Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 30, 1956 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 30, 1956
Page 9
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE! General Franco, ruler of 1 A Spain, is a fisherman. He once ran took a 710-pound coast of Galieia. tuna off the much as 20 miles. Cattle insect pests can migrate as mut-h as as 2,000 Pound* Purchased " SPECIALS! Genuine TREADS RUBBER STAIR FLOOR MATS Colorful Enamel Coated COOK PAINTS Plenty Of Fish For AH At Betlialto3-DavHomecoining Mfdorn Cubs Entertained At Dranr Grrrr's Hitrs HrW at (larrnllion CARROLLTON. Funeral services Cor Pt'finr' Gn-fr. n former died | 1 Wiener Roast Carrollton resident, who MF.DORA -- The Cub SrOMt* • Saturday in Flint. Mich. enjoyed a wiener roast at the ; hf? , d Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the Carlinville "Y" Tuesday evening. ; Simpson Funeral Home uith the annual Bethaho Homecoming j Chief cook at the stand will : Families of the cubs were guests. | Rpv Robert pitsdi. pastor <>f :ljse A sllort meeting wns held foM - - ...... . lowing the wiener roast. Awards sonville, and her daughter. Mrs. ' . , , , . were presented bv Maurice \Vil- Lena Smith. Franklin, visited The l.uge amount of breaded ,' , . ' r , r> u' ' Timi-rim- urn, ti>,, r,,vmr.iv tic .j ______ -.._., _____ ,.,„_ _, ..._.. son Cubmaster. Ray Robinson, luesjdct.v vulli the loinifi s M.S- the Methodist Church, officiating:. Pallbearers were Ennis Tunnison. White Hall; Frank Sif-mer. Louis Pranter, Denne Clough Frank Wise and Frank Greer. Interment was in Carrollton City Cemetery. BETHALTO — There will be plenty of fish for all at the 102nd beginning for three days Saturday. One ton has been purchas- agreed to donate their equipment, Ringering said. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily FOOT ed according to A. J. Vancil and Bill Ringering. co-chairman ot the event's fish committee. No. cod presented a problem of stor- received a hoheat pin. necker- ler. Mrs. Eunice F -anke. The 2000 nmmiK of fish all T A', """' * CCOT ? in * VT"'< *icf and slide; Gerald Heven. a i ne 2.u(ui pounds 01 nsn, aii-cji. At present, plans call tor ... , „, ,, ., end \iin u i-!• i \ r. UMII.'/I'v •>,„, i,ii , i bobcat pin: Jerry Chandler, sil- (nti \viii d i i i\ r ivmi i u.i.v.wo pounds to be kept in free/- T-4-L for 3 1o 5 days. Watch the i»lfl tainted skin slough oft leaving healthy, hard.v skin. If not oleased with pow- erlul, instant-drying 1-4-U. youi 40c bact, at any crrug store. Today at Illinois Thrifty Drug. Co. DR. C. B. RAGLAND'S ALTON ANIMAL HOSPITAL Announces Their New Location in the MAPLETTE INN BUILDING GODFREY, ILLINOIS Rr. 111.*7 —Phone 2-442S Effective Sept. 4th Offlcfi Hours 9 A. M. fo 12. 2:30 to « P. 3W. Daily ... , , „ , .. , crs at the Leg on Park, site of . .. I the morning in time for the serving at noon. Sandwiches, for L'/i cents a; pound reserve at seiving. will br: sold at a giant'by restaurant, stand lo be operated jointly by! -The mnaldcr wil , be Bethalto Volunteer Fire> , , .. homecoming, and a .100 ValK'il'.S IK'Hl 1 - stored , , . . at the Quality Dairy Co. "i East and Amencar, Le-| A||oni , rom \ vherc shul ,, ps wm Post 214, sponsors of the j , )C mado , 0 )1)p g| . ounfls by truck. Proceeds from the stand will Department gion homecoming. They will be deep-fryed in a recently-constructed three-burner gas stove, where 100 sandwiches can be prepared at one time in the space of seven minutes. The stove was designed and constructed" by Fireman Charles "Bud" Schneneweis. Serving will be continuous through Monday night. ]n the event that one stove will not handle the job. the Rosewood Heights Fire Department has See New Zenith TV at From Ztnith Research Laboratories-37 year specialists in Radionics exclusively tht one and only thing new in TV enjoy the EXTRA PLEASURE of MCI COMMAND tuning Only on NEWI9S? OPERATES YOUR ZENITH TV FROM ACROSS THE ROOM NO COWSJ— M ftASHUCHTS COSTS NO MOM THAN ORDINARY TfUWSfON THI ASHFORD (model Z3000) " 200 tuning to bMutiM ToW« TV ityllng. To|i Tunlngt Spotlit* Cin«bMm, Cintltni. *" M«n4 *ok «olor «r NO IT'S MAGIC! NOTHING BETWEEN YOU AND THE SET BUT SPACE .. . from MTOM ffc* room YOU JUST PUSH A BUTTON on COMMAND «eatr*l Ui b yew head... Ye»«M'tt»iKlilktTVrt«ttvtri • J»»t ••(•• «HJ pith I'y iptui- LOmilKiMCl to ii -c,, ,. MAGIC! VISIT OUR TELEVISION ROOM FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE CO. • Horn. Owntd • Home Operated 4TH AND PI ASA Opt* Monday and Friday Until • P»m» ver arrowpoint and Rc.\. Wilson, gold and silver arrow- roints. Ksthrr Class Mrrts MEDORA - The Esther Class of the Bethel Baptist Church met Tuesday evening in the church basement. Twehe were in attendance. Roll call was answered with a verse containing the word "follower". Mrs. Wayne G i 1- worth conducted the devotions. The special was by Mrs. Frank McKinney, who read an article on "A Family Prays". Games were in charge of Mrs. Floyd Frost. The hostesses, Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson Rt. Carroll and Mrs. Herschel Fritz, 1, Bethalto. i served refreshments of water- On Sunday, a family dinner! melon and ice lea. was held in their honor. In at-; Modern Notes tendance were: Mr. and Mrs. I MEDORA — Mrs. Stella John- Harold Belangee and family, Be- j son and son ' Lawrence, Mrs. tlialto: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence' Alan Flicker and daughter and Whiteside and sons. Bunker Hill; i Wrs - Llovd Boivker and Brad Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Franklin j visited in Alton Wednesday with and family, Wood River; Mr. and i Mrs - Stewart Moore and Mrs. be used by the two organizations for civic purposes, according to the co-chairmen. Family Dinner BETHALTO — Mr. and Mrs. James Germany and family returned recently to their home in Baton Rouge, La., after visiting with their uncle and aunt. Mrs. William Whiteside, East AHon; and Mr. and Mrs. William Noe and family, Wood River. Kenrjeth Maple. Mrs. Addie Pritchett was a guest of her niece, Mrs. Vivain Wall"rman, Alton Tuesday. Expensive Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ahlmey RYLIE, Tex. x> — Buss Ever- e r and son, were guests Tues- >tt. plagued for three years with; day of Mrs. Gertrude Gwillim. timber wolf which had taken j Mr. and Mrs. Ahlmeyer jp residence on his 200-acre farm j teachers in Unit 9. ranch, finally trapped the beast j Mrs. Charlotte Kemper and md killed him. But the wolf cost j Mrs. William Kemper Sr., were Sverett J2.000 before its death. (in Alton Tuesuav. are le says the wolf killed 300 tur-- teys, 38 sheep atid a great many ;hickens. Numerous posses- had ried to run down the animal without success. There are 336 automobile wholesalers in Michigan. The singing Baker family of Anderson, Ind., were overnight guests Monday of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Davis. The Bakers are evangelistic singers and were on their way to Kansas for a meeting,. Mrs. Elsie Buchanon of Jack- BACK TO SCHOOt JOIN THE BAND ENJOY THE FUN OF PLAYINQ A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT \Ve Carry * Complete Line of Quality Instruments— Conn—King—Getzen—Leblnnc— WFL—Artley Cornet*, Trumpets, Clarinets, Saxophones, Trombones, Flute*, Drums, Accordions, Guitars.. Liberal Allowances for your used instruments—Terms. Instruments Rented to Beginners As little an 75c per week. We teach you to play in our studio* I Open Monday, Tuesday wad Friday Until 9 P. M. COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER 1634 Washington Ave. Alton, III. Phone 2-4017 Edwardsville Residents Phone Hofediti If25 GflTUV DEPI STORE TOMORROW and SATURDAY YOU SAVE AN EXTRA scoo PRE-SEASON COAT SALE! • Women's • Misses • /nnior sizes Fabulous new Fabrics including • Imported twteds • Werumba plushes • Cashmere blends • Zibelines • Virgin Wool Chinchilla Cloths Newest Winter Styles ^ Fitted Coats |X Great Collar Coats t* New lack-Interest (X Car Coats Clutch Coats Slim Tapered Coats Cardigan Coats Full Flared Coats Values up to 34.98 Values up to 44.98 Values up to 54.9* H GATELY'S BACK TO SCHOOL Boys''Sturdy . . . Kxtra Heavy 10-Oz. Sanforized Blue Denim DUNGAREES Rustproof zipper—Sizes 4 to 17. 1.71 O p «n 0<> Value L for U Oirls' Washable riint COTTON DRESSES I'icture pretty styles— Sizes 7 to M. 2.98 A J?9 Values A J?9 L for 1 • Boys' Fine Quality Cotton Flannelette SPORT SHIRTS New patterns . . . New styles ... 8 to 18 1.99 A A50 Value L for V • BlrlV Back to School WASHABLE SKIRTS Xew colors—New styles— $ to 14 2.98 Values 2 J99 for 4. Boys' 1'opulur Gabardine SPORT JACKETS Choice colors . . . Zipper front . . , 4 to 12 SALE PRICED . . 4.96 Girls' Cotton Tailored SCHOOL BLOUSES Gay new print* or solids—3 to 14 1.5f A 19 Value L for I < Bojs' Rubberized, Weather Keoittant RAIN COATS With Helmet to nmti'h—8 to 1',' 4.95 Value Choice of Colors 4V Boys' or Girls' Nationally Advertised SCHOOL SHOES Sturdy Built for Long: Wear 3.9S A Polrs JT98 Values L for 9 • Sizes 8',-j to 12—I'ilj to 3 Boy*' Combed Cotton UNDERSHIRTS Quality Teited—All SUei 6«c « I as Value W for I 0 Boys' Athletic Style KNIT BRIEFS KlSktlu \VaUt ilaud—All 8U«s Vwlu«> for • Girls' Fancy RAINCOATS With matching Hat—J to 14 Value Choice of colors 48D ™ • Girls' Nylon Lace Trimmed SUPS V2,., I' 6 .* Girls' Tailored ttayon MNTIIS ,V B 4,. r I? Gflmvs DEPT. STORE 2M We»t 3rd St. Alton It's Our Special Labor Day Treat . . . for all the value-wise ladies in the family. Tomorrow you take your choice of our entire stock of new 1B57 winter beauties . . . every cottt specially reduced $5.00 from the pre-season prices! You'll find all the most wanted fabrics, colors and styles in this complete collection. Be early for selection! NO DOWN PAYMENT on ,„, COAT Selected During this Salel GIRLS' COATS Siies 7 to 14 SHOP FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9 Gills' Dept, Second Float Take Elevator

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