Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 19, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 19, 1963
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1963 Shipman 4-H Club Plans Tour Aug. 4 ~ SHIPMAN - Tlir members of 49rr 4-H Club mrl Friday night at Ihr (Jiiy Baker liomr and made plans for the annual •observed. T ;i } k s and demonstrations were jjivon by Bonnie and Tim! Baker. Niithnn mid Ronee Koiles; nnd ,l;imes Bray. The Guy Bak- i;r family served refroshments toi L'3 mcmbnrs and quests. The next Hireling will be on July \'2 at tliei Howard Slampo home. { OI>SCTVPS Birtltilav Mrs. L. Stone Heads Club At CaiTollton CARROLLTON - Mrs. Leonard i SHIPMAN -- Mrs. W. S. Mat-' S'one was installed as president' lack observed her birthday .Sim-'"' Carrollton Business and Pro- din, (iuesls were: Mr. arid Mrs.' Cessional Woman's Club Monday project tour t;onion McAllister .SI .Louis: Ro- evening follow ins a dinner at and dinner to be held on Aug -1. | )el .| Matlack. Cleveland. Ohio; .Day's Colonial Room. A polluck dinner \vill tic served, Mr. and Mrs. I'Jdward Purdy and Others installed were Mrs. Milin the community park at 1 p.m. familx. Chicago: Mr. and Mrs. ;dred Kania. vice president: Mis after which each members home V a 1 e Christopher. Rosewood • l^is Logan, treasurer. Mis \vill be visited and their projects Heights: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon,,lames Graves, recording secre- Matlack and daughter. Brighton: lary; Mrs. Jack Inman. corie. 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Matlack and: ponding secretary. Toniffllt mid Tliurs. Arc Fnmll.v Xiphls. All Scut* iiir. KI DINKS' MATLVUK Continuous from I p.m. Every Wednesday TODAY AND THURS. \V. S. Matlaek. Read "TrloKraph Want Ads Daily Thursday 9 p.m. Wed. 3:00, HMO. 3:!ir> p.m. WafcDisneu —— •«« VCIIR KHUIS *^ • n wi Bran fMtnru • K if i« D n t.<i « nsri wrauna OL « 7:15 p.m. Wed. 1:17, 7:«.'i p.m. UOXANA, ILL. Thurs.-Fri.-.'Siil. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from I p.m. >o I'tirkiMK Problems Ph. Cl, -I-BB13 or CL 4-7271 Thurs., Kri., Sal., Sun. Sean Comiery—Ursula Amlress Joseph Wiseman "DR. NO" Color 9:09 Laurence Hiirvey—France Xuyeii, Martha Hyer "A GIRL NAMED TAMIKO" 7:M .SKLKCTKD SHOUTS MURKY! TONITE & THURS. Open i« MNAVISION AND PATHECOLOR TERLORRE BORisKARLOFF Shown 7:80 9:30 Sto'rts Friday: Marlon Brando "UGLY AMERICAN" "Kiddies Summer 1 un Show" Every Tuesday 1:30 All Summer • Following lier installation Mrs. j Slollc read (hc » anws of thp L||I!I "'i men of the various committees; for I the ensuing year: j Mrs. Bessie Schnelten and Mrs , Metla Dovvdall. program coordi- I nators: Mrs. Mary Rockwell, [i- j nance: Mrs. Rosemary Hard• wick, personal development; Mrs. i Alan Roads, civic participation; Miss Nelle Pegram. world affairs, | international and Miss Geggyj Schnelt, national; Mrs. Charles; Bishop, legislation; Mrs. Carroll! Tapp, membership; Mrs. Everett j Mehl. emblem; Mrs. James Graves, public relations; M r s. Mildred Kania. health and safely; Mrs. Jack Inman, career advancement: and Miss Helen Duncan and Mrs. Fred Ashlock, historians. Mrs. Rosemary Hardwickj and Mrs. Bessie Schnelten were in charge of the installation ceremonies. The program was a review of the various ways in which the club has participated in civic affairs and was planned by Mrs. Everett Mehl. assisted by Mra Mildred Kania. The July meeting will be in the Will Vaccinate Dogs at Shipman |m. Residents are asked to bring paper to the scout house at the 1 Community Park beginning at 9 i am. Those who has no way of get- SHIPMAN — Dr. Robert Brake, ,.,,,. M I lin £ P a P pr lo the P 31 * may co from Litehfield.| |af * Gf , ol , Rp Krausf> Jr for plck . eis Frpiderieh. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gee of A*- roya, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Blakeman of Bloomington and Mr. and Mrs. John Blakeman of Hudson have been at the Rolland ville. veterinarian will be in here Saturday at thel u p . Shipman Community Park from • Sbipman Notes | 4 lo 8 p.m. to vaccinate dogs for! SHIPMAN — Mrs. Mildred! ,„!„»,, \ n t,, r rabies. lC vo,-ker accompanied Mr. and | Blakeman, who was fatally ,n ur- Pam-r Drive Set Mrs .Tames Moran to Havana |ed when hit by a car in Bunker SHIPMAN - The local Boy (Sunday where they attended the | Hill Friday. Funeral services were I Scout Troop will have a paper j wedding and reception of Miss Scott home called here by the death of their mother, Mrs. Mable held Tuesday at. the Mac-key [drive Saturday beginning at 5> a. .Judith Sue Smith and Lloyd Frnn- neral Home in MurrayvJlle. SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN! 100% ACRILAN! OUARANTEJED. S YEARS GAS L/IVE TO BRIGHTON TONITE & THURS. JERRY LEWIS "THE NUTTY PROFESSOR" STARTS FRIDAY: Wall Disney's "Savage Sam" Comfortably COOL WILDEY WITH THE at... MID-TOWN DINING ROOM OPEN SUNDAY at NOON 7th & Central Alton, 111. Illinois Power Co. natural gas Hue being extended to Brighton along Highway 67-111. Utility plans to have is line and distribution system completed in time for approaching heating season. form of a picnic supper at the! While Hall. Mrs. Tilley is the home of Mrs. Bessie Schnetten. | former Ellen Walker, daughter of Attending Institute Mrs. C. G. Purl of this city, and CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. James H. she will leave for Oxford, ac- Tilley Jr., of Claren-i companied by her husband's pardon Hills are attending the Na- ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Tilley tional Science Foundation Insti-jot White Hall. tute at the University of Mis-! Accepts Position sissippi at Oxford this summer.; CARROLLTON — Miss Bar- Tilley received a National Science | bara Robinson, daughter of Mr. _ ______ Foundation grant. He will belaud Mrs. William Robinson, has] Jones will move from the apart-i studying for his M. A. degree in, accepted a secretarial position atimenl of Mr. and Mrs. Sophia! Physics and Mrs. Tilley for her i the Stale Hospital at Jacksonville! Petit to the home on South Third! M.A. degree in Mathematics. 'and began her work this week, j Street which is being vacated byi MJ-. and Mrs. James Neuschwan- 1 Class Party Set The Builders Class of the Melville Congregational Church will have a class party 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the church. Hostesses will he Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaber and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baird. SUNBRELLA Awniugs, Patio and Carport Covers, Fences For the prettiest home on rhe block, choose SUNBREUA— the first canvas fabric ever made of Acrilan* acrylic fiber • Fashionable styles — gay • GOARANTEGfr 5 YEARS stripes, rich solids • Protects furniture, carpet draperies from sun-fading, sudden showers • SUNBRELIA stays cleaner, brighter — wonderfully wrinkle-free v MHDEWPftOOT, BOmtOOF. SftlCONE WAffiR • Gives yowr horn* unmatched beauty, keeps it 8 to 15 degrees cooler Phone «• today for a few estimate by owe of our trained «MM*famfe, or no TONITE Thru TUES. CAPRI OIDST.LOUIS RD. CL.4-2M4 Open 7:00 Starts Dusk The Excitement of Today's West! LIZ and ROCK ELIZABETH ROCK JAMES TAYLOR • HUDSON • DEAN PLUS! SUMMER PLACE SANDRA DEE TROY DONAHUE TONITE Thru TUES. BEL*AIR HWY.664III TR. 6-9636 Open 7:00 Starts Dusk AT GIBSON'S LOWEST PRICES ON: Men's Watches—17 Jewel 19.75 Keystone Movie Camera 39.50 Men's Diamond Rings 69.50 Typewriters—Prescision Built 59.50 Sunbeam Shavers 19.95 Wilson Golf Clubs—5-Pc. Iron Set 44.50 3-Pc. Luggage Set 19.75 and hundreds of ether choice gift items! STOP IN TOMORROW... Open an easy payment account or add to your present Gibson Furniture Account JEWELRY AND GIFT CENTER ACROSS FROM GIBSON FURNITURE 408 E. BROADWAY HO 5-4477 ALTON Tilley. who has already gone! Miss Robinson is a graduate of I to Mississippi, is the son of Mr.; Carrollton Community Unit High I and Mrs. James H. Tilley ot \ School in the class of 1963 and took • ~ i and passed her civil service examination in April. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Two babies were born this week in B o y d Memorial Hospital. A daughter was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Webb of Fieldon. A. daughter was born Tuesday lo Mi 1 , and Mrs. Myrle Gilbert of Greenfield. Mrs. Gilbert is the former Rutli Ann Brooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brooks of this city. Stanley Carr of Kane was admitted Tuesday for surgery. Louis Cartel' of Carrollton was dismissed Monday. Dismissed Tuesday were Mrs. Jennie Borlin of Carrollton and Mrs. Ethel Hedgecoek of Greenfield. Kesidences Sold CARROLLTON —The brick residence on North Main street owned by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullivan has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. James Neuschwander w h oi i i will move there within a fewi i weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan! ; have brought the residence on; North Sixth street owned by Mr.: and Mrs. James Pohlman and • \\ill move there, also within a: ; few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald der. PAMPRFI I TENT AND 1/MmrDC.LL AWNING CO. ALTON HO 5-8885 WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS 100 CENTRAL Paris police will get a raise. Bring Lasting Beauty to Your Bedroom.. M/APII Pleasingly Priced! Authentic Colonial Piece* Expef&y Cmfted IT'S ALL NEW HERCULES I 1 CAPTIVE WOMEN PLUS! SOAR TO NEW HEIGHTS OF ADVENTURE FUBIT. LnTbtuff STAHIIGHT DRIVE-IN _ THEATRE ~ = ftOUTE 140, COtUKM AVt • A1TON, H.UNOIS : BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:0(1 Special Engagement Starting TONITE THE MOST EXCITING AND ROMANTIC REAL-LIFE STORY EVER LIVED... NOW BECOMES THE MIGHTIEST SEA- SPECTACLE THAT EVER SWEPT ACROSS THE SCREEN! Men lashpd by a cruel captain! Mutiny surges wins the storm-tossed ship! A voyage ol violence! A moment of ecstasy amid a nightmare! ANMROKIiOSENBEIiePflODUOT MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY The Bounty is welcomed nativii Of Tahiti! TECHNICOLM* ifflfFl • mm HAYDN *TNHU • mmm ..?.'.*.'!!!7£!rV,. .«,;ri'."!.';«.,r ma\Mw«<^iwMU»u KWI.BRONISUU KAPfR PILMIO M UITM< PANftVISION /O* I FIRST TIME AT POPULAR PRICES— CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE L Herc*$ Furniture with die Charm of the Past You'll Enjoy for Yean Ahead! ' Double Dresser 50x17", H*. 32* with Plate Mirror 24x32" 4 Drawer Chest 30x17", fit. 42* Full Size Low Footboard Bed 169 Nothing DOWII- $2.50 j)t;r Went COMPLETE All Pieces Band-rubbed to Glowing Finish that Grows Lovelier through the Tears! When yen eftaoce solid mapto yoo make a wise investment that yowTI appreciate mom and MM m the 0o by. These lovely pieces hove lasting style and hand-rubbed finish bos a luscious hue (bat mellows with Roomy drawers with hardwood interiors are dust-proofed, dovetailed, center guided and bond-fitted for gliding. Bros* finuh hardware gives on authentic Early American look to the pieces that toeU aualitv ™A throughout. You're sura to be proud of this modestty priced bedroom funtitura charm to yowbojn»lor*o tittle! CHOOSE ROM VARIETY OF OHM STOCK MB6B9 Trude-In Your Old Suite 6IBSON FREE STORESIDE PARKING OPEN MONV THURS. & FRI. UNTIL 9 P.M. 41lf E. BROADWAY JUST WEST OF THE e|lDGE HO 5-5541

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