Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 7, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 7, 1963
Page 9
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FRH>AY, JUNE 7, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE UP AND OVER! This photo by Donald H. Huebener, Alton High School junior, has received second place in the Illinois Press Pho, tographer Assn.'s "High School Photographer of the Year" contest. It shows Richard Swift of Alton High clearing a high jump. 'Huebener, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Huebener, 2311 Birch St., is photographic editor of the Tatler, the high school yearbook. SINGAPORE — A US based firm has become the first foreigner to join in Singapore's new industrialization building program. DISCOUNT! Ladies' and Missos' 4.95 to 9.95 FLATS Famous Labels $ 1.99 ; Other* $1.0(1 to $2.99 All Sizes and Colors in Lot WESTERN SHOE STORES : 804-06 E. Broadway BureauExceedsQuota In Greene County CARROLLLTON — With a total of 56 new members and a goal of only 55 new members the Greene County Farm Bureau membership quota has been lopped this year, according to an announcement made Thursday by Kenneth Harms, secretary of organization of the Greene County Faiom Bureau. To Judge Contest CARROLLTON — Dale Millis of Jacksonville, assistant farm adviser in Morgan County, will Rent Electric Carpet Shampooer FOR ONLY $1 Now/you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet. Shampooer for'only $1 per day with purchase of~famous Blue Lustre Shampoo. Save big with this easy to use "do it yourself" equipment. You'll be amn/ed with the new look of your carpeting. Available at THRIFTY DRUG STORES bo the judge for the Greene Coun ty Agricultural 4-H Club judging contest Juncl2, instead of Guy 0. Petty of Carollton, as was orig inallly stated. Other committ- ments prevented Petty from acting as judge this year. Extension Council CARROLLTON — Fred Holhubner from the University of Illinois, who is also the assistant state leader of farm advisers in Illinois, will meet with the Agricultural Extension Council June 11 at 8 p.m. inn the Farm Bureau building. To Atttend Wedding: CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Neil Carrico will go to Franklin Sunday where they will attend the wedding of Miss Nellie Wilburn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, George O'Dell Wilburn of Franklin and Lyndell Rochester, son 01 Mr. and Mrs. John Rochester 01 White Hall. Following their marriage the couple will make their home in Waverly. Miss Wilburn is credit manager at Klines in Jacksonville and Rochester, who is the vice president of the Carrollton Community chorus, is a teacher in the Northwestern High School. TEHRAN— When finished Iran 1 ? new glass factory will have an an- ual capacity of 2 million square inches of regular pane. Muscular Missionary Even Fills Own Teeth By GEORGE FBAJKOB DAVIS INLET, Labrador (AP) —A priest called on a dentist in oose Bay last year and asked to have some fillings checked. 'Remarkably good," said the dentist. "Who filled your teeth?" 'I did myself," the priest replied. The Rev. Francis C. Peters is no trained dentist, but he has learned elementary dentistry the lard way, just as he has learned elementary medicine, boxing, car- jentry, mechanics, meteorology, engineering, plumbing and barbering. The challenging life at Davis Inlet, where he has been the Roman Catholic missionary to a band of Nascopie Indians for seven years, has taught him to be tough. He found out soon after his. ar rival at this isolated post 180 miles north of Goose Bay that the sand's strong men were its leaders. Often they were bullies, but n the band only strength was re spected. Father Peters is lean and rangy, weighing only 160 pounds despite his six feet, but there isn't a man in the band who can beat him. He has brought Christianity, and enforced justice via the fist. On one expedition in the interests of seeing justice done, he flattened a parishioner with twc solid punches but broke a finger. He went home, set the finger and splinted it, took a few aspirins to ease the pain, and got back to work building his church-school- presbytery-parish hall and installing a furnace he made from two oil drums. When he was interviewed a while back, Father Peters was tenderly nursing a frozen jaw. He had just returned from a 40-mile supply trek by motorized toboggan, pushing directly into a 30- mile-an-hour wind with the tern perature 40 below. or- Father Peters was 30 and a top philosophy student when his der plucked him from his native Holland and sent him to Labrador. He knew neither English nor Indian dialects. Today he is proud most of three things: the infant mortality rate is down from 80 per cent to 5; here isn't an illiterate Indian in the band, and no one lives on re lief, as many did before. Pure charity is killing," he says. "Nothing is worse for the spirit than to be dependent. These people will be integrated into the white man's civilization in two or three generations. When they come in, I want them to come in as a proud people who stand on their own feet and have nothing to be ashamed of Carrollton Man Gets Medical Degree Today CARROLLTON — Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Wilson left Thursday for Chicago to attend the graduation of their son, Eric, from University of Illinois School of Medicine today. July 1 Dr. Eric Wilson will be- gin his internship at Milwaukee County Hospital in Milwaukee where his brother, Dr. Stuart Dick Wilson, is beginning his third year of residency in surgery. While a student Dr. Eric Wilson had part time employment in St. Ann's Hospital in Chicago. Dr. A. D. Wilson of this city and both of his sons, Dr. Stuart Dick Wilson and Dr. Eric Wilson, are graduates of the University of Illinois lowing College ol Dr. A. D. Medicine. Fol- Wilson's grad- REMODELING? Coll HO 2-4362 Birch or Formica KITCHEN CABINETS VANITORIES WARDROBES Alton Fixture & Equipment Go. 2714 E. Broadway—Alton nation he interned in the City Hospital in St. Louis befcfe coming to Carrollton in September of 1932 to practice here. Dr. Stuart Dick Wilson interned at the Illinois Research and Education Hospital in Chicago before goins; to Milwaukee. In addition to his residency in surgery in Wihvaukee Dr. Stuart Dick Wilson has been awarded a clinical fellowship with the American Cancer Society for Cancer Research in which he has been in- terested for some time and has been doing special work in cancer research in addition to his surgical specialty training. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" CORNS To quickly relieve and remove* them. u!*e the special size Dr. Scholl'« 7-ino-pads for corns between toes. At Drug, Dept., 5-10* Stores. Between Toes? D-Scholls lino pads Rosewood Pet Hospital Dr. Ray Mathews, D.V.M. OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT. 10:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.— 4:30 p.m. Daily except Sunday and no afternoon hours on Friday. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT. Call: 259-6012 Prcrclice limited lo small animals Carrollton Girl Scouts, Broivnies In Day Camp CARROLLTON— Carrollton Girl Scouts and Brownies are in day camp at Robin Hood Country Club this week. The camp is under supervision of troop leaders. The Girl Scouts remained over night Thursday night and leaders who camped with them were Mrs. Allen Field and Mrs. Tony Hansen of Carrollton and Mrs. Donald Crest and Mrs. Doris Devening of Eldred. ana Factory Sale SAVE SATURDAY LAST DAY! AND HOME i FREEZERS FREEZER-pIos-REFRIGERHTOR ROOM AIR CONDITIONER PORTABLE DEHUMIDIFIER For the first time, factory special prices.. .savings possible only through the cooperation of Aniana.. .only 1 day left . will not he extended ... no sales to dealers. Your chaiKM! to get Aniana quality, Annum value, A maun features, Aniana performance at these low, low prices! SALE 00: Deepfreezer Home Freezer— Miule Only By Amana Holds 385 pounds of frozen food • High density insulation Is Only hand-fitted 1 Day Left • 100% freezing wall surface T-110 wraps food In constant cold SALE AMANA QUALITY FREEZERS! 6 MODELS TO Cr >«.«4 MODEL FPR-BS 347 WITH TRADE- IN ONLY ONE DAY LEFT OOSE FROM, and it's every inch an /MODUS' I "° M I I 12.9% | I TO I 1 22.6 fcj i Free I o- J Frost \ Model, AMANA FREEZER-plUI-REFRIGERATOR • Freww holds 182-lb». of frozen food • VntaM op to 2^ tiiuM fwtor thro ordinary method* • Automatic defrosting in refrigerator section Free Parking at Both Stores NOT A STRIPPED-DOWN MODEL, ** NOT A SPECIAL...BUT A GENUINE AMANA.,. FROM AMANA'S COMPLETE FREEZER LINE! Both Stores Open Tonite 'Til 9 P.M. jf | ^7V 9 *•• *»"«*^ *•* ^^^wmm ^ w-w w -ww — — — -- — — •" ALTON HOME IMPROVEMENT 121. FERGUSON—WOOD RIVER DIAL 254.0601 652 E. BROADWAY—ALTON, ILL DIAL HO 2-9246 DON'T FORGET! TAKE YOUR TELEGRAPH ALONG ON THIS YEAR'S VACATION TRIP! ARRANGE FOR A VACATION SUBSCRIPTION IV TO THE ~ ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH %L AT REDUCED RATES! y CLIP COUPON BELOW It will follow you anywhere to keep you "in the know" while you're on the go! Reduced Rates Through Sept. 15 Only! • 1 week . . . 50c 3 weeks .... $1.50 2 weeks .... $1.00 4 weeks .... $2,00 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••j Please send the Alton Evening Telegraph while I am on vacation. U. S. and Possessions. Vacation Subscription Rates Bood through Sept. 15 only. Rates apply to United States and possessions. Starting Date Last Copy To Be Mailed My Name (please print) Vacation Address City State I have enclosed for week's subscription (amount) (number) Mail to: Alton Evening Telegraph, e/o Vacation Alton, III.

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