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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 17,1963 Hartford C of C Hears Bethalto Boy £ agt Alton to Open About School Drop-Outs f"™''^ Bids Qn GQ Bondg HARTFORD - William Holder, administrative assistant to the stinerintrndent of schools at Rox- Bila, discussed school dronouts at a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Friday evening at thei Ra City hall. j chairman. Holder listed sevpral reasons; for the drop-outs. He said that a i drop-out can he delected as far 1 back as the third grade. During the business meeting! conducted by the president. R e v. i R. E. George, awards were pre-i sented to winners in Hie essay,' contest sponsored by the Cham-; her of Commerce. \V'e Need a Medical Center in! Hartford." j Mrs. J. D. McBride. a member of the chamber, made the presentations. Hot Coffee i KAST ALTON — The village -1 board will open bids at 2 p.m WOOD RIVER — Kevin ke, 1. son of Mr. and Mrs. Knrl! Thursday on SofiO.OOO worth of '\V. Hanke. of tlir Reth-Mor Amoral obligation bonds, part of o I i n s k i was program ;Trailer Court. BothaUo. received 51)97.000 needed for the pro- len.ergeiK'.v Wood River Auxiliary to •.' Meet at Roxatta treatment at Woo'djP 08 " 1 Average treatment plant. I River Township Hospital Sunday: Following opening of the bids for first and second degree burns i for the examination, a second spe to bis right foot after a container of hot coffee was overturned on meeting will be held Salur- night at which time a bond him. He was released following [purchase contract will be award- treatment. ' Other patients treated and re-. i leased Sunday included: Dennis i 'Yetlcr. -I. son of Mr. and Mrs. i ROXANA - Members of lhe| olen| , O . Vetter. 1422 Fifth St., The winners were: Nancy 1 ""™ Rlvpr Township Hospital j c v>ttage Hills .for a laceration of George anrl Rebecca George of i Auxiliary will have a covered dish j,, ie f ore h e; ,d received when hei the high school level and Jimjsuppnr June 20 at the Park House. i fpl , from nis ,,. icyc | e and stvuck Barber and Susan Hard of the grade school. The topic was "Why TERMITES SWARMING? Mrs. Edith Lyons is chairman of arrangements. Here from Seattle ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hobson of Seattle, Wash., ar- his head on the rim of an old can. i V'icki Jean Elliott, 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Elliott", 595 Maple St., East Alton, for a lac- ier the sake of your home rived Friday to spend a week vis-1 oration of her left foot received iling his parents. Mr. and Mrs. ]\ v heti she fell off a concrete wall. Kldon Hobson and son. Bob. ofj Mark E. Rea, 4, son of Mr. and Doerr avenue. Hohson is employ-1 Mrs. Eldon Rea, of Las Owes, eri by (he Boeing Aircraft Co. in .Seattle. Sunday a held at the atives attended. They will go to JMoridosia Wednesday to visit oth- relatives and also while here will visit Mr. and Mrs. H. Hobson Valley Citv. N. M.. for a left elbow injury suffered when ho fell from a picnic family picnic was j table at the home of his grand- Roxana Park and re-j parents in East Alton. Attend Funeral WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. rhurman Corey of 22 Eckhard Ave., attended the fuii"ral of Louis CORNS-CALLUSES LIFT RIGHT OFF IN 30 MINUTES Say "goodbye" to laming corns and painful ca|. luses that make you limp around in torture. New easy, safe painless liquid discovery called HALF- HOUR CORNMASTER as directed removes most stubborn corns and calluses In 30 minutes . .. sometimes quickerl Just dab on ... lei set-. . . lift off. Those soft corns between the toes, the ones that really hurt ... works equaljy well on these too. Bottle containing enough liquid to get rid of 25 corns and calluses only 98t at druggists. Look for red and blue counter display. Be delighted in 30 •mutes or return for purchase price refund. Don't let corns and eatluse* make lif« miserable. Now ... today ... get HALF-HOUR CORNMASTER Roberts Friday at McPherson, Kans. Roberts, a former Wood River resident, died Wednesday. He was Mrs. Corey's brother. Receives Degree WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Duke Dudley received the college of regents degree in the Women of the Moose Saturday in the House of God, Mooseheart. Mrs. Dudley is a past senior regent of the local chapter. Her husband, and Mr. and Mrs. James Crouch, also attend t h e weekend meeting. ed. Mayor Chart.es Vnnpreter an- Gaspar Shrine Initiate 2 Neic Members \VOOD RIVER — The annual ceremonial presentation high lighted the Saturday meeting of Caspar Shrine in the Masonic Temple, which was preceded with a potluck dinner and followed by social evening. Mrs. Kdith Stateii, Miss Mary Joiin Smith, and Thomas Samuels were initiated as new members. Oct. 5 was selected as I he date of the chicken and dumpling dinner and holiday bazaar sponsored annually by the lodge. The meeting closes activities of the organization until Sept. 21 when the regular monthly meetings will be resumed with an all officers party. Twenty six fathers and brother Masons were escorted to the east and presented gifts in observance of Father's Day to conclude the formal session. Tables were decorated in a Masonic emblem theme for the serving of refreshments during the social hour. Mrs. Moody Jenkins and Mrs. Howell Barnett worthy matron, were co-chairmen of party arrangements. Curdle Bible School in 2nd Week Has Enrollment of 228 A current enrollment of 228 i.« attending Curdie Heights Baptist Church Vacation Bible School, now in its second week. Average nounced. The $560.000 worth of general obligation bond money with $137.000 in federal funds will The school will have its picnic combined atlendanw has heen J97 ' We're Cutting Price Tags to Pieces' to Vi PRICES OOOD MONTH OF JULY ONLY! REMNANT SALE! OFF! REG. PRICE $156.00 <t1QQ 00 2. Roxbury 100$ Wool, 12'x16'T» $96 00 3. Roxbury 100$ Wool, 12'x12'5» * ' JplOO'V/v/ $103.50 $44.00 $68.00 $254.50 I, Firth Acrilan, 15'xT9" 4, Roxbury 100?,; Wool, 12'xl7'2» 5, Regency 501 Nylon, 12'x8'9" 6, Regency Cut Pile Nylon, I2'x5'6" T, Regency Cut Pile Nylon, 12'x8'6" 8, Regency Continuous Filament Nylon, 15'x16'3" SALE PRICE $52.50 $127.00 $50.00 $81.75 $75.00 $20.00 $45.00 $176.65 9, Gulistan I00° 0 ' Wool Cut Pile, 12'x10'1» <Kl 7 e nn tO. Firth Acrilan, 12'x9' Il44'nn 11. F»th m% wool, HMO' $1Q* on 12, Regency Cut Pile Nylon, I5'x8' $80 00 13, Regency Cut Pile Nylon, I2'x8'6" $115 00 14, Regency Cut Pile Nylon, 15'x9MO" $165*00 15, Regency Cut Pile Nylon, 15'x9'4" $155*00 16, Gulistan Continuous Filament, 12'xtO'IO" $145*1 17, Gulistan Cont, Filament Nylon, 12'x10'9" 18, 19, Gulistan Cont, Filament Nylon, ISxB'IO" $145* Gulistan Cont, Filament Nylon, 15'x9'7" $160.' 20, Regency Cont, Filament Nylon, I2'x13'9» 2t, Regency Cont, Filament Nylon, 15'x15'8» 22, Regency Cut Pile Nylqn, I2'x9'6» 23, Regency Cut Pile Nylon, 12'I1'3" 24, Roxbury 501 Nylon, 12'x13'8» 25, Roxbury Acrilan, 12'x9'7» 26, Regency Cut Pile Nylon, I2'x11'4» ,00 $143.50 00 00 $165.50 $226.70 $75.00 $150.00 $198.00 $143.00 $81.00 $94.00 $125.00 $43.00 $68.00 $97.00 $74.00 $96.00 $86.00 $87.00 $93.00 $96.85 $155.00 $45.00 $97.00 $127.00 $87,00 $93.00 $72.00 •M ^_ ^^^ T '•* »-»•** \j ^9f ..." ^* ^^ • 25 SOUTU MlklTU r* DIAL CL 9-3613 25 SOUTH NINTH ST. ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS pay for the treatment plant. The proposed plant will be constructed near the south city limits at the intersection of the Illinois Terminal Railroad and Wood River Creek. An intercepting sewer line will be installed to take the sewage loads off the Vanpreter Addition. Wilshire Shopping Center and the Job's Hill areas. Roxana Church Circle to Meet ROXANA — Sarah Circle of the United Presbyterian Women of First Presbyterian Church, scheduled to meet last Tuesday, w i 11 meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Calvene White. 550 S. Thirteenth St., Wood River, and Mrs. Kenneth Nail will be lertd- r. Leaves for School ROXANA — Miss Susan Isted, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Isted of Maple avenue, left Sunday to v attend summer school at Western Illinois University at Macomb. She has received notice of her qualification for Waterfins, synchronised swimming club at the university. She has also been selected as banquet chairman for the convention on Oct. 1]-13 of Illinois Athletic and Recreation Federation .for College Women at Lake Bloomington. On USS Shangri-La ROXANA — Robert D. Straub, air controlman first class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Straub of 113 E. Seventh St., has completed six weeks of training at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, while serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Shangri-La. The training re-acquaints the ship's personnel with under way procedures and increases efficiency. During the training, the crew members visited Kingston, Jamaica. The Shangri-La operated from Mayport, Fla. Roxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. DeWester Sr., of Indianapolis, Ind., have been visiting friends in Roxana and the surrounding area for the past few days. The DeWesters lived in Roxana for many years prior to liis retirement from the Shell 0 i 1 Co. Their son, Franklin, has been visiting the past week with Evan Gannon of E. Fifth St. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Woods and son, Paul, of Madison, Wis., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Woods of W. Fifth St. Other guests were the Misses Judy and Jacqueline Schneider of Springfield, Mo., and Miss Sylvia Bietrich of St. Louis. Vandals Damage Wood River Home WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blazier, 835 Center St., told police Sunday that a house they are constructing on Park Lane Avenue had been extensively damaged by vandals. The Blaziers told police that the plaster had been broken in places and that the water faucets had been town out of the I wall. A later police report shows that several juveniles were arrested on the premises and the matter is being investigated. Visiting Grandparents WOOD RIVER — Miss Pamela Carnes of Winter Haven, Fla., is i s i t i n g her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pennifold, 968 Whitelaw Ave. Attending Conference WOOD RIVER — The Rev. Thomas Lowery Sr., pastor, and ,eonard Smith, are representing the Evangelical United Brethren Church at the 119th annual session of the Illinois Conference of the denomination in Pfeiffer .11, North Central College, Naperville, today through Thursday. Bishop Rueben H. Mueller op- ned the session during which 57 proposed changes in the denom- national discipline in the area of constitutional law will be considered, conference officers will be elected, and the program of the lext four years will be discussed. During the business session, a new pastor will be assigned to the ocal church to fill the vacancy n-eated by the resignation of the [lev. Lowery. 77 in First Week of Salem Bible School i Salem Presbyterian Church onj Seminary Road has completed j one week of Vacation Bible School, with an attendance of 77, and svill continue all this week. Enrollment this week is 80. Mrs. Lucille Brinkman is di rector and Miss Linda Maxeiner is secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Brinkman announced a program at the church at 7:45 p.m. Sunday in which the various classes will demonstrate their work. Craft work by the departments will be on display. Motor Mi using Nelson Miller, 525 Rozier St., reported an outboard motor stolen from his garage Saturday night or early Sunday. next Friday morning at the Wes terner Club grounds, area No. 5. Commencement exercises at 7 p. m. Sunday will finish up the school. A baptismal service will be held at the church Sunday morning, with at least three candidates to be baptized. The Sunday School has launched a home study course which will extend through August 18., with a goal of 75 training awards set. This will enable the Sunday School 6 Edivardsville A rea Residents Enter Hospital EDWARDSVILLE - Six area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, during the past weekend, six patients were discharged and one birth recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gedeminas J. Reinis, 407 Cass, a daughter, at 2:33 p.m. Sunday, weight 9 pound 10 ounces. The mother is the former Patricia WetzeJ. Admitted were: Mrs. Frances P e r g r e m, 218 Hickory; Mrs. Geraldine Determan, 915 Brinkman; Miton Siegrist. 227 Adams; Mrs. Clara Southard, Rte. 1; Mrs. Phyllis Dicks, Rte. 5; Mrs. Emma Speckmann, 217 McKinley. Discharged w ere: Gary Levi, workers to earn the Gold Seal for the Christian Training Diploma and others to recieve their Approved Workman Diploma. Monti Official Takes Position in Kentucky Quentin J. Bogarl, former staff member at Monticello College, has been named associate director for development at Alice Lloyd Col lege in Pippa Passes, Ky. He will be responsible for planning and implementing the college's development through acqui sit ion of annual and capital fund support. Bogurt held a similar position at Monticello. Straight Pin Lodged In Boy's Stomach A four-year-old Dow boy is under observation at home after swallowing a straight pin Saturday. Lawrence Finkes, III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Finkes Jr. ,was taken to Alton Memorial 114 N. Fillmore; N. Main; Miss John Long, 303 Pamela Crook, East Alton; Mrs. Clementine Rose 114 E. Park; Joseph Schwartzkopf, 110 N. Kansas; Mrs. Robert Lewis and son, 1410 Eberhart. Hospital the pin mach* where X-rays lodged in revealed his sto- Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When you arc tenseor nervous, normal bowel impulses may be blocked—and you become constipated. New COLONAID tablets relieve this misery with a new principle—a unique colonic nerve stimulant phi* special bulkingaction as recommended by many doctors. Result? COI.ONAID puts'your colon back to work—gently relieves constipation overnight. You feel great! Get clinically-proved COLONAID today. Introductory size 43< Church Circles to Meet at Brighton BRIGHTON — A description of| their participation in the volunteer services program at Alton State Hospital by several local women will constitute the program at the Presbyterian Women's combined circle meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the church. Circle 3 will be in charge of the program and social period following. Women who plan to attend have been asked to bring comic books to be donated to the hospital. 2 Bikes Stolen Mrs. Joseph Goekert, .921 Henry St., reported two bicycles stolen from her garage Saturday night or early Sunday. Three of the world's 10 largest islands are in northern Canada. theONE place to call for money the * minute you want it Coll Beneficial to get cash (fouble-fast. Clean up left- bills, close out time-payment accounts, take over care of expenses, you-name-it! The folks at Beneficial like to soy "Yes!" Why not call... this very minute! 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