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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, August 10, 1963
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SATtJftbAV ' AUGUST 10, 1963 Hospital Notes Alton Ml5t)tOAt Oscar Neiinaber, Bethnlto Mrs. Vernal Gates, Wood River Elmer Lyhn, 37.18 Woslern Mrs. Dorothy Beavers, East Alton Loyal Ferguson, 3800 Horn John Harmon, 2416 Mall Nora Hayes, 3217 Edsall stmatoAt, Barbara, David, Dennis and Douglas SmtUi, i Chessen Lan Leon Little, Bethalto Mrs, Lena Houston, 719 Ridge Robert Maple, Godfrey Mrs. Wanda Wrestler, St. Louis DISMISSALS Mrs. Janls Johnson, Edwards- villa Mrs. Sara Hollowny, 649 Oakwood Mrs. Geneva Downing, Roxana Mrs. Diana Dnlley, East Alton Mrs. Linda Musgrove, 3305 Sherman Mrs. Anna Rhoadcs, East Altoi Patricia Roberts, Wood River Maurice Toner, 2619 HHIcrest Miss Bessie Webster, 2010 Part Frank Nico, Livingstone Mrs. Nellie O'Brien, 209 Miami Ivnn Smith, Edwardsvllle Donald Kirkpalrick, Bclhalto Robert Keene, 11.08 Belle Dr. Frank Hunt, Mcdora Wesley Graul, Alton Mrs. Dcvella Jucngor, 320 Dooley Mrs. Lizzie Summers, Harlforci Mrs. Emmn Charllon, Belhalto Coy Garvin, 1259 Yeakcl Mrs. Helen Fjnrstad, 3012 Burton St. Mrs. Mary Farmer, 531 E. 7th Eldon Baker, Brighton John Mitchell, 111G Quincy Mrs. ,Io Ann Peek, 1!)14 Burling Mrs. Josephine Spann, 3148 Belle Wiley Daniel, 217 Wisconsin Mrs. Golda Delaloyc, Granite City Mrs. Mary Frye, 2621 Amelia ^ William Lively, Brighton Billy, Paul and Margaret Parnell, Godfrey Ronnie Weeden, 1931 Esther Si. Joseph's MTJDIOAI, Miss Jam!, 1800 Myrtle Robert. W. Wilks, 622 E. 15th William Kinsey, Jcrseyville Dr. Stanley Pisareck, 612 E. 15th William Naeve, 307'E. 7lh Barry Hosto, Edwardsvillc Mrs. lona'Close, 110 Goulding, East Alton Miss Deidre Brown, 33 Sullivan Miss Patricia D. Dewey, 2644 Sidney SURGICAL Mrs. Lee Vierum, 321 E. 8lh Joe Robinson Jr., 18 W. Ninth DISMISSALS Frank A. Botlerff, 1823 Woodland George R. Boyclen, Springfield Need Some Paint, Nails, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? OPEN i BETHALTO SUNDAY I BUILDERS 9 to 1 I SUPPLY ALTON EVENING TELfiGRAftt Calhoun Judge Got 27 Cents a Day in 1854 JERSEYVILLE.- the chnflgi being made In the tllinois judl cial system has awakened inter est among laymen. Lloyd Pefdun of English Town ship brought an old clipping here Friday which told of the sltua non.In this part of Illinois more than 100 years ago. In Calhoun County, Daniel T Simpson was chairman of the board of county commissioner: and acting county judge from 1850 to 1870. For a three-month period In 1854 he was paid $25. He was known ns the firs elected Judge of Calhoun County and many of the old records of his period are reported as sill! intact. Board and room a century ago in Calhoun and Jersey could be had for a dollar and a quarter a week. Undertakers were paid $5.00 for burials under certain conditions. The record of the Calhoun County Court reveals this amount was paid in the estate of one J. T. Vickers. 'A bill for care of the man during his last illness was allowed for $8.00. Although II cost a small Mrs. Doi'is L. Carpenter, 300G Watalcc Robert Carter, Edwardsville James C. Crane, 2407 Virden Roy H. Davis, 30 W. Acton, Wood River Mrs. Rose M. Flack, 218 Delmar, Hartford Mrs. Nancy J. Gocn, 2330 Central Mrs. Gladys Jones, 1900 Plasa Mrs. Patricia Ann Kienslra and infant, 308 Sotier, Wood River Mrs. Sadie M. Kruckeberg and infant, 209 Victory, East Alton Mrs. Margaret S. McCormick, 321 Straube, Brighton Anthony H. Meyer, Jerseyville Mrs. Alma Newton, 2002 Belle Mi's. Carolyn J. Patton, 16 Ray, Cottage Mills Mrs. Nellie I. Petrokovich, 103 N Market, Hartford tdgar Short, Rockbridge Mrs. Viola E. Stevens, 970 Wood River, Wood River Mrs. JoAnn Schmitt, 43 S. William, Cottage Hills Mrs. Barbara R. Tucker, 1839 Ervay Mrs. Gloria Zimmerman, 1357 Miland Mrs, Patricia Baine, 1162 Miland, Wood River Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Emma Halemeyer, Brussels DISMISSALS Mrs. Fannie Jones, Kane larl Legate, Graf ton Charles Lovins, Jerseyville "Add a Room for | H Less Than You Think" pg UTTER BROS. | Lumber Yard m ... COTTAGE HILLS I ^IIIIIMiMIIIIMIimillHIIIIHIUIBIIIIMlllHlllliP Vinyl Floors MAGEE CARPET • ARMSTRONG SHERWOOD'S Floor and Wnll Covoitfng; 1110 Milton—HO 2-3008 J & A Springman HAS ALL KINDS OF INSULATION Jll. I'D. 4bB-S431 YEARS TO PAY! No Money Down! • Finish Attic • Add Room Partitions • Floor and Coiling Tile • Any Other Homo Improvements ZIMMER HOME IMPROVEMENT AND HARDWARE CO. 700 Milton Hi. HO 2-0570 Si. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Hattie Wright, Rte. 1, Godfrey oseph Berghoff, Rte. 1, Bethalto Irs. Florence Needham, Beverly Farms- Terrell Grablc, 224 Ohio, East Alton Mrs. Emilie Kuethe, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Chester Farrell, Edwardsville Mrs. Nina Waltrip, 209 Mounier Frederick Heinemerier, 140 Cardot, East Alton Fred Dark, West Alton, Mo. Clarence Brazier, 604 6th East Alton Mrs. Adeline Crouse, 113 Cardot, East Alton Mrs. Pauline Show, 8 Grovelin, Godfrey Mrs. Lucy Prough, Carrollton ftmoiiht to live in that time, the records reveal that (here was plenty of "relief" then. Bills were paid for "boarding out poor folks." Brighton Post To Spend Week At Canoe Base BRIGHTON Members of Explorer Post 39 will leave Brighton Thursday nt. 7 p.m. for a week-long camping and canoe- Ing outing nt Region 17 Explorer Cnnoc Base In Wisconsin. The group will spend Thursday night at the Dells in Wisconsin, and the next night at the base lodge. Other nights will be spent camping. Those who will go are Larry Hughes, Jerry Northcutt, Steve Tebow, Tom Cravens, Eel Bunt, Dennis Skaggs, Tom Rathgeb, Danny Schmidt, Rollin Dare, Fred Foster, Jcerry Woods, Don Kruse, Val Meyer, Bruz Duncan, Paul Kahl and John Bolt. Adults who will go are Explorer Adviser James Hughes and the assistant advisers Charley Sknggs and Guy Northcult. Noble Grand Club ,- Mccis at Cat*folltoti CARROLLTON ~ Members of the Past Noble Grand Club of the local Rebekah Lodge were entertained Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Loren Dodson, with Mrs. Dorothy Brock as the assisting hostess, Honored on tllrthdity CARROLLTON — Mrs. Edith Allen, who celebrated her birthday Thursday, was honored In the afternoon by a visit from 1 some of the members of her Sunday School class of the Methodist Church and was again honored Thursday evening at dinnbr at the ionic of her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dean plough. llospllnl Noto* CARROLLTON - Mrs. Marilyn Dennett of Mcdora and J. R, Grlz- f.\c of Piusa were admitted to 3oyd Memorial Hospital Friday is medical patients. Vince Barton of Greenfield was dismissed Thursday. Dismissed Triday were Timothy Andrews, Miss Sophia McCracken and Mrs. Clara Grimins of Greenfield, Mrs. da Langer o^ Carrollton and oland Greene of Kane. SINGAPORE—Singapore's industrialization program is now .veil ahead of schedule. Easy-to-Build Trellis Very Popular Can He Used to Frame family Homes DESIGN 460 Houi. 1,548 Sq. Ft. 28,989 Cu. Ft. Wood River Township MEDICAL Brencla Kay Palmar, 322 Rohm, Roxana Harold F/Kruse, 252 E. Penning Walter L, Blind, Moro DISMISSALS Mrs. Jeanne B, Kaulen, 133 Oak, Cottage Hills Mrs. Jennelte E, Jones, 166 Acton Mrs. Pearl L. Corner, Cottage Hills Mrs, Ruth A. Damm, 547% Mildred v Mrs. Ella Gertrude Doolen, 424 Bartmer, Bethalto Mrs. Shirley J, Dublo, 125 Maple, Cottage Hills' Joseph L. Rogers, 3716 Core- nado, Alton Keith E. King, 567 California, East Alton Lee 0. Looper, Rte. 3, Godfrey Mrs. Lillian L. Eaton, 644 Lincoln, East Alton Mark Alan Freeman, '100 Herbert, South Roxana YOU WIPE AWAY C RACKS FOREVER WITH TUFFKOTf AND TUFF-KOTE GLASS FABRIC Just Wipe On, Apply Fabric, and Coat) • Cures Cracks • Saves Window SWht • Waterproofs Joints < • Stops Paint Problem! we $ rimi SAVES MQHfri (UM MD MY TO I Oon't till i er«ck«-brWot them with • thin, itrong JMMch of TMtl'Kply install fubrU. Invltlbl* BUCK'S Pstat and FI99 r Quiring Itwt 955 E, liaw)'., UO BUILDING PLANS • PLAN BOOKS ORDER FORM Alton Telegraph Plan Dept. 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 Some 4,700,000 business enterprises in the nation provide a livelihood for almost 50 million employes and proprietors. 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 imONZEGUnv \\l\\CHl provide a warm "family" atmosphere. Let us show you how this kitchen will look in your home with our ISOimCTIUO PLANNING SERVICE! We'll Do The Complete Job! NO DOWN PAYMENT 0 YEARS TO PAY ALTON BOTTLED GAS GODFRIY ROAD PHONE Nylon Trim Brushes Are Practical More than 50 leading paint brush manufacturers are now offering sash and trim brushes with tapered nylon filaments. It is said that this type of brush resists water and maintains its resilience through prolonged use with water-base paints. According to one school of thought, natural bristles tend to soak up water in these paints, becoming floppy and losing their shape. The new brushes also are said 1o eliminate "dumping," the term used by painters for the release of too much paint the instant a brush touches a surface. Four-Bedroom House Has Neat, Trim Lines If you need four bedrooms, here's a design that has neat, trim lines plus many of your favorite features. Notice how the easy-to-work in kitchen and the large dining nook both face the street. Note also the convenient location of lavatory — it is not only accessible for the busy housewife in the kitchen, but ideal for children playing outside or Dad working in the yard. No muddy feet on Mom's clean floors. More and more families are asking that the living room be located at the rear of the home to assure greater privacy. This living and dining area includes an entrance-way to Die terrace, thus, expanding your social area. Main bathroom has a vanity and Inen and towel cabinet, with an ixlra linen closet in hall. This home has excellent traffic pattern with a full basement. Note the privacy of the vestibule, no ntrusion into the interior here, but leads to a central hall, from .vhich each room can be easily reached. All in all, you have the ingredients for years of comfortable living. Brick veneer construction keeps maintenance co:;t it a minimum. This plan conforms to general FHA, VA and Building Code requirements. You can obtain building plan with specifications and material list — see order coupon. GUTTERS? All Work Guaranteed ALTON SHEET METAL 103 Central 402-0609 NEW KIND OF BEAUTY AND PROTECTION FOR YOUR HOME SHERWIN- WILLIAMS A-100 LATEX HOUSE PAINT $795 Jr gallon the perfect house paint for wood or masonry homes HARTFORD LUMBER CO. HARTFORD, ILL. Dlnl CL 4-3622 or CL 4-1821 Outside Door or Arbor n.v DON A i,n H. Since (hero's usually one or more gardeners in every family, this handsome, easy-la-build trol- lis is exceptionally popular. It can be used to frame an outside door, as an entry to a fenced area, or a free standing arbor. Wherever placed, it provides a perfect base for climbing roses, wisteria, honeysuckle or whatever typo of plant you prefer. Directions contained in (he .pattern offered below suggest building a trellis of sufficient height to ac- 'ommodate roses and other climbers. It is a simple matter to cut height down should you prefer to use the trellis as o free standing arbor. Building this project isn't difficult nor does one need any special skill, tools or materials other ihan those specifisd on the pat- :ern. These are readily available in lumber yards everyvvnere. The pattern simplifies construction by showing exacllv where and uhen each part is fastened together, size of hole to drill, holt .0 use. Send 50 cents in coin, check or money order for Garden Trellis Pattern No. 304 to Alton Telegraph, P. 0. Box 215, Briarcliff Manor, New York. Send 50 cents additional for new catalog illustrating 300 other build-it-yourself pattern projects and home improvement books. Add 25 cents per pattern if you want special handling.. 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Don't settle for less—call us today. We assure dependable home delivery and regular equipment checks, free! Inc. 911 MILTON ROAD PHONE HO 2-2765 Your Husband Wh LOVE i. a new, dependable automatic furnace and the extra pleasure of the long term home improvement loan we can supply to pay for it. . AND LOAN ASSOCIATION The "Time and Temperature" Corner liromhvuy nt I'iusu, Phono HO 5-7781, Alton, III. -SIZE Budget-fitted payments include: Principal Interest Taxes Insurance >• Borrow up to 80% *- Terms to 25 Years >• Pay Ahead Penalty Frw >• Open End Feature INQUIRE TODAY We Are As Near As Your Mail Box... POSTAGE PAID BOTH WAYS itizcns avings and LOAN ASSOCIATION Smith Ave. EAST ALTON

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