Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 17, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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Monday, June 17, 1963
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MONDAY, JUNE 1?, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Garden Authority Visits Jerseyville JErtSEiWLLE —Mrs. George Doolittle of Albuquerque, N.M., who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Gus Hospes in Jeraeyville, has gone to Webster Groves, Mo., to be a guest of her brother, Schell Furry and family. She visited here en route home from the American Rose Society Convention at Columbus, Ohio, and the peony show at Mansfield Mrs. Doolittte, a former director of the American Rose Society, is a recipient of its silver medal given , for distinguished service in the Pacific Southwest District composed of New Mexi co, Arizona and Southern Call fornia and Judges flower shows in the district. She is author of "Southwest Gardening" and her "Monthly Garden Blender" is widely used by garden lovers in Albuquerque. The Doolittle home and gardens is one of the show places in Albuquerque. ttalegate to Convention JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Paul S. Staley, of Jerseyville, president of Chapter GB of the P.E.O. Sisterhood, has returned from Galesburg, 111., where she attended the State P.E.O. Cotivention held at Knox College from Tuesday through Friday. Mrs. Staley was a delegate from Chapter GB. She was accompanied to Galesburg by Mrs. Atkinson of Carlin- vile, wife of Dr. Atkinson of that U.S. CHOICE-BONELESS CUBED SIRLOIN STEAK - 1.10 Lean BOILED HAM. . . . 89c SLICED OR CRUSHED PINEAPPLE SNYDER'S CATSUP . INSTANT NESTEA . 2 14 Oz. AC e Btls. ZD C 69° Book Matches.. 2 5 °.J5:?19« GREEN HOME GROWN CABBAGE .... . -HOc FANCY VINE RIPE TOMATOES ... . 19c HOME GROWN GREEN BEANS .. . 2 35c PEARL MARKET Conveniently Located in the Center ot Alton 835 CENTRAL AVE. FREE PARKING I UJHUMIIIIHIIilHIIIHIinnilBfliHIIflHlI city, who was delegate" from tte Carlinville P.E.O. Chapter. While at GaleSburg, Mrs. Atkinson broke one of her heels and will be In a cast for six weeks. Accepts Position JERSEYVILLE — Miss Judy Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clark, has accepted a position in the office of State Aud- tor Michael Hewlett in Sprfng- ield. Miss Clark was a member of the 1963 graduating class of he Jersey Community High School and will attend evening classes at Brown's Business Col- ege in Springfield. Trailer break-In JERSEYVILLE - Glenn Tayor reported to authorities that [ive teen-age youths broke into its house trailer in the east part of the city one night last week. Taylor stated that he learned he identity of the five boys from i neighbor who saw them enter he trailer. Taylor stated t h e youths took $8.50 and also stole about one dozen' cans of pork and beans and other canned goods. Four colleges or universities in the United States go by the name Loyola. They are in Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles and Mew Orleans. Project Mercury Laid Foundation For Long Probes EDITOR'S NOTE: Project Mercury, America's man-in-space program, has ended. Howard Benedict, AP Correspondent at Cape Canaveral, who witnessed the progress of the five-year program, reviews its legacy, and the future for which it laid the groundwork in a three-part series. The first article follows. By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) —Project Mercury, America's pioneer man-in-space program, has ended after a remarkable five- year lifetime in which it laid a solid foundation for future space exploration and added countless thrills to the pages of history. In announcing the end of the program, James E. Webb, administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration • THOROUGH SPOT REMOVAL • SOFT, NATURAL PRESSING • TRUE COLOR CONTROL NO DRYCLEANING ODOR NO MISSING BUTTONS FREE Pick-Up And Delivery SERVICE, TOO Yes, you get all this and much more... because we do it the right way with no sacrifice in quality or care. And you're always sure, whether it's the speed service you want or normal processing, that the same perfection will . prevail. The price will amaze you—it's so reasonable . . . you can't afford to put it off. Call HO 5-8877, we'll be right over. Call HO 5-8877 ,t 909 E. Broadway 226 E. Elm St 2012 State St. ALL THIS WEEK ... AT GARRETT'S MAONETIC DOOR CATCHIC UTILITY CABINET PHONE HO 2.0074 OR MAIL COUPON •i*Jhe House of Better Values*/ *^« ^^^_________^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^/' u FURNITURE CO. 16 WEST BROADWAY IJM'gfrVTi ALTQ> GARRET? FURNITURE*, 16 W Broadway, Alton Please send me above cabinet. I agree to pay 51.00 down and $3.00 per month plus'small service charge and sales tax In accordance with Illinois law. Name City. Employed by Phone No ,... ACCOUNT ADD TO RE-OPEN NEW ACCOUNT ACCOUNT CASH C.O.D. D D a n NASA), said that instead of anther mercury orbit flight, NASA will move ahead with plans for he two-man Gemini spacecraft >rogram. It will practice the space-docking maneuvers that will >e required later for Apollo flights o the moon. To have another Mercury flight, Vebb said, would slow up development of the Gemini program. The irst Gemini flight now is expected early in 1965. In 1958 Mercury was conceived in 1958, after early Soviet and U.S. satel- ttes indicated that perhaps manned space flight was possible An extensive talent search be;an for the men who would fly the new machine. On April 9,1959 the chosen seven were introduced at a press conference: Marine Lt Col. John H. Glenn Jr.; Air Force Maj. Virgil I. Grissom; Navy Cmdr. Alan B. Shepard Jr.; Navy Lt. Cmdr. Malcolm Scott Carpen ;er; Air Force Maj. Leroy Gordon Cooper Jr.; Navy Cmdr. Walter VI. Schirra Jr.; Air Force Maj Donald K. Slayton. All were military pilots with vast jet experience. On Jan. 31. 1961, a chimpanzee named Ham suited up for a bal listic ride scheduled to be the las light before an astronaut was lown over the same route. How ever, the Redstone developed a malfunction which caused Ham to overshoot his target by severa miles. The chimp was recovered sue cessfully but Mercury officials, decided the trouble necessitated an other Redstone flight before a man's life was risked. On March 24, the Redstone iroved it was ready by success :ully boosting a dummy capsule over the ballistic course. Delay But the delay proved costly. On April 12, Russia's Yuri Gagarin orbited around the earth. On May 5, Shepard made a per feet 15-minute Redstone flight in which he soared 115 miles higl and landed in the Atlantic Ocean 302 miles from Cape Canaveral Grissom made an almost iden tical trip on July 21, 1961, bu an escape hatch on his Liberty Bell 7 capsule blew out shortlj after he landed and he had tc swim to safety as the vehicle sant in the sea. Another chimpanzee, E n o s blazed the orbital trail. On No' 29, 1961, he rocketed into an in tended three-orbit flight. But hea ing and control problems de veloped and Enos was returne safely to earth one orbit early. The problems were not con sidered serious, and Glenn wa named to make the first manne orbit flight. After a series of technical ani weather delays extending mor than two months, an Atlas blastec Glenn and his Friendship 7 cap sule into orbit on Feb. 20, 1962 Several technical problems crop ped up, but Glenn completed hi three-orbit mission. Aurora 7 Carpenter flew on May 24, 1962 His Aurora 7 craft developed trou ble which forced him to fly man ually during the critical re-entr maneuver. He overshot his targe by 250 miles, but recovery force found him serenely sitting in a raft near the spacecraft. Schirra was next in line, and on Oct. 3, 1962, he made a near perfect six-orbit "textbook" fligh that provided medics with mor than nine hours of weightles data. That paved the way for Coop er's 22-orbit, 34-hour flight las May 15-16. Because drifting fligh proved so effective, Mercury' original 24-hour goal was extend ed by more than 10 hours. Cooper's Faith 7 flew perfectl; for 19 orbits—during which th pilot slept and performed numer ous scientific and photograph! assignments. Then trouble de veloped which forced him to us manual controls for re-entry— again proving that man can per form in space, even after long ex posure to weightlessness. Tomorrow: Mercury's legacy. BUNKER HILL — The vaca- on Bible school program of the unker Hill-Dorchester churches 'as presented Friday evening at p.m. in the Methodist Church, drs. Ralph Gerdt and Mrs. Hary Scheldt were co-directors and office staff was composed of Yacy Bauer, Diane Welch, and landy Bartels. One hundred and ight youngsters were enrolled in ie school with an average atten- ance of 102. Sixty-four youngs- ers had perfect attendance for he two week session. Teachers of the various departments were: Teenage, Rev. Vicor Herman; Juniors, Mrs. Lest r Lawton, Mrs. Victor Herman Amy Lueking, Mary Lou Tiona AUTO LOANS TO SUIT! "Easy does it" when you refinance your car here. You can choose the repayment plan most convenient to you. PHONE HO 2-9214 or See KENNY KLOOS MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. 811 Rtdye. Ne»r Broadway VBS Ends at Bunker Hill Methodist Struck by Car Jesse King, 55, of 1138 Harrison St.. suffered a bruised thigh when ie was struck by a car in the 700 block of Belle Street shortly after midnight Sunday. Tne car was driven by J. K. Williams, 26, of "i Sullivan Drive. and Mrs. Thomas Moulton; Primary, Mrs. Harold Bartels, Mrs. Denver Kunz, Mrs. Philip Adcock, Beverly Enke, Sarah Moulton. Joyce Adcock, Joyce Bartels, and Mrs. James Hilyard; Kindergarten, Mrs. Dallas Hamilton, Mrs. Norman Smith, Mrs. Russell Day, Georgia Ash, Mrs. Lloyd Doerr, Mrs. C. E. Miller; Mrs. Everett Lehman, Mrs. Gene Gerdt, Gwen Lawton, Judy Lain, Diane Welch. Christine Webb, Nikki Payne, Wesley Scroggins, Judy Howard, and Mrs. Norman Sauerwein. Mrs. Walter Webb and Mrs. Raymond Smith were in charge of refreshments. Father Louis Elbow Undergoes Surgery EDWARDSVILLE — Father Louis Elbow, pastor of St. Mary'; Catholic Church, is a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, where he underwent surgery at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, following an attack of appendicitis earlier that |afternoon. The hospital reports his (condition as "good." DISCOUNT! Ladles' and 4.95 to 9.95 FLATS Famous $4 Labels 1 « Others Sl.Ofl to J2.M „ All Sizes and Colors In Lot WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway KEEP COOL IN SPORTSWEAR FROM LEADER'S SUBTEEN GIRL'S —JAMAICAS CHUBBY GIRL'S —JAMAICAS —SWIM SUITS —CULOTTES OPEN TONITE UNTIL 9 PM LEADER'S DEFT. STORE 710 E. BROADWAY i;U -v " -• FREE STORESIDE PARKING FOR THE LOOK , YOU'LL LIKE... Your glasses are a most important part of your appearance! The shape, the material, the color should be carefully selected to help you look your best. At Ostertag you'll find a vast selection of the newest frames priced to fit any budget. Bring your prescription to Ostertag. 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H«d I9c Hnme Growli, Hot House Tomatoes ........ Lb . 39c Extra Fancy — C.A. Red Delicious Apples . . . u>. 25c Extra Fancy . Lb 29e Winesap Apples 252 Size—Persian Seedless Limes 3 Lb.. 69c DO*. 39c No. 1 Fruit of the Tropics Bananas Vine Ripened— Jumbo 27 size Cantaloupes Kroger Raisin Bread Kroner—Fresh Or»nr« Parfait Ring Kroitr Sandwich Buns. •L-» 19c •BMH 19c 29c ICrogw Breakfast Rolls "£: 35c 300 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS with this week's Kroger Mailer Coupon* SAVE 50C on the purchase of a 4-piece place setting- of China. 1OO Eitra Tup Vnllle Stampi 80 Extra Top Value Stamp«— plui 60n OK—Purchau of Purchase of three or mort Gravy Boat. Cantaloupes. M Kxtr» Top Vain* SUmpi— M Extra Top Value Stamp*— Purchase of four 20-o«. Purchase of tra.v-pack, «ut- lotvtii Krocer Whit* Bread. up Farm Fresh Fryer. 50 Extra Top Value- Stamps— Purchase of Quart jar of Kroger Salad Dreeslnr or Mayonnaise. New—Kroser Homestyle Biscuits 29c Kroger—HnmeMyle or Buttermilk Biscuits "^r 49c 3 8-01. cant S5e S»v. up to 20 r, Spotlight Coffee L'. h ' 55c S-lb. bai 11.69 R«rul»r, Drip, or IMn« Orind—Krorer Vac Pac Coffee :.*£ 63c S-Ib. can Italian, Enchilada, can, C h o p p • d Chicken, Macaroni Cheei*. Turkey. Haddock Kroger—Ol' Southern Spice Cake Kroger Country Rolls Meadow Gold Sherbet &B9C Gal. Giant Junior Classics—FavoriU Children's Stories.... 4 ***• $1.00 Northern Towels..-": 1 ;;: 29o Assorted Colon Northern Towels 2 r 39c Northern—Whit* and assorted Bathroom Tissue Waxtex Roll Pkf. 39° Sandwich Bags... 7 ,;ii 25o Prlcei food Ihrouih Hcclne»Uu> night, June It, 1963. Lean, meaty, Stiver Platter Waxtex Rolls jjjjjMOnly at Kroger do you get Silver Platter Pork 69c 23o Lb. 39* Silver Platter t«an. Grlstli Fre«—Sllv.r Matt4f Rolled and tied Park Cutlett .... tb . 69c """" ""• Butt Bulk itjrliv— Lean—Silver Plutler |\ i Roast Pork Sausage Lb. 49o VALUABLE COUPON K 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 1 with tliii coupon and the imichae* of a half Ib. or larger pkf. of Wafer Sliced Ham Coupon «plrc« Wed. nlshl, Juoe 19, 1963. SILVER PLATTER PORK la especially selected, scientifically fed to produce for our customers the finest in quality Pork product* yielding the most tasty, delectable, leanest pork you have ever enjoyed. .. . Try some today at these low Kroger prices.

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