Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1953 · Page 5
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April 17, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 19S3 ALTON EVENING TBLBORAPH Jersey Woman Marks 90th Dale of Birth - Mrs. Jose- phln* Ooetten of this city was honor guest at a dinner Sunday at the home of her grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vaughn In observance of her 90th birthday anniversary. In addition to the honoree, the guest list Included her daughter, Btn to an error wt m not tr«t«J Clant|itd Section of tin N«» C DI WARD'S ANIMAL HOSPITAL 8514 E. Broadway (At the Foot of Milton Hill) Phone 2-0811 OfflCB ffouraf 9-12, 2-6, 5:30-7 Closed Sat. Night and Sunday* OR. B. F, WARD DR, O, SOWERS • farm Amman f Dogs and Cati Mrs. Prank Vaughn, and Mft. «to»eph Keubrich and James and Terry Vaughn of JenSeyvllle. Other visitor! durlnf the day for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vaughn and three daughters, Tony Belermann, and Rev. Father P. P. Meinen. A number also visited her that day at the home of Mrs. Flora Norton on East Spruce St., where she resides. Mrs. Ooetten received numerous gifts and birthday cards. Before coming to Jerseyvlfle, Mrs. Ooetten resided for many vears in the Fietdon vicinity. She has four daughters: Mrs. Vaughn, Mrs. Frances Kartell of Jersey* ville, Mrs. Nora Becker ami Mrs. Theodore Becker of Fleldon. She has 29 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren. llardin HARD1N - At the regular village election In Hamburg Tuesday the voters will decide whether the village will remain dry. It has 0»t«lr Bldf., I Si, Alto*' •It WHI wMf 9w of /ii*£fi (Dotnitn Meet Glenn L. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben T, Jones employed in the American Embassy In Vienna, Austria, motored to Karlsuhe, Germany to spend Easter with his cousin, Pf«. James A. fliirk. Pfc. Burk has been In Germany since March 1952, having entered service Aug. 20, 1951. Mis parents are Mr. and Mrs. James H. Burk of Brighton. This was the first time In five years that the cousins had met, and they both reported, a wonderful time at Pfc. Burk's station. Glenn, who spent four years in Austria after he entered service July 28, 1948, receiving his discharge July 24, 1952. In October he returned to Vienna to work in the Embassy after he had visited his parents for two months. been many years since either liquor or beer has been sold there. Sheriff and Collector 0 r v 111 e Johnes has announced that ho will begin the collection of 1952 taxes Monday, April 20. Calhoun County was allotted $1,553 as its share of the motor fuel tax for March. The Home Bueau met. this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Paul Hanks. The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday night. There will be a Pan American program In charge of Mrs. Olin Snow and a Child Welfare Program led by Mrs. William Stone. Maj. Clayton M. Wallace of the National Temperance League will speak at the Hamburg Methodist Church Sunday at 7:30 p. m. GARDEN SHOP ROEBUCK AND CO Located Armory Building, 4th and Piasa Just Arrived! New Shipment! Cross Country EVERGREENS jj i to Bonita Arbor Vitae 12 to 15-in. Size 2.98 15 to 18-in. Size 3.98 18 to 24-in. Size 4.98 Pfitzer Juniper 15 to 18-in. Size 3.98 i 18 to 24-in. Size 4.98 | 24 to 30-in. Size 6.49 | 30 to 36-in. Size 7.98 Surround your home with lasting beauty! These assorted evergreens grow tall and majestic . . . low and bushy! Select several varieties that blend well together to graciously anchor your home to your garden for permanent year-around color and beauty. Select yours at Sears today! TOMATO PLANTS Bypree Hybrid Plants ..... 69c doz. Break-A-Day Plants 39cdoz. Develops faster, endures coW maps better than most other plants. Bear* large, juicy tomatoes. Frost-Proof, Early Bearing CABBAGE PLANTS Doz. 29c PEPPER PLANTS Doz. 39c Smart Stately Lombardy Poplars 8 to 10 Ft. 10 to 12 Ft. 49 i 1.79 More handsome trees could not be found for accents and boundaries. Also good windbreakers. Branch from the ground and in maturity reach a height of from 40 to 60 feet. This is the most striking of formal trees; will produce results in short time. Flowering Shrubs 79c to 1,98 Barbary red leaf, beauty bush, dogwood, macit orange, smoke bush, hydrangea and many other, to beautify your groundi, Gladioli Bulbs Color Soft and Luxurious Glad< 590 lu for The r«inbcw mixture of varieties »nd. color* Is your garden glory. No I siied bulb* (row to 2 or J'i-ft. high. Cross Cw«»ry low (§e bivi i garden tplitbid with thi color ind fragranoi of ROSE BUSHES 98 4o>*rlt»a Beauty and 4ral Qttinard. rtd Better Tin**. r«4 Hn. r- S- i>MV«ol fink B»di«oc*. pink Us time to plant Croft Country rotes: You'll thrill to the bewitching cb«rm ol th*ir first blooms. Begin to bloom *«rly . . . continue till front. Buy now *t Sears. SEARS AL Macotnrin Woman lOO-Years-Old Mrs. t.ttcy Grimes Marked Birthday Thursday CAHUNVILLE - Mrs. Lucy Grimes, who was the first teacher of the Red school west of Gillespie, marked her 100th birthday Thursday. The event will be celebrated Sunday with a centennial party at the Challacombe House, Hlllsboro. Mrs. Grimes was born about five miles north of Gillespie, a daughter of the late David and Eliza Stockton Cavendor, early settlers of Macoupln County, They came to this section to homestead and were prominent farmers In early Macoupln history. She was the oldest of eight children and the only survivor. She was married to Stephen Grimes of Gillespie. They moved to Nokomis following their marriage where they had considerable land holdings. They were the parents of several children. Only two, William Grimes of Taylorville, and Mrs. Earl Jenkins of Nokomis survive. After her husband's death she returned 1o Gillespie and assisted her brother, John Cavender, for 15 years. The last 30 years she has resided In Nokomis with her daughter, Mrs. Jenkins. A few weeks ago she fell and was confined to a wheelchair until 10 days ago. She now is able to be about and Is very alert and eagerly looking forward to her 100th birthday celebration. She plans to be an honored guest at the Gillespie centennial in June. Two Licenses Cl ranted CARLINVILLE — Marriage licenses were issued in the county clerk's office to the following couples in the Alton area: Lloyd Raymond Wiltshire, 22, Plainview, and June Lynch, 18, Shipman. Gary N. Longfellow, 19, Oklahoma City, Okla., and Dorothy Glower, 23, Alton. Board Organizes CARLINVILLE — The board of education of Carlinville Community Unit District No. 1 held its organization meeting'Wednesday night. Elmer Loehr was re-elected president; Ira McCollom was re-elected secretary, and Robert Davenport was elected vice president to succeed C. W. Clark, retired member of the board. Files Damage Suit CARLINVILLE — A suit to collect $6,000 in damages has been filed in Macoupin County Circuit Court by the Rev. Paul E. 'Mabry against Howard S. and Lee H. Stampe. The bill is the result of a collision between an automobile being driven by the plaintiff and another car being driven by Lee Stampe and owned by Howard Stampe on Nov. 1, 1952 about three and one half miles south of Brighton on Rt. 111. The plaintiff claims his car was greatly damaged and he suffered many injuries. Convicts in South Africa now arc helping build their own jails, Pretoria reports, in a building program of the Prisons Department, which aims to give prisoners useful training instead of useless jobs like breaking rock. PIA4A Phoiw 3-Mtl BETMALTO. — All candidates, vlth one exception, face opposition n the village elections to be held here Tuesday. Three are in the race for president of the board mayor), two for clerk, three for jollce magistrate and seven names appear on the ballot for three vacancies on the village board of rustees. Incumbent Mayor William A. lattery, Is opposed by Erwln legge (retired businessman) and fohn Menkhaus (an 'ex-mayor of ?elhalfo) for the position as mayor. Robert G. Klein, 1 running for the unexplred two-year term as member of the board of trustees, is unopposed on the official ballot, he only candidate in such a position. . M. Cox Jr., faces Incumbent [/nils E. Bartels for village clerk while Calvin Lawrence, Ben Van Duker and Charles Edwards are running for the position of police magistrate. Lawrence is the incumbent. Those running for the three full- term spots as members of the aoard of trustees are George Neumann, Wesley Lehnen, Edward E. Kirk, J. M. (Dick) Zimmermann, Vottt DARKEN YOUR HOME KEEP IT BRIGHT WITH RAY-O-LITE RAY-O-tlTE Awning* or. alwoyi "frith" looking , . . they do not re- quirt rtnniihing — »vtrl Your choict of mony beautiful colori will odd an Architectural Harmony lo your horn* no other owning ton achieve. RAY-O- IITE Awningi givt triad* without darkening- light without th« damaging effect of direct lunlight. IAY 0-UTE AWNINGS will not cr«k. pill. titr, w«rp, buckle ei tif ~- thty i'l no! iittcttd by humidity, rot, h«it, cold, common tcidi. ilsiliet or lol- vtnti . . Thty in PUMA- NiNTlY NEW! Only One Candidate Without Opposition at Bethalto MIDSTATE HOME IMPROVEMENT 60. 540 E BROADWAY, ALTON, III. Phone 2-0712 Floyd Ellsperman, Frederick Glenn Srhuette and Rodlvllle Davis. Davis and Zimmermann are Incumbents. The village hall has been designated as the polling place and will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., on election day. Absentee balloti may be secured until Saturday, according to ithe present clerk, Louis Bartels. Two members, C. G. Oldendorph and Carl Rogers, have two years left to run on their present terms. The board has functioned with five instead of six men on the boird of trustees since Mattery w« eno* en to replace former Mayor Henry Gerdes. Read Telegraph Want Adi, An apprentice mteteHilil H Oslo, Norway, hflmmereu fflf HKfet of a pin flat to § dlgmettr flf m elghtfH)f»8n»Hwh tfra InHtfrlMtf 0R it the wwotd verts of tlMl wegian National Anthem* &••*••••••••••••••! • Wh«n in nnd •! n«dleil Hfiet • noniBli ran pfcymeliii. • FOR PROFESSIONAL f PRESCRIPTION SERVICI • 411 ttflf Otflltf (• Dill 2-7632 I fa» It Of. •• YUNQCK DRUGS: STATE And ELM Dial Now Available 100 PAID DP (INSURtnj • 3% DIVIDEND • PAYABLE SEMI. ANNUALLY PIASA BUILDING and LOAN ASS'N. THIRD AND STATE STS. ALTON'S OLDEST ASSOCIATION SINCE 1887 Tonight and Saturday Last Two Days to Save This Sale Kenmore Percolator Starts to Perk in 30 Seconds 9.95 Sale! Hand Mixers Portable, with Double Beater! Add coffee, water and felug inl Stopi automatically when coffee IB done— keep* It hot for houri. Brew 4 to 8 cup*. Save 12.95 Save 3.00 on this venatlie «lectrta beater. Lightweight, with ott-otf •witch. Wall bracket included. approved. . Now! 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It. low blc.in. u^lillcu unpeniiiie ai a bulk pun' Thins |jjinl c-lcdiis Diu.-.hi.-i «ud hand* Buy uuw and '3l 7 apply it. U*H One coat covers, primes and seals surface as you apply it. U*y be scrubbed Velvety finish. Dries quickly! Mi*y colors. ALTON

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