Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 28, 1963 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 28, 1963
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, AUGUST,28. 19(53 _^ _' "'- . • I * f . . ' ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH JRoifibofi) GirU Initiate 11 at JEftSEYVtLLE ^ the Jersey- vllie ftalfiifcbw Girls Initinted 11 candidates Monday evening In the Masonic Temple and also conferred the majority and marriage degrees. Those Initiated were: Cynthia White, Katliy S,e!f, Brenda fcing- haimon, Ann Fonner, Mary Ellerman, Carol Cox, Gall Griffith, Linda Crotchett, Suzanne Kramer, Mary Vaughn and Terrl Rlng- hnusen. The worthy advisee, Judy Ellermnn, was In charge of the Initiation. Nancy Jane Cox received the LETTERING PHONE HO 5-1922 majority degree and the marriage degree wa» received by Mrs. Sandra Russell Haffd and Mrs. Treva Slover Starr. This ceremony was conducted by Mrs. Herbert Dabb* of Grafton, $&&l ntembef of the Rainbow advisory board. Guests 'were present from Palmyra. The Mothers Club of which Mrs. Harold Ellerman is president, served refreshments. The Back - to - School Dance sponsored by the Rainbow and Demolays will be held Sept. 6 in the cafeteria of the Jersey Community High School. Victim of Mower Accident JERSEVV1LLE - Thomas Challacombc of Medora was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 4 p.m. Monday following an accident at his home. He Was mowing the lawn when u wire was thrown by the mower nnd struck his left foot and was embedded in the flesh. The wire was removed at the hospital and the wound sutured. MONTEVIDEO—Uraguay is to limit foreign financing. AFCO GAS FURNACE With New Duct Work Installed For AS FOLLOWS: Model AFB-750 (75,000 BTU) natural gas furnace, installation includes new duct work in basement for average 4-room home connected to present registers (maximum of 5 hot air openings), vented to present flue, and ONE YEAR FREE SERVICE. Call Our Qualified Engineer for Free Estimates —No Obligation ',;:, Larger Models at Comparable Savings No Money Down/ TAKE UP TO 155 WEEKS TO PAY (Installation of Utilities Optional at Extra Cost) This Is a Pre-Season Special Offer—Will Expire Sept. 30th ALTON SHEET METAL CORP. 103 CENTRAL AVE. ALTON HO 2-0609 or HO 2-4333 ft W, Sipes Moves Id Gfafton GRAFTON - Rev. F. William Slpes, pastor of the Grafton As- embly of God Church, and Mrs. Sipes and three children moved here last week from Hartford to he church parsonage. Rev. Slpes las served as pastor of the local church since May. Members of the Assembly Of od Church enjoyed a basket dinner at Marqucltc Park Sunday. tJlrthdny Party GRAFTON - Mr. and Mrs. Tohn Purcell entertained at a )lrthday parly at their home Sunday evening honoring their guest, Mrs. Harry Dunlopo o f Memphis, Tcnn., who observed icr anniversary Sunday. Guests were the honorees husband, Harry Dunlope, W. H. Dun- ope and daughter, Mildred, Mrs. IClla Orr, Claude Lewis of Graf- 011, and Harry Carpenter of Memphis, Tenn. Food Sale Set GRAFTON — The women of Salem Methodist Church will sponsor a food sale Saturday at Don's !cc plant beginning at 9:39 a.m. Ornfton Notes GRAFTON — Miss Mary Cath ;rine Zipprich spent the weekend n Maltoon where she visited at .he home of Mrs. V. Wherly. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Slatcn of Port Jefferson Station, Long 'stand, N.Y., arrived Sunday foi a two weeks' vacation with his Barents, Mr. and Mrs. E r n e s I lalen and other relatives. Mr. anc Mrs. Paul Slatcn and daughter Laurie of St. Louis visited today with his brother and sister-in law at the home of their parents Thomas Callahan entered St Anthony's Hospital in Alton Sun day for medical treatment. The Industrial Class of the As sombly of God Church and their teacher, Donald Reeves, enjoyer an all-clay outing nl the Chain o Rocks Park in St. Louis Saturday En route to the Park the group loured Lambert Airport. Hospital Notes EDVVARDSVILLE — One area resident was admitted and six persons were discharged from St Joseph's Hospital at Highlanc Tuesday. Mrs. Ellona Strubberg of Rte 4, Edwardsville was admitted. Discharged were: Mrs. Enol Schoettle, Rtc. 4; Mrs. Ella Hoi lowich, 315 E. Park; Mrs. Ed ward Rodemeyer and son, 105 E "J" St.; Albert Meikamp, 520 N Kansas, and Mrs. Norma Dinwid die, 121 Springer. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" GOLDEN KEY does it again!! announcing GOLDEN KEY SAVINGS PLAN for the high school and college man: Purchase your basic back-to-school wardrobe at a savings — NOW! Natural ihoulder vested suit Authentic traditional blazer sport coat 1 pr, plain front dress trousers 2 pr, plain front cotton slacks at 5.95 I'tapered iport shirt or tapered dress shirt I traditional silk repp tie $ 55.00 29.95 14.95 11.96 5.00 2.00 total value $118.86 GOLDEN KEY SAVINGS PLAN yours for only . * » $100.00 (Save $18.86) To b« purchased at $10.00 down and $10.00 each month NOTE: offer good only August 28th through September 14, 1983. Plus Sates Tax and Service Charge BROTHERS 3rd DOWNTOWN ALTON 3 Injured In Collision At Jersey JERSEVVILLE - Three per- ons were taken to ihe Jersey ommunity Hospital for exami- ation ami treatment following an cdden.. on North Stale Street at 37 p.m. Monday. According to city police, a truck wned by Raymond Geislor of erseyville and operated by Hcr- erl Beiermann, 47, Rto. 1, was roceeding south on North Slate treet, following a 1S63 Ford pas- mger car driven by John Matt wycr, 18, of Jerseyville. A third car driven by Rev. Hur- L. Potter of Kane was procend- ig north and about to meet the ther two vehicles. The car driv- n by Dwyer was trying to make left turn into the driveway at ie Warren Pirtle residence on lorth Stale Street when il was Iruck from Ihe rear by Ihe Irtick riven by Beiermann and was nocked Into the left side of the "otter car. Rev. Potter, Dwyer and the lal- sr's brother, David Dwye'r, 10, vere taken to the Jersey Com nunity Hospital for examination ,nd treatment and then releas- d. Patrolman Howard Sandberg nvestigated the accident and is- ued an arrest ticket to Beier mann for careless driving. On Tour of Europe JERSEYVILLE — Miss Bernice Whealon and Mrs. Edna Wock o. Jerseyville left today for a six weeks conducted lour of Eurcjpe Miss Wheaton is on vacation from ler duties al the office of UK Department of Agriculture Soi Tonservation in Jerseyville. Return (o Arizona JERSEYVILLE - Miss Eugena and Ronald Christen left Tuesday for their home in Tucson, Ariz, where their parents are now residing. They have spent the summer vacation here visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Christen and Mr. and Mrs. Don Beach and other relatives and friends. Eugenia is returning to the University of Arizona for her sophomore year and is majoring in accounting, and Ronald will begin his freshman year at Rincon High School. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christen, former residents of Jerseyville, have resided at 832 N. Rosemont in Tuc son for the past two years. Home From California JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Mar cus J. Ryan returned Monday from a three weeks visit in Los Angeles, Calif, with Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Radcliffe and other friends. Mrs. Radcliffe was formerly Miss Emma Simmons o Jerseyville. Mrs. Ryan's great niece, Mrs. Frank Bittner o Brcntwood, Mo., accompanied her to Los Angeles and spent 10 days there. Barton PTAs Plan For Upcoming Year Clara Barton Grade School PTA officers met Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. and appointed committee heads for the coming year. The officers adopted a budget nd accepted plans for the com^ r school year's activities. Next meeting will be Oct. 8 in ie school. Eldred Mr. and Mrs. Donald Adcock nd children and Mr. and Mrs. Villiam Stevens and daughter of arrollton spent Sunday at New alem Park. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borman, Irs. Evelyn Allen, and Mr. and Irs. Elmer Howell and son of erseyville were Sunday dinner uests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack >erry of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bushnell and laughter visited Sunday at the ionic of Mr. and Mrs. Leo jchaaf near Medora. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Varble nd daughter spent Sunday at Alon as guests of Mr. and Mrs. •"lem Williams. Kennel h Sturgeon arrived ionic Saturday for a visil with its parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ild Sturgeon. Kenneth has been mending summer school al the University of Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndell Smith en- ertained al a cook - oul Sunday "veiling al their home in Carroll- 011 honoring several guests observing birthdays . Ihis month. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson and family and Miss R u I h Ann Lemon of White iall; Mr. and Mrs. Lynnwood Franco and family of Godfrey; Mr. and Mrs. William Whilaker md children of Easl St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Otis Whitaker; Mr. and Mrs. Glun Hermans; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hermans and daughter and Mrs. Josse Davidson, Mrs. William Querry and son, Billy of Tullulah, La., returned to their home Monday alter spending a week with Mrs. Querry's mother, Mrs. Svolcim Black. Mrs. Black and her guests attended a barbecue supper Sunday evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Hundlin. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whit look and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bushnell. • Eighty per cent of the ^00,000 citizen city of Skopje, Yugoslavia was destroyed in the July 26 earthquake. '*-*Y Our 26th Annual Financial Statement CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION STATEMENT OF CONDITION JUNE 30,1963 ASSETS Amount LOANS Secured by Mortgages $ 9,106,210.31 LOANS Secured by Shares of the Association ., 95,782.53 REAL ESTATE SOLD ON CONTRACT 39,940,06 REAL ESTATE OWNED 4,402.89 U. S. TREASURY CERTIFICATES 100,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK STOCK .... 130,000.00 INTEREST RECEIVABLE 2,863.75 CASH ON HAND AND IN BANKS 667,340.70 FIXED ASSETS 91,681.70 OTHER ASSETS 65,114.27 TOTAL ASSETS $10,303,336.21 Per Cent of Total 88.38% LIABILITIES Amount 9,213,869.88 SHARE HOLDERS' ACCOUNTS $ 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. SCHLOSSER & COMPANY Certified Public Accountants 211 Market Alton, Illinoii Telephone HOward 5-7711 Citizens Savings and Lonn Association East Alton, Illinois Gentlemen: We have examined the Balance Sheet of Citizens Savings and Loan Association of East Alton, Illinois, as of June 30, 1963, and the related Statement of Income and Undivided Profit for the fiscal year then ended. Our examination was conducted in accordance with generally acceptetl 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 ended, 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. .lulv 'li 19<i3 • Certified Public •Accountants. ' ' ' , . State ol Illinois ; We're Proud Of Our Fine Staff and Board of Directors VVICKENHAUSER President of Board of Directors DR. E. R. QU1NN Director H, F. VODER Director OTTO F. HRAZIER Director OLIVER 1-UALEY Director Our Attorneys Our Auditoi j. C. JONES Director EDWARD GUOSHONG Attorney F. EDWARD TODD Attorney C. J. SCHLOSSER Auditor CLARENCE JAHUSCII Secretary- Treasurer WALTER C. MAY JR. Assl. Secretary- Treasurer & Controller DOUOT11Y CAROLYN WOOD Asst. Secretary- Treasurer mid Loan Officer MYRA JENNINGS Asst. Controller VIRGINIA M11.L1GAN Teller DELORES JOHNSON Teller itizens JOE NOLAN JR. Executive Vice I'ri'slcleiH & Director avmgs DIAL 254-3842 325 Smith Av9. EASY ALTON and LOAN ASSOCIATION * i

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