Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 38
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 38

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 25, 1963
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Pgg Bfaetcifl and Red Lull "Frank,-let's brdil t .. I mean barbecue... some hamburger ... I mean chopped sirloin... out in the • backyard... I mean patio!" Mrs. Breitweiser Heads Jersey Hospital Women JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Orvil Breitweiser was elected preslden of the Jersey Community Hospita Women's Auxiliary at the anni al meeting Tuesday at the Firs Baptist Church. Mrs. Clayton Robinson ws named first vice president; Mr Ernest Ferenbach, second vie president; Mrs. Minnie Heslej secretary and Miss Mabel Ewin treasurer. Retiring officers include: Mis Ada. .Keehner, president; Mis Mary Curran, vice president; an Miss -Mabel Ewin who serve both as secretary and treasurer At ;the annual meeting Rev Harold Lane, pastor of the Firs Baptist, gave the prayer-and thi Rev. M. Edwards Breed, of the First Presbyterian Church spoke as representative of the Hospita Board. i Administrator Roy Thornton expressed appreciation of the work done by the Auxiliary and askec the group to provide receptionists at the hospital each night from 5 to 8 p.m. Mrs. Lee Manning conducted a memorial service for four members who died during the year, including Mrs. Anne Shortal, Mrs. Margaret Madden, Mrs. Hugh Roberts and Mrs. John Kallal. A report on the Candy Stripers was presented by Mrs. Roger Egelhoff, who with Mrs. Nicholas Arger' is in charge of this group. She,reported that during the two years the organization has been in existence, 84 girls have participated in the program, serving 4717% hours in three shifts. At present there are 25 girls working as candy stripers. Special Shipment of Men's Summer SHOES > $6.95, $7.95 Retailers! ; Sizes 6 to 12, but M QQ Not in All Sizes 4iOO WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-08 E. Broadway Mrs. Nicholas Arger assists Mrs. Egelhoff with the work of the candy stripers and the Auxiliary gives two parties a year for the girls. A report on the Baby Alumni preparel by Mrs. H. R. Gledhill was read. Mrs. Gledhill originated the Baby Alumni at the local hospital and has been its presi dent continuously. Edwardsville Band Concert Set Tonight EDWARDSVILLE — Program 'or the sixth concert of the Municipal Band's summer season, o be presented at 8 p.m. Thursday in city park, will be: Theme, "Muny Band Pre- icnts", with remarks by Jim Boyle; "From Tropic to Tropic" •narch; "Lisbon Antigua"; 'Orpheus" overture; "Parade f the Wooden Soldiers"; United ,Nations Rhapsody"; Old Panama" march; intermission; "Fanfare and Fable"; Wayfaring Stranger"; "The oy Trumpet"; "The Student rince", selections; "Street cene"; "On the Atchison, To- eka and the Santa Fe"; "The •Claxon" march. Two "selections, "Orpheus" nd "T,he Klaxon" were re- uested by and are dedicated to Charles Caulk, band board resident and long-time member f the band who retired this ear as an active playing mem- >er. In St. Louis Hospital CARROLLTON — Friends here eceiver word Wednesday that ,eroy Meldriim, .who is seriously 1 in a hospital in Vandalia, is be- ng moved today to the John xjchran Veteran's Hospital in St. xmis. Meldrum who resides in Vandal- is a former Carrollton resident nd. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. obert Meldrum of White Hall. OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY TO 9 P.M. anne 317 BELLE ST. END-OF-THE-MONTH ALL REMAINING Were to $10.95 BATHING SUITS . $ DRESSES S 3- S 5 VALUES to $10.09 — SIZES TO 3 • SKIRTS • JAMAIGAS $O • BLOUSES • Slim Jims 4 VALUES to $4.99 — BROKEN SIZES » HOUSE DRESSES ALTON Chtti^h to Sponsor 8-Day Picnic Starting Friday BUNKEft MILL - St. Church will sponsor a three-day fclcnic oft the grounds otie tiiock east of Rte. 112. A fish fry will be held Friday, with serving starting at 5 p.m. and continuing until 7:30 p.tti, The menu will consist of fresh buffalo fish, french fries, cake and coffee, bread and butter. the pi-ice is $1 for adults and 50 cents for children under 13 years of age. Take hoitte orders will be available. On Saturday, barbecue and hot dogs will be served and re- freshmehts of all kinds will, be available. There will be amusement rides for both adults and the highlight of the picnic will be a chicken dinner oft Sunday, \vlth serving from 11:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. A plate will be $1.50 for adults, 75 cents fof high school -students arid 50 cents for children under 13. A serving will consist of a half- chicken or beef dinner, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, string beans, slaw, pickles, relishes, bread, and coffee di- iried tea. feler and Paul Amusement Center \vlll feature amusement rides for both adults add chlU Cari'oiltott High Band to Give Concert ; CARfcoLLtQN ton Community Unit High Sch'dol band will present a ct>fic*ert in 1 connection -With an Ice cteaftl so- dal satai&iy/Aifg. a wfi the courthotiifi l*m.9tfWfig will begin a! f {Mil, fifM th« eofteeft will be at 8 p.m. tft pfipaffttlem lot the edtwett, itiy Metlef, baWd director, has called for rehearsals of the bftiid each evening At f p.m. toeitonltigt Monday at the high school. there will alsd be ft special rehearsal and uniform fitting •Hints- day from 1 to 3! 3d p.m at the high school fof all future freshmen band students* dren, including live potiy rides fof the latter. About one of 10 Haitians can read and write. A W hKniy bee's Hwuth easily takes uft NOTICE LOIS SICKMEIER will open a BARBER SHOP 70S Wtlt St, Louti Av*—Ea*t Alton SATURDAY^ JULY ( «* .',, . .2 *=.„* 1». **fc..,.jfe«....«att.ite*MifittiHitiHfinAAlliiUltt The Jolly Irishman's Fantastic 3 - DAY FURNITURE GROUP OFFER! ONLY AT SLACK FURNITURE CO. 203 W. Third St. -Alton, III. UT TRUE! THREE DAYS ONLY FRL, SAT. & MON. LOVELY 9x12 TWEED OR AXMINSTER RUG Serta Innerspring MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING COMPLETE 5-Pc. DINETTE ADJUSTABLE RECLINER NEW DELUXE STYLING YOUR CHOICE ONLY 10 PC. BEDROOM A full bedroom outfit at a bargain A COMPLETE OUTFIT This Proves That Uncle Dick Slack Has the Best Buys! Look at all these pieces • Four-Piece Bedroom with big dresser including a mar-proof top and rilr rt mirror • a bookcase bed with J] sliding panels and chest • Plus a *P Serta innersprmg mattress and box spring • two dresser lamps : 9 two pillows or a bedspread. 1963 MODEL FAMILY-SIZE i • ^"•^^•"v ILCQ REFRIGERATORS PRICED FROM NEW DELUXE STYLING ' 10 PC. LIVING ROOM! COUNT THE PIECES • Modern Living Room Suite • Foam Reversible Cushions • Durable Decorator-Style Nylon Fabric v •- Choice of Color*' • Two Step Tables '• Cocktail ff Table • Choice of Finishes X • Two i Throw Pillows • Two J] Lovely Table Lamps,• Attractive Smoker's, Stand. Come in and see the outfit, there obligation to buy. You'll always be glad you did. NEW DELUXE WITH TRADE PAY NOTHING EXTRA! WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY:, 10-PC. BEDROOM GROUP 10-PC. LIVING ROOM GROUP 10-PC. SECTIONAL GROUP PHILCO REFRIGERATOR NO MONEY DOWN! PAY AS LITTLE AS $2,00 A WEEK 10 PC. Sectional Group t * • j'j * * i '' * j IB ' HERE IS A SMART GROUP FOR PEOPLE WHO ENJOY GRACIOUS LIVING THIS GROUP INCLUDES: .-''•' \'» • 4 Piece Sectional • 2 Step Tables • 1 Cocktail Table • 2 Table Lamps • Shag Rug Nylon Cover, Choice Colors YOU GjET-THE MQST Fpl^ V\ YOUR DOLLAR AT '' '•'•* •'':£ 3 DAYS ONLY ALL SALES FINAL FREE DELIVERY NO SALES TO DEALERS DOORS OPEN AT 9A.M. SHARP ONE OF THE GREATEST NAMES IN THE FURNITURE BUSINESS KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST FREE PARKING AT REAR OF STORE IN LOT • Browse Around Without Di»tHrbqnce-.-Serve Toiirwlf If YOM • 'The Price You See Is the Price Yen Pay—! , Each Iff m plainly Marked, .. ^j»« s *^ir'i 4 ' Every Pay, OPEN FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL9

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