Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 13, 1950 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 13, 1950
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»A6t SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JANUARY 13,1930 Hardin Store Closes Shop HARDIN, Jan. 13. (Special) — Mrs. I/elln Schleeper, who has operated the Lorsbaeh Stoic for several years, has pone out nf business. Mrs. Schiecpr-r and Iinr husband operate R MR farm south of town and tho extra work of HIP store was morn than they could dandle. Corbet! Bros, took over tho mer- chandise. The store was located on what has become known as tho Schleep- or corner, so called from the fort that the business was run for so many years by another Mrs. Srhleeper, who moved her country store to Hardin in the early in'oos. The building will be occupied soon by Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Gorman, v'ho will operate the Calhoun Cleaning Shop. The Germans now have a shop in Pleasant Hill, but plan to move to Hardin. France has found new potash deposits. " ... f oiMon-wlie, bwdget-wlte •xctutlvenett you won't meet all around town! Indispensable •rnemblf ... a twofold value! Navy rayon taffeta redingott ev«r pink ond navy or green and navy print crepe dress. Okaytd by Minx Modes Junior Board of Review.* Site* 9 to 15. Exclusively here . Others From $10.95. . . . . ant no wondei. lt» button-Iron! is so easy to slip into ind CLASSIC LAOY's proportioned »ljing (its you I ll|. un lo perfection A dress to don in Ihi morning tnii be ready lor every occasion ol the ddy . /our distinction assured by (ho meticulous pin.tucked detail, the lovely slimming Imei. flo*fi prml on Grey. Red, leal. Njyy or Black 100 Oemer rayon crep». Sues 14 n to 26'/» Vof t Trustees Urged lo Ihiild TV Station 01 i*«n in GLAMOUR 1-XvXvX' mm CHICAGO. .Inn. H — '/Pt — A $.">00,000 television station of tho l.'rbann-Charnpaicn campus of the University of (Ilinot.« has been proposed "to tell the story of the university on television." Park Livingston, a .university 1 rustce. marie the proposal at the trustees' January meeting yestcV- day. While Kenney K. William of Peoria, president of the board of trustees, described the plan a? a "K»')d one for the future," no im- mediale action was taken on the proposal. Livingston MiKgcslcd that a iransmltlT could he located on the campus. Relay tmvers wovilrl be set up nt Chicago. Oilnvni. Kanknkee, BloomlnKlon, Peoria, GalesburR. Kffinghnm, Rock Island, Rockford and Waukecan.' In other business .'it the meet inn, the bonid appi'ived ciner^eiu-y purchases of cnnl in order to avoid a coal pliorlnj;'- on nny of its cnm- puses. Tin' iini\ i ersily has an estimated Xi-lO ,\ny i-onl slock on hand. The board appoint<-d 1'r. l!»y- l')an^erfield diiei-lor of the in- Islilute of guviTmm ill and public i affairs. Or'. DariKerliold, on leave , of absence' from 'he I 'ni\ I'i'-il y of 'Wisconsin, was director of studies 'at the National War College. ; Washington, D. C. • Dr. I-X-erctl K. Haprn, economics , professor, WPR named chairman of ! I he economics faculty. Dr. Gori don Ray, Knpllsh professor, was promoted to head the Knulish de! part infill'. An a|i|>ropriation nf $150.00(1 for graduate fellowshps during 1050."H was approved. The hoard also awarded a S1H!),- 138 contract to the Laboratory Furniture Co., Lonu Island, N. Y., for laboratory installations in a proposed addition to research and ethical Ion hospitals In Chicago. Standard Awards Service Emblems SUIES M HNtl »J»I Hi. G.V.W.-IK It. t«NAM . -. "«MI imni.o.».«r..iuii. Itlltl >•> l.m III. •.».•• unman. FORD ANNOUNCES NEW 1950 TRUCK MODELS— Shown cibov- are c- ! , •! of the I7j new Fcrd Truck mode's introduced torrcrro.v. The new l>oc of Fcra trucks features new adchd ! power, sfyiing ;ir-d new mode's from whch to choose. These nev. i trudb will bo on display at Carter Bros,, Alton, and at Carter WOOG • River Motor Co. in Wood River. Announce Marriage Of Former Jerseyan JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 13. <Spe- .clal)—Announcement has been received locally of the marriage of Jack Bagley, formerly of Jerseyville, and Miss Evelyn Harris. East Alton, which occurred Dec. 13. 1049 in Pocohontas, Ark. The couple dispensed with attendants.. The bride wore a costume of powder blue with accessories to match and her cortage was composed of red and white carnations. Ca mpbell Retires After 20 Years in Hardin Post Office Calhoun Soil Election to Be Held Jan. 17 I1AIUHN, .Tan. 13. (Special) — Accdidms! lo announcement by the cniiniv soil conservation chairman. HARDIN, Jan. 13. (Special) A. B. Campbell has completed 2' years of .service at the Hardin pos office and has retired from In postal service under the provision of the U. S. Civil Service. Campbell was Hardin poslmaslc under President. Wilson and hn been assistant to his son, Portei who hns been postmaster for aev oral years. While Porter was scrv Paul Kiedler, fin election will he j mg {„ World War II, Ma fathe neirl ;il tho Vnvni Bureau Hal), i anr | lno thcr carried on the worl Inn. 17, to name Ihiee directors i [ O |. (or the nr^anUalion. The -.nil ho.-iid is made up o! five members elected by the parlici- vance to a second class post offlc< HIM farmers. The Ihree men During his long service, Camp bell has seen the Hardin office ad , w it.h many inifirovements in mai . whoso terms expire this year are I service. The office now handles 1 John !•'. Hoi lev. Golden Ka':lc; ] ma ii deliveries a day and is th Kvf.-ietl Hyrd, Hardin; imd Wil- central point for mail- dlstribulior Mam Slelhrink, Michael. The ( o a|| O f Calhoun County. of Fiedler and Norbert Clniu'ay ex- i The town now has as good mai pire in 105U I service as ninny of the large cities The directors are in of a .A leaving here at 4 u. m. i Gold emblems In recognition of continuous service for ton, 20 and ; .10 year service have been presenter! to ten Standard Oilers. The ten and 20 anniversary emblems with two and four stars respectively—each star denoting five years of employment—were awarded by division superintendents. The presentation of the three decade ones was made by Fred Ordcman, refinery mannRcr. In the ten year category were Vernon R. RaKU.s, truck driver, 68 Kckhard, Wood River; Franklin soil conservation proKram (or the ! delivered in St.. Louis_ at 8:45 the county and are assisted by J. ' Ward Nelson, county soil conservationist, and by Kami Adviser J. II. Allison. Couple at Hardin Announces Wedding HARDIN, Jan. 13. (Special) — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ruyle have an-.i nounced their wedding, which took place in November. The couple has returned from n delayed honeymoon in Florida. same evening and in Chicago earh the next morning. This rapid serv ice is brought about by the sta route to Carlinvillc. Lawrence Sunnier, the star route currier, ar rives in Hardin from Carlinvillc about 8:30 each morning. He thei makes n round trip to Jersoyvllle and at 4 in the afternoon returns to Carlinville lo meet a fast mni ttain. There have been three genera post office. The late Charles A Campbell was appointed by Presi ,. „ , , dent Cleveland, his son, A. B., ap- _Mrs. Iluyle is the tormcr Jonn- , nl( , ri b Wil am , Porler nine Godfir. rtauRhlcr of Mr. and ^ wns > named bv Presll , en L. C. Godar. Since her srad- , Rooscvoll . nation from Hardin High School she hns been working as secretary lo the principal, L. V. Kinser, Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruyle. He is a garage mechanic and is employed at tho Hollow-ay Garage. The couple will make their home in Hardin. When St. Mark's Square, Ven- Tho business of the office now requires the work of four persons Last week .lack Hold received ap pointment as clerk, and he. with Postmaster Campbell, Ora Louise Gross, and Charles Ducey, make up the staff. A. Maylee, welder helper, 31221 , ice, became flooded by 24 hours'] rain, unemployed Italian gondoliers carried people across on their backs. ING. Kdsall, Alton. In the twenty year classification were: George K. Schroder, machinist, 305 South Kansas, Kdwardsville; Mike Mini, laborer, 100 South Main, Wood River; Bernard Corrigan, accounting clerk, 100 Honmin, Fast Alton. Given ,'iO-yenr emblems were Glen V. Butler, Rt. L', God trey; Richard D. McGowen, 158 Seventh, Wood River; Karl C. Henry, 715 Whitelaw, Wood River; John L. Hamilton, 3420 East Broadway, Alton; Edwin P. Stillwell, 2627 Grnndview, Alton. After an honorable discharge from World War I, Butler at the age or 2fi, made application for employment nt the refinery and w a s accepted. j Until July 19, 1926, he was em- j ployed in the | mechanical division's paint do- j parlrnent. While hits employed, he h e c a m o a painter, first class. Since Jan. Ifi, 1!)47, he hns been a prupttne de- wnxinn numper. McGowen, when he was 24 years ! old, joined the growing ranks ot oilers. Alter :i year as a laborer, : he transferred to the light oils di- i vision whore he bus worked in | various ciip;\cilios. On July 1, i 1040, lu> was promoted to treaU'i' i which is his present classification. Henry, age 23, storied his lung tenure on Dec. JG, liHP. In u few months lie was transferred a n d p r o m o t c d In t'livl rirmn. H c r c in a i n e d an t'tt'otricum utilii March Id, 11W2, ul which t imt' he I rn n s I erred to Kit 1 utilities division's instrument depart mom a.> n u mstiuuu'iu iiu'rlianii'. Hamilton, at 21, wrnt to Stand- urd. From tho initial hiring date in lUl'J, ho has j bocn on omployo In tho mechtin- d i v i s i o n s boiloriiuikiiig di 1 - parlniont. 11 o r o lit; u,is promntod through tho various .singes of I ho craft to boli- ormakor, first class. Since 1'ob. IS, U)4!l, lliimil- ton has been ,-m maker foreman. Stillwoll, Hie joungesl in agt; o! the lour .'!0-\ear men at the time ho was placed mi l ho pu.Moll. eauif to tho rol'morj at u'tt. Poisiiiitletl by a fiiond. ho losl no linn' alter ^ r a tl u a lint; Irom Alien Iligli School in atliioh- in;.: liuuseli to , t lie oiler per- I Minnel. A month alter liailuation in 191U, he was « e I I v o ly (lei - I'otinlnti tlu> du- lio.s of n labora- ttiory h o I p o r. Since Nov. Hi, i'X>..', he has boon «n omployo oi tho honvy oils, dl\l&i«n ami i> ono of tho oltioM in point of sorvict' in this unit. \Vunl Ails ""CLICK" Farm Superintendent li OREGON, Jan. 13. I/P> — Ralpl Thomas, Ogle County farm superintendent, has resigned after 2.' years of service. He will be sue ceeded by Morris M. Roe, not K member of the county boqrd. CARSON JEWELERS HAVE The Finest Gift For A Graduate ^> NATIONALLY FAMOUS tT? I • •••<#''*..« v^.'r> - • v,.,i* •&.<&' WATC H ES^ DOWN •) °° WEEKLY BULOVA AMIRICA'S GRIATIST WATCH VAIUI IS JEWELS 17 JEWELS. 17 JEWELS $ 29 75 $ 33 75 t I 00 A WtiK $I.OO A WiSK IASY URM» RAISED CRYSTAL RAISED CRYSTAL DE LUXE 15 JEWELS IS JEWELS 17 JEWELS '33 75 $ 39" *47 II.OOAWIIK IIQQAWEEK »' os USF YOUR CREDIT • £449 50 21S W. THIRD ST. ALTON, ILL. Mr. B«gi«y is the ton el and Mrs. Ned Bagley, Alton, for- met Jerseyville residents. He was graduated from the Jersey Township High School and attended Milllkin University, Decatur. H« is now employed In the Q and S department of the Owens-Illinois Glass Co., Alton. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Albert B. Wilson, East Alton, and the late Mr. Wilson. She was educated In East Alton schools. Mr. and Mrs. Sagley are residing at 112 Klngshighway, East Alton. Reopen CROP Drive In /ef icy County JERSEYV1LLE, Jan. 13 (Special)—The drive for funds for the overseas relief program in Jersey County has been reopened to permit additional donations. Mrs. Ray Searles, county chairman stated Thursday that the campaign has been extended until Jan. 31. A recent checkup revealed thai Jersey County contrlb- uted $1759.12. The bbjective Is to exceed the $2000 mark. Lytton'ti S«t*rdav, 9:30 to 9 2-PANTS SUITS Sharkskin, Clear Cut*, durable fabrics. Regulars, shorts, longs, stouts, short stouts, long stouts. Single and double breasted for men and young men. SPECIAL GROUP OF ZIP LINED GABARDINE TOP COATS 37 75 BROKEN §IZES — Second Floor. Lyttorfs * * ^^ ,^\ _j ^\ ^^.^

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