Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 14, 1954 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 14, 1954
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t»A6l; EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1954 Fftt rrompt ami t>ppn«1rthl*> Repatfn . . . Tnhp Vnnr U'»(rh and -trwelry to VI rut ClftM Repair Drpnrtmrnt Current Events on Alton Lake and Roamrn' the Piasa Country With HAROLD BRAND 21*. M/tSA MM, Your Jewe/er Mihouch llanO'l T'.aNnn. TVi/xn SI.. h;<* lirrn n rnodrr- r,-n h ".pason. IIP said. Mn I sun fi«liPd liiur hour 1 - in Piasa Crprk without iPtfivinK a nib- hlr, and then hf w*nl to a nrnr- liy lakp and fished another fivr how; unsiirrPSKfully. Ii.-ifsfin wont honip to FINE HOUSEHOLD DRYCLEANING land u alili^d 1p|p\i.sjrin until If) 71;.' '• P-ni and dpi idrd in iiy his lurk nl Hv loot of llrnrv St., whPrr IIP IMK<| until '.':'',(! a.m. with- alply snrrossful fislwi man for , n|l) n mil|)|f . tlfsp|tr , vo niu , h ynirs. hf has to Irarn Ihf sport tlnsll ,.,.,,^ fll j f . 0 ii, r-ntraifd pfforl. mrr acain at thr hrcinninc ^f hf , |S nlorf , ,,,.,,., mjnr .,| i han rvrr In i ati h VOIIIP fi^h soon. fraftpip h;i\r lirr-n fairly p|pn- tiful In Srnti-h .limmy Inland l.tikf. rfpfirtpil fioldf'M flonfrs. 'i'.}'.', Alli.v SI. Mho h;i<- fi^hrrl tliprp oftpn flui'inc thf winir>r iiuinths. llo landpd n thief-pound r-,1lfiv|| at Ihn frinl of tk'Mry SI in Ihn Mississippi livt-r a fp\\- wprks asn. I'rr^onnl Nntrs A 'rip ovrr Ihr Kasfpi' UIT\<. pnd to Ihplr rahin on Krnlurky l<akp npar Paris. TPIHI.. is planned by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Modp of Alton. TliP rnuplp ar- (|ilirnd thn rahin a fr-w yoars a(jo and found Dial fishing Ihrrc is PXrollPnl. Thpy lillpd a dpcp frpoxr with Kamp fish in a shot I lime, Horlr rclalrd. C. C, IScolty) MfiKiiii-p, ^15 Holland AVP.. whosp propprty adjoins Hop Hollow, said Hint on orrasirms IIP ran finrl rhoirP rnushrooins in HIP hollow. How- i pvpr, IIP spcks Ilipm in dislanl .silp.s also. romine warntrr wratlipr. Thoy | arp rr>ad.y In dpsprt thf soft corn- : forts nf ihPir pa>-y 'hairs and platform rorkPi« lo y,n forth' in'n th*" 1 ci'pat riiiid'i r "-. i Many of thrrn plan IH/.V fi^h.n:; hif/v. ,'idi'Pnlili'i'Mi* hoal ridf- 1 -. ^<li- day pii nu s ;md oilif-r ;u iti\ itif-s. I.atpi. mnip will •And' 1 in knp' 1 - d''fp mud 01 hip-df'p ••. ;iipr in pursuit of fi^h. fjlhfjv uill t rank an onlhoard motor fn; ;\ solirl h/iur tn ride 1 fivr rninulr^. Pir- nir fans wj|| oftfn Pal vn much that Ihpy nrarly htnM arid arp in rnisory. f'oiild it hr thr "off-ynur ro< k- fr" pxprpssjon oiiyinalfd hp. rausp of thp ovpi'ly-rnthusiaslir ai-lions of thr forpjfoinx sporl.s- rnPn' 1 eranrfparrnK, Mr. and Mrs Fr<>d and family of LifrhfMrt in honor Knorhr. j M thrir «on. Edward's ffmfir- Mr. and Mr*. K-lward G,,«P. ! m! "' on at th<1 Liithcran Churrh. vr||p. Dal«? Birnhanlt. Mr. and Rll) y S'-hwalh sprn* Sunday at Mr«. Wil/rpd f;ootx>| and wns. • l{fllls ' ^ ln Mr. and Mr<=. Cliffrud Hr-mf snd ! Judith Klrin arrnrnpanifd stu- fsmily v.-nro eu^-is Sunday rif fjpnl< of Siaunton High Si hool to Mr. and Mrs. ';ill>nt ,\>inirirr' t iironfi^ld Satuirlay «hf>rc fhrv a band ant chorus ton- tr>«t. Miss Klein i< a junior at Siaunton HiRh Sr-hool. Mr. and Mrt. Elvin Best and | Lutheran Churrh Sunday daughter, Shirtej-, attended con- their niorr. Janice Suyo. was firmation nerv-icM at Mt. Olive confirm pd. MAKES A HANDSOME HOME ... AND A HAPPIER FAMILY! To match the sparkling bright faces ol your family, • sparkling clean drycleaned home. Our "home beautiful" specialists bring out the rich color and full bodied texture of your drapes, spreads, curtains and slipcovers. Call us today for prompt, courteous, pick up service. • tenderers • Dry Cleaners • Rug Cleaners OUR "TRUCLEEN" DRY CLEANING Will Make Your'Clothes 6 TIMES CLEANER FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 909 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 3-8877 C'nipplr lleiry of flun Cluh TU1., Iws Rcorecl hrnvlly in landing larqe hlttPKllI and ernppie In a sloiiKh wesl of llnrrlln during the pnst week. t>nst Wcrlnesdwy, Herry niid Jewell T. Maxey, filS Leonnrd St.. landed <I8 fish. On Sunday. Berry, K. B. Mniieker, •118 nolleview Ave., and fl. .Tor- dun, 1112 Cardinal St., caught 40 more fish. A l.l-inch, 1'i-pound ernppie wns landed in the snme waters hy Berry on Monday, along with II more Inrgc cruppie Htid hhie- Kill. It Isn'l ncepssnry for nn- Kleis to pn,)oy vnentlons only oni'p a yenr at distunf, sites wlion. Iliere Is surh excellent waters elose to home, commented Berry. UK Tlmt Tlnin AKU|II This is n wonderful season for summertime outdoor fans. They look forward lo each peeking blossom, leaf and blade of grass with ciiRer nnlielpnlion of the HERE ARE THE FACTS! We have three (3) regular shoe s> salesperson employees. Their average wages per week during 1953 were as follows: SALES PERSON NO. 1 $55.16 SALES PERSON NO. 2 53.42 SALES PERSON NO. 3 51.55 We believe these employees are t the highest paid shoe salespersons in the City of Alton. SHOE* W. THIRD ST.. ALTON, ILL. PRAIHIKTOWN Mr. and Mrs, Arthur /seriliiTj; entertained Kiicvts Sunday ffir dinner in honor of their son. Hi.-hard s confirmation Present were Mr. and Mrs. \Vil|am WehlinK. Mr. anrl .Mrs Kn d Kriieh and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Si-hielie. Mi. and Mrs. Arnolrl Ivenberr; anrl lamily. Mr and Mrs |->|. wflt-d Iserilierit. Mr mid Mrs. Kd- ward I'lsprung and -.(in. Ku- i;ene. and Mr. and Mrs. Kr- hairlt Bruene and family. The Ladies Aid of the Lutheran Church will lia\e a I usiness meelinc Wednesday at 2 p. m. Mrs. Hr-nry Ili-uene spent Saturday Him Mr and Mrs. (iil- l-ert Neimeicr of Ulrhficld. Mr. and Mrs. l:,arl Francis of Collinsvillc were quests Sunday ol Mr. and Mr::. Harry finnkel. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coatncy and daughter, Merna. of Hunker Hill spent Monday wiih their GOOD FRIDAY APRIL 16 Is a Legal Holiday The following Building and Loan Associations will observe the legal holiday and will not be open for business: Alton Building 4 Loon Association Citizens' Building & Loan Association East Alton Loan 4 Investment Association Germania Savings 4 Loan Association Home Building & Loan Association Illinois Building 4 Loan Association Piasa Building 4 Loan Association Standard Savings 4 Loan Association Self-Service HARDWARE ft VAR'FTY CrifOCOMTK RABBITS IOeT.98e CIIOCOI,ATK MARSHMALLOW EGGS . 5 f lOc CANDY EGGS.. , . 39c EASTER BASKETS , 69c ,, p EASTER GRASS . . -. |Q C PLUSH TOYS MUSICAL PLUSH RABBIT . . . $5.98 PLUSH RABBITS $1.49 PLUSH BEARS SI.98 MR. LOU FURTWENCLER 636 EAST BROADWAY ALTON and up flnrl up tailing the ay with an It's ahnur an hour from his home to his office —but he doesn't think of it as a drive at all. He just settles hack in the'dccp, comfortable scat — rests his hand on the inviting wheel —looks out over the hood ufthc general direction of the office — and starts to relax. Comes first, the ten-mile stretch of highway in the open country. If i he car were standing still, it could not be smoother or softer or quicter-as it loafs over the broad, winding highway. There's only the faint sound of the wind, plus the receding trees and posts ami buildings, to give him a sense of movement. Almost before it begins, it seems, the ten-mile stretch is over —and a sign announces tire city's limits. The soft pressure of his foot shifts from accelerator to brake-and the big car settles down easily and quickly to the prescribed speed. And then begins the real wizardry of Cadillac performance. Stop and go—in and out—roll and creep ... all regulated with the slightest touch of toe and hand. Insofar as the driver is concerned, travelling the city's streets is just as easy as the open road-a little slower, of course, but just as calm and relaxing. our's Rest And maybe a little bit nicer, in one notable respect-for now there are drivers all about him — stealing glances at his beautiful car, and wondering who's the fortunate person whose name is on the title! What a car-for highway or street! Owners every, where say the hours behind its wheel are among the finest hours of their whole day-restful, relaxing and inspiring. Jf you haven't as yet driven a 1954 Cadillac- you've ? been missing something wpnderful! Better come in soon-for the most revealing hour you ever spent behind the wheel of a motor car, CADILLAC CO. 1610 I. BROADWAY JOHN T. BROWN, Owntr ALTON, ILL.

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