Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 10, 1961 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 10, 1961
Page 9
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ALTON EVENING TKLLUKAPH Award* « flw GA wool Mm FfiWy (VMlllJl flt wlfc B. OhuTcn bflwfrifnt, M«A, :Jm W group slntfng. P, cubwafter, pvcMnt* aA follows: Larry .,. goM and silver ar«W« pofltts: "»» Quakenbush, 2 silver rpoitrts; Johnny Waltrlp, budge; Dennis Gaffney, sll- V»f Hrrowpolnt; Danny Roberts, b«»r baYfge; Dennis Mllner, gnld n News Event* month, ftnrww MKDORA Bureau will meet WednWtay al 9:30 a.m. at the home ot Mrs. Wilson Mayos. Oaffney, lion bnag* and gold arrowpotnt. Danny Kallal Jolmd Den I and was presented a bobcat pin. Mrs. W. A. Wilson was presented R "thank you" gift from Den 1. Pre-Naptlal Shower MEDORA — Mrs, Fred Downs, Mrs. Vernon Maska, Mrs. Henry Frfcker, Mi's. Alan Fricker, Mrs. Don Rice, Mrs. V. C. Slanton. Mrs. Robert Ruyle, Mrs. Loren rte," and Mrs. James Selkirk will give the short feature on "Way* of Using Soup." Darr, Mrs. Robert Cunningham, and Mary Jo, Mrs. Robert Brown and Mrs. Luther Watden were among those from Medora who attended a, pre-nupttal shower at Chesterfield Friday evening for Miss Wnnda Downs, formerly of Medora. New FPIGIDMRE Nowf A range with buttt*in glamour. . . without built-in expense. TIM flttttt Frifktaht electric rant* advancements Including 2 See-Level Ovens—exclusive, Glide-Up Doors, tool The new FLAIR models glorify any kitchen with built-in glamour. And just slide a FLAIR (cabinet and all) into the place of your present range. No carpentering. No tear- Ing up your kitchen. Incredible? It's true! AVAILABLE IN 30" and 40" MODELS Across Street from Germania Savings Bldg. Open Mon. & Fri. Nites 'Til 9 p.m HLTDR REFRIDERHTIDII Open Mon. & Frl. Kites 'Til 9 p.m. "Authorized Frigidaire Sales and Service" 550 E. Broadway HO 5-7721 be Mrs. Prtidenct SchmUIi and MM. fiflrd, H. £, Winans Marks 90th Birthday dtfttf in 1086. A son, Frinctt E. '.Tuck" Wlnant vws associated with Gun Jnlerttts fer 26 year* «n-j HI his death In 1958. The elder other children ate: Mrs. w "* n " C, K. Hartwicks \ Of Garrolllon topher Hartwlck and the lale Mr.[ago by mttnrfirtnf frit --• "- ' - <*?«* irMt m * ,, , «, ,., I CARROU/TON - Mr. and | Albert D. Phillip*, of Riverside, IMrs c K Hartwlck| who w , u oh< H. E. Wlnang, 2900 Edwardt;the present Mrs. Wlnans isi., celebrated his 90th birth- celebrated their 2lst •day Sunday. He thinks his early Anniversary Sunday, jdays as a bicycle enthusiast i Imay have contributed to ">«! Clara Barton PTA, i longevity. Wlnans, long associated with Ami Open House Set the old Western Cartridge Co.,! was fl bike racer of consider- The Spring open house will be able note back In the late 1880'* h ^ "'«"» w ««h « PTA meeting at Ctnra Barton School, Tuesday, at Hartwlck, tttd MlM Ada Younft, daughter of MV* Phillip Younf and tht lat* Mf. Young, were married Aprtl 12, 1936, In a home they had built In Kane. Mr. and Mrs. Harfwlek are tne parents of ftws children, Francis _ Hartwlck of White Hall, Mrs. Calif.; Mrs. Albert Croichlow, servp the)r 2 5, h we^ng tn n|.jOporRe Wober and Mrs. Deneen of Roxana, Mm. Charles W. vrrwry April 12, will have open!Weber of Rockbrldge, Paul Hart WlRhtman, of Alton, and Mrs. hoiwp at their home In celebra-!wick and Miss Martha Hartwlck Arthur R, Kohl, of Toledo, Ohio, tlon of the event Sunday, April 16 of Carrol Hon.. All of the children I To round off the birthday, from 2 to 5 p.m. \vlth thrtr husbands and wive* iWlnan« announced that he and Hartwlck, son of Mrs. Chrls-jwlll be home for the anniversary. will J 'feview~T~book! Mr - ahti M ?; H. artwtck al «° hftve of infcllt.' HONOR GARAGEMEN Charles Mester, of East Alton, and Martin Leimbach, 517 Marsh St., who were honored at the annual convention of the Independent Garage Owners of Illinois at their convention last week end in Peoria. Leimbach is a retiring member of the national board and Mester is retiring state president. Area Garagemen Elected to Posts at State Convention and early 1890's. Friends and Mrs. Winang at- 7: ^' P m ' ,., .... The executive board test that something has kept ' him moving at a fast pace. They al b: <T say that he Is more active than people 30 years younger. Wlnans has had a full life in more respects than one. He is the author of two books, wrote magazine articles and poetry for newspapers. His association with Western began 57 years ago when he developed an Innovation in shotgun ammunition. He was added to the staff of the late F. W. sent fhp colors officers Olin and continued with wedding -Basic Christian Beliefs' j Hostesses will be Mrs. Mabel Mills and Mrs. Stephen Show. RichardsotiB Back From Houston Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Richardson, 3119 Brown St., have re- seven grandchildren. Milton School Seta Open House Tuesday PTA will sponsor an open house to 7:30 p.m., at .Tuesday. 6:30 Milton School. Paleontologists can determine the temperatures that prevailed In oceans thousands of years BUCKS PLAZA! M«r«Mm«JM «M cwtineatHi 'turned from a two weeks vacation will meet,i,, Houston, Tex. will be held. Thcy gpcnt (he ((me wj{h thejr j daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ebbs, who moved there from Alton last November. En route to Texas, the couple stopped at Oklahoma Baptist University of Shawnee where tlvy visited another daughter, Miss (Barbara Kay Richardson, who Is A regular meeting of the PTAIa sophomore there. Miss Richardson ance, Frank Heil, and her t:- accompanied Martin Loimbach, 517 Wyss St., nnd Charles Mester, of East Alton, were honored at a convention of Independent Garage Owners of Illinois held in Peoria, Friday through Sunday. Leimbach was recognized on his retirement from the national School: Mrs. Hillary Hallet. parent and former teacher: the Rev. Fred Beck, of St. Mark's Methodist, and Robert Craft, a.parent. Harold Swinney will be the moderator. Questions pertaining to the subject may be submitted board of directors and Master on'«<» Swinney by the members, and i the expiration of his term as '^nds of the school, prior to the state president. : , di « c "f on '.,, , . . , . . . Leimbach was elected state! / [Urn w,ll be shown ,n the km- took his rtcrgarten room lor the small children. Women to Meet at Melville Church will start at 7:30 in the gymnasium. Girl Scout Troop 189 will pre- j Mr. and Mrs. Richardson to Hous ..jnt the colors. Officers will be!ton. the installed with Robert Martin, dis-i The Alton couple also visited trict PTA board chairman, pre-' siding Mr. and Mrs. Gall Bradley, form- The school band and chorus will present a program. A film will he shown lor the smaller children. West Indian Speaks ToAllen Chapel MYF i Roy McLeod. senior and stn- ident marshal of Blackburn College, talked at a meeting of the Allen Chapel Methodist Youth Fellowship. Sunday night. Young McLeod told of his life in his native Kingston. Jamaica. He also spoke on the opportunities at Blackburn College. The student is a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Taylor, of 2220 Clawson St. er Alton residents now residing in Texas City which is 40 miles from Houston. They also made side trips to jthe gulf, and visited a Baptist i Spanish mission in Houston. PRESCRIPTIONS are • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 Stat« St, — North Alton - Dial HO 5-B3I3 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE company until his retirement. He held many responsible positions but the one he remembers best is that of advertising GODFREY — Woman's Fel-jmanager and director of trap- Mel-.shooting sales promotion. Wesleyan Guild to Have Dinner Tuesday A dinner will be held by the the ; secretary and Mester place on the national board. One other local delegate to the ! convention was Dan Lutes, of Al- |lon. 1 Prominent speakers dotted the program. One of them was Mel j Turner, of Chicago, who spoke of ! improving business operation at! lowship will meet at the a profit. ! v '" e Union Congregational i n that capacity he traveled Wesleyan Service Guild at A panel discussion among fiveiChurch, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. [extensively in this countryjMain Street Methodist Church, 1 businessmen on problems con-j Mrs. Clay East will lead the Canada and Mexico and also to'Tuesday, 6:30. fronting garage owners also was-"devotional. Mrs. Harold Fessler, ! S ome points in Europe. i Regular meeting will follow. !a feature. . , ^.president, will preside. ; At Antwerp, Belgium he Members are asked to bring Mrs. Leimbach and Mrs. Mes-i n W as announced that thelcoached the American Olympic their mite boxes. Mrs. C. A. ter and their two children also fellowship is sponsoring a ham Snapshooting team in 1920 that Cupper on April 18 at the |won team and individual cham- Ichurch. Serving will be from Ipionships, establishing records 5 o'clock to 7 o'clock. that still stand. attended the event. Panel to Highlight Jefferson Meeting Tickets may be purchased by .calling Mrs. Fessler, of 3204 Burton St., Mrs. Joseph Mc- A panel discussion and the" re: i Kee. of Riehl road, and Mrs. port of the nominating'Committee i Harold Baird, of Clara avenue, will highlight the PTA meeting at i Godfrey. Thomas Jefferson School^ Taes- i Hostesses (day, 7:30 p.m. The panel subject will be. Characteristics and Neexls of I Elementary Children." Taking part will be, Dr. Erwin Buzan, pediatrician: Mrs. Dale Trtmpe. counselor at East Junior High at social hour SPECIAL! TUESDAY • WEDN ESD AY < THURSDAY SLACKS or TROUSERS! PLAIN SKIRTS! LADIES' or MEN'S SWEATERS! ANY COMBINATION OF CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR These Specials Are Not Good At Our NEW PICK-UP STATION KEIDELS FOOD SHOP ROUT! 100 fiODFllY CLEANEKS •rUcy, I ft*. It t »•"• I.ONTICIUO PUU Winans is a descendant of the earliest Dutch settlers. He was residing in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. when his association with Olin began. He moved here in 1904 and one year later his wife and five children joined Mere Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH Here 1» a pleasant way to overcome loose plate discomfort. PASTEETH. an Improved powder, sprinkled on 1 upper and lower plates holds them firmer so that they feel more comfortable. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's alkaline (nonacid). Does not sour Checks "plate odor breath". Get FASTEETH today •t drug counters everywhere. COOK'S PAINTS WALLPAPER CARNIVAL of SA VINCS Dozens Of Gorgeous, New Patterns Semi-Trimmed For Perfect Matching In Rich, Sunfast and Waterfast Colors! GROUP No, 1 DESIGNS GROUP No, 2 DESIGNS GROUP No, 3 DESIGNS IOLL and *2 COOK'S PAINTS For the Largest Selection of Wallpapers 8 W. •runway Phont HO 5-5812 Another exclusive from Kroger — We give High Denomination Top Value Stamps) AVAILABLE FRIDAY 24-Inch BAR-B-QUE GRILL Meat Items •old as advertised Complete, with hood, motor and spit Sturdy tripod leg*. Rolled edge on the bowl. High crown, reinforced hood. Underwriters Laboratory approved motor. Three height and spit adjustment. Attractive, weather resistant finish. 12.95 We reserve the right to limit Prices good thru iilte, April 18, 1661 LOOK WHAT A 1.00 WILL BUY! 3-lb, Hunter Pork Sausage - Hot or Mild . . 2-lbs. Heil Large Bologna - Sliced ..... 2-lbs. Heil Polish Sausage ..... Your 2-lbs. Heil Braunschweiger . . . , Choke 2-lbs. Country Club Skinless Wieners . . . 3-Qt. Jars Heifetz Kraut ........ Serve Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce "A Natural Mate with Every Meat" Regular and Lemon Custard ANGEL FOOD CAKES '"•- 39 8 in Package Sandwich or WIENER BUNS 2 Pkgs. Detergent KANDU LIQUID *"• 27 C Kandu Powder, 20-oz. pkg. . . 2for45c 49|-oz. pkg. 53c Crisp Brand POTATO CHIPS Northern Round Whites Dry brushed to enhance their keeping quality. POTATOES 50 Hummock Brand— Mar»h white or phikmeat GRAPEFRUIT 1.19 5 "£"39' Florida tree ripened—«weet, juicy—ute fre«h grapefruit juice Uallyl Hammock Brand—Florida tre* ripened Vftlenciai ORANGES 5"-" 1 49* Use trekh orange juice daily—high in Vitamin C—low in calorie*! LADIES' SNEAKERS 1.11 V VALUAIll COUPON 1

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