Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 21, 1963 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
September 21, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Saturday, September 21, 1963
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Home Well Planned for Social Gatherings Family Homes DESIGN 443 H«UM 2,078 ft* 93,439 Cu. ft. 509 «q. BUILDING PLANS • PLAN BOOKS ORDER FORM Alton Telegraph Plan Dept, FAIMttLV HOMES 2900 Alpha St., Lansing, Mich. I want Herns checked: Design No.! The wide sweep 'of spacious rooms places accent on social gatherings and pleasant relaxation. Generous size entry hall is an inviting entranceway permitting direct access to all areas of this well planned home. There are many outstanding features, however, the living- kitchen area is one spot you nnd your friends will naturally grav- iate to — it is an ideal party room. Note how effectively the space at the back of living room fireplace has been utilized. One recessed wall contains a barbecue grill the other a custom type cabinet bulit-in. Warm colors of the masonry wall blend beautifully with the bright sheen of the copper grillhood. This wall treatment is functional and quite festive. Large snack bar and kitchen proper are really a continuation of the party area — so that food preparation center and refreshments are close at hand. Magnificent living-dining room has lavish window area, contemporary fireplace and door to covered porch. Master bedroom has a separate lavatory with stall shower; den has private terrace and double size book built-in. This room could easily serve as a third bedroom as it also has wardrobe closet. Front bedroom has direct access to full bat with vanilory unit. Another lavatory is in th laundry room. Double attached garage ha door f.o huge store room. Thi store room has an outside exi making it unnecesary to through the garage when desir ing to stare garden equipment. Exterior construction is bricl veneer. This plan conforms to genera FHA, VA and Building Code requirements. You can obtain the building plans and specifications with material list — see order coupon. Reapportionment: May Move to Solution By TOM LOFTUS Telegraph Correspondent SPRINGFIELD, 111. — Reapportionment of the Illinois state representative districts may move farther toward a solution at the Chicago meeting of reapportionment commission on Wednesday. George Dunne of Chicago, the Democratic co-chairman, and Fred Gurley, also of Chicago, the Republican co-chairman, were both more optimistic than ever before about the prospects of realigning the districts before the December deadline is reached. For instance, Dunne told newsmen that he would not insist on an "overlap" map. He meant a map which insisted that some districts include part of the City of Chicago and part of thesuburban areas of Cook County. 'Overlap' Factor Previous to Dunne's announcement, the "overlap" factor was thought to be a major stumbling block — one on which Democrats would insist and which Republicans would oppose. The Wednesday meeting will be the fourth since the commission first convened on Aug. 20 in Springfield. In a very jovial mood, Dunne told newsmen that he had read reports that Chicago Mayor Richard Daley was trying to "scuttle" the commission so that state re- presentatives would have to run at large. "Never was any such subject even brought up in any talks I had with him," Dunne said. In fact, Dunne added, Daley "...never discussed it (running at large) at any time with me." 'Tough Bargainer' Curley complimented Dunne as a "...very tough bargainer but very fair." He also lauded Democrats generally on the commission. "We had given Democrats a downstate map a couple of weeks ago," Gurley said. Later, he added, the Democrats gave a counter suggesting map to Republicans." "Any reasonable person would say we ought to be able to get together on those maps," Gurley said. Although neither man would be pinned down to specific areas where changes are contemplated, both indicated that time was running out on them. Gurley indicated it was a possibility — but would not say probability — that some understanding, one some areas in the map, might even be announced by Wednesday. SEOUL — The Korean government has issued a complete list of all firms doing business in the country. It is completely indexed and gives cable addresses as well as phone listings. Delhi Home Unit Plans Two Events JERSEYVILLE- Nineteen members and four guests weri present at the meeting of the Del hi Unit of the Homemakers Ex tension Service at the home o Mrs. Lloyd Barnard this week The major lesson on "How You Rate As a Shopper" was present ed by Mrs. John R. Walsh. Plans were made by members to attend the fall district meeting on Sept, 27 at the Methodis Church in Jerseyville. A craft day will be held at the October meeting and the lesson will be "Know Your Furniture Wood". This will be given by Mrs John B. Raylor Jr. Special OES Meetig JERSEYVILLE — Miss Nancy Jane Cope was initiated into the Eastern Star Chapter at a specia meeting Wednesday evening in the Masonic Temple. Her father Aron Cope, was soloist for the occasion. It was announced that the worthy matron Mrs. Beulah Maholland, will be attending Grand Chapter on the date of the meeting Oct. 1 and that Mrs. E s t o 1 Spangle, junior past worthy grand matron, will preside at the meeting here. MON.-TUES. WED.-THURS. CASH and CARRY PRICES ONLY DRAPES GUARANTEED! • ONE HOUR SERVICE ON REQUEST ONLY NO EXTRA CHARGE We Clean on Saturday/ SUPERIOR CLEANERS Men's and Women's SUITS & DRESSES (PLAIN) Mixed or Matched! (PLAIN) TROUSERS, SKIRTS, SWEATERS Mixed or Matched LADIES' COATS MEN'S-0-COATS THIS WEEK ONLY 90 I lurn LIHEV .y UNLINbD Aft .00 Dial 254-5905 ACROSS FROM ARLANS 601 Wont St. Loult Ave., Eust Alton ....4 sets of Building Plana & 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 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••art Jersey to Enforce New Curfew Bill JERSEYVILLE — The new curfew law which was passec during the recent session of the state legislature will be strictly enforced in the city and county officials have announced. The law became effective as of July 1. Chief of Police Herman H Blackorby Jr., said Friday that the enforcement of the law will begin in the city immediately with the passage of a city ordinance tying in with the new state curfew law. City Attorney Alvin H. Petitt has announced he will draw up an ordinance for the city in conjunction with the state statute for presentation to the next meeting of the city council. Sheriff Paul Miller said that the new law will be strictly enforced in the county. The new law stipulates that it is unlawful for a person under 18 to be present at or upon any public assembly, building, place, street or highway unless accompanied and supervised by a parent, legal guardian or other responsible person at least 21 between 12:01 a.m. and 6 a.m. Saturday and Sunday and between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. Monday through Friday. The only youths to be exempted, Sheriff Miller said, are those engaged in a business or occu pation which the laws of the state authorize a person less than 18 to perform. 3 Treated for Injuries at Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Ernest Trask, 18, of Jerseyville was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 3:50 p.m. Wednesday for removal of a foreign object !rom his left eye received while lammering on a piece of metal and a particle went into his eye. Jeffrey Campbell, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Campbell of 3ow sustained a lacerated wound of the left scalp Thursday evening at the home of his grandparents when he fell and hit his head on a rock. The wound was sutured at the hospital. Cynthia Beatty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beatty of Jerseyville, was taken to the hospital at 1:30 p.m. Thursday for treatment of a laceration on the scalp. A step ladder fell at her home and hit her on the back of the head causing the injury. The laceration required sutures. Jersey Club Women To Entertain Boys JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey- Mile Woman's Club will enter- ain residents of Boys' Town of llinois of Grafton at a potluck supper to be given at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at the Lions' Club. Playgrounds. Club members are to furnish ;he food and bring their own ta)le service. They may also bring heir families. Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Wieland lave prepared a special pro- ram for the evening and a film ivill be shown. Mrs. Leslie Shines is chairman of the committee in charge. Home from Burner Hospital JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Joe rench of 302 Snedeker returned o her home Thursday from Barnes Hospital in St. Louis vhere she entered a week ago for Tiedleal care. Marriage Licenses Granted JERSEYVILLE — A marriage cense was issued in the office of County Clerk Linda Crotchett Thursday to Robert Charles Clin- ingbread of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Helen B. Calvin of rafton. A license to wed was issued al- that day to Martin D. Marshall f Rte. 3 Jei'beyville and Hazel A. Lnw^on of Jerseyville. Baptist Youth Groups Seat New Officers JERSEYVILLE—Youth groups of the First Baptist Church have installed their officers for the year. Claudia Gross, past Senior High president, conducted the service and the charge to the officers was given by Miss Lynn Van Dyke, director of Christian Education. In dedication and commitment the following officers representec all the officers as they lit candles and stood in the form of a cross; Senior High president, Jan Heiderscheid, vice president Rick Roberts, secretary, Ken Huff and treasurer, Don Little. Other Senior High officers installed were: Senior High com mittee chairman, faith, Sharon Smith; witness, Claudia Cross; citizenship, Linda Crone; world outreach, Bob Johnson; and fellowship, Yonnie Young. Mid High officers installed were: president, Wilma Hall vice president, Dayna Forreste and secretary - treasurer, Sharon Angel. Junior High officers in elude: president, Cindy Wor sham; vice president, Bill Ric and secretary treasurer, Linda Elliott. Adviser for" these groups are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hall and Mr and Mrs. W. Young, Senior High Mr. and Mrs. W. Hall, Mid High; Mrs. Mary Howell and Mr. and Mrs. J. Elliott. WSCS Will Meet Monday at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — The Worn an's Society of Christian Serv ice of the First Methodis Church will meet at 8 p.m. Mon day at the church. Mrs. Louis Heider will be leader and the topic will be "What It Means to Belong To The Woman's Society of Christian Service. The Methodist Men will lead the worship service at Garnet's Nursing home at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The pastor, Rev. Mode Powell, will serve as chaplain at the Jersey Community Hospital the week of Sept. 22 through 28. Plans Rumnmge Sale JERSEYVILLE — The Fidelis Class of the First Methodist Church will hold a rummage sale n the basement Sept. 28 beginning at 9 a.m. An auction will be held the same day beginning at 1 p.m. BACK WHERE WE WERE ELLSWORTH, Kan. ffi— Some- imes the march of progress goes n circles. A livery stable in Ellsworth which was converted :o an auto repair shop some years ago has been taken over )y the county historical society or conversion to a livery stable. •IIIBIBIIIIHIIIIBIIIHIMIIHIIIBIIinilllBJ | "Add a Room for | i Uss Tl>an Yo " Thlnk " • 'UTTER BROS. " Lumber Yard ... COTTAGE HILLS! ATHENS — Greece has consented to lilt her bars to the import ol nachinery which has been said iy some traders to be vitrual era- argo. ROOM ADDITIONS ZBBBBBZ ALUMINUM SIDING IBBBBK GAS FURNACES JBBBK Completi Rimodiling Guaranteed Workmanship •" •%•"••• Planning and K Kr F Design Service! I llbLi ESTIMATES CANHAM HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. "Let George Do 1C 462-0386 Do It Yourself Colonial Hutch Is Handy to Have The Colonial Hutch illustrated provides ample proof the do-it- vourself movement was as popular during Colonial times as it is :oday. With simple hand tools and rough pine boards, settlers created and built furniture to serve many different needs. A visit to Williamsburg, Virginia, provides ample proof of the enduring appeal, versatility and attractiveness of these pieces. Since they are as popular now as in Colonal times, the design and usefulness has withstood the test of time. Measuring 34" x 60", the top penults using table in the kitchen or family room, living or ilayroom. The large space beneath the seat provides ideal storage for fireplace Jogs, while doub- ling as a fireside bench. When installed in an entrance hall or porch, the cabinet provides a perfect catchall for overshoes, sporting equipment, games and toys. No matter where it's used, it serves long and well. The pattern offered below tells exactly how to build the table in step-by-step procedure everyone can understand. All materials required are stock size available in lumberyards everywhere. Send 50 cents in coin, check or money order for Pattern No. 94, Colonial Hutch Table, to Alton Telegraph, P. 0. Box 215. Pleasantville, New York. Send 50 cents additional for new catalog Illustrating 300 other build it yourself projects and home improvement books. Add 25 cents for Special Handling. Harvest Festival Set Sept. 27,28 at Brussels BRUSSELS—The annual Harvest Festival will be held Sept. 27 and 28 at Brussels Community High School. On Friday night a community talent show will be held at 8:30 p.m. Additional entertainment will also be presented. Entries for the homemaking and agricultural exhibits will be taken in from noon Friday until 8:30 p.m. One vote for the king and queen will be entitled a person for every two entries. The highlight of the festival will be the coronation of the king and queen at 10 p.m. Saturday night. Refreshments will be served both nights. Fish sandwiches will be featured at the food stand Friday night and turtle soup will be the specialty Saturday night. Each class will sponsor a recreational booth which will lend a carnival atmosphere to the festival. Macoupin Legion Council to Meet MEDORA — Macoupin County American Legion Council w i 1 meet Wednesday, at Legion Hal! at 8 p.m. Mrs. Betty Smith will be the program chairman and Mrs. Ruth Maska will be in charg of refreshments. MAGEE CARPET ARMSTRONG S SHERWOOD'S Floor and Wall Covering: 1110 Milton—462-3603 Engineers to Study Need for Calhoun Bridge HARDIN — Virdon Staff said Wednesday in Springfield that 3ov. Otto Kerner had author- zed him to cooperate with Calhoun County for employment of engineers to make a study of the raffic which would use the Golden Eagle bridge. Staff, chief engineer of the ll- inois Highway Department, met h Representatives Carl H. iVittmond, J. Carl Anderson, Jerry Corbett, August Nolte and D aul R. Darr concerning the re- ;ent legislation passed author- zing a study for the feasibility of constructing the bridge. He said that his department was ready to proceed at once for the employment of such en gineers of national reputation Services and reports would be of value in the future for the construction and financing of thi bridge, Staff added. J & A Springman HAS GAS OR ELECTRIC I WE SELL HEATING HAPPINESS Janitrol •^ Comfort at a comfortable price is our specialty! Electric and t Heating Milton Rd. 462-0287 '{ CAMP 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 Phcrne 377-9131—Evenings 377-6425 ROME — Another tunnel be- iveen Italy and France is planned. WATER HEATERS Godfrey, III. PJi. 46ti-:i4:il SAVE5S 2 on ALUMINUM AWNINGS CALL 465-5588 3EI6OCI I JlUwOCLLi Blind a Awning 911 Milton IT PAYS TO INSIST ON ^ When you buy gas, it's the amount of heat and power you get from it that really determines its value. That's why genuine Skelgas-the purest LP-Gas you can buy —gives you the-most for your money. Skelgas purity is carefully guarded. But, cut-rate, untested gas may contain dollar robbing impurities that will steal the heat and power you paid for. Why risk it? See us now for genuine Skelgas. You'll notice tight away that Skelgas "doesn't use up so faat." And don't forget, you get dependable delivery and regular equipment checks at no extra charge. JIM JONES, INC. MILTON ROAD PHONE 462-2765 r Your folks will PRAISE ... . . your decision to go ahead and re- place the old furnace with a new auto- matic one . . . You'll praise the easy payments on our home improvement loans, too. The "Time and Temperature" Corner liruudwuy at IMnsa, Phono 46&-7781, Alton, III.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page