Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 17, 1963 · Page 13
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June 17, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Section 2 Pages 13-22 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ^tablished January 15, 1&3&. ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1963 7c Per Copy Sports Amusements Classified Member of The Associated Press. CARLINVILLE — Nearly 120 high school youth, from six counties, representing 40 Presbyterian Churches, are attending the annual Senior High Summer Conference of the Alton Presbytery which opened Sunday at Blackburn College. The Rev. VV. Kennard Lacy of Brighton is dean of the conference which will e n d June 22. A staff of 20 will carry on tine activities of therweek. The senior high young men and women will live in the dormitories at the college and eat in the dining hall. During the week the students will form a choir, operate a newspaper and organize a drama group, in addition to classes and worship programs, said Rev. Lacy. The staff, who arrived on the Blackburn campus Saturday, is headed by Rev. Lacy, dean. Business manager is Rev. Lavern Justis, o£ White Hall. The Rev. Dr. Joseph C. Dana, Blackburn chaplain, will serve as vesper speaker. Also on the staff is the Rev. Fred Cornell, moderator of the Presbytery, of Belleville. Other staff members include the Rev. M. Edwards Breed, Jerseyville; Robert Cook, E. St. Louis, 111.; Rev. Dr. David B. Maxton, ranite City; Rev. Ondrew Mc- Vfullen, Fosterburg; Richard Wagner, minister of music and Christian education at the First Presbyterian Church, Alton; Miss BETH ALTO VILLAGE HALL The old style, two-story brick structure is Bethalto's present village ball, and the new one-story hall is now under construction, with completion in late summer or early fall. The old hall now contains the Bethalto Woman's Club library on the second floor, a jneetuig Jersey KC Officers to Assume Posts JERSEYVILLE — Newty eleci ed officers of the Jersnyville Covin cil Knights of Columbus, will assume their posts on July 1. William Hanson, Jerseyville business man, is the new; grand knight succeeding Ray Alexander Other new officers are: Ray Bunse, deputy grand knight; Carl Beiermann, chancellor; Roger room and jail on the first floor, and the fire trucks and fire fighting equipment are housed in the attached block building to the rear. The new building will have space for the fire and police department, jail, offices, conference rooms and library. Goctlcn, warden; James Charow, recording secretary; A) Schleper. treasurer; Renard Hagen, advocate; Alfred Lawler, outside guard; Leonard Muffley, inside guard and Henry Heilxig, member of board of trustees. Delegates to (he 'state convention are Henscn and Alexander. '"^SV-CIV^^/J;?:-^?'^?^-.*^!^''^*^. WEDDINGS 1 ALL DIRECT COLOR! Alternates arc Max Nowak and William P. Dougherty. TRIMMING! SPRAYING! CALL FOR r FAST EXPERT SERVICE 466-1840 STATE LICENSED MORGENROTH'S NURSERY ; , / '- i ,- narrow set ,,, I"'J - six-way fashion,, exciting new ny new v/ >^ - mamenform C Y M B A11 strap/ess SI X-WAY* symbol of carefree loveliness Here is a bra that knows its place and stays there... thanks to its ingenious non-slip elastic back. Circular-stitched cups gently wired underneath are accented by a light-as-air foam lining for lovelier-than-ever curves. Exclusive six-way® straps adapt to every neckline. A, 6 and C cups, 3.95. D cup, 4.95. IASTGATE PLAZA Open daily till 9 p.m. Senior High Conference O Under Way at Blackburn Jersey Boy Fractures Arm Short Will Head Jersey Red Cross JERSEYVILLE — John Short, Jerseyville pharmacist, was elected chairman of the Jersey County Chapter of the American Red Cross at the annual meeting of the chapter last week in the Red Cross offices in the courthouse. He succeeds Otto Wilson who has completed a two-year term. Other officers elected were Sheriff Paul Miller, first vice president; Otto Wilson, third vice president; and Postmaster Arch Nelson, fund drive- and publicity chairman. The second vice president will be chosen by the Women's Division of the Jerseyville Chamber of Commerce. The new officers will assume their posts July 10. The funds of the local Red Cross Chapter are nearly exhausted as the quota in Karen BUsh, Belleville; Miss Gladys Butler, Alton; Miss Hope Cousley, Alton; Miss Christine Daniels, Belleville; Mrs. Carol Holler, Litchfield; Miss N o r m a Nolan, Alton; Mrs. June Schmoeller, Brighton and Miss Patsy Adams, Collinsville. the drive was not met. The Women's Division of the C. of C. are endeavoring to sponsor a project to secure additional funds in order that the local Red Cross office may remain open and the Blood program retained. Jersevville »/ Blood Drive Set June 28 JERSEYVILLE — The Red Cross bloodmobile will be in this city Friday, June 28 and will be set up at the First Methodist Church between the hours of 1 and 6 p.m. Mrs. Paul Richey,chairrnan for the Jersey County Chapter has an nounced that Jersey County residents who receive blood at any hospital other than the Jersey Community Hospital, should notify her so that the blood credit may be established. JERSEYVILLE — Mark Wils o n, 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson of Jerseyville sustained a fracture of t h e left forearm at the home of his grandparents at 6:40 p.m. Friday when ho jumped from the bannis- ters of the porch. He was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital. Arlus Day of Jerseyville was hit n the month by the crank of H factor at his home Friday afternoon, lacerating his lip. He was brought to the local hospital .vhere the wound was sutured. Janette Welch of Jerseyville was bitten by a dog Friday after- 10011 and sustained an abrasion to the right leg above the knee. She was treated at the hospital and eleased. Russell Logan of Medora was arought to the local hospital at 2:45 p.m. Friday for treatment of an ankle injury. He stepped on a piece of wood at his home and slipped incurring a severe sprain of the left ankle. Second of a series -ALTON; M THERMOV ALTON HELPS AMERICA Local American Oil operation is Company's third largest Processing approximately 70,000 barrels of crude oil a day, the Wood River plant of American Oil Company is an important part of the Alton economy. Even more, its employees are active participants in community affairs. Much of the financial stability and progress of Alton can be traced to such industries as American Oil Company. The many factories and places of business located in Alton help us all grow and prosper through the taxes they pay and the active part they play in the community. Their progressive attitude and efficient operation attracts new business to Alton. It attracts new people, too—and every 100 new manufacturing jobs add 65 more service jobs to Alton's working force.* Thus, each Alton business and industry contributes to our prosperity no matter where each of us is employed. So Alton continues to grow, backed by the stimulating enthusiasm and aggressiveness of its business community. It's a growth reflected in the energy of our city and its people. Truly Alton is a great place to live and work. •Source: U. S. Dept. of Commerce This message presented by Piasa First Federal as a community service f IMT SAVINGS PIASA FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Accounts Insured to $10,000 by Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation DIVIDENDS PAID FOR OVER 75 CONSECUTIVE YEARSI 37 YEARS AS AGENT Madison County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE CO. STANKA GARAGE State Street North Alton Dial HO 5-8889 We reserve righMo limit PORK CHOPS C. W. Quality Guaranteed first cuts Ib. Rib Pork Chops CO C Tenderloin Chops JLJ* Center Cuts Ib. *J • C. W. Quality Guaranteed Ib. "<^ Ground Beef Beef Liver Fresh, Lean Ground several times daily Young, Tender serve with bacon and onions Ib. Ib. 49 c 49* BANANAS Golden Ripe BEETS kom " r ° w " 1 5c Brick Cheese • FROZEN FOODS Potatoes *-iSr* 4£4fc Chefs Waffles 2 "£ 39c p*^l^Wf ^m?i?p^«^s-:^ i? \wis»a SK.,^4--* f >fc, w s t< ^v*\^ *>> •• ,*W).JXl~i>K/. >«< +\O v «.rVt- 1 xx3.^>}V-M!tf*''«* 1 * J .*%f*J l ^Sa Old Fashion Style, Sliced Kraft's American CREAM y a -lb. CHEESE P k. 35 WHEATIES CHEERIOS 12-oz. pks. 2-49 Mix or Match! OBANGi FEKOE C.W. TEA PINEAPPLE ' u " c w APPLE BUTTER ,:„ to, 35c SPAGHEHI 2 t:; 65c RICELAND RICE FRANCO AMERICAN MUSSEL 28-oz. 2'*:'„, 29c E. b - 33c MAN lor 31c HERSHEY'S COCOA "y onb 33c Baby Foods Rinso-Blue Heinz Strained ScOff Label 4 box limit 10 4 4'/ 2 -oz. jars large bxs. 15c TRI-CITY COUPON l& C W a §? W. TT. Worth 15c Toward Purchase STRAWBERRY 54c Pr^CAruAc Wifh 2>lb - r reserves coupon jar chaii 1 , coup ° n "" "''<""•' "»h odditional $1.50 o, ma,, pur cnai. of meal!, grourin or Btodut., nol including cigarall.i 01 ony couponed Hem. Coupon expire! alter Wed." June 19 Cuilomo' mull pay lalei lax involved. ! New Low Price! iiiiiniiiiiiuiiL i j tall cans $ 1 Royal Crown Cola Brisk, Bracing, Fresher Tasting 1 6'QZ. 6 bots. 49c SOFTEX Facial Tissues CORNET Toilet Tissue 4 Dash Thrill Downy Starch Starch Renuzit Cat Food Roach Hives for automatic washen 3-lb. box - 77c Pink Liquid Suds 12-01... 37c Fabric Softener 33-oz... 89c reg box 39 2 Argo Glos$ UNIT Air Freshener 4 odor, KIT KAT "GATOR" 36-oz. box 12-oz. bxs. 33« pkg. 33

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