SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ?, Jfi63 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Roxana Funds Transferred ftOXANA — the village board has passed nn ordinance providing for the transfer of $431.53 now held in the retired bond issue fund of t h e village water 1 works to (he bond and Interest fund of the water works Improvement bond issue fund. The treasurer reported a general fund balance of $65,545.04; recreation fund, $5,878.39; social security fund, 56,714.08; sales Inx fund, J4.403.44; bond and In (crest fund, $14,778.59; sewage di.sposal fund, $14,571.2? and ci^ vilian defense fund, $1,602.99. A motion was passed authorizing Chief of Police R. E. Duncan to attend the Police Association convention in Springfield. The board Wednesday authorized the police and fire department committees to Investigate the possibility of Installing push button signals at the intorestion of Third and Contra! and fake such action as they deem advisable. The garbage collection contract was awarded to Leo Kuhl for the year beginning Oct. 1. The board voted to include the water department employes in village em ployes seniority list. STOP WISHING .. START DRIVING! Oot a "pocketful of dreams" about » newer oar but lack the ready cash to match? Look Into a low cost Auto Loan from u». Action will be fait! Convenient term*.' PHONE HO 2-9814 OR SEE KENNEV KLOOS MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. 311 Ridge, near Broadway family Homes .DESIGN 214 Houio 1,008 Sq. H. 28,092 Cu. ft. OoroQ* 611 So. K A Colonial That's Not Plain, Boxy Instead of the typical "boxy" outline of a colonial, this house has a projecting wing for the oversize garage. Garage windows are fitted with shutters and a window box to balance the picture window of the house. Roof of the wing is carried across the front of the house to make a porch. As with most colonials, this one has lots of living space. There are four bedrooms and two baths upstairs. On the first floor there is a den, a separate dining room and an extra large kitchen. This kitchen is one of the best features of the house. It is laid out in the efficient U-shape and has a large window over the sink. Almost half of the kitchen area is devoted to a breakfast nook. Side door off the kitchen is only a few steps from the garage service door. A lavatory is between the kitchen and den, which could serve as a guest room if needed. At the rear of the house, the den opens onto a terrace. Entrance hall leads to all the main centers of the house, the kitchen, dining room, den, living THIS SUNDAY — 12:30 TILL 5 — FOR THESE SENSATIONAL BARGAINS! $2.98 TRIPLE STITCH—FAMOUS BRAND HEN'S JEANS 29 to 42 Waist, 3(1 to 84 Length $2.98 DAN RIVER SHEETS 98c PACKAGE OF 2 PILLOW GASES Pkg, of 2 WE DISCOUNT EVERYTHING - WHY NOT SAVE AT SUPER DISCOUNT CENTER Open Sunday 12:30 to 5 p.m. Dally 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. CORNER OF WASHINGTON & COLLEGE, Upper Alton By DONALD R. BRANN Once Upon a time there were many home improvement jobs hat required real carpentry •?kill and specialized experience. When manufacturers of plywood and publishers of direc- ional material joined forces, simplified instructions were produced that took nil the fenf, mystery and up to two thirds the cost out of paneling with sly wood. If you have long admired landsome wood paneled rooms, and hoped one day to be able to afford same, your day has arrived. By following the step by step directions outlined in the book offered below, you'll be able to panel walls like magic. Factory pre-finished plywood panels can be applied over cracked plaster, plasterboard, paint, wallpaper, concrete blocks or o studs in new construction. They can be nailed, glued or fastened in place with matching metal nut riooi noon •••••••••••! BUILDING PLANS • PLAN BOOKS ORDER FORM Alton Telegraph Plan Dept. FAMILY HOMES 2900 Alpha St., Lansing, Mich. I want items checked: Design No.: 4 sets of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List $29.75 .... 1 set of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List 17.95 .... Family Homes Plan Book, postpaid 75 Enclosed find $ for items checked. NAME ADDRESS CITY •••••••••••••••I room and stairway. There is a large closet for guest wraps. Upstairs, the front bathroom is placed between two bedrooms, with entry from either. Rear bath has a built-in vanitory. Master bedroom has one of the largest closets possible to build in a home. It is about 10 feet long. There is a large cedar closet in this room, too. A linen Zone ...... STATE Paneling With Plywood Easy mouldings surfaced with wood|bow to apply paneling, the book veneer. The high luslroiis finish provides a rich background for furniture, draperies and other prized possessions. provides all the information needed to cover every type of installation from modernizing a basemen! or attic, hall, living Realizing few people know)or bedroom. Over fifty illustra- Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MEDICAL Harold Tant, Wood River. Kevin O'Brien, East Alton. Mrs. Clara Hoffman. Godfrev. Henry Wolf, East Alton. Mrs. Wanetta Bodine, 1524 Jersey SURGICAL Mrs. Virginia McGhee, S. Roxana Robert Cobb, East Alton. Russell Ahrens, Mt. Olive. Mrs. Jacqueline Gregor, Godfrey Joseph Coffman, East Alton. Curtis Campbell, Jerseyville. Leo Campbell, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. Janet Arendell, St. Louis. Mrs. Grace Wright, Godfrey. Mrs. Ramona'Depper, 3203 Stowell. Phillis Manescalco, East Alton. Harry Saville, 3416 College. James Williams, 618 Wyss. Dewey Staples, Carrollton. Mrs. Vera Price, Roxana. Mrs. Mora Pfenyon, Godfrey. Paul Schultze, 1503a Rodgers. Evelyn Consley, 1812 Main. Scott Merry, 3502 Meridocia. Elmer Browning, 1210 Fairway. Mrs. Neta Myers, 2432 Arthur. Mary Fairbanks, 2811 Residence. Mrs. Helen Doussard, Bethalto. Richard Vaughn, South Roxana. Harold Benton, Bethalto. Miss Kelly Crowson, Rte. 1, Dow. Mrs. Fay Gray, Wood River. Mrs. Dorothy Hawk. Cottage Hills Mrs. Dolly lledger, East Alton. Mrs. Margaret Kirfcch, Godfrey. Mrs. Mary Ellne, 90 E. Elm. Miss Joan Kuhn, 731 E. Fifth. Miss'Pauline Lucas, 2313 Salu. Mrs. Leora Luebbert, Hartford. Marilyn Manns, 3001 Edwards. Mrs. Patricia Miller, 1402 Central Mrs. Eulene Murphy, S. Roxana. Miss Michelle Pope, 924 Market. Carl Raber, East. Alton. Mrs. Nellie Reed, Rte. 1, Godfrey Mrs. Margaret Reif, Godfrey. Miss Diana Shaw, Rte. 1, Moro. Miss Carol Slinkard, Wood River. Roy Seago, East Alton. Miss Sharon Johnson, East Alton. Waldo Lucor, Rte. 4, Godfrey. Ralph Myers, Wood River. Emert Null, Rte. 1, Bethalto. Mrs. Florence Tucker, 1839 Ervay closet is in the hall. Garage is more than 25 feet wide, which allows room for a work bench in addition to two cars. This plan conforms to general FHA, VA and Building Code requirements. You can obtain building plans with specifications and material list — see order coupon. Rural Electrification Leaders to Meet Sunday SPRINGFIELD, 111.—More than 600 rural electric cooperative eaders from Ilinois, Iowa and Wisconsin will participate in the annual Region V meeting of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Assn. here Sunday to Tuesday. Major speakers incude U.S. Representative George Shipley of Olney, 111.; Clyde T. Ellis of Washington, D. C., general manager of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association; Albert C. Hauffe of Leola, S. D., president 254 Enrolled At Grafton GRAFTON—Enrollment of the Grafton Grade School totals 254 pupils. The enrollment according to the grades: First, 38; second, ; third, 28; fourth, 25; fifth, 30; sixth, 36; seventh, 28; eighth, 33. Attend Meeting GItAFTON — Eight members of Grafton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, went to Hardin Thursday night where they attended a "Friends Night" meet- Ing of Calhoun Chapter. Attending were: Mrs. Martha Wleland, Mrs. Leonard Willman, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Duncan, Mrs. Marx Wieneke, Mrs. John Bradfisch, Mrs. Ora Brainerd and Mrs. Wesley Legate. Forest Homes Group Seeks Land for Park The Forest Homes Civic Assn., which has resumed their regular Wednesday night meetings in the Forest Homes Elementary School, are looking for land to use for park purposes. The group plans to set up park facilities complete with a com* munity building it hai been announced. This week more than 300 little league ball players from the community were taken to a St. Louis Cardinal game, Anyone wanting information on the group or its proposed activi ties is requested to call Richard GWespie or Mrt, Richard Thomas. of the association; and Norman Clapp of Washington, D.C., administrator of the Rural Electric Administration. The meeting at Springfield is the first of 10 regional meetings scheduled for electric cooperatives throughout the nation this fall. The meetings are centered around the theme, "The Challenge of Growth", a discussion of what the future holds for the rural electrification program. Directors of the national board of NRECA will report on rural electrification activities in their states. They include Harold S. Huey of Plymouth, 111.; Herbert Moeller of Denison, Iowa; and Lawrence C. Cole of Waterloo, Wisconsin. St. Anthony's MEDICAL David Dooling, 921 Union. Guvie Henderson, 1101 Belle. Miss Mildred Ford, ,1714 BoEza. Walson Berger, Godfrey. Mrs. Margaret Robinson, 703 E. 1 Rosedale, East Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Ella Campbell, 3092 Belle. Mrs. Marietta Crane, Rte. 1, East Alton. Mrs. Florence Webb, 254 Dooley. Jersey Community MEDICAL Linda Sue Pyatt, Jerseyville. Mrs. Georgetta Dean, Jerseyviile Mrs. Robert Benoist. Hardin. Carl .Hayn, Kampsville. DISMISSALS Louis Kadell, Jerseyville. Mrs. Donald Green, Shipman. Martin Rarrick, Jerseyville. Mrs. Robert Delp, Jerseyville. jMrs. Donna Eageny, Winchester ;Mrs. Udell Keller, Grafton. Ions take the mystery out. of !ach step. Send 50c In coin, check or money order for Home Improvement Book No. 605, How to anel with Plywood to Alton Telegraph, P.O. Box 215, Pleasantville, N.Y. Send BOo earn or these other homo improvement books: How to Kuikl a Dormer No. 603, How to Lay Ceramic Tile No. 60fi. How to Modernize a Kitchen No. 608, How to Build a Hi-Fi Music Wall No. 6.12, How to Install Valance and Cornice Lighting No. 610, How to Build and Enclose a Porch No. 613, How to Build a Patio No. 631, How to Solve Storage Problems No. 025, How to Work with Concrete No. 617, How to Repair & Reupholster Furniture No. K2'.], Complete Guide to Gluing No. 626. A new catalog illustrating 300 build It yourself pattern projects and home improvement books Is available at Add 25c for Special Handling for each book. ©1963. Donald R. Brann SAVE^i on ALUMINUM AWNINGS CALL HO 5-5588 Bllnd * Awning BH MIHort Graf ton, too., Gets Distance Dialing Sunday GRAFTON — Paul Arnold president of Grafton Telephone Co., has announced that direct distance dialing will go into effect locally at 2 a.m. Sunday. The prefix "Sterling" is being replaced by the numerals 78. New directories containing the handy dialing guide aro being distributed at the company business office. Graf ton Not en GRAFTON—Mrs. Adele Dempsey and daughter, Mrs. Genevieve Knutson, left Friday for their home in Madison, Wis,, following a visit at the home of Mrs. Dempsey's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. LeFa- vire. GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Ward Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Meyers and children have left for Florida for a visit with relatives. WE SELL HEATING HAPPINESS Janitrol ^^ Comfort at a comfortable price is our specialty! Complete Remodeling Mrs. Mary Simpson, Belleville. Edward Rich, Rt. 1, Edwardsville Vernie Calhoon, South Roxana. Mrs. Jeanette Miles, Bowen. Si. Joseph's MEDICAL River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Marie Klunk, 1105 McPherson, Alton. Mrs. Eunice Smith, 621 Grove. SURGICAL Jerry Beavers, Rte. 1, E. Alton. Thomas Fitzgerald, St. Louis. DISMISSALS James Hensley, Leslie Avenue. Mitchell Hodges, South Roxana. J & A Springman HAS GOLD BOND PAINTS AND SUPPLIES Godfrey, 111. Pli. -t«.JI3» Miss Sharon Johnson, 415 Linden-jH wood, East Alton. !tt Mrs. Louise Narup, Batchtown. jjj Miss Kathi Ulett, 745 Rosedale, ^ East Alton. Dennis Mohon, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Lorine Dettmer, 215 Goulding, East Alton. Robert McGaughey, 720 Washington, East Alton. John J. While, 2620 Main. Mrs. Florence Jackson, 1726 Maupin. Donald Ewing, 101 Sullivan. Robert Morgan, 303 Dooley. SURGICAL Elmer Davis, West Alton, Mo Walter Schroeder, Worden. Louis Vaughn, Godfrey. Mrs, Shirley Dettmers, Bethalto. DISMISSALS Mrs. Mary Chapman, Bunker Hill MAGEE CARPET ARMSTRONG M SHERWOOD'S Floor and Wall Covering 1110 Milton—HO 2-3603 Well, Henry, we won't promise you that your chickens will lay this size egg everytime, but when you heat with Skelgas the best is always possible. Mania's advice is very good because when you heat with Skelgas you are really cooking with gas. See your Skelgas dealer today, he's your neighbor. 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