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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Saturday, September 14, 1963
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Stone, Cedar Combine Attractively in Plan Today's selection is an extremely attractive ranch home constructed of ledge stone, cedar shakes and vertical siding trim. Two storage rooms have been provided, one off rear porch and one In utility room, plus double garage which compensates for lack of a basement. Upon entering the living room, attention Is Immediately focused upon stunning fireplace set flush In ledge stone wall. Hearth is placed one foot above floor level. Every homemaker will appreciate the long, unobstructed wall opposite picture windows. A large guest closet Is near front entrance. Three bedrooms and bath are at one side of the house for privacy, and yet are easily accessible from kitchen and living room. Bedrooms contain ample closet space and provide light and ventilation for extra comfort. Bath has attractive trellis and there are two separate linen closets In the hall. Kitchen has handy storage cabinets on each side of the sink which is beneath window overlooking rear porch. A busy mother will appreciate this vantage point when Junior is outdoors. A door leads from kitchen to porch' which can be screened In for summer dining. Utility room Is separate from kitchen. Laundry equipment will be located along window wall— utilizing the available daylight, and leaving space at the opposite end for use as sewing or hobby area. Extra lavatory near door leading to garage will save a great deal of unnecessary traffic. Garage has rear exit to yard for convenience. Furnace will be located near front of garage. This plan conforms to general PHA, VA and Building Code requirements. You can obtain building plans with specifications and material list—see order coupon. East Alton Glass Hears Mrs. Siglar EAST ALTON.—Mrs. Alice Siglar, case worker with the Madison County Department of Public Aid, was guest speaker at the Thursday meeting of the Daughters of Ruth class in the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Siglar explained the varied situations and problems she encounters in her work of investigating and administering aid to the families in the aid to dependent children and blind programs. During the brief business meeting conducted by Miss Emma Unterbrink, president, it was voted to serve as sponsors for the Girl Scout Troop led by Mrs. Phillis White. Revival Continues EAST ALTON.—The series of revival services being conducted each evening at 7:30 in the Church of God, 212 S. Pence St., with the Rev. Joe Johnston of Eldorado, as guest evangelist, will continue throughout the week, the Rev. Kenneth Moore, pastor, reports. BIERUT — Manufacturers of obscene films and literature is to be outlawed in Lebanon. BIBLE STUDY If we are to live under the Old Testament today, WHY did Paul say we are guilty of spiritual adultery if we try and keep it? (Rom. 7:1-4). If we are justified by faith only, WHY does the Bible say not by faith only? (James 2:24). If we may pray through Mary also, WHY does the scripture say there is one mediator between God and man, the man Christ Jesus? (1 Tim. 2:5). Watch "The Story That Lives Forever" 1:30 P.M. Sunday KPLR-TV, Channel 11. CENTRAL and MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST Weed River, Illinoh Wayne T. Hall, Minister family Homes DESIGN 385 NWIM 1,309 8q. It 15,003 Cu. Ft. Oarage 4M •* * BUILDING PLANS • PLAN BOOKS ORDER FORM Alton Telegraph Plan Dept FAMILY HOMES 2900 Alpha St., Lansing, Mich. I want items checked: Design No.: ...A' 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 Zone STATE , *•••••••»•••••••••••••*••••••••••! Poems of SIU Professor to Be Published EDWARDSVTLLE — S IU ' s George W. Linden, associate professor of philosophy, has written three poems, soon to appear in print. His "visiting professor" has been accepted for publication in the fall issue of the American Association of University Professors Bulletin; two others, "Portrait No. 1" and "Beauty Could Not Wait To World", will appear in a forthcoming issue of Person- alist, a literary and philosophy magazine published quarterly by the University of California. Linden's review of Jean Paul Sartre's new book, "Essays in Aesthetics", appeared in the Sept. 14 issue of the Saturday Review. Linden came to the SIU campus in 1962 from North Texas State. He and his family reside in Collinsville. Grafton Woman Honored at Party GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeSherlia entertained ata supper at their home Tuesday mer DeSherlia entertained at a Mrs. Leroy McCoy, who celebrated her birthday that day. Present for the dinner was the honoree's husband, Leroy McCoy, and children, Melody, Gary, Bonnie and Tammy, Mrs. Erie Carey, Mrs. Rosemary Hurst and children. Grafton Notes GRAFTON Max Taylor — Mr. and Mrs. and children, who spent several weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poore, returned this week to their home in Arkansas. Freeman Hayes of Wilmington, Calif., arrived Wednesday for an indefinite visit at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Baecht. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Banfield were called to Alton Wednesday by the death of her sister, Mrs, Lelia T&mblingson. REWARD A REWARD OF $100 will be paid by Stolze Lumber Company to the person or persons who furnish information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person or persons causing willful damage or committing acts of vandalism upon the property of the Stolze Lumber Company and Alrwood Manor Subdivision, Rosewood Heights, Madison County, Illinois. All claims for such reward must be made to the Stolze Lumber Company within 80 days after such conviction. The Stolze Lumber Company shall be the sole judge of any dispute arising over the reward and of any person or persons, if any, to share therein; and its decision on any point connected with the reward shall be final and conclusive. The principal office of the Stolze Lumber Company is located at 130 North Huller St., Wood River, HI. Weekly Book Review From City Library By DAVID EARL HOLT Librarian "BUN TO DAYLIGHT." by Vince Lombards, with W. C. Heinz. Ever wonder what goes on in a football coach's mind during a big game? What he thinks aboul when he sees his team win a rea! close one? What he says to the opposing coach when they meet and shake hands in the middle of the field after the game is over? U you have, this book is for you. Its a new idea in sports books. An hour by hour chronicle, as the coach lives it, of a week's preparation for a football game. The coach is Vince Lombardi, the team is the Green Bay Packers and the game is the 1962 Packer victory over the Detroit Lions. The book follows Lombardi's every move on and off the field, as he comes in contact with his family, players, coaches and other people who inhabit this strange and exciting world of Pro Football. It takes you behind the scenes in a different way — you'll attend pre-game strategy meetings, practice sessions and listen in on the colorful yet deadly serious conversations between Lombardi and his players.- You'll be there on that fateful Sunday as the Green Bay Packers take to the field for a big National Football League game. With the kickoff you can feel the tension in the air as the two teams charge at each other. You follow the action closely as all the pre-game strategy you've heard the coaches and players talk about earlier in the week, comes into play. In fact, you are almost inside the coaches mind as he watches the game unfold. A new and fascinating innovation in sports stories. Recommended. Also recommended this week: "TOMORROW IS NOW," ' by Eleanor Roosevelt Former First Lady comments on 78 years spent in highly conspicuous positions near the center of events, national and international. "THE LAST LOVE," by Thomas B. Costain Account of Napoleon's last days at St. Helena and his pre-occupation with young Betsy Baicornbe, daughter of a local Britisher. "CORTEZ AND MARINA," by Edison Marshall Recreates Montezuma's golden world of high culture and human sacrifice — tells how Cortez, facing a vastly superior army, used the Aztec's own legend of a "Fair God" to divide and conquer. "OARLOSi the King who would not die," by John London-Davs The Life, times, and lingering death of the last of the Spanish Hapsburgs. A chronicle of conspiracy, weakness, sterility and madness. "BRIDE OF PEN0ABRIC," by Victoria Holt Another novel Irom the author Brighton Church Society Names New Officers BRIGHTON - Mrs. Charlotte Unverzagt was named president of the Women's Missionary Union of First Southern Baptist Church Wednesday evening following the congregation's monthly fellowship supper. Other officers named were Mrs. Everett Phillips, vice president, Mrs. Floyd Lewis, secretary-treasurer. Committee chairmen are Mrs. Nena Dunnagan, Mrs. A. W. Duncan, Mrs. Earl Hanold, Mrs. Allen Hanold, Mrs. Harvey Milligan, Mrs. Helen Bates, Mrs. Lucille arr, Mrs. A. W. Duncan, Mrs. Leslie Cox, Mrs. Willis Thompson, Mrs. Ethan Thornton. It was announced that the present president, Mrs. Dunnagan, will preside at a Girls Auxiliary Royal Ambassador corona- ceremony Sunday, Sept. 29, and tion cille can Carr, Mrs. A. will speak on W. Duncan, "The Great Commission" and other assisting will be Mrs. Robert Prewitt. Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Ethan Thorn ton and Mrs. Allen Hanold. Spencer Heads Legion Post At Brighton BRIGHTON — Charles Spencer was elected commander of Brigh ton American Legion Post Thursday. Other new officers are: George Tuey, first vice commander; Cliff Dawson, second vice commander; Walter Ahlemeyer, finance officer; Bill Jones, sergeant at arms; Belmont Scheffel, hall manager; Ed Polster, chaplain. Elmer Bott. is the retiring commander. Seventy - five dollars was sel aside to buy paint for the exterior of the Legion Hall. Volunteers to do this work will apply to Elmer Bott or Gene Orban. Date for painting was set tentatively for Saturday, Sept. 21. BERLIN — One top German government official claims he can find out what the public is think ing by asking his driver. of Mistress of Mellyn in the "Rebecca" vein, complete with castles, ghosts, dark, handsome men and various legends. Do It Yourself Any Job Has to Start; This Workbench Good Beginning Since getting started Is fre-j quently the hardest part of any |ob, it's only natural to put off doing something you have never done before. All one needs is an excuse, such as not being able :o find tools or a place to use :hem and nothing gets done. For :his one reason, a workbench is an important piece of equipment since it stimulates, and simpli- 'ies taking action. A workbench is even more important for the fam- ly man since it creates an image of the father as one who can do almost anything. While a rugged, well-constructed 6' workbench is expensive when bought readymade, it can be built from stock size lumber at considerably less than half retail price. Building is so simplified anyone con do it using hand tools. If you happen to have an electric hand saw, Duilding is a breeze. Build One For Your Son The full size pattern offered be- ow assumes you have never built i workbench and contains step- by-step directions everyone can ollow. To further simplify build- ng, the pattern shows screw and x>lt holes in their exact position. Two different size benches can be built from this one pattern. 6' model is for adults, the other is just right for youngsters up to 12 years of age. The list of materials tells what to buy for each size bench. Since every home can use one, the pattern opens doors to a "part time business." When you make up a sample of each size, and show them to friends and neighbors, almost before you realize what is happening, you'll be turning spare ime into income. Send 50 cents in coin, check or money order for Workbench Pattern No. 15 to Alton Telegraph, P.O. Box 215, Pleasantville, N.Y. A six drawer workbench can be built from Pattern No. 568, this is also 50 cents. Send 50 cents addi- ional for new 96-page catalog illustrating 300 build it yourself E>attern projects and home improvement books. Add 25 cents if you want Special Handling. Macoupin Swine Assn. Will Meet Monday CARLINVILLE — The Macoupin County Swine Herd Improvement Assn. will resume its regular meetings at 8 p.m. Monday in the Farm Bureau Hall in Carlinville. The president, John Beckett, of Gillespie will conduct the meeting. The featured topic will be "Improved Hogs." Methods Heading of the Marketing discussion will be three marketing and merchandising specialists from Swift & Company, one of the largest meat packers in the world. The representatives to be here are William Haase of the public relations department in Chicago, and Joe Burge and Charles Ortleb of the East St. Louis plant. Beckett said the meeting is open to any hog producer in the area whether or not a member of the association. SAN SALVADOR—The treaty between El Salvador and Japan is soon to be ratified. "Add a Room for Le>S If K UTTER BROS. Lumber Yard . . . COTTAGE HILLS IIBIIIIBIttiBIIIIBIIIIBIIIIBIIIIBIUIBIIIII Dear Neighbor, My nam» Is Jim Jones I'm your Skelgas dealer. I believe I sell the highest quality LP gas heating fuel anywhere. Your comfort and convenience is my everyday concern. I keep abreast of many of the latest farm problems and am ready to help you in any way I can. I'd sure like to meet you and tell you all about the new Skelgas farm program. Just give me a call or oome in and see me. I'll tell you all about Skelgas and why I think it is the best fuel far you. Don't forget now, oall or oome in s.aon. 1*11 be waiting to hoar from you* JIM JONES, INC. 911 MILTON ROAD PHONE 462-2769 Eldred Science Club Entertainer! ELDRED — The Household cience club met Thursday af- irnoon at the home of Mrs. Edward Baker near Rockbridge. loll call was "A September •oem" and papers were read by Mrs. Irl Davidson, Mrs. J a n i e iles and Mrs. Baker. The next meeting will be Sept. 6 at the home of Mrs. Irl Davidson. Discharged From Army ELDRED — S4c Larry Hand- ns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom landlin arrived in St. Louis Thursday from Oakland, Calif. He vas met at the airport by his parents, brother, Tommy, and ister, Janet. Larry has complet- xl two years army training and eceived his discharge at Oak- and. He had spent the past 18 months in Korea. While in California he visited Youth Killed, 4 Hurt When Auto Overturns Missionary Union Meets at Roxana ROXANA - The Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist church were hosts 'to a district meeting Thursday at the church and 170 women attended. Mrs. Gaylord Hamilton of Alton spoke at the morning session and a shower was given for Mrs. Thomas Wright of Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Wright will keep John, 12, and Daniel, 14, children of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Zimmerman, missionaries, fqr the next three years, so the children may attend school in the states. Mrs. George Hess of Bunker Hill was the afternoon speaker and exhibits of projects from the various -groups were displayed. MAGEE CARPET ARMSTRONG Floors SHERWOOD'S Floor and Wall Covering 1110 Milton—462-3603 ROODHOUSE, 111. (AP) youth was killed and four com panions critically injured Fridaj night when their auto ran off a country road and overturned. Coroner William H. Wolfe o Greene County identified the deai man as Henry Hannaford, 22 Roodhouse. Hannaford was a pas senger in a vehicle returning th young men from a high schoo football game in nearby Palmyra In critical condition at Our Sav iour's Hospital in Jacksonvill were the driver, Calvin Farber and three other passengers, Vir gil NebergaU, 19, Larry Johnis see, 21, and Darwin Chapman, 19 all of Roodhouse. Roodhouse is about south of Jacksonville. 20 mile SAVESSi on ALUMINUM AWNINGS CALL 465-5588 RUSSELL Blind & Awning 611 Milton YOU WIPE AWAY CRACKS WITH TUFF-KOTE GLASS FABRIC Just Wipe On, Apply Fabric, and Goatl • Cures Cracks • Saves Window Sills • Waterproofs Joints • Stops Paint Problems SAVES TIMEI SAVES MONEYI CLEAN AND EASY TO USEt Don't fill cracks—bridge them with a thin, strong patch of Tulf-Kote and glass fabric. Invisible when painted. BUCK'S Faint and Floor Covering Store 655 E. BROADWAY 465-2581 his great-aunt, Mrs. Jesse Rathgeber, and Mr. and Mrs. Harper Rathgeber at Riverside. Mlas Karen Handlin, student nurse at Springfield Memorial Hospital, arrived home Friday to spend the weekend. WE SELL HEATING HAPPINESS Janitrol ^^ Comfort at a comfortable price IB our specialty! CAMP 1126 Milton IM. Electric and '. Heating 462-9287; Need Seme Paint, Nalh, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? OPEN • BETHALTO SUNDAY! BUILDERS 9 to 1 SUPPLY Complete Remodeling Guaranteed Workmanship Planning and! Design Services ESTIMATES CANHAM HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. "Let George Do If" 462-0386 BETHALTO LUMBER CO., Inc. "The Friendly Yard" We deliver on Saturday/ • Roofing • New Room • Garage • Guttering « Siding Insulation No Money Down LABOR CAN BE INCLUDED Millwork Cabinets 5 Years To Pay 403 N. PRAIRIE, BETHALTO Phone 377-9131— Evenings 377-6425 or 377-6571 At last you can .afford it! The leisure retreat ' you've dreamed about Phone 466-0411 or 466-0103 2 Blocks East o! Montlcello Shopping Center improvement

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