Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1953 · Page 11
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April 22, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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i V s PAOiTWSLV* ALTON RVENINO TBLBORAPH W1DNMOAY, APHIL 28, fMl itafnps and faiti twth aw BW prtficlpil exports of Ltetfv tenitefn tayt the National ^tettAJfcftA I^^MlAttM graptw woreiy. When holtow logs are, draggtd from the forest in the Solomon la* lands a magician sits on them to "llgflteh" the load, BESTYLE YODR Mill 16 BEAUTIFUL COLORS FOR SPRING. • lilnfn Mini • Innlillni SKint • Aluminum Wnlhirbeirdi • Frn Ittlmiln • 18 Mi, Fliunolni • OiAiAiO. Mimbir MARCAL HOME IMP. GO. 2414 E. Broadway, Alton Phone 2-5915 or 2-0347 PRODUCTS Cannon Rcnafncd Graf ton Mayor Gary, Pohlman Rc»clcctcd Clerk, Treasnrer GRAFTON - Only three Incumta* ents, B mnyor, clerk and treasurer were re-elected here In Tuesday's city election. Jothn Cannon was renamed to the mayor's post with 222 votes, Benjamin Carey with 228 was reelected clerk, and Raymond Pohlman with 215 was named treasurer. O0e other incumbent, John Bradfish, was defeated for alderman In the Third Ward by Hubert Bates, Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away.... N*«Blng baekneh*. IMI of ptp ind energy, hetdMhw »nd dlMlneu m«y be due to slowdown of kidney function. 'Doetora ««» good kidney function Is very important to «ood health. When iome everyday eondltlon,«uch as strew and (train, causes this Important function to slow down, many folks suffer n«. 'Blng backache-feel miserable. Minor bladder Irritations due to cold or wroryr diet may cause getting up nights or f requentpassages. Don 7 t neglect your kidneys If these condl- tlons bother you. Try DOM'* Pllts--* »«W diuretic. Used successfully by million* for over BO years. It's amaslng how many times Conn's give happy relief from these discomforts-help the ISmllesof kidney tubes and niter* flush out waste. Qet Doan's Pills todayl THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY ON THE PURCHASE OF A NEW COME IN TODAY FOR YOUR FREE 99 YEAR PARTS GUARANTEE — PLUS — AMAZING NEW AS SIMPLE AS FOR EFFORTLESS FINGER-TIP SEWING • Magic Zig Zag • Sews on Buttons • Makes Buttonholes • Sews Straight and Reverse • Appliques • Embroidery ABC TO OPERATE • Monogramming • Darns and Mends • Cut Work • Overcasting • Invisible Hemming • Ornamental Stitches Central Sewing Supply Co. • HOME OWNED • UNION OPERATED - 14 W. I'DWiY, ALTON. PHONE Ml 14 DEMONSTRATION W » ft, Othw tfttermen elected were: Homer EteSriwlto over Nat Lane IB the Flitt Ward, 88 to 10, and David Wallace In the Second Ward over Reginald Ptifdy, 83 to 3. A total Of 282 votes were cast here. Greenfield PTA To Meet Thursday School for Deaf Pupils to Present Program GRERNFIELD-Kenneth (Spike) Wilson, principal of the School for he Deaf, Jacksonville, will be accompanied by a group of pupils rom the school and their teachers and will give a demonstration of teaching the children at the April meeting of the PTA, which will be icld at 8 p. m'. Thursday. The meeting Is scheduled to take place In the grade school auditorium, but will be moved to the high school if the attendance warrants the change. J. Russell Shields Is chairman has arranged the program, which will include a specialty number by primary pupils of the local school under the direction of Mias Verna Hagaman, vocal music director of the unit school, and the primary teachers, Mrs. John Cox and Mrs. F. W. Seekamp Jr. Mothers of seventh grade students will be hostesses during the social hour and fathers are urged to attend this meeting, which Is the last night meeting of the current year. Invited to Alton GREENFlELD-Members of HJ chapter PEO have been Invited to be guests of Alton ^GG chapter at a luncheon and organization meeting of a new Alton chapter April 29. The president of the Greenfield chapter, Mrs. Grover Bauer, and a group of members are planning to attend the meeting. Birthday Dinner GREENFIELD — About 50 persons attended a family dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Violett near Greenfield, in observance of Mrs. Violett's birthday and also the anniversaries of Mrs. Dave Cooper and Lee Cooper, Manchester; Claude Jackson, Wood River; Mrs. Kenneth Herron, East Alton; Clarence Ailsworth, Moro, and Mrs.'Faye Vedder of Denver, Colo. Mrs. Vedder and two children are visiting relatives en route to join her husband in Germany. Suffers Fracture GREENFIELD — Jesse Steele of the Hockbridge vicinity, suffered a fractured knee bone when he fell out of. bed early Tuesday and was moved in the Shields ambulance to Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton. Six Incumbents Elected at Elsali J. Douglas Hake Heads Village Board ELSAH — Six incumbents were re-elected here in the village election Tuesday without opposition. J. Douglas Hake, president of the village board, was re-elected with 45 votes, high on the ticket. Robyn Relph with 42 votes was elected village clerk and Ora Prather with 44, Paul Barnes with 41 and Dewey McDow with 42 were renamed on the village board of trustees for four year terms and Robert Lovvder with 44 was elected for a two year term. Tom Adney received two write in votes for president and Alma Barnes and Dewey McDow received one each for clerk. A total of 54 ballots were cast. Hawk Re-elected Mayor at Kane KANE — W. E. Hawk, incumbent, was re-elected president of the village board here Tuesday without opposition. Harriett Cary received three write-in votes for the post, Delbert Ozbun had two, and Paul Brown received one. Incumbent George H. Wood with 56 votes, high on the ticket, was re-elected village clerk. The three village trustees elected for four year terms were; H. S. Hunter with 48, Lewis Varble with 50, and Robert Guilander with 49. All were without opposition. Kenneth Darr with 55 votes was re-elected to a two-year term on the board. He also was without opposition. Only 57 votes, were oast here, Rives Elected At Greenfield -* OREENflKLD — CfeGfgt RlVCT Jr., wai rMfeeted mayor hws In the city eltcthm Tuewtey wfthatit opposition. Me polled only n votes, according to unofficial returns. Others on the toftfloi who wen elected were t J» ftutBell Shields for city elerfc wtth 18 votes j'Rteh. ard K, Wllnfte for. city treasurer with 18 voles; Elmer Jactaon Mr tlderman in the First Wafd with 38 votes; Ray W. Chaney lor aK derman tti the second ward wfth 30 votes; Floyd Frtefer with 19 votes HI the Third Wart, and Rich- dial 2-2731 'SEE' LYOiS GLASS 2400 BELLE ALTON for WALL MIRRORS and FURNITURE TOPS art Powell, • wr!te»lti tot police ffiailltfflte, I™ vorii. Columbus It believed to hate hit flecoDo ftytiffi W w»o> joBcph HowpDr fMiMftttl Lebtnon SpfinRi) nMf.» fii the of the firat free public library to the United States, tt wit e«tab» linhed in ISM. WASHINGTON STATE IOX GROWN POTATOES ' CALIF, 9AYBL TEXAS ORANGES . . 3»~S9c ONIONS • t 10®39c 8S& POTATOES . 10 BROADWAY & MAIN Drive-In Produce lf«rleef ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^"^^^^^^^^^^^^•••••aFMiriMl^^^ljMglllMJggg^gggj-ggg.g-^^ BY POPULAR DEMAND - - We are Extending CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAYS With More FREE Gifts for the Ladles - FREE TV Theatre for the Kiddles New Specially Priced Bargains In Appliances. BE SURE TO REGISTER THURS.-FRI.-SAT. FOR ELECTRIC ICE CREAM FREEZER, PRESTO STEAM IRON » To Be Given Away Absolutely FREE FRIGIDAIRE $45 TRADE-IN ON FRIGIDAIRE 199 244.75 VALUE! and old refrigerator Look at all the cold space you get in this big Frigidaire! Has big freezer, meat keeper, vegetable drawer and bonus shelves in the door! 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