Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1958 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 2, 1958
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1958 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGEfTVS first Wheat Delivered To Medora Elevator MEtJORA«*tne first delivery ol wheat was made to the Medofa elevator Saturday, the wheat wai harvested fcy ft. 0. Burton, who resides on the Carter farm, near Medora. The grain was reported to be triumph variety and tested 60 pounds to the bushel and 39 bushels to the acre. M. F. Dodge of the elevator re ported that the wheat harvest here was a week or 10 days late this year,'due to the weather. The average yield, he said, would be DUKE BAKERY •It Htnry St. Dial 2*2922 Sveiy Picnic in e Petty With Our tasty BAKERY TREATS COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIOV FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY Wt S|Mei«llM In WIODING AND PARTY CAKES CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY around' 39 bushels pef acre. The harvest season will reacfi its in the next few days, if gotfd weather prevails, he said. The elevator had received 12,000 bushels of the grain up to Tut* day noon. Kemper Maker* M»l MEDORA— The Kemper Maker* met Monday afternoon at the home Mat Show To Be Feature Of Bethalto Festival F.ldrod — Mr. and Mrs. BETHALTO-William (Bill) Mc- ftaniels. St. Louis contender for the heavyweight wrestling title,' has been signed to appear at the I of Mrs. Edgar Overby. Nine girls,Roy Ansel! of Kampsville spent three-day festival which will bo - •• - • 'Sunday at the home of Mr. andjlield on the grounds of Our Lady Mrs. Glenn Ansell. Mrs. Clifford Kacleton and daughter, Mary of Nutwood visited Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Mary Srhilds. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pfleger and family attended .the Pfleger family reunion Sunday in White Hall. Mr. and Mrs. William Carbon bt Carrollton visited Sunday at trie home of Mr. and Mrs. George Howdeshell. Mrs. Pearl llise of Mozier was a recent guest in the Howdeshell home. ' ' were in attendance. Cathy Overby Rave a demonstration on "Making Coffee Cake." Plans were made for Achievement Day at the Holy Ghost Hall in Ucrseyville Thursday. It was announced that no meetings will be held until after the Jersey County Fair, which is July 7-12. Attend MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Overby and family attended the wedding and reception of her sis- ler, Miss Helen McLeese am) Frank Cimarossa Saturday ' in Springfield. The wedding took place at the Elliott Avenue Baptist parsonage and the reception was held in, the flight room at Capital Airport. Read Telegraph Want Ads k IMPORTANT NOTICE NASA BUILDING and LOAN ASSN. CLOSED FRIDAY, JULY 4th! Business Hours Thursday/ July 3, 1958 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.—5:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. Misses Phyllis Plogger and Palsy Dean of St. Louis spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell PlOgger and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dean. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holford were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Romaine Tate and family of'Lomax. Mr, and Mrs. Ross Davidson of Wood River were dinner gUosIs Sunday of Mrs. Davidson's mother', Mrs. PJtta King. In the 1 afternoon they visited in Hillview at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith King. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rhoades of Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Rhoades and sons of Gran ite City and Mr. and Mrs. Howlard Darr enjoyed a barbecue : dinner, Sunday at the home of I Mrs., Mary Snyder. Mrs. Robert Duncan has left to .loin her husband, Pvl. Robert Duncan at Fort Hood, Tex. Mrs. Duncaa is the daughter pf Mr. and Mrs.'Leslie Flatt. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" JEWELERS ALTON'S DISCOUNT STORE! REPEAT THIS GREAT SALE REG. 39.95 VALUE! SAVE % NOW.. CARSON'S DISCOUNT PRICE.. NO MQNEY DOWN CARSON UNDERSELLS EVERYONE IT'S A WINDOW FAN FLOOR CIRCULATOR ALL smi CONSTRUCTION REVERSIBLE ••• INTAKE ••• EXHAUST REG.S39.95 1 VALUE FUUY GUARANTEED NO Money Down MY $100 MLY IMHEDIA DELIVERY OK N A OHARW ACCOUNT IN f MM, 211) W. Hiird SI Alton, 111. Queen of Peace Church in Bethalto on July 18, 19 and 20. McDanleJs wilt wrestle Carlos (Babe) Rodriquez, Mexico City. Mexico, on .July 18 and Ralph Garibaldi, Chicago, on July 20. A bout has also been scheduled between George O'Brien, St. Louis, and Leo Zimm, Kansas City. .Kan., on-July 19. All matches will begin at 9:30 p.m. The festival will alsd feature games, rides and concessions, Food will be served at ."i p.m. on July 18 and 19, and ai noon on July 20. V of C Meeting; Postponed BETHALTO - The Bethalto Chamber of Commerce announced that the meeting scheduled for Thursday has been postponed to July 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the village hall. A discussion on the membership drive will be held at the meeting. Carl Cain, drive chairman, will appoint committees. ' Flying Club Picnic BKTHALTO — A picnic and meeting/was held Sunday by the Bethalto Old Eagles Flying Club on the Civic Memorial Airport Park grounds. At the meeting members dis cussed the expansion of the club and the possible purchase of an additional four place airplane. Church Sets Picnic BETHALTO.—A Fourth of Juiv picnic of the Assembly of God Church will begin at 10 a.m. and last all-day Friday on Joseph Stepson's farm in Moro. The picnic will'feature a basket dinner, games and a regular devotional service. The Friday night Christ Ambassador service has been can celed for this week. Jersey Boy, 7, Fractures Arm in Fall JERSEYVILLE.-Kenneth Py- I att, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pyatt of this city, 'fell from a -ladder at the home of a neighbor and fractured his arm Monday. The fracture was reduced at Jersey Community Hospital and a cast applied. The boy was admitted as a patient and was dismissed Tuesday. 1,200 Pounds of Clothing Collected at Carrollton CARROLLTON — Over l.^OO Medora Sunday where they at pounds of clothing was collected Itrnderi a shown- given in honor of during the United Clothing ap- Mrs. Fred Loellke at the home of peal in the Protestant Churrhes M IS . Alice Baker who was assisted of the mea according to an sn- nounccmcnt made Tuesday by the Rev. Robert Pitsrh. pastor of the local Methodist Church. Churches participating in Hie ollection were the Methodist aptiM. Presbyterian and Chri< aft in CaiTollton: the Berda .aptist Church, the Mt. Gilea aptist Church and the Kid re aptist Church. The clothing \va iken to the Church World Ser\ j FROGMEN STUDY HABITS OF SCOTTISH CHAR From depths of nearly 100 jfeet, frogman In Windermere I Lake, Scotland, brought bach news about the spawning habits of the char. The fish, members of the salmon family, ere found in Windermere and nearby lakes, in Wales and Ireland. They differ in their proportions from lake to lake and not much was known 'about their habits. They swarm lifrom the depths of the lake in Jjwinler and spawn in Ihe shal- lilows, it was learned, The char I was a commercial fish until 19L'2. Read Telegraph Want Ads. BE COOL SHADE YOUR HOME with nationally •dvertised ALUMINUM AWNINGS Fully ventilated design promotes air circulation. "Halo-light" underside keeps interiors brighter Lasting good looks assured by special 2-coat baked enamel finish guaranteed not to rust, chip, crack or peel. Stylet for window, door, porch 01 patio. ALTON'S OM.V KLKXAU M AW XING MAMFAITUKKK RUSSELL ILINO I AWNING 00. fll MILTON IOAD DIAL 14944 JACK MARTIN-2-0010 KUlftt HCJUUDT - *-«Oi •e Center in St. Louis by F. L nus. Attend Shower tn Aledora CARROLLTON-Mrs. John Bak r and Mrs. Clyde Bushnell went Open Thurs. Till 9 P.M. and All Day Saturday Thlt Wtck MENS SHOP! 36 K, Ferguson, Wood River 339 Belle Street, Alton 1662 Washington, Alton 5928 Kmtoit Ave.. St. Lnul* in entertaining by Mrs. Charles Baker.. Mrs. Sterling Baker and Mrs. .T. L. Bakrr. A special stamp will be issued to commcmoratfl the inaugural flinht of the "Austria Airlines" (AUA), Vienna reports. FIRST ORTGAGE LOANS ALTON SAVINGS * LOAN ASSOCIATION 620 E. THIRD SF Special Sale! ENTIRE STOCK LADIES' 2.98 SHORTS Sites • »• II Thurs. Nit* and All Day Sat. Only Clearance ENTIRE STOCK GIRLS' DRESSES Rcq.S1.9l I/ and I/ OFF andSIO.98 /4 /3 OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. CLOSED FRIDAY ptopt* ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER WILSHIRE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER I BOO E. Broadway, Alton Berkshire Blvd., East Alton' Telegraph Want. Ads "CLICK" Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" OPEN THURSDAY AND MONDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9 Closed Friday, (he 4th of July YOUR OLD DRESS IS WORTH FROM 2.00 , 8.00 Regardless ol condition color, style or size during this TRADE-IN DRESS SALE. WORTH YOUR OLD DRESS IS WORTH '98 • to ON ANY DRESS PRICED FROM 98 • 10 $ 4 oo ON ANY DRESS PRICED FROM 16 98 YOUR OLD DRESS IS WORTH ON ANY DRESS PRICED FROM 98 ., 22°. 8 00 YOUR OLD DRESS IS WORTH 23V „ 29°. ON ANY DRESS PRICED FROM 98 GflTCLVS OEPT STORE 201 Wtit 3rd, St, — AltM Bring several ol (hose old dresses to GATELY'S tomorrow. Help youiselt to Savings . . . while helping some needy person. ALL TRADE.IN DRESSES WILL IE CIVIN TO THE SALVATION ARMY NO CASH NEEDED! Charge We Give CAGLC STAMPS

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