Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 3, 1958 · Page 3
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, JULY 3,1958 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGfiTHMCl 31 Teachers Enrolled In Craft Course at Carrollton CARROLLTON - Thirty-on teachers of schools in this area ar enrolled in the crafts course whic otoened June 30 in the Carrollto Community Unit High School an will continue through July 18. The class, taught by W. R. Lidh is held each morning from 8 a.m to noon. It is sponsored by Illino State Normal University. Williams Funeral CARROLLTON — Funeral serv ices for Mary Magdalen William 98, of Kane, were held Tuesday a 2 p.m. at the Mehl Funeral Horn with the Rt. Rev. Monsignor M chael Enright officiating. Pallbearers, all of whom wer grandsons of Mrs. Williams were Film Williams, Robert William E. King, Ellston Roady, Clemen Williams and Russell Groce. In terment was in the Kane ceme tery. Insurance Men Honored CARROLLTON — Clarenc Schlueter of this city and Mayo Louis Varble of Kane wer guests of the Country Insuranc Companies affiliated with th Farm Bureau organization dinner and ball game at Busc Stadium in St. Louis Tuesda evening. Both men also will be guest of the Country Life Insuranc Company on a vacation trip t Brainard, Minn., in the latte part of August. Schueter is the Greene Count IAA Insurance manager an May/w Varble is a special agen for the IAA Insurance Compa nies. COOK'S PAINTS COOK'S SH ADO GIO ENAMEL hi a handy, easy-to use spray can I JUST TOSH THE BUTTON MINT! I «••••• SHADO GIO IS IDEAL FOR DECORATING: • Furniture • Toys • Bric-a-brac and dozens of other paintable surfaces MM« Nf W COiOtS, INCUID* IN* MfTAUKS w-oz. CAN $179 • IACH COOK'S PAIMTS I W. headway PhentS-5812 GreeneCounty ASC Election Set Tuesday CARROLLTON - A meeting will be held in each township in the county Tuesday at 8 p.m. for the purpose of electing t h f e e community committeemen and two alternates. Persons elected as chairman and vice-chairman in each township will serve as delegate and alternate delegate to the county convention at which the County ASC Committee will be elected. Persons having an interest In a farm as owner or tenant are eligible to vote and must vote in the township where the farm is located. The- township committeemen within the limitations of the regulations, adjust acreage allotments, fix acreage reserve payment rates and, assist with the ACP program. Every eligible voter should be interested in the selection of men whose decisions may materially affect the operation of farm programs in the community. The township meeting places are as follows: Athensville Town Hall; Eldred Fire Department building for Bluff dale township; Farm Bureau hall, Carrollton; American Legion hall, Kane, Linder town hall; Barnett Garage at Hillview for Patterson township; Rockbridge town hall; High School building at Roodhouse; Rubicon town hall; Walkerville town hall; basement of the Public .Library in White Hall for White Hall township; Woodville town hall and Wrights town hall. Join OES Chapter CARROLLTON — Mrs. William 441 Club Meets At Medora Home MEDORA-The Bake and Stitch 4-H Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. 0. Johnson. The meeting opened with Irene Lott leading in the pledge lo the 4-H flag and Elaine Johnson the pledge to the American flag. Plans were made for the girls to work in the 4-H stand at the Jersey County Fair next week. Plans were also made for the County Achievement Day Thursday at Jerseyville, when their dresses will be judged. Games were in charge of Roberta Frost, after whieh refresh ments were served. Sunshine Class Meett MEDORA-Mrs. T. B. Ruyle Jr., and Mrs. Leroy Gaffney were hostesses to the Sunshine class of t Ketnper Baptist Church at the hall Tuesday evening, Mrs. William Burton conducted the devotions and Mrs. Elliott read an article, "Patter of Little Feet" from the Reader's .Digest as a special. T. B. Ruyle Jr.. was in charge of the Bible study, after which the hostesses served refreshments. Clams Picnic MEDORA — The Worth While Class of the Baptist Church had their annual picnic dinner Wednesday in the basement of the church. Present were Mrs. Bess Carter, Mrs. Ollie Kemper, Mrs. Edith Rhoads, Mrs. Bertha Rhoads, Mrs. Lillie Forwood, Mrs. Gertrude Gwillim, Mrs. Lillie McCrellis, Mrs. Nellie Barnes, Mrs. Addie Pritchett, Mrs. Ethel Tucker, Mrs. Stella Gwillim, Mrs. May Reed, Mrs. Nelle Gorham, Mrs. Char lolte Kemper, Mrs. Jane Shields, Mrs. Ward Spencer and daughters. Connie, Marilyn and Patty, Miss Jessie Barnes. Mozambique is getting bids on 120 dropside railway cars, in Lourenco Marques. Catholic Daughters of America held in the Knights of Columbus Bridgewater Jr. and Mrs. Rayi hall. KHnepeter were elected lo mem-l Mrs. Henry Thien. grand regent, icrship in Temple Chapter OES;who was scheduled to go as a ->y affiliation Tuesday evening at the regular meeting of the Chap- .er in the Masonic Temple. Honored at a party following :he ceremonial were nine of the 11 members of Grand Chapter committees The nine were: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kessie, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Sheets, Mrs. Adrian Read, Mrs. Harold Horn, Mrs. H. H. Levi, Miss Lena {eyes and Mrs. Alfred Johnson. Accepts Position CARROLLTON — Mrs. Mather Reif has accepted a position n the office of Dr. A. D. Wilso and began her work there Mon day. Mrs. Reif, who was forme y employed in the-office at Boy Memorial Hospital, succeed Miss Margaret Powell who die suddenly Thursday evening. C D of A Meeting CARROLLTON—The Rev. Joh Moore, assistant pastor of S John's Catholic Church showed pi' tures of his trip to Arizona an Mexico Tuesday evening at th meetijig of the local Court of th OPEN FRIDAY, JULY 4th 8 a.m. to 12 NOON FULL LINE OF PICNIC SUPPLIES NOTTOLI SUPER MARKET HIGHLAND and GOLD STS. PHONE S-S649 delegate from the Catholic Daughters of the State of Illinois to a National Catholic Daughter Convention in Omaha, Neb., canceled her trip because of illness in her family. Honored guests at the birthday table Tuesday evening were: 'Mrs. Mildred Kania, Mrs. Eugene Carmody, Mrs. Jerome Beiermann, Mrs. Roy Edwards Sr. and Mrs. Henry Thien. Undergoes Surgery CARROLLTON—Henry Thien, a member of the Carrollton City Council, entered Barnes Hospital in St. Louis Wednesday and was scheduled to undergo major surgery today. Carrolllon Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hubbard, and Mrs. Fred Dodson and family of Greenfield and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Dodson of this city plan to spend Sunday in East Alton at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Goodnight. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sturgeon, and sons of Naperville arrived! Wednesday to spend the Fourth, of July holidays with Mrs. Sturgeon's mother, Mrs. Chris Daum Hospital Note? St. J4»ffl»t)ft'i MEDICAL Michael DeVault, 93fi McPherson. William Drake, 2312 Tibbitt. Robert Hill, Edwardsville. Miss Janet Mullane, Rt. 1, Edwardsville. Mrs. Bessie Mason, Edwardsville. Mrs. Dorothy Bruce, Roxatia. SttUltCAt William Peterson, 410 Miami. Robert Green, 304 Brentwood. Paul McCollum, Cottage Hills. Andrew Miller, West Alton. Harris Ziegenbein, Brighton. Mrs. Edith Crtgier, Edwardsville. Mrs. Esther Hagel, Edwardsville Elmer Goen. Dow. DISMISSALS Mrs. Nina Buckner, 310 Mclner- ney. Mrs. Musetta Gimliti, Dow. Mrs. Shirley Morrison, 1001 Brown Mrs. Mary Orban, 141 Haller. Marion Blankenship, 138 Wood River. Willie Belcher, 422 Belle. , Mrs. Rzella Dickey, 315 Cobb. Mrs. Katherine Brandt, 2029 Col lege. Jarrtes Hall. East Alton. Robert Cooper, Moro. William Stewart. Palmyra. Mrs. Ellie Hans, Edwardsville. Douglas Blase, Worden. Albert Williams, 1405 Maupin. Leo Jackson. 1207 Cooper. Thomas Taulli, 1100 E. Fifth. Paul Schlueter. Edwardsville. OPEN TONITE 'TIL 9 P.M.! .f lion Memorial MEDICAL Bill Greenshield, Wood River. Thomas Smithee, Godfrey. Mrs. Fern Barrow, 103 Elm. SURGICAL Miss Joann Cosby, Memorial. Mrs. .Janis Miller, 22 Marietta. Edgar Levi, Cottage Hills. Miss Trudy Long, Chesterfield. Mrs. Betty Peil, East Alton. Melvin Farmer, Wood River. Charles Sweetman. Jerseyville. Mrs. Mildred Martin, East Alton. DISMISSALS Steve Duich, .Wood River. Mrs. Mary Ryan. Cottage Hills. Herbert Peel, 2205 Alby. Burtis Rister, East Alton. Mrs. Mae Mottaz, Jerseyville. Mrs. Betty Greenberg, 1221 Clawson. Mrs. Bettye Schneider, Wood River. Victor Bauswell, East Alton. Mrs. Patricia Cox, 2666-Rodgers. Mrs. Lois Hammond,Cottage Hills Wood River Township MEDICAL Hope M. Fry, 320 Church, East Alton. Mrs. Audrie Nicholls, Granite City Sue E. Oetken. Bethalto. Michael Moore, 414 East Dr., East Alton. SURGICAL Mrs. .Beatrice Crites, 140 Whitelaw, East Alton. Harold McDonough, Hartford. Nancy Lamer, R. 1, Edwardsville Neal C. Dugger, 538 Nevada, East Alton. DISMISSALS Michael Martin,-110 Goulding, East Alton. Mrs. Edna Brooks. Cottage Hills. Renea Dilback, 2938 Watalee, Alton. Don M. Cappel, East Alton. Mrs. Erma Massey, 35 Madison. John E. Laux, Rt. 1, Alton. Newton Mallory, 48 Harnett. Worden WORDEN — William Woodward entered St. Francis Hospital in Litchfield Tuesday evening. Miss Roberta Wohlert of Alton is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wohlert. Miss Janette Kessman of Edwardsville, is spending this week Joyce Kess- PAINT UP THIS JULY 4th WITH Reg. 5.59gal, Save 7lc Gal. Per Gal. One coat protects; hides similar colors. Produces tough seal; locked-in beauty. Contains mildew resistant ingredients. Available in 14 fresh colors and white. One gallon covers up to 600 sq. ft. WORKMASTER LADDERS "Put You On Top Of The Job" Reg. 13.49. Save 3.61 Made of finest straight-grained, kiln- dried ladder lumber. Rungs mortised into side rails, then nailed. Light weight, yet built to give years of service. ?,* t, ^J?^^"'^£^V J.. .VUMVWMktfttwM. XvifV&m Dazzling Finish ... Snowhite Enamel 1.99 Reg. 2.39 Qt Odorless, rich, gleaming white, slays white. Fresh, sanitary for kitchen and Bath. Tough, mar resistant surface. • Quality Rollir Set Reg. 1.98 \ 44 Includes 1 quart baked enamel tray and 7-inch dynel •roller. Metal legs lock on ladder. man. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kennedy have returned home after a visit and other relatives. with Mr - and Mrs ' Colbert Law * City Attorney Jack McDonald at Denver ' Col °- and Mr " and will return to his law office in Mrs - James p 'P er at Los An 8 elcs > this city Saturday after spending Calif several days in Barnes Hospital Miss Barbara Birmingham is in St. Louis. J. F. Hubbard left Wednesday by plane for St. Petersburg, Fla., where he will be a guest 'until July 12 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Raffety, former Carrollton resident!. spending this week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ooton in Decatur. Mr and Mrs. Ben Wohlert and son, Larry, and daughter, Pamela, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wohlert in Alton Sunday. f» CONGRESS, Jwv 4.,,* INDEPENDENCE DAY It is our privilege and duty to cherish and protect our priceless American heritage to keep the flame of FREEDOM EVER BRIGHT! ia- ~» iAJ Combination Post and Top Lantern Reg. 9.98 II0W Ideal for lawn, back yard, driveway! Brass trim on lantern, white glass panels. Sturdy, black finish steel post. Roll-About Goos Anywhere-Turns Itself On or Off! Reg. 44.96 You can wheel this handy Kenmore through the entira house! Big 20-inch size! Adjusts to any height. Exhausts not air, brings in cool air. Thermostat automatically turns fan on or off—to setting dialed. Floodlight Bulbs Prolong Play Time for 3.95 Plastic Covered Non- Metallic Cable for All Uses 6 1 R«K. 2.20 9 Each ft Smart enough 4 'for outdoor dec* orative use, handy enough for photo floodlight. Use In driveways, gardens. Ne. 14 2-wire Ft Best for every use including direct underground burial for post and lanterns to garages. 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Or adjust to non-oscillating position for direct cooling! Aim flow with tilting head! Has key for wall hanging. UL approved. Moves 850 c.f.m. Craftsman Plastic Ho$e Regularly 4.98 3 98 Gleaming transparent green plastic hose! So tough it withstands up to six times average city water pressure. Resists sun, abrasions, oil, acids, age. New Sprinkler Covers 1500 Sq. Ft. Vl9? 6.48 Has 2-posliion lever control for full or half areas. Operates on 2 to 85 Ibs water pressure. Resists dirt. sand. S-ln, Grass Shears With Steel Blades Reg. 1.39 Fur e«ue and speed In cutting gias» weeds in hard-to-get-at pluc.es Sine-action coll spring. 11 inches long. "Sweep" Your Lawn with Steel Rake 48i Reg. 880 Spring steel tines give «w»«plng action to make lawn raking •**• ier. 19-Inch spread, with ed handle. ALTON SSn*

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