Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 9, 1963 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
August 9, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Friday, August 9, 1963
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

FfttDAY, AUGUST 9, 19R3 'aymeirtf roubles?-" ALTON EVENING - CONSOLIDATE you art unable to pay y dur , debu, or bill* , , when duf, arraftQft payments you can afford regard. (••> o* hew much or how many you owe. Oho plate to pay, No cosigners or securit needed! 800 ALTON BUDGET PLAN n otl(lfl( , HO YOUR MONEY EARNS MORE MONEY MORE OFTEN WITHPIASAS QUARTERLY DIVIDENDS When you save at Piasa you get dividends four times a year. You get paid more often—and you get paid more because Piasa pays the largest dividend In the Greater Alton-St. Louis area. Save by mail (we pay by mail) postage free. Write: Piasa First Federal, State & Wall Sts., Alton, II!. For time and tempsnture, dial 465-4431. PIASA FIRST FEDERAL ^ SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION A»*o<inU ln»ur»d to $10,000 by F.dor.1 S«vin(i t Loin IrwinnM Corporation " ' Dividends paid lor over 75 consecutive years! % sssssss* 3 ^^ FOfttV Obb PACJEttVE By Peg Brat ken and Rod Lull "I can remember when tables just stayed put. Flying Preacher Is a Paralyzed War Veteran Hy nOK HAKINO TULSA, Okla. (AP)-The Re\ Russell Heriford cnn'l: walk—bi 10 can fly. The Rev. Mr. Heriford, 38, paraplegic—paralyzed from th waist down by World Wai- wounds. But thai, does not sto ilm from serving as a ministe n the Nazarene Church—or from piloting an airplane. Heriford was a tank man whe J.S. armored forces crossed th Rhine River into Germany. H ank had started across an ope 'ield when machine guns begar firing. Suddenly Heriford foun limself on the ground. "There was no pain — no re membrance of the bullet rollin me off the tank," he recalls, ried to get up, but nothin moved except my head and le: arm." The bullet had entered his righ shoulder, pierced his right lung— and damaged his spinal cord. "I was determined not to be captive of the wheelchair," Hen ord says. He learned to drive a car, the won a license to fly a simpl ype airplane. In 1958, he was li censed to fly a more complicate ype of plane, adapted with a ham control for the rudders, whic normally are operated by th eel. Heriford met his wife, Kittle while he was in a Veterans Hos ital in Memphis, Tenn. They lave two adopted sons, Tommy and Jimmy, 9. The Herifords moved to Tulsf Dry Weather May Effect Floiver Show BRIGHTON — Dry weathe: nd thirsty insects may affec he annual display of flower grown locally for the Civic Lea gue's fall flower show held in th ast week of September, garden ig experts here say. Brighton rea, known for runoff of wate nd a poor retention of moisture the soil, 1ms suffered hi th urrent drowth, relieved o n 1 j y a dew-like rain two nights ago Local gardeners say that those ho expect to have flowers foi le show should be watering anc praying regularly since plants re damaged in the unusual temp ratures unless they are watered praying deters damage to stems y moisture-starved insects. ' Heard the word ? ' IhirtV . .. ' * |j|rd ' Vhia If getting to bo A regular thing with UB. Out what ran yon expect, with c<jn» ao llkoabloT (If you're thinking, «WhPwes?",yp»owMi«BOOyowFentlwdenier,ggwo*,) PQtifla/> aji A TemDGSt tte WOfl AUTHORtKP POMTIAC «ALE8 FOB » *IPt CHOiCt OF WIM-TRACRS AND GOOD USED CARS, TOO. QUALITY PONTIAC, Inc. HERB PONTIAO-BUIOK CO, 111 I, IROAPWAT AHQH 473 WOjOB RIVER AVI. WOOD RIV(R in 1948, thon In 1951 went to New Mexico, where he worked for the Air Force. But in 1953 Hertford decided "the Lord was calling me to preach." He entered Pasadena College in California and was graduated in 1957. They recently returned to Oklahoma, but, after a few months In Tulsa mo^/ed to nearby Inola because it gave Heriford a handler place to land his plane. He and his family fly to Tulsa for Sunday service. He also flies around the United States and Canada to preach. 5 Instances of Hog Cholera in Greene County CARROLLTON — There have been five outbreaks of hog cholera to date his year in Greene County. Only two occurred in the county in 1962. Three of the outbreaks were reported last week, according to Dr. Paul B. Doby, superintendent of the division of livestock industry. One of the outbreaks is at reenfield and two in White Hall. Fifteen outbreaks have been reported in Illinois during this month. Dr. Gerald Richardson, hog :holera diagnostician, reports that 185 pigs are in one of the affected groups. Ten of thefee have died date and approximately 170 animals are affected. An investigation disclosed that the possible source of infection may have been i stray pig that wandered onto :he farm. Parents of Daughter CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Chapman Meyer of Florissant are the parents of a daughter born Aug. 5 at St. John's Hospital in St. Louis. This is the fourth child and third daughter of the couple. Mrs. Meyer is the daughter of Mrs. Lloyd McLane of Carrollton and Mr. and Mrs. McLane went to St. Louis Wednesday and visited at the Meyer home. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Admitted Wednesday as medical patients at Boyd Memorial Hospital were Rupert Vallentine and Frank Carer of Garrollton. Admitted Thursday as medical patients were Mrs. Mary Tapen of Carrollton, Mrs. Lula Van Meter of White Hall and Vince Barton ol Greenfield. Charles Lee Morrow of Green- 'ield was dismissed Wednesday. Dismissed Thursday were Miss larol Sue Baker of White Hall and Miss Connie Bushnell of Car- •ollton. To He Honored CARROLLTON - Mrs. Ronald Jones will be honored at a show«• Tuesday evening a the home of Mrs. Neil Carrico, with Miss Sue Ellen Carrico, Mrs. Richard Reynolds, Mrs. Roy Hall and Mrs. Sylvia Garner as hostesses. .nests will be the women of the Carrollton Community Chorus, of vhieh Mrs. Jones is a member nd Mrs. Carrico is director. Deanery Meeting CARROLLTON - Mi's.' Neil Carrico, Mrs. A. J. Siemer, Mrs. 'hilip A. Daum Jr., and Mrs. 'om Carmody went to Arenzvilje \iesday afternoon where they at- 1 ended a meeting of the Jacksonville Deanery Diocesan Council of "athollc Women at St. Fideles Church. Mrs, Carrico is Uie dean- ry president. Marriage JJcouses CARROLLTON -, Two marriage i c e n s e s were Issued this, 'eek in the office of Richard Meane, Greene county clerk. One 'as issued Aug. 7 to Delbert Jones and Miss Louise Stevens of RoodHous? 1 . Th6 ottier was Issued Aug. 8 to Mark Sanford and Mrs. Virginia Moore Mehfhoff of Carroliton. Cflrtollloti JVotos CARROLLTON — Mrs, Donald Price left Thursday to return to her home In St. Louis, having visited since Tuesday wi h her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. Harold Mptti. Miss Mary Ann Korte of St. Louis Is spending several days with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mill. Mrs. Vivian Driver Gray and two sons of Havelock, N.C., are guests this week of Mrs. Gray's mother, Mrs. Delbert Driver. Miss Winifred Varble of Wnsh- inglon, D.C., is spending a vacation with her parents, Mr. a n d Mrs. Ray Varble. Miss Pam Staton and Miss Marsha Allen of JerseyVille and Miss Diana Kirbadi of. this city were guests from Monday until Wednesday of Miss Mary Elizabeth Schnelten at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Schnellen. The four girls are s u- dents at the Kilzmiller Beauty School in Alton. Sister Mary Margaret of O'Dell will arrive Saturday to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Schnelten. fcridc-io.be Honored CARROLLTON - Miss Blflye Ohst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Obst Of Hardln, who will be married Saturday to Johrt ^irtls Grlswold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis GHswold of White Hall, was honored at a number of showers, dinner parties and luncheons during July, Three bridal showers were given, two on July 14. One on July 14 was given by Miss Dennna Eahrll and Mrs. Jerome Ruble in Carrollton and the other on that date was in the form of a garden party at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J, M. Black of Carrollton, Mrs. Nancy Mansfield of White Hall entertained at a Shower July 20 and Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Moulton Jr., of White Hall entertained at a dinner party July 19. Mrs. Chris E. ladder of Hardin entertained al a luncheon Aug. 9. Reception CARROLLTON - Mrs. Vivian Driver Gray and her fiance, Lt. Col. Ardell Ebel of Dallas, Tex., ll be guests of honor at a re* ceptlon to be given Friday even- Ing at the home of Mrs. Gray's uncle and aunt. Mr, and Mrs. Damon Driver. Mrs. Gray had previously been honored Thursday afternoon at a party given by a group of her friends at the Mehl and inman summer homes at Kampsvllle. Mrs. Gray and her fiance WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING AT SLACK FURNITURE and APPLIANCE CO, 203 W. Third St.—Downtown Alton Lotig Term*—Many, Many Months to Payt fl will be rtmrrted tit thl total Methodist Church Saturday, CAftftOLLfON '— . «« Kev. A. M. Lnlrd, a lotrttt* pastofof th« Christian ChuKti, dted M New York City on My 23 aceordlnpt to word received t# members of the local chtifeh, Hd fcetvcd tho local Christian Church fts pastor from 1910 to 192L Be alert today, alive tomorrow. SPECIAL SALE! DuPONT LUCITE WALL PAINT Reg. 7.45 Gallon $ 5.95 Quarts, Reg. 2.49 $1.80 ELECTRIC and HARDWARE 2505 State St. Phone HO 5-8931 FREE 1'AKIUNG IN OUK LOT, ST. PETERS Avoid the Rush/ Coll Us Now for... WEST KENTUCKY Big Lump and Stoker GOAL Prompt Clean Delivery, Alto Complete ( Fuf I Oil Sorvlpj, MISSISSIPPI' VALLEY QOAL CO.. HO SALE ENDS SATURDAY EXTRA HIGH TRADES PRICES SLASHED TO THE BONE! OPEN TILL 9 P.M. MON.-WED.-FRI. APPLIANCES I TELEVISION I STEREO OUR ENTIRE INVENTORY HAS BEEN PRICED TO MOVE .... TREMENDOUS SAVINGS ON ALL GENERAL ELECTRIC MAJOR APPLIANCES-TV & STEREO ARE BEING OFFERED DURING OUR 9TH ANNIVERSARY SALE... BUY NOW-AND SAVE! AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING 2-Door G-E Refrigerator DELUXE • Freezer holds up to 81 Ibs. frozen food. Quick freeze whole meals. 2 ice trayg, • Automatic defrosting, fresh food section— 8.9 cubic feet • 3 cabinet shelves. One slide out; removable for easy cleaning • Porcelain vegetable drawer. Holds 9/10 bushel! Removable • Door storage.. .bottom shelf holds Hi-gal. milk containers, tnll bottles • Magnetic safety door. Opens easily; closes silently, securely LIGHTEST BRIGHTEST BEST MODEL TB-308X 199 r. GVT Protect Your Frozen Food ; -•''•'• .- ^Investment Just 12 pounds of pleasure. This smartly-styled lightweight is really portable — truly personal. Use it anywhere and everywhere, inside or out; takes little more table space than your telephone book. General Electric puts a perfect "Daylight Blue" picture into a neat 60 square inches (11" diag.) . . . brings you a brighter, sharper, clearer image than ever before. Of course. This great new TV idea was designed by G.E. engineers for YOU. The finest components, assembled with modern, reliable electronic wiring. New 1963 MODEt CA-222 /CAPACITY 12.<) CU. FT. SHOPPERS SPECIALS COME IN EARLY — PICK YOUR CHOICE 10 Cu, Ft, Refrigerator . . . $148,00 w t 30" GE Range . , . , QE Clothes Dryer , , , 10 Used Refrigerators 2 Used Freezer Bargains! 8 Used Portable TV Bargains! 12 Ft. QE Chest Freezer . THINETTE AIR CONDITIONER DESIGNED FOR BEDROOM COOLING Full Range Thermostat No Installation Required *148°° NOW ONLY 4000 BTD 116V—7 W AMPS $144,00 w t $119,00 $ 20,00 up $219,95 REGISTER FOR FREE Portable TELEVISION TO BE GIVEN AWAY AUGUST 10, 1963 BETTER HURRY - SALE EPS SATURDAY - FIRST COME - FIRST SERVED! ALTON HO 2-9246 682 E. BROADWAY BARGAINS GALORE IN BOTH STOKES 12 E. FERGUSON WOOD RIVBRiCL 4-060J

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page