Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 13, 1950 · Page 12
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January 13, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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f A0» TWELVE ALTON EVENING TfiLBORAPH FRIDAY, JANUARY U, 10* Toastmasters Give Addresses Three addresses featured the regular .weekly meeting of the Alton fotstmasters' Club, Thursday noon, at the Mineral Springs, Hotel* "Men's Hats" were discussed by Jack Bernard and Wilton Hardy delivered a humorous address on "Home Decorating." George Pett- rle, In hl« first speech before the group, delivered an autobiography. Louis Brandenberger led the table topic discussion and Ralph E. Smith served as toastmaster. General critic was Allan Rlehl, assisted by Floyd Schilling, George Thomas, and Roy Elliot. The Rev. Dr. John Gill gave the Invocation. The club Is now In the third phase of its speech contest. The group, during Its business meeting, discussed the "Alton Speaks'* program which It sponsors over the local radio station. Grassland Farming to Achieve Importance NEW HOLLANDTpcnn., Jan. 13 —America's farmland will grow greener In the second half of the twentieth century. Outstanding In farming's past 50 years, and bound to play vital parts In the years to come, are the new Importance of grass and the mechanization of the farm. This IB the opinion of George C. Delp, president of New Holland Machine Co., farm machinery subsidiary of The Sperry Corp. "Agriculture in America at the middle of the century Is undergoing Its greatest change In history. Machines have played a basic part in this transition and will continue to do so," Delp said, "But the news in 1950 it the trend toward a new concept of farming—a new system known as grassland farming, In which grass grown for hay and silage gains high Importance. You can't call grass a 'wonder crop' because we've always had It on farms. But when a farmer talks today of 'grass* he doesn't mean some pasture on poor land, or a small hay patch. He's speaking about the acres of rich grasses, grown on good soil and providing him First Party on 72nd Birthday Itfrs. Harry LcssnCr of 730 East Fourth street was surprlsfid Wednesday with a potluck luncheon by neighbors and friends. After the group of about 20 women had arrived to help Mrs. Lewner celebrate her birthday, she told them It was the first birthday party she had ever had. Mrs. Lcssner, who Is 72 years old, has suffered four fractures In about a ynnr. She has had two leg fractures, a back Injury and a fractured hip. However, at the pnrty she was walking about her home. The women played games following lunch and presented Mrs. Lessner with gifts. with nutritious and Inexpensive feed for livestock. Farmers using jrass as ,'. real crop find that it helps prevent erosion, builds up the soil,' improves the Ifind for crops that follows and provides greater profit through more economical feed. Names like 'Kentucky 31 fescue 1 and 'Ladlno clover' are becoming bywords among the grassland farmers. 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'<**•«!(• t»tular 14.9S ] 4-DRAWER CHEST sturdy, ( In walnut finish Marbleized Inlaid linoleum 2.19 value 1.39 Sq- Yd. r regular 74.95 ] MAHOGANY I SECRETARIES : 3 big J f drawers glai» i: door tops / ieyu/or A.95 Quality 9 x 12 FELT BASE RUGS walnut, mahogany wardrobes 39.95 value QQ >OO regular 14.95 FUSTIC COVERED All PURPOSE CHAIRS washable 'plastic in gray or red carpet sweepers 2.98 value regular. 29.95 - COLEMAN OIL HEATERS '* t eoiily heats * up to 3 rooms 9 r eg u /or '5 S. 7 5 MAGIC CHEF GAS RANGES with rPtf whpel heat regulator fine rubber door mats 1.19 value 69* regular 69.95 COLONIAL LIVING SUITE i maple 2-pcs. ' stripe cover MlBVRmMMMB^MMMMBBBl £&•/ good rebuilt Maytag washers $109 69.95 value regular 59.50 APEX VACUUMS upright ' models, floor samples cushion dot curtain material 69c value 29 Yd. regular 14.95 UTILITY CABINETS white, double door style innersprlng mattresses 24.95 | <* QO value * «*aOO SORRY! NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS DURING THIS SALE , regular 7.95 ARVIN IRONING BOARDS oil metal fold flat 5 95 •;,; &*f Universal electric irons 12.95 value 6.95 Duncan Phyfe style sofas $189 value $ *] £. regular 129.50 DIXIE GAS RANGES mostat, in- sulated oven saaqfsr-. »'*VJ«SIBI»^W^^ < * '^ * regular, 1.98 QUALITY: SHEETS F 81 r 99 inches mahogany tier tables 12.95 value SPEED QUEEN IRONERS HMrmeittl, foet control 39 pressure cookers 14.95 value 7.95 regular 279.50 MOTOROLA TELEVISION console f~ models, 1 2 inch tube metal arm studio couches $- value IMPORTED !, tone-on-tone, 18th Century florali and •^••••^•v SJ^/ gossip bench with lamp 24.95 value 24.95 value WALNUT 7-DRAWER DESKS 10 QQ 7-dMp roomy dr«w.«. !(.. wrHing top, rich walnut flnlib _"LM5M5* e bed, big d $39 value BIG LANE CEDAR CHESTS $Q7 «•" rod codw choit wiUi b.iutlful walnut vtnoon, 92SO moth bmiraiMo V I -' i ' $59 Value INNERSPRING MATTRESSES SUITE sofa-bed $ and chair hand hooked braided rugs 9.98 value 3.98 r+gular 8.95 G-E ELECTRIC HEATERS copper re- /|95 Hector bowl 4 9' & 12'imported broadloom vT. 3.98 Y S I r, regular 47. t DECORATOR WING CHAIRS combination green ftoroJ Mild red love seat sofa beds $149 w €eW»fW> ^«»»r •^•^ ^***«jR!lgrT° rtflvlar 9.95 T v v /v full or twin size In attractive covert I Ionic f II I III s//r/ s ^///ir l<i(i(i 200 MILES FREE DELIVERY iederntonat BROADWAY and PIASA

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