Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 11
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August 22, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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AtJQUefT 22, 1963 Biedermans Big Name Dinette Buys : ; -. " * f^^-*^^^^—i ~tr>~ iflEe«aiiii±2s*^ i •••<.•.• , . ,|. ^^raiJsM'M^^ »i «*».....-L-.., . A^.L, . .. TV**! _;. Iv£itfl%r» if ..,iJ(F , i . A _._._....ii.-l.—«*#—«•• „*-— • JfiSS'PttBi rll 111 rrnii fity I I fif Pretty and Practical! Comfort Built Right In! 5-Piece Dinette with oval table, 4 chairs! Exclusive Folding Leaf! Stores under table, ready when needed! 36" Table extends to 54" oval! *58 As Low As $5 Month Wonderful Chromcraft features such as: Table Top of Melamine plastic that defies moisture, burns, stains, liquids! Ball- bearing action slides open with a touch! Self-leveling legs! Bronze-and-brass frame! Vinyl upholstered, foam-cushioned chairs! Self-edge apron! QUEEN CITY 7-Piece Beauty in sparkling bronze-and-brass with lovely inlay tops! Family-size 36x48x60" table with laminated plastic top resists mars, stains, burns! As Low As $6 Month Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be a delight to serve on this so- dramatic dinette that's easy to keep fresh and new-looking! Six contour-back chairs with self-leveler legs that never dig or mar your floors! Wipe-clean vinyl upholstery, comfy foam-cushioned! ALL 7 PIECES: 7-Piece Maple Youth Room Group : .- : :..^.^^^(^*w y ;* ' ;."?; •••••..-••••.• with mar-resistant plastic tops As Low As $6 Month Modernize your kitchen now . . . with this streamlined beauty of all steel with loads of storage space! Gleaming chrome fixtures. . .drainboard, bowl and backsplash of acid and rust-resistant porcelain! Left and right drainboard! Hurry in for this bargain right away! > ••*.« 66" Cabinet Sink of White Porcelain $ 99 As Low As $6 Month Modern Designed Room Divider YOU GET ALL 7 PIECES • 2 Bookcase Beds • Guardrail • Ladder • Bachelor Chest , • Corner Desk •Bookcase /fl The 1 Big'" New* about this Group is there's plastic everywhere so it's practically inde- structure!' Has genuine high-pressure laminated plastic tops and plasticized finished fronts and sides) Uniform jn height and depth for really-functional use (you can create your own room arrangements). Sturdily constructed to take active youngsters' use: Beds May Be Used Separately or Stack Them As Bunk Beds 19 |88 As Low As $5 Month • Measures 30"xl5"x56" • Choice of Mahogany, Walnut or Limed Oak • Storage Space With Doors on Both Sides • Has Solid Shelves • OPEN EVERY NIGHT • ,200 MILES FREE DELIVERY FREE STORESIDE PARKING BROADWAY and PIASA • ALTON, ILLINOIS. Jersey. Will Meet On Sept. 18 .TEHSEYVILLE — ' 1%8 Woman's RfeUef t3ot|J« W«! trttct S«pt, 1.8 in Chapman Hall Instead of the regulac meetltig date Sept. 11. the district, meeting takes t>l*«s in Cetitraila on Se{iti 11 JtiaJcIng the change In the local meeting necessary. Hostesses for the September session Include MM. WllllaW Hoi- ley, Mrs. Ed Henderson and Mrs. Everett Chappell. Twenty - two members and due guest were present for the potluck meeting held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Truman Vocoltt. Mrs. Charles Barnes, vice president, presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Mary Arter, who was a patient in St. Luke's Hospital. Attend Opera JERSEYVILLE - Over 50 members of the Jerseyville Order of Rainbow for Girls and Order of DeMolays attended the Municipal Opera in St. Louis Tuesday evening to see the production "West Side Story." The trip was made by special bus and the group was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ellerman, Mr. and Mrs. AVllbur Campbell, Mrs. C. H. Grabbe and Mrs. Lena Kruse. Announce liirth of Girl JERSEYVILLE— Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Bunting of DesMoines, Iowa, are announcing the birth of a girl at 6:59 p.m. Tuesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby has been named Jo; Ellen and she weighed 7 pounds 2 ounces. Sbe is a granddaughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Amiel Mauhall of Chautauqua and Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Bunting of Principia College, Elsah, and is a great-granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Bunting of Hermosa Beach, Calif. Before her marriage Mrs. Bunting was Miss Carole Mayhall. Return From Arkansas JERSEYVILLE- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downs have returned from a trip to Clarksville, Ark. where. they visited friends for several days. To Attend Seminar JERSEYVILLE— Mrs. Charles Stanley, state supervisor, and Mrs. Paul M. Thatcher, district deputy, will attend the Royal Neighbors life Insurance seminar the week of Aug. 26 at Purdue University in Lafayette, Ind. Home From Dixon JERSEYVILLE— Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cope and the former's sister, Mrs. Olive Hardman of Jerseyville, have returned to their homes following a few days visit with the couple's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. ; Robevt L'Heureux and family in Dlxon. Marriage License Granted JERSEYVILLE — A marriage license was issued in the office of County Clerk Linda Crotchett on Aug. 20 to Clifford Allen Ruyle of Rte. 1., Medora and Miss Shirley Ann Varble of Medora. Guests at Fulkerson Homo JERSEYVILLE— Mr. and Mrs. William Fulkerson and .children of Waterford, N.Y. arrived' Monday to visit with Mr. Fulkerson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fulkerson and other relatives. Mrs. Fulkerson and daughter, |Amy, will return to New York Friday to attend a family reunion and Mr. Fulkerson will remain until the middle of next week with his parents. CarrolHon Class Plans Aug. 30 Social CARROLLTON — Members of the Good Neighbors class of the Methodist Church will have a home made ice cream social Friday evening, Aug. 30, on the Courthouse lawn. •' Darr Estate '•• CARROLLTON — The yyill of Lizzie C. Darr was admitted to probate Aug. 20 by Judge L. A. Mehrhoff. The will leaves $100 to Kane Cemetery Association and all of the rest to the lour, children. In accordance with the provisions of the will, a son, Hayden E. Darr was named executor, giving bond of $1000. The will was executed January 19, 1955,i and witnessed by W. H. Stevens and G. K. Hutchens. .',': Complete School CARROLLTON - Mr, a}$ Mrs. James Tllley Jr., were overnight guests Monday of Mrs. Tilley's mother, Mrs. C. G. Purl, eh routu to their home in Clarendon Hills from Oxford, Miss., where both took summer courses at : Mississippi State University. Both are teaching this year in the Downers Grove High School. '! Hospllul Notes ' CARROLLTON - Entering Boyd Memorial Hospital Tuesday as medical patient^ were Miss Goldle Allen ot Kune, C. R. Curmody and Miss Sharwi Sny- dec, both of CurrollUw, Dismissed Tuesday were Misn Sue Wilson of Bunion, Donajd Burnett of Plusa and Gary Wyatt at White Hall. Currolltun Noles CARROLLTON - Mr«. I*, T. Henderson and Mr. and Mr*. C. T. Kennedy of CJiicogQ a.i'enue»ts this week of Mrs. F. P. Nlmi. A marriage license wan August 2t) In the office of urU McLuno, Gi'uwie county! to William Whicker of and Miss Shirley WlwhKitftr ; of Turkey must bMj>

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