Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 29, 1956 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 19,36 LINCOLN ADDITION FIRE—Wood River firemen at scene of fire which destroyed home of John Sheets in Lincoln Addition Saturday night. Jack Folmer Photo Aivards Presented To Cub Pack 29 at Hartford HARTFORD — Awards were presented to Cub Scouts of Pack 29 at the monthly meeting Friday evening at Wood row Wilson School by Cubmaster Josse Cooper for their participation in the recent paper drive. Also during the Pack meeting five boys of Den 1, Garry Moore, David Singer, Charles Spann, Vancie Fulkerson and Reggie Sparks were advanced in a web- Jos ceremony, Mrs. Van Fulkerson, den mother of Den 1, was presented a a den mothers pin. An induction ceremony was held for Ricky Newman, a wolf ceremony for Michael Compagno and a bear ceremony for Billy Meyers. Silver arrow awards were presented to Gary Lee Schremp, Gary Simpson, Gary Gamble, William Fulkerson and Eddie Sumner. Gene Elliot, Gary Gamble and Gary Simpson received gold arrow awards. Following the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs. Amil Wilcox and Mrs. Dolores Smith. Class Parties Tonight HARTFORD — Three teachers of the Assembly of God Sunday School will entertain members of their classes with a wiener roast and Halloween party at South Roxana today from 5 to 7 o'clock. The party will be held at the home of Mrs. John Fearno. The teachers of the classes are Mrs. Phillip Hendricks, M r s. Eugene Porter and Mrs. Alonzo Oldham. Halloween Party HARTFORD — Miss Ann Miller and Miss Cathrine Retzer entertained with a Halloween party at the Miller home, 111 E. Fourth St., Saturday evening. Games were played and prize winners wore Tom Morris, Jane Cain, F>ma Noascono and Russ Roberts. A scavenger hunt with three teams participating was held and the No. 2 team headed by Wilma Smith won. Guests attending the party were: Barbara Lack, Clara Sanders, Erma Noasceno, Ed Shiffia, Russ Roberts, Jack Hooper, Ed Mathias, Jim Mathias, Twila Grover, .Jphni Curtis, Linda Schueler, Frank Zagar Jr. Eugene Moore, Grace Ryder, Jim Brigman, Sharon Beckman, Beverly Page, Ron Gray, Willard Chapman, Dud Luebbert, Rose Lilley, Jim Stanton, Joyce Bell, Cletus and Sharon Hackethal, Dorothy Seitzinger, Corrine Davis, Wilma Rodgers, Myra Smithson, John Smith, Jane Cain, Tom Morris, Chuck Brown, Jeanne Fuderich, Sherry Brigman, Howard Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sparks. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by her mother, Mrs, Thomas Miller, and Miss Retzer. Junior Women Meet Tonight At Hartford HARTFORD -The October meeting of the local Junior Women's Club will be held today at 7:30 p. m. at the New Elementary School with the president, Mrs. Ned Kirkpatrick in South Roxana Hunters Bag Colorado Deer SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs, George O'Drll of Edvvards- villo, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Rebecca Parton of Ohio ave- mie, have relumed after spending a week in Alomoso, Colo., where they bagged two doer, a four point buck and a dor. Special Service SOUTH ROXANA — A special service will he conducted at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Bethel Freewill Baptist Church when Leslie Elliott of Nason, 111. will speak on "Missions." The Young People's Association will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Last Thursday a group of women from the church attended a state convention near Sessor. Those attending were Mrs. Iva Lewis, Mrs. Eunice Malone, Mi's. LaVern Boswell, Mrs. Mary Grace Chester and Mrs, Doyle Hollis. charge. A masquerade party will be held following the meeting and all members are to come masked. Refreshments will bo served by the hostesses for the month. Gnthries Move HARTFORD — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Outline and sons have moved from their former residence 212 N. Delmar to their new home on E. "Hawthorne street. Resumes Duties HARTFORD — Mrs. Frank Zagar, news correspondent for the Telegraph, has resumed her duties after a recent illness. News items may be phoned to 4-6962. 100% Union Store Corner of Broadway and Main ON SALE MONDAY AND TUESDAY JUICE ORANGES 3doz. 59c Thin- Skinned and Juicy Large Size Eating APPLES $ 1.59 BUSHEL BASKET Winter Onions 10-39c BROADWAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET For Southern District Explorer and Cub Training Course at Roxana Tuesday ROXANA — The basic training courses for 1 cub pack and explorer post leaders of the Southern District is set for Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at (lie Roxana High school. The course is open to all registered scooters in the district. The explorer course is open to the officers of the explorer posts as well as the adults. The faculty for the courses are as follows: Cub scouting, Ralph Gentry and Frank Sunnier; boy scouting, Arbra Coalson. Otto Bra- zirr and Clarence Mayfield. The explorer course will be directed by Harry Leamy and Ralph Stuart. Honor Nrul.vwds ROXAKA — Persons who have been neighbors and friends for the past 15 to 25 years gave a surprise party Saturday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Emil Cotner of E. Fourth St. who were recently married. Mrs. Cotner is the former Mrs. Opel Wilson of Thebes. Old neighbors of Cotner who attended and brought n-frcslimpnts were Mr. and Mrs. .lossr Miller, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wolvorton, Mr. and Mrs. Manning Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Divrley, Mr. and Mrs. iMonroe Rhodes. Mr. mid Mrs. Marion McBridp, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Koertge, Mrs. Grace Bowier, Mrs. Edna Hyman, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Franklin and daughter Madelyn and Coiner's son Austin Ray Cotner. tloxfum Notes ROXANA — Larry Franklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Franklin of E. Fourth St. is a patient at the Naval hospital in Chelsea, Mass, suffering with a skin allergy. HP is a cook and baker with the Navy and has been hospitalized for the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William Walker of Maple Ave., spent the weekend in Chicngo where they Were among 800 guests at the wedding of their niece. Miss Oca- nine Kccgan to James Dean Stump at St. Angel's Church. They also attended the reception In the Austin Fine Arts Club. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson H. Gross and daughters Natalie Ann and Dorothy Faye of Doerr Ave., spen, Saturday with his mother IUrs. Laura Gross in Alhambra. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" New '57 Chrysler And Imperial Now... At KEXKQAT MOTORS Inc. Your ( hrynlrr Imperial-Plymouth Dralrr 2B25 E. Broadway 3-7778 THANKSGIVING SALE TURKEY DRAWING EVERY NIGHT GRAND PRIZE-NEW G-E RANGE FOODS COOK WITHOUT ATTENTION on top of the range and In the oven* OUR "THANKSGIVING" TO THE PEOPLE OF THE ALTON AREA FOR OUR SUCCESS IS REFLECTED IN OUR PRICES. m Model J-243 ALL G,E, APPLIANCES AT BIG SAVINGS MODEL J-402 ^STRATOLINER DELUXE AUTOMATIC PUSHBUTTON RANGE "COME IN AND TALK TURKEY" ENTIRE WEEK OF NOV. 5-9th INCLUSIVE STORE HOURS 8:30 A.M. TILL 9 P.M. DRAWING 8:30 P.M.-MONDAY THRU FRIDAY GRAND PRIZE DRAWING SAT,, NOV. 10-4:30 P.M. COME IN AND REGISTER— LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY WE WILL NOT BE UNDER SOLD ALTON HOME IMPROVEMENT 647 E. BROADWAY PHONE 2-6320 - 2-9246 it Rich oin WEDGE BANK PAY 'N SAVE You Can Start Your Savings Account With Our Money! $100 WHAT IS YOUR SAVINGS GOAL? $200 . . . $300 , . . $400 . . . $500 $600 Reasons Why "Pay 'N Save" ij Urjecjualled Anywhere: You pay no money down to starf your savings account. You begin building interest right away. At no additional cost, you get Life Insurance prote ction on your deposit immediately. So, if something unforeseen should happen to you, your family would receive the full amount of your loan, WE WILL DEPOSIT ANY AMOUNT IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT FOR YOU an Example oi "Pay 'N Save" i You choose to save $300 in a year. We make your deposit for you. You pay $26,60 each month for 12 months. At the end of 12 months, your total saving is $319.20.* *We add interest to this amount and pay this interest to you by check twice a year, CHECK THIS SCHEDULE FOR DIFFERENT WAYS TO SAVE Announcing 2% f O INTEREST On Savings Accounts Come In Right Away ... We Gladly Lend You Your Savings Goal. Alton Banking kTruSt Co. "TM| WCDCI BANK" *** MKMBIR f.p.l.C. All deposits insured i|p to $10,000 • Growing with Alton for 54 Years Savings Goal 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 2000 2500 Pay'N Save plans available up to 5000.00 One Year (Your Monlhly Payment) 8.87 17.74 26.60 35.47 44.33 53.20 62.06 70.93 79.79 88.66 177.32 221.65 You Receive a Total of: 106.44 212.88 319.20 425.64 531.96 638.40 744.72 851.16 957.48 1063.92 2127.84 2659.80 Two Years (Your Monlhly Payment) -«~ 9.36 14.04 18.72 23.40 28.07 32.75 37.43 42,11 46.79 93.58 116.98 You Receive a Total ol: _ |L _ , 224.64 336.96 449.28 561.60 673.68 786.00 898.32 1010.64 1122.96 2245.92 2807.52 Three Years (Your Monlhly Payment) _ »^ 9.85 13.13 16.42 19,70 22.98 26.26 29.55 32.83 65.66 82.08 •You Receive a Total of: _ _ 354.60 472.68 591.12 709.20 827.28 945.36 1063.80 1181.88 2363.76 2954.88 *Plus ir Four Years (Your Monlhly Payment) M B H _ 10.46 13.07 15.70 18.31 20.92 23.53 26.15 52.30 65.38 terest chec •You Receive a Total ol: r - T « ' — 502.08 627.36 753.60 878.88 1004.16 1129.44 1255.20 2510.40 3138.24 k mailed to Five Years (Your Monlhly Payment) ^^ . «. •_ 11.00 13.20 15.39 17.58 19.78 22.00 43.97 54.96 you semi-i •You Receive • Total of: >I|L (••V •— _ 660.00 792.00 923.40 1054.80 1186.80 1320.00 2638.20 3297.60 nnually. © Copyright 1056 Alton Banking & Trust Co.

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