Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1950 · Page 6
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PAGE St* ALTON EVENING TELBQKAPM TMURSMY, Wood River High Students In State Music Contest :>,WOOD RlVERr-One hundred twenty five choral and six band JStlldetUes at East Allon*Wood River Community High School travel to Qulney Friday and Saturday to compete In the Illinois filgh school slate music contest. * The 16 voice madrigal group and three band solo entries who will leave by" school bus at 7:30 Frl- ,<dfty morning are students who won first place at (he district contest nt Hlllsborb In March. Thry will be accompanied by Miss Vera .Tones, vocal Instructor, nnd will stay over Saturday. Band soloists nrc nary Cooper, clarinet; Jimmy Trent, oboe and Gary Nelson, hnss; Madrigals arc Joyce Wells, Rita Hollndny, Donrm Ketchum, Joan Newcomb, Kiln Mae Jennings, Joyce Ann Schrum, Pat Mitchell, Donna Corzlne, Ronald Gllworth, Fred Obermlller, Richard Thomp'son, Lloyd Eden, Dwane Brims, Jerry Veach, John Dl Paolo nnd Ernest. Mahanny. Other bnnd entries and choral groups who will participate Inthelt first contest Saturday will leave by two chartered buses and one school bus nl 4 n. m. Saturday aeconi|inril».'d by Chester L. Hughes, bnn'l (Im-dtii. Miss Ruth Klnlty and Miss LoviHn I'nrker, teachers. Band eniiies include a woodwind trio, by Almn Kistner, Cooper nnd Trent nnd n horn rluet. by Jack Allen and Hny Jack. Appear- Complete Plans For Bnnffis Trip From Wood River WOOD RIVKR — Seventy-five Band Boosters and band patrons recently honored three past presidents nt a potluck dinner and com- nnres of vocal groups are scheduled at 0:10 a. m. for the boys' chorus of 45 voices; 10 a. m. for the choir of 50 voices and 11 a. m. for the girls' chorus of 45 voices. pleted plan* for the band'« trip to the Cotton Carnival at Memphli, term. Honored were Mr*. Alma Lauck, Mrs. Loren Wilson and Everett Ray. Guest* of honor were A Edsofl Smith and H. H. Smith, principal and assistant at East Alton-Wood River Community High School; Wilbur Hltte, grade band director; Chester L. Hughes, high school director and senior* of the band. Bandster* traveling to Memphis will be quartered at the George Vincent Hotel. Booster* who will accompany them include Mr. and Mr*. Hughe*, Mr. and Mr*. Everett Ray, Mr. and Mr*. Merle Manley, Mr. and Mr*. Donald v. Smith, Mrs. Elmer Saxby, Mrs. Leo Wedner and possibly other*. A nominating committee of Donald V. Smith, Everett Ray and Coy Treat were named to present a stale of officer* for election* and Installation* at the May meeting. Named to the auditing committee were Mr*. Merle Manley, Mrs. Allen Nelson and Mrs. Charles Blacklock. Entertainment wa* provided by a quartet of John Elliott, Harold Raines, Donald Smith and E. B. Wiley. Smith and Wiley presented solos accompanied by Mrs. Wiley Band students who performed were Alma Klstner, Jimmy Treat and Gary Cooper, Woodwind trio and Jack Allen and Ray Jack, French horns duet. Birthday Dinner WOOD RIVER—Mr. and Mr*. Robert R. Lakln, Rosewood Heights, entertained at six o'clock dinner Tuesday in honor of their daughter, Nancy, in celebration of her sixth birthday. The birthday motif was carried out. In decorations with a red and white cake as the fable centerpiece. Guests Included Carrie and Marilyn Scrl- bens, Melba Huston, Patty WMght, Doris June AcUp tftd Donfta Frazier. Tfi Attend Club Meeting WOOt) RIVER—Mrs. Joseph Barker, Mrs, Merman Schucler, Mrs. Arthur Cronan, Mrs. Louis Holtman, Mrs. Goebel Knauss and Mrs. Robert Roach are scheduled to attend the Illinois Federation of Woman's Clubs meeting at East St. Louis, Friday, as delegates from the Wood River Garden Club. A novel midget motor scooter Is Austria's latest offering on the vehicle market. 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CHOOSE FROM OVER 100 RITE SIZES 9x7 37.12 9x12 .... 50.40 12x12 .. - - 79.20 9x9 44,55 9x15 ....74.25 12x18 ....118.80 SEARS DAYS ma. 5.19 Sq, Yd. i NEW LOCATION FOR HARDWARE, AUTO ACCESSORIES AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES SfOVED ACROSS FOURTH STREET—OPPOSITE MAIN STORE . THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 19SO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAQS8BVSN Open House Set May 21 at Wood River's Water Plant WOOD RIVKR-One year from I he day the May 21 tornado demolished two water plnnt buildings and destroyed standby pumping equipment, Wood Riverites will havo an opportunity to see work accomplished since then and the plant in operation. Fred Penning, water department superintendent, announced today the water bourd has set Sunday afternoon, May 21, for an open house nt the plant which now has lalest equipment and standby service that can operate any or all parts of the plant rather than one well as previously. Toinarto damage to the plant was approximately $35,000. The two buildings wrecked housed electrical equipment of transformers nnd supplies and standby equipment of a Deisel' engine, tanks and starting equipment. The two structures have been replaced by one larger brick building 5.1 by 34 feet, which Is used as n warehouse and for control and standby equipment. The new building is 10 feet high and contains, as near as possible, a tornado - proof room of <reln- forced brick and concrete, measuring 27 by 17 feet. Construction began in November and will be'com- plete by open house date. Stntr tornado relief funds were used. The new equipment offers better service according to Penning. Con- trols are of the latest type and the plant operates automatically. The storage- tank now has a variation of only three feet, or is within three feet of being full at nil limes. Immediately after the t,ornndo, cooperation of the local plumbers union enabled the department to got standby equipment in operation long enough to supply a limited amount of water until the following day, Sunday, when tlio Deisel failed to ojierate nl 0 n. m. Power then wns restored throu^n efforts of electrical contractors, Illinois Power Co., nnd the elec- Wood River Eagles Seek Home Site WOOD RIVER — Fraternal Order of KnRles, Aerie 2773, ncted Tuesday to Investigate real estate Iriclnns union so that the plnnl wns put into operation by 5:30 p. in., Sunday. Water board members are Wilbur F. Stevens, city engineer; t'nul Worcester, sen-clary; Ralph Wilbur nnd Penning. for fl future honi6 In Wood River and to organise an Auxiliary to the Wood River Aerie. Appointed to check possibilities and proper location of real estate (or a future home In Wood River were William Hanfelder, chairman; Steve Klszley, Charles Lenhart, George Harsnbargcr, John Rogers, Kenneth Hanfelder and Louis C. Tribout, Hanfelder, president, Is mailing oul notices for wives and daughters of Kagles to meet 'at the lodge hall at 2:30 p. m. Sunday, lo express themselves on fortnatlon of an auxiliary and tq gain data on requirements of such ft woman's group. , Officers recently elected who will be Installed In June include John Rogers, worthy president 1 , Fenton Van Camp, worthy vice president; James Bull, worthy chaplain, Jesse Scarborough, worthy treasurer; George Marsh* barger, worthy conductor; Charles Lenhart, Inside guard; Hugh Major, outside guard, and Ted Burrls, trustee. Hanfelder becomes Junior past, worthy president. Ralph Harper will continue with his thrcb-ycar term as treasurer and other trustees are Kenneth «nd ^Wm WatfMt, Kagles hftvt d!8fn«rtttW : thi fcflt« ing ring and aft fflWtnt #S«T{i« ment used by about 90 Wyt lot winter training to the ft&w ttfftd* ing at the South Roxant Cads' Club Park where tfftlttfttg Will B*/ carried on throughout the *umfn« A number of the trainee* fought in the aolden Gloves tournament at St. Louis. The Dominican Republic Is pre* paring for a record tourist influx this year. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS SAVE EXTRA ON THE NEW FAMOUS REG. 44" KENMORE TRIPLE-ACTION VACUUM CLEANER XTRA SPECIAL! 1 Case of Coca-Cola Included With Purchase of Any Coldspot! SEARS APPLIANCES YOU NEED! NEW STORE HOURS FRIDAYS ONLY...9 TO 9 P. OTHER DAYS....9 TO 5 P. M TAKE ADVAKTAOC OF P| SEARS EASY TERMS... 'I CfOlWQfnOIYf AAdmlly ' on PunehoMs of $20 or SAVE EXTRA! ^_ i •• m^_^ l ^mt ~^mi^^ BIG 8.5 CU. FT. COLDSPOT With Your Old Cleaner 4.00 Down 5.00 Month Save 12.07 During Sears Days SEARS DAYS SAVINGS 249 88 ONLY $10 DOWN 12.00 Month on Sears Easy Terms (Usual carrying charge) WOULD BE 279.95 IF CARRIED IN OUR REGULAR STOCK Features Big 41.3-lb. Across The Top Freezer Chest Twin Crispers of Porcelain Enamel Store 23.3 Quarts PERMA-THRIFT UNIT - 5 YEAR PROTECTION PLAN • Exclusive Humiderator for 4-Way Moist Control Adjustment • Fresh Meat Storage Drawer- Chrome Finish Shelves PHONE 3-5511 For Free Home Demonstration At No Cost to You! • POWERFUL | H.P. MOTOR • DOME LIGHT FOR DARK CORNERS • FINGER-TIP ON-OFF SWITCH Insist on triple action cleaning for the best cleaning! Powerful Kenmore beats, brushes, all in one sweep. Rubber mounted motor, never needs oiling. Complete with 20-ft. cord and plug. SEE IT-TRY IT-BUY IT! KENMORE CLEANER COMBINATION FEATURING SEARS 1950 TANK-TYPE CLEANER COUPLED WITH THE KEN-KART! REG. COMB. VALUE 77.90 Save 17.95 59 95 fi.OO Down 5.00 Month Your Old Cleaner Ken-Kart, cleaner and attachments mounted as ONE unit ... has everything needed for ALL cleaning! • Modernized, beautiful cleaner has chrome trim. This new combination cuts cleaning time , . . saves extra steps—AND gives you a unit you'll be proud of for years! Come in! See it! Try it! Then compare Sears low, low price today! You Save 10.00 KENMORE IRONER and CHAIR 149 .88 Both For fi.OO Down 7.00 Mouth For the price of the ironer alone you get this 10.00 tubular steel health chair at no extra charge. See all the superior features of this Kenmore ironer, now! Would Be 119.95 A -w -. ,, n. i, *. ? •, ,v w<j k ,«,, ; WASHER Now you tave 20.07 t 99»8 ONLY $5 Month on Start Easy Tirmt (Uiual Carrying Charge) A winner for beauty of design, for practical hard work — for ease in operation. Giant oversize tub washes up to 9-lbs. In one load. Big 2|-inch rolls with built-in Push Bar release. Six vane agitator provides gentle water washing action. Sto> this Kenmore demonstrated at Sears. SEARS DAYS—SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE! SAVE 10 ° 7 ! COLDSPOT 7,6 CU. FT. FREEZER! CHECK THESE POINTS! f Attachment* are with you ulwuy*! No (umbUwg! groping 4n clowtn! t Jii-iimoro Ik sold ONtV by Seurs! Price cut during Sears Days! New 1950 Coldspot Freezer freezes and stores 266 Ibs. food in small 42 by 28-in. floorspace, Porcelain enamel interior, new Superdense Fiberglass insulation! Automatic controls! Xtra special! $10 frozen food. 1 gal' ice cream with purchase of any size freezer. COME IN! SEE THIS SEARS DAYS VALUE! SAVE 16"! KENMORE NEW ELECTRIC RANGE Reg. Price Is 219,95 , Sears Days. Only HUKRY! PRICES REDUCED DURING SEARS DAYS! 42-IN. GRIDDLE-TOP KENMORE GAS RANGE 209 MMWpfaed* It's automatic, it's cool, it's economical. Big 41 inch range with Robotimer control. Has TOP or WELL unit, big 18" insulated oven with visi-bake door window. Automatic warmer for serving dishes. Adjustable broiler. Telescopic oven racks. Price Would Be 274.96 If in Regular Stock 258 ALTON, ILL What great savings if you buy during Sears Days on this new-a$tomorrow range! Cast aluminum griddle top extra convenient, gives you 5th burner! Exclusive Thermo-disk units for better cooking! Big 20-in. wide oven. 309 PIASA Phone 3-5511 Sav» 20.07! Rig, Prill Would Be 179.96 159 FREE PARKING FOR CUIT<

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