Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 14, 1961 · Page 7
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April 14, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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FRIDAY, APRIL 14,1961 ALTON BVININO TELEGRAPH ingjMd - Th nkkiy'i noon < _j^^g£. ^^^^^ «^^ ~^^ HODw TORN •HO §W1 •HI *Wp^ QfocwibrtJjB oonolui •8 0(1 Wb oMtt of A I0f fw HMwnftl BtMtfufi of Ado Wucttton, Only m» foot MB WSJF cimttid In ' OWMM, OB MONTICELLO PLA2AI WI»Mi „._ aiM Service ttHHI fteil Sexton's Rtoa Satin-day at Kane • KANE - flmtril rite for of Godfrey wiH be CUB* duett* Saturday at 2 p.m. tn the Kane Bsptttt Church, Bttrtai will be in Kane Cemetery. The body will be moved to the church at noon. KANE - Cynthia Steinacher, daughter of Mr. and Mn. John Steinacher, was brought home Wednesday from Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrellton. David Potter, son of the Rev. and Mn. H. L. Potter, entered Boyd Memorial Hospital, Can-oil- ton Wednesday ae a medical patient. Mr. and Mn. Bennie Abbott are announcing the birth of a son, Michael Andrew. 6 pounds, 8 ounces, born Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Abbott are grand parents and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Abbott are great grandparents. KffiflJ •*• *Ble RlV. jTodn At* tty, fmstor of tht Mithodlit ... ,.... , W DklflM Loiitt. Durlnj lite ab» •ence ttw pulptf will be filled by Dr. Qonfen AldWch of Rutland, Vt. ftn pvfWM frtrn the K A n e area attended the W«t Central Baptist ratty at Anhtand Tuesday, fh^r were: Mrs. Ivan Shack- plford, Mn. Robwrt Eflrnore, Mrs. Richard Prough, Ray, Mrs. 0. B. Mn. Chester QuHander St., Mrs. H. L. Potter, Mn. Ed Weller, Mn. Qoidle Humteutt, Mrs. Kenneth Barnnger and Miss Alice wooldridge. PARIS — France seeks a sub* stltute fot the concrete, metal and wooden vats currently used in the wine Industry because some of these crack, some give an objectionable taste to wine, and ottv era are no* immune effects. to wine's HOME IMPROVEMENTS YOU CAN DO IT NOW WITH • No Down Payment • Loam ro $3,500.00 on Signature Only • Up to 5 Years to Repay • Lowest Rates—Quickest Service HOME CARNIVAL By Dfok Tomer BtTttALTO — ftegritar man* * will be Sunday at Onr Lady Queen of Peace Chun*, the pas- of, Rev. Thomas Mamrtng hi* nnouncpd. Confessions arc heard ach Saturday. The Rev. Prank Marshall will conduct the morning service Sun day at the Baptist Church. In the •nfng worship hour a missionary couple, Dr. and Mrs. Glenn "I had a bold new idea in government today, Pet! I fired your nephew!" •roadway at Plesa The "TIME AND TEMPERATURE' ASSOCIATION Corner HO 5-7781 Mrs.Klenke Heads PTA At Hamel HAMEL elected Mrs. president was Hamel-Quercus PTA at the Quercus School Tuesday evening. Others elected were: Elvera Utechtt, vice president; Mrs. Virginia Geers, secretary and Mrs. Ruth Heepke, treasurer. Mrs. W. E. Wilharm, representative ol the Madison County bloodmobile, explained the prft- gram. Plans are being made to sponsor a bloodmobile in the Hamel area on May 11. A committee was appointed to contact other organizations and solicit their help with this project. Those on the committee are: Mrs. Virginia Hermann, Mrs. Carol Buchta, and Mrs. Florence Highlander. The program from all three rooms, under the supervision of Mrs. Jennie Raef- farlp, P E instructor for Unit 7. Mrs. Emma Robinson, art instructor, talked on "art and art projects were displayed from al three rooms. It was announced there will be a round-up for kindergarten anc first grade is on April 25 in the Reba Klenke i a " ernoon a * Hamel and Quercu 'schools. Aill children entering of the for the evening consisted of physical education demonstrations by the children $3.0OO.OOO TRAIN LOAD Mammoth direct-factory purchase Islble. liq selection, with prl [Sale starts immediately. Cm makes these outstanding values pos- that will really save you money. HURRY! In today . . . you won't be disappointed. THIS BIG SALE STARTS TODAY! $3,OOO,000 TRAIN LOAD SALE SPECIAL G-E CONSOLE STEREO 4 speakers, 4-speed record changer and new "Record Saver". Genuine wood veneer finish in walnut, mahogany, maple or oalc. $ 159' 5 93,000,000 TRAIN IOAD SALE SPECIAL BIG 416.5 LB. CAPACITY FREEZER 416.5 pound capacity yet takes no more floor space then .e refrigerator. Every shelf e freezing surface. Magnetic safety door. HUX-U $ 199" $3,000,000 TRAIN LOAD SALE SPECIAL Q.E "POWER SHOWER" DISHWASHER Automatic "Power Shower" G-E Mobile Maid that needs no special plumbing . . . satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Of-91 V $ 179 W $3,000,000 TRAIN LOAD SALE SPECIAL 19" PORTABLE TV 19" squared corner TV with exclusive G-E "Daylight Blue" picture tube. Rated No. I in Dependability. M 308 WGX "159 95 $3,OOO,OOO TRAIN LOAD SALE SPECIAL 2-DOOR Q-E REFRIGERATOR Big 2-door Refrigerator with separate 108-lb. Freezer. Automatic defrost! Now . . . i-nder G-E "Golden Value Trade-In Plan" price at only TB 304 V $ 299' 5 $3,000,000 TRAIN LOAD SALE SPECIAL "FILTER FLO" AUTOMATIC WASHER Full 12-lb. capacity ... 50% more than other models. Full "fllter-flo" in both wash and rinse. A 404 V '188 With Trade DELUXE 10-INCH SALT & PEPPER MILL SET $485 In btoutlfyl natural chcrrywood ... big 10-in, let with guaranteed adjustable mechanism SHCIAl ONLY 1 tet ALTON HOME IMPROVEMENT *•* ft. MOADWAY Fif* Partoff IB i*u m<oie OK ***»• ft, Wv^*Wlt ^Nff|P O VrWr^"^r kindergarten and first grade in the fall should register at thi time. Parents are asked to bring the child's birth certificate. The room-count for the highes percentage of parents presen went to the third and fourth grad room. It was announced that the field tour to Grant's Farm will be May 5. Refreshments were served Bcthalto Sunday aso See <*«•» ram , •• i At Bunker Hill Services Listed Martin, will speak to the congre- gatlon on missionary work in Ma aya. The Rev. William Wolter, chap- ntn at the Alton State Hospital vill prpach the sermon Sunday af 10:15 a.m. at Zlon Lutheran Church. The Rev. .Wolter wll ervp as Interim pastor of the liurch until a new minister can be callPd. ! Jamps Maneke of East Alton will dollvpr the sermon at 10:35 .m. Sunday at the Methodist Church in the absence of the pas- or. thp Rev. Leo Copeiland. The Kum-Join-Us-Class will conduct IJP evening service at 7:30. "Spectators or Participants" is he sermon topic Sunday of the [lev. Wayne Hoxsie Sunday at 9:30 a.m. at the Presbyterian Church. The Youth Fellowship will meet at 7:30 p.m. Sunday and the Junior Fellowship at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the church. Youth Delegate* BETHALTO - Two Civic Me- mortal High 1 School students, Millard Curry and David Futhey wili BUNKER BILL — T*W tan- ired fifty women from Shfpfflafl, Wiisonvllle, Stnunton, Carflnvitte and Bunker Hill saw two cancer films, Tuesday evening at the Sharon Theater in Bunker Mill. the of the theater was donated by Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Baker and Leroy Dorsch operated the projector. Dr. J. J. Qrandone ot Oilletpie answered questions. Also present were Mrs. Irma Hayes, the fourth district field representative of Illinois, Mrs. Mildred McClelland chapter chairman, end Mrs Charles Atkins, educational chair man, of Carllnville, all of the American Cancer Society. Mrs. Ralph Oerdt is crusad chairman for Bunker Hill and Bunker Hill Township and the cap tains are. Mrs. G. W. Behren Jr., Mrs. Don Marsh, Mrs. fill bert Fahrenkrog, Mrs. William Wood and Mrs. Carl Raymond Jr. Pott Conn* to 8? News correspondents in tno* fiMptHtto of Maeoaptft, Madison, Greets!, Jersey and Calhoun counties are urged to call returns of next Tuesday's village and city elections hi to the Telegraph Just as soon as they are available that night. Two newsmen will be on duty after 7 p.m. Tuesday to take the results and write stories. Phone numbers open at the M^WIW^BRi H^fr ^(F WPP BETHALlt) — tfc§ |TO«p Wffl wactAtMn ttMfffnf nttt* day at 7:ftO p,m. *t Oil oHBTCfl. Bin Weewn, prwkfcnt ot twth for Christ at St. Ldtrtl, wffi IpMk* MontlceUo Coltegt by Capt. Benjamin CWtrtV. Wt* England sea captain MHM flip Itallst. Telegraph that Howard 54641, Md represent the local YMCA at the "YMCA Youth and Government Program" at Springfield on April 28-29. Absentee Ballot* BETHALTO - Saturday is the deadline for residents to cast absentee ballots in the April 18 village election, Village Clerk William Doerr announced Thursday. Residents may obtain absentee forms from Doerr's office, 460 S. Prairie St. Hours at the clerk's office are 10 a.m. to noon and 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Early Bird in Bethalto LEO E, DUGGER, Candidate for Mayor of Beihalto, was ono of the first to pay his 1961 whool tax. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Skaggs, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stille, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Suess. No Opposition HAMEL — The three encum- bents for village trustee in the April 18 village election are unopposed. Those running for reelection are: Marvin Behrhorst, Gilbert Koch, and Albert Ernst. A write-in space has been provided on the ballot. Judges for the election are: Mrs. Dorothy Behrhorst, Mrs. Ida Suhre, Mrs. Helen Craig, Mrs. Violet Martin, and Mrs. Florence Highlander. Home Bureau Meets HAMEL — The Hamel Unit of! the Home Bureau met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Hilbert Brakhane. Sixteen members and five vls-j itors were present, including a former member, Mrs. Vernal Eaton of Tucson. Ariz. The major lesson, "Mrs. Consumer Learns About Marketing," was given by the home adviser, Mrs. Elaine Wendler. The selected subject, "what Your Hands Tell Others," was given by Mrs. Renata Moritz. Hamel Notes HAMEL — William Langendorf returned Thursday afternoon from St. Joseph's Hospital at Highland, where he has been a paii- jent for the past eight days. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Klingel have returned from a trip to St. Paul, Minn., where they visited relatives. AUETS & KUTTER NEW SUBDIVISION BETHALTO 58 LOTS Weit Sid* of Bethalro Turn Nortfc eftttll Available for 7 Homes Now Built and For Salo! • Wafer and Gas • Curb and Gutter • City Sewers 6'INOH ROCK PAVEMENT FOR INFORMATION CALL • CL 9-6411 • CL 9-6402 • DU 4-9793 . . . or «e« our representative on the grounds PLASTIC UTILITY PAIL 10'/ 2 Qts. Ww $1.00 Mow fiOc LONDON —Britain estimates that the sale of "fancy goods"— glass, jewelry, cutlery, leather products and china — has boosted annual exports by $280 million. Should Your Telegraph Carrier Forget You.... Phone HO 5.6641 for delivery! Before 6 pm daily 5 pm, Saturday Circulation Department ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH VARNISH BRUSH 100% Pur* Hog Bristle W«t Now 1 inch 39c 29e >/2 inch 49c 39c 2 inch 59c 49c HAND SPRAYER 1 Qt. Was $1.59 Now $1.39 SPONGE MOP Was $3.95 Now $2.99 REFILL SPONGE Was $1.49 Now $1.29 STEPS By Ames Maid Sure-Crip, Non-Mar Feet Was $3.98 NOW $2.98 LIB BEY GLASS SET Set of 8 in gift box Was $5.00 Now $3.79 RURAL OR SUBURBAN MAIL BOX W« $2.95 Now $2.49 HOUSEHOLD •RUSH SET Four Best Was $1.46 Now 59c PAINT ROLLER & PAN Was $1.50 Now 98c SPECIAL PRICES! TODAY and SATURDAY ONLY! 5.50 Reg. $5.95 Gallon Easiest of All to Apply APPLIANCE CORD SET Miniature Plug. 6 Ft. Wu60e Now CAN OPENER With Magnetic Lid Holder Waf$l.50 Now 88c (FIELDER'S GLOVE Little League "w«$4.49 Now $3.29 Full Size Wai $7.95 Now $5.95 ALUMINUM ICE CUBE TRAYS Makes 14 Cubes WM$2.00 Now $1.791 METAL FLOWER IOXES Now 98c Give your wails and work a coat of lovtlinttt that you'll admire and your friends will envy . . . with new, smooth-flowing Gold Bond Velvet. Velvet glides on. leaves no lap* or brtub mark*. And it dries ia less than an hour without a "painty" odor-Thanks K> Jst tough, rubber-like film, Velvet keeps it* "fresb-es-e- daisy" look longer . . . even after repeated scrubbing*. Pastels, deep tones, exciting intermixes ... all with • rich, velvety finishl SAVE NOW ON GOLD BOND VELVET! ELECTRIC DRILL* W»s $19.95 Now $11.95 SPECIAL SALE OF 7 DISCONTINUED COLORS GOLD BOND VELVET $ 4.95 NOW ONLY PER OALLON Open Friday Nights Til 9 P.M. GODFREY, ILL. PHONE HO 6-3431 •miNBHAN lUMMHIROUM AlUIB PMOBUCTI — \ i

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