Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 5
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September 25, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Wood River Lions Hear Boy Scout Executive Ed Cunningham, executive director of the Piasa Bird Council of Boy Scouting, was guest speaker at the Tuesday luncheon meeting of the Wood River Lions Club In Skagg's Steak House. Cunningham explained the Scout program, and spoke briefly on the work of the United Fund. He commended the Lions Club for supporting the Boy Scouts as-a Troop sponsor. In closing he presented a movie showing the Scout- ir.g activities of astranaut Gordon don Cooper when he was a boy, and his recent 22 orbit flight in space. Richiird Judson, president, announced Oct. 1 as the opening of the attendance contest. Reservations are available to five more couples for the trip to the Northwestern-Illinois football game at the University of Illinois Oct. 5 Dr. Maurice Woll, chairman, reported. Plans were made for an Oct. 1 board meeting in the home of Calvin Vandiver. Guests were: Bill Drake, Al Webber, John Shamblin, Lon Lippey, Monte Herr, and Curtis Blevins. Mrs. Arthur Hanke's Condition 'Good' Mrs. Arthur Hanke of Rte. 1, Brighton, who gave birth to a son Monday, four days after the death of her husband in an automobile accident, was reportedly in good condition today at Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby, named Frederick Eugene, is one of five children of Mrs. Hanke and her late husband. Hanke was killed in an automobile accident near Grafton in which Gerald Glassmeyer of Rte. 1, Alton, also lost his life. How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly in Place Do your tali* t»«th tanojand un- •wnM by slipping, dropping or wob- wlng when you Mt. laugh or talk? Jiut iprlnkl* a nttl* PASTKBTH o> your plaUc.ThU alkaline (non-acid! powder hold* falie teeth more ttrmly and more comfortably. No gummy, fooey.paitTt«at« or feeling. DOM not •our. Oheeki "plate odor' 7 (denture Math). Get FASTEETH today e* eounten oerrvbera. Cub Scouts Get Awards At Roxana Cub Scouts of Pack 44 were presented awards at a meeting Monday evening at the Central school. Those receiving activity awards were: Bobby Lindley, Tommy Smith, Ronnie Miller, Kevin Cheely, Gary Wilson, Earl Parrish, Charles McReynolds, Gary Bradstreet, Terry Call and Gary Blevins. Receiving summer activity awards were: Steve Stamper, Bobby Benter, Scott Terry, Boyd Baker, Bruce Morgan, Raymond Evans, Gary Wilson, Earl Parrish and Charles McReynolds. Dwain Ray received the lion badge and a gold arrow. One year pins were presented Boyd Baker and Raymond Evans and two year pins were given Mrs. William Morgan and Bruce Morgan. The fall round up is in progress and any boy between the age of 8 and 11 is invited to join. Leave for College Richard Spicer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Spicer of 310 Chaffer Ave., arrived in Logan, Utah Sunday and has entered Utah State University. Richard Sibley, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sibley of 445 Kennedy, Rosewood Heights, is also attending Utah State University. Terry Johler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johler of 243 Norwood Drive, Rosewood Heights, has entered first year of medical school at Washington University and his brother, Craig, has begun tiis freshman year at Missouri School of Mines in Rolla. Jerry Tovo, Max Gay and Sandra Nunn, who graduated in June from the Roxana High school, left Sunday for Carbondale where they will enter their freshman year at Southern Illinois University. Spend Weekend John Gebelein, Jim Fraser and • •••••I TOO MANY BILLS? If you are unable to pay your payments, debts, or bills when due, arrange payments you can now afford regardless of how much or how many you owe. ONE PLACE TO PAY NOT A LOAN COMPANY See or Call ALTON BUDGET PLAN Bonded and Licensed. 309 RIDGE 465-2911 Living Cost Steady WASHINGTON (AP)-The cost of living held even during August, the Labor Department said today. The consumer price index remained at the July level of 107.1 per cent of the 1957-59 base period A spokesman for the Bureau o: Labor Statistics said that present indications are that the September index reading will show about the same level. In the May-July period of this year, the index rose by about : per cent. The August standing o 107.1 means that it cost $10.71 to buy the same consumer item items that could have been bought in the 1957-59 period foi $10. In August, lower food prices particularly for fresh fruits and vegetables, offset higher trans portation and recreation costs tc keep the price index constant. However, the index was 1.5 pei cent higher than in August, 1962 mainly because of higher price levels for food and housing. The bureau also reported tha the net spendable earnings of the average factory worker — his take-home pay after taxes — de cline in August by 67 cents a week. The drop in the average take home pay reflected seasonal de clines in employment in high wage industries. Hospital Women To Hear Talk On Micro-Film Charles A. Smith and Miss Vir ginia McAnarney will share speaking honors at the first fal meeting of the Township Hospit al Auxiliary at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Roxana Park House. Smith, a representative of thi Central Micro - Film Service Corp., St. Louis, will explain and demonstrate a micro - film read er and copier machine. Miss Smith, Township Hospita medical records librarian, wil speak on "Hospital Patient Rec ords". Reports on the 9th District con vention held in Stratford Hotel Alton, will be heard during th business session. Mrs. Clarence Hunt and he committee will have charge of th social hour. ligh School students are invited o be guests of the faculty from to 5:30 p.m. at a "Get Acquainted" coffee hour in the school lounge in Wood River. An art, craft and hobby dis- >lay, illustrating interests and mstimes of the teaching staff will lighlight the occasion, and includes a variety of collections. >aintings, ceramics, wood crafts and many others. Elmer Schwalbe, principal, stated, "We hope by this exhibit to give the parents the opportunity o learn more about us and share our interests." TOKYO — Bowling is becoming more popular in Japan. Keith King, students at Illinoi State University in Normal, spen the weekend with their parents. WASHERS and DRYERS WRINGER WASHER Reg. 124.95 Only 00 AUTOMATIC WASHER Only Reg. 234.94 '178 ELECTRIC DRYER Only Reg. 179.95 '148 ALL MODELS REDUCED FOR THIS SALE ALTON'S LARGEST MAYTAG DEALER! BANK FINANCING — TERMS AVAILABLE! The Only Exclusive Appllane* Store in Downtown Alton 313 HUE ST. SEE CY Be/or* You Buy Faculty to Entertain Lewis-Clark Parents Parents of Lewis-Clark Junior Other members of our staff fill (heir spare time hours with gar- denig, reading, writing, church work, singing, politics, fishing, baseball, Scouting, etc., however the committee could find no practical way of exhibiting their hobbies, Schwalbe explained. LIPS WOULD DO IT LOUISVILLE, Ky. IP— The letter carried no name, no numbers —just the initials "CC" and a sketch of a pair of lips. It was delivered to Cassius Clay, a contender for the heavyweight boxing crown whose boasting has earned him the nickname "Louisville Lip." St. Bernard's Fall Festival Set Oct. 13 Oct. 13 has been set as the date of the annual fall school festival of St. Bernard's Parochial School in Wood River when the executive board of the home and school association met Monday in the school hall. A. W. Frazier, president, and Jack Delaney are serving as co chairmen of the event, and plans will be completed at the 7:30 p.m. Tuesday general membership meeting in the school hall. Chairmen of the room mothers committees of the various classrooms were selected and include: Kiwanians to Entertain High School Students Nine boys and girls of each of the Roxana, Bethalto and East Alton-Wood River High Schools, and thoir school sponsor, will be honored guests at the "Boy and Girl Night" dinner party of the Kiwanis Club at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Colonial Supper Club. The students were picked by Mrs. Fred Tarcza, Mrs. Joseph Sido, Mrs. Walter Horyn, Mrs. Donald Broadway, Mrs. William McCleish, Mrs. Henry Studnicki, Mrs. Herbert Cleary, Mrs. A. W. Frazier, Mrs. Lawrence Fenne wald, Mrs. Tony Militello, Mrs, Charles Corrigan, and Mrs. Virgil Bowen. the faculty of the school on their 'display of leadership through the years as students of the school," Dave Winnett, program chairman, reports. The event is a portion of the annual youth program observed by each dub of the National Kiwanis organization. Clarence Jabusch, president of the Township Chamber of Commerce, will appear as principal speaker on the topic, "Society of squares." Plans for the weekend sale of roasted peanuts in the shopping districts of the area communities, will be completed during the brief business meeting to be conducted by Dr. Edgar Davison. SCHOOL OF LIFE VANCOUVER (AP) - LegWte- ror Dave Barnett says persons aver 30 should not have to complete high school courses before applying for a university. Urging that an aptitude and lability test should be sufficient, Barnett says, "Most people at the age of 35 with average intelligence have garnered enough life experience and maturity to handle a university education," Barnett adds, "Holland has used the program for a number of years." 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PERFECT FOR WATERLESS COOKING i INCLUDES 11-IN. CHICKEN FRYER, COOKER AND 2 SAUCEPANS REG. 24.96 5x9-f t. Utility Tables with Live-Action Top REG. 36.98 14 99 ONLY 3 DAYS USE FOR TABLE TENNIS OR WORK TABLE STURDILY BUILT WITH STEEL FOLDING LEGS 19 88 3 DAYS ONLY Silvertone 19-in. Portable TV EASY TO CARRY FITS NICELY ON SHELF OR TABLE FRONT-MOUNTED 4-INCH SPEAKER FOR TRUE TONE REG. 119.95 99 •^ -^a Kenmore Dryers Have Giant 10-lb. Capacity REG. 129.95 Circulating Type Gas Heaters Save on Fuel 3 DAYS ONLY HAS NORMAL HEAT CYCLE WHITE LOAD-ADOOR ACTS AS CLOTHES SHELF 99 *S ^^3 p ays Oiily 35,000 BTU OUTPUT HAS THERMOSTAT AND SAFETY PILOT AMERICAN GAS ASSN. APP. 8 DAYS ONLY WITH BLOWER 99 Shop at Sears and Save Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back ALTON, ILL. Phone 465-5511 STORE HOURS; Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9 to 9. Other Days 9 to 5. i _.. ,„,. 4- ....:....

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