Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 23, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, September 23, 1963
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MONDAV, SEPTEMBER 23,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN -,...,.o. j._^.-. Kane KANE — Perry Hardwick entered Boyd Memorial Hospital in Carrollton Friday lor medical treatment. Mrs. Henry Clabaugh and Mrs. Lavane Worley left Friday for Wichita Falls, Tex. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Worley and family who visited tot the past two weeks with Mrs. Worley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hawk and other relatives Mrs. Harry Lanham el Qrftnite City visited Friday with h«r slfr ter-in-law, Mrs. Harry Varbte, who accompanied her home for several days. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" COOK'S PAINTS 1913 1963 CONTINUED THIS WEEK! ANNUAL FALL SAVE M 00 a Gal. on COOK'S Finest Quality HOUSE PAINTS Your Choice of: • COOK'S GRIPBOMD Exterior Wood Undercoat COOK'S HOUSE PAINT 6 Gal. White or Standard Colors NEW A-Kryl-X Latex HOUSE PAINT $ 6! 5 Reg. $7.95 Suede Low-luster HOUSE PAINT $7.58 Gal. No Down Payment, Months to Pay on Cook's Charge Plan REDUCED THIS WEEK COOK'S Quality FINISHES SHADOTONE FLAT ENAMEL. Finest qual >kW// 'ity scrubbable wall finish. Reg. $6.41 *W oai. COROVEL LATEX WALL FINISH. Easy-to- $ C89 'apply, washable. Reg. $6.54 am'G.i. SHADOTONE SATIN ENAMEL. Scrubbable $JL 74 for walls, woodwork. Reg. $7.49 ™°J!j- DECCA LATEX WALL FINISH. Low cost $^58 beauty for walls. Reg. $3.98... 4af o»i. E&D HIIUSl PAINT Reg. $5.98 IC38 aaV G»I Co-Pa-Co White BIOG. PAINT ««9 $>|4* $4.98 ^Hc., White Latex m[( mm Cost $ Only FLOOR COVERING SPECIALS Matrtc-Surfac* RUGS SA95 fall Sin 16*59 Eo. Vinyl-Asbestos FLOOR TILE Wf-bi. (Until* •eg. I6c Til* 100% Vinyl-Surface FLOORING to 1341. Wd* Re*. SI.19 99 Sq. Yd. Feather-Light CEILING TILE 12x1 MB, M* 8 . From 19c 17 c Ea. 4'/4»4'/4.ln. Plastic WALL TILE 4 COLORS Only 2 Foam Baek Cotton HALL RUNNER 27" j|||. Wide H5IB Ft. WALLPAPERS Buy One Roll at Regular Price . . . . Got Another One for One-Cent*: 2 Roll* Reg. 39c 2 Rolls Reg. 49o 2 Rolls Reg. We 2 Rolls 30' 40' 50c 60c Sample Albums Not included ivory Roll GUARANTEED Perfect 4-liUh OOLDINROD WALL •RUSH UfffS, Jaiidt er out MO. ILICTRIC GLO-TORCH •M-ln. Wid* Take, off old paint fasti Clean* up to 20-Ft, pat minute. 9H.ff 66 lach »9 Lifetime Aluminum , E.X.T.E-N.S.I.O.N LADDERS e Rubber safety feet e Vinyl end capa e Hydro-locked rungs 16.*. Sfio $ 15 95 Ei, 20-Ft. 24.Pt. 28-Ft. 32-Ft. 36-Ft. 4Q«R. $19.95 Ea. 993.91 Ea. III.9& Ea. $42.95 Ea. $46.95 Ea. $51.95 Ea. All ladders over 16-ft. equipped with tope and pulley COOK'S PAINTS t W. I'DWAY Dial 4*5.5812 BOTTOMS UP Pour young men were In this vehicle when it struck a tree and overturned Saturday night on the circle drive in Alton's Riverfront Park, William Wiser of Godfrey was driving and passengers were: Patrick Carter, Patrick Hager and Ross Rodenbaugh of Alton. None was reported seriously hurt. 2 Fined After Car Strikes Tree in Park., Overturns Two of the four young men in an auto truck that struck a tree and overturned Saturday night on the Circle Drive in Riverfront Park had been fined by noon today and two were still slated to appear before Police Magistrate George Roberts. The accident, according to police, occurred when the car. driven by William D. Wiser, 25, of Godfrey, was speeding around the circle at a high rate of speed, smashed into a tree, and then overturned. Two of the passengers, Patrick Carter, 22, of 1140 Long St.. and Patrick Hager, 20, of the Columbia Hotel received emerg- HI! Lots Of Bargains For You GREEN ONIONS AND RADISHES A bunch Iceberg LETTUCE A Head Golden CARROTS Cello, bag Winter POTATOES 100 *i.9S PLENTY OF APPLES ON SALE I/. n Bushel $ Basket _ BROADWAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 East Broadway ency treatment at St. Joseph's Hospital following the accident and were then released.' Wiser, who was charged with a speed violation, a traffic violation and intoxication was fined $10 and costs on each charge after pleading guilty before Roberts. Ross Rodenbaugh was fined $10 and costs on a charge of intoxication and Carter and Hager were still slated to appear before Roberts at noon, each on a charge of intoxication. Alton Moose Given Awards At State Meet i Frank Wendle and Frank Pat- schull, both of Alton order of the Moose, received fellowship awards for meritorious service Sunday at the Illinois Moose Association State Convention in Peoria. The award is the second highest award a Moose member may receive. Alton secretary, Frank Travis was appointed outer guard of the Illinois Moose Organization. Workshops and organizational meetings were held during the convention for both men and women Moose members. Also attending the convention were the wives of Wendle, Pat- schull and Travis; and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Taylor, Mr. arid Mrs Richard French, Mr. and Mrs Harry Rhoades, Mrs. Barbara Robertson and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Franke, all of Alton Order of the Moose. Prefer Kid Stuff EDINBURGH - A Scotch 11- )rarian reports that more adults are borrowing children's books as modern novels have lost their appeal. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. Lions Club to See Film of Canoe Trip EDWARDSVTLLE — Local Lions club member Jerry Berget and Orville E. Brown, a rtiember of the Godfrey Lions Club, will pefesent pictures and a recorded commentary of their canoe trip on the current river at a meeting here Tuesday evening. Berger said the pictures and commentary were recorded during all four seasons of the year. Brown, the other member of the river expedition, is a lab pho tographef at Shell Oil Co. The meeting will be at Trinity Lutheran School at 6:30 p.m. Program Chairman Charles Butler and Lion Don Bailey arranged the program. TRUE AMBITION MODESTO, Calif. (AP) - This squash vine wanted to grow places. It sprouted In Mrs. Georgia Carlson's yard, traveled into Joe Wilson's yard, then climbed 10 feet up into a peach tree. Still energetic, it produced 17 large squash. MEXICO CITY — A Mexican company will ship blankets to Spain. OPEN TONITE UNTIL 9 P.M. on* beautifully shaped shell blouse 4.00 All line, and lovely fashion. Graceful bracelet sleeves, button back. 65% Dacron* polyester, 35% cotton. White and lovely colors. 30 *o 38. LEADER'S DEPT. STORE 710 E. B'DWAY TKUST US-OVFR 4 MIUION HAVl SINCE 18P8 300 EAST BROADWAY AIR CONDITIONED FREE STORESIDE PARKING WLD ******** ANOTHER FRANKLIN UNION BARGAIN! 8-PIECE BUNK BED QROUP COMPLETE INCLUDES: X Twin or Bunk Bed* > Oozy Mattresses » Sturdy Springs Laddar wid Guard R*U NO MONEY DOWN $6,00 A MONTH Just the thing for those young cowhands—sturdily constructed for long rough use. Finished in Salem Maple and designed with the wagon wheel western motif. OPEN 'TIL 9 PM MONDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY! Easy way to use "Good 'N 1 Spicy" CHILI Break contents and odd one cup of water and desired amount of canned Chili Hot Beans, This chili may also be served Over Spaghetti, Macaroni or spread over Tamales. We reserve right to limit. No sales to dealers. Good - Y - Spicy" Brick With a rich Old-Fashioned Flavor full T-lb brick CHILI HOT BEANS RED BEANS ARMOUR TAMALES IROOKJ 100 Mb. Pkg. 1-lb. 31c 19c 39c Serve Chili with These "Good Taste 11 CRACKERS Saltines Wrapped in Quarter Pound Pkgi. for Freshness Mb. box 2 '££• 35c C. W. CATSUP C W Pll^tYl BC WNOU Dltl <"•" 9R* • "' rlWnLB9 JOUR Ot KOJHH (ar «96 SPAGHEHI ° "£ $1

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