Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 12, 1963 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 12, 1963
Page 22
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-THREE IN ALL OF OUR 23 BUSINESS FIRMS! RENNETS' ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Eastqate Plaia, Across from Lewis and Clark Motel and Restaurant MAKE CASUAL LIVING YOUR GIFT FOR DAD JUNE 16TH COOL WALKING SHORTS IN NEW PLAIDS: BATIKS! TOWNCRAFT SPORT SHIRTS FOR DAD 3 98 2 98 small, med., large Smart University-Grads in 100% combed woven Dansport plaids and checks . . . new batiks in the season's most popular patterns! A fabulous selection to choose from ... all at the one Penney - low price! Pick Galey & Lord plaids, summershade combed > cotton, feature 2 matched pockets, or embroidered '" solids of crisp Dacron polyester 'n cotton blend. ^ Neat embroidered emblem on pocket. All are wash < 'n wear. TROPICAL SLACKS FOR DAD! 6 95 Breeze-cool Dacron polyester 'n rayon in pleated or plain front models. All wash 'n wear, need touch-up ironing at most. Charcoal, brown, grey, blue, black, olive. Sizes 29 to 42. 24" BRAZIER GRILL steel bowl! chromed grid! steel legs! Easy-rolling wheels! 5 98 5-PIECE 6-FOOT REDWOOD PATIO SET! 29 98 > Let's face it! At this price, there's going to be a lot '* of action... so don't miss out! This is the grill that's / invisible when you don't need it... becomes a port- k able restaurant when the crowd shows up! Costs & just a bit more than a thick sirloin steak ... get \ yours now! full 36" wide Extra large genuine California redwood . . . stained and sealed . . . two 6-foot benches, two end benches plus 6-foot table! Seats 8 comfortably! Reinforced leg construction! Rust resistant hardware! Charge it! 24" DELUXE FOLDING BRAZIER GRILL ,• extra heavy grid with charcoal feeder door! • 5" rubber wheels • strong beaded fire bowl! Fingertip grid lift . . . bottom utility tray. rubber-tired chrome-plated wheels! 2-SPEED COMPACT IS "ROOM SIZE" 169 95 NO MONEY DOWN 8.70 A MONTH 10-position temperature control lets you keep it as cool as you want. Cool, filtered air all day and night. 6100 BTU; 115 volts; 7.5 amps. "COMMODORE" DELUXE HI-BACK ROCKER 16 98 Heavy gauge aluminum! Close-webbed Firestone Velon 17 straps, 2%" wide. Smooth rocking with flat aluminum runners. White, reinforced arm rests. Yellow and white and turquoise and white. BIG PERFORMANCE! 19" PORTABLE TV No Money Down— I /\ i 1 7.50 a Month J- *? J Precision-styled controls, big set performance , . . all for a low Penney price! 16,000 volts of big picture power. Front speaker, front controls. Fabric- grained vinyl covering of white, grey, aqua or black. It's Gift Wrapped Father's Gift from Darold's Choose horn: • Arrow • Lancer of Calif. • Jantzen • Interwoven • Hickok • Faultless P.J. • Puritan Spts. • Champ Hats • H.I.S. Sportswear • Shields Jev/elry • Alligator • House of Yorka • Master Bilt Slax • Damon ,11 Open 10 a.m. Daily to 9 p.m. fa "^T^ Headquarters for Father's Day X)AROL/I>S MENlSSHOP Honor Roll Announced At Roxana ROXANA — The honor roll for the fourth rjiifirter at the Roxana Hich School is as follows: High honor, seniors, Janet Dycus, Craic Johler, Marilyn McGill, Nancy Rohey, Donna Robinette. Juniors. Sherilyn Arnold, Janice Ashhaker. Carol C1 o d- feltor, Sheri Harrison, Susan Jours. Ann Robinson. Don Ro: Herts. Stevp Smith. Shirley Sticht, jMarsaret Walker, Terry Waltrip, | Sandra Wiseman. Sophomores. Vicki Arnold. Mar- .j o r i e Blessine. S a 1 I i e Jones, I Charles Kopp. Janet Lindley, Doriothy Sibley, Patricia Stimac, Ro- Ibert Steele, Linda W;u?ker and Mary Wilkey. Those making "A" in all subjects were Janet Dyrus. Nancy Robey. Susan Jones, Margaret Walker, Terry Waltrip, S a 11 i e Jones. Dorothy Sibley, Patricia Stimac and Linda Wacker. Second honor roll, seniors, Judy Barnard. Donna Bockholdt. Mar- jgaret Dalhaus. Deanna Davis ' Shot-ell DeBoard, Sam Fleming, •Gary Kloyd. Kenneth Floyd, Jim Frax.ier. D o r o t h y Goss, Lar- |ry Hand. June Huck. Greg Hutch- iiiKoii. Charles Jurjevieh, Keith King. Carol Leady, Dexine McGill. Janice Nichols, Julie Neibur, Joiinn Platter. Steve Pritchard, Bruce Scott. Ronnie Smitli, Shirley Snyder, Peggie Sparks, D o r o t h y Starkey. Janet Steinbrook. Janet Sticht, Donna Vinyard. Barbara Wheeler. Jeanne Wilson, Margaret Wilson. Bonnie Woodard and JoAnn Yates. Juniors, Sharon Belt, John Bor- chors, Robert Burgess, Tom Durham, Jeanelte Hellrung, Robert Helmkamp, Beverly Isted, P a 11 Kokorudz, Donna Lacy, Karen Losch, Rick Manring, Marilyn Marshall, Pam Merkus, Rose Militello, Lester McCament, Judy McEuen, Mary Palek, Janis Peach, Rosemary Perkins, Brenda Ratliff, Risa Rliea, Alan Schoppet, Donna Smith, D e n i s e Spiller, Anita Steele, Sandra Steele, Deanna Wilkey, Sandra Williams, Teresa Williams, William Willis, Carolyn Workman. Sophomores, Kathy Aldredge, Lana Anderson, Ramona Beasley, Cynthia Boyer, Rodney Burton, Cynthia Catt, Gary Collins, Joyce Deissinger, Janice Fearno, Rita Gray, Larry Grober, Janet Grop- ple, Alice Hanold, Shirley Hester, Virginia Highlander, Roberta Hovey, Becky Huck, Mike Johnson. Kathy Kenk, Euel King. Linda Lawson, Luana Long, Anita Mc- Laiti. Larry McMichael, Robert Mc- INabney, Greg Meadors, Patricia IMudd, Linda Nowaski, Ronald Potter, Russell Ray burn, Linda Rutherford, Jackie Schmidt, Lavon Simmons, Kathie Simpson, Maxene Slack, Elaine Slaughter, Sheila Speer, Mary Thallman, Judy Uhles, Karen Van Meter, Jim Veils, Randy Voyles, Linda Watson, Garyl Whalen, Don Witherow and Thelma Zeller. Hull House Being Razed For Campus CHICAGO (AP)—Part of Hull House, the world famous settlement, is now a heap of rubble. And most of the rest of it soon will be. Wreckers' cranes began Tuesday razing the first of 13 buildings that made up the settlement, founded by Jane Addams in 1889. The original building in which the settlement was founded, the Hull family mansion, will be preserved. The structure dates from i1856. The other buildings are being torn down to make way for a now four-year campus of the University of Illinois. Construction of the $50 million campus was started last month. The settlement was in the heart of the Harrison-Halsted area, a neighborhood condemned by the Chicago Urban Renewal Depart- Miienl in 19til to make room for i the U of 1's Congress Circle I campus. i The Hull House Association will j continue with its program in other parts of the city. Presbyterian Women To Meet at Roxana ROXANA — The circles of the United Presbyterian Women of First Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday. The afternoon circle will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Juanite Wie- yand, <107 Maple Ave., with Mrs. Floyd Rudcliffo as leader and the evening circle will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the church with Mrs. Dorothy Williams as leader. Visiting /ruin Indiiin ROXANA — Franklin DeWest- er of Indianpolis, Ind., formerly of Roxana, is visiting Evan Gannon o( E, Fifth Street. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd L. De- We.sttT .Si 1 ., arc expected to arrive in the area Thursday to visit friends. 17 Eastyate Piaia Ecwt Alton, lllinow In me Virgin Islands the year- round temperature averages 78 degrees, with only bix degrees variance between winter and summer.

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