Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 12, 1950 · Page 10
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January 12, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 12, 1950
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tm ALTON IVKWNO TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, IMO North Alton Officer* Elected %J, the Rev. Marshall W. Rice was "VilfJned moderator for the congre- i " gtllorml meeting Wednesday eve: ,nliig at Elm Street Presbyterian Church. Charles Walters, clerk of th« session, was elected clerk for ' the meeting. ! th« meeting was opened by prayer and singing of « hymn. ' xAfter the election of the moderator and clerk, the group heard the minutes of the previous meeting, The minister*' report, session re. port, trustees, church school anrl '•' organizational reports followed. , The Rev. Rice listed 18 additions to '.! the church membership last year '"and 16 baptisms. : The trustees' financial report, read bv Mrs. Wesley Park, church treasurer, listed a budget of S8351.78 handler! by the church during the past year with $1474.44 used for benevolences or missions work. The church school superintendent's report listed several recommendations for changes In the Christian education program of the church. A board for religious education was suggested to supervise the education work in the school. It was recommended that a minimum standard for the church school be established. It wag decided to nnmc a board for religious education. The council and youth budget plan was approved. The nomination of candidates for the church offices were announced, and they were elected by acclamation. The officers: Frank Eccles, Roy Cason, and Lyle Ferguson, elders; Joseph Voss, Ed Hagen and Roy Fessler, trustees; Mrs. Lyle Ferguson, financial - secretary; Ellsworth Rlchey, treasurer; and Dick Eccles, church school superintendent. Del- mar Schrumpf wa* elected to the board of trustees to fill two years of a term left vacant by Herman Schroeder, who moved from Alton during the past year. The session, whlc^h will meet Thursday evening, Jan. 26, will announce the appointments to the board of religious education, and other church school officers. Mothers' Club Meet* McKlnley-Delmar Mothers' Club opened Wednesday's meeting with dessert and followed with a "white elephant" party. During the business session the mothers were in* vited to attend the next regular PTA meeting which will begin at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, Feb. 14, at Mo Kinley. The mothers voted to share clothing collected for needy families during the pre-Christmat season with other schools. The school nursing staff will handle distribution. The group made plans for a chill and gingerbread luncheon to be served at. noon, prior to the next meeting Feb. 1. Pupils will present a program. The refreshments were served by Mrs. Leslie Chappee, Mrs. Harold Royd, Mrs. Carson Quinn, Mrs Lynn Cooper, Mrs. Ellis Peters and Mrs. Earl Henderson. ttrownies' Party Members of Brownie* Troop 43 had a party program Wednesday afternoon at McKlnley School. The program was planned by the girls, who had birthdays in November, December and January. Dorothy Ull headed the entertainment committee nnd presented a program featuring a ballet and tap number by Sue Peters and Dorothy Ull; a vocal solo by Roberta Fletcher; and a piano solo by Carolyn Smith. Carol Enley was in charge of the committee serving refreshments; JerseyansPlan Music Program JERSEYVtLLE, Jan, 12.— fSpe- cial.) -The Woman's Club Is preparing an Interesting program for its meeting Scheduled for Jan. 19 In Chapman Hall. A potluck dinner will be served at 6:30 p. m. to which members are asked to bring a covered dish and their own service. The evening's program will he- gin at 8 p. m. and the'"president, Mrs. Francis Munstermai), has an- Sharon Freeland's committee decorated the table In a circus theme; and Sharon Ferguson's committee directed the games played by the troop members. The four girls were presented with potted plants in honor of their birthdays. Mrs. J. C. Smith, Mrs. Ellis Peters and Mrs. J. D. Ull, mothers of troop members, were special guests. Honored on Birthday Sharon Freeland, 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Freeland of 2505 Hardy, was honored with a birthday party at the family home Saturday. Twenty-nine young guests took part In a "radio quiz" presented by Sharon's sister, Jane, and Carol Ann Lawton, a cousin from Wood Kiver, Refreshments were served at a table decorated in pink and white. NorthsUle Note* Mrs. Edwin Ruckman of 3036 Alby returned home Tuesday from St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Ruckman entered the hospital Inst Thursday to undergo minor surgery. An old-timr rlnnce will bp hcl'l at Boll roes hull Saturday, beginning nt 8:30. that AflyoM who It not able to attend the "'ffiftfaek dinner is welcome to come later for the program. A musical Interpretation wiJI feature the entertainment with Mrs. S. S. Eagle as narrator and l Mrs. Sam Spiegelfflati as pianist. I Developing the program will be {vocal solos by Mrs. Ray Brlckey i jr., and Mrs. Edward Otlh, piano ' selections by Mrs. Splegelman, a i solo dance number by Lana B«l- 1 lard, and a minuet, by Lana Bati lard and David Cope. ' Hostesses for the evening In* ; elude Mrs. Paul W, Reddish, Mrs. J. R. Mlskell, Mrs. Warren Plrtle, Mrs. R. E, Taylor, Mrs. Orln G. Shane, and Mrs. R. W. Sheets. India has the East's only underground hospital, opened a year ago, In Kashmir. JA /*/ VA SALE! LADIES' FOOTWEAR AT TREMENDOUS SAVINGS . Value* up to f 10.00 and WEDGE SHOE STORE 640 EAST MOADWAY ALTON, ILL. COLDS YOU CAN AVOID COLDS. .. th. .round AT BOTH ALTON AND WOOD WVER KRAMER ELECTRIC CO. Prices reduced below e«rt m «»»9 to make yonr home m«f* convenient and beautiful. Vonf dollar* buy sever*! ttme« as muck during this Wg sale. AT 10TH •10 STORES Read both list, of sale articles ... Notice original list prices and espe- elally low sale prices . .. Think of how useful and necessary many of these appliances are to your high standards of living ... Don't hesitate, quantities are limited I YOU DO NOT NEED CASH! LIDERAL CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED! KRAMER'S ALTON STORE ONLY! KRAMER'S WOOD RIVER STORE ONLY | Assortment of Q n v TABLE LAMPS . J7S.... ELECTRufOLOOKS £"*£"'.': up General Electric ELECTRIC MIXER ff-TT: $ 29 *° General Electric IB-Quart Size Wer<) | 88 . MJ . Electric Rcasler . o .00 AVOID unpleasant sneezing! AVOID henilnches due to colds! AV0ID puiirft due to colds! AVOID miserable feeling due to colds! AVOID serious illness due to • colds! AVOID loss of work due to colds! 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Will Re At Our Stores lo Advise You In the Relief of Asthma FrUiy and Saturday, Jan, 12th, Utb at wr III Mil SUra, COME IN TOMORROW SHU) BTOUJGN IN ALTON, WOOD RIVE*. JBIWBVVIIJJC, IU4NOUI, Radio Bargains GENERAL ELECTRIC CARRY-ABOUT RADIO Model 530. $•• A 50 Was $99.50! *»=«•• w On Sale ... '59 General Elec. Combination RADIO-PHONOGRAPH Model 977 Blonde C, Flni»h. Model 377.* AM - FM Band. Was $.169. Sale at 195 REXDIX PORTABLE RADIO Was $69.50! $4 a* 00 On Sale JSQ At Only w«r GENERAL ELECTRIC FARM RADIO Rattery Model. $e%f" f Was $59.95! £& On Sale at .... "** Television Valist! 1825.00 General Electric TELEVISION SET With AM-FM Radio and Automatic Record Player. 10-Inch Tube. Beautiful Console Model. '300 .00 $339.00 General Electric TELEVISION SET Table Model with big 10-Inch tube. ON SALE ONLY '200 .00 1-C-E PORTABLE ELEC. DISH WASHER.$169.95 $ 89.95 1-FI. Sample C-E Elec. Sink & Dish Washer 349.95 299.95 1—ONE-MINUTE Washer, gasoline motor.$139.95 $ 89.95 —MONITOR Apartment Style Washer... 69.95 49.95 —APEX Used Washer—Spinner 35.00 —MEADOWS Used Washer 35.00 —ABC Washer. 1948 Model 78.00 —MONITOR~CaTRange, Console $169.95 $'3995 —MONITOR Gas Range, Bungalow Model. 114.95 94.95 —ROPER Console Gas Range 199.95 169.95 1—G-E LIBERATOR, Demonstrator 399.95 349.95 1— G-E Bungalow Model, Demonstrator ... 159.95 130.00 USED REFRIGERATORS 1—G-E Monitor Top, Porcelain Cabinet... $ 85.00 1—G-E Nc6, Slightly Used $189.95 130.00 1—NORGE, New Unit. 1*5-00 6—COLDSPOT REFRIGERATORS, New 2-year Guarantee with each 75.00 1—COOLERATOR ICE BOX 20.00 1—VITALAIRE ICE BOX 5.00 2—NORGE Reconditioned Refrigerators... each 65.00 1—COLDSPOT Reconditioned Refrigerator. 35.00 1—GE 5 ft. with new 5 year Monitor Unit.. 85.00 USED RANGES 1—WESTINGHOUSE Electric Range 85.00 1—HOT POINT Range 45.00 4—ELECTROMASTER Ranges 40.00 to 60.00 1—QUICK MEAL Gas Range 20.00 1—GASOLINE STOVE .25.00 1—COAL OIL CONSOLE RANGE, like new 50.00 1—COAL CABINET RANGE, very good.... " 10.00 25% DISCOUNT OFF ALL STANDARD PRICED LIGHTING FIXTURES ON DIS- ^ PLAY. 30 Gallon Oil All Automatic Water Heaters, now $50.00 Hotpoint Flatplate Ironer, was $199.50, now .... $125.00 Floor Sample 8.3 Cu. Ft. Hotpoint Refrigerator, was $279.95. now $225.00 Hanovia Sunlamp, was $98.50, now $69.00 Sunkraft Sunlamp. was $69.50, now $24.50 One Minute 7 Lb. Washer, was $109.50, now .... $69.95 Holliwood Broilers, Electric, was $19.95, now $4.95 REBUILT OUTBOARD MOTORS & MARINE SUPPLED 2Vz H. P. Johnson. .$79.95 5 H. P. Johnson ..$110.00 3.6 H. P. Scott Atwater $49.00 Many Other Motors and Marine Supplies at Low Prices. Latest Models. QQ Outboard Grease 39c $39.95 Sprayers .. $19.95 $7.95 Stem Lights ..$4.95 $8.95 Kerosene Lanterns $3.95 $8.90 Brass Lights.. $6.00 $5 Propeller ' Guards $2.95 SEE THE I960 JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS ON DISPLAY it | i* 4 1—CE Portable Self-Charger RADIO $109.95 1—ARVIN TABLE MODEL RADIO 12.95 TELETONE Elec. & Battery Comb 34.95 SPARTON Elec. & Battery Comb 34.95 1—GE, 12" TELEVISION SET, 1949 Model (30-day warranty) 1—SPARTON Television Console 299.95 3—TABLE LA~MPS 19.50 9—PICTURE-GLO Bed Lamps 8.95 6—PLASTIC BEAM Bed Lamps 2.95 2—DESK LAMPS 4-50 3—IVORY-FLUORESCENT Bed Lamps ... 7.50 10—FOSTORIA Infra-Red Lamps 7.50 J—CERMICIDAL LAMP . 32.00 1—SUN KRAFT, Ultra Violet Lamp 64.95 ,M 90% OFF ON ALL LIGHT FIXTURES! v THAT ARE ON DISPLAY f Schick Travel Kits, were S32.50, now $19.95 .. Schick Super Razors, were $22.50, now $13.95 -• > Schick Colonial Razors, were $17.50. now ........ $9.95 \ Remington Foursome Razor, was $19.50, now .... $12.95 .00 ALL ELECTRIC CLOCKS REDUCED 107,, to 20% INCERSOL Spring Wound Alarm Clocks 3.45 G-E TIDY TANK CLEANER 39.95 ROYAL No. 235 and Handy Cleaner .. 72.95 APEX CLEANER (Reconditioned) .... ' EUREKA CLEANER G-E COFFEE MAKER, Complete with stove and cord $ 65.00 9.95 26.95 26.95 199.50 229.95 12.50 6.95 , 1.95 1.95 4.50 2.95 18.00 24.50 2.50 34.95 49.95 9.50 9.50 6.95 3.40 Refrig-o-Maftter kills refrigerator odors. Was «S.50.. trie Range. General Electric Vj H. P. Eleotrtr Motor. Wai S17.0.1 Now $ 12 General Elcctrirl Electric Blanked« Model PB.1A1. List $41.95. Now ?,>* Qenerat Electric ,\j Floor Sample >"l Sweeper. Wai ( S49.05. Now . General Electric Metal IronlnK Boards. Were $7.95, now . . $ 29 $ 5 Combination 8- ,caM Soda Box d 2 Va. Ft. dry refrigerator. Wa> S395— Now . . . . .AnU'nUtllnK Tea Kettles. Were'$8.98. now .. KARurgew Vlbro-TooU "'"'was $16.50; Now Thermo Ruckets, qt. enpaeity. Was $7.45, now only . MANNING-BOWMAN Coffee Urn Set with tray 29.95 19.95 MONITOR COFFEE MAKER 24.95 18.95 NICRO-VACUUM COFFEE MAKER ,. 17.95 10.95 2 CUP ELECTRIC PERCOLATOR 3.95 1.95 TUTT ELECTRIC TABLE BROILERS(Close Out) 12.95 2.95 KRAMER'S WOOD RIVER STORE ONI Y Display ftamplM - ELECTRIC MIXERS 1—SUNBEAM MIXMASTER $39.50 $35.50 1-HAMILTON BEACH 38.50 34.50 1—GE TRIPLE WHIP MIXER 34.95 29.95 I-OORMEYER No. 3200 29.95 19.95 4—BERSTED KITCHEN MECHANICS .... 9.25 6.95 SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES ON ALL G-E AND YOUNGSTOWN METAL KITCHEN WALL & BASE CABINETS. $2.00 ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD IRON ON NEW G-E DELUXE OR STEAM IRON. l-AR-18 G-E ELECTRIC IRONER 69.95 l-AR-17 C-E ELECTRIC IRONER 49.95 AUTOMATIC TOASTER DOMINION No. 1111 14.95 DOMINION No. 1107 12.95 TOASTWELL 18.95 MONITOR 19.95 UNIVERSAL 18.95 CAMFIELD-Hostets Set 34.50 WAFFLE IRONS 2-No. 1663 MANNING-BOWMAN .... 12.50 5-No. 1665 MANNING-BOWMAN Automatic '6.95 1-No. 6060 MANNING-BOWMAN Automatic 24.95 1-ELECTRIC WELDER. Must k Man to ba appreciated Used Vi H.P. Frifidaira Compressor.... New Vi, '/a and Vi H.P. York Compressors. GOING AT COST! SPECIAL REDUCED PUCES ON FLUORESCENT LAMPS, BRACKETS AND ICNCH LIGHTS. 39.95 29.95 8.95 6.95 16.95 14.95 16.95 24.50 9.95 12.95 16.95 65.00 30.00 ALTON 112 fott Irooejwoy ALTON, ILLINOIS WOOD RIVER STORE 29 IAST FERGUSON AVENUI WOOD IIVIR, ILLINOIS

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