Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
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EVENING TELEGRAM* 4 Khouryburger Day' At Eastgate Saturday RIVER — frfifil prppnrn- ..„.-. the Wood River Township ice khoiiryhurgkr t)ny Snltir- d<(y at (he DnH-Cnstle Drive Inn JIM Ihe.j-tenstgnte f j lnzn Shopping •Cefltet- hnve befcfi eortipleled. f jack Grirtlil, ow»H!r of the Dart. vilJe Matt • '' } t -, Appointed to IPAG " floriald Reddlck, 118 S, Fillmore SI.,, tedwardsvllle, has been ap- p6itited a caseworker In the Madl•on County Department of Public Aid, It was announced by Harold O. ; Swank, executive secretary of the Illinois Pubic Aid Commission. Reddlck whs one of 29 persons In 23 dqwnstate public aid offices appointed during June. Hospital Noun EDWARDSVtLLE - Five area V residents wore admitted Wednes- lay-to SI. Joseph's Hospital, High- trtikl, two patients were discharg- «3 and two births recorded. TJorh to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Edwards, Rle. 1, a son at 7i4fi a.m., weight 8 pounds 1'2 ounces. The mother Is the former Betty Davis, BoVn to Mr, and Mrs. Freeman Schmidt, Rte. 3, a son, at 10:07 a.m. Wednesday, weight 8 pounds 10 ounces. The mother Is the former Betty Castle reports that extra facll- tles will be erected to help the taycees to provide fast service. Ray Laiighlin, ticket chairman, reports the advanced tickets sale; are good. The tickets may also be bought it the Dari-Crifille for 00 cents which entitles Ihe holder to purchase two Khouryburgors. bottg, Smith, chairman of the wojecl. said that the Khoury [earns selling the most tickets wii receive cash prizes. Meadowhrook Benefit Sel for Saturday MEADOWBROOK - Tho volun leer firemen of McBdowbrook wil serve n chicken dinner Ht the fire house Saturday, beginning at noon noon. The dinner is given In efforts I raise funds for needed fire fight Ing equipment. Dinners will be served up to p.m,, It was announced, Admitted were: Glen Duncan, 1439 Ludd; Mrs. K a t e Fox. 4'2'2 North Buchanan; Miss Donna Yales, 223 Noi-lh Buchanan; Mrs. Ethel Rotter, 507 West High; Bradley Biu-lilieini, Rle. -1. Discharged were: Mrs. John Jellcn and son, 315 West Linden; Otto Homanri, It Oak Hill Dr. .TEHRAN — Iranian policemen will be issued bulletproof vests. Second Charge on avern EDWARDSVtLLE - A second .-harge of selling liquor to minors was filed today against James Pinson, licensee of the "China Doll" Tavern oh Rte. 159 just north of Colllnsville. Plnson wnft named today in a warrant issued by Edwardsville Police Magistrate William Tra- rand, on complaint of Chief Dep il.y Sheriff George Rarhach, alleg- ng that the tavern operator sold iquor to minors bfi June 21. A similar charge against Pinson was filed Monday after a visit to the China Doll by deputies Sunday night. Trial of Pinson on the earlier- warrant has tentatively been set for July 30 before Magistrate Tru bund. Family EDWARDSVILLE - Circle two of the Eden Women's Guild will have a family picnic at Kendall Hill Park, starting at 2 p.m. Sunday. A polluck dinner will he served at 5 p.m. MONROVIA — An American engineering firm is being re talned to help with Liberlan public works. Mrs. Manley Honored At Wood River Church WOOD RIVER Mrs. Merle Man ley was presented a special membership pin and certificate by Miss Carln Moore on hehalf of the Vacation Bible'School of First Methodist Church, at the annual fellowship m e e I i n g of the Woman's Society of Christian Service Wednesday. Miss Moore announced $25 has been contrihilled to missions by Hie school in honor of Mrs. Manley, who recently retired nfler of the children's department o the Sunday school. The prognim, presented by the youth group of Ihe church, fea lured a review of the Melhodis Youth Week at McKendree Col lege by the Misses Paula Grec and Dianne Worthen. It was voted to discontinue nootings and activities until Sep lumber when the society will be guests of the Wesleyan Service Guild at the annual comhinec serving 25 years as superintendent meeting. WOOD RIVER PLAY Von Dl<; Ewing, left, Vance Pulker- son and Hurt Heerenare, principals in the Wood River Jiveland Teen Club- sponsoml play "The Would Be Gentle- man," to be presented July 25, 27 and 28 at Wood River Roundhouse. Fulkerson plays the lead role. July 28 Macoiipin Day al 4-H Camp On July 28, Western Illinois •1-M Camp at Jacksonville will be the scene of a one-day camp for Macoupin County 4-H Club members only. A chartered bus will bo provided. This bus will leave Carlinville High School at 11:30 a.m. July 28. The bus will stop at Chesterfield "Wye", Hettick Square, and Northwestern High School. Reservations must be made by July 22. At Roundhouse Wood River Youths to Present Summer Play Wood River May Merge Police Positions WOOD RIVER - Cify Manager Triton Laird announced today liat no decision has been made on i prrmnnonl firo chief and indi- nled tho possibility of a correla- ion of the fire and bolice departments under one head. Tn n letter to members of the ire department Laird said, 'There is a general feeling that a city of our size and even up to i city of much larger than Wood liver, could benefit by some degree of cooperation between the wlice and fire departments. "During discussions with the city council and the police and fire iommisslon, the emphasis by all parties Is that we keep In mine he interest of the city over a ong range period," stated. the letter "We wish, therefore to take ad ditionol time to evaluate this possibility since we are responsible for making a decision that will bo in the best interest of the en- lire city and for as far In the future as we can forsee." Commenting on Firemen An thony Candela and Robert Stock- or who took an examination for the post of fire chief, the letter slated "You have taken an examination and based upon the results both of you will be consid ered for this larger objective. We will, no doubt, expand the (iek of applicants should we decid that, the position needed Is a di rector of public safety." "Mainly we want to inform you of the reason for tho delay and exactly what our thinking is," th letter continues. Wood Rlvef Cewltitt* fttkfetioit WOOD niVEtt - Mrs. wan inltlntcd at ft new member ot Esther tfiMipta Py- thlan Sisters Wednesday at Odd Fellows -Mall. Assisting In the ceremonle* was Mrs. Fred Pehtting, a ehAttet member and former most ex- cellant chief, who now feslded In Walnut Creek, Calif. Mrs. Paul Bermcr, most exnel- Innl chief, named Mrs, Melvin Rollback arid Mrs. William Lashley ns co-chairman of arrangements for Ihe Aug. 21 meeting. Honored during the social In observance of their birthdays were Mrs. Ous Bangert, Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Mrs. Ferd William*, and Mrs. Everett Cox. Wants Are High DJAKARTA — More than 80 products have been listed by the Indonesian government as "badly wanted." VETERANS LINOLEUM & RUG Downtown Wood River A<kA^*.A&A.AAAAAAAAAA.A A A. A A. A. A A*. A* Smart Modern Look! *CONOL1TE " e «' 8e COUNTER CQc S 4 : TriOOiM/^ Vw MONEY SAVING TILE SALE! WOOD RIVER - On July 2!5, 27, and 28, this area will experience something new — a summer dramatic production given by the youth of the community. High school and college students have been working for six weeks preparing to present "The Would-Be Gentleman." iedermans Clearance of 1963 General Electric 19" TV Sets Remaining Stock Price Cut to Move Out Fast With Your Trade-in As Low As $8 Month The 1964 models are coming soon... we've got to make room in our warehouse, so we're low pricing our stock of these 1963's to move out fast! These 'sets are brand new in original factory cartons . . . they are lightweight and easy to carry anywhere! "Daylight Blue" picture! "Pull-Push", On-Off and "Set-Forget" volume control! Up-front console-like sound! With Trade-In! General Electric Console STEREO with record storage space! Biedermans f Low Sale Price Only $ 128 As Low As $9 Month Let the spectacular dimensions of real stereo fill your room! You get beauty too, in the General Electric quality self-contained stereo console in traditional mahogany cabinetry! Two 6"x9" oval speakers with co-axial tweeter conesJ 4-speed automatic changer! Loudness, balance and rone controls! 45 RPM spindle INCLUDED! OPEN EVERY NIGHT * 200 MILES FREE DELIVERY BROADWAY and PIASA » ALTON, ILLINOIS The piny, a two-act comedy, centers around (be affairs and love life of one Monsieur Jourdain (portrayed by Vance Fulkerson), a nil-wit who fancies himself a courtier. Other characters who liven up the scene are Jourdain's interfering serving girl Nicole (Kelly Phillips), his domineering sister (dapple Stanley), his sly "friend" Dorante (Mike Ricks), the light of his life Dorimene (Ginger Sossoman), his stubborn daughter Ludie (Pam Merkus), the fiance' of Lucile, Cleonte (Darl Walker), and Cleonte's scheming servant Covielle (Bill Gibson). Rounding out the cast are: Larry Trattler and Fred Stoecklin, master tailors; Mike Bridges. Gene Kunz, and Bob Gibson, assistant tailors; Delsie Ray, singing master; Von Die Ewing, dancing master; Burl Heeren, fencing master; and Linda Capps, Patt Frazier, Ruth Blackwood, Sue Sunderland, and Judy Baker, Turks. The Trebleaires, a girls' quartet, also lend their support to the antics of Jourdain. The play features singing, dancing, fencing, and even Jourdain's installation as "Mamamouchi." Curtain time for the performance, which is to be-given at the Wood River Roundhouse is 8:30 p.m. The production is sponsored by the Jiveland Teen Club and is under the direction of Richard Clar- TOPPING 9"x9" ASPHALT TILE Ea. 9"x9" VINYL TILE SAVE MORE FRI. and SAT. Ed. Hundreds of Cartons in Stock to Ohooso From! Nationally Advertised VINYL LINOLEUM Reg. 1.49 79' DuPont's LUCITE" PAINT SALE! OUTSIDE WHITE HOUSE PAINT Reg. $8.55 Gal. so WALL PAHNT Reg. $7.50 Gal. RUBBER BASE BOARD 2%" and 4" Black & Brown Foot 54" WALL COVERING 19c Sells Regularly for 39c Sq. Ft.—Special This Weekend running foot- paste and Corners available PLASTIC WALL TILE All Colors—Paste and Trim Available Regularly Sells for 29c Sq. Ft. Heavy VB" Com. VINYL FLOOR • Keg. 59c en. • Slight Imp. • NOW 2 C EACH or lOo Sq. Ft. VETERANS Linoleum and Rug 19 W. Ferguson, Downtown Wood River Dinl CL 4-24S7 We Deliver. We Carry DuPont's Lucile Wall Paint! JULY SPECIALS SE3S Reg. 98o LAUNDRY BASKET 88c Many Styles MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NOVELTY STRAW HATS and up ON A DIET? TRY t SWEETA POND'S DUSTING POWDER WITH PUFF $100 WRISLEY AFTER BATH COLOGNE $ t oo Two drop* a* *weet o* on« teospoonfuJ o* wgar without DM coloried Ptastic purso size $queo7»-o-drop botlle. Economical ICE CREAM Full $dj 16 Gallon j Reg. 98c SHAMPOO and BATH SPRAY BUBBLING BATH OIL $ <f 00 Pint JL BATH CRYSTALS 2^ 2' 69c Keg. 1.00 CREAM HAIR RINSE , „ 69c NOX/KAIA SKIN LOTION 98c MEN'S Handkerchiefs EPSOM SALTS 5 us 49° CORNS LIFT OFF 30 MINUTES-NO CUTTING N>« icientiBo HALF-HOUR OORNMAflTIK liquid discovery u directed valut ml Itofcf ooru aod ulltuet lift right off . TGnTTifl miuulol Wofkj on toft Mroi MVND tai. wtrii. SolUfuctioD, or money U(k, At itoMi. H H o A f} FR CORNMASTER WHILE THEY LAST CAR SEAT Cool Comfort Ride on Air ... 88 Coil Innerspring PHARMACY 1 Stons Alton and, Wood Rlvtr OPEN DAII.V 8:80 ti.m. 8:80 P.III. AUON 5TORIJ Ccrner TKIrd and Hinry Si«, WOOD RIVER: Wood River Av§, «t EdwardivllU

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