Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 31, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 31, 1963
Page 16
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ALTON MINING -81,1963 if f eefiiati Arrives for Bjp ftffc ASSOCIATE (APVU.S. Secretary t Agriculture freeman arrived from Mbsdew today tot a three-da* visit tb fttfaffdj Second dountty t>f) his tout-of. Communist fiasteth ^Europe. in |n 'alrpott speech, Freeman tetfitndd Poles that President Woodrbw- Wilsbfi "was one of thdsgWhci insisted most strongly" on creating an independent Poland after World War I. Polish officials are expected to ask Freeman for continued shipments of IJ.S. surplus grain in long-term credit and to press for Sticks Cafe Aches LONDON — Two :English doctors claim they have cured doz ens of patients of terrible head, aches by sticking pins in them, an expanded U.S. market for Polish exports. II ntcn TRUST US-OVER 4 Mill ION HAVE-SINCt 1898 300 EAST BROADWAY AIR CONDITIONED FREE STORESIDE PARKING SPECIAL VALUE OF THE WEEK! 7-PIECE SOFA BED SUITE Made by Hide-Away Manufacturers INCLUDES: SOFA-BED and Matching CHAIR Phis: •fa 2 Step-Tables if Cocktail Table •jf 2 Lovely Lamps •^f OR Your Choice of Colorful Plastic RECLEVER CHAIR $9.00 A Month NO MONEY DOWN A complete outfit to make your living room sparkling bright! Expert workmanship used in construction and tailoring. Only FRANKLIN UNION dares offer so much, for so little! OPEN 'TIL 9 PM MONDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY! r^\v* x ' B.EGoodrich HURRY! FOR THIS SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER! LOWEST PRICE EVER on a major brand narrow whitewall •. .'• .•' ."' "' /•'' ':9' ' Atf AF.MMtf'7{rlRr m bitt. NARROW WHITEWALL NYLON GUARANTEED 15 MONTHS Hew B.F. Goodrich COMMANDER 220 HO MONEY DOWN 6.70-15 Tube-Typo' when you trade your old tire "BIG EDGE" SILVERTOWN NARROW WHITEHALL 6.70-15, 7.50-U Tubeloss All prices plus tax and lire off your car. A GUARANTEE YOU CAN TRUST! B.F.Goodrich guarantees these tires against blowouts, cuts, breaks caused by road hazards encountered in normal driving. If a tire is so damaged beyond repair, you get full allowance for remaining tread against the purchase of a replacement — at current retail list price, CHECK THESE SPECIALS AT ANY OF THESE DEALERS 'TTjf f% ^F wHpiw ^» ^^mi^^ ' ^^ti^ ^sd!^ B.EGoodrich/ ALTON - 440 E. BROADWAY - DIAL HO S-77S4 GRANITE CITY r 23rd & MADISON - DIAL CL 2-7123 Hospital Notes Alton Memorial t MEDICAL Mrs. Lorene Heerefi, Livingston Mrs. Jean Kline, 2647 Sidney Mrs. Sarah Ann Kelly, Godfre Robert Powers, East Alton Mrs. Bertha Fowler, Godfrey Charles Sconce, East Alton stmatcAL Mrs. Juanita R. McNelly, 631 Altnstead Fred W. Hoepke, Edwardsville John Erlckson, East Alton Mrs. Karen White, Wood Rive Fred Tedrlck, Bethalto Gary Whitworth, Granite City Millard Milligan, 1118 Bro\vn Charles Glossup, Jerseyville Leo-Burns, 519 Elfgen John Mitchell, 1116 Quincy Ct Lawrence Meftord, Godfrey Robert Vail, 3206 Myrle DISMISSALS Mark Carter, Moro Vondal Wood, 833 Chouteau Mrs. Albert Higlifill, Wood River Mrs, Natalie Peat, East Alton Mrs. Eunice Roberts, Grafton Mrs. .Claire Moyer, 33-iA Bluf .Mrs. Daisy Fisher, Glen Carbon David Thomas, Granite City .obert Bachman, Godfrey Mrs. Rena Campbell, East Alton Henry Lynn, Roxana arl Gill, Bunker Hill ICarol Derricott, 3301 Henrietta .eo Willis, 614 Marsh St. Anthony's MEDICAL Folipe Romo, 709 Lampert Earl Little, Rte. 2, Edwardsville Mrs. Dorothy Peterson, Rte. 1 Moro Mrs. Charlotte Miller, 601 Wyss Mrs. Joy Finley, 504 Hamilton, Wood River ; DISMISSALS Mrs: Minnie Wendle, 1113 MePherson Mrs. '. Pauline Stone, 152 May wood.Dr., East Alton Mrs. j Leona Stumpf, Brussels George Peters, 436 Florida, East Alton Mrs. Jessie Mielke, Grafton Mrs. Atomic Higgins, 8th North Main, 1 Wood River Mrs. Agnes Coffler, 5363 Humbert Rd. Mrs. Dorothy Funkhouser, 3407 Fullerton Sk. Joseph's ' MEDICAL Mrs. Jean Staff, Edwardsvillle Miss Janice" R. Strowaatt, 1203 Diamond Mrs. Kenneth A. Duval, Fieldon \ Mrs. Rose youngblood, Bethalto Matt Harris*, 2517 Humbert Miss Joyce (Snyders, Batchtown Mrs. Mae Corbett, 249 7th, Wood Riveq Mrs. Viola Etnma Stevens, 970 Wood River, Wood River SURGICAL Mrs. Evelyn H; Puhse, 382 Westerholt, Efest Alton Mrs. Dorothy I* Kearby, Rte. 3, Godfrey Terry G. Fairless, Rte. 1, East Alton Mrs. Geraldine -E. Miller, Rte. 1, Edwardsville Mrs. Edna Beutell, Rte. 1, Godfrey DISMISSALS Mrs. Dolores Boren, 2715 Viewland Reid Boyle, Edwardsville Mrs. Carolyn F. Brown, 290 10th, Wood River Mrs. Geraldine Everage, 1609 Piasa Daniel Ewing, 1016 Highland Mrs. George Ewing, 301 Dry Mrs. Genevive L. Grove, Godfrey Edwin Howell, Godfrey, Mrs. Jacqualyn Lauck, Godfrey Mrs. Betty Leese, 1506, Langdon James Lindley, 408a West 4th Mrs. Anna Meyer, Belleville Clarence Mills, Moro '.. Mrs. Marie Nurnberger,* Rte. 1, Jerseyville Mrs. Ruth Schaberg, St. Charles, Mo. Mrs. Alice Wallace, • 2807 Grandview Mrs. Martha Warrren, Roxana Mrs. Gladys Carter, 737 Market Mrs. Dorothy Barnett, 1253 Yeakel Mrs. Rebecca Dirksmeyer, Hardin Mrs. Edley Morgan, 608 Marsh Rudolph Hendrickson, 854 Washington Mrs. Edna Schulte, Rte. 1, Bethalto Mrs. Rosemary Spureon, Grafton Oliver Walker, Cottage Hills Tony A. Baker, Rte. 1, Alton Mrs. Nellie Sullivan, 607 Easton Jersey Community MEDICAL Craig Brakefield, Elsah Mrs. Raymond Alexander, Jerseyville Mrs. Richard Rose, Brussels Mrs. Roger Egelhoff, Jerseyville Mrs. Martha Marshall, Jerseyville Mrs. Jesse Seago, Jerseyville Mrs. Lonnie Long, Greenfield DISMISSALS David Zinn, Jerseyville Mrs, Glenn Dugger, Jerseyville Lonnie Haug, Brussels Take thi Helm of Your Own Boat and Have Fun! Skipper your outboard or inboard motorboat and enjoy a new world of fun. Finance your craft on a low*coit Boat Loan from us. Convenient termf. See or call Ken Kloo* at MIDSTATBS FINANCE CO, 311 (Udgf nttr PHONIHO Mrs. William Brandt, Greenfield Mrs. Clyde H. Yocom, Jerseyville Lonnie Haug, Brussels Mrs. William Brandt, Greenfield Mrs. Clyde H. Yocom, Jerseyville Mrs. Herschel Hunter, Kane Charles Glossop, Jerseyville Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs, F, Evelyn McGhee, Rte,, 1, Edwardsville Dennis Wayne Parker, Moro Mrs. Mae Essary, Bethalto Harry M. Legate, 331 George, East Alton Leeraney Dilks, 429 Brown, East Alton SUttGtCAL Mrs. Louisa J. Stuckwtsch, 318 S. Twelfth <aren Kay Vegan, 622 Grove Mrs. Emma Mae Albers, Cottage Hills Mrs. Hazel L, Sturgeon, Roxana Mrs. Eleanor H. Williams, Rte. 1, East Alton Maurice D. Green, Rte. 2, Edwardsville William A, Wanous, 631 Bowman, East Alton DISMISSALS Mrs. Ann Jennings, 425 Monroe, East Alton Karen Kay Vogan, 622 Grove, Mrs. Dahlia (Peggy) C. Callender, Cottage Hills Harold H. Lemmon, Rte. 1, Alton Jimmie L. Pollard, 113 Granville St., Bethalto Ralph H. Porter, Rte. 1, Alton Girls Take Purl in Revue MORO — Seven glfls represent ed the Moro Merry Maids 4-tt Club in the dress review on the final night of the Madlsotl County Fair at Highland. Linda cooper and Jane, Hans modeled skirts and fringed scarfs, Linda received a second place ribbon and Jaiie received sixth place. Four girls modeled school dresses. They were Jean Dorsey, fourth place; Sandra Saboff, fifth place ind Pat and Marcella Dorsey, sixth place. Beverly Cooper modeled a shorts outfit and received a sixth dace. The annual local achievement day program will be Aug. 15 at L:30 p.m. at Moro Presbyterian Church. Attunidlng Conference MORO — Miss Elaine^ Helmkamp left Friday for Washington, D. C., to attend the International Wallher League Convention. Guest Minister MORO — The Rev. John DIGla- como of Mitchell will occupy the pulpit of the local Presbyterian Church Sunday. Visiting ministers have be~n lamed for the next three Sundays vhlle the Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Hoxsie are on vacation. Jaycees Organize New Chapter at Bethalto Wordett WORDEN - Mr. tttid Mrs,, John Hubert of dlllespie and Miss Mttry Lou Hubert of Granite City were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F*oley. Mr. and Mrs. Martin VViese of Chicago are Visiting with Mrs. Wlese's mother, Mrs. Carolina Urspriing. Mrs, Don Pebbles and Mrs. Ida Mae Pebbles of Edwardsyille visited with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ludwig Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wray Best and sons, Dennis and Verti of Ed- wardsvllle, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wohlert and Mr. and Mrs. John Best Sr., Monday. Bob Madoux returned home Saturday after spending a week at Mac-Gomery camp at Chesterfield. Mr. and Mrs, Don Fleming and sons, Donald and David, and daughter, Stephanie of Columbus, Ga., are visiting with Mrs. Fleming's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sauenvein. Mrs. Charles Paur and daughter, Kdith Ann of Edwardsville, BEfttALTO - A Junidf Gliaftl- ber of Commerce was organised h6re Tuesday HteM» fcftd[will Be headed by •terry Ballnfd, it was announced today. " ! Tlie new organlsiati&n has 21 members. A constitution and bylaws were adopted at Ihd meeting. ' ' The Alton ^ayceefl, three months ago, began work on otv ganizlng a chapter in Bethalto, and since that tittle have had several meetings and have given guidance to the,young Bethalto men In the formation of the new chapter. • • . ' ' ; -\ ' \ Serving with Ballard will be Max Ragatt, internal vice president; Bob Happier, external \vice president; Jerry Bout-land, secretary-treasurer; and Joe Depo>v and Tom Nettman, directors* The new group will meet oil the first and third Wednesday's at the flrehoiise. ; , • Stanley Hall, an Alton Jaycee, was chairman of the organization of the Bethalto chapter and was assisted by Charles Connour. spent Sunday with Mr. atld Mrs. L. W. Madoux. P. N. HIRSCH & CO. BO M M IE SHEETS and CASES 81x99 FULL FLAT White Sale Feature Value ... Oar own durable, close-woven cotton muslin sfaeefcaod pillow cases . .. smooth-textured and long-wearing .-»•• 130-thread count. Stock up now and save! 72x108 Twin Flo* or Fitted Twin "Bonnie" White 42x36 PILLOW CASES, pair PERCALE 81xlt>8 Full Hat or Fifted Full...... 1" •J64 White Safe 22x101 SlxtOt \ •199 99c 2 73 U41 • m Fanrwd iMMQ kmui^ously- < 9oft 1 DRAPES Dtohtiy-textiired Fibcrglos gloss . . rllKJI 90-litch*s long, Single fabric width i Colorful beauty at your windows... damask printi hi soft pastels . . . compare to 7.98! Foam Mattress TOPPERS PLASTIC LAUNDRY BASKET • Gkwt l^bushtl sii« o Sturdy ,. unbrvakabk • Your choice of colors 79c Vahwc in Hiis event Lovely Heirloom Design . .. BEDSPREADS ExquisHw Early American pattern in WHH». F?n» cr«fhman»hlp for long w««r.. w«$h«W«. COMPAti at FIVE BIG STORES Powntown Alton and 'til 9,. Other Pay* 9 KQ 6 p.m, AJtoo Open Monday and Friday 'til 9. other Pays 9 to 6! ao. Alton Every Night Till 9 P.m. Saturday 'til 9:30 WIUWw t ( \OowatQwi) yjllfpe ,n ty«*<| tuver OPEN 'QpViWday 'till 9. •TIL i P.M, 'Ml, lj:a

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