Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 24, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 24, 1963
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Westinghouse Announces the Appointment of Jim Jones, lnc.-*911 Milton Road-Alton as a Neu> Franchised Westinghouse Dealer in the Alton Area. OPEN 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. 911 MILTON ROAD 911 MILTON ROAD SAVE DURING OUR GIGANTIC TENT SALE • THURSDAY-SEPT. 26 • FRIDAY-SEPT. 27 • SATURDAY-SEPT. 28 BIG DAYS With the merger of Westinghouse and Jim Jones we had to find room to display our new line of Westinghouse Appliances to be presented at special low prices. The only way we could do it was to have a gigantic tent set up on our parking lot at Russ-All Center, Milton Road. COME OUT TOMORROW AND SEE THE BARGAINS WE'VE ASSEMBLED FOR THIS BIG 3-DAY TENT SALE! w A step atieac Westinghouse REFRIGERATOR 'Automatic Defrost, 2 Door Model RND31 Separate Freezer Section holds 103 Ibs. at zero- zone temperatures. Auto-Defrost Refrigerator section. Twin Porcelain Crispers keep Vj bushel vegetables dewy-fresh. Plus— 2-Position Shelf, Butter Compartment, Eg.g Shelf, Tall Bottle Space and Westinghouse Built-in Quality. 3 DAYS ONLY! Westinghouse AUTOMATIC CAN OPENER ... or you get one absolutely FREE with the purchase of Miy Westinghouse Major Appliance. This Offer Expires Saturday, Sept. 28. With Trade BIG SAVINGS ON MAJOR APPLIANCES DURING THIS SALE! r- ^ Westinghouse W) LAUNDRY TWINS EASY • TERMS AVAILABLE Heavy Duty Laundromat 4 * 1 LCD30 • Multi-Cycle Wash Control • Cold Water Wash and Rinse • Push-Button Wasli Temperatures • Weighing Door • Suds 'N Water Saver LAUNDROMAT $ 199 With trade Dryer DCD30 • Automatic Dry Cycle • 4 Push-Button Temperatures • Separate Time Control • Built-in Lint Collector • Handy Loading Door MATCHING DRYER 3 DAYS ONLY! w Westinghouse I PORTABLE MIXER ' or you get one absolutely FREE with the purchase of any Westinghouse Major Appliance during Tent Sale! This offer expires Saturday, Sept. 28. Westinghouse FREEZER 525 lb. capacity, separate freeze compartment, rust proof porcelain liner, plus—8 year food spoilage warranty. With trade $ "A With trade GOME TO "Russ-All" Center AND SAVE ON Westinghouse Appliances- 3-DAY TENT SALE-Thurs,-Frf.~Sat. TENT SALE Special A s wi> ahead i Model FHD51 Westmghouse DAYS ONLY! HOT DOG COOKER . 95 or you get one absolutely FREE with the purchase of any Westinghouse Major Appliance during tent sale. You can be sure if it's Westmghouse! JIM JONES, INC. 911 MILTON ROAD-DIAL 462-2765 O. H. Yivell Company at Carrollton Sold to Vogt CARROLLTON - The O. H. VI- vpll Insurnnee and owned hy Mr. and Clark and founded Abstract Co. Mrs. Victor in 1891 by Mrs. Clark's father, 0. H. Vivell. has been sold to W. G. Vogt, attorney, who will take over the business Oct. 1. Under the ownership of Vogt the business will still be known at the 0. H. Vivell Co. and will continue to represent the Chicago Title and Trust Co. With the exception of Victor Clark, who is retiring, and his son, John Clark, who was associated with his father in the business, the personnel will remain the same, with A. H. Johnson doing the abstract work and Mrs. Joe Price as office secretary. John Clark has already accepted a position with the Missouri Abstract Co.. with offices in the Courthouse at Clayton. Mo., and began work there Monday. Plans are indefinite at present as to where Mr. and Mrs. Clark and children will make their home and in the meantime Mrs. Clark and children are staying in Carrollton. Birthday Dinner CARROLLTON - Mrs. Lawrence Price of Eldred was guest of honor at a birthday dinner Sunday at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Price Other guests were Lawrence Price of Eldred, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Price and daughter of Bethalto, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Price and daughter of Greenfield and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hartwick and daughter of Carrollton. Parents of Daughter CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Clark of Carrollton are parents of a daughter born Mon day in Boyd Memorial Hospital. This is the second child of the couple and second daughter. Mrs, Clark is the former Mary Ann Crawford, daughter of Colonel j and Mrs. Leo Crawford of San Diego, Calif, and Clark is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Clark of Carrollton. Cooper Reunion CARROLLTON — Mrs. William Reif, Charles Asblord, Miss Marian Ashford, Mrs. J. M. Widdowson, and L. M. Dowdall of this city, Mrs. Bess Freeh of Kane and "Mrs. R. B. Ellis of Green field went to Palmyra Sunday where they attended the Coope i reunion at Terry Park. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Admitted t Boyd Memorial Hospital Sun day as medical patients wer Charles A. Gerson Sr., and Lesli Wollenweber, both of Carrollton Admitted Sunday for s u r g e r were Wilbert Joyce of Greenfiel and Mrs. Helen Denham of Jer seyville. Harvey Lacey of Eldred was admitted Monday as a medical patient. Michael Graner of Carrollton was dismissed Saturday. Dismissed Sunday were Wilbur Schroeder of Eldred nnd Mrs, Pearl Ross and daughter of Cnrrollton. Mrs. 1ae Smith of Greenfield was dis- issed Monday. Parents of Son CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. onald Evans of this city are the arents of a son, David Darr, orn Saturday in Alton Memorial ospltal. The child weighs seven ounds and eight ounces and is second child of the couple and rst son. Mrs. Evans is the former Doris Darr, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. George Darr of Carroll- on, and Evans is the son of Mr. id Mrs. Kenneth Evans, also of iis city. Oncc-n-Month Club CARROLLTON - Mrs. Clalr By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull -armody, Mrs. Ira Curnutt and Irs. Leonard Stone were hostess- s at a dinner meeting of the nce-a-Monlh Bridge Club Monat Day's Colonial "I don't know why you worry about me smashing the family car. All the fellows my age smash the family car." ay evening :oom. Divorce Granted CARROLLTON - A decree for ivorce was granted Friday in recne County Circuit Court by udge L. A. Mehrhoff in the suit [ Robert William Jackson vs. Barbara Jean Jackson. The harge was wilful desertion. CARROLLTON — Two mar- iage licenses were issued Sept. 0 in the office of Richard Mc- Greene County clerk. One vas issued to William Vestel and tfiss Constance Fox, both of Roodhouse. The other was to ames Painter and Miss Twyla -.akin, both of Springfield. Accepts Posldon CARROLLTON — Miss Phyllis Cordes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'rank Cordes, has accepted a po- ition in the Milner Rexall Drug tore, succeeding Mrs. L a n n y .lOvekarnp, who resigned to join ler husband and make their home n Joliet. Miss Cordes is a 1962 graduate )f the Carrollton Community High School and was employed before .ccepting her prsent position by he Standard Underwriters Insurance Co. in St. Louis. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Miss Janet Blackslone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackstone, left Sunday to resume her studies at Monmouth College. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Adams and sons of Farmersville were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pranger Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rhoads and- daughter and Miss Judy Wollenweber spent Sunday afternoon in Macomb where they visited the Rhoads's son, Randall, who is a freshman this year at Western Illinois College. Mrs. James Graves, who is employed in the law office of McDonald and Strickland, began a two-week vacation this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jude Caselton and family left Tuesday to return to their home in Chicago after spending two weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Caselton and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pranger. Mr. and Mrs. Peter McCadden Jr., and daughter left Monday for Carbondale after spending a few weeks here with McCadden's parents Mr. and Mrs. Peter McCadden Sr. McCadden is returning to his studies at the Southern Illinois University. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goans Sr. and daughter, Virginia, of White Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goans Jr., Miss Carol Hardwick and Miss Betsy Hardwick of this city spent the weekend in the Ozarks Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Hutchens were weekend guests of Mr. anc pin remained for an tadefln visit at the home of her son- aw and daughter, Mr. and M Saupe. Col. Leo Crawford, who 1 >oen taking special training 3ayton, O., a few weeks, w i arrive Friday to visit his son aw and daughter, Mr. and W Joseph M. Clark, enroute to h homo in San Diego, Calif. John Dailcy, son of Dr. « Mrs. Paul A. Dailey, left Mom for Chicago where he is a sop more in the University of Illir College of Medicine. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith { Mr. and Mrs. Ed Havelka during the weekend for Tucs Ariz., where they will spend weeks with the Smith's son law and daughter, Mr. and W Elroy Glossop. Junior Counsellors CARROLLTON — The coun lors of the troops of the Jui Catholic Daughters of Amei will meet for a planning sess Wednesday, Sept. 25, at 7:30 p at the home of Mrs. Leo Go( BUDAPEST — Hunearians has at and left Mrs. Norhert Hulchens of Winchester at their summer home at Meredosia. Kenneth Conway of Chicago was a weekend guest of his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. McCadden. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Minder and Mrs. William Leppin of Peoria were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Saupe. Mrs. Lep- are leaning more to a Western attitude towards capitalism. J & A Springman HAS A FULL LINE OP PLUMBING SUPPLIES ONLY 10 DAYS TILL OCT. 4 AND BUICK THE PLACE: ALT YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART i - NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Of the 111 UN members are African or Asian. a-24 b-47 c-56 t By addressing the UN General Assembly, President Kennedy emphasized our country'* a-support for the UN b-stand on Viet Nam c-anger at Cuba 3 The question of admitting Red- China to the United Nations was introduced this year by a-the Soviet Union b-Albania c-India 4 President Kennedy's 5-day, 11-state tour Includes a speech in tha Mormon Tabernacle in a-Denver b-Salt Lake City c-Sacramento 5 A 53-city federal program to get dropouts back in school has had encouraging results. Tru« or False? PART II - WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1-plenary 2-defy 3-stipulate 4-anguished 5-asBail a-set oneself openly against authority b-attack o-showing pain or grief d-complete, entire •-demand as condition of agreement PART III - NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 6 points for names that you can correctly match with the cluea. l-Carloa Sosa-Rodriguez (C AR-los SO-Bah road-REE-ges) 2-Levi Eshkol 3-James Bryant Conant 4-Eciward M. Kennedy •6-Andrei Gromyko STUDENTS a-talked with Madame Nhu in Yugoslavia b-calls teacher training U.S. scandal c-Soviet Foreign Minister d-lsraeli Premier plans Galilee development •-new UN General Assembly President • VIC fee.. MwNttn I. Alton Evening Telegraph Match word clues with their corresponding pictures or symbols. 10 points for each correct answer. a .....a new nation b five at a time in Aberdeen, S. Dakota o Cindy moved in d Russia ordered $500 million worth from Canada e Portland, Oregon celebrates third birth MALAYSIA i Madame Nh u to visit U.S. g NASA's mete- orold satellite b UN General Assembly President is from this country i .....Adlai Stevenson, our UN Ambassador J to visit Bister in Greece 8 EXPLORER XVI HOW DO YOU RATE 7 (kort boh Sldt of Quli 91 to 100 points - TOP SCORE! 81 to W point* - Exc.lUl. 71 to 80 polnh - Good, 61 to 70 point* - F«lr. 60or UnoV???- rfmm! Thli Quli U pit of Itw Educational Program which Thli Nuwtptpw fomliHa* to School* In thl» »rM to Stimuli* IntwMt In Natlontl •nd WvU Affeln M Ml *ld to Oovtloplno Good CltluMMp. ANSWERS ON REVERSi PAOE

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