Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 23, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, September 23, 1963
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1963 Two Receive Promotions In the Military Two area men stationed with j 28th Artillery division near Bad U.S. Afmy forces in Germany Kissingen and James E. Klston recently received promotion?. Jr.. of 906 Ferguson Ave., Wooc fcd«ard F. Cox, son of Mr. and|R> v er. was promoted to Specialist Mrs. Marshall M. Cox of 418 Cliff r " ' M ° "** tho Sth Aril " B "' St., Alton, was promoted to Specialist Five while assisted to the while with the 5th Artillery division. Another area man, Sgt. James HRIFT'S UESDAY PECIALS Prlcei Good Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Carry-Oof OnJy/ BIG! BIG! 9-FT.X12-FT. A LIMITED SELECTION OF PATTERNS AND COLORS. COME AND GET 'EM! FIRST COME ...FIRST SERVED! REGULAR $5.95 Wo Deliveries—no Phone Orders Back to Begular Prices after 5 p.m. Tuesday Limited To Carry-Out Stock ^^dH^ta^_ Only On Hand Contes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Coates of 819 Fountain St., Alton, reenlisted for four years in the Regular Army while serving as a squad leader at Fort Buckner, Okinawa. His wife, Peggy, is with him in Okinawa. At the Great Lakes (111.) Naval Training Center, three area men are undergoing nine weeks of basic training. They are: Larry Aus fin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil R. Austin, 307 Church St., East Alton; Kiclmrd E. Stevenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stevenson Jr., 1006 Milnor Ave.; and Frank D. Sorgea, son of August C. Sorgea, 116 W. Forest St., Hartford. Airman Waller D. Raymond of 3528 California Ave., Alton, will begin training as an air policeman at Lackland AFB, Tex. At the Naval Ordnance Test Station, China Lake, Calif.. Marine 2. Lt. Frederick F. Harsbar ger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick F. Harsbarger Sr., 645 E. 5th St., Alton, completed two weeks training. He is stationed at Cherry Point, N. C. To keep military units in con slant readiness for combat, test drills and operations are usual fare for battalions. At Camp Pen dleton, Calif., Marine PFC Dunne A. Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard U. Young, 118 Boynton Dr., Alton, and Marine PFC Lawrence E. McCanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. McCauley of Brighton, serving with the First Marine Division recently participated in a three day tactical readiness test. In Germany, Army PFC Don* aid R. Watsoni whose wife Jo Ann, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin W. Watson, live in Brighton, participated in exercise Lion Vert with the 59th Artillery. In other posts around the world: Donald F. Jackson, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson of 3810 Western Ave., Alton is serving aboard the guided missile cruiser USS Little Rock, flagship of the Sixth Fleet, which was recently at the Italian port of LaSpezia. Marine PFC Walter L. Overby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Overby of 486 California Ave., East Alton, is serving at Camp Pendleton, Calif., with the Third Battalion, Fifth Regiment of the First Marine Division. CHURCH AGAINST APARTHEID JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP)—The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Southern Africa, Southeastern Region, has adopted a statement condemning "any form of segregation" or "discrimination based on race, color or ethnic origin" as "contrary to the will of God and to the gospel." Apartheid (segregation) is required by law in South Africa. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "I always felt Frank Sinatra was too young for me —and now there's a Frank Sinatra Jr." Jersey Church Class Hears Former Teacher JERSEYVILLE — The Tried and True Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church me Friday evening at the home o Mrs. Edward Rhodes on the Fieldon Road with Mrs. Pau Bridgewater Sr. as assistan hostess. A question and answer periot on difficult Bible questions was conducted by Miss Cora Lofton During the evening a long dls tance telephone call was received from Mrs. Mayme Rels ner of Tucson, Ariz., a forme teacher of the class who talkec briefly to each class membei present. Eighteen members and thi'ei guests were preseht. The guest: were Miss Lynn Van Dyke, Mrs Harold E. Lane of Jerseyvill and Mrs. Mary Loven of Har lingen, Texas. Daughter Born JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs Robert Wishaupt of Fieldon have given the name Sherry Lynne their infant daughter born at 6:12 p.m. Thursday at the Jersey Com munity Hospital. The baby weigh ed 8 pounds 14% ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. Albert Weishaupt o Hardin and Mr. and Mrs. James Wade of Jerseyville. Mrs. Weishaupt was formerly Miss Rosalee Wade. Other chll dren are Ricky 5, Beth 3% and Bruce 2. Parents of Son JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs Gene Johns of White Hall are the parents of a boy born at 5:48 p.m. Thursday at the Jersey Community Hospital. They have nam ed the baby Donald Eugene Jr and he weighed 8 pound % ounces. The baby is a grandson oi Floyd Johns of Pearl and Mr. and Mrs. Buck Powell of White Hall. Mrs. Johns before her marriage was Miss Shirley Powell. Other children in the family are Pamela 8, Floyd 6% and Kevin 5. Attend Peorla Conference JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Theresa Klunk, senior regent of the Jerseyville Women of the Moose Nowl HFC offers Larger Loans io more people SMALL LOANS UP TO '800 with up to 24 months to repay When you need money-to cover an emergency trip, overdue bills, an unexpected call for cash, or for any good purpose-see the understanding folks at HFC. With 85 years of experience in helping families like yours, Household Finance can provide the right type of loan to suit your exact money need. It pays to do business with people you pan trust Borrow with confidence at HFC. Co* flOO 200 300 000 800 MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS 34 U 13 6 $5.90 11.69 17.13 27.22 41.69 $ 7.27 14.43 21.26 34.15 52.81 $10.04 19.96 29.61 48.09 75.12 $18.45 36.79 54.83 90.04 142.21 Ctunia tat anaputtd at 3% on thai part if ichtduM MmiiM* balanca not ncudmt (ISO, 2% Hint* tl&O to $300 ami 1% on any Timfuuitf. Ammo** me nM iiutudt eat of £w7amr«K««M loam at r™"/>'**• LARGE LOANS $ 850 TO $ 5000 with up to 60 months to repay With the new Illinois Instalment Loan law In effect, HFC is now making larger loans available to more people than ever before. More families now qualify for the larger loans necessary to meet today's greater needs. So, if you have a money problem that calls for considerable cash—fixing up the house, buying a better car, paying off instalment contracts-come and see us. Every year more than 2 million people get fair, understanding money help at HFC. You can, too. Onk ITooOel * $1000 2000 2500 3000 5000 MONT 60 turmh 5129.09 HIY PA 48 tarmh $74.96 89.95 149.92 fMBNT 36 patmh S36.94 73.88 92.35 110.83 184.71 PLANS 34 bfyiuti $5020 100.40 125.50 150.60 251,00 AtoH poymtMlt inchuii principal end ckartf »n loam if paid an icktduli, but do not inclujt ckoiftt 0* Grmf Lift A Duabiiilj inanatKt HOUSEHOLD FINANCE HOUSEHOLD FINANCE oan Corporation Far either a tmafl or a large loan, phone or vMt BFC today 123 West Third St., 2nd Floor PHONE: 465-8871 Hours: Monday thru Thursday 9s30 to 5:30-Friday 10 to 8 and Mrs. Catherine Wock, local recorder, attended the conference of the WOM held in Peoria, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The next meeting of the Jerseyville Chapter will be held Wednesday. Cut For Saws OTTAWA — Canada has again cut the tariff on portable electric motor-driven chain saws. FHA Chapter Plans Events At Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE — The Jerseyville Chapter of the l-'uture Homemakers of America has chosen Its program theme and has planned activities for each month of the coming year. A "Get - acquainted" picnic was held in the Legion Park Thursday. The group held its first meeting Thursday in the school cafeteria. The president, Sandy McDonald, presided and Jftn«t Fleming, vice president of recreation, gave a talk. Carol Guilander explained the sale of cookbooks and the group voted to "Sponsor the sale. The one selling most books is awarded a cookbook. The "point sheets" was explained by the Historian Llrtda Parrot. Sandy McDonald and Carol Stephens gave reports on their trip to the 1963 state conference of the Illinois Association of the Future Homemakers of America which they attended this • BY GRAVEMANN • Every Tuesday Is Children's Day This event Is being held over indefinitely by popular demand. 6 direct color Wallet Portraits, all different poses—$2.95. summer. Barbara DeShasler gave a report oh the fall rally to be held Oct. 5 at Hlilsboro. BONN — Germany is register- Ing huge gains In foreign sales. Convict fteleased MANCHESTER—A convict Serving a life term for murder In a British prison has been granted a pardon after he served as I test case tor doctor* Investigating lung and kidney cancer. Enjoy More Comfort . . . Safety, Economy WITH A NEW C.E. IMPERIAL GAS rURNACE ing you can "feel" th«s difference . . . Swirling air pMStog «ve* hundreds of "Pin Points*' draws maximum heat from the G-B east Iron heat exchanger for max! mum heating economy and efficiency. 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