Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1950 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 11, 1950
Page 14
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ALTON IVEN1NO TtLlOftArM WEDNMDAY, JANUARY 11,It* YOU* CLOTHES . PROM MOTHS/ 66TONE OF OUR . MOTHBA6S ' «NCK YOU* LUNCH IN MCKC MAYBE TH' CUf-TOMlM HAVf 6'WAN. dLUTZlK OMCN IT/ I'LL OUT REAP I CAN »e CURC AN' L TAKe A OOOP 6ANPER/ 91 THE WW. MAN, HOW COME VCXl VO THI5 PLA QUTTE UNU5U/M. ' MO5T MEN ARE. ANY SIX \Y0U KNOW... LIKE. J BUT THEN'I HERB OUR BOARDING HOUSE - WITH MAJOR HOOPLB «6AOLplKt.'AD(2CAM X HAD ^ CUSRiOMftTHK SMOCK OP VOOB AORIVAL~~ X WA6AM EAR. OF CORM AlOD , MAJOR.' DIDN'T V<3O KlOTICE A\STC6TH LIKS PEARLS -—A £ACL ArOD 8OOSVAT OUR OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS 1 OKEAT MOUNT UNIOM &VCK--MV HERO.' NEVER--I SWEAR IT, NEVER-WILL I BOOT FOR HIM AC-AIM.' LOCK WHUT HE'S DONE MV FXTH- FILLEP IT AN* LEVELED IT.' BOCW THlCTV VPiCt TOO So.MR. WILSON! SOC.T OF XXi •?£ T Foft Out <OUN<j pc-OPLt r LM O VOUJ A VAN I POSITION MOW DID I K.NOW THf PRESIDENT OP BOARD WHY'O LARD t IT& C06T MIS J06 AS >-iAVE A BE TEC PiltHINb AMD i ARC to ShOW MOW OONl/ OKAV. UlNd IT AtCHIG. •TOP IV W PAPKK ADD PUTMI AP il TUfr 10*T AMD *<?UVP COIUMM. SOU CAtl GET RACK. K> |MIH»|' 1 VAULT; CHIEF. TMAT MUATA SOME PBUNK 10ITIKIN 1 TOO C106E tO Ttt Nf IT .AM •All CIEAB" SUACK AUO WMT» I KtOtUMIA Psvsj*» OINNU CaiL \ AUT ITXL HUN IOOW7UT, AMP TIM&ION lilAkf* Baton Twirlers Perform At Brighton Tournament BRIGHTON, Jan. 11 — (Spe- clal)—Thirty-four pupils of Brighton School, directed by Merrill Bone, displayed baton routines and formations between the two games of the Brighton Invitational Tourney, Tuesday evening, In the high school gymnasium. The twlrlers, led by Marie Brands and Sandra Jones, were Sharon Landon, Carolyn Bott, Shirley 'Downs, Jean Towse, Fern McAfee, Barbara Apponyi, Carol Jean Rothe, Bobby Stamper, Mary Wiseman, Mary Jean .Swan, Janet Kamp, Carolyn Watson, Marilyn Landon, Mary Kolb, Sue Ellen Watt. Carol Stewart, Sue Towse, Sue Ann Anders, Karen Scheffel, Judith Oberlander, Virginia Watt, Janice Allen, Jean Hughes, Carol Brands, Alice McAfee, Marjorle Bone, Janice Bone, Fern Brands, Carole Mae Well, Mary Helen Bock, Thelma Warner and Carlenc Bock. Brighton Motes BRIGHTON — Mrs. Bass Turner has returned to her home after spending two weeks visiting Mr. GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING ENJOY ELM DAIRY ISCHOENBORN HOMOGENIZED MILK \ I I < IN III and Mrs. Harry Murphy at Washburn and relative* at Maion City. Mrs. P. L. Warner, Mrs. Claud McAfee, Mr*. Morris Ziegenbeln, Mrs. Harold White, and Mrs. Car- son Oberlander spent Tuesday i» St. Louis. Saudis Arabia has Its first cafe- terla 1 DAY SERVICE ON RELIABLE CLEANING and PRESSING PRESSIN8 DONE WHILE YOU WAIT BAKER'S CLEANERS NOW UNDER THE MANAGEMENT Of R. LEE WILSON, EXPERIENCED CLEANER fir PRESSIR. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. CONVENIENT DOWNTOWN LOCATION 3-OAY ACCOUNT OPENING SALE! To encourigt new cuitomcrs to open euy payment or charge accounts with us, we are beginninf, at 8:30 a. m. tomorrow, a 3-DAY ACCOUNT OPENING SALE. During this event we will sell hundreds of quality furniture items AT or NEAR our cost. you. again. If you already have an account with us, or if you prefer to pay cash, don't let that stop These bargains are open to ALL! If you stop in once, we feel certain you II come in Three Big Dayp-Thursday, Friday, Saturday. DON'T MISS THESE PRICES! 4 Drawer Chests (Maple or walnut finishes—selected hardwoods) •......., Metal Utility Tables, Double Shelve! (In colors you need—3 shelves, rollers at slight additional cost). '15.75 9 3.95 Innersprlag Mattresses, Full or Twin Sizes i| ft 1«T coll— durable ACA ticking— heavy layers of felt over colls) ........ M.9W* Apex Washers, Deluxe Models 'lift QIC (Famous spiral dasher— 22-gallon tub— washes 10 pounds of dry clothes) A*lF»IFt» 3 Piece Bedroom Suites , . , (5 drawer chest— dovetailed drawers— all wood construction— plate flaw mirrors) ............................................................. Table Lams, China Bases (Choice of 3 c sir A »«MP in colors— handsewn, washable rayon shades) .......... • ..... «j9« Living Boom Suites, Figured Frieze Covers i|| tt (Modern 2 cushion — full spring construction) ......................... • .B.JBLW* Coseo Kitchen Stools, All Metal *o (Sturdy backs— white, black, red or green) ............................ €*•* Kneehole Desks, Mahogany Finish IAQ (7 drawer— authentic 18th century hardware) .............. » ..... • ..... •'•FA Cabinet Bases, Stainless Porcelain Tops ^ i) A «yir (Large cutlery drawer* 1 — double door, two-shelf, storage compartment) . . *1F« v.fP ChlflcMbM, (4 drawers—wardrobe and hat compartment—door mirror) • Drop Loaf Dining Tables in iioai liming lames (Extension Gateleg or Duncan Phyfe — Blonde, Mahogany or Walnut I 'S9.75 3».5O Finishes) End Tables by H afford , (Tops'10 in. x 21 in. Height 22 In.—Mahogany or Walnut Finishes) Non-Skid Chenille Rugs ••> (Heavy weight—color fast—large color selection) •'• Carpeting, Widths, S7 Inch, t, 11 or 19 Foot iar 4 «u, (All wool face—wide pattern selection—plain or figured) v tPerwtP ALSO MANY OTHER ITEMS NOT LISTED. SEE THESE SPECIALS ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY OR SATURDAY. Alton's Fastest Growing Furniture Store 417 I. IROADWAY Good Place to Buy." OPIN AN EASY PAYMENT CHARGE ACCOUNT "-• ••• • ^mmmmm®m DIAL 1-5I3S or S-C2II

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