Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1963 · Page 9
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June 3, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1903 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE* Sfiipnmtt — Mrs. .tennei Frit/ of Deratur, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Frita of Bloomlfigton arid Mrs. Laverna Layman arid daughter of Springfield visited relatives -here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. -folmer Young of Vot Safety's Sake—Call Us JIM LEWIS, JR. PlttE EXtlNGUISIIKIl SALES AND SERVICE 410 Prairie St. ftlal Alton, 111. HO 5-3120 Wood River visited .Thursday with Mrs. Grace Benson. Mrs. L'. E. Kelsey and Mrs. Ralph Sufman left Sunday for Minnesota. Mrs. Surman will go to Rochester and Mrs. Kelsey will visit Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tedrow in Austin. Mrs. Grace Hnnson, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Dugan and son and Mr. and Mrs. Otto U. Meyers spent Friday evening in Springfield with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Schell. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wylder of Ferguson, Mo., spent Thursday with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lockyer. Byron Piper was an overnight patient Thursday at the Area Hospital in Carlinville after ait- ting the end off one of his fingers at his filling station. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Howard of Bethalto visited Thursday with Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Bobzin. Gerlad Halliday has returned home from Purdue University where he has finished h i s sophomore year. Larry Gillespie, Bonnie Bohn- meyer and Tom Bunt have returned from Western Illinois University where they completed their freshman year. MOSCOW—Russian law has extended the death penalty to rape. IT'S POOL TIME! Take a fling at highland fashion. In the classic sheath done up neatly in authentic tartan of cotton gingham. Handsome colors, nice lines aided by Janfzen's new foam rubber shelf bra. 10,95. just wear a smile 108 W. Third Alton Skiptnan Woman Observes 96th Anniversary SHIPMAN — Mrs. Carrie Sei- gerist observed her 96th birthday Tuesday and her 94-year-old sister. Mrs. Amelia Frank of Alton, was a dinner guest of Mrs. Seigerist. Miss Esther and Norman. Mrs. Alfred Frank of Alon was also a guest. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Egon Seigerist and family and Mrs. Mamie Swoboda all of St. Louis were lere for another birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Seigerist. Entertains at Party SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Lee Graham entertained at a par- y Wednesday night in honor of heir son, Daniel, following graduation exercises at the Jerseyville High School where Daniel was a member of the class. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kallal and son of Dow; Mr. md Mrs. Franklin Graham and family, Mrs. Thomas Baker and daughter and Miss Esther St. Peers, all of Brighton. Alders to Meet SHIPMAN — The Christian Aid- jrs will meet tonight at the Roy Baker home at 7:45. Mrs. Marshall Halliday will give the lesson. Hostesses will be Mrs. Halliday, Mrs. W. 0. Kahl and Mrs. Otto U. Meyers; Cub Entertained SHIPMAN — The Corrington Iliapel Community Club m e I Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wilbur Hackney. Mrs. Joseph Hackney was in charge of the program for the afternoon. Members present were: Mrs. Austin Jaynes, Mrs. Clinton Dey, Mrs. Wilfred McRevey, Mrs. Ray Hclmkamp, Mrs. Frank McRev- ey, Mrs. Joseph Hackney, Mrs. William Karncs, Mrs. Louis Lc- bro and Mrs. Joseph Boree. Owaisas to Potluck With Mrs. Gabriel The Owaisa Class of Main Street Methodist Church will have a potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the home of M r s. Paul Gabriel. Those desiring transportation will meet at the church at 6:15 p.m. bcth's Hospital. Granite City, for observation and treatment follow- ng a fall at his home. Mr and Mrs. M. C. Kabel ofj Champaign and their son a n d family. Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kabel and son. Joe, formerly of Inglewood, Calif., spent Memor- al Day holidays with Mrs. Margaret Kabel and other relatives. Dr. R. L. Kabel, a former lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force received his discharge in April and las been awarded a Commendation Medal for meritorious service in the Space systems. The Kabels will make their home in he East where Dr. Kabel has accepted a position as assistant TAIPEI ports are — Formosan fruit at record levels. Fabulous Special Purchase Sale! Of Better Cub Pack at Moro Plans Activities MORO — "Circus Days" was the theme for skits presented by 'lib Pack 104 at a meeting last week. Dennis Unterbrink. Mark Winson, and Jimmy Hammond! ere presented awards. P 1 a n sjChurch's m ivere made for several summer j sponsor an ncfivities. including Baptist Picnic Set Wednesday *,' Oil Onised Tract Whir Hall Class lo Thp Visit Washington \VIIITE HALL — The White Hall Hit'li School senior class trip In Washington. P.C.. will becin Main Street B a p t i s ti'^^^ay. when 3! seniors will issionary society will >^ ™*° »^» all-family picnic at: Eastham. dnnchtor of Mr. a n d Mrs. Glenn Easthnm. was amoiiL' Ihr 106 Butler University shirlrnts named lo thr> dean's list for scho-l laslir achievement. : They Sl. Louis Zoo on June 7. Moro Notes by train. arrive in Washington Ion June ~\ at approximately 10 a trip to the jR: 30 p.m. Wednesday at the Oni/- !a m Congressman Paul Findley PHNOM PENH — Stern steps are beinc taken to keep (he Cain bodian trade- deficit at a mini BUNIONS Get thin quick relief. TJffS shof* pressure, aoofhen and cushions the sensitive spot. Ask for tho Bunion qizc. DL$chbll$ lino pads \ Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" ed Cluh Grounds in Godfrey. Following the picnic dinner the will meet them and escort them to the United States Capitol Build- MORO — Fred Boettger w a sj mid-week prayer service and Bible ing. moved Wednesday- to St. Eliza- study will be conducted. The missionary society On Dean's List WHITE HALL — Miss Carol professor in chemical engineering meet at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Penh State University, State new parsonage ness meeting. short liusi- eui SO™ "*• COOK'S PAINTS JP^ Ladies' nnrt Misses' 4.95 to 9.95 FLATS Famous $ Labels WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. 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