Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 9, 1956 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 19:>G ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN t 1 Year's Lowest Prices . . Year's Best Values! Now in Progress VALUE 9-lb. Capacity Automatic KENMORE WASHER V ONLY $5 DOWN Yes,, it costs so little to make wash days workless days!, You save while you wash with Kenmore, too. 3 temperature selection helps cut down on hot water, Duralita agitator is gentle -with clothes. KENMORE WRINGER WASHERS 9 Ib. Capacity Deluxe : KENMORE ,, VISI-MATIC . 3 In. Wringer Rolls $ 129 i Only $5 Down > !;;; Tr«lr 4»luxr. • Chronir draln- tmtrda and trim. Double willed tub keep*, wntfr hot loruir. 2ft wringer slop positions. Safoty Wringtr, Agitator Action KENMORE WASHER Regularly $79.95 '59 Only $5 Down P.rcehtlnliei tub . . . alumin- Iici tafetr wrtnter. Dnrallte i .fiUtor. Scare f.m.ai hlfh SAVE $21.95 30-INCH GAS RANGE Thermostat controlled "'25-inch even Extra Large Broiler Regularly Sells for ft09.95 Ideal for small homat, apartments $5. DOWN All the Essentials of a full six* range pjus 25-inch Oven! Regularly $169.95 KENMORE WASHER III WN AUTOMATICALLY WASHES! AUTOMATICALLY RINSES! AUTOMATICALLY SPIN DRIES! End washday work and worry now at thi lowost prioo ovor on this Konmoro. Boos fulf family load with magical oasoi handsomo; now styling. SEARS SERVICES WHAT IT SELLS No matter where you live if your Kenmore appliances should need attention Sears experts are as near as your phone. Rates are low, original factory parts, always. PHONE 5-5511 Regularly $129.95 KENMORE DRYER III 1 a WN * AUTOMATIC DOOR SHUT-OFF * A COMPACT 24-INCHE5 WIDE * DOOR ACTS AS CLOTHES SHELF Drios bitttr than thi sun, savts untold hours of noodloss labor. Andr this Konmoro can ho yours now at this unbotlovablo low prioo. Com* in! COLDSPOT 8.3 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR would b« $169.9 5 If in our regular stock ONLY $S DOWN We've dashed ttie price ,«"> thin appliance beauty! Cold-to-floor degitn uuves kitchen *pM«. Full width freeter holds up to 36 Ibti. 3 door shelve)* for "front - row" Btorafe. Adjustable shelf for flexibility. Coldspot 13.6 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR Sova$50.«5. Rf9utariy $cKs fw $329.9$ ONLY $10 DOWN Sub-zero weparately insulated freecer hold* 70 lbs.2 Automatic defrontinf refrigerator! Dairy-Mart for butter, cheese! Meat Drawer! Full width Handi- Bln crisperi Flu* many more features. Net 11.8 cu. ft. $ SAVE UP TO ! CLEARANCE AIR CONDITIONERS 169 3/4 H.P. Coldspot Regular 199.95 95 ONLY $5 DOWN Mounts flush with window, circulates, dohumldlflos and filters air, too. Easy to Install. Rtt. 239.9S I H.P. DELUXE AIR CONDITIONER 219* Only $10 Down U H.P. DELUXE Ml CONDITIONER 299' 5 Ml- tlf.tl Regular 319.95 Coldspot Custom 1 H.P. AIR CONDITIONER $ 269 9S ONLY $10 DOWN Corwanfent I petition control U lightad! 2 spaadit power-cool, quiet-cool. Circulatai, dthumldifiai, filtan. OtJy SlODowH 279.95 CUSTOM i H.P. 249.95,359.95 CUSTOM If H.P. 319.9S 21-ln. All Channel UHF-VHF Silvertone Console TV ONLY $10 DOWN $ 239 Kemper Baptist Class Plans On Painting Church MEDORA — Mrs. Henry Roberts nnd Mrs. Martin Roberts were hostesses to the Sunshine class of the Kemper Baptist Church Tuesday evening at the Kemper Hall. During the business meeting discussions were completed in regard to painting the church on the outside, and volunteer work will begin on the job Friday morning. The class is planning >a baked chicken supper, the date to be announced later. The class also decided to use a Bible study course as part of its meeting programs. A special musical selection was a duet by the Rev. Robert CalliSon and the Rev. Harry Potter. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Guests present were Rev. and Mrs. Robert Callison and family, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Elliott and son, David, Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs. Edgar Overby and daughters, Mrs. Martin Roberts and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. Harry Potter and son, and Mrs. Monroe Elliott. Mrs. Overby assisted Mrs. Martin Roberts in serving refreshments as Mi's. Henry Roberts wai unable to be present. ' Dale Illl.vard Honored on Birthday MEDORA — Dale Hilyard was honored with an ice cream supper Tuesday evening in observance of his birthday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Don Leach and son, Chesterfield; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Quarton and familji and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Quarton and son, Palmyra; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hazelwood, Girard; Misses Geneva Quarton, Clara McAfee, Lucille Quarton and Laura Yard, James Frankford and Carl Yard, Carlinville; Mr. and Mrs. Ardetn Hilyard and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hilyard and .family, Home Bureau Picnic MEDORA—The Medofa Home _ Bureau had its annual picnic, I in the form of -an icecream party, Tuesday evening at the home _ of Mr. and Mrs..Ed Tonsor, with their families as guests. Leaves for California Home MEDORA—Mrs. Pauline Farmer, who has been a guest of Mrs. E. T. Rhodes and other relatives since the latter part of June, has left for her home in las Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Rhodes and daughter, Mrs. Dale Smith, took her as far as St. Louis. " While here,.Mrs. Farmer, accompanied by Mrs. Rhodes, went to Pittsburgh, Pa;, to attend; the wedding of Mrs. Fanner's son, Staff Sgt. Franklin Conty, stationed at Scott Field Airbase, and Miss Lorrainne Stahle, daughter^ of Mr. and Mrs. William Stahle, which took place in the Lutheran Church in Pittsburgh. The bride's sister, Mrs. Marilyn Sheets, was matron of honor at the wedding. A reception followed in the church parlors. Serves as Worthy Matron MEDORA—Mrs. Dale Smith and Mrs. E. T. Rhodes attended Tuesday evening at Friends Night of the Brighton Eastern Star Chapter. Mrs. Smith filled the office of worthy matron. Hospital News MEDORA—Edward Powell returned Tuesday from DePaul Hospital, St. Louis, where he has been a patient for the past two weeks. Kenneth Downs underwent surgery Tuesday in Carlinville Area Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Downs of Medora are his parents. ' Medora Notes MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and family were guests at a birthday dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vorzi, Gillespie, Mrs. Smith being the honored guest. The Kemper Home Bureau hus set its annual picnic for Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ryder. Families of the members will be guests. Mr. and Mrs. George Sanders were guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. George Evanko, East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor have as guests this week their daughter, Sister Mary Leona, and her friend, Sister Mary Margaret, who belong to the Dominican Order. Another daughter, Mrs. Frank Schnelton and family, of Carrollton are also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Taylor and son of White Hall were guests Tuesday evening. Mrs. Sadie Maska is at -the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ken r neth Downs, Bunker Hill, while her son-in-law is in the Carlinville Area Hospital. Mrts. Mary White and her guests, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Lovin and son, of Phoenix, Ariz., spent Thursday at Murquetto Pack. Mre. Ed Cimlin went to Cur- hnviUe Tuesday to help care lor her father, Lee Schuai, until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Wuy- rnan have moved to Jcrseyville. Tommy Smith is visiting in Alton with his aunt, Mrs. Luverno Farrist. Mecca, th« Arabian city, is in the narket lur air conditioner*. 261 oq. In. of bright, crisp plcturo. High gain cascodo tunor for bos! frlngo aroa rocoptlon. Now up-front tuning with tiKod top to tlimlnatt stooping, bonding, poorlng. Illumlnatod oasyte-soo channol Indicator. 309 NASA, ALTON. PHONE 5-5511. STORE HOURS: MM. % Frl. I to I Daily I to S I •INDLER'S HAS IT! AYTKN'flOM »OWI.»H«: t*» c»* IINDUI DIFT. STOII, u§fw AKM Wt filvt nut »•*«•*• C»(U u»«« MOM'*

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