Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, June 15, 1963
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SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Family Homes DESIGN T79 Hem* 600 So. ft. Two-Story Home Has Advantages Often the advantages of the two-story home, which can offer a lifetime of living comfort, is overlooked. Our choice this week is one ot our outstanding designs in the traditional style. Front entry contains guest wrap closet and leads into a spacious, well-proportioned living room. A fireplace with built-ins at each side plus a large picture window and long, unobstructed wall areas will make this a pleasant, live- able room. Stairs to upper floor are near front entry for convenience. Large, separate dining room with terrace access is another "plus" feature. Family size work-saver kitchen has table area and door leading to basement stairs, service entrance and lavatory. Three bedrooms and bath offer desirable privacy for upper story sleeping quarters. Notice the size of the bedrooms and their excellent wall areas for easy furniture placement. Closets are roomy — each bedroom has cross ventilation. Hall contains a double size linen closet. Full basement provides additional storage space, laundry facilities, recreation and heating unit. This home is economical to construct in view of the living area it contains — a point the budget minded family will do well to consider. Exterior styling has the traditional charm that will never be out-dated. This plan conforms to general FHA, VA and Building Code requirements. You can obtain building plans with material list and specifications — see order coupon. Six Hurt in Minor Accidents At Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE — Various ac- ». .... Tf'V j 0 TEMACE H-4> «-o ACCOM O FLOOt BUILDING PLANS • PLAN BOOKS ORDER FORM Alton Telegraph Plan Dept. . FAMILY HOMES 2900 Alpha St., Lansing, Mich. I want items checked: Design No.: 4 sets of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List 529.75 ....1 set of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List 17-95 ... .Family Homes Plan Book, postpaid 75 Enclosed find $ for items checked. NAME ADDRESS CITY. • ••• ... Zone STATE , \mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Melville Church Dinner Sunday The congregation of Melville Congregational Church will have a basket dinner in Marquette • •/ iK cidents on Thursday June 13, sent six to the Jersey Community Hospital for treatment. Rodger Loy, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Loy of Jerseyville, was running on wet grass Thursday when he slipped and fell on a soda bottle, lacerating his right arm. He was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital for treatment. Charles Miller, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller of Jerseyville, lacerated the fifth toe of his right foot Thursday evening. He was brought to the hospital at 8 p.m. and the laceration was sutured, t Richard Gilworth of Jerseyville was injured while cranking an au- tombile at his home. The crank flew back striking his right arm causing a contusion of the right wrist. He was treated at the hospital and released. Mrs. Nettie Dunham was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 5 p.m. on the 13th. She fell at her home injuring her right side. She was released after treatment. Linda Hughes aged 5Va, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hughes of Jerseyville, put a popcorn seed up her nostril Thursday afternoon. She was treated at the hospital and dismissed. Denise Warlx, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Warix of Jerseyville, sustained a fracture of the right forearm at her home at 1:55 p.m. when she fell off a swing set. She was brought to the hospital for treatment. Services Announced At Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILLS - The fcev. Robert Searles, pastor of Cottage Hills Baptist Church will preach on a "Bouquet for Dad" at the 10-10 a.m. service Sunday. At the 7:30 p.m. service, Rev. Seurles will speak on "Christ Made Flesh." Sunday school will be at 9:30 a.m. The pastor said the second week of Bible School will continue Monday at 9 a.m. Park at 1 p.m. Sunday in ob- "Add a Room for Less Than You Think" UTTER BROS. Lumber Yard I ..COTTAGE HILLS j mnmmmmimiimwmirmmm MILAN—A new highway ha been approved by Italy and wi be built through the Brenne Pass. servance of Fathers Day and th church children's day. The fam lies will go to the park from th 10:40 a.m. Service. J & A Springman HAS GOLD BOND PAINTS Godfrey. III. Pli. -Hxl-JMl Do It Yourself Giraffe's Neck Slide Keeps Children in Your Backyard ,*->. Your children will play close j home when this giraffe's neck ide is set up in their own back- ard. When Dad brings home the rattern, opens it up on the living •oom floor, eyes tight up and the mall fry start big broadcasts. Vhen actual construction begins, his captivating creature puts Dad n No. 1 position in the minds t every youngster. Since the fin- shed slide quickly becomes the rize attraction of any playtime it parade, don't build this project the sound of children playing o their heart's content annoys ou. Construction of this project s simplified since the full stee attern permits cutting parts to he exact size. Each is then fas- ened together following step-by- tep directions. High sides and wide steps increase the safety of lose who climb and slide. You'll have a lot of fun building and painting this project. The full ize decorating outlines are trac- d, then painted with exact colors attern specifies. The only skill ceded is ability to read simpli ied directions, drill one hole or saw one piece of lumber at time. The pattern specifies what materials to buy and where each used. All lumber recommended s stock size and readily avail- ile everywhere. For fun, relaxation and an economical answer to your child' )laytime hours, build this color- slide. Send $1.00 for Giraffe's Neck Slide Pattern No. 63 o Alton Telegraph, P. W. Box 21, Pleasant ville, New York Send 50 cents additional for new 96-page catalog illustrating 300 build-it-yourself pattern projects arid home improvement books Add 25 cents for Special Handling Greenfield Auxiliary To Install Officers GREENFIELD — Mrs. Loren Estler, president, and other recently-elected officers of the American Legion Auxiliary be installed at a meeting Thurs day at Legion Home at 8 p.m. Mrs. Robert Langley, Mrs. C V. Nash, Mrs. R. K. Wilhite, Mrs Charles Meneley and Mrs. William Metcalf will be hostesses at a social hour. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD — Charles Ha: of St. Louis spent Wednesday wit! his sisters, Mrs. Ruby Harring ton and Miss Lucile Hall. Mis Hall acompanied her brothe home where she will remain fo several weeks. James McKenzie is serving a an assistant in the Scout cam program at Camp Warren Levi this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bassham have returned to their home i Long Beach, Calif., after spend ing several weeks with relative in Greenfield, Alton, and St. Louis Greenfield Post To Meet Tuesday GREENFIELD — Officers wi be elected at a meeting of th American Legion at 8 p.m. Tues day in the social rooms of th Legion Home. Plans will be mad for Legionnaires to attend th district convention in Grafton Jun JERSEYVILLE — Jerseyville ^ayground and Recreation De- lartment conducted an institute or supervisors and leaders ol he Summer Playground program Friday and Saturday in he Recreation Building in preparation for the opening of the program Monday at 1 p.m. Paul WcGarvey is recreation director. ALUMINUM AWNINGS CALL HO 5-5588 DIICCCI I Dllnd & Awning BlUOOELL su JERSEYVILLE — Ivan Heiderscheid. Jerseyville business man. was presented the "Father of the Year" award at the annual father and son banquet of First Bap- jst Church Thursday evening. The award was presented by he Rev. Harold E. Lane, pastor, n recognition of the many activities in all phases of church work, in which Heiderscheid participated, especially for his contribution as co-chairman of the! building committee for the Playground Program at Jersey Starts Monday Charles Rayburn, vice president of the Alton Park and Rec- .•eation Center, spoke at the institute Friday on "The Importance of Leadership in Playground Work". There were james and demonstartions led by Mrs. Jean Wyrostek Eads, and an archery demonstration was presented, under direction of Miss Emma Bradley. Mrs. Beverly Carter of Alton gave a demonstration on "Creative Handicraft". Mrs. darter and her husband operate an arts and craft shop in Alton. The city playgrounds located this year at the Lions Park on East Spruce St. and the West School, located on West Carpenter, open at 1 p.m. Monday. Reigstration will be followed ay the opening of the wading pool for children eight years old and under. At 2:30 p.m. chil dren 8 years through 12 wil use the wading pool. The poo schedule will be used each day that the playgrounds are open and some swims on Saturday and Sunday will be announcei later. The hours of planned activitj will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m Monday through Friday excep on Monday mornings when th< playground staff have their planning meeting. Playground Supervisors at West School wil 30 and the division convention in Jerseyville July 6 and July 7 MAGEE CARPET ARMSTRONG $82 SHERWOOD'S Floor and Wall Covering 1110 Milton— HO 2-3603 y. Air Condition Your Whole House CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING 2 Ton Package Deal Less Than ?8.00 Per Month 3 Ton Package Deal Less Than $11.00 Per Month Southalre Units — Mlnn.- Honeywell Controls. Immediate Delivery MEYER SHEET METAL DIAL, HO 5-8208 Father of Year Award Made at Jersey Event ^ Group sin£*ing was led by Edward Weule Jr. "Toast to Dads" \vas stiver! hy Larry Shaw and "Toast to Lads" by his father, Bernard Shaw. A trio composed of Russell Crotdiett. Harry McLood and Doyle Fry. sang "On the Jerico Road." The Moore brothers. Tim and David, acom- panied hy their father, John Moore. sang "Life's Evening Sun." Special Music was also pro- vjded by a ,,. jo of young )ads of " M "• — — — I the church Bob Johnson. Kenneth cational building which was com-| Huft apd Dlldley R 0 th who sang pleted this spring. Approximately 130 "Dads a n d "Dads and Lads" attended the e Harold Finn, assisted by hirley Schulte. The Lions play- round will be under the lead- rship of Mrs. Jean Eads anc iarry English, with trainees, 'am Mauzy and Craig Whitlock elping in the afternoon. Tennis instruction for children ge 9 and above will begin Wed- esday at 9 a.m. under the di- ection of Miss Bradley. Those nterested should register so lasses can be organized. Adults interested may register 'une 25 and 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Recreation Department >ffice. Adult classes will be ormed after registration. Par- nts who have children ages 5, i and 7 may call the office to inroll their children in swim- banquet which was prepared and served by the women of the church with Mrs. Melvin Wiseheart in charge. Charles Sauerwein and H. Irwin Davis were in charge of arrangements and also served as toastmaslers for the program. The theme for the program was 'Dads and Lads in Outer Space." Rev. Lane gave the opening prayer and Charles Sauerwein, president of the Men's Fellowship gave the welcome. "Somebody's Knocking at Door." The film, "Journey Space." was shown. M y Into Strnifilit Scoop NASHVILLE, Tenn. — During a narcotic.; raid here that un- overed 5100,000 worth of illegal rugs, a small arsenal of firearms nd other articles, officers also ound two hand-written tnanu- cripts by one of the arrested uspects. One was intitled "Gun hunder" and the other "Journey Ho Crime. GUTTERS? All Work Guaranteed ALTON SHEET METAL 103 Central 462-0009 ming lessons to Mrs. Eads, Red ming Instructor. be given by Cross Swim- The sessions be conducted in the Lions Wading pool at 11:30 Monday through Friday. The first week's activities will be highlighted by a scavenger hunt and an inter-play;round checker tournament on Friday. Collect Bounty JERSEYVILLE — The office o !ounty Clerk Linda Crotchett re ported Thursday afternoon the hog largest bundle of ground scalps to arrive for bounty since last December. Ronald Dean and his brother Gerald, brought in 65 of thi scalps, plus one fox scalp. Th boys reported they killed th ground hogs and fox on the Ian of Everett Johnson in Ruyl Township. The check bounty issu ed to the boys totaled $18.25. 5 YEARS TO PAY! No Money Down! • Finish Attio • Add Room Partitions • Floor and Ceiling Tile • Any Other Home Improvements ZIMMER ; HOME IMPROVEMENT 5 AND HARDWARE CO. 706 Milton Ph. HO.2-0576 WE SELL HEATING HAPPINESS Janitrol ^^ Comfort at a comfort- comfortable price is our specialty! CAMP 11126 Milton Rd. Electric and Heating HO 2-9287!:, Need Some Paint, Nails, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? BETHALTO BUILDERS SUPPLY OPEN SUNDAY 9 to 1 ANY PAINT COLOR YOU WANT ^. mixed in seconds on our SBtRWN-WlLUAMS COLORIMETER HARTFORD LUMBER CO. HARTFORD, ILL. Dial CL 4-3622 or CL 4-1821 BETHALTO LUMBER CO., Inc. "The FriendJy Yard" • Roofing • Guttering • Insulation We deliver on Saturday/ New Room Siding No Money Down LABOR CAN BE INCLUDED • Garage • Millwork • Cabinets 5 Years To Pay 403 N. 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