Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
Page 12
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1963 Employes Of Hartford Get Raises HARTFORD-Randall Caldwell water plant superintendent, Mrs Grace Wroughton, water clerk Police Chief Milford Jacoby, Assistant Chief Jack Noble and two street employees, John Guarino and J. Nolan, were granted increases in pay amounting to $19 a month for each at a recen meeting of the Village Board. Bob Schiber, newly-elected mem ber of the village board, has been appointed police commissioner by Mayor Ed Grapes, replacing Luther Peterson who resigned. Schiber is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schiber of E. Foresl St., has lived in Hartford all ol his life, is an ex-serviceman anc is in business for himself. He was elected to his first term on the board April 16 of this year. Presbyterian Women Meet at Bethalto BETHALTO — A report of the recent United Presbyterian Womans conference in DesMoines, Iowa; was given to the Bethalto Presbyterian Womens Association Tuesday night. 'Hie group hnd a dinner meeting at the Civic Memorial Airport Restaurant. Mrs. James Chapman made the report on the conference and had the- program which was "The Parable of the Kingdom." The group's nexl meeting will be held July '& at Bethallo Presbyterian Church. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE r Roxana Summer Band Concert Thursday Night ROXANA — A "Summer Serenade" will be presented by Roxana School District summer band at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Under the direction of Daniel Jones, the band will play the following numbers: "All My Heart This Night Rejoices," Gerhart; "Austrian Hymn," Haydn; "Lanuit" (the night), J. Cacavas; Russian Hymn, Twoff, "I'll See You in My Dreams," Hrfurth; "Thou Prince of Peace", J. B. Bach; "Cuban Capers," Kinyon; from "Children's Album", "Magic Game" and "A Merry Chase", Bartok-Gordon. 'Chart Plant' In SIU Work, Study Plan EDWARDSVILLE - Southern Illinois University will launch a vork-study plan in cartography his fall with the aeronautical chart and information center of St. Louis to enable students earn vhile they learn. Students will work and learn or two quarters at the ACIC Cen- cr in SI. Louis and then attend ilasscs for two quarters at SIU's Sdwardsville campus. After completion of the work-, itudy program students will re- x'ive a bachelor of arts degree' rom SIU and the aeronautical -•hart and information center will Kite-Flying Awards Made at Roxana ROXANA—A kite flying contest followed the pot-luck supper of Cub Pack 44 Monday evening in Belk Park. Chuck Wiseman received the prize for the highest flying kite; David Stuart for the largest kite and Charles Clark for the smallest kite. All boys were from Den 7. Mothers in charge of the kite flying contest were Mrs. Charles Baker and Mrs. William Morgan. Awards were presented by Bob Benter, committee chairman of Pack 44 to the following: James Mason, Dan Morgan, Richard Lovell and Roland Galletta. A graduating ceremony from Webelos to Boy Scouts was given for Mark Morgan. Sewing Cancelled ROXANA—The cancer pad sewing meeting scheduled for Thursday at the First Presbyterian Church has been cancelled for this month. Daughters Visit ROXANA—Mr. and Mrs. Roy Armes of Rohm Place have as their guests, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Gant and sons of Florence, S. C Mr. ann Mrs. Mervin Opel and children of Marlon spent the weekend here and guests Sunday were their third son-in-law and daugh ler, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Middlecoff of Alton. offer employment to qualified graduates. The St. Louis Center where students will be located part-lime in Iheir studies, is currently assist- ng in work of landing a man on lie moon under Die government's space program. Our Reg. 74c LARGE SIZE BEACH TOWELS _ $1 00 All Girls' SWIM SUITS —NOW— $£00 Be Early! Our Reg. 74c Size 3 to U Boy'i Cotton Knit Polo SHIRTS EAGLE SCOUTS Eckford de Kay, Scout council representative, presents Terry Judson with Eagle Scout award at ceremonies to Rosewood Heights Scout Troop 60 and Explorer Post 60 Monday at the Roxana High School. The other 10 youths looking on also received Eagle awards. 11 Youths Presented Eagle Scout Awards »/ LADIES' AND GIRLS' SIZES 10 to 18 and 3 to 6x SHORTS SIZZLING TOUR, Ladies' Sizes 5 to 10 Boy's or Girl's Size 5 to Big 3 CANVAS OXFORDS DAZZLING BARGAINS if EARLY BIRD SPECIALS if if ALL LADIES' SWIM SUITS $ 0 »» Values to $10.88 U if All Men's and Boy's SWIM SUITS if MEN'S-LADIES' HATS One Group at This Price if ALL SUMMER GIRL'S PURSES Boy's Pajamas Reg. $1.98 Short Sleeve, Long Leg, Sizes 3 to 14. Cotton Plisse $| 00 You'll say WOW! to these ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS—Eleven boys were elevated to the rank of Eagle Scouts in joint court of honor ceremonies of Scout Troop 60 and Explorer Post 60 Monday in the Roxana High School. The class of Eagle candidates is one of the largest in the history of the Piasa Bird louncil, it is reported. The presentations were made by Eckford de Kay, Scout council representative, to: Alan Nolte, John Naef, John Taylor, Gary Teasley, Greg Colbert, Wallie Chambliss, Terry Judson, Dick Judson, Steve Lash, Steve Quigley and Mike Bradshaw. Other members of the Post and Troop received the star, first and second class and tenderfoot awards during the ceremonies which were witnessed by 150 parents and friends. De Kay was assisted by Berdell McCann and Bill Holder in making the presentation. Al Breitweiser is adviser of the post, and Burrel Colbert, scoutmaster. Altoniaii Named to Boys State Post Pete McFarlane, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. McFarlane, 421 East 12th St., Alton, has been elected to the office of Second Ward Alderman at the 27th annual Premier Boys State. The event is being held at Illinois State Fairgrounds. McFarlane, sponsored by Post 126 American Legion, is one of the 1,200 citizens attending the Boys State. Army Reserve Needs Twenty Volunteers Some 20 vacancies are available for enlistment in Wood River- based Army Reserve units, Lt. Jerry Seymour, commander of Battery A of the 13th Artillery said today. Applications for enlistment are being accepted at the Wood River Reserve Armory, 110 Anderson Ave. In addition to the artillery unit vacancies exist in an engineer company and an ordnance company. Those enlisting will receive six months of active duty training and complete their military obligations with meetings at Wood River anc annual summer encampments. SEMI-ANNUAL All This Season's Styles and Newest Colors For Women: Jacqueline Connie Fashion 10 Reg. to 14.99 Reg. to 9.99 Hi-Society Reg. to 7.99 FLATS Connies PARIS FASHION CORRENTI ALL OTHERS For Men: Reg. to 7.99 Reg. to 5.99 Sizes 6 to 12 Widths B, C, D, E and EEE PRICES SLASHED' EVERYTHING GOES! CLEARANCE Open Monday Through Saturday - 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Opon Sunday 12:30 TO 5 P.M. College & Washington - Upper Alton Guide Steps Kingsway Reg. to 13.99 Reg. to 10.99 SAVE ON MEN'S WORK SHOES SPECIAL BONUS: For Every Pair of Dress HOSIERY I8c Limit One Pair ALL CHILDREN'S SHOES From Infants Sizes thru Size 3. Boys' Shoe Size 3'/j to 6 Sale Starts Thursday, June 27th-Open Fri. Till 9 p.m. Syd's Shoe Store 26 EAST FERGUSON CHIC! WOOD RIVER South Roxana^Wanda WCTU Meets Thursday SOUTH ROXANA—The women's Christian Temperance Union ofj South Roxana-Wanda will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday at Wanda Methodist Church, with Mrs. Hazel Russell as hostess. South Roxana Notes SOUTH ROXANA—Mrs. George Herbert and daughter spent the past four days visiting Mrs. Herbert's sister, Mrs. Carol Torbeck and family of Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. John Binney of Missouri avenue returned Tuesday ftom Decatur where they spent the past few days visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heim. Masters Men "SOUTH ROXANA-The Master's Men of the Bethel Freewill Baptist church met Monday evening at the church and voted to pay $45 towards the pastor's expense to attend the convention of National Association of Free-will Baptist churches to be in Detroit, Mich., July 15 through 18. Cottage Hills Girl In U. of I. Sessions BETHALTO—Among the more than 100 high school seniors who will attend sessions sponsored by the Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS) at University of Illinois Campus at Urbana July 28 to Aug. 10 is Yvonne D. Jenkins, 151 Blair Ave., Cottage Hills. JETS is a national organization of engineering-minded high school students. Yvonne, daughter of Mrs. Charles Feldman, will be a senior at Civic Memorial High School this fall. Wood River Church Social Thursday WOOD RIVER — The annual "lawn social" of St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church will be held on the church grounds, 980 Whitelaw Ave., starting at 5 p.m. Thursday. Light lunches will be offered for sale. Mrs. Harold Dolan is chairman of arrangements. Proceeds will go to the church fund. Ideal for Cool Bedroom FITS STANDARD OR CASEMENT WINDOWS! Model 570 TRUE CAPACITY RATINGI All Coolerator cooling copaclllw e«rHfl«d by National Electrical Manufacture™ Association. S 158 00 J Check These Bargains/ 8000 BTU, 110 Volt $178 8600 BTU, 110 Volt 198 9500 BTU, 110 Volt 208 15,500 BTU, 220 Volt 268 Supply Limited at these prices! Othor Models up to 30,000 BTU Open Mon. Fri. 'Til 9 P.M. niion Open Mon. & Fri. 'Til 9 P.M. * * j*. "Authorized Frigidaire Sales and Service" .J£ 550 E. 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