Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1958 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 14, 1958
Page 12
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 00 YEARS OCCASIONAL HM ' LMniMif•Look I AIR CONDITIONE PLMTIO COVERED EASY-TO-OLEAN •A* • < JOT •• PiiHorn Rockor A Fttll-SUe Rocker with Heavily up- J holitered arm, and/ deep-down comfort Spflai Seat. Trim- NoMon BflM w wv« TMi Sde duly! HOLLYWOOD I Rich-Looking But* ton • Tufted Head- 'board, Innersprlng Mattress and Box Sprlna. No Money Down Handieme modern plaitte• covered chairs with button-tufted baeki and heavily padded teati for deep.down comfort . , . tapered legs with gleam, ing brats ferrule* and famous plui-built construction. .• THIS SALE ONLY! HURRY IN AMI SAVE! W. bare o«**rtd tofotfttr;** OOftl AND BNDS fr** Ott WOraftOttM Oftd MCh AM tt«ff *»f«*mtllt 111 •« Moral ofMl FYWM YHMt $o>M(W':.Hia? Ifci-lawSli-Ofa,- ' ' Yoa'B ftijl HONHT.TO.JOWNMS IvMNlT l~MMwiff 9' NAMolav 1 - IHvNiWIlo''' -vV ' yoar tkart '.& Savfami... NO MONIY WWN .., DOWN: TAK| MONTHS AND MONTHS TO FAY. TERMS NO MONEY DOWN This Sato Only! RECLINER CHAIR WITH VIBRATOR True comfort at an amazing low price) Choice of Colors, . . . Plastic trim.' No Money Down Thli SsJc Onlyl 40" Ovtrltoad SINK CABINET AH iteel Cabinet designed for use over the sink. A real Space-Saver) . . . Hurry, only a few left! No Money Dowai , Se4t Only! DAY-R-NITER LOMNQE ltd. 39.95. Use u • Loume by day j and o*e •• a at 'night Covered , With luxurious' fab-' CTCSi TMt Sate Only! 5-PC. DINETTE \Vrought Iron, design for 1 modern living. Table has mar-resistant top . . . 4 iturdy Chairs. No Money Down Thh Sate Only! DUO DIVAN ' W Mt Only! UNOLEUM RUGS Fashioned to give a world of service. A handsome lounge by day ... 2 beds at night Iteg. 7.88... Com* In and save on these bargains, limited quantity. No Mcney Down No Money Down This Sate. Only! 20-Inch Adlu.UbU WINPOW FAN Gives cool steady breeze In 2 speeds, high or low. Sensational Va I H e. GUARANTEED 6 YEARS. 10-PC. MAPLE YOUTH GROUP COMPLETE This Sate Only! Famous Brandt BABY CRIB Reg. $36.50. A real value. In Juvenile Furniture... Sturdily constructed for long-lasting use. No Money Down AXMINSTER RUG With FREE PAD Safe Only! 9-PIECE SECTIONAL OUTFIT 1238 Valut. 3-Pc. Sectionals, Cocktail Table, .2 Step- Tables, ' 2 Lamps and Lounge Chair. Mo Money Down Ret. 79.96 Value. 9 x 12 Rugs in assorted patterns. Plus: Free Rug I Pad. No Money Down This Sate Only! Full-Slza GAS RANGE with OVEN CONTROL You don't set many • chances like tht*'^ to save on a full- size Range . One of the Biggest] Bargains of the yearl 00 No Money Down NO MONEY DOWN FIRST PAYMENT IN OCTOBER Two Colonial stylo Bunk Bods with Wostorn Wagon Whool doslgn... Guard-Rail and Ladder... 2 Sturdy Springs ... Matching Dosk and Largo 4 Drawer Chest... Plus 2 PlUows. • Thh Sate Orty! 9-Pc. LIVIHQ ROOM With Innersprlng Mattress, Cocktail Table, 2 Step- Tables, 2 Lamps, and 2 Decorator •Pillows. Mo Money Dowa . Sate O*fy! SWIVEL CHAIRS Reg. $29.95. Covered with, heavy Me- talllc Tweed.' Sturdily constructed with • easy swivel base. WHILE TH^Y LAST1 . . . 'UM- No Money Down SPECIAL PLANK TOP| HARIWOOD CHESTS Rog. $21.95 NoMwwy Dew* Pashionod to serve 4 ways. At • Comfortable Daytime Lounge ... Full Bed, Twin Beds or •« • Extra sturdy eonstruetioh' from telee't hardwoods. Lorejor SlM, $19.71 \Vestinghouse SENSATIONAL NEW ... MOBILAIRE Cools 4 or S Rooms at a Time! 95 NO MONEY POWN Mlghtlftt Brosit Maktr of Thorn All I WESTIMHOUSE BIG TWIN WINDOW FAN Delivers more for iti weight and list then *ny compereble *ppli«nct now Ion the market! 6,000 Cu, Ft, Per Minute oepecity— changei «lr in • 4. or 5 room houie in One Minute! Quit t, e«ty to intt*ll in «ny it«ndird window I Only , , c+m r>dO IVIOIMILY OOVi/kNI IASY TERMSI GUARANTEED 6 YEARS SAVE NOW! it D»yUme—qutcU, l»rie«t roouu. rftitei and lowers. EASY TERMS + RollHtround— glides from roem te room i( Powerful 4000 OMF! AlMnJeftor vtncs move up to 40% more »lr. draftlew eoeUnf tkreii|hout Nlfhttiine-^rttpidly exiwutts hot stole, inside Mr.., 4r»ws in cool, Iresn, ouMdo air. il Eccuiomic»l-«(Mt« only pttnnies • d»y to ^i»fe, ftttrsettve chrmw griUe front wid hwb. FAMILY-SIZE REFRIGERATOR YOU'D EXPECT TO PAY $299.9* Savt Will Our Ltw Met and Hifk Tradts! * BIG lO.i FAMILY-SIZE SPECIAL LOW PRICE ^SIde.O»eiilng 4Mb. Pratur *MI.WWrli 17-Lb, CMIter. Frtoitr ir N«r DMD Poor Shtlvt* -A- Butttf'Bin witk torv- IH dlili * 17.7 $q. Ft. of Sbetf Area ir New Soft T«ucN*QMii Poor LatcM TT SMHififw HM« Sryllng. MAKE YOUR FIRST PAYMENT IN OCTOBER! High Trade-In Allowance SAVE ON THE FAMOUS ol iB ^(Jr OP T& ^OB^'OWP ' "VAQR Sfttlii Uw Prift ^f IJ3J9 NrThh V D-OIATIM Here ff, your ehince of • life, timt for in wttt*nding veiue on • fimeuf wringer wifhtr by NORSE. T«kt advinttgf of thii iptel«l LOW PRICE «nd our Hlf H, TRAOi-IN ALLOW. ANCiS, NO MONEY DOWN ALTON, ILLINOIS -- 300 East Broadway BROS Dov/riiovv-n, Si Lou'\, Cot run of LUv^nih f.nui Mopkwooo, Mi-.-.oui I, /SUV iVjuruJK-sK-i cii EAST S'l LOUIS. Ill COLLINSVILLL" MONDAY, JULY 14,198i ^^^^^^^^^^—^—^^^^^^^^^•^•^•J—IJ^PJOJIOJU Cancer Drive. At Brighton Nett $188 * • • BRIGHTON - -Mrs. fetal* t)r»»«*§it, chairman, Mooned ywt's (8Mc«p hind drtv« fli thi Brighton t* „ .^^— m , Wth, thi'drive *ftiNi Mrs. Cuy NorthcUtt, Mrs, Victor Sdiro*l*r, Mn. William tfruse, Mrs. jfcck Dill«y, Mrs, Owffe UMeteak Mrs, tftoar* Belt. Mis* lAdellm \ Bauer. Mrs. Ed Num. I bet-fa 1 , Itn. Alfred Watton, Mr*. Stuart, Mr*. Menry Bok. MM, \ Alvfn Schroedef, Mm, tfhllltog, Mf s. Hubert Ms*, CAnon Obcflander, | Mrs. Hftrrfr J, Jones, Miss Jut- llqulta Wood*, and Mnt. SamCard- Ilkiai. \ Emttions ftemtioit „ BRIGHTON - A family retm. f Ion was held 1 Sunday at the Bar- Hold Emmonr, fawn northwest of Brighton: Sdven' members of the family were present. Harry jlEmmons of Winchester was the lloldest member 1 present. Those from Brighton attending IIwere Mr. and Mrs. Harold Em- llmons and family and Mr. and UMTS. Albert Emtaons and family. OE8 To manor. Member* BRIGHTON — The monthly I meeting of the Brighton Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Hall, At this time the pro-tern .officers will be hon- llored. New Correspondent BRIGHTON — Mrs. George IlLeighty will be reporting the news for the Brighton area at of July 15 when Mrs. Sam Card* inal retires. Mrs. Leighty's tele, {[phone, number is FRontier 2-3232. Birth AmwnicesMBt BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mr s. I) Harvey Schroeder, Rt, 1 Bright, lion, are parents of a son born Thursday at Alton Memorial Hospital weighing eight pounds Hand one ounce. The Schroeders have * little |[girl, Nancy, 5% years old. CM Stolen BRIGHTON -r Mr. and Mrs. |Harold Eddington of Rt 2 had their car stolen Wednesday eve. lining from the parking lot of Ow- II ens-Illinois GJass Co. while they llwere at work. Brighton Troop At Scout Camp BRIGHTON — Scout Troop 39 4s 'attending summer camp at amp Warren Levis from Sun|day to Saturday, July 19. Scoutmaster James Hughes will be with the boys until Wednesday. ]| His family is also attending the flthnee days with the Troop. As. llsistant Scoutmaster Dean Lee will take over the Troop on Wednesday and remain until Friday. I Mr. Hughes will then return to | take charge of breaking camp ||on Saturday. Scouts attending are Val Mey. |er, Jterry Woods, Larry Stewart, j Bobby Lambert, 'David Williamson, "Berry Bates, Gary Phillips, Danny Schmidt, Bobby Ziegen* beta, David Orban, Bryce Frank. Illin, Vincent Goss and Wayne llWatson. Transportation to camp was , llfurnished by Alfred Watson, Dean Lee, James Hughes, Everett Phillips, Merle Schmidt, and || Morris Ziegenbein. 4.H Chibe Meet BRIGHTON-The Brighton and llShipman 4-H Clubs held a joint meeting last week at the home of || Bernard Reed. John Scott gave a demonstra- |tion on "new methods of artificial I Respiration." Patty Michael talked ||on "sou for flower beds." Entertainment was presented by II Joe Reed, T<*n Conner*, Barbara Well, SheriU Rogers and Walter PockUngtbn; ' ~. v r Sunday the Club en joyed a pie. llnic aj the Shjpman Community I' The next meetini; will be at the JThomas Jones home. Following [the meeting in July the clubs will tow the various members hornet to inspect club projects. Attending OonvMtioii BRIGHTON-Mrs. Lloyd Well it in Morrison, Colo., attending a Farmers Union Conference at the I Rocks Park. Mrs. Well and it, Alma Curran of Bradford, 111., represent Illinois Farmers Un. ion at this conference. Committee to Meet BRIGHTON ~ Cubmaster Sam Cardinal announces « meeting of ttw Cub Scout Executive Commit* (tee will be held at hip home Wed nesday evening at 8 o'clock. HrigbttMi Notoe BRIGHTON - P/t. Paul Hughes recently returned to du« ty at Cleveland, Ohio, after com. pietirtg his training at Fort Leon. art Wood, Mo., and a visit hero with his brother and family, Mr, and Mrs. John BUbruck, and hit mother, Mrs, Marie Hughes. Mrs, Andrew Lepock and ion, Andy, James Morse an<} Joseph BJtner all of Falrmount, W, Va., [arrived for a visit here with Mr. and Mm, Jack Rice and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blqdget, Alto: Miss Anne Blodget, Nan Btodget, and Mf. end Mrs. Sam Cai'dlnal visited Sunday in Hay* numd, 111., with their cousin, Min» [Alice Kerr. They were Joined by |Mrs. PV» Merrill am) ion, Frani , . idhQuae, and Paul Blodgti lot Spj'lnifleld. A picnic ' tajoyed at noon. TeJfl«r»ph Wwit

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