Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 5, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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Monday, August 5, 1963
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ALTON EVENING fT" Home Notes Lndgt They Dined on Banks of Rhine Lillmaee Council of the Degree of Pocahontas will mmeel Wednesday at 8 p.m. In Faulstich Mall. Attends Art School Sandi'a Williams of 113 Cedar Lane, East Alton, Is attending a three-week-long Art School al the 'University of Illinois. Pupils attending will be high school juniors or seniors inf September, and were ,chosen by clubs in their city who are member groups of the Illinois Federation of- Women's Clubs. The federation co-sponsors the school, with the ,U of I Division of University Extension, and provides general supervision and chaperonage. Born to: Capt. and INfrs. Richard Cary, Bangkok, Thailand, formerly of Alton, a son, 8 pounds and 12 ounces, SuiVdny. Capt..|and Mrs. Cary have four elder children, one of Whom was borrt In. thai- land. TiV baby is a .grandson of Mr. arid Mrs. William Gross and Mi'; and Mrs. Gordon B. Cary of' Alton. Mr. and. Mrs. Domilc Tucker, 3318 Franor, St., .a son, Vernon Gene, 7. pounds, 9 ounces, 4:36 a.m., Sunday, Alton .Memorial Hospital.,, Three elder children, Mr. and. Mrs!' Richard Mus- grovo, 3305 Sherman St., a son, Craig Richard, first child, 8 pounds, 5:18 p.m., Sunday, AI-, ton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Musgrove is the former Miss Linda Fay Galliher, daughter of Mr. 'and 'Mrs. Floyd Galliher. 'Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs! Samuel Musgrove, MrY apd Mrs. Carl Oiler, 420 Maple St., Roxana, 'a 'daughter, Lisa Renee, first' child, 6 pounds, 3 ounces, 1:50 'p.m., Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Oiler is the former Miss Loretta Rose .Meiser, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. H. B. Meiser of Roxana. Paternal grandparents are,Mr. .-and .Mrs.. Henry Oiler, Roxana. Mr and Mrs 1 . Jackie Dugger, 3825 i Omega St,,. a daughter, Linda Dianne, first: child, 7 pounds, 8 .'ounces; .4:17 -p.m., Sunday,-Alton,Memorial Hospital. v Mr% .Bugger. is',the former Ml'ss ^Ktir'en Joyce Peterson, aa'ugh'terVpf Mr.; and -lyirs. ; John ; 'T./Peterson ; 6t'Al^on;'par ternat -irandparents ;are .Mr. and %|.. Don. B,.Duggef, East ' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. James Crowe, Rte. 'l r 'Bethaltoi 1 ' a son, 10 pounds,' 12:33 l>.ni., Sunday, Alton'- Memorial' Hospital, bl- der children, Mark Wayne, 7, and L,ori. Ami/;2. Mr. ana Mrs.'Kenneth Holloway Jr., 649 Oakwopd, a, daughter, Kelly Kay, first child, 6 pounds, 10 ounces, 4:51 a.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Holloway is the former Sarah Jane Haug, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Haug of Godfrey. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Holloway Sr., Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Coffler, 1013 Marie St., a son, Douglas Hildebrand, first child, 6 pounds and 6 ounces, 3:37 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Coffler is the former Gail Sherwood Hildebrand, daughter of Mrs, Alton Parker Hildebrand, and the late Mr. Hildebrand. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Coffler of • Everett, Wash. .. :' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson, 518 Hillsboro St., Edwardsville, a son, Dean Thomas, first child, 8 .pounds, 13 ounces, 1:43 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs, Johnson is the former Miss Janis JoAnn Stevenson, daughter o{ Mr, and Mrs, Roy Stevenson of MUlvUle, / Minn, Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Torger • Johnson, Ottosen, Iowa. Mr. ana Mrs, Paul Spencer, 120 W. Fifth St., Roxana,. a son, Tracy Lee, 6 poundf, 3 ounces, 7;08 p.m., Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital, Elder children. Chai'la Kay 4, and Scott Allan 1. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Klonstrn, 308 Sotier PI., Wood' River, a son, 7 pounds, 10 ounces, 7:28; .p.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Timothy 4, Judith 2Va, and Lawrence 1%. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas East, Rte. 1, Mount Olive, a son, 6 pounds, 5:06 p.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Neese, 102 Virginia Ave., Cottage Hills, a son, 7 pounds, 14 ounces, 12:45 a.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Brent, 4%, and Bryan, 2%. Mr. and Mrs. George Sclimltt- ling, 111 E. Seventh St., Roxana, a'' daughter, 7 pounds. 14 ounces, 1:25 a.m. Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. .Elder child, Marlene Catherine. Mr. and Mrs. Artie Gibson, 411 Stryker Ave., Jerseyville, a daughter, 8 pounds, 8 ounces, 11:23 p.m. Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Ricky, 5, Artie Jr., 4, and Thersa, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dalley, East Alton, a son, Todd Alan, 8 pounds, 11 ounces, 3:15 a.m. Sunday; • Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Pasha Gaye 2%., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Downing, ! 220 Elm St., Roxana, a .daughter, Donna Sue, 7 pounds, 10 ounces, 2:50 p.m., Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Bider child, Ramonia, 2. Mr. and Mrs. William; Jones, 3052 Paul St., a daughter, 8 pounds, 13 ounces, 1:28 a.m., today, Alton. Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Anthony, 11, Gregory, 10, Linda, 9, Gary, 7, Beverly, 5, and Michael, 4. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cox, 601 Mildred St., a son, Jerry Eugene Jr., 10 pounds, 7 ounces, 5:19 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. , Elder children, Cindy, 8%, and Teresa, 2. MOLB The Military Order of Lady Bugs appointed two chairmen during a meeting Thursday in Veterans' Memorial Center. The appointees are Mrs. Nora Pfaff, chairman of cancer work; and Mrs. Hattie Frey, chairman of the group's work at Alton State Hospital. Mrs. Earl Hamilton and Mrs. Pfaff are chairmen of a rummage sale planned by the women,' and are accepting calls from persons with articles to donate. The next meeting will be in the center on Sept. 5. 134 at Reunion The reunion of the 1938 June and January classes of Alton High School was attended by 134 persons Saturday in Hotel S»ratford. • William F. Buiid Jr., was master of ceremonies for the dinner-dance, a,nd the Rev, Don Meisejiheifaer of St. Paul, Minn u B«ve the invocation. Honored guests Included Dinsmore Wood, dean of boys in 1938, and Mrs. Wood. Oilier cjass members came from New York, Minnesota and Texas. (fiditdt'S Nolef this 18 another in a series by Elaine Wendlcr, Madison County Home Adviser, oti foad In foreign countries. She and her husband recently returned from Europe.) By ULAtNti WJfiNDLiSR County Home Adviser GERMANY—A beguiling romantic Countryside. It is a story book landscape with an Indefln^ able mystic beauty, serenely indifferent to politics, revolutions, wars, and social change. Along the Rhine you see Industry at It's best; In the depths of the Black Forest (SCHWARZWALD) with Its fairy tale houses, Us dark evergreens, which give it the "black" look, rise from a forest floor so tree of Underbrush that It looks as though It has 'been swept. It Is not on unbroken forest. There are green valleys, open meadows, postcard towns, and farmhouses with steep thached roofs. In this region the farm people do not save their colorful regional costumes for Sunday best; you will see them every day, and his unselfconscious pagent of folklore against a backdrop of lovely forest scenery is what gives the SCHWARZWALD its special charm. The ROMANTIC ROAD is more than a road from FUSSEN to WURZBURG; it is an organization known as Die Ro- mantiscle Strasse. There are n series of "living medieval cities, such as Rothenburgh, its walls still standing, complete with bastions, gates, towers, and a moat on whose still waters white swans float in the dreamy atmosphere of a town that has drifted off to sleep. tXJVe SaiiRngg Germans love sausage (Frankfurter, Bratwurst, Weiss- wurt), p6rk, veal and game. They cook with lard land they gd for starch in a big way; Anything that can be served with dumplings is served with dumplings. The food is delicious and very plentiful, a bit on the heavy side. The Germans have the habit of Brotzeit "bread-time" or « between-meals bite of bread and butter, sausage and beer or coffee. It's easy to become a Brotzeit addict. The regional sausages are out of this world; Frankfurters, for example, of which the American version is only a facsimile; Regensburger, a heavily-spiced pork sausage Welssfurst, a white sausage- made of veal, calves brains and spleen, (we didn't try this one); Bratwurst, the pork sausage, so famous, and our favorite. Other outstanding German specialities are HASE IM TOPF, a sublime rabbit pate, RHEINSALM pale pin Rhine salmon; BRUNNSWICK asparagus, which you dip in a sauce and eat with your fingers, and a gamut of mouth-watering sweets including SCHWAR- GWALDER KIRSHTORTE, a Black Forest Cherry tart. You can always diet later after enjoying the German food. Most German menus include fish from the shores and rivers 'of the county. They are usually smoked, salted and pickled, and served with sauces of characteristic flavour. The Ostendorfs Honored Fruit s6ups ate much in fa- vour as n prelude to the main course and arc often served cold. Sometimes they are made from the tips of wild roses, elderberries, applies or cherries. Mustard in Germany is so sticclent nnd delicious we carried some hbme with us. Little Markets Many times we would shop at the little German markets for our lunch. My husband could speak a few Words of German, and speaks well with his hands, so they were able to understand which sausage we wanted and how thick to have them sliced. Excitment always reigned when they found we. were Americans. And they would try so hard to please us. With the sausage, a hard crusted loaf of bread and a bottle of the favorite "American pop," we would lunch in the crystal snowbound silence of a Bavarian Alpine area or along the Rhine river. Germany is in the throes of a very real liberal democratic revolution. They have been building their country from the rubbles of war and they are in a state of constructive euphoria which is absolutely contagious. Germany is indeed a beguiling country. Potato Dumplings There are so many good German dishes, you hardly know which one to give. But here is a recipe for ERDAPFELK- NODEL (Potato Dumplings) 1 Ib. potatoes 2 oz. butter (4 Tablespoons) 3 rolls 1V 2 oz. flour (slightly more than % cup) 1 egg and 1 egg yolk salt Beat the butter well with the eggs, add the rolls which you have cut Into cubes and fried in a little fat. Add the potatoes which you have cooked and put through a sieve, add the flour and the salt and cook in boiling salted water for 15 minutes. Serve with almost any meat dish, the German's do. FAST FILM SERVICE HICKS PHOTO STUDIO .1418 cnllfornlfl HO MM* Informal Modeling See a preview df the latest- In Wsmen's Fall Fashions ffom Pho&be Goldberg Inc. while eftj6yir»§ yeuf- dinner at SCHNElfHOrtST'S Restaurant In the New HOLIDAY INN af Edwardivfll* Tuesday, August 6, 7 P,M, #*• **• Some 100 persons surprised Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ostendorf •Saturday afternoon with a party in their home, in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. The affair was planned by their children, Ronna and Da- H air dressers Return Home Mrs. John Shea, area cosmetologist, was elected to the board of directors of the SIU Advanced School of Cosmetology in Carbondale last week while the school was in'session. Mrs. Robert Bohart, who has completed the, three years required by the school, was elected president of the class of '63. Mrs. Lena Bailey was elected first vice president o£ the junior class., Graduation exercises were held Friday night with Dr. William Sylvester White, director of the school, as speaker. Also attending the school from this area were Mrs. Ebert Becker, a post-graduate student, and Mrs. Alva Lumle'y, a member of the junior class. The beauticians returned home this veekend. vid. The couple was married Aug. 20, 1938 in Carlhwille. Mr. Ostendorf is employed by Owens-Illinois in its mold shop. The Springmans Mr. and Mrs. Al Springman of Spring Haven, Godfrey, were the guests of honor Saturday at a party in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Weaver, 250 W. 19th St. Gifts were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Springman, who recently moved from 925 Douglas St. Cards were played, and a late potluck supper was served, by the hostess, who was assisted by Mrs. William F. Youngberg Jr. FREE Wlrh P«r«li«t ~ ,,, or $Mf Yd, and Up Our .^BwrlWoyB pWMWWl ,,--- i»iUt you with your decorntlnf Bpefli. y in mmsii Complete Coin-Op DRY CLEANING FACILITIES! All the Work Will Be Done by Out Attendant! 8 LBS. $2.00 4 LBS. $1.25 EASY-WASH AND DRYCLEAN CENTER State & Delmnr North Alton Open Dally 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. NEARLY EVERYONE TRAVELS'. SOMETIME — SOMEWHERE Says, A. N. Sullivan President, ITA TRAVEL ADVISORS Our travel agency isn't quite ten years old. In that •time, we've vaulted over every quota we've set, and have found that each of our clients nearly always tells others about our many services, and sends other Travelers to us. We have always operated on the theory that a client is an individual and likes to be treated as such. Next Time You Plan to Travel Somewhere Call the Travel Phone in Alton HO 5-2558 Airline Reservations and Tickets Rail and Bus Tickets Tours — Cruises — Resorts K ^ K H R I/ H . . > A SICK BODY CAN BE LIKE A PRISON There are mnny people who suffer recurring pains nnd discomforts. Some of them are continuously taking self-treatments. Others do nothing and permit their Body to bo a tormenting prison. In this wonderful age to be healthy should be the rule and sickness an exception. It is wise to consult your physician whenever your body is not a pleasure to live in. VOVH PPPEPR CAN PHONE US when you need u medicine, VlcH up your prescription If shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra, charge A yreat ipny people entrust us with their proWlpUunii. May we compound yours? PHONE 4ei<Q07i -./• WON, • TUES, - WED, Sorry We Ran Ouf. Plenty More CANNING TOMATOES On Sale NOW! Get Yours Today! BROADWAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 East Broadway MONTICELLO PLAZA Godfrey, HI. VILLAGE SQUARE Hazelwood, Me. Fashions ANNUAL $£00 James Kenrob by Dalfon by Kozet of California Coordinates by Majestic We have enlarged our sportswear department 1 and now have one of the most outstanding selections of sweaters and coordinates in the entire area. See our Corduroy Coordinates FREE We have an outstanding selection of coordinates by Thermo-Jac. Also, we now carry a complete line of skirts and capris for short and tall girls. Come in and try them on. Your Choice of Any Sweater, Skirt or Capris, regularly priced to $8.98. All that is required is to purchase any 5 sweaters from our stock of hundreds, have them put in layaway with a $2 deposit. If they are paid for in full by Nov. 1st, 1963, you will receive your FREE gift. All 5 Sweaters Must Be Purchased At One Time Remember—Only $2.00 will hold your purchase of sweaters until the time you need them I JOIN NOW! Early American This Midyear August Clearance Sale at jacoby's offers you outstanding sale prices on furniture and accessories that are discontinued, floor samples and one-of-a-kind pieces. On sale merchandise — all sales are final — no returns or exchanges — sold "as is" for immediate delivery. Shop soon for the .best selection — sale items subject to prior sale. Jacoby s Wing Back Sofa with simple button back. Box pleated skirt. Reversible foam cushions. Brown or green tweed. $ I KO 50 Was $189.50. NOW ............ • «*» Solid Maple Frame with loose foam cushion seat & back. Gold print. » I 39 Was $159.50. NOW ... ..................... " ww Solid Maple side chairs, good for desk chairs or as extra chair. (3 only). *79 Was $37.50. NOW ............................ *" w Klina Colonial Solid Maple "Coordinates- Base & Hutch Top Wall Units 40" Chest & Door Top unit, $ I OK 00 Was $204.00. NOW ww 36" Chest & Door Top Unit. Was $189.00. NOW 30" Door Chest & Open Top. Was $162.00. NOW Kling Solid Maple Triple Dresser & Mirror. Was $189.50. NOW Drop leaf Dining Room Table - Solid maple $ I QQ50 with matching plastic top. Reg. $129.50. NOW I U3 I CO 50 „ |54 ' *" I CO 60 ' wv Bedroom Lane oil walnut full size bed, Double Dresser & Mirror, Chest. Was $379.50. $9QQ 50 Now fc*J3 Panel Ded, Triple Dresser and Mirror and Chest. Modern styling. $ 1 QQ 50 Was $219.50. Now • v*J Genuine oil walnut contemporary, walnut pulls on drawers. Open panel full size Bed, Double Dresser and Mirror. Chest. ^ftQ Was $444.00. Now French Provincial finished in white and gold. Open panel full size Bed, Double Dresser and Mirror. Was $154.50. Now . . $ 139 50 Dinette . . • 36"x60" table (with one 12" leaf in place) with silver wood top. Chrome metal. 4 wire back chairs with mar- lex seats. Was $ Q9 50 $119.50. NOW ......................... ^ 42" round pedestal table with 4 molded fiber glass chairs. Choice of white, black or multicolor 5 7Q ° chairs. Was $109.50. NOW .............. IV Chairs . . . Occasional chair, ejther stationary or swivel. Choice of tMrquc-ise, beigo, green, rose. $ OQ '5 Was $39.50. NOW ............. ......... ** Same'ih Rlaftic. Was $49.50. NOW ....... . , .$39,W Traditional chair, foam T-cushion, deep tufted . Blue, Was $65,00. NOW Dining Room Modern Walnut 8 piece set. Large Extension Table, 2 Arm and 4 Side Chairs (rosewood backs), large China, by Lane. $ COR W Was $785,00. NOW VVV Modern Walnut 8 piece set. Small Drop Leaf Table that extends long. 2 Arm Chairs and 4 Side Chairs. Small China. Was $648. Now , , , Tilt-back relaxer chair by Kroehler. Plastic & $OQ50 cloth combination. Green. Was $109.50, NOW V^ Contemporary high back chair. Very comfortable. Tailpr- ed brown stripe. Solid walnut base and $1^0^ frame exposed, Was $198,60, NOW ...... I™ Buy on Easily Arranged Time 627<i, Broodwgy FREE PARKING AT REAR Above Is Only A Sample Of Sale Prices — Also Sole Prices on Unfinished Furniture, Cribs, Sofa Beds, Table Lamps, Draperies, End Tables, Sectionals, Divan and Choir Sets, Throw Rugs, Card Table Sets, Patio Furniture Quantities Limited Payment Plan! ENTRANCE Alton \

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