Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1954 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 21, 1954
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section 2 Pages 17-28 Member of The Associated Press, 5c Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1954 Established Jan. 15,1836. THI NOME YOU'VE •EEN WAITING f Oft Sliipman MYF Attend Snb-Distrirt Meet SHIPMAN Thf local Mrtho- dist Youth Fellowship attended the Jprseyviilr Sub-district mret- ine at Batchtoun Monday evening. Those from hern elected to office were: Carol Slampe. witness; Drlores .Taynes. faith and Udell Meyers, song lender. The Frisk BakU fititfi Daily Blrthday-WecMIng Cake* Our Spwinlty. Ampin Parking Available. DUKE BAKERY Corner 9th And Henry street* next meeting will be at 8:13 (DST) at Brighton, May 17. Those attending from Shipman were: Robert, Doris and Dorothy Bosomworth. Mary Ixiu and bar- rell Allen. Leona and Paul \Voo1- sey. Connie and I'dell Meyers, Ruth, Wilma and Roy Pocklington. .lames TagRart, Carol Stampe. Pelores Jaynes. Delores Bullman. Norman Jasper, Kenny- Archer, Orpha Hudson. Janice Matlack. Boh Frank, Robert Eyers, Camille Murfin, Sharon Christopher. Kenneth and Alice Ann Breitweiser" Mrs. Truman Pocklington. Mrs. Austin Jaynes. Rev. and Mrs. Leo Mabry and Mrs. Otto Meyers. Supervisor of Assessments Elected in MncoupinConntv Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally! Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally! Telegraph Want Ads CLICK- 2 iiDROOM SIZE OIUVMIO WITH SHILL IRECTID A WUTHERIZEO $3,990oo e Choke Of Hip Or Gobte Roof Style e With Utility Room Or tosement e Quickly Erected And Eoiily Completed e High Quolity Building Material Used Throughout • 24' x 12' Attached Garage $800 Extra • Guaranteed Quantity Of Building Materials To Com* ptcte Houtt -WRIT! FOX FREE CATALOG- Get Design* and Prices On Doze in of Other JOE WILSON - ALTON S200 Henrietta St. DEALER Phone 2-0488 EARN INVEST NOW! m—4 ON PAID-UP SHARES YOUR DEPOSITS INSURED ur TO $10.000 BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION BROADWAY ft PIASA STS., ALTON PHONE S-71HI HOME . CARUNVtLLE - - N o r m a n ; Scheller of Mt. Olive was elected | covinty supervisor of assessments | hy the Maroupin County Roard of Supervisors ir. session Tuesday afternoon at the courthouse. Ac- rording to law the assessment supervisor is to assume office 30 days after appointment. His salary will he $4,800 annually and hi» office will be located in the basement of the courthouse. The only other applicant for the position was Frank Bertetti, of Benld. Scheller was elected by a vote of 25 to S. Clarence P. Nail of Honey Point was elected chairman of the board of supervisors for the ensuing year. Nail, a Republican, defeated Carl Jfiehwrg, of Mt. Olive, a Democrat, hy a vote of 1fi to 14. Elery Hardin. outgoing chairman, served as temporary chairman during the naming of tin- new bead. Nail WHS placed in nomination by JUall Kalich of Wilsonville and Vlehwep was nomninled by Jack Webb of Slaunton. Three resolutions relative to the building or repair of bridges Chat M. 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Cabinot Dim»nsioiUH-U l /4" hifth, 2gV«" wide, i I I Dennies Bros, made a lucky purchase of 24 of these 1953 Philco Models—you save $27.50 on Free Installation PLUS $100.00 less than 1954 Models with comparable specifications. Don't gamble when buying an Air Conditioner—only Philco offers you 17 years of leadership in sales and dependability. Super fast cooling plus positive moisture removal , , . maximum ventilation with adjustable fresh air damper controls en front of cabinet or* easy to use. No chance of confusion even if the temperature soars to 11$ degrees it operates at highest efficiency. In any season it will exhaust stale air or provide draft-free ventilation. Choice of mahogany finished cabinet or in Arctic Dawn colors, »VWvlpirjffiSj£S|^sj;i; ft:'.sj: jf 'tftcr minimum down payment Sent the ru»h and ittt-e m,50 on free iiif*«lfa*loti I* be made «l your convenience before Wuy Iffln DENNIS BROS. HillDf / 300 EAST BROADWAY-ALTON, ILL, 209 MHei FREE Delivery O|H»w Every Ml 9 f. in the county were passed. One resolution called for the repair of a bridpe ->vrr Macoupin creek west of Atwater at the cost of $4.000: another called for the replacement of a bridge in Chesterfield, at a cost of $1.000; and the other for the replacement of a bridge southeast of Virden in Virden township at the cost of $8,000. Orvllle B. Berga was appointed police magistrate of Virden to fill a vacancy. The matter of selling a part of the Macoupin County Nursing Home grounds north of Carlinville was referred to the Nurs- ir»g Home Com mi I lee for invest;. Cations, John Sehien asked to buy five acres at the southwest corner of the ground* to Include water rights at a sum of $2,500. <•><'«'lift i<> hi GRKKNF1EU). - Mrs. C. O. Fester, an instructor in the high school ?it Unricy, is spending this week with her father, George M. Hill. Mrs. Keslet- met her father, who bus spent three months nt the home of another daughter. Mrs. Daniel Grey, in Shercill, N.V., in Chicago Friday. Hill and Mrs. Fesler were j guests at a family dinner Sunday at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kd- gar Bool In Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. .lesse Wilhile, Jr., and Trudy Ann and David, and Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilhite nnd Robert and Dennis, of Kast Alton visited with Iheir mother, Mrs. Jesse Wilhite, Sunday. Mrs. J. P. Bauer and son, Fred, visited during the (taster weekend with Mrs. Bauer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Menu, in Gardner, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cravens of Roanoke and son, Jim, visited here during the weekend and with Craven's mother, Mrs. J. A. Cravens, and Mrs. Cravens' sister, Mrs. Grovcr L. Bauer, at. Boyd Memorial Hospital, CarroIIton. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Johncssec and daughter, Myra Susan, of Taylorville spent (he weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gustinc and Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Johnossee, Mrs. James G. Burns, Grcer Burns, Miss Margaret Burns, Mrs. Lee Burns and Mrs. 12. K. Cameron were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Noble in Webster Groves, Mo., Knster Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sousley and Sherry and Mnrjorle spent Sunday at the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Souslcy, in Webster Groves, Mo. Mrs. Eleanor Mitchell and Miss Grace Swaoson, who spent 10 days at Mrs. Mitchell's home here, returned to Davenport, la., Tuesday, Mrs. Mitchell and Miss Swanson spent the weekend in St. Louis and also visited with Mrs. Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Robert Sousley. The Rev. Thorpe BHUPI', who formerly resided, in Greenfield, Is visit's^ relatives here. The Rev. Bauer is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bauer. He is pastor of the Congregational Church in Stamford, Conn. Pfc. and Mrs. Russel Kinscr have returned to Camp Chaffee, Ark., aflor spending a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kinser and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pralhcr. Mrs. Russell Kinser served as matron of honor at the wedding of Miss Patricia Clark and Donald Wahl of Rockbridgc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ford and Mr. and Mrs, Ray Powers and their families of Alton were guests at a family dinner Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ford. Wesley Mitchell underwent major surgery at Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell have been spending the winter with their daughter, Miss Jean Mitchell, in St. Louis. f «F you hovt) mochin. NEED LAUNDRY SERVICE Now I We will do your hard- to-do sheets, UWeelothi, pillow- illpt »nd •hlrto for ju*t » Jew eents Mch: • Sftvea you valuable time • Protect* your health (no more heavy work) • It'i economical Other Helpful service* — l*t ut do your Shag KUK«> Spreads, Drape*, Slip Cover*. Blanket*. ITS TIME TO FIX UP YOUR HOME and YARD!! SEE US FOR ANYTHING YOU'LL NEED FOR ANY JOB AROUND YOUR HOME, LAWN OR GARDEN. 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