Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1963 · Page 9
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July 10, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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, JULY 10, ALTON &VEWNG TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Tolkn After Dinner At Gtirr-Mton tf.S. Senator Paul Douglas, who is making ft tour of Illinois, wag honored Monday at Hi 30 a.m. at a coffee at tfie American Legion Mall in White Hall and was also guest of hondr at a Utncheoh at ilSO p.m. nt Day's Colonial tt&ohi in Carrollton sponsored by the Greene Cduitty Democratic' Women's Club and the Greene County Dem" ocratlc committee. The <86 guests at the luncheon were county officials, Democratic precinct eonirnltteeniett and other party workers, following the luftchcon Senator Douglas spoke on the Cotirthotise lawn. Ofdef til thfi AMW CAftftOLLtOM — torn Carrno- dy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thonias Cnrmody, a member of Carrollton Boy Scout Troop 23, was awarded the Order of the Arrow at ceremonies held in connection with the local Scout camping trip last Week at Camp Warren Levis. Carmody was selected by the troop for the honor but had to have a first class rank in Scouting before he could receive same. Nineteen members of the Troop returned home Saturday from the camp where they had spent last week. Assistant spoUtmasler Louts Schreiter spent-a part, of- the week with the group and Scoutmaster David Brown spent the remainder of the week with them. Downtown Alton—Wilshire Village, East Alton QUALITY MEN'S WEAR BIGGEST SUMMER SALE IS NOW ON! Featuring Nationally Advertised Brands of Clothing, Furnishings & Shoes in Cool Summer Styles and Colors and Savings of 20% to 30% .;.. j all taken from our own stock. Baptists at Carroilton to Incorporate CAttttOLLTON - Members of First Baptist Church of Caroil- ton will meet Wednesday, July 17, at 7:30 p.m. at the church for the purpose of forming a religious corporation. The corporation will be formed under provisions of a religious corporate act and a constitution and by laws will be adopted and a board of trustees of seven persons will be elected. The church will also be given a corporate name. Honored nt Shower CARROLLTON — Miss 3illye Obsl, daughter of Mr. and Mra. William Obst of Hardln, who will be married Aug. 10 in St. Nor bert's Church in Hardin to John Griswold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Griswold of White Hall, will be honored at a linen shower Sunday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. Molthrop Black of Carrollton. Miss Obst is the head of the home economics department at Carrollton High School. Moving to Vreeport CARROLLTON — Mrs. Arthur Walters, who has been making her home in apartments at t h c home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson, will move soon to Free port. Mrs. Walter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roodhouse, are also residents of Freeporl. Clark Funeral CARROLLTON — • Funeral services for Joseph E. Clark, former Carrollton business man, were conducted Tuesday at Simpson Funeral Home by ' the Rev. Roger Christianson, pastor of the Methodist Church. Pallbearers were Leonard Stone, Francis Geers, Andrew Kirbach, Joseph Pranger, Robert Hindeland and Grant --Crest DEPOSIT . holds your choice '•'..'. on Grants v Layaway' Plan or you can "CHARGE-IT" No money down 1.25 weekly One week onlyl July 11 to 17th..~. Our greatest blanket event of the year! Over 1000 stores to serve you coast-to-coast SUPER-NAP FINISH RAYON-ACRILAN® BLEND Sate... 3.54 Machine washable! 94% rayon, 6% Acri- lan acrylic; full 3-lb. weight. Nylon- binding. Size 72x90". In 8 clear colors. QUALITY. RAYON-ACRILAN* IN EXCLUSIVE PLAIDS £ate...3.88 90% rayon, 10#> Acrilan acrylic. Scotch plaid or block plaid; beautiful color, combinations. Size 66x90" twin; 3V4 Iba,' 80x90" double, 3 J /i Ibs JSale 434 MACHINE WASHABLE 100% VIRGIN ACRYLIC Sate... 5.94 "Fiber Loft" processed acrylic yarns for lasting beauty. Nylon binding. Size 72x90"; 3-lb. weight. White, pastels, WASHABLE, COLORFAST 'CAMEO ROSE' PRINT Sate...4.94 Pink or blue rosos, matching acetate binding on snowy white. 3-pound blend of 94% rayon and 6% acrylic fibers. 72 x 90* size. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "Upsy-Dalsy-, Kiddo!" W. J. Moore. Burial was In Car- roltton Cemetery. 82nd Birthday CARROLLTON — Dr. J, Mol- throp Black, retired St. Louis physician, who resides here, will be 82 years old Sunday and will be guest of honor Saturday at a picnic dinner at his home. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON - Mrs. Reglna Howard and Mrs. Ada Ligon, both of Carrollton, were admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital as medical patients Monday. Admitted Tuesday as medical patients were Joseph Langer Sr., of Carrollton and Glenn Rands of Hettlck. Admitted Tuesday for surgery were Miss Susan Scott of Carrollton and Miss Margaret Schild of Eldred. Dismissed Tuesday were Mrs. Joyce Goode of Greenfield and Mrs. Lula Haddock of Carrollton. KEPIMEVEI) GLOBE, Ariz. (Wl) — Superior Court Judge E. R. Thurman was locked up — in a bus. Accompanying the jury to a murder scene, the jurist was busy checking notes when jurors climbed out of the bus. As soon as all were out, the driver locked the door. Then someone saw the judge and he was released immediately on his own recognizance. Eldred Graflon Woiflfltt Injured iti Fall JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Ross Rowling of Graftoh was injured in a fall at the home of her daughter Monday afternoon. She was leaning against an open basement door, slipped and fell down stairs. She received multiple contusions and abrasions and was admitted to the Jersey Commutt ity Hospital at 3:30 p.m. for further observance. Sharon Cremeens, 3 of Jcrsey- ville, stepped on a nail Monday evening at the home of her grandmother and suffered a puncture wound of the sole of her left foot. She was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital where she was treated and released. Parents of Dftughtc* JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Gail Schwarz of Alton are the parents of a girl born at 8:10 p.m. July 6 at the Jersey Community Hospital. They have named the baby Laura Abbot and she weighed (i pounds and 9 ounces. She is a granddaughter of the late Mrs. Victoria Harlow of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schwarx of St. Louis. Mrs. Schwarz before her marriage was Miss Clara Harlow. Other children of the couple are; Victoria 5'/ z , Norma Gail 4 and Calvin 2. Upturns Prom Jacksonville JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. John Mouth returned Sunday from Jacksonville where she has been spend ing several days. Parents of Son JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chandler of Dow have given the name Bentley Lamar to their Infant son bottl flt 2:08 Jrily 5 at thn Jersey Cotttffiuh% Hospital, the baby Weighed 9 pounds and 3 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hutchinson of t)ow and Bentley Chandler of Green Cove Springs, Fla. Mrs. Chandler was formerly Miss Christina Hutchinson. This is the first child of the douple. The world's highest average annual temperature, 88 degrees Fahrenheit, is found at Lugh Fefrati- di, Somalia, Africa. ELDRED — Leslie Howell of Jerseyville spent from Thursday until Sunday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borman. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bushnell were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schaaf anc family of Medora. Carla and Jane Ann Brannan ol Godfrey spent the past week with Iheir grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Kleth Brannan. Their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Richard tirannan spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Coonrod and family of Granite City are spend ing their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coonrod and her parents at Detroit, III. Sunday geusls at the Coonrod home were: Mr. and Mrs. Junior Herring and daughter of Kampsville, and Eugene Coonrod of Jacksonville. Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Charles Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Shackelford and Clinton Clayborne of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Brannan and son of White Hall, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cunningham and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles King visited in Springfield with Mrs. Roy Evans, a patient in Memorial Hospital, and at' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Skaggs. Something New . . . . Something Designed For You! DANISH MODERN Danish Contemporary has swept to new heights of popularity because Danish captures the mood of modern America! Here's the perfectly correlated Danish Walnut for every room in your home . . . at prices you'll find most attractive! Bookcase Bed (also panel bed available) • Six-drawer double dresser (10-year warranty on mirror) • Large four-drawer chest Clear walnut finish! All cases fully dustproofed! Heavy 5-ply construction! DuPont Deluxe Finish! Complete Home Furnishers 2606 STATE ST. (Kext to Tri-City) PHONE HO 5-7588 OPEN MON.-TUES.-THURS. AND FBI. 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A large factor in the fun of driving'a- Corvair is the location of its engine ia the AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S rear. Why the rear? It gives Corvair extra traction on., any road surface. It provides a nearly flat floor for more useable interior space. Best of all, it pro* duces steering so light, so responsive, you wonder why no other American-made car thought of it. Corvair's engine is also air cooled, we might add, which means there's no antifreeze or water for you to add, Ever, All that pleasure from something so practical almost makes you think Corvair is unique among American cars. Which isn't surprising, because it is I CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVY II, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE Authorized Chevro/ef Decker in Alton REiUEY BROS., Inc. 9121, Broadwayi Phone; HO 6-7787 in Wood flivw ALBRECHT CHEVROLET, Inc. 222 EdwardflJII* R Q qd Phonoj

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