Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 28, 1963 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 28, 1963
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUdUSf 2S ( First Class Brighton Kiiidergai'ttiei's Occupy Venerable Site BRltittfON - Brighton's firs kindergarten class, due to delay In construction of a now schoo biilldlMg, wlU begin the year al East Grade School located on a lo eally-historic site. Completion of the Hew school on West Grade School site Will mark the end of continuous Use ot the site of the old East Grade school. Approximately 100 years ago a frame building on the East Grade School site served as a resort-ho tel specializing in the "Water cure." Curative powers of the water may be judged by the fact that well before the turn of the century an academy succeeded the resort-hotel in the frame building. Presiding over the educative processes of the acadt; my was a personage remembered by older citizens of Brighton as "Professor Hill, he came from the East." At least one pupil at the academy is remembered to have enrolled there because the teacher at the publis school which once stood on the corner of Vine and Main, where the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Phillips now stands, referred to her and several others as "nincompoops". This term was deemed to be so insulting that the pupil fled to the academy, where it is supposed Eastern dignity governed class room procedures. Later, the first four grades,of public school met in the old frame building now known as East Grade School, replaced the frame building and all elementary classes, plus three years of h i g h school, met there. A frame addition known familiarly as* the "sheep shed" was added in the early twenties, and in 1938 needs of the growing Brighton popula tion resulted in the building of West School, originally used as a high school. New building in progress now is addition to West School and the old school by the tracks will soon be vacant, except for the ghosts of the uncured water patients and Professor Hill who came from "the East." Before these ghosts can roam at will, Brighton's kindergartners will add the imprint of their feet to that tortured soil which has supported so many years of en terprise and education. Birthday Party BRIGHTON — Kathy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan, celebrated her seventh birthday Saturday afternoon with a party at her parents home. Eight- teen boys and girls attended the event. Assisting Mrs. Dugan with plans and refreshments were Mrs. Effie Dugan, Alton, M r s. Robert Clayton, Bethalto. LA PAZ—Bolivia will free lard imports. Registration Set At Pralt'ietowii PRAIRIETOWN — Registration of students will be held at St. Peter's Lutheran School Friday at 9 a.m. School will officially open on Sept. 3. Elmer Henze will be the principal and Miss Mary Adam will teach the primary room. I'tulrlctinvn Notes PRAIRIETOWN - Mrs. Fred Albert Stegemeier h a s dismissed from Barnes Weishaupt is a patient at the Staunton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. been rlospital. Mrs. Fred Paul entertained members of the St. Peter's Ladies Aid Monday. The Aid will sponsor a chicken supper on Sept. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schaefer returned Monday after spending a vacation in Tomahawk, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gusewelle and daughter, Mary Ann, and son, Billy, aliened the wed- CD Counselors to Meet at Carrolltoii CARROLLTON - Counselors of the Junior Catholic Daughters will meet Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 7:30 p.m. al thr home of Mrs. Gilbert Jeffrey to make plans for Ihc fall activities of the organi zalion. Moving in Springfield CARROLLTON — Mrs. Joan Smith and sons will move this weekend lo Springfield where Mrs. Smith has employment as a typist. The house being vacated here by the Smith family and owned by Mrs. Smith's father, George Daniels, has been rented by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tarzwell, who have been making their home in the house owned by Mrs. Leone Sheets of St. Louis. King James IV of Scotland granted Sauehiemuir Castle to Sir James Murray provided that he set out three glasses of port on New Year's Eve for the ghosts of the King's grandmother. ding of their niece, Darletie Helmich, at Ann Harbor, Mich., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Albrccht and children spent last weekend in Wisconsin. Walter Schumacher of Milwaukee, Wis., is visiting his mother, 1 Mrs. Emma Schumacher. WANT MORE FOR YOUR (MIONlEY KEEP YOUR EYE ON QUANTS SCHOOL SALE STORE HOURS MOM.-SAT., 10-9 P.M., SUN., 12:30-5:30 Last 3 Days . Ethan Allen EARLY AMERICAN Summer Sale! AT 4TH & PIASA ALTON Sale Ends August 31. There are still real good buys available — Stop in! JUST ARRIVED ALL NEW RECORDS •£ w £&3$#&..' '••&£#&:?> .;•#':• •#:"•:•£:::::"•' :^|||1*|?::, CHILDREN'S QUALITY BUSY BEAVER SHOES Sale 2.66 REGULARLY 2.99 poir Girls' kiltie style; strap and buckle, leather uppers; proper, healthy support. Black, otter. Sizes 8y 2 to 3. Boys' quantone moccasin oxford; smooth leather upper; flexible sole construction. Black, brown. Sizes 8y 2 to 3. CHILDREN'S 6RANTOGS SHIRT & SLACKS SETS Sale 3.57 REGULARLY 3.99 2-pc. Girls': double-knit cotton hooded top, and slacks . . . patches at elbow. Stripe top, solid slacks. 3-6X. Boys': woven or knit shirt with rayon flannel slacks in Ivy or continental styles. Handsome Fall colors. 3 to 7. JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" FABULOUS 12" STEREO OR MONAURAL RECORDS AN UNPRECEDENTED OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD AN OUTSTANDING RECORD COLLECTION AT AN UNBELIEVABLE LOW PRICE! Here is an unusual opportunity to get top quality stereo or monaural 12" 33 V& r.p.m. long playing records at this special one time low price. Only 'CHARSI IT',,,NO MONEY DOWN,,,30 PAYS OR MONTHS TO PAY MISSES', GIRLS' AND BOYS' COTTON SOCKS REGULARLY 3 pair pkg. $1 Joyce Lane® and Ginger Lane® combed cotton with Morpul® cuffs, wear rolled or straight. Sizes 7-11. Pennleigh® Prep cotton sneaker socks with thick cushion lined foot; hug- .ger cuff. Long wearing comfort. 7 to GIRLS' TOP QUALITY 100% WOOL SKIRTS Sale 3.44 REGULARLY 3.99 each Pleated and kiltie styles in plaids and solids. Some have elastic waistband. Big buttons, fringe, novelty trims. Fall colors. In sizes 7 to 14. "• ffi-»&?KCK;*<a?P«9«>i •" • t «,™%*e;?::wKr-, •<" ' FORTREL AND COTTON ROLL-UP SLEEVE SHIRTS Sale 2.57 REGULARLY 2.99 each Superh value in fine fabric, precision tailoring, 65% Fortrel polyester — 35% cotton/ wash and wear. Choice of Bermuda, button- down, notched collars. White, colors. 30-40. J*. £*| GRANTS I i^" 8 ^ Magic value! Our Magic Value daily low price cut even loiverl PENNLEIGH PREP PROPORTIONED BOYS' SLACKS Sale 2.57 REGULARLY 2.99 pair Smartly Ivy .tailored of sanforized polished cot- . ton. Machine wash them ...size, shape and softness never change. Choose from 5 favorite back-to- school colors. Sizes 6-20. "OVERTW>0 GRANT STORES COAST TO COAST JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" 'Oft i SWEATERS 1 6,97 \ Make sure it's authentic Ivy., LOOK for the LOOP! *~* PENNLEIGH WASH & WEAR SHIRTS Sale 2.57 REGULARLY 2.99 each Properly Ivy detailed from the high button collar, down the tapered body, to the stay-tucked-in tails. Cotton fabric, little or no ironing. .Students' and men's. S-M PENNLEIGH ZIP-FRONT MEN'S CARDIGAN SWEATER Ideal outdoor sweater, converts to a turtle neck. Blend of 75% wool, 25% Orion® acrylic. S-M-L, W.T. GRANT CO. REGRETS Its recent inadvertent use of the trademark "Burberry" in advertising women's Jamaica shorts, >l Burberry" is the reg» istered trademark of Burberry, Ltd. of Great Britain, FAMOUS "NIFTY" FILLER 500 COUNT PACKAGE PAPER Just the thing for those back to schoolers and enough to last more than one week. Either top or side punch. ALADDIN'S FAMOUS ALL- METAL LUNCH DOXES Complete with one half pint thermos. All with gay animated characters as seen on TV and in the funny papers, CANDY SPECIAL FOR SCHOOL JUMBO JELLS Luden's famous flavors' for dessert at the noon* time lunches. J

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