Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 27, 1963
Page 11
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, JULY fit, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH •Gamttton CARROLLfON - Cftdet Third Class Charles Koster oil the U.S Air Force Academy nt Colorado Springs, Colo., Is spendlngn 28- day leave here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koster. Deputy Sheriff James Tuey and David Glover left today to spend hvo weeks In training at Camp McCoy, Wls. Mrs. L. A. Mehrhoff Jr., and children of Qulncy spent a tew days here this week with the chtl dren's grandparents, Judge and Mrs. L. A. Mehrhofl Sr., en route to their new home in Carbondale Mrs. H. B. hose of St. Louis was a guest tills week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scott Mrs. Eton Dickinson Is visiting In Normal at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. nnc Mrs. James Turpln, and In Michigan at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. anc Mrs. Claude Smith. Charles Meek Is expected to re turn' to his home here this weekend from the F1 r m 1 n Desloges Hospital in St. Louis where he un derwent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Ben King and Mrs. James Tuey and children returned home Wednesday from Denver, Colo., where they spent 10 days with the King's son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rcoder. Dr. A. D. Wilson returned home Thursday from a weeks fishing trip in Canada. CnrrolHon Notes CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Ishnael King and family and Miss Carolyn Butler and Kenneth Butler are spending the weekend at the home of Mrs. King's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Prather at Carrier Mills, 111., King and Miss Butler and Kenneth Butler will return home Sunday but Mrs. King and children will remain for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Haven and son, Michael, of Las Vegas, Nev., will arrive Monday to spend several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Howard. Mrs. William Robinson and daughter, Mr. Harr, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis and Mrs. Robert Butler and son attended the fish fry at Union hall near Greenfield Thursday evening. 'Miss Illinois 9 Is Niece of 3 HamburgWomeji HARDIN — The new "Miss Illinois" in the "Miss America" contest is a niece of three Hamburg women, Mrs. Leta Etter, Mrs. Viola Stranch and Mrs. lone Sevier. She is Miss Judith Schlieper, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Jerome Schlieper of Decatur. Her grandfather Otto Schlieper, and great- grandparents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grader, were natives of tliis vicinity. Judy was crowned Saturday night in Aurora, by the retiring queen, Miss Pam Gilbert. She is blonde, blue-eyed, and will be a , senior at the University of Illinois where she is majoring in physical education. Signs Erected HARDIN — Members of the Patio Furniture Makes Summer Living Enjoyable By DONALD It. BRANN In the summer, everyone wants to take it easy and according to the latest medical advice, this Is the thing to do. When comfortable furniture is pldced In a cool, convenient location, the mind begins to relax by reflex action even before you sit down. Knowing where to go and what you can expect when you get there helps. Capture golden moments of complete relaxation. The smartly designed furniture illustrated was built from full size patterns. Their sturdy construction permits exposure all summer. You can begin a healthy, happy and productive retreat from everyday problems by building this furniture yourself. The fun and relaxation begins when you buy materials and cut each part Mrs. Randall of Kane Fractures Elbow in Fall KANE—Mrs. U.S. Randall, wife of Dr. Randall of the Baptist 'hurch, fell at her home Thursday and fractured her elbow. Dr. Randall took her to the Missouri Baptist Hospital in St. for treatment. Parents of Son KANE — Mr. and Mrs. Duane Sell are parents of a 6 pound 2 ounce boy born Wednesday. The baby has been named Donald Duane. Grandparents are VIr. and Mrs. J. R. Bell and Mr. ind Mrs. Hubert Drainer of Kane. In Barnes Hospital KANE — Kenneth Robinson suf- iered a blood clot Thursday and was taken to Barnes Hospital in St. Louis where he underwent surgery. Kano Notes KANE — Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Reinecke and family of Chicago arrived Friday and left today with Mrs. Ralph Linder for a vis- t with Mrs.' S. N. Anderson South Pittsburg, Tenn. in Japanese fishermen have asked :o carry guns. lamburg Growers 4-H Club erected 4-H welcome signs at the three entrances to Hamburg Thursday, Following the completion of this project, the club met for its regular meeting. State Fair Delegates Selected in Calhoim HARDIN — Delegates to the State Fair from 4-H clubs in Calhoun County were named at the county home economics show Wednesday in the gym of the Hardin Grade School. Four girls will model their garments at the fair. They are Marilyn Devening, Judy McKenney, Ada Mae Herter and Judy Held. Alternates are: Lynda Caselton, Jeannette Arnold and Patty Schulle. A suit made by Patty Hanks will be on display at the fair, for excellence in construction. Garments which were considered for State Fair, in addition to the above, were those made by Karen Breden M Gerri Pohl, Nancy Herter, Sheryl Kinder, Pat Held, Theresa Nolte, Shirley Poppe and Putty Schulte. Nancy Herter will demonstrate her flower arrangement at the fair, and her alternate is her sister, Ada Mae Herter. Jeannette Arnold will give her foods demonstration, and Lynda Caselton and Sally Jacobs will attend foods classes. Karen Breden will attend the fair in public speaking; her alternate Is Patty Hanks. Two dining table covers will be sent for display. They are those of Gerri Pohl, who Is enrolled in the advanced table covers project, and Sheryl Kinder; who has a beginning table cover project. Although the show was primarily tor home economics 4-H members, also on the schedule were the agricultural contests in public speaking and ag demonstrations. Gary Fortschneider wjll represent the ag clubs at the fair jn public speaking, and In ag demonstrations, James Schulte and Billy Schulte will be the delegate and alternate, respectively. In the foods demonstrations, A ratings were earned by Nancy Lee Herter, Sally Jacobs, Lynda Cagel J & A Springman HAS Lawn Supplies ton, Mary Margaret Eschbach, Jeannette Arnold and Marilyn Devening. B ratings were awarded to Sheryl Kinder, Helen Leonard, Debbie Lorton, Martha Carmody and Jane Haug. In ag demonstrations, James Schulte received an A rating and Billy Schulte, a B rating. In public speaking, A ratings were earned by Ada Mae Herter, Patty Hanks, Karen Breden and Roberta Robeen. B ratings were received by Gary Fortschneider, Gerri Pohl, and Grace Roth. Helen Leonard received a C rating. The list of ratings in oilier categories will be released soon. "Add a Room for Less Than You Think" UTTER BROS. Lumber Yard <* • • • ... COTTAGE HILLS | lllllHllinilMIIUIIMimillBIIIHlHIIIW • IT m GUTTERS? All Work Guaranteed ALTON SHEET METAL 103 Central 4U2-OQOO SAVE UP TO on '<*> ALUMINUM AWNINGS CALL HO 5-5588 Blind & Awnlna 01) Milton WE SELL HEATING HAPPINESS Janitrol ™ Comfort »t a comfortable price Is our i specialty! CAMP 1120 Rtlltoi. IW. HO Electric end Hinting to size of pattern. Since you only saw one hoard or drill one hole at a time, anybody can build these pieces by just following the step-by-stcp directions offered 1« each pattern. While similarly designed and constructed chairs sell up to $19.95 at retail, materials can be purchased from your local lumber dealer for about a third. The lawn chair is Pattern No. 32; Lawn Settee, Pattern No. 39; and Terrace Table, Pattern No. 326. Send 50c in coin, check or money order for each pattern requested to Alton Telegraph, P.O. Box 215, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. Send additional 50c for new catalog illustrating over 300 other built-it-yourself patterns and home improvement projects. Add 25c per pattern if you want special handling. Build This Outdoor Chaise Lounge M ttONAtJJ tt< Outdoor living has become such an Important part of our way of life, having the right furniture available when It's most wanted, helps to insure the pleasure of leisure hours. While readymade furniture is available at every price and style, you can still make substantial savings by building it yourself. Even more important, (he designs offered today are only available if you build it yourself. The chaise, built from waterproof plywood Is a case in point. H. not only provides I he perfect answer to relaxed living, but because of Its design and the quality of materials recommended, it will give years of satisfactory, carefree service. The full she pattern offered below simplifies construction by showing exact location of each part. Even boll and screw holes are shown. By tracing and cul- BUILDING PLANS • PLAN BOOKS ORDER FORM Alton Telegraph Plan Dopt. FAMILY HOMES 2000 Alpha St., Lansing, Mich. I want items checked: Design No.: ....4 sets of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List $29.75 ....1 set of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List 17.95 .... Family Homes Plan Book, postpaid 75 Enclosed find $. for items checked. NAME ADDRESS CITY Zone. STATE Family Homes DESIGN 450 Haute 1,201 Sq. Ft. 22,414 Cu. Ft. Oarage 299 Sq. Ft. This Design Offers Real Comfort Layout of this design offers genuine comfort. Rooms are large and generous use of glass makes all portions of the interior bright and airy. Vertical board and bat- tan siding combines with brick and wood to create a particularly impressive exterior. It also incorporates many exclusive features usually associated with homes costing much more — eye-catching .built-ins, a smart fireplace, breezeway and attached garage and loads of closet space. Front door, which is shielded by the wide hip roof overhang opens to a modified entry. At the right is the kitchen. On the left is the living room. Guest closet faces the entrance. Extending from front-to-back, the living room features an attractive ledge rock fireplace and windows at both ends for excellent views, light and ventilation. Dining area which forms an "L" to Uie living room has a sliding glass door for easy access to the back raised porch. With corner windows, the kitchen is airy and well lighted. Work counters and cabinet space are plentiful. A landing opposite the PORCH • '*ii-»-i-*-i4''V.-i ii.5-V rear entrance is almost a par of the kitchen and provides the homemaker within easy reach of breezeway, backyard and basement. Breezeway is a connecting link between the garage and home. During inclimate weather it pro vides excellent protection. It functions equally well as a sheltered terrace. Sleeping area is reached through a short connecting hallway from the living room. To the left is the bath which boasts of two linen closets and built-in vanity. Facing the rear yard is the mastei bedroom. A built-in vanity is an added feature. Both bedrooms have ample closet facilities and good ventilation. This plan conforms to general MAGEE CARPET ARMSTRONG ffl SHERWOOD'S Floor and Wall Covering 1110 Milton—HO 2-3603 Bronzeglow® Birch for Tomorrow's Kitchen TODAY^ You're not dreaming In this kitchen it's a dream come true! The subtle softness and rich charm of the beautiful imONZEOLQW mUCU provide a warm "family" atmosphere. Lei us show you how this kitchen will look in your home with our ISOMiaTltlO PLANNING SISUV- ICH! We'll Do The Complete Job! NO DOWN PAYMENT 6 YISAKS TO PAY ALTON BOTTLED GAS GOPFREYRQAD PHONE 466-3461 FHA, VA and Building Code re quirements. You can obtain building plans with specifications and material list — see order coupon Radiator Covers Here's the Answer By ANDY LANG (/P) Newsfenluro QUESTION: Can you tell me something about making a wood- n radiator enclosure? I haven't lad loo much experience with woodworking, so please don't get me involved in any complicated liocc of construction. ANSWER: The simplest type of radiator enclosure has two sides, a front and a top; no bol- .om and no back. Merely build a frame which will fit over the radiator. When you have tried it out to be certain it is the right size, take it off the radiator and complete it. To permit enough heat to get in the room, the front and top of the enclosure must have open- ngs. This can be done in a num- 3er of ways. One is to bore a lot of holes in the wooden front and :op. While this requires no skill, it takes considerable time and is not too effective. Some kind of metal screening or other perforated material is better. It's easy to attach it to a wooden frame and then nail pieces of wood around the edges for a neater appearance. Another hint to follow with or without enclosures. Place a sheet of aluminum or some aluminum Contract Let ACCRA — Ghana has contracted with an English firm for the erection of three large television transmitters this year. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS LOXON• CONCRETE FLOOR ENAMEL ;/ Beauty plus GALLON HARTFORD LUMBER Hartford, HI. TOUGH PROTECTION for concrete floors GO, Dial CL 4-3622 or CL 4-1821 BETHALTO LUSVGBEE1 CO., Inc. 'The. Friendly Yard" We deliver on Saturdayl ft New Room • I Siding • Roofing Guttering Insulation No Money Down LABOR CAN BE INCLUDED Garage Millwork Cabinets 5 Years To Pay 403 N. PRAIRIE, BETHALTO — Phone DU 4-9131—Evenings DU 4-3261 or DU 4-3571 'oil along the wall directly in jack of the radiator. This will eflect the heat into the room. • * * * (Questions of general interest will be answered in this column, tndividual correspondence can not be undertaken.) 5 YEARS TO PAY! No Money Down! • Finish Attic ; • Add Room Partitions • • Floor and Ceiling Tile : • Any Other Home ; Improvements : ZIMMER HOME IMPROVEMENT , AND HARDWARE CO. 706 Milton Ph. HO 2-0576 ting each part to exact shape of the pattern, construction is so simplified anyone can do a professional job even on their first Iry. Stcp-by-step directions tell how, whore and when to glue and screw each part in exact position shown on pattern. The list of materials tells what to buy and where each is used. Step-by-step directions are complete and written in non-technical language. Send 50c in cash, check or money order for Pattern No. 324R, Lawn Chaise to Alton Telegraph, P.O. Box 215, Briarcliff Manor, New York. Send 50c additional for new catalog illustrating over 300 other build-it- yoursclf pattern projects and home improvement books. Add 25c per pattern if you want special handling. 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 LP-Gas Value Comparison Check: Compare Your Present Gas With What You Get Now From Skelgas: L FRE Equipment Lease 2. FREE Use of Cylinders 3. FREE Equipment Service 4. Regular Home Delivery Servic* 5. Assured Full Weight 6. Tested 3 Ways for Purity so it doesn't "use up" as fast Pure, all-burning Skelgas makes your fuel dollar go farther Make The Change Now During You can depend on genuine Skelgas to give you full value for your money. Check the chart above, and you'll see why Skelgas is your best fuel buy. Change over now during Skelgas "Switch and Save Days!" 1. EQUIPMENT LEASE 2. USE OF CYLINDERS 3. EQUIPMENT SERVICE See BS for genuine Skelgas, the LP-Gas that has earned the Good Housekeeping Seal IM I ONES, Inc, j 911 MILTON ROAD Phone HO 2-2765 A whole new Kitchen Full of Family Fun! That's what every home should have and that's what you can have with u low-cost Home Improvement Loan. A kitchen should be lived in and enjoyed. Come in real soon; we can help you with your planning and financing. AN ASSOCIATION The "Time and Temperature" Corner Broadway ut I'luuu, phono 110 6-7781, Alton, 111. Monthly payments are tailored to your income — responsibilities, >• Borrow up to 80% >• Terms to 25 Years >~ Prepay without Penalty >• Open End Feature INQUIRE TODAY We Are As Near As Your Mail Box .... POSTAGE PAID BOTH WAYS itizens avings and LOAN ASSOCIATION 325 Smith Ave, EAST ALTON DIAL CL 4*3848 :1

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