Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 9
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August 29, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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.1 I'HOtlSOAV, A'UQUST 29, 1963 .-..i,* ........,. JJam .,„ ALTON EVENING fELEGRAPtt MINK To Of**m ttiestky CARLWV1LLE - the school year lii Carllnvillo bislrlct will irtsetlng al 7:45 a.m. Friday at the high school building. teachers will spend the entire flay, in preparation, tor the start of classes Tuesday, Sflpt, 3, vi/Hfch Wlll.be nn nil-day session, staff Iftg ftt,8:25 a.m. at the junior- seflldHilgh school and-8:40 a.m. * Rtvffil elementary schools/The | iCAHLjSLte/%'(A!*) r Little Becky QAlyoTi'tou'Hfl I 'hw way to ride a missile. '" She was scheduled to ride her bony in n parade recently hut the nrtlmal bnlkfid. Becky's saddle was trnnsfered IP the hig Navy .sea-t^flir rocket hnd bd(h wpte wheeled down the street* ,!v,V . •, . 'i school drty will elosg al 3:30 p.rrt. at all f elementary, schools and 3:40 fungal the junior-senior high school. 800 Hunting Permits Sold At Jersey jEjtSEYVlLLE - More hunt' Hig licenses have been Issued this season to date at the office of City Clerk Everett Carlson that In the 1962 season at the same time. Carlson reported I him 300 licenses to thnt hunt more have been issued. An unusually good squirrel season is believed responsible fpr the Interest in bunting. Marty hunters have obtained the dally limit on squirrels in the zone. *.'.-, , , Another ''demand for hunting licenses Is expected to be experienced when the rabbit, pheasant and quail seasons open. The dove season promises to be a slack one as a survey repeals the species Is not in extensive numbers, and few licenses will be issued just for dove hunting Ihis year. The duck hunting season will Brighton Troop To tte tteoi*gttni*ect BRIGHTON - Boy Scout Troop 39-will be reorganized at the end of September, it was decided al a meeting of the troop committee Wednesday night. The troop will Nave a new scoutmaster and the committee Will present needs of the, troop to members of the Parent • Teacher Association, t h e sponsoring Instllulion, Byron Towse. committee chairman, said. Sometime during Scptem- bef alt boys interested in scouting and parents of interested boys Will be asked to a general meel- ing Under PTA sponsorship. Woman Stricken at Meeting theiFortrej wool flannel blouses ••;. skirt. '•; Bfouses of ec<gy«careJPortrer polyester | blends . yi- white and Colors, 32-38.. : v;p: ; ; : y::|f Skirts ..... ,/lfnecl front-wrap style, 100% wool flannel, clark and vivid shades, 8*16. Jumper of 100% wool flannel, deep ' V-neckline, low boltod back, dark and vivid shades, 8-16. NCKE'S WHY " Wi> inll for cuili only I ,' ........ » TJiJfu aru no credit diorrjutl YOU i.AVfc , W(J , IOVO h o Ol! ji, | 0>so ,| AT HOUERr HAtl » Vow »0vy t>oc«uja vvi> |ovu< also boost the quota to a certain excent depending on how numerous the waterfowl become in the area when the annual flighl begins, arriving in the locality. KiiluiLscd From Active Duty JERSEYVILLE - Douglas Noble Hake received his discharge from aclive military duty Aug. 22 al Bainbridge, Md., following four years service, one year three months of which lime was on foreign duly. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Gary Willis have given the name Ellen Kay lo Ihelr infanl daughter born al 3:50 p.m. Sunday al the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds 2 ounces. ' She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Perdun and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Willis of Jerseyville and is a great-granddaughter of Mrs. Bertha Perdun and Mrs. Shanks of Jerseyville, Mrs. Elsa Nash of White Hall and William Willis of Jacksonville. Mrs. Willis was formerly Miss Frances Perdun, This is Ihe first child of the couple. Leave for California JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Marie Fuchs and Mrs. Elwanda Dierking left today for Aguanago, Calif, to spend a month with the former's sister, Mrs. Minn Krueger, formerly of Jerseyville. Ed. Krueger of San Diego, Calif., who has been visiting relatives in Jersey County accompanied them to California. Marie and Duke's Restaurant, operated by Mrs. Fuchs will be closed during her absence and will be reopened for business on Oct. 1. Visit Aunt Here, JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. William H. Archer Jr. and daughter, Melody of Sparland, Mo., have 'returned to their home following a few days visit here with Mr. Archer's aunt, Miss Margaret Archer. Mr. Archer is vocal music instructor in the School system of Sparland. Announce Birth of Girl JERSEYVILLE — Mr., and Mrs. Wilfred Goellen of Jerseyville are parenls of a girl bora at 11:12 p.m. Sunday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds 8 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Margie Hayn of Kampsville and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goetten of Jerseyville. Before her marriage Mrs. Goellen was Miss Joyce Hayn. This is the first child of Ihe couple. Man Burned By Steam From Truck Radiator JERSEYVILLE — Charles Gallup of Alton was treated at the Jersey Community, Hospital at 4:40,p.m. Tuesday for first and second degree burns received in an accident near-Kane when the radiator cap ble\y off of his truck and the steaming water hit his face and chest inflicting burns on his forehead, face and left shoulder. He was released after treatment. , Hugh Armstrong of Jerseyville was slicing tomaloes Wednesday morning at home and the knife slipped cutting his, left thumb. The wound was sutured at 'the local hospital. Linda Murnberger, 13, daughter of Mr. "and Mrs. Otto Murn- berger of Jerseyville, was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital at 11 a.m. Wednesday, She was riding a bicycle at home on a gravel road when her foot slip-, ped from the pedal and dragged on the gravel tearing the null on her right great toe. She was released after treatment. Mrs, Mprk Robeen of Jerseyville cut the thumb of her loft hand on u broken dish at her home Wednesday morning. She was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital where the wound was sutured. Julia Lane, 2, daughter of, Mr, and Mrs, John Lane of Paw, lacerated his forehead at his home Wednesday and was taken to the Jersey Hospital where the wound was sutured. ,. BRIGHTON — Mrs. Jennie Stead of Glrard was suddenly stricken 111 during a meeting o Macoupin County Council of the American Legion and Auxiliary In Brighton Wednesday night. She was admitted to Carlinville Are* Hospital at Carlinville. SIU Journalists To Meet Sept. 28 CARBONDALE, 111. — Editors of area high school newspaper! and yearbooks logelher with faculty advisers, will attend a fal workshop, Sept. 28, sponsored by the Southern Illinois Schoo Press Assn. W- Manion Rice, associate professor of journalism at Soulheri Illinois University and associa tion director, said the 9lh annua svorkshop will be held at Univer sity High School in Carbondale on the SIU campus. 20,000 NUDISTS LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - Th American Sunbathing Associatio reports there are between 20,00 and 25,000 aclive members nudisl clubs in Ihe Uniled Slales Integration Increasing in Advertising B.V JACK MsFLtett At' Kiinlnrs* News Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Racial inte ration of advertisements is mov ng ahead slowly but steadily. More and more Negro models ire appearing alongside white nodcls. Recently Macy's, the big New York department store chain pic- .uted five hand-holding youngsters n an ad for children's apparel. One was a Negro and another an Oriental. While there is strong pressure from the Negro community for grealer employment of Negro models, n real impetus comes from a desire by advertisers to reach the Negro market. This market comprises almost 11 per cent of the U.S. population, or 20 million persons, with $19 billion in annual purchasing power. Sortie companies hive paid spe clal attention to the Negio mar« et for many'years. Sometimes this M « HM ^^ a ^ M ^4tt^*^^^^Ml^0,M«lM^MIMailMWMMIHMH was a part of a program ahned at many ethnic groups and neighbor- toods. Until recently efforts to reach :he Negro market were mainly confined to the Negro press. Now general media are being used. The trend toward use of Negro models is quite new and the advertising industry is having its problems. "Many advertisers and agencies don't know how to do it," an Industry spokesman said. "A problem is attracting too much attention to the models. After all, you're selling peanut butter, not in- tegration." "There is a definite Increase In the use of Negro models in general advertising," Mid Richard Scheideker, senior vice president of the American Association for Advertising Agencies. "But you have to use Ihpm where appro- propriate and whoro Ihoy will sell products." New York Mayor Robert Wagner's conimillpc on job advance- menl has mado a slrong push for greater employment of Negroes in newspaper, magazine, television NOTICE- LABOR DAY-SEPTEMBER 2 LEGAL HOLIDAY The Following Banks Will Observe Monday, Sept, 2, as a Legal Holiday and Will Not Be Open for Business. Alton Banking and Trust Co., Alton Bethalto National Bank, Bethalto First National Bank and Trust Co., Alton First National Bank, Wood River Godfrey State Bank Illinois State Bank, East Alton The Bank of Alton, Alton fhf «A8f DANBURY, Cowi. (Jft monster of East Lake didn't in business Jong. After several persons complained that something was scaf* ing people in the lake avert, state police uncovered the monster. tt was two boys, 14 and 15 years old, using flashlights, a' ram's horn arid, a construction lantern thnf flashed under water. The boys Were sent home and told to stop scaring people. and radio advertising. OPEN msr NIGHT 'W? 'f^$j$}^-H^ MWmlr AY*. J&fiir isttHnr Girls? RAINCOAT WITH UMBRELLA and KERCHIEF 6.88 COM P. VALUE 8.95 Two complete rainy-day outfits in one! Patch-pocketed cotton poplin coat reverses to rayon taffeta print... both sides water-repellent... plus a matching print head kerchief and _..*.•.- ». umbrella. Beige * *** or willow, sizes 7-14. OUR ENTIRE STOCK REGULAR SUPS, PETTICOATS IIEI'KKSKNTATIVK 1'AHUKK PAPUCAH, Ky. w This west ern Kentucky rivet-part was n|med lor Paduke, the ehteTwh represented the ChlckuBiw In diun Tribe in tho Jackson Put-Th purchase Pi land was , Illnes. new phone fall shades.,. 4 to 10. HERE'S WHY * We tell for cmh only I vnn CAUE * There are no credit charge*! Y<PU SAVE f We haye no cred |, , oj|e|1 AT ROBERT HAIL * Yov lave becouie we tavtf 2821 Godfrey Road, (Route 67) Just North of Delmar Ave. at the New Beltllne Highway easy-care cotton shirtdresses in dark trans-season prints 4.97 JR. PETITE SIZES 5-11 Those dark-toned twixt-summer-and- fall cottons you've been looking for . . . in two classic full-skirted, hemp belted shirtclress styles. The check- plaid with Bermuda collar, buttons to the waist... the Persian print with collarless cardigan neckline, buttons from neck to hem with gleaming brass-finish buttons. HERE'S WHY • W« tell for eo»h only I UMII CAME * There pre no «r«dit ehorg«»l YOU SAVE . W(> hove no cred , ( | e ,,,,| AT ROBERT HAH » You love becouie wt iov«/ B8T.1940 OPfN IVWY NIOHT 7/t 9 mi Godfrey RoaU (Rt. 67) Juit North Of Delmar Ave, At The Beltllne Highway \ I

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