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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1963 Coronation at Callioun Sept. 15 HARDIN — Mrs. Jerry Corbrtt, opened until the time of the noro- chairman of the apple queen com- ll; "' on Sund; '. v n 'R ht ' CDA Plans For Dinner At Carrollton f'ARROLLTON — Plans for (he - i ,-•• , •,.,-,. • i • . i annual public dinner to hp scrv- milter for thr apple festival and, Mrs. Cornell is planning to hnvcj^ pjn . ]v O( , |obcr , nipmhpl . s » • .... lill n nrlc nf nrp - Krnnnl JlPP 1;lkP' . __ ' . . ~ . fair, has announced tentative plans for activities leariinp up to little girls of pre - school age take in I lie ceremonies on the stage Friday night, and she has of the Knghts of Columbus and the coronation of thp new queen| Sunday night. Sept. 1Tv As in Hie I' past, this event will hp onn of the;^ 1 ' 1 in lhis V™&*™- the mother hiehltehls of the three - clay fes- nwl onl - v lc;ivo lhc dlll(i s namc ' tiva] here. i with hcr ' ,. „, , T)ic retiring queen, Miss Phyl- i Catholic Daughters of were discussed Tuesday \ at the meeting of the j Daughters of America 'Hnll. Plans were made for 1079 Students In Schools At Carrollton CARROLLTON — A total of 1,f)7fl students are attending the three Carrollton Schools which opened Wednesday. Hospital Notes St. Joseph's MEDICAL Paul .louett, 418 Ferguson, Wood River. Mrs. Carrie Raglin, 3116 Belle. Mrs. Evelyn Combs, 1120 Long. There is a total of 3B3 In Hiejwillinm Lllc , a , ;| 3323 College. ocal high school, with 107 fresh- mpn M ,, om Anlori( ' a !and (vl seniors. Carmlllon Elementary 1unj »<1> T . . f fl . • i J IV. 1 \ I 11 1 I 1^-, V] V4<- V I I) »-. ..-•u j . .,, . Thp hst oUueen eandidatPs ,s } . g clcndcnnyi of BellPvicw, will reign over the activities at the festival, and will load the proces- not yet complete, and for this reason, Mrs. Corhett will arrange individually with the candidates for practice sessions. She has asked that each pirl who plans to enter the contest call her for instructions and plans. The first appearance of the queen candidates at the festival will he Friday evening, Sept. 13, when they will appear on the Stage in forma Is and in bathing suits. At a tea. which will probably take place prior to this time, a panel of judges will interview the girls. The judges will choose a queen and runner - up following their appearance Friday night, but the names will he placed in an envelope which will not be Catholi at KC a card tournament to open Sept. 20 at KC Hall. The group will sponsor a runi- sion of queen candidates in lhc|. Sunday afternoon parade. FHA Club Meets at CaiToIllon School CARROLLTON — "Patterns j With a Purposp" thpine of the year of thc I of America Image sale and thc tentative date is Nov. H. Guests af the birthday table were Mrs. John Pohhnan. Mrs. Katie Meyer and Mrs. Leo Rawe. Williams Funeral CARROLLTON — Funeral will he the Cervices for Ray Williams were activities for the! Wednesday at Mehl Funeral . jturc Momemakers H(inlp wilh thc Rcv - Darwin Rol- Cluh of Oirrolllon (1|ls ' P" s « or of lhc First Ba P tist High School, according to plans made at the meeting of the local Church, officiating. Pallbearers were Clyde Sawyer, Jerry FHA chapter Tuesday at the -lours. Thomas Williams Jr.. Joe 1 * t- i..: i_ T».,i—i, linn;...-.-.^ „...j n;,-.1* school. Miss Darla Havelka, a senior at Southern Illinois University, who is receiving her field exper- The Country Store Located at "David Acres" between Godfrey and Brighton OPEN All Day Sunday! 10 a,m.-10 p.m. 7 Days a Week WEEKEND PAINT SALE!!! QUPDNl WALL PAINT Du Pont Lucite HOUSE PAINT $7.50 l/2 GAL ADAMS M(LK WITH EACH 2 GAL PAINT Gri/xlc. Ralph Williams and Richard Reynolds. Burial was in Carrollton City Cementery. Cnrroltfnn Nofes CARROLLTON — Mrs. Ora Raffety of White Hall, who has been ill, is convidesciiiR at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Ha rr. Mr. and Mrs. William Vander- sand and daughters returned Wednesday from Norfolk, Va., where they visited Ensign James Vandersand, who is stationed at the Naval base there. Mrs. Pauline Gumm, who has been visiting severaJ weeks with her cousin, Mrs. L. O. Sullivan, will leave Tuesday for her home in Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Clark went to Sullivan Thursday to visit Clark's mother, Mrs. U. D. Clark, who recently returned to the Masonic Home in Sullivan from a hospital in Mattoon where she had undergone surgery for a hip fracture. School has a total enrollment of 502. At St. John's Grade S c h o o there is a total enrollment of 214. Mrs. Louis Meyer of Carrollton is a member of the faculty of St. John's Grade School, in addition to the Dominican Sisters and is teaching the fifth grade and a part of the fourth. Open House CARROLLTON —Mr. and Mrs Charles Walters Sr., of Eldred who have completed the construction of a new home, will have open house Sunday between 2 and ience in home economics in the local high school, was present at the meeting. Mrs. John Griswold, who is the head of the home economics department in the school, is club adviser. The new home is located throe miles south of Eldred and one mile east. Hostesses will be Mrs Betty Clark of Carrollton, Mrs. Illean Hunt of Cottage Hills and Mrs. Martha Bland of Alton, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Wallers. Lunger Fiincriil CARROLLTON — Thc funeral of Joseph Langcr was conducted Thursday at 9 a.m. at St. John's Catholic Church by the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Michael Enright officiating. Pallbearers were Henry Cordes Jr., George Keiper, William Albrecht, Ralph Albrecht, John Henry Albrecht, and Robert Albrecht. Burial was in the Carrollton City Cemetery. Pattern Study Classes CARROLLTON — Pattern Study classes will be held Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Greene County Farm Bureau building. The class will be taught by Miss Marjorie Mead, clothing specialist from the Univez-sity of Illinois. Attends Workshop John Grossheim, Fair-mount. Miss Dehra Larner. 034 Cedar. Wood River. SIWUCAL Mrs. Olga Downs. 177 Airline Dr., East Alton. Mrs. Donna Bonner, Meppin. Lowell Chester, 1803 Rock Hill Road, East Alton. Anton Dunker, 1200 Danforth. Mrs. Helen Draper, Cottage Hills Mrs. Janice Bornes, Rte. 2, Brighton. Mrs. Anna Talbert, 1302 E. 4th. Alfred Osburn, Cottage Hills. DISMISSALS Mrs. Lucille Angelo. 613 George. Mrs. Roxie Commander, 812 Rock Mrs. Julia Cool, St. Louis. Mrs. Irma Dawdy, Rte. 1, Dow. Mrs. Irene Drainer, 303 Dry. Adin Frazier, Wood River. Marc Kamp, East Alton. Miss Lora Stuart, Wood River. Mrs. Barbara Tucker, 1839 Ervay Mrs. Mary Voracek, 206 Carolina Mamie Crawford, 820 Langdon. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Lester Bilyeu, 1122 Milton. Scott Merry, 3502 Meridocia. Mrs. Joyce Dillon, Roxana. James Blaine, 1304 Clawson. Mrs. Minnie Guber, 1629 Clawson Rolland Yost, Edwardsville. Val Wargel, 110 E. 6th. Lathan Ruffin, 2640 Moore. Mrs. Garnetta Crumer, 911 Hampton. SURGICAL Mrs. Anna Lauck, 41S Jefferson. Michael Poleet, South Roxana. Roscoe Shumway, 603 Marsh. Floyd Gilbert, Wood River. Mrs. Peggy McElroy, Godfrey. Steven Hicks, 2122 Rockwell. Mrs. Virginia Maxwell. Mt. Olive Curtis Blevins, East Alton. CARROLLTON — Miss Theresa Meyer, R.N. a general nurse at Our Saviour's Hospital in Jack-j sonville, attended a workshop for!Mrs. Cleona Howland, East Alton Harold Btnton, Bethalto. DISMISSALS general duty and head nurses Aug. 28-30 at Iowa State University. Miss Meyer is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meyer of Carrollton. Glenn Gifford. 604 E. 15th. James Thomas, Hartford. Eldon Baker, Brighton. Charles Boyer, 1002 Brook. Patricia Blasingim, 62P Atwood. Mrs. Brenda Warnecke, Wood River. Mrs. Dixie Brown. East Alton. Mrs. Dell Feldman, 2118 Humbert Mary Durham, Cottage Hills. Donald Campbell, 1134 Seller. Mrs. Helen Hoffman. 541 Sixth. Beverly Seyhert. Godfrey. Mrs. Ruby Edgar. South Roxana. Mrs. Mary Mihalich, 314 Colliding Mrs. Freida Boyd, 2713 Brown. Joseph Griesbaum, fil5 George. Mrs. Beatrice Fuller. Cottage Hills. George Berry, East Alton. Clarence Reader, Bethalto. Mrs. Jessie Pummill, 2801 Grandview. Miss Adeline Bauer, Brighton. Mrs. Donna Bond, Bethalfo. Mrs. Margie Sewell, Godfrey. Mrs. Virginia Bowman, Medora. Randall Hafford. Godfrey. Mrs. Dorotha Battles, Wood River Raymond Grinkey, 3819 Omega. Mrs. Mardelle Harvey, Piasa. Edward Beard, East Alton. Gerald Severs, East Alton. 524 in Jerseyville Parochial Schools JERSEYVILLE — The two pa rochial schools in the city report an enrollment of 524 pupils. Enrollment figures on the op ening day at the Church of The Holy Ghost School totaled 307. Two hundred and seventeen re ported Tuesday at St. Francis Xavier's School. The registration at the Holy Ghost School by grades was as follows: first, 34; second, 42; third, 30; fourth, 42; fifth, 30; sixth, 42; seventh, 51; and eighth, 36. The registration at St. Francis School was first grade, 23; second, 34; third, 23; fourth, 27; fifth, 32; sixth, 22; seventh, 34; and eighth, 22. Announce Birth of Girl JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. John Branham of Jerseyville are announcing the birth of a daughter Tuesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The ha by weighed 7 pounds 6 ounces. Other children of the couple are Richard 9, John 8, Kenneth 7 and Michael 3. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Russell of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Branham of East Hardin. The baby's name is Melody Renec. _ MEXICO CITY - Mexico plans a World Fair in 1976. HEADQUARTERS FOR PRE-SHRUNK LEVI'S AND THE NEW J| I WHITE LEVI'S j| 101 N. State Jerseyvlllc Phone 1S3 WE GIVE PLAID STAMPS! St. Anthony's MEDICAL Miss Cheryl Gentry, 2815 Sunnyside. Mrs. Ann Smith, 303 Charlene. DISMISSALS Ross Penny. 1107 Milnor. Lynn Kesinger, 3518 California. Elmer Kain, 228 W. Seventh. Robert Baker, Wood River. George Davis, Rte. 1, Alton. Jersey Community MEDICAL A. R. Major, Jerseyville. Mrs. Sharon Pruitt. Palmyra. Frank Kinder, Golden Eagle. Waltman Sprang, Hardin. John Marshall, Jerseyville. Mrs. Harold Schneider, Jerseyville. Daniel Zinn, Jerseyville. Martin Rarrick, Jerseyville. Mrs. Udell Keller. Grafton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Clara Campbell, Hardin. Daniel Zinn, Jerseyville. Frank Orban, Jerseyville. Mrs. Frank Rench, Jerseyville. Mrs. Horace Vandygriff, Hardin. Mrs. Mary Miles, Fieldon. Waltman Spring, Hardin. You win...either way! REGULAR or PRE-SHRUNK i/7r AMERICA'S FINEST JEANS • Since 1850 PLUS - THE ENTIRE "LEVI'S" LINE AVAILABLE AT ... DIM! :. '•..'•: § •,. \ upper »non - «ajlg«t«: i S * : <•: i i, i A i » t i UPPER ALTON j Wood River Township mnni YOUR OFFICIAL LEVI STORE SINCE THE YEAR 1884 Phone 463,9751 MIKE AND IKE MAY LOOK ALIKE ... but they are wearing different kinds of Levi's and you can hardly tell the difference. So, if you like Levi'g, you can now choose between the shrinkin' and unshrinkin' kind I MEDICAL One child in four i Jby defective vision ... and yours could be one of them without your knowing it Thousands of children surfer from vision defects that retard their scholastic progress... can cause even the brightest youngsters to get poor marks. Yet, because a child has no way of knowing when his eyesight is faulty, such problems often go undetected until serious trouble develops. That's why we recommend that you guard your child's priceless vision with regular examinations by your eye physician. And if glasses are prescribed, bring the prescription to Ostertag, where it will be filled with meticulous care and accuracy by skilled technicians using the finest materials and equipment. The Latest Fashions In Sight Come From 606 East Broadway • HO 2-2532 Other stores in St. Louis, Mo., Columbia, Mo., Oklahoma City, Okla., Tulsa, Okla., and Burlington, Iowa. We do not examine eyes —we are opticians serving the medical profession. I Mrs. Rena Campbell, East Alton. <Kar\a Jo Burklow, 19 Jennings.; ,'Mrs. Mildred Benson, 421 State j | Aid Road. j | Allen D. Osborne, 460 Whitelaw. iMrs. Helen Hoekstra, 731 Wood- j land, East Alton. Gloria Ann Nolan, Lincoln Add. Clifford Enos, 910 College, Alton. Robert C. Cook, Hartford. Mrs. Flora Nolan, Hartford. SURGICAL J. Ralph Hensley, 569 Leslie. Barbara Harbaugh, 515 Winkler. Mrs. Doris Hall, South Roxana. Mrs. Anna Gulp, 686 Maurisce. Laura Gusewelle, Bethalto. DISMISSALS John Epperheimer, Rte. 1, Alton James L. Pile, Roxana. Lawrence Robinson, Bethalto. Mrs. Alberta Weir, 76 Wilson. David B. Voils, East Alton. Mark McGuiggan, Rte. 1, E. AJton Mrs. Lois Hobbs, 344 Edwardsville Road. Sharon Foster, East Alton. Grafton Scouts To Collect Paper GRAFTON — The Grafton Boy Scouts will conduct a paper drive Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m. Residents having paper to donate are asked to place it in boxes or bundles near the curb for the pick-up. <*• Special Feature PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. (AP) —Some homes have garages, others carports. But one development here has a cartport. The homes are built around a golf course and have a built - in shelter for electric golf carts. Before you buy ANY FURNITURE AT ANY PRICE...ANYWHERE SHOP OUR GOING- OUT-OF-BUSINESS SALE FIRST . . . GODFREY use \KbaulilUl PURCHASES THIS IS A COMPLETE SELL-OUT OF FINE FURNITURE! WE ARE FORCED TO VACATE A BRAND NEW STORE (ONLY 4 MOS, OLD) CONVENIENTLY LOCATED BESIDE P, N, HIRSCH CO,—IN "NORTH ALTON SHOPPING CENTER," STATE AND DELMAR STS, — EVERY ITEM IS BRAND NEW, NO SPECIAL OUR ONLY AIM IS TO SELL EVERYTHING AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE, Permit No. 907 NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED We must dispose of a store full of line furniture at cost or below cost. Everything—from the smallest ash tiay to the linest bedroom or dining room suite—must be sold. Our selection i features all famous names such as DREXEL TOMLINSON, LANE. INTERNATIONAL DAYSTROM, SIMMONS, BASSETT. SELIG and many, many more—all winners. Everything is brand new and in perfect condition. No shoddy old beat-up "Moor samples"—we haven't been open long enough to accumulate any. OPEN TIL EIGHT - MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY-CLOSE AT 5 SATURDAY REMEMBER, TERMS UP TO 3 YEARS MAY BE ARRANGED You win...either way! REGULAR or PRE-SHRUNK AMERICA'S FINEST JEANS • Since 1850 fet Regular LEVI'S—made to shrink after washing to that extra-slim, trim LEVI'S fit M •any men prefer! Get Pre-Shrunk LEVCS-eut from the mm XX LEVI'S all-cotton denim, the world's heaviest, but size-controlled by our oe* procesal Both guaranteed — wHh our world-famous guarantee— A NEW PAIR FREE IF THEY RIPI &TMC MAKS LEVI'S H ftfQirrt*n> m TMK u. •. PATCKT of nei »*o otmoin o*«*cm» mot OMIT •* u*i mmm 4 co.« » Mntnv §f^ WM> 4 25 REGULAR Last chance to register tor FREE ROAD RACER SET at.., » • • • 9BUDGET BUY » • • • • PRE-SHRUNK 4 49 THIRD AND PIASA • ALTON GET YOUR LEVI'S BOYS'—IN REGULARS SLIMS HUSKll'JS SIZES TO 50 IN MEN'S AT LEADER'S DIPT. STORE '10 K. BROADWAY

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