Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 18, 1963 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 18, 1963
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1963 E. F. Honke $1,025 Reported Stolen Retires From A W7 , n . » American Oil At Wood Klver Lounge WOOD RIVER Elmrr F. Honke, 223 S. Srvpnth St.. retired from thr local rofinery of thr American Oil Co.. Tuesday with more than 43 years of service with the company-a record surpassed by only four other em- ployes of the local plant. A native of Illinois, Honke began his service with Anieri can Oil as a WOOD RIER — L e r o y ' s Lounge at Sixth and Tennyson streets was reportedly burglarized of $1.025 in cash early Tuesday morning police reports showed today. Owner LcRoy McVey reported the theft of the money from his safe late Tuesday morning. He told investigating officers that he had left the premises about a.m. Tuesday. Two $50 checks and one for laborer April 5, | $]0 wcre also sto |en, McVey said. 1 fl 2 0, just 13 A check of the premises showed nothing else missing, he added. Investigating officers could find no signs of forced entry into either the tavern or the safe. years after tho beginning of Ihr local plant. A few months later he became a fireman in tho Crude Department, and in 192(5 was transferred to the Heavy Oils Division as a helper. He was ele vated to the jobs of pumper in 1932, and promoted to the position of Shift Foreman in the Heavy Oils Division in 1949. Honke was honored at a party by fellow employes and was pre senfed a watrh by the Plant Management in recognition of his many years of service. TOKYO — A survey of the Japanese entertainment industry has revealed the fact that a great number of stripteasers now to be seen in shows throughout Japan are of Korean origin. 11 Milton Cubs Receive Awards Awards were given to 11 boys of Cub Pack 15 of Milton School Tuesday night. The boys were Robert Stewart, Mike Jennings, Steven Schrumpf, Steven Harvey, Russell Beers, Jeff Clayton, Bernard Hinners, Ronnie Fowler, David Elliott, Ricky Murphy, Chris Starbuck. Welcomed into the pack from Pack 10 was Lynn Stauffer. A meeting will be held Sept. 25 for all the new boys and their parents. Wood River Lions Hear Ken Evers WOOD RIVER — Ken Evers, manager of the Edwardsville office of (he Illinois Bell Telephone Co.. spoke on "The Defense of Our Nation" as the program fea Hire at the Tuesday dinner meeting of the Lions Club in Skagg's Steak House. Evers used a map of the United States and Canada to illustrat his explanation of the radar ale: system which surrounds the tw countries, and spoke of the unde ground system being constructs for the protection of our commun cation system in the event o attack. Richard Judson, president, rr. quested members to investigat the whereabouts of the "cartoo poster" the club used on the lawn of members, negligent in attew ancc at meetings. Ollie Schoenhosen reported higl lights of the District 1-G mee ing and workshop held at Wor den Thursday. 3 From Edwardsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Three urea residents were admitted Tuesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, six patients were discharged and one birth recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cluster, 419 Cass, a daughter, :it 2:35 a.m. today, weight seven pounds fourteen ounces. The mother is Ihc former Patricia Belts. Admitted were: Mrs. Cecils Zoellcr. Rle. 5: Clyde Blackburn, | 629 Vanclalia; Ave., and Noah Hall | 321 East Schwarz. j Discharged were: Mrs. Betty J Krapf, 311 State; Mrs. Russeil | Miller and son, Glen Carbon; Frank Vanek, Rte. 4; Irvin Determan, 224 VVyandotte; Mrs. Estelle Hagcr, 516 Bosnian: and Carl Wehner, 1104 Madison. Rabbit is Deluded ROME — A rabbit now under care in an Italian zoo is said by phychiatrists to think himself to be a duck. StuCo Heads Are Installed At W. Junior Student council officers were installed in connection with a constitution Day program at West Junior High School Tuesday. The event was marked by a talk by Harry Marshall, Alton attorney. Mary Wiebmer was installed student council president; Jim Sunderland. vice-president; Susan Wood, secretary; Donald Parish, treasurer. Home room representatives also were installed and the school band par.ic'paled in the program. The following were elected cheerleaders: Jean Adney, Maria Sweeney, Susan Moehle, Debbie Pollard, Connie Volner and Cathy Schwartz, with Susan Dehner and Nancv Kried as alternates. Roxatia Lets Contract For Garage Addition ROXANA — A contract was awarded to the Caroline Construction Co. for an addition to the present garage at Roxana's Community park at a meeting of the Park Board Monday evening. Receipts from the pool from the last meeting night were listed at $550.20. The pool is now being winterized. Bills amounting to $841.70 were paid. The recreation board met following the park board meeting and allowed bills amounting to $lfi.2(i. UPW Association*! Meeting ROXANA — United Presbyterian Women of the First Presbyterian Church held their associational meeting Monday evening at the church. The church and society committee presented a panel discussion on the pronouncements of the church. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY...KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS Premium Features at a Value Price This set is packed with features you'd expect to pay more to get. tHand-wired chassis, precision crafted with modern hand and dip soldering for circuit connections of high reliability. All tubes are Premium Rated . . . built and tested to Motorola's own rigid specifications. Tinted filter glass helps reduce annoying reflections, especially helpful since you can turn this set to practically any angle. Come in and see our complete assortment of 1964 Motorola models and styles. MOTOROLA TV Full Year Guarantee Manufacturer's one year guarantee covers free exchange or repair of any' component proven defective in normal use. Arranged through selling dealer. Labor extra. Fine-furniture styling Magazine shell really sets off the styling of this superbly crafted set. Features two 5' x 7" Golden Voice* speakers for fine tone quality. High gain, reliable Frame Grid Tuner provides excellent reception. $ 238 88 Hand-wired Chassis' Model 19P35 ~ •« Ideal second set Motorola's popular Tartan 19 (overall diag. tube meas.; 172 sq. in. picture viewing area) has pop-up handle . . . and Magic-Mast* $ Antenna System. 139 88 MOTOROL CLOCK RADI Tandem Clock Radio« Portable, too A great new idea in radio—a clock radio and a portable in one. It lulls you to sleep and wakes you—has a buzzer alarm. Radio plays on AC current or batlery. Quickly separates from clock to become a portable. But clock continues to run. All-transistor chassis for long life, reliability. CX2, in sturdy two-tone brown molded cjbinel. • Powerful, ralUblt ptriorminci M9" MOTOROLA *Tiide«urk ol Moloioli ALTON B. F. Goodrich 440 E. Broutlwuy J&R Auto 403 Belle L&L. Furniture 100 W. 4th BETHALTO Piro Radio & TV Serv. 711 N. PruirlB Bethtronics 116 Bethalto Drive EAST ALTON H & W Radio & TV 500 W. St. Louis McCrory's Eat.tgttte Shopping Center EDWARDSVILLE Meyer TV 325 N. Main GODFREY Ritchey's Home Sup. Clifton Terrace ltd. HARTFORD Varble Radio & TV 100 N. Delniur WOOD RIVER Sparks TV & App. Central & Acton SALE STARTS SEPTEMBER 19th Grants-Own Brand...Grant-Crest Wash and Hang DRAW DRAPES GRANTS-OWN BRAND GRANT-CREST TIERS EASY-CARE STYLES FOR FALL 30". 36" long REGULARLY 1.99 Sale 1.57 Rayon challis with stripe, ric-rac trim, Dacron'® polyeit.r 3-tier bouffant. with lifetime color guarantee! 162 size & color combinations* Sale 4.93 Single width, 63" long. .REGULARLY 5.99 Sale 11.33 Double width, 63" long. -REGULARLY 13.99 Real beauty buys at big savings! Self-patterned cotton and rayon in white and decorator colors — at home in traditional or modern settings. Guaranteed fade- proof for the life of the drapes, or your money back! SINGLE WIDTH 72" long, Reg. 6.9990" long, Reg. 7.99. -SALE 5.93 -SALE 6.33 DOUBLE WIDTH 72" long, Reg. 14.9990" long, Reg. 16.99- -SALE 12.33 -SALE 14.33 Single width to wall-to-wall.. .Sill length to floor length... all thrift-priced at Grants •In (lock or ruth ord.rtd GRANTS-OWN BRAND GRANT-CREST* ANTIQUE SATIN DRAW DRAPES WITH 2-YEAR FADEPROOF GUARANTEE if Rayon acetate; satin weave back if New drapes or money back, if colors fade within 2 yrs. from purchase Single width: 63, 72, 90" long *«•!«* O OO Double width: 63" long ^--l-^ ^f A 4 REGULARLY 3.79 and 3,99 3CIIfr «J««Wpr. REGULARLY 8.99 9QIC / *T Jpr. Double width, 72 or 90" long-REGULARLY 9.99. Sale 8.93 OTHER EXCITING FALL STYLES 30", 36" long REGULARLY 2.99 Sale 2.44 Valances 1.79 SUPER-WIDE COTTON BATISTE TIER • Easy-care, easy- wash • Little or no ironing • 78" wide per pair • White and colors P r « SPECIAL PURCHASE Valance _ 67c GRANTS-OWN BRAND GRANT-CREST CAFES 30", 36" long Sale 1.57 REGULARLY 1.99 Valances 1.29 & 1.39 pr. Wash and hang Fiberglas* glass fiber; white, colors. COTTON CORDUROY DECORATOR CUSHIONS Sale 1.17 SPiCIAL PURCHASE • Your choice of 3 smart shapes . A variety of bright colors Colfon sailcloth in attractive provincial print. GRANTS-OWN BRAND GRANT-CREST JACQUARD SHORTIES Sale 3.97 REGULARLY 4.99 Lustrous blend of 65% cotton, 35% rayon; machine washable, ne.ed no ironing. Pinch-pleated tops, 3" bottom hems. White and colors. 45" and 54" long. 63" long, Regularly 5-99 SALE 4.97 Doublt widths, Reg. 11.99-13.99 SALE 10.97-12.97 DACRON NINOK TAILORED CURTAINS Sale 2.88 SPECIAL PURCHASE pr. Fresh white Dacron* polyester in sheer ninon weave. Double stitched sides for straight hanging. care...just rinse them clean, no ironing ne 81" and 90" Long Charge-It"...No money down...30 days or months to pay ANTIQUE SATIN , QUILTED BEDSPREAD Sale 5,97 REGULARLY 6.99 Handsoine quilted top, 3-way drop.p| rayon, acetate satih. White, gold or champagne.,.guaranteed against fading for 2 years. Twin or full size. Matching Caft CurtaJfii, R«g. 2.99 _5Ali 2.67 Open lOfl-rn. to' p.m. Sunday 12:30 p.m. tp 5*30 p.m. CO

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