Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 9, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, September 9, 1963
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Area People Cited In the Military Several area men and women In the services have recently received honors and promotions for outstanding work and services. Army Pfc. Anthony H. Kllnke, son of Postmaster and Mrs. Harold P. Klinke of 828 Washington Ave., who is stationed with U. S. Forces in Vietnam, was named soldier of the month for the 39th Signal Battalion. Pfc. Eva L. Ulory, daughter of Peter W. Ulery of Hardln, was named post WAC of the month at Fort Lawton, Wash. At the Marine Corps Air Station in Beaufort, S. C., Kalph K. Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,7. Lowe of 3425 Gillham Ave., Alton, was promoted to corporal while serving with an Air Control Squadron. Just beginning service in the armed forces is Linda line Roller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Roller Motto of 66 LaLane in Godfrey, who enlisted in the Navy Wave's. She will u n d e r go recruit training at Bain- Md. is Carolyn M. Tolbcrt, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Tolbert of 1701 Hale St., Alton, at the Bainhridge, In the Air Force reserves is Cadet Frederick 3. Hess son of Mr. and I Mrs. Frederick J. Md., Naval Training Center. Shej^ Sr of St. is being reassigned to the Great | Jacob, who re- Lakes Training Center for schooling as a hospital corpsman. Others being reassigned for further training include Airman James L. Reen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice P. Beem of 102 N. Carr St., Wiiite Hall, to Scott Air Force Base, as a musician; and Army Maj. Monroe D. King, son of Mrs. Dessie King, 1800 State St., Alton, attending an 18-week as- Been. sociale course at the U. S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kan. A.2.C. Howard F. Essary of 307 Whitelaw Ave., East Alton, has been reassigned to Goose Air Base, Labrador, for duty an Air Defense Command unit. Linda Roller, ba.sic training al the Naval Training Center at Four Telegraph area men are serving aboard various ships across the world. They arc: Paul K. Corbin, machinist's Also underRoinc mate ' 3 ' C " USN ' son of Mn and nl.-IU UllUll^ljmt, ... , ,, . ,-, „ , . . .,„„„ Mrs. Albert F. Corbin of 1790 Oakwood Road, Alton, aboard the Great Lakes. 111., is Donald w . j destroyer USS Wlllani Keith with the Second Fleet in the Atlantic; Edward M. Johnson, seaman apprentice, USN, son of Mrs. Grenada Johnson of 1600 Fletcher St., Alton, aboard 'the USS Bennington near Alaska; Edward T. Kcilnmn, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry PBRO, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester F. Doojcy of Worden. Three area men have recently completed training at the Great Lakes Center. They are: Rober( L. Kifzmlllcr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Kit/miller of Godfrey; Mirhael L. DrWitt, son of I,,, _ ., ,„-„,-, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeWitt ofi"' AR , ellma " °< 8 , 07 E ' Fourth East Alton; and Ralph M. Lank-! 81 " All0n ; a *? ar * "' e . , _ . fnmmanri chin I TxSi ford, .son of Ralph D. Lankford of llfi Victory Dr., East Alton. Also completing basic training Bad Breath Sweetens Mouth-Stomach in 5 Minutes or your 35( bacK at druggist. Chew Bell-ans tablets v/henever you think your breath may offend. Bell-ans neutralize acidity, sweeten mouth and stomach like magic. No harmful drugs. Get Bell-ans. Send postal to Bell-ans, Orangeburg, N. Y., for liberal free sample. command ship USS Mount McKinley with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean; and Terry Forbes, machinist's mate, 3.C., USN, son of Mrs. Dorothy Cox of 1009 E. Fourth St., and David Soto, boatswain's mate 2.C., USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Soto of 511 State St., Alton, aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Bon Homme Richard in the Pacific. PRESCRIPTIONS AT • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 State Sf, — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE cently completed Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps summer encampment at Air Force Texas. Webb Base, Cadet Hess. Centerville Club Meets Thursday At Carrollton CARROLLTON — The "History of Greene County" will be presented by Mrs. Jessie Hobson at a meeting of Centerville Woman's Club Thursday at Day's Colonial Room. Hostesses will be Mrs. Henry Schnelton and Mrs. Ivan Becbe. Gets Scholarship CARROLLTON — Roger Short, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Short of Ferguson, formerly of Carrollton, will begin his studies this fall at Missouri University at Columbia, Mo., having received a four- year scholarship to the University in the spring upon his graduation from McClure High School. He is a grandson of Mrs. Gallic Short and Mrs. George Green ol this city. Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. Winnah Webb of Omaha, Neb., who is visiting relatives here, entered Boyc Memorial Hospital Friday as a medical patient. Entering Friday for surgery was Don Pressler o: Carrollton. Admitted Saturday as medical patients were Amos Brown of Carrollton and Mrs Stella Langley of Greenfield. Ross Kinser of Greenfield was dismissed Friday. Dismissec Saturday were Mrs. Lena Bert ram, Mrs. Jeanette Weber, Mrs Helen Dixon and Don Pressler all of Carrollton. To Move to Joliet CARROLLTON — Mrs. Lannj, Lovekamp has resigned her posi tion in the Milner Drug Ston and will leave this week fo Joliet where she will join he: husband and where they wil make their home. Lovekamp hai been in Joliet for several week: and is employed as the head o the furniture department at the J. C. Penny Store in that city Mrs. Lovekamp has been em ployed for the past three years in the local store and before going to Joliet Lovekamp was in charge of the Lovekamp Furniture Store here. No Horseshoes Gary Cruthis, 3407 Agnes St. complained to Alton police late Friday evening that someone wa making horseshoes in a garage near his home. Police were unable to locate the midnight blacksmith. KARACHI — The government of Pakistan announces creatior of a Department of Investmeni Promotion and Supplies. 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Rhipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mrs. Kathplern Archer entertained a group of women from Cnrlinville who had SHIPMAN —The Variety Cluhiheen her schoolmates at Pleasant met Thursday night at the home' c -' rovr School. Guests were Mrs. of Mrs. George Games i FloiTnrn Rhodra - Mrs ' F ' orence I Ca moron, Mrs. Louise Rogers, "The old globe's shaky enough these days, Jen I'd rather sit solid." CYO Wance Tonight Near Carrollton CARROLLTON — The CYO of St. John's Catholic Church will sponsor a public dance at Robin Hood from 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. today. • To Resume, Practice CARROLLTON — Carrollton Community Chorus will resume practice today at 8:15 p.m. in .he Library hall following a picnic supper at 7 p.m. at Carrollton City Park. Work will begin al this session on music for the festiva to he presented in November. The chorus is directed by Mrs Neil Carrico and Mrs. Donalc Langer is accompanist. There have been no scheduled practices since the Illinois State Fair ii which the local chorus participated in the town and rural music festival. Shipman Club Women Meet vere played and refreshments vere served. Present were: Mrs. Robert Heyen, Gillespie; Mrs. William Heyen. Dorchester; Mrs. | Mrs. Bertha Hoch and Miss Louise Young. Everett Smith and children have relumed from Niles, Mich., r loyd Wiltshire. Plainview; Mrs. | where they have been visiting rel- Gene Thomae, Mrs. Carlos Chris- atives. topher, Mrs. Lloyd Wiltshire, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bullman, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bullmean rind daughter spent the weekend in Indianapolis, Ind., with Mr. and Mrs. Don Bullman and family. Announce Birth SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fletcher are the parents of a son, horn Sept. 3 at Jerseyville Hospital. He has been named Jan Wayne. They have a daughter, Audrey Lynn. 2. Home Bureau SHIPMAN — The Shipman Home Bureau meeting has been re-scheduled for Monday, Sept. 16 at 1:30 p.m. at St. Denis Catholic Somebody'* Kidding DENVER CAP) — A classified advertisement invited readers to send to the Columbine Pipe A Tube Co. for their free columbine, "potted in an attractive con- taine/." A company official walled that someone put in the ad to embarrass them. The company carries ;io columbines, just pipes and tubes. Church. The Hostesses will be Mrs. Ralph Welsh. Mrs. J. J. Lal- fey and Mrs. Nell Connors. Safe Plans ROME — Italian airline workers are working on a plan that they say will completely eliminate the possibility of crashes. BEST BUYS AT ALTON REFRIGERATION FRIGIDAIRE WASHERS & DRYERS \ 12-Lb. TUB '188* Electric 128* Model WDA-63 — Model DDA-63 * With Trade "Across from Germanicr Savings" Open Mon. & Fri. Nitcs Till 9 P.M. Ml Open Mon. & Fri. Nites Till 9 P.M. 550 E. 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Co.h You Gal * $100 200 300 500 800 MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS 34 paymts S 5.90 11.69 17.13 27.22 41.69 18 (layiuls $ 7.27 14.43 21.26 34.15 52.81 12 paymli $10.04 19.98 29.61 48.09 75.12 6 pay ni ti $18.15 36.79 54.83 90.04 112.21 Chart's ate com/wled at :i% oil Ihul pail of fcneuuleil monthly balances iwl exceeding tli>0, 2% above S150 to (3W and 1% an any Ttmaindtt Amauiili do not include cost of Life Insurance on loans at group jutt. LARGE LOANS $ 850 TO $ 5000 with up to 60 months to repay With the new Illinois Instalment Loan law in effect, HFC is now making larger loans available to more people than ever before. More families now qualify for the larger loans necessary to meet today's greater needs. So, if you have a money problem that calls for considerable cash—fixing up the house, buying a better car, paying off instalment contracts—come and see us. Every year more than 2 million people get fair, understanding money help at HFC. You can, too. Coih You Gat * $1000 2000 2500 3000 5000 MONTHLY PAYMENT HANS 60 tiaywtt SI 29. TO 4* fuyiiiti $7-1 .96 89.95 1-19.92 .16 pwmti S36.94 73.88 92.35 1 10.83 18-1.71 14 paynts $5020 100.40 125.50 150.60 251. IX) adopt piiynu'nii include principal and chatfej on loans tj paid on schedule, but do not include charges on Croup l.ije di Disability insurance. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Loan Corporation For either a small or a large 123 West Third , phone or visit HFC today St., 2nd Floor PHONE: HOward 5-8871 Hours.- Monday thru Thursday 9:30 to 5:30-Friday 10 to 8

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