Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1953 · Page 4
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April 22, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

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WW1FOV* ALTON KVBN1NO TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL aa, Iff) Peoples Ticket Wins at Brighton HflfBid Bbtt RG * Elected Mayor of Village BftUMltlN, — The Peoples party ww§ Kfetortmw in Tuesday'! vtOigii election here, winning all ftvt posts. • Rflratd 0; Bott, Ineumbpnt, won ton Me Attained to Weir Show WE REBUILD W. J, RIIDEfl I ION WuMfifton A Collet* Ate* ovef Wlfllsm Bates of the Console dated ticket and Raymond Helde- nttftti of the PfOfrefwlve party for president of the village board. Bott, according to unofficial returns, polled 28S votes to Bates' 61 and Hetdemann's 113. Gordon Lamport had an easy time of it In the rlerk.1' race. He received 289 votes tr> Klden Bolt's 62 and Ester Jones' 92, far trustees, George St. Cln. incumbent, with 2Bfi; Albert Oertel with 284, and Malcolm Anders with 242 won over Victor Wnldon with 5fl, Otto Woods with 56, George Me- Nenr with 44, Raymond Schooherle with .163. Mflvin F.hhlpr with 109, Rimer Bott with 89, and Frank Carr with 2B.i A lotal of 466 votes wrre rnst which was one of the heaviest totals in recent years, TON IF YOU'VE NEVER DANCED BEFORE,,. AFTER ONE LESSON AT ARTHUR MURRAY'S Beginners are always surprised that they start fight out dancing on their very first lesson. The secret is Arthur Murray'* discovery, "The Magic Step tO ( Popularity." This basic step' gives you the key to all dances and you can master it even if you've never danced before! .fftrall farfoy; Dane* 1«nlghll ^ ARTHUR MURRAY " 123 W. Third St., Alton, III. Dlftl 8-B609 _Opnn 10 A. M. Unfit 10 P. Maturity Date Neyrs for Jersey Commodity Loam . - The dale of April SO Is Important to all Jersey County producers who have loans or purchase agreements on 1952 crops of wheat, oats, hay and pasture seed was the warning issued here Tuesday by John D. Quirk, chairman of the Jersey County PMA committee. ' * 1 April 20 Is the loan maturity date for such commodities and Jersey County producers having such grain or seed under price supports must decide what they are going to do. ' Producers with loans may pay off the loan or turn the grain or seed over to the Commodity Credit; Corp. Repayment is- urged in any cases where the market price is above the support rate, plus interest and carrying charges. Quirk reported Tuesday that In- : B i By BBRTMA SHORT MKDORA -T Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Moore and son and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Huff spent Charles Russell f ins at Shipman Elected Mayor With 25 Write-in Sunday in Belleville at (he home of j were cast. Mrs. Huff's sister, Mrs. Henry Rolh. William Rands and sister, Mrs. Nellie Pinkerlon, Kayptle, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ixiuis Mnska. William Smith and mother, Mrs. Myrtle Smith, spent Sunday in Roodhouse at the home of her daughter, MVs. Kd Jones. . SHIPMAN - Charles a write»tn candidate, was elected president of the village board here to Tuesdays election over Howard QwflHm, 25 to 5. A total of 51 votes the village treasurers' post and MHford Bentwtt with 38 and Homef Milner and Francis Ooleman with 31 each were elected visage trot- ten. Henry Clower with 39 votes efectttf pottet In molt aritt wftut but rogar It prwlncted it It subsMleed fty tatiffs or othtt iuwnmm wgu- latidns, ~A eotneTi till rtftwfif wt the head to § direction oppwfti the sun. T?M8, when • etwnet la moving away from the mm, U» w» the hcftfji J. J, Laffey, present mayor, who has held the post for the past 16 years, did not seek re-election thil term. Others on the ballot Tuesday, all j Incumbents, who were re-elected and their total vote were: Beulah Schuetz for village clerk, 39 votes; Lester K. Kelsey, 38. Carl R. Schuetz 37 and Walter Wood, 39, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bahr, Jersey- j all for village trustees, ville, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Stmnk. I dividual notices have been mailed i Mr - Mrs. A. K. Frueh and to farmers advising them of 'action ! family visited Sunday with his pnr v to HP fnken. This action falls Into enls, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B'ruch, the following three categories: first, form stored loans—farmers Road Bond Issue Wins at Medora Greenville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry ,T. .Tones should advise the county commit-i nn(I daughler. Sandra, nnd Missj tee Immediately of Intentions to i« f oy°e ^unn. Brighton, visited Surv! nnst in (ne village election here repny the loans or deliver the com- i dfiv afternoon with Mrs. Gertrudd j Tuesday that saw seven candi- modi'ly, However, repayment nor-1 <'«wllllm. dale" win posts without opposi mally rnn.be made up to the time- ! Mr - and Mrs. Bill Lynch, Pinsa. the notice of delivery is given. > were guests Sunday evening of her Secondly, In warehouse stored i aunl > Mrs. Sarah Cameron. loans, producers may pay off loans i Mr - anfl Mrs. Stanley Ol.ten and family, Modesto, were down Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Wil- and redeem warehouse certificates through April 20. If this is not done, CCC will proceed on May 1 to take over the commodity. In the third case of purchase agreements, of producers have purchase agreements on 1952 wheat, oats, hay or pasture seed, they may sell to CCC at tlhe loan price, provided they advise the Jersey County committee hefore April 20 that they desire to do so. India knew how to make sugar from sugar cane before 400 B. C. A NEW BANKING TIME For your convenience, «« now have extended banking 1111 hours on FRfDAV MIGHTS, from i until I o'elock. ALL DEPARTMENTS, INCLUDING THE SIDEWALK TELLER, WILL BE ON HAND TO SERVE YOU. First National Bank & TRUST COMPANY fit Alton CapifaJ and Surplus $1.500,000 Third * Belle Streets • Alton. Illinois MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION for oiling the streets of the village also carried by a wide margin, 34 to 1. Pete Chism was elected president of the village board with 36 Ham Searles, .who has been ill. votes; Elmer Well, a newcomer, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Warner had ns guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Vahramp and Mrs. Frank HtlHer and son, Wood River, and Mr. and Mrs, Russel Warner, Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. William Kemper Sr., spent the weekend in Carnon- rlnlft with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. (Jporge McCrrllis. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hunt called nn his sister, Mrs. Howard Bartovv, in Alton Sunday evening. , Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Milner and son and Miss Donna Wise were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Maple. Mr. and Mrs. Orlie Boullion, Pia.sa, were guests Sunday evening of her aunt, Mrs. Mayme Rhoads. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Farrant and family, Shipman, visited Satur- won the clerks post with 38 votes, C. N. Bartow with 39 votes won Mr. and Mrs. Clifford day with Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. Virden llalsey and family, Moline, spent. .Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ewin spent last week at the home of her ; brother, William Moore, Fidelity, while Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore were at Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Rhoads. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Srhall and son, Ronald, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manns, Alton, were callers Saturday at the home of SPEC.AL AT GIBSON'S THE STORE THAT QUALITY BUILT oice INO TAUI t1"«M"*M" High END TABLE Mrs. Bertha Rhoads. i Mr. and Mrs. Lee Manning were here from Jerseyville Sunday evening to visit with her sister, Mrs. L. C. Dougherty. The Mannings have just returned from Florida where they spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flamm and son, Klston, Jerseyville, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gaffney Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Junior Nelson and family, Hamburg; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faber and family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Watts and family, East Alton. Mrs. Leo Scott and Mrs. Marcella Bolin, Alton, were dinner guests Sunday of Rev. arid Mrs. W. A. Summers. Mrs. Evelyn | Walters, Alton, was a guest in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dodge and Mrs. Ida Dodge were in St. Louis, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Summers and granddaughter, Patsy Gumn, Granite City, were guests Sunday evening at the home of his brother, Rev. W. A. Summers. Miss Ions Challacombe spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. H. K. Challacombe, who was injured in a fall last week. Miss Betty June Ontis, Alton, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Lester Ontis. LAMP TABLE COCKTAIL TABLE STEP TABLE Feeling low? No pep or zip? %<Jt^a^^ 0* What a find! Tobies with really rich looking beauty — here now at hard-to-believe low prices. All of durable, quality hardwoods. Ready to make your living room look like a million ... at a price that will enable you to buy a complete new table group. Hurry in today! Here's a happy, helpful tip. |If» TAIU JIM4-.14 Wfk COHTAU !l***tt*«t'V CRiDIT TERMS OHM WNINGS •Y AWOINTMINT 41? I. IIOAOWAY HOM! Of QUALITY FUlNITUIf. IUGS AND The Know-It-Owl says: LOOK In the mww PAGES -the eUttinCD section of your telephone directory- 7h* Stoi9 TA«< HONE 3-5541 emMKAfMUf MKDORA — Only 42 votes were tion. The $2,000 road bond Issue ? Notionally-famoui OFFMOCS // no! tpedttlfy punhaied, our price would be 7..9S BOND'S, 117 W*«t Thlrrt, Alton... PUaif Mmf fellowMf KICK Oft Metn IT0* N»m». ArfrffMt C»f Chart* Ami fittl. Add 1% tit. «(1e« t»T. Add Sic uhlpplnt »• yand drllvrr.v irrn. Specially tanned plump leather upper*, Double stitched soles, rubber heel. Shape holding, super-flexible. BLACK or BROWN smooth leather. BLUE SUEDB, 117 West Third St. Often Friday Till 9 P.M. RECORD BREAKERS i Biggest Selling Zip Jackets in AJ" Bond History! Amazing Buys at EACH Dan River Poplin... over 200,000 happy wearers! • Finest-make Cotton Poplin • Zelan-treated for water repellency • Vat-dyed ... wash it, dry clean it! • Zip-pruf ... zipper channeled-won't catch ' fabric Snug — elastic side inserts e Pocket-dry ... special flaps keep water out of pockets Tan, grey, navy blue or hunter green. S, M, L, XL. Sell-out in Faded Blue Denim! Now in FOUR Big-demand colors! t Easy'going, eaiy-tubbing 4 Sanforized Denim. • 2 roomy ilash pockets t Spring-knit collar, cuffs and bottom • Brown, green, maize as well as popular faded blue. • S.M.L.ML. OttDUK UJA ZIP JACKETS from Ibad'i, in WMt Tbira, Alton. W. Mb. U». 444 k*»*«4 toJivM? t a 117 West Third St

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