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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING AT SLACK FURNITURE and APPLIflhCE CO, 203 W. Third St.—Dewntown Alton Long Terms—Many. Many Months t» Pay! • Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Hospital Notes St. Anthony's MEDICAL Ross Sherwood, Rte. 3, Godfrey Mrs. Georgia Birdsong, Rte. 1 Moro. Mrs. Maria Volger, Moro. Georgie Newell, 144 Illinois East Alton. Robert R. Baker, 55 W. Pen ning, Wood River. Kathleen Moore, 107 S. Sixih Wood River. Mrs. Mildred Pointer, Piasa. Mrs. Mary Panepinta, 211 Allen DISMISSALS Carl Bracht, 434 K. Fourth. Thomas Callahan, Grafton. Mrs. Stella Smith, Edwardsville Charles Irvin, East Alton. Mrs. Mildred Geiben, 2734 Sanford Mrs. Dorothy Hockett, East Alton Mrs. Elizabeth Langen, 2634 Wa talee. Mrs. Margaret Hock, 26 Sixth. Mrs. Luelia Gallup, 1023 W. 9th. Mrs. Virginia Luly, Lincoln. OPEN TONITE 'TIL 9 SEARS HUKHUCK AND co i •A OFF Regular 2.99 Boy's Tailored Slacks 4 DAYS ONLY 1 99 Sizes 2-6X Premiumweighi textured cotton is San- forized Plus. Elastic back waist and shirt gripping bands. Sizes 2 to 6x. No Money Down At Sears <•© ' 1.79 Boy's Knit Shirt Short sleeve cotton knit shirts stand up under hard wear and many washings. Sizes 2-GX.. 1 19 Sizes 00-00 555 Sheets of Paper 3 or 5 Hole 8 O O Only at Sears this giant pack. 3 or 5 holes to fit all sizes of notebooks and binders. Wide-ruled with margins. Assorted School Bags *»aa Regular $2.80... A Webster's Dictionary tltf° Craig Perry, 2419 Elizabeth. Mrs. Virginia Ragusa, 213 Dorris Mrs. Maud Arnold, Wood River. Wm Borchwardt, Edwardsville. Misses Charlotte and Irma Jones, 1128 Hampton. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Lewis Anthrobus, East Alton. Lavern Kennedy, 2115 College. Mrs. Anna Rudolph, 3204 Brown Eldon Baker, Brighton. Miss Celia Sinclair, Jerseyville Norman Wells, Edwardsville. Miss Roma Van Fossen, 4120 Alby Mrs. Donna Bond, Bethalto. Alfred Healy, 2301 Crawford. Mrs. Kathryn Nixon, 930 Hawley James Perry, 2321 Clark. Mrs. Mardelle Harvey, Piasa. Mrs. Eileene Davis, 1007 Fourth Wendell Sitze, 2417 Valley. Mary Durham, Cottage Hills. Glenn Gifford, 604 E. 15th. Mrs. Dell Feldman, 2118 Humbert Lewis Hale, 2612 Yaeger. Bob Lewis, 2421 La Salle. Hubert Devine, Brussels. James Phillis, East Alton. Mrs. Vera Price, Roxana. Edward Goeble, Dorsey. Mrs. Beatrice Fuller, Cottage Hills. SURGICAL Eugene Swanson, Godfrey. Clarence Reader, Bethalto. Herbert Griesemer, Jerseyville. VIrs. Stella Simpson, Alton. Jacqueline Gregor, Godfrey. Don Miller, Godfrey. <alhryn Showmake, Godfrey. Mrs. Mary Cosby, Cottage Hills. " isa Ann Witt, Jerseyville. VIrs. Flora Hedge, Bethalto. Uynthia Astroth, Godfrey. VIrs. Mabel Wininger, 3404 Agnes. Mrs. Marjorie Thomas, Jerseyville. Richard Lee, 325 E. Third. Richard Duval, 602 Forest. ,onnie Grandia, Godfrey. Mrs. Julia Arbuthnot, 2205 Johnson. DISMISSALS Mrs. Connie Clark, Godfrey. Mrs. Alberta Williams, Wood River. Mrs. Carol Light, 1806 Crest Dr. Mrs. Sherian Wallace, Bethalto. Mrs. Georgene Hays, 302 Charlene Mrs. Lenora File, South Roxana. Mrs. Earline DeMuth, 217 Rodemeyer. Floyd Huffstutler, 904 Wallace. Ralph Kober, 2713 Edwards. Robert Stein, Dorsey. Mrs. Mary White, Bethalto. Mrs. Floreine Armes, Roxana. Mrs. Bessie Fox, Godfrey. Mrs. Marcella Schrimpf, 2209 Krug. Lewis Hale, 2612 Yaeger. Miss Judy Sittin, Wood River. Mrs. Peggie Allen, 107 W. Elm. Miss Suzette Kaulen, Godfrey. Mrs. Marilyn Wallace, Godfrey. Mrs. Mary Kirksey, Wood River. Mrs. Nancy Cairns, Godfrey. Mrs. Mabel Rippley, 715 Euclid. Mrs. Julia Arbuthnot, 2205 Johnson. Connie Morse, Moro. Jay Springman, 429 Belleview. Mark Mundy, Alton. Joseph Herndon, 2905 Buena Vista Timothy Monroe, 311 Allen. Raymond Porter, Hartford. Christopher Barbary, 2413 Henderson. Leslie Flautt, Jerseyville. Harold Sherer, Cottage Hills. John Caperton, Godfrey. Clarence.Laughlin, East Alton. Everett Short, Jerseyville. Vernon Plettner, 3835 Oscar. Harry Anderson, 3005 Edgewood. Mrs. Virginia Ucthman, 610 Milton Road. Oscar Patterson, 1110 Pearl. Mrs. Odella Cato, Moro. John Ewing, East Alton. Charles Woolsey, East Alton. Charles Green, 128 Curvey. Dennis Hicks, 3802 College. John Mohler, 1809 Clawson. Mrs. Alice Thompson, Wood River. Mrs. Evon Doty, East Alton. Edward Parkes, Godfrey. Henry Jacobs, West Alton, Mo. Joseph Marz, Belair, Texas. Kathryn Shewmake, Godfrey. L,isa Ann Witt, Jerseyville. Mrs. Shirley Stone, East Alton. Mrs. Helen Olive. 3614 Horn. Mrs. May Coi'ken, Jerseyville. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Ida Jackson, Jerseyville. Mrs. Edwin Meyer, Brussels. Mrs. Donald Green, Shipman. DISMISSALS Mrs. Johnny Summers, Carlinville. Lester McCormick, Godfrey. William Foster, Kane. Btt Aluminum-Back Binder IlCRUllU B8C .... Oil Aluminum Frame Bag Regular 4.40 ... Canvas Binder Regular 47o .... tf tP Pencil Riot Only .......... tf for v St. Joseph's MEDICAL Carl N. Raber, 175 St. Louis Ave., East Alton. Mrs. Helen Carter, 2511 Main. Miss Michelle Pope, 924 Market. Herbert demons, 3055 Paul. Neill Proffer, 212 Cherry. Miss Ruth Baker, 863 Washington Herbert Nelson, 1008 Wescott. Robert Hotaling, Kingston, N.Y. Ralph Myers, 540 S. Pence, East Alton. Carl M. Ewen, 100 Victory, East Alton. James Dean, Godfrey. Orville Mize, 3204 Edgewood. Clarence Brumfield, 3112 Paul. Mrs. Mary Schneider, 2239 Gesche Paul Stolze, Edwardsville. Mrs. Ann Siemer, 925 Pearl. Fred Foster, Grafton. William Robiason, 3707 Horn. Samuel Love, 1809 Belle. Charles Bryant, 1201 Willard. Kevin Proffer, 212 Cherry. Mrs. Fay Gray, 109 Central, Wood River. Mrs. Stella Baker, 2200 Salu. SURGICAL Monta Williams, 1121 E. Seventh. Miss Lora Stuart. 944 Ferguson. Mrs. Theresa Northcutt, Jersey- vine. Richard Coolbaugh, Edwardsville Mrs. Adeline Tutt, 219 Allen. Mrs. Dorothy Hawk, Cottage Hills Clarence Davenport, Godfrey. Mrs. Florence Ohm, Edwardsville Mrs. Mary Voracck, 206 Carolina James Sentenne, 301 Hollywood DISMISSALS Mrs. Nellie Chappell, 623 Broadway. Charles Deak, Edwardsville. Keith Edwards, 3123 Paul. Leo Fitzgerald, 319 E. Fourth. Mrs. Josephine Gregory, 2003 Clawson. Mrs. Jean Ambrose, East Alton. Fred Hentrich, 1214 Armstrong. Mrs. Lois Bryant, Godfrey. Mrs. Patty Hubbard, Brighton. Mrs. Mildred Jones, 1504 E. 4th. Miss Denice Jun, Godfrey. Vincent Lehr, Batchtown. Mrs. Alia McCaule, East Alton. Mrs. Esther McGhee, 1905 Main. Mrs. Betty Mugge, 615 Oak. James Myers, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Judy Plummer, East Alton. Mrs. Blanche Rulo, Grafton. Chauncey Vaughn, 6 Sullivan. Leroy Watson, 1209 Hampton. Mrs. Carol White, Wood River. Denice Cummings, Jerseyville. Frank Matthews, 3030 Alby. John Barnhouse, 1414 Alby. James Brown, Chautauqua. Mrs. Marylee Gates, Wood River. Herbert Dyer, 2803 Residence. Mrs. Anna Baker, Wood River. Mrs. Betty Emmons, 1223 Main. VIrs. Gcraldine Gaines, 501 Ninth. Dennis Grubaugh, Edwardsville. Charles Martin, 2110 State. Mrs. Marolyn Miner, Wood River. Alonzo Newton, 3317 Badley. Mrs. Jane Ory, Wood River, Lee Riley. 223 Hamilton. VIrs. Peggy Smith, Godfrey. VIrs. Roberta Smith, 1915 Esther. VIrs. Grace Warnecke, Moro. VIrs. Mildred Ward, Edwardsville VIrs. Marquerite Henson, E. Alton Billy Higgins, Bunker Hill. VIrs. Patricia Breen, East Alton. VIrs. Erma Stilwell, Wood River. Brian Blakely, Edwardsville. Vliss Vickie Abel, 212 Marshall. Vliss Sandra- Burns, Grafton. VIrs. Josie Burford, 616 Semple. VIrs. Mary Cook, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Judy Ford, 500 Main. Mrs. Rita Haig, 2513 Alfaretta. VIrs. Helen Hickey, East Alton- Pony Jansen, Edwardsville. VIrs. Theonia Lafikes, Godfrey. Ralph Luken, Godfrey. Mrs. Charlotte Lyons, 7615 Humbert. VTrs. Josephine McPherson, Granite City. Miss Mable Nichols, 731 Market. Mrs. Lula Moon, 3101 Hillcrest. VIrs. Margaret Raich, Roxana. Mrs. Carrie Raglin, 3116 Belle. VIrs. Ann Reiter, Edwardsville. Loren Rhodes, East Alton. Leo Rippley, 2722 Hillcrest. Mrs. Shirley Stidham, 3864 Horn. Mrs. Karen Ward, 797 Park Dr. Mrs. Rita Weiss, East Alton. Robert Williams, 2510 Church. Wood River Township MEDICAL Charles W. Sinks, Rte. 1, Alton. Mrs. Sharon Depper, 284 Twelfth. Mark McQuiggan, Rte: 1, East Alton. John Epperheimer, Rte. 1, Alton. Steven Baysden, 608 George. Mrs. Onia Damron, 416 Job, East Alton. Lloyd Maynard, 409 McCasland, East Alton. James Cherry, Cottage Hills. SURGICAL Sharon Kay Foster, 757 Birch, East Alton. Mrs. Aleene Grady, 762 Condit. David B. Voiles, 627 Cherry, East Alton. Mrs. Georgia Dawson, 309 Monroe, East Alton. Shirley Porter, Rte. 1, Alton. Miss Martha Turpin, 220 Elble. Leonard Smith, Hartford. DISMISSALS Mrs. Katherine Sevier, 2505 Ida. Mrs. Maude Jones, Hartford. Mrs. Frances Tweedy, 455 Whitelaw. Thomas Schilling, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Marguerite Janke, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Vickie Johnson, 570 Park. Mrs. Barbara Schoelen, Hartford Susan Ann Nolan, Hartford. Mrs. Violet Downey, East Alton. Mrs. Frances Curry, East Alton. Stanley Harvatich, 457 State Aid Mrs. Esther Noascono, Hartford Russell Milazzo, Rte. 1, E. Alton Danny Whitehead, 2809 North. Rooert Ball, Roxana. Pamela Vaughn, South Roxana. William Stevens, Foxworth, Miss. John Quinn, St. Louis. Granvel Edmiaston, Cottage Hills Mrs. Esther Reagan, 749 George. Albert Short, East Alton. Mrs. Margaret Newcomb, Cottage ' Hills. James McGeehon, St. Louis. Mrs. Ruth McNeil, 312 Park. George Collins, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Ruth and Charles Sanders, 315 Second. Harold Martin, Cottage Hills. J. H. Cunningham, Edwardsville Mrs. Maxine Curtis, Rte. 1, East Alton. Mrs. Alma Morris, Hartford. Kenneth Mitchell, 88 Eckhard. Mrs. Blanche Buttry, East Alton Terry Tumelson, East Alton. Honors and awards have been going to Telegraph area men in he services. The list includes \vo who were selected "Soldier of the Month." PFC Roy E. StUlwrll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Stillwell, 2515 Donald St., Alton, was selected "Soldier of the Month" for August at Fort Monroe, Va., where he is a baritone horn player with the 50th Army Band. He also plays the piano, organ, and cello, and is a 1962 Master of Arts graduate of the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, N. Y. Spec. 4 Richard (Buck) Miller, stationed in South Viet Nam with the 611th Transportation Company was selected "Soldier of the Month" at Vung Tau Airfield. He is the son of Mrs. Stella Miller of Wrights. Army PFC Kenneth D. Proctor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Proctor, 1022 S. Broad St., larlinville, was an August re- ipient of a safe driver award at Fort Bliss, Tex. Several other area men are recent graduates of training schools and technical courses n the armed services. Two men have completed :ourses at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, Penn. They are: Ronald L. Isaacs, aviation fire control :echnician 3. C., from the avia- :ion electronics intermediate school, and Marine Private Robert J. Boehle, from the aviation familiarization school, liaacs is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Isaacs of Roxana; Joehle is the son of Mr. and VIrs. Joseph Boehle of 817 Walnut Drive, Cottage Hills. Second Lieutenant Peter C. McAdanis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. McAdams of 1801 eminary Ave., Alton, was named a distinguished graduate )f the U.S. Air Force weapons controller course at Tyndall AFB, Fla. Army Pvt. Ray A. Yount of Edwardsville, completed ad- anced cannoneer at the artillery and missile center, Fort ill, Okla. Marine Pvt. Larry W. Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I. Schneider of 632 Broadway, test Alton, completed four .veeks of combat training at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Airman Harry D. Ashcraft, ;on of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ashcraft of Bunker Hill, completed training as a U.S. Air r orce missile mechanic at Lack- and AFB, Tex. He is being reassigned to Chanute AFB, 111. Airman 3. C. Donald B. Green- Chop at Seara and Sav» fktbfootiou Guaranteed o* Your Money Bccfc SOB Piasa, Alton Phone HO 5-5511 ONOTON HEARING AID CENTER If you can hear but don't understand, Sonotone would like to help you. Whether you wear a hearing aid or not, let us give you a free audiometric hearing analysis in the privacy of our office or your home. LEARN ABOUT OUR NEW HEARING AIDS • Latest All-in-Ear • Smart Eyeglass Models • Midget Behind-Ear Models • 6-Transistor Model* for Difficult Losses t Easy Listening with AVC Our new models are the smallest, lightest, most convenient hearing aids possible through Sonotone research. Let us help you enjoy good hearing again. Budget prices, too. THE TRUSTED NAME IN BETTER HEARING FOR 33 YEARS JOHN LEANDER SONOTONE 661 E. Broadway OF ALTON i'lione HO 2-6720 Servicemen Honored In the Military wood completed training as a refrigeration specialist at Sheppard AFB, Tex. HP is being reassigned to Dyess AFB, Tex. One area man is being reassigned for training at the hospital where he was born. Navy reservist Oforgn Naylor, son of Mrs. Richard Naylor, 3305 Mayfield Ave. will undergo six months of training at the Balboa Navy Hospital in San Diego, where he was born 18 years ago. Among area men who recently participated in the armed forces exercise Swift strike III in Georgia and North and South Carolina • were Army 2nd Lt. Stephen H. Srluu-fi-r, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Schaefer of 3117 Ray Ave., Alton, and Army Cpl. Raymond W. Curd, son of Mrs. Irma Brown of Brighton. One area man has recently received a promotion. He is Robert D. Rose of Cottage Hills, son oi Mrs. Virginia Rose, 171 S. Oak St., promoted lo airman third class. Spotlighting other Telegraph area men in the armed forces around the world, .Jerry D. Kennedy, radarman 2. C. USN, of Roxana, is serving aboard the destroyer USS Cone with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. Navy seaman Donald F. Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson of 3810 Western Ave. is serving aboard the USS Little Rock with the Seventh Fleet in the Mediterranean. CarroIIton Golden Fellowship to Meet CARROLLTON — Members of the Golden Fellowship group of the Methodist Church will be entertained Friday at the home of Mrs. Paul Hartwick from 2 to 4 p.m. Auxiliary to Meet At South Roxana SOUTH ROXANA — The Fireman's Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the fire house. Hostesses will be Mrs. Marie Yount and Mrs. Barbara Summers. J & A Springman HAS JACUZZI PUMPS AND WATER SYSTEMS Godfrey, III. Pl>. 468.3431 SEARS s V,a\\ \ «'* " What make-up shall I wear? "tt Teens .. . Come in and Learn these Beauty Secrets at Sears Charm School for Girls 13 through Teens Ten-Lesson Course Includes Expert Instruction on • Make-up • Hair Care • Figure Control Each lesson lasts 1 hour. Complete course costs only • Fashion Modeling • Wardrobe • Walking 10 Classes Begin Week of Sept. 9th REGISTER NOW Visit or phone the Personnel Department of any store listed below for further information and registration. Classes will be limited in size, so act quickly. Course May Be Added To Your Sears Revolving Charge Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back Shop at Sears T? A"D 309 Piasa Altoll) IU . and Save Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I - NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 As civil rights demonstrators poured into Washington, D.C. last week, Congress hastened its attempts to prevent a-violence in the capital city b-a railroad strike c-a revolution in South Viet Nam t The new Washington-Moscow begins operation this week, a-commercial airline b-test ban treaty c- 4 'hot-line" communications system, 3 Sidney W. Bishop has been acting as ..... since August 9th, awaiting President Kennedy's appointment for this Cabinet post. a-Treasury Secretary b- Postmaster General c-Commerce Secretary 4 Premier Levi Eshkol warned that would take steps to defend itself if the United Nations fails to bring peace to the area. a-Israel b-Laos c-South Africa 5 Small businessmen and newspapers were pleased when a House Committee last week advised that legal. a-trading stamps are b-remaining open on Sunday is c-joint advertising is PART II - WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1-secular a-hard-working 2-dissident 3-vigil ant 4-segregate 5-sedulous b-separate from others c-disagreeing d-watchful e-worldly, not religious PART III - NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 6 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1-Stewart L. Udall 2-David Fellin 3-Harry S. Truman a-He fully supports nuclear test ban treaty. b-director of civil rights march c-Interior Secretary tours East Africa. 4-Dwlght D, Eisenhower d-one oi rescued miners 8-A. Philip Randolph e-gave qualified support for nuclear test ban treaty VEC, he.. 1, Wlwomln Alton Evening Telegraph Match word clues with their corresponding pictures or symbols. 10 points for each correct answer. a believes United Nations is stronger b .....Norway ended 28 years of Socialist rule. LITTLE JOE 11 o .....seatbelts -standard equipment beginning Jan. 1 C-141 STARLIFER d 100th anniversary e to be used by a record high of 51.5 million f .....largest noncommunist trader with Cuba g in border dispute with Israel h our biggest military transport plane 1 alarmed about House cut in U.S. aid funds J ,.,.,escape rocket for Apollo space capsule ^\J £* -j^j-ir JAPAN 10 HOW DO YOU RATE? (Scor* Each Sldt of Quiz Separably) 91 to 100 point* - TOP SCORE! 81 to 90 point* - Excellent. 71 to 80 polnh - Good. 61 to 70 point* - Fair. 60 or Under???-HW Thlt Quiz U pert of HM Educational Program which Thli . . fumlthei to School* In thli area lo Stimulate Inter*** In National and World Affair* a* an aid to Developing Good Cltlawmhlp. STUDENTS ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAOi

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