Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 9
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September 25, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINli Blood Drive Nets 110 Pints At Greenfield GREENFIELD — Mrs. Prank Greer, local chairman, reported today that 110 pints of blood were received at the visit of the Red Cross bloodmobile unit here Monday. There were seven rejections among those who restored as compared with 40 at the summer visit of the unit. New Fords, Falcons To Make Debut Friday CHUCK D1ERING Noodles Needed SINGAPORE — Singapore will Boon import large amounts of grain lor noodle making. Two area dealers, Chuck Diering Ford of Alton and Hutton Ford of Wood River, will start showing the 1964 Fords Friday. Although it retains its compact size, the Ford Falcon is reported to have an exciting "look of action" for 1964. Completely restyled for the first time since its introduction four years ago, the Falcon offers added comfort inside, improved economy, and a softer, big-car ride, according to company spokesmen. Says E. F. Laux, Ford division general marketing manager, "All 16 models in the 1964 Ford lineup — including the uniquely styled four-door hard- SEPTEHBEE BABCAIH JUBILEE THURSDAY — FRIDAY — SATURDAY top models — are designed to combine an exterior look of greater luxury with still more of the luxury engineering features that Tiave made the 1963 Fords our best seller." According to Laux, the redesigning has increased headroom in the new Ford models by as much as an inch. Loans to lighten TAIPEI — National Chinese economists are saying that the strength of the Taiwan financial picture makes it possible now for other nations to be harder in their terms when extending development loans. CLYDE HUTTON Basutoland will bar dancing. Greenfield Travelers to Meet Friday GREENFIELD—Regular meet- ngs of the Travelers Club will be resumed Friday afternoon. Mrs. E. Middleton will be hostess to the group at 2:30 p.m. Following payment of dues and reading of the constitution and bylaws, Mrs. Andrew Dalton will give the program on the subject, Scenic Illinois." Roll call topic for the year will be, "Amusing Anecdotes". Mrs. Glenn C. Smith is 19631964 president; Mrs. Dalton, vice president; Mrs. John Vandaveer, secretary; and Mrs. Middleton, treasurer. Mrs. S. D. McPherron, Mrs. W. R. Stringer, and Mrs. C. E. Linn, arranged the programs for the year; Mrs. Frank Parks, Mrs. James Martin, and Mrs. Glenn C. Smith, are members of the membership committee; and the press committee is Mrs. K. T. Smith Mrs. Middleton, and Mrs. James Ford. Receives Appointment GREENFIELD — S Sgt. Robert Jay Witt, son of Mr. and Mrs Lee Witt, has received an appointment to a post with the Army Headquarters in The Pentagon Washington, D. C. Sgt. Witt and his family will move to Wash-1 ngton in February. They have been stationed at Moffet Field near San Francisco after three years service In Spain. Greenfield Note* GREENFIELD — Members of he Builders class of First Banist Church were sponsors of a congregational basket dinner Sunday at the church as a farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cannedy, who will move to Alton in October. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Rowtan of ,emay, Mo., and Charles Hall, St. Louis, were guests of Mrs. Ruby Harrington and Miss Lu- cille Hall during the weekend. Mrs. Robert Sousley of Webster Groves, Mo., visited with Miss Mary Marx Sousley and other relatives several days last week. Mrs. Sousley, Mrs. Carl Marsh of Alton; Mrs. William Stringer, and Mrs. Martin Roth were dinner guests of Miss Sousley and Mrs. Greer Burns in Jacksonville Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sousley accompanied their younger daughter, Margie, to Carbondale Sunday where she has enrolled as a freshman at Southern Illinois University. Mrs. Harley Gustine is a pa- tient at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton, suffering from the flu. Demand la Needed BRUSSELS — A leading economist has stated that only a continued boom In consumption can sustain the European Community sales. NEW YORK R— The Boston Celtics, champions of the National Basketball Association, will appear in seven at the 10 double headers scheduled for Madison Square Garden here this season. The Celtics also will play three single games here. The home team Knicks will play 35 games. TAIPEI — Formosa plans a new hospital building. ANNUAL TAG DAY Thurs., Fri., & Sat. Sept. 26,27, & 28 CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1100 Highland, Alton REV. H. H. WEBSTER, Pastor 3 DAYS ONLY* VISCOSE RUGS Special! 27x45" NEW FALL COLORS Reg. 2.29 3x5-FT. MULTI- STRIPE Non-skid foam rubber backs! 27x45"-Fringed. White, rose, rarq.pink, sandal, green, 3x5-ft.—duxtystripe, brown, 2-tone, brown-green stripes. 3 Days! Bath Size, kregu/ar CANNON TOWELS Regular *? tf perfect! krsgs. of 20« WASHCLOTHS 66: ll: 3 Days/ Reg. 5'7K c/oz. IRG.TULIP BULBS OvaronUcd to bloom Assorted big 11-12 an. bulbi. nu*d to bloom ^^ 12.47 Special purchase! Big 22x 44" to 24x44" sizes. Solid colors, stripes, prints. THIS COUPON5ra0 r/wrt • fri. • &*./ S.p*. 36. V • M Amerkon • mad* . . . Op<M 6* DESSERT DISH Reg. llf 77* ea UN. Watch Kresge's ad each week for other dinnerwue coupon savings! 3 days! • TWf coupon *«piref Stpt. 28 MURINE FOR THE EYES REG. 65e 39* SHEAFFER CARTRIDGE PEN WITH 7 REFILLS REG. 1.41 $ 1 FASTEETH 3 MVS out y Choir Throw Cover,*eg. 2.87 2.17 Sofa Throw Cover, Reg. 4.97 3.97 West Bond 9-cp. Percolator 5.97 30-cp. Electric Percolator 10.88 Wesfinghouje 2-slice Toaster ..10.97 4-oL Skein Knitting Worsted..... 84* Women's Giddier Booties. pr. 1.11 WEST THIJiD AT FIASA Open Mon.-Frl. Til! 9 P.M. \Ve Validate Park 'N Shop Tickets. 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