Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 Cancer Society Names Officers in Calhoun HAHIMN — Mrs .Terry Cnrlirtt wns ro-rl<x-1r>rt rhnirmnn of CM- hoiln County Chnptn. Ampricnn Cnnrcr Society, at thn chapter's service chairman: Mr 1 ?. Penny McDonald, rrusartr chairman: Mrs. TO. C. Baker, publicity: and Mrs. Henrv Shaw, mnmorials. Rotarv Club »/ Convention Concluded Wheat Marketing Cards Are Mailed 3 Jerseyans 4^ Hurt in Falls JERSEYVTLLE — Judith: meeting last week at the home of Mrs Corbet t. Other officers nani'd were: Dr. Henry Popielrwski, vice chairman; Mrs. William Surgeon, secretary; and Jim Mirlke. treasurer. Ms. Al Hot/or will c:ontiiinr to j Miller serve as piihlic education chair p^ j^ man; Mrs. Sam Miller. R.N.. as The professional delegate is IV. Popielewski and the lay dele- pale. Mrs. Corhett. Professional members are Dr. Duane Hiigen. Dr. R. R. Hardosty. Dr. Sam and Mrs. William Carnes. M. Lee Ropers, office manager of Ihe Madison County ASCS. said [he 10(i.'i wheat marketing cards j were being mailed to eligible iKraushaar, M, of .Tprscyvillc was I farmers today. Rogers advised |admitted as a patient at Jersey which tnat if nn . v eligible farmer does j Community Hospital at 8:25 p.m. not receive his card within a i Tuesday, following a mishap at ,, ,, ,-,,_,.,. reasonable length of time, heiMae's Go-Cart in Jersevvillo. She all over the world, closed this |ShollId notify thc Ascs offjce . (( morning in St. Louis with ad-1110 N. Main, Edwardsville. dresses by Rotary International's) EJ^CaDitnn'oi~ih""T r "~s" and incoming presidenlsjpiains - has a sheer cliff rising Krwin D. Canham. editor o'J8.078 feot. The Rotary convention, brought together delegates from The Macoupin County Farm Bureau will hold a MEMBERSHIP DRIVE in Macoupin County Tuesday, June 18th through Thursday, June 20th If pays to belongl -ny members are as follows: (Miss Olive Navarre. Brussels; JMrs. T. F. Richardson. Kampsvillr: Mrs. Curtis Kraut and Mrs. Pearl HockcmoyiT of Harrlin: Mrs. Marge Kayn. Kampsville; jMrs. Viola Navarre. Brussels; Mrs. Lucille Kress. Batehlown. Mrs. Irma Hays, field represen- Springfield, and Mrs.i Slay, Alton, attended the, meeting. Mrs. Hays praised thej jwork of Mrs. Corbet! in building itlie county organization, and in (bringing in representatives i'rom all areas of (he county. Mrs. Hays also commended the jwork of Mrs. Ret/er in the pub- hie education program, and Mrs. I McDonald, crusade chairman. Cal- jhoun County was first in District 'IV to exceed its "fair share." A tative, [George and the Christian Science Monitor. Nitish C. Laharry. of Calcutta, India, the retiring president, expressed his appreciation to Rotai-- ans for making his year as president one of growth and progress fur Rotary. "The spirit of friendliness and service." he said in a valedictory address, "is an ever-growing tac j I tor in the Rotary world, and the! more each one of von can con- of Rotary International for 19G3-6-1. Miller pointed out how improved communications and transportation have shrunk the world. "Mankind is awakening." he said. "Rotary can guide these gigantic forces into constructive tribute to tor it will ganizaiton. large." its expansion, thc bet>e. not only for our or- but for the world at: achievements for a better world. "Rotary has been preparing, and our destiny now is to pursue strenuously thc desire and detenu ination for ran her cart into a fence and sustained a fracture of the left wrist. Frankis Rivera of Grafton fell j off a motor scooter at Pore Mar-| quctte Tuesday evening and suffered an abrasion of Ihe left side jof the face, forehead, shoulder 1 and arm. He was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 6 p.m. and was treated and re-; Phyllis llowland. 1(>, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Holland of Hamburg, was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital Monday evening for treatment of an ankle injury. The injury was BIEDERMANS SALE! Only $218 With Trade As Low As $13 Month peace among the peo- jplos of thc world in spile of dif-l but wns incurred in a fall last Wednesday nol thought to be of a Terences of government, of C uo-! scri ° us "«ti"'f 1 . nomics. or race and religion," Laharry then introduced Carl Puller , hcn ou , |jne(1 ,„ MUler. of Los Angees Calif, executive director of the Pacific Coast edition of the Wall St. Journal and incoming president detailed report was given by treasurer Jim Mielke. the coming Rotary year. It involves matching up the 272 districts of the Rotary world into teams or pairs "so that they will have thc experience of understanding each other. len her ankle I, c j continued to pain her Miss How- jland was brought to Ihe hospital where examination revealed sh:> had a fracture of thc ankle. She was treated and released. ;ram Yerba mate, used to make a tea-like drink in South America, is an export of Paraguay. ^fc. Sale! FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 14 & 15 Check the Sidewalk Sale Bargains in Bethalto This Weekend! Hundreds of reduced-price specials of all kinds! Save now as never before! Come see the folks here in Bethalto . . . This sale is sponsored by these Bethalto Chamber of Commerce Members . . . Assembly of God Church, Ilev. Roht. Hembrec 506 Country Squire Auftustines (Iroopry 220 North Prairie Battles Insurance Aifency 472 South Prairie BetliaJlo Builders Supply 220 Bethallo Blvd. Bethalto Bowline Lanes 524 South Prairfe Bethalto Cleaners 118 South Prairie Bethalto Hardware & Paint 104 East Central Betha'to Community Unit No. 8 Second Street Bethalto IOA Mn.rkot 12<i South Prairie Bethnlto F.umber Company (Carl Cain) 403 South Prairie Bethn'tn T.nmbor Company (Bill Cain) 40.1 South Prairie Bethnlt'i .Methodist Churrh, Rev. Leo Copeland 240 East Sherman Betlmltn Water & Sewer System (E. PlPRRtO 203 Oak Bethalto Xational Ra.nU Central & Mill Beth-Mor Laundromat Roule 140 Alt-Wood Fuel Old St. Louis Road, Wood River Cliiussoii Insurance Aireiicy Hiphway 140-fllfl Bethailo Blvd. Community Plumbing and Heating 125 Central Dari-Custle 103 Bethalto Blvd. Cliff's Service Station 102 Belhallo Blvd. De.Pew's Variety Store 130 West Central Kopp-Kvans Builders P.O. Box 12ft, Bethallo Illinois Power Company Ifi East Lorciui. Wood River Illinois Hell Telephone 401 Market St., Alton Heereli's (iroc-cry 223 South Prairie Bethalto Texaco Service Station 42(i Prairie Kavcnclli liarher Shop (Jim) •i'i'L Suulh Prairie Bethalto Insurance Agency Inc. (Miill-Shoary-JIull) 111 Mill Street Kehr TV & Appliance 122 South Pruirie Klein's Gift Shop 128 West Central AlcC.aiiirhey IScal Kstate MlRhwav 140 Stotler's Keady to Wcsar 132 West'Central Neiiliaus Hardware 228 South Prairie Neumann BuildiiiR Contractor (Walter) 119 West Msiin Our Lady Queen of Peace, Rev.'Thomas ManninR 620 North Prairie Paul's Barber Shop (Gross) 111 South Prairie Prehn Heal Estate 409 North Prairie Ricei Rexall Drus; 124 South Prairie Kuehriii) Garage 507 North Prairie Schmidt Brick Contractor (Chris) 319 Park Drive Trio Cafe (Lela Rushing) 13« West Central Trimpc, Walbur T. (County Supt. of Schools) 127 Mill Virgin Insurance Agency 112 South Prairie Vic's Tavern 109 South Prairie /ion Lutheran Church, Key. Duane Brunei 825 Church Western Auto Assoc. Store 200 West Central Bcth-Troiiics (Heil & Taynor) 11« Bethalto Drive Beth y/ephyr Service Station Highway 140 Shctlview Service Station 504 Hethalto Blvd. Ruckinan's (Jroc'ery 110 South Prairie Alecne's Salon 119 .Sherman Vaughn Construction 52(1 Courtesy I.ane Bethalto Speed-Wash 114 South Prairie JUST AS EASY AS IT LOOKS ON TV! ALL PAINT No mixing or stirring— doesn't drip or splatter like ordinary paints! REG. 7.45 HARDWARE Bethalto's DuPont Dealer Sidewalk Sale SPECIALS! MILLINERY 20% OFF! SWIM SUITS 10% OFF! ALL SUMMER JEWELRY 10% OFF! Shop at STOTLER'S Ladies' Ready-To-Weai 131 CENTRAL Real Bargains During Our Sidewalk Sale! ii I'Ol'M) ASPHALT FELT K ».. , 2i7 5 Only ASPHALT SHINGLES 1 *6,75 Scjuari'. Ixl',' WIHTK IMNK BOARDS Siiiuiilh I Sides f I A J'cr Font I I V HrM Quullly Muhouuny I I.I Sll DOOKS $5.U5 BETHALTO LUMBER COMPANY 'The Friendly Yard" 403 S. ITatrie DU i-tmi SEE OUR 1.00 TABLE ON THE SIDEWALK FRIDAY & SATURDAY I nines to $5.00 at RICCI DRUG TV RADIO Sales & Service Prompt Service on • Radio • Stereo • Auto Radio • Television • Record Players Beth-Tronics Owners: C. L, TAYLOR C. C. HEIL PHONE DU 4-9786 FINAL CLEARANCE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS ALL DRY GOODS 25% OFF! All Large Toys! Winter Merchandise! Sweaters • Skirts • Slacks ALL JEWELRY FREK BUBBLE GUM TO AJLL KIDDIES ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS! DEPEW'S Variety Store 130 W. CENTRAL If It's Located Inside of the Sidewalk .., WE SELL • mmmmmm IT!! We Have a Good Selection of Home and Property Listings! SEE US! The PREHN Co. REAL ESTATE 409 N. PRAIRIE BETHALTO PHONE DU 4-343 GENERAL ELECTRIC 2 - Door Automatic Defrost Refrigerator • Separate Freezer holds up to 8V Lbs. • Automatic Defrost in Refrigerator! • Porcelain Vegetable Bin! Butter Keeper! • 11.2 Cu. Ft. size! Slim and Compact yet holds weeks of shopping! • Temperature control! Magnetic door! Sale! *148 With Trutle As Low As $0 Month AH Low As $10 Montii 12 Cu, Ft, GE with Dial Defrost! General Electric 10 Cu. Ft. Buy! Anniversary price on this space saver with full- width freezer! Chill tray! Dial defrost! Fits like a built-in! 63 Ibs. of frozen food storage! Full-width crisper holds almost a bushel! Handi-door! Chill tray! Egg racks! Birthday Bonus! Steam Iron and Drain Tub are Included with the purchase of this Speed Queen Wringer Washer Complete Outfit Only wirii Trod* An Low An $6 Month 8-position pressed steel wringer and tangle-proof agitator! Get steam iron and drain tub with this Birthday bargain buy! OPEN EVERY NIGHT BROADWAY & PIASA, ALTON, ILLINOIS

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