Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 21, 1960 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, 1WQ ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Outlook Good for Apple, Peach Crop at Graf ton JTERSEYVILLE - Apple crop outlook hi some areas of Jersey reported good at the County present time. Other localities where the late frost struck heavily will have part of a crop, and some orchards may not be worth spraying. The best outlook tor fruit is in the southwestern part of the county. At the Nugent Schpanskl orchards north of Grafton the outs favorable for an apple crop barring additional hall storms. John Surgeon, superintendent of the large orchard, reported Monday afternoon that the outlook for an apple crop is good now and this also applies to the peach crop there. A recent hall storm swept; through part of the orchard and some of the peaches were nicked by the stones. The damage, however, was not extensive. Rotary Governor to Visit Jersey Club on June 27 Mlon High Honor Rolls Listed for Last Quarter High honor and hotwr rolls at Alton High School for thr second- anidins; period of the second sem ester were announml today. The honor students: Senior Class Nicholas Hemdon, Edward Roy Houston. Terry Hurley. Dennis Irving Jaitten, Reginald John Jim James Keisrr. Geary James Kraft, Thoma? Lenhnrdt, James Brtggs MeBrien. Ronald McConathy, Hat Gei'trudp Bradley, Elaine Wilma "W Monroe Marks. Michael Ed- Brown, Donha SUP BroylP*. San• | ward Mason. Ralph Julian Mendel- dra Sue Camp, Barbara Louise »ohn, Dwight Gary Nlckens, James Cannon. Joan Carroll, Margaii*! Ann Childers. Nancy Lee Concur. Claudia Jean Croft, Mary Gail Curvey. Gall Dix. Judhh Ann Dumoy. HIGH HONOR: Ronald Eugene | Ann Cathc ,. ine Dyp , Kntnrvn , <H> Bailey. Gary Lee Bogart. James David Campbell, John Robert Clark, Roger Lee Cooke. Billy Edward Crane. Thomas Lester Deuckei. Thomas Conrad Fichtel. John Marston Harlow. Rohert JERSEYVILLE - President Scott Courier announced Monday at the Rotary meeting that the annual visit of District Governor Fred Fieker of Carlinville •will take place at the meeting on June 27. On the same date the installation of the recently elected officers of the club will take place as there will be no meeting on July 4. Neu officials \\ h o will be installed are: Krause; vice president, president, Harry John Short: secretary. Lee Hauler: treasurer. John Surgeon: board Four Treated For Injuries at Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Kenneth Weller of Jerseyville was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital Saturday evening for! laceration of the little finger ofi the right hand. She sustained the cut when she attempted to >Hs» Linda Lee tferaty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Heraty of 504 Lafayette, Jerseyville, has entered the Miss Jersey County contest to be held the opening night of the Jersey County fair, July 5. Plan Exam to Fill Aid Post At Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE - The Illinois Daniel .lay Landiss. Maeh- ael John Morales..Robert Lee Nie-j jolet, Roger William Plummer. Ray ! Rushing, Richard Schwaab, Gary iShackelfoi-d. Phillip S\\an. Richard i Thompson. Gary Lee Vieth. Riley Norvell. Rodney Duncan Ovens, Terry Peterson, Stephen John Pfaff. Charles Albert Reeder. Darwin Um-e Richaiti, William Rielmi-d son, John Rippley. William Rip pley. John Roe. Robert Romo, James Sdvoeffel, Michael Scrog Kins, Marshall Selkirk, Walter Set lies. James Show. Samuel Stamp ley, Lurry Stunner.. Richard Sul Ion. Charles Alfred Taylor. Jimmii Albert Troy. Larry Allen Ward, Daniel \Vatrous. John Weaver, Jane Kortkamp. j Un-r.\ Williams. Curtis Wood, Sylvia Kreiuer, Lucia Marie Laird. jj, w ,ellc Helen Armild, Nancv Lou- fcjrtwards, Judy Karen Fatchett. Beth Ellen Finch. Sandra M. Gilbert. Alice Fayr Green. Jo Ann Grlesbaum. Jana Herrin, Carol Howard. Ann Karen Huhhell, Ka> Myra Ingram. Franklin Hollls. James Leroy Hub-, p a1 ,. i( . |H Ann Jarret , Conmn V) bard, Clyde Robert Johnson. Phil-1 Kp ,,.| ulm Mvrna IM ^ Rtmbm. Karen Medom Rainbow Assembly Install* Cam Stevens MEDORA - Miss C«r« 8tev« ens. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stevens, Plasa, was installed us worthy advisor of Me- dorn Assembly of the Order of Rnlnhow for Girls Saturday evening at Masonic Temple. Miss Al- ICP Ann Breitwleser is the retir inn worthy advisor. ta Krauiie. Jerseyvllle. Installing musician: James Applegate, St. Louis, and Miss Janice Stevens, Installing soloists, Miss Judy Brooks, Jerreyvtlle, was inviting drill leader. Miss Stevens was presented an arm bouquet by her small sister. Jeanrtie. and another sister, Other elective officer were: Miss Janice sang "My Task." •Delores Kay Lamblr, Veronica Lee Locke, Judith Logan. Gay Donna MeCarty. Nancy Ann Mc- Public Aid Commission has an- catch a razor blade that was I nounced its interest in applicants ; to take the examination for the •""•• ...i.ii > ,>.^ wi»... ,..__ « . . , . ; 10 IHKC me e.MiiiiiiiHiioii iur me of directors Paul Casey. George fa "' n ^ Sutures were needed to superintendent of Thraibai,! wiiiio,v, c-r,»i^u „...» care tor the wound. ! ..,.,, ., . .... /,........ . Threlkeld. William English and Scott Courier. Chairmen and members of the various committees were announced by the newly elected president, Harry Krause, at a previous meeting. At the meeting Monday, President Courier announced that the local club had an attendance average for May of 87.10 per cent. The club ranked 33rd among the 45 clubs in the district in attendance for May. There were '28 members of the club present at the meeting Monday with live absentees. An effort is being made to have 100 per cent attendance at the meeting next Monday noon. John Short was program chairman Monday and showed a film depicting the production of drugs and Pharmaceuticals of the Eli Lilly Co. Couple Married JERSEYVILLE — A mam- age license was issued here Friday to Charles William Blair of East Alton and Miss Alice Irene Kodros of Jerseyville, rural route. The couple was married Friday afternoon by Justice of the Peace Arthur Thatcher at his office in this city. Leave For Western Trip JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Freesmeyer and son, Sherrill, will leave Wednesday for a two weeks' vacation trip West. They will be guests of the couple's son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Freesmeyer in Phoenix, Ariz, and of Mrs. Freesmeyer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bell in Prescott. Mrs. Freesmeyer is on summer vacation from her teaching duties with Community Unit 100 and Mr. Freesmeyer is on vacation from his work at Rice Seed Co. Visiting in St. Louis A hand injury was also sustained by Linda Wimmersburg. 18- month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wimmersburg of Jerseyville Sunday morning at her home. The child cut the index finger of her right hand on public aid in Jersey County. A vacancy in the post was occasioned bv the death of the late John G B]oomer M " y This is a responsible administrative position requiring four year's of college and three years a toy motorcycle. She wasie^^'ence '" welfare, teaching, brought to the Jersey Commun- P ublk '. he " lth Ol> ity Hospital where the cut was sutured and the patient returned home. Randell Crisswell of Kane| fields. including one year in a responsible supervisory or administrative capacity in social welfare or an acceptable combination of was treated for an infection on i education and experience equi- Ihe sole of his left foot at 10:15i valenl thereto. Beginning salary a.m. Sunday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The 5-year-old boy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. is $470 per month. Candidates interested in seeking further information regard- Ronald Crisswell. He suffered ing the position and the exam the injury when he slipped on a ination should apply at the Jer- vvooden basket while barefooted j se.v County Department of Pub- and the blister incurred became ^ lie Aid Office, L'la S. Jefferson jSt. in Jerseyville, or the Department of Personnel, Armory Building in Springfield. infected. Valarie Chappee. 3, of Jerseyville fell over an electric Guests of Parents JERSEYVILLE —Mr. and battery at her home and incurred a laceration on the left eye-, lid which required sutures. She; was treated at the Jersey Com-, Mrs - Robert L Heureux, daugh- munity Hospital and dismissed. i ters ' Sally Ann and Peg ^ Jane ' and son. Tommy, returned Mon- iday to their home in Dixon. III., _ ; Donald, Dorothy Manger. Patricia Barton. Janinc Diane Lpp Meyers Carolvn Hope m]pl ise Barber, Nina tVIarie Berkel. Snll,\ Lou Braun. Jean Carol Biiirh. Nancy Louise Burjus, Vcra Bassford. Bonita Louise Bati'helor. Sharon KH.V Bizaillion, Ida Jaye Brccht. Barbara Lynn Burris, Cynthia Louise By ford, Hope Cousley, Patricia Davis, Luna Economldes, ' Wane Foeler, Frances Ann Judith Ann Hagen, Elizabeth Anne Hatpin. Judith Louise Hershey. Carol J. Hone-hell, Jane Loriel Johnson. Kdna Karlene King, Judith Diane Kistner. Bonnie Ann Kramer, Donna Isabelle Lindsay. Donna Marie Musgrave, Mary Margaret Oleson. Maureen Kay Parkins. Beatrice Patterson. Priseilla Petersen. Nancy Ann Pickens. Barbara Arm Porter, Amy Josephine Powers, Margaret Jane Roemer. Sally Marie Roller, Phyllis Lorraine Small. Judith Ann Smith. Phyllis Stutz, Marilyn Thompson. Roma Lee Vanfossen, Carolyn Waits, Marilyn Walters, Saundra April'LIT Buniey. Norma Dean Curler. Delores Ann CHthomll. Carolyn Eileen Coats, Marilyn Kay Duley, Sandra Lee Fields, Doris Kox, Mary Rose l-'reeland. Vickie Lee Ganter. Karen Elaine CJolU, Barbara June Ijottlob, Jmlith Marie Handler, Lots Jean Harris, Tamara Camile Hayes. Ruth Ann Healey, Marilyn Jean Hi'ffron. Joyce Hoagland, Karen Jean Hooper, Jean Ives Humphrey, Judith Dale Hunter. n dialler being guests since Friday! Jo Ann Almonroecle1 '' Diane Lor-j ward Allen Evertsen. Joseph An-j brook. John Everett Barton, Gar Attend Reunion JERSEYV1LLE — Mr. Mrs. Herbert Dugger of Amaril-iof Mrs. L'Heureux' parents, lo, Tex., are visiting at the home] Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cope. Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. William Dugger j and Mrs. Cope and their guests in this city. Sunday they went to > were entertained at dinner Sun- White Hall, where they attended! day evening at the home of Mr. a reunion of the Griffin family, i and Mrs. Lindell Cogswell of Taken to State Farm Godfrey. JERSEYVILLE —Deputy Sheriffs Adam DeSherlia of Jersey- 1 ville and Thomas Dean of Nutwood removed a prisoner from' the Jersey County jail to the Illinois State Farm at Vandalia Monday morning. Mary Jo Moore, Georgia Delaine Overbey. Beverly Ann Pybas. Martha Jane Ready. Rosemary Ruedin, Marjoric Schlobohm, Sylvia Ann Schriner, Judith Sunderland. Joanne Tavlos, Margaret Anne Thies, Julia Thompson, Nancy Kaye VanAusdoll. Deanna Jean Voorhees. Karla Jean Voss, Marilyn Waide. Barbara Weber. HONOR: Roger Becker. William Robert Bettendorf, Steven Paul Black. Thomas Jesse Bornian. Gary Elree Cannon, Harold Boysen Diemer. Herbert Hadley Frohock, Gary Wayne Gilleland. Arthur Greenwood, Kenneth Walter Hardwick. Lyndel Ray Johnson, Edward Keller. Lawrence Gordon Kline, Ronald Alfred Lewis, Roy Lee Maguire, Geralr" Verner Maloney. James Edward Meyer, Jerry Lynn Montague, Robert William MuehlmaJi. Donald Joe Nevins, Henry W. Osborne, Paul Phillips, Jeffrey Dean Pinkerton, Harold Rathgeb, Charles Richmond, Donald Lee Schrumpf, Jeffrey Se[ kerke, Richard Douglas Skinner, Carl Snyder, Thomas Stuchlik, Ronald Upchurch, David Walkington, Jeffery Weber, Eugene Wrischnik, Michael Yavorski. White, Diana Fay Yust. Ulula .,„„,. ., a( . kson , K |, H G . John . Junior Claw son Hoberta Lee Jouetl, Sharon HIGH HONOR: Carl Robert j , <OUJS( . Kasinger. Reba Sue Keene, Bergslrom, Marvin Lloyd Bonner, Edward Ferguson. Stephen Gibbins. Glen Allen Ingram. Franklin Roosevelt Johnson. Ronald Edward Jureziz, Bobby Otis Nash, John Paul. James Robbins, Gerald Roy Steiner. Terry Stuchlik, Joseph Wannamaker. Debecca Jo- ianne Allgeyer. Mary Elizabeth Blayney. Jane Valentine Brewer, Marilyn Kay Busse. Kathryn Louise Butler. Sydney Sue Ferguson. Frieda Marie Fletcher. Patricia Ellen Gould, Anita Henderson, Mary Elizabeth Huebner. Stephanie Jacobson, Karen Keehner. Scott Bell McLain, Sharon Lee Kalherinr Leimbach, Zettie Mae Lo\c. Nancy Lynn Maucker. Marilyn Jean Maupin. Sharon Ruth Mayhew. Ellen Marie Miller, Carol Louise North, Shelia Ann Overmeyer, Janet Louise Parrish. Sandra Jane Penning. Janis Lynn Pinkerton. Joyce Ann Porter. Carol Rosemary Ringering. Carol Settles. Sondra Sue Shaw, Madeliene Sigiti'. Ruth Ann Slaughter. Carolyn Smith. Mary Helen Stobbs, Georgia Mae Stuart. Linda Lou Tuetken, Vicky Leah Tuetken. Caroline Veltjes, Stephanie VValc- /.ak. Roberta Joy Wat kins. Patsy Williams, Sharon Ann Williams, Layton. Barbara Ann Miller. Carol j Wooff _ M(| ,. y Let , Zimniel .. Sue Misegades, Patricia Lee Mon- : dy, Rose Lee Catherine Nekola.j Jean Pierce, Mildred Karen Pugh.' Glenna Sanders, Letitia Alberta Schumacher, Linda Scott, Rhoda Simon, Anne Young, Ellen Young. HONOR: Richard Campbell Barocca, Gordon George Besterfeldt. Michael James Bowker, Gerald Stewart Brewer, Dale Campagna. Jerry Edward Clardy. Robert Alfred Clark, Marvin Arthur Colston, Eddie Junior Dancy, Mack Irvin man. Sophomore Class HIGH HONOR: Robert Michael Fike. John Creighton Miller, Thomas Wicks, Willard Wilson, Frances Eileen Arkis, Shirley Jean Bizaillion. Twyla Kay Bradshaw. Judith Ann Hicks. Tamara Hutte, Nancy May Odell. Roberta Ann Pointer, Donna Jean Ribble, Barbara Ann Rowden. Susan Sheldon, Michelc Surveyer. Virginia Yount. Davis, John Stephen Doerr. Ed-| HONOR: John Francis Also- raine Arnold, Linda Dee Baker. Anita Louise Blayney. Nancy Clair Bock, Judith Lee Boyd. Sharon Lee Boyd, Barbara Boyer, Rita gelo, Don Edward Forrester, Charles Freeman. Dudley Giberson, Gerald William Gormley, Robert Edward Colliding, John ris James Carroll, Peter Cooke, Ronald William Downey, Paul Foster. Mary Ann Frye. Charles Francis Gillard, Thomas Frederick ,-, f , . *-- oas t I'Uai'fl AI St. Louis Retires ST. LOUIS CAP) — Captain F. P. Vetterick, commander of the The prisoner James Elledge. 1 2nd Coast Gl|a) . d Distl . jct head . pleaded guily the past week in, quarleivd in st . Louis . has re . County Court (o a charge of es-i tjl . ed caping from the county jail, and 1 was sentenced to serve one year at the Illinois Farm. Elledge escaped from the; Captain Vetterick. a veteran of ;;: J . years in the Coast Guard, plans to move to Mountain Home, Ark. Tc-Botrvim t IT vi.. „ ~ ,1 i » "• -i ^ ' • , * He will be succeeded by Capt. JkRisEYVILLE — Mr. a n d county jail the evening of May ,-,.,-,. c j «= RM^II Aiu,.,. a v a »H fem. ^ i- „„!, :«. ^.JL ,.-,...'.. °- A PetersoH, former command- Mrs. Russell Murray and family of St. Louis motored to Jerseyville Monday to accompany Mr. Murray" aunt, Mrs. Warren Gray, back to St. Louis where she will spend some time with relatives. Mrs. Gray is recuperating from a foot injury su-i stained some time ago. ! Visit Here j JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and! Mrs. Jack Lumley of Oakland. Calif., visited Saturday with Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Sidwell in Hardin and with Jerseyville relatives! and friends en route to Chicago { where Mr. Lumley will spend! six weeks in the interest of the American Tractor Equipment Co. of which he is a sales engineer. Home From Conference JERSEYVILLE — Four mem- hers of the Sixty Plus Club of! Jerseyville have returned from Buffalo, N. Y., where they attended the Senior Citizens Conference. They are Mrs. Lena Cason, Mrs. Elmer Lanham, Mrs. Emma Boyer and Mrs. Norma Heneghan. They made the trip on a chartered bus taking a group from this area. The Senior Citizens International is a Golden Age organization formed last summer at a conference in Lakeland, Fla. at which time six members of the Sixty-Plus Club of Jerseyville were present. The organization s purpose is to foster better living for the aging. in company with Fred Eugene, Dick. ing officer of the Coast Guard Institute at Uroton. Conn. Australia has SiXOOO licensed • The district includes all or parts TV sets. of 21 Midwestern states. Hardware Mutuals Expand Sales Force in Alton Area VACATION AND HOLIDAY SILVER DOLLAR DRY CLEANING SPECIAL THIS WEEK tftt f. tOU Statt St. U* I. f|« N. Wood ftivw Avt. JAY CLARK 144 Acton, Wood Biver Clinton 4.1233 It's « real pleasure for Hardwart Mutuals to announce tht appointment of JAY CLARK in Alton and tur- rounding area. Jay will work with Howard Drew in the Alton area. He is ready to put his skill to work on your personal and business insurance problems. A phont call to Jay is all it takes for you to get the latest facts about Hardware Mutuals low cost, quality protection on a convenient premium payment plan. INIUtANCI AUTO . . . YOUR Hardware Mutuals, Miss Mary Robinson, associate worthy advisor; Miss Leottn Rogers, faith: Miss Janet Warn-jSeville. Miss Stevens was escorted to her station by James Russell of Jer- er, hope: Miss Janet Lnhr. charity: Miss Alice Ann Breltwtes- er, secretary. James Applogate sang "The lord's Prayer." Miss Janice I Stevens sang "In the Garden 01 Appointive officers are: Miss'Tomorrow" after the seven color Arlene Hart, "haplain: M i s stations W et-e Installed and her Janice Stevens, drill leader:; sister. Jeannie, presented each Miss Sandra Bartow. love: Miss;one with a bouquet. Miss Stev Kathryn Mogg. religion: Missiens also sang "The End of a Linda Gaffney, nature: Miss i Perfect Day." Miss Breitwleser Becky Rice, immortality; Miss I received the past advisor's Jew- Ruth Ann Smith, fidelity: Miss)el from Miss Cat-a Stevens. Dorothy Sisco, patriotism: Mlssj The Misses Sandra Russell Janet Cairns, service; Miss Con-1 and Janice Nimerick. Jerseyville, nie Gross, flag bearer: Miss j served at the refreshment table. Judy Mogg, confidential observ-j Fractures Wrist In Fall er: Miss Patty Foi-d. outer ob-l MEDORA — Mrs, Walter Mer- servei-: Miss Helen Howell. choir jeer suffered a fracture of a bone director. ;in her left wrist Saturday morn- Miss Carol Breiwieser was in- ing while mowing the lawn with stalling officer: Miss Alice Breil- wieser. installing chaplain: Miss Linda Hart, installing marshal: Miss Trudy Thomas, Jerseyville. installing recorder: Miss Rober- Hack. Vince Homer Hale. Colin Albert Hausman, Billy J. Heath, i Billy Hendricks. James Killion, John Robert McBride, Donald Robert Mackenroth, George William Miller, Gary Edward Mook, Richard Preston Musgrave, William Fredrick Celtic, Robert Monroe, Peek. John Reckngel, Damon Rickards. Franklin Max Scheel, Stephen Schmidt. John Wagner, Gary West brook. Gregory Yust. Adelr Jean Barocca. Stormy Jane Barton. Neva Leorc Buchanan. Jacqueline Ruth Burjes. Alice Ann Butler, Phyllis Ann Cochran. Katherine A. Dourson. Patricia Scharlene Flye, Joan Marie Gill, Alice Horn, Marilyn Hot 1 - sley, Carolyn Hudson. Nancy Marie Jones. Katrin Kilchenmann. Carol King, Sharon Frances Kirbach, Catherine Koehne, Janet Fay Langer. Elizabeth Ann Lewis, Susan Jane List, Judith MsDanel, Mary Ellen Malloy, Marie Market. Joy Lynn Medler. Sarah Jane Nic- otet, Paulerte Marie Nolan, Sally Jane Pinkerton, Dorothy Rose Prager, Sandra Lynn Pratt, Linda Kay Ringering, Alicia Rae Roe. Rebecca Lynnc Roettgers. Mary Anne Sekerke, Mit/i Kay Sevier. Mary Melisse Thomas, Sharon Walker, Betty Jo Watson, Diane Wehrle, Judy Westbrook, Cheryle Younger. a power mower. She stepped in a hole and fell. She was taken to the emergency room at the Carlinville Area Hospital, then returned home. Modern Noei MEDORA — Mr and Mrs. aurice Wilton and family, Pontiac, Mich., who were called her* by fltt dMtt 4 Ml father, J. & Ktpttnttf. It Wiv iy niHft w«n 'Hit jIlHRaV Mr. and Mw« QiPiy_^^iBII> SatuMay flVWlMf, OW MMnptt) family et flit of her ftthet) uvoifv netr am, at La Orange, in. Mrs. flurence WafttW Bl wfUKf ing the week in Glrard with n» son, Edwin Wtrner. _^ t ,, Mr. and Mrs. frank DJMfW, Barry. Ill, Mr, and Mr*. L. Eddleman and famttjr, Springs, Mo., Mr. and Mi*. PjMf' rell Eddleman and leanQy, wt» guests Sunday of Mr. and Mil. T. T. Eddleman. The Misses Lovrlse Ctlnt' flftd Hazel Gfittirt, ChlCagfl»- ttt spending the week with tM ftie mer's parents, Mr. and Mitt. W. E. Qine. ^ Runs In Hie Ftmlly ST. LOUIS <f)—Mtf. John 3. Danback, walking down ft hospital corridor to pay a bill for treatment of her 13-month-old daughter's broken leg, slipped and broke her own leg. W«teh» Jewelry Repairing V Gear. a«tM STONE BROS. TELEPHONE HO «-1HI Alton. Dl. — 111 W. Tfcifi it. Wood River Store «* Center of Perftnoit and Weed Mirer Av«. Dtel CLtntoa 4-1MI SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE RHYTHM STEP Values to $ 16.15 FAMOUS MAKES Delmanerte-Rhyrhm Step Values ta 19.95 CASUALS Values ta 12.9S FLATS Town and Country $ 710 Values to 9.95 I All this season's newest styles colors—No odds and em Third and State Sts. BIEDERMANS SPECIAL! FREE GIFT FOR SAVING DURING CITIZENS SAVINGS' NEW ACCOUNTS JUBILEE Earn New High Anticipated 5% Yearly on Monthly Installments and Prepaid Savings. Save $100 or More . . . Receive ANCHOR HOCKING FIRE-KING COPPER-TINT OVENWARE This famous 1'2-piece Anchorglass Oven ware »el is yours- tree when >uu open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or mure. Practical and beautiful, ovenware is guaranteed two years againsii oven breakage. You can add to yuui account at any time in multiples of $50. Funds will earn at new anticipated rale of 5'/e, per annum, tirst payable June 30, 1960. Save $10 or More ... Receive SWIVEL HEAD UTILITY LANTERN Open a neu RKfjLLAR MU.Vi iii^i' LN.^J HI,J,.>II^.N ii SHARK ACCOUNT with $10 or more. Your tree gift will be ihii handy lantern wuh strong beam and swing-up red flasher, a tuetul "Safety Companion" toi auio 01 home. Add to savings in multiples of 50c 01 $1 each, tarn neu anticipated 5% rale, fust payable June 30- I'JbU. NIW ACCOUNTS JUIILIE ENDS JULY 31 ... PUN NOW TO STOP IY SAVINS* ACCOUNTS INSURED SAN UP to SI 0,000 BY FSLIC HANDY WONT DOOI TELLER'S WINDOW . . . FREE FRONT DOOR PARKING CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 32S *•** Avf. CL 4*3842 East Alton HOURS: t *•. t« 4:30 *.•. l^y. 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