Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1956 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 195« WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Doll Show Set Thursday At Jersey Porks JERSEYVJI.LE - The .Ter- cpyville Playground? "ill sponsor' a doll show at 1:30 p. m. Thursday. A (nrt-e numbrr participated in the prt show hold Friday and winnrrs in thn various division!^ wore: David ftnd Brllndn Walters, smallest and most colorful pel in the show, R killer, decked with ribbons and reposed in a decorated rape. .Tartie Gorman's cocker spaniel had the longest ears and longest tongue in the show. Carol Kania's Scotty dog had the longest hair and shortest legs. Shirlev Kania's Siamese eats were the most unusual and had the longest tails and Annotta Boner's duck had the shortest hair and was the tallest pet. Returns are still being receiver! at the playground? from the balloon distance contest. Recent returns were fr«n Nsnmr.a, Greenville, Mt. Oliv?. 51. Kim a. Carlinvill?, PonneHwn. Reno and Schobonier, balloon released by Ar.sN-;)! Allen and rteunwd i~".i Diet rich last week still Kvis ".he record for travelling *te 'irthrsr. j Swimming lessons bec.trs Monday at tlie playgroumis «-;-,:-, 59 enrolled for this work. O. A. W vV- *on is instructor, assisted by Diane Bethoux. Roberta Hefner, Patty Ford ami Cindy G'SeiL j Boy Hit By Automobile ; JERSEYVILLE — Bill Hack- \ (fi-. son of Atty. and Mrs- Wilber Hacker suifered minor tii-i juries Saturday evening when he ivas struck by an automobile on North State street. He was taken to the Jersey Community' Hospital vv h e r e exainirmtion showed he had a slight concussion and numerous bruises. 3 New Members Join Cub Scouts At Fosterburg FOSTERBURG. — The second pack meeting of Fosterburg Cub Scouts was held in the Torch dub grounds Tuesday evening. There were 45 CUPS and parents present Commissioner Edward Peltz of Alton led • discussion period. Three new members were received. A skit w»« presented by Den 1 whose den mother is Mrs. James Yeager. Bridal Shower FOSTERBURG.—Mrs. John R. Dooley, the former Misi Jacqueline Kolew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kolesa of Fosterburg, was. guest of honor at a bridal shower Friday evening given by Mrs. W. V. Roberson and: Mrs. John Ford at Westerner Lodge. About 40 relatives and friends attended. During the evening, games were played and prizes awarded to Miss Doris Peters, Mrs. Tony Allred, Mrs Edward Dooley, Miss Diana Dooley, Miss Marianne Dooley Mrs. Lillian Carter, Mrs. James Carter, Mrs. Joe Scheibel, Alice Roberson, and Mrs. Emma Paul Refreshments were served by Miss Marilyn Kolesa. Miss Es tella Strohmeier, and Mrs. Ed Stone. The bridegroom Is a son of Pa rrolman and Mrs. Raymond Dool ey of Alton. 'Arrest Man On Traffic Charge At Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL — John M Hoeltmann of Collinsville wa arrested by Police Officer C. E Best at 3:45 a. m. Tuesday morn ing and was charged with reck less driving, driving on sidewalk resisting arrest, and speeding in a restricted zone. Shortly before his arrest, Hoelt mann, driving a 1956 Oldsmobile, missed the curve at th> south edge of Bunker Hill anc overturned the car. He suffer ed minor bruises and abrasions The car was heavily damagec and was towed to the Lockyer garage. Hoeltmann will appear before Justice of the Peace, L. O Sclireier Wednesday afternoon Break-In at Garage BUNKER HILL — Thieves gained entry early Sunday morning to the Lockyer Ford Garage by breaking open the back door. The office door was also broken open and the combination of the safe was knocked off but they were unable to open the safe. According to Paul Lockyer nothing was taken by the thieves. Home From Hospital BUNKER HILL - Miss Peggy Wisch, daughter of Mr. and Mi*. Paul Wisch, was discharged from St. Joseph's Hospital Alton Tuesday, and returned to her home here. She. is making satisfactory progress. TRADE-IN ON THESE LOW, LOW PRICES, Save Even More! NO ACOOKD KKACHKU ON IRAQ-KUWAIT flFEUNt: After nearly « year oi negotia tion wHh Iran}, tite Kuwait Govern nient hM tilled to reacli a^i weitt to build a water pjix?linu lr*q to Kuwait. The uroposa tot a pipeline tram viio Shtttt Riv«r io Kuwait, or ostab kuttroeut of » pcui which would t>e *a oil terminal (ui- tiie l\'t«>kum Co. at Tmiu di«ilU- DAYS ONLY i*^ if* II! THURSDAY FRIDAY, SATURDAY 'Jfci AY You Can Shop Friday Night Until 9 - V ^•'X-K'f "\ \l ~ <$fe^ Better be plenty^ early for $2)91 nearly 8 cu fr v Famous Admiral Refrigerators! *<•* Big Bendix Automatic Washer at a wringer washer low price' Was $179.95 SAVE*51 on this Dual-Purpose Suite Regularly $139, NOW e • To prove we've included the Very Best in Homefurnishings in our Big Warehouse Sale, here's a beautiful modern Day 'n Nite 2-Piece Suite at an unbelievably low price! 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Merchandise has been pouring in by truck — train loads are sitting on railroad sid n 9 s — our B '9 Store is Jo«nmed from the floors to th« rafters with warehouse stock .WE'RE JUST LOADED! We must move merchandise and fast, so we've brought in every ovafable sales person, factory representative and manufacturer's agent to SERVE YOU quickly! PRICES HAVE BEEN BLASTED UNMERCIFULLY on Nationally-Advertised and List Price Items, Fair Trade Articles ... everything must go—NONE RESTRICTED, NOTHING HELD BACK! Some floor samples that are slightly soiled or marred included ... ALL MARKED DOWN FOR IMMEDIATE DISPOSAL! All Quantities Limited! All Subject To Prior Sole! No Mail or Phone Orders, Please! Hundreds of Appliance Bargains Like These! Many Below Cost! Room-Size Broadloom Rugs at Drastically Reduced Prices! $279.95 DtLiut RayHiton 21" T«ltvitien St). Full "Aristocrat" console, wood-hued, has all-channel tun«r! Now only $249.95 Gtntral Eltctric Refrigerator. 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Swivel- top canister top lets you clean all over without moving tank! With set of attachments! $19.95 Standard AC-DC Table Model Radio with big set performance and tone! Early shopper will snap-up this Warehouse Sale super-value! - $119.95 Chromcroft 7-Piece Chrome Dinette Set! Big mar-resistant plastic top Table, 5 Side Chairs and host's Arm Chair! Terrific Bargain! $129.95 DeLuxe King-She Chromcroft 8-Piece Dinette Set! Super-six* Table with 2 extension leaves, 6 formfitting Chairs, matching Stool! $22.95 Drop-Side Center Panel Crib with charming decal trim. Natural finish! Practical adjustable sturdy steel spring! Low Sale Priced! $17.95 Innerspring Crib Mattress with an attractive water repellent plastic cover! Chlorophyl treated, keeps mattress sanitary always! A real buy! $49.95 Large 43" Famous Lane Cedar Chest! Modern style in beautiful Seafoam finish! $250 moth guarantee policy included absolutely FREE! $7.95 Nationally Known Arvln All-Steel Folding Ironing Board! Well braced for a sturdy ironing surface! Durable enamel finish! Low Priced! $39.95 Traditional Fireside Chairs Your choice of styles, beautiful covers and smart new colors! A steal at this Low Warehouse Sale Price! $4.95 Full-Size Baby Chenille Bedspreads! Choose from 8 new decorator colors! Closely tufted with a deep pile! Get several. Low Sale Priced! $16.95 Deubl* Door All-Steel Wardrobe holds up to 25 garments hanging full-length! Measures 60" high, 22" wide and 18" deep! Finished in Walnut! $54.95 Genuine Red Cedar Wardrobe! Measures 62" high, 26" wide and 19" deep with double doors! Has « $200 moth insurance policy included FREE! $12.95 Full or Twin Size Coil Bedcprings! Sturdily constructed of rust-resistant fine tempered steel! A fabulous Warehouse Sale Low Price Special! $29.95 Trov Ler Portable Radio complete with batteries! Perfect to take along on vacation or on Sunday outings! Warehouse Sale Priced! ONLY $2 WEEK Bargains Hunter's big chance! $49 fine Englander Innerspring Floor bample 9x12 Axminster R u g s worth $59.95. Very 11 mi red number at a ^-"'$44.95 Englander Converta Lounge that makes a full- length bed, for $7 95 Viscose Nylon Broadloom in plain or plush pile. ^ ana I?' widi 4 ' 1 '" <v "" np lr " tegular! when Lucius Tarquiiiius Priscus," the fifth legendary king ot Rome, laid out the circus maximus. It featured chariot and equestrian, races, and horses have been a part of circuses ever since. Later, in modern Europe, small louring family circuses became common, but they were usually one-ring affairs. They popularized the talking clown. It remained for the United States to restore the circus to the colossal spectacle it had once been in ancient Rome. The vast size and mobility of the modern traveling drain is strictly an American invention, undisputed even by the Russians. Featuring hundreds of animals, scores of freaks, wild west shows, md dozens of acts, its great size made the wisecracking clown out- f-dnte. It led to the rise of the lantomimic clowns, exemplified oday by Emmett Kelly, whose ad hobo face made millions augh without quite knowing why. The extreme efficiency with vhich the'huge American circuses jould set up and bring down their ents, then travel hundreds of miles overnight and be ready lor a new show in another town the next afternoon is said to have inspired Prussian leaders in speed- ng up the mobility ot German armies. But this same gigantism is probably the real cause of the death of the big tent shows. Some circus fans say John Ringling North is to blame — that he strayed too far from the old- fashioned idea of the circus and made it too much like a musical extravaganza. Others say the spread of television is—the real reason, and there may be some truth in this, although there is a tendency now to blame television lor everything from heat waves to a fall in the stock market. But it is move likely that the real reason for the decline of "the big show" is that—it simply got too big in a crowded time, and became too costly to operate at a profit. North promises for next year a circus that will be an "almost completely mechanically e o n- trolled exhibition." This pronouncement has an air of mystery. Nobody knows for sure just what a push-button circus will be like. But it's safe to say that nobody can really kill the circus unless they kill its smell. There is no smell on earth quite like it, and so far they haven't found a way to put the circus smell on a television screen. 4-lPers Named To Represent Jersey at Fair JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey County 4-H Agricultural demonstration and public speaking contest was held Monday evening in the Farm Bureau basement with Ray Rendleman. Calhoun j County farm adviser, serving a-s judge. Jean and Robert Fulkerson of .lerseyville, represented Rangeline -i-H Club by giving a demonstration on the various types of feeders for beef cattle and they received an "A" rating. The Fulkersons and Rond« Geisler, from Dow Superiors 4- H Club, will represent Jersey County at the Stato Fair Aug. 17. Miss Goisler received an "A" ! rating on "How to Make an Ex' tension Cord". Frances Uavie of Jei-geyvllle compared a 4-HVrs life to a kaleidoscope to net w " A " rat * in)? and i he i-h;in<-<> to represent ; Jersey County in the public i spt-aUini; i-onirsl at the *tate fair An-.'. 11. ••\Vlmt Makes a Tractor Run" was shown by Henry Now>£ in a ili'iiionstruiiun, lit' I'epj'ttwnlwi lUngt'hnu 4-H Clul> also and ie- towed a "B" rating. i'urruu ot MnlU Child JKKS1-.-YV1LLK - Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wittman of Jerscy- ville ai-e announcing tho birth of a boy at 11:45 p. HI. Friday at the Jut sty Community Ho». i pital. Thin U the ninth child tht: rouph' ami he welched i seven pounds OIK? oum%•• Mm, ! rtagu Mi*.* Mary Ann Horn <4 \%i 1 it Ad* "Cl.H'K"

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