Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1958 · Page 9
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1, EVENING TELEGRAPH •ftwbniticd ALTON, ILLtNOlS, FftffiAY, JULY 11,1958 5c Per Copy Member of Tta AnoelsM M* Xbtcbt dftft Udl 9 Medorfy Places Second Blending Well, Base Colt* Romps Off With Two-Year-Old Pace at Jersey Fab JERSEY FAIR WINNER Tom Gaffpey Sr., of Piaw, and Blending Well who handily took the two-year-old pace at Jersey County Fair Thursday. Photo was made after Blending Well won lint heat of the race in 2:10.—•Staff Photo. Educational Exhibits Popular at Jersey Fair JERSEYVILLE — The elemen tary educational exhibit for pupils of grades 1 through! 8 attracted much attention at the Jersey County Fair this week. County Supt. of Schools O. A. Wilson was in charge of this department. A total of $65 in premiums was offered. Winners of first, second and third place in the classes were as follows: original freehand design, James Cope, Karen Martin and Laura Lee Erwin; original geometric design, Helen Schaaf, Roberta Schaaf; original picture showing outdoor scene in JllinoiB, Gerald Fritz; original picture outdoor scene in Illinois in color, Kendric Forrester, Richard Moman and'Bromley Lewis; portrait, Nancy Fritz, Susan Beach and Dick Caskey; picture of pet, black and white, Larry Arnold, David Pointer and Diana Malloy. Poster showing respect for the Flag, Gerald Fritz; poster showing common weights and measures, David Duval; poster in general field of health and safety, David Weller, Karen Morrison and Helen Schaaf; poster publicizing holiday, Reed Assman, Kendric Forrester and Roberta Schaaf; miniature construction, Gary Hofstetter and David Sniith; table decorations, Esther Morrison, Julia Chipman, Laura Lee Erwin; > Ceramic jewelry, Julia Chipman and Sandra Chipman; modeling io clay, Michael Pruitt, Jackie Scott, Carol Gettings; leather work, Sandra Chipman and Julia Chipman; wood work, Mary Catherine Fleming ; manuscript handwriting, David 'Beach; penmanship, Laura Lee Erwin; map, David Duval, Helen Schaaf and Lewis Powers; dressed doll, Judy Whitlock; illustrated booklet on trip, David Duval; illustrated book on school events, Linda Ciynmings, Paul Crull and Elizabeth Crull; hobby collection, Hazel Dunham • and Jane Fleming. WESTER* SHOE STORES |||<M E, Broadway Ope* Tonight till • P.M. CMUrtM's $2.ff, $3.97 STRAPS anil OXFORDS Speck! R«ek •rota Sim Surgery Patient Return* Home JERSEYVILLE — Angela Jean Abbott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Abbott, who submitted to surgery recently at Alton Memorial Hospital, was brought to her home in Jerseyville Tuesday. The child, who is six years of age, is a cerebral palsy victim, and will be in a cast for five weeks. At the end of that period she will return to the hospital for physical therapy .and it is thought she will be able to enter school the coming term. To Preach at Local Church JERSEYVILLE—The Rev. Paul Siebenmann of San Antonio, Tex., who is visiting his mother, Mrs. Charles . Siebenmann of Jersey ville, will be guest speaker at the First Baptist Church Sunday at both the morning and evening services. At the services at 9:30 ft.ni. his sermon topic will be "Modern Tendencies Among Youth". Rev. Siebenmann is Young People's Educational Director of Alcohol and Narcotics, in San Antonio. Rev. and Mrs. Siebenmann and daughter, Marjorie, and the latter's friend, Miss Kay Mitchell, will visit until the first of next JER5EYVILLE~Bletiding Well tw»ywtf-old colt owned by Pau Woolsey of Ptesa, handily rompe off with the two-yeaf-old pate a J«wey County Fair Thursday opening day of the harness rae ing. Blending Weim time, belt of the two heart, wai 2:10. Winning out in a fait finish tor second money against Captain Ma was Linda Ann Mai, owned b Mrs. T. Gaffftey Sr., of Medor and driven by Mr. Oaffney. Woolsey drove the black-coate winner and later, following his vie tory mi the second time around received the day's speed trophy. Purse for the two-year-old pace WM |750. There were six races schedule tor the day but the last portion waa rained out. The program was stopped just ahead of the secern heat of the scheduled 2.24 tro which offered a purse of $1,000. Greenbrier, a horse consigne to the rendering plant last Febru ary and retrieved by two Jersey ville men who bought him b. weight for |59, was scheduled t run in the 16-class pace but thi was eliminated for the day because of the rain. Winners In Jersey 4-H Show Listed JERSEYVILLE—Four departments of 4-H Club work, food demonstrations, room improvement, table covers and handicraft, have been judged at the 4-H show at the Jersey County Fair. Those receiving "A" ratings in the various categories were: Adventures In Cooking — Karen Barnei, Donna Bruggeman, Barbara Gary, Sue Duckey, Doris Frost, Roberta Frost, Sherry Gaffney, Carol Isrlnghausen,' Elaine Johnson, Valda Tuetken. You Learn to Bake — Mary Kay Belermann, Judy Cope, Hylla Dirksmeyer, Joyce Easley, Betty Foley Debbie Heitzif, Janet Kanallakan Irene Lott, Sandra McDonald, Denlse Meyers. Deanna Mottaz, Kathryn Overby, Sharon Parsell, Shirley Phil lips, Sheryl Rettlnger. Marilyn Roach, Glenna Searles, 'Yvonne Young, Pauline Powers. Barbara Foley, Pattl Martin, Linda Gerson Janet Getting*', and Paula Gorham A B C's of Food — Judy Chlpman Rosemary Edwards, Mary Hagen Susan' Holmes, Sandra House,' Donna Kramer, Langl Rich iley, . Mi Joann Kuebrlch, Phyllis Osburn, Helen Laura [ary Rue, Barbara Wallace week .with Rev. Siebenmann's mother, The pastor of the Jerseyville Baptist Church, Rev. Carl C. Moman, is on vacation during the month of July and the pulpit is being supplied by guests. Virginia Fritz, Kathy Searls, Marilyn Crull and Sharon Tensor. Plan and Prepare Meals. Yeast Breads—Janet Cox, Jean Fulkerson Donna Georgevlts. Pamela Havens Janie Jennings, Roberta Krause, Dorothy Long, Barbara Platto. Plan and Prepare .Meals, Pastry- Janet Cox, Judy Hoffman and Emily Klein. It's Fun to Cook—Diane Burwlg, Wanona Fritz, Rehee Gerson, Mary Ellen Grabbe, Jan Heiderschled. Judy Isrlnghausen. Karen Martin, Martha Sue Powell, Roberta Schaaf, Sharon Wadlow and Betty Wock. Preservation, Canning—Toby Ed dlngton, Barbara Gelsler, Donna Georgevlts, Sue Gorham. Barbara Cotter, Karen Cotter. Beverly Per shall, and Patricia Wendte. Table Covers for Dining - Advanced —Judy Wheaton. Beginning—Donna Brueggman, Karen Martin, Jean Ann Meuth. Roberta Schaaf, Valda Tuetken and Gayle Wock. For their Clothing protects, the following received "A" ratings: Barbara Carv, Deanna Mottnz and Elaine Scheffel. B X B's Club. Doris Frost, Roberta Frost, Elaine Johnson and Barbara Platto of Bake and Stitch Club. Connie Rogers. Delhi Beavers. Judy. Dunn. Janle Jennings, Judv Jennings, Barbara Rogers. Revholds and Sue W"lls, Jean .... _ .. TVibs. Kathleen Due'to. Pat Duftila. Ron- rta Gela'er. Donna Ouenther and Susan White of Dow Clover Girls. Donna Bruegceman, Janice Cooksay. Wanon.a Fritz. Sue Gorham, Tackle Lee Rich, Laura Rich. Mar- "vn Wlegand, Kathy Kesris. Sharon Tonsor and Paula Gorham of Ft- de'ltv Busy Bees. Betty Ann Foley. Ruth Ann Klein. Carol Osburn. Barbara TerrVj. Dtane Jane Tielermann. WHEN YOU CAAIl ENOUGH TO SEND THE VERV BEST NEW! RECESSION OARDS! OOMPLBTB SELECTION NALIMARK "NOTES" NEW VIEW-THROWN OARDS ELEGANT GREETING CARM FOB EVERY OCCASION IIRTHPAYf For everyone you know . . , Hallmark Wirthday Cards . , . in ^beautiful, humorous or modern dMlgai , . . tor every •§«, every taste. JMM, Wi 4tfiH>i»iiililftti iHi^w- ^•••••^•JW'Wlli^^^WWPw^F" Alto'* llMt afedtw *k0*m«fiy if AtE ST, MOUTH ALTON ram pAMtura'rav w wows "oley. Paulatte Wc'ker and ' Sandra Spangle of 4-Leaf Clover Girls. Judy Brooks. Janet Cox. Janice Cox, Linda Gllworth. Pamela Hav. ens, Susan Holme*, Robnrta Krause. Martha Powell, Trudy Thomas and Vicki Wilson of Jersey Jesters. Mary Kay Belermnnn. Barbara Breltwelser, Judy Ch<nman, Judy Erwin, Loretta Hagen. Mars' Haaen, Connie HelUlg. Marcella Kallal, Virginia Koster. Joann Kuebrlch, Carol Randolph, Cheryl Schroeder, Mary Sehleper, Marilyn Sinclair. Helen Wlttman. Rebecca Wlttman. and Elaine Vahle of Jersey Right * Left- ers. Sherry Caffney. Nancy Roberts and Phyllis . Whited of Kemper Makers. Diane Burwlg, SonJa Campbell, Judy Cope. Deanna Davis. Kathleen Ik. Pet Eailey. Jean Fulkerson. JERSEYVILLE VFW CORVETS Jeraeyvllle Veterans of Foreign W«rr Jenfeyvilto Thursday In connection with Corvefo, a drum and bugle corps, pftrtid* Jersey County Fair. A drum and bugle pated In the merchants' parade staged at contest is scheduled for this evening. Heiderscheid Named On i -^ Jersey Recreation Board JERSEYVILLE — Ivan Heider scheid, Jerseyville business man las been appointed a member o: he Jerseyville Recreation Boart o fill the unexpired term of A H. Schlotzhauer who is moving o Prescott, Ariz., with his fam- ly. Dr. Phil A. Ritter, whose term expired, was reappointed for three «ars. The third member of the board is Mrs. Jack Hormell. The appointments were made at the regular meeting of the erseyville City Council Tuesday evening. Treated for Cute JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Delbert Plogger of Medora cut her ight thumb at her home Thursday morning when a drinking glass she was holding broke. She was treated at the Jersey Com? munity Hospital and six sutures were used.' - l Mrs. Emma Powel of Jersey- rflle also suffered multiple cuts when she fell at her home and truck her left hand on a dish. The base of her thumb was cut and she had superficial lacera- ions and abrasions of the lefl arm. She received treatment at Jan Heldertcheid, Marguerite Klueg Dorothy Long, Pamela Long, Sharon Parsell. ' Glenna Searls, Gertrdue "epen and Yvonne Young, of Lucky Tilrteen Club. Members of the Modern Maidens Club exhibiting received 100% rating of "A" on their projects. The mem bers were Barbara Hanneken, Don na Krueger, Sandra Krueger. Denise Myers and Marilyn Roach. Top ratings were also received by he following: Sharon DeVerger. Renee Gerson, Judy Isrlnghausen, Carol Kruse, Karen Martin. Jean ,nn Meutb, Karen Morrison, Shir ey Phillips. Beverly Powers, Judy Wheaton, Pati Martin, Linda Gerson. anet Gettings, Peggy Isrlnghausen nd Pauline Powers of North Star elpers. Elizabeth Eddlngton, Barbara Selsler, Karen Cottar, Ellen Hansen. andra Jones and Becky Rice of lasa Bellettes. Phyllis Cope, Jeanne Crabllle, onna Georgevlts, Linda Georgevlts, udy Gross. Jeannle Hefley, Judy inman, Barbara Hoffman, Nancy offman, Judy Hoffman, Linda Kiel, andra McDonald, Dottie Price, Pa- ricla Wendle. Susan Wills and Marha Jones, of Piasa Bluffs. Doris Bannister, Mary Blotna. DI- na and Sandra Elliott. Janes Flem- ng, Martha Raftls, Rosemary Wag- nblast, Betty Wock. Gayle Wock. aullne Wock and Jane Fleming, of alnbow Girls. Leva Blasa, Shirley Blasa, Judy roppel, Shirlene Hagen, Donna War- ord and Marilyn Crull of Rosedale ustlers. In Advanced Flower Arrangements A" was received by Janice Cookey and Sue Gorham of Fidelity Busy ees; Sandra Krueger of Modern aldens and Patricia Wendle of Pisa Bluffs. In Beginning Flower Arrangements arbara Hoffman of Piasa Bluffs ated "A". In the Five Year Room Plan, Jean ulkerson of Lucky 13 received an A" rating. Those receiving "A" In the Pres- rvatlon. Freezing, were: Deanna avis of Lucky 13; Elizabeth Ed- ngton, Toby Eddington, Barbara elsler, Barbara Cotter, Karen Got- jr, Ellen Kay Hansen, Delia New- ierry. Beverly Pershall of Piasa elettes; Judy Erwin of Jersey Ight and Lefters; Phyllis Whited of emper Makers; Susan Wills of Pisa Bluffs and Betty Wock of Rainow Girls. Meat In Your Meals Project "A" Inner* were: Deanna Davis of ucky Thirteen-, Sue Gorham of FI- ellty Busy Bees, Ruth Ann Klein ' 4-Leaf Clover H31rls and Donna tarford of Rosedale Hustlers. Dorli Bannister of Rainbow Girls lub was awarded an "A" rating In le Pictures of People division. The Clothing and Room Improve- ent Projects were judged at the chlevement Day of the 4-H Clubs. the Jersey Community Hospital and dismissed. Eight sutures were needed to close the wound. Mrs. Harold Landon of Jerseyville fell down the basement steps at her home Tuesday evening and sprained her right ankle. She re- c e i v e d treatment Wednesday morning at the Jersey Community Hospital. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rice of Jerseyville are the parents of a daughter born July 9 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby has been named Cindy Lee and she weighed six pounds and 15% ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Poleet of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rice of St. Petersburg, Fla., and is a great granddaugh- t«pr of, Mrs. CSara Hubbard of Portsmouth, Ohio. The couple has a son,.Michael Duane, aged one year. Jersey Note* JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Benton Fonner and children, Barry, Ann and Lisa, of Decatur are spending some time here at the home oi Mrs, Fonner's parents, Mr., and Mrs. W. O. Wilson. Mr. Fonner will Join them here this weekend for a vacation visit. Mrs. Clarence Birdsong and children, David, Janet and John of Hinsdaie, 111., are guests of Mrs. Birdsong's aunt, Mrs. T. S. Chapman at Homeridge Farm. Janet and John Birdsong are twins. Brighton Board Ok'g Subdivision BRIGHTON — Brighton Vill age Board met the first of the week and a resolution was pass eti approving and accepting the C. E. Jackson subdivision on South Main Street in Brighton An ordinance authorizing and establishing health regulations for village of Brighton was passed. Under this ordinance was the disposing of garbage, trash of any kind in streets and ditches. A representative was presenl from the R. C. Scheffel Auditing Firm with the annual audit, which was approved. 87th Birthday BRIGHTON — The children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Mrs. Annie Schmidt joined her Tuesday afternoon for a party to help her celebrate icr 87th birthday which was Tuesday, July 8. Present were Mrs. T. A. Proctor of LaDue, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schmidt and daughters of Charleston, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Sfewell Strohbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Strohbeck and children, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schmidt and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brueggemann and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schmidt, Brighton. Moro 4-H Girls To Have Booth At Fair MORO. — Twenty-seven mem- >ers and one guest attended the Herry Maids 4-H meeting held Monday at the Moro School. A committee was appointed to arrange the 4-H booth at the county fair at Highland. Those named were: Ida Smith, Barbara Cooper, Nancy Steelman, Janet Watsek, and Kathleen Ruppel. Demonstrations were given by Janice Klein and Janet Watsek. Talks on serving were given by udy Henke, Vickey and Sharon iaUagher. The next meeting will be on uly 14 at the Moro School at 1 >'clock. Those who are in the lothing project should bring heir garments to this meeting. Scout Picnic MORO. — Members of Cub Scout Pack 104, sponsored by the ocal PTA, will have a family picnic Sunday afternoon at the Jranite City Park. Swimming ms been arranged for 1:30 and a picnic will be held at 4 o'clock. Moro Note* MORO. — Mr. and Mrs. Carl iolbeck and daughter, Marcla, eft for their home in Hamden, Conn., Thursday morning, after a .0-day visit with relatives and friends here. They planned to pend a day with friends in Chicago en route to their home. Plan Picnic BRIGHTON — The Senior Westminster Fellowship of the Presbyterian Church is planning for annual picnic for their fam ilies at Brighton Park Sundaj at 6:30 p.m. To this picnic they have invit ed members and their familie of the junior Westminster Fel lowship group who will be joining WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES-IN ALTON the senior group in September After the supper a short busi ness meeting will be held anc reports given on conference. The seniors are also planning to entertain with a skit. EAR Guild Has Retreat BRIGHTON — Members of the St. John Evangelical and Reformed Women's Guild were joined by the Guild of the Alton E & R Church Thursday for a retreat at Rock Spring Park. Dr. Stanley Wilke, educational director of this synod, talked to the group on the missions in Africa. The Rev. Harvey Meckfessel, pastor of the Brighton church, ;ave meditations on the first Lord's Supper and served Holy Communion to the 27 women present. To Honor Pro-Tern Officer* Mrs. William BRIGHTON Thyer, worthy matron of Brighton Chapter of the Order of t h e Eastern Star announces the monthly meeting of the chapter is Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Hall. At this meeting the pro-tern officers of the year will be honored. SOUTHWESTERN BAND Southwestern High School Band as It Thursday at Jerseyvtlle in connection appeared In the merchants* parade staged with Jersey County Fair.—Staff Photo. Betsey Ann Picnic Association Buys Brighton Tract BRIGHTON — The Betsey Ann Association is announcing the purchase of what is familiarly known as the Betsey Ann grounds in South Brighton. Transfer of this property, including about 38 acres, was competed this past week from the ]iilson Brown estate. This property has been in the Brown family for more than IOC years and, except for several minor pieces of property sold, including that purchased by the Brighton Cemetery Association, it s the property originally homesteaded. The Betsey Ann grounds is one of the most suitable picnic areas n this part of the state with excellent shade and good drainage It., is the purpose of the Betsey Ann Association to start immediately to develop the property into a community park with appropriate facilities and will be known as the "Brown Memoria Park". Betsey Ann picnics have been held at this property lor mor than 50 years and again this yea the picnic will be held on Jul 25 and 26. The Betsey Ann Association i a community project devoted civic and patriotic developmen in/and about the community. Th principle project in the past ha been the Betsey Ann Voluntee Fire Department which serve the village of Brighton and sur rounding areas. Celebrate Klrthdayg BRIGHTON — Julie and Jan Mary Hale, daughters of Mr and Mrs. Paul Hale, observed heir birthdays this week. Mrs lale gave each girl a birthday party. On Monday, Julie's fifth ilrthday, she had as her guests Cathy Voorhees, Debbie Tucker immy Rathgeb, Jean Downs Wesley Kramer and Julie's broth- r Joe. Games and birthday ake were enjoyed. Wednesday Mrs. Hale .entertained Jan Mary's friends at a upper party. Her guests includ d Peggy Rathgeb, Sandy Schef- el, Judy and Georgia Lee, Jan t Woods, April Barber, Sharon Moore, LuAnn Knapp and her ister JoAnna Hale. Sixth Birthday BRIGHTON - Wednesday was eanie Downs sixth birthday. Mr, md Mrs. Earl Downs, Jeanie's mrents gave a supper party in ler honor. Their guests includ- d Jeanie's grandmother, Mrs Alice Downs of Jerseyville, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Downs and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Handling of Godrey and Mr. and Mrs. John 'ischer of Alton. Rod and Gun Club Snoot BRIGHTON — The Tri-County Rod and Gun Club will hold night poultry shoot at 7:30 to- ay at their club grounds north f Brighton. Picnic Supper BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woof were invited Sun- ay evening to the Louis Straube arm East of Medora for a fried hicken supper. A big thrill for Voof was the fishing afterward. Jtraube transferred Harold from his wheel chair to a rubber tired arm wagon used to haul wheat The Rev. Harvey Meckfessel, I pastor of the St. John Evangel- cal and Reformed Church has|[ hosen to speak on the subject, 'Looking Back" for the Sunday I C. J, (Chuek) Hfiti Your leniei *rt ground In Alton when y«M have your tyt glen prescription fllledet M.ITI Optical. ImmtdJoff Strvict on Itm and Fromt Jfopairi ... No Waiting. Edw«rd P, Ptrkti FOB WWWIINCEP, SATISFYING, PERSONAL ATTENTION... COMI TO YOU* EXPERIKNCEO OPTICIAN HEITZ OPTICAL *MI.ftMf». PITTSBURGH FLORHIDE FLOOR ENAMEL FOR CEMENT, METAL OR WOOD •WMlfcwftfl SPECIAL $1.00 OFR With CoiifMNi frero "Heartk" Begular 7w23 0« FlCTUPR BUILDING ri9vriRH SUPPLY ftUSQN A HMY f Ti, PtU Find 16-Inch Trout Atop Power Pole MISSOULA, Mont. (AP)—Eugene Pike found a 16-inch trout atop one of his 50-foot power poles recently. Pike manages the electric cooperative here and got • report about a power breakdown. A crew finally spotted something atop one of the poles. A lineman climbed up and found a fat trout wedged between twe insulators. Pike figures some eagie or hawk must have dropped it. morning worship hour at 10:3ff Sunday School is at 9:30 a.m. The Brighton Baptist Mission meets each Sunday at the American Legion Hall. Morning worship is at 9:30 Sunday school at 10:30 a.m. and evening church at 6:30. The Rev. R. R. Tiptoa is pastor. The Rev. Charles Englum, pastor of the St. Alphonsus Catholic Church announces masses *ti 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. The Rev. Leo Mabry, pastot and pulled it by tractor down to of the St. Paul Methodist Church announces Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., morning worship at 10:40 and MYF at 6:30 p.m. Thi Assembly of God Church Services under the leadership oi the Rev. David McGarvey begini with Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., worship at 11 and eve. he pond where Harold could ish from the dam. He was successful in catching two or three carp. M Attend Church BRIGHTON — The members of the Brighton Rebekah Lodge will meet at 9:15 a.m. Sunday' morning on the lawn of the Amer-l nin & evangelistic services al ican Legion Home where theyl? : 30. will go in a group to attend the! Brighton Baptist Mission Church Service at 9:30 a.m. in the Le-Harold Lewis and son, Gary" Brighton Note* BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs, gion Hail. turned Tuesday from a two-week The regular meeting of t h e vacation in the Ozarks. lodge is slated for this evening Paul Hale, who has been a,p» at 8 p.m. in the IOOF Hall. tient at St. Joseph Hospital foi Church Acton the past two weeks, was dismiss- BRIGHTON — The Rev. E. M. ec Thursday. McGehee, pastor of the Brighton Paul Lorts, machinist repair- Presbyterian Church, announc- man on the USS Willis A. Lee, es his Sunday morning sermon returned to his ship in the Bos. opic is "Select Your Luggage ton Harbor after a 19-day leave With Care." Sunday School meets here. He is the son of Mr. and at 9 a.m., morning worship at|Mrs. Red Lorts of East Alton. 10 and WMF annual picnfc 6:30 p.m. Watch •Jewelry | Expert Service Fully {Guaranteed Repairing I STONE BROS. TELEPHONE 8-7111 Alton, III. - 118 W. Third St. Wood River Store at Corner of Ferguson ft Wood River Ave, Dial 4-152* • Completely Rinsed •nd Resiied 9x12$- Only i •M B. Brwriwmy OMI-U71 HOW MUCH? NOW OF TIN? you be the one to decide! Citlieni m«kei it eeiy. You can wve •« much or M little «t you like, iny timo you Ilk.. . •AVI TO IUIT YOUMUP M CITIZENS SAVINGS ami LOAN ASSOCIATION 9m 4>im , fHI^M Tani TiuftJeib , ' * QCg^f jUiud^^, '/ •' ;' . *Aj . J v>H" .. .*&w4

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