Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1954 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 27, 1954
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TUESDAY, APRIL 27, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Federal judges are appointed for life by the President, with thft Spprovs! of tho <*•-•»' 49 County Seniors Write On V of I Scholarship Exams PAGE I KDWARDSVILLK - A reconll total of 49 Madison County his* school srnior* wrote iho compel No fhbei. no "B" fatterr! Clew, lifelike sound. Up to 1 5 time? th« p«"v*f of oar previoui i*irj. Winning modell burr hetott could out htmiHf fid tin to much, lot JO many, to well, for irt litllt! COM! IN AND SEC ITI SONOTONE SONOTONE OF ALTON M. H. GENT, MnnflKer SM-MH COMMKRCIAI, Bum. 20S West Third St. Phone 2-8B21 AI.TOX, lt,L. fUlltflt*, Arrrnntlrt tnt Reftltl F«r All InntrtimfnU examination here Satin-da .lor six frmrrsity of Illinois j scholarships available in this Bounty. Madison County Siipt, cf Srhoofe George T. V.'ilkins \vai in charge of the examinatior. ronducted at Edwarrtsville JUT- tor High School auditorium. R<- sults of the examination will h? announced by the I'niversity <f Illinois, after the papers have been graded there. The applicant srorinj? the hisli- est average in the examinatioip. if otherwise qualified, will rr awarded the county gener il scholarship. The other fiv scholarships offered are o n each in home economics and a riculture courses, and one spelc ial scholarship each for the chi of ft veteran of World War Pot Floor* of Reaut.v and Llfel time Wear Demand the BeM-[ ASPHALT AND VINYL FLOORING Manufactured by Johns-Maitville Install it yourself or we wil do It for you at prlrcs you ca afford to pay. E&E CO. 87 Henry St.. Allon, III. Phone 3-7739 Hurry to IRVIN N. MANEKE Amazing C/ionce to Save 20% FIRST TIMi IN IIOIN'S «o-ri*» Nisrokr See Our Fine Selections IRVIN \Vorld \Var n. and the Korean conflict. Alton sfudpnts writing the examination for the county scholarship were: Dolores Gunner. Don- p.lrt St. Peters RndgPr Rrmvn. Philip Davis. Clyde Morris Jr.. John Lenmon Others from the Alton area . writing for the county scholar- 1 ship only were Bruce Elliott. Godfrey; .Tune Burton, Mitchell; Eugene Lany, Terry Wrest. Charles Mathers. Dennie I-ee Hudson. Thomas Cahoon. Wood River; William Cunningham and Leslie Wiedmvill Jr.. Krtwards- ville. Ted Werner of Edwardsville. William Roherson Jr., of East Alton. Kenneth Rosa:k and Ronald Coffler, both or Alton, wrote the exsminafior for both the county and World War II veteran's descendant scholarships. Competing for the county and agriculture scholarships w e r * Kenneth Wehc-r, Edwardsville; Ronald Schimlewolf. Allon. and Pauline Quim-i. Wood River. Competing for county and World War I Veterans' descendant scholarships were David Waltrip, Sterling Scales and i Nancy Lou Williams, all of Alton; Oeorgene G. Smilh and James Brown, East Allon; David Lee Allen, Wood Kiver. Among others from Ihe area competing and the types of scholarships which they wrote the examination for were: Virgin* Price, East Alton, noun y and home economics; Paul Herlel Jr., Wordon, county, agriculture and War II veterans' descendent; David Lee Harvey. Wood River, War II veterans' descendant; Merry Leach, Allon, War I veierans' descendant; John Gleaser, Alton, county, agriculture and War II veterans' descendant; David Lee t if Be Similar ToWintertypc n? c. B. NEW YtmK JP-tt looks like summer television win he much the same ** tr» winter variety. Snre, some btg name shows and a few others are going on vaca- ions. hut enough will he sticking 'around to keep the picture fairly steady. Most of the hour dramas will continue. So will many of the half- hi-ttr plays. The Theater Guild i Steel) hour will go right through. ! In keeping with custom, so will j the seven-year-old TV theater In its NBC and ABC sections. (he TV playhouse and the Montgomery Theater on MRC. and Studio One with a summer series on CBS, Milton Berle plans his usual vacation, hut Toast of the Town on CBS will keep going. Berle will I wind up his year June 8 after do| ing the last three shows from Hollywood Instead of New York. A- usual Ed Sullivan will lake a rest as guests run his toast series for a few weeks. The Berle replacement hasn't been definitely set. but there is lalk of dividing the. hour between jlwo qui/xies— Jan Murray's Dollar i a Second, which would be mov-fd | from Dtimonl, and Break the hank. A new Arthur Murray series is another prospect. It already has been announced , that NBC's Show of Shows will have the. Saturday Revue as Its replacement for the second year, j Traffic Drnlhft Mourned SPOKANE, Wash. JP~Cily police arc issued black arm hands lo wear for three days after a traffic fatality. It's part of a campaign to cut down auto accidents. Allen, Wood River, county and World War I veterans' descend- anl. JEWELER Authorized Elgin Dealer 17J4 WASHINGTON AVE. ALTON, ILI* NOW ONIT UKUIDC. Shocknusm 17 itwtlt AH 1954/Wodt/,.' NOTHING HELD BACK ok* Yow Choic* .. ffwn Talt* 20% Saying »*CTOtT met IAC DURAPOWER MAINSPRING that Never tfrrafcs \'-^~*' GREAT EVANGELISTIC RALLY DR. U. S. RANDALL, Sinker Pastor, West Park Baptist Church, St. Louis. Mo. Thursday, April 29lh, 7:30 f. M. Upper Alton Baptist Church Inspirational Singing Special Music Evangelistic Preaching FRED HAMEI., Song lender. MRS. EVELYX CMVTO2V, Orranirt. REV. ALF ANDERSON, Pianist. Sptniortd by thi Committii tf Evanfilism of tht Alton Baptist Association Rutherfurt Sets Mew Speed Record with Sinclair Power-X Blazing over the sands of famous Daytona Beach in his Italian Ferrari, Jack Rutherf urd, internationally known speed king, was clocked at better than 136 miles per hour-a new sports-car speed record! That demanding 12-cyUnder Ferrari was power ;d up with rowEft-x-tbe same super premium gasoline sold by your local Sinclair Dealer. For a new high in knock free power in your car, take a Up from the chamf ion. Power up with POWER-X and/«/the difference! ASK YOUR SINCLAIR DEALER FOR SINCLAIR POWER-X SHOPPERS . . CHECK THIS! I •3,000 m PRIZES ill THEM ON DlirUAY IN LOBBY OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK A TRUftT CO. TOTALING 158 SEPARATE GIFTS TO BE AWARDED DURING . .. ALTON'S THURSDAY-FRIDAY SATURDAY APR. 29-30 MAY 1 ANYONE CAN WIN — NO OBLIGATION . .. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY . . . YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE PRESENT AT DRAWING TO WIN! -HERE'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO /us/ walk into ANY ONE OF THE 60 STORES listed below during DOWNTOWN VALUE DAYS and ask for a registration blank. Sign your name, date and the time ol your registration. Names will be drawn for each hour of the day the stores are open fat the end of each day), YOL7 MAY REGISTER EVERY HOUR THAT YOU ARE DOWN TOWN .. *ANY DAY... EVERY DAY... IF YOU WISHI The more times you register the better opportunity you have to win. , DRAWINGS WILL BE HELD AT THE END OF EACH DAY at the CORNER OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.. 3rd and BeJJe . . . Thursday at 5:15 P. M. for people who registered Thursday. Friday'* drawing at MS P. M. for people who registered on Friday and Saturday's drawing at 5;I5 P. M. for people who registered on Saturday. In Addition— ANYONE REGISTERING ON ONE OR MORE OF THE THREE DAYS WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN THE GRAND PRIZE ... TO BE AWARDED ON SATURDAY GRAND PRIZE! -TON ROOM AIR CONDITIONER S 325 oo VALUE COMPLETELY INSTALLED Plus 158 other PRIZES worth more than 53,000 You May Win — Don't Fail to Register!!! REGISTER AT ONE OR MORE OF THESE 60 PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS ** ** " Groceries ALTON NECCHI SEW CENTER Sewing Bosket BARLEFFS Sport Coot BIEO'ERMANS Clock Rodio BOND'S ; 4 Gift Certiticotes BRANDENBERCER'S Wrist Wotch CARL'S SHOE ,..Women's Shoes CARSON JEWELRY 400 Doy Anniversary Clock CHILDREN'S SHOP Stroller COOK'S PAINT ...'. Paint COTTON SHOP Dress DOWNTOWN PHILLIPS' SERVICE STATION Coke Cooler FIRST NATIONAL BANK ft TRUST CO $25.00 Savings Bond CARROT FURNITURE Lamps CATILY'S DEPT. STORE Luggage CRAND THEATER 1 Pass ot Each Drawing GRANT'S Shcsets and Pillow Cases CRIENFIILD CLOTHING 2 Nylon Shirt$-2 ft. Nylon Sock* HOLLYWOOD SHOP s git HUDSON JEWELERS Carving Set and Steok Knives JOHNSTON HARDWARE Toajter KATHIRINE-K SHOP $15.00 Gift Certificate K RES GI'S P»rok»ct, Cage and Stand KRQGER'S , Groceries il Boskets) RIFRICIIATION '....HoMock Chart SHOPS Coordinated Cora 1 Set LodJc$ , 5hortj , MATHEt.MORRISON Fountain Pen and Pencil S«t MAUL'S SHOE ,..„.., 5hoes MWIHUIWITZ * MILLER LIME & CEMENT Point MORRISSEY - KING Men's Wolk-Over Shoes' ARTHUR MURRAY 58 ($25.00) Donee Certificotes NATHAN - MARCUS Sportjweor NEWBERRY'S Conory, Coge and Stand PAUL'S FABRICS Dress Material PETERS' 2 (Mb.) Boxes Assorted Chocolates 5 ($3.00) Decorated Cokes RECORD CENTER Phonograph RIPLEY MUSIC 2 Record Albums SALLE ANN Sportswear SAPOTS Lady's Dress SCHAEFER SALES Yocht Choir-Rocker SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO Portable Radio SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT - Roller Kit SLACK FURNITURE Chair bNYDER'S Luggage STONR BROS. JEWELRY '.Jewelry THRIFT HARDWARE Pressure Cooker THRIFTY DRUG 4 Folding Lawn Chairs TOWNE SHOP Dress-Slip-Tnermq Jacket TRU-VALUE Lady's Preis UNITED MEN'S SHOP Sport Jacket UPTOWN BAKERY Coke VICK'S SHOE STORE ...Ladies' She*, VOGUE Lodies 1 Drift WESTERN AUTO STQRE Lawn Mower WITT ELS SPORTING GOODS • Fishing Rod and teel RADIO STATION WQKZ $25-00 Savina* load WOOIWORTH'S Lggoog. YOUNG'S DIPT. STORE -S*u»

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