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September 17, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Tucks are Tops PRINTED PATTERN Stroll out on brisk fall days in this lean sheath with easy- sew tucks for top interest. Band neckline and Moused waist—chic details. Printed Pattern 4767: Misses Sixes 10, 12, K 16, 18. Size 16 requires 3Vg 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 Style Number. Pattern Free! Mail coupon inside new Fail-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. PAGE NINE 3,383 Enrolled in Unit 7 This Year BETHALTO - Bethalto scho< system has 3,383 students enrol ed this year, an increase of 2. over last year, it was reported a the school board meeting Monda night. The total includes the first t the twelfth grades, kindergarten and a special class, with the jun ior class at Civic Memorial hav ing the largest increase of students. Kindergarten had an in crease of 60 students. The sixt grade has a decrease of 31 stu dents. The board approved payment o 57,185 to contractors and the arch tect for work on the four - room addition to Forest Homes Ele mentary School. Kermit L. Harden, superintend >nt, said construction is nearing completion and waivers of lien are now being received in prepar ation for final acceptance of th building. Harden announced the employ ment of three new teachers. They are: Miss Patricia Grayson, Flor ssant, Mo., who will teach the irst grade at Cottage Hills Grade School; Dee Jones, Alton, who i 11 teach science at Wilbui Yimpe Junior High School; and nvin Martin, Bloomington, w h o vill teach music at the junior liigl nd at Civic Memorial High chool. i Rotarians See Film Narrated By Bob Richards WOOD RIVER - A film nar ated by tha Rev. Bob Richards, ormer pole vaulting champion, -as shown to Wood River Rotai- ans M mday afternoon at the irst Presbyterian Church. Richards said today's society an "age of mediocrity," and dded that "we are letting life idld us instead of molding our ves." He also said that sports pre- ire people for the hard knocks life. He described the sports- an as an active person striving for a goal with the power to overcome obstacles. Sportsmen with spiritual commitments make winners, he said. Clint Tucker reported that the Rotarians lost to the Lions in the annual golf tournament at Lockhaven last Thursday, 11 to 7. Visiting Alton Rotarians were: I. H. Streeper, Ralph Luken, John A. Willams, Ed Foeller, Bob Goulding, Chuck Freeman, N. L. Carson and B. Y. Morgan. vy At&toi* Easy and Lovely Picture these aprons made of red or green checked gingham, holly in cross-stitch. Red berries and deep green leaves were put on 7-to-the-inch checked gingham. Use check this or about .same si/,e, Pattern 7llk charts, directions. Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for ench pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, care of Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft Dept., P. 0. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print Plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address and Zone., Biggest Bargain in Needlecraft History! New 1964 Needlecraft Catalog has over 200 designs, costs only 25 cents! A "must" Woodburn WOODBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Grase of Granite City visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Strohbeck. Miss Agnes Smalley of Carlinville and Mrs. Gladys Wright of Shipman visited Sunday with friends here. Mrs. George Rose has returned home after being a medical patient for two weeks in the Carlinville Area Hospital. Mrs. Dewey Strohbeck and Miss Lillian Elliott visited Saturday with Mrs. Enza Cameron in n iliespie. The Growing Christian Guild of the Congregational Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Bill Walker Thursday at 7:30 p.m. J. L. Pennington visited his sister, Mrs. Cleda Smith, at Belleville Sunday. Mrs. Clarence Gray fell and Roxana PTA Will Meet Thursday ROXANA — The Roxana Parent Teacher Assn. for the Burbank - Edison Schools will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the gymnasium of the Edison School. The new grading system will be discussed by the teachers and refreshments will be served by the executive board. Visits Relatives Here ROXANA - Mrs. Maude Fanning of Scottville spent the past week visiting her brother-in-law Man- and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ning Patterson of Kendall Hill; ler granddaughters and their 'amilies; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zipprich and sons of E. Sixth street, and Mr. and Mrs. Louie DeWitt and children of E. Seventh street; and her nephews and their famil- es, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patterson and children of E. Third street, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson and family of Edwards- i ville. Attend Funeral Today ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Bily O'Neal and daughters, Paula and Debbie of 306 Doerr Ave., at- ended the funeral today in Harrisburg of her cousin, D o 1 e n Twitchell. who was in an auto ac- :ident Saturday morning and died Sunday morning. Greene Club to Sponsor Horse Shoiv Sunday GREENFIELD — A 10-event vestern horse show, sponsored by he Greene County Saddle Club, vill be held at the Greenfield City Lake arena Sunday afternoon tarting at 1:30. Trophies and ribbons will be awarded to winners in the plea- ure, model, barrel, flag, keyhole, nd pole-bending classes. The olt class will be divided into two lasses, one for 1962 colts, and ne for 1963 colts. The grand prize of a saddle will e awarded to the high-point orse and rider of the season. While a rider may have used everal horses, winnings on only ne horse is allowed. The saddle nd some trophies for the Sept. 2 horse show are on display at Srammeier's Shoe Store in Greenfield. 4 From Edwardsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Four rea residents were admitted Monday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and five .patients were discharged. Admitted were: Jerome Haqke- thal, Rte. 4; Thomas Levora, 508 Montclaire; Mrs. Marciel Schmid, 813 Kingshighway and Joseph Chartrand, Rte. 1. Discharged were: Mrs. Marilee Jackson, 1609 Bryant; William Webb, 1329 St. Louis; Mrs. Margaret Stroud, 739 Hale; Wilbur Schmidt, 327 "M" St.; and William Straube, 720 Bollman. Medical Men Tour Refinery At Wood River WOOD RIVER - Approximately 40 members of the medical profession including members of the Alton Medical society were guests of American Oil Co. at a dinner meeting Monday night. Dr. Gilbert Collings, medical director of American Oil from Chicago spoke on "Occupational Medicine." Preceeding the dinner meeting, the medical men were taken on a tour of the Wood River refinery by Richard Judson, refinery public relations director. The group toured the new air conditioned mechanical shops of the refinery where George Nauyok explained the operation. Carl Ullmann, general foreman of the refinery's Light Oils Division, explained the cat cracker operation. PARIS — Several French auto makers have termed a proposal to build cars in California :ompletely unsound. as Denies Railroad's Motion to Switch Courts for Injury Suit SPRINGFIELD, 111., (Special) — The Illinois Supreme Court has denied the motion by the Southern Railroad Co. for leave to transfer a $68,000 personal injury suit to an Illinois circuit court. The railroad claimed the Gran- 'te City city court lacked venue, that the company had no railroad operation in Granite City. The lower court held against a venue motion. City Judge Fred P. Schuman ruled the railroad, while it had no operation in Granite City, did maintain person- el in the city for the purpose of soliciting business and that this eolicitation through its Granite City contact "constituted a "doing of business" sufficient justify no change of venue. The' personal injury suit was by Paul F. Estes Jr., Knoxville, Tenn. who sought damages for injuries and for court costs as a result of an accident he claims occurred in the Knoxville yards on July 6, 1959, where he was employed as a car helper. The accident happened as he fell and tripped over an old door end of a gondola car. Estes filed in the Granite City Court under the Federal Employ ers Liability Act on May 7, 1962. , . The suit charged that the fall prevented various times accident, Fall's Smartest Hair Styles ure from ,. 102 E. Broadway—Alton DIAL 462-2111 fairs and business. In denying the motion of thi railroad for, a change of venue to an Illinois circuit court, Schu man said the railroad has a .west ern traffic office in St. Louis for solicitation of business in Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and the southern half of Illinois and that its con tact in Granite City and Madison County was the same as in other areas for contacting potential shippers and receivers to use its facilities. BELFAST — Unemployed work ers in Northern Ireland are being asked not to go down to London for sitdown demonstrations. Princess "ES? 55 E. Ferguson, Wood River 116 E. Main, Epsl Alton 1106 Milton Road, Alton NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED! County Share Of Sales Tax To Be $17,120 EDWARDSVILLE - Net receipts to Madison County for June from the half-cent county sales tax collected by the state will be $17,120, according to notice received by County Clerk Eulalia Hotz from the Illinois Department of Revenue. Gross tax collections were $17,834.72, less a $1.39 deduction for protested taxes and $713.33 retained by the state revenue agency Join Our SLIM & TRIM CLUB SLENDERIZING the easy, inexpensive way. Ask for details. Paulene's Montlcello Plaza 2,073 Oil ami Gas _ Wells Drilled to Date DENVER (AP)-Petroleum Information said today that 2,073 dl and gas wells were completed in Western states in the first eight months of this year. under a four per cent allowance for administrative expense. OMEGA and HAMILTON WATCHES See Our Selection EDWARD OTT JEWELER Authorized Distributor Stratford Hotel Bldg. nmversary & (Non-Selling) JACOBY Qualify and fractured her hip last week. She is a patient at the Carlinville Area Hospital. No Action Taken Wood River Studies Refuse Hauling Bids embroider, quilt, smock, do crewelwork. Hurry, send 2. K cents right now. Mother's Helper fcy Htlw.im fr fort** JOINTED CARDBOARD puppet* are fun to make. Draw rou«b outline* of head •nd neck, arms, body, legs. Your child can color the*e in •ny way the wants. Patted- on yarn can be used for hair. You'd better help with the cutting outs (or do it all), Join the piece* with paper fastener*, makinf the hole* blf 10 the Joint* are l»o*e. Tie a «trln( on top to "dance"" the puppet. • i»M, MIV vert Hutu Trttwn*. Ink The Wood River City Council [Monday night examined five gar liage and trash hauling bids by «'iitside contractors but no immediate action was taken. The council indicated it would ftct on the matter at .a specia meeting next Monday. The council had asked bidders to submit bids on both a three and five-year basis and also asked that the contractor purchase the city's garbage hauling equipment at a cost of $25,000. While discussing the matter the contractors — for the most part — indicated that they could give bet- ler bids if they would not have to absorb the city's equipment. One bidder in fact lopped of 134,000 fi-om his bid over the five- year period, which means if the equipment were just left to stand, the city would be $9,000 better off than to require that contractor to purchase the equipment. The general feeling of the con- tactors was that they did not want the equipment, which brought about the council's de cision to allow them to subm additional bids excluding pur chase of the city equipment. Bids submitted by the contrac ors Monday night, which include purchase of the city's equipmen listing the three-year bid, followe by the 'five-year bid, shows: Mic west Sanitary Service — $67,760 $67,944.; Modern Utilities, Inc. of Belle vil)e - $74,960.,$71,268; Unitet Disposal Service, St. Louis ~ $75,036., same for five-year bid Suburban Haulers, Jnc., St. Loui — $76,800, and the same for fiv< years; St. Louis Disposal Servici - $92,280., $81,600. In a supplementary report t( the garbage bids prepared bj City Manager Carlton Laird, i was noted that for the city's 1963 'iscal year which ended April 30 the city paid $94,423 to haul gar bage and trash, not including social security and retiremen costs on the employes doing the work, which adds another $5,300 GODFREY BEAUTY SALON in Godfrey Foodshop Building. 2 Beauticians to Serve You/ it DOROTHY HILL * BETTY JOHNSON SPECIAL! Last Two Reg. $10 Reg. 12,50 Wltkt In Septimbir Permanent Permanent *8 80 '10 BIBS. CARL ROSA, Owner Dial 466-0800 This motto set forth by our Pounder 80 years ago has helped keep Jacoby's 80 years "Young" rather than 80 years "old." If you think about this motto for a second, you'll see that to have 80 years of service to-this community, by 3 generations of one family, the entire store must have/been, and must be, at all times young and enthusiastic, in their business approach. To keep young, it has required that Jacoby's be always changing to meet the needs of the Alton Area, but using, for the customers' good — 80 years of furniture experience. •^ To meet this requirement you'll find the newest in styles, colors, and ideas— the best of service to insure customer satisfaction—the best sales staff trained to help you in the proper furniture selection—the largest selection of furniture in this area—the best credit plans to help you pay for your purchase in the way that suits you best. Come in and browse, see for yourself—help, us celebrate our 80th anniversary —80 years "Young." Choose Your Heart's Desire Tonight Til 9:00 and all Day Wednesday, 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Drawing Wednesday, 9:00 P.M.! \ Complete List Of Prizes! YOU COULD WIN YOUR HEART'S DESIRE IF YOUR CARD IS DRAWN FROM THE WISHING WELL TOMORROW NITE AT 9! 1. Your Heart's Desire 2. $129.50 Daystrom 7-Piece Dinette Set The rules are simple! There's nothing to buy. Just choose n ... rtn „ ir Heart's Desire from our entire stock of furniture, fill out 3< $99 ' 00 Stearn s & Foster Mattress and Box Spring your Heart's Desire from our entire stock of furniture, fill out an entry blank stating your choice and deposit it in our Wish- 4. $89.85 Mersman Table Grouping Well. 2 End Tables and 1 Cocktail Table The person whose card is d r a w n first by Mayor Day on 5. $79.50 Simmons Beautyrest Mattress Wednesday, September 18th, 1963, at 9:00 P.M. will receive his 6 . $45.00 Howell 3-Piece Dinette Set Heart s Desire as stated on his card —a Gift from Jacoby's _ _,_. A _ m regardless of its cost. You need not be present to win and 7 ' W** 0 ™***™™ Table 9'°up- there's no obligation. Z Ena Tables And that's not all — the six additional prizes listed at the •right will be awarded to the holders of the next five cards drawn from the Wishing Well. Many factory representatives on hand to answer your questions about furniture and furnishings. Free Parking at 3 Locations- 1. At the Rear of Our Store—As Usual 2. Alton Banking and Trust Co. (enter off 4th St.) After 3:30 3. Alton Savings and Loan Assn. (Enter off 4th St.) after 5:00 /twifod tkthuiq to Buy 627 E. BROADWAY C. j. Jocoby & Co. Inc. ALTON, ILLINOIS \

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