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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 21, 1953
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TVtfDAY, A*m If, Wt ALTON IVtmtf* TELEGRAPH Y.W.C.A. WEEK DISPLAY AT BANK*— Women's accomplishments are shown in a display of photos and literature in the lobby of the First National Bank. Mrs. F. Stanley Wright deft'. c ,nd Mrs. Charles T. Metcalf, are looking at part of the Display. The two dolls, in the display case at the upper left are from the permanent collection honoring women of accomplishment- in the state at the historical library in Springfield, and they represent the images of Mrs. Sophia Dcmuth and Mrs. Angie Schweppe. At the lower left is a picture of Mrs. Paul B. Cousley, a picture of Miss Katharine Dickinson is at the upper right, and a tribute to Mrs. Cora D. Rohland is at the lower right.—Staff photo. William 0, Wilson Btirifli IB TttHTCWW With the Rev, CurfliMwtm, pi* tw of Calvary Baptist Church of* Relating, funeral rittt wtre eon- ducted Monday at ? p.m. at Streets tp funeral home for WllHaffl 0. Wilson, who was accidentally trocufed at BucKeye, Aria?., last Members flf Greenwood Lodff, Odd Fellows, also conducted mortal services at. the funeral home Monday night. The body was to be gent tMs evening to Jackson, Term., where services will be held Wednesday afternoon. Burial will be In Maple Springs Cemetery, Mercer, Term. Mrs. Cart Watkins and Mrs. Otto Scurlock sang two selections. Some 35,000 horses a year still ire bing shipped from Eire to the continent for slaughter. LBOAL NflKMCl NOTICt OF « jtr LKCTlON SCHOOL MRfltORf kUt TH»MvqT--'-OT pri. Hanna EPP pMMM tiWy April 81, 1MB: rnmtfnW for fief in itlenct, Jo e>M can *m us weep: mtn> * illtnt tear t* «fi«d others art asleep. Husband and Children, MEMORY— Of our dearent mothef. •Ill Man Rtppllnger, who departed 111 life three years ago. April 21, 1980: '• tee you in our dreams at night, ft! call you in the dawn: nd yet we have to tell ourselvetf hat you are really gone, Hit yoa tre gmt biyona reran, mt.f If WOT ..... able to furniil. -,--,. t>me lob. OrmrT Mldry if «t»1« to Ify. Apply in trerton. tenter's al- trtd a day, Anfl there is nothing we ean do, Ana nothing we ean say. ou were so wonderful to us, o gentle, sweet and kind. t seems like we were 'always your hint ma mind. o, there I* nothing we can say, icept • loving prayer . _.i*t Goa will wen* yott, dear Mom, Ana keep you in His care. Aftfl W Ul of our tomorrows, TBere ts nothing we can do Except to live a better lire In memory, dear Mom, of you. Sadly missed by Daughters, Son Lewis, Nieces and Nephews. Wan.ambitimis, of^ tooi jslwrirettT,^re- finement, aft* 3D to W. Hlfh MMWI or better ertunction. Mutt vim tn fm M ready to accept fjtwltlon by M«J> U, less. Capable of earning about $9,000 annually, salary end commiwion. Engaged in an important JSTint-Minvllie expansion program, t am seeking a man to want locally in Mftdtitm County and surrounding aren repreiientlng • Johns-M«nvtlle Approved Contractor. For personal interview, write fully giving age. education, experience and telephone number. Addreti: w. Rawllnfs, Johns-Mimville Sale* Corp., 1000 Market St., 91, Lmils 1. Missouri, FIR80NAMI OIRT'S AN EXPERT—At houieworS tor the u«e« Olano plastic type linoleum coating. Ends waxing. Buck'* Paint Store. ALTON-EDWARDSVILLE AREA INDUCTEES—Seven registrants from the Alton draft board area and five from .the Edwardsville area were in contingent of 22 Madison County selectees reporting at the county seat this morning for induction into the armed forces in St. Louis. Seated in front row are members of : the Edwardsville group (left to rjght): Earnest C. Farris, Roy C. Cross, James K Barry, Richard L. Kessmann and Domenick Leone. The Alton area inductees, standing in rear, are (left to right): Daniel A. Williams (volunteer), Joseph C. Boucher, Robert VV Cox. Gerald L Baker, Clarence R. Boucher (brother of Joseph C., a volunteer), Kenneth C. Walker and Robert E. VanDuker. Ten Tri- Cities area selectees completed the contingent.—Evelyn Bowles photo. Carrolltoii CORRESPONDENCE By MRS. VIRGINIA CILLER CARROLLTON. —A marriage license was Issued April 18 in the office of Dvvight Coonrod, county clerk, to George Henry Wyatt and Miss Marjorie Evelyn Turnbaugh, both of Jacksonville. Russell Wiles and William Harrison were business visitors in St. Louis Friday. Mrs. Frank Keller has accepted a secretarial position in the office of Judge Jack Alfeld. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reese spent the week end in Roodhouse, where they were guests of Mrs. Reese's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brant. Mr. and Mrs. Hollyn Jackson and son spent Sunday in Nokomis, where they were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Emmons. Mrs. Eileene Leininger and Mrs. Everett Mehl entertained members of their bridge club Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Leininger's parents, Judge and Mrs. L. A. Mehrhoff. J. W. Hudson of Chicago Is a guest at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Boirun Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Jouett and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Windmiller of Alton were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Jouett, Miss Delores Parrott, county home adviser, spent the week end visiting in Rochester at the home of Mr. and Mn. Wayne Archer, in Breckenridge at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lovekamp, in Varna at the home of Mr. and Mn. William Koch Jr., and in McNabb at the home of Mr. and Mr>. Clarence J, Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. William Cheer/and Mr». and Mrs. E. Anderson of Chicago, were week-end guests of Cheely's grandmother, Mrs. W. A. Hubbant who is a patient in Boyd Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Viola Edwards will go to St. Louis this evening to see South Pacific at Kiel Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ballard of Springfield were guests Sunday of Ballard's mother, Mrs. C. W. Ballard. Mrs. Marian Wylder of Springfield, a field representative of the Illinois Division of the American Cancer Society, consulted with representatives of the Greene County Chapter of the American Cancer Tuesday and running through May Society here Monday. Mrs. Frank Daniels returned 1 Ruest evangelist wilf be the Rev. home Saturday from St. Louis, j George S. Peek, pastor of Congress • • • ' • Ave. Bible Church, Saginaw, Mich.. and also secretary of the Michigan American Council of Churches. The Rev. Mr. Peek, formerly of Wood River, was employed at the Shell refinery for 10 years prior to where she had been undergoing examination and treatment at Barnes Hospital. Miss Edith Wiemer returned to her home in San Francisco. Calif., Tuesday, after a visit here with her aunts, Miss Virginia Vedderjhis entering the ministry. He was and Miss Grace Vedder. j ordained in 1938 by the First. Bap- Mrs. Margaret Daniels and son, j list Church of Roxana, and is a John, of Jerseyville, were Sunday i graduate of Bob Jones College, guests at the homes of Mr. and Greenville, S.C., and Eastern Bap- Mrs. Frank Daniels and Mr. and I list Theological Seminary, Phila- Mrs. George Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. Al Pohlman of Chicago spent the week end here with Pohlman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pohlman. They were accompanied here by James Pohlman, a NOTtCl !S HEREBY GIVEN that en Saturday, the and ds? of May, 1988, an election will ~vt fttid tn Community Unit School District Number i, Macoupin «nd Jersey Counties. Illinoii, for the purpose of voting upon the following propositions: 1. To select a ichool house site. The following site hat been petitioned to appear on the ballot: The West Half (Hi of the South. eatt Quarter (W ot the Southwest Quarter I'.v of Section Nineteen (19), Township Xight (8) North. Range Nine <9> West of the Third Principal Meridian, Macoupin County, Illinois, subject, however, to such part thereof as hat been heretofore dedicated for public road purposes, sild tract containing 18,3* acres, more or less, commonly known as "Wilson" land, is located at the Northeast corner of the intersection of S.B.I. Routes 16 and 111, and the agreed purchase price therefor is JiO.OOO.oo. I. Shall the Board of education ol Community Unit School District Number 9, Macoupin and Jersey Counties, Illinois, purchase ~ school house site? 3. Shall the Board of Education el Community Unit School District Number 9, Macoupin and Jersey Counties, Illinois bund a Junior- Senior High School Building? '4, Shall the Board of Education of Community Unit School District Number 9, Macoupin and Jersey i Counties, Illinois, issue $700.000.00 School Building Bonds, due serially on January 1 in each of the years and In amounts as follows: $20,000 - 19SS 30,000 - 1988 through 1980 38,000 - 1981 through 1964 40,000 - 1988 through 1988 45,000 - 1989 through 1972 80,000 - 1973 bonds numbered from 1 through 310 bearing interest at a rat* not to exceed Three and Three-Fourths Per Cent tf'^) per annum, and bonds numbered 311 through 700 bearing interest at a rate not to exceed Four Per Cent (4%) per annum? Tor the purpose of this election this School District shall constitute (our (4) voting precincts, the polling places therefor being as follows: PRECINCT NO. 1: In the lower class room in the school house in the Village of Fidelity, in the County of Jersey and State of Illinois, which shall be the polling place for all legal voters of Community Unit School District Number 9, Macoupin and Jersey Counties, Illinois, residing in all that part of said Unit District Number 9 located' in Fidelity and Ruyle Townships in the County of Jersey and State of Illinois. PRECINCT NO. 2: In the East room of the new addition to the High School Building in the Village of Brighton, tn the County of Macoupin and State of Illinois, which shall be the polling place for all legal voters in said Unit School District residing in all that part of said Unit School District Number 9 located in Piasa Township, Jersey County, UlinSls, and in Brighton Township, Macouptn County, Illinois. PRECINCT NO. 3: In the Commercial room of the High School Building in the Village of Shlpman, in the County of Macoupin and State of Illinois, which shall be the polling place of all legal voters in said Unit School District in Sections 1 and 2 and Sections 11 to 36, both Inclusive, in Shipman Township, Macoupin County, Illinois, and in all that part of said District Number 9 that lies In Hllyard and Polk Townships, Macoupin County, Illinois, and in the West three-fourths of Sections 6 and 7, in Bunker Hill Township, Macoupin County, Illinois.*and in all of said School District lying in Sections 25 and 26 in Sections 35 and 38. and the East Half of Section 34, in Chesterfield Township, Macoupin County, Illinois. PRECINCT NO. 4: In room 11 of the High School Building in the Village of Medora. tn the County of Macoupin and State of Illinois, which shall be the polling place for all legal voters of said Unit School District residing in all that part of said School District lying in Chesterfield Township. Macoupin County, Illinois, exclusive of Sections 25 and 26, 35 and 36, and the East Half of Section 34, in said Chesterfield Township, and all voter* in Sections 3 tn 10. both Inclusive in Shlpman Township, Macoupin County, Illinois. The polls will be opened at twelve Formerly pastor of Curdie \ o'clock noon and closed at seven o'clock HUSBANDS! WIVES! Get Pep. VlmjfWl younger. Try OSTREX TOfctC TAB- LBT8 today. 41.10 ilie only Me. In Alton at Thrifty Drugs; also druggiiti everywhere. WE SPECIALIZE IN OBTAININO CERTlftCATES BIRTH MS Cut Broadway. Phone 3-«38l I RUMMAOK AND PAHTRT BAMt RUMMAGESALE — Fifit Baptist Church Service Society, Wednesday, April aand at 517 Belle. . RUMMAOK SALE—Twelfth St. Presby. tertjin ghurch, /rlday, 10 - 7. RUMMAtJt SALE—Golden Rule Class, Collage Ave. Presbyterian Church, Thursday, April 23, 1 p. m. MEMBERS of Greenwood Lodge, Odd fellows. Funeral service for Wm. O. Wilson will be held Monday evening at 7 p. m. at Streeper funeral home. All member* please be present. LINCOLN BftUNN. Recording Sec'y. WOOD RIVER LODGE—NO. 1062. Spe cial meeting Wednesday. April 22nd, 6 o'clock. E. A. degree. Visiting brethren welcome. C. H. Corzlne, W. M Roxana Baptist Revival to Open Tuesday Evening ROXANA — The First Baptist Church is announcing a series of evangelistic meetings, starting 3 at 7:30 o'clock each evening. The dolphia. Heights Baptist Church in Alton, he has also had pastorates in Benton, Tenn.; Paducah. Ky.; Philadelphia, Pa.; and Muskegon, Mich., P. M. BETHALTO LODGE—No. 408. Special meeting Wednesday, April 22, at 7:15 p. m. Work in second degree. Visiting brethren welcome. W. E. Baker. W. M. BIOORAflNO «• Mitre « r. r Rtp/tntmo ACOCK5 0 WILKINSON MMto end tilwision Strviet lit w. 8th, Roxana: We convert to U. H. F. Open B to e, encepi 8atwrti«y, e to • 4-8814 UHF CONVERTER!*— For Admiral, zeft» , Weitinthouse, Chmntl si, install ith. M ft8.W. WJieOX nr mtSF I—FRMALR rr v/iwa"** 1 * TTI-I** * .wia.* a-ws llgTll nOHHP" work and care of one child. Furnish ivoMAM wOl*K Aftu vnic ui v»nw vn own transportation. a-ft7M. VAITrtBSS-rf'OT everting shlfl. 5gme e.x- pprience. Wood River. Parkwty rive-In, 'o work in small office. Mult have typing experience. Write Box 070, car* Telegraph. WAMtlB-for ohy'sT >iei*fea, BW clan's office. Experience pre B80. care Telegraph. ox WOMAN—To slay en place. General housework and cooking. Private home. Reference*. Belleville, Hi. Writ* Box 830, cere Telegraph. -»•. -— Expert neeo waitress p. aW4 State. IO Md Television * ' -p' . ^2-0442 Robert L, FotWr-North Alby Boart Conteitntimn CourMoui Reliabtt SQUARE DIAL SHOP 720 t BROADWAY - 3-9411 ••VRN MtN tO FOR QUICK MOVING VANTKij— ftp OTTER at wouu FtNISKKH. MILTON ROAD CLEAN- KRB. 8-0931. W)MAN—For general housework and cooking; 8',4 days.) 3 children. Phone 8*4033. WANTED—cleaning woman, experienced References. _. WAKfflS-Wnlte woman 'to care for 8-year-old some houiework. Call between 8:30 and 8130 p. m. 8-8188. DENTAL ASSISTANT WANTED—Write Box 880, ear* Telegraph, stating age, experience and education. WANTED — White girl, general housework and cooking; go home night*. Two adult*. Middletown. Write Box 890, care Telegraph, MtDDLEAOED LADY — To «tay with children. Phone 4*8704. WOMAN—To care for a children while parent* work shift work. 817 Madison, Wood River. 4-7781. WHITE WOMAN —Or girl for lljm houiework: no washing or ironing. Inquire at 2419 State, Alton. i it BALKS'HBN ™_ iAUsMAN WANrftb-A leading manu- fdcturer of confection item* ha* an Immediate opening in Alton for a distributor. HospitalUatlon, group Insurance and profit sharing plan. High commissions. Need man willing to work and call on retail trade. Box 6BO, care Telegraph. SALESMAN OPpMTUHitVi Alton territory open for experienced salesman. Age 23-30. Call on grocery trade. Sell leading nationally advertised products, Car furnished. Expenses paid. $88 a week to start. Write Box 820. care Telegraph. REAL ESTATE SALESMAN—Or saleslady for Alton and vicinity. Please Write Box «10, care Telegraph. •« SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE LADY WISHES DAY WORK—1488 East 4th street, Apt. 3, Alton, 111., after 5 p, m. BUSINESS OPPOBTUNlTIBB RESTAURANT FOR SALE — By owner, reasonable, doing good business. Call 1:30 to 5; 3-9787; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., 3-7403. AQ8NT8 FOB _ ^ m VON-DER-AHE Van LINES ANYWHERE IN 48 STATES Alto quick moving of itovee, refnger- etere. pianos.. trnnkf, txwtea, or whtt have you? Alto storage. SMITH BROS. " LOCAL — LONO O19TAMO DIAL 4-6561 19 W. Perguion. Wood River USED FURNITURE BOUQHT_*t SOLO McCGY tRANSKft CO." FREIGHT H. A. NEVLIN STORAGE SSTHUi 8W«R TO BLEMS LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE 1628 Wetlhngton Ave. Dial 8-2668 41 SLBBPITfO BOOMS kOOMs-On bwiine. near business district. 3-8174. NICK fto6M-With iwln bed* for i or 2 girls near bu« line*, Call 3-8318. 3 3LEEPINO ROOMS—Working men preferred. Phone a-5318. SllfcpWd RbOM—fine or 8 indies or couple, 401 East Third, couple, 401 East 1 LAttSl! - AtiracH single, double. 2-8S60. ,ve deeping room; For employed lady. NICE QUIET SLBEPiNfl ROOM - for gentleman. Phone 8-7178 after 8 p. m RObM-»iod'ero," close in, prl FRONT ROOM—Modern, close in, vate entrance. 409 E. 4th. NiCE CLEAN StUPWfl' R66W —'For girl. 311 Henry St. 8-7471. LARGE SLEEPING ROOM—Close to bus, for one or two ladles. 3-4378. 4!T HOU8EKEBPINQ BOOMS FOR RENT—3 unfurnuhed rooms, available April 38th. Wired for electric stove. Phone 3-9188. 46 APABTMBNTg • FLATS APOLLOS SHRINK — No. 69. Stated meeting Wednesday, April 22, 7:45. 2Sc white elephant exchange. No formal*. WOOD RIVER LODGE— No. 1082. Special meeting Tuesday, April 21st, 7 o'clock. M. M. degree. Visiting brethren welcome. _ C. H. Conine, W. M._ PIASA LODGE—No. 27. A. F. & A M Special meeting Tuesday, April 21st. 7 p. m. Work in 2nd degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Harold L. Gibbons, W. M. FRANKLIN LODGE — No. 23. Stated meeting Tuesday, April 21st, 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren welcome. V. B. Williams. W. M. ie LOST — axuAiEu — inrouen ' GLASSES-^In Dr. Middleton brown leather case. East Alton Library, or Lytton's. Call 4-928S or 3-7727. STRAYED OR STOLEN—Sunday afternoon, small brindle bull dog with white markings. Answers to name of "Ike." Wearing black harness. Vicinity of East End. Reward. 3-6220. ICE CREAM STORE AND SNACK BAR On State near Elm. Excellent business potential, Takes only $2.000 to buy fixtures and take over lease at $60 a month. Ideal location. C. H. AUTEN AGENCY, Realtor 3-8422 Evenings Please Call PRICE . . . 2-8970 BROCfcWAY . . 2-9903 SMITH . . . 2-8440 HEAVY STEEL SAW MtLL FOR SALE Tom Fltzglbbons. Route 67. 2-9087. a & 3 ROOM—unfurnished modern apts. Available May let fiwiuire Manager 1 * Apt. No. 7, Acton Apt*, 37 East Acton, Wo — ood River. TWO - ROOM—Unfurnished apt. Cottage Hill*. 4-3943. 3 UNFURNIStfttD K66M* -r Wired for electric stove, lights and water fur- nlshed. Adult* only. 3-9189. 3 RbOM APf.-Wp*tatr.. Private bath, heat and water furnished. Adult*. 721 East 6th. 3(30 to 4:30 _ RALPH H. LAOO Phone Cdwardavme «• an Lincoln, 4 room hem*, orated. Kitchen eaWnat*. ment, garage. Lot 80*WSO' available. Price LEONARD DANIEL BEAUTinjli B ROOM nOB St. area. Fireplace, knotty pine room, l«ve|y Corner lot, garage, RISHL AGENCY aa jMmi. „ a GARDENDALE 4 room home near high «hi for stove, electric w*«r hei . lot with plenty of garden •plot. LEONARD otrion. . . . A. D. MILES .., APT. FOR' REN'f-$48. ''Close to Western. Dial 4-3084. _ TVVO — Large unfurnished basement rooms; utilities furnished. Private entrance. Children welcome. Phone 3-2408 $33 month.. SERVICE STATION—For lease in Ed- wardsvllle, 111. Only necessary to buy •took and equipment. Low rental. Poing nice gajllonage. Ph. Sterling 2211. Mr. Brown. WOOD RIVER BEAUTY SALON—For sale. Excellent business. 3 rooms available at rear of shop. Call 4-9277 or 3-9073. . _ . FOR HENT-At Edwardavilie, modern 4 or 8 room apt., near post office. For appointment phone 807, Edwardsvllle. Three room unfurnished apt. Heat and water furnished $48.00 Alton Real Estate Exchange 716 E. 4TH ST. DIAL 2-9797 UPPER ALTON . 8 ROOMS—Large living room witft fit** place. Can foe used aa 3 bedroom*, At* tached garage, gag heat very Blfte, Hardwood floors" Paved street. C16M to 3 buses and,schools. NORTH ALTON VERY NICE « RCOMS—Large 11 room, fireplace. May be used M 4 rooms, a car garage. On bug tt Close to schools. Price ,.,,...,f 184 CARL OK VIOLA TUETKSN 3-9098 HARRY DREW AGENCY—3-1488 OR 8-0419 _ Up p ER ALT(>N 5 rooms and fan, very Ur|< kit- > ehen, 3 bedroomi, tilt bath, full basement with stoker h«at. Hbuke 5 years old and In p«rf«ct condition. Insulated, corrrfjinitten f storm windows and RESTAURANT A good going business on Route 140 in Cottage Hills. This Is an established business with god possibilities for drive-in. Stock and fixtures reduced to $3200 LEONARD DANIEL AGENCY OFFICE 4-6031 A. D. MILES . . . 4-0035 , SERVICE STATION & CAFE Small garage; 3 rooms living quartern. all stock and fixtures -r$5500 4 miles north of Pearl on Route 100. Better see this. CALL J. W. ALLEN—4-6404 BURNS it CO. — :<-8421 BUSINESS SERVICE «i UttltBBM A KINQ—TAILORING COVERED BUTTONS - Beits and buttonholes. 24-hour service. Central Sewing Supply Co., 14 W Broadway Dial 2-S214 SLIP COVERS—And draperies expertly made; free estimates te samples. 4-5242 4» rUaNIBHKP APABTMBNTtj 2 FURNISHED R6OM8—For rent. Call 831 East Fourth St. NiCttLY FURNlSHED-3 room apt. Pri: vate entrance and bath. Adults only. 3-3712. . _ 2 LARGE fURNlSttED MOM - All modern; np children. 104 Herman, East Alton. 4-4882. ' _ DOWNTOWN EWKJtE'NCY — Next to Stratford Hotel, 10 East Third. Private, attractive. Employed lady only. Mrs. Manion. 3-68B2. . _ _ 2"ROOto APAttTMEN*-All utilities furnished. No objection to baby. $18 week. Call after 4:30. 4-6384. 139 East Acton, Wood River. _ 2_ _ LARGE. MODERN— 2 room furnished apt. Private entrance and bnth,»large wall-in closet. 128 So. 13th, Wood River FU'RNlSHEb APT.— For 2 adults. 108 E. Lorena, Wood Hlver. 2' FURNISHED ROOMS— Upstairs. Front and back entrance. Shower bath, hot water, lights and heat furnished. Work- tng couple preferred. 403 Market. 3 "FURNISHED ROOMS— in Ea»t Alton. 32S George. $7.80 per week. 2-3897. LOST—Blue and white zircon ring on Ferguson avenue. Wood River. Saturday. Reward. 4-1876. 4-3342. STRAYED—Cocker spaniel. Answer* to name, "Bullet." If found notify Rev. Luther T. Simmons, 1910 Gross St., or call 3-4183. Reward. LOST—Wednesday, April IS. 3-month- old setter pup in neighborhood Northmoor, Ramona Place. Reward. Call 2-BS23. Mr. Homer Zlgrang. II ' NOTICES GET IN LINE—Now's the time to try 1 Flna Foam for cleaning rugs and up- _hoUtery. Buck's Paint Store. CUSTOM PLOWING—Garden .— ill LAUNDERING Dial 4-7204. plowing. GARDENS PLOWED—With garden tractor; Upper Alton or Milton area. Ph. 2-6103. «,,,.,. •» ,h. n n .rrf «» Triu>>*tinn i NOTICE—From this day forward 1 will order of the Board of Education | ,„„„,. h . P »« n , in .ihi« fnr «nv rf.hi. of said District. Dated this 13th day of April, A. D. patient at Vaughn Veterans' Hos- prior to his going to Saginaw in pital at Hines, who expects to I9"il. Mr. Peck is married and the spend two weeks here with his par- father of a six-year-old son. He is ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pohlman.| a broiher to Hei-man Peek, former- Mrs. W. C. Kelly is seriously ill > \ y O f Alton, and the Rev. Eldon at the home of her son-in-law and peek of Alton. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Francis i 1953. EARL 8HELTON, President. EBERT POINTER, Secretary. Geers. Woodburn CORRESPONDENCE By IENORA ELUQTT ; Fire Department Makes er,~Mr§. Ben Jones. Miss Mabel Four Runs on MondaV Thvor and Mrs FtowAv Strnhhenlt T.-' -i _ .. .« .' Thyer and Mrs. Pewey Strohbeck represented the Woodburn Con- EFFECTIVE A8 OF TODAY. Mr. K. S. Hughes, former part-owner of Western Auto Associate Store, Fourth and Stata The series of meetings will he un- i sti • ha « i0lcl hl « interest to H. A. Moore. All future transactions must have the approval of H. A. Moore. April 31, 22. 2:i NOTICE ~6~F~CLAIM~ DATE Notice is hereby given to all person! that the first Monday in June, 1S03, is the Claim Date in the estate of Norman A- Hunt, Sr . Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, end that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Peted this 18th day of April. 1993. MAURICE B HUNT. Executor. HILT. Probate Clerk. rler the direction of Pastor L. K. Muslain, and will feature congregational singing of the old gospel hyrnns, special music, and a definite evangelistic emphasis. The church ii located at Central and Tydeman in Roxana. Four alarm* were answered by M. I. NEWELL. Attorney Alton firemen Monday. At 10:40 a gregatlonal Church at a meeting m ., No 4 com pany extinguished a of the Springfield Association held Brass n re a t 1954 Br-wn St. No. 1 at Beardstown Sunday. April 81. 2« May no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself Dated this Ittth day of April, 19511. Henry T. Sego, R. K. No. 1, Jerseyville. Ill. GARDEN PLOWING—2-2002. WANTED—Washings and ironings. Call 2-6034. WASHINGS & IRONINGS—Call after 4:30. 2-4787. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMINTB LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED AND REPAIRED—A Stuppertch. 3106 Alby. Phone 8-4388. WATER WELL DRiLLINO—New outfit". Guaranteed service. Orient Drilling Co , Jeraeyvllle. 297S-W4. KLAGSfONE BUILDING STONE-And driveway rock. GJLLENWATER. Dial 3-8308. RED & WHITE SANITARY SERVICE Cesspools, Septic Tanks and Outside WILL SUB-LEASE—2 room efficiency with Pullman kitchen and bath. $87.50. May or June 1 to Sept. 1. Ph. 3-4812. 2 ROOM MODERN APT. — Immediate occupancy. Schawrtz Bldg, Apply Schwartz Appliance Co., Edwardsville, 111. 2 ROOMS FURNISHED—All modern, excellent location. 430 East Third. _ 2 ROOM APT.—Private entrance.,T8bB3 netlan blinds, comer lot fenced back yard. Conve to schools arid bus. Price $12/1 R. H. HESSENFLOW, Realtor 4-3&93 Evenings Dial Andrieta Henderson 4-3S17 .1, WOOD RIVER Better nee this one quick—B lug* room bungalow, garage. Bverythlhg it nice, floors, basement, yard and neighborhood. Just a nice, clean, comfortable home, priced to sell quick, 911900 CLAZEBROOK AGENCY VERNON JOHNSON 2-3398 1 JOHNSOr 5TH ST. 7 room. (4 bedrooms), all modern hofee in one of Alton's moat desirable neighborhoods. Gas heat, landscaped IcH, 3- ear garage. Lot 00x137. Price for quick •ale. Call CLASSBRENNER 3-3584. After 5-2-4982 Hemphill Agency SOUTH CENTRAL-Wood River. 2-5 room homes ffir the price of one. Only ... — ...$8500 Dial 2-6833 or 3-3584 Harry Long at Hemphill Agency Vaults, cleaned, day or night. Wood River 4-8062 or 4-3465 Call «7 HOUBlg FOR KENT FOR RENT—4 room basement house. 614 Brookslde. Alton. Phone 2-7377. 6 "ROOM MODERN HOME—With garden plot. Phone 2-2806. FOR RENT or LEASE—New home In choice location. Available June 1st. 4 rooms and bath down, can sublet 3- room furnished apt upstairs. Private entrances and bath. Box 840. care Tele- g r a uh. FOR~RENT—3 room unfurnished house, near town. Adults only. Call 7 a. m. to a p. m. 4-2425. FOR RENT—8 room house. Phone 184-W, Brighton. 4» tUKNUHBU BOU8KB S lve la- Eagle Stamps. Jim Baker Service tlon, 3rd and * Edwardsville Road, Wood River STATE LICENSE AND NOTARY SERVICE CHARLIE CLARK, 608 E BUWY. CUT GLASS WANTED—Antique's.' old chlnaware, glassware, furniture, oil lamps, iron toy*. 2-3276. NATIONAL LOCKSMITH—Mart Hauhe Keys made for Locks. Safe Openings New Safes 718 Belle a-0123 TREE SERVICE Have your trees trimmed now. estimate. We devote our full time to tree service. Phone 3-4840 or 4-3870. M. C. LOVE. Tree Service BY OWNER—Bluff, newly painted, T rooms, stoker, sun porch, fireplace, 3- car garage, full basement. Cap 8-84.78. MIDDLETOWN Near schools and bus; good location' Lovely 4-room modern, gaa heat, full basement, garage, corner lot, A-l condition, vacant. Price reduced $1,000 for quick sale S9460 WM. R. NORRIS Residence 2301 College. 2-42M DREW AGENCY UPPER ALTON — Good brick, arranged to rent out part to help pay payments or have 8 rooms for self. Immediate possession ,.., IMSO WM. NORRIS 2-4395 HARRY DREW AGENCY j-1296 HARTFORD HAWTHORNE ST. — 4>> room, frame, all modern, full basement, double garage, glassed-in front porch. Call J. W. ALLEN 4-6484 BURNS & CO.. 3-8481 ELFCEN 4-room modern brick I4500 POWHATAN 4-room modern I7|SO NORTH MOOR, GODFREY GUTTERING Spouting, melal chimney roven Free estimates White's Tin Shop. 2-1424. 4 ROOMS—Modern. Newly furnished * iao _^: 30 ?T T 4-B707. ( EAST ALTON — 2 furnished room*. 4-4BBO. ; 3 " CTATB CT SMALL 2 ROOM HOUSE — Furnished. | > I A I B 9 I. Call_4-2681. : 5-room modern .•>... |79M WlLir'SUB-LEASE— My 5 room home IOHNSON for June. July and August. Rfaton- . '" •"" CESSPOOLS . able rent. Children accepted. Write T BI sn.. J_Fitiglbbon,_H ; H. No. a. Alton. Ill PARK DRIVE WANTED — Mlddleaged couple to thare i 5-room modern and Septic Tanks pumped and repaired. IIUIIIB with elderly woman. Centrally r _ . . .— —_- r _.._.. \.... -.t —ft KJ... .. Ki if aurl >ils\B* t r» I nuun Dial 4-3251 or 2-4105 _^ SIDERS WANTED-wood River to st. Louis via East St. Luuis; 8 to 3. Call 4-2825 after _6 p._m. _ RIDE WANTED—To Naval Air Station or vicinity, dally. DUI 4-064* KIDKR8 WANTED—to Granite City". UayK_4-»OBO. company, with a resuscitator, was ANNOUNCEMENTS CABP Of THANKS ' S WOULD LIKE and all our W. L. Main, accompanied by his dispak'hed at 11:40 a.m. lo the res- *Miss GraJe Vedder, who fell sev-j w "*- visited over the weekend at k| e , U 'e of Mrs. Waller Boschert, 71?, gJjgJf^T, eral weeks ago an4 fractured her lh * Leslie Hardison home. T h e Spring St. They administei-Pd oxy- Mr and Mrs Don Patterson hip, and returned to her home here Mains wer« en route to California gen to Mrs. Bosrhert, a heart pa- ^^^^ CTION» GUITAR LBBBONS — Learn"*~to" play America's favorite folk Instrument. Lessons $1 90 Instrument rented with full credit applying toward purchase. HAYEK MUSIC CO 452 E Jennlngu. Wood Hlver 4-4120 BLOCK LAYING Chimneys tuck-pointed. $10 up Concrete work of all kinds, yard work. Dial 4-7968 after a p.m. located. Neur bus and close to town. Box 570, care Tele.raph , 5-room DOROTHY vwnwirii Hl'KINKXS PLACER ,„ .-.._.„-._-_- ^... •=yvS~g>M«rj^aan 'tnlfin OFFICE SPACE FOR HENT-42S to «80 P«r month liM - 127 W. Third St. Pn 5-room brick « ' DKlniar 8767. •«-«-»>,.dr.n after undergoing surgery in DePaul Hospital in St. U>uis. entered Cedar Knoll Nursing Home in Greenfield. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Frisch, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moulton and sons, Harry and Harlan, of Taylorville, were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs, Frisch's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berlin. Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Smith of Winchester were guests Sunday of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mis. Clarence simiih. Mr. and Mis. Robert Hmdelang entertained members of then- bridge club Sunday evening at their horn*. Mrt. Berenice Meade, Mrs. Bessie Sehnelten, Mn. Mary Boim and where he will be assigned to the ,i f . n r. until the arrival of her phy- George Air Force Base. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Waltz, who er drugs. She was reported to be were married last Sunday at the recovering. Advwitist Church in Alton, havei At 3:30 pm.. No. 1 and 2 corn- moved into the horn* south of here, panieg and the ladder truck new sU-ian. who administered the prop-' hood. D.««ht.r. of_«>th. end .n the owned by Ed Hilyard i found smoke in the house of Arthur (or their thoughtful klntfne** during th» recent Illness end death of our dear daughter gad aiater ' Mr ead Mrs Elmer Hack and Family. The Pilgrim Fellowship of the Mayhall. 929 Easton St.. caused by re Woodburn Congregational Church some meat that had cooked diy on 'Harris"^"died April jv i«§': gave a potluck s u p p o r in the the stove. church basement Sunday evening. At 11:20 p.m.. firemen of No. 1 Charles Walter, student at South- company stood by to guard against ern Illinois University, spent the (ire as a wrecker removed a sedan jjy J^QVIN'O weekend with hi» parents. Mr. and that hud crashed neur iho " Mrs. LeRoy Fen»terman i 1 have my precious memories Of a loved one gone before: I will meet you In the morning Where we'll never part tn> more. Cvtlena Harris Wife Bird painting on Me Adams Memur- Visitois with Mrs. Leonaro El- wl Highway. liott during th* weekend were: Mr. ____ and Mrs. Loui$ Tucker of Alton; Harry iCooki»)La\ag*uo. coach Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elberg and of th* Brooklyn Dodgers. pl«.\«d sons of Fogterburg. and Mrs. Rol- in two Work} Strict and two All- Highlander uho pa&»ed aw«> ago tutU.\ April Jl»i. 1951 Nothing can tgke away The love our heart holds dear; Fond in«niori»k linger da> h- day veeit — *Ky - 4*" lie of Brighton. 1 bur Games. SaoUy mliji Mrs Fe Dono« •>«ter. A.«a I Charia» vjbie , •a who loved her. Mother ughter, ACCOBplON - Spanish and Hawaiian guitar instruction. Beginners Instruments rented Koyal School ol Music. n T nifL> WANTED—«*T field Tire Co , iUOO K_Bro«dway^ Alton. MAN Neat, ag* 22-45, with car lo »erv» local route, well established, for national concern. Earn ago per week while training Phnne 2-0194 between 8 8 p in 7 - 8 a m _ _ MAN WANTED -For wrvU-e 'stetloiv Night tr.iit Si 30 hour « and 7 day week Martin Oil West Altun. Mo WANTED Young man belwocn age uf lil JO ~V-^ Serviceman' to tiain (or (\ pUini win Ii Ur«'K»el Vuung Udirv WANTED Experienced furniture mover Dial 4 b~»ul btl'Aern 8 and > p in WANTED Yoilni! man to di> general Store work Appb Scliwart/ Kurintuie {'f, Wood Hivtrr III bee BUI Thompson COMBINATION New and used i sir Sulr-.!Mdr> automobile experience prr (ened bit olner kclllng *xjtrieine. ai'cept<it>ir M>P' V '" person W»Iz Motor Co lOOd Fait Broadv.ii. BOY- Under" ^1 »te«d.v grocery work, no *\pei ern f nereatary References reqi.'ied. R<I'L- B".K o 1 *. <-*'« JVIe- graph. CARPENTRY REPAIRS—Block laying, electrical work, sewer repairs, concrete work. Dial 4-BQ01 WILL CUt TREES DOWN—Top trees. haul away. 4-8437. ROWLAND REFRIGERATION SERVICE «7 GIRSON 8TRIK1 Dial »-584« SEPTIC TANKS - And cess pooii pumped and cleaned- Also repair* Most reasonable rates Call 4-32&1 or 2-4 1 «5 _^ WE fUClCPOINf - And rebuild chim nays Also, build and repw CCM pool* and septic ta^ks. 2-4195. 88 m iiDum cowiAorbaa'""'*'" CONTRACT CEMCr7T WORK — Of all kinds Union Work. Free dulimate:, LYNN WOOD, 3WU frgnor Phone :i l)2»n - 3-51S1. 1 GfNlfKAL CONTltACfPki — Brick, block or rock laying. Tuckpolnting. plastering end cement finishing Phone S-We M M. Workman, contractor MASONBV CONTBACTWO - Brick, block, tuck pointing and, rock laying, ,-f^fn —5Va«K5 n.,i,'.« to ,«„. s. Plater patching. «. L,. Henderson. LOCAL PA8TO8 - Dekire* .to rant^ 3 2-9454. GENERAL CONTBACTWO -' trick block or rock (eying Tuckpointiog. ^- - - -- ;.... plastering und cemanfflaiahing Ptaaoe j r^R 8ALB- North Alton business dU- S-6496_ M^ U Workmao. COP true tor _ trict. store building Six room apart- cA'HpENTKjTWoaK WANTfD- Cabinet "»eni upstair* Write Box 530. car* wurk a apacialty Phone 4-35B3 Telegraph. 6-room brick in.eoo IJ1.WO W»,000 113.100 41 U^j(6ii AND DBJlk aUOM ROYAL COMBINATION—Office and warehouse j 7-room modem ,. bnace Milton road Large parking area. I L4AIM Clyde BeiUmlth, P. O. Box 71. Alton. m«l« Phone Portage Das Sioux, Mo. 9377. 7-room modern ,, .... .•—._—- - = ^ = ^- —'—r- -s^ Bnf^BlA/AAK 5| MIlCELLANKOtJI CVvBWWU KoTinRTcT^~fV«ir«>~.pTceTTnTd¥rh~jT- 7-room. two family •••••- - ;f j^gi_ t :gL lr ±gg^—— ^ i HARRY F. HEMPHILL .»i" W4NTKU rO_MNt ACINCY WANTED TO RENT-5 or Vroom mod Phone 3 3384 i afta» • p.m. 1*2043 Of M*M ei n hou»e Adult*. Pennaiietit Call 3-?33S « or » ROOM'ilcniSE "By~MaT"l»T~or WOOD RIVER briuie Phone. a-04S3.4.4ai7._4^SB4. i STATE AID ROAD WANTED :i room modern furnl»hed fl. room m(K U-in .tpi fiuatc bath, for pi ojebsional em C/MIVU I2VU pluvo ol Wood River Hot-piUI MUM he )OUTn I9TFI a\aila|jlt b\ May 8 Dial l-MZl, exlen l-rooin modern SHELL EMPLOYE--"Becentiy'transTerred . „„_ T,*,rfl r \; to this area, urgentb need. 2-badroom 4-room modern - m -•••••• house or apt , unfurnished Reference* WHITILAW 28834 5-room ^ - -. . .-. - -_ -.-;_• — S-room Bu/dern ., IMM ENGINEIEBr — Want. 2 or 3 bedroom LONCFILiOW houke. two children. Reference* Phone |. faam t^r'Thed , ,,, MHf roorn modavrn house u> Alton a-1727 Can wathed. - removed -And wall* FARM FOB SALS- 7 to »eTile e»lale. 240 red 8-3823 »*•<•«• known a* "Grand View Fan;;. Interior painting. free estimates dial :i 8814 or For I 1 , miles kouth of Jerseyville AUou'SvenTug. Telegraph. St Louu. Bapubhc INTliSor ei~ncTfKiO« PAlNfWG=: $& «ftir% p^n* _ Propeity end workmen iniured union i-oR~SAL£ or TBADarHB-acre farm. 3 ml work Fre* eui/iiat* iethaito P»intui| %"a e rioutn ol ctiuSiHn* 8 ioon, mod- il & Decorating Beth«ito. Pnooe 34M f rn hiuae. good outbuildings and «a « aOOM MO, ~ PAOJTINS ter »upph, all weather road D«l« JOT WCOflW. fcj dtcoiaUng 2-3141 — 2-087J. Siuoyw, B. A. No. 7, CarluuiH*. »• '\ 4' a room modern SOUTH CENTRAL 4-room modern HAMILTON 4-room moilAirn . • SOUTH 7TH $T, 5-iocuo modem . • HARRV P. AGINCY rolfTALf^ v' hou«e with * lot Ptoa»

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