Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 10
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July 15, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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ALTON TELfiflttAWt v Godfrey To Sponsor Ice Cream Social GODFREY - The Methodist youth Fellowship of the First 'Methodist Church will sponsor a horheilladc ice crearii social at the church located on Grace Street Saturday evening. Serving will he from 5 to 8 p.m. BERLIN—German publishers say that last year was ft record ohc for .translated works. Woman Nearly Itches To Death "/ tt tarty HIM lo dtatb 7 J4 yta n. Then I found a Hew u'ohdircreme.Noui I'm happy," wtilts Mrs. P> Ramsay of LA. Calif, Mere't blessed relief from tortures of v*gin«l Itch, mt»l itch, chafing, f«»h tnd ecjtma with in amazing new Jciemifir formula catted LANACANE.Thitfait-ictini medicated creme kills harmful bacteria (term! white it soothes taw, irritated and infumcc tissue. Stops scratching—jo speeds healing. Don'esuffer!GetLANACAN1Ea ' Slilpmati Gfttb Meets ^- PfalHe Dell Suris h 1 n c blub members went to Bunker Mill Friday where they were entertained by Mrs. Glen Myers. Assisting hoste'ss was Mt-s. Albert ttagan. Plans were made to entertain fnernbers and their families at a jwtluck dinner on Sunday, Aug. 25, at tlie Shiftman Community Park. Mrs. Ronald ttftmp entertained at a party on Friday morning at her home. Refreshments were served to Mrs. John Born of Rosewood Heights, Mrs. Richard Wells and daughter, Alton; Miss Donna Pointer, Piasa. Mrs. Alan' McAfee. Brighton. Mrs. Elmer Bveit- wlsor, Mrs. Ebert Pointer, Mrs. Wayne Winslade, Miss Jill Pointer, Mrs. Robert Ketchum, Mrs. George Krause Jr. and Mrs. Otto Meyers and Mrs. Kenneth Breitwiser. Firm Will Research BERN — Switzerland's biggest chemical company plans to step its scientific research. Now Is the Time to Replace That Old and Worn Roof On Your Home Add Beauty and Fire Protection with the New, Patented.. . JOHNS-MANVILLE SHINGLES . . .THAT CAN'T BLOW OFF Careful application by trained, insured workmen. Save Money ... Let an Expert do it. FREE ESTIMATES NO DOWN PAYMENT—LOW MONTHLY TERMS GERSMAN & CO. 2643 E. BROADWAY HO 5-6711 Major Baihy Retires In the Military Herbert H. Cmitey, 2f05 Sthford Ave., who cofripleted the nine- After 20 years service with the USAF Nurse Corps, Major Nellie J. tiallcy retired recently. S h had been serving as chief nurse of the 2792 USAF Hospital, Tinker AFB, Okla. Her long career in the service began in 1942 when she joined as an Army nurse in St. Louis. By September of .1943 was On ac tive'duty in Algeria, and in 1943 was serving in an evacuation hospital close behind allied lines in Pistoia, Italy. After the War ended she served at bases In. t h e United States, Puerto Rico and Greenland. Major Bailey transferred to the Air Force Nurse Corps from the Army Nurse Corps in 1949. She is the daughter of Mr. ami Mr& William G. Johnson and sister of Mrs. Harold Belangee of Bcthallo. Several area men have recently received promotions in various branches of the service. Among them is Sgt. Hlclmrd K. No\vnk, who is a field recruiter working out of the local recruiting station at 214 State St. He was promoted to the grade of Staff sergeant. Sgt.. Nowak has been assigned to the Alton station for 2% yean and arrived here from Ft. Leo nard Wood after a tour of duty Iran. He may be located in Jer seyvtlle on Monday, Edwardsviik on Tuesday, Carlinville on Wed nesday and Ml. Olive and Green ville on Friday. Sgt. Nowak lives with his wife and two children at 402 Cherry SI., Alton. Untart I), fence, who is t h i; son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pence. 126 W. Elm St., Hartford was advanced to commlssarymai third class in the Navy while » crewmember of the surveying shli USS Requisite, currently at t h c Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia, Pa Donald L. Newell, boilermar third class, USN, son of Mrs. George A. Newell, 144 Illinois Ave., East Alton, was among 1,000 crewmen of the guided missil light carrier USS Providence who we r e Initiated into the "S hell backs" league upon their first crossing of the Equator. Several area men have recent ly completed technical training courses at bases across t h < country. Among them are: Herbert D. Ctuilcy, airman USN, the son of Mr. and Mrs „ SEATO ground defense! eftet- else with other members of toe veek aviation machinist's mate 503rd Infantry in Thailand during course in Reciprocating engines at the Naval Air technical Training Center, Memphis, Term. ,Alrmnn 3.C Adrian tt. Pettier- trough sort of Mt. and Mrs. W. E. Peuterbaugh, Rte. 1, East Alton Rent Electric Carpet Shamrcoei FOR ONLY $1 New you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet .Shampooer for only $1 per dny with purchase of fa'nous Blue Lustre Shampoo. Sa\e big with this easy to use 'do it yourself" equipment. You'll oe amazed with the new look of your carpeting. Available at THRIFTY DRUG STORES OPEN TIL 9 P.M. MON., THURS., FRI. FREE STORESIDE PARKING SUMMER! Yourself and your family WITH A FAMOUS '100 CASH REFUND IWEATHER BONDl A|R CONDITIONER With purchase of any FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER NO MONEY DOWN FIRST PAYMENT IN SEPTEMBER gqll.awoy Fon mqy'b«/«' from f|.qnd tp bt In window. Sale Prices Start at Pay As Little As $9.00 a Month We have a she to fit every need...4,000 BTUs to 24,000 BTUs. Now is the time to buy at special LOW, LOW PRICES...on your own EASY TERMS! K8 SSSSi. S! ^Sgp t 300 EAST BROADWAY ' «ITY, 1?th & Ptlmqr ' , ilwenth «nsl Frenklin STORES AIR 60NOITIONID 20-IN, ROLL-AWAY or WINDOW FAN Your Choiet NO MONJY DOWN W- iim~-»-;-* ^J H •• • -i" ••-' ^ —' 11 .-•-.--—.. —_^_^. .».•. ^ „ . .... P. i .I. . - -MF" ^f f ^ ^/J j~f^ I * fraulmn LfniGiL teWW* ^?^~^.^^.^.'"]i^l^y^^!^y^^^£^fm TT Vr^^ 1 "-- L ^—I^SlLLlL. si^£S33S*5SSBSBS&ii Mrs. G. E. Mackenroth, 2325 State St., completed recruit training at he Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif. Marine Private Loren F. Moss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moss, 1320 Lee St., Cottage Hills, com- who completed an Air Force course for jet aircraft mechanics. He is being reassigned to Cannon AFB, N.M. Alrmmi 2.C. Dettiila L. W'nt son, son of Mrs. Leona W. Wat son, Fidelity, who completed a course for air traffic controllers at Amarillo AFB, Tex. He is be ing reassigned to Klncheloe AFB, Mich. Sleven L. Gravctti sonarman seaman, USN, son of Mrs. Jane Steven L. Gravdt Gravett, 3231 Edgewood St., who graduated from Sonar school at Key West, Fla. He will be assigned to a fleet unit. M urine Private Donald Miivkimroth, son of Mr. and Donald R. Mackenroth Loren F. Moss this time of year. Cadet Robert W. Bray Jr., whose parents live Cnfl 0. Klcfcr - The Misses Lyti and Pattl Blotna efttertnified with a miscellninemri showdt for Uielr cousin, Miss Sharon Myers, who vill %ved Dennis Hunt on Aug. It. The party was held Friday evening at the Glen Myers home. June. The exercise is designed to test the capability of SEATC member nations in implementing defense plans against overt ag gression. "Kiefer is the son of Car A. Kiefer, Godfrey, atid is a drlv er in Headquarters Company o the Infantry's 2nd Airborne Bat tie Group, regularly stationed on Okinawa. Just beginning the long climb in military service are 21 young men in the area who have recent ly enlisted. The men and their assignments Include: Harry W. Anderson Jr., 3005 Edgewood St., Airborne; Walter 15. 1'rultt, 3112 Trumble St., field artillery and Korea; James B. Wiirdeln, 1010 E. 4th St., technical school armor radio main tenance; Richard A. Holmes, 2784 Johnson La., William S. Creamer 2926 Watalee Ave., and Everett L. Jell, 433 Bluff St., automotive maintenance; George R. Onborn, 3002 Edgewood St., to Europe; Uuiwlcl K. .Harris, artillery and Korea; and Dennis L. Dooley, 3417 College Ave., medical training. Gary W. Ballard, 107 Tomlinson St., East Alton, general supply; Preston Stuggs, 334 Jobe St., East Alton, artillery; Terry L. Anderson, 650 Wood River Ave., Cottage Hills, technical school multiengine aircraft repair; Alex L. Uadne, and Leroy D. Tweedy, both of Worden, technical training the administration, Glen AI. Moody, Edwardsville, technical school armor maintenance; El nier B. Branhun, White Hall, and William J. Ashford, Carrollton, airborne; Curtis E. Cottinghani, jillespie, communications center operations; Wiliani J. Bazar, Virden, to Europe; Robert G.. Kybarczyk, Wilsonville, technical school artillery track vehicle maintenance; and John R. Geniat ti, New Douglas, wire maintenance. Two area men are now serving with the ninth Marine regiment, which is now on a ,13-month tour of duty with the third Marine di- pleted individual combat training vision on Okinawa. The men are at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Marine Private l.C. E. L. An- Pendleton, Calif. ' " Reserve Officer Training Corps Stitpmatt SHIPMAN - Mrs. t3eIJ3C Cas tro of Seattle, Wash., has arrived to reside .with he^nuht, Mrs. rler- fnoine Hylflild. Mr. atid Mrs, barrell Knhl arid daughters visited Saturday morning with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Kahl They were en route front their home In Little Rock, Ark., to faylorvUle. Mr. and Mr*. Kenffeth Archer Jr., and daughters returned Friday from a trip to Wisconsin. D «u««~~ - tortfettk 1 *"** china? how lends th* MIff products rnahufftcttired to Belgium. CORNS-CALLUSES LIFT RIGHT OFF IN 30 MINUTES Say 'goodbye" 10 laming corns and ,--.. That make you limn around In torturo easy, safe painless liquid discovery called HOOR COFfNMASTER as dlttte ^removes -_. stubborn corns and ca luses in 30 mlnut*»... sometimes quIcMH Just dab on.... let set... im off. Those soft corns between the oes. the ones . ween . that re»lly hurt . . . works emml X«« ll ° t } *' S*; flo2 °g h liquid to get Md I or ZB J»ts. LOOK ror l '8 | V ecd ,| \", 3 ° «"« calluses a e»y . . . Bottle containing enough ote conanng eno corns ami calluses only 98J! at g f . u §8J»ts. LOOK red and blue coun et -display. Be °« el '8 | V ecd ,| \" tund. Don't' M «•"« «"« callu n ^t reu anu piuo tuumoi uia^m/. minutes or return for purchase price refund. Don I'M make life miserable. Now.. . today... Ret _ R0A1D ATLAS VACATION GUIDE Rand MetfaMfc . CAMPGROUND GUIDE GODWIN'S Alton's Commercial Slntlonef " ••/\|IUII a w«" -- , ; 1MB. Bd*y.< 44B-7784 ************* * ,. ALTON REFRIGERATION '' Presents the ___* illUIIIlllJWJIliliB ^^ I ( i roSi son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil w, Andros, 2205 Fermvood Ave., nembers are also in training at wno j s w ith the first battalion, Marine Private l.C. Robert F. Miller, son of Mrs. Dorothy at 605 Grandview Dr., Edwards- Mudd, 2120 Wyckoff St., who is ville, is :ri the six-week ROTC pro- w ith the headquarters company. gram in summer camp at Ft, Ri- iey. Kansas. He will complete Jrain'ng July 26. Cadet Bray is ii the ROTC program at Missour School of Mines and Metallurgj at Rolia. infant Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Pinkerton of Alton has R ODer t Challacombe. The baby nf *ai«arl fVir» fiMQl etonr/i nf v*ar>t*tiif • •••» .t -i _A. AI r<i«..« Rites for Infant SHIPMAN — Funeral services were conducted Friday at Warner Funeral Home in Shipman for the entered the final stage of recruit training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center as a member of was born Wednesday at the Staun ton hospital and died on Thursday. She is survived by her parents and brother. Rev. Don DuRall officiated and burial was in Shipman Cemetery. Jeffrey Pinkerton the 19G3 St. Louis Cardinal Company. Classes include instruction in 'naval orientation, seamanship, damage control, ordnance ana gunnery, naval customs and courtesies, first aid, shipboard Drills, and sentry. Training will be completed Aug. 2. Pinkerton is • t h e son of Mrs. Jane A. Pinkerton of 2027 Main St. Army Sergeant l.C. Kobcrt L. Barker, whose wife, Konnie, and parents, Mr. ane Mrs. George W. Barker, live at 604 Bowman Ave., East Alton, has been assigned to service in Vietnam. He will be with the Army element of the Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG). MAAG is an Army-Navy, Marine-Air Force organization which advises the armed forces of the Republic of Vietnam. Army PFC Carl D. Kiefer of Godfrey recently participated in AUTO LOANS TO SUIT! "Easy does it" when you refinance your car here. You can choose the repayment plan most convenient to you. PHONE HO 2-9214 or See KENNY KLOOS MSDSTATES F1AHGE GO. 311 Kitlne, Nrnir Hrondwuy KA^AZV D^ZE-C^AZY COMING SOON 0 ALTON PLAZA | SHOPPING CENTER KRAZY DAYS You Can Win FREE PRIZES By Shopping This Week At Alton Plaza Shopping Center! LUCKY LICENSE NUMBERS Will Be Taken Off Cars In Our Parking Lot This Week .... It Couid Be Yours! WATCH FOR AD ON JULY 25th I of the * This is ihe test of thfc Best'Buys. The refrigerator that will give you more for ,ypurWri$ than any'other we know. °And for the next few days, we're offering you an feV^n bigger value in order to make the sales quota we've set. Hurry! * The "STAR" * FRIGIDAIRE J FROST-PROOF * REFRIGERATOR!* FPOS-14T-1, 13.81 cu. ft. easy terms • No defrosting—even of freezer with exclusive Frost-Proof system. ' , • 100-lb. zero zone freezer. • Twin glide-out fruit and vegetablt Hydrators. With Trade Could be even less if your trade ••" ' is less than 10 yenrs old, DON'T MISS THESE OTHER QUOTA SALE SPECIALS THRIFTY FRIGIDAIRE WASHER GIANT 12-LB TUB • :2-agitator and spin; speeds. , ,, .... • 3-Ring Agitator gets clothes clean inside and out. • Fresh, running water rinses. . f ^^ MATCHING DRYER With With Purchase Easy Terms WCDA-63 188 Trade of Washer $1AfiOO FRIGIDAIRE BUDGET-SAVING FOOD FREEZER • Huge 404-lb. capacity.'' • Proved-zero zone freezing with the Meter-Miser reliable constant cold. tasy terms $ w 198 VJpD-10 $ °18« -K -K UFD-12-63, 11,55 tu. ft. net capacity LAUNDRY SPECIALS 2 SPEED FRIGIDAIRE WASHER. Wash & Wear Cycle With trade. WCDA — 62 $1 70 White ' l '" FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC DRYER DDAS — 1 ... SI OO wmtc , A ^° FRIGIDAIRE IMPERIAL DRYER With fluorescent light, 5 luutts, A bargain, DIA $1 CO —81 Copper 1JO FRIGIDAIRE CUSTOM IMPERIAL DRYER. All porce- luln, ozone bulb, . fluorescent light, S hems, sprinkler $1 fiB DCJ—81 White ' 10 ° Several' other models Ht Bargain prices—also some 1062 refrigerators mid ranges at prices LIMIT 2 TRAYS TO A CUSTOMER TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS BUY! COMEIN—SEE A FRIGIDAIRE FROST-PROOF DEMONSTRATION * > Jf fl.OOQ BTU ?The "6QOO" Model Af-6LQ FRIGIDAIRE AIR CONDITIONERS JS-Z RIou|it—INSTALL JIT VOU Only 8 Screws! 198 115 Volt, 3-Spooil Fun I).Position Thermostat Other $ Models * *• * BUY WITH CONFIDENCE,,, FROM YOUR AUTHpRIZED FRiOIPAIRE SERVIOE AND SAUS DEALER Open Mon, & Fri, flflflflMMIBVinBBB °P en Men, & Frl. Nites Til! * ,m, fttfi TIM ? p,m, HLTDD - REFRICEBflTIDn ' " * Jf -K -It "Authorized Fiigidaiie Sales and Service" 550 |, BROADWAY HO §.f 781 if 44*44¥*44

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