Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 16, 1956 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 16,1956 Finn! Trtaty The last treaty negotiated between the United States and an Indian tribe to be ratified by the Senate was made with the Nez Perce tribe in August of 1868. NOW! ANYONE CAN NAVE NOT WATER QUICK! MW reciter size PWmietC WATER (RATED COSTS IMS THAN *3.O» Merely place a portable FAST - WAY Water Heater In a receptacle containing water. Plug in nearest socket . . . get HOT WATER QUiCKI Thousands Use for bathing, scrubbing, washing, cleaning cream separators, milK cans, palls, etc. Heats «mall nuantttles very fast. The speed of heating large quantities depending , on t1»e quantity. Compares with gus. No fires to build—no hot water to carry—no running up and down stairs. NO dirt, no muss, no top heavy fuel b«l». Handy! Inexpensive! Read directions before using, follow. Now costs lem than S3 00 For sale by— JOE BRANI»T HARDWARE 718 E. Broadway Alton—-5-5213 At Bethalto Bant Officers of Legion County Council Seated Wednesday Shell Assigns A. J. Martin To New York BETHALTO— Charles Noun- aber, Bethalto, and Miss Irene Merski. Madison, were installed as commander and president. respectively, of the Madison- Bond County Council of Ameri can Legion Posts and Auxiliaries in ceremonies at the Bethalto Barn Wednesday night- Other Legion officers installed were:: Raymond Herren, Alton, vice commander; Bert Harris, Granite City, sergeant-ararms: .lames R. Davis, Alton, adjutant: .Toe Bergrath, Madison, finance officer; and Ed Wise, Troy, chaplain. Downtown Alton BoUTs Quality Men's Wear Wilshir* East Alton OFF ON FALL SUITS AND TOPCOATS f EXTRA 5$ OFF IF YOU BUY TWO 3 Ways to BUY NOW and SAVE • CASH • CHARGE • LAY-AWAY Norman Biebel. Belleville, was installing officer. Other Auxiliary officers installed were: Mrs. Violet. Neunaber, Bfthalto. first vice president; Mrs. Edna Brnnscomb, Granite City, second vice presi- denl; Mrs. Jackie Leatherman. Venice, secretary; Mrs. Mary Ellen Jackson, Alton, treasurer; Mrs. Mary Feutz, Highland, chaplain; Mrs. Josephine O'Neil, Edwadrsville, historian: and Mrs. Zelma Hart. Venice, installing sergeant at arms. Mrs. Velora Northway, Wood River and past president of the 5th Division, was installing officer. Following the installations, refreshments were served and a band played for dancing. Class Entertained —BETHAL-TOr— Thirty-six persons attended a potluck supper outing of the Bethalto Methodist Church Roundtable Class at Rock Spring Park in Alton Tuesday evening. Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. William Coatney and Mr. and Mrs. James Gresham. Greene 4-H Livestock Judging Teams Appointed CARROLLTON. — The selection of the Grrenr County 4-H nub judging trams from records made at a district livestock judging contest held .lime 19 in Greene County wore announced Wednesday in the Greene County Farm Bureau' office. Members of the dairy judging loam are Marvin Ballard, James Pharos, Car- olyn Spencer, Darrell Shafer, Gene Ostormann and David Carter. Members of the Livestock judging team which includes the judging of beef cattle, swine and sheep are Connie Jo Kosler, Dix-e Alexander, Carl Da^vdy, Marilyn Dawdy, TCmrnett, Bennett and Roger Carter. The teams will compete at the state 4-H Club judging contest, Aug. 27, at the University of Illinois. Prior to the state meeting the two teams will have a practice session. Tribble Will Probated CARROLLTON. — The will of the late Milton Tribble was admitted to probate and ordered recorded Aug. 14. The will was executed May 12, 1956, and witnessed by G. K. Hutchens and Henrietta Willis. In accordance with the provisions of the will Ethel Flamm was appointed guardian of the estate of the minor children of the deceased and WHS also appointed executor of tho psfflte giving bond in the sum of $2,000. | The car belonging to 1he tesfntor was left to Kihel Flamm. All of the rest of the properly, real or personal, was left to the throe sons of the testator, Gary Tribble. Stanley Tribble and Ronald Tribhle and to Ethel Flamm. The Order of the Purple Heart, medal for U.S. Servicemen wounded in action, was established Aug. 7, 1782. Forest, fires burned 307,000 acres in California in 1955. $4 million worth of physical prop. evty was destroyed. BINDLER'S HAS IT! Bitimer Dcpt. Store Upper Alton Tomato Tree The tomato tree is found in Latin America. It is a woody shrub, often approaching the size of a tree 12 to 18 feet high and two to four inches in diameter. Its subacid fruit is similar in flavor.to the tomato. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" LAST CHANCE!... ACT NOW!: VALUABLE COUPON! Worth $1.97 CLIP NOW! $3.95 TERRY CLOTH UTILITY SEAT COVERS For All Modol Cars. In AmrUd Solid Colors While Thty Lost. Special Clearance! 1955 Plastic Covers $19 —• ' _-"•-'- *mm *v smr^* Y*»**tll...l\ fin§>!&*«• AM, fi*M»l* M* Uaim«l •" ^B $1095 f •MAS (Not Installed) Subject to Stock on Hand CLEAR PLASTIC SEAT COVERS $1495 B__ M* mm <DI... Tut.ll.>«t«n\ NTtW <YVf .V • *f Stef. ISMS (Plus Installation) NOW ONLY FREE HUNTING LICENSE GIVEN WITH EVERY GUN PURCHASE! See Our Complete Display of Guns and Our Full Line of Ammunition. FRI., SAT., SUN. AUG. 17. 18. If ALTON STORE ONLY! Open Ivory Sunday 'Til Noon! 329 STATE ST. Shop Friday and Monday 'Til 9 P.M. A. J. Martin, No. 4 Shell Ter., Roxana, for Hie past two years assistant chief engineer-technical services at Shell Oil Co.'s Wood River refinery, will be transferred to the company's New York office Sept. 1, according to an announcement today by refinery Manager H. D. Dale. Martin will assume the duties of assistant manager-wage and salary division, personnel and industrial relations department. Martin joined Shell in September, 1945, as a junior engineer at Wood River refinery. In 1947, he was promoted to assistant master mechanic. Two years later, he was transferred to industrial engineering, and in 1950 was assigned as planning engineer. Martin also served as a project engineer on the refinery's expansion program, in the early 50's, and on 1 this assignment worked several months in New York. In January, 1952, Martin was promoted to master mechanic, and subsequently to assistant chief engineer-Tech services in March, 1954. Martin is a native of Washington, HI. He was graduated from Purdue University in 1945 with a B.S. in mechanical engineering. While a student at Purdue, Martin played varsity baseball for three years. He is married to the former Miss Betty James of Washington, and has one son, Jay, 3. A member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Martin also belongs to the Shell Club and Service Club at the refinery. WAIT! IS THAT A WAR CRY OR A HUNGER CRY! A course of training for fathers of young children is being offered by the Matron of the Mothers' Hospital in Durban, South Africa. It is a three months' course including lectures and slides on the process of childbirth, handling of babies and even how to change nappies and how to lift and cuddle a baby. Recognition of the various baby cries is taught: The "hunger cry," the ''wet napkin cry," the "pick-me-up-cry," the "bluff cry" and the "war cry" are all identified and discussed, LINOLEU CONTEST LINOLEUM MONTH! •CONOMY LINOLEUM AND RUO CO. toko* this opportunity to an* •Mine* its Linoleum Contest. In avr experience we have run across all kinds of Linoleum and Tile manufactured and used In this area. So we are interested In locating *• OLDEST LINOLEUM around town ... So we will five away Fill, at no charge to the winners, the following each week during the month of August. 1. New Inlaid Linoleum for Kitchen 2. Rubber Tile for lathroom Noor 3. Wall Linoleum for lathroom 4. 9x12 Armstrong or Goldseal Rug Winners Will Bt Announced Each Week f ' On Thursday 1. 2. 3. 4. Til 4. WINNERS MRS. GEORGE CRAWFORD 2212 Central, Alton SOPHII GRUSE 8001 Central, Alton MRS. HAROLD AGLES KM. No, !i, Bunker Hill, III. AGNES C. HYNDMAN K.K. No. 8, Godfrey, 111. MRS. W. REIS 18| All>j, Alton III. All Eutrle* Are Still For Trlze* All Month Me§ |j or mail • piece of linoleum (makes no differ* OM» wtjttfcM Hit, lUeitum print or Inlaid— just as long i» It •) HM.IUH) approximately 4 techos by 6 Inches, aad addreu attached. No purchase wIM became property of Economy RULES: •*• year ECONOMY LINOLEUM & Rug Co. VMf DIAL a-8411 BEST BUY IN YEARS- FLOOR COVERINGS WALL LINOLEUM SPECIALISTS IN TILES • Plastic • Vinyl • Rubber • All Top Brands • Asphalt • Cork • Inlaid • Asbestos • Armstrong • Gold Stale Ken. Rubber • Goodyear e Pabco • Florentine • lird • I. F. Goodrich • Metal Trim. PHONE ALTON 2-9411 And Our Estimator Will Call on Von. • No Obligation • Free Ettimatet RUBBER TILE O Carload Shipment • Just Arrived • 9x9 e '/•" Gauge Thick e 22 4 flft Decorator Colors e Mill Run e No Limit • Easy to install. Reg. 33e 19 Genuine Beauty Bonded Certified FORMICA 82 PLASTIC WALL TILE Nat'l. Adv. Brands e Top Grade e Made from Styron e 4'/«4'/4 e 28 Colors e Free Instructions • Sic Value BROADLOOM CARPETING FKKK ESTIMATES $•• AA for NO OBLIGATION Ax Low An Mo, INLAID LINOLEUM TILE Carload Shipment Just Arrived • Mill Run • 9x9 • Standard Gauge • No Limit 9 Exotic Colors 8 FOR Open Friday Till »—Saturday Till 5. ECONOMY LINOLEUM & Rug Co. 550 K. BUOAUWAV W«'ve Corralled Th« ilg^it Sovingt Of The) Y««rl UIAL 2-8411 0N4.Y DOWN Puts On a Pair of High Quality ALLSTATE COMPANIONS Fu ,,lS-MonthNa«on^e Guarantee! SALE PRICED AS LOW AS 4.70x15 Plus Tax And Your Old Tire EACH 7.10x15 ""7.60x15 Regular No trade-In Price hJPlusJajlL 14.95 "16.95 Tradc-lnfrie* iDownfayment _ Wui IT* 1 * Each, PltM Tax TMT '13:48" '15.88 ~17.88~ Pairs* .PAYMENT FLAN "N \ CUSHION TUIE-TYPE IL AC K WALLS SIZE 0.70x15 7.1Uxl9 7.80x15 8.00x15 KeguUr No. Trade-In Price till li, i'luk Tax 22^45 "24.95 ^27.25 29.95 Tr»tle-In Piue, Hni'J 15.81 ir.88 19.88 21.88 i Down Payment l'»lr» CUSHION TU8ELESS RLACKWALLS S1KJC 6.70x15 7.10x15 7.UOxl5 KeituUr No. i 'i'rude-la TmilK-Iii 1'ilie I 1'ricv, K»ch Knob, I'lu, Tux I fluv T»* Ilowu ftymtni 25.75 "28.15" 30.95" 17.88 "19.88" i 8-Month Sirviot OuinilH ALLSTATE CUSHIONS 15.88 17.88 Tube-Type It.70xl5 ewoii, i*luv And Vour Old Tire. SIMILAR LOW PRICES ON CUSHION WHITEWALLS IN TUBE.TYPE AND TUBELESS TIRES MMwfolt' Tubelesi • Long-wearing X-4I° Cold • Bonded Rayon Cord reiiiti h**t e Sure-footed fraction grip tr»«d • Teit proven quality, performance ALTON HOI K«t Man,, irrt,, | te i Other l>»ys • te *

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