Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1954 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 21, 1954
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PAGE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1954 SUMMER f atmto Cllt er Write for details HOLIDAY SERVICE 11 "cHRQEDt* A Complete frnvH Servfce !§*» ttftoon Are. Carrollton Churches Rercivp New Mrmbcr? CARROLLTON — New rffeW hers were received into three local churches during the F.aster season. Received into membership in •. the Methodist Church were Mrs. Marian Brian, Mi-.. Fred Keller. Miss Tamara Trusty. Miss I Patty Keller and Miss Peggy '•• Pruett. New members in the Presbyterian Church \\cre Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bailfy. Mrs. Sadie Bailry. Mr. ami Mrs. Charlrt Blinds. Mr. nnrl Mr". Robert Srharhor. Mi<. John Vrrnnn < inodmnn. Mi* 1 ? linf> Horn, nnd Miss Snirllr. FULL 5'/j FEET WIDE! FAMOUS FEATURES FAMOUS QUALITY! Big, all-steel 66" CABINET SINK Cempl.t. with feuttl and , «rumb-<up A baptismal sgrv iff wn^ Sunrfay nt 7:.lfl p. rn. in thr Baptist f'hiiri-h rii whifh timf six UP IT roi r>i\pfl into full frllmv- ship in tho rhiii-rh. In thr Rrnup werr: Mi--s SUP f'.lPason. Miv« : Kmilv Kfirnliarh. Miss Migrion SUP Bishof). Billy BTi-y. f/trry m'l Fan»> llfn^on. BTo Down Payment. $189.95 VALUE 42" Cabinet Sink . . . $79.79 54" Cabinet Sink . . . $99.95 NO DOWN PAYMENT Up to 3fl Month* to Pay • Twin, no-iplath bowlt. • Ont-pint, ocid-reiiiting, * porc«laln-»nomeled tltel • top. , • Swinging mixing-faucet, ehrom* finiihed, • Flultd, no-lip dralnbeardi. • Two ipaclout drowen. • Fiv« roomy ilorag* compartmonlt.', •.»< • All.jteel conjunction ^ throughout. ' • laiy-V handlet, chrom* fin!$K«d. ar-wir, ,-"**••• , EASY TERWSI DELIVERY v , « - ^'*^ iiU«d time only! 1 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED! RLTOH REFRIDERRTIDn 550 & BROADWAY DIAL 3-7721 Authorized rrigiefaire Sales and Service f'AKROM.TON F u n P r a I spr\ lips for FtHnlt Kiri(^ of }•'.]']• rpfl UPPP hplfl Salnrfliiy a I 2 p. m. at Mphl Funrral IlotnP with HIP RPV\ Paul Sanrlin of Klrirctl riflii'ialin','. Kvpfpfl M'Oil wax thp soloist for HIP «cmip \\illi Mrs. Lnwrpni-p Thifii playiriR HIP ortjan arrnm- patiinipfil. • F'allhf.'iiPr'' UPIP: nrrictjp Austin Cniham. biivifl (Ira ham, Kui!Mip KINK. fllpnn KinR. Donalrl Ncwlrni an'l flirhanl NPUIIIII Burial \\as in Mull- f'arrollton f'ARROf.I/rON .- l,proy Walk- rr fPlurncd hoinp Salurrlay from Roflicslpi-. Minn., whprp he li.'ul iimlfTRnnp major siiruory a low WPP|<S at;o, Mr. .and Mrs. Alvin Klinndf" nnd William Frrch sprtil Sunday in .JrTsryvlllp al llv liomr of Mr. anrl Mrs. Donald liaflis. Mr. and Mrs. Kpitli Purl of Alton \VPIP Sunday f-upsls of Purl's mollipr, Mrs. 0. T. Purl. Mrs. John Saupp, Ixiuis Snupo nnd Mrs. Lrroy Mryrrs anfl rhil- drpn of ppnrin WPIT wppkpnd Rtipsls al HIP homo of Mr. anrl Mrs. Maynard Saupp. Mrs. Charlps O'Connor of BlooniitiKlon nrrlvcfl Monday to spend Iho wcok with her mollipr. Mrs. W. C. Kelly, nl Ihn liotni! of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Oprs. Mr. and Mrs. T. Cannody Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. Oirmorly Jr., and rhlldrnn of this city and Miss Addo Curmody of Chira(?o «'Pro Sunday RiiPsts in Springfield nl (lie homr of Mr. and Mrs. I/tuis Carmody. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owon and son, Mr. and Mrs. JOP Doylp an dson, Miss Mary Ann Korlo, Mrs. Tim Carmody and Clem Carmody of SI. Louis, and Mrs. Mary "111 of this cily \VPI-O Riiosls Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hill. Mrs. AilppnP 1,p|nint;pr nnd Mrs. Kvprpll Mphl rnlprlninnd mpmhors of Ihpir bridRC cluh Monday rvcninu al HIP home of Mrs. LflninRpr's parents, .Judge and Mrs. I,. A. Mehrhoff. Mrs. Clarpncp Horn will on- Iprtain her briflHP Hub Woilnps- dny pvrninf! nl her homo. Miss T~)on»a McDonuld roturn- prt lo ApplPton, \Vls., Monday after spendinu the Kasler holidays hero. Miss McDonald is a student nt Lawrence College. Danny Schram of Peru, Ind., was a weekend curst of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .lamps Schram. Miss Sharoit Cummins of Bpf- tendorf, la., was a weokeiyl RUrst of Miss Diane Journey at HIP home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Journey. Sunday guests of Miss Myrtle Greaves were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reynolds and family of this city, Miss Shirley Reynolds nnd Oprnld Hprht of St. Louis. Miss Boa Liltl* of .Ta<-k«onvil|p .«porrt the wookrnd horp with hrr iim-lp nnd aunt, Mr. and Mr«. Henry Borlin. Miss ,M,-irtrm T>ell Bishop of Alton was an Knstor holiday Kuosf of hpr paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bishop. Mr. nnd Mr«. A. 0. Ford of SprlnRfMd spent Sunday hprc with Ford's sistpr. Miss Nita Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Ifollyn Jackson and son xnenl Sunday in Grppn- field with Mrs. Jackson's par- cnt.--, Mr. and Mrs. Ola Walker. A rnarriagp licence was issued April 17 in the office of County Clerk DwiRht Coonrod lo John Walter Barrow of TTettick and Miss Mary f.pp DuRtjer of Palmyra. MKs HHpn Richards, Miss Janire Fry and Miss Darlene Damn, all sludents at the Illinois Stnlo Normal I'tiivorslty, rpliirfiod lo Norntal Sunday after spPiidinR HIP Hasten- vacation here with their parents Mrs l " I f.'alherino Richairl. Mi-u. Charles Fry anrl Mr. and Mrs. Paul I ''HUM. Dr. and Mrs. David Linn and daiiRhlf r of Poplar Bluff, Mo., wprp wppkpnd cupsls of Ihpir parpnls, Mrs. T. H. f.inn ol this cily and Mrs. K. Welch of Jeri spyvillo. ! Mr. and Mrs. (',. Olbcit of i U'ood Tliver were Rliesls Sunday of Mr. anrl Mrs, F. L. Imils. : Mrs II. L. Pranncr atul chil- j di-eii and Miss Anna Prancer j \\enl lo SI. r^iuis Sunday where j they visilpd Mrs. PranRpr's sis- ler. Mrs. Ray Farmer, who is a patient in SI, John's Hospital. J. W. Hudson of Chicago is spending two weeks here with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Boirun Jr. Other Riiesls Sunday nt the Boirun home wprp: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hudson and daiiRhler and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wright nnd son. Shepard Heads * Non-High Board OF OUR HARDWARE WEEK SALE SPRINKLER HOSE regular $495 $4.95 value ..25 ft. STORM KINO SCItKKX DOOR CLOSERS $|44 regular $1.95 value BATH SCALES $493 regular $6.00 value DINNERWARE SET 32-piece Service reg. $11.95 value.... MAIL BOXES $438 regular $2.35 value PAINT ROLLER & PAN $455 regular $1.95 value rout n SAFETY GATES Ml ^•'..fitt 4 *9« T-ft. Itt-K. S.V15 L i-n., SPORTING GOODS . $4,88 rei{. S5.H5 vului- BASEBALL GLOVE Offii-iiil. ri'«. S'i.tH) BASEBALLS $1,44 • BASEBALL BATS - CORKBALLS • SOFTBALL BATS - CORKBALL BATS —v Other Sporting Equipment ROLLING PINS, rej, 600 44c STOVI PADS, reg, 50c 3U ELECTRIC CORDS 44c DISH DRAINER, reg, $1,25 88c 0ARBECUE SET, rej, $6,25 $4,88 COMPASS SAW, reg, 75c 66c ILE6, OUTLETS, rig, 34e 29c FOLDING RULE, reg, 85c 590 ELEC, $WITCH, reg, 440 37o SCREWDRIVER SET 44, WRENCH SET, rig, 13,42 $2,98 COMB, SQUARE reg, $1,29 " $1,09 BBMBMMMBBIM^ Hundreds of Other items on Sale — Come In ALTON HOWE. & PAINT A«^« ^^ ^^M M ^^mm^ A>«^ . ^_ _ ..-.-• ^ ^* IM44IIOLLIII M, (FRANK SASEK, Pres) DIAL 2-3641 V. Karl Shepard. Marine, was re-elected pres- i'lrnf of the Madison County School Board of FMu- at a reorganization meeting following the official canvass of returns from the April 10 annual hoard election in the county non-high district. Shepard, without tiallot opposition in the election, rereivprf 72 votes, the canvass showed. At its reorganization meeting, conducted in the office of Coun- l ty Supt. ol Schools George T. | Wilkins, the hoard empowered | P.en W. Hess of Marine, a holdover memher, to serve as president pro-tem in event of Shep- ai-d's absence. The other holdover member of the hoard is George Reding, of Marine. All non-high school territory in the county, under the present Illinois School Code, will be dissolved through consolidations effective next July I, but the hoard will function thereafter as a de- facto agency until its business ran ho liquidated. Owstorficlil CHKSTKRFIKLD. _ Mrs. Oiler L. Wheeler spent the Kasler •acalinn in Newman, 111., with icr daughter. Mrs. Harry Arken- miier «nd family. Mrs. Phoebe Mathis was a ;uesi during tin* Kasler vacation f Mr. and Mrs. John Mathis ml daughter and wild James 'arker and daughter, Elizabeth, t Pcoria. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kcele nil Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bates fturned Just week from two Tionlhs in Chandler, Ariz. They isiled with several former Jheslerfield families vho arc Once in )i while n cookie recipe will cull for ground semi-sweet chocolate. Here's a tip: Make sure your Ri'inder is absolutely dry before pulling the chocolate Ihrough It. Use. n medium cutler and don't try to grind all the semi-sweet chocolate pieces at once - just n few nt a time. II. Kvuns, rniiRislrate of Piet- ermarll/burj;, Soulh Africa, has warned that apprentices who refuse to attend technical training may be. flogged. Medora Tlev. and Mrs. Mererlith | Thorna*. Mr. and Mr«. Law- j rerv-p Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Day and daughter Mr. and Mrs. HfrsrhH Frit?:, and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Moran and son. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley .Tohn«on Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rowker and family, were guests Sunday al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Johnson nt Jerseyvjlle, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowker and son, Carrollton. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Truman Rmvker. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Frieo'line, Shlpman, were guests on Sunday «fternoon. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Stanton and Mr. and Mrs. Kennel h Stanton attended a saddle horse sale in Springfield. Sunday. H. L. and Miss Delia CJower visited in Alton Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnett. Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Shields now making their home in Phoenix. Clyde Phrlps of Godfrey, \\lio recently was a surgical patient ;it Alton Memorial Hospital, was a guest last, week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Phdps. Mrs. Maude Wade arid daughter. Beth, and Mrs. C.erald Hinds and son of Springfield were Kns- trr dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .less Heyen !inrl family. Afternoon guests weie. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Maple and children of Oregon, and Mr. and Mrs. LiiVernc Parish and daughters of Alton. Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur'W. Dams and son, Melvin, were: Mr. and Mrs. Sfimuol K. Burns and daughter, Sandra; Mr. and Mrs. Clemmelh Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell A. Dams nnd daughter, Carol Ann; Miss Carol Heyen, and George Redman of Alton. LOOK SAVE LOOK BELLE STREET CLEANERS 4 HOME O FTHE -HOUR DRY CLEANING SERVICE PANTS PANTS PANTS Cleaned and Af\c Pressed *frU Until April 30th • Until April 30th 3-Ou.v Service Only 3-l)nv Service Only Cash nnd Carry Only SCOOP! NEWBERRY'S DOES IT AGAIN CARLOAD DISH SALE SOLID COLOR, MODERN TYPE SAVINGS TO 95% A Famous Name That We Cannot Mention, See for Yourself the Greatest Dinnerware Sale in the History of Alton SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! Choice of Colors: MANY ITEMS NOT PICTURED ABOVE OVER 12,000 PIECES Reg, 35c 7" Plate I9c Reg, 29c 5" Plate I5e Reg, 39c Oatmeal I9o Reg, 39c 6" Coupe I9o Reg, 49c Lug Soup 23c Reg, 69o Creamer 33e Reg, 39c Salt Shaker I9c Rig. 29c 4" Fruit ISc Reg, $2,49 Casserole & Cover 88c Reg, $1,98 Tea Pot & Cover 66c Reg, 49c 8" Plate I9e Reg, 98c After Dinner Cup and Saucer No Chips—No Cracks Reg, 3Sc Cup I7c Reg, 25e Saucer I2c Reg, 49c 8" Dish 23c Reg, 59c 8" Chop 27c Reg, 59c Nappie 37c Reg, 98c Sugar and Cover 33c Reg, 39c Pepper Shaker I9c Reg, 98c Sauceboat 47c Reg, $1,49 Globe Sugar 66c Reg, 49c Pickli Dish 23c 33c —No Missing Pieces and son. Topper, were Sunday dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Emma Fleischer, Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman, Cottage Hills, visited Sunday wirh Mr. and Mrs. William Cope. Miss Betty June Ontis, Alton, Mrs. Annahelle Holliday and James Andrews, Nutwood, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ontis. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Carter, Edwardsville, were supper guests of her father, George Holliday. Mrs. Jesse Smith, Mrs. D. A. Plogger, Mrs. Don Rice, Mrs. Kenneth Stanton, Mrs. V. C. Stanton and daughters, Wanda and Sue, were In Alton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson and family, Nilwood, were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Johnson. John Summers was home from Granite City for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilton and family, Palmyra, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wilton and /amily were Kasler guests of PILES SHRUNK without surgery! IN CASt AttM C AS! PAIN STOFPIDI In 90% of easel ol simple piles- tested by doctors —— • — amazing Pazo Ointment stopped bleeding, reduced swelling, healed cracking... WITHOUT SURGERY I Pain was slopped or materially reduced. Pazo acts to soothe, relieve itching instant la. In tubes, also modern Suppositories. Get Pazo® at druggists for wonderlul fist relief. the tiwn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wilton. Any corned beef left over? Put it through a food chopper with a dill pickle and add mayonnaise to moisten. Makes a delicious spread for sandwiches or crackers. If used for crackers, garnish with a blob of mayonnaise and capers. Three out of four U.S. auto accidents occur on dry pavement in clear weather. HawTeNtM FALSE TEETH More firmly in Plae* Do TOUT f»ta* weth annoy «nd em- bftrrem by slipping, dropping er »oB- blintr *h*a you »t. Janfhortatt* Just *prtn*J* • little FABTEETB OB your plates. This itkttlln* (turn-Hid) powder holds false t*eth mem fifnty and man comfortably. Ro jfWJunf. gooey. pMty tame or feeling. uo«t net •our. CSS** "Plat* odpf" Jdentuft breath), act FASTBCtB <n» dftft counu*. ay i* Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! VMINM Finds Pal Of Kin Want Ad 5 Vears! » * v *ww 1 * Through After I TRACING &jt. Joseph Rlzzo, who wot ltatlon«d in Florida with a buddy named timer "Pet*" Pstwton of Erie, Pa., In !9H and '4S. Ura«nt,< f Pleas* forward your address I to his aunt, Mrs. Wm. Fryer, ' '"^**i. **^MM»I»^I«<^» <•< Anxious to locate Sgt. Joseph Rizzo, a friend of her nephew, Mr*. William t Fryer of Eri«. P»., placed ['• • Classified Ad in the New Orleans Times-Picayune •nd States, on January 3, 1952. Although Sergeant Ritzo had not been heard of in eight vesrs, he answered Mrs. Fryer's sd the first day it rani x- Want Ada Reach &• The Right Party II » felt m*f H mtt Mi tm'w* Ow* fwi A^«tim( nuh Kin w, tut*. 111, W !- Kin w, tu. !-,•«•«!. Fk 4-H y CORNiR OF WEST THIRD AND STATE STREET? STONE BROS. CREDIT JEWELERS Two Local Stores To Serve You Seeing 1$ Belie vino! ^ ^S^^LKj-m. ««J LOOK AGAIN IT'S TRUE! Every REDUCED IN PRICE... Jjmited Time Only... And Jhdt Time Ends Soon! then Take Your 20% Saving FIOM THE ORIGINAL FACTORY PRICE TAGS FIRST TIME IN ELGIN'S 90-YEAR HISTOtY. SUCH AN OFFER ELGIN Spring Time Savings for a Limited Time Only Give 'ELGIN iw GRADUATIONS WIDOIKGS, IIITHDAVS, MOrHfR'SPAMATHflSDAY All Brand New 1954 Models! Lord & Lady Elgins & '71.50 NOW ONU $5720 Tor hif . . . CAPER 21 jt»th, nylon aid. foe mm THORNTON. 21 |MMb, >utdt Hup RUTH •IDOfWOOD MM OMT »54» ' MW MtT *52« MM MIT »57S IWmr he Beautiful Way to Tell Time 202 OFF 17 in iUMAUA ATWOOD uiT&.'CftS 1 ?* Ki'iT.'fciJSS'io'!' h^PiflSiS?' 1 * ^ {very ILGIN hot OURAPOWER (MAINSPRING HMT< ** "»*•' • r »° 4 ' »«? J39S MOW VM1 *3499 NOW O/fer Good tiom ApiU 22 Till June 5 At UTUi 1°°AW!EK NO COST NO INTEREST OR CARRYING CHARGES III W. irtf Stw lltii. Ill,, Dill 2*7111 ANP IN WUUU KJVtU Mr if FirfHMi ill Win* Rivir AVI, Rill 4.1522 MQUK8 «tf Blrcr: 0«llr t >i XM TUI t

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