Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 19
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July 25, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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Mgti Contract Soon Belk Goll Course 0B fttVER - A bMIpld sottii betwefl th f*«!k tStolf CditfSe Colt*. aHc Al Mnkbgle arid fray Freebutg tit* IftUlS, for design and super of the coirtHtttidft of th golf course In Belk Me Park, drhai 1 Lyofi, corpcr atloft. ptesldent, satd today. *;11ie signing of the contract wii be contingent upon the approval l>f the Qty Council, after which Work on the course is efcpcted t< jiftart In about one week, Lyon Mated, ';Work is progressing itt the plan fling and legal requirements to* M&atd cons^uctibn of the course fcyoh repotts, with many volunteers contijibuting their' time and elfoifts in • cooperation with the fielk Park Commission and t h e City Council, in the attempt t< provide a good golf course for th residents of the area. A non-profit corporation has been formed with Gilbert Helm kamp, Marvin Mallory, and Om ar Lyon as incorporators. Elect ed as the board of directors are the three named above, Elmer tfoutch, Ivan Kramer, Ed Hamlin £Uid Pat Kane. Lyon was electee president; Mallory, vice presi dent; and Foutch, secretary- treasurer. •The board of directors was TERMITE SPECIAL Any Size Home This Month $97.50 — ALSO — $1.00 PER ROOM To Eliminate All Household Pests DEPENDABLE Termite Control Co, Member of Alton Chamber of Commerce 2615 State St. PHONE 462-9647 selected frotn among those who have purchased the $1,000 bonds which will pay six per cent interest to be paid from proceeds Of the golf course. The bonds wll mature in 20 years. Of the total apthofization o JiOO.OOO, the sum of $55,000 ha been subscribed to date, in add! tion to the $35,000 pail or pledge in the fund drive early this year Pledges made during the fum Campaign ate due and payabli either to Foutch or Lyon. A lease lot the construction o: the course has been signed with the corporation by Paul Louden Mayor, and-Sylvia Redden, city 1 clerk, . All proceeds of the golf course following It's completion will .be used ih the development of-the course and paying dff the .Irtdebb edness, Lyon stated, the course will revert io : the city in a maxi mum period of 20 years, or a any time when the indebtedness is cleared. > { t{omemakers Meet ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — Mrs Earl Runyon was , re-appointed membership chairman of the Rox ana Homemakers Extension at an all-day meeting Wednesday in thi lome of Mrs. Edward .Mense Rosewood Heights. The major lesson was given by Mrs. Earl Runyon, Mrs. Johr Jinney, Mrs. Doris Johnson anc Mrs. Wilbur Lamm. DISCOUNT! Special lot of Ladies' Shoes, values to $5.00 —all heels, all sizes, but not in all styles. Pair.. WESTERJV SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway Three Youths Treated at Twp, Hospital WOOti R!V$& **fhrie ymirig- stefs wefre treated at the Wo6d Rivet* Township Hospital Tuesday eveniiig fof rrtifldf Injuries ifl- fllcted by a saber, arrow anc golf club. Carol Butkovich, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johh Butkovich, 606 Grove St., Wood River, was cut oil her lip by a sabef dUririg Piasa drill team practice al Roxatia Park. David fJenton, 12, son of Mr. Uhd Mrs. Chester betiton, W. Forest St., Hartford, injured his finger When he tried to catch an arrow which was shot into the air. • ' . A, blow oh the head from a golf' club wielded by a yoUttgster sent Terry Hand, .6, son of Mr and Mrs. Oscar Hand, 879 State St., Wood River, to the hosplta for treatment. Rosewood African Violet Society Meets WbOD RIVER - Mrs. Mary Wllhelm presented the program "History of African Violets," as the highlight of the Wednesday meeting of the Rosewood African Violet Society in the public library. .:')'. ' ' . Plans for fall arid winter activ- .ties were discussed. It was voted to sponsor an African Violet show and violet clinic this fall. Tenta- ive plans were made to visil commercial violet growers in St. Louis. Mrs. Russell French, president, announced the August meeting ivill be. held in the Brighton home of Mrs. Louis Hartman. Visiting Mother WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. 'oseph Traband and children, Port mgeles,*Wash., have arrived for a visit at the home of his mother, Wrs. Hulda Traband, 218 Eighth and other relatives and riends here. Three-Hurt When Car Runs ..*• Into Ditch WOOD RTVEft - Three youths were admitted to the Wood River Township Hospital at 6:45 this* morning aftet their automobile ran into a ditch on Sixth Street in Lincoln Addition. Larry Hutchens, 16, 168 W. Air line Dr., East Alton, was driver of the car. Passengers were hi sister, Susan, 12, and Danny t)n terbring, 10, Racine, Ms. The boys received head injur ies alttf the girl injuries to her neck and left leg. All three were admitted 'for examination and X- 1 Hutchens ; t61d polfbe he lost control 1 of the^Ar-Wheii'it hit some gfavel ott Sixth Street. The car was traveling no'rth on Sixth Street at the time of the mishap • ;' ' '•'•; Visjis Cousin WtiOD RIVER •'- Mrs. Earl Grimm, Fairview, was a Tuesday guest in the home of her cousin Mrs. William Goans, and family 292 S. Twelfth St., en route home from St. Louis where she had at tended the funeral , of her aunt, Miss Maude Harris. Bloodntobile To Visit in Bethalto Area The Red Cross bloodmoblle .will make the first visit of , the .-Bloodmobile to the area since -ithe Be thalto, More, Meactowbrook anc Dorsey areas; were annexed to the Alton-Wood River Chapter. , Residence , of these areas are asked, to donate vat this,. .visit to help meet the chapter's needs. The Bethalto Women's Club, under ' the "direction of - Mrs. Charles Taylor, club" president, is sponsoring the visit. The Bloodmobile will be 'located at File Gymnasium in > Bethalto, Friday rom 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Anyone ' needing transportation may call the American Red Cross office in Alton. . •: ^ ;• • DRUG and SUNDRY PLAYTEX SWIM GAPS . . METAL CAMP STOOLS . . INSECT . v. REPELLENT CANDLE . GOLF BALLS j . . 3 CAMICIDE / INSECT REPELLENT . CAMICIDE BUG KILLER , . , CHARCOAL LIGHTER $1.19 __ , 59c for $|;29 . h I ,,, ,„ 1' : " 39c 'Mediurhrare'is for steak ...not people The Answer to the Burning Question* Sun'n SUNBURN SQUIBB l?4-oz.'Tube 69c 4-oz..Tubc $1.25 •l-o'/,. Plastic Bottle ........ .$1.25 •SOOTHING, COOLING SUNBURN PROTECTION MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NOVELTY SIR AW HATS 69 and up CAR SEAT Cool Comfort Ride on Air i . WHILE THEY coil Innerspring REG, J.49 ; LAWN SPRINKLER . 98c HANDKERCHIEFS^ 9&« EPSOM SALTS 5 Pounds 49 C NEW FAMILY ECONOMY SIZE $2.00 TEGRIN $ 2 69 For Rehet ol Psoriasis MTON STORi? ©prnw Third and Henry Sis, WOOD RIVER: Wood River Ave. at Edwarchvllle Rd, • 300 E, BROADWAY FREE STORESIDE PARKWjg flH jH 9 M6NDAY "ill- 1 •THURSDAY I I Li ^ t pftlDAY ' AKE YOUR CHOICE AT ONIE LOW PRICE! SPECTACULAR VALUES! NO MONEY DOWN, 55 A MONTH 2 Headboards, 2 Springs* 2 Martoss«, Also 2 Set* of L«gs, A Reol Vdu6, Boy and Save Now! LIMITtD TIME ONLY! DRESSER SUITE Styled in blond or walnut finish. Full'* size bookcase bed, 4-drawer^hest, 50" double dresser and 27W mirror. NOT 5-NOT 7 BUT 9 PIECES Smart 9-Pc. Extension DINETTE 100 $5 A MONTH If WOWl;..M<l|im...a4|MM 36x48" Ditietteigrows-to a huge 72" banquet size ... Top resists stains/ chipping and heat. FOAM cushioned vinyl chairs. Chrome- or Brass and Bronzetone. NO MONEY DOWN • 5 A MONTH! Modern 6-PC. Sectional Ensemble 5-PC. CQIOMMI DININ6 CROUP 100 $5 A MONTH Beauty and practicality for your dining area. Handsomely styled tabl* and 4 mate* chain. o PC WAGON WHEEL BUNDED ENSEIABUE t) Get: • 2 Salem Maple SjyjsffH^'^^iN. 1 Chest of Drawers 100% FOAM SEATS and BACKS For den...play room or 'c<f f|A living room. Smart stripe and * 11111 solid pattern. Sleeps 2... • V. V You,get: 2 loungers, 3 Foam $5 A bolsters arid walnut corner MONTH table. ' OUR 6TH TRUCKLOAD OF MAGIC CHEF JUST ARRIVED, THE 7TH IS ROLLING! * * * i * i ' . ' Here Is A Sample of Why We Sell So Many MAGIC CHEF RANGES 7S JULY SPECIAL! THURS., FRI. and SAT. MODEL 2030-1 Put a touch of magic in your cooking: • High,performance U.ni-Bu'rnerj.' • No-drip top • '"' 1 • White drip trays • Oven heai control • Removable door seal • Glide^A-MfltJc br.oiler ,NO.iMONE)TpQWN: •'Smokeless broiler pin f Storage Compartment^ , .W7/'^ '^ 0 '"^ \ { •'! We Also Have Magic Chef Ranges .. For Only $108 • We Have Them With Clocks • Thermal-Eye Burners • All Chrome • Griddles and i -\ FINANCING OPEN TIL 9 MQN,, THURS, and FRI, • • ' '.Xvt'/'.">•• ,. , '

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