Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 5, 1963
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,1963 NATHAN MARCUS - Eastgate Plaza NATHAN MARCUS - Eastgato Plaza NEW DEPARTMENT A Factory Representative will be here for our exclusive Showing Friday and Saturday Free Monogram On All Furs! TWO DAY SHOWING FRIDAY & SATURDAY MINK ST Lay-Away Revolving Charge Regular Charge An extraordinary collection of Natural Mink stoles at a fantastic price of only 199.00. Furs, Nathan Marcus, Eastgate Plaza. Plus Tax Other Fabulous Mink Values 29900 39900 49900 59900 39900 At Sensational Prices! Outstanding collection of Natural Let-Out Mink Stoles Natural Let-Out Mink Stoles, with Double Fur Collars Natural Let-Out Mink Stoles *Autumn Haie, Dawn, Cerulean, Tourmaline, Ranch Dawn Beautiful collection of Natural Mink Jackets, for those who prefer the finest Selection of Natural Mink Bubble Capes Dyed Sheared Muskrat Jackets with Natural Mink Trim. . Natural Spotted Cat Jackets, the latest word in true fashion Black Dyed Broadtail Jackets with Natural Mink Collars . . Black - Dyed Persian Lamb Jackets with Natural Mink Collars 299 00 Special Feature! Dyed Squirrel Capes and Stoles 29900 39900 9900 All prloet plu* tax *Trad*mork American Mink Breeders Association, Fur Product* labtled te show country of origin of Imported fun •f * By STEVE COU8LEY Telegraph Staff Writer The American influence has spread so rapidly throughout the world that it is no longer easy .0 get the proper "shock" response from visiting foreigners. As an example, Kuwako Araii, 18, of Tokyo, Japan, who visited :he J. Edwin Sunderland family ast week in Fairmount was not awed by supermarkets or even he Municipal Opera in St. Lous. Most of the things that used to impress foreign visitors appeared to be "old stuff" to her. She arrived in Alton last Wednesday after flying from Tokyo, to Hawaii, where she briefly vis- ted an uncle. Arriving in the Itate of Hawaii, she sent a post- COMPARING NOTES Nancy Sunderland uses map to point location of her Fairmount home during out to Kmvako Araii the approximate a visit to the Telegraph. America's Super Stuff Doesn't Awe Japanese Girl card to I he Sunrierlands with the news, "At last I'm in America." She wasn't impressed by a visit to a supermarket in Alton because she'd seen the same thing in Tokyo and in Hawaii. Times are changing. ' ' Thinking she would be impressed by the St. Louis Municipal Opera production of "West Side Story," the Suntferlands. took her to see it last week. Kuwako, however, had seen the Hollywood production of the production last year in Tokyo with the sound dubbed in Japanese. Also, she saw in person the stars of the show, Natalie Wood and George Chakiris,. as well as members of the chorus and dancing troupe who also visited Japan. A first impression of the Unit- Former Calhoun Couple To Mark Golden Wedding ed States she noted was, "There are American flags flying everywhere." Also, she added that America seems quite "big" as compared to Japan. Kuwako and Nancy Sunderland, both 18, and both planning to be freshmen in college this fall said they have enjoyed comparing notes on the different activities of the teenage set in the two countries. Another Sunderland, Elizabeth, 16, spent the summer in Kuwako's home in Tokyo. She will return to Alton Thursday. There are three Arai daughters, Noriko, 15; Emiko, 22; .and Kuwako, 18. Kuwako plans-to study Interior Design at Rockford (111.), College. She left Alton Sunday when her sponsor for a three - yeai: stay, William Styles, publisher of the Rockford Post, a weekly newspaper, picked her up for the trip to the College. HARDIN — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hazehvonder of Jerseyville, former Calhoun County residents, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with a reception jn Holy Ghost Hall, Jerseyville, Sunday, Sept. 22. The couple is inviting friends and relatives to call between the hours of 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Former Calhoun County Circuit Clerk and Mrs. Hazelwonder are parents of nine children, Mrs. John Herkert, Michael; Mrs. Herbert Bellm, St. Louis; Mrs. Hubert Mclntire, Winchester; Mrs. Wilson Holmes, Mrs. Hubert Droege, Mrs. Douglas Smith and Mrs. Iva PogJajen, Jerseyville; Frank of Jerseyville; and Antho^ ny of Alton. To Attend NFO Meeting HARDIN — Delegates from the Calhoun County NFO are-' making plans to attend the organization's district meeting in Mere- dosia Saturday. During the business session, officers of the dis-1 trict will be elected. Lawrence' Walton of Clayton,' 111. le now serving as district chair^ian. The local delegation will be led by Carl Halemeyer of Golden Eagle and Aloys Barry of Batchtown. Three cars are expected to make the trip. The group will leave Hardiri at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, and according to local officials, anyone who wishes to accompany the group may do so by meeting at the Phillips Station here at 6:30 p.m. Funk Reunion HARDIN — About 30 members of the Funk family attended a reunion at the American Legion park here Sunday. There was a basket dinner at noon, and t h e group played cards and other games throughout the ^ afternoon. The annual reunion will be held at the same time in 1964. v. * ' >JU^ \ < «' JL>?>U \ TRADITIONALS Hi Horc't Ivy tailoring at its traditional best. Styled for the discriminating young man witli tapered body, box-pleat back and hanger loop. Choice of debonair striped oxford and other fine machine-washable fabrics. Sizes 8 to 18 | BTOMt M 1QMM '•fUX Alton Plow ond Wilshirt Village Open Friday & Monday « 'Til 9 p.m. B R • T * The Store Thcrf Quer/ily Buill BUTTE KNIT Keyed to a perfect autumn fashion it Neatly collared cardigan and companion overblouse . . . each with luxury looped trimming; blouse has the "in-again" short ileevt. All wool double knit in Oxford/Gold, Chocolate/Oatmeal. Cardinal/Faun, Peacock/Chamois, Black Olive/Clay. Size* 8 td TO. Myers Brothers 3rd Floor LordiW our GOLDEN KEY does it again!! announcing GOLDEN KEY SAVINGS PLAN for the high school and college man: Purchase your basic back-to-school wardrobe at a savings — NOW! Natural shoulder vested suit Authentic traditional blazer sport coat 1 pr. plain front dress trousers 2 pr. plain front cotton slacks at 5.95 I tapered sport shirt or tapered dress shirt I traditional silk repp tie $ 55.00 29.95 14.95 11.96 5.00 2.00 total value $118,86 GOLDEN KEY SAVINGS PLAN yours for only . . r $!QO,QO (Save $18.86) To be purchased at $10.00 down and $10.00 each month NOTE: Offer good only Augu*t 2»th through September 14, 1963. Plus Salei Tax and Service Charge Myers Brothers 3rd aod Piasa Downtown Alton

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