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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963 ALTON EVENING 'TOLEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN SPECIAL STORE HOURS FRIDAY and SATURDAY Friday 9:00 A,M, to 5:30 P,M, Saturday 9:00 A,M, to 2:30 P.M. FURNITURE - TV - APPLIANCES 2606 STATE ST. PHONE HO 5-7588 Break For Wives GLASGOW - A Scotch cour* has upheld the right of a wife to leave a husband who drinks too much. DISCOUNT! LADIES' Wcilgc and Stacked Heels • TIES « CASUALS Nationally Advertised 12.95 sellers. Sizes 4 to 12 M, N and S M AC Widths liSKI Others from $2.9fl to $A.9S WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-00 E. Broadway Southwestern Honor Lists Announced PIASA — Honor and high honor students for both senior and junior high schools at Southwestern Senior-Junior High School have been announced as follows by Victor VanDyne, principal. High honor, seniors, Barry Wilderman; juniors, Franklin Kahl Larry Sample and Larry Stewart. Sophomores, Buzz Duncan, Jan Hale, Keith Mutzbauer, Sherill Rice; freshmen, Mary Duncan, Lorin Dunn, Nancy Fout, Joann Reed, Kathy Searls and Steve Tebow. Eighth Grade, Gary Bowker, Mary Huebener, Richard Lister, Don Reed, Dennis Robinson |Ruth Ann Smith, Nancy Spring- Lynda Rothe, Thomas Ryder arM Sharon Tonsor. Seventh Grade, Mary Bielsmith, John Huebener, Ruth Koehne, John Kulenkamp, Pat Quackenbush, Sandra Sewell, Robert Shultz and Judy Wagenblast. Honor roll, Seniors, Wanona Fritz, Gary Johnson, Clara Leefers, Marsha Halliday, Kenneth Allen, Sandra Bartow, Robert Dunn. Marilyn McBride, Richard Piper, Larry Rodgers and Robert Wall. Juniors, Wanona Fritz, Mary Hunn, Marilyn Alward, Verna Sheets, Herry Mills, Diane Point- man, Wayne Watson and Rex Wilson. Sophomores, Theresa Scheober- le, Arthur Huckelbridge, Topper Shields, Linda Westfall, Janet Woods, Edward Bunt, Judy Lee, Sharon Moore, Thomas Rathgeb, Susan Roemer, William Winslade, Luann Knapp, Jacquelyn Clark, Joyce Fox, Gerald Heyen, Thomas Kahl, David McLaughlin, Donald Rhodes, Edward Sancamper, Danny Schmidt, Dennis Skaggs and Walter Wood. Freshmen, Katherine Hart- Forrest Smith, Diana Baker, John Bott, Louie Johnson and Shirley Short. Eighth Grade, Joyce Burns, Darrell Fritz, James Gable, Becky Heyen, Cathy Johnson, Kathy Linsley. Thomas Quackenbush, Betty Roderfeld, Randee Short. Marsha Well, Ann Woolsey, Kenneth Beckham, David Brueggeman, Janis Childress, Joyce Moore, Michael Romano, Diana Schallenberg, Joann Stampe, Stanley Watts. Celeste Hart, Terry Smith, and Linda Schmoeller. Seventh Grade, Margarette Bohannon, Denny Gaffney, Jerry Gwillim, Mary Jo Kallal, Linda Overbey, Barbara Rathgeb, Salman, Frank Oertel, James Winer, Peggy Rathgeb, David Shaw, slade, Diana Hubbard, Judy Lahr, ly Jo Schaefer, Mary Schoeberle, Cathy Shultz, Gary Darr, Michael Egelhoff, Donna Gray, Donna Moore, Janice Scheffel, Cindy Searls, James Atterberry, Mary Caveny, Sandra Duncan, Eva Halliday, Teresa Hunn, Mona Jones, Cathy Lewis and Lenora Maxwell. Kenya to Join in African Federation NAIROBI, Kenya (AP)—Kenya, headed for independence from Britain, plans to join neighboring Uganda and Tanganyika In an East African political federation before the end of the year. MANILLA — Virginia tobacco is wanted in the Philippines. A PENNCREST is th« newest name in a long line of PenneyV Own Brands proved and improved for over 60-years. Count on PENNCREST for Penney value ... count on Penney's to make good on every promise, on every purchase! PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY tereo! Hi-Fi! 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The 6 deluxe speakers give you concert hall performance. Deluxe VM changer, 9-tube AM/FM tuner. Expertly engineered, acoustically balanced. Oiled walnut veneered hardwood. Penncrest Stereo Console with AM-FM Modern design with 4 big speakers, 4-speed VM changer, diamond needle, 9-tube FM/AM tuner. In hand-rubbed walnut or mahogany veneered hardwood. PRICE INCLUDES DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION! FULL I-YEAR WARRANTY ON PICTURE TUBE! Complete 90-day "in your home service" on parts and labor for consoles and portables. Installation to existing facilities only! NO MONEY DOWN 8,70 A MONTH * N.E.AI.A. certified 199 98 259 98 199 95 NO MONEY DOWN 10.15 A MONTH NO MONEY DOWN 13.30 A MONTH NO MONEY DOWN 10.15 A MONTH CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR EAST ALTON PENNEY'S Shop 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY through SATURDAY EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection of U.S, Highway 67 and Niagara Avenue Paul Louden Completes 40 Years at AMOCO WOOD RIVER— The American Oil Co. has announced that Paul R. Louden of 43? Fifth St., has completed 40 years of service tat the local plant. Louden was born in Medora, Ind., where he spent the early part of his life. In 1923 he joined the American Oil, then known as the Standard Oil Co., as a laborer. Later he entered the machine shop line of promotion and p r o g ressed through various Louden, classifications un- L)| he became a first class machinist in 1938. In 1939 he was promoted to assistant foreman in the same department. He received another promotion in 1951 when he was appointed general foreman in the transportation department of the mechanical division, the job he holds today. Louden has been active in several organizations and currently is mayor of Wood River. Plan Rehearsal WOOD RIVER — A ceremonial rehearsal will be seld Saturday at 7 p.m. by Caspar Shrine at the Masonic Temple instead of Sunday, as was originally planned. The ceremonial will be June 15 in (lie temple. The program will begin with a business session at 4 p.m. followed by a potluck at 6 p.m. and the ceremonial at 7:45 p.m. Brighton Church Bible School to Be in August BRIGHTON - First Presbyterian Church's vacation Bible School will be Aug. 12 to 23, the Rev. W. Kennard Lacy, pastor, las announced. Sessions will be from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Mondays hrough Fridays. Teachers will be: kindergar- ;en, June Mouser, Diane Anders, Betsy Duncan; primary, Marie Bivens, Betty Mundy, Shirley Voorhees; juniors, Ruth Rothe, Betty Lacy, Jeanneane McNear. Other helpers will be Zelma Tucker, Linda Schmoeller, Le- Ann Eyers and Lonnie Eyers. District Meeting BRIGHTON — Local women attending the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the 21st District American Legion auxiliary past presidents at Benld were Mrs. William Gerdes, Mrs. Ed Polster, Mrs. Walter Ahlemeyer and Mrs. John Ash. Miss Sandra Kahl Showered at Shipinan SHIPMAN — Miss Sandra Kahl was feted at a miscellaneous shower at the Robert Kahl home Monday evening. Mrs. Allen Kahl was assisting hostess. Miss Kahl will be married to Lyle Cottingham at the Lutheran Church on June 15. Games were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ada Piggott, Mrs. A. C. Ketchum and Miss Florence Shultz. Kites for Mrs. Uugun SHIPMAN — Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Dora Dugan, 76, at the Jacoby-Wise Funeral Home in Shipman by the Rev. Paul Hesterberg, pastor of the Lutheran Church in Gillespie. Pallbearers were: Ralph Hurry, Ralph Wheeler, Jefferson Rhoades, Roy Wood, Lewis Loy and Leo Drew. Burial was in Shipman Cemetery. Bible School SHIPMAN - The Bible school at the Methodist Church will be- jin June 10 and continue for two .veeks. Sessions will begin at 1:30 p.m. daily except the first day when a parade will begin at 1 p.m. Mrs. Kenneth Breitwiser is superintendent. Shipinan Notes SHIPMAN — Mrs. Ann Kahl spunl Monday and Tuesday at the Robert Kahl home. She resides ill the Woodlawn Nursing Home in Carlinville. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brown of San Francisco, Calif., have been guests of the William Bunt family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Breitwiser and family spent Sunday in Columbia, Mo., with their daughter, Carol. She has just completed her junior year at University of Missouri and will spend the summer there as a nurse in Columbia hospital. Mrs. Cynthia Fite, 99, mother of H. 0. Fite, is ill at the Weatherford Nursing Home in Carlinville. Mrs. Anna Hardin underwent surgery at Carlinville Area Hospital Monday. IN DELAWARE, Ohio Latest addition to permanent furnishings in the home of the president of Ohio Wesleyan University, Dr. Elden T. Smith, is a a quilt. It was made over a period of years by Mrs. Mary Haverfield Kevan, member of an alumni organization in Southern California and bears ttie names of 87 alumni and others associated with Ohio Wesleyan University. Names on the quilt range back to the class of 1888 and up to the class of 1970.