Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 25, 1963
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ALTON Alton Memorial Mrs. Adelhla Sftitt, 1008 Nlftth. Mrs. AlrM ScHftffet, litia Mandf. Mark Carter, Mofu StffitrtOAL «oy; Heine, ^fttfoftt Hdfe , Mft.-'Lorttta' toekwood;. 1701 '' . - , , . Clifford Krucketi'erg, ' tedwatds- vllle. Rebecca Tuetken, 2229 Cefltra'l. James Sinclair, Jerseyville. Mrs. Lester Thien, Wood River. Michael (3. Ofeei 429 Fourth. Mrs. Pauline Westerhold, 3019 Edwards. John Shake, 112D Wallace Apt. Dr. Paul Fischer, 3012 Edwards. DISMISSALS Margaret Mitchell, 207 Marshall. Mri, Aretta Wilson, 1310 Spauld- fog» ,:-fa. , , .••;-. • * Mi's. Syble Hoppetv ,East Alton. Deriyle Johnson, i201() Bboher. Gray Walker, Wood River, Mark Hatfleld, West Alton, Mo. Loretta vEmmons, 2116 Clawson. Pflvali Lasseler, Bethalto. Jerry 'aiid Rdger ,'Cruse,' '• Wbod Rivet-. Rbbert Bosworth, Jenseyvllle. Mrs. Oma Smith, Bethalto. Chester Sanders, 2009 Mulberry. Mrs. Beverly Stout, East Alton. Mrs. Mary Gabriel, Rte. 1. Mrs. Edith Combs, 302 E. 13lh. S|n}on Pomatto, 206 Henrietta. . Kenneth L; and Cecil 'VV. File, : il^SO vRodemeyer. • V Barbara 'Harpolej 2914 , Watalee, Laura I Noblltt, Fairmouni;. Mrs. 1 ' 1 BeveWy Summers, 2&08 Alfaretta. • ,* t Mrs.' Edith McLain, 3736, Doerr. Mr& '' Sandra Pleasant, ' v Wood River. , '*',,,,' ' Si. Joseph's -v " MI9U10AL • • . Mrs. Delores Miller, 1313 Harold. '.' Mrs., Peggy Goodman, Carrollton. , Mrs. Ruth Dodson, Rt. 1, Godfrey •j Homer Gremsebach, 5003 Alicia. :: Mrs. Alice Berghoff, Rte. 1, Alton . Miss Karen Redman, Hartford. 'Mrs,. "Edna Scluilte, Rte. 1, Be• th'altov ' SURGICAL .' Mrs. Ollc'e Scarborough, Moro. ^ Mrs. Shirley Johnson, 222 S. 13th. Mrs. Ocie Tan-ant, Rte. 1, Alton. 5 Mrs. Mary Cain, 310 Mill. • Mrs. Lola Endipott, Edwardsvjlle I Mrs. Vivian Gorin, •'• Brighton. ';' •Mrs. Sophia Slaten, Rte.' 1 1, Dow. 'Ossie McPherson,' 3409 Leo. ' Mrs. Ruth Westbrook', Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. Margaret Becker, Wood River. Martha- Cqckrell, East Alton. ; Mrs. Carolyn ^Cunningham, Rte. 2, ^Carrollton. 'V .„ , Mrs. Patribla' Ezell, Moro. Mrs. Irma Gross, South Roxana. Mrs. Joyce .Harmqn, ' Grafton. .Mrs. Vivian Haskell, Bethalto. Mrs. Matilda .Hazelton, > 1010 Wescott.. ,.; ;'; ( Mrs. Pauline, Jereb, Glen Carbon. Mrs. Leola Johnson, Godfrey. Mrs. Marcia Kolk, 37 ,E. Delmar. Mrs. Judith, .Lo\ve,,>3539 O^caV. Mrs. Sandra 'Miller, .;Godfrey. , Gary Sheff, 314 Oak. ..... Mrs.' Shirley Swarringham, 310 Mill. • Mrs. 'Leila Varble, Hartford. Mrs. Erma Vaughn, Edwardsville Mrs. Joan Wickenhauser, Godfrey Willard Marshall, JerseyvlUe. Mrs. Florence Carmean,. 2436 Mills. Mrs. Ethel Carr, 3702 Wicken hauser. Kcrncr Enilorscs Civil Itigiiis Bill MlAMf BEACH, Fla. (AP) Gov. Otto Kernef is one of S8 gov- ernots who have signed a petition endorsing President Kennedy's clVJJ rights legislation. the group, Including fdUr Republicans, signed the petition nft er the National Conference' OL Governors, which ended Wednesday, refused to take a stand on civil rights. The petition was circulated by Gov. Edmund G. Brown, D-Calif New York Gov. Nelson Rocke feller, an aspirant for the GOP nomination for president, sough unsuccessfully to have the' con ference take a stand on elvi rights. in 1949 American brewed 41 cups per pound of coffee; tin average now Is 63 cups. Greenfield Rainbow Girfs Plan 4 Events GREENFIELD — The local Or* der of ftainbow for Girls has plan led several future events. Wans have been completed tor a swimming party' In .Jackson vllle Monday afternoon; a trip on the Admiral from St. Louis f o: Rainbow Girls and their frlendi Thursday, Aug. 8| and the glrli will attend the production, "Tht. King and t" at the Municipal Op- bra In St. Louis Monday ntghl Aug. 12. The Rainbow Girls will enier tuln at a reception Tuesday night Aug. 6 in the Musonlc Hall honor Ing Miss Alicia Parrott, who 1 Grand Hope of the Illinois SI alt Assemhiy. Al bnnip Hits Week GREENP1ELD-A group of Bo front fretip 22 are cam> ttg this week at Gamp Wfitten Levls, near Alton, ttobett daith- er IS serving as • a counselor tit he Camp and Harold ford, scoutmaster, is also spending several days with the boys. The group Includes Paul Dean Parks, Mike Galther, Paul Knlsley, Billy fteed,/ Bud Col e, Larry Ford, Jerry Sanson and Ricky Lamb. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD - Mrs. Maurice L. Melvin and her guests, Mrs James Peltit, Oklahoma City, uttd Mrs. Frandlle Batty and grand soli of Phoenix; Arte./ Were guests of Mrs. Luther Qlllliam ii Dow Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Meng and Jackie and Mark have return ed home following a vacation trip to the eastern states! Mrs. J. T. Llnder and son, John Llnder, spent Tuesday and Wed nesday with Mrs. Llnder's sister Mrs. C. J. Doyle', who tiriderwen surgery at Springfield Memor ial Hospital, Wednesday. fONI&HY AND FftlDAY! SPECIAL!! Fish Sandwiches! DELICIOUS COD FILETS $ 1.00 NOW ONLY 30c EACH for DON'T FORSET TO TRY A CHERRY OR LIME ICI6. , .THE NEW SOFT DRINK! ^^~-J& WIMPY'S ^ DRIVE IN GODFREY ROAD, GODFREY Phone 466-3613 for Carry Outs St. Aiithony's MEDICAL George Peters, 436 Florida, East Alton. Mrs. Vera Black, 140 Wood River ' Ave., East Alton. Mrs. Frances Vernor, 806 Lorena, Wood River. Mrs./Garnett Ellis, 607 Anderson Mrs. Theresa Walton, 119 Seventh, Wood .River. Mrs. Minnie, Wendle, 1113 McPherson. Mrs. Bessie Jarman, 920 Cedar, Wood River. Thomas Miller, 1113 State. Jerry Murphy Jr., 133 Virginia, East Alton. DISMISSALS Roy Herring, Godfrey. Samuel Canham, Bethalto. Mrs. Helen .Lewis, Dow. Francis Woolverton, Hartford. Mrs, Clementine Gater, ,1305 Belle Truman Thompson, Godfrey. Mrs. Edith Fowler, 2955 Hillcrest Jersey Community MEDICAL David Zlnn, Jerseyville. Mrs. .Tracy Bader, Hardln, Wayne Fundel, Jerseyville. Mrs. Duane Bell, Kaiie. Mrs, Bert Murray, Jerseyville, SURGICAL Fred Koser, Batchtown. DISMISSALS Annette Qdelehr, Brussels, , Mrs. Ted Hamblen, Jerseyville. Mrs, pert Murray, Jerseyjllle, ( M r0' Jo|n %bnan,,P^v, r -. Wood River Townpliip Harold Lemmon, Rte. 1, ,Alton. Diana" Flowers, 164 , Eighth. " Charles Wyzard,' J4J1 MUtQiUW. Mrs. jna Atkinson; 803 Third, East Alton. flajph Porter, Rte. J, Alton. Mra,,.HaJen Morgan, S, Roxana, Hartford. k , Robert 'MoEuen, J09 Van Preter Mlss.Shat-on Long, East Alton. Sandm • Buehlman, Godfrey. MM. Gertrude Green, East Alton 3VJj^. Joanne Spance, E&st Alton, Gepree SnodgVasy, BejlwJto. , LonnJe, Hai-glSKBeUovllle. Hendej-son cash earnings ol wwkevs wei-e NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MON. THURS.-FRI. 9 to 9 r Sale! t Central Air Conditioning INSTALLED 2%HP UNIT.... for 6 to 7 Rooms 29,000 BTU $ Save $93.tt5 .. 35,000 BTU 3-IIP U1VIT for 0 to 8-Room Home Honiart 3-Piece Unit Gompressdr installs outside with "A" type cooling cqiljn furnace heat chamber. Installed using existing furnace ducts'and electrial facilities. 3-HP Unit 35,000 BTU for 6 to 8 Rooms liislntl-H-YourHcIl Price ... IV OW OiXJLY 614 INSTAJLLEII Homart 2-piece Unit Compi'essor installs outside \vith slope tyle cooling coil in furnace heat chamber. Installed using existing furnace ducts and electrical facilities. 2i HUP. ITJWT 29,000 BTU FOR 6 to 7 ROOMS DOWN! Includes the Following: • 3-HP Compressor • "A" Type Cooling Coil • 25-ft. Pro-charged Tubing Set • Thermostat and Sub-base Ins tall-It- Yourself NOW ONLY Includes the Following: 2i£-HP Compressor Slope-type Cooling Coil 25-f t. Pre-charged Tubing Set Insulation Kit Thermostat and Sub-base Storm Screen Regular $119.70 NO MONEY DOWN First Payment Ocl, 1 Save on Air-CoiulUioning Costs Installed on wood frames, any size window up to 1UO luohos width plUH height • Triple truck windows fold In for eusy cleivnlnif • Mulntonuneo free ulutnluuni never needs pitjntjug; qau't nisi, chip, peel t 'IHimpor-iiroof loclinj welded corjioru for extra on 3 or More / I Aluminum Combination floors Screen Storm- with 16-in, Aluminum Grille; Regular $30,87 177 lightweight, maintenance- jfree aluminum. Two glass 'panels, one screen. Z-bar outer frame. Door sizes 30x,, 32x8(Mn,, 36x80-in., ___. ; at 8©ars aild Baye ? litlafwotlon Guaranteed or Your Money Back Otlior Pap D to AFTER INVENTORY Sale Starts FRIDAY at 9 A.M. . . . Be Here for These Early Bird Values . . . Bargains Galore on Every Floor. SAVE 50% AND MORE ON LADIES' SUMMER DRESSES BETTER SUMMER DRESSES Regular 5.98 3.00 Regular 9.98 5.00 Regular 14.98 7.50 Regular 19.98 10.00 Regular.25.98 13.00 Regular 29.98 15.00 LADIES' SUMMER COORDINATES | Regular 6.95 |.47:', Regular 10.98 f>.97 Regular 14.98 7.50;. Regular 19.98 10.00;/ Regular 25.00 12.50" Regular 35.00 17.50 SPORTSWEAR REDUCED ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER SPORTSWEAR 1/3 TO 1/2 OFF AND MORE SKIRTS - SLACKS - SHORTS PEDAL PUSHERS AND TOPS VALUES TO $10.98 FINAL REDUCTION 1 l / 2 PRICE SALE MEN'S SUMMER SUITS Regular 29.95 14.97 Regular 39.95 19.97 Regular 49.95 .24.97 Regular 59.95 29.97 Regular 65.00 32.50 ONE LARGE GROUP OF REGULARS—LONGS—SHORTS AND EXTRA LONGS MEN'S SUMMER SPORT COATS Regular 25.00 12.50 Regular 29.95 ............ 14.97 Regular 35.00 ............. 17.50 Regular 39.95 ............ 19.97 Regular 50.00 '. 25.00 SELECT SEVERAL FROM THIS FINE GROUP OF SUMMER FABRICS UNUSUAL VALUES MEN'S YEAR-ROUND SUITS Regular 49.95 24.97 Regular 59.95 29.97 Regular 65.00 32.50 ONE GROUP OF REGULARS LONGS—SHORTS—EX. LONGS MEN'S QUALITY TOPCOATS Regular 39.95 19.97 Regular 50.00 , ,,,. 25.00 Regular 69.50 ."','.'. 34.75 ONE GROUP OF COATS AT A SAVINGS OF 50% SLACKS REDUCED SUMMER SLACKS 6 90 STOCK UP NOW-rTHE SUMMER HAS JUST BEGUN. SAVE UP TO 60% BERMUDA SHORTS 25% Off ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE QUALITY BERMUDA SHORTS IN ALL STYLES AND FABRICS Slight Charge (o» a • '' MYER5 BROTHERS "— 3rd and PIASA DOWNTOWN ALTON

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