Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1954 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 27, 1954
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TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1954 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Current E on Alton cnts and Roamifi' the Piasa Country With HAROLD DcmMed In 8H# Some persons say that everytime -.•J' siory is, retold, the fish -ains in size and no exception was a six-pound bass landed hy M., (Marty Kstcs. 627 E. Fifth St., nhmit Ihren years ago. The other rtay Estes claimed that the bass gotten that he weighed 12 pounds but he had tor- was telling some fri«Tds who had ««en the fish. After Estes PLUM8£ I JACKS AND JILLS, L tM0S£ltAKS INCREASE YOUR WATER BfUS RYNDERS 2 741 4 ..ALTON, I [ Pole-and-line during early s was convinced by I his friends thst the fish weighed [ 'iOnly six pounds, (IP commented! ! that he is no\l suffering from a 1 "let down Window Tasting fishing in the river ring months is not always too successful, according to Dr. W. B. 'Vynkoop DDS, 1300 Alby St. He and Elmer Faulstich of Grafton trie! fishing near there a few months ago without receiving a nibble. ; Faulstich's home Is near the river and he hals said that during high water, all he has to do is raise a window and toss a line out to enjoy fishing. RlvJ>r Report The fish ar<J biting in the Mississippi River, ([specially during the past few weeks, reported Real Raymond, fish 1 market operator at the foot of Henry St. Power Boutins Enthusiast The Patricia, a 24!4-foot cruiser named after trie wife of Allen Barnerd, 334 Dr^ St., was launched Saturday at Clifton Terrace harbor. Barnerd purchased the boat recently and plans to explore the waters of Altoh Lake and also the THE CAR OP TOMORROW A MI HIRE TODAY S FOR • «8" 2-Deef Stdon rfcllvt leeallyj >tat* and local lax« extra. Leaded with looks! Packed with powerl Ste and drive the new 1954 "Rocket" bldsmobile- f/>e vo/w« buy of thm year/ Your prlc» d«p*nd> upon choict of model and body itylt, optionor«d,uip- m«nt and occ»nori«i. Prlcci may vary illghlly In adjoning eommunitlti b«- caut* of (hipping chargti. All prices tubject lo change without notice. Check our eeiy budget termil . I°UR OLDSMOBILE DEA WALZ MOTOR CO. RAY 1000 Efldt Broadway Edwardsville Alton, III.' Wood ngjhc certmeny. Hie Clrete'a membership mm touh hyi. M.gSnut£ C8l "" >vme •»"*«*• pool above VVinfield dam. He is a veteran sai'boat skipper and is familiar with river navigation. However, ho has joined the ranks of many other skippers who have changed from sails to power boating. OeorglR Invader When Curt Robertson of East Alton commented in this column a few days ago that if residents ol Georgia were offended by any of this writer's statements, they would come in person, instead of sending letters, he wasn't fooling. George Lavin of Atlanta, Ga.. a boat factory representative, who was in Alton visiting a dealer, telephoned us fall in fun) to verify Robertson's statement and to say that he carried a special shotgun with two barrels, one for sigging and one for sagging. Therefore it was unlikely that he would miss any moving target. One of these days we'll learn to keep our mouth shut and wear mittens on our typing fingers. Of course, if we were to be crowded, we could always sludy Civil War Gen. Sherman's methods. Personal Nolr.s A scarchc for mushrooms on Scotch Jimmy Island Saturday resulted in a score of one toadstool for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bregcnzer of Godfrey. A number of choice mushrooms were found by Mr. and Mrs. Mar shall Cox, 418 Cliff Avo., in a hoi ow adjacent to their home. They lave found mushrooms there every season for years, Mrs. Cox re- oortod. Every season boatowncrs recondition their craft, and Victor Mans of Godfrey plans to varnish his inboard runabout and replace the bronze driveshaft with one of stainless steel as it is less likely to bend under strain. Forest rires in the United States annually blacken an area :he size of Pennsylvania. Telegraph Want Ads "Click 1 ER TODAY I — MOTOR CO. Rd. at Whitclnw River, III. , HEADACHE I Whin your hold .chM ind iwrvra I Fnflow l "lt'»*l pl 'id i * 1 * uiel '-. r *" rfwl ' tl > I I >ll drug Atorm. , l»b.l-.void < fm(. l"iv« UH. Al Liquid CAPUDINE YouII need plen "Soap V Watir tyof Summer Sla cks You'll mak* friends instantly with this dll-rayon fabric that has the expensive look of Irish linen. And you'll be amazed at the way these smooth-tailored slacks resist wrinkling. Strongly fade-resistant, they're guaranteed washable (shrinkage less than 1 '/. ). Big range of smart summer colors, including high shades. At this low price, you can afford several pairs. $ SIZES 29 TO 46, REGULARS, LONGS, SHORTS, Godfrey Scouts Spend Night at Lindley Farm •»v.-GODFREY. — Boy Scouts of Troop 45 enjoyed «n overnlgljt camping trip to the Sam Lindley farm north of Godfrey Saturday and Sunday. ThP trip "-as planned principally for the boys to have a good time but « number of the scouts took advantage of the opportunity to pass requirements for advancement. A council fire was enjoyed Saturday cveninp and the group held church services Sunday morning. The scouts who attended the camping trip were: Tom Powers, Jlmmio Clark, Ray Hughes, Freddie EhJcrs, Don Beard, Harold Byrd, Harold llorsley, Tom Zigrang, Kenny Kloos, Dave Czcrny, Jerry LaRomnnn, and Brady Iveslcr, and tho scoutmaster, Dowcy Summers and assistant scoutmaster, Alvie Brcit- welscr. TnnwRp, DRIICO GODFREY. - The Godfrey American Legion and Auxiliary will sponsor a teenage dance at he Legion Home on Rt. 100 Wednesday night. Dancing will be rom 8 until 11 p.m. to the music Ch«rlle Crockett's Orchestra. All teenagers are welcome to uttend the dance. The Legion and Auxiliary, plan to nerve ham burgers and soda at. the food itand. Civic Group of Godfrey Meet? GOTlFRKY. - The month!' meetinfj of the Godfrey Town- 'hip Civic Association was held Monday evening in lhf> Civi Center. I>. \V. W. Kmons prr sided nf the- merlins: in (he ah senceof the president, Sam Lind ley. It was reported that Ihe Knste, R h\int sponsored hy the Association was attended hy 271 ehtl dren. Reports were given on the meeting of the retail clerks noli in the Civic Center Sunday. Twi meals were served to the groin hy the members of the Assoria lion. Miss Agnes Hyndman reporte on new kitchen equipment pur chased for the building. The film, "God Is My Land lord," was shown at the close c the brief business session. Cancer VnnA Drive Set GODFREY. _ The women < Ihe Summerfield School Paren Teacher Association plan to can vnss Ihe Summerfield dlstrir Wednesday afternoon for th Cancer drive. The women wi alt canvass their assigned sec —"—^—^™^^™™™«^^^^^««»^^«^^M Get Ready for Spring LAWN MOWERS COMPLETELY RECONDITIONED O99* By Factory Trainid Expirts All Blades Machint-Qround Adjustid to Factory Specification* All Blaring* Clianed, LubricaUd Pickup and Dtlivary (small extra chart*) Phone 3-5511 Sears Customer Service Dipt Parts Extra If Needed— Sntl.fnctlnn Ounrnntced. Power Mowers 7.99 and Up Satisfaction Guaranteed SEARS Alton 309 Piasa Godfrey Girl Feterl On fttnlri Birthday GODFREY. — Carole Mac farlton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .T. Charles Carlton, observed her ninth birthday with a theater party Saturday afternoon. The guests gathered at the C.irlton home early Saturday afternoon and were taken to see the movie, ".lack and the Bean- stnlk." with Abbott and Costello. After the movie the group returned to the Carlton home, where Carole Mae opened her nniversary gifts. A birthday supper was served to the guests with a salad plate arranged In Ihe form of a doll, and a birthday cake and Ice cream. Guests nt Ihe party included Sharon Adair, Sharon Orrill, Sandra Carson. Jonnn Ritchie, Marilyn Horsley, Ida Fayo Brecht, Marlenc Roberts, and Carole lions at the same time and expect to be finished In a short period. Mae's sisters, Kathleen ffl4 tilt* da. ; - ReM~Tel«gf«ph Want Ad* Dtiljt Sto Drugs f or i Constipatiti e«trtti For constipation, «wrwfceh»Bh«lftlJSk They came brutal cramps artd disrupt normal howel teflon, peated dos« s«m needed. $ hen you are temportril* pared, get sun but fntle relief-MtiCftOHt UIM. without htrsh drugs. T*k* TfK C*ldwell'« Sennt Laxative contiiWd ftl Smip Pepsin. The extract of fcrMrt M Dr. CaiaweH 1 * is ant oftbt ftitstMUm uxntnts known ro medicine. 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