Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 26, 1963
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Art Program Presented to Roxana Club The art committee of Roxana Woman's dub presented the program at a meeting of the c 1 u b Tuesday evening at^the Community Building. Mrs. Boyd Raines and Mrs. Robert Ball ware pro- gram chairman and showed slides of activities at Alerton Park Monticello, 111, Miss Sandra Wllllahift, tvtov at tended a workshop at Alerton Park on an art scholarship from the Roxana Woman's Club spoke Miss Williams won first place li oil paintings and second place li diagram. Mrs. Lon Smith of Wood : Rivet and her students, Oretchen Bo* dum, Cathy Foehrkalb and Cindy Hallam, presented musical numbers and the Misses Sharon an<i Ka°ren Adams and Miss Alice^ GIRLS' 7 to 14 WARM WINTER COATS pr In pile-lined, new season styles! 13.88 Tailored with quality details: • fin* lining guaranteed for th« •ntlr* life of the coat • ihirdy reinforced buttonholes for much longer wear • fabric controlled for good looki, lasting fit • shape-retaining canvas interfacing Long-wearing, extra-warm fabrics in 2 versions of the classic single breasted ttyle coat. One,,in grey with black pile collar... the other, in blue-and-greea soft plaid with button-up collar. Both pile lined to waist, skirt warmly Interlined, botn "* sizes 7 " 14 * HERE'S WHY • W« i»n for c*in IHKt ^ ertd YOU SAVE . ;,, J qv . no cfta -i, | OU .,I AT ROB8RT HAH * Yo» sow bewwe we wv»l Hanold sang. ; Mrs. Thomas Kerr announced the rtietiibership driye Would continue through December. It Was announced that Mrti; AltetT Rhea and Mrs. George , Sample would attend the district board meeting Oct. 8 ir} East St. Louis. Refreshments were ' served b y Mrs 1 . Ray 'Hannekeh, Utes. Allen Rhea, Mr*. LeRoy Woodard; Mrs. Richard Duhrkop, Mrs. Cetfil Zumwalt and Mrs. Elsie Johnson. One of the oldest, centers of Sartskrlt leaming 18 Bhatpara', a city In India. Hospital Notes St. Joseph s MEDICAL Darnell Washpun, 723 Silver. Mrs. Albene Jones, Edwardsvllle Donald Lexow, Edwardsville. Mrs. Muriel Harshbarger, Cottage Jrlills. rJarryl Womack, 3128 Long. Miss Karen Brown, 143 Central Wood River. Mrs. Marlene Maedge, Edwards ville. Michael Krotz, Rte, 1, Godfrey pretty pairing. WOOL SHETLAND CARDIGAN WITH OUR LINED WOOLEN SLACKS at a pretty SHITIAND CARDIGAN, in simple classic button-front styling, in a big variety of fall colors, Including black and white. 34-40. LINED SLACKS, 90* reprocessed wool, 10$ jiylon, trimly styled with color-matched rayon lining, from waist to ankle. 8-18. HERB'S WHY • Wt »tll for «t»n only! VMI «*u> * Th«r« or* no crtdlt charges! YOU IAVI . w> ^ M ewd|| , OMW , AT ROMRT HAll • Vow My* b«caw«» we save! Su^d«y 12, Noon 'Til b P.M. 2821 Godfrey Road (Rt. 67) Jujt North Of Defnmr AVe. at the Beltllne Highway Open Sunday 12 Noon to 6 P.M. 2821 Godfrey Road, (Route 67) Just North Of Pelmar Ave. at the Beltline Highway Willis Rister, 508 William. Danny Saale, West Alton, Mo, John O'Neil, South Roxana. Mark Grader, 224 Bender, East Alton. SURGICAL Mrs. Sonja Genutis, 1315 Rlxon. Lester Anderson, 2W)5 Moore. Mrs. Lydla Bunte, Edwardsville. Vern Casey, Colfeen. Mrs. Dolores Van Hoy, 1902 Archer. George Milter, 113 Illinois, East Alton. Mrs. Loretta Brown, 4 W. Deltnar Mrs. Alice Mlkolasek, S7 Rosewood, East Alton, Mrs. Doris Deterding, 538 Lawton Miss Chiqvlita Hill, 2201 Elizabeth Miss Joni Carter, 117 Ohio, East Alton. James Budde, 434 Bluff. DISMISSALS Mrs. Jerry Allen, 1214 Alby. Mrs. Patricia Childs, East Alton. Mrs. Elsie Covington, 2005 Mulberry. Father E. J. Douglas, Wood River Mrs. Betty Garls, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Evelene Hamilton, E. Alton. Mrs. Margie Hamilton, Dow. Marlys Henson, 1021 Brown. Mrs. Wanda Jacques, 2620 Powhatan. Mrs. Fronle Jenkins, 329 W. 12th. Mrs. Myrtle C. Lanwehmeier, Rte. 1, Granite City. Douglas Long, East Alton. / Herbert Nelson, 1008 Wescott. ;,<• John Peek, Godfrey. ; ' ,' Mrs. Dorothy Rister, 223? Alby; Mrs.". Lavern Schwappach, 2348 , FaifView., Miss-Clara Short, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Aiih Sie'mer, 925 Pearl. Mrs. Alice Smith, 620 E. Ninth. Mrs. Mary Spears, 2616 Watalee. Mrs. Elizabeth Stantori, Bethalto Vernon Whittaker, Brighton. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Imogene Fincher, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Rosemary Long, 2330 State. Miss JoAnn Turner, Cottage Hills Thomas V. Antoine, 404 McCasland, East Alton. Thomas Hand, Rte. 2, Godfrey. DISMISSALS Mrs. Bertha Hewitt, 926 Seventh. Mrs. Lula Arbuthnot, Wood River Edward Aljets, Dorsey. Mrs. Erma Neese, Bethalto. Alton Memorial MEDICAL George Thus, Bethalto. Lester Motz, Glen Carbon. Juel Liley, East Alton. Mrs. Mary Blaine, East Alton. Mrs. Lucy Klemme, 415 E. Ninth. James Holland, East Alton. Phillip Oberts, 3501 Bloomer. Mrs. Alma Lakin, East Alton. Judy Burris, Bunker Hill. SURGICAL Rickey Morgan, 601% Olmstead. Carla Moore, Bethalto. Mrs. Audrey Cozine, 5106 Candy. Miss Lois Bradshaw, 431 Alby. Emil Schneider, Wood River. Mrs. Alice Mandorca, 1006 Danforth. DISMISSALS Mrs. Betty Pittman, East Alton Mrs. Virginia Sebastian, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Rosemary Rickman, 537 E. Seventh. Mrs. Ruby McKee, Godfrey. Maurice Fuller, Cottage Hills. Mark Ruppert, Bethalto. Mrs. Eileene Davis, 1007 Fourth. Mrs. Betty Gillson, 2521 Alfaretta Mrs. Rosemary Vitale, 528 E. 7th Mrs. Lela Guthrie, Bethalto. Edward Blair, 201 • Longfellow. • Mrs. Shirley Hill, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Betty Fedrick, Brighton. Mrs. Alice Wallace, 2804 Viewland Kenneth Coons, 3408 Badley. Kimberly Nord, Eldred. Lloyd Elliott, 5406 Humbert. Mrs. Betty Borko, 3202-Fernwood Dr. I. H. Blumfield,. 3210 Edwards. John Besaw, Godfrey. Mrs. Mary Moore, Godfrey. Charles Welch, 718 Langdon. Mrs. Mary Wiseman, 637 Mildred Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Raymond McCoy, Jerseyville. John Herder, Jerseyville. Wilma Hall, Jerseyville. Erwin Keller, Kampsville. DISMISSALS Frank Kinder, Golden Eagle. Mrs* .John Short, Jerseyville. Mrs. Roscoe Shaw, Jerseyville. Elmer Campion, Jerseyville. Martin Meyer, Golden Eagle. Kathleen Stumpe, Dow. Wood River Township MEDICAL Kenneth Badgett, South Roxana. Vernie Calhoon, South Roxana. lenn Layton, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Nadeena Smith, Roxana. SURGICAL Mrs. Patricia Johnson, 427 East Drive, East Alton. Trevor Chronlster, 600 Broadway, East Alton. Mrs. Hattie Mouser, 321 Sullivan, East Alton. Miss Judith Owens, Bethalto. DISMISSALS William Campbell, 1421 Milton. John W. Speaks, Rte. 1, Moro. Larry Kleeman, Rte. 1, Moro. Mrs. Mary Johnson, 209 McClure. Mrs. Marlene Goatley, 418 Ninth. Warren Graham, 218 Penning. Mrs. Martha Hallows, 483 State Aid Road. Mrs. Elizabeth Oglesby, 1120 Easton. Monroe Kenworthy, 3410 College. Mrs. Mary Rose, Cottage Hills. Danny Merrltt. East Alton. Charges Bad Manner* STOCKHOLM - A retired army officer says he is giving up golf because the people who play now adays are too rude. CAIRO — A device that lays asphalt by an intra-red proces* Is being used to pave Egyptian streets and alley*. ^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^•^^•^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^B A 16x20 WALL SIZE "PORTRAIT'' TO EACH AND EVERY BRIDE AND TO ANYONE PURCHASING A CARSON REGISTERED DIAMOND! THIS OFFER MADE EXCLUSIVELY AT 'ALTON'S LARGEST DIAMOND AND WATCH DISCOUNTERS 30 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE UFEtlME VALUE GUARANTEE If you cm find a better value of equal quality (or less w« will refund your money. The price you paid us is allowed anytime you wish to trade In for a larger diamond. "' : '' : $135 Value «89 00 ¥2.00 s Week •\J $225 Value oo 159 $3.28 a Week $175 Value $ 129°° $2.26 a Week Limit One Set — Sorry! No Mail or Phone Orders EARLY AMERICAN WALL PLANTER PAY NO MONEY DOWN! TAKE A YEAR TO PAY! Open An Easy Charge Account! fO* BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE MAR-PROOF FINISH • WASHABLE J EARLY \ ^ AMERICAN ' SPINNING WHEEL DECORATION M2-DIAMOND SET) $275 Value *199 00 $4.0» a Week ^15-DIAMOND SET $375 Value $24000 $9.00 a Week EMERALD-CUT DUO $450 Value *349°° Year to Pay! W. THIRD ST, ALTON, Phone 462-3912 DIAMOND DUO $375 Value $29900 Year to Pay! THE NEW ST. LOUIS STADIUM? No...but if could be! f *Wtt*to I Big enough to hold four football fields, this building could well be St. Louis' new stadium. It isn't though, it's the new Labor Discount Center — the largest department store In the Midwest — with over 80 departments. AMERICAN LABOR SAVES MORE... AT LABOR DISCOUNT STORE! This one-stop center is completely staffed with Union employees. It is dedicated to help its members save money and ENJOY the newest concept in shopping in the U. S. LABOR DISCOUNT ^* to b «r •!«;/ • — __ / *• ************^J CENTER The Union Man's Department Store 1795 Dunn Road (formerly U. S. HWY. 66) St. Louis 37, Missouri CHARTER LIFETIME MEMBERSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY. MAIL THIS CHARTER MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION AND SAVE! LIFE-TIM^NON-ASSESSABLE REGISTRATION LABOR DISCOUNT CENTER 1798 DUNN KU., ST. LOUIS 31, MO. Please enclose (2.00 with this application. Your registration fee will be promptly returned If you are not satisfied with Labor Discount Center or If, for some reason, your application Is not accepted. ReglatroHon No. Address City Stat Employed by Member of Local I certify th* Information on thl* application to b* tru* and underdone! (hot only myself and my Imntidlat* family may us* my LABOR DISCOUNT CENTER membership card. Any mUreprt jemation, Impert onotlon or abuse of membership privileges will result In cancellation of membership. Applicant's Signature Signature of kusband or wife If ...j,, duplicate card If requested f••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••/

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