Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 13, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, September 13, 1963
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN NEW WOOD RIVER HIGH BUILDINGS Architect's drawing on the new fine arts department at left, and law avenue. Work on the project is under way. Hanner and Breit- the 37 classroom building for Wood River High School on White- weiser are the architects. Excavating Under Way for Wood River Job WOOD RIVER — work is proceeding Excavation rapidly for Specie/ Purchase Men's Dress Oxfords Up to 0.95 Values S088 & $ M 88 WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway Wood River high school's $1,091,000 new buildings project, Nels Havens, school superintendent, said today. The proposed construction project includes a fine arts department and a 27-classroom building designed by Hanner and Breit- sveiser architects of Wood River. Havens said a major city sewer line is being removed from the construction site as part of the contract cost of Gent Plumbing and Heating, Edwardsville. A long distance cable will also be removed and re-located from the construction site by the local utility company, said Havens. r -THIS SUNDAY ONLY- 5PECUUS The proposed 27-unit structure will be the principal building It will be constructed from pre-cast concrete panels. This type of construction will provide a continuous window line around the building. The fine arts building will house the band, chorus and special speech department. The band, chorus and special speech department. The band department will have nine practice rooms, music library, office and main band room. The speech department will be composed of clasrooms, office and a make-up room. Four practice rooms, music library, office and a large classroom will be featured in the chorus department. Wuellner Manns of Alton is the general contractor. Wood River OES Chapter Observes Guest Night WOOD RIVER - Guest Night was observed at the Thursday meeting of the Order of Eastern Star with Mrs. Joetta Harvel and Marvin Oetkin, who head the Bethalto chapter, presiding as guest worthy matron and guest worthy patron. All the stations were filled with guest officers representing the Chapters of Brighton, Granite City, Alton, Columbia, Bethalto and neighboring Missouri Chapters. Mrs. Frieda Lopinot, worthy matron of Monroe Chapter, Columbia, was guest of honor. Among those escorted and introduced were: Mrs. Herman Wu- stenfelt, grand lecturer of Sarasota, Fla., who also filled the station of secretary; Mrs. Matilda Kozler, Cicero grand lecturer; trons, and ficers. Mr. and Mrs. Alfreda Barr, Granite City, past Grand matron; Mrs. Russell Atterbury, Alton, past Grand warder; Seventeen Grand chapter committee members, Six visiting worthy matrons and worthy pa- five visiting past of- Mrs. Howell Barnett, worthy patron and worthy matron, conducted the brief business meeting. It was announced Appointed Officer's night will be observed at the Sept. 26 meeting. A rummage sale is planned as a project of Sept. 20 in the Temple from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with Mrs, Earl Jones as chairman. The guest officers were honored at a reception following the formal meeting. Mrs. Byron Dennis and her committee served refreshments. Eagles Women Plan Supper At Wood River WOOD RIVER — Plans for the >rojects of a chicken dinner and dancing party, a family picnic, and a card party, were completed at the Thursday meeting of the Sagles Auxiliary in the Eagle's Lodge Hall. Southern fried chicken and all he trimmings will be served to members and guests at the hall rom 1 to 8 p.m. Saturday as a oint project of the lodge and aux- liary, and will be followed by a dancing party from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. with Bobby Ray band pro- iding music. Sunday, members of the two organizations and their families will 69e FAMOUS BRAND JUMBO 20x40 BATH TOWELS LIMITED QUANTITIES 69c MEN'S NYLON S-T-R-E-T-C-H SOX LAUNDRY BASKETS Girl Scout Play Day Planned at Wood River WOOD RIVER - Play Day for all girls enrolled in Junior Girl Scout Troops of Neighborhood 4 will be held from 10 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Oct. 12 in Kendall Hill Park, Mrs. R. W. McBrien, chairman, reports. An attendance of 350 to 400 girls is expected for outing. the all-day ing as chairman of general ar rangements assisted by troops leaders: Mrs. William Scoggins Mrs. Andrew Beck, Mrs. James Hughes, Mrs. Robert Lucas; Mrs Robert Moon, registration; Mrs Robert Williams, first aid; Mrs Elmer Isringhaus, games; Mrs Glenn Saxton, nature study; Mrs Carl Reed, songs; and Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Alvah Brietweiser is serv- Scoggins, soda. Injured in Fall Teaching in Elgin ROXANA - Mrs. Gerald O. Norvell and son, Todd, of 141 First St. went to Elgin Tuesday and visited overnight with Miss Katy Norvell, daughter of Mrs. Norvell and sister of Todd. Miss Norvell has moved into a new apartment and is teaching clothing at Larsen Junior High school in Elgin. East Alton Moves Toward Bond Vote EAST ALTON — An ordinance will be drawn up calling for a municipal election on $145,000 bond issue, in addition to a $687,000 general obligation bond issue Roxana High Chorus Names New Officers ROXANA — Carolyn Cruse was elected president of Roxana High School Chorus Wednesday evening at school. Other officers are Ed Cadle, vice president; Janice Boswell, secretary. Dick Dona was elected president of the Junior High school chorus; Shiela Giles, vice president; Phyllis Sitze, secretary. Max Syfert is director of both groups. Fractures Collarbone ROXANA — Larry Patterson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Donald Patterson of 125 E. Third St., broke his collarbone Tuesday evening while practicing football with the junior high school team. Larry is an eighth grade pupil at the school. Visit Daughter ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Louis Knipping of South Roxana have returned after spending a week visiting their daughter and family, Mrs. Margaret Poag, and sons in Bloomington. Leaves for College ROXANA — Miss Marilyn McGill, daughter of Mrs. Rene Galen of 220 Chaffer Ave., accompanied by her mother, went to Fayette- vllle, Ark. Saturday where Miss McGill enrolled in the school of nursing at the University of Arkansas. Marilyn graduated in June from the Roxana High school. motor to the Disabled Veteran's Club grounds on the bank of the Mississippi River for an all-day outing and picnic. Sept. 19 was announced as the date of the auxiliary card party in tiie hall with Mrs. Evelyn Gilmore, chairman, and her committee in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Carl Lackey, president, and a large delegation of mem bers will attend the Sept. 22 district 8 meeting in East St. Louis, when district officers will be nominated and elected. eniov tie WOOD RIVER — A construction worker on the Chain of Rocks Canal project returned to work today after fracturing three ribs in a fall Thursday afternoon. Curtis Neese, 39, Lobelville, Tenn., was taken to Wood River Township Hospital at 5:10 p.m. after he fell on top of a cable on a barge at the canal. THIS SUNDAY - 12:30 TILL 6 P.M, SUPER DISCOUNT CENTER Tpen Sunday 18:80 to 0 P.M. Dally 0 A.M. to 9 P.M. Curlier of Washington & College, Upper Alton End dry skin woes with a double feature < 03Sgf New Improved MOISTURE CREAM More beneficial than ever Now with polyunsaturates NbW flT^i PRICE Give your skin a new fresh look! Let Vitamin A whisk away dry flaky spots. Let polyunsaturates benefit diet-dry skin. Let this light-textured, quickly absorbed cream keep your skin flowery •oft, dewy fresh. Uie Moisture Cream by night, Moisture Lotion by day. Both products Sale priced today. MOISTURE CREAM 2 oz. reg. $3.00 Now only »UO 4 oz. reg. $5.00 Now only $2.90 MOISTURE LOTION 4 oz. reg. f 5.00 Now only $2.50 ITiriJJii Miss Toomey Cited at Lincoln PTA Meeting WOOD RTVF1R—Parents visit- January, March and Mfty. pcently passed, to finance the •illage's proposed spweragp sys- p»i and disposal plant project. The village h o a r d approved ireparations for (he bond election t a special meeting Thursday light. Del Rugherford of the Renja- nin Lewis Co., Chicago, bonding' irm, was appointed fiscal agent by the board to draw up the ordinance. Mayor Charles Vanpreter said oclay that the election will prob- \bly be set for Oct. 8 or 15. The late of the election will be set at , regular meeting Tuesday night. The village's present tax rate of .62 or $8.62 on a $10,000 assessed 'aluation will not be altered by he proposed bond issue because issessed valuation in the village ncreased $3,000,000 this year, said Vanpreter. The lowest combination bids submitted for the construction of he sewer project was $693,434.09, vhile the city has $697,000 In general obligation bonds and federal imds for the project. Due to legal and engineering ees and land costs not included n the amount not earmarked for Construction cost, the village x>ard decided that additional ronding power would be needed o assure the project's completion. The propose plant will be lo- :ated on a 2.290 - acre tract on the south side of the city limits near the intersection of the Illinois terminal railroad tracks and Wood River Creek. The. sewer system will consist of an intercepting sewer line to take sewerage loads of Vanpret- er addition, Wilshire Shopping Center and Job's Hill areas, along with a modern pump station on eorge Street. ed the clnssrnoms of their child... ren and met with the teachers who explained the course of study j proved, and now text books at the first fall meeting of the Lincoln Par- The proposed budget was ap- awards for the coimt ent-Tearher Association Thiirs-j ""*««" numhpr of parents in at ' day in Lincoln School. ! tcwlitnc.n wrrr won by the SPC- Spocial teachers: Mrs. Howard nml atld )hirf ] ^Tafa class room Getting, art; Miss Ruth Toomey, i physical education; and Miss Ki-»'S ht by Miss Selma Lemmer- leen Iberg, curriculum coordin-j man, and Miss Mildred Hards' ator, were introduced and spoke! third grade class roortl. briefly of their departments. Miss Toomey was presented ai gift of appreciation for her serv-j ice to the organization in direct-j ing the "PTA Play Day" for stu-j dcnt.s of the school in May. Thej presentation was made by Mrs.! L. H. Holland, president. j A similar play day event is; planned for the close of school! this year and Miss Toomcy has volunteered to take charge of the games, contests, etc. Plans were made to conduct the sale of defense stamps in the school cafeteria during the lunch hour each Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Boone is serving as stamp chairman. It. was announced meeting will held at 7:30 p.m. the second Thursday on alternate months which will include: November, Super Shop FOOD STORES PRICE CORRECTION The following items were incorrectly priced In out ml Thursday, Sept. 12th Mnyroso AC COOKED Salami or Thuringer 1 ' Mayrose or Krey All Meat SKINLESS JA ( WIENERS L» 49 69' -GET OUT OF DEBT-i DO YOU OWE $500 TO $5.000 Consolidate at Our Office. Get on a Current Paying Basis. 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