Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1954 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 15, 1954
Page 8
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EIGHT Resume Work on State Rt. Ill feRTGHtON. — The Lftchfield Bituminous Company resumed ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH •work on Rt, 111 this werk. Re- tine down the grade tn i suvfaring was stalled at Hop- the vision for motorists, prrs' Restaurant and will con- Widening anrl resurfacing the i timie southward. The section of highway from the junriion into j (highway from Hopper's to the : Medora was compleled last fall, i i .function of Highways 111 and 1fi • MA mutt Rltr« at Tonlra ; i« heinc worked over hy .1. C.I BRIGHTON. — The l>ody o( 'Brempr Company, who are rut- David .fosrph Massaii. :;. son of i ~ i: e«» muni QUALITY FUTURES FOUND ONLY IN THIS WONDER CHAIR II eompWely foldi.into tm»ll tex*. Wrap round tr«y framt for *<fd«tl ufcty... ModRm molded tMl Mid b«ek lot ir«*t«r comfort .12 quick footrut nl|u»tmems... ill surfatet attmihto lor «IST elMninf. Hl|h quality ehromi HfW (Mly 14 Ibs.)... ftp prool ind fool proof laeklnt meehmJjm. 2 lone colors... rubbtr tippMf left... Mfitjr belt STYUO AND DESIGNED TOR THE UTMOST Id BEAUTY, SAFETY AMD COMFORT OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. In red, gray and yellow CHWARTZ, i FURNITURE COMPANY EASY CREDIT TERMS Church Classes To Give Easter Program at Moro MORO • An Ka«ter program entitled "The Cross of Bequty" uill he presented by the Presbyterian ("hi/rrh s<-hoo! rla.ises in thr downstairs department Sunday morning during the Sunday srhool hour. Those Hi-ranging the program are Mrs Omar Jfelmkamp. Mrs. Hoy Cooper. Mrs. Willis Cooper. Mrs. Leslie Cooper and Mrs. Carl Holberk. The pros'i am will be- ttti at 9:15 o'rlnrk. Reception of in f rn h r r « and bnplism will he a part of the regular morning worship service Kasler morning al 11 oYloi-k. The WrMminsler Fellowship croup haie hern invited lo join the Hrtiialln Westminster Kellow-hip grnup al a sunrise service in the Itelhallo chun h. A break- lact uill IIP served al fi::;0, lol- lowed hy a serviro at 7:1.">. ICnlertaln /or Daughter MORO -- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ilelmkamp enlr-rtained Sunday with a dinner and supper in honor of their daughter, Klaine, uho Mr. ;md Mrs. Hurnello M;iss;il1, uho died Friday nil-lit in SI. ,Ins- '•pli'n Hovpitfil. uns moved from the \Varner Ku/ienil Home on Sunday lo the home of his ma- lernal grandpnrenls, Mr. and Mrs. David Milner, at Tonic*. .Yir. and Mrs. Warner accompanied the body. Funeral riles were conducted Monday at '2 p.m. In the Methodist Church and burial uas in HIP Tonlcn Cemetery, Mr. nnd Mrs, Massatt and sons, Donnld find Paul, remained in Tonica for Ihe week. THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1954 {NORTHWEST CORNER OF WEST & SAVE UP TO $3.00 Pnnlroh drtlrurllvt nn 4>vpr- trrrn Irrn »nit nhrilht. IS-«i. rnn- talnrr. Buy tndfty. Hi-Organic Plant Food 2,49 I'rrdlln for lirtlrr iroirlh. (ilio Int und lmmrdl«li> rriulti. st) I In. FRUIT SPRAY 1" let-tally fnrmula- '-, ted to prolrrt Irult Irrr.i. Contrail In- irrli, <tliea»i. Grt your&! CROSS COUNTRY EVERGREENS Reg. 3.98 Pyramida Arbor Vita - 18 x 24-in. Well developed root systems ore balled and burlapped for easy transplanting. Grow fast with little care. Act now ... don't miss this bargain offer at Sears Garden Shop! 9,98 Upright and spreading Yews 6,98 6,98 Sylvestes Juniper 4.98-5.98 Oriental Holly . , . 3,98 WEED KILLER POTTED EASTER FLOWERS EASTER LILLIES 2" Blooms . . . 1.79 TULIPS "6 in Pots" 2 .19 AFRICAN VIOLETS, Assorted Colors". 79c BEGONIAS (Pink Only) 59 C Potted Window Box Foliage . . . . 29 C ItnUniiou* • |i r • y, Killi v rrtin, lint grunt. I'ti|iular *!, 4-1 Bdl. 2 Fruit Trees Chei i >, Apple or Peach 2 for 1,99 DHicl.ui fruiti are n-romplloui fur Din. prcktrvth, Irre/Hit. Choire of • n>- I tree», cherry, apple, or peach. New Bird Baths r\rid Beauty to Yimr Vnrrl 3,49 only Smart ornimrnUl ttraulv fnr > utii yard 01 Incite» hi] dluncirr. £$£#&! n. Buff i-utoifd. boul i* 1?. Uuhek in DEPENDABLE DUNLAP 16-IN. ROTARY-TYPE ELECTRIC Lawn Mowers DunUp Mowers Priced Kor Added Savings •. I3i88 ftimilttf tcari ««*Ulr, »m*(iof low ••"». * »ur II rn. Rubbish Burners- Reduce Those >'ne Ha/aids Reg. 2-'i» Ii99 Sl«fd>. mtdium |>v|i tirtj wi,,. Butl rtkitUnl |icca liimh Unl U burn pipti. Ituri utiily. (in yviirt now! t Regular 5650 t Lightweight—saves work 49 Only A l)ou n '**»jt»» tvttyjaaf ^^ ftLTQN Heavy-duty cutting,unit and rugged steel housing. Has nick-resistant rotary blade, shock absorbent mounting. \ H.P. electric motor. Easy to operate. 16-IN. ROTARY GAS MOWER . . 62,95 Open Mon. 0 F/i. 9 to 9. Other Day* 9 to 5. a mf-mh^r nf thf ronfirms- tion r U«s al X.ion Jjithfrsn Churr-h Sunday. C.UPsIS wrtp (!r\ . »nri Mrs. K. •I. Kolh and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlrs Plp^k-r-. Mr and Mr«. Arthur Wilkf-ninc and Mr. ami Mrs. Hrrman Hr-lmkamp. Tho Rfv. flnhrri Honrz of Cot- tftRf MilN «-a«i an Home From MORO -- S K |. F, an |< VanDor- fn arrisfri horo last Friday «f. ffr 15 monlhs nrrviri? in Karra. Mrs. Van Dorm, the former Miss Barbara Saayrr. fln rf son , 1B hp^n »Myint? af fh<? home "f h^r • paif>nt«, Mr. and Mr«. I.. K. Sa«yr»r during hi« ahs^nr-r. Sttt. and Mr«. VanfJoren l^ft \'.>dnps(iay far a trip through ihr- .«w!)»hf?rn ,st«f/>«. ]\r- \« ill report at Ft. Sheridan on May 0. i In Hrmpltal I MORO Mrs. Mauri.p Dor- spy has hprn making frpquent | li ip« fo SI. .Jnspph « Hospital. i Alton, to altpnd hfr father. \Vil- ham Mann>« of Alton, who is sor- ! iotisly ill with pneumonia. Mann« I is a former resident of Moro. i - - Telegraph Want Ads CUCK Printed Drapery Sparkling, New , i Sparkling new printed drapery material especially designed in small patterns on a satin finish doth, fo look most effective in low reilmged rooms, adds color-,' fnl glamour to your home. j You ran bring the Illusion of si/e to your window* and height to your room, by hanging full '. length side draperies in these • rlever nr\v designs, NKXT to your windows! It's easy to make the smart looking draperies you see photographed. The attractive modern chair is , also very practical, with its tight i fitted slipcover, made of a sturdy new rw-eedy woven fabric. This' fabric is available in charming multicolor effects and ha*? a waterproof, stain and wrinkle-, resistant finish. ! Both of these popular priced: materials for draperies and slipcovers have been especially created to add a real decorator' touch to your home. You can buy these materials in a wide variety' of colors to suit your personal taste. Bulgarian ftrri* PnrgH T ST A N B U L. .T>-Bulgaria's Communist party is less than half the size it was five year* ago. Vulko Chervenkov, the country'* Red prime minister, made this disclosure in a speech to the annual Congress of Bulgarian Communists. He belittled the drop from about 900 000 party members in 1949 to 423.000 at present—saying many had been expelled becau c e they were not good Communists. ... you can be SURE it's 2-TROUSER SUITS that are easy ... on the eyes ... on the purse ... f or Easter and After! What an easy job to choose from this complete selection of the new- lighter weight, year-round labricsl Really comfortable . . . good looking ... tops in value ... much longer servicel No matter how you look at it, these great two-trcuser suits are Eggs-actly Right lor Easier . . . and afterl No Extra Charges for Alterations They have s-t-r-n-t-p-h at the toe and heel to allow morp comfort and greater wearing fttreneth in a wide choice of colors and patterns , , , AQ. BROADCLOTH SHIRTS A real buy at this price! Your choice of white, or pattern* in wanted collar style; plain or French cuffs a en LIGHTWEIGHT HAT Smart welt-edue snap-brim hat In the crown helghPand hrim widfh that suits you best. Sbr different color* lo choose from 5.95 NEW SPRING TIES EspeclaJly favored this Spring are the new printed silk grenadine ties in both wide and narrow shapes , ,,, i eg Main FJoor HIGH STYLED DRESS SHOES Smartly mads of quality kelrcird Je«tJier» , . m ri/'h. haadtioiae Spriuj tau, and browu* 12.95 EASTER MAGIC Mak» your own twma from the chart below and "Charge it" on • P. B, A, II tt U couvin- l*nl Iff y«u to p»> tack ttoulb NO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED

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