Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 14, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 14, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14,1963 ALTON EVENING Will ill Greene CARROLLTON -t ho will of Snm I. Taylor was prnlxited f->|. dny by ,Tiu1 R e L. A. Melirhoff. According lo provisions of Ihe will nil thf! nssnls Is to l>p converted Into cnsh fls quickly HB posslblo nt ollhei' a prlvnte or public sale. After poymofil of rtclrts o n c daughter, Eva Signorillo will receive $5 find the remainder of Hie estate is lo he divided among tbe foIiowitiK children, Perry A. Taylor, Mnrjorlo Dickinson, Alfred Taylof and Ella Lou Lawson. ' 'Mnrjorle Dickinson nnd Alfred Taylor were named executors giving bond In tbe sum of $2,500. Tbe will was made Jab. tQ, 19(53 and witnessed by \V. S. Day, Dorothy Wilkcrson and VV. 0. Harp. Honored mi IJIrllKlii.v CARROLLTON .— Mrs. Walter Ward of Jacksonville was guest of honor al a blrlbdiiy dinner Sunday nl Ihe borne ot Mrs. Carl Vorhles nnd ilatigbler, Donna. Olhor guests were Waller Ward and son, Jimmy, 'if Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. George Griz/.lc nnd daughter, Marsha, and Mr. and Mrs. Schuylor Karly "f this city. Million Project REA to Build Plant in Greene, Pike-or Scott CARROLLTON - A power plant large enough to furnish electrical power for REA organizations in seven counties, will bo located in one of throe counties, Greene, Pike or Scott. Funds have already been appropriated for the planl which will cosl approximately $8,000,000. The proposed planl was discussed Monday at a meeting of the Greene County board of Supervisors and a committee was named lo meet wllh REA officials In an attempt lo locate the plant In Greene County. Members of the committee 'are John' C. Price, K. S. Wright, Guy Kinser and William Flatt. •The supervisors also voted Monday to repair the roof of the court house. Melvin Nash of Walker- vlllc'was employed lo do the work. To llmlui'KO SiirK'ti'.V CARROLLTON — Miss Ann Alfeld, daughler of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alfeld, will enter West Suburban Hospital In Oak Park WESTERN SHOE STORES DISCOUNT SHOES Special lot nl Ladles' Shoes, values In git.(Ml —all heels, all sl/.CS, Illll Mill iii all styles. Pair New I'uirs Added DRESS WEDGE & FLAT HEELS 150 Pairs jfl Qg to choose 1 from •& Open Fridays until 9 p.m. .iMori- Pairs Added DRESS, WEDGE AND LOW HEELS 290 Pairs to choose from 2 Direct from l''riince! Mon's Dress Oxfords MISTER PIERRE • (i In 12 • Jtlnck Gniln • Smooth IJIiick • Continental Styllnu Reg. $ A 88 6.95 4 SPECIAL LOT OP CHILDREN'S SHOES, VALUES TO $3.95. MOST SIZES 8'/2 TO 3 , $ 1. MEN'S STURDY WORK SHOES Leather Uppers, Long Wearing <£ Composition Soles. Sizes 6 to 12. ' Reg. 6.00 4.88 WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway—Diagonally Opposite Luer Block FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull Thursday where she will undergo be first of Iwo operations on ber <iiees. Tlio second operation will >c Ocl. t and Miss Alfeld will be inable to attend school until •sometime In December. Sbe will be accompanied to Chicago by iior mother, Mrs. Alfeld. Prior lo ber leaving she was guest of honor al a surprise par- y Tuesday afternoon given by Miss Knlhy Pnrke. nl (be liome of her mother, Mrs.- Eslnleen Parker. HoS|)Hnl Notes CARROLLTON — Admitted Monday as medical patients t o Boyd Memorial Hospital were: lareiice Smith of Carlinville; Mrs. Mary Rador of llillview; Mrs. Patsy Rclchmnnn of Cnr- rolllon, and Mrs. Loretta Hill of Bnlchlown. Admitted Monday for surgery was Mrs. Barbara Rawc of Car- rolllon. Miss Rose Wardein of Carrolllon was admitted Tuesday as n medical paiienl. 4 Treated at Jersey Hospital For Injuries JRRSEYV1LLE — Jeffrey jindbeck, 4, son of Mr. atid Mrs. John Lindbcck of Gnlesburg, suffered burns Monday evening U Fere Mnrquette Park when lie pulled a coffee.pot over and Ihe contents spilled on him. Me suffered first and second degree burns of the right arm, right siflc and hack. Me was brought lo the Jersey Community Hospital where he was treated and later released. Thomas Kuehnel of Jerseyville was brought to the hospital at 9:30 p.m. Monday for treatment after he ran a nail in his foot. Mark Robeen of Jerseyville was injured in an accident at his home at 1 p.m. Monday. He was cranking a power lawn mower when the pulley came loose and struck him causing a severe contusion of the left elbow. He was taken to the local hospital where he received treatment, and was then dismissed. Mrs. Clifford Hickman of Jerseyville was treated at the hospital at 10:40 a.m. Tuesday aftei a glass broke and lacerated the little finger of her right hand Sutures were required to close the wound. EVERYTHING FOR OOURMfet PICNIC! NEW tHERMONUCLEAR THERMOS 95 "Jon, remember when a bottle of pop and a hot dog was a picnic?" CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. f. Edwin Brodmarklc of Berdan will celebrate their r>0lh wedding mnivcrsary with open house from J:,'iO lo 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. '25 in he dining room of the Methodist Church in Carrollton. Brodmnrkle, son of the lute Mr. md Mrs. J. E. Brodmarkle, and Miss Jane Gerard were married Greene Couple to Mark Golden Anniversa 3 Injured In Crash Near Jersey 7 to Take Army Exam At Jersey Father Clancy to Mark 72nd Year as a Priest Board report examinations on Sept. 1-;) according to Har- board chairman. also been order- ry Modlin. Four men local have I rants of Local Draft JERSKYVILLE -•- Three per-1 have been ordered lo sons suffered serious injuries [pro-induction physical in an automobile accident about 2:30 p.m. Monday on Rte. (57A just south of the Madison- Jersey County line. A car operated by John Munslermnn, 17. son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Munstermiinj volunteer of Jerseyville and one occupied i induction, by Mr. and Mrs. Edward, Men arc notified to report Stewart of Alton were involved, j (he local board office at the ap- slnle police reported. A pickup i pointed lime as indicated in their truck was also reported in- orders. JERSEYVILLE - The Rev. I Father John J. Clancy, pastor of JKRSEYV1LLE — Seven rogis-ist. Francis Xnvier's Church, will mark the 72nd anniversary of his for|ordination lo the priesthood Thlirs- led fo induction on thai dale. On Aug. 22, five men will leave for physical examinations and one be forwarded for day. years Ho w of his II have religious served 49 life ns pastor of St. Francis Church on Oct. 1 which establishes a record for service among the clergy of this by the late Right Rev, JameS .T. Ryan, Bishop of the Alton Diocese In St. Peter and Paul Cathedral In Alton, the young priest was (hen sent to the Catholic University in Washington, tXC. for further study. Upon Ills return to Illinois Father Clancy became the first resident priest of the Sacred Heart f o ; in Denver member ery ary Lodge in While Both Mr. and T and is an honor- of the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Brodmarkle volved in Ihe mishap which developed when Munslerman apparently sought lo pass the truck and his car went out ofjcngo returned Monday to their t-Milrol and collided with the j home in Chicago following a few Oucsts nt Grafford Home, JERSEYVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. Joe Valentine and daughter of Chi- a and probably throughout the Church in Dalton City. He served state. as pastor of St. Catherine's Church Although Father Clancy has j in Virden andat St. James Church reached an anniversary seldom in Riverlon before being assign- achiovcd. he remains nclive as led to Jerseyville in the fall of pastor of Ihe church and in theiinM. administration of church affairs. His anniversnryoccurs on the He recently submitted lo surgery; Feast of tbe Assumption, a Holy for removal of a cataract |Day in Catholic Churches, Father Clancy was torn in Ireland and received bis preparatory studies coming oncoming vehicle containing Mr.; days' visit and Mrs. Stewart. 'parents, Mi- with and Mrs. Mrs. Valenti's E I m e r ll Lebanom, Kan. at the home of the bride's parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Gerard. Their :itlendants were Miss Ima Colo of Chicago and the late Ray ^ole. Following their marriage hey made their home for 20 years n Denver, Colo. During dial time Brodmarkle was an underwriter for (lie New York Life Insurance Company for .wo years. He was employed for 15 years as service manager by he Pierce Arrow Motor Company after which he purchased a service station and garage which he operated for three years until ill health made it necessary for him lo leave Colorado. In April of 1937 Mr. and Mrs. Brodmarkle moved to the Brodmarkle farm near Berdan where they now re-j side. Brodmarkel served on the board I of the Greene County Farm Bureau for eight years and was or- anixation director for three years and secretary of organization for two years of the Greene County Farm Bureau, and the Illinois Agricultural Association. He retired from this work March 1, 1958. Brodmarkle is a past master of the Liberty Masonic Lodge i n Denver, is a member of the Royal Arch Chapter and the Command- ments. arc members of Ihe Guiding Slar Chapter of Ihe Order of Eastern Slar in White Hall. Mrs. Brodmarkle is a member of the Ber- dnn Community Club and is a former member of the Greene County Home Bureau. Cattlemen Kctiirn Home Jacoby Brothers ambulance Grafford. Mr. and Mrs. Harold from Jerseyville was called and 1 Grafford and children of Havana, removed Munstevman and Mr 'H.. were also guests at the Graf- and Mrs. Stcwavi lo SI. JosopVs.foi'd home the firsl oj the week. Hospital in Alton. The condition Kesiimcs Duties nl Bunk <?( the three reporierl Tiles- JERSI.CYVILLE — Miss Bertha day afternoon as satisfactory. .Wagoner resinned her duties as in that country before to America in 1889. He continued bis education at the Seminary of Our Lady of Angels, During his long association ill Jerseyville Father Clancy lias made many friends in the community and his church has made greal progress both spiritually and in a material way under his Niagara Falls. Now York and at 'many years' guidance. St. III. Victor's College in Kankakoo He ordained All". ism Miijor Surgery CARROLLTON - Leroy 'Meldrum of Vnndalia, son of Mr. Trooper Lyl^ D i^ec ol Brigli- teller at ton investigated the accident, jsoyville Announce Birth nl' Son JKRSEYVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ufer of Batchtown (lie Slate Monday Bank of following j er . and Mrs. Robert Meldrum of two weeks' absence. She submitted to CARROLLTON.—A group of have given the name Glendon cattlemen from Greene County returned home Monday from a trip (o Wyoming where they spent a week looking at range catllcJ to their infant son born at 9:25 a.m. Monday a I the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 9 pounds 3 ounces. En route lliey visited Ihe Bad- : He is a grandson of Mr. and lands and Mount Rushmore. !-Mrs. Charles Koresehel of Jcr- In Ihe group were: Ben Eagle- |seyvi lie and Arthur Ufer of ton. Lynville McBride. Lawrence! Batchlown and is a great graml- Hagen, Walter son of ! Finkes. LeRoy Schudel. Murle Clendenny. Fro-iWeavei man Holtswarth, Arthur dock, Coy Mansfield, and and Mrs. John Meilier and They were? accompanied Mr. and and Mr. Mrs. Edward and Mrs. Alia Had- Kroesehel of Jerseyville. Mr. son. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Ufer was Miss Joyce Kroesehel. James Neiischwander, county farm adviser. Dr. Whiteman Home, CARROLLTON—Dr. Charles E. Whileman of Fort Collins, Colo., | arrived here Monday lo spend a few days with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. 0. Whiteman. en route to his home from Tehran, Iran where he had been since June 25 teaching a short course in veterinary pathology. Dr. Whitemaji is a member of the faculty of the Veterinary College byj Other children in the family are Jerry. 6, Jeffrey A. and Stephen, 2. Parents of Son JIiR.SEYVI.LLE — A son was of Colorado State Fort Collins. University at BUENOS AIRES — Argentina has approved 33 foreign invest- White Hall, formerly of Carrollton. undenvoTit major surgery ;.smwry al St. Joseph's Hospital I Tuesday morning in the H i n e s in Alton the latter part of July. Veteran's Hospital in Chicago. i Alti-nil Faniily Kcunion Mrs - Meldrum of Vandalia lias : JKRSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. ! been in Chicago with her hus- |Lindcll Walking!on and the lat- '. bflllrl l()l ' •several days and his ;tor's mother. Mrs. Maude Range)parents. Mr. and Mrs. Meldrum .attended a reunion of the Grim-! of White Hall and Mrs. O r e n 'mett and Almond families h e 1 d' Siebermann of this city left Mon- I Sunday at the American Legion - r ' a y n 'Khl to be with him for a i Home in Waverly. lew days. j Purchase Hanlin Residence : " JKRSEYVILLE Mr. and Mrs. I-'vcrett Hanlin of Jersey- villo IKUT sold their residence | at 4M Cross St., to Professor and Mrs. John J. Lennon of Oak Park. 111., who, with their daughter. Theresa Ann, are moving to Jerseyville to make their home. Prof. Lennon has been appoint- Plagued Day And Night with Bladder Discomfort? Unwiso eating or drinking msy be a Bourco of mild, but annoying bladder irrl- tntlnnn — making you feel restless, tense, ami uncomfortable. And If restless nights, with nagging backache, headache ormus- culnr aches nnd pains due to over-exertion, strain ur emotional upset, are adding to 3'our misery—don't wait—try Doan's Pill*. Dnan's Pills act 3 ways for speedy relief. 1—They have a noothlng effect on bladder irritations. 2 —A fast pain-relieving notion on nagging backache, head* iiebefi, mji.«culnr «chos nnd pains. S —A wonderfully mild diuretic action thru the kidneys, tending to increase the output of the lo miles of kidney tubes. So, get the ^nnie happy relief millions have enjoyed fnr over BO years. For convenience, buy the large size. Get Doan's PUls today! jorn to Mr. and Mrs. Charles led to the staff of JVlonUcelio Col- Jobe of Jerseyville at 4:45 a.m. Monday at the Jersey Commun- ty Hospital. The baby weighed 5 pounds 3 ]2 ounces. He is a jrandson of Mrs. Maggie Hoots of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. John Jobe of Chambersburg, 111. Mrs. Jobe was formerly Miss Margaret Hoots. The couple has another son, Roger Lee, 8. lege at Godfrey as chairman of t.he Division of Social Sciences. Their daughler has been spending the summer here with her grandmother. Mrs. William F. Hanley. Mr. and Mrs. Hanlin are moving from the Cross Street address to their newly constructed home at the comer of Spruce and Liberty streets. Downtown Alton Many Months t BEST BUYS AT * * ALT REFRIGERATION * JUST ACROSS THE STREET FROM GERMANJA SAVINGS BUILDING We Welcome You to Visit Us — See Our Complete Frigidaire Line PLYMOUTH sales are up...way up! Thafs why we're giving red-hot deals! Shop around if you like, but be sure to see us before you buyi Our trade-in allowances are red-hot! Drive Plymouth now! _T!Xtp»*A.».. ^ PAA VALIANT sales are soaring too! If ifs a red-hot compact you're looking for, see us for a red-hot deal! The best all-around compact anybody has come up with yet is a red-hot value, as well! The "STAR" FRIGIDAIRE FROST-PROOF REFRIGERATOR! • No defrosting—even of freezer with J exclusive Frost-Proof system. • 100-lb. zero zone freezer. • Twin glide-out fruit and vegetable Hydrators. J * FRIGIDAIRE FOOD FREEZER HOLDS 577 IBS.! * * * easy terms 318 With Trade Could be even less if your trade is less than TO years old, DON T MISS THESE OTHER QUOTA SALE SPECIALS Cheit Modal OFM7 16.5 ou, ft. • Proved zero zone freezing. • Roomy Slide-Aside btikft plus fast-freeze shelf. • Interior light; lock. • Ask about Food Spoilage Warranty $ GIANT 12-LB TUB RED-HOT CARS! INCLUDING AMERICA'S FIRST 5-YEAR/50.000-MILE NEW-CAR WARRANTY* *Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's Warranty against defects In material and workmanship on 1963 cars has been expanded to Include parts replacement or repair, without charge for required parts or labor, for & years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, on the engine block, head and internal parts; transmission case and Internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drive shall, universal joints (excluding dust covers), rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings, provided the vehicle has been serviced »t reasonable Intervals according |o the PlymouUi-VaUant Certified Car Care schedules. . 5 YEAR 01 50,000 HUE WARRANTY' THRIFTY FRIGIDAIRE WASHER • 3-Ring Agitator gets clothes clean inside and out. • Fresh, running water rinses. 258 00 Easy J Terms WDA-63 MATCHING DRYER With With 1'urchusc Trade of Washer 00 FRIGIDAIRE 30" RANGE $ 106 BUY WITH CONFIDENCE... FROM YOUR AUTHORIZED Frigidaire Service and Sales Dealer 30" Elietrlt Model RS-30-6J • Big 'JS-iwh \vido oven holds a largo turkey • Storugu gulon> in full- tvidlli titoruiro drawer 174 00 With Trade Open Mon, & Frl. Nites Till 9 p.m. Open Mpn, & Frj, Nites Till 9 p.m. See Your Local Plymouth-Valiant Dealer * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * " Frigidcrire Sales and Service 550 E, BROADWAY HO S-7781 <jl^rW ^^^ *^Rfc *^rw ^^Pp ^^B* 1 4^^^ «BN 4^&* fll^fr ^^^ <^^^ ^^P^ '^^^ ^^^ ^^^ *H|!» ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ,*^W ^^^ ^p* ^^p* 1 i^^» ^^W ^^^ ^^^ '^^^ <S *

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