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August 24, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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AUGtlSt 24, 1,963 ALTON EVENfNG TELEGfcAPH amily Homes DESIGN 231 Hdui* 1,134 Sq. PI. 16,837 Cu.Pt. Do It Yourself Repairing, Reupholstermg Furniture Is Getting Easier PLOML ^•••••••••••MIBMBMBBMB••••••••••VJ BUILDING PLANS • PLAN BOOKS ORDER FORM Alton Telegraph Plan Dept. FAMILY HOMES 2900 Alpha St., Lansing, Mloh. 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 Enclosed find $ for items checked. .75 NAME ADDRESS CITY Zone STATE ™ "BBBBBBBBBBBBUflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB? Extension Council CARROLLTON — Members of Greene County Homemaker's Extension Council will meet Tuesday in the Farm Bureau building at 2 p.m. Following their business COLOMBO — Traders in Cey. Ion report government interven tion. meeting, they will conduct a train ing school at 2:30 p.m. for uni officers. veiaas ANY WAY YOU LOOK AT IT YOU FIND THE HIGHEST QUALITY, GREATEST POWERED LP GAS MADE! JIM JONES, INC. Colonial Tri-Level Popular Here Is a popular Trl-level featuring the spaciousness of colonial architecture without the inconvenience of long flights of stairs! Construction is mainly wood siding with field stone trim. The cantilevered front bedrooms, overhanging roof plus a wide picture window add charm to the exterior. Its three levels are divided into work, living and sleeping areas with emphasis on easy access and slop-saving housekeeping. First level entry hall serves as "buffer" giving privacy and good traffic circulation to all parts of the house. A large guest closet here features built-in shelves on either side — ideal for books and plants or a telephone. Living room has a large picture indow and wide wall areas for urniture placement. Dining ell is ell lighted and convenient for ormal dining. Kitchen adjoins the dining room nd has a door leading to rear jorch convenient for those meals utdoors. This area is large nough to allow eating space in itchen. Windows over the sink ermits plenty of light as well as llowing Mom to keep an eye on lie children at play. Plenty of abinet. and counter space here nd truly designed to save steps or the homemaker. Garage and laundry-utility room : re located a few steps below the nain level. Laundry has front window with furnace and water- Dealer at the rear. A door leads nto the garage, which in turn has rear door to the yard. Above this area is the sleeping ving. Three spacious bedrooms with ample closets and good venti- alion. Bath has built-in vanity and services all three bedrooms as well as the main level of the lome. A linen closet is located n the hallway. This plan conforms to general FHA, VA and Building Code requirements. You can obtain building plans with specifications and material list — see order coupon. Eldred ELDRED — The Rev. John T. Finnan, pastor of the Baptist Church, lias announced his sermon for the 10:30 a.m. Sunday worship service will be "Eldred et al." Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Roger of Atlanta, Ga., arrived this week for a visit with Mrs. Roger's mother, Mrs. Stella Davidson, and to attend the Davidson family reunion Sunday at the City Park in Carrollton. Jerry Lee Coonrod of Granite City is spending this week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coonrod. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith have returned to their home at Glendale, Ait/.., after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Clendenen, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mitchell and other relatives, By IWWALtt «. IlltAN.V Once upon a lime, repairing furniture took considerable skill and experience. Today, thanks to the many new products available, glues that work like rna- glc and simplified directions that take the mystery out of even difficult Jobs, everyone can expect, professional results. A new handbook, "How To Repair & Reupholster Furniture", now' tells how to apply first aid to loose, strained or broken furniture joints, broken springs, torn webbing and Just about every operation required in repair and reupholster furniture. Directions tell how to remove upholstery fabric, springs, tie strings, padding, webbing, etc how to glue joints, replace broken or bent springs, retle springs, Install new webbing replace with complete spring assemblies where needed or repair with foam rubber. It tells what tools, needles and materials are needed, where, when and how each is used. The next time you sit. down In your favorite chair, and hear or feel something give, don't be alarmed. Remember inanimate objects, like people, have a life span that's sometimes marred Jersey East Grade Staff Announced Five New Teachers on Jersey High Faculty by accident. When you know how to apply first aid to furni lure, you'll not only double and triple Its life span, but also help yourself to pleasant am productive hours of completi relaxation when you accomplisl something you have never don before. Send 50c in coin, check or money order for Home Improvement Book No. 623 How to Repair & Upholster Furniture to Alton Telegraph, P. O. Box 215, Brlarcliff Manor, New York. A new catalog Illustrating 300 other build it yourself pattern projects and home Improvement books is available at 50c. Add 25c per pattern if you want special handling. Copyright 1963. Donald R. Brann Carrollton Class To Have Picnic | CARROLLTON — Members of the Good Neighbor Class of the Methodist Quirch will have a picnic supper Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Carter, if the weather permits, and, JERSEYVILLE — Five newi tenchnrs will be on the staff at the Jersey Community High School this year. William 0. Shade of Carrollton will leach English to fill the vacancy created by the death of Mrs. Victoria Harlow; Fried Heyn of Kirksvillc, Mo., will teach mathematics, succeeding Miss Mable Vance; science will be taught by Jerry Fort of Carrier Mills; Dale Huffman of Hillsboro will teach social science and Margaret Drew of Mt. Sterling will teach English. Other members of the high school staff are: Harold E. Ballard, chemistry; Dorothy M. Ban dy, Latin and English; Donald E. Bell mathematics and physics; Raymond B. Bersche, Spanish and social science; Joyce .L. Blair, business education; Emma F. Bradley, physical education and health; Paul C. Carey, agriculture; Helen M. Corken, vocal music; L. E. Cravens, guidance; Louis L. Davis, business education; Myra M. Dierking, English and French; Winifred C. Dougherty, business education and dean of girls; Harold E. Finn, industrial arts; Mary Helena Fleming, English and speech; Cuma Lee Frost, social science; Euel D. Glenn, mathematics and science; Warren R, Jreene, biology; Alex F. Guinn, mathematics; Charles R. Hamil ton, agriculture; Nancy E. Hamil ton, home economics; Ronal H Hamp, industrial arts; George L Frederick A. Miller, general sci cnce; Edwin F. Minor, socia studies; Charles M. Mostar, gen eral science and biology; John W. Nutter, English; Margaret E. Pack, physical education and health; Catherine S. Parsell, mathematics; Lorin L. Roberts, drivers education and assistant football coach; M;iry .1. Rogers, librarian; Marvin H. Rull, guidance; Ester C. Searles, social science; Mary L. Shephard, home economics; Earl M. Stone, English and L. W. Wilson, industrial arts. To Explain Dial System JERSEYVILLE — The Wom- n's Society of Christian Service ill meet at 8 p.m. Monday at le First Methodist Church. Top- c for the meeting will be "World feighbors" and Miss Josephine tahl will be leader. W. R. Green of the General 'elephone Co., will show slides and explain the operation of the ew dial system soon to be in elect here, and will show how to ontact our neighbors here. JERSEYVILLE - The East Elementary .School will havo two new IcfH'hfTS this semester. Doyle Don- nhoo of Enfield succeeds Carol Grant os nn eighth grade tencher, and K. Richard Lent* of Donnelson will loach lhf> sixth grade room formerly taught by Rasalind Sinclair who is on a yenr's leave if ahsoncf. Thn principal of (hn school is ,Ioyd D. Bmicrsarhs and the as- istnnt principal IH Kenneth Bre- Ipn. The office secretary is Mrs. Betty L. Bredrn. Other members of the staff are: Margaret Archer, eighth grade; I'ckla Bnllard, transferred from bird to first; Alma C. Breit veisef, third; Martin P. Carmody, 'ifIh; Mrs. Rulh Erb, special edu cation; Kathryn Marie Fessler, 'ourlh; Thomas M. Frazer, seventh; Ronald L. Gibson, sixth; Mniy F. Gledhill, first; Carl F, roppel, eighth; Catherine D rlagen, fourth; Stella I. Haves seventh; Donald M. Kimpling, band; ...vdia B. Kirchnor, sixth; Willian K. Miller, seventh; Elizabell Moore, vocal music; 0. V. Robinson, sixth; Nell B. Roth, fifth; Dorothy M. Schmidt, art; jean .f, SpaUlding, Second; LflSelle Stem, second; Charles H. Tnlley, band; Martha K. Wallace, third; Hugh P. Wisher, eighth; Nolle Wilt, first; Jean Wyo.strek Ends, seventh and physical education. Visit in Bloomingtmi JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sena for nnd Mrs. Ernest Ferenbach and Miss Mabel Ewin ave returned from a brief visit n Bloomington. Miss Ewin wa he guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. <ibler formerly of Jerseyvllle and he others visited with their broth- ir-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs f. J. Norton. Crofchnlt Reunion Sunday JERSEYVILLE — Members of he Crotchett family will hold a reunion Sunday at the Shipman k. A basket dinner will be served at noon. This is the flrsi reunion of the group and it 1? planned to make It an annual af BELGRADE — Yugoslavia is ilanning tax laws to encourage he development of crafts. 911 MILTON ROAD PHONE HO 2-2765 The Auxiliary will serve a supper at the American Legion Hall Monday evening for open house visitors of Columbiana Seed Co. This is the first in n series of meetings held annually by the seed company with visitors from Illinois, Missouri, Kentucy, Tennessee nnd other states. if not, in the dining room of the church. The Carters will be assisted in entertaining by Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — A marriage license was issued Aug. 22 in the office of Richard McLane, Greene County clerk, to Raymond Pellegrini of Wilsonville, 111., and Mrs. Donna Bailey of Milton. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Devine of Watseka arrived Friday to spend a few days with Mrs. Devine's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wile: of Carrollton, and her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Carl Martin near Eldred. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meek of this city and their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Grimes, and sons of St. Joe, Mich., are vacationing this week in Michigan. Mrs. Austin Bassell of Dallas, Tex., spent a few days this week with her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pranger. Mrs. Gordon Welch returned to her home In Washington, D. C., this week after spending a week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Shells For Birds ATHENS — A Greek merchandiser lias announced his plans to market oyster shells to be sold for grinding into meal for bird feed. smart wives know... Havens, dean of boys, physica education, basketball, health anc track; Mary W. Heitzig, English Jean M. Heye, guidance; Rut H. Hunt, English; Scenna H James, business education; Effi M. Jones, English; Cecil L. Kemp fer, driver education and geogra phy; Donald W. Kimpling, band Paul A. McGarvey, physical edu cation, health, freshman-sopho more football; James D. Makir son, art; James F. Mick, biology Need Some Point, Noils, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? OPEN I BETHALTO SUNDAY I BUILDERS 9 to 1 I SUPPLY fair. MAGEE CARPET ARMSTRONG noor; SHERWOOD'S Floor and Wall Covering 1110 Milton—HO 2-3603 "Add q Room for Less Than You Think" UTTER BROS. Lumber Yard ...COTTAGE HILLS SAVE UP TO 2 on K J&ASpringman HAS A FULL LINE OF PAINT and SUPPLIES Godfrey, III. Ph. 496-3431 • ALUMINUM AWNINGS CALL HO 5-5588 & Awning Mllion WE SELL HEATING HAPPINESS ^^ Comfort at a comfortable price is our specialty! Electric and Heating HO 2-9287 CAMP ,1126 Milton Rd. GUTTERS? 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Use the convenience of your Wedge Account to pay nil your bills . , , LARGE! or small. Your cancelled checks are positive proof that you paid your bills, ALTON BAWklNG & TRUST CO fffftlft" Lukeman, following the death of her husband. Dr. and Mrs. Elston Roady and family of Tallahassee, Fla., are spending a few days here with Dr. Roady's mother, Mrs. T, G. Roady Sr., after which they will take a vacation through the eastern stales before returning home. Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Roady Jr., and family, who have been vacationing In Minnesota, are to arrive here next week en route home and will visit his mother, Mrs. f. G. Roady Sr., and she will accompany them home spend a few weeks. Bfc IF Your home Will SMILE !tJ Complete Remodeling Guaranteed Workmanship Planning and .Design Service* ESTIMATES GANHAM HOME IMPROVEMENT CO "M Qfiorgt JPe ir H0241S6 . . . 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