Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1958 · Page 31
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PAGE THIRTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 1,1958 Klrirod field spent the \veekrnd in Car- Ma. Honored nt Party flight PBX Operator Works J*H=E1~ 1 Final Shift at Shipman SHTPMAN — Miss Ltizetta'is visiting with his mother, Mrs. Fleming was given a surprisPiChrislinr Opltle. parry by other operators when) M rs . Kenneth Breihviser has ^, r nnf j she arrived at the Midland CtVjrpturned f r om a visit in Naper- 0) . anf j ( ,^ telephone office Saturday lo workivjiie \vhere she had heen a Rupst; hjp of Knsf the last shift bpforp her retire^ in 1nP KURPHP Young Home. Snn! fn)m Wednesday until Sunday werp Mr. and'Mrs, William Ras.. :_u. „ ,. ... whi]e thcrp an(1 hns, w . ith whitnkcr's'parents, Mr. and.plica and three daughters ot Glen of Carrollton visited Sunday and Monday with Donna and Cheri Nursing Griffith, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Griffith, Donna and Cheri spent two days last week rollton and visited Ehvood ELDRED - Mr. and Mrs.!" 1 ™*' at TfWPr Vifnv Alvin Vinyard and Mr. and Mrs.! IIornp Donald Rryant and sons, Eric Mrs. Ida Kirlifirk nf Kansas Ci- _ and Dennis, spent Sunday in St.'ty, Mo., is visiting; friends in at Fieldon as g iic s t sof their Louis at the Fo. st Park Zoo. Klrtml this week. r '°" Rin ' Miss Ga1 ' <«nffi1h. Barry Raima! of Elgin camr Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hateher Kevin Rennet of Alton is visit- last week to spend Severn I weeks of Alton spent Sunday with Mr. ing several days this week at wilh his grandparents, Mr. and and Mrs. Glenn Clendrnen andjthe home of his unele and aunt, Mrs. P.yi-1 MrGlasson. family. They all enjoyed a pie.-JMr. and Mrs. Donald Adoock. William Whitak- nir on the Illinois River. ; Mrs. James Kurtz was dismiss- Elainn and Roh- 1 Sunday guests at the homp ofied Sunday from Passavant Hos- St. laws visitediMr. and Mrs. Edward Havplkaipilal, Jacksonville. Proceeds for Muny League E. Alton Boosters Club's Fish Fry Set Thursday ment after 34 years as night op-:| )P (. am r crntor. (entered the Carlinville A r e aj A1rs '. "otis Whitaker. and' "his'Cnrbon. Misses Elsie Lynch and RosejHospital. rx»1in. day operators, Mrs. .Tes-i M) . ,, nf , Mrs c 0 Ma ilnckise Davidson. . . israndparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jes- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Adcock Sle Morehead. new night operator and Mrs. Lester CoUingham. substitute, were at the office to greet her and served refreshments. Club tMenle SHIPMAN — Members of the of rind children. Roger and Diana, visited Sunday in St. I^ouis with. Elmer Coonrod was dismissed,attended the Reeker family re- Mr, and Mrs. Edward Purdy. I Sal in-day from Royd Memorial union Sunday in Alton at the William Chapman who is employed in Mendota spent the weekend with his family. Jerry Joe Giberson of Carrollton visited last week with his cousin, Benje McGlasson, son of Mr." and Mrs. William McGlas- EAST ALTON — The East Alton Junior Baseball Boosters CKib will sponsor a fish fry at the village playground from 4:30-9 p.m. Thursday, All money raised from the fish fry will be used to pay operating expenses of the Muny Baseball Leagup. Tickets may be purchased from any of the baseball players or their managers. The boy from Flem Williami James of Metamora, visited re- Mrs. Craven's sist- Jay Gregory entered Si. •Io- l jjospitnl. Guesls in the Coonrod Onized Club Grounds. son. seph's Hospital in Alton Sunda.Vjhonie have hern Mr. find Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles King vis-i Mr. and Mrs. _ , for observation. James Herrin and daughter.jited Sunday evening with Mrs.|of Wood River were Sunday! cent 'V Wlth _ ... „ Mr and Mrs. Louis Burgoyne Sherry of PloMsuni Hill an MrJKing's brother and sister-in-law.lguesls of 1heir son-in-law a n di er < Mrs - L - T - Whites de. Alton visited Sunday in the and Mrs. Robert Coonrod and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Evans ofldaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rieharcll Mrs. Edward each division of the league (Midget, Junior, and Teenage) who sells the most, tickets will be given a free ticket to a St. Louis Cardinal game. Tickets may also be purchased at the Kelly Insurance Agency, 412 W. St. Louis Ave. Mothers of boys playing in the league are asked to donate a pie or cake for use at the fish fry. Any mother interested in donating such an item should contact Mrs. Joe Ballard. AeeepJ* Summer Position EAST ALTON —.Miss Janet Havelktt and!Lea Rrazier has been engaged as Hillgrove Community Club and their families had a picnic dinner at the Community park Sunday. Mrs. Dwight Darr and Mrs. Sid Reno served as hostesses. Dinnre was served to the families of Sid Reno. Russell Reno, Chester Darr, Clyde Darr. J. R. Alward, Dwight Darr and Don Cravens. Others present were: Mrs. Ada Brueggeman, Lowell Larry and Janet Gil- Dossett, lespie. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mr., and Mrs Everett Gillespie of Florida are Visiting Mrs. Hattie Giilespie and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lister and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Davis are on a fishing trip to Kentucky. Mrs. Luther Taggart. arrived by plane on Sunday from California where she will visit her son and wife, Mr, and Mrs. Mit chell Taggart. Bill Oettle of Indianapolis, Ind. "arroll Taylor home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kahl and Donald of Alton visited over the veekend with Mr. and Mrs. £lmer Kahl. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Matlack and family of Roxana spent the weekend ..with Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Hunt. Mexican Rail Strike Ends; Freight Piled MEXICO CITY (AP) — Railway workers faced a large job of mov-. ing backlogged freight today after i Oj» agreeing to end a five-day strike' that paralyzed Mexico's government-run railroads. The, agreement to resume wor immediately came Monday nigh when President Adolfo Ruiz Cor son of Granite City. .Ml. Gilead. Varble. Mrs. Nona Matheny of Spring-i Margaret and Carolyn Ballardl Mrs. L A. Cravens (daughter, and son, i Alton. Darla, spent Friday in HiCkensack, Minn. Miss Brazier is under contract for a period of seven and one half weeks at the private girls camp of 225 acres which is located on Lake Manitou and LakS Chippewa. She is one of 30 college graduates and college students serving on the staff. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brazier,' 209 E. McCasland Ave., Janet Lea will be a junior student this fall at Northwestern University where she is majoring in music education. To Plan Canvass BAST ALTON — American Legion Post 794 Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday to make plans for the canvoss of the community for funds to support the Illinois Utility Users Association's drive to fight a proposed power rate increase of the Illinois Power Co. Mrs. Charles Smith Jr. Is chair* assistant music director and junior councilor at Holiday Campjman of the auxiliary committee Dublin Has Woman Mayor Second Time DUBLIN (AP) — Dublin today had a woman mayor for the second time. Slight, graying Mrs. Catherine Byrne, a Scots-born widow in her late 50s, was elected by the city council Monday night. She defeated Robert Briscoe, who two years ago became the first Jewisli lord mayor of the predominantly Irish Catholic capital. Dublin's other woman mayor was another widow, Mrs. Kathleen Clarke. In Tanganyika, the Govern* ment and private firms have stepped" up mineral exploration, Dar es Salaam think there are sources still to be found. reports. They important re« that has volunteered to do the canvassing in East Alton. NIGHT URS OPEN 'UNCLE" DICK SLACK the Jolly Irishman *************** tines said he would study demand for pay increases of 250 peso ($20) a month. TELEGRAPH WANT ADS "CUCK 1 4 th of JULY AT HURWITZ JEWELERS OptH Ttmrtooy Nit* Until 9:00 P. M. VACATION SPECIAL Famous AN SCO Read/flash- best (low-coif) camera gift for the beginner! * * * * * • Ewy «o «M-~fMt aim and *hooc_ •o levm to tec, no dial* 10 mdjvst. • hcmcy-MC tew Mid 1Mb thorn* (hw thupttt focus Mid right expo- tare* ... oscdoon, tadoon, anytime. •M. Mb*, tod AMC* AM-WttdMrPMHlMM bn«iM AMC* TMM! Caw. • Sturdily talk of metal... cmnplett R eQ f|5 80 Value with flash .nit ~ligbc on the pock**- * eg> * I3 - OU T *" ue book. $A*> luy New! Pay after your vacation! : SHOW FABULOUS SAVINGS AND VALUES! ALL FLOOR SAMPLES, DISCONTINUED NUMBERS, ODDS & ENDS, 1-2 and 3 OF A KIND! *( 4 4 MOVIE CAMERA SALE! Beg. 1*0.00 and $50.00 Ball-Howtll and Rwrt Camtns $ 29" Ref. $139.50 R«vere Magazine Load $| Turret Model Easy Terms. I 50 FILM SALE! Thru Sat., July 5th Only Reg. $1.50 Value ANSCO All-Wtathir GuarantMd Film 3 Rolls A Ar for 5J5J C Si/.es 630, 120 and 127 Save on Color Film, too. «, Tfct Uggagt tbct oft-travtls til tthtrs Samsonitc HUNDREDS OF MILES TO DO BUSINESS With the Jolly Irishman Because they know they do not pay any interest or finance charges of any kind at Slack. Suppost you'rt remodeling or fur- ^ nishinf a new home and your furni- )f- ture bill amount* from $1000 to $2000 or more. You get up to 24 months t o pay — and you'll save at least $300 on interest and finance charges alone. That $300 saving will help you pay for your furniture. It's one of the best deals ANYWHERE! Figure it out for yourself folks. Check your payment book. See how much you pay elsewhere for interest and finance charges. Then come in and save that amount at Slack. « NO MONEY DOWN SIM a Week Starting After Your Vacation. i Other Sainttonite Cases Ladles' Wardrobe 121.00 Pullman Case. S27.M Train Case, 1I7.W L Ladles' O'NI£. tll.l All prices plus tax $10.05 Suva $10.00 On A 4 B 3-Piece Tapered LUGGAGE SETS Reg. $39.95 Tu-tone tan and blue '19" Hit Set fl.OO Weekly All Transistor PORTABLE RADIO Only SOQM $1.00 Weekly Ladle*' and IMen'o IT-JEWEL WATCHES Water and dhocU-rebUlunt. L'nlireuUuhie inahikprinK. Hwcep liaadk. Luminous Dial R«g. $ if _2 II $29.9$ 1O yi.OO Weekly HUM 9* tonM Olomwd* $199 2-Pieee Sofa Sectional $117 $199 Maple Sofa, Chair Suite $129 $279 3-Pc. Curved Sectional $187 $239 2-Pc. Textured Suite . $137 $249 Sofa Bed and Chair . $149.50 $299 Nylon Frieze Suite . $197 $329 Foam Rubber Suite . $199 $328 2-Piece Tweed Suite . $178 ODDCHESTS! DESKS Reg. $39.95 Wai. S-Drawer Chest $29.95 Reg. $49 Rich Kneehole Desk . . $27 Reg. $49 Rich Wai. Kneehole Desk $27 Reg. $79 Mahogany Chest ... $47 FLOOR COVERINGS Reg. $8.95 Wool Broadloom, tq, yd, $5.95 Reg. $89 9x12 Axmlnster Rug . . $47 CONDITIONED $169 3-Piece Modern Suite . $117 $279 Mahogany 3-Piece . . $179 $229 Modern Oak Suite . $147 $249 Bookcase Bed Suite . $157 $349 3-Pc. Grey Mahogany . $237 $249 Tan Mahogany, 3-Pcs. . $147 $279 Bookcase Lime Oak Suite $187 $179 Elegant Modern Suite . $ 99 RIG TABLE BARGAINS $29 Period Cocktail Table ... $17 $19.95 Ebony-White End Table . . $8 $29 Sheraton Lamp Table . . . $22 $24 Maple Cocktail Table .... $12 FAMOUS APPLIANCES^ Reg. $119 Famous Make Washer . $88 Reg. $379 Dtiiblt Ovin Pallet Elic. Ring • $279 TOP DINETTEVALUES $69 Cbromt Dlnitti, 5-Pci, . . $37 R«|, $79 Wrought Iron Dinittt , . $45 Rt|, $129 Black Stial Oinitti, 5-Pcs, $87 Ra|. $149 7-PC, Chromi Dinittt , , $97 6 PC. BURK BEDS flip-dim /tw*/tr* la Soutbwa llliooit tor Over $7 Years Wogon Whttl Stylt Complete \\1tb guard rull, far. ladder and Kprin«s. Maple '** or walntit flnUh, 909 '59 EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE SIMMONS TUFTED MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRING Decorator styled ticking! Fain- neA 911ft < out Simmon* quality! Save $35! ||l»Qi VIV Maker* of the famed Beautyrest M .. _ Mattrew. BOth FW "SAVE ON CHAIRS $59 Swivel Chair ..... $38 $89 Lounge Chair .... $57 (64 Modern Lounge Chair . $42 $29 Tutted Armless Chair . $19.95 HIDE-A-BED BUT Looue reverilble cunliions. Choice ol smartly ityled cover*! Ru. $191 128 BUY NOW A.L QUANT i it ES LIMITED! MANY ON E-OF-A-KIN DI COME EA«L Y i PARK FREE ^ JOLLY IRISHMAN'S OWN LOT - 5TH AND NASA FREE DELIVERY ) 200 MILE8 While Shopping t* f IHitr $tw0 203 W THIRD ST. ALTON, ILLINOIS PHONE ALTON/ 5-5819 SLACK FREE GIFTS With Any Purehow •f $25 or Mort DOWNTOWN •OtMlitltlftl C«f»rt ALTON

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