Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 26, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 26, 1963
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AUGUST 26, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGEWVB Finishes Staff Course In the Military Army Reserve Maj. ttnfold B. niirml, 48, of Jerseyvllle, 111., has completed the reserve associate command and general staff course at the U. S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort LeaVemvorth, Kan. The five • year course, comprising 120 hours of instruction yearly at Army training centers throughout the nation, prepares students for duties as commanders and general staff officers. The final two weeks of the course are held at the college during the officers annual active duty train- Ing period. Major Ballard Is regularly assigned to the 6038 U.S. Army Reserve School In St. .Louis. He and his wife, Tekla, Hve at 608 Short St., Jerseyvllle. Other area men completing specialized services courses In the armed forces include: Army Pvt. Hilly G. Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Turner, 523 Wood River Ave., Cottage Hills, a clerk - typist course at Fort Polk, La.; Kenneth It. Nale, photographer's mate airman appren- tice, USN, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Nale of 1103 Washington Ave., Alton, a course at Photographer's Male School at the Naval Air Technical Training Unit In Pensacola, Fla.; Army Pvt. Everett It, Shtilt*, whose wife Ruth lives at 323 E. Prairie, Jerseyville, an eight- week food services course at Fort Polk, La.; Army Pvt. John llimluiek, son of Mrs. Ruth A. Hardwlck, 130 Kansas St., Edwardsvllle, train- Ing as a supply handler crewman at Fort Polk, La.; S. Sgt. Virgil L. Miller of Alton, a course for medical service technicians at Gunter AFB, Ala, lie Is being reassigned to Scott AFB, Belleville. Two area men have recently completed basic training. They are George A. Nnylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Naylor of 3350 Mnyfleld Ave., Alton, Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif., and Robert L. Kit/miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Kltzmiller, Godfrey, from Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. WE DO OUR OWN HNANC1NG AT SLACK FURNITURE and APPLIANCE CO. 203 W. Third St.—Downtown Alton Long Terms—Many, Many Months to I'ay! M Just beginning the long climb In military service are three men in the Telegraph area who are in basic training at the Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, III They are: ttiiHon L Itoss, son ol Mrs. Kalherlne Bridgeman ol 322 S. Pence Ave., East Alton; lloimld L. Wcfttbfook, son of Mr and Mrs. Francis L. Westbrook ol 1404 Rodgers Ave., Alton; anc Iflldcm B. 1'rlce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos B. Price of 518 Wood tllver Ave., Cottage Hills. Marine Cpl. Itiilph E. Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J Lowe of 3425 Gillham St. Alton lias recnllsled for six years while serving at the Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort, S. C. In news of other Telegraph area military personnel, S. Sgt George W. Martin, son of George S. Martin, 3316 Belle St., Alton Is now on duty with the U.S. Air Force advisory unit in Saigon Viet Nam. Following this temper ary assignment, he will return to Indian Springs AFB, Nev. Woman Marine Officer Candi dale Cliiirlcnc M. Summers daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlei L. Summers of 126 Wood River Ave., East Alton, is scheduled to be commissioned a second lieu tenant Saturday al the Mariiv Corps Schools, Quantico, Va. Cadet Leonurd L. Moore o Piasa is taking summer Ai Force Reserve Officer Trainini Corps training at James Connal ly AFB, Tex. Lance Corp. Leonard J. Tlionip son, son of Mrs. James Mathues 1009'/j E. Fourth St., Alton ai rived home last week after a two year tour in Hawaii with the Ma rine Corps. Corp. Thompson will spend 3 days on leave at home and the will report to a base in North Car olina for reassignment. SANTIAGO—Chile is establish ing a permanent duty list. WILSHIRE MALL EAST ALTON PROFESSIONAL DRY GLEANING .SSL. SHORT GARMENTS 4 TROUSERS, SKIRTS (PLAIN), SUIT COATS, SWEATERS, BLOUSES ANY LONG GARMENTS 4 DRESSES (PLAIN), TOPCOATS, RAINCOATS TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 27 & 28 WILSHIRE MALL EAST ALTON CL 4-7189 We Clean on Sat, Announce Changes In Jersey Unit 100 JERSEYVILLE - A number of changes in the teaching personnel of attendance centers outside the City of Jerseyvllle have been reported. Charles H. Morgan of Colchester is a new teacher in Unit 100 and has been assigned to teach fiflh and sixth grades at the Del- ij center. The principal at Del- il Is Alfred H. Fessler who teaches grades seven and eight. Other eachcrs at this center are Martha L. Denner, third and fourth grades; Irene Sample, first and second grade. Perry Sherwin of Hillview, a new teacher for the unit, will teach the four upper grades at Elsah and Clarlnda Seago who is the principal, will Instruct the four lower grades. There will be two new teachers at the Fieldon attendance center, Mrs. Florence McDonald of Har- dln, who will teach second grade, and Joyce Ann Helton of Eldred who will instruct the sixth grade. She succeeds Mrs. Leola Krueger. Other members of the Fieldon staff are: Raymond B. Smith, principal, and eighth grade teacher; Frances Gorman, fifth grade; Miriam M. Kenyon, first grade; Lida M. Medford, fourth grade; Paul Rogers, coach and seventh grade; and Helen G. Scott, third grade. The only new teacher at the Grafton attendance center is Clara Bell of Batchtown who will teach fourth grade, replacing Gary D. Hickerson, transferred to Dow. A transferee from Otter ville, Opal Miller, will teach the first grade. Audrey A. Montgomery is principal and the other teachers are: Paul Vann Brown seventh grade and coach; Leola D. Cantrell, sixth grade; Mary Forrester, second James L Harp, eighth grade; Cora M. Lofton, third grade; Grace Pelli kaan, fifth. At Dow Gary D. Hickerson of Grafton will serve as coach and teach seventh grade, succeeding Arthur Hargis. The principal is Dale Dougherty who teaches the eighth grade. The remainder of the staff with the exception of a fifth grade teacher yet to be employed consists of Lorain Chappell, fourth grade; Ruth L. Fonner, sixth grade; Jane Gardner, first; Freda L. Hancock, second, arid Velma N. Sconce, third. At Otterville, the first and second grades will be taught by Miss Ruth Wade who joins Unit 100 this year. Mrs. Nancy N. Miller is principal of the Hamilton Memorial School there and teaches the fifth and sixth grades. There is an opening in the third and fourth grades and Merlin W. Carlson teaches the seventh and eighth grades. At Kane attendance center, Mrs. Harriet C. Gary, is principal and will teach the eighth grade. The other grades will be taught by the following: Virginia f. Theivagt, first; Mery E. Greene, second; Ada M. Cook, third; Mary H. Wallace, fourth; Ida Mae Anderson, transfer from Dow, fifth; John A. Moore, sixth and Asbury Walk, seventh. First Duck Stamp Sold At Jersey JERSEYV1LLE — The 1963 duck hunting regulations as made public this week have aroused In- erest among local hunters and luck stamps and duck blinds are already among the topics being discussed In advance of the annual open season on waterfowl ivhich opens in this area Nov. 1. A checkup at the Jerseyville post office Wednesday afternoon revealed that the first local man .0 buy a duck stump was Wiliam Kessler. Guests ut Schneider Home JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton and children of Gardena, Calif., are spending three weeks with Mrs. Hamilton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schneider in Jerseyville. Hill Meyer Leaves JERSEYVILLE — Bill Meyer, who has been with station WJBM here since it began operation, is transferring to the radio station at Vandalia. Joe Brcwster, who has had five years experience in radio work, began his work with the local station today and his family is moving to 606 W. Spruce St. to the house formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ogden. The Ogden family has moved to a new home in the Miller Addition. COMING AUG. 28th-10 A.M. to 6 P.M. LEARN ABOUT THE LATEST IN WHOLE-HOUSE AIR CONDITIONING! VISIT THE G-E COMFORT CARAVAN ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER WED. AUG. 28TH-10 A.M. TO 6 'P.M. Interesting, Informative displays demonstrate the latest develop* nwrrtt in the air conditioning field, WHtther you plan to buy air iondftioning now or later, yog owt It IP yourself to get all the facts. ADMISSION IS FREE Everyone is invited!... Bring your family and friends. Make a date now! SEE YOU AT THE BIG G-E COMFORT CARAVAN. lENERAL® ELECTRIC SPONSORED |Y HOME IMP, E, BROADWAY ALTON, ILL Dial HO 2-9246 •^^^^^^^^^^^H . 121, FERGUSON WOOD RIVER, ILL, Dial 254-0601 SPECIAL $60,00 BONUS ON ALL G-E CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONERS FROM AUG. 28 to SEPT, 10 Bunker Hill Club Will Sponsor Play BUNKER HILL — Members of he Bunker Hill 20th Century Club t a luncheon meeting at Rusty's Edwardsville Thursday, made lans to bring the Bunker Hill Blithe Spirit", an adult comedy y Noel Coward. The play will be presented by e road company of the R o v a ummer Theater and directed by fliss Barbara Klinefelter, former- of Bunker Hill. It will be given in the Bunker ;ill gymnasium on Saturday, Uig. 31 at 8 P.M. Tickets are be- ig sold by all members of the lub to further benefit the schol- rship fund. Shipmaii Host to Area Twinkle Club SHIPMAN — The area Twinkle Club of the Order of Eastern itars met at Beaver Dam Lake n Thursday. Mrs. Mildred Beck- r of Greenfield was elected pres- dent; Mrs. Otto Meyers of Shipman, vice president; Mrs. Luth- lla Bangert of Brighton, secre- ary and treasurer. Mrs. Margaret French of Meora won the guest prize. A pic- ic dinner was served at noon, litchfield members will be host n Oct. 24 at a potluck dinner at le Masonic temple in that city. 4-11 Hayride SHIPMAN — The Cherokee ;oys 4-H Club entertained t h e :armonettes Girls 4-H club with hay ride on Thursday night, lhaperones were the leaders of he two clubs, Mr. and Mrs. Josph Mutzbauer, Mr. and Mrs. Villiam Shelton and Mrs. Paul 'ox. The 26 members and lead- rs had a weiner roast at the lurmony Community center af- er the hay ride. Texas Visitors Shipman — Mr. and Mrs. Clyde >isp and son of Vernon, Tex., re visiting her brother and his 'ife, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bull- lan. tun on Way KABUL — The second Five- ear Plan in Afghanistan is now citing underway. AUTO LOANS TO SUIT! "Easy doet it" when you refinance your car here. You can choose the repayment plan most convenient to ypu. PHONE HO 2-9214 or See KENNY KLOOS MIDSTATES FINANCE CO, 811 Kldfe, Near Uroatlvvuy Our 26th Annual Financial Statement CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION STATEMENT OF CONDITION JUNE 30,1963 ASSETS LOANS Secured by Shares of the Association . LOANS Secured by Shares of the Association . REAL ESTATE SOLD ON CONTRACT .... REAL ESTATE OWNED U. S. TREASURY CERTIFICATES FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK STOCK ... INTEREST RECEIVABLE CASH ON HAND AND IN BANKS FIXED ASSETS OTHER ASSETS Amount 95.782.S3 95,782.53 39,940.06 4,402.89 100,000.00 130,000.00 2,863.75 667,340.70 91,681.70 65,114.27 Per Cent of Total TOTAL ASSETS $10,303,336.21 LIABILITIES Amount SHARE HOLDERS' ACCOUNTS $ 9,213,869.88 ESCROW ADVANCES FOR TAXES AND INSURANCE 55,075.67 BORROWED MONEY 300,000.00 LOANS IN PROCESS 162,581.79 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE AND ACCRUED EXPENSES 5,179.44 OTHER LIABILITIES 9,969.50 RESERVE FOR INTEREST DUE AND NOT RECEIVED 6,801.03 DEFERRED INCOME 5,393.22 RESERVES 498,452.00 UNDIVIDED PROFIT 46,013.68 100.00% Per Cent of Total 89.43% .53% 2.91% 1.58% .05% .10% TOTAL LIABILITIES $10,303,336.21 Our Auditors Say: C. J. SCHLCTSSER & COMPANY Certified Public Accountants 211 Market Alton, Illinois Telephone 1 HOwurd 5-7711 Citizens Savings and Loan Association East Alton, Illinois Gentlemen: We have examined the Balance Sheet of Citizens Savings and Loan Association of East Alton, Illinois, n,s of June 30, 1063, and the related Statement of Income and Undivided Profit for the fiscal year then ended. Our examination was conducted in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances. In our opinion, the accompanying Balance Sheet and Statement of Income and Expense present fairly the financial position of the Citizens Savings and Loan Association of East Alton, Illinois, as of June 30, 1963, and the results of its operations for the fiscal year then ende'd, in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles, applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. Respectfully submitted, Alton, Illinois C. J. SCHLOSSER & CO. July 31 1963 Certified Public Accountants. ' State oi Illinois^ We're Proud Of Our Fine Staff and Board of Directors 11. G. WICKENHAUSER President of Board of Directors DR. E. R. QUINN Director H. F. YODER Director OTTO F. BRAZIER Director OLIVER FRALEY Director Our Attorneys Our Auditor J. C. JONES Director EDWARD GROSHONG Attorney F, EDWARD TODD Attorney C. J. SCHLOSSER Auditor CLARENCE JA11USCH Secretary- Treasurer WALTER C. MAY JR. Asst, Secretary- Trciisurer & Controller DOROTHY CAROLYN WOOD Assl, Secretary- Treasurer and Loan Officer MYHA JENNINGS Assl. Controller VIRGINIA MILLIGAN Teller DELORES JOHNSON Teller ilizens JOE NOLAN JH. Executive Vice President & Director avings DIAL 254-3842 325 Smith Ave. EAST ALTON and LOAN ASSOCIATION

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