Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 19, 1963 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 19, 1963
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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , ftJNft 19,, 1963 South Roxana WCTU To Meet Thursday SOUTH ROXANA - The South Roxana-Wanda Women's Christian Temperance Union will mce! al 1 p.m. Thursday at Ihe homr of Mrs. Wayne Russell in Wanda for their Juno mooting. Missionaries Horc SOUTH ROXANA - The Rev.' and Mrs. Kenneth Ogleshy and dinner guests Saturday at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Binney of Missouri Ave. They are visiting Mrs. Oglesby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Binney at Staunton. Mrs. Oglesby is the former Miss Joan Binney and is a graduate of St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing. MANCHESTER — Latest auto registration statistics show tha the number of cars in England i Karen Sue Stahlhut Wins Miss Edwardsville Title daughter Faith of Elhopia were steadily declining year by year WHO WARRANTS THIS BIG ITEM FOR 2 FULL YEARS OR 24,000 MILES? Ford, that's who-read the fine print! Some new car warranties offer you "long-term" protection on part of the car, then shortchange you with as little as 12 months' coverage on the rest— important items like paint finish, muffler, suspension system. Not Ford. Ford's warranty* covers every part of the car—and runs for a full 2 years or 24,000 miles. It's proof of our confidence in the cars we sell. Come see, come drive the great new quality-built '63 Fords today. •Ford Motor Company warrant* to Mi dealtn, and ita dealer! In turn warrant to ownara, la follows: That for 24 month* or (or 24,000 milet (3 montha or 4,000 mflea on 427*cu. In. high-performance V-8 engines and related power train componenta), whichever cornea flrat, free replacement, Including related labor, will be made by dealera of any part with a defect In workmanship or materials. Tirei are not covered by the warranty; appropriate adjustments will be made by the tire companies. Owners will remain responsible tor nor* mat maintenance services, routine replacement of parts, such as filters, spark plugs, Ignition points, wiper blades, brake or clutch linings, and normal deterioration of soft trim and appearance items. The warrantiea referred to herein are applicable to products Bold In the U.S.A. and In certain neighboring areas. NOW! OVER 50 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM SEE YOUR FORD DEALER CHUCK DIERING FORD SALES, Inc. 1400 East Broadway F.D.A.F. EDWARDSVILLE — Miss Karen Sue Stahlhut, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Stahlhut of 912 Ruskin, was chosen "Miss Edwardsville" Tuesday evening in the third annual Junior Chamber of Commerce competition, held at the high school gymnasium. Miss Stahlhut, a 1963 graduate of Edwardsville High School who plans to attend the University of Missouri in the fall, presented a piano solo in the talent section of the competition. She will rep- •esent (lie local Jaycees in the "Miss Illinois" competition this summer at Aurora. Miss Nancy Sue Dain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dain of 307 West Fourth, a student at Southern Illinois University, was chosen second runner-up. Miss Dain presented a selection from he Broadway hit, "Gypsy," "Let e Entertain You." Miss Jeanine Pass, daughter of Vfr. and Mrs. Wendelin Pass of Rte. 3, Edwardsville, a student t James Millikin University, was hird runner-up. Miss Pass pre- ented a clarinet solo. Miss Faye Bartels and Miss 'arol Bess were also among the ve finalists. Miss Bartels dis- layed gowns of her own design nd making and Miss Bess gave a ramatic reading flrom "The .ark." Other contestants in the compe- tion were: Miss Sue Droege, tfiss Mary Paproth, Miss Sharon ond, Miss Judy Bess and Miss 5etty Ann Witcher. The Edwardsville Junior Chamer of Commerce, who has won rst place in state competition for IB past two years with their set esign and staging of local con-1 ests, last night out-did previous tage efforts with a setting of IB garden of a colonial mansion, omplete with massed flower eds, evergreens and a wishing 'ell and old oaken bucket. Miss Tona Carter, retiring ueen, was presented by Philip Veber, 1962-63 resident of the aycees, and crowned the new ueen. Jack Minner, president ...but the best thing to take is moneyl Like so many other good things, a family vacation is much more fun when you save for it in advance and avoid debt. It's all pleasure when it's paid for. Plan to make your next vacation carefree. Start a savings account at Germania Savings and add to it regularly. Highest earnings of 4.6%, paid or compounded quarterly, help your savings grow. . .and your savings are insured by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. 4.6% CURRENT ANNUAL RATE ON SAVINGS PAID OR COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY August 31 • November 30 • February 28 • May 31 Savings Received by the 20th Earn from the 1st MISS EDWARDSVILLE Miss Karen Sue Stahlhut was chosen as Miss Edwardsville in the Junior Chamber of Commerce sponsored competition Tuesday evening. Miss Stahlhut, a June graduate of Edwardsville High School, will represent Edwardsville at the state contest in Aurora for "Miss Blinois". elect of the group, introduced Jerry Legow, Edwardsville, master of ceremonies. Entertainment and musical background for the competition was supplied by Mrs. H. J. Moll, professional singer, the Walt Schlemer Orchestra and the Edwardsville High School girls sextet. Judges were: Richard Harvey, executive director of the Patricia Stevens Finishing School, St. Louis; Mrs. Polly Nash, youth editor of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat; Mrs. Lorraine Klasek, personal representative of the St. Louis Municipal Opera and the American Theater; Herb Drury, teacher of piano and theory, St. Louis Institute of Music; and Glenn E. Howertori, of the Southern Illinois University Fine Arts Department. Toastmasters Get Surprise Topics In an experiment to give speakers practice in making impromptu speeches,, members of the Alton Toastmasters Club were given surprise speech topics at their Monday meeting. The topics ranged from simulated situations, involving a member of Congress speaking on women astronauts, to a chamber o: commerce president welcoming delegates to an industrial conven tion. Speakers included Henry Beni- ecki, Melvin Flack, Vic Stamps and L. L. Anderson. Carrol Knutson was in charge of the program. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Smimj tiATinK) .«.vi!!&'7 I 9 to 4i*0 Mpnd»y thru Thursday • Friday 9 toe •49 CAST BROADWAY • AUTON, ILLINOIS We Accept Collect Calls Phone 217—465-5543 Postage Paid Both Ways Statement and Pictoifyf Brochure Sent Upon Request Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Ed Butler of White Hall was a guest Sunday of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pranger Jr. The Rebekah Lodge will meet Thursday evening in .the former I.O.O.F. hall. Mrs. Katherine Holtman of St. Louis arrived Sunday to visit her relatives, including Miss Anne Pranger, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sturman, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Farrelley, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pranger and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pranger. B. W. Hyatt was called to Los Angeles, Calif., last week by the death of his mother and while still there his brother-in-law, Dew ey Gage, died suddenly. Miss Sharon Robinson of Springfield arrived Monday to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Clark and daughter of Carbondale are spending a part of the summer with Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Clark. Mrs. Clark graduated last week from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and her husband is still a student there. Miss Kay Grauel of Balboa Is land, Calif., who teaches in the Huntington schools, will arrive Friday to spend a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, George Grauel. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kauth of Chenoa were weekend guests of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs James Neuschwander, Donald Meek is spending this week in Eldon, Mo., with h > s brother, Robert Meek, who is employed there. Mrs. Ellsworth Black of Jacksonville and her daughter, Mrs. M. Q. Webb, and children, Carol and Chet, of Wilmington, Del., were guests Tuesday of Mrs. Black's mother, Mrs. F. A. Linder. Mrs, Webb and children are guests at the Black home en- route to Estes Park, Colo., where they will spend a part of the summer at a camp. Webb will join his family in Kansas City accompany them to Colorado. Commission To Hear Zone Cases July 9 The Alton City Plan Commission set 1 p m. July 9 as a public hear- ng to hear a request on rezoning at 1405 State Street from single 'amily use to multiple dwelling and office use. Frank E. Bemis, 621 E. Broad- vay, in an application to the Plan Commission Tuesday said he would move his chiro practice office to the location at State and Madison Streets and remodel the up- itairs into an apartment. The iroperty is owned by J. R. Holt. An application by Gordon Ru- lenstein for a public hearing for he rezoning of a piece of property n Blair Street east of Tlby Street or use as a warehouse was can- elled when he withdrew the peti- ion. In other Plan Commission ac- ion, the group rejected approval f a plat of Oak Hills Subdivision n the east side of Pierce Lane in lodfrey due to lack of detailed nformation. The commission pointed out the lat did not show existing build- ngs; names of adjoining property wners or provided for an easement for the Godfrey sewers. The subdivision is being develop- d by Leo Kleinschnittger. Milton Cub Pack Has Wietier Roast A wiener roast and potluck sup- >er was held by Cub Pack 15 of Hilton School aMts regular meet- ng Tuesday at .the Westerner !lub grounds. The winner,*in a "rocket" race vas Larry Hull, who received a rophy. Other awards given were: Alton Municipal Band Will Play on Thursday, Sunday Alton Municipal Band concerts will be presented Thursday in Riverview Park and again Sunday in Rock Spring Park. Both concerts will begirt at 8 p.m. The program will include Alford's "Colonel Bogey;" selection from Richard Rogers' "Flower Drum Song;" Cole Porter's "Can Can;" "Gypsy Gaiety," by Bennett; "Swing Your Partners," by Morrissey; "Gypsy Love Song," by Walters; "Anniversary Song," by Jolson; "Yellow Rose of Texas," by George; "Tic-Toe Polka," by Lama, "Tropical' Meringue," by Munoz and Sousa's "Semper Fidelis." Jerry Fagan will be featured in tenor sax solo, "Tarentelle," by Walters. Fined $15 for Assaulting Wife During Fracas Bobby L. Solt, 1249 W. 9th St., was fined $15 and costs Tuesday after pleading guilty to an assault and battery charge brought by his wife, Mary. Solt was arrested after a fracas at the M&M Drive-In, 1300 Cental Ave., Monday night. Police were told Soil's wife was in the drive-in after closing hours with several other people, and Solt broke in. Solt received hospital'treatment for a head injury suffered dur- ng the fracas. Mike Belangee, Carl Hinners, Ricky Murphy, and Ricky Minor. Plans were made for a swim at Camp Warren Levis Friday. Methodists Support Dr. King OAK PARK, 111. (AP) — Delegates of the 186,000-member Methodist Rock River Conference: have unanimously voted a resoltt- 1 tion backing Dr. Martin Luther King. The statement praising the Negro leader of peaceful demonstrations for integration was adopted without debate at an annual meeting Tuesday. It said in part: "We express to htm (Dr. King) our admiration of his spirit and his faithfulness in action to the principles of civil rights as they relate to in- tegraton; moreover, we thus declare our unity in spirit with him and the aims and purposes he is seeking to make a reality." Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When you are tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may bo blocked—and you become constipated. New COLONAID tablets relieve this misery with a new principle—a unique colonic nerve stimulant plus special bulking action as recommended by many doctors. Result? COLONAID puts your colon back to work—gently relieves constipation overnight. You feel great 1 Get clinically-proved COLONAID today. Introductory size 43* Ckfboitdtfle Toil* - An esti- mateil 28 perttnta ate "signed up" far a bus tout of the Southern i&riois University area at qiarbdndale Sunda^, Alddrrfian V(6to* fhegze reported, keserVations for citizens and bitehiessraen of the Edwards- vittte area ate still available for the Wir to acquaint residents with \e relationship of a unl- vereityUodated near a city, the aldermiaj said. Sweden\nd Finland pttivlde 40 per cent of the newsprint used In fPittvtna ' \ Tak* s tha Helm of Your Own Boat and Hava Fun! Skipper'your outboard or inboard motorboat and enjoy a new world of fun. Finance your craft on a low-cost Boat Loan from us. Convenient terms. See or calf Ken Klpos at MIDSTATES FINANCE GO. 311 Ridge near Broadway PHONE HO 2-9214 ill SUMMER VALUES Sizzling with 'sell-out' price and quality appeal .3 great sale days June 20,21,22 7 --f^f'K SUITS -vi -iu \-,ii ' .i_'«-.,n LtU, M ':•-, ffc',v ';'<"-/ A \ 1 -""'"" GIRLS' MACHINE-WASH COTTON JAMAICA SETS Fantasticlbwprice, premium quaKfy cottons. 5 Bhirt styles in sun- fun prints afod. stripes. •Trim-fit shotfs, 7-14. Sale 97° LITTLE BOYS' 'GRANTOGS' POLO AND* SHORTS SETS • Wecan't mention names • . . but you'd recognize them as the top nationally advertised hrniuls! • Knit and Lustex fashion* you've seen at double or triple this incredible low price! • Really superb quality in styling, fabrics, eolors •nd workmanship. • Great assortment . . . but limited quantities of individual styles. • Misses,' si/«s 32 to 3«. Aforoffian 1000 ttortt to serve you coast to coast "Chaw-IP Ho money down f/txtefe forms Denim or twill cotton shorts in solids; 100% combed cotton polos ia washfast stripes. 3-6X- Sale 1.27 lilt BOYS' WQVflM GINGHAM COTTON SPO»T SHIRTS Note these fine details: washable, ivy or sport , styles. Choice of assorted plaids. Sizes 6-16. Sale 94* iSAVE OH WOMEN'S COOl CASUAIS i V' e/oif/c-fop bow pump flaltfo banbatktandai '. Flattie: white rubber sole, and heel. Black, red, beige. \ < Sandal: raffia vamp; soft •< cushion foam vinyl insole; in natural. Both: sizes 6-19. Sale I OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. - SUNDAY 1 P.M. to $ r IAST6ATE PUZA MHOfi'lNQ 1 I t .-

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