Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
Page 16
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Section 2 Pages 17*28 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sports Amusement* Classified Established January 15,1836. ALTON. ILL., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. NEW EAST ALTON SCHOOL Architect's drawing of the proposed new Wash- ing school on St. Louis Avenue, East Alton. The build- ington school to be constructed on same site as exist- ing is expected to be completed by September, 1964. Trophies for Macoupin Fair Listed CARLINVILLE-The Macoupin County Fair which begins July I'o in Carlinville, offers the following trophies and lists those who will donate them: Four silver trays in harness racing; which is held each evening at twilight (6 p.m.) beginning July 17. Trophies will be given by the Carlinville Naional Bank, Farmers and Merchants Na- ional Bank of Carlinville, Carlinville Feed Store, Bel Aire Motel of Carlinville. Livestock departments: Junior Beef trophy for grand champion bull over all breeds to be given by Kime Grain Co. of Nilwood; grand champion heifer over all breeds, trophy to be given by Leach Farms of Chesterfield; grand champion steer, trophy by Pressler Conoco Service of Carlinville. Open class beef trophy for grand champion steer over all breeds, by Ralph Stevens of Carlinville. Junior Swine department: trophy for grand champion boar over all breeds, given by Byron G. Bates of Carlinville; for grand champion barrow by Carlinville Beverage Co.; for open class grand champion barrow by Girard Elevator; carcass class by Hunter Packing Co. of East St. Louis. Junior Sheep department: grand champion ram over all breeds trophy given by Town and Country Hardware store; grand champ ewe, by Boente Shell Service Stations; grand lamb, by Whitby Electric Service; open class weth er lamb, by Robert Kaufman Truck Service, all of Carlinville. Open class Dairy female, trophy given by William Hartke Jr. of Litchfield, Junior Dairy female, by Richleau Farms of Girard. Special trophies will be given as follows: for the best Shorthorn female in the Junior Show, by Pin Oak Farms of Carlinville; for the grand champion female over all breeds in Junior Beef Show, by Illinois Valley Hereford Association; for grand champion Angus Female in 4-H, by Illinois Valley Angus Association; and for the best gilt, any breed, in 4-H by Rezniek Farms of Hettick. Trophy in the Calf Scramble, which will be held Friday evening, July 19, will be given by Robert Boente Radiator Shop of Carlinville. Trophies in the Tractor Pulling Contest, which will be held Friday, July 19, beginning at noon, will be given by Macoupin Farm Equipment Co., Rathgeb Bros., Konneker-Brown Implement, and Fred Smith John Deere Co., all of Carlinville. BY STAGE COACH BARKERVILLE, B. C. (/P) — This former northern ghost town has been renovated. An ancient stage coach will carry tourists through the area this summer and the old courthouse, abandoned since gold rush days, has been rebuilt as have other old landmarks. New School for East Alton EAST ALTON-Call for bids to erect the new Washington School at the site of the existing school on St. Louis Avenue is expected in six weeks, according to Hanner & Breitweiser, architects. Specifications and drawings for the proposed 10-classroom building, to be constructed behind the present Washington School, should be completed by then. The structure which will feature a IVa story type classroom building, in addition to an adjacent office building, will be of brick and will feature porcelain panels in aluminum curtain wall, according to the architects. There will be a total of 21,600 square feet of floor space and approximately 220,000 cubic feet within the dual structure. In the office building, where offices for the school district will be relocated, will also be housed the kitchen, and multi-purpose room. The classroom building is 66 by 106 feet in size and the adjoining building is 66 by 98 feet. Inside of the buildings will be exposed laminated beam construction, which adds an esthetic quality while keeping cost down. Terrazo floors will be used in the connecting halls for the building and vinyl asbestos tile will be used in the classrooms. The new type cove lighting will be used for interior illumination. The roof of the structure will be sprayed fibre glass type. Though air-conditioning is not being installed, provisions have been made so that it can be added later, if desired, in the classroom building. The offices will be air-conditioned. Following completion of the school behind the existing Washington School, the old building will be torn down and that area will be used as a playground. WOOD RIVER — Marion Wilcox, 628 Roanoke, Edwardsville, assistant refinery manager of Sinclair Oil Co. refinery was installed president of the Rotary Ulub Monday night, succeeding Charley Reuter. Other officers installed were flay Randels, vice president; FAT IN THE FIRE SALINA, Kan. UP)— The fat was in the fire—literally—at a packing company in Salina. The blaze began in a smoke room where bacons and hams were being cured when fat from the meat apparently dripped into the fire, flared up and started the blaze. About 2,200 pounds of meat was in the smoke rooms. TERMITE SPECIAL Any Siw Home $97.50 — ALSO — $1.00 PER ROOM To Eliminate All Household Pests DEPENDABLE Termite Control Co. Member of Alton Chamber of Commerce 2615 Stare St. PHONE 462-9647 KEEP SUM, TRIM AND REGULAR* THE SUNBRAN BREAD WAY AU-BRAN TO AID REGULARITY SUNBRAN BSAWY BOOKLET. Just send in your and address to the Bakery address listed below and receive a free Sunbran Beauty Booklet giving you pointers on how to b« your most "glonow" selft Taystee 4101 Cook Ave. St Louis 13, Mo. Rotarians Install New Officers at Wood River Jersey Girls Attend Cheerleaders' School JERSEYVILLE - Three cheerleaders from the Jersey Community High School have returned from Normal, 111., where they took part in the second session of the 10th annual Summer Cheerleader School at Illinois State Normal University. Attending from here were Linda Wallace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Wallace of Grafton; Cathie Mauzy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mauzy of Jerseyville; and Martha Powel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powel of Jerseyville. Harry Steinrauf, re-installed secretary; Orville Brunjes, again installed treasurer. Lloyd Coffman, a past district governor from Roodhouse, conducted the installation ceremonies and followed with a speech emprahizing the four pre-requisites for a successful Rotary Club. Leon Wilson served as master of ceremonies. Reuter was presented a plaque and a golf bag and cart for his service as president the past year TRIMMING! SPRAYING! CALL FOB FAST EXPERT SERVICE 466-1840 STATE LICENSED MORGENROTH'S NURSERY AT LAST! A NO-MESS NO-DRIP WAY TO ADD COLOR TO YOUR HAIR! color foam HAIR COLORING RINSE AND CONDITIONER Just push a button—and it foams on! Lets you add color to your hair almost as easily as you change your make-up. Natural* looking highlights are yours in minutes-and they last shampoo after sham- pool Color Foam leaves hair silky-soft, too-blends in gray effectively. 10 shades. »2SO plu , tax. I''- 1 Now being featured ai all 5 I THRIFTY DRUG STORES i l'-t 'i ;' ; -;;: Alton Area's Cosmetics Headquarters * & _ , '.*'-$ HURRY! BACK TO REGULAR PRICES JULY 1! 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Big 120 Sq. Ft. Bags 15"x96" Butts Reg. 6c 4'/2C Sq. Ft. POURING WOOL INSULATION THIS is the finest insulation you can possibly use in your home. Permanently fireproof, vermin proof. Resists moisture, vibration and age. Retains insulation efficiency through the years! Will not pack down! 98 c Per Bag CONSTRUCTION FIR • LENGTH 2x4 2x6 2x8 2x10 8 Ft. 10 Ft. 12 Ft. Good Framing .. . _. Lumber! Save " •"•* During This Sale! 16 Ft. 670 920 Reg. 1 1Q 1.36 lllu Reg. i lt 1.59 Reg. 1 1.81 '• --1,51 K-2.21 2.27 2.65 Re8 2-02 25 i ; 3.041 Reg. 4 BE I ,, , Q OiOO 4.39 Reg. A AC 5.01 **' UD w FOR THE GARAGE OR CLUBHOUSE SERVICE DOORS 2'8"x6'8" 3-tITE BEG. 13.8C 11.77 Big 4-Ft. x 8-Ft. Sheets! Reg. $1.98 Ea. 1 IYIASONITE! BIG 4'x8' SHEETS! YOUR CHOICE OF FINISHES! TEMPERED 1/8 Inch $3.79 3/16 Inch $4.98 1/4 Inch $6.39 PLAIN 1/8 Inch $2.50 3/16 Inch $3.39 1/4 Inch $3.55 PEG-BOARD! 4.30 THE BOARD OF 1000 USES! WE'VE GOT THE HOOKS, TOO! BIG 4'x8' PANELS ONLY $ FIR PLYWOOD! SANDED SMOOTH! 4 FT. x 8 FT. SHEETS! '/4-INCH %-INCH '/2-INCH $ 3.07 $ 4.16 $ 5.41 s '/••INCH 6.14 '/4-INCH 7.20 PLYWOOD SHEATHING NEW L-O-W SALE PRICES 4' x 8'! 5/16-INCH REG. 3.20 '/2-INCH REG. $ 4.86 3.94 %-lNCH REG. 3.52 5 /8-INCH REG. $ 5.53 4.58 ••••••••••••••I BUILD THIS BIG 20'x20' GARAGE YOURSELF! FOR ONLY SALE! ROOFING! complete FOR ALL MATERIALS! Except Concrete This roomy 20'x20' garage has an attractive porch and extra storage room . . . styled In the new horizontal manner with Southern Pine dropsiding . . . Heavy roll roofing in your choice of colors . . . With three generous size (Might windows and Ill-panel overhead door. This low price includes all the loose building material you'll need to build this garage! Many other single and double models to choose from. Use our E-Z Pay Plan. JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" AT THRIFT USE OUR EASY-PAY PLAN! See our lumber department for special sale prices on high quality 3 in I style shingles! Your choice of white or blends! 210 Pound Shingles C^ Ff TOO 7.55 Sq. Ft. ROLL ROGFSNG IN RED, BLACK, WHITE OR GREEN! Slato . Coated 80-Pound •3.78 SMOOTH FINISH 45-Pound ? 2,50 55-Pound $ 2.83 65-Pound $ 3,16 IIIIIBIIIMIIIIWIIMIIII BIG 108 SQ. FT. ROLLS! GLIDDEN PAINT SALE!! '•WHIM. ONE-COAT MOUSE PAINT SAVE $1.20 ON IMPERIAL HOUSE PAINT Save 1/2 on painting time . . . Save up to 50% on painting costs! Imperial actually covers In one easy to apply coat . . . giving the same gleaming beauty and lasting protection you'd expect from 2 coats of ordinary paint! One gallon does the job of two! Beg. 7.08 $g CQ Quarts Gallon — $1.88 NEW SPUED HOUSE PAINT 50% longer life than regular house paints! Ideal for wood or masonry! Dries in wet or dry weather in just 20 minutes! Bog. 7.08 $g Q 1 ! Quarts Gallon — $1.05 SAVE NOW ON SPUED GLIDE- ON MASONRY PAINT Won't flake, chip or peel! This tough vinyl-latex paint goes on masonry, stucco and asbestos shinnies easily. Use inside or out! 37 colors! Beg. fi.80 : Gallon — — 4.93 SAVE $1.29 Per Gallon on Quality ENDURANCE HOUSE PAINT ONE COAT COVERS MOST OLD PAINTED SURFACES! 48 MODERN COLORS AND WHITE I Brushes easily — Dries to a tough, elastic film that resists moisture and weathering. Self cleaning! Made from top quality pigments und oil for maximum durability. Some dark tones slightly higher. ..ENDURANCE HOUSE PAINT Reg. $6.98 Gallon. ... 5.69 Reg. $2.10 Quart 500 BELLE ST. ALTON'S MOST POPULAR HARDWARE & SUPPLY COMPANY OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. — FRIDAY AND MONDAY 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING!

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