Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1958 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 10, 1958
Page 11
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UVSJNWQ" TELESftAPH BIEDEKIflANS BIG SAVINGS FOR OUTDOOR LIVING BIG6-FT. "POOL * WASKfS Q8 8 " Dawn .t They'll spend hours of fun safe at home in f his heavy vinyl pool! Clamp-on seat INSTANT FINOIlVrrP THROTTLE CONTROL! •»•» 24" BOWL MOTORIZtD BAR-B-Q GRILL WAS 29.95 COMPLETE WITH SPIT, MOTOR, ELEVATOR GRILL SMOKE HOOD 16" Hand Lawn Mowir ConvMifent Stand-Up tvOCOII 5HlrWr» Down all-steel blades! Cut- height adjusts: Cycle, 3 H.P. Clinton Engine 22" Rotary Power Mower Compin with Mowers Sillinc for $89 or Mori ONLY$1 DOWN 39.95 ELDORA " yfW<f^BOiitHiiimriFiiri'*' ! "»»^' PATIO GROUP • . \ 4-position Chaise Lounge which also folds flat for , \ *••'.-..•'. \' • - - ! .' ' sunbathing ond 2 Folding Choiri hove polished aluminum frames and saran, webbing seats o' bucks! Also included ore 2 Folding Metoj Tables! 59 88 $49.95 Super. 12-Play GYM SET Fun for tots to teens right in their own backyard! Basketball hoop, net and backboard, 8' galvanized curved slide, 2 swings, trapeze, gym rings, 2-play glide ond more! __«_ DOWN OPEN FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS ___•_*. Take Months and Months To Pay No-clog housing ejects grass cuttings. Offset wheels prevent slipping. Fast leaf mul- cher. Unbreakable steel deck! Tubular steel handles. Cut height adjusts I" to 21'-'! Biedermans brings you value beyond'compare in this heavy- duty Rotary Power Mower. Positively, every big feature! Call 2-9271 or Mail Coupon • BIEDERMAN'S, I Broadway & Piasa, Alton, Illinois Quantity Item "Price (.95 Aluminum Chair Saron seat and back in plaid! Folds flat for storage. Limit 2! Name Address • Phone • City •• -.-• State , Employer ' How Long? | rj C.O.D. O Check Q AlM to Ac0>t * Q Reopen Acc't. Q New Acc't. • Deluxe Hardwick Gas Built-lR 8RIDDLE « Wortc-Top Cmr! This Aluminum Griddle With handy work-top cover to match is large enough for a big family, breakfast — tty it and just taste that delicious grilled difference.! fully insulated oven; Slide-out, drop- front broiler with removable pan; double deck storage. A deluxe 36" range for, so little! YOU DONT PAY wHfcMrfREE "FMily SMirity ifmiif: ; r ipwp •. . • i' • " , Don't pay while you «r» ill or injvredl } Don't p«y whil» yo« «i 1«id off wprk NO MONEY DOWN ! fill If c«ncelled in Cf*• of N6HOUSE Table TV •nplPHW nixtd pichiff tube fw tru* brlllionce; and ihorp edgt ^ during fluetuQtionf in line ilim-lint cabinet Jl WpwW^iw^F mum BHOADWAY 1 PI US It Defrost Refrigerator MAGNETIC SAFETY DOOR! Removable Aluminum Shelves! You'll love the many conveniences of this dependable G-E refrigerator! The magnetic door seals cold in, heat out! Safe for children, too, it can ,be pushed open from the inside! Full-width Freezer; deep, full-width Chiller drawer; time-saving dial-defrost; 8.1 cu. ft. Removable Aluminum wfth the handy door shelves! shelves and lots of extra G.E. Electric $ Automatic Washer NO MONEY POWN Regularly S199.9S • i>Zoiw agitator washing action! 'Fully automatic control.! • Savt up to 30*gal. vrattr each cycle. Set the dial for , all washing uttd*! WCTtlHas Picnic Near Medora MEDORA - the wcfu a picnic wpper Tuesday at the home of Mr. «nd Mrs, ard Metcalfe, east of M* dora. Mrs. L. fc. Wilton, who hs» a birthday this month, was honored. Blue Cross Drive MEDORA — A special Blue Cross and Blue Seal. enrollment drive, sponsored by Macoupin County MIA, Is being held from July 7-28. Anyone wishing to enroll may see Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Frueh of Medora or Mr ..and Mrs.ftalph Waggoner of Riasa. There will also be a booth, con« cerning the drive at the Macoup* In'County Fair at CarllnviUe. Ag 4 M Meeting: MEDORA - The Kemper 4-H Ag Club met Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson. Plans were made for taking the members' projects to the Jersey County Fair this week. The members also ordered tickets for the baseball gam» at the Bush Stadium, St. Louis. Members received their new personalized 4-H signs. Roger Wilson and David Kuebrich gave a demonstration on "Trhctor Safety". BillRuylegave a talk on "Filling Out a Project Book" and Roger Wilson talked on "Requirements for Tractor Maintenance Project." The next meeting will be July 28 at the Lawrence Hunn home. Mrs. T. B. Ruyle Jr., and Sonny and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were guests. 1 Class Eftrty MEDORA—Mrs. Francis Coleman entertained her primary class of the Baptist Churcli Tuesday evening at her home with a wiener roast, at 6 p.m., after which the boys and girls played ball. Medora Baptist Class Has Picnic MEDORA— The Willing -Workers Class of the Baptist Church had a picnic supper Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Jo« Bahr in Jerseyville. Following the supper a business meeting with election of officers ' were held. Mrs. Paul Gorham was elected, president; Mrs. A. T. Wilton, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Hope Chism, •ecording secretary and treasurer- Mrs. Elsie McCrellis, reporter; Mrs. Truman Bowker and VIrs. George Barnes, flowers. The class voted to have their meetings quarterly instead of, monthly. The next meeting will be in October. Kemper Makers to Meet MEDORA- The Kemper Makers 4-H Club will meet Friday at 2 p.m. with Janice and Rosemary Maple at Kemper. Mcftora Notes MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones and grandson* Chuck Jones, and Harry Walden of Terre Haute, Ind., were guests Tuesday evening of their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Walden. Mr. and Mrs. James 'Selkirk and Mrs. Lester Morris visited Sunday with then- cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John Ersery at Gi- Kenneth Aldridge, Brighton, is rard ,-. spending the week with his cous- n, Topper Shields. Dr. and Mrs. F. J, Hunt returned home Monday evening from a visit with Mr, and Mrs. Robert Tilley. at Rock Ipland. Ronnie Cunningham returned lome Tuesday evening f r o m Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, hav- ng learned an operation was not necessary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert** Tucker and Mrs. Joseph Lillis, East St. Louis, visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ewin. Medora Notes MEDORA - Mrs. Anna Carr, Mrs. Gilbert Hart and daughter, Linda, Wess Moore, Mrs. Alice Powell, Mrs. Sadie Maska, Mrs. Charles Roberts. Mrs. Edith Rhoads. Mrs. A. T. Wilton, attended the funeral of Mrs. Laura Mohr, mother of Mrs. Carr, at Jerseyville Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clint.on Wedding and daughter, Sharon, have had the following relatives as guests; Mi and Mrs. Charles Wedding and daughter, Seattle, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Crain and family, South Bend, Jnd.; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wade, Gillespje; Mr. and Mrs. James Wedding, Godfrey; Mr. and Mrs, C. E, Wedding, Jerseyville. Mrs. J. M. Peebles received i letter this week from Mrs. Jennie Weinstein of Chicago," telling of 'the serious illness of her brother, William Gruhn, who is a pa* ient at Mines Hospital, Mines, 111. He is a son of the late Mr, and Mrs. Simon Gruhn of Medora. $24f WtitinghouM Strfjm Liner AIR-CONDITIONER! $ JULY JUBILEE PRICE . . . / / /<• AO S No tide venti. 16" thin, 19" low. Fitf onywhere; infidfi outiide, or through the woll. Adjuitoblft. Ko-droft cooling. Operote* on houwhold current. 6,600 BTU'l. O tlGHT, HU BIT OFF HER NQSK During a tight iu a Portuguese village, a woman has lost her lose, Lisbon reports. It was • 'ight between a woman, Rita No jueifa, and a man, Manuel Cavalheiro and people trying to stop ihe battle held Cavalheko's »rm», making him an easy target tot Rita's tury. When he found that be could not use his arms tor Ml 4ft fenso he decided to use kill -and bit o|l Rita » nw. In contusion which loUowed lowed U CttVHiiwite H> 4 •# ffiA

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