Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 5, 1950 · Page 5
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January 5, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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THURSDAY, JANUARY I, If JO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Girl Suffers Burns At Meadowbrook MEADOWBROOK, Jan. 5. (Special)—Jo Ann Baker, 13, sxtffered first and second degrees burns on both legs after she upset a pan of boiling water, Saturday night. The accident occurred at the home' of her sister,. Mrs. John Simpson. She Is the daughter of Mrs. Rose Baker. Teenage Group Party MEADOWBROOK—Four young women gave a party New Year's eve In the school auditorium. They were Eleanor Fee, Marilyn Bonnell, Mary Lou Cardwell, and Shirley Lucas. Games and dancing furnished the entertainment during the evening, after which refreshments were served. Thirty-four teenagers were present. Out-of-town guests Included Stephen Albright, Cottage Hills; Mary Lou Glassmeyer, Alton; Lynn Bond, Hartford; and "Frog" Durham, Bethalto. Have New Year'* Party MEADOWBROOK—Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bond entertained a group at LOOK You Can Buy A USED Guaranteed REFRI8ERATOR FOR . . DAY PUT YOUR QUARTER IN THE METER NO DOWN PAYMENT COME IN AND LET US EXPLAIN IT'TO YOU Each quarter you put In the meter applies to your account. When your account !• paid the meter Is removed and refrigerator Is yours. LANDLORDS — Your tenants would appreciate this. RLTOn REFHiaERRTIOn 550 E. Broadway Dial 3-7722 Rickey Accept* Of Greene Bank CARROLLfQN, Jan. 5 (Special) —Robert Rlchey, Newburg, tnd., IBS accepted a position In the Jreene County National Bank of his city and began his work there Tuesday. Rlchey Is a former cashier Of the bank at Carml and prior to coming here was employed as^ec* retary and treasurer of the Coy Oil Co. He has been elected vice president of the local bank. His wife and four children plan to make their home here as soon as a place of residence Is available. Entertains at Dinner CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Scott entertained at dinner at their home Monday evening honoring Frank Shannon, Boulder, Colo., who was visiting relatives here. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Farrelley, Mrs. Eva Robinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ciller of this city. Entertains at family Dinner CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klrbach entertained members of their family at dinner New Year's day at their home. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Conrad and family, Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Best and son of Eldred, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Staples and children, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hartway and children of this dty. New fear's Dinner CAfcftOLLToN — Mr. and Mrs. Hartman entertained at a tew Year's dinner Sunday at their iome. Quests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hartma'n, Kampsville, Mr. md Mrs. Herbert Hartman, Miss Svelyn Thten, and Miss Virginia Graham of this city. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. 3. L. Carroll and daughters left Monday for their home in Salem, Vtass., after a visit here with Mrs. their home on New Year's eve. Bowling and dancing furnished en tertainment. The guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goebel, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Witt, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Shulte, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fee, Mr. and Mrs. John Barko, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Shep pard, Mrs. Bernice Schoeneweis and Mr. and Mrs. William Steeh linger, of Meadowbrook; Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Thompson, Hartford; Conrad Hecker, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. James Witt, Rosewood Heights; and Miss Catherine Bond, Staunton. Entertain at Dinner MEADOWBROOK—Mr. and Mrs. Eno Voyles entertained at, their home with a New Year's day dinner. Their guests Included their daughter's and families: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Phillips and daughter, Rosewood Heights; Mr. and Mrs Wilbert Evans, Bethalto; and Mr. and Mrs. William Wassman, Meadowbrook; their sons and families; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Voyles and family, Bethalto; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Voyles and family, Meadowbrook; and Irvin Voyles, Hanna City. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs, Claude Evans, and Bill Fairless Bethalto: Bud Clark, Maple Park and Miss Ethel Henderson, Alton, Give Party MEADOWBROOK—Mr. and Mrs Clarence Knoche gave a party at their home New Year's eve. Cards furnished the evening's entertain ment. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs William Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Har old Glhring, and Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Steehlinger, Meadowbrook Miss Jo Ann Davis, Champaign and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bertels Dorsey. Entertain at Dinner MEADOWBROOK—The couple present at bowling Monday nigh' were Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Brown Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bond, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reed, Mr. and Mrs Nelson Weger, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Schoeneweis, Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Knoche, Mr. and Mrs. Harol Goebel, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schoeneweis. Clyde Schoeneweis bowled higl game among the men with 16$ and Mrs. Grace Bond had hlg! game among 'the women with 148 Carroll's parent*, Mr. and Mra. Herschel Hackley. Mr. and Mrs. George Brannan and family of EWred were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Vallle Dickinson. Mrs, Velma Early returned to her home in Jerseyville Tuesday, having spent Monday here with her mother, Mrs. Myrtle McAdams who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howard and family were guests Sunday In Hillview at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Berlin*. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kelly will leave Thursday for Burbank, Calif., to spend the remainder of the winter with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wagner. They will also visit Kelly's brothers, Lee and Welter Kelly in San Diego, Califr Roger Short, St. Louis, spent the weekend here with his grandmother, Mrs. Gallic Short, Mrs. E. Bowman will leave Wednesday for Syracuse, N. Y., where she will spend a few weeks with her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Wiggins. Mrs. W. E. Strang returned to Inquiry Cuts Rolls of IPAC CHICAGO, .Ian. 5. <*>—A special InvcstlRatlon of more than 46,Godfrey Monday after spending »he holidays here with her sis- ler, Miss Gussle Ciller and In Greenfield with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ciller SVrang. 000 case* M the public assistance rolls in Illinois resulted in 3652 cases dropped and allowance* reduced In 7563 others, It was announced today. The Illinois Public Aid Commission said investigation throughout the state began last September. Cases included persons receiving funds under the aid to dependent children program, old age pension and blind assistance. The commission laid It will continue checking cases but plans to put added pressure In the area of aid to dependent children. It their Children. Cat* wtttkera assigned Id tht In* vefitintlon were instructed to *** 'check eligibility and need 6t thf recipients, to try to find work fi» adult members of the family and to get financial aid front reipoil* glble relatives, the 1PAC said. The commission aald 91 percent of those investigated were found to be entitled to the amount tiiejr were receiving. An additional 18 percent were found to be ohtntM to Increased grant*. WHILE THEY LAST Friday, Saturday & Monday 3 DAYS ONLY Sato! SoM for 4.9S, 0. E. ELECTRIC ALARM 1.29 to 1.39 Soartet Finish MarqulMtto TAILORED PANELS Sato! Rtg. 6.00 Room Lot Pro-Pa ihagid WALPAPER SAVE 1.62 Dependable General Electric alarm clock with pleasant-sounding alarm, greatly reduced in price at Sears! Self-starting mechanism is sealed-in-oil. Ivory plastic case, sweep second hand, brown dial. 81 or 90-fn. Lonfth Eggshell rayon marquisettes Searset finished for less work, greater beauty, longer wear. And repels insects. Dirt, fade resistant... crisp after endless tubbings. • Double Rolls, Border Specially priced! This sale! Packaged for convenience! Room lots of beautiful Harmony House paper. Be First! 2-lbs. of wheat pasta given to first 100 Purchasers Clothes Onts By Trmttler While they last! Tightly woven loop pile skid-resistant rugs. Eight colors. 24x45-in. Was 3.98 »2,98 30x54-in. Was 5.98 84.08 4Vix6-ft. Was 11.98....98.98 Socialite Rescued by Police Responding to a call New Year's Eve, Wood River Police found prominent polo-playlng Peringwolf J. Goldcrusted HI wrapped around a street post and yelling, "Get me out of here!" Evidently a victim of determined imbibing, Peringwolf insisted that the street post was holding him and wouldn't let him go. Police unwrapped his arms from the post, bundled him in the police car and gently dumped him in the fourth upstairs bathtub of his spacious 14 bathtub mansion to cool off. Probably, you are a little cooled off too as a result of the first real taste of winter we're having. So, here's a few hot items that we are hoping will warm you up, and with the money you will lave, you will be able to buy a few pieces of coal. Topcoats—With price tickets up to $50. $l8.ti BDort CoaU—Really slashed (the prices, we mean). These are $27.50 to $32.95 coats $»*••• Another group of corduroys, $U.M Pants—Part wool and all woota ... one or two in each size, $S.M Every pair in this group has two legs, M.M abort Sfclrta—Mostly small slses In year around weights, sHghtly ^^ soiled $t'OB •alt Salrti-These long sleeve T Shirts are perfect for slipping onl" an evening, and no ironing Is required. $2.95 to $3.96 values • •»«OB •wMtm-Odds and ends in slip on sweaters, all wool plains and 40, , »•*••—Can't mention the name, but they sell for $1TJ» — all wool. Wo ovehaafM. •• aJteiallewH In feet •• stethim. Wo *a* mention Ibis name*—TRATTLCHS Ofeet Friday UaUl I P. M. (Wetah lor tola column every Thursday) <Adv.) Special! Reg. 2.98 Harmony House Twisted LOOP PILE RUGS Large 24x36-ln. Slie Save! Made to Sell for 39.9S to 49.1 FINE MATTRESS Imterepring, 2S2 Coll Fine quality tickings include ray- ons, florals, damasks . . . upholstered with thick cotton felt. Button tufted, prebuilt border, vents. Matching Box Spring »28.88 Reg. 2.9S! Full Slie 20-Qal. Galvanlaod GARBAGE CANS 3 Days Only! Savo Tic Full or Twin Size Imagine! A full 20-gallon galva- nixed steel garbage can at such amazing savings! Corrugated sides — reinforced rims—riveted lida handles—snug fitting covers! 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