Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1958 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 9, 1958
Page 7
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PAGtt EIGHT ALTON EVENING TtfEGRAPtt WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1938 Fifemen Step Carefully In Snake Pit Blaze LE, Calif. (AP)- siepped gingerly Tuesday night as they fought a blaze the Snake Pit. a reptile garden on Highway 101 Of here. The structure ground, killing dozens of deadly snakes, including cobras, rattlers and boa constrictors. Owner Tex Cordell estimated damage at $10,000. He didn't know how the fire started. His entirej collection was destroyed, he said. There were no human injuries OlVlCC.AKPTHOMOOFEtr CANKKMHtD.M!ATHIN6«r HOUR PiftTANK CAN UElKCTiA TKtTAMK.FACtPlATE.HASH U6NT$,DOTM CMftt.THINMMfll SWT.MAUPWTOf TW"UIN6". Medora Post And Auxiliary Elect Officers MEDORA — The Legion Auxiliary elected officers Monday evening. Harold Huff was elected com- jmander of the American Legion. „ Other officers electee' and ap-!Legion, pointed were: E. L. Kahl, firstit e n d a n c e at Boys' State at vice commander; Charles Smith.jSpringfield. second vice commander; Dale Smith adjutant; Melvin Bennett, finance officer; Jesse StrunkJiary. Other officers elected were: chaplain; Robert Gable, sergeant-at-arms; Clinton Wed- Mrs. Harold Bowman, first vice president; Mrs. Sadie Maska, second vice president; Mrs. M. ding, historian; .Tames Mains, Americanism; H. E. Bow^nan, A. Wilson, secretary; Mrs. service; Gene Schaefer, chlldjJames Mains, chaplain; Mrs. Lo- welfare; George Smith Jr.. em-jig Smith, treasurer; Mrs. Vern- ployment; H. L. Maple, publicjon Doughty, historian; Mrs, relations; James Mains, poppy;JVernon Maska, sergeant-at-arms. fl n ,5 Nelson Sawtell, grave registra-|They were all installed except tion; Vernon Doughty, ritualjthe last three, Mrs. E, L. Kahl H. F. Shields, boy scout; Dwightjw a s installing -officer, Mrs. D. Gross, SAL officer; E. L.|James Mains installing sergeant Kahl, boys' state. Gary Smith, sponsored gave a report of his at- |at-arms, and Mrs. Stella Wilton, by the installing champlain. Mrs. Charles L. Smith was elected president of the Auxil- • t WHIN IT'S SUMMER CLEANING TIME "SUPERIOR" It Th* HouMhdd Word In Qiultty RU8 Ml OARPET CLEANING THIS IS THE WAY TO START THE PAY ALIVE'. THAT EARLY MORNINO SHOWER INCREASES YOURORCUUfflON, SHARPENS YOUR APPl- TITE.MAKES YOU ftltflMUX AUVf t ALTON WATER COMPANY •»... *•*(* MMH fcwl. MM. I tin*. *•. LEE SHOPS PRICED TO CLEAR! SHOP NOW! SAVE NOW! BETTER SUMMER DRESSES REDUCED All 5.95 STYLES NOW ALL 10.95 and 9.95 STYLES NOW All $13.95 and $12.95 Styles Now u$1o50%! ALL MATERNITY DRESSES & TOPS MARKED DOWN! OFF REG. PRICES Were $9.95 to $2.97 . NOW ALL $2.97 "SUMMER" WASHABLE COTTON FROCKS Slit* 12 to 20 — 14% to 14% — 46 fo 51 SPECIAL GROUP'" 2.97 now si" ALL SUMMER PURSES CLOSED OUT NOW ALL 1.95 STYLES ALL 2.95 NOW STYLES 1 $499 LodiM 1 and Children 1 * BATHING SUITS Reduced V4 OFF ladit* Siitt 32 »e 44 Girli Sii.i 4 lo te and • to 14 LADIES' SUMMER SKIRTS 1/3 W«r« 2.97 NOW W.r. 3.95 NOW OFF R.g Prict LADIES' BLOUSES I/, Off / 4* R«9 Prict /•r« 2.97 C100 NOW *| w W.ft 1.97 NOW Summer SLEEP WEAR Sole! All iaby Dells - Wolti and Long Gowni WERE | / NOW OFF ] 39* 099 5,95 1. 1.97 KIDS' SPORTSWEAR ON SALE!! SHORTS — T-SHIRTS I/. - gA Rtg, BLOUSES—PEDAL PUSHERS /3 Oil Pric«s Girli 1 - Chlldrtn'i SUMMER DRESSES Off 3.95 now 2.99 2.97 now 1.99 1.97 now 1.39 Ban-Lon and Tycora Cardigan Sweaters BIG SAVINGS on FAMOUS LOVABLE BRAS REG. 5.95 now 3.95 REG. 7.95 now 4 95 2&SU9 FAMOUS SKIPPIES - GIRDLES 1.50 now rer $2,4* or1.29tach a FOR 10.95 new OMCI'A.YIAI SAVINGS LEE SHOPS OTHfft ITEMS WOT ADVERTISED ON SALEI Mrs. Charles Smith gave the list of committee chairmen and appointive officers, who are as follows: Mrs. Ina French, Americanism; Mrs. H. L. Maple, auxiliary loan fund and education, al scholarship; Mrs. Melvin Bennett, child welfare; Mrs. Sarah Cameron, civil defense; Mrs. H. F. Shields, community service; Mrs. Kathryn Wedding, girls state; Mrs. Gen Budde, gold star; Mrs. \V. W. Chism, Junior activities; Mrs. Charles H e m b r o w, legislative; Mrs. Warren Harris, membership; Mrs. T. T. Eddleman, member liasion; Mrs. Robert' G a b 1 e, music; Mrs. Pearl Gross, national security; Mrs. Joe Alward, Pan American >study; Mrs. Stella Wilton, past president parley; Mrs. E. L. Kahl, poppy; Mrs. 'Marie Lewis, publicity; Mrs. Alice Powell, rehabilitation and veterans employment; Mrs. E. T. Rhodes revisions; Mrs. A. T. Wilton, speakers bureau; Mrs. Vernon Sarginson, veterans' craft exchange. Miss Rosemary Fricker, whom the Auxiliary sponsored, gave a report of Girls' Staje which she attended at Jacksonville. Plans were made for entertaining the Macoupin County Qouncil of the Legion and Auxiliary, which will meet here July 25 at 8 p.m Mrs. Wendell Warner and Mrs.' Elston Gaffney were appointed to the refreshment committee tof the meeting. The Lefcion IS to arrange the program for the evening. Both organizations made further plans for the Medora Barbecue, which they will sponsor Friday aiW Saturday evenings, Aug. 1 and 2. Refreshments were served at the close of the m*ettrtgs by Mrs. M. A. Wilson, Mrs. Gla_yt6fi Powell, Mrs. David M ; cKee".and Mrs. Vernon Sarginson; . ' Frlckef and daughter, Mr. and Mri. Henry, Fricker, Rosemary' and Billy. Holiday GtirMs MEDORA - Guests at ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sarginson included Mr. and Mrs. Keith Long am! family,. Stlllwat- g : Olifa.; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. reer and family, Medesto; Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Greer, Gillespie; Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Garner and Onthef Ing MEDORA - A family gather iny. \»as held at tne home of Mrs. Nancy Wood Sunday with a pot- uck dinner. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Colyer Good and fam- ly, Milwaukee, Wis., Miss Ulian Wood, Decatur; Mr. and Vtrs. Walter, Wood and family, Vtr. and Mrs. Junior Mains and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Vood and family, Shipmanj Miss Vancy Hankins, Greenfield; Don- Id Mayhoefer, Brighton; Mr. and Mrs, Allen Fricker and laughter, Mr, and Mrs. Harold sdh, Wfl»d River; Mr. ftnd Mrs. Saffclnsoft and family, Godfrey; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sarginson and family, Chesterfield; Don Hermes,, Brighton; Bill Mills, Shipman. .Tr Undergo Surety MEDORA — Ronnie Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-' ert Cunningham, entered Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Monday for a major che£ operation. Ronnie fins NORFOLK, Va.'l#>—Ltst Mrs. Mildred Lainey filks pf**nt« ed her husband, Johtt, with ft soil on Father's Day. this y*ftr «h« presented him with ft daug^tW Oil Mother's 'Day. .„ 15 years old and will t* i sophomore in Southwestern high school this fall. He has had two termer operations. rriMrn FTT ri LTTDir/lI CFHUIPF LUMPLblhhLhLlnllALotnvlbt KM' 1IKS Kl IN SI U I UIO> ALL SERVICES GUARANTEED Oil*. 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