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Tuesday, July 26, 1960
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TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THHGK Graduates of Medora High Meet for Reunion tWck Turner MEDORA — Sixty-three graduates attended the reunion of alumni of Medora high school Sunday al Legion Hall representing .'!4 of the 62 graduating classes Families ol the graduates were guests Harold Flicker of last year's graduating class presided. Clii.ises of 1910. 19:;,") and I950 were honored. Graduates of the 1910 class present were: Clinton Aydelott. St. Louis, Elfreth Johnson. Bhmmgham. Ala., Mrs. Theo Ryan Searles, and Mrs. Meda Kitchell Tober. Medora; 19:io class. Irl \V. Reed, Springfield, Paul Odell, Piasa, Mrs. Sarah Flicker Downs. Madison; 1930 class, Mrs. Ruth Cox Fruitier, Alton, Mrs. Jo Ann Rldiey Taylor, Granite City, Mrs. Norma Maple. Milner; Mrs.; Patty Wilton Cameron, Nelson, Milner. Don Cameron, and Paul Quirk. Medora. Gifts were presented to the old- 4-H Speaking Contest Tonight At Carrollton CARROLLTON - The district 4-H club public speaking contest will be held this evening at Carrollton City Hall. Winner of the contest will represent at the tilt area ate the state contest University of Illinois Currnllton Nnlci CARROLLTON - Mrs. Isabelle Graves and Mr and Mrs. Angel Santana of Chicago were weekend guests of Mrs. Graves' father. Theodore Jones, and Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Cleda Berry of Kane and Mrs. John Klmore and Mr. and Roy Reno of Carroll Ion lo Gillespie Friday to at- MrSi urnt tpnd funeral of (he., uncle, esl graduate, Mrs. Lora Lane, East St. Louis, the youngest Harold Flicker. Medora; coming greatest distance. Mrs. Leila < fjpol 'K fl KI|Pt1 Schwallenstecker. Goldsboro, N. -"m Burnett. Stanley Slende- C, a member of the 1945 class, back and Tony Kaiser left Sat- Letters were read from Mil-!urday for Underwood, Minn., to 4 Car* Crash on 67A Near Jerseyville Sunday .IF.RSKYVII.LF One per- in thr Smith r«r sustained in- M»n U-HS hospitalized and a|juries find was removed from number ot others received mi-1the sitr of the accident by .1«- noi- injuries during a font rarVobv Bi others ambulance to Si Joseph'« Hospital in Alton. Others i idint in the Smith ra wprr Klizaheth Moiiison. Bett\ Morrison. Ksther Pcri\ and .loc Louis Wright. As the Smith car collided with the rear of the Mc( lep <-.*•-. a fourth automobile driven uv seven miles south ol ,1ei-spy\-ille aboul 7:.'{(! p.m. Sunday on Rt (i"A. According to thr report ol State Tiooper Aitbur Kdvvaid Kabl ol (ireenlield. who handled the situation the accident; ore-lined when a car driven hyj Rose M. Cirpenvvell ol 2^24 Sunset. Alton attempted to mnke A W. Alton Owen-, ol 81W Highland, crashed into the rear H turn from the highway. ,„,, smith car. Riding with Or. TiiMipet Kahl issued her a pns weir fieorge R. Ripplinu. lukct lor lailint: to signal stop'Tommie Dupree. Odrll Fox P>l- (;r turn. She was driving north ward Mormack. em Rl. H7A and was rtriv ine a Trooper Kahl issued arre-1 vehicle belont'ine to .lack Hill, i,,.^* to both b'duard Smilh A. W. Owens. chaiKint' with following too HoseK another vehicle. Thev are slater] who to appear in .Justice ol the Pence hits- Court in .lerseyv ille Saturday M''- morning at ten o'clock. ton Richardson, Dallas' Tex., Mrs. Erma Beatiley Delapp St. Louis, and 2nd Lt. David Mayes, Lackland Airforce base, It was voted to hold spend a week fishing. Miss Connie Gourley returned Sunday from five weeks in Cal- Texas. | ifornia where she visited her un- the re-|cli> and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Gene "My wife and I have a pretty good system for preventing quarrels. Sam! Whenever we disagree I just sit down with her and listen it out!" Treated for Injuries at Jerseyville Hospital The cat immediately follow- and itm the one driven by Miss them (Irecnuell WHS driven by Mi .Marrell Mc-Gee of Hardin. w;is accompanied b,v her band William MeGee. Mi> (See brought her ear lo a slop in time to avoid a collision with the rear end of the ear driven by Miss Greenwell. A> Mrs. McGec stopped her P ,, r th of Jerseyville were injiii car lo avoid a collision with the Pf | Sunday afternoon in a v i ear of the vehicle ahead, a third car driven by Edwaid Smith ol Alton collided with Ihe rear of the McGee car. Miss Break Bone* In Accident JKRSKYVILLK Tvv ( , pa-- tieipants in motor cycle race- at the American Legion Park union next year at the same Fundel. in Pomona and another time and at the same place. uncle arid aunl. Mr. and Mrs Officers elected for next year Lee Cooper, in Fresno. She also JKRSEYVILLE — Minor accidents occurring over the weekend sent a number ol children to Ibv was treated at the Jersey (.'(immunity Hospital Saturday tor an infection of a puncture wound in are: Paul Odell, Piasa, and Mrs. : visited Sylvia Can-oil Darr, Medora, visited co-chairmen: T. B. Ruyle Jr.,. Hills. Medora, first vice president; i ;vj, ss John Powers, Jacksonville, sec- Qjunty friends in Hollywood Ontario and and Beverly .Jersey Community Hospital emergency treatment. Danny Becker. H. son of Mrs. Ralph Beekei Carolyn Grubb. Greene m . . , . .. ,. ... ville. was helping his father youth assistant, will eo . . .. . nnr i <,ir.o nra^iHont- \ti-v iTvnlvn IT-" n j j L i i-'nange a lire ol) their car Sundav ond vice-president, Mis fcveiyn j o Virginia Wednesday were she Godfrey, Medora Man, 69, Honored at Partv Roberts Walters, Godfrey, sec- wj || \ H , i w fa judge at the Cass retary; Nelson Milner, Medora -County 4-H Club Achievement treasurer. Day. Mrs. Dorothy Brock went to (Jillespie Sunday afternoon to at- j tend the 25th wedding anniversary reception given in honor of MEDORA — A poiluck birth- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Holland, day dinner was given Sunday on Mr ^d Mrs Rj c hard McLane the lawn at the home of Mr. and an( j children returned home Fri- Mrs. Truman Bovvker, honoring day f rom Lawrenceburg. Tenn., Bovvker on his (i9th birthday. where they had been visiting relatives since Monday. A marriage license WHS issued July 25 in the office of Ray Bennett, county clerk lo Donald Charles Hess of Beardstown and Miss .Janet Marie Hobson of Carrol I ton. Mr. and Mrs Russell Wiles and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Painter visited Sunday afternoon and i' at the Harvey Me Adams home. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nash of Bowker. Whie Hall were guests Sunday Huff Family Keiiuion of Mr. and Mrs Froman Holts- MEDORA — The annual reun- warth. ion of the Huff famil> was held Judson Doyle, who is employe- Sunday al the Oni/ed Glub ed in the internal revenue >ei-\- Grounds. 4« lelatives attending, ice in Denver Colo was an ov- A picnic dinner was held at j ernii;ht guest Saturday ol his un- noon. clc and aunt. Mr and Mrs. L. Attending were the families of Dovle, en mute lo Washington. Lester Huff. Harold Huff. Gene D. C.. where he is taking spe- Al- cial schooling lor two weeks. Mrs. Florine McChesney Dawson of Winter Haven. Fla.. arrived Saturday to spend several days as the guest of Mrs. Madelyn Dicke.v Mrs Dawson is a former resident of Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harr and 'afternoon and caught hi. 1 - right hand between the lender and tire. He incurred contusions of the right hand but no traduce was disclosed bv the examination al Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bovvker and family o f Carrollton: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bowker and family, (Godfrey; Mr. and Mrs. James Kirchner and family. Alton; Mrs. Robert Kirchner and family, Mrs. Julia; Bowker, Greenfield: Mr and Mrs. Francis Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bowker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pruitt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry ^. e ™ B _. inl Harding and family, Miss Anna May Bowker. Mr. and Mi's. Truman the hospital and lie WHS dismissed after treatment. Wanda Storey, aged '.', years and 9 month.-, daughter u f Mr. and ' Mrs. John Storey of Jer.sev ville. bad her right foot scraped by the| rubber tire of a wagon al her ( home Sunday arid suffered a bra - sions of the right loot. She was | brought to the Jersey Community i Hospital at 1 p.m. and was treated and released. for I the right foot. The child incurred Ihe injury in the jard of her hom« j Mr. i the previous day when she slipped Kanips-'" 11 a piece of glass. The wound was cleansed and dressed and the patient returned home. Adults Treulitl Gary Dcvi'tiing ol Fieldon was brought lo the hospital Sunday afternoon for removal of a foreign body from his right eye. He 6 Fined For Bout Act Violations was sharpening a sickle at his home when a particle of the duM flf ' u ' ir "° bis eye. He returned borne after treatment. Mrs. Kalherinc Jones of GixJ- frey suffered a severe sprain of the left ankle Saturday when she slipped on a board walk at the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allen of R. L'. Jerseyville. where she was visiting. She was brought to the hide pileup. The accident occurred at l'J:lil p.m. during preliminary tesU. Norberl Nickel ol Shawnee. K;m- Dorothy Williams, a passenger. sas turned his motor cycle ov - ler and during the tall, he suf- jfered an injury ol the right hand \ including a fracture of tlv 1 I thumb. He was treated at lh- ; Jersey Community Hospital and released. Another of the racers. Joe Hurst Ol Aurora. Illinois, was .TERSEYV1LLK Operatives following Nickel and when the of Ihe Illinois Department of.latter's motor cycle went out of Conservation were busy in the control and over turned, he ran waters of Jersey county in the Marquette Park area Saturday and Sunday enforcing the recently enacted Illinois Boat Registration and Safety Act. Six boat operators paid fines during the two-day period lor violations of the Registration an Safety Act. Among those fined Nickel's machine and wrecked his own cycle. Hurst sustained a fracture of the right leg. He was given emergency treatment a! the Jersey Community Hospital and was trans- Icried later by Jacoby Brothers .(ambulance lo St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton lor specialized 11 eat merit. Attend Flynn Family Reunion JERSEYVILLE -- Mr. and Airs. Louis M. Kadell Jr.. and the lalter's sisters. Misses Ji- netle and Nicole Losteter. re- lumed Monday morning Irorn Aurora where they went (»rpptif Historical Socirtv to Meet fARROI.LTON -- AMR. 25 at S p m wa;- set as the date for the next meeting of Greene Conn- tv Historical Six ietv Friday evening in the Historical Museum located in 111' 1 (leers building on the cast sidr- n| the city srpiare. Memhei - of th< society arc engaged in ,i Micinhcrxhip campaign in nrilei 'n insure thnl the society will remain in existence anil a report will be made at the next meeting I. T Whiteside of jEldred. vice piesident. presided Friday evening iti the absence of the president. AtlemlliiK I H (lull < nnu> CARROLLTON- Miss JoAnne Frank Carroliton: Miss Carolyn lloesman White Hall. Bryan Koont/. Ilillview. and Fred Robinson ol Kane went to the 4-H Club Camp al Monlicello this week where they will attend a .junior leadership training camp. Robert Devening of Kane will leave Aug. 1 for Monticello where he will remain until Aug. 5 attending a Wildlife Conservation Camp. Knlcrtnin* n( Dinner CARKOLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. George Jeffrey entertained at a family dinner Sunday at (hen- home. Guests were Mr. and -Mrs Bert Fraser of White Hall: Desmond Fraser of St. Louis. Mr. 'and Mrs. Hal Brock and family | of Mr. and Mrs. 'Gale Brock and family and Mrs. iDorotbv Brock of this city. Fourth Birthday CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs P. M. Geers entertained a group of relatives at their home Sunday evening in celebration ol the fourth birthday of their son. Dennis. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Little and sun ol Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Geers. Mr. and Mrs. Ham Cart- er, of Carrollton and Mr. and Mrs. David Tucker of Wrights. Bo.vd Memorial Honpttftl CARROLLTON — Mrs. Catherine Wright of White Hall and Mrs Margie \\ollenvveber of Cr- rollton were admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital ns medical patients Monday Dismissed from the hospital Sunday wete Oscar Chism of Carrollton and Michael Sihley of Kam»«ville. Dismissed Monday were Mrs. Wanda \\allace and daiiRhler of Fidelity and Miss Eli/ahcth Hyde of Carrol 1 1 on. Hi ft Killed \par E CARROLLTON — Gary Turpin killed two rattlesnakes near Eldred Sunday morning, one 50 inches long and the other 44 inches. The snakes were discovered as Turpin and Ira Dotson returned to their jeep from blackberrying and Turpin shot the large one .just as it was preparing for a second strike at Dotson, having missed him the first time he struck, as Dotson saw the snake in time to step back. The other snake was discovered a short distance awav from the first. Turpin shot both snakes with a .22 rifle. CHEAP Oil, PAINTING HFJ.M FOK Vl:l.H<MI A painting purchased for $70 by an English village doctor and his son-in-law was recently auctioned for $£1.600. Drs. William Dean and Edward Palmer, both art collectors, saw the painting •covered with dirt in a gloomy corner of a dealer's shop in Clacton. Essex. They purchased it and took it to the National Gallery where it was identified as "The Temptation of St. Anthony" by 16th century Venetian artist Girolumo Savoldo. Driverless Auto Rolls, Damages Fence Traffic accidents listed by police over the weekend Included one Saturda> afternoon tfl which a «edan of Otis Berry rolled driverless from a parking place npiir his home at 923 E. Tfh St.. crashing a fence north Of the dwelling of Mrs. Susie L. Glbbs at 635 Spring St. No apparent damage was incmred by the automobile. Listed at 8:25 p.m. Saturday was a collision on State Street hill in which a convertible driven north by Julius R. Brown. 26, of '1323 Washington Ave. was in collision with the right rear fender of a station wagon of John F. Stevenson of 510 State St., parked near his home. The Brown car suffered front fender dam;age. Reported at 2:15 a.m. today was a collision on W. 3rd street ! at Market between a sedan driven by John W. Sclniltz Jr.. 23, of 620 Sheppard St.. and a parked sedan of L. W. Crawford of Route 2. Godfrey. Some fender and bumper damage was done the two vehicles. Police noted that Schultz Jr. apparently dozed momentarily at the wheel. Signal-controlled State-Delmar intersection was scene of a collision at 6 p.m. Sunday between a sedan driven south by Leo M. Springman. 19, of Godfrey Rt. 3, and a station wagon in which Harry Laun of 1212 Hazel St. was starting a left turn. The United Arab Republic now televises, in Cairo, special programs aimed at creating health- mindedness among citizens. WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY ... KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS Claud Davis. S-year-old son ol Jersey Community Hospital where Mr. and Mrs. Claude R. Davis of the sprain was treated and X-rays 127 S. Pearl St., Jerseyville. slid taken to determine the extent of on a piece of glass Sunday eve- her in.jury. ning while playing hall and sus- .John Houseman Honored left JERSEYVILLE Mrs. Imore- gene Houseman entertained at dinner Sunday in celebration of 7th birthday anniversary ol grandson. John Houseman tamed a laceration of the knee requiring sutures. He turned home aller treatment. Michael O'Ncil. aged 7. .son of the Mi 1 , and Mrs. John O'Neill uf Her her lor not having the registration number painted or placed in approved manner on the bow of Ihe vessel were: Louis Merle Bart els of East Alton. S25: William F. Colter of Affton. Mis-' souri. S25: Odell Franklin. St. Louis. Mo.. $25. , „ , ,,_„ .,.,.,,..,1 .... day to attend the annual '•'A complaint was tiled by In- un - on of tne Flynn Family held spector of Law Enforcement C.i, npl . e s un day. L. Keehner of Jerseyville against John Rubbo of St. Louis . charging him with violating the Rural lOUtll U> section ol the Registration and Safety Act which requires two Meet at ('.aiTOlltoil \ VI li j \ ' HOME AND SEW VALUES EXTRA DISCOUNTS OFF GRANTS REGULAR LOW PRICES A ff OUR WASHFAST COTTON PERCALE ; PRINTS FOR HOME AND SCHOOL Huff. Homer' Huff. Eugene len, Floyd Frost. George Smith Jr.. and Kenneth Stanton. Mr. and Mrs Jesse Smith. Bill Huff, all of Medora and Mr and Mrs. Ray Baker. Chesterfield. Former Resident Die* MEDORA — Mrs. Edith iRhoadsi Engle, a former Me- sons and Mrs. Herbert Harr at- dora girl, died at Hill City. S. tended the Harr family reunion C., Friday, according to a wire Sunday at Terry Park in Pal- received by Mrs. A. T. Wilton, myra. Mrs. Engle. Ki. was a daugh- Mrs. John Borlin moved Monter of the late Mr. and Mrs. day from the Borlin residence Ciirey Rhoads of Medora. She where she has lived for the was a graduate of Medora High past M years, into an apart- School. Surviving are her bus- men! in the home of Mr. and band. Ernest Engle. and one sis- Mrs. Leo Geers. The Borlin res- ter. Mrs. Harold (Beryl i of Kearney. Neb. Plcnli Supper who plan to move there soon tO| MEDORA — A picnic supper make their home, on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. David Zumwalt and son. James Mains was held Sunday. David Jr., left Sunday for Ba- Attending wen- Mr. and Mrs. tavia III., where they will be Cleaver Strunk of Bunker Hill, guests for a week of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Shu It/, and Zum wait's brother-in-law and sis- family of Shipman, H. L. and ter, Mr. and Mrs. Diminick Per- Miss Delia Glower. Mrs. Alice |na. Goodwin. i Injured In Accident Medora Notes CARROLLTON — Miss Char-j MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. j lotte Cox, 18. and Miss Joyce Gilbert Hart and daughter, Miss;Cox, 15. daughters of Mr and Mrs. Courtland Cox of Kane, i were taken to Jerseyville Hos-' Ronnie Belitto had an outing at.pital in the Mehl ambulance Sal- Big Springs, Mo., Sunday. urday morning. The girls were: David Greenwood, Larry and Konnie Summers are spending two weeks in Peoria with Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Clark. at approximately 9:30 a.m. Miss! Mi's. Lei a Schwallenstecker | Charlotte Co.x received a back and son, Mike, Goldsboro, N. C., Jin jury while her sister receiv- were guests Sunday evening of led injuries about the face and kele.v. Mo., cut his left band on some object while swimming and wading al Ihe Power Line Subdi vision on I he Illinois River at 1 |).m Sunday He wa> brought to the local hospital where sutures were required to close tin- laceration in Ihe palm ol his left hand. Ferdinand Dav. aged 7. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Arlus Dav of Jei seyville. caught his left foot in a power mower at his home aboul !i:3U p.m. Siilurda). The second loc and sole of his loul were lacer- alcd and the cuts were sutured The patient was dismissed. Lois Chester. '.',. whose mother is Mrs. Mary Chester of Jersev- ol Jerseyville. Guesls included Ihe honoree s parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Houseman. Miss Ida Houseman ol Jerseyville and Mi', and Airs. Donald Dugan ol Alton. (iliests Ht Prjtrlii'tt Hume Here JERSEYVILLE Mrs. Stelin Aclkins of Law renueburg. Indiana and her daughter. Mrs. Carl Annis of Litchfield. III., were visitors Sunday al the home of the former's cousins. Gilbert Piitcliett. Mrs. Chester Meek and Miss Charlotte Meek in Jerseyville. Mrs. Adkins was formerly Miss Stella PritcheM. Mr. and Mrs. Annis are pres entlv residing in Litchfie! ville. Iructured IK T left arm aboul B:I«J p.m. Saturday when "'here Ihe former is with the the car door was slammed on Hi.- National Geodetic Survey Com- arm. A casl was applied at the lo- mission. cal hospital and the child return- fulled Hi-re by Father's Illness ed home. JERSEYVILLE Maurice Vicki Wilson. L'-year-okl daugh- u - Fritz of Los Angeles. Calif, ler of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson &ncl Gordon Fril/!. retired com- Huber idence was recently bought by of J«'rseyville. was brought to Ihe mander of U. S. Air Force, now Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith, nos » ital al ''••& P-'»- Saturday, for ol Fullerton. Calif, arrived in severe abrasions of the left heel. Jerseyville Sunday called by the The injury was received when 111' 1 little girl was riding on the back of a bic.vcle and caught her lelt foot in the spokes of the wheel. She was treated and dismissed. Janice Huff. S. whose mother is Mrs. Dorothy Huff of Jerseyville. competent persons to be in every motor boat which is towing or othenvise assisting a person on water skis, aquaplane or similar contrivance upon Illinois' waterways. Rubbo pleaded guilty Sunday evening belore Justice A. Thatcher and was lined S25 and costs. A line of SH) and costs was paid by Frank Darr of Hazelwood. Mo., for an equipment violation and Guss Smolar of Granite Cit\ was fined S25 and costs under a complaint charging him with not having an approved fire extinguisher in his boat. Other arrest tickets charging ,j violations of Boat Registration and Safety Act were issued for appearance later this week. The arrest tickets during the week- en i were issued by Inspector of C. L. Keeh- Investigator Law Enforcement ner and County Eugene Allen. CARROLLTON — The Greene County Rural Youth will meet 'Thursday evening at the city hall and final plans will be 'made for a steak fry for members and also for a picnic al Marquette Park for all Rural Youth members in Greene. Jersey and Pike counties. Honored at Supper CARROLLTON — LI. Robeit Thien. who is on leave after a tour of duty in Japan, was guest of honor at a picnic supper Sunday evening al the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thien. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thien, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bandy and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Roth and family of Carrollton: Mr. and Mrs. 'Stuart Graham of Brighton. Mr. and Mrs Edward Cause of Wood River. Mr. and Regular 39c H en bolt* YARDS I e Pattern i) — SOc r Versatile percale charms a dreas, pretties your house. Even circle skirts, generously full curtains cost less at this cut price. An unlimited variety of prints and solids for you, daughter. 'GOLDEN THIMBLE' COTTON ... WASH AND WEAR FASHION Mrs. William is and Mr. of St. Lou- and Mrs. Pearl Aduancr Pattern Regular 49e YARD Stocks and daughter of Jersey- iville. serious illness ol their father, Lester Fritz, who is a patient in the Jersey Community Hospital. A new oil pipeline lo be laid in will cost S170.0UU a mile. Marso Bre.ja reports. SUMMER 1 BARGAINS Fashion-educated Golden Thimble, our beat close-woven cotton with stay-fresh finish, easy- sew ways. Even classic patterns become 'high style' in our new shades, designer-look print*. Alary Lou Gross, David Metcalfe, Tom Luketich, Mr. and Mrs. injured, when the car in which | they were riding struck a parked car on the streets of Kane Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Eddleman. Mrs. L. C. Tucker returned home Sunday from Petersburg, where she had been attending camp meeting. Retroactive Order OCEANSIDE, Calif. - The city council adopted a resolution ordering stop signs erected in the Canyon Drive-Short street area. It was considered a must. The signs already had been installed. head. CAW tir* |Sl»« DUKE BAKERY 810 Henry Dial HO8-8B3 1 } FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY in forty Cdwi Open every Nighl 'Til 10 TRASH CAN -~~ WALZ MOTOR CO. RAY MOTOR CO. IOUO t. Bruuduuy Alton Itoud ul WbUfiuw Ave., MouU Hivttr Aluminum FOLDING CHAIR llt'uvy Duty Ueutbcr I'ruof Only *A** 4 SWAN GARDEN HOSE 25 Ft.—Only 50 Ft—Only Power Mowers 2Q" cut, 2'/ 4 h.p. $49.9$ 22" cut, r/t h.p. 554.95 Lawn Rakis Hidfe Shiarj KuUiu I'l.vcri. j Wagons Radio only $14,95 Vulut- $8,98 Bar-B-Que Grill $12.95 Value, 24" $7.96 $24.95 Vol., 24" $14.81 Hood Kli'Vlrir Motor Spit (it-ueral U ALARM CLOCKS 54.99 Value S 3 Many Olhei Values — Ask /or Out Ciicular ALTON HARDWARE 2504 Colle9t (Woihin9toB ft College) . .HO 2*3441 OUR FINEST COTTON CORDUROY STRONG ON BEAUTY AND COLOR - Patient ftegu/or $1 YARD Fine pinwale corduroy passes all color teatl, machine washes, never fadea. Colors: loden, Kil» larney greens, Klondike gold, crimson, etc. Cor* duroy tailors easily for skirts, dressy outfit!. NEW LOW BUDGET TERMS USE GRANT'S WITH A MONTHLY »|Q »|g »£8 130'2WT500 //" PLAN PAYMiNT if ruin YOU MAY HAVi GRANTS FLUFFY COTTON CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Regular 3.19 These sturdy 100'; cotton spreads are fringed, machine wushfust, lonK-wt'ariiiK, need no ironing. 10 decorator hues. Double, twin. 'GRANT MAID' 186-COUNT COMBED PERCALE SHUTS Ktg.3.19 72* I Of" or twin fitted ft*9. 3-39 ai«IOf"«r doubt* tin* They actually coat leas than moat nationally-advertised mutlini. Of long staple cotton. None better! 42x31',}" Cam, lei. f Sc M-| Iw lfc lull/-. ( I U I 205 W, THUD ST,«DOWNTOWN, ALTON \

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