Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1972 · Page 36
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 36

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 23, 1972
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Obituaries Juttemeyer Alice M. .Ttittemeyer, 81, of 5518 Ladue Dr. in Godfrey died at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Eunice Smith Nursing Home. She had been a patient there since March 24, Ifl72. She had been ill for the past year. She was bom July 20, 1S91, In Salem, N.J. She was a member of the First Congregational Church in Alton, the Ladles' Benevolent Society of the church and the Mothers' Auxiliary of DeMolay. She is survived by her husband. J. E. Juttemeyer; one brother. Raymond Morris of East Alton; three sisters, Miss Emma Morris of Godfrey, Mrs. Geraldine Nottelmann of Godfrey and Mrs. Alex Fox of Godfrey. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Friday at Gent. Chapel with the Rev. Robert C. Kemper presiding. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Visitation will be at Gent's after 3 p.m. Thursday. First Congregational Church has been named as a memorial. Jolmessee GREENFIELD - Orvin N. Johnessee, 74, of Greenfield died at 8:25 p.m. Tuesday in Greenfield. He was born Jan. 31, 1898 in Walkerville and was married to Mabel Wilton Dec. 1,1921. Beside his wife he is survived by two sons, Richard of Hannibal, Mo., and Nelson of Omaha, Neb.; and five grandchildren; He was a former garage owner, school bus main- tainence man, fire chief and policeman in Greenfield. He was a member of the National Assn. of Watch and Clock Collectors. Services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Shields Memorial Home in Greenfield. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Thursday. 27. She had been ill for three days. She was born in Alton Sept. 8. 1044 and was a 19R2 graduate of Alton High School. She was a housewife and married Henry Moore in Rradrnton. Fla. in 1B64. She was a member of Alton Community Church of God In Christ. Reside her husband, she is survived by her father, Otis Washpun; two daughters, Angela and Kimberly ann; two sons. Henry Jr. and Edward M., all at home; four brothers, Otis Washpun Jr. of Oakland, Calif., Clark E. Washpun of Rochester, N.Y., Gregory Washpun of Detroit, Mich, and Clark Washpun of Alton; two sisters, Ollena Washpun of Alton and Mrs. Joan Pittman of Alton; and a grandmother, Mrs. Lillie Washpun of Alton. Friends may call at the Anderson Funeral Home from 7 p.m. to fl p.m. Thursday, and funeral services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. at the Alton community church of God in Christ with the Rev. Henry S. Conners presiding. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Buck Moore Mrs. Yvonne Moore of 674 Joesting in Alton died at 2:10 p.m. Monday at Alton Memorial Hospital. She was Alton, Wood River, Bethalto Dwiggins Mrs. Olga J. Dwiggins, 51, of 2114 Norside Drive in Alton died today at 5 a.m. at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. She had been in the hospital for three weeks. She was a secretary and cashier at the Owens-Illinois Godfrey division for 10 years. She was a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church. Beside her husband. Albert, DAVID ILCH Services 9:30 am Thursday, Cent Chapel Burial Upper Alton Cemetery In slate at the chapel after 7 pm today. Rosary 8 pm tonight. RUTH L BOYLE Services 11 am Thursday, St. Ambrose Cluuvh Burial Valhalla Memorial Park In state at the chapel today. Kosary 7:30 pm tonight. HARRY L BUCK Srrvicvs 1 pm Friday, d'lit Chapel Hc-v. Paul S. Kivbs official ins Burial Valhalla. Memorial park In stale at the chapel alter -' pm Thursday CHARLES M. GREELING Services 3 pm Friday, Gi nt Chapel Key. Walter H. Kn b.> oificiatmg li'.u-iiil Vblhaila Memorial Park In state ai the chapel aller -3 pin Thursday ALICE M. JUTTEMEYER Servn.-i-s ?1 aiu Friday, Gent Chapel liev. Jloijcrt C. Kernpei •jlliciatiny Burial I'pj.-ei Alton C.Vint-n-ry In slate at the '-hap'-l aiu-i ,'i pin Thuisday. she Is survived by one son, David, at home; her mother, Mrs. Christina Rosack of Alton; one sister, Mrs. Kenneth Love of Oklahoma City, Okla.; and one brother, William Rosack of Denver, Colo. Visitation will be Thursday nt 2 p.m. at Staten Funeral Home and rosary will be recited Thursday at 8:30 p.m. Funeral mass will be Friday at in a.m. at St. Ambrose Church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Bostick Harry L. Buck, 64, of 1115 State St., Alton died at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday at St. Anthony's Hospital. He had been an Alton resident all his life and had been ill for the past two years. He was a painting contractor in partnership with his brother in the Fred Buck and Sons Painting and Decorating Co. He was born Oct. 13, 1907, in ' Alton and married the former Miss Mary Ellen Miller Aug. 27, 1033 in Alton. He was a member of First Baptist Church in Alton and was past president of the Alton Optimist Club of which he remained a member. He was also a member of VFW Post 130S, the American Legion and the Alton-Wood River Sportsman's Club. He was a deep-sea diver during World War II in the U.S. Navy. Beside his wife, he is sui^vived by two brothers, W. Everett Buck of Belvidere and Charles Ruck of Alton. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Friday at Cient Chapel with the Rev. Paul S. Krebs presiding. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Thursday. Florence Ellen Bostick, 59, of Rte. 2, Bunker Hill, died at Alton Memorial Hospital Tuesday at 8:45 p.m. She is survived by her husband, Irving; and one daughter, Mrs. Verla Ballard of Alton; two sons, Richard Hausman of Alton and Ronald Hausman of Bethalto; two stepdaughters, Barbara Smith of Phoenix, Ariz, and Mrs. Jacqueline Henss of Trenton; one stepson, Dean Bostick, U.S. Army, Cyprus; 12 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Edna Skelton of Alton and Mrs. Mae Magulre of Rockbridge; and one brother, Charles Wyzard of Bethalto. Funeral services will be Friday at 11 a.m. at the Jacoby-Wisc Funeral Home in Bunker Hill. Burial will be in Woodburn Cemetery. The Rev. Robert Watson will preside. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Thursday. The family has designated the Madison County Association for Retarded Children as a memorial. Schafer EDWARDSVILLE — Miss Katharine C. Schafer, 91, of 218 McKinley St. died at 8 a.m. Tuesday at. her residence. Born AUR. 18, 1881 near Staunton, a daughter of the late Philip and Anna E. Lowenstein Schafer, she had been employed for five years at the Elder shirt factory. She is survived by a sister, Miss Emma L. Schafer of Edwardsville. She was a member of Eden United Church of Christ. Visitation will be after 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Weber Funeral Home where services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Burial will be in Valley View Cemetery. ANNOUNCEMENTS 7A — 23 HAPPY ANNIVERSARY to A Groovy Couple Brother and Sister Hughes, Love, Connie and Alice DARLEN i^I HAPPY BIRTHDAY! 7A _ Fr .° m the 8 |r 's in bookkeeping. HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAR—You're a great gal. From one who loves you. 7A — 23 — . HAPPY ANNIVERSARY — Mother and Daddy. We love you, Debbie, Johnny & Fritz. Legal — 24 Legal 1 Notice Is hereby given that an order dated 7 August 1872 has been issued by the undersigned authorizing the name of the gas screw J-INDA CLAIRE official number 532J09 owned by Thomas B and Lois N. Tucker d/b/a Tom Tucker Auto Co. of which St. Louis Mo. Is the be changed to John J. Scott, Documentation Officer by direction, officer In charge, Marine Inspection Port of St. Louis, Mo Legal 4938—Aug. 16 23 30 '72 PUBLICATION NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS GERMANIA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corporation, (Formerly GERMANIA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION), vs. LONNIE WHITE, LELA GREEN (Formerly LELA WHITE), CITY OF ALTON, a Municipal Cor- poratlon of the State of Illinois, and MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS a Municipal Corporation as Trustee, FORECLOSURE—Case No. 72-E-145 Requisite Affidavit for Publication having been filed, notice is hereby fiivcn to you, LONNIE WHITE, De- tendnnt In an action now pending In the Circuit Court for the Third Judicial Circuit. Madison County, Illinois, by the said Plaintiff, GERMANIA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corporation, praying for foreclosure of the following described property to-wlt- A tract of land in Block Thirty- five (35) In Hull's Subdivision of H part of Hunter's North Liberty Addition to Alton, described as fof- lows, to-wit: licKlning at a point In the Northen.sierly line of Hampton Street HO feet Southeasterly from the intersection of the said Northeasterly line of Hampton Street with the Southeasterly line of Fletcher Street; thence from said beginning point Southeasterly along the Northeasterly line of Hampton Street 40 feet to a point; thence Northeasterly and at right angles to Hampton Street 100 feet to a point thence Northwesterly and parallel with Hampton Street 40 ftet to a point; thence Southwesterly and at right angles to Hampton Street 100 feet to the place of beginning. Said above described tract of land being known as Lot Forty five (45) In Block Number Thirty-five (35) in Mack's Subdivision of Hunter's North Liberty Addition to Alton; Situate in the City of Alton, County of Madison and state of Illinois. Commonly known as 918 Hampton, Alton, Illinois. and for other relief: that summons was duly issued out of said Court against you as provided by law, and that said suit is still pending. NOW THFRF.FORE, unless you IONNIK WHITE. Defendant, file your Answer therein in the said Circuit Court for the Third Judicial f'tri'uit Madison County, Illinois, lu-HI in the Courthouse in Edwards- yille, Illinois, on or before the 18th day of Seou-inbcr, 1972, default may be entered against you at any time after that day and a Decree entered in accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. Dated this llth day of August, A.D., 1972. WILLARD v PORTEI.I. rircuit Clerk. Attorneys for Plaintiff: Holland Maucker, Bernard & Almeter •101 Alton street Alton. Illinois 62002 Telephone: (BIS) 465-7745 In Memoriam IN MEMORY of Carl Bartels, who away 5 years ago. August Today n calls sad memories of a dear om- to rest. And thu- : - wh .> think of him today. Arc the .'in-. U-IKI Ii.yed him best'. Sa.j'v mi--., d l>\ Fam'.h Mo - u-rienrs— Cem. Lots 6 1OI '. — Ku.-.c-laun Mi-muiy 'Jar ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS Legal 1 Legal 4H30 — Aug. 18-23-30 "._ NOTICE OF SALE IN THE ciRCurr COURT FOR THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS STATE BANK OF EAST ALTON, an Illinois Banklns Corporation, Plaintiff—vs—EVA LOUISE VANOIVER, CALVIN VANDIVER, MARILOU VANDIVER, Individually, and d/h/a PARAGON CLEANERS MERCANTILE ALL-IN-ONE LOANS, INC.. a corporation, nnd UNKNOWN OWNERS, Defendants. FORECLOSURE—NO. 72-E-73 Public notice U hereby Riven In pursuance to a Decree made and on- lorert by said Court In the above entitled cause on the llth day of August, 1972, Thomas Gibbons. Associate Circuit Judge, or his successor, will, on the 8th day of September. Ifl72, at the hour of'10:00 o'clock in the forenoon at the Main Street front door of the Courthouse Building In Edwardsvllle, Illinois, County of Matllson, sell to the highest and! best bidder for cash, all and singular, the following described premises and real estate, In said Decree mentioned, situate In the County of Madison, State of Illinois, and described as follows, to-wlt: Lot Number Two Hundred eight in STERLING, a Subdivision In the North Half of Section 21 In Township 5 North, Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian, as the same appears from plat thereof recorded In the Recorder's Office of Madison County, Illinois In Plat Book 10, Page 52. Commonly known as 308 McCasland, East Alton, Illinois. DATED this llth day of August, A.D., 1072. M. S. HISCOTT (SEAL) Associate Circuit Judge Hongland, Maucker, Bernard and Almeter Attorneys for Plaintiff 401 Alton Street Alton, Illinois 62002 Telephone: (618) 465-7745 Personals 7 _ TF Mon.-Wed.-Frl. SERIOUSLY, FOLKS—We have the Finest Selection of Mobile Homes In the Midwest. Storeyland Mobile Homes. 7 _ TF DEAR JOHN: Buy me that new home In Huntlngton Park and I'll come back. Call Bill at 466-1544. STATE REALTY. 7 — 23 TEACHERS — Urgent meeting Wednesday, August 23, 7:30. Alton Hljjh Cafeteria. No contract, no work? Dial 46G-6693. 7 — 16-23-30 LISTEN! Don't make a move until you learn how only $60 down can give you a home of your ownl DIAL 466-6500 ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT. JUN CONSTRUCTION CO. Rummage & Garage Sales 8 8 — 25 10 VOLT AIR CONDITIONER—$35 Cools 2 rooms. 259-1506. 8 — 24 IUGE 5 FAMILY FALL GARAGE SALE — Clothing all sizes, lawn mower, all kinds of housewares. Thursday & Friday, 10 a.m 514 & 518 Vermont, Bethalto. 8 — 23 JARAGE SALE — Wednesday and Thursday, 9-5. Baby furniture, lots of good clean clothing, winter coats, tricycle, twin box springs, tig saw, many miscellaneous Items. 542 George, Wood River. 8 — 23 — GARAGE SALE—Thursday, August 24, 9 to 7 p.m. 459 Park Dr., Bethalto. Tools, large tool chest, humidifier, 2 wood chlfforobes, lavatory, buffet, fireplace logs, treadle sewing machine, curtains, toys, clothes, and misc. No checks. Canceled If rain. g _ 24 CJARAGE AND PATIO SALE — Baby furniture, girls clothing, household goods, misc. articles, Wed., Thurs., Friday. Aug. 23-25, 10 to 5, 723 Euclid, Alton. 8 — 23 YARD SALE — 1000 Marie, Alton. August 23. 24, 10 til 6 p.m. Tent 10 x 16, shaver, hair setter, movie lights, wardrobe, fencing 50 ft., clothing, toys, Polaroid, sweeper and misc. I _ 5 BASEMENT SALE—Tools, furniture, glassware, appliances, misc. 0 to 5. Tuesday thru Saturday. 1704 South Rodgers Ave., Alton. 8 — 24 YARD SALE — Thursday & Friday 9-4:30. Mostly children's cloth- Ing. 3131 Seminary Rd. 23 GARAGE SALE—August 23 nnd 24, 9 to 6 p.m. Play pen. stroller, air conditioners, baby clothes, boys and women's, size 9 to 12, and men's clothing. No pre-sales. 801 Bellevlew, Bethalto. One block north of Lutheran Church. I — 23 LARGE GARAGE SALE — Mon. & Tues., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Clothing & misc. items. One mile east of Humbert Rd. on Bethany Rd., Godfrey. 8 — 23 • SIX-FAMILY GARAGE SALE—8-4, Wednesday and Thursday. 609 Sltze Dr., (off Westerholdt), Rosewood Heights. Ethan Allen child's rocker, table, chairs, lamps, boy's, women's, girls' clothing, dishes, fishing gear. Tools, bowling balls, small appliances, numerous mlsc Items. 8 — 23 GARAGE SALE—Rock maple window table, like new. Chairs, electric hot plate, other furniture. Rome antiques, bottles, very nice clothing. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. No. 1 Mimosa Dr., Ivy Heights, East Alton. 3 — 23 Happy Ads 7 A Kummage & Garage Sales 8 8 — 24 YARD SALE—Friday, 25th, 9 a.m. If rain, will be held Monday, 28th. 8 ^.m. 427 Whltelaw, East Alton. GARAGE SALE—6429 Sunset, Pattison Heights, Godfrey, Thursday, 8:30 'til 5. Toys, baby clothes, lots of women's clothing. 8-16. Men's girls' and boys' clothing, and misc. 8 — 23 PATIO SALE — Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 3802 Western Ave., Alton. 8 — 24 YARD SALE—Good clothing, appliances, lots of dishes, knick-knacks, Reglna electric broom, camera, drop-leaf table, toys, drapes, other nice articles. Thursday, Friday, D-5. 2218 North Rodgers. 8 — 25 ********************** GARAGE SALE — Saturday only. Misc. items, 5c to $5. 2617 Sanford, Alton. ********************** LOTS OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHES —Odds and ends Thursday and Friday. 575 Park Lane, Wood River. 8 — 25 GARAGE SALE — Good clothing. All sizes, some double knits, othei misc. items. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 8 to 8. 3861 Omega 8 — 24 YARD SALE — Thurs., Fri.. Sat. 301 McArthur Dr. Doors, dishes, tools, boys clothes, toys, misc. 8 — 24 RUMMAGE SALE—Everything IOC. Community Church, West Alton, Mo. Friday, August 25. 9-1. 8 — 23 GARAGE SALE—St. Kevin & Girl Scout uniforms. Venetian blinds, trnvis rods, clothing. Thursday & Friday from !)-B. 427 Sullivan, East Alton i — 24 GARAGE SALE —Antiques, glassware, boy's clothing, curtains and drapes, misc. Friday & Saturday, Aug. 25 and 26, 9-dark. 332 I2th St., Wood River. 8 — 23 GARAGE SALE—Red dishes, radio, many items. 113 Illinois, East Alton. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 8-6. 8 — 23 I FAMILY GARAGE SALE — Clothing, Avon, Miscellaneous. Thursday & Friday, 9-5. 48 Sullivan, Rosewood Heights. 8 — 25 GARAGE SALE — Friday, Saturday, August 25, 26, 9 a.m. to 5. 493 Westerholdt. East Alton. Fuel oil furnace and 2 tanks, numerous other Items. 8 — 23 GARAGE SALE—Antique glass of all kinds. Carnival, Fostorla, Pattern. 3 complete sets of depression glass. 609 Anderson, Alton. Wed., Thurs. 8 — 23 BASEMENT SALE — Thurs., Aug. 24th, 8:30 to 3 p.m. Big bargains. Loretto Home, 417 Prospect. 8 — 24 BIG YARD SALE — Thursday and Friday, August 24 and 25 at 2206 Seminary St. Starting at 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Boys, girls and teens school clothes. No pre-sales, no checks 8 — 23 GARAGE SALE—Girls, boys school clothing Lady's clothing. Winter coats. Toys and Misc. 502 Reller, Roxana. behind show. Hrs. 9-5, Tues., Wed. 8 — Sept. 27 CHURCH NEEDS—And will pick up clothing, furniture, books, anything ot value. 466-6857, 466-5421, 466-6132. Elm Street Presbyterian. 8 — 24 BACKYARD SALE — Thursday & Friday. Air conditioner, clothes, electric appliances, misc. 230 Walnut St., Roxana 8 — 23 GARAGE SALE Excellent selection of clothing, baby furniture large mupk chest, bicycles, and miscellaneous Thursday 9-4:30 p.m. 49.) Plainview, Rosewood Heights. 8 — 25 -ALL HOUSEHOLD GOODS and misc. items must be sold. 110 So Central, Wood River, (next to Church of God). Wed and Thurs. 9 a m. S — 25 BASEMENT SALE — Thursday. . Friday, Saturday. 54'.i N Second, Wood River. 95. Little bu'oi everything. i — 24 — — - — — 121) TEXAS ST., BETHALTO _ 24 and 25th, 9 tc 4, clothing ai/L- infant through 14, toys, game-.. Sla.iaw.iiX', antiques, books' and ,](lu-r nlisi. items. , I-AMII.Y Rl'.MMAui: SAI E — '> to 4. Thins. 316 Kh>'. Meadowbruok Lots ol everything. 7 — 24 Help Wanted 17 BABYSITTER WANTED — For school teacher, older woman preferred. 2 children, must have references, transportation preferred Milton area. Call 462-5104. 7 — 24 , WANTED — Part-time store help. Prefer experienced woman over 20. Contact Jane. Jane's Tiny Market, corner Millcrest & Rlxon, Alton. ACCOUNTANT — Contact Parkview Placement. 217-854-3209. Car- 17 — 21 23 _— EXECUTIVE SECRETARY—Knowledge of construction Industry, plus bookkeeping experience $650 Mrs Leslie Carroll, 465-4261,'Data Placement Systems, Alton. 7 — 23 BABYSITTER NEEDED — In my home, one child. Call 466-5452 after 3 p.m. 7 — 25 I WOULD LIKE two working ladles or single girls of good character to share home with working widow. Adults only. References please. Write Box 940, care Alton Telegraph ********** THREE FAMILY SALE — Baby items, clothing assorted sizes, toys, auto cooler, sewinn machine, fireplace equipment, lots of miscellaneous, Wednesday, Thursday, 9-5. 3400 Bloomer, Alton. Corner house North Rodgers-Bloomer. ********** B — TF FREE GARAGE SALE sign with each advertisement placed in Alton Evening Telegraph. Pickup at Classified Desk. Societies and Lodges 9 — 23 WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062, AF&AM—Family night. Wed., Aug. 23. Dinner at 6 p.m. Meat, drink and dessert furnished. Bring a cov. ered dish Master Masons, their families and friends invited. Entertainment. HAROLD N. SUNDERLAND, W.M. 9 — 23 STATED MEETING, WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 871, OES, Thursday, August 24th, 7:45 p.m. Guest night, ESTER PADDEN, W. M. formal. 9 — 23 BETHALTO LODGE NO. 406 AF & AM—Special meeting, Thurs., Aug 24, 7:15 p.m. E.A. Degree. Visiting brethren welcome. JERRY V. WRAY, Sr., W.M. Lost—Strayed—Stolen 10 10 — 24 BLACK POODLE — Missing from Glenwood. Black with white chin and chest. 463-1035. 10 — 25 FEMALE SPADE CAT — Gray tor toise shell with white spot & flea collar In vicinity of 5th & Spring Reward. 462-4406. 10 — 23 LOST — Yellow female cat. Vicinity of 526 So. 13th, W.R. Child's pet. 254-5369. 10 — 23 LOST DOG — Black miniature poodle. Vicinity 969 Acton, Wood River. Reward will be given. 254-2766. 10 — 26 LOST — Black and white spotted female hound. Red collar. 9 moa. old. Vicinity of 5th & Henry. 462-3377. 10 — 25 LOST — Boy's Roxana 1972 class ring. Vicinity of Wood River pool. Reward. Please call 254-0800. Riders 11A 11A — 24 RIDE WANTED — To downtown St. Louis from Rt. 3, Wood River, 8 to 5. 254-2008. EDUCATIONAL Music, Dancing, Drama 14 14 — 25 SLORIOSO PIANO-ORCJAN STUDIOS ANNOUNCES THE FALL PROGRAM Classes for beginners, ages 5-15, will be offered at the Glorioso Music Studios. 1957 Brown St. Mrs. Gloria Thrasher, who has a Master's Degree in music from Washington University. St. Louis, will teach the classes. Private lessons, musical kindergarten and electro-lab are also available. Mrs. Thrasher or one of her certified teachers \vill gladly set up an appointment for free readiness and aptitude tesis. For information phone 405-2879. EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted 17 17 — 23 BABYSITTER NEEDED IN MY HOME — Boy. I year old. 254-3525 after 9 p.m, 17 — 25 OLDER LADY TO BABYSIT — In my home. Cottage Hills area Ph 259-3332. 17 — 24 ASSISTANT MANAGER TRAINEE —Over 21. Must have transportation. No phono calls. Applv Fri., Aug. 25, 9 a.m. House Center, 5UO: Godfrey Road. G-odfrev. 17 — 25 : BEAUTICIAN — Experienced pro ferred. Call Mr. David, at Trend- Setter, Jcrseyville 498-2361 between -1 and 6 17 — 24 WANTED — Mature lunisi-lueper tn live-in. Room and b"urd plus J30 week for 0 d.-.ys. On- child m kin-j der^aiion. Prefei on.- wiih Oliver's i license. Contact lain-. .Ian 's Tinv i Market, coiner Hula-eat and Kixon i Alton ' i — 24 EMPLOYMENT 23 CLEANING LADY WANTED — 1V£ days week, must have references. 259-3675. 17 — 10-21-23 CARPENTER—10 days Inside finish- Inn work. Can be done 1 or 2 days a week. Must be 1st class mechanic -ith local work reference. 466-3208. ' — TF . HOTEL STRATFORD — Experienced salad cook. Apply In person. 17 .. LPNs—Are you tired of working relief shifts, no regular days off, no chance to perform the duties you were trained for, no benefits? If so, call 46G-5331 for an appointment to change all this. 17 — 23 WAITRESS SNACK BAR Mature person needed at Icadins department store, days nnd eve- niilRS, full time, beginning rate $1.85 hour, with regular increases plus paid vacation, holidays, sick leave, Insurance, and other benefits. Experience beneficial. Apply In person, at Arlan's Department Store, 610 W. St. Louis Ave., East Alton, Illinois INSTRUCTOR — Keypunch and typing, 27 hours per week, national firm, $450, start immediately, Mrs. Leslie Carol, 465-1261, Data Placement Systems, Alton. 17 — 23 BOOKKEEPER — Versatile, experienced. Local area. Plush surroundings. $425. Mrs. Leslie Carol, Ph. 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Alton. 17 — 23 SECRETARY — Knowledge of fire and cnsualtv Insurance. Immediate position. Good location. $350-$400. Mrs. Leslie Carol, 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Alton. 17 — 23 . HOTEL STRATFORD — Bellboy, part time, students only. 3 p.m. shift. 17 — 23 HOTEL STRATFORD — Bus hoy or girl. Evening & weekend work. Apply in person. 17 — 24 EXPERIENCED COOK — For 3-11 shift. Apply in person only. Nlta's Cafe, Wood River. 17 — TF EXPERIENCED SECRETARY — Shorthand required. Contact Parkview Placement, 217-854-3209, Carlinville. 17 — 24 CLERK-TYPIST — Part-time, able to work any shift, any day of week. Must be mature with excellent typ- Ina and spelling skills. Apply n-ll a.m. Monday thru Friday, Personnel office, Alton Memorial Hospital. EOE. 17 — TF JOBS FOR MEN AND WOMEN—Up to $200 week. American Employment, 726 E. Broadway, Alton. 17 — Sept. 20 WANTED—First class welders and shipfltters. Apply in person. American Commercial Barge Lines, foot of Plum, Alton, III. 17 — 23 RELIABLE BABYSITTER — Needed for 2 children, shift work, references Call after 3:30, 254-20G7. 17 — 23 :REDIT MANAGER—wholesale. Local area. Some credit experience. Ambitious. $8,000 Mr. DeVer, Ph. 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Alton. 17 — 23 MANAGEMENT TRAINEE—International firm, prefer some college. $7200 to start. Mr. Davis. 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Alton. 17 — 29 LIVE IN — Care for invalid. 462-2255 or 405-8322. 17 "REGISTERED NURSES GENERAL DUTY — All shifts, permanent, full or part-time, com petitive salary, shift differential, good fringe benefits, educational opportunities, tuition reimbursed after 6 months, internship pro- Srnin, refresher course planned, excellent security for hospital area. Contact weekdays. Personnel Dept., St. Mary's Hospital, 129 N. 8th St., E. St. Louis 274-inOO, station 255. An! Opportunity Employer. 17 — 24 STUDENT OR MAN, over 17. Yard work $1.75 hour. 1 or 2 days week. Must have car. Be able to work without supervision. Have local reference. 466-3208 17 — 21 23 : RETAIL MANAGEMENT—Expanding company looking for aggressive letali people. Salary open. 465-4261. Mr. DeVer. Data Placement Systems, Alton. 17 — 23 _— COURT REPORTER — Previous training on steno machine or exceptional shorthand, Immediate start. $6,000 advance to $11,000 Mrs. Leslie Carol, 465-4261, Data Placement systems. Alton. WOMAN TO COOK — For Capri Drive-in Theatre. Over 21. No phone calls. Apply after 7:30 p.m. BABYSITTER WANTED — Straight days Monday thru Friday, one ch Id kindergarten age, my home. 5/12 Barbara Place, 465-5379, after 5 p.m 17 — 23 STRATFORD HOTEL — Relief hostess. 3 or 4 nights per week. SECRETARIES, TYPISTS, FIGURE CLERKS, BOOKKEEPERS Part time openings with local com panics. NO FEE, top hourly rates For more information call or Visit AvailABILITY 659A East Broadway 402-8831 17 — 23 AvallABILITY SECRETARY—Work for plant man- afier. Good typing plus dictaphone, plus good figure ability, and use calculator. Start $520-$550. CLERK TYPIST—Type 45 w/m plus matli ability. Start $:j5fl.$.r/0. STENO—Sharp personable individual with good typing skill for exciting adertlsinp field Lots of contact work. Start SIOO. BOOK K E F. P !• R — Experienced through trial balance with some cost experience. Maior firm with outstanding benefits, start $525. Fee paid. EXECUTIVE SECRETRY—Work fo VP of major firm. Top skills and experience required. Rapid advam men! plus benefits. Start J575 F> paid. CLAIMS CORRESPONDENT—Light typing plus 2 years college English. Trainee position Start $390 $430. AvailABlLITY CUSTOMER SERVICE—In office of major firm handling customer orders, etc. Some experience & some college. To $8,-100. FOREMAN — Heavy metal fabrication supervisory es'penenr.'. $10,00;) up dependinK on experience. MARKETING—Degree in marketing plus willingne^.-, to travel and relo- cute, start $7,100, plus car and all expenses. COMPUTER FIELD ENfilNFER _ Company will train recently discharged veti. ran who lias extensive electronics background. Start S7.00U PRODUCTION CONTROL — Experienced in pioduetie.n control, inven lory control, and expediting. SS,2(K). M -\ I NT 1IN A NC E PLAN N F R—Estimate time and j.-,:,ign i raftsmen tn maintenance inbs. l-'.ngineering de grte preferred. To $15,000 OPEN THURSDAY 'Til, 7 P.M. AvailABILITY 659 E. Broadway—1G2-S831 EMPLOYMENT Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Aug. 23,1972 D-6 Help Wanted 17 17 23 BABYSITTER — My home preferred. Days. Few weekends. 2 children. 466-7608 17 — in-21-23 PART TIME HOUSEKEEPER — 2 or 3 half days a week. References required. Write Alton Evening Telegraph. Box 920. HOTEL STRATFORD—Food checker, lunch. Monday thru Friday Apply In person. 17 — 24 WANT BABYSITTER — For Infant in Wood River area, hours 1T30 j,a.nT_. '" 8:30 p.m. 254-5063. HELP WANTED—Female RN's and LPN ,«- . Immediate openings for qualified persons. All shifts. At one of Alton's newest & best nursing homes. Rates up to .$5 diagonal hour and $:;.75 diagonal hour respectively. For additional information call 465-8887. 23 ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT —Degree accounting or business Prefer experienced In hanking or savings and loan. To $11 000 Fee paid. Mr. Davis, 465-4261. Data Placement Systems, Alton. Sales People Wanted 18 18 — 21 23 __— RETAIL SALES—Local, men's and boys, some experience or knowl- edf-e. Advance to management $6,000. Mr. Davis. 465-4261 Dat: Placement Systems, Alton. 18 — Sept 30 — FRY IT, VOU'LL LIKE IT — Playhouse Toy Demonstrators needed In all areas. Car and phone necessary. Call S. Rives, 1-217-835-4373, - D - Cotter 18 — Sept. 11 SALESMEN — Earn $250 per week Leads furnished. Car necessary Call 465-7867. 4-7 p.m only. IS — 26 '— NEW HOUSE SALESMAN—If you are a licensed Real Estate salesman and would like to make $12,000 a year & up, then don't pass the chance to go to work for a new and aggressive company, with a franchise to build National homes in the whole greater Alton-Godfrey area. Please call Leroy Moore, 4fi(i-1477, 4G6-4fi74 18 — 2-1 25 26, Sept 789 21 22 23 — NEED MONEY? SELL KNAPP SHOES—Part or full-time. No Investment. High commissions plus bonus. Write to E. M. Bistow, Knapp Shoes, Brockton, Mass. 18 — '23 , LOCAL COMPANY needs extra sharp gal to open new accounts & serve established accounts. Easy sales for you. If you have sales experience or eagerness to learn. Salary plus commission Good opportunity for someone' willing to work hard for above average paycheck. Gray-Chem Supply Co. Ph 259-0:!69 for interview. 3-8 p.m. Situation Wanted—Male 19 19 — 26 __ CLEAN BASEMENTS—Haul trash nld ears removed, old iron pickec up, small trees cut down and re moved. $10 per full truck load any clean-up. 2M-129G. Situation Wanted, Female 2G 20 — 23 WILL BABYSIT — One or two chll dren, experience. Call 462-8633. FINANCIAL Business Opportunities 23 23 — 23 BEAUTY SALON FOR LEASE — Or would sell equipment and lease building. 259-1541. BUSINESS SERVICE business Announcement 32 32 — 3 8 9 10 15 16 17 22 23 24 29 30 31 VENETIAN BLIND—Storm window and screen repair. Russell's Inc. 911 Milton Rd. Ph. 465-5588. AIR CONDITIONERS—Home, car repaired Refrigerators. Electric wiring. Home appliance. 465-7579 Evenings 4(i3-0620. HOME REPAIRS-BIg or small, we do it all. Airport Lumber. 259-5111 32 — Sept. 16 — TREES REMOVED—Tree trlmmlnR shrubs trimmed, haul away Fill tlniu specialty. Free estimates. Insured. 2, r i.l-fiS88 (iOTTA DAMP BASEMENT? Let jis fix it. Airport Lumber, 32 —' Sept. 8 SPECIALTY PEST CONTROL — Roaches, ants most crawling In sects. Work guaranteed. $1 per room 254-4546. K a.m to 8 n m 32 —- 26 __ HANDY MAN IMPROVEMENT SERVICE _ Roofing, painting K repairs. Free estimate's. Work e,a,iriinU'i-d. No fus.,, no muss, cal us. 254-10H;. '(_' — S . KUSSELT.'S TI-.ST CONTROL & Carpet Installation. Also cleaning. Rua.-onable Call anytime 463-0568. 32 — Sept. 7 MISC. FOR SALE BABYSITTER — while mother 259-7642 17 ~ 24 IS month old girl, attends school. WANTED — W.lines.-, for prominent restaurant work. Must be ne:it and asHivsslve, between ages 21-40. Call 4u2-4ii20 between 12-3 lor appointment. 17—23 BABYSITTER—U\v-m. f ,i in mv I 2 r'nldu-n. 1 child kin.k-r- i i7 a - u :Lt -"—- "- l :J_'±J'" -'• mil: .n>YI- 1:1 s—.hin an,i ijjvu LU.I- l.ild has 0 ii'ispel all-inn fur sale. ' 3-103 1-ianur. Alton 4io tiUii-1 WINDOW & CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONER REPAIR Fi diler aulrioii/.ed servire 2511-3505 32 — :>~> . . COMI'l.KTF JAM 1OR1AL SERV ICi: — Five estimates. Airport I.nmbi-i. 2VI-5JI1. SP1 M 1 SECOND COPY CENTER— Low <-i, s t instant printing whilp you wait. Xerox copies, pick-up am delivery, n W. Third St. 463-0747. PAINT" AND BASEMENT WA TERI'ROOFINf; — Free estimates Airport Lumber, 259-.")lll 32 — Aug 2ft TI!!-ES TRIMMED — Removed spiai-ed. Experienced. Fully in suic-J. Free et.lini.itcs Burton's Tree Service. -1(15-0073 or 25-1-S-142 32 — Aug. 31 AM1A.MBKA HI.AM A.VfMAI. RE :.'OVA'.—Prompt re,liny.1 o f ul d' ad and ih- ible,| animals. Frei pi> I'un' For over 25 years MSS 201(1. .itihii Storck. driver. 3'> SL''"I t 5 .--.-, AIR CONDITIONER SERVICE RJ Refrigeration. Phone 462-2809 PEi STEEL SiDMO By United Stales Steel <30-year guarantee) Call 238-0358 or 258-1706 or write BROADDUS & TNORP Inc. 510 Mallard, I-UM Alton 62024 1-acioiy Distiibulurs MISC. FOR SALE Call for Free Estimate ABERT "Sliding and Modernizing "' WTHAITO '* Joyful Sounds Answer to rWoui Pu«l« ACROSS 1 Vocal musio 6 Musical play 11 Laud 13 Established as true 14 Gradually slower (music) 15 Rest 16 Pronoun 17 Open (poet.) 19 Relatives 35 Lieutenants (ab.) 37 Boy's nickname 38 Rights (ab.) 40 Likely 42 Cooling" implement 43 Obtain 44 Anger 46 Form a notion 49 Musical studies agency (ab.) 22 Bad (prefix) 23 Japanese coin 24 Bitter vetch. 26 English history period 28 Took food 30 Press for payment 31 Jewel 32 Guide's note 33 Musical symbols ^ Riotous fighta 64 Covered assistant Socialist direction Rcpubiic (ab.) 27 Uninteresting 6 Native metal 29 Comes forth 33 Music for nitta players (pi.) 34 Saintc (ab.) 36 Web-spinning arachnid 37 Wireless receptor 7Kindo£ concert 8 One who elicits 9 Organic substance 10 Arabian gulf 1 Agile 2 Constellation, 3 Essential character 4 Formerly (Ital.) 12 Biblical region 39 Stalk 13 Opening 41 Largo plarvta 42 Photographic material 45 Being (Latin) 47 Roman bronze 48 Test 50 Number 51 Eskimo knlftt music 18 Butter bit 21 Spanish region 23 Instrumental composition, 25 printer's (HtWSPARK tOTRFItm ASSN.) BUSINESS SERVICE BUSINESS SERVICE Business Announcements 32 32 — 24 ——— —^—— —— SMALL BUSINESS — And general typing done Ph. 377-5839 to inquire. 32 — 31 : STEAM CLEANING SALE — NOW, Buck's Carpet Maintenance, 466-7636. 32 —— 23 ————————— DOUBLE "L" REPAIR SERVICE— Repair on all makes mixers, vacuum cleaners, toasters, irons, lamps, power hand tools etc. Prompt guaranteed service. 377-6833. 32 — TF Wed. SNAPPER LAWN MOWERS Sales and Service Credit Terms Available MILTON RD. POWER MOWER 500 Milton Rd. 462-8456 Building—Contracting 33" 33 — Sept. 20 . ADDITIONS — Remodeling, porches, roofing, carpenter repairs, tiling, paneling, painting, plumbing. Reasonable. 466-2380. 33 — Sept. 8 CEMENT WORK — Of all kinds. Make old basement like new. 462-2063. 33 — Aug. 24 COMPLETE HOME REMODELING — Electrical wiring, plumbing repairs, room additions, roof work. 259-8173. 33 — 29 . — PAINTING, ROOFING, HOME REPAIRS — Interior and exterior. Blacktop driveways Experienced. Reasonable. 466-4349! 33 — AUK. 29 —GENERAL CONTRACTING—Home remodeling & repair service. Fair prices, guaranteed quality work, 11 years experience. 466-0661. 33 — Sept. 13 CEMENT FLATWORK of all kinds. 259-4035. 33 — AUR. 29 HOME IMPROVEMENT WORK of all kinds. Siding, overhanging, guttering, roofing. Also concrete work. No job too small. Free estimate. 462-3483. 13 — Aug. 28 QUALITY MASONRY CO. — Brick, mock and stone work. Houses, porches, retaining walls, patch jobs, etc. 254-1574. 33 — Sept. 6 ROOFING AND GUTTERING—Installed and repaired, interior and exterior painting, references. Call 466-4330 or 466-7875. 33 — Sept. 8 _ PAPPY AND INLOW — All types home repair, remodeling new construction. Free estimates. K you want more for less, cali 465-9166 or 465-6028. J3 — TF SIDING • GUTTERING Soffit Shutters • Awmnas Wrought iron Morse Home Improvement & Sup Dly Co.. Phone 465-U50& 33 — 2-9-16-23-30 SEARS In Downtown Alton Sells and Installs Storm Windows & Doors Water Heaters & Power Humidifiers For FREE Estimates Call 4(i5-5511 33 — Sept, 8 BOB'S HOME REPAIR - No |oh too small. 24 - hour err.< r:'j'm:v plumbing and sewer repairs. Panel Ing, drop ceiling, rathskellers, ce- mem, and all general home repairs. Don't fuss — Call us. 465-6058 Heating & Plumbing 37 37 — Sept. 19 SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED—Complete, or repaired. Dry wells and cisterns, anythlns In trenching. Always the best prices. BRAMS TRENCHING 250-8819 37 — Sept. 8 BOB'S HOME REPAIR — Sewers cleaned and repaired. Extra fast emergency service on broken water lines or any plumbing repairs. We also have a quick, temporary water hookup while repairs are being made. No iob too small. Ph. 405-0058. 37 — Sept. 14 JORDAN'S APPLIANCES & ELECTRICAL SERVICE — Air conditioning, room and central; refrigerators ;md freezers. Washing machines and dryers and furnace repair. All models $5 service charge plus hourly rate. 254-S5M Available 7 a.m.-9 p.m. 7 dayj a week. Repairing—Roofing 39 39 — Sept. 28 . CARPENTER WORK — Repairing, remodeling, roofing, guttering custom built cabinets and tops Estimates 254-3318. 39 — Aug. 28 ROOFING AND ROOF REPAIRS— Prompt service. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. We have references. 405-0022. 39 — Aun 25 ADDITIONS — Remodeling, carpentry, plumbing, siding, paneling, tile, porches, painting. Reasonable. Ph. 4(i6-2:i80. Decorating 34 'HOST CARPET CLEANING Recommended by Carpet Mills tn Clean Modern Camels;. Use our Machine and clean 40 yards of carpet for $9.95 SUPERIOR INTERIORS 112 Godfrey neltllne. Godfrey 34 — Aug. 29 . RESIDENTIAL PAINTING & DECORATING—Interior and exterior. drywall taping. All work guaranteed Phone 259-2705. 34 — TF PAINTING — Plastering, removing wallpaper. Roofing. No .iob too small. Charles Baaden. 1-576-2400. 4C2-0373. Heating & Plumbing 37 — 31 37 SEE US FOR ALL OF your plumbing problems, sales uml service. Satisfaction guaranteed. Licensed. :md insured, 20", off on water heaters and garbage disposals, cull us. Oleksy-Newman Inc., Hartford Illinois, 254-8724. EMPLOYMENT BIG PROFITS AND REPEAT BUSINESS In Lu/.icr Cosmetics and wigs, quality facial care since, 1822. Top commission in Cosmetic industry. Phone Edwardsvllle 288-7669 RENTALS 41 — 23 Sleeping Rooms 41 _.i SLEEPING ROOMS — For mature women. Clnse to downtown Wood River. Private entrance, references. 254-2863. 41 — Sept. 13 . SLEEPING ROOMS—$3 day, weekly rate, $6 nlahtly. Savoy Hotel, 111 Market St. Maid service. 41 — Sept. in SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT — Close to bus stop. Call 462-9138 or 4U5-2870. 42 — 24 Room & Board 42 FOR ELDERLY LADIES—Licensed private home. Rates very reasonable. 4U2-!I988. Apartments—Flats 45 45 — 25 _ 2 KOOM — Private bath and entrance 462-17B7. 24 WORKING CilRL TO SHARE 3 HEUKOOM TOWN HOUSE — $70 monthly. All utilities paid. 254-6781. WOOD RIVER—H8b Ferguson. Lovely -1 room & bath. New carpet throughout. Central air. Stove and refrigerator. $1211 mo includes water. Days 254-2811. Evenings 4(i6-5:j36. Other rentals available. •15 — 29 . 4 ROOMS—Private hath and entrance, stove and refrigerator furnished. All utilities paid. 918 Brown St., Alton. 15 — 28 . GROUND FLOOR — 305 Bowman, East Alton 45 — 25 —— 4 ROOMS — Bethalto. Completely carpeted, drapes, stove, refrigerator, cabinets. Very clean. $125 Ph. 377-S054, 377-S994 ' •15 — 24 ROOM FOR RENT — Reasonable. Prefer lady teacher with widow In Rosewood Heights. 259-5066 45 — 2(1 3 ROOM BASEMENT APT — $80 month. Utilities Included. 446 West- erhoidt, Rosewood Heights. Ph. 250-8169 45 — 24' IUO, BEAUTIFUL — 4 room furnished apartment, with carport. Llv- in," room &• one bedroom carpeted. Private drive & entrance. Adults, no pet;,. 259-5HM. MISC. FOR SALE WATCH REPAIR Wo Are FACJTORY AUTHOiu/KD Under the Tiniox® (iuuruntee Watches out of guarantee . . , smnll charge "Genuine TIM1-X Electric Watch Em-ray CHU Avulliibla" HARTM ANN'S JUWKJJtV i GIFT SHOP 17 E. Ferguson, Wood River. 254-3911 ANNOUNCEMENTS NOTICE TO , c i Moose Lodge No. 1349 and MEMBERS ANNUAL PICNIC To B(_> Held on Jvodyc Ground* SUNDAY, AUG. 27th — 1* Noon to 5:SO p.m. Meat mid Refreshments 1-urnished "Ladies' Bring Covered Dish" ServiiiK •> p.m. l, n ui .\ll Gone — tJitertaiuinent for Kills Wood Kiver Nu. n-iit Me,,,!,, ls A !• .unities Onlj SEE YOU THERE ! ! ! Vr

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