Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1961 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 13, 1961
Page 12
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THUMDAY, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH X^^^ nRI •ox, curved muin a fit of tamper mi Columbia River by accident;madly from mountain! to *% 11 ,*BU. ' **t'&* H'" ".•" '•""••—'• •»'..-• '•, ,11111111 iVii i fiai rrwm's CliA will M held at the Meihotfllt Chwth April 30. The FOLD AWAY TRAY TABLES Annual Meeting of Jersey Woman's Club Set April 20 — Tin, tiiJMtt- at 3 p.m. Mrs. Jamw Rlnetwnft •1 meetfnf of tht Jtttfyvfflf W<v fcf Alton will be guest spelter ^ for the program and a firlt vocal sextet from the Jersey Commutl- **>*.***,*. **-•• —- flltt, t**lnt will give her ft- A«*™* ««*» port ««l tip* wtfl he election JERSftlfVtt-LK - American and irwtallaften ttf btttetti. l*gton Awttltery will meet «t SWtor gifto ««J women ftteul- 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Legion ty membew of the Jetiey Com- Home. A pwttuck autiper will be munlty High School will be gueats served and the women are asked of honor at the program and lea to bring » covered dish and thett \roit t mix oniy\ C op where ever you want h. Easy to stow 12%xI7V4* •ttttl trtjr with bright bran finish folding ttind. Choow •(Mm floral on antique white, two tone scroll border «r nodern leaf design on black. For outdoors ... partie* . .. IV nuck*. Every home can ate one.. wodwwmrs WIST THlfcD smit-OOWNTOWN ALTON THIS WilK't CAMPY FCATUREI QUEEN ANNE QUALITY MIANS THE FINEST QUALITY t CARMALLOW8 35' Fameu* Queen Anne candy—So chewy with their outer layer of Caramel .. . Inside « rich marshmallow. Each fresh candy individually wrapped—ready for "gift*" ... to pop into a lunch box ... to serve at TV time. PECAN LOGS ,.«. 39 c Soft, fluffy, white nougat center, dipped in caramel, topped with fresh pecans. A taste delight for everyone with a sweet tooth! HDM Mm. Lftntfe Wagfmr of Mt rimji In.i. ulitflrt olKtifOf win mtke her of tidal vttit to 0*e Auxiliary at this meeting. Deputy DhRriff in Rmpttftl JfcRSEYVILLE — Chief Deputy irttt Adam DeShprlla of Jersey County entered the John Coohran Honpltal in St. Louis Tuesday and will undergo major surgery there Monday morning At Ctob Conclave* •tERSfiyVlLLE - Mrs. Mflr ctt» A, Ryan, a dlserlct offlcpi of IVWC, attended the bnnrjupt and annual meeting of the Junto- Women's Clubs In the district of which she Is an honorary life member, In the Masonic Templr in Jacksonville Monday. She was an overnight guest of the district president, Mrs. Paul Wood In Beardstown, and attend' ed the annual meeting of the 20th District Illinois federation of Women's Clubs held Tuesday in that city. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally Edwardwille JP £• L, Vuagniaux Graduated In Both Law and Business When Earl L. Vuagnlau*, 29, takes office .Apffl 24 as Jttttlce of the peace In District 4 he wti! bring to the position a back* sfround of law practice and four years' experience as police magistrate. Me was elected April 4 for the district that Includes Edwardsville and four other townships. He Is the father of «lx children. Mis education began on me grade-school level In Edwafds- vllle and went on to include two college degrees. ' Me has acquired a reputation as a hard worker. Educated first tor business, he decided on the law and pursued studies In that field. With his private practice, and his work as magistrate, he; • ARMSTRONG PALATIAL • ARMSTRONG TESSARD • ARMSTRONG FUTURESQUE • ARMSTRONG PATRICIANS •ARMSTRONG TERRAZZO GARLON • ARMSTRONG MOSAIC CARLON THE LARGEST SELECTION OF VINYL INLAIDS Call HO 2-9411 for Free Estimate* Op« Friday Till » P.M. ECONOMY LINOLEUM AND RUG CO. 559 E. Broadway at Henry Alton EARL VUAONIAIX 3-DAY Sale of NAME BRAND ••*• le* *•»••*: listening Favorites! Table Models! Clock R ad/os I Superb Transistors! low Prices! ^Mo»n«--"" :*ddT«"—-* ICWY-—* tttnt**" "" „,— --" phon*--- : --- wat«--" i — ' _ —^"I-l ~~~~~ — "l---\ __---- \ ,~ —- _^ a *r^ .' ' :: -f~£& run right off the bat... an absolute RIOT of KIG LEAGUE RADIOS ... Just in time for the baseball season! Prices have been cut to the core ... not on just one or two specials... but on 10 famous'name quality radios! Some to wake up by... some tp carry in your pocket or palm ... some to dis* play with pride on your fineit tables! BUT HURRY ... they just can't last long at these unheard of low prices! Run on in for yours or mail the handy coupon ... but whatever you do, HURRY! NO MONEY DOWN y*t> toiy t* this f»tc»l Ml ' Pocket Transistor Tiny but mighty! 3 transistors, Alnico V loudspeaker, Reflex circuit, volume control, built- in aerial! 4 1 /4x2 1 /2x1'/4 // , 11 ozs. 9 NO MONIY DOWN Compact TRANSISTOR Radios .. p»lyttyr«ne <*>• with lold Only fH"*4»"iiaw bl f l M BIED E R ALTON has acquired wide experience although he is only 29. I He resides at 529 St. Louis St. with his wife and six children. | A licensed attorney, he has been! in private law practice at 118 St. I Louis St., with D. B. Warnock,! | another Edwardsvllle attorney, j Vuagniaux is a graduate of St. Boniface Parochial School. Ed! wardsville High School and the| 'St. Louis University School of| i Commerce and finance, where hei [obtained the degree of bachelor' iof science in commerce. He ob- jtained his bachelor of laws de- 'gree from St. Louis University Law School and was admitted to the Missouri and Illinois bars in 1956. Vuagniaux was elected police magistrate for the City of Edwardsville in 1957. He is a member of the Madison County and Illinois Bar associations and is a former vice president and treasurer of the county bar body. Magistrate Vuagniaux i s a member of the Knights of Columbus, Edwardsville Chamber of Christian Doctrine, St. Boniface ftoly Name Society and the Columbus-Hadley and St. Boniface PTA's. A son of Waldo and Bertha Vuagniaux, he is married to the former Arlene Schoenleber of Hamel Township. Their children are Mary, 6; Cindy and Sandy (twins), 5; Theresa, 3; Michael, 3; and Angela,. one year old. Medora Church Women Host to County Meeting MEDORA — Seventy-five rep resentatives of the churches in Macoupln Baptist Association at! tended the associations! quarter- |ly meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Tuesday. Mrs Laurel Hutchinson of Girard, W. M. U. associational president, presided and morning devotions were by Mrs. Ward Spencer of Medora. The Rev. J. W. Davis, pastor of Emanuel Church at Carlinville, spoke. A potluck dinner was served at noon in the, dining room. The afternoon devotions were by Mrs, .ester Teel, of Litchfield. A leadership training-course was taught Miss Helen Sinclair, Carbondale. Attend Spring Rally MEDORA—Mrs. Herschel Fritz, Mrs. Louie Short, Mrs. Bess Rowden, Mrs. Tossie Ritchey, Mrs. Stella Johnson, Mrs. Lloyd Bow- <er and Mrs. Alan Flicker of Bethel Baptist Church attended the spring missionary rally of West Central Association at Ash- and Tuesday. Mrs. Fritz, associational literature chairman, spoke and gave reports of the Naomi and Ruth Missionary Clr cles of the Bethel Church. Motor vehicle accidents account for about 5,300 deaths or 45 per ient of the total accident mortality among residents of farms TORO WHIRLWIND* "W7no'.rofvt./ u t touting Th* new 19-inch Whirlwind givM you mar* for your money than »ny other rotary mower. There are no •xtra* to buy! U it a complete yard machine, and the bag and chute are deaigned a* a functional part of the product — not an afterthought. U«« in apring, aummer arid tall Compare the features of this mower with any other and *ee whs it is truly a bargain in quality and performance. 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