Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1963 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 6, 1963
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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Fib L I*> iiiiiiiiiniiHiiiH Special Manufacturers Discount Purchase! Normally Priced At 69.95 You Save 22.95 Gala Bronze and Brass Contemporary 7-Pc. Dinette Because we bought by the carload the Famous Maker gave us a special discount price! And what a fabulous bargain it is at only $47. The no-mar laminated plastic top TABLE is 36" wide and ex- fends from 48" to 6.0" long! The 6 CHAIRS have foam cushioned seats and backs covered in two- tone durable plasticl 77 SAL E $ 47 As Low As $5 Month Compare with $17.95 Spreads All-Over QUILTED Floral Full or Twin Size Bedspread Elegant "Charlotte" floral in 100% cotton! In brown, red or blue! Fully washable! Matching Drapes 48"Wx63"L, pr. 4.77 Other Sizes Available Wagon Wheel or Bookcase 8-Piece Bunk Bed Choice 2 Beds (use as bunks or separate beds), Ladder and Guardrail in maple finished Colonial style, 2 Mattresses, 1 Springs! With Trado As low As $8 Month 19" Philco Portable TV with new photo-perfect picture! Briefcase design, lightest, slimmest and easiest to carry! Weighs only 35 Lbs. Aluminized tube! With Trade $112. SA|. E ^gff *• •• With Trade As Low As $10 Monlh 23" Westinghouse Console Television/ sleek and slim! Elegant mahogany-grained finish with new square-cornered picture! See-matic Circuit Center! With Trade $162. in the fabulous price cuts that save you up to 40% on many bargains! in the wide selection of famous name homefurnishings and appliances! in Special Purchases, Manufacturers Discounts and Special Price Offers! in size! All 20 Biedermans Stores join in this Gala Celebration Sale! 18 88 Sleek and roomy to go smartly into any room! Walnut-finished frame! 100% foam seat and back! Proctor Toaster Automatic Pop-up! Dormeyer Hand Corvair Transistor With carry case, earphone I „ „ , . f • , non « & 2 battenesl delivered Dominion Skillet 12" with lid! Electric! non» delivered Mirro 22-Cup Party Perk Aut o m a ti c O 77 Mirro perco- ^ delivered 1 Separate . Foam ] Mattress ( Slimline Bed 72x26x14" ||77 stores in clos- ',| ne et! delivered Proctor Iron Electric steam- 5 and-dry! non» deliverec Drop Leaf Table! 60" all steel folds to 24" , ? on9 . delivered lJi!i!wM ZENITH Zenith Pocket 6-Transistor radio with pure/ clear tone! Includes 2 batteries, earphone and carry- case! "Easy-Grip" tuning control! Zenith quality speaker! Weighs 8% Ozs. SAL E *139 With Trade As Low As $9 Month toper 36" Gas Range has low temperature oven! Clock-timer! Matchless! Oven and burners light automatically! Portable stow-away griddle! With Trade-in $139. . Use Your Charge Card or Open An Account! It's Easy To 'Charge It' At Biedermans! OPEN EVERY NIGHT • FREE 200 MILES DELIVERY! JerseyPlaygrounclProgmm Adds Many New Features JERSEYVILLE — Now features! and activities have been added | to the playground program here- this year, which open June 17; with registration at 1 p.m. A hike rodeo will ho conducted the second week of the playground and is open to both girls and boys. I Thr Bike Institute of America has; leviscd the hike games to help! and .girls become more ex-j icrl cyclists. Features of the ro- leo will be the snail rare, hitting t target while on the run, the Slalom race (a downhill skiing •ace in a winding course) and )thers. Another "first for the summer Carrollton Club Hears Jerry Staten +> CARROLLTON - Jerry Staten of Godfrey, a psycho-theraupist, spoke at a dinner meeting of Carrollton Lions Club Tuesday at the Methodist Church. SI a I en is on the staff at Alton Slate Hospital and also does part time work at the Madison ecreation program is the Day County Mental Health Clinic. He Camp. Each of the playgrounds i lwlcis a bachelor's degree from vill have an opportunity to i-amp: Alton branch of the Southern Hli- nois University and a master's degree from St. Louis University in St. Louis. Plans were made to install officers at a chicken and fish supper to be prepared by a club committee, with L. A. Hardaway and jut for one day in the woods. Day Camp for West Playground will be July 2. (or the Lions Playground July 3. The Day camp will include outdoor cooking and liking, nature lore etc. and staff members will supervise the camp. All parents interested in their Evc f« ™ c ™ as chairmen- The ,. . ,, ...Imeal will be sewed at Robin five, six and seven year old chil- .. , , . , . . - , Hood Country Club June 18 and dim inking swnnrmns l"™«i, te i na ,| t , lim , ra ™ le5 will be am,li ,»,*„•( Ihc Ro.-m.lion Do-] mam . lfl> ,„. Jil( . k R|nck „, Gteen . partment soon. The department will provide pre-school and first graders swimming lessons at 11:30 a.m. at the Lions wading pool. Jean Eads, a Red Cross swimming instructor, will give the instructions. The classes will be kept small and enrollment will be based on first come, first served. The physical fitness and body- nloc ] v O f Carrollton. field, zone chairman. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Joseph E. Clark of Carrollton and Mrs. Hallie Vinyard of White Hall were admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Tuesday as medical patients. Admitted Wednesday as a medical patient was Miss Edith Car- building program classes are now in session at the high school gym but late registrations are still being accepted. This program is designed for high school boys and young male adults. The craft schedule has been completed. Children will be required to pay for materials used on craft projects which will be provided at cost. The schedule is as follows; first week, crayon etching and painting; second week, leather and craft strip; third week, posicle sticks; fourth week, molding plaster and painting and paper craft; fifth week, puppets and leather; sixth week, completion of all projects and place on display for the public at 2 p.m. July 26; seventh week, cork and reed weaving. A city recreation emblem has been designed and for the first time, will be awarded this summer to winners of all inter-playground competitive events. Paul A. McGarvey is Jerseyville recreation director. Dismissed Tuesday were Mi*s Janet Vice, and Truman Shaw Jr. of Carrollton; Miss Sand r a Holwerda of Jerseyville and Clyde Bushnell of Eldred. Dismissed Wednesday were Harvey Cox of Alton; Miss Peggy Ann Tucker and Kenneth Robinson, Kane; Billy Joe Scott of Greenfield and Amos Brown, Carrollton. To Leave on Trip CARROLLTON — Miss Jeanette Meek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meek, will leave Saturday with a group of contest winners for Washington, D.C. Miss Meek, a junior at Carrollton High School, wrote an essny on "Rural Electrics Contribution to My Community" and was winner on the east side of the river in the contest sponsored by the Illinois Rural Electric at Winchester. Blueprints Priced TOKYO — A Japanese firm has received a contract worth $51,001) to blueprint power and irrigation projects in Thailand. QUESTION: WHY SAVE FOR LESS THAN THE AREA'S BIGGEST DIVIDEND compounded quarterly at Piasa Save by mail where your money earns more money more often Piasa pays the biggest dividend in the area-pays a dividend more often. Why settle for less than the biggest return on your savings? Start an account at Piasa. Remember, savings in by the 20th of the month earn from the 1st. Start saving by mail today-Piasa pays the postage both ways. Write Piasa First Federal, State & Wall Sts. in Alton, Illinois. For time and temperature, dial 465-4431. PIASA FIRST FEDERAL inn SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ACHunls Iniuild la f lO.noo br f oMnl Sl!in(l & Loan lniunnc« CollMlttian 4| Dividends p»ld for over 75 consocutlvi yiarst

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