Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 15, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 15, 1963
Page 9
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18,1663 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH mm Apple Club Of Cnlhoun Meets Friday MARGIN - A meeting of the board of directors of the Cnlhoun Apple Advertising Club and Fair ASfiocifliiofl has been dalijsd f0? Friday, at 8 p.m. In th^ farm Bureau building. ,, .The Association is making final plans lof the annual ^ Apple Festival and Fair, which will be an event of Sept. 13, 14 and 15. Truck, Car Collide At Jci'seyvjlle JEKSEYVtLLE - A truck driven liy Ernest Medford of Jersey. Vllle and a car driven hy Dr Hagen of Jerseyvllle were involved lit an accident about 1.0 a.m Wednesday, at an intersection o Rte. Ifi and Hie rural highway near the Rice Seed Co. The operators of both vehicles escaped with minor injuries. Chio of Police II, M. Blackorby Invest Igalcd the accident. , 9, Elbow CAttnoLLfON"- Tommy otifeti, ft.year-old son of Mr. and nrs. Thomas Prbugh, fractured he elbow of his right arm Wcd- icsday in a fall from HIS bicycle near his home. The boy was taken to Bo yd Memorial Hospital for treatment. ,: (Mtfnttloti Nolos CAltltOLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alfetd and Mr. and Mrs. Iverctt Meh! entertained a group of friends, ,«t the Mehl. summer tome In Kampsvllle Monday ev- rtilng honoring Mt'. and Mrs. Ar- From Detroit F JERSEYV1LLE - Frank Kb ley returned Monday evening from Detroit whore he hns hccn visiting relatives nnd friends the past Severn) weeks. Kloley resld ed In Detroit for many years whore he 1 was employed until hit retirement several years ago Since that time he has been re siding In JersejViilc. / ItfilalivcN Horn JERSEYV1LLE - Sister Calh erine Marie and Sister Mary Em ella, were guests from Saturduj until Tuesday of the former's cou •ins, Mr. and Mrs. James Shor tal and family and Mr. and-Mrs Clarence Updike and family ant of her aunt, Miss Pauline Lauronl Sister Catherine Marie, who was .formerly,Miss. Catherine F.ahey o Jerseyvi|lc'; isi returning to ; Rich mond, .Mich, where, she is a mem her ' : ot' the : faculty* 'of • St. Augus 'tine's High School,,'' Sister Emelia, v/ho was former ly Superior' of St^» Francis Xav ler's School in Jerseyville, is nov principal of St. Waiter's Schoo In Chicago. , While the Nuns were guest: here, Mr. and rMrs. Paul Holland and family of,'Oregon, III., als cousins of Sister Catherine Marie visited from Friday until Tuesdaj at the Updike and'Shortal homes thur Aull and Miss Winifred Varble of Washmgtol* B.t! and Mrs. ch, Pa. who ts Maurice Mubbs o! ADR3 ftobert ShahfWr) stationed at Whiting WelAM Milton, Flfl i( arrived Friday It) Visit his parents, Mr; And Mts.,Haf- land Shannon, until Aug. 36, Mf. and Mrs. Frank Kalsef and Mrs. B, W. Mehl are vacationing in Wisconsin and Michigan for several days. llosjillnl Not«s CARHOLLTON - Miss Rose Wardoin of Carrollton was 'admitted . as a medical patient to Boytl Memorial Hospital Tuesday. Dismissed Tuesday were George Sasley of Rockbrldge and Rupert Vallcntlne of Carrollton. Dismissed Wednesday were Henry Cordes <3r., Frank Carter and, Mrs. Patsy Reichmann of .Carrblltoft and Mrs, Mary Radef of Hlllview. CARROU.TON — Funeral services for Mrs. Mary fatten, wife of Lucas Tdpen, were held Tuesday at 9 a.m. at SI, John's Catholic" Church with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Mlchaol Enrlght officiating. Interment was In St. John's cc- ejefy* . Pallbearers Were Theodore Hosier," 1 ' Clem /Hosier, Paul Tapc-n, Lawrence Kostet, Ben Tapen and Howdeshell of, Eldred; Donaldjjanies Vaughn.'. AUGUST CLEARANCE OUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL MOTTO"If's Cheaper '•• ! - . Ttiy The Pair" CLASS ROOM DRESSES • Sizes 3 to 6X $2.98 Each JUST ARRIVED DISPLAY OF 1964 SCHWARTZ HAVE ZENITH 1964 TELEVISION - WE HAVE A COMPLETE ZENITH TELEVISION SETS Sizes 3-14 S3.?8 Each All Dresses Taken from Our New 1963 Fall Stocks GIRL'S BLOUSES Siies $ if 00 2to6X J. 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