Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 12, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 12, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, fttfifc' ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Accidental BulVs*Eye Tossed Seashell Hits Boy Between Eyes-3 Stitches An Alton boy Idly pitched a seashell twer his shoulder Tuesday and!scored an accidental bull's- eye.'- '-.'•.;. The object struck Ms toother, Dan JPbe, 5V4, son of Mf. and Mrs. William Poe, 363& Western Ave., between the eyes. Three stitches were taken at Alton Memorial Hospital to dk«e the wound. The shell 1 arched 20 feet before It hit the.youngster. In other area accidents Charles Bridgeman, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bridgeman, Rte. 1, How To Hold FALSETEETH More Firmly In Place Do your false t«6th tnnoyand «m- bftiTBSs by slipping, dropping or wobbling when you «nt, laugh or talk? Just iprlnkle a little FASTEETH on your plates.Thta alkaline (non-acid) powder holds false teo(b more firmly and more comfortably. No gummy, gooey, p»8tytnsto or feeling. Does not •our. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH today at 4ruir counters everywhere. Godfrey, had a needle break off in his left foot just behind his big toe after stepping on it while barefoot. The youngster was admitted to St. Joseph Hospital. Patricia Langen, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Langen, 1207 McPherson Ave< Alton had five stiches taken in her left leg after being cut by flying glass from a soda bottle dropped oh the floor. Cynthia Colman, 3%, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Colman 17 Walter St., Godfey was teat- ed for a bump to he head afte running into a teeter-totter in the yard. ROME—A Vatican Cardinal has written a new Latin dictionary containing 12,000 modern expressions Including absurda symphon- ia as the translation for jazz. PARIS — France plans to produce auto paint in Morocco. WE'VE MOVE! NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN OUR NEW LOCATION 1633 WASHINGTON AVE. (Washigton Square Shopping Center) • UPPER ALTON Thurs., Fri., Sat. - June 13-14-15 15 Prizes Just Come In and Register, No Purchase Necessary 1st Prize — Ladies' $69.50 Elgin Diamond Watch 2nd Prize — Men's $59,50 Lord Elgin Watch PLUS - 13 OTHER PRIZES Everyone Welcomed to Register IRVIN H. MANEKE JEWELER 1633 WASHINGTON AVE. (Washington Square Shopping Center) UPPER ALTON positively crackles with masculinity! That BACK HOME AFTER WET TRIP OUT The Manuel Smith family is back on Chessen Lane after being evacuated when flood water threatened their home following the rainstorm that hit the area Monday night. Mrs. Smith and her daughter Sharon, left, stand in the doorway, and on the steps are Barbara, David, Carolyn and Billie Edwardsville Considers Hospital-Nursing Home EDWARDSVILLE — Edwardsville community hospital association board Tuesday discussed the possibility of a combined convalescent nursing home and acute aed hospital for Edwardsville, similar in nature to St. Anthony's Hospital at Alton. The group agreed to investigate state requirements for such an institution in order to determine whether the possibility exists here to qualify, under the Hill-Burton law for financial assistance in its establishment. The board also heard a detailed Merry Maids Club Meets at Moro Home MORO—The Merry Maids 4-H girls met at the home of Linda Cooper on Friday evening. Talks were given by Jean Ukrsey on "Care of Clothes" and by Kathy Hendricks on "Materials for Candles." Peanut butter drop cookies were demonstrated by Linda Cooper. Nancy Cooper demonstrated creamed eggs, and Jane Hans showed a lazy-daisy cake. Carla Ursprung and Charlene DeWerff presented a musical skit. It was announced that a sewing clinic will be held at the Orville Cooper home on Wednesday, June 19, beginning at 1:30 p.m. The next meeting will be at the Carlan Hans home on Friday evening, Tune 21, at 8 p.m. presentation of a St. Louis architectural firm on design, total costs and fees. A number of such hospital designers and architects have been requested to make presentations to the board in recent months. Dr. A. S. Holtz, a Clayton radiologist, who has indicated an interest in moving to Edwardsville, was a guest at the board meeting. There was no discussion of the recent announcement of St. Mary's Hospital of East St. Louis that they wish to establish a "satellite" hospital in the Collins ville-Caseyville area. 'THAT MAN'COLOGNE in plastic squeeie bottle 4.00 THAT MAN' GIFT SET Cologne and AFTER SHAVE 6.50 Man by REVLOH That Man' Gentleman's Soap He-man slz», shaped to fit the hand, and sculptured for • non-slip grip. Boxed set of two bars, 5.00* That Man 1 In dlsHncttvt crystal-clear pinch bottles After Shav» 2.80» Pre-Electrlc Shave ....2.50* Talc 2.00 •PriOM plUI 111 Newl That Man' cologne In an aerosol spray Black pinch bottle ....5.00* THRIFTY DRUG STORES Alton Area's Largest Selection Toiletries and Cosmetics Thefts Reported to East Alton Police EAST ALTON—A burglary and theft were reported Tuesday by East Alton police. Approximately $50 was taken out of a piggy bank from the home of James Laughlin, 149 Haller Ave., sometime between 8:50 a.m. and 5:45 p.m. by burglar who forced open the screen door and reached through a vent in the front door to gain entrance. Shirley Kania, 605 Wood River Ave., East Alton, told police tha her purse was taken Tuesday afternoon from her car whicl was parked at the East Alton playgrounds. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dailj Father's Day —Sunday, June 16 VAN HEUSEN' 65% Dacron* 35% Fine Cotton «* the perfect blend approved by DuPont! Vangard Batiste Vacation School Under Way at Midway Church MORO — The daily vacation shurch school of St. John's United Church of Christ at Midway opened on Monday, with an en- ollment of 62. The school will be n session week days through fune 21. Classes are from 9 until 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Wilhelm Schmitt is director, assisted by Mrs. Richard WcGaughey. Teachers are Mrs. Orville McCalla, and Mrs. Paul Lowenstein, kindergarten; Mrs. Delmar Tick, Mrs. Don Dorsey, Mrs. John Schultz, and Mrs. 'red Poole, primary; Mrs. Raymond Helmkamp, juniors; Mrs. Becker, junior high. Mrs. Eileen Kruse is in charge of the music, with Miss Hildearde Kanning and Mrs. Vernon Cooper serving as organists. Assisting the teachers are VIrs. Robert Werden, Mrs. Elroy Brunworth, Misses Marcia Henke, Karen Poole, Carolyn ,owenstein and Brenda Hadley. Mrs. Donald Stahlhut will serve as substitute and Mrs. George Kohlmiller will work with the nursery group. Counselor at Camp MORO—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hancock spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hancock. They left Sunday for Teton Valley Ranch, Kelly, Wyo., where Harold has served as a counselor for the past four summers.. His wife will be in charge of the curio shop. The amp is for boys the first five weeks and girls the second five weeks. Ages are from 11 to 17. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hancock attended the graduation pro- ram Friday at Normal Illinois University where their daughter- in-law, Mrs. Janet (Harold) Hancock was graduating. She will serve on the teaching staff at North Aurora Elementary School and her- husband will teach English and speech at West Aurora Senior High School. He will also be the dramatic coach. Oreen-Robson Reunion MORO — The annual Green Robson family reunion will be held at the Moro School Sunday, June 16. A basket dinner will be served at 12:30 p.m. Dr. Leo Green is head of the committee in charge of arrangements. Leaves Hospital MORO — Walter Blind has returned to his home here after being a patient in the Wood River Township Hospital the past week. 8,240 Get Surplus Food In County Federal surplus commodities were distributed to 8,240 persons in Madison County during May, Harold O. Swank, executive sec retary of the Illinois Public Aid Commission, reported today. The food was distributed to those made needy through unemployment or other causes and to recipients of the five public assistance programs, as follows: Aid to Dependent Children, 4,035; Blind Assistance, 31; Dis ability Assistance, 217; Old Age Assistance, 522; General Assistance, 1,168; and"*'surplus commodities only, 2,267. Other counties in the Telegraph area receiving commodities were: Greene—a total of 310 persons, all ADC; Jersey—151, all ADC; and Macoupin — 2,423 (total); ADC, 427; Blind, 15; Disability, 46; Old Age, 234; General Assistance, 197; and surplus commodities only, 1,504. J & A Springman HAS ALL KINDS OF HARDWOOD PANELING Godfrey, 111. Ph. 4SS-J43I ONE WEEK ONLY! FURNACE CLEANING on Furnace Care Plan. CL 4-9450 FURNACE CARE CO. FAMOUS GUILD-CRAFTED "CAVALIER" SLIP-ONS Mail and phone order* „ promptly filled. HO 5-8818 BOND'S Premium upper leathers featured in shoes as high as $12.95. Other parts man-made. Black or brown. Sizes 6%-12. Sin Block dig. Ac*. #_ I Ami. Incl. $_ C.O.D I Ord»r "Covolttn" by Man Bonds, 117 VV. 3rd, Alton, HI. Nam*. Addr***. City..... ..Zon« State- Free Delivery on orders within dellrerr ire*. Outside dellrery tm tdd Bt» (or handling. C.O.D. orders please add 50c. Add 3% tales Ux. OPEN MONDAY-FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. 1 Hour Free Parking at Park '11 Shop Lots 1, 2 with Purchase of $3 or IHore It's a fact. The perfect blend approved by DuPont is 65% Dacron and 35% fine combed cotton and the Vangard Batiste has it. It's the perfect blend because it makes the perfect wash and wear shirt... one that'll never need ironing! Perfect, too-the dual collar (open it's a sport shirt or, when worn closed with a tie, a dress shirt.) Even the $ /TOO price is perfect, . 1 Alton Plaza and Wilshire Village Open Fri. Till 9 •D«ron fa DuPont'i ntgiiitnd Troitmark for Iti folyttbr Mtir I STANDARD HOME FURNISHERS Consider this revolutionary idea for Father's Day, Sunday, June 16 down with father! Sit him down, slow him down, calm him down, with a throne of his own! IS YOUR DAD ON HIS FEET OR ON HIS OWN MOST OF,THE TIME? Fathers who spend their business hours mostly upright, a downright comfortable chair can out- calm and out tranquilize just about anything. When we mention a lounge chair for Father we hope to suggest that you can keep Dad's pulse down and his spirit up by giving him a throne of his own. With one of these relaxing chairs under his belt, Father will go farther faster by taking things slower. Chairwise, Fathers own up to two favorite ways of goofing off — rocking and stretching. We cater to both — A rocker will permit Pop to cruise in two directions at the same time — hither and thither (or yon, in neutral gear). THIS FATHER'S DAY PUT FATHER IN HIS PLACE. If you can't give him a sports car, give him a sporrs chair. Yes, we can deliver any chair you choose m time for FATHER'S DAY — Sunday, June 16th. $5,00 DOWN-55.00 MONTH There are plenty ol Free Parking Spaces in the rear ol our store. HOME FURNISHERS 500 E. Broadway Phone HO 5-4205

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