Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1956 · Page 25
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 18, 1956
Page 25
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 195ft t Uncle Dick Slock—The Jolly Irishman GIVES YOU YOUR CHOICE OF Ladies' Beautiful 7-Pc. WRIST WATCH SET OR MAN'S 8-PC. WRIST WATCH SET AS ADVERTISED IN LIFE! WITH ANY PURCHASE OF S 50 OR MORE Where No Other Gift li Given I-OR 8-PIECE MAN'S WRIST WATCH SET PPPIT WITH ANY PURCHASE OF $50 OR MORE • " fcfc WHERE NO OTHER GIFT IS GIVEN. ON ANY FURNITURE OR APPLIANCES! JUST LOOK WHAT IT INCLUDES! • WINDSOR PRINCESS WATCH Swiss Mode! Non-Magnetic • FLEXIBLE MATCHING BAND! _ • MATCHING RHINESTONE-SET * .< . V EARRINGS As Pictured • GORGEOUS MATCHING BROOCH SET WITH 5 GLITTERING RHINESTONES 0 DELICATE GOLD NECKLACE • In Beautiful Velvet Covered Gift Box * Pit J * | S * THE 2-DOOR THAT'S DIFFERENT! Westinghouse FROST FREE FREEZER REFRIGERATOR COMBINATION TRADE-IN on YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR ALMOST 12Cu.Ft. REG. %M QA95 PRICE 4O«7 $ 120 • • ••••ea«iBB» •«••• HIMhll FULL $120 M Brand-New A COUPLE OF SMOOTHERS. Employes of Hellrung Construction Co., bend over the job of smoothing an upstairs hall floor at East Alton-Wood River Community High School, where a revamping project is entering its final phase. Eleven classrooms are involved in a long range refurbishing and redecorating plan which started upon completion of a new industrial education building in 1950, when shop classes were taken out of the original high school structure.—Staff Photo. Fosterbnrg Fosterburg Notes FOSTERBURG — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin and two children have returned from a two week's vacation trip to New York City and other points of interest in the East. Capt. and Mrs. Dan Donahue of El Paso, Tex., visited with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Daley Sibley, Monday and Tuesday. They were here to attend the golden wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sibley, ofKamps- ville Sunday. A group of 15 young people and adults from the Baptist Ihurch here attended the Cardnal game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis Monday evening. Those who drove were Bobby McCaul- Carrollton Business Houses Close for Greene County Fair y, Marion Paul and Bill Golike. s Twin Juice Fountain Is Optional Equipment 369 IS ALL YOU PAY • No Defrosting to do in the 73-Lb. Freezer! • No Defrosting to do in Hit Refrigerator! • 2 Vegetable Humidrawers! • 4 Egg Keepers! Roll-Ouf Shelves! • Fruit and Butter Keeper! • 18-Lb. Meat Keeper! BEFORE PRICED SO LOW! MAYTAG WRINGER WASIIEI HOW Mil • MAYTAG GYRAFOAM ACTION So Easy on Clothes • GENTLE MAYTAG WRINGER 80-lb. Automatic Tension • BIG ROUND TUB Makes it Easy to do the Week's Wash Faster Automatic Water Temperature Control Aure. Operation, Completely Heiible Gyrofoom Washing Action Scientific Idancing Top Loading MAYTAG AUTOMATIC WASHER SAVE SIM Reg. $279.95 $17095 179 •nd Washer • Double Tub Construction • Saves Water REMEMBER FOLKS-IN ADDITION TO THIS MVWJiS-YOU PAY N0 INTEREST SR Fl. NANCE CHARGES FOR LONG EASY TIME PAYMENTfr-THAT'S ANOTHER BIG SAVING YOU PAY NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES CARROLLTON — Offices in th Greene County Court House art closed Thursday afternoon in 01 der that the officials and employ es might attend the 101st Greene County Fair. The Carrollton Bank and the Greene County National Bank wil dose both Thursday afternoon with most of the stores around th' square closing Thursday after noon with the exception of Hill'. Beauty Shop and Gift Shop which closed Monday evening and wil not reopen until Saturday morn ing. FANS! % Floor Fans and Oscillating Types CONDITIONERS HALF-TON SIZE *149" $199.95 Value 3/4-TON SIZE S24M5 Vol. '179 95 OPEN HON. & FRI. NIOHT 'TIL 9! % The first night horse racing pro gram Tuesday evening in the his tory of the Greene County Agri cultural Fair drew a record crowd There will be a racing program beginning at 8 p.m. both Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Miss Illinois will crown Miss Greene County at the Beauty Contest Friday evening which will be preceded by the annual 4-H club style show and dress revue. The program Saturday evening will feature a square dance contest in which several teams have already entered. The lair will close Sunday with two performances of the Grand Ole Opera, one at 2 p.m. and the other at 8 p.m. There will be a western horse show Thursday at 1 p.m. before the grandstand with the annual livestock parade of purple and blue ribbon winners at 7 p.m. Thursday evening. At 1 p.m. Friday will be the horse pulling and tractor pulling contest before the grandstand. Construction Worker Hurt At Carrollton CARROLLTON — Roy Slovenski, 35, of Gary Ind., is a patient in Boyd Memorial Hospital in this city as the result of injuries received Monday afternoon while working on the construction of a Butler building for the Cypress Land Farms located east of the GM&O depot in this city. Slovenski fractured his collar bone and burned his hands when the cable which he was guiding in the placing of a steel beam struck the highline. The shock threw Slovenski from the platform on which he was standing thereby saving his life although his collarbone was fractured when he fell on the concrete floor below. The new building which is being constructed by the Cypress Land Farms formerly known as Valley Farms will house 100,000 bushels of grain when completed. Workers on the construction of the building are employed by Rex Hallock of Bishop Springs Farms who is the Butler building dealer. D " ECZEMA itch Ltnotin-iich Rcsinol Ointment—fast relief for itchy, (marline irritation of dry eczema, ivy poison, chafing, simple rash . . . lanolin oils and softens dry •kin, as Resinol medications soothe. Get Kcsinol (or, long-lasting comfort. Medora MEDORA.—Marvin Breig of Wood River, was a weekend guest of Robert Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rhodes visited in Petersburg Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Mary Rhodes. The Rev. and Mrs. Cletus Lev erett and family of Cornetts ville, Ky., arrived Monday ti visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert Golike. Mrs. Nancy Wood and daugh ter, Lillian, and Mrs. Henr> Fricker and son, Billy, visited relatives in Virden and Lowder Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wiegand of Alton, and granddaughter Ada Jean Wiegand of Highland visited Monday with Mrs. James Ryan. Mrs. Charlotte Kemper anc Mrs. Agnes Chism visited in Alton Sunday. Mrs. Kemper was a guest of Mrs. Ada Tietsort at St. Anthony's Infirmary, and Mrs. Chism of her niece, Mrs Arthur Arntz. En route home they stopped at Godfrey and visited Mrs. Rebecca Hudspeth Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Robinson visited her mother, Mrs. C. J Lowe, at St. Joseph's Hospital Alton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Franfc Schnelton and family of Carrollton, and Norbert Gehlhausen of Alton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor. Mrs. William Morgan visited at the home of her nephew, Kermit Angel in Godfrey, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wess Pursey and family of Carlinville called at the Dale Smith home Saturday to see Mrs. Pauline Farmer, who is here from California. Mr. and Mrs. Colonel Healey and family were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. George Medford in Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. June Briggs of St. Louis, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Challacombe. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bowker and son of Carrollton, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pruitt and son, Doug, were Sunday guests in the Truman Bowker home. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Shields and son visited her mother, Mrs. Emma Fleischer and sister, Mrs. Rudy Aldridge, Sunday. Miss Lana .Greer returned home Sunday to Modesto after a week's visit here with relatives. Eva, six-year-old daughter of Vtr. and Mrs. George Holliday, suffered an injury to her right eg, when she was run into by a playmate on a bicycle. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Totten and family, and Mrs. Clara timber of Alton, visited Sunday vith Mrs. Mary Lutz and Miss Bertha Short. 49'er Ag Club of Shipman Stages Annual Project Tour SHIPMAN — Members of th 49'er Agriculture 4-H Club stag ed their annual project tou Sunday following a picnic dinne at East Side Park. Projects visited were at th homes of Robert Thomae, A! berta and Spencer Michael, A' vin Michael, Holland Roomer Patty and Dick Alward, Keitl Main, Tommy Connors, Barban Scott, John Holland Scott, Ag nes and Fred Robinson, Larrj Eyers and Robert Morrison. Truman Pocklington, leader arranged the tour for the 3 members. Attend Progress Day SHIPMAN — The Sunbeam 4 H Club went to Carlinville 1 attend the annual "Progres Day" at Carlinville High Schoo Monday. The following members receiv ed blue ribbons: Dianne ant Jean Kahl Marsha Kay Halli day, Patty Alward and Albertc Edna, Ursla and Patty Michael A red ribbon was awarded tc Joan Roemer. White ribbon win ncrs were: Alice Ann and Caro Burrauda Short* ROANOKE, Va. fl>-Sam Long s a shoe shine and a haircut icher. Bill Littrell, operator of barber shop at neai-by Salem, iet the retired railroad em- >loye he wouldn't visit the shop wearing his Bermuda shorts. "Bet you a free shine and aircut you won't," Littrell told Long. Long took ^im up on the bet. Jttrell lost. FOR LOU! LOW EASY TIME PAYMENTS Money in one day just a phone call away Call HFC when you need a loan for any good reason. You can borrow 920 to $500 in one day ... take up to 24 months to repay. And you borrow with confidence because HFC ia America's only consumer finance company backed by 78 years experience. OUSEHOLD FINANCE Sue Breitwiser, Sandra Kahl Marie Mills, Mary Hopper, Bet ty Gregory, Bette Mills, Brands and Linda Price and Ruth Ann Travers. The leaders, Mrs. Marshal Halliday, Mrs. Lester Alwar and Mrs. Allen Kahl acccompan ied the girls. Rainbow Initiation SHIPMAN — Ruth Ann Trav ers and Cara Stevens were in itiated into the Order of th Rainbow for Girls at Medors Monday evening. Dianne Kahl and Carol Sue and Alice Ann Breitwiser served as officers Mrs. Allen Kahl and Mrs. Ottc Meyers also attended Entertains Guests SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs W. S. Matlack entertained a dinner Sunday in honor of the! son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R D. Matlack of Cleveland, Ohio Other guests were: Mr. anc Mrs. Vale Christopher of Rose wood Heights; Mr. and Mrs Gordon McAllister of Havana Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matlacl and daughters of St. Louis; Mr and Mrs. Donald Hunt and son of Amboy; Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Purdy of East Alton; Mr and Mrs. Marvin Malack and daughters of Godfrey; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Matlack and daugh ters of Brighton and Mr. and Mrs C. O. Matlack and Janice. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs Leon Buttry of Chicago are spend ing their vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Winson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Win son of Moro were Sunday guests in the Winson home. Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Hunt Jr and daughter of Amboy arrived Saturday for a visit with relatives. Prairiettown PRAIRIETOWN — Mr. and Mrs, Lydle Bernhardt entertained a number of guests Saturday afternoon in observance of their daughter, Mary Ann's eighth birthday anniversary. Present were: Nadine Buesser, Judy Weishaupt, Mary Jane Gusewelle, Tommy Guscwell, Keith Eden, Gladys Seivers, Lois Horstman, Bob Isenberg, Judy and Joan Bemhardt, James and Ann Heine, Mrs. Ed Koreger, Mrs. Clifford Heine, Mrs. Elmer Isenberg of St. Louis, Mrs. Elwood Bernhardt, Mrs. Harry Eilert and Mrs. Edwa/d Ursprung. Larry Heflin returned home last weekend after spending several days with his cousin, Elton Brah- ane at Worden. Pvt. Kenneth Dustman returned to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., Sunday after spending a leave with his mother, Mrs. Mary Dustman and relatives. James Meyer returned home Sunday from Big Spring, Texas, where he took a month's training in ROTC. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swan and granddaughter of Wood River spent Sunday here with friends. Two Sailors Killed As Car Hits Tree WAUKEGAN, 111. UR-Two Great Lakes Naval Training Center sailors were killed Tuesday night when the car they were riding in careened off Rt. 41 into a tree. Dead were Otto Carver, 20, of 2716 S, 7th St. St. Louis, and Bobby McMillin, 27, Grays Lake, the iriver. Police said the sailors' car >rushed the fender of another au- omobile while attempting to pass he other vehicle. The sailors' car werved off the highway, striking a tree. Occupants of the other car vere uninjured. Quick Relief from Pile Irritation 40 years ago a Buffalo drug- ist created an ointment to relieve itching and smarting of piles. It brought such quick, cooling, soothing, astringent re- 'ief that its fame spread across he land making Peterson's Oint- nont a favorite In thousands of lomes. Ask your druggist today 'or 50c box or 75c applicator tube. Peterson's Ointment de- ights or money back. Illinois Bids For Local Air Freight Service OMAHA. — Illinois was one of 11 Midwest states that made bids for local passenger and freight flight's Tuesday at a Civil Aero nautics Board hearing. Raymond L. Terrell, representing the Illinois Department of Aeronautics, said Illinois feels it riW has satisfactory local air service. However, he said Illinois joined the proceedings because of the effect air service needs of neighboring states might have on cities along the Illinois northern perimeter. States that have little or no local air service and applied are Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska, Missouri, Wyoming, Kansas, and Colorado. Nebraska and South Da- Icntn hnvn no fgedcr airlines, A single feeder line spans Iowa. Ozark, Central, North Central and Frontier Airlines have applied lo serve portions of the 11 states. The Omaha hearing is primarily for local communities. Another hem-ing is scheduled in Washington for Sept. 18 for airlines, Brussels BRUSSELS — Seventeen members of the Woman's Club attended the "Seven Wonders of the World," at the Ambassador thea- ater in St. Louis Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Robeen, who hai been ill the past week, was moved by ambulance Monday evening to the Jersey Community Hospital. Her condition is reported as serious. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mossman entertained at a lawn party at their home Sunday in honor of Mrs. Mossman's birthday. A chicken dinner was served at noon. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Held and children, Bobbie, Sharon and Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Devine and daughters, Janice and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elder, Mrs. Mary Mossman, Miss Carol Kellennan of Hardin; Gary Hagen, Miss Emily Moening of Meppen, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mossman and children, Duane, Elaine and Gregory. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily get ihte in ev&ygiant box • Goodwill Offer I Get to. Hay's most modern blue detergent-the only one with a Can. nqn Dish Towel inside! New Blue Detergent Silver Dust washes clothes whiter, brighter than new-even in hardest water. No bluing needed —it's • wonderful ^//-/>«r^ e detergent! Speeds dishwashing! 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