Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 17, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 17, 1963
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MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1963 At .TON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Greene Homemakers to Name Officers Tuesday CARROLLTON — The highlight of the week for members of the Greene County Hometnaker's Extension Association will be the annual meeting and election of officers at the Christian Church at Roodhoiise Tuesday at 10 a.m. A luncheon will be served at noon and speaker of the afternoon will be Mrs. Justin Wagy of Payson, state president. She will show slides taketi oti a recent trip to Melbourne, Australia, to ,the A.C.WAV. Conference in 1962. Extension Units will also meet during the week and at each the lessons on "Caring for Today's Fabircs" and "Repairing of Electrical Corda and Plugs" will be given by local leaders. The Eldred Unit will meet today at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. George Farrow. Kane unit will meet June 20 at 8 p.m. at Ihe home of Mrs. George Cory. Ml. Gilead Unit meeting scheduled for June 19 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Gilead Church, has been changed and will now be held June 2fi J & A Springman HAS A COMPLETE LINK OF CONSTRUCTION LUMBER at the home of Mrs. Lester Groves at 2 p.m. Hospital Note* CARROLLTON - Mr?. Lula Haddock of Carrollton was admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Friday as a medical patient. Mrs. Margaret Gansz of White Hall was admitted to the hospital Saturday, also as a medical patient. Kenneth Robinson of Kane was dismissed from the local hospital Friday and entered Barnes Hospital in St. Louis Friday for examination and treatment. Mrs. Frances Wilson of Kane and Theron Loy of Greenfield were also dismissed from the hospital Friday. Dismissed Saturday were Ray Thomas of White Hall, Martin Graner of Carrollton and Mrs. Denise Cadmus and son of Greenfield. Cheerleader School CARROLLTON — Miss Janet Wagenblast, Miss Carolyn Day, Miss Judy Shannon, Miss Jane Freeh and Miss Sue Moeller returned home Saturday from the 10th annual summer cheerleader school at the Illinois State Norm al University. The girls are varsity cheerleaders at Carrollton Community Unit High School. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Miss Petty Schnclt and Miss Rose Ellen Mau- pn left Saturday on a 10-day con- I Red Cross to \ Continue Greene \ County Canvass j | CARROLLTON — Miss Ruth i Mollor of Greenfield, a field re- jpresrntativp of the American Rod Cross, nipt Friday evening in the Hodges building with director and other interested partirs of Grrenp County Cliaptpr of the American Reel Cross and planned for the future. The local Chapter is S2.9S7 | short of its financial quota for the present Red Cross fund campaign and it was decided to ask iall township chairman to canvass further in an effort to secure more money in the townships Unit are falling behind in their quotas. Richard Bell of Whitp Hull. chapter chairman, presided and named a committep to nominate officers to hp plpctpd al thr next mppting of the board and also to plnn Ihp Red Cross program for thr yp;ir. Mpmhprs of thr rom- mitlnr arp Mrs. Frank Grppr of (trppnfipld. Myron MiCleniiinR of Roodhousp. Carl r,. Murphy of White Hull. Mrs. Orpn Sipbpr- mann. Mrs. Charlotte Burruss. : Frank Kuhnliiip and Evpivtl Menl.j iall nf Carrollton. TPXJIS is HIP leader in gas pro- i ductinn. with Ixiuisiana a rlosp ispcond. For Safety's Sake—fall Us JIM LEWIS, JR. FIKE EXTINOIKSHKR SAI.KS AM) SKKV1CE 410 Prairie St. Alton, 111. Dial HO 5-3126 PRESCRIPTIONS AT ^ PHARMACY T are • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 State St, — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE SILVER SPECIALS OFF TO LAS VEGAS Awlley N. Sullivan of International Travel Advisors, left, presents iMr. and Mrs. Abbas Salahi, 3845 Horn St., winners of Alton Plaza's "Vacation for Two" contest with tickets for their Las Vegas trip. Ray Elmore, president of the Alton Plaza Businessmen's Assn. which sponsored the trip, looks on. The Salahi's will also receive $100 extra expense money from the association. While Hall Class To Have Reunion WHITE HALL — The class of) J928 of White Hall High School will have a reunion Sunday, June 30, at Ihe Lions Park, this city.! A basket dinner will be served at .12:30 p.m. In case of rain, the reunion will be in the basement' of First UnitPd Presbyter-! ian Church. Receives Degree WHITE HALL — Mrs. Phyllis Wostnedge Hodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Westnedge of this city, received her bachelor of arts degree in mathematics, science and technology division Friday fom Southern Illinois University. Mrs. Hodge was graduated from the White Hall High School in 1959. She lias been employed as a teacher in the Alton school system for the 1963-1964 school year. ducted tour of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. David Burruss and family of Crestwood were guests Saturday of Burruss' mother, Mrs. Charlotte Burruss. NATIONAL FOOD STORES EAST ALTON—26 EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER NORTH ALTON—506 DELMAR WOOD RIVER—337 E. FERGUSON SAVINGS FOR EARLY IN THE WEEK! Freshly-Ground, Lean GROUND BEEF QUALITY-CONTROLLED AA «. .... -^ HILLSIDE SLICED BACON »- 49 39 1 YOUNG, TENDER, SINEWS REMOVED SLICED BEEF LIVER 10c Off Label! Irradiated Coffee OLD JUDGE..- ,Lb. WITH COUPON BELOW FROZEN STUUnEIRIES 19 STILLWELL •RAND 10 Ox. Pica. 10c Off Label—Irradiated Coffee OLD JUDGE 2^ N$ 1 W WITH THIS COUPON 1 and a .$1.50 purchase or more excluding fresh milk products. Redeemable al \ your nearby National Food Store. I Offer expires Wednesday, June 18th. Limit one coupon to family. to family. Jh •-?aes?*ft=^bH^s' % Dawn-Dew Fresh" Produce Values/ California Royal California noyai ^^ gm* APRICOTS.. -23' WANT TO GIVE THAT "EXTRA TOUCH" TO ANY MEAL? LUSCIOUS DAWN- DEW FRESH APR COTS.. .GOLDEN RIPE AND TENDER . . . THEY'RE SURE TO APPEAL TO YOOT FAMILY. GET THEM AT THE STORE WHERE YOU COME AS A NE GHBOR, RETURN AS A FRIEND. U. S. No. 1 NEW RED POTATOES 20 & 99c SWEET AND JUICY, JUST RIGHT SIZE FOR THE KIDS Uo3's) CALIFORNIA ORANGES 49c PRICES GOOD THROUGH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19TH "Read' telegraph Want Ads_Dajly 5O-PIECE SERVICE FOR 8 95 Set contains: l6T«oipooni 8SolodForlt« WE DO OUR FININCING AT S Xnlvei 8 Soup Spoont g Forks ' Butter Knife I Sugor Spoon FURNITURE and APPLIANCE We Give Eagle Stamps 203 W. Third St. — Downtown Alton Long Terms — Many, Many Months to Pay! "Charge Accounts Welcome" 316 Belle St. Dial 462-2722 $ f ^ : NOW...THE WORLD'S BEST WHOLE-HOUSE AIR CONDITIONING SAVES HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS j AMAZING NEW CENTRAL SYSTEM BY The world's first unified remote central air conditioner that's completely factory-assembled ... factory-tested ... factory-warranted for five full years on the entire hermetic system. All ready to go to work when it s delivered to your home. Because no on-the-job hermetic processing is required, installation days and dollars are drastically reduced. The savings are reflected in our amazing low price. Thousands now serving all over the U. b. wittt remarkable records for performance and dependability. Easy terms. Why Wait? Fodders Will refund SI00.00 Cash If it's Cool This Summer! GET DETAILS NOW! AS LOW AS $ 449 Model OF 24 with 18 Ft. Tubing COOLS UP TO 1400 SQ. FT. Installutlon Extra —— ALTON BOTTLED GAS CO. Healing and Air Conditioning Specialists Godfrey Uoad "We Sell Comfort" Phone 466-3481 You get a whole lot more than that '59 Chevrolet (great as it was!) could offer. Some big improvements, some small, some for savings, some for performance, some for comfort. For example, you get a car that's easier to care for. Flush- and-dry ventilating system uses rain and wash water to help remove corrosion-causing elements from rocker panels. A more fully aluminized exhaust system, self-adjusting brakes and new Delcotron generator (battery-saver!) cut costs, too. You get styling and interior comfort you'd look for in far more expensive '63 cars. Plus such optional equipment* as a 1EVROLET TRADE N TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALERS Top: 1959 Impala Sport Coupe, below: 196S Impala Sport Coupe, Super Sport package and adjustable Comfortilt steering wheel to make an Impala Sport Coupe or Convertible as personalized as you like. You get a wider choice of horsepower, too, from the econora* ical 140-hp Turbo-Thrift 6 up to a V8 rated at 425 hp.* You get long-term savings from Chevrolet's traditionally higher resale value. And immediate savings because it's Trade 'N' Travel Time at your Chevrolet dealer's. So he's more anxious than ever to make you a deal on a Jet-smooth '63 Chevrolet. Try him on any trade you have! 'Optional at extra cost. CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVY I, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE Authorized Chevrolet Dealer in Alton REILLEY BROS., Inc. in Wood Rivet ALBREGHT CHEVROLET, Inc. 912 E. Broadway Phono: HO 5-7787 222 Edwardsville Road Phono: CL 4-0616

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