Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 4, 1963 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 4, 1963
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PAGE TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1963 1,596 Students Enrolled In District 13 Schools EAST ALTON — A total of 1,596 students are enrolled in tho East Alton School Disfrict 13. This is a decpraso of 20 from last year. However, Jerry Podesva, Superintendent of District 13 said en roUment should reach last year's level when vacationing families return. Enrollment totals with last year's totals in parenthesis are: kindergarten 195 (221); second grade 233 (201); third grade 186 (176); fourth grade 160 (194); and fifth grade 188 (166). Podesva said that an extra first grade will he formed at Lincoln and that some Washington first graders will be asked to transfer to the new class. Miss Marcella Finkes Honored at Elsah ELSAH — Miss Marcella Finkes, who is engaged to be married Sept. 14 to Jerry Lane, was honored at a shower Sunday at Elsah Recreation Hall. Hostesses were Miss Carolyn and Judy Lane, Mrs. Lois Dchoene and Mrs. Albert Lane. New Teacher ELSAH — Terry Sherwin of Hillsdale, 111., is a new teacher at Elsah School. He plans to move to Elsah. Home on Leave ELSAH — Garth Hamilton, who is serving in the Canadian Navy, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hamilton. Jobs Begging BONN — There are more jobs unfilled than there are unemployed persons in Germany. Edrliiigton Reunion Held at Shiptnan SHIPMAN—The Eddington family reunion was staged Sunday at the Shipman Community Park. Ninety-five were present. Robert Eddington of Wild was eleeted president and Mrs. Elmer Eddington of Wilt was elected secretary and treasurer. Greenfield GREENFIELD — Mrs. Eleanorr MilcliplI has rrltirnrd home after spending several days with nor brother-in-law ;ind sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sousley, in Webster Groves. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Meng and family of Niles, Mich., have been spending their vacation with his mother, Mrs. Fred MetiR. Charles Hall of St. Louis spent Friday and Saturday with bis sisters. Mrs. Ruby Harrington East Alton Job Bidders Give Village More Time and Miss Lucille Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Keith and children visited with relatives in Wilton Junction, Iowa, during the holiday weekend. EAST ALTON.—Successful bidders for contracts to erect a sewage disposal plant have agreed to bold their bids open until another bond issue vote can be staged. A 60-day extension was agreed on at a meeting of the Village Board Tuesday night in order to provide the village more time to raise money for the iob. Sanson „„ Harrison Eddington of Witt was! Mrs. Julian Entrokin and sons the oldest man present; Mrs. Myrtle Myers of Brighton was the oldest woman there and the three- months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Eddington of Brighton was the youngest present. The next runion will be held the fourth Sunday of August in 19(11 at Wilt. Slilpnmn Notes SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skaggs and Tom arrived home Sunday from Nashville, Tenn., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Littlejohn and daughter Patricia. Miss Joy Shultz of Chicago and Dan Schoeberle of Brookfield spent from Friday to Monday with the letters mother and sister, Mrs. Nora Schoeberle and Margeurite. Kristen and Kevin have return- Saturday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schoeberle and daughters of Florrisant, Mo. Pvt. and Mrs. Larry Crees of Jerseyville and Mrs. John Reno and sons of Piasa spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jaynes. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Young of Wood River visited friends in Shipman Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Flynn and family of St. Louis have been guests of the Jay Alward family. Miss Carrie Waggoner of God- of Houston, Tex., have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Entrekin and sons of Houston, Mrs. Julian Entrekin and sons of Houston, Tex., have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Entrekin. Mrs. Entrekin also visited with her mother, Mrs. Jesse Wilhite of East Alton. Byron Hill Jr. and daughter, Janet, left Monday for Durango, Colo., where Janet Ims enrolled as a freshman at Fort Lewis A. and M. College. Hill will spend several days on business Farmington, N. M., before turning home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dewey have returned home from a vacation trip to Amarillo, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nell and If it was agreed, the bids will be invalid. An election to pass on a $150,000 bond issue is set for Sept. 12. The village recently passed a $697,000 general obligation bond issue to construct the plant. However, when bids were opened, the lowest combination totaled $693,434.69 and this left no money for buying the site or for paying engineer or legal fees. He Defends Load EDINBURGH - A Scot motorist says he will go to the highest court to defend his right to carry nine passengers in his compact in automobile. re- ed home following a vacation trip to Michigan and Canada. Miss Cheri Hendrix of Highland, who has been employed to teach high school social studies, has moved into the Nile Smith frey visited Sunday and Monday in the H. R. French home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dugan of Carlinville and Mr. ar$l Mrs. Fred Howerton Jr. and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howerton. apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Don Reynolds, who have been residing in the Smith apartment, have moved into their new home. Nursery School Organized at Rosewood Hgts. Hartford League Honors Team HARTFORD - The local Civic League which sponsored the Hornets baseball team in the Khoury League this season had a picnic for team members and their families at Mounds Park near Collinsville. Dick Blackard served as manager of the team and Harold Linders and Harold Settles served as coaches. ROSEWOOD Heights — Class-1 Members of the ball team were: es for the tiny tots of the cooperative nursery school will be held each Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in St. Paul's Methodist Church starting Tuesday, it was announced today. Mrs. Ted Porter Jr. is serving as director of the school. Officers elected for the school year include: Mrs. William Pullen, secretary; Mrs. Harold Carr, treasurer; and Mrs. Robert Hartwig, publicity. Plans for the daily program of class work which will include pre - school music and various art media, was discussed at a meeting of mothers in the home of Mrs. Lloyd Chambers Tuesday. The third Monday of each month was scheduled as the regular meeting date of the Mother's Club. Bob Linders, Lonnie Moore, Ken Zumwalt, Blackard, Jim Jack Barry, Bruce Foley, Richard Feyerband, Mike Fennewald, Mike Calvert, Bradley Knight, Joe Sitzes, Billy Fewell, Cliff Jerman, Harold Settles Jr., and Larry Hinthorne. I'aper Drive HARTFORD — Cubmaster Ben Thornbough of Pack 29 has announced that the pack will sponsor a paper drive Saturday morning. Hartford Notes HARTFORD — Mrs. Raymond Ferguson and sons, Greg and Raymond, of W. Maple street have returned home from a week at Pekin, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Zagar returned home Monday night after spending the Labor Day weekend with Zagar's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zagar Jr., in Galesburg. Havelka Gets Asphalt Work at East Alton EDWARDSVILLE — A low bid from the Havelka Co., Inc., of East Alton for asphalt and crushed limestone, together with a bid for bituminous patching material from MaClair Asphalt So. of East St. Louis, were accepted by the city council Tuesday. The East Alton firm submitted a price of 17 cents per gallon to supply and spread 15,000 gallons of asphalt on non-arterial streets. Reese Construction Co. of 929 Missouri Ave., East St. Louis, was unsuccessful bidder at a price of 17.4 cents per gallon for the 15,000 gallons of asphalt road material. A second bid from the Havelka Co. to furnish and spread 750 tons of three-eight crushed stone at $5.50 per ton was accepted by the council. Reese Construction Co. offered a bid of $5.63 per ton, 13 cents higher that the Havelka's Company's low bid. MaClair Asphalt Co., 6303 Collinsville Rd. East St. Louis, was successful bidder for a contract to of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seehausen of E. First street, has returned to her studies at St. John's College in Winfiekl, Kan., where she is a furnish the city with 150 tons of bituminous patching material at $8.50 per ton. Bit-U-Mix, Inc., also of East St. Louis, offered a similar bid of $8.50 per ton for the patching material. The council voted to accept the bid of the MaClair Company. Theodore "Ted" Kramer served as agent for the Reese Construction Co., who were unsuccessful in their bid on the asphalt and crushed stone. Kramer also served as agent for Bit-U-Mix, Inc. of East St. Louis, who were unsuccessful on, their bid for a contract with the city on the bituminous patching material. Finis P. Ernest, Jr. is listed as president of the Reese Const. Co. and Finis P. Ernest, III is vice- president of the firm, according to the 1961-62 service directory and buyers guide of the associated general contractors of Illinois. The Ernest name is also listed in the directory as officals of other firms engaged in road oiling and asphalt surfacing projects. Finis P. Ernest Jr. is listed in the directory as president of Bi- tuminious Fuel and Oil Co. of East St. Louis and treasurer of Midwest Blacktop Roads, lie., both St. Bernard?* Assn. Meet Sept. 10 WOOD RIVER — A review of the Aims and purpose of the organization by A. W. Frazter, president, will highlight the first meeting of St. Bernard's Home and School Assn. at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in St. Bernard's School hall. The proposed budget and changes in the by-laws will be submitted for consideration by the general membership. , A "get acquainted" hour will conclude the meeting. listed at 920 Missouri Ave. in East St. Louis. Finis P. Ernest, III is listed as president of Midwest and vice- prcsident of Bituminous. WHATEVER YOU DO ... to do your bast ... use 101 W. BROADWA* DOWNTOWN ALTON Carol Seehausen, daughter Read Telegraph Want Ad MORE PEOPLE SHOPPING SALE STARTS SEPTEMBER 4TH WOOL SWEATERS with cotton suede patches ...completely washable Sale 4.84 GINGER LANE CORDUROY SETS FOR GIRLS Grants Own Brand Sale 3.37 Cotton pinwale corduroy slacks; 4 different shirt styles. Sanforized woven gingham or broadcloth. Attractive colors, trims. Sizes 7-14. REGULARLY 5.99 Classic cardigan with patches and front trim in contrasting or matching color. Hand washable, easily blocked to original size. Bone beige with brown; medium grey with charcoal; bright colors. Misses' 34 to 40. COLOR COORDINATES Jacquard Orion® cardigans with pleated 100% wool skirts Sale *9 2-pc, set REGULARLY 10.99 Orion acrylic sweater, washable, quick-dry. Knife pleated skirt. Misses' sizes 8 to 16. LITTLE BOYS 1 GRANTOGS SPORT SHIRTS... Grants Own Brand Sale 1.27 regularly 179 Stripei, plaids, piinto. Cotton broadcloth or flannel. Button-down or •pread collar. Sizes 3-7. ARMOUR STAR FANCY BREAKFAST BACON WHOLE OR HALF SLAB 39 C Lb. Better, Leaner Quick Carv—Gourmet—Buffet—E-Z Cut IGA Tablerite—Boston Butt GROUND BEEF , . 2 89c BONELESS HAMS...H W r 7; 89< BONELESS PORK ROAST.. 59c Boneless MEN'S PENNLEIGH® POLISHED COTTON SLACKS Grants Own Brand Sale 3.33 REGUlAftlY 3.99 New low price on these pleatless, trimly tapered slacks. Washable, sanforized.' Men's 29-38. BOYS' 100% COTTON HOODED SWEATSHIRTS Sale 1.64 REGULARLY 1.99 Warm and washable. Fleece-like cotton lining. Muff pockets. 5 colors. Sues 6 to 16. "Charge-It",.,No money down...30 day* or months to pay EASTGATE PLAZA OPEN 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. ROUND STEAKS .... 89c Krey's Delicious Boneless CORNED PORK BUTTS... 59c FLEISCHMANN MARGARINE . HUNTER-KREY SKINLESS WIENERS, BKAUNSCHWEIGER, >f QA LRG. BOLOGNA, PICKLE & PIMENTO LOAF, Ib. t+Flr Fully Cooked—Center Cut SLICED HAM FRESH BREADED CATFISH OR COD STEAKS 12 Oz. Pkgs. 89c ROCK CORNISH HENS, 2^75' IGA TABLERITE BUTTER Cburmiii Brooks' BATHROOM TISSUE KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP 39« 12 Rolls 89° CATSUP . . 2 'if- 29« NESTEA INSTANT TEA lOc OFF VA Oi. NESTEA INSTANT TEA 25e OFF 3 Oz. 89c 69c- 69' 69c Kraft Sliced SWISS CHEESE.. 8 Oz. 33' IGA INSTANT COFFEE . . . . ..e.m.«»N> Libby Jil—Creamy Or Crunehy MANHATTAN COFFEE... 57c TOMflTO JUICE 46 Oz. $ 1 00 Cam 1 Alphabet, Vegetable, Beef Noodle, Chicken Noodle with Meat Lipton 1201 39° LIPTON SOUPS . . . 35c CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP... 29c 20 Oi. $ * 00 PEANUT BUTTER . . *. IGA CRACKERS . . . . 19c Parsons'Sudsy AMMONIA 27c IGA BREAD . . . SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES Devil's Food—White—Yellow 2 for 49' REDEEM YOUR PROCTER AND GAMBLE COUPONS AT IGA Curtiss Marshmallows, 10 ox., or Curriss Miniature Marshmailows, 7 oz. CHEER Giant Size . Giant Size IGA Solid White TUNA . * 19' 2 6'/a Ox. JQ e Cans TV 69' 69' BROWN 'N SERVE ROLLS 29c I'ure—Sweot IGA—Drink SWEETENER . . . 89c GRAPE JUICE.. US- 69« IGA TABLE FRESH FOODS VINE RIPENED CALIFORNIA HONEY DEW MELONS 49° Jumbo 5 Size Each Wonderful creamy honey-sweet fluv- or. Serve with a touch of fresh lemon or lime juice. Fresh California RIBIER GRAPES .... 2- 39c Luscious large clusters of sweet juicy jet-black berries! Fresli Colorado Large, crisp, solid heads ICEBERG LETTUCE . £ 2> 29c Fresh Michigan Large 36 size PASCAL CELERY .... 2' 25c Fresh Golden 1 Ib. cello bag IGA CARROTS 2< 26c Fresh Homegrown EGG PLANT 2> 19c IGA FRESH FROZEN FOODS SIMPLE SIMON FRUIT PIES JOHN'S PIZZA Chette IGA COUPON 3pV89' THIS COUPON WORTH 25 C Toward the purchase of the 6-otmce §ize PURE SWEET| SWEETENER. Limit one coupon per family. Void after Sat., Sept. 7, 1963 IGA Bethalto IGA Super Market 126 S. Prairie Bethalto 8 AM. to 6 P.M. Dally Except Friday Open 'Til 8:00 P.M. STAHL'S IGA Market Foiterburg Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. Dally CAMPBELL'S IGA Market 514 N, Delmar Hartford Open 6 ISO A.M. to 5180 P.M. Dally CHARLIE'S IGA Market 301 Slnolilr So. Roxina Store Hount 1 AM. to 6P.M, Dally 6th ST. SUPER IGA Market 6 So. 6th St, Wood River Store Hourii 8 to 0 Dally Except Tbure. ana Fri. Open to 7 P.M. We Retorve tho Right To limit

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