Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1963 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 20, 1963
Page 17
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THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN These Are Just a Few of the Hundreds of Specially Priced Items You'll Find! Take Advantage of These Bargains Now! Pay Later on Our Liberal Credit Plans! S FOUNDERS DAY SPE ".'.'?.>.f ' >< f > A" . ' . ' ;•*,. * ' ' \ . «•. **x *••*•, 0 /^ Have The Looks and Quality Features of $100 Chairs G A M mj/\ ft Comfortable Lounge Chair dl JL V C A or Large Recliner Chair Your Choice $47 As Low As $5 Month (A) "What a chair to come home to!" 100% foam T-cushion and deeply tufted FOAM cushioned backs plus wide rolled arms take care of the comfort end! Upholstered in plastic that will ^Vfl 7 wear and wipe clean! "•* f (B) It's a foam and plastic Recliner with foam everywhere, in rhe seat, back and arms and even in the automatically raising foot rest! It's plastic covered so it will last for a $ Ji ^ long, long time and at Biedermans low price ™fr M UNDERSDAY Exclusive Purchase At Celebration Low Price! Berkley CHOICE! Sleeper-Sofa 2--Pc. Suite or 7-Pc. Room Group Sofa Sleeps 2 On Separate INNERSPRING MATTRESS Stunningly Designed Sleeper Sofa Chair Come see what you get for only $147. A sofa, so trimly designed you'd never dream that hidden away inside is a comfortable innerspring mattress . . . PLUS a large matching chair! Both pieces beautifully upholstered $ and foam cushioned! Co-ordinated 7-Piece Living Room Ensemble I Sweeping-size sofa, matching lounge chair, 3 matched tables and 2 lamps all grouped together in this living room ensemble! , Sofa and chair are expertly tailored in ex- •• pensive looking Nylon Pile $ if A 1 *] \ and have 100% foam cushions! ••"•' • I BROADWAY and Piasa • ALTON, ILLINOIS OPEN EVERY NIGHT • FREE 200 MILES DELIVERY 108 Students In Roxana District Classes ROXANA — The eighth consecutive summer school for elementary students of the Roxana Community Unit School District 1 has reached a peak enrollment of 108 students. This is -10 more students than attended school last summer. There are 56 enrolled in the reading classes which are divided into three groups, with Mrs. Alice Kuehnel, Miss Barbara Johns and Mrs. Geraldine Miller being the teachers. Tlie SRA reading laboratories are being used for the third year summer school along with the teaching of phonetic analysis, comprehension in the study and reading skills. Also being used is the Controlled Reader, a reading machine which gives experiences in oral and silent reading. The instrument provides left-to-righl control with a variable speed range. These reading classes have proved helpful to students w h o need extra help. There are 52 students enrolled in the elementary arithmetic im provement classes with Mrs. Jo Nell Cannon and Mrs. Helen Borchers as the teachers. These classes are planned to provide help for individual differences among 3, 4, 5 and 6 grade pupils. California Visitors ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold and daughter, Judy, of San Jose, Calif., arrived Monday and are guests of their daughter and family, Mi 1 , and Mrs. Tom Brennan arid children of 107 Main St.. South Roxana. Both Mr. and Mrs. Arnold are employed by t h e schools there and Mrs. Arnold is manager of a cafeteria. The Arnolds formerly resided on Southard Ave. and while here were both employed by the Roxana school system. They plan to leave next week to return home. Another daughter and sou-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Brown of California, are announcing the birth of their third child, Tammy Ann, born June 8. Other children are Richard, 7, and Jamie Renee, 5. Brown is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Brown of Wanda. To Attend Conference ROXANA — Mrs. Fred Hicker son of Rohm Place will leave Monday for Elmhurst, 111., where she will attend a conference of the United Church of Christ of Wood River as a delegate from the Woman's Guild. The conference will conclude Friday. MADRID — A Spanish raised horse belonging to a nobleman jockey has been barred from racing any place in Great Britain. Record Attendance At Vacation School WOOD RIVER — A record- breaking enrollment totaling an overall average of 273 students, is reported fcy the Central and Madison Church of Christ during the vacation Bible school which concluded with an all-day picnic Tuesday in the Westerner Club park. The highest daily attendance was recorded Thursday, with 301 present. Wayne T. Hall, minister, Clifton Arbuckle and Joe Groom, elders, served as co-directors of the school. Receives Degree WOOD RIVER — David M. Gentry received his bachelor of arts degree June 9 at DC Paul University, Chicago and has enrolled in the graduate shool of the University of Illinois to continue work in his major field of history. The son of Mr. und Mrs. Ralph M. Gentry, 242 Acton Ave., Da\id is a graduate of the local high school. Tennis Clinic Scheduled At Roxana ROXANA — The Roxana Recreation Department will sponsor a tennis clinic from July 8 to Aug. 9 with H. A. Walmsley serving as instructor. Registration is being held daily, at the swimming pool from 1 to 5 p.m. The program is open to children from 9 to IB years of age in addition to adults. Separate division will be created for youngsters 9 to 12 and for those 13 to 16. The classes will be held on the Roxana High School courts on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Sarah Circle at Roxana Meets ROXANA — Sarah circle of the First Presbyterian Church m«t Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. William Rice on W. First street instead of at the home of Mrs. Calvene White, who is hospitalized. Mrs. Kenneth Nail gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. C. D. Donham was co-hostess. Brighton Club i BRIGHTON — The Pal-Ettes Pinochle Club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Donald Roderfeld. The next meeting will be a picnic followed by a bowling party Miss Klueg to Graduate JERSEYVILLE — Miss Marguerite Ann Klueg. daughter of Dr. (and Mrs. B. H. Klueg, Jerseyville, Uvill graduate from St. John's Hos- jpital School of Nursing, Spring- Ifield, on June 30. The school pin will be bestowed following Mass at 8:10 a.m. 'in St. John's Hospital Chapel. The I commencement will be held at the i Cathedral of Immaculate Con- jception at 2:30 p.m. June 30th. jat the home of Mrs. R. V. Man- idrell. 2300 Hollman St., Alton, on iJuly 3. A Sensational SUMMER WEDGIES AND FLATS WHITE HONEY MULTI LEATHER STRAW STRAPS BACKLESS Widths: N and M. Sizes: \Vz to 10. • Styles and Colors Galore • Tapered Toes • Square Toes • Turkish Toes • Many Other Styles • What's More—You Save on Every Pair Wilshire Shopping Center OPEN NITES 'TIL 9 BIEDERMANS SPECIAL OFFER 4-Pc. REMINGTON Typewriter Outfit! v JL andTfffflKBirmr All 4 PIECES! 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