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\ tftfi TWENfY <n Brighton Expects Heavy Vote M Village Election Tuesday BRIGHTON — A heavy vote !s W be cast in the local eteeHon Tuesday when a clerk, and three trustees tin ot be elected. ' P&tti «t the Village Hal! will be optn from 8 in the morning until 5 1ft the evening. Few parties are listed on the ballet, m fellows: Peoples Party — for president, Harold Bolt (incumbent); for clerk, Gordon Lampert; for trustees. George P. St. Cin (Incumbent)! Albert Oertel and Malcolm K. Anders. 1 Consolidated Party - for prosl-, dent, William D. Bates; for clerek, i filden P. BOtt; for trustee!, Victor > Waldon, Otto E. Woods and George i McNear. Progressive Party — for president, Raymond* Heidemann; for clerk, Esther S. Jones; far trustees, Raymond Schoeberle, Melvln Ebbler and Elmer H. Bott, Citizens Party — for trustee, Frank T. Carr. Lodge Confers Degree BRIGHTON-The degree of Master Mason was conferred on James Franklin Mayhaw by the Western Square Club at a meeting of Hib- j bard Lodge Saturday night in the ! Masonic Hall. j To Pay Respects ' BRIGHTON — All members of! Hibbard Lodge are requested to meet at the Masonic Hall tonight at 8 p.m. to go to the Warner funeral home to pay their respects to the late Fred E. Hartman. CBS Class Entertained BRIGHTON — Mrs. Mary Gangloff entertained members of the CBS Class of the Presbyterian Sunday School at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. A. A. Moehle presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Catherine Boker was devotional leader and during the study period the group reviewed the book "The Minister of Carthage" and also had a Bible quiz. Refreshments were served by the hostess. OES To Meet BRIGHTON — The local chapter Order of Eastern Star will meet Tuesday evening in the Masonic Hall. All members are urged to attend. Class Play Well Attended BRIGHTON — Considering the very unseasonable weather, the senior class play presented Friday evening in the Brighton High School gymnasium, was well attended. - The cast gave a good performance and provided plenty of laughs for the audience. Between acts there was a piano solo by Kathryn McAfee and vocal solo by Beverly v Schelm, accompanied by Miss McAfee. Gifts were presented to the senior class sponsors, Mrs. Marie McAfee and Harold Knapp, principal. The gift to Mrs. McAfee was also in appreciation of the work done by her directing the play. Brighton Notes BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hays and son of Springfield visited Sunday with George E. Hays and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Meacham. Mr. Meacham has been confined to his home sevei-al weeks sutf er- \ ing from influenza and arthritis. Mrs. J. T. Meacham, who has had an infection in her hand, is now improving. Miss Georgia Lou St. Cin, who has been visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldarera, at Taylorville, returned home today. 1,000 Firefighters Try To Halt New Mrxiro i ALBUQUERQUE ft More than j 1,000 weary firefighters hope to j win their three-day baffle to check a big forest fire In Southeastern New Mexico today. Since last Friday the men have been racing to encircle the banana- shaped fire arm, which now rovers 23,800 acres In Lincoln National Forest. "We'll control It today If the weather holds," said W. L. ftansen, assistant regional forester. The eWather Bureau «ald the gusty winds which Friday whipped this and n smaller fire In Arizona out of control might return at any time. In the spring, the earth rotate* at a slower than average rate; -in the autumn, It rotates n little more cjulckly than usual. As a result, clocks in the autumn are about 0.06-second abend of .vhnt they are In the spring. You'll find the special brand you want Without a long and tiresome jaunt €>, Pigs Lose Lonjf Snout!* The Flinders Chase wild life sanctuary on Kangaroo Island, off the coast of South Australia, is taming the wild" pig, Adelaide learns. Three generations of wild pigs reared in captivity already resemble the domestic pig rather than their ancestors with long Bnouts,\ scientists claim. If you'll consult the buyer's friend That millions use and recommend! LOOK in the YELLOW PAGES -the CLASSIFIED section of your telephone directory— • For local dealers in nationally advertised services or trademarked products. • For manufacturers and wholesalers when you wish to buy in large quantities. HUNDREDS OF BEAUTIFUL GIFTS WITH SITE STAMPS DOUBLE STAMPS EVERY TUESDAY SEE OUR IIP PREMIUM DISPLAY L ALTON EVENING t JuiKAA •**» tAml . ApHn. Mr mt UNCLE DICK SLACK THE JOLLY IRISHMAN SAVE 30% AND WTO TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR BEDROOM SUITE 609b M IVIN ROF TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR LIVING ROOM SUITE ON ANT DELUXE LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM OR DINING ROOM HUQE SAVINGS »i TRADE-IN ALLOWANCI MR YOUR DINING ROOM SUITE Modem Nylon Tweed! Metallic Cloth Leempelnt iid Oth«n Choice of Colors * * * * * $195,00 3-Pc, Prima I Vera Bedroom Suite _ „ _ „ _ 1 $239.00 3-Pc, Modern Mahogany Finiyh Suite $249,00 3-Pc, Modern Maple Suite --'.._ $298,00 3-Pc, Bleached Mahogany Bedroom Suits _ $295,00 4-Pc, Mod, Walnut Veneer Bedroom Suite $295.00 3-Pc, Toasted Mahogany Suite $349,00 3-Pc, Wai, Veneer Bedroom Suite $345,00 Limed Oak Modern Bedroom Suite sjggoo M98°° «flj» $24500 .•»« *«••;?»••* c ° f ** * MODERN & ULTRA MODERN LIVING ROOM SUITES REDUCED! $198 MODERN $ SOFA, NOW _ $228 LARGE , MODERN SOFA * * ^ $00 Plastic Top Dinette ^Sets, Table, 4 Chairs ... ^1 $120 5-pc. Formica Top ,W Dinette Sets ..... . ...... 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Regardless how much prices have been reduced, you still pay NO INTEREST OH FINANCE CHARGES off any kind on anything at Slack's, such as nationally known electric washing machines, electric ranges, electric refrigerators, and nationally known .Television Sets including Westinghouse, Philco, 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 V^IU. ALLOW YOU ON YOUR OLD FURNITURE! IT WILL AMAZE YOU! HOLLYWOOD HEADBOARD TRADE-IN FOR YOUR OLD WASHER Reg, Price J 1 2Q 95 Less Trade-In YOU PIT ONLY 99 piral Pukbt<r Wunaur • Kvtra Ca» parity! Wu«ne« tt lb«. iu 6 tu » aiUmiet! t Mew, Safer Apev Wringer! § \Vu»be« olotn«>« with Rquul EffUwufJ from Top to Bottom of Tub. OPEN AN AOOOUNT AND USE YOUR CREDIT i FREE DELIVERY TO 200 MILES WITH ANY SIMMONS, SEALY ENGLANDER Or Other Nationally Known MATTRESS VALUES UP TO $39.50 \ NOW ONLY Phone ALTON 3-6619 SJin TRADE- 40 FOR YOUR OLD RANGE FULLY AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC RANGE ON THE BEAUTIFUL NEW Trade-In Your Old Uantce, Now! Reg. Price $ 199 95 Less Trade-in J40°° You Pay Only $ 159 95 f Automatic Timer and \ Electric Clock t l*rge Warming Oven • Q0»p Well Cooker t I«rf» Family UK Oven • Roomy Storage Drawer • New Smart Beauty • Fluib (o Wall AND FRIDAY IWHTS TIL 9 203 W. THIRD ST ALTON, ILLINOIS DOWNTOWN I. UOA0WAY AT iirmw ALIGN FIU OIFTJ WITH EVERY !PU|flHASI BiWRf.