Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 16, 1953
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15, ALTON TRLEOJUPM MISS CAROLYN HMRICH was crowned basketball queen at Worden High School Friday night. Miss Ernricn's escore is Raymond WeishaupK Miss Barbara Howard is retiring,queen and her escort is Vernon King.— Union Worken Decide Today On Bargaining ROCK ISLAND, m /p - seme 4,000 production and rnaintettinee wwfcers at International Harvestff Company's Far-mall Works will decide today whether the indepenfl* ent Farm Equipment Workers Union will continue as their bargaining agent. The Farm Equipment Worker* Union has represented Farmall Corkers for several years, although the company has refused to recognize ,it as bargaining agent since an 87-day strike ended last November 15. The company has operated without a union contract since then. In one election, some 60 electrical workers have a choice of favor- Ing the Farm Kquipment. Workers, the AFL Electrical Workers, or neither. The other balloting, effecting all other production and main, tenance workers, poses a choice of the Farm Equipment Workers, the CIO United Auto Workers or nci ther. Swissair, Switzerland's airline, is offering tourists rates and cheaper night, fares. ning given in the Knights of Columbus Hall. Hostesses were: Mrs. Joseph Alfeld, Mrs. Peter Steinacher, Mrs. Calvin Conrad and Mrs. Frank Klrbach. Carrollton Pair Observes Date CARROLLTON -- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snhnelt entertained a group of friends Tuesday evening at their home in celebration of their 27th wedding anniversary and also honoring their daughter, Frances, who was celebrating her 14t.h birthday. Miss Mary Goeddy, daughter of the late John Goeddey and Mrs. John Qoeddey of this city, and Henry Schnelt Jr., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry" Schnelt Sr. were married 27 years ago in St. John's Church. The ceremoney was performed by the Rev. Father Costello. Miss Frances Goeddey was her sister's maid of honor and Joseph Beauchamp of Carlinville was the best man. Following their marriage Mr. and Mrs. SchneU made their home on the farm on whteh they now reside. They are the parents of five children: Edward Schnelt who recently returned home from service in Korea, Pvt. Joseph Schnelt, who is' now with the U.S. Army in Germany; Miss Margaret Schelm, Miss Frances Schnelt and Robert Schnelt all of this city. Gives Mfcps to Sunday School CARROLLTON — Members of the Study Class of the WSCS of the local Methodist Church are presenting to the Sunday School a set of church maps in connection with their project of presenting a worthwhile gift to the church. The closing session of the Study Class will be held Tuesday beginning at 7 and continuing until 8 p. m. in the church. The program will consist of the presenting of colored slides by the church pas- tor, the Rev. Walter B. Pruett. Mrs. L. A. Dickson has_been conducting \he class using as her textbook, "Toward Understanding of the Bible". Bride Elect Honored at Shower CARROLLTON — Miss Virginia Stanley of Jerseyville who is being married April 23 to Clement Kirbach, of this city, was honored at a bridal shower Wednesday eve- SUMMER Vacation Suggtstions Call or Writ* for Details HOLIDAY pvui "•^II.DA kJOHROEDEB A Complete Travel Service 1925 Edi*n Av«. IL. 3131 GRANITE CITY BE READY FOR YOUR NEW STATION GET YOUR IMF ANTENNAS & CONVERTERS & PICTURE TUBES ON EASY PAYMENTS CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION Mallory Converters . . . $42.50 Regency Converters ... $49.95 UHF Antennas $9.75 to $50.00 Service Calls . .... $3.00 Night Calls Made. Wilcox Radio & Television 2613 State Alton D.ial 3-7442 CARSON JEWELERS Alton's Largest Credit Jewelers Tripli Protection Insurance Policy with every Diamond purchased Free for one year. Both $ Rlngt 6 DIAMOND SET 00 $1.75Wttkly 7 DIAMONDS $140 WIWIV It DIAMONDS told tUft S 189 so 1940 WfKlY I DIAMONDS it s 219»° TAKE ONE YEAR TO PAY $• SO tue rn* FAMOUS FOR FINE DIAMONDS CARSON VALUE EVER OFFERED NEW SEWING MACHINE OR VACUUM CLEANER!!! Portable Sewing Save '45 2 .° ?'." $8 Down Same Machine As Pictured Above in Console Cabinet.. Whether you are just starting or have been sewing for years, you should see and try this new Kenmore. Has double lock stitch, positive tension, easy to use bobbin winder. COME IN OR Phone 3-5511 for Free Home Demonstration or Mail Coupon for Further Information! Priced Less than you expect to pay for a Used or Rebuilt Machine Not Rebiilf, Not Floor Samples, Bui Brand Now American Mill Konmoro Sowing Machines Sears, Roebuck and Co. 309 Piasa ** . j. Alton. • Gentlemen: Please send me further information describing Kenmore Sewing Machines £] Vacuum Cleaners Nome Street or R. R. City State Due to these Low Prices It may be necessary to Limit Quantities! REGULAR 57.75 TANK-TYPE CLEANER OR UPRIGHT CLEANER 75 $6 Down TANK TYPE UPRIGHT . ,'. complete with attaih«ent$! Now you can own i new KtHiaore for if littli at many rebuilt* sell for! Tiptoe on-off switch. Dust bag. . . . full site with powerful motor. Fingertip twitch, duft- tight bag. Sac* it Sears! VACUUM CIEANII ALTON & l &i

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