Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 7, 1961 · Page 12
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April 7, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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PAGE TWH.VE ALTON 1WBN1NQ FRIDAY, APRIL 1, W61 Delhi PTA To Install New Officers JERSEYVTLLE — TV Drih 1 Puma Tenchw Association wll! hold Its rppilar mwtlns at 7:30 fir.tn. Monday at whldi Htw nwl rtrctpd officers wffl be hwfalled Mm. Edith White will be hi chat-Re «f tiw installation. Ralph EjrPlhoff of Egelhoff Floral Company in .Terseyville wffl 0v* a talk and demonstration on "Armngins Spring Flowers". Sp«»- rial pntPrtainment will be a style show presented by PTA members. At an executive meeting Tuesday evprrire; plans were completed for the fish fry to be given at the school tonight. Serving is from 5 to 8 p.m. Parents of Daughter .TERSEYV1LLE - A gir! was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred tsring- hausen Jr. of Jerseyville on April 5 at the Jersey- Community Hospital. They have named the bahv Alice Marie and she weighed 7 pounds She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mr*. Harry Miller and Mrs. Thomas Merrill of Jerseyville and is a great granddaughter of Mrs. Charles Rue of Delhi and Mrs. Flora Norton of Jerse> r \111e. Other children of the couple are Linda 8, and Donna 6. Joseph Kramer Heads Jersey Student Council JERSEYV1LLE — The Student Council of the Jersey Community High School has elected Joseph Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Kramer, as its president. His tenure of the office \vill be for the 1961-62 school term. At present. Kramer is president i of the junior class. He is a mem-! ber of the "60" club and Future: Farmers of America Chapter at! the school and has lettered in both j football and basketball. | A member of this year's sophomore class, Fred Walther was chosen as vice-president. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Walther and the family resides on Route 3. JerseyviBe. He is also a participant in school activities being a member of the "60" dub, Science Club, basketball and track teams. Miss Eleanor Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton D. Ford, j The Principia College. Elsah. wasj elected member-at-large. She is' a member of this year's junior; class. Her activities include, jun-i ior class play, "60" Clnb. choir ! and queen candidate during her I freshman year. j Mrs. Morgan's Funeral JERSEYVILLE — Funeral services for Mrs. Fred 0. Morgan Sr., of Qtrincy, mother of G. O. Morgan of Jersey\>U3e. were held Wednesday afternoon from the Cosgrove Funeral Home in Payson. Interment was in Shiloh Cemetery at Plainville. In addition to G. 0. Morgan of j this city, she \s survived by tv.o' other sons, Krnneth of Payson: and Fred O. Morgan Jr. of Alton. | She is also survived by one grand- J son. one granddaughter and one! niece. Mrs. Morgan had visited! frequently here. i To Hold Bake Sale ' JERSEYVILLE — The local! American Legion Auxiliary is I planning to hold a bake sale Sat-j urday. The salt will start at 9j a.m. and will be held at the Pur-i ity Cleaners. Calhoun to Name School Directors HARD1N—Residents of Calhoun Community Unit District No. 40 will elect t\vo members to th*-' board of education Saturday. For-' rest Peterson of Hardin is a candidate (or re-flection to a thive year term. Marion Quiiler of Hamburg; is the only candidate- for the re-j maining -seat on the board. Paulj B. Hanks- of Hardin. who is uur-j rently serving as president of the) board, is not a candidate for re-j election. Polling places will be the school, buildings in Hardin. Kampsville, j Batchtown and Hamburg. The, polls will be open at noon and close at 7 p.m. FRI. * SAT. BROADWAY & MAIN Drive-In Produce Mkt. FRESH TOMATOES 3 ib> 49c Pre»h C'rikp ICfBERG LETTUCi 2 Head* 196 POTATOES 10 & 29c 10 .or 39C JUICE OtANftIS 3 i>"» 69 'Ik tmaetfu Uuiou, * 300 East Broadway, Alton Open Evenings 'til 9 P. 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TABLE (40 x 60 x 72*) $89.95 D SIDE CHAIR $25.95 E BUFFET $109.95 ROOM DIVIDER BASE AND TOP 5197.90 JUJ Premier Just one of several bedroom groupings that may be yours, from our smart looking SCULPTRA collection by Broyhill. Notice the carved effect from the dresser mirror even down to the handsonut looking recessed-wood drawer pulls . . . create yow own rooms with stack on pieces shown at right. Dust-and-snag-proof drawers slide out easily. You'll never worry about catching your clothes when walking by. 385 5 PIECE UNUSUAL BEDROOM GROUPING 2 drawer units, base, shelf and mirror $223.75 No Money Down, Many Months to Pay 6 PIECE BEDROOM GROUP DOUBLE DRESSER, MIRROR, TWO NIGHT TABLES, PANEL BED AND OHEST MAfTM CHUT $119.9S POSTU BED 4/f $139.95 COMMODC $59.95 (REMEMBER, NO MONEY DOWN) & Many Many Months to Pay! •MM* W».M 300 IAST BROADWAY - ALTON FREE STORESIDE PARKING $149.95 •OOKCASI 8M IH.95

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