Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1958 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 9, 1958
Page 8
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WEDNESDAY, JtJL# 8,1888 ALTON fiVBNWQ TELBGRAPM A Wf*i fc*ty u limited t* tot weight it* wtogi em lf» fit. ThOfhll jefnWWfl Wn fM n™ custodian e! flte oreat Seal of f United States. DRESSEL YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK Eldrod The Re*. Jofffi FHWiMi «B<8tt«l at the funeral «f Katte Btuhnell Mondiy, sftefftoon «t the fiWred fitfltttt Church. Ptflbeafers were: Efflmert Afid Clyde tomato, L*»lie SosWwll, Paul Davidson, Mow- art ftttyte and Martin fioshnell. Burial was in the Eldred cemetery. The American Legion Auxiliary win ftiet* Friday fHfM it fits t*» m Haft. Hattets vein Be Mrs. Lemite seMWs, Mrs. Margaret Varble. Mrs. fidith Ivors, Mrs. Mary W. K<wter, and Mrs. Atha- tone Oafflin. Mr. «nd Mrs. Bert Vanausdall of Alton visited Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brannan. Mrs. t)elia Sowers accompanied her mother, Mi's. Claude Gilleland, to Alton Monday where Mrs. Oil' leland entered ft. 'Josepn's Hospital toe observation and treatment. Mr. afid Mrs. Eugene Tuey and son, fticky, .were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl tvm of Cooke Valley Farms. The "head" «f a shrimp houses its heart and stomach. The tasty, meaty tall is the part that is eaten. It. ,to» * Alf Cendlttenlno*f»fflp8fOtur»» mod* to ord«r-fef afl-w«flth«r eemtert'. IA* Mipo/o-Sport Coups with Body by fisher, fvtry wiWow of «wy Chevy-I* Softly Plot* Glow. j Here are 59 reasons why Chevy's '58's biggest setter! 68 reasons would have rounded tilings out nicer, we admit. But the extra reason is the most important of all— you! We invite you to look over all of these fast-selling features. But if you're like most people we know, you'll just plain like tins new Chevy—and that'll be reason enough to want one! super smooth power teams! No other ear offers such , m wide choice! There are six sweet-running engines—rattging from the thrifty Bhie-Tlame 6 right up to the radically new 280-h.p. Super Turbo-Thrust VS.* There.'B also a flection ,< Chevies priced lowest of the low-priced three Just You'lli and .. .. , than any comparable models in the low- priced three (based on list prices). fpf i coinbo yoy prefer. You'll firidwery power team is available on every model! . Takt your pick— all-new Full Call SttSptHJIOH ... or a real air ride* BRA&ID-NEW SUSPENSION SYSTEMS AUTOMATIC DRIVES Takt , a tboict cf smoothtr-thM-tvtr Twboglld**, tbt inly triplt-turbint [tnmmiaio* in GbtvnMt juld!' 'Optional at extra cost » BRIGHT NEW COLORS No other low-priced car has Chevy'f gull-wing glamor, crank-operated ventipanes, polished lacquer finish or Safety flue Glass all around! BIG FISHER BODY FINE POINTS America's be$t buy — C/I1MIOIIT America's best seller I Look time features over one by one at your Chevrolet dealer'*—then add them up. You too will then decide you get the best boy on tha beat teller! Seeyowr local authorized Chevrolet dealer Authorized Chevrolet Dealer in Alton REILLEY BROS., INC. fill. IROADWAY. Ntom: 3-7787 •in Wood River ALBRECHT CHEVROLET, INC. 222 AliM.f4wwdivillt Rood. HIM*: *>433I Carrolltoft CARftOLLtON -Mr. and Mrs. lay Wilson and daughters of Jlarksville, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. William tvery c-f Webster Groves. Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Wilam Springet and son and Charles Fry of Alton spent the weekend here with their mother, .Irs. Charles Fry. The Wilson's vere accompanied to Carrollton y Mrs. Albert Christian of Louisville, Ky., who went on to ATiite Hall to spend several days vith her son-in-law and daugh- er. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vln* arc). Miss Doris Westerhold of White Hall is spending a few days as :uest of Miss Cynthia Thiebaud t the home of her grandparents, udge and Mrs. G. K. Hutchens. Mrs. P. 0, Short has returned lOme from a visit with her laughters, Mrs. Otis Llles In Rockford and Mrs. Julian Bcem, n Shelbyville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fuller of Clinton, Ind., were guests Thurs- lay and Friday of their sister- n-law, Mrs. Gregg Fuller. Other guests Friday at the Fuller home were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Isabel of St. Louis, Miss Sandy Trundell of Kansas City, and Mr. anc rtrs. Robert Tucker and Miss Maxfne .Britten of this city. Mr and Mrs. Isabell were accom- mnied home Friday evening by rtrs. Gregg Fuller who remained n St. Louis until Monday. Mrs. Louis Ostermann is a pa lent in St. John's Hospital at Springfield. Mrs. Robert Melody and daugh ers, Joyce and Jeanne, of .Glen Illyn, were weekend guests o Mr. and Mrs. P. G. McCadden Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jung and Mrs. Mary Bolin. Mrs. Melody and daughter, Joyce, returned home Tuesday but Miss Jeanni Melody remained for a longei visit. Miss Sara Jane Tapp, daughte of Mr. and Mrs; Carroll Tapp, lef Monday for St. Louis to begin he new work at Stix Baer and Fulle: n that city. Mr. and Mrs. •Thomas Zwolin ski of Havana were business vis tors here Tuesday. Lynn Maholland, a member o .he Greene County Board of Supervisors from Lipder Township s a patient at Alton Memoria Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stout anc 'amily of Taylorvllle were week end guests of Stout's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Or ville Stout. Other guests at thi Stout home Monday were -Mr and Mrs. George Clark of Pe oria, who were en route to Okla wma and Wisconsin to speni their vacation. Miss Hallie Anderson spen Sunday evening at Murrayville a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Law rence Cook. Mr. 'and Mrs. Kenneth Sturgeo and sons returned home Wedne day after a visit here and in Win Chester with relatives. They wer accompanied home by Mrs. Stu geon's mother, Mrs. Chris Daum who will spend a few weeks Napervllle. Mrs. Claude Cummings wa moved from her home to the Je sey ville Community H o s p i t a Monday in the Simpson ambu lance. Births during the Mayflower 1 historic voyage in 1620 raised it passenger list total Irom 102 t 104. 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