Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1953 · Page 12
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April 22, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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WW!f*S&ft¥, APRIL if,1993 ALTON EVENING TEtiORAPH Jenkins Elected Mtyor at Worden mccewful in hit Wd tor re»elwtton AS ftiRyot hen TUWoiyV tfBfMtfflB I and Rolint! Sctirowtr wcfi Vermm ftettehert, 349 to 149. w «* *ffl»se &*«» <* tmties Marley G, Owyn 8r., present vll« lage clerk, won the post again over Robert Maedge, 271 to 215. In the only race on the ticket, Allen Helnemeler, Wilbur Dauftc WECSE & DANIELS imvtei STATION Tire Sale Champions Now r •Ail Y«W Ttr* Sale! USED TUBES 98' USED PASSENGER TUBES All Sizes During This Safe Only. WEESE & DANIELS Phone 8-9612 SERVICE STATION Broadway and Main Alton m. over Jbht! W. Gwyn, firwW Steeek* er and Tony bstrowsky. Elmer Sievera, a write-in candidate, WHS elected police magistrate. Charles King Is New Eldred Mayor Defeats Donald Bryant by 20 Votes ELDRED — Charles King, In the only contest on the ballot in Tuesday's village election, won the mayor's post from Donald Bryant, 48 to 28, according to the unofficial returns. , Otis Whltaker, incumbent with 54 votes, Orville Bechdoldt with 55, Roger Moss with 54, and Arnold Hyde with 56, were elected village trustees for four year terms The last three named are newcomers to village politics. Lucretia Bushnell, present! village clerk, was returned to the post without opposition. She received 47 votes. Charles Bechdoldt, a write in candidate, received 5 votes for police magistrate. Crew Pdys Enough Tax To Operate Its Ships NORFOLK, Va. /P-The officers ! and men of the Navy attack transport Deue) paid enough Income taxes in 1952 to cover the ship's operating allotment for 12 months, her commanding officer says. Withholding taxes aboard the ship amounted to $63,500, says Eapt. F. R. Putman in an article in the April issue of the Navy Conservationist. He estimates the annual allotment for operations of the Deuel—exclusive of pay, fuel, water rations and other items—at $36,000. ~ ~ Still Alderman Staples Elected Mayor of Carrollton by Wide Margin Read Telegraph Want Ads Where Prices Are Always Lower On Fine Quality Jewelry with us We offer you the ufest, surest protection when buying A diamond: Selected Inspected Protected Every Jiamonci In our itock U selected (or it* auUtandins britliAnce • nd dollar value. It It Inspected *nd graded to meet our «xa<tlns «tan« «lard« of perfection. It k •old to vou wtth * Sworn Affidavit that protect! you in three way*. I h« beat on our Bond is evidence of It* perpetual value In trade »t any time *t full original purcha»e price. PAY AS LOW AS '1.00 WEEKLY 14K GOLD SOLITAIRE - A $15 Value $cnoo 50 Only at thi« *tore can you buy a Bonded Notary Diamond which slv«« you thif complete protection. 50 DIAMOND SET A 1388 Value OUR PRICE .., 12.00 Weekly $2g900 16 DIAMOND SET Reg. |200 Value $ Weekly 49 60 New Fishtail Design Set 8135 '99 11.15 Weekly 50 YOU PAY NOTHING EXTRA FOR EASY CREDIT TERMS PAY AS LITTLE AS $1.00 DOWN, $1.00 WEEKLY A link Out of the Way, Hut a lot le$$ to CARRftLLTON - William (Jtck) Prech, who Has been filling out the'unexpirw! term of mayof for the late Thomas Hough, w§8 defeated In .his bid tot rfretection here Tuesday by Jftck E. Sttples, 629 to 3S2. Sam Greaves, the third candidate in the mayor's race, polled only 53 votes according to unofficial totals. Freeh however, will retain ihls post as alderman In the Third Ward as he did not resign in order to ran for the mayor's post. Cecil ,M. Jouett, incumbent ctty treasurer, was re-elected by a wide margin over Mary t,. Bolin, 742 to 238 and Henry J. Thien with 168 votes was named alderman in the Third Ward over Freeman Tanner with 88 and Mather Reif, a write-in, with 68 In . the only Other contests on the ballot. Other* re-elected here Tuesday without opposition were: Thomas Bandy for city clerk, 898 votes; Richard Oilier for alderman in the Third Ward, 293 votes, and Ivan Beebe for alderman in the First Ward also with 293 votes. Floyd Kimbro, a write-in candidate, won the police magistrates post with 113 votes over J. W. Talley with 53, Herschel Hackley with 32, and Mary Lois Grant with 23. The last three named were also write-in candidates. Bethalto Club to Elect Officers Women to Meet Friday Night at Town Hall BETHALTO — Officers for the coming year will be elected Friday by members of the Bethalto Woman's Club. The meeting Is to begin at 6:30 p. m. and a" potluck supper will be served. Also at the meeting, to be held in the townhall, reports by chair' men of each of the committees on last year's activities will be given. Officers elected Friday will be installed May 22. Scholarship Student Visit* BETHALTO— Miss Pa'tricia Ann Gallinot, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ~Gus Gallinot of 471 Prairie St., spent the weekend visiting her parents. She is a graduate of Civic Memorial High School and has been attending the Illinois State College at Normal under a four- year physical education scholarship. A friend. Miss Shirley Fleming, made the trip with her. Scout Awards Monday BETHALTO— Boy Scouts of Troop 103 who have passed the board of review tests, will receive their badges and awards Monday, at the court of honor, Two announcements were made to the troop concerning futurejout- ings. The camporee will be held in Grafton and dates for the Camp Warren Levis trip has been set as June 28- July 4. Bowling; Newg BETHALTO — In the Mondaj Women's League A. G. Grocery won two from Schwalb Hardware Apple Insurance won two from Rosedale Market, Beulah's Beauty Shop won two from Howdy Orange and Klein's Drug won three from Taystee Bread. A. Q. Grocery captured the team high series title with a 2,028 and i Klein's Drug had team high single a 723. Marge Krzen with highest in the individual series class witi 1 ! a 474. i (irades Write of Trip ; BKTHALTO — Members of Ihe ; sixth grade social science class. ' are composing stories of their recent tour of Civic Memorial Aii port. The students were conductor around Ihe field by Harold Worthy mechanical superintendent. ' Points of interest shown the das,< were the inside and outside par's of a plane, the repair hangers a the field and the offices of Ozar 1 Airlines. Instruments in the Qzark office which drew special Httontion were the wind speed and direction indicator and a teletype machine which brought Ihe latest weather information to the field. Worthy also explained the runways, the field wind indicator, and ! the night becon light. The scholars were accompanied on the trip by Joseph M. Higgin*. principal, and Mrs. Dorothy Car- Kill. Baby Baptised Sunday BKTHALTO Carol Jean St-h.j- elte, daughter of Mr. and Mr«. Gregory Schuette. uas hnpiimd Sunday at Zion Lutheran Church. WHAT miY 6181 SHOULD KNOW about licktning MONTHLY CRAMPS! Here's wonderful newi far women and girk who lufttr the torturer of "bad day*" of funcUonally-causeti menstrual pain— headaches, back" •chM. "dragged-out" fe*Ung»i IB doctor*; t«*U. 1*41* I *Bkb»m'« v«get»bi« Compound K»V« compi«t« or Wrilctiio reli»f ot *ucl» 4Utr«M la J out of 4 co»e*l gvtu on tb« firtt. wont 4»y ot tiie mouth!; period! Tod»y. try «04*ra-»cttB« ?tak&»a> ». BM if l/ou ODD t get tame »r»ud relief I utt tuner th* Compound or nem un- prou«d coBveoieotTabUta (wltn added Iron), ttotb V« WoodcrfuJ, too. lor r»- Uevlng "act «•#«*»" »ndctl|w jujie- of c&»n«t Women Voters Meet Thursday AWon'l League of Women Voters win tnget Thursday at 8 p.m. at tfit YWCA, Mrs. Neil Waterbtiry, president, win preside. Each year at their "annual meeting" the league adopts an agenda for study during the ensuing year, elects officers and dt rectors and members of the nofti nating committee, adopts a budget, Selection of an item' for next year's agenda will be made from e was one month old April 13 and was sponsored by Mrs. Bernadine Schuette and Mrs. Dorothy Shelton. , Rev. W. G. Bruegmann officiated at the ceremonies which began at 3 p. m. thtj foUkwfng subjects \ A Your County" study; fluwWfatton of water; an emergency shelter for county juvenile cases; a study of city and county health conditions; a city dog pound; a belt-Una highway. , Candidates announced by Mrs. Hubert Allen, chairman of the nominating committee, §res Vot preMditit, Mrs. Augusta Hers hey; for re«ord|ng secretary, Mrs. John B. Baiter and Mrs. Joseph Glassey; far cerrwpoMlrifc leeretary, Mrs, 'Julian Friedman end Mrs. Leo Ford; for board members (four to be elected), Mrs. Roger Cloyd, Mrs. Walter Judy, Mrs. William Munger, Mrs. Stanley Rle- mer, Mrs. J. F. Schlafly, Miss Kay Sharkey, Mrs. James Weaver. For nominating committee (three to be elected), Mm, 0. C. K, Mutchln- COMPLBTB t/JVfi * DIABETIC | FOOD SUPPLIES i 1 YUNGCK DRUGS M state A Bim otti «*?>83 8 i Mri. iJtflitt MulfOlft MVl, WHBtfB Newtwwy, Mra. Irvtnf Hftf Mrs. Nefl WatifBiirj 1 ) Meyer Wiseman, Olfter e§n» Mates may be nominttteH from tno, froOTt provided the content of the noimin!4 has been obtaineo, Mrs. Donald Moore, membership chairman, has announced that pro* spective members will be welcomed to the annual meeting. Refreshments will be served. Membership in the league is open to all women of voting age The U.S.S.R. have a new let of stamps marking the 30 th anniversary of the formation of the Russian Soviets, Moscow reports. H«ad TelCfriph Wint Adt Chit to «n error we art not ItttM in .«« Clittimd Section of tht Tw» TtUpltone Directory. WARD'S ANIMAL HOSPITAL 8814 B. Broadway (At tkt Foot of Milton Hill) Phone 2-0511 OMtor HOOTII Ml, 8-B, B180-7 CloMd Sat. Night ind Sundayi DR. B. P. WARD DB, O. SOSfBRS Anlmali •Don and Cat* Pot ft here while yon think Itt & HOABWAY AT THE WEBGE W T^B ELFGCN 1LDG. ALTON •ctio* tnclvici quieting eject 04 coalroc- tioai t'mi may ctutf SAVE MORE «Tir«*ton* r«*ton«3.6H.P. board Motor '10-DOWN AND AS IITTLI AS *2-AWEEK TABLE RADIO REAl VALUII 1| JL 0 $ COMPACT- lii Dtcorattf C«Urs. .17.95 G. C. PORTABLE MIXER • Automatic Recoil Starter > • Faster Top Speed—Slower Trolling Speed • Non-Flooding Push-Type Choke CHILDREN'S SWIM VEST •Ideal for children learning to *wim, plus protection while boating. Oan't come off. • Bright Orang* • Filled with Java Kapok Maket Mixing Jebt Easier >19 95 Pay Only $1.00 « Wa.k SAVE Adult's Lift Vist $7.49 TAYLOR-TOT STROLLER-WALKER bumpcrt • flpy troy • Package-carrying puik handle ii 95 Buy On Budget Terms 21 INCH TV CONSOLE 379.95 Value Now Only 329»J As little as $450 3 A WEEK Your Old TV Will Cover the Down Payment Firestone TV Priced low at. 199 9 - 5 95 We'//Give you FOR YOUR OlD HAND MOWER of Condition When You Trade It On Any Tirtston* POWER MOWER 95 Tak* AH Summer to BACKYARD GYM SET • SaU • Sturdy • Built to latt Tubalar «t««t • • • with 2-uat Btr»U» • QlldW, tlngi. tr»p«»« *>»?. two etootng **• Today, nobbdy exactly what Inveitmenti ipay or may not be ft too4 buy. ' • , •.:-'•.,.•-. i There's one comfbrtoble thine you can do with' money while you think. It's no mistake to put It Into the German!* Bar- tnfr and Loan Association, , where each account Is In* sured up to $1,0,600. , . ' • '' » * Germania reinvests you* money In conservattye first mortgages on food homes in this community. And each of these, mort- fagWl* made better tych month by regular payments received on prin- clpal. You are not required to leave 1 your money at fjer- mania for any set time, and meanwhile It will earn a nice rate of return. , ' If* I, iROAOWAY ALTON PMONt 3* Dividends Poid Twice o Year on All Savings Account! CURRENT RATE 3% Each account (mured up It 110,000 by federal fevtafi and Loan Insurance Corp. GKRMANIA 14VIWI* * MIAN •If

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