Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1963 · Page 12
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July 8, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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KS- ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Class Yt> Meet Tuesday — Members of the Friendly filbie Class of Nfsl Baptist Church will meet Tuesday evening at the church. Mrs. Meda Dowdall Is the program chairman and the hostesses will be Mrs. Dewey Staples and Mrs. L. J. Lowell. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. Nina Trusty of Eldred was admitted to Boyd Memorial HospKal Fri- Herve Your Eyes Examined Evety Yeat Your eyes change but your glasses don't! Indiana Governor FORTY ODD Pledges Rights Push By Peg Bfacken and Rod Lull EAST CHICAGO, Ind. (API "Indiana will enforce democracy and freedom fully, completely and with enthusiasm that liberty must have to survive in a world in dire peril from abroad and threatened at home," Gov. Matthew E. Welsh told a Negro women's convention Sunday nig'U in East Chicago. Welsh said his administration would continue to press in every area of state government tor equality of opportunity. day for surgery. Admitted Saturday as medical patients were Mrs. Roberta Cook of Carroll ton, Mrs. Loretta Lee of Ches terfield, and William Baker o While Hall. Dismissed Saturday were Mrs Nellie Kurtz of Eldred, Frank Phillips of Greenfield and John D. Snyder of Carrollton. 25% to 50% OFF! 49c to 59c 0 Girl's Panties V for 39c M Girl's Panties *t for 59c Q Bobby Socks U for $1.98 Long Sleeve Boy's Shirts $1.00 Boy's CQ C Gym Trunks vv w $ 1 28 Gallon Only Super Kern-Tone $439 Reg. $6.59 Gal. 59c Sweat Socks 3 Pair ALL SCHOOL SUPPLIES Winter Caps and Gloves up to OFF! 50°/c 0 OFF! OFF! Jeanie SHORTS & SLIM JIMS Lee RIDERS & WORK CLOTHES SEWING NOTIONS BABY GIFTS SPORTING GOODS OFF! PAPER PRODUCTS HAIR ROLLERS & COMBS HAIR NETS & BOBBY PIKS DOLLS-GAMES-TOYS ROXANA VARIETY PARK FREE AT BIG SHELL STATION Roxana—Rt. Ill 2nd & Central Coins Out of Business Roxana Village Permit No. 1 "Jen, do you want to put something in our will about the cheese glasses or just give 'em all to the Smithsonian?" Club Will Meet at Meeloi f a MEDORA — The Hobby Club will meet Friday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bill Ruyle. Junior tlnnipnmkrfs MEDORA — The Junior Homemakers meet at the home of Mrs. Bill Golike Tuesday at 8 p.m. I'nticnf nt Itnspltnl MEDORA — Earl T. Rhodes is a patient at Carlinville Area Hospital under treatment for a heart attack he suffered last week. Swlni Pfogfnm MEDORA—The Macoupin County Red Cross is conducting A free swim program at the Carlinville Lake starting July 8 through July 19 with daily sessions beginning at 1:30 p.m. Children who have completed the second grade and up may participate. Unit 9 school buses will leave Home EC Show Set July 24 at Hardin HARDIN — All 4-H Home Economics clubs in Calhoun Coun ty will participate in the county 4-H show, which will be an event of Wednesday, July 24, in the Hardin Grade School gym. Judging will start at 9:30 a.m., and exhibits are expected to be in place at that time. Exhibits will include clothing, foods, baby sitting, handicraft, room improvement, photography, flower arrangement, etc. Superintendents for each project have been chosen from among the 4-H leaders in the county. Judges will be home advisers from outside :alhoun County. Each 4-H member will be required to exhibit at this show to be eligible for premium monies. Clothing projects will be judged n the morning, and at 1 p.m. i style revue will be staged in the gym. During the revue, which open to the public, three girls l be chosen to model their garments at the State Fair in August. One garment will be selected for excellence in construction, to be exhibited at the fair. Seventy- eight girls will take part in the style show. In flower arrangements, one irl will be selected to go to the air to make her arrangement, and one alternate will be chosen, n the dining table cover project, me dining table cover will be :elected for exhibit at the fair. In addition to the above, there vill be competition in foods demonstrations and public speak- ng. These activities will take Dlace in a classroom of the school, and will also start at 9:30 a.m. In foods demonstrations, one irl will be chosen to demonstrate at the fair, and two delegates vill be named to attend foods classes there. In order to participate in this activity, a girl must lave attended a foods demonstra- ion school held earlier this summer. In public speaking, a girl from iome economics and a boy from igriculture will be chosen to represent Calhoun County at the fair. The public has been invited to ,'isit the show at any time during he day and examine the projects prepared by the 4-H members. Attends Music Camp HARDIN — Miss Patty Hanks •eturned home Friday night from Urbana where she had attended i two-week music camp on the campus of the University of Illinois. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. «C A MAN NEEDS A CASTLE TO CALL HOME ALWAYS AVAILABLE OME ANS Prompt Personalized Service Quick Commitments Low Closing Costs SAVINGS & LOAN Association 430 E, THIRD ST, DIAL 465*4483 Paul B. Hanks and her sister Beth, drove to Urbana Friday to attend the final concerts of the music camp bands, and to bring her home. Patty had attended the camp on a scholarship from t h e Hardin Woman's Club. Ftro HARDIN — The Hardin Fire Department was called out late Friday night, when a blaze was discovered in a building on.South County Road which houses the Eldon Fuller Shoe Repair Shop. The fire apparently smoulder- ed for some time before it broke into flames. Damage to the building and contents was not immediately estimated. BERN — A Swiss firm reports plans to build overseas soon. Plan Dinner For Calhoun 4-H Leaders HARD1N — Four-H leaders ot Calhoun County will be guests at n dinner Tuesday evening at Buck's Grill in East Hardin at 7:.30. The dinner is one of a series being sponsored by business men of the county, for 4-H leaders. A regular business meeting will Foster Tmvtisltip Ta* League 10 Meet FOSfERBURG — Foster Township Tax League will elect officers at a meeting at Foster Township Hall at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Piasa at Stevens Store at 12:20 p.m. and arrive at the Medora Grade School where it will leave at 12:30 p.m. En route to Cas- linville it will pick up passengers at Chesterfield at 12:45 p.m. A fee of thirly cents per day must be paid to the bus driver before departure of each child. UPHOLSTERY GLEANINC! EXPERTLY DONE IN OUR PLANT COUCHES ' 15.00 CHAIRS $ 7,50 Plckccl-Up Cleaned and Delivered CARPET & COLOR CENTER MONTICELLO PLAZA PHONE 466-1145 FHBB ESTIMATES GIVEN IN YOUK HOME! OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.! Hurry Lewis, Sr., will be principal sp'onkor. ^Fiflal Hgurc* say that $25 million worth of goods were sold at. the Japanese trade fair last year. ' follow Ihc mcnl. Plans wil he made at that time for the county 4-H shows, bolh homo economics and agriculture, and the demonstration contest and public spcrik Ing contest. J & A Springman ItAS A COMrLfOfE HOME PLANNING CftNTKU . INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT *""**««»£ REPLACE FAULTY GLASS NOW! WE USE PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS CO, DURIBBON GLASS SEALER ON ALL BENT GLASS INSTALLATION! PANORAMIC WINDSHIELDS DOOR GLASS • VENTILATORS BACK WINDOWS See your insurance agent, then see LYONS GLASS GO. 2400 Belle St. DIAL HO 2-2731—ALTON, ILL. « 300 EAST BROADWAY • FREE STORESIDE PARKING OPEN WON., THURS. & FRI. TIL 9 P.M. We Made a Special Purchase of Famous BED-SOFAS SAVINGS Are Passed onto NYLON-FOAM BED-SOFA Complete With SEPARATE INNERSPRING MATTRESS EXACTLY AS ILLUSTRATED WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING For over 64 Yean we_ hovo mad» it eoty' for people to own fine furniture, by handling all financing. .Buy Now—Pay later! 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