Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 31, 1963 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, August 31, 1963
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FOURTEEN JSVENW3 Attractive Home Space Miser this attfieUve brick veneer •IttWeil home is only 28' wide and 'ft spiee Wiser te boot! JSvery bit of spice is utilized to fullest and most , convenient extent *- Ko here! placement of covered .porch results lh a living room of very generous proportions. Guest Wrap closet Is located near front entrance. Large picture windows are vented—wall areas are ampler-sliding door between living and dining room Is a space saver-^all these features give you a comfort-planned living area. Dining room Is large enough to meet family size needs with the plastered arch to kitchen adding an even more spacious appearance to this room. Kitchen has planning desk- storage cabinets and work counter near range—additonal cabinets near sink. There certainly Is no lack of cabinet space. A sliding door in kitchen shuts off the broom closet and two steps leading down to side exit and basement stairs. Another sliding door can shut off central i hall. i There are three bedrooms, | two of which feature oversize wardrobe closets with sliding doors, the rear bedrooms have corner windows for easier furniture placement. The entire j sleeping area has been planned! for space saving. The full bathi Is in a convenient location. Hall j contains a utility and a linen | closet. You can see how well your narrow lot problems have been solved in the planning of this particular model. Basement has storage closet beneath stairs, a fruit room, while the laundry and heating equipment has been located to permit a large "front- to-back" recreation room. Brick veneer, wood posts, sid- Family Homes BWLIMNG PLANS * PLAN Btf/OKS ottDKit FottM Alton telegraph Plan Dent. FAMILY HoMlfiS 49<JO Alpha St., . Lansing, Mich. 1 want items checked: Design No. 8 .,,,,,..»,« ,,,.4 sets of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List ., * ,.,$28.75 ... .1 set of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List .... Family Homes Plan Book, postpaid ,75 Enclosed find $. for items checked, DESIGN 307 Hou» 1,0X8 Sq. Ft. 50,375 Cu.'Ft. «»••<*• ROOM ADDITIONS Complete Remodeling Guaranteed Workmanship Planning and Design Services ESTIMATES CAN HAM HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. "Let George Do It" HO 2-0386 m-r'fr • ¥U_li Li"'™' .1 Imiil i'J"~'ty .1 n| J KITCUIN | 7U *£T r ^ NAME ADDRESS CITY Zone ...... STATE. DoItYour&elt Workbench Out of Way as You Fold It Up Out of Use Jersey Unit 100 Has 20 New Teachers This Year ing trim and planter create an atmosphere of charm in the exterior of this home. This plan conforms to -general FHA, VA and Building -Code requirements. You can obtain building plans with specifications and material list — see order coupon. CAST ADOPTS A BOY NEW YORK (AP)—A 7-year- old boy who lives in southern Italy has been adopted by the cast of the Broadway musical, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum." The youngster, Salvatore Navarra-, is to get educational and other assistance under |the arrangement made through Foster Parents Plan Inc. WE SELL HEATING HAPPINESS Janitrol *^^ Comfort at a comfortable price is our specialty ! Jerseyville to Install Ne>v Fire Alarm System 11126 Milton Rd. Electric and Heating HO 3-9287 s insulated ! Aluminum Siding JERSEYVILLE - A new alarm system will be put into service in the near future by the Jerseyville Fire Department. The new system will become effective simultaneously with the conversion of the local telephone company to the dial system the morning of Sept. 8. It will then be necessary to dial 8-2141 to report a fire. This number will appear in three places in the new telephone directory, but Fire Chief Edward W e u 1 e has suggested that it may be wise to have the special number posted in a more conspicuous place in the dwelling or business place or to memorize it. In reporting a fire, Weule said that the caller should give his full name and address, and the type of fire, namely, building, vehicle, trash etc. It is important that the words North, East, West or South be used if they are part of the address. It is recommended that the person reporting the fire until the operator call has adequate down he address hold the line receiving the time to write and repeat it. The same procedure should be WITH BUILT-IN INSULATION NOW you can have your home beautifully resided with Lyf-Alum panels made from top quality ALUMINUM . . . and insulated at the same time in one easy "quick-as-a- wink" operation. Before you reside ... reconsider ... look into the plus advantages offered by Lyf-Alum Insulated aluminum clapboard siding. WARMER IN WINTER COOLER IN SUMMER DEADENS OUTSIDE NOISES ADDED RIGIDITY • Inivlellon besrd Ii Iflmlnoltd lo lyf-Alum • f«vt» en h*«!in|-«lr conditioning bilk 5 YEARS TO PAY! No Money Down! e Finish Attic e Add Room Partitions • Floor and Ceiling Tile Any Other Home Improvement* ZIMMER HOME IMPROVEMENT AND HARDWARE CO. 706 Milton Ph. HO 2-0576 followed by parties reporting a rural fire. In addition, the operator should be prepared to give the operator the best route to the fire. In giving this information, Chief Weule emphasized that the terms North, East, West and South should be used instead of right and left turns. He stresses •he importance of the caller waiting for a recheck with the opera:or before hanging up. A fire call may be reported torn any of the pay phones in ;he city without depositing a coin :f the number 8-2141 is dialed. Moving to Missouri JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Austin and children are moving to Louisiana, Mo., where VIr, Austin operates two stave mills. He was manager of t h e rliram Walker mills in Jerseyville until it closed. Mrs. Austin was honored by a group of friends Wednesday and was presented a farewell gift. Those present were Mrs. L. L. Anderson, Mrs. Lester McSchooler, Mrs. Herman Blackorby, Mrs. Harold Blackorby, Mrs. Dale Daugherty and Mrs. Neil Franklin. Returns to Texas Post JERSEYVILLE - M-Sgt. G. Grogan Cockrell returned Wed' nesday to his military duties in San Antonio, Tex., following a few days leave spent here with his mother, Mrs. George C. Cockrell. GUTTERS? All Work Guaranteed ALTON SHEET METAL 103 Central 462-0609 Bronaeeglow® Birch for Tomorrow's Kitchen TODAY! t Pvroblf JJqk«d »nom»l flnlih f|jai|nft*l painting for ytari • N« nail holti la ihow t flrtpropf ~ W»othtrpr«of «• •nd Mint proof JERSEYVILLE — The teaching staff for the schools of Community Unit 100 has been completed for the 1963-64 school year. There will be 20 new instructors in the unit. Four of the new teachers were employed the past week. Mrs. Margaret Lee Davis of Jersey- vine, who will teach second grade at East Elementary the first semester in place of Mrs. Jean Spaulding who has been granted a half year leave of absence. Mrs. Davis who was formerly Peggy Lawder of Jerseyville, took her degree at Earlham College, Richmond, Ind. John Wehrly Jr., of Kane a graduate of the University of Illinois, has been in the dairy business a number of years and held a dispersal sale Thursday. He will teach the fifth grade at Dow. Carl Crawford of Kane will teach fourth grade at East Elementary and assist with football at the Jersey Community High School. He received his bachelor of science degree in education thi: year from the University of Missouri at Columbia. James Scoggins of Alton, who has had six years teaching experience on the elementary level has been assigned to the third and fourth grades at Otterville He is a graduate of Shurtleff Col lege in Alton with a BS degree majoring in elementary cduca tion. Other new teachers ii: che uni 1 are: Jersey Community H i g h School, William 0. Shade of Carrollton, who will teach English in the vacancy occasioned by the death of Mrs. Victoria Hawlow; Fried Heyn of Kirksville, mathematics, succeeding Miss Mabe! Vance who resigned; Jerry Fort of Carrier Mills, sicence; Dale Huffer of Hillsboro, social science and Miss Margaret Drew of Mt Sterling, English. East Elementary, Doyle Donahoo of Enfield, succeeding Cam Grant as an eighth grade teach er and E. Richard Lentz of Donnelson, sixth grade room taugh> by Mrs. Rosalind R. Sinclair who is on a year's leave of absence West Elementary, Mrs. Martha Jean Parish, teaching third grade formerly taught by Carolyn L. Gibson who is on a year 1 leave of absence. In the attendance centers new teachers will include; Charles H Morgan of Colchester, filth ana sixth grades at Delhi; Perry Sherwin of HilMew, four uppei grades at Elsah; Mrs. Florence McDonald of Hardirt, second grade and Joyce Ann Helton o Eldred, sixth grade at Fieldon the latter succeeding Mrs. Leola Krueger; Mrs. Clara Bel of Batchtown, fourth grade a Grafton replacing Gary D, Hick erson transferred to Dow; Mis Ruth Wade, first and second grades at Otterville Hamilton Memorial School; David Cope of Jerseyville, vocal music, and Denzil Ford of Greenfield, science. Home From Barnes Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Miss Dorothy Meuth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Meuth of Jerseyville, returned Thursday from Barnes Hospital in St. Louis where she I underwent minor hip surgery. She will spend another week recuper ating at her home before resuming her duties in the office of tfie Jersey Community Hospital, OK Pastel* Fn* - No obligation INSTALLED IN ONE WEEK! •S&^W-'-.BS t*MB FISCHER LUMBER CO, ^Ii»tAIIW' You're not dreaming in this kitchen .... it's a dream come true! The subtle softness and rich charm of the beautiful BUQNZKGLOW IUHOH provide a warm "family" atmosphere. Let us show you how this kitchen will look in your home with our ISOMETRIC PLANNING SERVICE! We'll Do The Complete Job! NO DOWN PAYMENT 5 YEARS TO 1'AY ALTON BOTTLED GAS OODFRBr ROAD PHONI 4*6.3461 Woman Burned When Jar of Hot Juice Explodes JERSEYVILLE—Mrs. Harold Cox of Jerseyville suffered first nd second degree burns Thurs- lay evening at her home while making tomato juice, The jar broke and the hot juice inflicted burns on her abdomen," thigh and right hand. She was taken o the Jersey Community Hospital at 6:50 p.m. where she was reated and released. Donald Wcis, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weis Sr. of St. -ouis ' fractured his left arm Thursday morning while the 'amily was at a club house near Srafton. The chain of a swing n which the child was swinging Droke, causing him to fall and sustain the fracture. He was brought to the Jersey Gommunij ty Hospital where the arm was splinted and he was then moved to St. Louis. Allan Wahl, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wahl of Jerseyville was brought to the'Jersey Community Hospital at 9:45 p.m. Thursday for removal of a duck bone from his throat. He was treated and released. Mrs. Charles Roth of Jerseyville cut her head, on a metal casement window at her home Thursday evening. She was taken to'the hospital where the laceration was sutured. Spent Vacation in Canada JERSEYVILLE—Rev. and Mrs. VI. Edwards Breed and family have returned to their home here allowing a month's "Vacation in Canada. They visited Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and other places of interest, camping out during their trip. Rev. Breed was on vacation from his duties as By DOtfAttt It. BttANN When not in use, this 4 ft. by 6 ft. workbench ohly takes six and one half inches of floor space. Open it tip and you have « sturdy Workbench with a dozen handy features. Through an ingenious design, a vise, almost (our feet long runs across the entire front of the bench. This will accommodate big panels bf plywood and extra long lengths of lumber. The slotted top, a really novel feature, permits wedging panelboafd or lumber in position vertically when snw- ing or planing, It's easy to build this combination workbench and tool storage unit, ideally suited for boy's room, basement or garage, it's a real space saver besides providing a wonderful place to store and use tools. The big storage compartments and perfprat ed back permit storing tools within easy reach. Full size patterns and simplified step-by-step directions take all the mystery out of building this versatile workshop. With the addition of another panel of plywood, this workbench becomes a sewing table, train- board, potting bench, or the answer to almost- any other hobby need. By fastening the workbench top in a lower position, pattern shows how it can be used by children of varying ages. Send 50c for Foldaway Workbench, Pattern No. 576 to Alton Telegraph, P.O. Box 215, Briarcliff Manor, New York. Send 50c additional for new catalog illustrating 300 other build it yourself projects and home improvement books. Add 25c per pattern if you want special han- Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" "Add a Room for Less Than You Think" . mini UTTER*BROS. Lumber Yard ...COTTAGE HILLS '.IHIIHUIMIIIIKIIIHIIM MAGEE CARPET ARMSTRONG %3£ SHERWOOD'S Floor and Wall Covering 1110 Milton—HO 2-3608 dling. Copyright 1963, Donald R. Brann. Commandoes Caught CAPETOWN — Two men have been charged with fraud in South Africa after claiming to have drifted across the Atlantic, from Cuba on a raft and saying that they were the only survivors of a commando raid. MELBOURNE — Australia has developed a new water scheme. pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Need Some Paint, Nails., HARDWARE SUPPLIES? BETHALTO BUILDERS SUPPLY OPEN SUNDAY 9 ro 1 IP-Gas Value Comparison Check: Compare Your Present Gas With What You Get Now From Skelgast 1. FREE Equipment Lease 2. FREE Use of Cylinders 3. FREE Equipment Service 4. Regular Home Delivery 5. Assured Full Weight 6. Tested 3 Ways < so it doesn't "IK SAVE on ALUMINUM AWNINGS CALL HO 5-5588 RUSSELL Blind & Awning 911 Milton BETHALTO LUMBER CO., Inc. 'The Friendly Yard" We deliver on Saturday/ • Reefing • New Room • Guttering « siding • Insulation No Money Down LABOR CAN BE INCLUDED Garage Millwork Cabinets Pure, all-burning Skelgas makes, yow fwel dollar go farther. Make The Change Now During 5 Years To Pay -403 N. PRAIRIE, BETH ALTO Phone DU 4-9131—Evenings DU 4-3261 or DU 4-3571 You. can depend on genuine Skelgas to. give you full value for your money. Check the chart above, and you'll see why Skelgas is your best fuel buy. Change over, now during Skelgas "Switch and Save Days!" ^ Guaranteed 1. EQUIPMENT LEASE 2. USE OF CYLINDERS 3. EQUIPMENT SERVICE SM • K ' ftr pnulnf Skilias, the LP-fias that has earned the Good Housekeeping Seal. IM JONES, Inc. 911 MILTON ROAD Phone HO 2-2765 Atom Study Planned BAGHDAD — Sevela Iraq: students will go ^o Russia to study nuclear power techinques GOAL Call us now (or your summer fill up of OLD BEN COAL Take advantage of our reduced cash price), TRUCKERS Check our Iwailpn and our price*, We f elicit cqal bid*, HELMKAMP COAL W84 Alton I8M84V Your parents will DOTE..... \ . . . oh the fact you've made so many improvements on your home in such a short time ..... Maybe they haven't heard of home improvement loans with 5 years to repay? ome. Wit 'TJroe ood TemperalMiV' Corner ( Ftesa. I'hoiie HO 6*7781, Alton, 111.

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