Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1961 · Page 5
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April 13, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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V"-? THURSDAY, APRIL 13,1961 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Consul Talks to Rosewood PTA dolph SehMW, SWIM Consul In it. Leuh, conducted an "Arnv chair Tottt of Swltrerland" with • film at the Tuesday meeting of th« Rosewood Par- «nt-Teacher Association at Rosewood School. Scharer spoke on the school system In Switzerland and reviewed customs of his native land. OoTorn were presented by Den 9 of Cub Pack 30 to open the meeting. Mr* Paul Scrogglns, presi- dent-elect; Mrs. Robert Bowser, treasurer; and Mrs, Ann Up- poldi, faculty mwnMr, w»fi selected delagat.es to the State Convention In Chicago April 30. Elmer Isrlnghaus, president, announced Thursday as the deadline for the return of the parents questlonalre pertaining to the proposed PTA sponsored "Evening for Parents" project. The project has been suggested ns a fund raising endeavor and will include a variety program and social evening for parents. Officers will be installed at the May 9 meeting which will conclude the activities of the current year, It was announced. 111 mtit Friday, April 71, at 7:30 p.m. In Roodhouse at the home of Mr». Thelmt wflltln* son, Green county superintendent of schools. Members of the club from Roodhotise will be hosts. SPECIALS FRIDAY-SATURDAY "SILK-P.K." BASKET-WEAVE tn fine Combed Cotton for REG. 1.70 dressea and sportswear. 42" 45" wide, drip-dry. In all ?^^V Yd. faahlon colon. SPORTS - DENIMS DRIP DRY In Solids and Stripes—From fabrics 206 State St. Phone HO 2-9022 Alton Carrollton FHA Style Show Set For Tonight CAfcROLLTON - Members ol the Future Homemakeni of America Club of Carrollton High School will present a style show this evening at a meeting of the Parent-teacher Association at the school. Miss Billye Obst IB the head of the home economics department The girls will model clothing which they have constructed during the school year. Attend Official Visit CARROLLTON - Mrs. Pauline Price of Flora, president of the Rebekah State Assembly, and her official family were guests of Rebekah District 22 at a meeting Tuesday afternoon and evening in I.O.O.F, Lodge In Olrard. Members ol the Carrollton Rebekah Lodge presented a district to the assembly president and she was also presented over fifteen hospital gowns to be used in the hospitals sponsored by the Rebekah organization. Local women who served on various district committees Tuesday were Mrs. John Baker, Mrs. Alvin Vlnyard and Mrs. Hollyn Jackson. Mrs. Lavern Bell was honored as one of 12 past district presidents present during the afternoon. Mrs. John Baker, noble grand, and Mrs. Donald Carter, vice grand, were presented corsages. Others attending from the local Lodge were Miss Lena Keyes, Mrs. Fred Ashlock, Mrs. Othel Price, Mrs. Louis Bishop, Mrs. John Voiles, Mrs. Dorothy Brock and Mrs. Ben Powell. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schnettgoecke of Jerseyville are the parents of a son born Wednesday in Boyd Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riley of Carrollton were also the parents of a son born Wednesday. Admitted to the hospital Tuesday were James Snelson of Chesterfield, and Neal Gillingham ofj Carrollton. Robert Nash of Carrollton was admitted Wednesday. Dismissed from the hospital Wednesday were Gregory Scoggins, and Neal Gillingham, Car- rol'lton and Miss Cynthia Steinacher of Kane. Democratic Woman's Club CARROLLTON—Green County Democratic Woman's Club CARROLLTON — Tom Forrest Is spending some time here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Forrest, having received his discharge from the U. S. Air- force at Charleston, S. C., last week after sering four years Forrest plans to attend the raska State College at Chadron, Neb. In the fall. Pwrt ItoMn Own* Ctob CARROLLTON -The Past Noble Grand Club of the Rebekah Lodge will be entertained Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs Louis Bishop, with Mrs. Orvllle Stout as assisting hostess. Al but one of the 33 governors of Illinois were native-born Amer ? uns. Qov. John P. Altged 1893-97, was born In Germany. Patrol Boy Bitten by Dog Steven Bacus, 005 Eastwood St., was bitten on the lip by A dog while on patrol duty Tuesday afternoon at Edwards and Seminary streets. Committee to M8-3-I inside A resolution callln for paymen of $240 to Police Patrolman Clyd Angel was referred to committee session at Wed. night's meeting of the City Council. The resolution states that Angel, vho had been employed on the lw force and resigned prior to re-Joinln(f the department, had been paid as a probationary trolmnn after his return to the department. According to the res olutlon. his duties after his re- tun wore those of a regular police officer, not those of a probationary patrolman. Prior to his resignation, Angel had reached the rank of corporal. The resolution was refered to committee without discus- ilon. Sponsor of the resolution was Councilman Clyde Wiseman. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally Nlntan ^^ County served M MrnWM state governor of luMM IM H United The Southern Homn AcNtrtfttftttftt That Appeared in Tuesday, April 11th ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Listed a Home Measurement as 20'x40' THIS SHOULD HAVE BEEN 24'lW The GREATEST in PRICE.. QUALITY.. SELECTION EVER Only $5 Down SEARS DIAMOND JUBILEE YEAR • 20-In. Craftsman Rotary 4 Cycle, 3 H.P. With No Pull Starter 99 64 24-in. 3-wheel Rider Mower -88 Mow white you ridel It's practical and fun, too. Powerful 4-cycle SJi-HP engine. Mower is packed with features: No-pull starter. Powerful 3 HP, 4-cycle engine drives blade to cut through tallest grass and weeds. Engine cover and muffler combine to reduce noise. Has exclusive E-Z oil fill and drain. fashion COATS*DRE§SES-PATSACCE n coats regularly 14.98 to 16.98 now *12 100% Wool, Washable Acrilan, Knits and Jerseys. In long coats and shorties. Other* Re*. 17.88 to 2«.B| '14 t o '18 hate regularly 8.98 to 8.98 now 199 Straws In shiny black and crisp white. Petal hats. Other. Beg. »J8 to 10.»8 re- regularly 5.98 to 12.98 now a.WO TO 1S.OO 399 Wools, brocades, knits and Spring cottons. In sleeveless and Jacket Dresses Other* Reg. 7.»8 to 17.98 2" to 12" regularly 14.98 to 16.98 12 100% Wool spring suits in a bright array of colors. Other* Keg. 17.B* to *4.»* '14* '18 20 In. Rotary Mower Only t \P $3 Down 29 99 IUUM.1,1.1 24-In. Easy-Effort Riding Mower Rugged, lightweight power mower, takes most of the effort out of mowing. Convenient handle controls. 4-HP, 4-cycle Starts easily, no-pull Impulse starter. Mows smoothly . . . clutch and brake. Low Cost Plastic Garden Hose 1.99 Reg. 2,89 50-ft. length i-j-ln. diameter lightweight plastic hose. Easy to carry. 75-ft. hose, reg. 3.79 2.98 Hose Holder 5? 44C Store hose neatly. Rigid construction. Also for carrying hose. Reg. 6.98 Dunlap 3 cu. ft. Wheelbarrow 5.99 Only ............ Ideal for general garden usr I'ubeless, puncture - proof tirei Sturdily made and tip-proof. Lawn Edger Reg. 3.98 Cuts clean edge •?"', 1-in. below walk and up to 4-in. above walk 3 Cu. Fl. Sleel Garden Cart S99 . 7.98 ............ v»«C»wJ Lurge rubber tires for easy roll ing. Easy plastic grips. Balanced load tray. Hedge Shears Keg. 3.40 8- In. long, high carbon cutlery iteel blades are * nick resistant. Well-Made Garden Tools Ease Chores 4 lor 59C Dig. plant, or cultivate with dinner, cultivator, or trowels. Wiih sturdy steel bludes. Hose No//le Fast-Action Self- Propelled Mower 79.99 20-in. cut 3i,s-HP, 4-cycle. Easy ratchet Im pi'lse start. Wheel chain and friction drive. Mowing Excellence At A Low Price 12.99 14-in. cut Beautifully-groomed lawns with Ilitle effort! 4-blade unit. Cuts ij-l-in. high. Keg. J.8» | 1 Pl»lol-srlp type. Adjusts easily from full stream to fine spray. Grass Shears Keg. 2.79 2.44 6-inch blade hus floating action tor fast operation. Adjustable tension. Hedge Trimmer Reg. Q QQ 10.98 O.99 Attach to V, or H- In. electric drill. Makes neat trimming quick, easy. Jut wy "Oujrje it n M Swri Rwolving CHARGE ACCOUNT SEARS ALTON Fence Sale Ends Monday Aluminum Lawn Edging I in. \ 40 ft. Reg. 69c Ea. ^ r Rose Bush Sale! 44! A neat border along walks, driveways, etc. Rust-resistant. Oilier sizes available. Lawn Seed 49c per Ib. ijerininatus in 7 days! Gives you A healthy lawn. Some annual Kuse O ^p Choose your favorites from among these varieties from our goodgrade roses i Hybrid Teas and Floribunda in reds, pinks, 2-toue yellow and white. Better Rose Bush Best Rose Bush •RAOltV '.•#g&K-Z&<'& Top Quality Chain Link Fence at un Eu*y-lu-Affcml Price per ft This 3li-in. high David Bradley fence is as near as your phone. Call HO 5-5511 for a free estimate cm materials and installation. David Bradley 3 HP Roto Spader with Direct Drive Spray 1.19 Many exalting varieties to choose from. Bush and climbers. 77c Choice ot bush or climbers in many well known name brands. 1.17 1 Ib. Kill.-, must injects, fungus Uisea>e. Use us spray or dust Buy some now. Rose Planting Mix Beg. 1.19 QQp 15 Ibs. -* -/V tii\e» Pluutft lireeuer Kecoil starter 99 >95 Shades, mulches and cultivates! 22-in. wide chisel point tines dig into hard or bolt ground. With transport wheels. No bait* to adjust or wear out. Solely lock clutch. Others Pried from . JM to 198.98 ^11*1 A T^ O guaranteed or your money back* O-fc/AlY^ ALTON: HOWS •iBHBB>iiiiiww^**^^"*'''''"^*"^^^*^^^^*^^p>*w***w>*^w«i«"^^^w^^^^pwww*»w"^iB(((BB(B( IMH^^MMMV^HP 'HW'BP ^B^Hw^ Mouday wwi FrWay 9 to t 8 U> 5

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