Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1953 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 27, 1953
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\. PADS f WSNTY-TWO ALTON BVBN1NO TELEGRAPH MONDAY, APRIL 0, Elsah Postmaster to Retire Mrt, Alice fFord) Condlt will en April 30 as postmaster at . Mrs, CemMt was appointed acting postmaster In 1933 and later win confirmed as postmaster. At that time the office had a fourth class rating. In 1937 it was advanced (o third class and In IMS It advanced to second class and has held that rating ever since. The Eteah office handles all mail received and dispatched for The Prlffcipla College and the progress made at the school is responsible for the status of the office. At fhe present time In addition to the postmaster, the office employes a full time clerk and one substitute. Shortly before Mrs. Conrtit assumed the duties of postmaster she purchased a summer home at Elsah and -later made It her permanent home. Her plans now nre to he In Elsah at leasl part of each year, Shipntait By MttS. MABEL STft,L SH1PMAN — The women of SI. Denis Catholic Church have set July 19 as the rlate for their nn- nual chicken dinner in the church dining room. ~Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mills. Mr. find Mrs. Paul Mills and Mrs. J. M. Mills attended double funeral rites at St. Rock Church In St. Louis Friday for Dennis Sullivan and Will O'Sulllvan. , Mrs. William Fite of Bunker Hill and Mrs. Charlott Meyers of Plainview were guests Thursday of Mrs. Otto Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr Shulte Visited Friday with his brother, Albert Shultz at Veterans Hospital, Jefferson Barracks. Mrs. Earl Baker and Sue were ,in Alton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Connors of Brighton and Miss Luzzetta Fleming were supper guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Johnson in observance of the sixth birthday of their daughter, Cecelia. Mrs. Emmett Hurry of Plalnview underwent major surgery Wednesday at Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. 'C. J. Hudson underwent jnajor surgery at Wood River Hospital Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cottingham have received announcement of the birth of a daughter April 13, to their son and daughter-in-law, Pvt. 'and Mrs. Carl Cottingham at Camp Prickett, Va. The baby has been named Carlcen. Mrs. Cottingham is the former Barbara Gregory of Shipman. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Young, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morrison, Mrs, Mary Blotna and Mrs. Mable Still attended the meeting of Temple Shrine at Gillespie Friday evening. Those attending the Western District Scout leaders meeting and dinner at Camp Levis Thursday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skaggs, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Dossett and Glenn Travers. Military Genius Guslav Adolphus, of Sweden, was one of the great military geniuses of all time. He is credited with being the father of modern military discipline and the father of the general staff. He also contributed to the art of war in organization,'in the use of weapons and in tactics. 800 K*MUt* At Shurtleff Science Fair \ Some 300 exhibits were included in the Junior Academy Science Fair at Shurlleff College Saturday 8 a, m. to 3 p. m. Observers reported generally the exhibits were "superior" and "outstanding". | The speaker for Ihe program ' was C. A. Davidson who look for his subject "All Youlh Have A Right to Know about Selene p". This subject is one of the cardinal tcnrls of "Mfe Adjustment ftrlti- j cation". Field trips and movies on ! science subjects were also included in the program. j Most of Ihc .'100 pnrt'cipnnls cnmci from the larger high schools in nearby cities, including Alton, Kast. Alton, GrccVville, Jacksonville, Kd« wardsvillc, Kast SI, Ixiuis, Taylorville, Gillespie, Staunlon, Belleville, Mulberry Grove. The district included 11 counties. The 35 first-place winners are eligible to go to the Stale meet at. Macomb for a three day convention, May 7-9. Most of (he work in preparation for Ihe fair was done hy members of Sigma Ecln, national honorary science fraternity at Shurtleff College, under Ihc direclon of Professor Ixiren K. Freeman. Judges were Miss Jeane Moore, Miss Dorothy Gore and Fred Paul- US of Principia College; Frank Harlan, Dr. Julian Friedman, Robert Ix>ng, John Rowers, C. A. Davidson of Alton; Dr. C. A. Zuln- dema, Kdwardsville, and Professor W. 0. Crane of Shurtleff College. Jerseyvllle Buy* Confection Stand Hcr« JERSEYVILLE -Scotty's Drive In on North State St., owned by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hendrickson of Alton, has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beatty of Jqrseyville who are now operating the place. Organizes First Aid ClaflMCN JERSEYVtLLE-Clinton Cope of Graf ton, chairman of the Red Cross First Aid Commillee of. Jersey County, has announced that courses in first aid will be given Tuesday and Thursday evenings here at 7:30 p. m. in the Red Cross headquarters, Cope slates there is room' for additional members of the class and anyone desiring to lake the course should report Tuesday evening at the courthouse in Jerseyville. Selln Residence JERSEYVILLE-Mr. and Mrs, Charles J. Arter of this city have sold their residence property in Powers' Subdivision of Lot 1 and 8 of Cross Addition to Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Joseph Hanet of Allon. Mr. and Mrs. Arter are both employed in Alton. Returns from Duty JERSEYVtLLK. — County Superintendent O. A. Wilson Jr. has returned from Scott Field, where he has been on a tour of duty with the Air Force Reserve. During his absence, the office of county superintendent has been administered by Mrs. J. R. Miskell, assistant superintendent. Examination for Ilnrnl Carrier JERSEYVILLK. —Announcement has been made of examination forj rural carrier at Dow and that applications for this post must be in Washington by May 21. The examination is culled to fill Ihe vacancy occasioned by the retirement of Wesley W. Cope, who served as a rural mail carrier in Jersey County for 34 years. Cope, who has. been ill, is able to be out and was a Jerseyville visitor last week. HUNDREDS OF BEAUTIFUL GIFTS WITH SITE STAMPS SPECIAL DOUBLE STAMPS UNCLE DICK SLACK THE JOLLY IRISHMAN EXTRA BIG SAVINGS IN "UNCLE" DICK SLACK'S MONTH-END SALE OF nnmmffli TRADE- ALLOWANCI FOR YOUR BEDROOM SUITE Sate Start* Tonight at li P.M.! ' TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR LIVING ROOM SUITE ', HRDROOM Oft iMNWO ROOM LIMITED mWi ««i on or«win TRADE-IN ALLOWANCI MR TOUR DINING RAM SUITE f A V I ' 9x12 Broadloom Typ« RUGS '39 50 $70 Special I w Value 8.3 x 10.6 Special 89 Value 9x12 RDGS '67 95 119 Value 9x12 RDGS '89 95 $*AS» $24* pi§|:si psagSw CHROME DINETTE SET VALUES ! 5-PC. SETS 5- PC. SETS 5-PC. SETS 5-PC. SETS — 5-PC. SETS 5-PC. SETS 5-PC. SETS $ 39.00 1 $59.50 $ 69.50 ~ $119.00 $124.50 $137.50 $142.50 1 DINING $300 8 PC, $410 8-Pc. $473 9-Pc. $452 8-Pc. $569 9 PC. ROOM FURNITURE Llnra Oak. $210 Grey Walnut . . $259 Grey Walnut . . . $295 Period Mahogany. $298 Period Mahogany. $391 Oil YOUR ALL COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM! 'PLASTIC AND FORMICA TOPS! . V JWJSfes, *.*r. : rtuMH i .* it tf \H UHCLf 0\CK /<».>% OPEN EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 P. M. r Ov'^Ab^'Ojc^. $*«fe^J SAVE ON SOFA BEDS - STUDIOS $59 CHROME SOFA BED, Now $39.50 $84 LAWSON STUDIO, Now ?49.50 Don't Overlook that BIG EXTRA SAVING at Slack's NO INTEREST-NO FINANCING CHARGES REMEMBER FOLKS! Regardless how much prices have been reduced, you still pay NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES of any kind on anything at Slack's such as nationally known electric washing machines, electric ranges, refrigerators, and nationally known Television Sets including Westinghouse, Philco, Admiral, Zenith, Crosley and others. Buy it at the nationally advertised price without paying one cent extra for easy credit terms. You save from $30, $40 up to $50 and even more depending on the price you pay and the length of time it takes you to pay. Ask your neighbor! She bought at Slack's and-she can tell you how much she saved! LET YOUR OLD FURNITURE OR APPLIANCE HELP TO PAY FOR NEW BY TRADING IT IN NOW! IT'S WORTH MONEY TO YOU! STOP IN TOMORROW AND SEE HOW MUCH THE JOLLY IRISHMAN WILL ALLOW YOU ON YOUR OLD FURNITURE! IT WILL AMAZE YOU! KROEHLER AND OTHER SECTIONAL SOFAS $149 2-PC. SECTIONALS $198 2-PC. SECTIONALS I $249 3-PC. SECTIONALS $298 3-PC. SECTIONALS PRICED FOR QUICK ACTION AT SLACK'S $ 89 129 $ 159 '199 NOW NOW NOW NOW 2 GREAT BUYS ^"7 ^ IN NATIONALLY KNOWN ELECTRIC RANGES '209 SAVE S 40°° YOU PAY ONLY WHILE A LIMITED SUPPLY LASTS) '. Fully Autonitio! t Automatic Timer and Warming Ovtm • P**i» Well Cooker t large FamUy ii»e Ov«-« • goomy Storage Drawer t Jtfew Smart Beauty • Fhwb to W*U SAVE UP TO RUG Close-outs! SENSATIONAL SAVINGS! ONE OF A KINO! ALL SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE WAS' NOW S II'I.IW llxfl.3 Heavy Green Atminiler S IS.00 $140.00 I) Hi I Heavy-Green Axmintter — $112.00 jr.'O.OO llx'M III Heavy lirrcn Ax. Bound * I."ill.110 S 11.110 8x0 Green Axmlniter — — I 29.110 $ TV00 !)x5 (jrey Loop Tuft — — — — S 4.VM S .VI 00 »x« Tan Axmlniter * 811.811 S HO.OO <lxl Heavy Grey Axminnter S 9tt.HO S .Vl.flO 'lx.1.7 Green Axminnter $ 2K.AO I CJ.IIO tti\:l.H Tan Axminilcr \ Sl.Ott f Kl.on rix7.ll Green Axmhuter I .11.00 I TS.30 13x5.10 Grey Loop — — * 38.50 SAVE S 40 00 ON THIS NEW EFFICIENT APARTMENT SIZE NATIONALLY KNOWN Florence Electric Rlnge REG. PRICE M 39 95 SAVE $ 40°° AT SLACK'S YOU PAY ONLY FIEE DELIVERY TO 200 MILES! 203 W THIRD ST ALTON ILLINOIS WHIUE LIMITED NUMUft LASTS I Phono AHon 34619 SLACK Nowktrt fkf Can You Find Sued A luy en Such a Urgt loamy Ovt»! Htm S*urt Itauty! DOWNTOWN A L 1 O INJ

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