Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 17, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAGE SiX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Retail Sales are Key To Economic Picture By SAM DAW8ON AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK (AP) — Reta sales will command the router o the stage the rest of this mont and the first half of October. How much consumers buy, anc especially what (hey buy. wi give a strong clue to the streiigt of the current economic upturn Unexpectedly high persona spending helped moderate (he last recession. Revival of purchases o durable goods, particularly big ticket ones, such as household ap pliances, give the present upturn a new lease on life when seemed to be faltering a year ago Lull Sales have withstood the sum mer lull. If they show vigor wi lithe coming of fall, merchants and dealers can count on new dollar records the rest of the year. Manufacturers can then plan production schedules with a more helpful eye on the chances of the longest and strongest since Work War II. Auto and appliance sales have been unusually strong for severa months. At the moment car sales may be turning weak, while the makers are bringing out the new models. How these catch on should be apparent next month Appliance sales have close ties with home building. Construction of housing units, especially apartments, has been strong- this year. Furnishing them has given a boost to appliance, furniture and similar sales. Confidence If this continues through the fall, the industries will be content to take the usual winter season of slack construction and skimpier furnishings sales in stride. But there is also a large replacement market for appliances and furnishings. This too has been seeing a modest boom. Consumers have been willing to spend, and to take on monthly payments, for new appliances or for more of them. They apparently have been confident present good times were here to stay for a time. . Economists will watch this market closely. When consumers start to retrench one of their first targets is in such big ticket items. GRASS BLOOMED BLUE FRANKFORT, Ky. £>—When pioneers began arriving in Kentucky the central prairie region was a rolling land covered with a wild growth of grass bearing tiny blossoms of a dusky blue color. They called it blue grass and that eventually became the name of the area. Mrs. L. Kuhnline Heads Berdan Community Club CARROLLTON — Officers of the Berdan Community Club were all re-elected at the fall meeting of the club Thursday in the Sunday School at the Berdan Church. Officers are: Mrs. Lester Ktihn- ine, president; Mrs. Oscar Thiebaud. vice president; Mrs. Melvin Prough, secretary; Mrs. Holyn Jackson, treasurer. The program. "Problems of School Dropouts" was presented by Mrs. Ernest Roberts Jr. Persons having birthdays in July. August and September were lonored and presented gifts and hey were Mrs. Ernest Roberts Jr., Mrs. Carl Peters, Mrs. Lee Tuey and Mrs. Elmer Garrison. The next meeting will be Sept. 26 at the home of Mrs. Howard Ferguson. Cnrrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. H. L. 'ranger is on vacation for a week rom her work in the office of lichard McLane, Greene County clerk. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Clark spent Sunday in Sullivan w i t h Clark's mother, Mrs. U. D. Clark, ey were accompanied as far as Windsor by Miss Margaret Baker, who spent the day with er aunt, Miss Carrie Grider. Mr. and Mrs. George Raffety nd two daughters of Belvidere pent the weekend with Mrs. :affety's parents, Mr. and Mrs. :arl Hubbard, and also visited teffety's mother, Mrs. Ora Raf- ety of White Hall, who is con- alescing at the home of her aughter, Mrs. Herbert Harr. A marriage license was issued ept. 16 in the office of Richard /IcLane, Greene County clerk, to Job Southerland of St. Louis and The male faction of the Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints, Wood Kiver, invade the feminine domain each year to assist with the annual "Apple Butter Making" project, They help with all phases of the work For Church Benefit The Men Worked This Apple Butter Project WOOD RIVER — Men of the,ers, who explained the very sim- GET WTO THE ACT —even the dish washing;. Dominating the outdoor cookery Saturday were Johnnie Kevenburgh. Luther Felton, BUI Rineade. Haydn Roberts, Lloyd Giddin«s and Le Roy Ferguson. Senior Citizens Honored at Jersey FORTY ODD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1963 — -~ By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull JERSEYVILLE — Senior Citizens of the community were guests of honor Sunday of the Sunday School of the First Assembly of God Church with 52 present. Mrs. Jess Hamblin, president of the Jerseyville Senior Citizens Club, was introduced and expressed appreciation of the honor shown to the elder citizens. Mrs. Geneva Henderson, one of the organizers of the Senior Citizens Club, was also introduced. Each guest received a gift and special awards were made to Edward Stroud, 87, as the oldest citizen present; and to Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Cowling who will soon mark their 54th wedding anniversary. Rev. Frank Goss, host pastor, addressed the group during the services. Following the church services luncheon was served in the recreation hall. Announce Birth of Daughter JERSEYVILLE — Local relatives have received announcement of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wallace of Nashville, Tenn., at 5:30 a.m. Monday at the Vanderbilt Hospital. The baby weighed 6 pounds t> ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Kathleen Landon and the late Leslie Landon of Jerseyville and of trip to Calhoun County to purch- Mrs M. C. Wallace and the late r .. - .. i -. iu, Mr Wnlhipp of Snarla Tpnn. use the Jonathan apples at tho Joy Wood farm, early this wee*, delivering them to the kitchen in the church basement, where the "canning factory" is set up. The apples are washed, cored and sliced, into large washtubs, and then the long cooking process is started. Cooked in three to four gallon ilar project of our pioneer ances-iq unn tjties, the apples are first tors. After the dismissal of! made into apple sauce, by being making time at the Reorganized j schools, many of the youngsters j pu t through a ricer; and when 'returned accompanied by friends, I enough apple sauce has been ac- to watch and perhaps, 'help a lit-; cumulated to fill one of the large church "roll up their sleeves and pilch in" when it's apple butter diss Helen Ann Ostermann of krrollton. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Klein of ort Wanye Ind., spent the week- nd with Mrs. Klein's mother, flrs. S. F. March. Mr. and Mrs. John Allala and Mrs. Leo Simonds of this city and heir guest, Mrs. Margaret Gray )f Detroit, Mich., were dinner guests Saturday evening in Rood- louse of Mr. and Mrs. William Vigils. Sunday guests of Mrs. Herbert Harr were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morganstern and family of PincU- neyville. Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints, Fifth and Lorena Avenues. During the first few days, the male factions works in shifts when they can spare a few hours from their jobs, and on the final Saturday of the project a full crew of man power assists with cooking, stirring and clean-up. Not only do the men get into he act, but youngsters too, find the old fashioned copper kettles, jubbling over the open fires in the church yard, a fascinating sight, and gather 'round 'just to watch'. They vie for the honor of throwing a little wood on the fire and for the privelege of taking a turn with the huge wooden paddles used to stir steaming, reddish brown mixture with the ten- talizing spicy fragrance. Friday, the apple butter mafc- ing' "parlors" were visited by eight classes of third and fourth grade students of the Lorena Avenue Schools, and their teach- jtle'. 'copper kettles, a gallon of apple Sponsored by the Woman's De-i cider is added, and the mixture is partment of the church in benefit cooked four hours. Spices, consisting of red hot candies and oil of cinnamon, are added with the sugar, and the mass is cooked another four hours in the copper kettle over the open fire. The finished prod- of the church building fund, Mrs. Glenn Lash and Mrs. Dean Whitlock, co-chairmen, stated: "This is our third year of making apple butter as a major project. We have increased production each year. Our first year we made up 10 bushels of apples and it seems to go over pretty well, so last year we used 15, and this year we have increased to 22 bushels of apples, which will produce about 400 pints of apple butter- barely enough to fill our advance orders". uct is returned to kitchen, where it is the church sealed in sterilized pint fruit jars. The project takes three full days of work by the full crew of volunteers of the church—e i g h t to ten working at a time. "In the three years the apple butter has netted a profit of ap- Mr. Wallace of Sparta, Tenn. Mrs. Wallace was formerly Miss Jean Landon of Jerseyville. The xmple has a son, John Harold, 4. Attend Training School JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. H. F. Henderson, Mrs. Carrie Watts, Mrs. Raymond Smith, Mrs. Thomas Linn and Miss Josephine Stahl, attended a district training school for officers of the Wo- ice in Granite City Tuesday. Marringc License Issued JERSEYVILLE — A marriage license was issued in the office of County Clerk Linda Crotchet! Friday to John W. Lampmann of Boston, Mass., and Jane A. Lampman of Oak Park, 111. The marriage will just add an "n" to the bride's present name. Despite the similarity of names the couple is not related. Guests at Beach Home JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Wilma K. Beach entertained at dinner Saturday evening at her home her guests including Miss Francis E. Smith of Wood River, Mrs. W. J. Camp, Miss Hazel Flautl and Mrs. Frances Tweedy of Jerseyville. Parents of Son JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Odelehr of Golden Eagle have given the name James Anthony to their infant son born at Community Hospital. The baby weighed 6 pounds 15 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Brundies of Meppen and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Odelehr of Brussels. Mrs. Odelehr before her marriage was Miss Jeanette Brund- cs. Other children of the couple are Donna Marie 3 and Lisa Ann 2. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. John Summers of Jerseyville are the parents of a girl born at 9:40 a.m. Sept. 13 in the Jersey Com munity Hospital. They have named the baby Paula Lucille and she weighed 8 pounds 2% ounc es. The baby is a granddaughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Ferg Summer of Jerseyville; and is a great- men's Society of Christian Serv-granddaughter of Mrs. Grace 'Look, Frank, you'll love this ... the very tree you carved our initials on when we were kids! Tucket of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. John Ford of Jerseyville. Mrs. Summers before her marriage was Miss Lula Meyer. Other children in the family are Vicki Kay 9, Connie 4%, Dale Eugene 2% and William Franklin, 1. Announce Birth of Boy JERSEYVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. Derald Waters of Jerseyville are announcing the birth of a son at 6:55 p.m. Sept. 13 in the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby has been named Brian Derald and he weighed 7 pounds 15'/a ounces. He is a grandson of Mrs. Lela Finch of Grafton, Roscoe Plummer and Mrs. Florence Waters of Jerseyville. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Waters was Miss Ruth Plummer. GRAND OPENING FIFE TRIM SERVICE 210 Cooper St.—East Alton (Formerly with Piosa Nursery) FREE TRIM SERVICE to the 1st, 5th and lOrii customer during the Grand Opening week. SEPT. 13 thru SEPT. 20 7 Years Experience—Free Estimates Phone 259.2990 Though planning for the proj-1 proximately $500 for the church ect, and gathering up the needed equipment is done a few days ahead, we really get down to work seriously when the apples get here, they explained. Leroy Ferguson, Clay Reven- burg and Glenn Laash made the its Pepsi-for those who think young * Today we get more out of life because we put more in-more activity, loon lively, modern ideas. This is the life for Pepsi-light, bracing, clean- tasting Pepsi. In stores, at fountains, think young. Say "Pepsi, please!" V * "Wtt-COlV* *!»• ••»I*U ! * ill lUPUrtMl •* HflHO* M*m*. M. U.».*«.«NfcJ Bottled by Pepsi-Cola Alton Bottling Co., 2523 East Broadway, under appointment from Pepsi-Cola Company, New York Here are the ANSWERS for your news quiz: PART 1: 1-b; 2-b; 3-a; 4-c; 5-True PART 11: 1-c; 2-a; 3-e; 4-b; 5-d PART III: 1-e; 2-c; 3-a; 4-d; 5-b SYMBOL QUIZ: 1-f; 2-e; 3-a; 4-g; 5-h; 6-d; 7-j;8.c;9.i;10.b building fund", Mrs. Lash reported. Party Honors Carrollton Girl CARROLLTON — Miss Mary Lois Koster, whose birthday was Saturday, was guest of honor at a surprise party planned by a group of her friends and given at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Koster. In the group were Miss Margaret Kir-j bach, Miss JoDell Tapen, Miss' Martha Kinser, Miss Kay Atchison and Miss Linda Holterfield. Entertains Employes CARROLLTON — Employes and their wives of the Rockbridge Elevator Co. at Rockbridge were guests at a baseball game in St. Louis Monday evening. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whittaker, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Greene and Mr. and Mrs: Ray H. Roll. They were accomp- | anied by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Huber of Highland. Eldred ELDRED—The monthly meet- jing of the Legion Auxiliary was held Friday evening at the American Legion Hall. Mrs. Doris Wheeler joined the organization. Hostesses were: Mrs. Mary Clark, Mrs. Mary Reynolds, Mrs. Ethel Holford and Mrs. Esther Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Havelka and daughter, Darla, spent the weekend in Chicago as guests of Mrs. Havelka's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Rasplica and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Whiteside attended a reunion of former pupils and teachers of the Oak Grove School at the Shelter House in Lions Park in White Hall Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Bert Brannan and Mr. and Mrs. William Brannan spent several days last week with relatives in Missouri. They visited the George Chaffin and James Brannan families at Oxley and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bar- wiek at Poplar Bluff. Rev. and Mrs. Norvin Blake and daughter, Sylvia, of Macomb, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Flatt. Sylvia served as flower girl at the Miss Carolyn Ray- Terry Flatt wedding Saturday evening at the First Baptist Church in Jerseyville. Rev. Blake is a former pastor of the Baptist Church here and called on several friends Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Handlin entertained Saturday evening in observance of the second birthday of their daughter, Kimberly. Guests were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Handlin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Evans of Carrollton, and Larry, Karen, Janet and Kelly Hundlin. Buy now for the !w^he^ata4^t* m " ^'^ x <- > > ^ i v. . x . ^. i>.vj, f •<„, ,-', !'\.. St'^i't !> » > -",-"- C-te t heed In a washer? Clean clothes, Of course. But A - - a)" 1 ' i With Frigidairc, every washer has Ac rumiing water f GIANT 12-LB. TUB! CAIRO — Nasser has asked several of his officers to go to the U.S. and study some of the battles of the Civil War. 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