Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1958 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 10, 1958
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THURSDAY, JULV10,1958 ALTON EVENING TELEORAPM Girl Scouts Earn Cook Badges in Church Kitchen EBWARtsSVlLLt!.—Girl "SetMti in Edwatdsville this week ait working to complete the necessary requirements toward the cooking merit badge in the kitchen of St John's Methodist Church. Instructor in the cooking 96(100! is Miss Jo Leslie, home economist for the Illinois Power Company in Madison county. She is assisted by Miss Nancy Kendle- man, a recent graduate of South' «rn Illinois University, who will soon be a home economist for the power company in Mt. Vernon, and Mrs. Ellen Hoover of Edwardsvllle, formerly with the power company and now a teacher of homemaklng classes in the Troy High School. the scouts, who range in age between 10 and 12, are receiving more than mere basic cookery instruction. Use is made of numerous modern kitchen appliances and .implements, stress is placed on menu. planning, balanced nutritional needs and time-saving food preparation methods. Eye- appeal of table settings and appetizing serving of meals is point ed out to the girls by Miss Leslie; and reminders of the niceties of manners emphasized. Menus are of a practical nature and the scouts are urged to try them out on the family, as a practical application of the morning lessons. Many, a busy Edwardsville mother will appreciate the Tuesday luncheon lesson, when prepared at home by a small but efficient kitchen helper—Franch bread, spread with a tasty cheese — spread mixture (made by the girls) and toasted under the broiler, accompanied by a colorful vegetable platter of fresh peas and carrots. Plans for menus later in the week include preparation of casserole dishes and instruction in a variety of dry and moist heat methods of meat cookery. The last session of the cooking school Open Men., Fri. till 9 P.M. Big Aisortment Ladles' DRESS AND CASUAL SHOES 94.9S to $19.95 Values $100 $AOO $000 WESTERN SHOE STORES •M-M E. Broadway Hospital Notes Jfertey f omrnHMtfy MiSDtCAt, Mrs. James Wayman, Jerseyville Riley ftavis, Jerseyville DISMISSALS B. R. Wise, Chicago Marvin Davis, Jerseyville ' Ralph Egelhoff, Jerseyville Warren Greene, Katie Mrs. Loran Willis, Jerseyville Mrs. Clifford Jewsbury, Jerseyville St. Jo*<*ph'« MEDICAL Mies Rose Mary Hunter, 508 Wyss Mrs. Catherine Kitsmiller, 51T Market Mrs, Helen Hoffman, 541 East Sixth Mrs. Mary Lowery, 914 Adams Mrs. Bonnie Carter, 51 Sullivan Earl Robinson, 3707 Horn Jones Crone, 101 Sullivan Burra Robinson, 1603 Piasa Randy Lee Draper, Strong Mrs. Wanda Bridges, 1108 Main Mrs. Nancy Booher, 223 Penning, Wood River Mrs. Eileen Dooley ( 1001 Union Richard Crane, 808a E. Brdy. SURGICAL Miss Peggy Davis, 333 Locust Mrs. Evelyn Sanders, 48 Mar guerite, Wood River Mrs. Ruth Markovltch, 120 East Penning, Wood River , Mrs. Janice Greet 1 , 1501a Rodgers Franklin Wagner, 643 Ferguson Paul Tuetken, 912 West Fifth Mrs. Ida Younge, 1135 Harrison Miss Karen Jones, 231 Mounter Miss Jane Barnett, Keller, Godfrey .DISMISSALS Mrs. Lorraine Hampton, 212 Soulh Dooley Mrs. Mary Perry, 1810 Market Mrs. Mary Cundall, 3640 Berkeley Gregory Ziegler. Cottage Hills Mrs. Glyades Townsand, West Alton, Mo. Mrs. Jane Scott, -2304 Nolan John Wense, 307 Dooley Miss Helen Olson, Fairmont Mrs. Louise Schreiber, 1105 Washington Mrs. Loraine Dugge, 137 Dooley Mrs. Frances Bofich, 210 Cooper Mrs. Dorothy Jones, 5 W. Delmar Mrs. Dorothy Vach, 1230 East Fourth Steven Reynolds, Edwardsville Edward Reynolds, Edwardsville Mrs. Cynthia Jones, 211 Lampert William Huebener, Rt. 2, Brighton R. A. Thomeczek, 1001 Chouteau Dennis Warner, Rt. 2, Godfrey Alton Memorial MEDICAL Donald Davidson, 2425 Gayle Valerie McCleery, 3200 Agnes Otis Blockburger, 808a E. Broadway will ( be held Friday, morning. Girls participating in the school are from troops 5, 18, 25 and 38. Kane KAfffi. -1 Mt. nfld Mrs. Harold Betmett, Altoft, attd Mr. and Mrs nrtt Pftttttef and daughter, Janet Kay, were dinned guests Sun day tit Mrs. Bettaid WHHams. Mf. and Mrs. Robert Whaloft returned to Champaign Wednesday aher several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bbfiald Crtine. Ttio regular meeting of the OES was held Tuesday evening. Mrs Lewis Varble, associate condue* tress, resigned her post and Mrs Delbert. Lay 1 was elected to replace her, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Pope and son, Robert, of Champaign, visited friends here Tuesday. They formerly resided here. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bates and Mrs. May Tucker were dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Neva Neunaber, Bethalto Oliver Jenkins, 3t)7H Washington Teresa Hoots, Wood River Brenda Trimm, 3000 Glenwood SURGICAL Nancy Combs, 250T N. Rodgers J. D. Hancock, 110 W. Elm John Henry Van Buren, W. Alton, Mo. Gerald Estes, S. Roxana Miss Odelta Berrong, E. Alton Mrs. Lila Mae Mortland, Godfrey Mrs. Emily S. Pope, 1606 Clawson Mrs. Helen McMillan, Bethalfo Mrs. Carol Dorris, Webster Groves, Mo. Jerry O. Snow, E. Alton Sam Santacruz, 900 Highland Mrs. Lucille James, 949 Union Mrs./Elizabeth O'Neill, 445 East Twelfth DISMISSED Hilary Heuer.,1014 Garden George Malamas, 528 Alby Mrs. Frances Hurley, 714 Langdon Mrs: Frances Belangee, Rt. 1 Bethalto Richard F. Ash; 3554 Aberdeen Mrs. Mary Scoggius. Jerseyville Wesley Hunter, Jerseyville Patricia D. Rexford, 1409 Willard Dail Pruiett, 607 Leonard Michael Osborne, 4524 N. Alby Annette Landers, Granite City Dennis Tuchalski, 2303 Morning Star Dr. Patricia Broeker, Cottage Hills Mrs. Martha Bland, Godfrey Mrs. Vergie Cox, ,E. Alton Lydle Earnhardt, foorsey Mrs. Alberta Williams, 524 Anderson Sharon Cooper, 3026 Mayfield Wood River Township MEDICAL Lisa Ann Jones, 240 Lincoln, Ed- vVardsville Marcia Joyce Fry, 320 Church, East Alton Leo John Klekamp Jr.,' 629 Lincoln, East Alton „. W. Carlisle, 269 South Twelfth Mrs. Esther Mae Decker, South Roxana SURGICAL Thomas Lee Moxey, 315 Thirteenth • DISMISSALS Victor R. Harris Jr., 161 East Alton, East Alton ALTON'S ISCOUNT STORE 30 Day Money Back Guarantee FANTASTIC SAVINGS Here's your guarantee of the best diamond buyi Select the diamond of your choice and we will give you 30 days to shop and if anyone will give you a better value, we will refund your money. NO DOWN PAYMENT NEEDED Neil HawWns, Godfrey. MM. Tucker remained for several days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marchand of Peoria and Mrs, Inez Paulsen of Vensonville visited Monday with Mrs. W. 8. Hawk and family. They also called on O./L. Wheeler, Lynn Wheeler and Mrs. Robert Guilander. Mrs. Robert fleugfierty and Mrs. Clifford Gary and daughter, Judy, spent Monday in St. Louis. Mtts Sherry ,Allen Is spending this week in Fletdon with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cummings. Bobby Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson, underwent knee surgery Tuesday at Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Greene and daughters, Joyce and Mary, of Petersburg, are guests this week of his mother, Mrs. Frank Greene. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bell had as supper guests the first of the week, Mr. and Mrs; Frank Freesmeyer and son, Sherill; Mrs. Arvella Wilson, Jerseyville; Billie and Susan Long, Brighton, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krueger. Former prime minister Louis St. Laurent of Canada, who has returned to private law practice, says he would not again accept public office. It had been reported that he might succeed Governor-General Vincent Massey. Choir Throws By Fincostle Protect your beautiful upholstered pieces! Keep your upholstery store-fresh with Fincostle TV Couch and Choir Throws. Excellent protection for your upholstered pieces against the daily wear caused by concentrated sitting, children and pets! You'll want several*for lap robes, nap robes and coverlets, COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED N CHAIR THROW 60x70 inches $2.95 COUCH THROW 60x108 inches $4.95 GIFT & DRAPERY DEPARTMENT FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT 427-433 I. MOADWAY 3-8856 ALTON, ILLINOIS f % S*Wf Till 9 P. M. 9! •<! ALTON 104 W. Third St. — Alton — 3-1851 %»*v r>*,-< >L *».?. < TREMENDOUS JULY 6 DIAMOND MATCHING BRIDAL SET 'A charming pair ofUKgoldrmgs she'll cherish at i savingt. SIOO.OO Value '50 91.00 A Week NO MONEY DOWN! pay as little as 4 a month TAKE 10 MONTHS TO PAY ON OUR C.C.A. PLAN Op«n a convenient "CCA." Continuous Credit Account And do all your'shopping •v*ryday without cash. • mfc any Mtaporton for • £. C. A. application CLEARANCE OF WOMEN'S FASHIONS FAMOUS MAKE WOMEN'S SUMMER DRESSES Hurry in for best choice of some of our finest dresses! Tailored, casual styles; solids, motif designs, and floral patterns. Misses, Women's sizes! . $ 5.99 7.99 save on girls wear save on sportswear Regulor $10.98 . . Reg. $12.98 fr $14.98 Regular $17.98 . . $ 8.99 8-DIAMOND 9150.00 Value $ tt" II.W A Week IO.DIAMONQ ,$81fi,M Value •133" $4.80 A Week M DIAMOND •100 Value ,| '44 IP ^^ $1 a Week Trtplt Protection iMwronct (POLICY FREE ftr ONE YEAR II,) Insured ajalnil low of diamond 11,) Resliterea Diamond l|.) Full trade-In valufi on a larger diamond *et ai any time 5-DIAMOND HM.OO Value II" 1.80 A Week OIAMOND MIMQSV bock T«K«lher WOMEN'S HOUSECOATS 'N ROBES Reg. $5.98 values! Choose from good assortment of nylon or cotton in flower pnnr design. Sues 10-20. MISSES' RAINCOATS Regular $14,98 values. In quality poplin with matching hat. Suntan. Sizes 8-16-18 only WOMEN'S FAILLE DUSTERS Regular $10.98 values! Clearance of fine quality dusters in aqua, beige, orchid. Sizes 12-18 Second Floor $ *•** ^ •»» 4.88 8.88 $ 5.99 FASHION ACCESSORIES SAMPLE JEWELRY Values to $1.00 _ „_ Just arrived! Salesman's sample line VI ^7 C of summer earrings, necklaces, mi^f J bracelets, pins Voluts to $2.00! . ^ **** Better quality jewelry in ass'td $1 f||| summer tones. All brand new | 9 \J\J merchandise! Main F/oor 3 BIG GROUPS Women's Summer Handbags Choose from • selection of all our summer bags! Reduced for clearance! Totet, pouches, carryall types; in plastics, straws and torn* leather bags! Hurry in for best choice! Volim to $2.98 VglNM la $4.98 Vahni lo $7.98 $2.22 $3.44 $4.44 Regular 55.98 Vo/ues/ GIRLS' SUMMER DRESSES One group of fine quality cotton <• and cotton blends dresses! Broken^ sizes, 3-6x, 7-14 MISSES' COTTON COORDINATES Values were to $8.98! Say flowered patterns and bright new solid'tones. Broken sizes Second Floor 333 GIRLS' SWIMWEAR Regular $3.98 values! Assorted patterns and styles. Choose 3-6x and 7-14 sizes! Second Floor $ 2.99 Values to $3.981 MISSES SLIM JIMS Choose stripes, plaids, ors in fine quality cotton fabrics. Sizes 12-18 n 1 solid col-d- 299 save on tots wear BOYS' SWIM SH"ORTS Values to $1.29! Solid colors and checks in quality fabrics. Sizes 2-6x BETTER SWIMWEAR Values to $1.98! Famous name brand trunks in variety of patterns. Sizes 2-6x .... Second Floor $ 99' 1.44 LADIES' SPORTSWEAR Regular $3.98 values! Jamaica shorts, pedal pushers, skirts, blouses. Sizes 10-18 Second floor $ 199 save on fabrics save on mens wear COTTON CORD SLACKS Regular $5.98 values! Cool, combed* cotton cord in broken sizes from 36-42,v First quality , 5.00 Regular $1.98 Each! MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Some wash 'n wear fabrics in gay assortment, of patterns and solids. Sizes S-M-L-)^ $ 1.44 UPHOLSTERY FABRICS Values to $6.98 yard! New assortment in woven and textured fabrics. Most pieces 8-10 yards each! COTTON BLEND FABRICS Normally sold to 98c yard! Cottons, rayons, nylons in drip-dry. Border prints, solid colors. 36' wide DRESS LENGTHS REDUCED! Regularly sold for $5.98! Full 5-yard lengths make most any style dress. Assorted patterns Third FJoor $1.98 1 Yard 54 Each save on domestics WASH 'N WEAR SLACKS Values to $7.99 pair! Choose for summer and medium tones. Drip dry and wear! 30-40 Main F/oor $ 5.00 save on boys wear Values to $2.79 Eachl QUALITY HOOKED RUGS Large 20x30 size in assorted designs. Gives warm accent to any room $ 2.29 BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS Regular $1.79 values! Qhoose gay assortment of stripes, plaids, some wash 'n wear. 6-16 BOYS' WALKING SHORTS Regularly sold for $198! All first quality fabric. Tartan plaids and solids. 6-18 •'. Main F/oor $ 1.50 1.44 . SOFA SLIP COVERS Regular $17.98 values in 2-way stretch knit fabric. Brown, Green or Gold! , $ FEATHER PILLOWS Regular $2.95 each! Fine 'crushed feathers with printed ticking covering Third Floor 10.88 '1.99 save on home-needs save on notions BEACH BAG 'N PILLOW Regular $1.00 value! Ideal for beach or outing! Handy carryall and pillow comb!' nations. ...» MEN'S TROUSER GREASERS Regularly sells for $1.00 for set of 2 pairs! Adjustable steel frame for quick drying. No ironing needed! >- Set of '4 Pair» 66 88 STAINLESS STEEL COFFEE MAKER Regularly sells for $29.96! Has* flavor selector. 10-cup capacity. * Dripless pouring spout ..« "IMPERIAL" GLASSWARE Each regularly $2.98! Chooi* 7" bowl, relish dish, candy dishes, or vases ,..,.., ( >*n 18.88 2 Third FJoor BAR B-Q TOOLS Values to $1.50 each! Assortment of forks, spatulas, or turntrf. Wooden handles laitmtot \ I

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