Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1958 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 9, 1958
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PAGE SIX ALTON EV®ima TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, 9, 1958 WEDNESDAY, , 1958 ALTON EVENlNiQ TELEGRAPH PACK 300 Children In Greene Swim Class CARROU/TON — Morr than children in Gi-rrnp County PIT rn follrd in the Red Cross swimming classes "which BIT hoing rondurtei this month at Nichols Park in .lack Fonville. Attending during the prriod ol July 7 through July 18 are 89 children from Carrollfon, Eldrrd end Mt. Gilead vicinities and 73 from Rockbridge and Greenfield. Tlip trip to Jacksonville is made each day in a school bus which leaves Carrollton at 7:30 a.m. and returns shortly after noon. Two mothers accompany the group daily. Seventy-three children from the Roodhouse Patterson area and 73 'from White Hall are scheduled toj begin their classes July 21 andi will also continue for a period of two weeks. Birthday Party CARROLLTON — Charles Dau.m \vas guest of honor at \ birthda party given Monday evening at h home. Others in the group wer Mr. and Mrs. JjCenneth Sturgeo and sons of NTaperville, Mr. an Mrs. Franc» Kuhnltne,and son o Greenfield, Mrs. Chris Daum an Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daunt and fam Uy, Carrollton. Honored at Shower CARROLLTON *— Mrs. Georg Dai-r was honored at a showe given Saturday evening at th home of Mrs. Donald Evans. A sisting hostesses were Mrs. Harr Stine, Mrs. G. W. Darr of Carrol ton and Mrs. Jerry Staten of God frey. Sixteen guests were prcsen Attend Anniversary Party CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mr William Thiebaud of Belle Glade Fla. who are 'Visiting relative here went to White Hall Satarda evening where they attended th 20th anniversary party of the 193 graduating class of the White Hal High School of which Thiebau was a member. Thiebaud receive a prize for having come the grea est distance to attend the party. ' Xursing Home Association . CARROLLTQN-, Dr. Garm Nor bury of Jacksonville will discuss "Psychiatrics and The Aged"" a the quarterly meeting of the Wes Central District of the Illinois A sodation of Nursing Homes Thurs day at Dunlap Hotel in Jackson ville. Mrs. Robert Arbuckle Greenfield will attend as the delegate at large. Mr. and Mrs. Ro> Osborn of Carrollton will also at tend. Eldrod ELDRED — Mr. and Mrs. Ver nice Varble and Mr. and Mrs Richard Varble and daughter, Kar en, spent the weekend at Lyon as guests o| Mr. and Mrs. Ralp) Varble. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray visitei Sunday in Greenfield with their mothers, 'Mrs. Emma Bishop and Mrs. Louise Brandgeberg. Miss Nancy Ruyle, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ruyle, left Sunday for a weeks' visit with her aunt, Mrs. 'Lou Rhodes of Ochopee, Fla. Sunday guests at the' home of Mrs. Cecil Bechdoldt were: Mr. and Mi's. Lloyd Ussery and son, Jerry of Jerseyville, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Gus Bechdoldt of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Al Taylor and children of Griggsville visited Saturday with Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irl Davidson. Sunday guests in the Davidson home were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Pierson of St. Louis, -Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Relic and children of Granite City spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Relie were observing their 15th wedding anniversary and Mrs. Waters her; birthday. Miss Alice Logan spent (ho weekend in Springfield as the guest of Miss Jan Rice. Richard Logan of St. I^ouis spent the week-, end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.! Roy Logan. Mr. and Mrs. LyndelJ Smith and daughter, Lynn of Carrollton, were Sunday evening dinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Otis Whitaker. Mrs. Helen McGlasson and her grandchildren, Patty and Mara Carmody of Elgin, and. Sue Me Classen vjsited with Mrs. Artie Howard of Glasgow Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schroeder and her mother, Mrs. Gale Crider, all of Indianapolis, Ind., spent the weekend at the home of Schroeder's parents, Mr. and Mr*. Wilbur Schroeder. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Camerer were: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stendeback mid family of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hansen of Jcrsfiyville. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen also visited at the Edward Camc-rer homo. Fungi Help Tree tirowtb WASHINGTON I Science Service) — The mushrooms growing around the base of a tree are p'rob- hbly helping it grow better. There ar« two kinds of mycorrhizae—for- mations of fungi and roots—that aid tree, growth: those that pew (rate root cells and increase the amounj of nutrients the tree gfis irom the soil; and those that penetrate .the root cells themselves and arc used by the tree at> food. U. -S. Department of Agriculture scientist* Edward Hacskaylo. and J. a. Palmer are currently studying ways of nioc'uUling &oiU with fungi to help tree growth in infer tile SALE CARPETING! Y AND FRIDAY'TIL 9 Cimfertablt Tab Styli Rattan Chair Rta, S.fl Attractively styled for home, lawn or patio. Firmly woven rattan peel, IlKhtweifht, small ulr.o tub chnlr. ROEBUCK AND CO STOREWIDE SAVINGS ON TIMELY NEEDS FOR YOUR HOME AND FAMILY PLAN FOR EVERY NATION-WIDE SERVICE Should you ever need It, expert service Is promptly available through any Stars Store, Catalog Salts Office or Mall Order. PHONE 5-5511 NYLON FORTIFIED TWEED 90% carpet rayon for resiliency, richness 10% nylon added for otttra durability Tweed effect in beautiful Harmony Haute colors PtatHcised latex backing; tufted pile; 9, 12*ft. widths HARMONY HOUSE MATTRESS or BOX SPRINI Sq. Yd. Reg. 9.95 Sq. Yd. SAVE I 9 . 6 IMPORTED WOOL SURFACE PILE Multi-level pile forms textured effect Tufts anchored in tightly woven back 3-piy yarns, give maximum, resilience In 9, 12, 15-ff. widths; color choice REGULARLY 44.95 Twin Size Fancy Print YOUR CHOICE TOO HOT..,CANT EAT...CANT SLEEP...GET • SAVE $21.95 NOW! WITH A MODERN AIR CONDITIONER 21.6 resilient coils in mattress or box spring Luxurious, comfortable "coil on coil" construction Rubber dipped steel coils; Searofoam pads Seasoned wood frame on box spring Sq. Yd. Price Slashed! Enamel Surface Wall Covering Combination! 30-ln. Fold-a-Bed and Cotton Pad Brand new! Now in 48-in. width • Heavyweight with felt backing! • Choice of Colors! Trim available Buy both ... Save 10%! During this event only. 18 Complete Black angle steel frame Folds compactly, rolls easily Handsome striped cotton pad Plump felted cotton padding $ 5 lays Up to $200 Worth of Furniture or Floor Covering on Sears Easy Pay Plan $<• «ft Down luys $200 or More 10 HARMONY HOUSE 2-SEAT GLIDER Regularly 16.95 Only 14 Sturdy all steel constructed 2 passenger glider will give years of outdoor pleas* \ ure, roller bearings on moving parts. New Low Price! Revolutionary Style Kenmore Vacuum Cleaner A 54.95 Value $44 Everything you wont in a modern cleaner! Powerful suction gets all the dirt, brightens rugs. Big disposable paper dust bags. Stands on end in tight areas. Stores under a bed. Fully guaranteed by Sears. 1 HP, 115 VOLT 'THIN" MODEL DOWN $7 Month on Sears Easy. Payment Plan M*led refrigeration system Special! Bunk Bed Outfit With Innerspring Mattress Ladder and Guard Rail *79 Save! Cafe and Tiir Assortnunt Usually sold at $!.»!! • Easy care ruffled nylon tiers • All are 36-inches long • Print or plain cotton cafes • A host of gay, popular colors Valances . . . usually Me 98 PR. Stc Give High Gloss Finish to Floors with Kenmore Polisher e Polishes end Scrubs e Rubber bumpers protect walls 34 Twin revolving brushes swirl new beauty into your floor's finish. Lightweight and so easy to handle. Com- iplere with 2 scrubbing and 2 polishing brushes, 2 (polishing pads. It's fully guaranteed by Sears, Save on Printed Slip Cover and Drapery Fabrics Reg. 1.9$ yd. Yd. Thrifty women will snap these up fast! Say floral, scenic and modern designs of cotton or cotton and rayon satin-back fabrics. 4$ to 4f.jn, widths. Hurry in for these! fg^^BBBfl^^^^^^^^^^^^Bnt^^^^&HBt^^Bti^^i^BB^^BtHBtBB^^^BBt^^^H^^SS^^SSSSm r SALE Sturdily constructed hardwood bunk bed with popular ruddy maple finish. 39-in. wide, 55-in. total height, REG. $4.95 TV TABLE Only Ic With Purchase of Any Table Model TV SET This Sale . . . . . . Only $158 Provides AH Essential Benefits j Cools, circulates, filters and dehumidifies the air in your home. Simple one-dial control; easy to operate. Fiberglass filter easily replaced when necessary. Mounts flush inside; no objectionable outside overhang. Easy to install. THRIFT DAYS SPECIAL KENMORE AUTOMATIC WASHER Washes, rinses, spindrifts — all automatically e) r*areelain«enamel washbasket • e-vane plastic agitator won't rust or chip! • Large family-site capacity $32.95 Off! Kenmon Eltctrio Dryir Reg. 9129.95 • Completely Automatic.' • 8-lb. Capacity • Safety Switch • Load-a-Door $0 DOWN Save $22.95! Kenmore Quality Wringer Washer $• Reg. $99.95! $ .95 97 For This Event only $5 Down e Aluminiied safety wringer e Family site porcelain enamel tub • White baked-on enamel finish Coldspot Portable Air Conditioner ., 139.95 H the size, '/j the weight; install in 3 pityutes. Big y, h.p. capacity. 360- uesree draft-free .air control, 21-INCH TABLE MODEL TV SET S 118 f) Automatic frequency control • Sturdy, compact metal cabinet f) Conveniently located controls f) Makes an ideal second set Ovir.AII Di«|en*li 261 Sq,In, Viiwibli Aria. $10 DOWN $10 DOWN utAt>*t&M Low Priced Coldspot Refrigerator with Automatic Defrost! *-- • * 15 Cu. Ft. Coldspot Freezer Stores 525 Lbs. of Food Gallon HOMART GAS WATER HEATER Regular $89.95 $69 $5 Down • Approved by the A.G.A. « • Thick fiber glass insulation • Has automatic thermostat • High efficiency burner Budget-Priced 54-in. Steel Cabinet Sink Reg. 14.95 i Down 59 Porcelain enamel sink has single bowl and double dratnboard. faucet and strainer. Spacious cabinet area. s HP All-Purpose Pump Reg. $84.95 • $7 Down $ 69 Homart jet type pump is adaptable to shallow or deep wells. High quality Homart engineering. Sale Coldspot Dehumidifier Compare at 349.fl • Confroli on front • Lock and tyt koys 238 SPECIAL RECORDS Formerly 8flc ea.f All brand new I Get 10 for only Ic with the purchase of any phonograph during Thrift Days. 0*1 Portable AHtomtic Phonograph $ Only AM You QK 1 fir inly 10 • 4 speeds! Completely automatic t Luggage style carrying cait • Synthetic sapphire needle • Variable tone control t 4-mch speaker; brown. Riwnoves up to 3 sal. of water from Wr in 24 Jiours. Porcelain enameled pan »nd hose connections. wettrs. Four Defrosts automotically, even disposes of the water. 12,9 cu. ft. gross capacity with 54*lb. freezer chest. Aluminum shelves. Twin crispers bold 'almost o bush* el. Complete door storage with dairy chest. * A really fine freezer at o modest price.-Gleaming white enamel finish, inside and out, with cheerful yellow lid liner. Has safety and interior lights, fast* freezing comportment and two storage baskets. 30-ln. Kenmore Gas Range Compare at 129.95 30-ln. Eleetric Range Compare at 179.95 Only $5 Down • ftouquet ilce «5-ln, oven • Glide out broiler fW» reliable burners t Porcelain enameled Only $5 Down • Infrarod Micro tube top unlU are fa»t Stop "Drumiit" •• «m lh« "Dr.»mba!h" You Waul . , . Now! Art Sw $27 during SHMMW Thrift Days BATH ENSEMBLE f World'* broiling In broiler t Porcelain enamel fiulth . it eaully cleaned t Ml the (.ft. •cM.refittwt tub • Vifrieiii chine lavatory it acid proof • Alto •citj'preef vitremif china toilet Utually told at $110! Moderniw now . , , while prices are low! Here's quality at a low price. .Sears can arrange and finance installation, Trim available at Sears every day low 'prices! LESS TRIM Only $9 Down ALTON PHONE 5-5511 Cited by State Police Chief JKRSEYVILLE - Second place award for outstanding police work during the year 1957 has been won by a trooper of District 11, Rutger Pctprs Jr. of Batchtovvn. Trooper Peters received announcement of the award from William M. Morris, superintendent of the department, In the following letter: Dear Trooper Peters: Congratulations on your selection by the Sate Police Benevolent Group Board, as the second place winner for outstanding police work for the year 1957. Your fine performance reflects credit on the Illinois State Police and to yourself. I wish to commend you, and wish you future success during your career. Very truly yours, William M. Morris, Superintendent Mr. and Mrs. Peters went to Springfield Tuesday evening where they attended the award dinner. Lawder Family Visits Here JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Horner Lawder and daughter, Peggy, of Champaign, who have been guests for several days of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Hormell at their summer home inChautauqua.left Tuesday for Chester to visit with relatives of Mrs. Lawder's husband, the late Dr. Lawder, *n route to their home. Mrs. Lawder's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller and son of Auroa, who were also weekend guests of the Hor- mells, have returned to their home. The Lawder family formerly resided in Jerseyville where Dr. Lawder was a practicing physician. Greenfield GREENFIELD — James Stout, who has been stationed in the CaiTibbean area with the Coast Guard, is spending 30 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stout, and will report for assignment in the Pacific area in Alameda, Calif., July 25. Mrs. Stout's sister, Mrs. Howard Miller and sons, Lynn and Roy, of Salinas. Calif., spent last week here and Sunday guests in the Stout home were: Mr., and Mrs. Joe Stout and son. Bruce, of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Varone and family of Richmond Heights, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Swain have returned to their home in Sherman, Tex., after a visit in the J. Russell Shields home. Swain spent several days last week in the Frisco Railway Hospital in St. Louis. Guests in the Shields home during the, holiday weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shields and Rhonda Sue of Wood River; Mr. and Mrs. Don Luketich and Craig, Stan, and Claire Ann, Alton; and Mr. and Mrs. John Ficker and son, John, Staunton. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wagon- feldt, formerly of this vicinity, who have resided in Tucson, Ariz., the past year, are visiting relatives in Alton and friends in Greenfield. Mn and Mrs. Wagon- feldt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burroughs, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cook had dinner Saturday night at McCauley's in Kampsville. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Vermillion" and her mother, Mrs. Ida Matthews, of Houston, Tex., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burroughs Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Burroughs entertained her aunt, Mrs. Alta Johnson, and Gale Johnson, of Springfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bowman at a picnic supper Thursday night at Woodbine Country Club. Miss Peggy Arbuckle, Chicago, and Miss Phyllis Arbuckle, a student at Washington University, who is taking special X-ray training at Barnes Hospital during tho summer: and David Cowling and sister, Miss. Jane Cowling, of Grayville were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arbuckle during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herten- steiner of West Bend, Wis., have been visiting in the home of her brother, Ciller Strang and family. Medora Medora Notaa MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Mayes and Lee Meredith returned home Sunday from Minneapolis, Minn., where they spent several days visiting Ronnie j Mayes, who is attending Gale [Trade School. ! W. D. Gilworth. returned home by plane Monday from San Francisco, Calif., where he had been visiting al the home of his brother, Leo Gilworth. Mrs. Gilworth, who was with him, is returning home by train this week. C. F. Wayman of the U.S. Navy, wife and son, Bill, left Tuesday morning for their home at Wickford, R.I., after a Nklay visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Wayman, and her mother, Mrs. Mary Lutz. Mr. and Mrs. Cooler Good and family left Tuesday afternoon for their home at Milwaukee, Wig., •ifter a visit with her mother, Mrs. Nancy Wood. Billy Friuker accompanied *hem as fur af Bloomington and is visiting his aunt, Miss Vella Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Carney and Steri Niurti mm*mm—mm*—~m*J daughters. O^eoU. HI,, vlxiti*) u • » i « i . Sunday with Mrs. James Ryan, Midi i Frl. 9 tt I , "Ohio's Legislature crested th* Otltr Diyi 9 tl 9i state's first Department of Hifih- jwayg ui 1904. I

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