Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 34
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April 6, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 34

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Section 4 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Ifctabllihbd January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, APRIL 6,1981. 5c Per Copy Sport CltnttfM ^•^••••••^••••iiMi Member of The Aiwdattd Ptm 5 Supervisors Renamed in Jersey Without Opposition JEnSEYVlLLE-The Justices and constables election In Jersey County Tuesday brought out B targe vote in the Third District which was the only one in Which both Democratic and Republican candidates had filed for the offices. In the Third District. Hubert F. Bates of Grafton, Democrat received a total of 684 votes to 51J for his Republican opponent, Clayton D. Ford. John De- Sherlla, Democrat, received 576 votes for constable to 529 received by Ward D. Kelly, Republican. The Third District is composed of the townships of Quarry, Elsah, Rosedale, Mississippi and Otter Creek. votea and Ling 130. In the township elections In the county, five supervisors were returned to their •-. -•--- — - ;|inire Copelnnd. Ifi5, Democrats' Creek Township. The incumbent > , rt ,, t n i\ r ,.,,i na „«»»• «* . , i IT i ev i«. RAmih |pf ' plve " " 1P fonciwlng vote. fl*- Om , ljf ( h e magazine salesmen .Mnnrvl,nr *n,l PT«I P VR™'b-I spssorHlm))(| ,,, ^ 7Q . ^ ^ ^ Q ^ -^ ^ ^ R. Walsh, Democrat, 118; Steve Bray, Democrat, ITS; Dimple E. Charlton, Republican, 78 and Lula M. London, Republican, 6S. In Elsah Township, the Republican ticket was elected by the following vote: assessor, Winbur O. Segraves, 222: town clerk. Kathrvn Johnson. 157: ... »- . . • i '.'Hricr'HM! nit (own auditors. Robert Lane Jr.. ; f , is(W( ,,. thfl , Subscription Checks Altered in Jersey JERSEYVILLE - Confidenci game operalors were busy during March in some areas of Jersey County It vvns discovered here today us loral residents receiver to lovvii uuiJiKiin. rwuei i i-.fi without opposition. There WHS m . Rrnest Lyom , 87 . a contest for supervisor in Otter - - i IT i 6v i». supervisor. Earl Fraley, . : r*mn\ji llcan. was defeated by Clyde I derk ^^ Reynolds , 134; aud-jcre* Township informed pro. PP '._^ m ,° by an eleven I itors, Clemens Wendle, 109^ Do-Jspectivf magazine subscribers that he was selling subscriptions In order to complete his studies for the ministry. This particular student raised a check given to him for a $4 ragin. Other supervisors named without opposition were: James R. Allen, Jersey Township, Democrat; Paul Horn, assistant supervisor, Jersey Township: Leslie Shines, Democrat, Fidelity lores Hoffman, 113, and beth Bechtold, 115. Farmer* Night Monday JERSEYVILLE— The Jersey- vllle Rotary Club will hold its Mr ot magazines to an elderly gentleman of the area for 110 In cash. Lacerates Read JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Lora Mildred of Jerseyvllle suffered minor injuries at 9:10 p.m. Tuesday when she stepped off the sidewalk on Carpenter j street, caught her fool and fellj injuring her heitr and left shoui-j tier. j She also had a lacporation i above the left eye requiring sutures. She \vns brought to the Jersey Community Hospital for Township; Democrat, Henry English; Goetten, Harold Knieger, Republican, Richwood Township; and Clark Legate. treatment and was then dismissed. Home from Hospital JERSEYVTLLE-Roy Thatcher has returned to his home In Jerseyvllle from the Alton Memorial Hospital where he has been a patient the past month following surgery. His daughter. Miss Jane Thatcher, is on vacation from her secretarial duties at Shell Oil Company, and tame to Jerseyvillc with hed father to spend some time with him. Grafton League to Meet Tonight GRAFTON — A Khoury League meeting is set for today at 8 p.m. at the City Hall. Awards! will be presented to last year's players. "WYNYARD," Australia"'—"oiffi- i cully In obtaining enough engl- 'neer trainees to keep the locomotive rolling Is reported by T. C. Coates of the New South Wales railways. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Thank You for Your Loyal Support in the Past Election. It Wat Appreciated Very Much. ROBERT M. MILLER Telegraph Want Ada * 'CLICK' n ^^^^^i.^^iiiMii.im.i^iiijiijnai—BMirjun^M HILL-BEHAN LUMBER CO. CELEBRATES ITS. next meeting Monday evening j magalnze subscription by Sher- the basement of the Peace I man Dabbs of Otter Creek to $14 in Evangelical and Church. Reformed! Tne same salesman attempted ito sell a combination of a num- In the Second Justice District, [Republican, Rosedale, Harry Coop, Republican, was! In Jersey Township, the fol- elected Justice of the peace without opposition. He received 261 votes in the five precincts. Paul Clifford of Brighton running on the Independent ticket for constable, received a total of 74 votes. Lloyd Weller. Democrat, candidate for constable, was elected to the post, receiving a total of 242 votes.. The Second District consists of Second and Third Jersey Pre- and lowing voto was polled by Democratic candidates: James Allen for supervisor. 299; Paul Horn, assistant supervisor. 292; Ann McGuire for assessor. 309; Harry Edwards for town clerk. 297. The town auditor results in the election were: Louis Gorman, Democrat. 233: Fred C. Ballard, Democrat. 239; LeRoy Moses. Republican ( 127. and Melvin Wisehearl. Republican.' 77. It will be the annual Farmers! Surgeon is p rogram chairman event with Rotarians > and a program of interest to bringing former friends as • farmers in particular has been for the evening. John-.it-ranged. In Mississippi Township there cincts. Piasa, Fidelity Ruyle Townships. In the First Justice District. |was no election for supervisor. Arthur Thatcher, Democrat, .The following arc the results in was re-elected without opposi-i contests held there for othr offices: For assessor. Ernest Ferenbach. Democrat. 184; William L. Bauer, Republican. 67: town clerk. Louis Stumpe, Democrat, 174. Naomi Buis, Republican. 75; town auditors, Rich- tion as justice of the peace and Harry Ling, Republican, was elected constable. There were 10 write in votes for Louis M. Kadell Jr. for constable. The vote In the district was Thatcher for justice o f the peace 102 ard Price. Democrat, 172; John WILSHIRE VILLAOE SHOPPING CENTER DISCOUNT SHOE STORE WHAT ARE DISCOUNT SHOES? Branded Shoe* canceled by leadlnc stores throughout America for such reasons an . . . Late delivery, Adverse business conditions, Unseasonable weather. Over-stocking of sizes. Etc. Factory surplus Buy Outs ot stock* of stores In financial distress That's why you save several dollar* on Famous Brands * For the Family at GAMM'S SHOE WORLD HUGESAV 11 Years This Month in East Alton! GALVANIZED FENCE 100-Ft. It-Inch 9-DRAWER TRIPLE DRESSER, FRAMED $ MIRROR, OPEN-BACK BED AND CHEST So sleek and trim ... this graceful Danish style in rich walnut. Tapered legs, deep framed plate glass mirror, satin finish. Note the unique moldings on the drawer fronts, with concealed finger- grip pulls. The huge triple dresser has nine spacious drawers. High styling at a remarkably low price. 17? IM-Fti R*H. Dmbto l««om 3x4 - 8-FOOT OAK POSTS Tough, strong hardwood Posts—Only 79' Ea. FLOOR JACK txtcndi »• 7-ft. R»-lev»l your floora with Hill htfty weight lifar. 20-Gal. TRASH CAN Reg. 3.4S SALE! 39 COLOR GUARD rustic COATIO >..'.•<'.. H-fl. R«ll 14 Imkts high 3 n Ntw flower and shrub fence with catered pleitle eeiting. 8reen. white. 2 Poublt-mnnd hwvilt f corrugjt.d c*n with tight fitting lid. 7" POWER SAW $1772 For your c/io/ce of either ef these handsome triple-dresser bedrooms! ft dt Cempor* at 39.9S !'/< HP • Cuti to 27-U-ineh tpth • Eittrior AdiuitjbU Clutch SHELVING CEILING TILE 12x12 Insulating oO-Tile Carton 6 55 It, $f.4l Ivory-whit*, '/, Inch thick. H«i wide niilin? flanges. KILN-DRY 2x4'$ •I feet C • Select eMMMf w irale ee. • Flnut link* lay everl TRASH BURNER ,„_ IIV 1(11 - 1x11 - Add much needed itorag* ip«c»l Ponderioa Pine boerdi art eaiy to work. Buy leverel today! 3-PC. CABINET 54" Wfd« 24" High 10" Dtcp 12 95 »oom» iteel Wall C-ibin«ti tr« white b«k«d-«n«ni«l«d K«v« chrome h«n- dl«i rt-inlorctd doori. FROSTED GLASS, SWAN DESIGN TUB ENCLOSURE Rolls Easily on Nylon. Rollers Prattcd Glaii hai beautiful iwan deiign. Eaiily rtmoved for cleaning. Tewel ler $1.1* Eaiy to install. II **" ^ - 177 CNIST $59-91 S-DRAWIR TtlPU MISSIR, SHADOW •OX MIRROR AND IOOKCASI NO New blond mahogany finish with exactly matching plastic tops that give protection against atain, acratches and mars. Beautifully trimmed with column moldings and polished brass. Luxurious shadow-boi plate glass mirror. A big, massive group that l&ok. much more expensive than this low price. NO DOWN PAYMENT 36 MONTHS TO PAY FREE PARKING IN REAR OF MAIN STORE SOLDER GUN Famed Weller Sun. f*nP Copper, iron-plated Le>Mn tip, initant heat, 100 1WW wattt. Reg. 6.49 5 ! Medicine CABINETS 1tx22')n. Reeciltd aa. Choici ol <t>inl«ii lt««l bound or be'iltd <df7t mirror. Piano hinge. GUit ihelvQi. Sturdy, low eo«t, e«iei«nt. top. Draft space beneath. STEP LADDERS I-FT. HIGH Rtg. 4.»i COVER PATIOS WITH FILON SQ. FT. Tramlucint Filon Fibtrglai liti tl light through—ktepi out We m«nt«l Colon. 3 39 Alt I ••». Q«l Reg. l.fl ** ' Re«. «.« O * Ft. Extension UDDERS Hli lelnrf ft Sotaty 14 W. I8.lt. «M I 20.H. | KM R«. 13.39 9 I RM. 1t.H I* 1C-It length* ef 6»lvinh«d Guttering Check your gutteti today. STEEL HAMMER Mide from pollihed *ubul<r iteeM wltV. ruDbi- gripl A gr«jt bjy. ROLY DOORS Hindiome 'bonde'Utd' iteel i««- tlonjl overhead door: Is eaiy t* operate, iaiy to Install. COMPRESSION SPRAY Rn« «.r compr.iiion sprayer wl* braia utent'on itrrying ttr«ps. OAULKINO SET f tl the tM ••4 TWO T«eet Combination SCREEN-STORM DOOR $1095 12 A low-priced beauty —ideal for rear or service doors. Weit- ern Pine, with removable storm section. 32»80. FOLDING DOORS Phllipplni Mahogany Ea. Includei trick. M<de from woven 'l t Inch itrlpi of Philippine Mthoginy. PRE-HUNG Aluminum Screen-Storm DOOK 34 15 Already attached (o Iti own fnme. Stvti hourt of work I 1 * thick. With h«rdwire. 4-rH.x8.Ft., >/i.|n. PLASTER BOARD Reg. l.ff SAll 1 69 er Imoete surface, Upered edge* far Co»«r old wells, celling. Tough, Hard, Smooth HARD BOARD 4x1 Ft. '/8-lnoN Standard Rif. Ml 1000 us»s—from willt to t«ble toll! eelllngs te tile underleyment. LOUVRE DOORS Uie I p«i> of thtii Weitern Pint, "do- tetti" louvr* doors to e<ch op«nlng Fo' 24i 10. 28«8Q 12.80. liiM 0 D • n I fi g I I Vi-mch thick. HOUSE PA3NT Our own 'Mojor' brand 3.7» A good, depend«ble paint, ideally iuit«d tot gtrtaei, cotttget, ftncei. White only WOOD TRELLISES Chol*« •« M" • Tr«lll* er Jo-Inch wMt NH. R««. l.lf. 98 PRE-FINISHED PHILIPPINE MAH084HT PIKELIN. 6 29 4ili'/4 • inch iheeti, toMue grooved, doubli-l'cquer flniihea. FOLDING STAIRS IS'/nS 4 -1 (i e k opening. Stairs open to I ft, Much m«. WOOD Ktg. 19.91 17 STEEL, Reg. 27.97 ... 14.91 BIG PLYWOOD SALE t 4x8x'/ 4 Inch • Douglas Fir • Sound on 1 Side • Hundreds of Urn • Req. 3.et leg 2 17 Se' »«»' ''•"le reed* ley iro't »H'c «M ( r.ccndit'on .19, now 1 OPEN ALL DAY SAT. 545 WEST ST. LOUIS AVE. EAST ALTON, ILL. PHONE ORDERS CALL Clinton 4-3814

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