Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 17
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September 12, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 12,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN At Biedermans . . . Beauty and $ Distinction plus Comfort for... Come See These Incomparable Bargains Tonight Or Tomorrow 9 To 9 ..If •jf. »-<**• TV* ^ .CSS,.. -cr •* *• This Is Your Passport To Easier, Faster Homefurnishing Purchasing ... Our New Charge Card! No Form« to Fill Out... No Waiting . .. Just Say "Charge It." Apply for Your Own Charge Card at Biedermans, Now! Comfortable Charming Early American Sofa TERMS As Low At $6 Month You'll love the warm cozy feeling this Early American Sofa will give to your living room! And you'll also love it for its generous size, its sturdiness, its fine craftsmanship) Has 100% Foam cushions, Solid Maple wood trimmed backs and arms, attached pillow back, box- pleated skirt all around! Tweed upholsteredl Smartly Tailored Contemporary Sofa TERMS As Low At $6 Month Sleek modern lines, slim-line styling! Custom crafted in dramatic fashion and custom covered to your order in a wide selection of luxurious new fabrics in exciting colors! Expertly tailored with button-tufted backs, walnut finished tapered legs! Wonderfully comfortable with 100% Foam reversible seat cushionsi Only $99. King-Size 81" Long Traditional Sofa TERMS As Low At $6 Month Here's a magnificent beauty to bring that look of luxury and feel of comfort right into your living room! Has Lawson rolled arms, deeply tufted back, superbly comfortable coil spring base with 100% Foam reversible cushions! Elegant damask cover with kick-pleated skirt all around! And Biedermans tags this fine Sofa ot only $99. 5-pc. Foam-Cushioned Conversation Group TERMS As Low At $6 Month Mere are sink-down Lounge Chairs to put a) couple at easel High-Backed "Mr" Chair and Medium-Backed "Mrs" Chair to match! Both are beautifully upholstered and feature 100% Foam reversible seat cushions and Foam Cushioned backsl With .the large Ottoman plus step-end table and decorator lamp that's Included, you really have a cozy-corner con- venation groupl. OPEN EVERY NIGHT • FREE STORESIDE PARKING • 200 MILES FREE DELIVERY ALTON: Broadway and Piasa Carrollton Couple Mark Anniversary CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Francis Geers entertained members of their bridge club at dinner Tuesday evening at their orne in celebration of their lirtieth wedding anniversary. Geers, son of the late Mr. and Irs. Albert Geers, and Miss Lu- He Kelly, daughter of Mrs. W. . Kelly of this city and the late '. C. Kelly were married Sept. !, 1933, in St. John's Church rec- »ry by the Rev. Thomas Costello, hen pastor of St. John's Catholic hurch. They have made their ome in Carrollton since their marriage and Geers is the mana- er of the A. Geers and Co. store nd Mrs. Geers is employed in ie store. Both are members of he Carrollton Community Chor- and of tiie choirs of their hurches. Mrs. Geers is a mem- er of Temple Chapter of the or- er of the Eastern Star and is ie president this year of the East nd Reading Circle. Geers is a member of the Knights of Co- umbus and of the Carroll>n Lions Club. Guest Honored CARROLLTON — Mrs. William Cirk, who with her husband are uests at the home of her broth- r-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. Clanahan, enroute to their ome in Baton Rouge, La., after vacation spent in the east, was onored at a bridge luncheon Tuesday and will be guest of hon- at a luncheon Friday. The uncheon Tuesday was given by firs. Kirk's sister, Mrs. Clana- an, in Day's Colonial Room. The uncheon Friday will be given at ie Country Club in Jacksonville nd hostesses will be Mrs. Louis lichards and Mrs. J. M. Widdow- on. Noble Grand Meeting CARROLLTON — Because of Rockbridge Pair Married 68 Years CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mffl. Carter Pitchford of Rockbridge observed their (58th wedding anniversary Wednesday at. the home of their daughter, Mrs. C. C. Faith, with whom they have narte their home for several ears. Mrs. Pitrhford is the former losa Fry. She is 86 years old nd her husband is 93. They are he parents of two children, Mrs. 'aith of Rockbridge and Lynn Pitchford of Hettick. member and past officer of the 'ast Noble Grand Club of the lebekah Lodge, the meeting of he group scheduled for Friday, ept. 13, has been postponed and ill be held Friday, Sept. 20, at he home of Mrs. Dean Martin, vith Miss Lena Keyes as assist- ng hostess. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. 'roy Woods of Greenfield a n c VIr. and Mrs. Irwin Johnson of his city returned home from Missouri Thursday where they hac gone Wednesday on business. John Heraty of San Diego ?alif., arrived here Monday, be ng called here to attend the fun eral of his father, John Heraty which was held Wednesday morn ing in St. John's Church. Struck by Car CARROLLTON — Gary Prang er the two and a half year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Prange of this city escaped uninjured Tuesday evening when he step)ed from behind a parked car in ;o the path of a car driven b> They have and five hrep grandchildren Teat-grandchildren. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. Grace [ones of Carrollton and Mrs. Judith Marie Coughlin of Alton were admitted to Boyd Memorial Hos- ital Tuesday as medical patients. Mrs. Winnah Webb of Omaha, cb., were dismissed from the hospital Tuesday. Heraty Funeral CARROLLTON — Funeral serv- ces for John Heraty were conducted Wednesday at 9 a.m. at St. John's Catholic Church with he Rt. Rev. Monsignor Michael Enright in charge of the service. Pallbearers were Clem Koster, rlenry Rawe, Maurice Fitzsimmons, Jack Keller, Frank Keller and John Longmeyer. Burial was in St. John's Cemetery. Gibbs Funeral CARROLLTON — The Rev. Roger Christiansen, pastor of the local Methodist Church, officiated at the funeral service for Riey Dewey Gibbs Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Mehl Funeral Home. Pallbearers were George Varble, Jesse Hires, Donald Bryant, Wayne Scott, Harold Goewey and Kilby Ivers. Burial was in t h e Dayton Cemetery at Eldred. Kane Estate CARROLLTON — The will of Joseph Henry Kane was ordered recorded Sept. 10 by Judge L. A. Mehrhoff. The estate was left to brother, Mark Kane. Mark Kane was also named executor, giving bond of $2,000. The will was executed July 15, 1950, and ivas witnessed by Mrs. Selma Kelly and Jack Alfeld. Truman Wolfley, also of Cos- rollton. DISCOUNT! Ladles' and Misses' 4.95 to 9.95 FLATS Famous Labels Others $1.00 to $2.89 All Sizes and Colors In Lot WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. 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