Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 9, 1963
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, JfJLtf, 9,1963 ALTON EV&WNG SetOMMMe for Perfect Zipper Plackets By.jPAftttCtlltiOIV TWO Hindi 6f Zlppflf plackets ire ui«d for »klH, nfeck or dress 6penlnp~ths ,'• slot type, with two overlapping; edges (a» In Figure 4) arid the tingle lap type (flfUr* 8)» The (Slot plaeket Is perfect for neck anid sleeve openings, and should be used tin princess lino dresses because It will lie flatter; The single 1&« placket on a fitted dress should be held down with a belt* Hew are' some rules to follow: 1. Always securely fasten scnm at eiid of placket to prevent potential splitting. 2. Whenever possible, , to keep sides even baste placket together before applying zipper. 3. Always press seam allowances back before applying zip-' per. 4. If zipper tape Is too long, trim It, but leave at least 1 /6 inch beyond the motal al each end. 5. Do not allow bottom ontl of metal part of zipper to extend below end of placket. If you do, the zipper will tear the fabric. 6. Be careful not lo stretch fabric as you apply zipper. 7. Use an adjustable zipper foot attachment. It permits you to stitch close to the metal, and to stitch on either side of zipper. Slot I'lnukct 1. Center zipper underneath opening. 2. When edges of placket are overlapped, zipper should not show. Overlapping edges should be even In width. 3. To prepare dress placket opening, you must pay special attention to the waistline curve. If the dvess is a princess line, you can clip, the seam allowance a fqw times' as in figure 1. If the dress has a waistline seam, stitch the waistline seam as you normally would until-you reach the' side seam. Then, gradually make the seam narrower outside the placket line (figure 2). This will allow the placket allowances to fold back without pulling. 4. If you want to conceal the pull tab at the top of the zipper when it is closed, make the placket opening the length of the metal or a bit shorter. The tab then slides a little beneath the underarm 1 seam. Miss Scott is always glad to hear from her readers, and whenever possible will use their questions in 'her column, but because of the great volume of mail received daily, she cannot answer individual letters. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Norval Cannon, South Roxana, a daughter, Carla Lorraine, 8 pounds, 12:46 a.m. Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Randall, 8, and Kevin, 4. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mlntert, West Alton, Mo., a son, David Bernard, 7 pounds, 1 ounce, 5:27 p.m., Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital: Elder child, Laura Marie, 11 months. Mr. and Mrs. Clinrlcs Cnveny, Rte. 2, Plainview, a son, Jam'es Charles, 9 pounds, 12 ounces, 11:33 p.m; Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children,' Jacqueline, 5, Michael, 3%, and Kevin, 2%. ..;•,'" • A.1.0. Frwl Trlpp and Mrs. Trlpp, Savannah, Ga, r formerly of Alton, a son, Clayton/Allen, Sunday, 4 a.m. Eldef child, Shawn Daniel, 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. JUchurd Zltz- man and Mr. and* Mrs. Olin Lagemann, Alton. / -,i ' Parks Fete G.Lockard At Party Mr. 1 and Mrs. John Parks of 1804 Washington Ave., entertained with a bachelor party Monday evening honoring Gary Lockard .whose marriage to Miss Mary Lou Jones will take place on July 27. Twenty-one men were guests at the party given In the home of the hosts' son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Parks, 2666 Rodgers Ave. An outdoor barbecued meal was served. The bride-elect Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones of 901 E. Sixth St. Mr, Lockard is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Lockard ol Westwlndl. Drive. The couple will be married in Alton Gospel Tabernacle. \ - Iti trans- Acting routine business Monday night, the Edwardsvllle Community Unit Dist, 7 board of education: Accepted resignation 1 ef W 1 1- lahi Stalfwalt as Instructor in industrial arts at the senior high school to accept a similar posl- Ion at Llbertyville. Authorized employment of three new Instructors, Mrs. Onelda Mile- man, a SIU graduate to teach English in the junior high school, Robert 0. Stnnlsh, 6. graduate of MeKendree College with three College Notes Southern Illinois University tit Carbondale has released on deans' lists the names of area students who compiled 5.0 or perfect averages for the spring term. The students arc Mnrilyn Kayo Hayes, 100 Westerholdt Ave., East Alton; Ralph Mc- Bridc, Brighton; William H. Truitt, Godfrey; Gerald La- Ma'rsh, 843 Lorena Ave., Wood River; Lou Lavon Evans, Car- rolllon; and Lois E. Tuey, Greenfield. Raymond Walter Swift, 3422 Thomas St., was named to the dean's list. Area students also named are Ned L. Freeman, Judith A. Nisbett and Kenneth M. Pearson, all of East Alton; Joseph S. Doollng, Pamela Greenshields and Ronald E. Hunt of Wood River; Neal A. Carter of Roxana; Judith A. Hicks of Godfrey; Joe E. Odell, Moro; nnd Sharon L. Keeton of Batchtown. Edwardsville students named to the list are Lois Jean Becker, Neil J. Hacketl, John P. Helm, Russell A. Helmich, Gordon L. Hug and David L. Poos. Also named to the dean's list are Doris Fensterman, Bunker Hill; Martha C. Lurton, Dow; and Willis R. Montgomery, Grafton. Miss Kathleen Ann May, daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Alton W. May, 40 W. Marietta. Place, has been accepted as a student, for the coming year at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. The student will be a freshman English major. Eighteen area high school students attended Eastern Illinois University recreation camp on the campus in Charleston, last week. They are Mark Buckrig of Alton; and Howard R. Arnctt, Kay Gwillim, Tom Heinz, John Herzberger, Donna Kates, Cathy Konneker, David Lowe, Robin Miller, Steven Peasley, Brad Pfaff, Mary Powell, Linda Surman, Phillip Thiessen, Phyllis Trover, Jim Wadsworth, Drew Whitler, and Lenna Woods, all of Carlinville. The Millers Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller and daughter, Paula, of 7 Holly Hill, returned Monday from a two- week vacation in the Smoky Mountains. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burt of Vandnlia, Mo. 3 Teachers Employed in District 7 years ench of leaching elementary experience to grades, and eorgc E. Wilson, with a bachelor of science degree from Eastern Illinois University and one year of experience, to teach Spanish In the junior and senior high schools. Awarded a contract lo Sunray Oil Co of St. Louis on a bid of 14.1 cents a gallon — lowest of five received — for supplying gasoline for school bus ..transportation during the coming year, Approved a of bus routes tentative schedule in the district for tho 1963-64 school year, a list of bus drivers lo be employed, and authorized purchase of needed school furniture and an electric mimeograph machine on the basis of bids'received. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — One area resident was admitted Monday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and one patient was discharged. Robert Harmon, 1105 Illinois Ave., was admitted and Mrs. Donald Pine and daughter, Hillsboro, was discharged. 936 Per capita gross national product of Guatemala was estimated at $174 in 1960. District 13 Budget Totals $664,152 fiASf ALTON A proposed budget of $664,152 was given its first reading Monday night at a meeting Of School District 13 board of education. The budget Is $li,?45 higher than last year, the proposed budget for teachers salaries was increased by $21,200 and the building fund budget was lowered $12,395.99. The total budgeted for teachers salaries is $438,360 as compared with last year's total of $417,150. The building fund was decreased from last year's total of $97,395,99 ;o $85,000. The municipal retirement jump- eu from $10,000 to $10,500 a n d transportation dropped from $8,000 to $7,952. Proposed for the education fund is $560,710 ns compared with last year's $537,411. The Increase is mainly due to teachers' salaries. Educational fund figures with last year's figures in parenthesis arc: administration, $25,575 ($24,100); instruction and Instructional supplies, $467,950 ($444,150); attendance, $'2,485 ($2,410); health, $7,100 ($7,250); operation of plant, $32,200 (30,450); maintenance, $1,200 ($1,200); and fixed charges, $6,700 ($8,000). The board approved the Bi-State Bus Company's servicing the school transportation for $11 pel- day which year. is the same as last Visit from Wisconsin SOUTH ROXANA — Airman. Ic and Mrs. William Gilbert and children left Monday for their home in Antigo, Wis., after visiting Mrs. Gilbert's mother, Mrs. Ruth Littleton in South Roxana and his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gilbert, near Wanda. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Gilbert's nephew, David McKee. 2 Rosewood Youths Named To Order of the Arrow ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — Ed Harvey Jr.. and Wayne Carnell received the honor of being named to the Order of the Arrow Black Hawk Lodge, during t h e camping participation of Troop 38 at Camp Piasu the past week. The Order of the Arrow is a national brotherhood of scout honor qampers who best • exemplify the Scout Oath and law in their daily life. Ed is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harvey, 561 Sullivan Ave., and Wayne is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Carnell, 148 Rosewood Dr. Carnell also earned the canoing, athletic and pioneering merit badges; and Harvey the canoeing badge and one mile swim award. Other Troop members presented badges and awards are: Mike Hamilton and Richard Piper, canoe, astronomy and swimming; Larry Page, John Harvey, Ron Carnell, Randy Young, pioneering; Page, Young, and K. C. Killebrew, swimming. Lawrence Piper, scoutmaster, accompanied the troop on the week's outing. Suit Filed Against City Club Tavern EDWARDSVILLE <- Tony Pav elek, as operator of City Club Tavern at 8 E. Ferguson Ave., Wood River, was named defendant in a $30,000 lawsuit filed late Monday in Circuit Court by a woman patron who allegedly suffered injuries in an incident at the tavern May 1. The plaintiff, Mrs. Ruth Ann Kaufman, averred that Pavelek failed to repress the behaviour of two other patrons — Identified In the complaint as Luther Harris and Eugene Dudley — Who allegedly were using profane anc obscene language "in loud and raucous voices." When her husband, John R Kaufman, asked the two boistrous patrons to lower their voices- Dudley drew a revolver and her husband attempted to take it away from him, Mrs. Kaufman's com plaint alleged. The revolver fell to the floor she picked it up and was attempt ing to leave the premises to cal police when Pavelek stopped hei and slammed the door on her arm inflicting injuries, "pain anc discomfort and complication dur ing the remainder of her preg nancy." Mrs. Kaufman's com plaint alleged. Mrs. Kaufman asked $15,000 tot her injuries and another $15,001 as punitive or exemplary damag es. Address of the Kaufmans was not listed in the complaint. South Roxana WSCS To Meet Wednesday SOUTH ROXANA—The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church will meet at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Mrs. Rosemary Smith will present the program and Mrs. Mabel Southard will be hostess. Christ Work Day SOUTH ROXANA — The MYF of the Methodist Church will have a "Christ Work Day" Friday beginning at 8 a.m. and proceeds will go into the church camp fund. Any resident wishing to hire the young people may call either the Rev..Rickey George, or Miss Carla Smith.' Idwardsviile Boy to Have HearfSurgery EbWARDSVlLLfc -t Jeffrey Eaves, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Eaves of 624 Wontclaire Ave., will undergo open leart surgery July 30 at Cardinal lennon Hospital, St. Louis, according to the Madison County Chapter of the American Red Cross, The chapter has been asked to recruit 22 blood donors for he operation, blood type 0-posl fve. Prospective donors with this ype blood will go to the St. Louis Regional Blood Center, 4901 Wash Ington Blvd., Monday, July 29 between 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m Transportation will be arranged for donors and anyone wishing to donate blood for the boy Is asked to phone the Red Cross office. Persons between the ages of 18 through 59 arc eligible to donate. An unmarried person, regardless of sex, between the ages of and 21, must have written consent of parent or guardian. Woodbiirn Girl Al SIU Workshop WOODBURN — Miss Susnr Cope, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fred Cope left Sunday to speuc a week at SIU in Carbondale. Susan, a junior at Bunker Hi I High School, received a scholar ship to attend a workshop on radi and television for high s c h o o juniors and seniors. Visiting Parents WOODBURN — Cp. Carl Rhoad is spending a months fur lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cope. He has jus completed a two year tour of dirty in Hawaii with the Marine Corp? and is now stationed at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Woodbiirn Notes WOODBURN — Mrs. Floyd Bos tick has received word of the death of her father, Max Zeunei of Alfeld, Germany, on July 3. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pennington visited from Wednesday to Sat urday with Mr. and Mrs. Jamei Pennington in Plainfield, Ind. Rick Bowkar of Alton was a weekend guest at the home of Mi and Mrs. Fred Cope. Mrs. Clarence Davis is a surg: cal patient at Alton Memoriii Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Thyer an DeMolay Chapter to Be Named for George Guker WOOD RIVER - A new name, the George E. Guker Chapter, Order of DeMolay," has been elected by the advisory council .s the official identification of the ocal organization which has been :nown as the Royal Chapter, Ord- r of DeMolay, since it's organi- atlon In 1955. The new title will be officially dopted at the Nov. 2 meeting, vhen a class of candidates will be nltlated, and the revised chapter vill be presented in formal ceremonies. Changing the official title was ;oted by the council to honor the ate George E. Guker, a 33rd degree Mason who served the Wood *iver lodge 19G2 as secretary 25 ears; and was active in both the Mton and Wood River DeMolay organizations. Plans for the change were mode it the Monday meeting of the xmncll In the Masonic Temple, Vlacy Berry, chairman, reports. Fred Foster, chapter advisor, innounccd members of the DeMo- ay chapter will be honored at he Sept. 4 Ladies Night dinner necting of the High Twelve Club n the Temple, when G. Webber Bell, executive officer of Illinois, vill be guest speaker. Car Hit By KKRS WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Russell Bell, 40 Eckhard St., reported to police Monday that sometime between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. vandals threw eggs on the left side of her car while parked in front of the library. No Water, Meadowbrook House Bums MEADOWBROOK - Fire of undetermined origin destroyed a two-story home here early this morning as firemen stood by hlep- lessly and watched, because they ran out of water. Meadowbrook volunteer H r e- men used all the water in a pump er truck and a near by well and while the truck left to be reflled, the flames flared up again and engulfed the entire frame structure. No one wasliving in the home as it was being remodeled for ocupancy. The property reportedly is owned by Walter Legate of Bethalto. KOBBER COULD WAIT MTAMI f/p)- -After herding a bakery clerk into a bathroom and locking her inside, a robber waited on three customers be fore cleaning out Hie cash regis tor, reported Wnririail. delective Tom Boy Admits 12 Burglaries ALfOtt -* A flood River tksy ha* admitted commuting 12 burglaries in East Alton and one 1ft Wood River. Me was ap&reheftded by John Crotty. the loot stolen by Ihe youth estimated at $800. The youth late Monday admitted burglaries at 104 Merman, 117 Shamrock, 535 Bowman, 149 Haler, 709 Rldgeway, 600 Ohio, 229 Wood River, 411 Berkshire, 521 Kent, 805 Amherst, 703 Valley 3rive and Lincoln Addition. The youth was questioned by Wood River police Monday and confessed burglarizing the home of Mr. and Mrs. .Tames Hafvlson, 805 State St., Wood Rivet. Officer Crotty began his investigation Sunday after two homes were burglnri/ed in East Alton while the occupants were at church. NOT WANTED MIAMI f/P) — Probation officer Russ Eavenson was asked to leave his desk behind when his office was moved into Dade County's new Criminal Courts Building. Inspectors had found termites in Eavonson's desk. SLURP, »ON'T TWIST ROME (AP) — American tour- sts visiting Italian restaurants are sometimes amazed to see Italian customers holding dripping spaghetti above them and 'inhaling" it, rather than twisting it on a tablespoon. Italian etiquette is that if you must twist it, do it one-handed with your fork against the plate. 3ut to twist it on a spoon is strictly a lower-class maneuver, and to cut it up is strictly Amer- can. The truly elite "slurp" their spaghetti. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily sons, Stephen, Joe and John, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Buhs and sons, Terry and Dennis, motored to Merom, Ind., Sunday. Joe Thyer, Terry Buhs and Leslie and Rickie Hardison will spend the week at the United Church o f Christ Camp. Greene County Scene of Coon Dog Water Race CARROLLTON — Greene County Fox and Coon Hunter's Association sponsored a coon dog water race Sunday at the Jake Freeh pond south of Carrollton. The first tree trophy was won by Dale Hensley of Granite City, with Monday and the second tree placing was won by Norbert Reichman of Carrollton, with Red Rocket. The first line trophy was won by Harold Allen of Jacksonville with Demon and the second line placing was won by Norbert Reichman of Carrollton with Red Rocket. Get the wax • out of your ears with KERID«Droosl THRlFTY DRUG Youth Cump CARROLLTON — Lindsey Flowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Flowers, and David Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carter, both members of the Junior Department of First Baptist Church, went to Springfield Sunday and are spending this week at the Baptist Youth Camp on Lake Springfield. Mrs. Herbert Harr, a teacher in the Intermediate Department of First' Baptist Church, is also spending the week at the Baptist camp as a counsellor. J & A Springman HAS YORK WHOLE HOUSE AIR CONDITIONING Godfrey, 'ill. Ph. <«6-S«l ...and PLEASE make people more careful! year people caused more than 100,000 forest fires. They didn't mean it—but all it takes to start a forest fire are a few sparks from a cigarette, match or (?ampflrc and a little carelessness, fbUoyt Smokey's ABCtl Always break matches in two. PC sure all firos are out. \ Crush all smokes dead . in an ash tray, Duraclean "flower fr9«n"«'t«n/nif NQio.aklng,nQ»hrlnkingl NO ruinous scrubbing I jColors come alive! •pUM&M&N. iUU&l Only you can prevent forest fires For Luxurious Sleep ... Consider A Foam Rubber Mattress If you haven't slept on Q foam rubber mattress unit, you can't realize the comfort and rest you've been missing, The smooth soft surface of the mattress, and the deep support of the extra firm box spring gives you the flat, no-sag position your body needs for healthful, comfortable sleep. Available in medium, firm or extra firm weight, there's one just right for you., Come in and try them soon. $OQ 50 $ 1 J.Q 50 Priw from 99 P«r ••* to **f 9 ' per set (Set Include* mattress & box spring) BuyQnJQCoby's Convenient Time Payment Plan PerWni At R«er intrcnw 187 I, headway Alton Jacoby's Since 1883 LIKE TO GET IN ON A TRADE SECRET? Of course you would—especially when it's to your advantage, The secret is simply this: Your Cadillac dealer has been enjoying such phenomenal sales this year that he has welcomed a record number of first time owners into the Cadillac family , , . and he'd like to welcome you, too. That's why, when you trade your present car in on a new Cadillac, you'll probably be delighted to discover how much it's worth. This happy couple just recently got in on the secret.. . and no wonder they acted fast when they got the facts. For right now they're living the motoring dream of their lives, From a styling standpoint, they are enjoying the handsomest Cadillac ever built. It has size and stature, as well as dignity and elegance, fta interiors are wonderfully roomy—and singularly luxurious in appointments and convenience. The car's performance is a revelation oven to experienced Cadillac owners. Its advanced engine, improved Hydra-Malic and True-Center drive lino make every journey a unique delight. All this, of course, Is in addition to the traditional Cadillac virtues of great dependability, superlative quality and extraordinarily high resale value. Going in and see for yourself, And be prepared to learn the most delightful trade secret you've heard in years! VISIT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER LEE KLEIN CADILLAC, Inc. 1410 E. BROADWAY • HO 6-3534 \ v''i •?<m

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