Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 19, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 19, 1963
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AUGUST 19 ( 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Mrs. Dean Bishop Heads Greenfield Club Wothen GREENFIEL13 - MM. Dean Bishop was elected president of the Junior Woman's Club for a two-year term at the organization meeting Thursday night. Other officers elected for two years were: Mrs. William Huff, treasurer; Mrs. Wallace Daven- jersey Man To Mark 95th Anniversary JERSEYVILLE - Henry Seago of Jerseyville will mark his !)5lh blrfh'dny Friday, He and Mrs, Sengo have returned from Missouri where they visited In Elvina with their niece, Mrs. Homer Barton, and Mr. Barton and with 'a friend in the Baptist Home. They also visited two other nieces, Mrs. Martha Rice of Ironton and Miss Amanda Seago who is In a nursing home in Doerun recuperating from a fractured arm. Mr. Seago suffered a-stroke In February and this is the first trip he has taken since that time. Marriage UCOIIHO Issnetl JERSEYVILLE - A marriage license was Issued Friday In the office of County Clerk Linda Crotchett to Henry Edwin Geisler of Brighton and Linda Lee Wallace of Cottage Hills. They were married by County Judge Howard Lee While. Witnesses to the ceremony •were Mary Geisler and Gloria Ann Fllzgibbons.. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wallace and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Geisler. Jersey Gets .,456 in Sales Tax JERSEYVILLE - The sales tax collected in April for March retail sales amounted to $6,456.68 for Jerseyville, the Illinois De- 'partment of Revenue announced this week. The collection during the same period for other municipalities in the area- were as follows: Graf- 'ton $245.16; Fieldon, $61.67;, El- ;sah, $36,39; Brighton, $556.76; 'Medora, $245.10; Kane $38.26. Jersey County for the same period-received $1,029.91 for county ,.county service occupation tax. r»rt, ways and means chairman; Mrs. Clyde Cole, publicity, and Mrs. Forrest Long of Hockbrldge, public Welfare chairman. Elected for one-year terms were! Mrs. Richard Goodman, Vice president; Mrs. Clarence Cunningham, secretary; Miss Marlyn Spencer, social chairman; ind Mrs, Jerome /Ruble, mem- jershlp. Miss Spencer Is In charge of arrangements for the next meet- ng, a dinner at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Blackhawk Restaurant, Jacksonville. Officers will be Installed al Ihis time. The club Is sponsoring two projects, /Hollclting donors for t h e visit of the American Red Cross Ijloodmoblle unit Sepl. 23, and "Welcome Wagon" activities. Hurt iii Fall Prom Auto * t |EttSEYViLLfi il Charles Millei","!!, son of Mr. and Mfs. Loyn Millet- of Otaftoti, was brought to Hie .Jersey .CohiniunUy MospHa fdr treatment Saturday morning following aw accident hear Otter- vllle. The boy fell off of the hood of a car and a wheel ran over his right leg. He sustained a laceration of the right ankle requiring sutures and multiple minor abrasions and cuts. • Joseph Kramer, 1& - month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kramer of Alton, spilled hot coffee on his left arm Saturday rooming while at the home of his grandparents In Jerseyville. He suffered first and second degree burns of the upper and middle toUton; 'Mr* and Mrs. Jack Nolan Bhrt daughter of Eldfedj Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brannan and children of White Hall; Mrs. George Elllottj Mrs. Bill Jackson, Mrs, Jake Herring and children, Mrs. Robert Herring and children of Jerseyville; Mrs. Verffon? *fhorhsbtiry of right arm and was brought to Grccnftald Notes (the local hospital for treatment. GREENFIELD - Mrs. Ruby Harrington returned home Thursday alter spending twq months with friends in San Gabriel, Calif. Mrs. Fred Roth and infant son have returned home from Boyd Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. David Bossert and son of Oregon, 111., spenl. last week with Mrs. Bossert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masters. Mr, and Mrs. Tc-d Rexroad and her sister, Mrs. James Ford, have returned home after a trip to the western states and a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Jack Rexroad in Montana. Mrs. Harley Gustine and Miss Lucile Barnetl spent Friday and Saturday t with their brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and M r s. John Reno in Browning. Dick Baumgarlner of Freeport is spending a week with his uncle, Raymond Mears and family. Woman Honored Al Medora Shower FIDELITY. - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herring entertained at a stork shower at their home Friday night for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bailey of Medora. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Russ Russell of Overland, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barley of Wood River; Mrs. Phillip Grable, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edminston and son and Mrs. James Weston of Alton; Mrs. Myrtle Eyre of Car- J & A Springman HAS A FULL LINE OP Paint Supplies Godfrey, 111. Ph. 4BU-3431 WE DO OUR FINANCING AT SLACK FURNITURE and APPLIANCE CO, 203 W. Third St.—Downtown Alton Long Terms—Many, Muny Months to I'ay.' NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MON.-THURS.-FRI. 9 to 9 •ROEBUCK AND CO • : '\"-Tues, and Wed. 2 Days Only Specials! L«eS Lunch Kits with Vacuum Bottles Koff. 2.40 I.// Handsome lllhogrHpliod designs—Disney School Uus mid Cnble Cur, W-Pt.bottles. vy^ Sturdy Colton Drill Laundry Bags Keif, 1.1!) OOC Tightly woven, hetwywclghl cotton drill with strong double draw cord, 3Sx22-ln. Wool and Nylon Sweaters GoUon Flannel Washi'ttst Prints Hog. 40o 38c 16-inch Colorful Rayon Zipper Bags • 1.77 3,44 Yfl. 8 Days Only Soft Cotton 'Flannel In Sours >. exclusive prints make ricllgliKul sleopweor und casuiil wour, rjj In. wide, Here's a jumbo-size versatile bug with rubberized lining and vinyl pluld gussets. utxmMii! Kog. 3,08 Pullover ' . Reg.' 4.98 Cardigan•;....• /iiH '. ' -. ' ', '*' - • • ;' ••'.-'• ' 90% ShetlBiid Wool, 10%.Nylon, with rib knit cults.. Wonderfully' sift, sue 34 to 40. ^ Ne«l Recessed Light stvled with fro«ted-riiit- I aJ« panel" »'f»- ehr«m«- pitfld frome* 6M-i». W. I»QK. *%>£ -V , '*'• in AU lucludei' a fuel pvllnduri, 4 In- terehanieubie fpi, Berrying we, Wider, HgWer. Automatic * Washer •', -;•'-'. ' .^lOQ Beg. teww A 00 Completely nulommlc, choice or a wuiMemporulure, pgrceltifned Chop at Sears and Savo ' toil; Miss Theresa Wyatt of ifrnyra; Mrs. Harry Eyre, Mrs. Jttniof Jones attd children, Mrs, Dale Ktohr and children, Mrs. Gertrude Molir, Miss Lucille Anderson, and Michael Bryson of Medofa, and Mrs. Delbert Prunty and children. Police Warn Trash Burners At Jersey JERSEYVILLE - Residents SAVE MORE during COOK'S HOME-OWNER'S who attempt to burn garbage or rubbish after sundown in the city will be subject to arrest as the result of a regulation issued this week by Chief of Police H. H. Blackorby Jr. The regulation states: "No one is to bum rubbish or garbage or STAIR TREADS 9"x18" In Black or Brown. Lip-Over Rubber 39 C any material that will smoulder after sundown in the City. Dry paper is not included In this order." Numerous complaints have been received by officials regarding garbage burners whose smould- Impassible fof dow fans during hot wenthcf. 16 the extmtttty CARACAS — A Venezuelan official has charged that Castro has made that country his prime tnf< ering fires at night have made iliget. Each for $139 SPECIAL STEEL PAINT POTS 2Va Qt. 49' Half Barrel CAULKING GUN $ llcg. $1.70 1 49 Ea. ELKCTUIC GLO-TORCH Takes off old paint fust! ALL THIS WEEK! Wide Cleans up to 20 ft. n minute I SPECIAL Beg. $12.05 $095 Each 4-ln. Tynex Nylon Golden Bullion HOUSE PAINTING BRUSH REG. $4.19 $795 Each +J Berni-O.Matic PROPANE TORCH KIT 101 uses from collar to roof. For laying nsplnilt tile, thawing frozen pipus, sweating copper, etc. $g95 ^^ Complete Beautiful, I6x60-Jn. BeveJed-Edge DOOR MIRROR Ideal for any Room. Made of Finest Quality Double — Strength Glass With Hanging Clips Cook's Oil-Rich HOUSE PAINT 38 Gal. Best for Beauty, Wear and Weather. White & Std. Colors 100% VINYL SURFACE FLOORING 12 Ft. Width Smooth non - porous surface swishes clean with a damp mop. Newest designs. Reg. 1.10 Easy to Install $109 Gripbond Exterior WOOD UNDERCOAT c^38 Adds "Bonus Years" of *^ *£" Beauty-Wear to Finish. New A-Kryl-X LATEX HOUSE PAINT $^95 Easiest of All House jj 6i| Paints to Apply! Suede Low-Luster HOUSE PAINT $W58 Modern, Flat Sheen M- ( for Luxurious Beauty. 9x12 PLASTIC SURFACE RUGS i Just unroll to install! Rug lies flat . without tacking:. Choice selection of patterns and colors. Reg. $6.59 95 Kacl erfect Quality! EACH 0x0 In. Kentile VINYL Asbestos Floor Tile Can be installed on, above, or below g r a cl e. Choice of many colors and designs. REG. 16c > Per ' Tile Easiest Of All To Install! NEW Feather Light Foam Plastic RV-LITE 12 x 12 In. CEILING TILE Reg. from I9c Per Tile 1 5-QT. PLASTIC Utility Golden ALUMINUM PLATFORM LADDER Ideal size for decorating, general • household use. FOLDS FLAT for EASY STORING! SHfety-Grlp Handle 1 '/2-ln. Golden Torch TRIM BRUSH Reg. $1.70 Safe! Strong! Sturdy! $147 Each PAIL Ideal for painting. Paint pops' off pail when dry. Fine also as a Scrub Pall Costs Only Ea. Foam Back Cotton HALL RUNNER 27" Wide Sale Price 49' Complete Floor Tile KIT Includes all tools needed' to lay tile. Reg. $1.30 $115 * Each Complete WALLPAPER TOOL KIT Contains all tools needed to hung paper. Reg. $2.36 $O15 ^ Ea. 7 IN. WIDE PAINT ROLLER Makes decorating easy and fust. EA. Cover Included. .tf 16-Ft. Aluminum EXTENSION LADDER Ideal Size for Homeowners Strong! Safe! Lightweight! Easy-To-Raise! Easy- To-Carry! Vinyl-Covered End Caps Protect Siding C° v 90 Beautiful WALLPAPERS Traditional, Contemporary, Modern Styled in Rich, Non-Fading Waterfast Colors Reg 39c to T9o a Roll 1C Roll UNEXCELLED OUTSIDE WHITE Fine for Fences, Buildings, Garages, Etc. $999 Gallon 16-FT. SIZE S1C95 Ea. AUGUST SPECIALS Aluminum STEP LADDERS Constructed of light, strong aluminum. Safe easy- to-hamlle. No maintenance needed. 4-Ft. Size $11 49 I I Ed. 5-Ft. Slzo Keg. $14.05 6-Ft. Size Keg. $17.05 100 1 M each 13 00 each Razor Blade Scraper with Blade Only 29 C Non-Skid, Corrugated Rubber Feet Rust-Proof Locks and Hardware \« yXul All Sizes 20-Ft. and Above Include Rope and Pulley 20-FT. SIZE $19.95 24-FT. SIZE $23.95 28-FT. SIZE $28.95 CEILING PAPER . . . No, 707» White 19c Roll WALLPAPER ROOM LOTS BUG BORDER M -i». wide 49c i ;:i 30-ln, Wldo 69c Cl' 10 and 12-Roll Quantities for 10xl2.Ft, and Rooms PER LOT 98 $^ PiR LPT Vinyl Surface 'LINOLEUM MATS Annrox. Slio 18"X3U" 156 i n Im C Hi _ Hand-Woven J BEACHCOMBER ! 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WOOD EXTENSION LADDERS Clear Fir Sides Hickory Rungs 16-FOOT 20-FOOT FABSPRAY PUTS COLOR BACK IN FABRIC REGINA TWIN-BRUSH FLOOR POLISHER if SCRUBS if POLISHES if WAXES if BUFFS With lull One- Year GUARANTEE PARTY COOLER Made of Polyityrene Fo«m 18-Qt. Capacity Holds up to 500 ICQ Cubei Hundreds of Uiot; • Finding Trlnn f I'lcnloi • At Homo t Cur U«« f Hull Klo, Special $198

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