Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 37
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 37

Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 16, 1953
Page 37
Start Free Trial

Page 37 article text (OCR)

ALTON EVENING TfiLEORAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 1* IMS III 0Hf «f Wlfni Iffcti of IhHt, WJHHI Rptnrns W» Camp PVT. ORVtLLE DtXON, 20, Co M., 187th Inf. "Dixie" Dlv., ro. fumed Sunday to Camp AUrr- htiry, Ind., after visiting with his wlfr. Mrs Nanny Dixon, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs. Law- cnrc Orpornvrll 2310 Sunset Ave. Aid his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pft. 0. Dltnn Will In m Dixon Of 3230 Oakwood Avp. HP entered service Jan. 2, 1953, prior to which he had worked at LaHedo Steel Co. Me attended Alton High School. R, Diuvson In Air RAYMOND DAWSON, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. ft. C. Dawson, of 212 H h o m St., Roxana, )s completing his Air Force basic airmen indoctrination course at Lackland Air Force Base, near San Anto- Baymond Dawaor nio, Texas. Pvt. Cameron In Korea MEDORA— Pvt. Donald Cameron landed in Korea Friday, April 3, according to word received his m o t h e r, Mrs. Sarah Cameron. Inducted into the service Oct. f>, 1952, he received basic training at Ft. Riley, Kan. Following h}s graduation Pvt. Cameron from Medora High School he was employed as a builder for the Independent Silo Co. of St. Paul, Minn. Pvt. Battery On Leavn BETHALTO-PVT. LEROY MATTERY, son of Mr. and Mrs. William" A. Hattery, is spend ^ng a 10 - day leave here prior to leaving for overseas. H e ', entered the service in October, 1952 and took his basic training at Ft. Knox, Ky. After Leroy Mattery a 12-week radio course which he took following his basic, he received a superior rating and was assigned duties as a radio opertor. Pvt. Hattery is a former employe of Standard Oil Co. M/Sgt. Montgomery Graduates Marine Ma'ster Sgt. Oral E. Montgomery, son of Mrs. Blanche B. Montgomery o£ Grafton was graduated from Aircraft, Fleet Marine Morce, Pacific Leadership School at El Toro Marine Corps Air Station, Santa Ana, Calif., recently. A veteran of eight years in the Marine Corps, he has served with Marine aviation units since his enlistment in Peoria. His first overseas assignment was with Marine All Weather Fighter Squadron 542 on Okinawa in 1945, later going to Japan with the occupation forces, where he served from September of 1945 to May, 1946. He is now serving as an electronic chief with Marine Helicopter Squadron 363 at Marine Air Facility. He and his wife, the former Dorothy White of East Alton are living at fill. W. Balboa Blvd., Balbon, Calif. C'pl. TwIeheH Cpl. Lnvprnp E. TwirhPll, 20, son of Mrs. Ruby Ttvirhell of 241W5 Crawford AVP. arrived home Tuesday from Cnmp f'nrsnn, Colo. where he received discharge from military nervine. A member of the 45th Division, Cpl. Twichell, w.-ts with a wire serlion unit nnd servocl in Korea for six months. He land ed in the United States aboard the (;en. Hershey, April 2. Cpl. Twlrhell entered service in February 1952, prior to which he had worked In the decorating department at Owens-lllinni.s Olass Co. after graduation from Alton High School In 1951. Pvt. Horn Nenrn Technician Pvt. Charles Horn Jr., son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles H, Horn Sr., has completed eight weeks training ns a nouropsychinlrle. technician at Filzsimmons Army ffospitnl, Denver, Colo., and received assignment to the Army Hospital nl Camp Carson, Colo. He entered service last August at Cnmp Pick- elt, was nt San Antonio for one month before transfer to Filzsim- mons. .Tone* In (!. O. Capt. Charles L. Jones who has been in Alaska sinre Derembpr. 1952, nnd is with Bat. B. 4501 h Air Force unit, has hpen appointed commanding officer of HIP battery, according to word received here by relatives. In service 12 years, 10 of which he has been a commissioned officer, Capt.. Jones is a veteran of Far East duty in World War II, and served in Hawaii, Okinawa, Korea and Japan. His wife, the former Louise Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Martin of 1316 Belle St., joined her husband In Alaska in January. She mot tored to Seattle, Wash., flying from there *1.o Fairbanks. Mrs. Carrie Mills of Alton Is Capt. Jones' sister. Cpl. Belime On Leave Cpl. Lloyd H. Behme, whose wife, Mildred, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Behme, live in Worden, recently spent five days in Japan on a rest nnd recuperation leave from the 2nd Infantry Division in Korea. Cpl. Behme, a computer in Headquarters Battery of the 12th Field Artillery Battalion, joined the division last July. Before entering the Army In January 1952, Behme was employed in Hamel. He is a graduate of Wordon High School. Pvt. Pope Non-Corn Graduate Pfc. Frank E. Pope, son of Mrs. Tilda Vondracek, Godfrey, recently graduated from the 3d Infantry Division's Non-Commissioned Officer's Academy in Korea. Pope, an 81 mm. mortar gunner in Company H of the '7th Infantry Regiment, arrived in Korea last August. He has been awarded the Combat Infantry Badge. Before entering the Army in February 1952, Pope was employed by the Owens Illinois Glass Co. in Alton. He is a 1950 graduate of Alton High Schoql. Pvt. Johnson Graduate* Pvt. William C. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Johnson, 142 E. Seventh St., Roxann, recently graduated from the 3d Infantry Division's Non-Commissioned Officer's Academy in Korea. The Academy's curriculum, divided into three major departments, tactics, leadership, and general subjects, was carefully chosen to give students the fundamentals of leadership. Johnson, an assistant automatic rifleman in Headquarters Company of the 64th Tank Battalion, arrived in Korea last December. He received basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. Johnson entered the Army in February 1952. | Sizes 6 to 11 A -*^ ed-Lite by Cambrfoge puts spring into springtime Work in them. Hay in them. They give yog • live, springy, get • off - the • ground feeling Ncau$* Tred-Ue's patented* sole puts a soft, deep yielding cushion between your foot and the ground. Naturally flexible, completely m today's smart new colors. Wrslmi Shoe Slon if. lw*iy UNCf OMI PrMiy Till I •, M, fe| ajuj Spring Streets V UNCLE DICK SLACK THE JOLLY IRISHMAN AND SAVE 30% UMTO _6Q$fo m N MOHIN UNCLE APRIL VAL Don't Overlook that BIG EXTRA SAVING at Slack', NO INTEREST NO FINANCING CHARGES REMEMBER FOLKS! Regardless how much prices have been reduced, you still pay NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES of any kind on anything at Slack's, sueh as nationally known electric washing machines, electric ranges, electric refrigerators, and nationally known Television Sets including Westinghouse, Phllco, Admiral. Zenith, Crosley and others. Buy It at the nationally advertised price without paying one cent extra for easy credit terms. You save from $30* $40 up to $50 and even more depending on the price you pay and the length of time It takes you to pay. Ask your neighbor! She bought at Slack's and she can tell you how much she saved! LET YOUR OLD FURNITURE OR APPLIANCE HELP TO PAY FOR NEW BY TRADING IT IN NOW! IT'S WORTH MONEY TO YOU! STOP IN TOMORROW AND SEE HOW MUCH THE JOLLY IRISHMAN WILL ALLOW YOU ON YOUR OLD FURNITURE! IT WILL AMAZE YOU! , N LIVING ROOM SUITES REDUCED! BEAUTIFUL MODERNS PERIOD BEDROOM SUITES $329 2-Pc, Ultra Modern Loompoint Suite $ 249 $235 2-Pc. Tapestry Living Room Suite $269 2-Pc. Wool Figured Frieze Living Room 139 $298 Kroehler Daveno Bed .. 229 189 ALL DRASTICALLY REDUCED BY THE JOLLY IRISHMAN $ 119 $195 3-PC. PRIMA VERA BEDROOM SUITE $359 2-Pc. Large Ultra Modern Ankorloop Living Room Suite $239.00 3-PC. MODERN $ MAHOGANY FINISH SUITE 129 '289 $249.00 3-PC. MODERN MAPLE SUITE 148 $298.00 3-PC. BLEACHED MAHOGANY BEDROOM SUITE 168 $295.00 4-Pc. MODERN WALNUT $4 AO VENEER BEDROOM SUITE I OO $295.00 3-PC. TOASTED MAHOGANY SUITE ... $ 198 $349.00 3-PC. WALNUT VENEER $ BEDROOM SUITE $345 LIMED OAK MODERN BEDROOM SUITE 245 TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR BEDROOM SUITE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR LIVING ROOM SUITE TRADE-IN i ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR DINING ROOM SUITE SON ANY DELUXE LIVING BOOM, BEDROOM OB DINING BOOM SOTTI NOT1 BUT 2 PIECES! SOFA-BED ami ARM CHAIR REG. $89.50 BOTHA FOR) ONLY Over 150 Styles To Choose From Plastic or formica extension table* in red, tan, blue, yellow, green and pearl — gome tops are chrome trimmed"— some have hairpin legs, braced legs—regular and large size tops. Some have cutlery drawers. $99 PLASTIC TOP DINETTE SETS, TABLE, 4 CHAWS .j, ftWfcVCTvORMlCA TOP~ DINETTE SETS TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE n ;;; Chrome Dinette Sets AT ILACK'S SERVES AS AN EXTRA BED! A BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF FURNITURE BY DAYA FULL-SIZE BED AT NIGHT ^mr • STURDY CONSTRUCTION • ARM RESTS * DURABLE COVER • CHROME ARMS • CHOICE OF COLORS • TEMPERED COIL SPRING CONSTRUCTION. Idtal for Sunroomsf Play Rooms! Rathskellers! Living Rooms! Each is top quality! Famed for construe- tion and beauty. Get yours now WHILE THEY LAST! $139 B-PC. FOBMICA TOP SETS, TABLED CHAIBS • •_•••- . SETS, TABLE, 4 CHAIRS $fsV o^m FORMICA TOP $ DINETTE SETS, Table, 4 Chairs sTfli 6-PC. FORMICA^TOP $ DINETTE SETS, Table, 4 Chain OPEN EVERY MON, & FRI. NITE TILL 9 SAVE ON BUNK BEDS Complete With Guard Rail And Ladder! $59.50 Reg. $59.50 $£Q.50 CHAIR BEDS.... Ow Reg. $89 wee uvue! MAKIIAU we AS OPEN AN ACCOUNT; SIMMONS, SEALY and other NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Opens to a single bed in a jiffy! Perfect for the apartment or smaller home. Match Your Living Room Suite, Reg. $69.50 CHAIR BEDS..., ( 49 .95 CHAIR BEDS .....Now .95 PLATFORM BOOKERS AT SPECIAL SAVINGS! ,1 128.50 Platform flQ.Tfi Now JO Makes a beautiful ap- ltA«V9MJ»A I M 'JwOrjif ww i n yeur living room, yet provides extra needed vaiuable bed tpactl Itt OCCASIONAL 0114188 T»p»«try Cover 203 W THIRD ST. ALTON ILLINOIS SLACK PH4IR WITH f A A I, Veluw em, yt tan i^lNGB PH4W and - •59 „ DOWNTOWN A L ! O N i' •

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page