Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 26, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 26, 1963
Page 7
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AUGUST 26, 1963 ALTON EVENING WSLfiGRAf H 15 Treated in Township Hospital Emergency Room WVETi - Fifteen persons were treated nnd released from the ,Wood River Townphlp HofcplfA] during the weekenfl for injuries incurred In mlshnps. Two of (he 15 wore children tfttited tor dog bites. They were: Roznnno Young, 2, dmiRhlcr of Mf. rind Mrs, Hnlph Young, 420 S. Montgomery St., Lltchfleld, and Knthy Ann fillis, 12, daughter ot Mr. and Mrft. Edward Ellis, Centrnlla ftoad, Mt. Vernon. ttoznnne was bitten on the hose and upper lip at the home of Milo Gulp, 688 Mmirlce St., and Kntliy Ann was bitten on her chin at the home of Walter Ord, Tomilson Avenue, Enst Alton. Olhers treated ahd released during tho weekend were! Michael T. Stassl, 40, 245 Weslvvood for., East Alton, for an Injury to his left foot When he dropped a WY ftft H Ml Id ft 96.TA MID .'AMERICA! I DRIVE-INS APR! I TONITE Thru TUBS. HENRY FONDA MAUREEN O'HARA Jamas MacArthur ^ Donald Crisp SPENCERS MOUFflhlN TONITE Thru TUES, ELIZABETH DANA TAYLOR • ANDREWS "ELEPHANT WALK" piece of flooring on H. Mary Crumley, 2, daughter of Mr*. Bonnie i. Crumley, 417 Douglas SI., East Alton, fof a sniall laceration inside her mouth when ft car brushed her. Diana Moore, (5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore, Southard and Park avenue, for a toe laceration Incurred while playing with a shovel at home. Bradley W. Morss, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mbrss, lit. 1, Moro, for a laceration to the base of the second finger of her left hand received when he stumbled and fell home. on some glass near Mrs. Irma Coffman, 2fi, 127 W. Second St., Roxana, for a burn to her left hand received when hot grease splashed her at home. William Morgan, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan, 2261 Benton St., Granite City, for a laceration to his right leg when a butcher knife fell on him. Joe 11. Scrogglns, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Scroggitns, Rte. 1, East Alton, for bums to his arms and left leg received when glue he was using to build a dog house caught fire. Mrs. Louis Sheppard, 61, 400 N. Wood River Ave., East Alton, for an Injury to her left arm when she fell down steps oh her back porch. Dennis Smith, 11, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Smith, 179 Second St., for injuries to his knee and mouth when he fell from his bicycle onto some rocks. Mrs. Nina Taylor, 38, 507 Harper Court, East Alton, for an injury to her left little finger suffered when she fell from back steps at her home. r.achel months, SEE IT NOW! ENDS THURSDAY! ComlortnhlyCOO/. WILDEY Opnii 0:45 Starts 7:18 IltANOR FAKKtR OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK Congratulations To JEAN HAMMOND' Route One, Alton THIRD WEEK'S WINNER IN OUR 1st ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION! ADMIRAL STEREO CONSOLE/ SELF-SERVICE 2108 fiOin<MUOV UOAI) H••• • Bin• •"•HiHii III • H W1 • ••«••••lg FINE FOODS Legend's Mightiest Warrior! GUY WILLIAMS Plus Tom & Jerry Cartoon GRAND—Starts Friday "THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM" Mrs. Donald Baker, 501 Melrofte. South Roxana, /or observation when she (ell from her steps at iome and hit her head on concrete. Charles Wilson, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin R. Wilson, 330 Thomas, Roxana, for an injury .o his right ankle received while playing ball. Charles Cunningham, 11, son of Rene daughter Baker, of Mr. 19 n'nd Russell Cunning- and Edwardsville Mr. and Mrs. lam, 135 13th Road, lor an injury to his right jlbow suffered when he fell off a go-cart. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. Your Pnvorlte Family Drive In TARLIGHT KB COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. HOX OI'FICE OPENS AT 7 Rev* Potter Recalled al Bethany Baptist KANE - ftev. H. L. Potter, who hns been pastor of the Behany Baptist Church west of iere for the past two years, has tieon recalled for another year, fie also has been recalled as pastor of the Providence Baptist Church for another year. Knll Baptist Netting KANE — The fall meeting of Baptist Assn. Eastern Stars to Meet at Bethalto BETHALTO — Tho Bethallo Chapter, Order of Eastern Star will resume meetings tonight wilh a birthday observance-at 7:45. Founders of the Bethalto chapter will be honored and Bunker Hill chapter will be guest chapter. Other chapters will attend (ho celebration. the West Central will be held at the Baptist TONITE & TUESDAY SPENCERS MOUIflhIN TECHMICOLON STARR IMO HENRY FONDA MAUREEN O'HARA Janws MacArltiur Donald Crisp Plus I'llir, OATIBY In "BLACK GOLD" Color Cartoons-Free Playground Children Admitted Free Church in Ashland Sept. 4. CJIioirs to Itchearfte KANE — The children's choirs of the Methodist Church will resume rehearsals the first week of September. The Junior Choir will rehearse on Wednesdays after school and the Cherub Choir on Thursdays. Mrs. John H. Wehrly Jr. Is director of both choirs. Mrs. Curliss Pregler is organist for the Junior Choir and Barbara Cumin ings is pianist for the Cherub Choir. Kiuie Notes KANE — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jean and Mr. mid Mrs. Ed Wool- Vlsitlng Relatives SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson of Sharon, Pa., are visiting relatives and friends in the area. Straight to Museum DERBY, England UP) — Britain's oldest bootlace factory is to closo. It was founded in 1850 and still uses its original machinery, wliicl now is destined for an industrial museum. CORNS-CALLUSES LIFT mam orr IN so MINUTES Say HOUR CORNMASTER as —.—.— 4> _- afubborn corn* dtlrt CBllUliO* in 3O ,, «ometlm«9 nulck&M Just d ? bn °. l ifc I fo l |f fruit r«al*y hurt .'"/work* sa«?ally W«" »' Mt. .r return tar <nak« lUo miserable. Now today HALF-HOUR CORNMASTER Science Shrinks Piles New.Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain v TUBS., WED., TIIUUS. Family PriciiS—All Seats 2fic Kiddies Mutlnce Wednesday Continuous from 1. p.m. TUESDAY MATINEE ONLY -1:30 "Kiddie Summer Fun Show" Doors Open 12:45—Starts 1:30—All Seats 35c BEST Our Last For The Summer Season! * 2 HOURS OF FUN * Announces Ihe transfer of CHEF VAN CLARK JR. from Holiday Inn South to Holiday Inn Edwardsville CHEF VAN Invites You to a Special LABOR DAY SMORGASBORD .. .serving from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Labor Day BREAKFAST— 0 a.m. to 11 a.m. LUNCH— 11 u.m. to 4 p.m. DINNER— 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. SUPPER— 10 p.m. to mldnltc Dial Edw. 656-3115 or CH 1-6864 for Reservations ALSO BUGS BUNNY & SPEEDY GONZALES Little Rascals & 3 Stooges Comedies! HILARITY at K.PEAK1 UttlERASCmi CWftttT sey returned Saturday from a two weeks vacation in Canada and Niagara Falls. Miss Goldie Allen returned Saturday from Boyd Memorial Hospital where she had been a medical patient for the past week. Miss Judith Gary of Ramsey spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gary. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE PHONE DU 4-5001 BETHALTO RIGGI DRUG No* York, rt. Y. {Special) - Fof the first time science hat found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop Itching, and relieve pain — without •urgery. In one hemorrhoid case after another,"very striking improvement" was reported and verified by a doctor's observations. Pain was relieved promptly. And, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction or retraction (shrinking) took place. And most amazing of all — this improvement was maintained in cases where a doctor's observations were continued over a period of many months I In fact, results were so thorough that sufferers were able to make such astonishing state- ments as"Plle» hftv0 ceftied to tw a problem!" And among them sufferers were a vety Wid« variety of hemorrhoid dohdltiont, tome of 10 to 20 years' standing. All this, without the use of narcotics, anesthetics or astringents of any kind. The secret u a new healing substance (Blc- Dyne*)-the discovery of a •world-famous research institution. Already, Bio-Dyne la In wide use for healing injured tissue on all parts of the body. This new healing substanca is offered in mppotitory or ointment form called Preparation H*. Ask for individually sealed convenient Preparation H Suppositories or Preparation H Ointment with special applicator. Preparation H !• aold ai all drug counters. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" TUBS., WED., THURS. Stewart Grangor Deborah Knrr u MINES Front M-G-M • TECHNICOLOR! Tucs., Thurs. at 8:37 p.m. LOTSA FUN Mickey Booney, Virginia Wcller, Francis, the Talking Mule, In "FRANCIS IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE" Tues., Thurs. at 7:11 p.m. PAINT-TO HOOKERS FAMOUS 4400 HOUSE PAINT Made With Pure Linseed Oil TupttStr.v TOTE BAG Perfect, for c a r r y i n K Ilinchos or even ns a purse. TYCORA SWEATERS By CnnlcrlHiry Full fusliloncd by famous maker. 43 PCS. In fissortud styles nnd colors. Cardigans 38, 38, 40 Slipovers 34 and 30. ROB, S8.98—$4.ft1t. .lieu. $0.98 nnd $7.98 Outstundiiig Selection of Girl's Uiick-to-School BLOUSES Si/os 8 to It 99 $198 Onward Notebook FILLER PAPER 500 Sheets 5 Hole Side Punch Reg. $1.49 NOTEBOOK WITH FILLER and Extra Equipment Reg. $1.92—Save 43c HOOKE? Brilliant White and 15 Sparkling Ranch House Colors | REG. 6.10 HOOKERS' 440 HOUSE PAINT is weatherproof .and durable. Subjected to the most rigorous test conditions Hookers' 440 pasi- ed with flying colors. You can be proud to use a product of this quality on your home. Tests and research have proved there is no finer paint made. Also comes in 4414 Outside Primer at this same low, money saving price. Then BEN FRANKLIN Alron Plow Store Only ALTON PLAZA STORE French Inspired OVER BLOUSE DRESSES With 8 Loolw Size 7 to 2-Po. Sot t Slim t Reg. t Guaranteed SUo» 6 to Boy's SWEAT SHIRTS iieuvywclulil, double hooded with raglnn sleoves and mull, White, Navy. GunmeU nit Red. SUes 10 io 16, Keg. $2,49 SWEAT SHIRTS lleuvywoluht, crew neck with runlun sleeves ttnd roomy underarm uueset. White, GunmetnJ, Olive Green, muo. SUos 10 to 10, Keg. $1-09 •• Hoy'h 3 to 7 PANTS Contluontul styled In 'n wear shadow pluld cotton mid «olld color corduroy .... *•*•• AITON PLAZA-CATALOGUE STORE MONTGOMERY-WARD DIAL HO 5-4271 Back-to-Schooi BOYS! GIRLS! REGISTER FOR FREE GIFT CERTIFICATE at Alton Plaza Stores! One $25,00 Gill Certificate* Given a Boy and a Girl in a Drawing Sat,, Aug. 31st, *Certi/icafe good in any Alton Plaza Slore ONE INCH ANGULAR SASH BRUSH . WASHABLE FLAT LATEX WALL PAINT 1 HOOKER 1 I VINYL ' L HAT IAT" i \. - ^ '""" REG. 4.98 Gal. 8 COLORS AND WHITE PAINT and PLASTER IN ONE COAT • MAKES OLD WALLS NEW! ONE COAT COVERS ANY SURFACE Add new charm and character to any wall surface. Hooker's paint 'n' plaster sand texture is a new type of rubber base finish sult- ublu for every room in the house from attic to basement. Hides small holes and surface blemishes. No odor and it dries in 30 minutes. $ 3 98 GAL. HOOKER UTTER BROS Lumber Company Conveniently Located Just 3 Miles Out of Upper Alton on Route 140 - DIAL CL 9-6411 ,-<l ,1 : "l»t«it'^

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