Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1953 · Page 9
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April 24, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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; *; iff; <r- FRtBAT, AftlL 24,19*3 ALTON BVBlftRO TELEGRAPH Jeney Moose Slate of Officers Monday of MOON will imtftH their newly tinted offtcffrs Monthly tvfiffifif it the Moott horn! fwti An Mft ice rwjtiOTtro to Tht MW offlcwt tn .Itonnw 8r,, govtrnor; Paul Kran* !ch, Junior fovtator; Rlehinf E. Stem, prelate; Rqit«fl ?• Kirch* Mr, traasorer; and Robert Bet* worth, trtntee, 'Retiring officers are: R. W. Gustafien, governor; Robert 8'SeO pait governor; Robert Boaworth, junior governor; Russell Klrchner, treasurer; Morrison Skinner Sr., prelate and Frank Kinder, trustee. .Awarded fellowship JERSEYV1LLE — Anton J. Pre> galdln, sen of Mr. and Mrs, Charles V. Pregaldin of St. Louis, form* crly of Jerseyville, was one of two St. Louis University students awarded the Woodrow Wilson fellowship for graduate study in the' academic year 1953-54, under the fellowship program of the Association of Graduate Schools in the Association of American %ilver- sities. Pregaldin will undertake studies BIO 21-INCH MflflNAVOX TV Mahogany Console The Holiday 21 '349 50 With ALL CHANNEL UHF BUILT-IN STANDARD HOME FURNISHERS 800 E. BROADWAY U^ ^^J^||^^^^- tfjMfL^^^^^^^^. fWjt^^^^^^ fc» Mk* HI iMuuvi'll European nutory n tne UWvitiHy w CWtsagOr Whin the ftfftily rmdetf tw , ^wiiyviflt he a student at St. Frantts' Xav* tt^ w 1 JERSfiYVtLLE --Raymond Wit who had bewi ntfklffg hft home Jw Jentyvitle tot several months white employed at Cemmehweaith Stwl in Granite aty, left this week, to return to his farm at Roseau, Minn, Mrs, Lofton, a graduate nurse, who had been employed «t Memorial Hospital in Alton the past winter, returned to Roseau several -weeks ago following word that the family home and an Iff contents had been destroyed by fire, To Take Special Cottfs* JERSffWTLLE <- Pvt, William Stinnett, who has Just completed his basic training at Fort Rlley, Kan., has been selected to attend the Intermediate Speed Radio School to study to become a telegrapher. The course is for 12 weeks. Pvt. Stinnett entered military service on Jan.i4. His wife, who was f o r m e rj y Miss Marjorie Schneider, is remaining in Jerseyville while he is in service. Annmmoe Bjrth of Daughter JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duncan of Reedsport, Ore., are announcing the birth of a daughter, Alice Louise, at 5:20 p. m. Wednesday at a hospital in that city. The baby weighed seven /pounds and 14 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Murphy of Jerseyville and her mother was formerly Miss Mildred Murphy of this city. The baby is the fifth child of the couple. Attend Wedding Celebration JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy have returned from , m,, wh«rtfh«y sptm several 8W8 tftCTTirad ttW IHVM VMM* ceienrstion of tho ' formet 1 s w md sister, Mr. and lily Sincere Thanks And appreciation to every one who helped in any way in re\ electing me Tuesday, April 21. Bob Link Village Trustee East, Alton Mitt. Leo Slwww nlik — A hetty thunder shower struck Jersey (Bounty about S R, m. Thursday and apprtoilrrmtety one halt inch el rath felt in some ureas, Reports indicated that the ratn did not extend very faV south Of east. The rainfall was heavy enough in many areas to haft spring plowing and working of corn and soy bean grounds , CbntmfMhtned Llchtctrant JERSEVV1LLE - Donald E. Bradflsch of the Oraften vicinity has received his commission as a second lieutenant as a result of his graduation from the 28 weeks Engineer Officers Candidate School at the Army Engineer^ Center, Fort Belvolr, Va. He is a graduate of Blackburn College in Carlinvllle and the Unk versify of Illinois. Before entering the army in Fehruary 1951, he was employed by the U.S. Forestry Service in Pierce, Idaho. Student* on Honor List JERSEYVILLE — Miss Patricia Modlln and James Arthur Waggoner of Jprseyville are among the 2,000 outstanding Scholars in 'the University of Illinois who will be cited for special honor at the annual honors day ceremonies at the University May 1 1. Miss Modlln is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Modlln and Waggoner is the son of Morris Waggoner of Jerseyville. Return From Souhern Trip JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. James P.Wedding of Fleldon have returned from an extended automobile trip south. They visited at Fort Myers, FJa., for a few days and then took the Gulf i route to New Orleans, and were guests at El Paso, Texas, before going to Phoenix, Ariz., where they spent two months. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BOARD CHANCES PRESIDENTS-The Rev. Harry C. Brown (left retiring president of the board of directors of Alton Memorial Hospital, was succeeded by W. Harrold Thomas (right) in annual board meeting Wednesday afternoon in the hospital chapel.—Staff photo. TT fWmv WJTVfarf MVICIplW Mf:^^~ , *|W' my thatched eottiff wtwMi Mtefl* (§I FeiMnon fathered Wi w dreft li to be putted down* Loos! nifhofltits hive ruled It tfflfH tOt Mbtt8tion> Michael married at It, Mf hurj 35 chlMren by hts flnt wife, IS by he aeeond ami 20 by the third, H« died in 1000, aged 99. More than 250 of Michael 1 * dfr acendanta itin live in Wexford immmmmummmmmmmmmmm When la n««d «f medical ••tie* oonmlt roar phrilclin. FOR PROFESSIONAL PRESCRIPTION SERVICE \>k (oar DaoUr U Dial 2*7632 Or Brtni f»mt Proorlptlaa •• Oi. YUNGCK DRUGS STATE wid BLM Dial 8-788* ••••••••••••••••••an Jersey Lodge to Mark Guest Night JERSEYVILLE — Guest night will be observed by the Ruby Rebekah Lodge Tuesday evening in their clubrooms. The stations will be taken at that time by the men. A silent auction will be held during the social hour and members are asked to bring articles for this purpose. Will Attend Prom JERSEYVILLE — Miss Shirley Armstrong will leave by plane May 7 for Biloxi, Miss., where she will be the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong. She will attend the junior senior prom in Biloxi as the guest of Mrs. Armstrong's cousin, Paul »<> FALSE TEETH Rock, Slid* or Slip? FASTEETH, an improved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower platei holdi false teeth more firmly In place. Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy, gooey, pasty t a 11 e or feeling. FAS- TEETH is alkaline (non-acid). Does not sour. Check* "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEITH at any drug store. (Adv.) Marie. Miss Armstrong is office secretary at the Jerseyville Grade School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Armstrong of Jerseyville. « Club Name* Officers JERSEYVILLE — The, Jersey Live Wires 4-H Club held its organization meeting Tuesday at I he Farm Bureau building in this city. The following were elected as officers for the group: president, Ronnie Ferguson; vice president, Thomas Allen; secretary-treasurer, Charles Sears; recreation direction, Pat Dougherty and reporter, Richard Ingorsoil. Batchtown Man Honored by PTA BATCHTOWN.—In appreciation for faithful service rendered in behalf of children and youth Herbert Bopp has been crted for honors by PTA groups from the following Calhoun County schools: Batchtown, Western, Liberty, Point Pleasant, Liberty, Nicholas, and Deer Plain. Bopp has been a member of the organization at Nicholas school from the day it was formed. He will be given a life membership at the meeting of the County Council which will be held at Western School. Nicholas PTA will present him with a, life membership pin. The Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers will place his name on the mailing list of their magazine for life and will also send him a copy of their book "Strong is the Current," which is a history of the congress. Read Telegraph Want Ads SUPER POPLIN With Mandarin Cellar and Tucked Waiit Front. Sid* Orippifi Swing Skirt. Set-in Belt, Yoke Back, sms Junior sizes and 10 to 20. Also in long sleeves and M sleeves. NYLON UNIFORMS $12,08 up W/NNM F ASH/ON ACAMA4V 1952 OOLD 'JH^ttttttt '^tt«I^Uu uniy major to W8i wt NfW when H refuted Red sox fw Hiahest-Dowered E in the low-price field plus all these other buyer benefits that only the New Chevrolet offers you! Entirely new Styling Strikingly new-with longer, lower lines that set a new standard of beauty for low-priced,can. Larger, roomier, more luxurious interiors, tool Entirely new Powergltde* Faster acceleration from a Standing start with new automatic starting range . . . new power to pass in city traffic .. . and a substantial gain in gasoline mileage. Entirely new Safety New one-piece curved windshield for greater visibility. New, sturdier con^ struction. New, easier brake action and new Foot-Form brake pedaL Entirely new Durability Chevrolet's new Body by Fisher has been strengthened throughout. New heavier door-posts and sills. New bracing in roof and framing. More rigid construction everywhere for longer Ufe. Entirely new Economy THi most important gain in economy in Chevrolet's history. 1 Two great engines now offer even more economy than you enjoyed in the past. Pictured above, you see the great new 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame" engine-one of the most important advances in engine design in many and many a year., New hiuh compression! The 7.5 to 1 compression ratio is among the highest in the industry. Free-breathing carburetion, new aluminum pistons and many other features also play an important role in making this ike most powerful engine in its field.' And, both the "Blue-Flame" engine (teamed with Powerglide*) and the. advanced "Thrift-King" engine in gearshift models) offer a wonderful gain in economy. Why not take the wheel yourself on a demonstration drive? Why not make it soon? MOB! KOPlf IUY CNiVIOtiTS THAN ANY OTHfl CAII fv*alaf TUMI IN THI PINAH IHOII SHOW ON MM Entirely new Power Steering* Exclusive to Chevrolet in the lt>\:-price field.' it lets you swing the wheel easily, permits you to park with fingei-tip ease. ^Optional at »x"a con. Combination of fo^trglidt auto- mane tran*nu.»u>n and IIS-lip "Blut-Hamt" tngini a aitablt on "T^o-Ten" and Btl Air model* only Po*er Steering ovoilablt on all inodtlf (( onHttmttion <>/ tiaiidard tqmpinent and trim illusiriutlt is dtptudent on a\ati- 0) Lowest-priced lino in its field! REILLEY BROS., Inc. 91J I HOABWAY ALTON ALBREGHT CHEVROLET, Inc. ALTON JOWAiOSVILLI IOAO WOOD ftlVfl NOW at RUSSELL VENETIAN BLIND (WC. CO. 1 *•*: Ready Now f or U.H.F. Before you buy any TV see a demonstration of the amazing new STEWART-WARNER "X-9300" Unit A«emb/ed Chassii. OUTDISTANCES . . . OUTPERFORMS anythin 8 in TV. Other outstanding features of Stewart-Warner TV include: new Power Booster for long'rartgo; and city reception; Fixed Focus Picture Tub*; Wide-Range Tone Control and a host of others. Choose advanced new Stewart-Warner TV that performance-wise and value-wise no other maker can match, at any price I More for your T\/cfo/lar A Modtl 21C-9300f Outstanding TV value for 1953! Big 21" screen . . . beautifully styled cabinet in lustrous mahogany finish. Terms AS LOW AS $4)39 A m WEEK Giant 21" Stewart-Warner TV for only $199.9$ f«f* tures new X-9300 chassis, new power boostor, power, ful wide-range tone control concert grand p.M, sound. Ready now for P.H.F. . , , Hear it today! TERMS *'.r r A WEEK THE ORIGINAL VENETIAN BLIND MAN OP ALTON BUNDS FOR BVBRY PURPOSE RUSSELL VENETIAN BUND MANUFACTURING 60. 911 MlHon RMd Alton BW • OPEN f RIOAYI TILL NINE P. H. ——

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