WfcbNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN Any-Day Delight PRINTED PATTERN Everyone's Pet 562 4975 SIZES 14K-24U STRING CLINIC A baby elephant— just the hassock for a tot— a mascot for teenager or college girl. The red cap with ball-fringe is so gay. He's about 12"x22", a grand gift! Fun to make. Pattern 562: directions, pattern ! pieces. ' Thirty-five cents in coins forj ! this pattern — add 15 cents for A group of string instrument music instructors of the Alton School system get. instructions in a clinic conducted by John Kendall of Southern Illinois University. Thc group includes, from the left, front row, Boyd LaMarsh, Charles Musgrave, Kenneth Conrady and Dr. Kendall. Back row, Emerson Schultz, James Mueller, Irwin Ballard, Earl McGill and Leroy Fritz. Give any day of the week an extra-special lift by wearing this half-size young casual. It has a most interesting collar, pleats;ing and special handling. Send all 'round. Printed Pattern -1975: Half Sixes | each pattern for first-class mail- : to Laura Wheeler, care of Alton Size 16% requires 5*4 yards 35- inch fabric. Fifty cents in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of the Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, and Stylo Number. Pattern Free! Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. Telegraph 66, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Sta- jtion, New York 11, N. Y. Print i plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address and Zone. East Alton Club Women / Hear Book Review Thomas B. Samples, East Al- member and first president, who ton-Wood River High School is a patient in St. Joseph's Hos- The Danish Faeroe Islands lie 400 miles north of Norway. Of their 35,000 inhabitants — mostly fishermen and shepherds — many descend from Norse settlers of a tliousand years ago. Scott Says Department Guards Funds men! securities. The treasurer said the arrangement provides more lendable cash to banks, thus spuring the econo my. besides giving the state more Kane revenue. Hanwl CHICAGO (AP) — State Troas uror William .1. Scott says "a department of internal 'security"' "AMKI, The Hamel, New has been established in his office! n ° URl;is ' pra i riR . Alhambra and to protect the $2 billion it con j'' epf Homo Exlonsion Units will ( ro ] s jliold a joint meeting at the In'a speech Tuesday night to " Hmc?1 pnrk hullclinB nt 1 P ' m ' the Chicago Chapter of the Asso on Sept. 18. elation for Bank Audit Control and! Mr - an(1 Mrs - Ward Blase en- Operation, Scott said two outside I Ior1 ninnd 2n R»ests at their home audits have been made since he took office in January and will be made at six-month intervals hereafter. The former banker also announced receipt and opening of 800 bids from Illinois hanks for short term deposit of slate funds totaling $400 million. Scott, who last week awarded $30 million for 12-month deposit at 3.75 per cent interest to three Chicago banks, said the public funds formerly were deposited in private banks which could use the money without paying interest. The state treasurer estimated $150 million of the $400 million will be deposited at a 120-day arrangement paying 2.75 per cent interest with the remaining $250 million drawing 3.25 per cent in terest durig six-month arrange ments. Banks which accept on deposit the state money must pledge 110 ' per cent, of its value in govern- Sunday in honor of their son, James, who was baptized. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Willmoro and Norman Bohlman were sponsors. Approximately 12 families from here attended the Madison County Firemen's picnic at Highland -Sunday. Mrs. Gertrude Werning, a former teacher at St. Paul's Luth- iran School here, is now teaching in Portland, Ore. A Senior League meeting will be held at St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday at 7:80 p.m. | KANK Misses Juanita and lOty Randall of St. Louis visited | this week with their brother. Dr. JP. S. Randall and wife. | Mrs. Robert Dougherty rn- furneri home Monday from Our Saviour's Hospital in Jacksonville where she had been for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs, Wayne O/foun and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher and family of Springfield spent Sunday at the L. D. Ozbun home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barringer had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cannedy of Greenfield and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ryan of Medora. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Linn and granddaughter, Trnfi Marie Cox of Greenfield, visited Sunday with his parents. Mr. am! Mrs. George Linn. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frenh. Mr. and Mrs. Donnld Decker and Mrs. Wi'Jiam Reif, Carrollton. and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Allen of Kane, wrro gliests Sunday of Mrs. H. F. Freeh. The orcasion was in honor of Mrs. Freeh's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fuser. Jerseyville. visited Sunday nt the homes of Mrs. Ralph Linder and Mr. and Mrs. Oman Van- dersand. Mrs. R. .1. Vallentine, Carrollton, was a dinner guest Sunday at. the Linder home. CAIRO — Rumors are abroad in the United Arab Republic that Nasser may resign. NOBODY BEATS FASHION LANE'S TO RELIEVE Bflll < MISERY OF DUILV «»PAID SALVE SMILE REMEDY COMPANY 216 S. Seventh Sl.-Sl. Louit J, Me. Draws, promotes .healing—minor cuts, scratches, . bruises, wounds. Prid draws splinters. 35« and 50* at drug stores \ \ English instructor, entertained) pital. with a review of the humorous book, "Catch a Falling Spy," a.s the program feature at the first fall meeting of the East Alton Woman's Club Tuesday in Mrs. Lorell Hicks, Mrs. Charles Gabbert, Mrs. Frank Harrelson, and Mrs. Cooper will represent the club at the Friday fall conference of "the Illinois Federation the East Alton Savings and Loanl jn Mount Vernon. Biggest Bargain in Needlecraft | Association building. •] ^ pau] ganty wag History! New 1964 Needlecraft! A ham and bean supper to be| ducec ] as a new member! Catalog has over 200 designs, costs only 25 cents! A "must" if you knit, crochet, sew, weave, | embroider, quilt, smock, ! crewelwork. Hurry, send ! cents right now. held in conjunction with the annual holiday bazaar, was selected as the major project of the year. do j Mrs. Kenneth Sweet and Mrs. 25! Leland Scroggins will serve as 5,437 Gross at Foster Homecoming FOSTERBURG — It was announced today the gross income of the Fosterburg homecoming was $2,437. The event was held Aug. 16 and 17. A special dinner meeting will be conducted Sept. 28 to give an itemized accounting of expenditures and announce the profit. The meeting will be held at Fosterburg Hall at C:30 p.m. Piasa Council Plans Poiv-Wow | For Cub Scouts ! Plans were completed for the I Cub Scout Pow Wow at East Junior High School Nov. 23 at a meeting in the Piasa Bird Council office Tuesday. , It was announced registration will be held at the council office and the deadline is Nov. 16. ! Chairmen of the committees for Ithe event include David Dugid, 'Neally Schumacher, Myrl. McEvers, Joe Thornburg, Maxine Ott, Lou Sunderland, Henry Kinson, William Sunderland, Dale iRotsch and Emily Ford. co-chairmen of the event. Mrs. Joseph Glassey, A $5 donation was contributed to the Madison County Historical Society and represented the proceeds collected by assessing each member in attendance, one cent NOW! More people qualify for LARGER LOANS AT Now with the new instalment loan law in effect, more families than ever before can get larger loans from Household Finance. Get up to $5000 to help you buy a better car, pay for home repairs or remodeling, consolidate bills and instalment contracts, or for any good purpose. 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Miss Arnold is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Arnold, 191 East St. Louis Ave., East Alton. ifor each inch of her waist mea- P as t surement. Mrs. Harrelson volunteered as chairman of the club sponsored October party for Poplar Cottage patients, in Alton State Hospital. It was announced Boys Town of Illinois will be guest and will present the program at the Oct. 8 meeting. Past presidents will I be honored. October 11 was announced as; cookie day Force Base. for the Scott Air Cookies may be delivered to the Oct. 8 meeting or to the home of Mrs. Clifford Cooper, chairman. A card shower was planned for Mrs. Florence Day, charter MANY TONS AT TOLEDO TOLEDO, Ohio IP— In terms of tonnage handled, the Port of Toledo is second largest on the Great Lakes, the largest on Lake Erie and ninth largest port in the United States. SEPTEHBEB BAR6AIH JUBILEE THURS.-FRI.-SAT. ONLY! Two-Pocket Styles! Women's FLANNELETTE DUSTERS Reg. 7.98.' 3 Days Only! 1 66 Two styles in printed cotton flannel. 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