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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Connall 8r., 146" W. Tydeman Ave., Roxana, a son, Timothy Alan, 6 pounds and 9 ounces, 12:35 a.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Rickey, 7, and Greg, 6. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Moore, 617 Leonard St., a son, 5 pounds and 8 ounces, 4:10 a.m Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Richard Lee Jr., 3. and Dawn Renee, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Donald James Kochanskf, 326 Dry St., a daughter, Mary Rose, 7 pounds and 5 ounces, 1:39 p.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Donna 3, and Ted, 1. Mr. and Mm. Fred M. Schwappach, 2348 Falrview Drive, a son, 7 pounds and 3 ounces, 8:16 p.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. I)r. and Mrs. Oarrett Hagen, llardin, a daughter, Lucia Ann, 8 pounds and 4 ounces, 12:26 p.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder child, Julia Marie, 18 months old. Mr. and Mrs. Charips E. KPCIH- Jr., West Alton, Mo., a son. John Russell, 8 pounds and '1 ounces, 9:45 a.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children. Chuck, 12V£, Michael, W/ 2 , Jacqueline, 9, Marsha, 7 1 /2, Kenneth, 6, and Sandra, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Dorscy, Klkhart, Ind., a daughter, 6 pounds and 7 ounces, 8:07 a.m. Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes M. Allen, V2U Alby St., a son, Mark Timothy, 8 pounds and 5 ounces, 1:12 a.m. Friday. St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Steven. 6. Kevin, 4, Kimberly 2, and Tamara, 1. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Booth, San Gabriel, Calif., a daughter, Sheryl Ann, born Friday. Elder children, Tammy and Sandy. The baby is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Booth, 231 Gerson St. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plttman, 601 Washington Ave., East Alton, a son, David, 7 pounds, 6:43 a.m. Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Lavonne, 4, and Mark, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bruce, 2504 Alfaretta St., a daughter, Susan Gayle, 8 pounds and 8 ounces, 1:44 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Paulette, 2. Mr. and Mrs. John Rickman, 537 E. 7th St., a son, Dwayne Wilson, first child, 7 pounds and 4 ounces, 6:57 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Twitty, and Mrs. Esther Rickman, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Grorge Craig. Tempe, Ariz., a daughter, first child, 6 pounds and 4 ounces, Friday. Mrs. Craig is the former Marilyn Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Thompson, Alton. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Craig, Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Donglas, 224 Shaw St., Alton, a son, 8 pounds and 3 ounces, 10:25 p.m. Wednesday, Wood River Township Hospital. Company Lunch A group of herb-growing cooks introduced us to this delightful soup years ago, and we've treas ured the recipe ever .since. Brooklyn Spinach Soup Canadian Bacon with Scrambled Eggs- Tomatoes Stuffed with Green Peas Buttered Hot Rolls Fruit Cup Beverage Brooklyn Spinach Soup 2 tablespoons butter or margarine cup minced onion teaspoon minced garlic 1 tablespoon minced parsley teaspoon each dried crumbled thyme, basil and marjoram 3 cups chicken stock 1 pound spinach, cooked and pureed 1 cup light cream Salt to taste In a saucepan melt the butter; add onion and garlic; cook gently until onion is wilted and golden. Add parsley, thyme, basil marjoram, chicken stock and spinach; simmer for about 10 minutes; add salt to taste. Heat cream to the boiling point; pour into individual soup plates; pour spinach mixture over cream. Serve at once. Makes 6 to 8 servings. College Notes Miss Elizabeth Schulenburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Schulenburg of 1406 Liberty St., has entered Wake Forest College in Winston-Saiem, N.C. She is a freshman student. William R. Edmiston, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Edmiston, 2709 Grandview St., Alton, entered Georgia Tech this week as a freshman. Edmiston, who is a 1963 graduate of Alton High School is a co-op student from MacDonald Aircraft Corp. Miss Donna Best, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donnelly Best of 504 W. Central Ave., Bethalto, is enrolled in her senior year of studies at Western Illinois University, Macomb. Gary Best, brother of Donna, is a junior this year at the University of Illinois, Urbana,. He is a resident of the Beta Sigma Psi fraternity house. David Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Miller of 22 Marietta Place, has entered his freshman year at Union College, Schnectady, N.Y. Enrolled as a freshman student at Wheaton College, Wheaton, 111., is Daniel J. Watrous of 2205 Holland St. Olivet Nazarene College in Kankakee, 111., lists local students enrolled as freshmen for the coming year. They are Miss Mary Strange, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Strange, Edwardsville; and Gary and Kenneth Floyd, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Floyd, 230 Walnut St., Roxana. John Morrison, son of Mr. ajid Mrs. F. A. Morrison of 711 Euclid Place, is a third year student at Colgate University, Hamilton, N. Y-, according to a release from the university. David Voracek has entered his freshman year of studies at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Voracek, 206 Carolina Ave. Miss Sue Ann McClintock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClintock of Northmoor Place, Godfrey, is a freshman engineering major at Cornell University, Ithica, N. Y. Miss Jackie Spudich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Spudich of New Douglas, formerly of Souih Roxuna, has enrolled as a freshman at Eastern State Teachers College in Charleston, 111. 4830 SIZES 10-18 Very, Very Easy! PRINTED PATTERN Very easy-sew trio lor followers of the separates way of life! Newsworthy sleeveless jacket tops skirt 'n' shirt. Use a new dreamy wool. Printed Pattern 4830: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 jacket, skirt 2ft yards 54-inch; shirt 2V& yards 39-inch. Thirty-five cents, 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 Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 30C design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. For Personal §ervice... In all your Insurance Problem* CallorvUit the HANFELDER INSURANCE AGENCY Across from New Village Hall 104 W. Main St. E. Alton Dial 254*0648 We Write All Lines CMHS STUDENT COUNCIL Leading the student body at Civic Memorial High School in Bethalto this year are three attractive blondes. The trio was elected by a vote of the three classes Wednesday. From left are: Jeanne Henkhaus, secretary-treasurer; Yvonne Jenkins, president; and Mary Ann Klein, vice president. All three are seniors. Wood River High PTA Committees Appointed WOOD RIVER - Mrs. William Starbuck, president, has announced tho appointment of commit tecs for the East Alton-Wood Riv or High School Parent-Teacher Association for the coming year. Dr. Ncls Havens, school superintendent; Mrs. William Watson, Mrs. Hugh Worthcn and Mrs. Clarence Grover, have been named as the program committee; Mrs. Casmet Zacny, Mrs. Joseph Strong, Mrs.. Frank Jones, Mrs. Havens, ways and means; Mrs. Clarence Brazier and Mrs. R. E. George, publicity; Mrs. Roland Waters, Mrs. Jack Phillips, Mrs. William Shortal, membership; Mrs. Maurice Colclas ure, Mrs. Donald Van Meter, Mrs. Howard Gold, hostess; Mrs. Truman Vroman, Mrs. Ray Timpe, Mrs. Wayne Baxter, Mrs. Edwin Bean, Mrs. Charles Dabbs, and Mrs. Marge Shirley, refreshments. Dates and topics for meetings, which will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium, have been arranged as follows: Oct. 24, "Will your student stay in school?"; Nov. 21, "Open House;" Feb. 20, "Teen age drinking"; March 19, "Social Diseases"; April 16, open panel discussion on "Teen age drinking"; and <May 21, "Your child's future military obligations". There will be no meetings in December or Jan uary. A fish fry and bake sale at the serving stand in the Wilshire shopping Center, East Alton, will be a project of the Association Friday and Saturday. PTA members are asked to donate a pie or cake for the sale and may call any member of the committee to arrange pick-up service or obtain delivery information. The Ways and means committee, headed by Mrs. Zacny is serving as the arrangement committee. Blood Drive Set Monday At Greenfield GREENFIELD - Mrs. Greer 3urns is Woman's Club chairman of arrangements for the canteen at a visit of the American Red Cross bloodmobile unit in Greenfield Monday, at the Baptist Annex from noon until 5 p.m .The canteen is sponsored by the Woman's Club. En route To France GREENFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. William Bassham and son of Long Beach, Calif., visited Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Middleton and Mrs. ^illie Wade and Mrs. Jennie Hall his week en route for a year's study in Paris, France. Bassham s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bassham, Long Beach, former residents of Greenfield. William Bassham is art direc- .or of the Long Beach school system and has been granted a leave of absence for further study. Suffers Hip Fracture GREENFIELD-Mrs. Ben Larkin, 83, suffered a hip fracture when she fell Thursday and was taken to Boyd Memorial Hospitt al, Carrollton. She was later taken to St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton. Hennol Services GREENFIELD — The Rev. Dale Bennett of Athensville conducted funeral services for Howard Hennel at Shields Memorial Home Thursday afternoon. Pallbearers were: Gilbert Piper, Dale Featherstone, Archie Pembrook, Carl Nell, George T. Parks, Mike Waltrip, William Manker, and Hulburt Hawk. Interment was in Qakwood Cemetery. Friends Again AFGHAN - Afghanistan and Pakistan are resuming diplomatic and trade relations again. Greenfield Lions Hear L. Cochran GREENFIELD—Lincoln Cochran, who represented the Lions club at Boys State in June, gave a report at a meeting of the club Thursday night at St. Michael's Church Community Hall. Women of the church served dinner preceding the business session and program. Lester Sample, local Lions president, Nile E. Smith, and M. D. Roth, spent Thursday in St. Louis in a series of interviews for the purpose of securing a doctor for Greenfield. They gave their report at the meeting. Sample also told of his visit to the training center for seeing - eye 1 dogs in Rochester, Mich., during his vacation. Receive New Manuals GREENFIELD — The Illinois Prairie Council of Girl Scout leaders, with headquarters in Jacksonville, has presented the public library with a complete set for the four age groups of the new official manuals. These books are available for reference at the library. ' To Send Cards To Patients in Lutheran Home Members of the Ladies Aid of Faith Lutheran Church, Godfrey, will undertake a regular program of sending greeting cards to patients in the Bethesda Lutheran Home in Watertown, Wis. The cards will be sent to patients at the home who. do not receive mail regularly. Also decided was a program of donation to the home instead of working on other projects. Both actions were the result of a short talk on the needs of the home given by Mrs. John Mueller. It has been announced that a mission letter writing project has been completed. Opening devotions at the last meeting of the ;roup were given by Mrs. William Klein entitled "The Holy Spirit Our Heavenly Teacher." Mrs. Myles Bruckner closed with vespers in the church. To Meet The Congregational Church of :he Redeemer, Women's Board will meet in the home of Mrs. Robert Kemper, 540 E. Sixth St. at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday for a coffee hour and business meeting. Prairietown Aid Group Plans Supper PRAIRIETOWN — The Ladies Aid Society of St, Peter's Lutheran Church made plans this week to sponsor a chicken supper Sun day, Sept. 29. The society also made plans to operate a lunch stand at the Al fred Leseman sale Oct. 5 and the Fred Bode sale on Oct. 19. Prairietown Notes PRAIRIETOWN — Mrs. Theodore Gusewelle is a surgical pa tient at Alton Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leseman o Newkirk, Okla., are visiting rela tives and friends here, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Renken o Florida are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer. Niagara PTA Will Hear Bob Graul EAST ALTON - Robert Graul, lead of the photography department of the Alton Evening Telegraph will show pictures and speak of "Alton today and 100 'ears ago" as the program fea- urc at the Tuesday meeting of he Niagara Parent-Teacher As sociation in Niagara School. Gordon Hanson, district scout 'xecutive. and Jerry Trattler will also be guests at the meeting, and ill speak on "Boy Scouting." The meeting which will open the fall season of the Association, ivill be held at 7 p.m. rather than :30 p.m. as previously announc ed, Mrs. Walter Rives, president, las announced. Members of the District 13 School Board, school administra- ors, and Joseph Bednara, Dis- rict band instructor, will be en- ertained as special guests. Facul- y members of Niagara School vill be honored. Movies will be shown in another room of the building for the ntertainment of children accompanying their parents. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Joyd Maynard and her commit- ee. SIU's Guenther Speaks at Duel PTA Meeting ROXANA — Dr. Paul Guenther, adviser of Foreign Language classes at Southern Illinois University, was speaker at the Cen- :ral-Brushy Grove PTA meeting Thursday night. A survey was conducted to de- ermine how many parents would 3e interested in having a foreign anguage class at SIU. School board members and teachers from both Central and Brushy Grove were introduced to :he capacity crowd. Burbank-Edison PTA Meets ROXANA — Officers and committee chairmen of the Burbank- Edison PTA were introduced at :he meeting of the group Thursday evening in the Edison school gym. The teachers then talked with parents, describing the system used, explaining the rules, needs, tc. The next meeting Oct. 17, will center on the membership drive. Foreign Language Class ROXANA — Approximately 150 seventh grade students are enrolled in three foreign languages, Spanish, French and German, o: fered at Roxana Junior High school. Returns to Arkansas A&M ROXANA — Steven Uhles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Uhles of 411 Maple Ave. left Sunday for College Heights, Ark. where he will enter his senior year at Arkansas A&M College, He is ma- poring in forestry. Receive Visitors ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 'urdy and family of W. Second St. were visited the past few days by Mr. and Mrs. Pat Booth of Cisnex. Baptist Men Will Hear Folk Sing er EAST ALTON — Elmer Steele, one of the original "Tennessee Poneers" entertainment group of Knoxville, Tenn., will be featured in a program of folk music, as :he highlight of the Monday meet- ng of the Men's Fellowship in the First Baptist Church. Steele, is noted as one of the country's finest banjo players, and has appeared on the Tennessee Barn Dance, CBS Country Style, and the Knoxville radio station. The occasion to be observed as 'Hobo Night" will open with a 'Mulligan stew" dinner at 5:30 ?.m. and the men are to appear in suitable "hobo" attire, John Boren, president, reports. Prizes will be awarded for the worst costumes. Dinner reservations and' further information may be obtained by phoning Boren, or the church office. WOOD RIVER ACTOR Lloyd Durre, who is one of the leading characters in the motion picture production "Shepherd of the Hills" recently filmed at Branson, Mo. Durre grew a beard for the part in the movie as well as for his role in the summer production of the Old Mill Theater in Branson. -He is a former Wood River resident. Wood River's Durre to Be Seen in New Movie Hospital Notes St. Joseph's MEDICAL Robert L. Tucker, 1009 E. 4th Mrs. Juanita Williams, 1321 Taylor Mrs. Clara Burke, 24 Bert, East Alton William Rhoads, 505 Wood River, East Alton Mrs. Anna D. Deckrell, 1001 E. 4th Miss Patricia Ann Rende, 3839 Horn Mrs. Elizabeth M. Houston, Cottage Hills Steven W. Jones, 1015 Marie Robert Lee Aldridge, 326 Bender StJROICAL Miss Joan Marie St. Peters, 1806 State David Wm. McClintock, 121 Reno, East Alton DISMISSALS Mrs. Roda Busse, 608 Belle Raymond Chambers, Rte 2, Godfrey Mrs. Clara G. Crawford, 816 Ridge Mrs. Martha J. Greathouse, Rte. 2, Godfrey George T. Knoth, Edwardsville Edwin E. O'Neill, 429 Bowman East Alton Dennis M. Mohon, Cottage Hills Dale Schafer, 1214 Central Miss Beverly Gates, 4889 Humbert Miss Shirley Baker, Brighton Miss Carla Carpenter, 621 Leslie Wood River Lloyd Durre, former Wood River resident, is one of the actors in a new motion picture soon to be released. . Filming of the movie, "Shepherd of the Hills" was completed Sept. 11 at Branson, Mo. Durre, who until 1959 lived at 55 E. Haller Dr., Rosewood Heights, plays the part of Doctor Coughlan, one of the major characters in the production. Durre is now a teacher in the Branson High School. He is a graduate of Wood River High School and Shurtleff College. Prior to moving to Missouri, he was employed by Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. During the past summer, in addition to his work in the movie, Durre has performed at the Old Mill Theater at Branson. The 90-minute feature picture in color is produced by Macco Productions of Shreveport, La., anc is based on the best selling nove' of the same name by Harold Bel Wright. Featured in the picture it Richard Arlen, veteran Hollywooc star, who plays the part of Olc Matt. Dr. James Middleton, prominent minister of one of the largest Protestant churches of the South, will play the part of the minister who became the Shep herd of the Ozarks. Tot Injured in Fall From Porch WOOD RIVER — Gregory A. Walker, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther F. Walker, 431 Evans Ave., was admitted to Wood River Township Hospital for treatment Friday after falling off his porch in a cardboard box. He was treated for a contusion :o his right eye and an abrasion to his forehead in addition to a lead injury. At noon today.the tot was reported in "good" condition by hospital authorities. Services Canceled WOOD RIVER — The First Methodist Church, in cooperation with all Methodist Churches of the East St. Louis, has canceled the evening services on Sunday and Wednesday, to enable the congregation to attend the School for Christian Workers in the Neidringhous Memorial Methodist Church, Granite City, the Rev. Edwin Grant, pastor, reports. Also canceled is the Monday meeting of the' Methodist Men's group. Mrs. John Baxter will present the program, "The Methodist family" at the 7:30 p.m. Tues- Wood River Township MEDICAL Gregory A. Walker, 431 Evans Mrs. Helen A. Hawk, 106 EHS Main, East Alton James K, Willmon, 617 Lincoln East Alton Kennedy L. Waters, 329 Gould i ing, East Alton firs. DeLoris Lanham, 144 Lakeside, East Alton effery L. Eastham, Hartford Valter H. Bower, Cottage Hills Michael E. Grimsley, 405 Cobb, East Alton leavis L. Autery, Bethalto SURGICAL Daniel F. Foster, 807 Halloran 4rs. Daisy L. Andrus, Cottage Hillsl DISMISSALS flrs. Doray L. Kleeman, South Roxana am Rice, South Roxana afayette Fields, 3411 Badley, Alton Irs. Sarah M. Parker, 421 Washington, East Alton Alton Memorial MEDICAL .ustin Johann, 1812 Central Vliss Nancy Seago, 3117 Leverett Curtis Campbell, 3306 College VIrs. Betty Jean Davis, East Alton SURGICAL VIrs. Carol Loketich, East Alton Mrs. Shirley Crabtree, Brighton Miss Sharon Kirbach, 3018 Alby Miles Wilhelm, Godfrey Mrs. Dorothy Schauer,-742 Spring Mrs. Carolyn Foster, Grafton Walter Fraise, 3707 Coronado Mrs. Blanche Buttry, East Alton Mrs. Roberta Drill, 1112A McKinley Frank Snider, Bethalto Troy Gibson, Hartford DISMISSALS Kevin Lyerla, 4642 Humbert Mrs. Rose Schobemd, Godfrey Dinner will be served by the Mrs. Virginia Wallace, Godfiej Lutherans of Area to Meet At Wood River WOOD RIVER - Officers and members of area Lutheran Churches will convene at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Third and Beach Streets, at 5:30 p.m. iunday for the "Faith Forward" dinner meeting. Delegations of the churches of Edwardsville, Brussels, Carrollton, Jerseyville, Cottage H i 11 s Bethalto, Alton, and the local church will be in attendance, according to the Rev. R. W. Meyer, pastor of the host church. Edward Crow, Cot Concordia Lutheran Church pastor, will conduct the meeting during which program plans will be made for the remaining three months in the 196 "Faith Forward" movement o the denomination. The Rev. tage Hills East Alton Mrs. Geraldine Hunt, Saw* Washington David Monroe, 212 Maurice James Carroll, 3510 Oscar Wrs. Joyce Dillon, Roxana William Wyrnan, 2408 Birch Mrs. Marilyn Garrett, Bethalto Harry Smith, 112 E. Elm Mrs. Frances Bahr, JerseyvHl* Henry Burch, 2510 Donald John' Harmon, 2416 Hall Bonnie Kidd, Godfrey Mrs. Teresa Hopkins, Fairmount Addition Frank Cogan Jr., 1111 Long Mrs. Sara Jane Suter, 1111 Logan Mrs. Maryann Barnes, East Alton . Miss Betty Lou Garrett, 3729 Humbert Rd. Mrs. Marjorie Flaugher, Edwfirdsville Jackie Lee Morris, 3306 LeRoy Mrs. Martha Martin, 3316 BeflC Stanley Hawkins. Cottage Hills St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Kay Black, 37 W. Acton, Wood River Mrs. Helen Morgan, 842 Berkshire, East Alton Mrs. Marsha E. Brown, 3109 Alby DISMISSALS Leroy French, 306 Fox, Wood River Mrs. Anna Belle Huitt, 1465 Williams, Wood River Mrs. Edith K. Melvin, 325 Bowman, East Alton Mrs. Mary F. Rea, 109 Lakeside, East Alton Jersey Community MEDICAL Daniel McNear, Jerseyvilllc Mrs. Robert WeishaupJ, Fieldon Mrs. Donald Johns, White Hall DISMISSALS •avid Pegue, Fieldon alph Winneke, Hardin Ladies Aid Society of the church. To Show Film WOOD RIVER —The "SWASH-WASH" Open 24 Hours Daily "in (he heart of Wi/shire" •^> •• WW f V Seven Days Per Week public is invited to the showing of the feature length color movie, "A Letter to Nancy," at 7 p.m. Thursday in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, the Rev. R. W. Meyer, pastor.announces Professionally produced in Hollywood by Paramount Studios and Family Films, the movie is the first full length film to be produced in full color by the Luther an Church-Missouri Synod. It tells the story of a church member who was able to convince a jury at a trial for his defend ant, but found it almost impossible to share his Christian conviction with a nine year old girl. Picnic Set WOOD RIVER — Members of Caspar Shrine of the White Shrine of Jerusalem and their families will be entertained at the annual Shrine picnic and outing at 4:30 p.m. Sunday in Shelter house No 2 of the Westerner Club grounds, Mrs. Henry Vandervord, worthy high priestess, reports. host Mrs. Margie Shields, Cottage Hills Alfrew Dumez, Wilsonville Mrs. Wanda Carter, 1118 Douglas EDINBURGH - Scotch police are looking for a gang of young men who slashed the screen in a downtown movie house because they didn't like the film shwn. day meeting of the Martha Circle in the social rooms of the church. GRAVEMANN -WEDDINGS- 1 in beautiful LIVING p COLOR—NO MORE f ' BLACK AND WHITE! 4 -' COST? — Only 15% More! ! J VIENNA—All barbed wire has been removed on the border between Austria and Yugoslavia. CHERI'S BEAUTY SALON 'Presents Helen Bock & Charles Mayberry For Professional Beauty Services CHERI'S BEAUTY SALON 415 Alton Street—Phone 465-9073 Frances Shea, Owner smart wives know... the value of having a Budget and a Wedge Checking Account! Use the convenience of your Wedge Account to pay all your bills . . . LARGE or small. Your cancelled checks are positive proof that you paid your bills. ALTON BANKING & TRUST CO, lull-service Wedye Bank" Mrs. Irene Bockstruck, Alton Mrs. Elsilene Freeman, East Alton Cub Scouts Get Awards EAST ALTON — Awards were >resented to seven boys in rec- gnition of perfect attendance uring the past year, when Cub 'ack 13 opened the fall season Thursday wth ,a re-organizational neeting in Eastwood School. Glenn Cunningham, Cubmaster, nade the presentations to Ricky crdcn, Dana Rigsbey, Jeff Jrimes, James Kania, Joe Har- polc, Darrell Fairless and Joe Saxion. Receiving "thank you" pins for their service to the Pack were Mrs. Charles Arbuthnot, who served four years as a den mother; Mrs. Emil Kania three years as a Den mother; and Fred Lewey, two years as member of the Pack committee, all of whom are retiring as Pack members. Service stars were awarded to 14 Cubs and adult pack members. Ricky Austin, David Brenner, James Kania and Ricky Jerden, were presented Lion badges and advanced to the Webelo Den. Richard White was inducted as a Bobcat. Built-in Quality means you can be sure if ifs Westinghouse Frost Free 110 IDS Freezer Frost-Free Refrigerator 17 |b Meal Keeper keeps even — hamburgei fresh 7 days without freezing Cold Injector Cooling keeps foods fresh longer - Jce cube server storei 160 cubes plus — glide out shelve*, adjustable shelf, porcelain crlsper, cheese and buller compartment and Westinghouse Built • in Quality. "FROST FREE 11 Model Prlc«« Sturt at ... HOME FURNISHiRS 500 E. BROADWAY PHONI 465-4205

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