Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 16, 1953
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fHVKSDAT, APRIL 16, 1953 ALTON fiVKNflfO T*L«OHAPH •vy I^WH • V^^WVr I SAVINGS '• *«. U. 1 tit. «fl. . I*M If NM t»nnt "Mow dol know he won't take my $5 and skip to Mexico?" Civic Memorial Seeks Cage Date BETHALTO — J. Mark Perrin, head basketball coach for. the Civic Memorial (Bethalto) High Eagles, has announced that he is seeking to fill an open date In his 1953-'54 season schedule. The Eagles could play away and would prefer a Jan. 5, 1954 date if possible but some other date could be arranged, Perrin addsi , , , ! r— The World Council of Churches has an order for 150 cows to help restock improverished farms in Greece, Athens reports. WESTERN SHOE STORES BRINGS YOU , . , AT SPECIAL SALE PRICES MANY COLORS AND STYLES for 27 years, Western Shoe Store* has been saving: Altonians thousands of dollars on their •hoe purchases. We sell samples, cancellations, and 1 slightly irregulars, of nationally ' known ladies' shoes and SAVE OR MORE Shoes thai- Originally Sold for $16.95 and $18.95 Sizes 3 to IS AAAA to EEC widths estern Shoe Store 804-06 E, Broadway Optn Friday Till 9 P, M. SINCE 1926! Between Oak and Spring Streets COOK'S PAINTS SENSATIONAL SALE OF GIANT SIZE CHAMOIS SOFT, ABSORBENT, PLIABLE! 100% OIL-TANNED, FULL SIZE SKIN Ordinarily a chamoit like this would co*t you $3.49, but during this sal* you sav« $1.511 Fin* qualify, 25x28'/i-in. site, un«xc*ll«d for cleaning windows and mirrors. Cltons your car in a jiffy, tool Itavcs surface sparkling clean . . , completely JinMree. No stitches or imperfections. REG. A^AA* 349 (198 W "• EACH $ •I* WITH THIS HANDY WINDOW SQUEEGEE CtHuloie tpeftf* «* QA« vdt .., rubber SPICIAl THIS WIIK MAKf COOTS YOU! DKOtATINO CMTfM W. IIOADWAY (Opt* f'i. Nit««> PH. : Ho*pft«l §te ^OffgH^ MfloiuM TNnftnflt Rodgew, a?fj8 Worn, John Sehaefer, ft? HHI.iboro, Ed- Miss Helen Evan*. 423 Bluff. Mrs, Adleata Swift, Rt. 2, Godfrey. Mis" Kathleen Hartley, Rt. 4, Ed- wardsvllle. Wesley F. Kaiser, 2704 Moore. Stiff lent f refitment Mrs. Helen rrazer, 905 Woodland, Jerseyville. Miss Blllle Buehlman, 2303 Orchard, Joseph Frledel. Hardtn. Miss Mlna Wehllng, Rt. 1 2, Kd- wardsvllle. Mrs. Charlotte Ann Mlllpr, 2?lfi Residence. Mrs. Lethft Mae Kitchen, Hnrrlin. Nelson William Bond. Rt. 1, Ed- wardsvllle, Ronald Bertweii. Roxarm. John Henry Bllxen, Edward* vllle. Benjamin Carey. Orafton. Robert Cunningham, Edwardsville. Mrs. Viola Davenport and Infant daughter, Rt. v 2, Godfrey. Mrs. Marjorie Ed^nr, 414 E. Ninth. Patrick -L. Freeman. Orafton. Mrs. Jean Hale. 809 E. Ninth. John Shrheck, Knst Allnn. Alton Memorial MfMllcal Treatment Nancy Cline, 2135 Dunnegan. William Droste, 614 Vine. Mrs. Mary Hurst, 203 Norwood PI.. East Alton. Barnel Murrell, Graf ton. Herbert Mosby, 3410 Agnes. Surgical Treatment 'Archibald Mitchell, 3012 Easton. John Winship, 2815 Grandview. MM. May Hill, 2618 Washington. Mlas Evelyn Pipkin, flis Leonard. Mrs. Bessie Pollard, 240? Brown. Mrs. Edna Marks, Edwnrdsvllle. Mrs. Bessie tJave, Godfrey. John WWtten. 3314 Mnyfie'ld. Michelle Ccch, 887 Acton, Wood River. Mrs. Alma Oiler. 932 Tremont, Mlddleton ScogRins. Jerseyvllle. Mrs. Jessie Whltlock, Jerseyville. Mrs. Edna Oertel, Brighton. Hugh Horstman, 941 McKlnley. Harry Stelnravf, 121 Victory Dr.. East Alton. Milton Thompson, 3706 Abprdeen. Karon Schneider, 3S37 Thomiw. David Schneider. 3537 Thomas. Mrs. Donald Moorp and Infant daughter. 111 Henry. East Alton. Mrs. LeRoy Osborne and infant (laughter, Alton. Wood niver Tmtmnhlp Surgical Treatment Mrs. Helen E. Scherer, 502 Whitelaw Mervin Becker, flll South Eighth Medical Treatment Mrs. Hazel 1 Diamond, 450 Hamilton Charles Fitch, 104 Eula George Louvier, (T), 808 Washinton, East Alton ' Mrs. Nellie Lawrence, Hartford Marion Huddleston, Memphis, Tenn. Dismissals Mrs. Magdalen M. Zak, Cottage Hills Mrs. Mary Russell, So. Roxana Mrs. Barbara Jean Smith and in fant daughter, Cottage Hills Glonda Doyle, South Roxana John Korbett, 415 Wood River Ave. Wilmer Edwards, 239 Wood Three Shipman Youths Honored at SttppCT 9HJPMAN ~ The Sunday wmeel class of th§ Methodist Church taught by Mrs. Austin Jayneu hem. own James Taggart, Tom Sawyer, and don Blerman who have en> listed in the Air Force with a pot* luck supper Monday night. James and Don left today and Tom win leave April 93. M\t* ,Ttan Hunt and Artene Spurgeon led group singing with Mary Lou Alien as pianist. Sharon Reed and Arlene Spurgeon sang and Mrs. Jaynes presented New Testaments to the men foflbwlng devotions. Others present were: Dftrrtll Allen, Dorothy, Doris and Robert Bo'gomworth, Joyce Hunt Jr., Marvin, Marilyn and Janice Mattook, Warren and Sob Cottingham, Con» nie and Udell Meyers, Shirley Krause, Marlly and Alice Newby, Barbara and Qrpha Mae Hudson, Ethel and Dolores Jaynes, Julia Sawyer, Shaaron Christopher, Jer- rle Travers, Ray Kahl, Kenny Archer, Larry Eyers, Robert Morrison, Dolores Bullman, Dorothy Cameron, Bill Shelton, Dean Bunt, Mr. and Mrs, Mitchell Tnggart. Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Burden, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Meyers, I^ee and Carol Stampe, Bernard Spurgeon and Clifford Talley Jr. Of about 100 different elements known to modern scientists, only nine -cooper, tin, gold, silver, Iron lead sulphur, mercury and carbon were known to men who lived before the year one. River Ave., East Alton Mrs. Lucille Roberson, 303 So. Ninth August Ahrens, Rt. 1, East Alton Mrs. Betty • Hatfield and infant daughter, West Alton, Mo. Roger Dale Vetter, Dow Virginia Carol Vetter, Dow, LARGE LITTER — Duroc sow, belonging to Donald Herring, 3717 Franor, with* litter oTpigl There were 22 in the original litter, ancH6 of them survived, which is a high average.—Staff photo, Seeing Eye Dog Blind, Now Has Otvn Dog Guide STi PETERSBURG, Fla. ^P-A Seeing Eye dog who went blind after 12 years and the master he served now share a new Seeing Eye dog together. For those 12 years Felix Chester and Charlie, a German shepherd, j were inseparable. Two years ago a veterinarian told Chester that Charlie was go- Ing bllrid, and also had developed a bad heart. So Chester remained close to home and Charlie sat with him, woebegone and restless. Then Chester got Howdy, a 4- year-old boxer from the Seeing Eye kennels In Morristown, N. 9. Now Howdy not only guides Chester on daily trips to town but also Is an escort for Charlie. The three walk together, Charlie close to his master's aide on a leash, Howdy a step ahead irf'A regular Seeing Eye harness. ' ''"_ Howdy gently, pushes Charlli aside when the wider dog seems about to go wrong. Chester lost his sight in a naflut explosion at sea in World War'I, He came to St. Petersburg In 1938 from Chicago. || Read Telegraph CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAYS.. 3 DAYS ONLY- THURS.FRI.-SAT.-APRIL 16th, 17th, 18th We are Most Appreciative Every Day to You, Our Many Friends and Customers, for Your Loyalty, Your Many Kind Words and Recommendations, So we are Planning THREE SPECIAL DAYS for You. We Will Have FREE GIFTS for the Ladies — Walloons for the Kiddies. 8IFT <> ,1 10 REGISTRATION SPEED QUEEN IRONER 9 KIDDIE LAWN CHAIRS CABINET 8TYLB NOTHING TO BUY BARGAINS GALORE ROOM COOLER DEMONSTRATION DRYER SAVE scnoo 60 Regular $249,95 For J Days Only *189 95 WASHER Model 30 WASHER 2 DRAIN TUBS 1 CASE OF SOAP All For Only... SPEED QUEEN IRONER Save*50°° $1 ooss Regular $179.95. 3 Days Only . . 129 ! FRIGIDAIRE FREEZE SAVE *30°» to ON FtOOR SAMPLES $ ELECTRIC RANGES SAVE 25V40 FOR 3 DAYS ONLY SIX FLOOR SAMPLES 00 FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS SAVE !*30°° TO $ 50°° 3 DAYS ONLY FRIDAY KITES TILL 9 P M. HLTOn REFRIDERRTIOn CO Authorized 550 |. IIOADWAY and S OPEN FRIDAY NITiS TILL 9 P.M. AUTOMATIC WASHER CLOTHES DRYER SAVE . $ 60°° THREE DAYS ONLY! W •i^D'^DTl™ ^•^W^PP^r •JNBvV

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