Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 5, 1950 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 5, 1950
Page 29
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.f*AOJI THIRTY ALTON fcVfttttNO TlLIOftAMt THUMDAY, JANUARY I, IN* BcthaltoCubs To Meet Friday BBTttALTO, Jan. 5. (Special)— Co* Paefc Tht«« ef th« Boy Scouts will meet at the Legion Pavilion Friday tA 7:90 p. m. A11 parents of boys who are interested In Joining the pack arc Invited to attend the meeting. Following the business session, refreshments will be served. Presbyterian AM to Meet ' BETHALTO — Members of the local Presbyterian Ladies Aid will meet today at 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. Henry Kelser on Spencer street. The regular monthly business will be transacted, following which the Aid will hold Us belated Christmas party and an exchange ot gifts will take place. Bethalto Note* BETHALTO—Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Mortimer have returned from s holiday visit with both their parents, who reside In Virdcn. Miss Betty Rhoads spent the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rhomls, returning Monday to Carbondale to resume her studies. Mrs. Mabel Warren spent the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm Hceren. She returned this week to her home In Whiting, Ind. Cpl. and Mrs. Willinm Rortgers visited recently with Mrs. Rodgers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rhoads, who took them as fnr as Olney on their return trip to Mississippi City, Miss., where the corporal Is stationed. Mrs. Selma Neussbaum, a former resident here, has returned to Michigan City after several days visit here with Mrs. Lou Duffey. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Rhine spent the vacation holidays In McLeansboro, with relatives. Rhine Is a member of the grade school faculty. Mlsi Audrey Dufley had as fuests this week, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lange, Edwardsvllle. Sleet • and Ice prevented Mrs. Whitlldge, second grade teacher who commutes from St. Louis, from arriving here for school Wednesday. Mrs. Ballard, the school nurse assumed her duties. Darrell Nave, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nave, has chicken pax. "Leghorn" hats are named after the Italian port of Leghorn through which they are shipped. But the hats actually are produced In Flesolc, a suburb of Inland Florence. AHTHUR W. (Cooper) MOORE, a former Lieutenant In the Illinois State Highway Police, with 8 years' police experience and a veteran of World War II, is announcing his candidacy for Sheriff of Madison County, subject to the April 11 Democratic primary election. Cooper Moore, a resident of the City of Madison, served as a member of the Illinois State Highway Police from 1933 to 1941 during Governor Henry Homer's admin- Istratlon. During that time he was promoted to the grade of Lieutenant of the Illinois State Highway Police In charge of ten counties, Including Madison County. After a change of state administration in 1941, Moore severed his connection with the Illinois State Highway Police and became manager of the Chain of Rocks Bridge, before enlisting in the Navy In 1942. Moore served 32 months in tht> armed forces, 18 months of which were spent overseas in both theaters of war. Following his honorable discharge from the Navy, Moore became a state automobile license Investigator, being appointed by the Honorable Ed- Ward J. Barrett, Secretary of State. He is presently employed In this position. Moore is 49 years old, has lived Jn Madison for the past thirty years, has been active in Democratic politics and has served for two terms as precinct committeeman. Cooper Moore, If. elected Sheriff, proposes to organize the Sheriff's Office on a merit basis and will staff the office of Sheriff with able police officers rather than mere party politicians. • He believes In I decent, common sense law enforcement and will not permit hoodlums, gangsters and undeslnible characters to frequent Madison County. His nomination and election as Sheriff will jjlve to tin- People of Mutllson County a quirt •poken but experienced and efficient official and will give assurance to its citizens thai Madison County will be a decent, safe place in which to live. Before he entered police work, Moore was an active member of Carpenters' Local No. 633 in the Quad-Cities. He is a member of the American Legion Post 307, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1300, Amvet Post No. 51 and Klks Lodge No. 1063 in Granite City. Cooper Moore submits his can 414acy for nomination for Sheriff to UM Democratic voters of Madl- MM County on the basis of his < yovf of poJJce training and ex poriOMo Md his general qualifl lor tilt office, He is a de no MM. U4v.) "UNCir DICK SLACK'S ALTON STORE! IKNOWN PROM COAST TO SURPRISE FLOOR SAMPLE SALE! 30MOV5W £ You'll bt surprised h«w chaap you CM buy son* of HIM* sowpie pieces! Reduced 30%, 40%, 10% and even mort! Odd lots, short lots, on* aid two-of-a-klnd, samples, ALL TOP GRADE in o big yeer-end SURPRISE value event! Cemt In! Look thorn ovor! You'll aaree thot Untie Dttk Slack has somo roal SURPRISE SAVINGS horo for yov! INNERSPRING MATTRESSES I2f.fl V«lnti! $149$ Ml e» «wl» slie _ _ •** 6ULISTAN Threw RUGS '"•» $1 !TiS4 VllM >»e. Orey er Preen • • ^r w ,095 CHROME ARM SOFA BEDSIfQOQ SM.IO Values . _ VV I REDUCED! MODERN SECTIONAL SOFAS $149 2-PC. SOFAS _. $349 4-PC. $ SOFAS SI 91 2-PC. SOFAS _ ___ S29S 3-PC. $ SOFAS — -.. S39S 4-PC. ! SOFAS _ __ '129 195 ; 239 JCHAIRS REDUCEDJ '12" . J 29 $ 29 $29.50 PloHorm Rockors—One of a kind Sit OcceiibMl Chain*—Heavy Te»Mtry ._ ._ $139.00 189.00 195.00 239.00 249.00 298.00 295.00 310.00 295.00 349.00 450.00 3-Pc. 3-Pc. 3-Pc. 3-Pc. 3-Pc. 3-Pc. 4-Pe. 4-Pc. 3-Pc. 3-Pe. 4-Pe. Walnut Finish Wardrobo Suito Colonial Stylo Maplo lodroom Suite _ Modorn Prima Vora lodroom Suito Modern Mahogany Finish Suito — _ . Modern Maplo Suito lloachod Mahogany Bedroom Suito — Modorn Walnut Vonoor lodroom Suito Solid Maplo Twln-ltd Rodroom Sulto _ Toastod Mahogany Suito Modtrn Walnut Venoor Bodroom Suito . Mahogany Poriod Stylo Bedroom Suito . _» M.OO _ 98.00 _ 119.00 _ 129.00 _ 148.00 _ 168.00 — 188.00 _ 218.00 _ 198.00 _ 219.00 _ 249.00 $•» Chelr With Ottomes—Vtleir Coven $59.10 Platform Roefcor, $39 $74 lla Platform Rockor, $44 $99 LoiMfo Choir and Ottoman $19.50 EXTRA! EXTRA! l-HOUR SPf CIAL! I P. M. to 4 P. M. DAILYI $6.95 9x12 FELT-BASE RUGS New kltcftM tile end flerel patttrsi. «*lert. .LIMIT 2 TO A eUSTOMIR NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDIRS NONI SOLD TO DEALERS $119.10 2-fe. Maplo $HM Room $Hlto» _ $$f $149 2-Pe. Maplo SUB Room $ultei $119 $149 2-Pc. Maplo Studio Sultet $109 $79 Sofo lods With Upfcolstorod Arms $49 $39 Maplo or lirch Youth lodf $31.71 $2* Maplo Child'* Crib $H'7$ $29 Moplo Child's Crib _ . $21.7$ $39.10 lirch Halsh Crib $21.7$ $44.71 lirch PlHiih Crib $14.7$ $41 birch ar Moplo Child's Chest Robot $39 $ 49.95 to $59.95 5-Pc. Porcelain-Chrome Dinotte Sets $ 29.98 69.95 to 79.95 S-Pc. Porcelaln-Chromo Dinette Sets 39.9S 139.00 5-Pc. Modern Limed Oak Dinette Set . 87.88 99.00 S-Pc. lleached Mahogany Dinette Set 99.98 129.00 5-Pc. Handsome Modern Wheat Color Dinette _ 99.00 295.00 7-Pc. Natural Maple Junior Dining Suito 189.00 325.00 9-Pc. Modern Walnut Veneer Dining Suite _ 188.00 289.00 9-Pc. Modern Walnut Veneer Dining Suite 198.00 350.00 7-Pc. Hand Mahogany Jr. Dining-Room Suite 199.00 365.00 9-Pc. Modern Light Walnut Dining-Room Suite 288.00 385.00 9 »c. Modern Limed Oak Dining-Room Suite 288.00 325.00 9-Pe. Mahogany 11th Century Room Suito 287.88 395.00 9-Pc. Mahogany Poriod Dlnlng-Room Suito 287.88 $225.00 2-Pc. Grey Tapestry Living-Room Suite 195.00 2-Pc. Modern Rose Necdletex Suite 245.00 2-Pc. Ultra-Modern Grey Loompoint Suite . 279.00 2-Pc. Fine Modern loigo Needletex Suite _. 289.00 2-Pc. Fine Modorn Hue Loompoint Suite __ 295.00 2-Pc. Damask Period Style Suite 225.00 2-Pc. Do Luxe Modorn Rose Friexe Suite _. 258.00 2-Pc. Modorn Noodlotex Suite 319.00 2-Pc. Modern Turquoise Needletex Suite _ . 269.00 2-Pc. Fine Modern Green Needletex Suite _ I 99.00 89.00 129.00 149.00 179.00 149.00 188.00 198.00 188.00 189.00 UTILITY CAIINETS $19 Doubt* door, white ooamol ---- — — KITCHEN CAIINETS $74 White laamol -$29 Metal Utility laiomblo "—lose aod Top $7.9$ Motal Utility TobUs _ $11 $19.9$ .$4.9$ SPECIAL! SECRETARY $79 DESKS $ REDUCED TO ONLY 49 oo $11 VAIUII $|*|| I $111 VALUII $A|| I $||| VALUIS $0||| MPUGU TO 991 MOW ONLY Q9 j NOW ONIV |9 •oootiful Mahogany Finish! Ideal to till that wall spooe In your homo! WHILE THIY LASTI BUNK BIOS] FORTHI KIDDIES! $44 MilH SMR ME $2940 1 $$4 hliol* l*rt Hdi $39 .M 1 $11 Mitlt §«•« Ml 141.71 1 | t>t Meve Uso Sstrtaff 1 PINE IREAKPRONT SECRETARIES REDUCED CHftOMf OUTFITS OVER 150 DIFFERENT STYLES •USTICer FORMICA «it.». tie* teeUi. to RID. TAN, •LUI. YIUOW. ORIIN •*« C I MOMl'TRIMMIO*~*«mt*ha«e HAIRPIN IMS. IRACID LIOS— REGULAR end IAROE SIZI TOTS. Seat fteve ««»• lery eVewtrt. «» S.M. PORCELAIN CHROME SETS. J< TAILES AND 4 * CHAIRS _ v M » ^ ( r» ( 34 M llf.10 I-PC. PORCELAIN CHROME EXTENSION TAIIE. 4 CHAIRI $10* I-PC. SETS OP PORCELAIN-CHROME «i REDUCED * TO ONLY 74" $121 MRMICA.TOP DINETrt SET. TAIll Cf AND 4 * J CHAIRS r vmsi i • '89 s0 $17f S-PC. FORMICA-TOP DINETTE SETS REDUCED TO M39 $200 I-PC. KRMICA.TOP DINETTE SITI C i REDUCED * TO .;'._.. „_ 149 AH Whit. r.rc«Ml I* GAS RANGES I109.fl VALUE M llll OAS •ANOI llff.fl OAS tool •ANOI •• •OR IOTTLIO OR NATURAL OAS *69 ALL OIL HEATERS REDUCED COAL HEATERS AND RANOES - _ . Rtrfuetri K||% to 9U /o FREE OILIVIRf UP Tl IN MILES Out $7f.EO Rese 1*7 •!«• JPIorel $44.10 12«S.I R«tt Morel _ -$140 9x10 Oreen Twlit - -141 11*1.4 Orey Merel «. _ _ fill 11(1.4 Orey Merel -- _ 127 f •!.» live Tese ___ Sill f>12.« Wine Sfl »«10.» Orees W fit 0.4 Reie Nerel S24f fill.l Reie U»> Tuft __ SIM 9x11 si*rel A»K*lefter — It Of fill Reie Wilted Velvef 1220 f x21 Reie _'30,50 _ $ 33,50 _*22,00 _'70.50 _ '22.50 . $ 67.BO '14,96 *64,M _'55.00 S 52.00 $79 9x12 AXMWSTER $ 36 95 1141 llxlE Re>e T«H«.M>T«II. — II Of fill Reie T*M.*N'T**« _ «4t f li AiMlmto IS1 «x* II* fx7.t Aimlmt.r Ruff — 110 fi4.f Orev Twill _ _ 1170 12x13.10 Heeb »eH«r* mi fxi2 erey Twlif -,_*,._• 1 114,00 _«oo.oo 1 149.00 M 14.00 .'77.50 133.50 I $ 37.BO '42,50 _'20.50 '119,00 $19 9x12 AXMMSTER RUBS $99 9x12^ AXMWSTER $ 56 95 100% ALL-WOOL FACE •ROADLOOM RUGS, SAVE ON C A R PE f I MG So.95 CARPETING SALI PRICI SO. VB. 3 AXMINSTIR CARPETING M *A?3 <*• •! . ROJ $9.95 ALL-WOOL CARPETING M$K95 $11.95, ALL-WOOL CARPETING T I 203 W. 3RD ST. ALTOIill-i OPEN 8AT. HIOHT TIL lULIITAN F.HIIIIMW llMl.lll.1 ,*.$•} JE0 $41,11 Oroy,

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