Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 28, 1954 · Page 23
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1954 South Bosdna Dads' Antiliary Feted SOUTH ROXANA - The Dads' Club Auxiliary met Monday evening in the part building. A social followed the brief business meeting conducted by Mrs. Julia McNabney. At the business session the homecoming was discussed and the club will sponsor the refreshment stand with Mrs. McNab- ney as chairman assisted by Mrs. Maida Johnson. Prizes for games at the social went to Mrs. Martha McNabney, Mrs. Pauline Binney. Mrs Maida Johsnon and Mrs. Julia McNabney. Hostesses were Mrs. Betty Oldham and Mrs. Dorothy Johnson. New plantings may boost Peru's 1954 coffee crop to 9.000 tons, up 500 from 1953. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK! i Gov. Strattoti Confers With President TnesHay WASHINGTON /P-Gov. William IG Stratton had a conference Tuesday with President Eisenhower, bw declined to tell newsmen what the two discussed. Stratton is attending a meeting of all state governors here. Me was invited by the White House to drop in for a chat with the president. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Obituary Mrs. Mary Bauer JOHNSTON HDWE CO, GREENFIELD — Mrs. Mar y Catherine Bauer. 96. widow of Louis W. Barr. died at 1:30 a. m. today in Boyd Memorial Hospital. CarroWon, where she had been moved by ambulance from the home of her daughter. Mrs. Lucie Meng, in Greenfield, eight days Downtown Value Days THURSDAY-FRIOAY-SATURDAY APR. 29-30-MAY1 PORCH SWINGS Heavy oak construction with chains and hooks. •-ft. 4-ft. l I I - so DECK CHAIRS Wood frame, folding, canvas '3 back nnd 14.49 •cut STEAMER CHAIRS Child's .. $2.29 rge .. $3.79 k Largo .. $4.29 DECK CHAIRS Steel, Folding-, cnnvng •eat and $0.75 back 0 CAMP STOOLS Strong, well made 98C Hot and Cold Jug* S.75 CARRYING ICE BOXES Fine for plenlo, flthlnf, camping, eto. I|Q5o to , 2 g 88 SPECIALS Lint John TumbUr Sit Plastic, assorted colors. 8 In set. Reg. $3.00. SA.19 Special £ COFFEE MOTTLES Fine for coffee, goups, etc. Regular $4.98 ' $A.«9 Spnclnl 0 PYREX DINNERWARE SET Colored borders. 16-plcce »et. Special $8.95, Ml. 19 CORY COFFE MAKER Automatic. Chrome bottom, Glass Top. lie*. $9j|.19 $37.00, Special Sunbeam Automatic COFFEE MAKER METAL TOP OR GLASS Bootinwan Dinner Sit Non-breakable plastic. $ft.29 Reg. $13.50. Special ... Universal PRESSURE COOKERS 4-quart Aluminum Reg. $13.50 Special Fastway WATER HEATERS Drop In bucket, tub or wash basin. Hot water in a $9.48 jiffy. Reg. $2.95. Special * WADING POOLS Plastic, decorated, safe, non- FIBRO PAPER DROP CLOTH Saves hours 01 cleaning tip. Kine when painting. $ 1.19 9' x 1 ?.' I ADJUSTABLE SCREENS 12-inch 18-inch ftR A 096 15-inch I I -00 $ 1.25 $ 1.50 I 24-lnrh I 28-Inch 24-Inch $ 1.65 . 1. BARBECUE OVENS Foldo easily to go in car trunk CHARCOAL * 5-lb. package 4Sc 10-lb. Briquets $1.25 20-lb. Briquets $2.25 H. K. JOHNSTON HDWE. CO. i We Give Eagle Stamps State and W. Broadway DIAL 3-6661 FIEE lEUIEDY Stainless Steel Outdoor Cooking Equipment Hamburger Grills ... $1.50 Red Hot Roaster ... $1.29 Extension Forks $1.15 Barbecue Spoons ...$1.15 Barbecue Forks 79c A daughter of the late William and Margaret Dawson Alhin, she i was born Nov. 19, 1875, in the ! Bethel community, oast of Green- 1 field. She was married Aug. 2. 1878. I to Louis W. Bauer, and after her I husband retired from farming in | the Western Mound Township, Macoupin County, they moved to Greenfield, 35 years ago. Her husband died March 21, 1934. Tn recent years she had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. ^Mcng. The eldest of nine children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albin, she is survived by four brothers, John of Davenport, Wash., Ira, Kansas City. Mo.; Louis B., and Charles of Clinton, Mo. She also leaves seven children, William of Grand Rapids, Mich., Grover, Virgil, Mrs. Ana C. Richardson and Mrs. Meng, Greenfield; Mrs. Margaret Wood, Carlinville; Mrs. Minnie Turner, Columbus, O. One daughter preceded her in death. Mrs. Bnucr was a member of the Methodist Church and the 1 Rev. George Mayo, pastor of the Greenfield Church, will officiate at funeral rites Friday at 2 p. m. at the church. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. The body is at Shields Memorial where friends may call until 1 p. m. Friday when the body .will be taken to the church. C. L Wenzel Clarence L. Wenzel, 61, a railroad engineer with New York Central for 34 years, died at 3:20 p.m. Tuesday in St. Anthony's Infirmary following an illness of several months. Wenzel became ill last Dec. 18, and had been on leave of absence because of illness since then. He entered the infirmary eight days ago. A life-long resident of Alton area with exception of 1hree years irt Indiana, he was born June 6, 1892, in Godfrey Township, on a farm on Humbert St. Rd;, where he was residing at time of his fatal illness. His parents were the late Henry and Mary Ann Cannavan Wenzel, members of old Alton area families. Following his marriage Wenzel resided in Alton, but after the death of his father he returned to the Wenzel farm on Humbert St. Rd., where he had _since made his home. While in Indianapolis he met and married Miss Gertrude Elizabeth Zedaker, who survives him. He was in military service during World, War I and had served as bugler with the Army overseas. He was a member of Alton Post, American Legion, and of Veterans of Foreign Wars, and of Old Cathedral parish. His railroad career began be- SINGER Floor Samples AND Demonstrators lEWWIMIuet Visit, phone or write now SINGER SEWING CENTER — ALTON BUAMV ».«!» 212 STATf ST. PHONE 3-6313 fnre he entered military sen-ice when he was with the Erie Railroad for a short time. Upon his return from Army duty he began work with New York Central and had been an engineer on a transfer run between East Atlon and Lenox. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Lo comotives and Engineers. Surviving in addition to his wife are a daughter. Mrs. Carl E. Anderson of East Alton; two sons, Clarence Jr., Hannibal. Mo., and Oliver, who is at home: three brothers, Merl T., of Cottage Hills; Raymond, Bunker Hill, and Harry, Alton; a sister, Mrs, Lila Lahey, Davenport, la.i and four granddaughters. A sister, Mrs. Althea Bullman, died last September. The body is nt Streeper Funeral Home where friends may call after 7:30 p.m. today. Funeral rites will be conducted Friday at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church after which interment will take place in St. Patrick's Cemetery. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Thursday. Miss A. Stoldt BUNKER HlLL-Miss Augusta Stoldl. a former resident of Bunker Hill, died Tuesday at a nursing home in Tremont, 111., where she hnd been a patient for the past seven years. Miss Stoldt, who was born In Bunker Hill and had resided here the greater part of her life, went to Pekin nine years ago, nnd later entered the nursing home at Tremont. She had worked for a number of years as a secretary at the J. C, Penny stores in St. Louis, Mo. Her only immediate survivor is a brother, Carl, who resides at South Pekin. Funeral riles will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Kueck's Funeral Home, Pekin, after which the body will be brought to the Jacoby firm at Bunker Hill for committal services. William Primas EDWARDSV1LLE '- William Primas, 83. a retired'farmer, died at 4:30 a.m. today at his home in Glen Carbon. Born March 21. 1871, at Glen Carbon, a son of the late William and Mary Sasek Primas, he was PAGE TWENTY-THREE Th« German Federal Railway has lost money faster and faster in recent months. Australia wfH award $11,350 to the man who discovered its newest uranfom field. OATS Thirt,, Fri, Sal. The new Fordson Major Dlcso! tractor, mnnnfae- (tired by I«ortt Motor Co., ttd., of England, h beta* jntroducpd In <ho United States by Ford tractor dealers. The orange and blue dtesel weigh* approximately 5,000 pound* and has six forward and two reverse speeds. The four cylinder overhead valve engine has a compression ratio of 16:1 and a 220 eu. in. piston displacement. The tractor is on display at CAKTKR WlOS. Tractor and Equipment Co., 8500 K. Broadway, Alton. YOUNG - READY TO TRAIN PARAKEETS The family will be thrilled with one of these adorable funsters. They're saucy birds. Easy Jo tfedft arid ftiok* affectionate companions. Select the prettiest from our large grdup ....... URGE SELECTION Of CAGES married May 30. 190-1, in St. Louis to Theresa Bouril, who survives. Also surviving are five children, 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The surviving children arc William, Jr., Joseph and Lawrence- Primas, all of (lion Carbon; Mrs. Edgar (Lucille) Holtmann of Edwnrdsville and Mrs. Albert (Marie) Soil, Froehall, N. J. He wns a member of St. Ce- ceita's Church at Glen Carbon. Friends may call at. Straube Funeral Home from 7:30 p.m. Thursday until 8:30 n.m. Saturday, when the body is 1o be taken to St. Cecelia's Church at Glen Carbon for funeral services nt 9 o'clock, followed 'by burial in Sunset, Kill Cemetery. I'cron BUENOS AIRES, Argentina JP— President Juan D, Pcron's government has freed four opposition Radical party leaders arrested after the sweeping Peronista election victory over the weekend. The government said Pcron had ordered the men Irced Tuesday. They Included Crisologo Larraidc, defeated for the vice presidency n Sunday's voting, and Ricardo Salbin, trounced by Pcron in tho 1D51 presidential race. We Give Eagle Stamps College & Washington THIES DRY GOODS THE CORNER STORE OF QUALITY FABRICS" %OFF ON ALL CHILDREN'S SPRING GOATS! TERRY CLOTH $< 19, White, Cold, Maroon yd. TUBALIN * Reg. 1.49 $125 I yd. Reg. 2.98 Men's Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS . $1.69 lie*. 3.S9 Men'» Pyramid BLUE JEANS . . $1.99 Keg. 7flc Value TOWELS . 2 - $1.00 GROUP OF MATERIALS! 59 Values up to $1.00 t Buddy Chambray • Checks • Stripes f Plains, Pique * [Gingham • Glazed Chambray I (Stripe) Printed Plisse in Sport Patterns 10 Owen Farthing Funeral Services Following services Tuesday at n.m. in the Church of (he Niraireno. Roxana, the body of Owen Kin-thing of Ro.vana was aken to Nebo, for rites at 2:30 P.m. in the Church of (ho Na/- irene there. Hurial was in tuntor Cemetery, near Nebo. The Rev. J. If. white, ns . misled by Dr. O. J. Finch and he Rev. J. Y. Jones, rend services at Roxana. At. the Nebo Church the Rev. White and the Rev. Paul Deal conducted rites. Kelly, with Mrs. J. H. Vhllo ns nccompnnlst, sting nt )olh services. Pallbearers wore Clnrence Rynn, Chnrles Hnrbke, Rawlolgh Jill Is, Harold Sheppnrd, Jnmcs Valkcr, nnd Wiltnrd Winstend. CANNON TOWELS 22x40 inch 59c 2 $l.oo For I WASH CLOTHS TO MATCH .... lOe LADIES' SLEEVELESS BLOUSE $1.39 Value On Sal* 99 FANCY CUPS and SAUCERS In 8 Patterns. Snlo Trice for Roth ........ 23 BLUE WILLOW DINNERWARE CLOIEOUTI CUP with SAUCER .. 19c 4V4-inch FRUIT 13c 6-inch OATMEAL .... 17c 7!4-lnch PLATE ..... 17c 9Vi-lnch PLATE 33c TEAPOTS 98o W. THIRD AT PIASA KRESGE'S 3RD AND BELLE IN DOWNTOWN ALTON Downtown Value Days THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY APR. 29-30-MAY 1 New Season DRESSES for ..*!• A; fresh new special pur- cfcase group in a wide variety of novelty styles and in the season's most popular washable fabrics. Save more 3re Ay buying two. Sizes to 15 and 12 to 20. BLOUSES For Spring and Summer Cutest cottons in a variety of styles, both solid colors and prints. Wear for every occasion, whether with your suits for dress, or with shorts for play. Sizes 32 to 38. WOMEN'S SHORTS JERSEY GOWNS GIRLS' SUN DRESSES Novelty styles in denim and twill — extra value. Rayon knit, lace trimmed, in pretty pastels. Several styles in cotton prints. Sizes 3 to 6X. PANTIES Nylon and Rayon Tricot knits in either foncy locf trimmed or tailored sryl«, white or pastels, loth nylon and rayon in smqll, medium and large. For I9c value .00 NYLONS 60 Gauge, IS Denier PERFECT QUALITY The new spring shades in high - twist, low- luster — for greater wear and luxury sheer* ness. Sizes 8 Vi to 11. Pr. 3 prs. $2.00 91-29

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