Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
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,'JULY 16,1983 ALTON EVENING TfiLEOftAPH East Alton Club Women Plan Programs for Year V 'Frosted Touch & Glow' 'Gives your face ' an exquisite, soft shimmering look! LUMINOUS LIQUID MAKE-UP •ubtly frosted to give your skin a soft-and-scintillant glow. 5 complexion colors. . . .2.00 FROSTED PRESSED POWDER in matching colors, adds a pearl-and-diamond shimmer, 2.00 FROSTED LOOSE POWDER in 2 shimmering translucent rnioM FUJI TAX » 508 W. Delmar • Alton Plaza • Wilshire Village • 1617 Washington Ave., Upper Alton • 323 Belle St. Mrs. Mllbs Lynch has beeti mmed chnlrmnfi of the American Home Deportment of the 5ast Alton Woman's Club, and las announced programs ate }elng planned to feature the !lne arts and special Interests in horncrrtaldrig. OuUilgs and tours of local points of interest are being considered as high- llghlfl of the year. Meetings of the Department will be held the third Wednesday of each month at .1 p.m. In the homes of members. Appointed by Mf»s. Lot-ell I Hicks, president, and the executive board, to head other departments of the Woman's Club arc: Mrs. George Goforlh, Americanism; Mrs, Mitchell Jackson, education and aid to exceptional children! Miss Adele McDonald, education; Mrs. Fnvre Gould, fine arts; Mrs. Merman Wllkening, garden and conservation; Mrs. A. Edson Smith, International relations; Mrs. . Charles Mu" loncy, legislation; Mrs. Madge Hungerford, literature; Mrs. Jerome Podosva, mU8,U:;. Mrs. 'Randell • Arnold, public, health and welfare; Mrs. Gerald McCormick, radio, television, and motion picture; Mrs. Charles Towey, safely; and Mrs. • Olive McDonald, youth conservation. , Selected as chairmen of the various standing committees ave: Mrs. .George Smith Jr., 'Mrs. H. Frank'Yoder, auditing; Mrs, Everett Harrington, bud- got; Mrs, Charles Gabbert, civil defense; Mrs. William Mason, hospitality;'"'.' ••'.' ' . : • ;\ Mrs. M. A.- Mittleman, Boys Town of Illinois; Mrs. Mason and Mrs. Leland Scoggins, membership; Mrs. Ervin Haydon, publicity; Mrs, Floyd Elaine, Park Ridge School for Girls; Mrs. Dwight Alderson, Mrs. Haydon, press book; Mrs. L. D. Archer, program; Mrs. Robert McManus Sr., Vet- lerans Service; Mrs. Otto Brazier, visiting and cards; Mrs. Joseph Glassey, Mrs. Frank Harrelson, banquet; Mrs. Kenneth Ladd, civic betterment; Mrs. Otto Brazier, historian; Mrs. Gabbert, parliamentary advisor; Mrs. Myron Starbuck, cancer drive; Mrs. Clifford Cooper, Red Cross; Mrs. Kenneth Sweet, Mrs. Scoggins, bazaar and supper; Mrs.' Irma Jones, Mrs. William Linkogle, special projects; Mrs. William Buckler Sr., Christmas party; Mrs. Max Schueler, telephone; Mrs. Scoggins, magazine; Mrs. Harold Chamberlain, Salvation" Army; 'Mrs. : Eyerett- -Peyton, Good 'N'eighb'or Night; and Mrs) Smith, npminating. Hospital Notm Alton Mcitttifiitl GRAVEHANN DRAPERIES MADE FREE With Purchase of Material at $1.99 Yd. and Up Our experienced personnel will »ssfst you with your decorating; needs. SUPERIOR CARPET CO. 1680 MAIN ST. — PHONE 465-8526 or 462^6890 VILLAGE — OL $-408* MONTICELLO PLAZA - GODFREY jfrlE' SQUARE - HAZELWOQD JULY LEARANC SUMMER DRESSES SPORTSWEAR LINGERIE In ind ir»ws§ • • • • Your Frlendf At Mrs. Fred Chftllaeombe, Godfroy Clyde Sandbach. Wood Rivet- Mrs. Mftttle Cook, Cottage Hills Mrs. Mlrtfite Bean, 2210 Washington John Schwlnh, Caseyvllle A. L. Cllne, Godfrey Mrs. 2eiln Carpunky, East Alton t ChesterTSanders, 2009 Mulberry Debra Sanders, East Alton John May*, East Alton Loiulell Stewart, 4 West Sixteenth Sharon Wilson, 2518 Alfaretta Mrs. Agnes Qlhrtng, Moro SURGICAL Douglas Rodehftvcr, Trlvoll Mrs. Lorraine Slagner, South Roxana Mrs. Fay Voltjes, 123 East Eighth Russell Gibson, Rte. 3, Northmore PI. FVccl Schleulor, 3625 Western Dale Grader, Godfrey Floyd Robinson, Wood River Mrs. Lucille Cooper, Kane Mrs. Deloros Wltcher, 2624 Sidney Melvln Kruse, 505 Condlt Mrs. Margaret Blnlhe, 852 Choul.cnu Charles Sev'ler, Kampsvlllo Mrs. Roberta Stewart, 4 West. Sixteenth Mrs. Betty Raypholc, Pocahontas Dlnnne Lastle, Godfrey Mrs. Flora Hedge, Bethalto Steven Henderson, Godfrey Fred W. Schneider, Jerseyville Mrs. lola Dunn, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Ann Rhoades, East Alton Herman Sellout?., Brighton Mrs. Helen Black, East Alton Charles Beasley, Grafton Mrs. Bertha Leo,, East Alton Mrs. 'Lucy Jacoby, Godfrey Mrs. Ruth ^Nation, Bethnlto Mrs. Louise Kelly, 614 Alby Mrs,' Helen I-Iyman, Bethalto Mrs. Lonna Ayres, Cottage Hills William Solomon, Brighton' Roger Manley; 2422 Main Bradley Lock, EVsali Mrs. Karen McKinney, Bethalto Pamela Siler, 2709 Sanford Mrs. Jacqueline Gregor, Godfrey Mrs, Ethelyn Relich, 2418 Bloomer Dr. Mrs. Helen Woods, 1722 Feld- wlsch Mrs. Bertha Hays, 3217 Edsall Mrs, Barbara Hicks, 3802 College Herbert Brune, 2921 Brown St. Charles Humlston, Gratton Thomas Friend, 602A Belle St. Willie Patterson, 1422 Fletcher John Jones, Wilsonvllle Jane Bolsters, Bethalto George Northway, Bethalto. A little vinegar added'to pared beets that are going to be sliced or- diced and cooked in a very,small amount of. water will help keep color where it belongs—in the beets. EVERY TUESDAY IS CHILDREN'S DAY IN OUR STUDIO St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mrs. Margaret Earley, 3414 Leo St. Mrs. Ethel Arnold, 129 E. 10th Mrs. Rose Cimaglla, 813 E. 5th Mrs. Susan E. Rulon, 3008 Edwards Roy H. Davis, 30 W. Aclon, Wood River Mrs. RoseMarie Holoman, 1419 Clay Christopher Phelps, 330 E. Jennings, Wood River Joseph' Massaloiie, 700 Fairview Lowell Bazzell, 831 -Amhurst, ; East Alton Miss Cynthia Everage, , "'• 1609 Piasa Mrs. Ella Hurst, 1798 Market Berl Slack Jr., 244 Madison SURGICAL John W, Stolze, Bethalto Mrs. Hattle B. Sullivan, 320 Mclnerney Ernest Emil Ostendorf, Rte. 3, Edwardsville Mrs. Betty J. Leese, 1506 Langdoh Courtney U. Richardson, Alhambra Clifford L. Smith, 301 E. Broadway, East Alton Jeffrey Hayes, 1613 Ridge Mrs. Betty R. Unterbrink, Rosalie, 111. Alfred Gal lay, 345 Bender, East Alton DISMISSALS Alex Bratton, 1110 Milnor Kenneth Dale Buttry, 2808 North Mrs. Billie V. Caveny, Rte, 2, Plainvie'w Mrs. June Cronin, Rte 1, Dow Rodney L, Eudy, 207 Dooley Drive Mrs. Jessie A. Loveless, 3414 Oakwood Miss Renee Madison, 1714 Oakwoocl Mrs, Shirley Masiero, Cottage Hills Square Moore, 905 W. 9th Mrs. Alice F. Patridge, 3300 Lincoln Mrs. Mary J, Powell, Cottage Hills Mrs. Idella Schaefer, Piasa Rollin D. 'Shea, 526 E. 7th Clyde E. Austin, Rte. 4, Edwardsville Miss Donna K, Beck, Rte. 1, Alton Robert Elmer Carter, Chesterfield Dale W. DicJc, 1006 Market Ervlft. Vafe W. Godden,'Rte* 1, West Alton Wllbort E. Gremer, Rle. 2, Edwnrdsvllle Mrs. Bernelta 1. Hart, 3425 Robin Mrs. Beverly J. Hodge, Cottage Hills Mrs. Barbara Ann Kaulen, 952 Tonsor Earl K. Long, 2618 Denny Mrs. Kathryn Lopez, Godfrey Ira 13. Matheny, 438 Evans Mrs. Mary E. Mlntert, West Alton, Mo. Mrs. Clara Payne, 237 Wood River, Wood River Vernon Stockard, 2808 Salu Mrs. Edna F. Sturgeon, Belhalto Mrs, Mark Taylor, 510 Central Alfred Gallay, 345 Bender, ' East Alton Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Ruth A, Stickler, 1725 Main, Alton Reginald H. Alderman, 890 State Mrs. Rose M, Luecht, 1130 Seller, Alton Vallnda Sue Benton, 259 Jennings Mrs. Flora M. ModroVsky, 17.1 Kingdom, Bethalto Glenard Eugene Wikoff, 1323 Lewis Mrs. Rosetta Adams, 608 5th, East Alton Rose Ann Jamison, 1121 Deana, Collage Hills Mrs. Rose Mary Chaney, Edwardsville Robert Eugene, Crane, Wood Station, Alton Mrs. Ellen M. Vetter, 1422 5th, Cottage Hills John E. Pink, 18 Harvel, Cottage. Hills Hardy W. Woodward, 755 Lincoln Miss Jo Ann K. Hendricks, 901 2nd, Bethalto Miss Deborah L. Hughes, 678 Edlawn Mrs. Ann Jennings, 425 Monroe, fcast Alton Robert. R. Borrowman, 332 S. Pence, East Alton Alfred A. Gallay, 345 Bender, East Alton Johnny Dean Johnson, 45 N. 9th, East Alton SUKGICAL Larry L. Reid, 333 5th Jerry Lee Knight, 1318 Miland Miss Ella Glenn West, Edwairdsville Joseph E. Moeller, Rte 1, Bethalto DISMISSALS Mrs. Nellie Lawrence, Worden Larry D. Dutton, S. Roxana William Emmett Wathern Jr., 141'S; 9lh Mrs. Alice E. Drennan, 850 Lorena Shelia Yvette Stoddard, Rte. 1, Moro Mrs. Janet I. Stewart, 1948 N. Rodgers, Alton Miss Shirley M. Green, 309 Lorena to Sing nt County S&at WOOD RfVEft — A medley of selections by the Alton Barbershoppers, directed by Slg Reid, will be featured at the 8. p.m. Wednesday concert of the Municipal Band In Central Park, Ervin Mouish, band manager, reports. Comprising the instrumental program of the band under the direction of Chester Hughes, will he: "Festival P r e I u d e," Reed; "Tamer- lalne," Erlckson; "Medallion March," Kenny; "Poor Wayfaring Stranger, " Ploylmr; "Processional from 'Viva Mexico' ", Morrissey; "Block 'M' Marc h," Bilitei Theme from the 'M' squad," Count Basle; and "Trumpet Boogie" Ray Anthony. Shipmun Cluh Hears Don Hastings SH1PMAN — The 49er 4-H Club met at the Howard Statnpe home Friday evening and Don Hasting; of Edwardsville, game warden spoke on "Wildlife Conservatiol and Game Laws." A committee was named to buy merchandise with I he prize money received to: winning first place in the Ma coupin County window display con test in March. Talks and special numbers were given by Nathan Foiles and Jei ry Baker. Refreshments w c r served to 20 members and 1 guests. Roxana Church Class Has Party ROXANA — The Young Adu Class of First Baptist Church ha a party Saturday evening at th parsonage, the home of the Rev and Mrs. Roy Gibbs, 111 E. Tydi man Ave. Junior Achievers' President Named Allen H. Burgess, vice presi- ent of Laclede GBR Co., today •as elected president of Junior chlevemcnt of Mississippi Valey, Inc., a! the annual stockhold- rs meeting. Ho succeeds C. F. Bealke, vice resident of Security Trust Co., vho served In this capacity for wo years. Re-elected as chairman of the ward of directors was Hermann . Spoehrer of Sporlan Valve Co. The vice presidents elected vero: George W. Brown of Wagner Electric Corp.; Russell Cas- eel of Ollh Mathleson Chemical Corp.; R. K. Heineman of Alton md Southern Railroad; John Mit- •hcll of First National Bank; larold E. Thayer of Mallinckrodt :hemical Works; Nicholas Veed- •r of Granile City Steel Co. Elected secretary was Harry Wuerten- Stirkcf Sale Etidi Today at County Seal EDWARDSVlLLE — A check ol automobiles for city auto stickers will begin in Edwardsville Tuesday, police said today. Deadline for purchase of auto- stickers will elapse today, City Clerk Alvin Wooldridge reported. The city clerk said about 2,600 stickers have been sold. Stickers for private automobiles are $5 each. Price of stickers foi motorcycles, motor bicycles ant motor scooters are $3 each. The city clerk said residents can purchase the auto stickers at his of fice. Stolen WOOD ttivfeft •*• Befe 815 Actort Ave., repotltti fa frfr. Ice Saturday ftltttiSSft, Mill * tape recc-l-der vftlilfid it $180 had been stolen from hi* ctr sometime Ftldfty night. STOCKHOLM — One of the latest items to hit the Swedisl import list is peanut bulter. Read Telegraph Want Adi Dally FRKfc Delivery 21KE Pharmacy B27 E. AIMInc Dr. K.H, DlDl CI. 9-220,1 A. It. BURGESS Sachs & Co. 'jacehcr Jr. of Union Electric Co. imd Charles Waiting of Goldman Re-elected as treasurer was Richard H. Bennett of General American Life Insurance Co.; and Wnyne Lutyens of Arthur Anderson & Co. was re-elected Midwest Regional representative. In addition to the election of officers, the following men were added to the advisory council and to the board of directors: Clark R. Gamble of Brown Shoe Co.; Harry F. Harrington of Boatmen's National Bank, St. Louis; David Lewis of McDonnell Aircraft Corp.; Herman H. Pevler of Wabash Railroad Co.; Hugh W. Baird of Standard Pipeprotection, Inc.; M. R. Chambers of International Shoe Co.; Donald E. Lasater of Mercantile Trust Co.; Ralph Silverman of National Auto Supply Co.; Robert P. Stupp of Stupp Bros. Bridge & Iron Co.; Windows Broken at Eastwood School EAST ALTON at Eastwood School were broken Sunday afternoon, bringing the total number of broken at t h c school to 22 since July 4. The vandals also damaged five street nose cones, blowing two apart with cherry bombs, turnec garbage cans over and broke out m CARP El ' BINDING • ALTERATION • SEWING • SERGING • RE-WEAVING Expertly Done by Our Carpet Specialists Moro Merry Maids Win 35 Top Ratings at 4-H Show MORO — Members of the Moro Merry Maids 4-H Club exhibited projects Thursday: and Friflay at Trinity Lutheran School, Edwardsville. In.the clothing projects there were 15 "A" ratings and 1 "B" rating. Girls receiving 'A" ratings for Mrs. Bessie M. Wilson, 243 Edwards Mrs. Daisy P. Stoddard, Edwardsville Robert. M. Goodbrake, 308 W. Main, Bethalto Mrs. Erma D. Masterson, Cottage Hills Mrs. Betty Jane Surman, St. Louis, Mo. . Lendall Deo Park, West Alton, Mo. Mrs. Eileen Orris, 117 Cooper, East Alton Mrs. Betty June McDowell, 406 Missouri, S, Roxana Hubert Carlis Switzer, 547 1st, Wood River Mrs. Bernice Inez Anderson, 3606 E. Frierson, Tampa, Fla. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Patricia KJasner, 2225 Ridge Drive Mrs. Catherine Glynn, 1605 Henry Francis Woolverton, Hartford Jack Fields, 1221 Pearl William Taylor, 2614 Edwards Miss Debra BorrOwman, 323 So. Pence, East Alton Mrs. Martha Bowman, Rte. 2, Godfrey Stacie Marie Martin, 775 Park Drive Dale Davis, 424 Broadway, East Alton Debra Amizich, 212 South Main, Wood River William Sherman, Rte. 1, Bethallo Clarence Henry Brazier, 604 6th, East Alton Mrs. Dorothy Bazzel, 233 Flora, Rte. 4, Godfrey Marion Whitten, 236 West 7th Russell J. Wiemers. Bethalto DISMISSALS Edgar Paynter, 2809 Femwood Miss Jocelyn Barton, 300 Cliar- lene Mrs. JoAnn Exton, 116 South 14th, Wood River Mrs. Muril Ewin, Medora John Beal), 1700 Liberty Miss Linda Capps, 440 North 5th, Wood River Mrs. Rose Volger, 900 Danforth Mrs. Elizabeth McCleery, 2507 Alfaretta dresses were: Janice Klein, Janice Neese, Sandy Saboff, Carla Ursprung, Beverly Cooper, Marjorie Cooper, Nancy Cooper, Charlene DeWerff, Jean Dorsey, Cathy Hendricks, Marcella Dorsey, Virginia Hans and Pat Dorsey. Skirts were made by Jane Hans and Linda Cooper and they received "A" ratings. Kathy Sa- boff received a "B" lor her dress. Seven girls with "A" ratings on their dresses were called back to be judged for the State Fair. They were: Jean Dorsey, Pat Dorsey, Beverly Cooper, Virginia Hans, Marjorie Cooper, Janice Cooper, and Janice Neese. The Mrs. Gladys McKinney, Bethalto Mrs. Josephine Hotson, 649 North 3rd, Wood River Lawrence Rowling, Grafton John McElroy, 2111 Lawton Sandra Bailey, South Roxana Clifford Rain, 221 West Elm Mrs. Susan Waters, Rte. 1, Godfrey William Bryant, Cottage Hills Mrs. Mabel Show, Rte. 1, Alton Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Floyd A. Mclntyre, Grafton Steve Scott, Jerseyville Charles Kraushaar, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. John Simon, Batchtown Mrs. Ross Rowling, Grafton Lucus Tepen, Meppen Mrs. William Gerson, Golden Eagle Herman Pohlman .Grafton. State Fair winners will be announced Tuesday, July 23, at the Vladison County Fair. In the foods and special pro- ects there were 20 "A" ratings and nine "B" ratings. Table cloths belonging to Carla Ursprung and Marjorie Cooper are being judged for the State Tair. Special projects and ratings vere: table covers, Beverly Cdop- er, Marjorie Cooper, and Carla Ursprung, received "A" ratings and Janice Klein a "B" rating; "Be a Baby Sitter," Virginia Hans an "A" rating. In food projects Charlene De- Werff and Janice Neese received 'A" ratings; yeast bread, Janice Klein and Bevery Cooper, "A" rating, and Sue Gusewelle, a "B" rating; banana bread, Cathy Hendricks and Marcella Dorsey received "A" ratings; cookies, Linda Cooper !CARPET & COLOR CENTER MONTICELLO PLAZA PHONE 466-1145 "The Store with the Carpet On the Sidewalk!" a rear window in the East Alton Junior High School building. market for pure refined lard. NEW. . . but with old-world charm! oatmeal "A" rating; snickerdoodles cookies, Lynn Smith, Julie Kohlmiller and Jane Hans, "A" rating; rolled sugar cookies, Virginia Hans, Carla Ursprung, Charlene DeWerff, Janice Neese and Nancy Cooper, "B" ratings; apple turnovers, Jean Dorsey and Kathy SabofJ "A" rating; fried chicken, Jean Dorsey, Sandy Saboff, "A" rating, and Sue Gusewelle "B" rating; me r i n g u e shell, Marjorie Cooper, "A" rating. Presbyterian Women to Meet MORO — The United Presbyterian Women will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. E. L. Pritchett. Mrs. Maurice Dorsey will be leader of the program entitled "Who's Listening?" THOROUGH SPOT REMOVAL ,hair ' spray , / style your hulr with push button magic .. • SOFT, NATURAL PRESSING • TRUE COLOR CONTROL • NO DRYCLEANING ODOR • NO MISSING BUTTONS FKEE Pick-Up And Delivery SERVICE, TOO ,uui i_uiiil/ lo re bt^le n jet. 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