Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1958 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 9, 1958
Page 13
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PAOtt-POURTESN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 9,188« Tarrant Appointed Fire Trustee at Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILLS-Milton Tarrant, assistant fire cWef of the Cttttge Hills Fire Department, hM*b*tft appointed trustee of ft* Outage Hills Fire District by , Judge Michael The announcement was made by Bill Bryant, ftfi chief of Cottage Hills. Bfyant snid he had appointed j NormanShewmakerto take Tar-' rant's place a8 assislant fire chief. Howard Seiver was ap- News of Area Men lit Armed Forces CADET BILLY L. 8CMWALB, 21 of Dorsey is attending a six-wee pointed to take Shewmaker's place a* crew captain. summer cairtp at Fort Leonar Wood, Mo., under the Keserv Officer Training Corps program t Missouri School of Mines and Me allurgy at Rolla. The training wi end Aug. 1. Schwalb, son of Mr The firemen plan to hold a fish and Mrs. Art H. Schwalb. Is a 1954 fry at the fire house on Aug. 1 from 5 to 10 p.m. Arrangements are being made by Bill Bryant, Wlltoti Parrant and,Charles Mo- drovsky. irrant department will also operate a barbecue ham and hamburger booth at the Bethalto Homecoming. Bill Bryant, Harold Large and William Hale are in charge of the project. Tonight, the department will hold an executive board meeting. The regular meeting will be held July 23. To Discuss Sewers COTTAGE HILLS—State Rep. Ralph Smith will participate in Brigham Young became bead e the Mormon Church after Joseph and Hyrum Smith were murdered by a mob In Chicago, in 1844. graduate of Edwardsville Hig School. a panel discOssion on the sewer problem in the Cottage Hills and Forrest Homes area Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Cottage Hills Grade School. Henry Sheppard, state engl neer, and William Fisher, bonds man, will also be present at the meeting. All residents of the area are requested to attend. Does your bathroom pass the GUEST Gueato notice and w dom your family. And they MC what • fine housekeeper you are when your bathroom is BNO-BOL iweet and clean. SNO-BOL cleans toilet bowta M ao mere t™" rl "f powder—destroys |*ra» tool 9 f id nisns why YOU SDluliDir SNO-BOL 'I. Excknlv* No-Drip tarb* Spoutl I Cleom toilet bowk brighter, fatter wMn'sudiinfll octioni f ' I. Kill/93% of all bowl ferml 4. Safe for pipes, leptte tanktl 5. Removes hard water nnt rtalnil Ik Oeodoriiet... hove* • fight pine scent) Ixtra HouMhoM Us«i,T**l 7. Opens drotas-fceep* them openl •L Wonderful for Cwoiwtfj (op cofointcit •0r1iwitwoM« 0'oisl t. ShbMt hord-to dean Mai NO-PIWi* POURING SPOUT/ No Wast* - No M«M Insist M SNO-IOL...IM tri|li»dl liquid tolltt bowl clumr County*Wide Drive Brighton Committee Taking V Group Hospital Applications BRIGHTON. — Through th em, Ore.; Port Angeles. Wash sponsorship of the Farm Burea once a year the Blue Cross an Blue Shield is open to individu als. Monday night at Carlinvill he hospital drive was offlciall open and applications will he ac cepted from July 7 through July 28. Mrs. Allen Jones, Mrs. Harrj femes and Mrs. Dean Benz ar aking applications for Blue Cros n Brighton Township. Scholarship Day BRIGHTON. — Mike Makuh County Superintendent of Schools announces that Macoupin Counts Scholarship Day will be held a he Macoupin Ceunty Fairground i day before the County Fal •pens, Monday, July 21, at 8 p.m n case of rain the event will b moved to Carlinvllle High School Students of Southwestern High chool to be honored are: Mary Sarginson, Donna R. Marshall nd Paul E. Anders, recipients o 'eacher Training Scholarships. Final Count on fish Fry BRIGHTON. — Mrs. Earl Or an, chairman of the planning ommittee for the 4th of July fish ry staged by the two Bantam earns, announces the final coun f profit derived from supper wai 62.22, which was divided evenly etween the two teams. Mr. anc Ars. Albert Oertel fried, the fish or the supper. E. ft R. Youth Meeting BRIGHTON. — The Youth o! he St. John Evangelical and Re- ormed Church met Sunday eve- ing in the social rooms of the hurch. Devotions were led by Dale and immy Orban. Norman Hansen tanned the, program. There were 13 members present. Judy Che- us was a guest of the group. The young people are planning "retreat on the campus of Black' urn College Aug. 3 and have in- ited the Presbyterian and Meth- xiist Youth Groups to join them or this meeting. After the Sunday evening pro- ram games were played and the group then adjourned to Cap's rive-in for refreshments. Return from Trip BRIGHTON. — Mr. and Mrs. eorge Chace returned Saturday rom a 7,000-mile trip. Their trip xk them to Denver,Colo.; Reno, ev.; San Francisco, Calif.; Sal- where they crossed by ferry to Victoria Vancouver Island; over island to Vancouver British Columbia. They visited Bamff, Lakn Louise, Columbia Ice Fields and Jasper National Park. The farthest northern point was the province of Alberta in Canada. On their return trip they visited Mrs, Nettie Fisher In Great Falls, Mont. Birthday Party BRIGHTON. — Mrs. Robert Elberg entertained Tuesday afternoon with a party for her son Donald, on his sixth birthday. Guests were Billy and Lisa Northcutt, Barbara, Jim, Kenny and Cathie Lewis, Teddy. Mary and Karen Elberg, K. L. Rogers, Donald's brother and sister, Rog er and Patty, and Ricky 1 Gill. Adult guests at the party were Mrs. Rollie Warr, grandmother; Mrs. Myrtle Myers, great aunt; Mrs. Nora Elberg, grandmother; Mrs.Theo Elberg, an aunt, and Mrs. Floyd Lewis.. Games were played and Ereshments of birthday cake re- ice cream and were served by Mrs. Elberg, assisted by Mrs. Mora Elberg. Brighton Noted BRIGHTON. — Miss Kathleen Ann Long, daughter of William Long, and Mrs.; Long from Boston, Mass., arrived Saturday for a two-months visit at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Long., She was met at. the airport by Mr.* and Mrs. R/)llin Orr and Mr. and Mrs. Her- >ert v Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boulter of Carlinville were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Pearlie Haycraft. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McGehee of Oakridge, Tenn., are visiting his week with the Rev. and Mrs. E. M\ McGehee. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schmidt and girls of Charleston, W. Va., ire visiting this week .with Mr. md . Mrs. Harvey Schmidt and ther relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schmitt nd family of Minneapolis, Minn., re visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harold uruns. Mrs. Schmitt is Mr. Brvlns' ister. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roe nd daughters, Linda and Robin, Peoria, and Mr. and Mrs. Robrt Burress of Alton were dinner 3 Postcards Delivered $ Postmarked 10, '12, '18 CHICAGO (AP) — Three postcards, bearing postmarks of 1910, 1912 and 1918, were v delivered to postman Keith ias\ week. But Ferguson's hotrte he's going to return them to the post office. "You're not supposed to keep mail that doesn't belong to you," Ferguson said Tuesday. A spokesman at the Post Office said in effect, "don't blame us," although admitting an aura of mystery gtlrroaftding their rfetiv-f ery. The post office believes the cards were part of sotBeotte's collection tor years and for some reason nomeorie dropped them injj a mall box. All the cards bore the address of Ferguson's South Side home and were addressed to Mrs. Charles Johnston, C. Johnson and the Johnston family. Ferguson's mother has lived at the address for 23 years. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haycraft. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rain and sons of Alton were callers at the Haycraft home in the evening. Mrs. Abe Williams and daughter, Ruthie, and Mrs. F*! G. Scheffel and granddaughter, Jackie Recher, are on a vacation trip to California. NO PARKING TICKET FOB VOUf Susan'B. Anthony made her speech, "On Woman's Right to Suffragte," In 18?3. That same yea*r she was arrested for casting vote in^the presidential election. MIYMS WATtR SOPTINIRS * Sales e Service • Installation J A A f PRINGMAN GODFREY 8-4181 dtlivtr DIAL Mill w 2.27*2 FOSTER'S PRESCRIPTION SERVICE IAST, MOADWAY 210 Read Telegraph Want Ads. Tdegraph Want Ads "CLICK 1 Telegraph Want Adi, CLOSED FOR VACATION WATCH THE TELEGRAPH FOR REOPENING DATE NEXT WEEK DUKE BAKERY Ninth and Hwiry Streets CLEARANCE TREMENDOUS SAVINGS IN MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S NIGH GRADE SHOES! COME EARLY! SALE STARTS THURS., JULY 10-9 A.M.! for WOMEN AIR-STEP Reg. $10.95 to $12.95 90 LIFE-STRIDE Reg. $8.95 to $10.95 SPORTS and CASUALS *6 90 Values to $7.95- Waskilb Play Shoos $ Wtdgts - Flats Valuta to $5.95 2 for MEN ROBLEE $745 Regular to $16.95 - m To $f .45 PEDWIN $4290 Regular to $10.95 10 ; 6 — for CHILDREN DUSTER DROWN $>|99 Values to $8.95 RODIN HOOD Values to $6.95 4. rUTMOB Canvas. Arcb-cuahion In- For children SO98 SORHY PM0M! ^Nrffll)ollF«B^*PB'\ Ul WOT THUD ALL SALIf FINAL Biedermom. TOP QUALITY APPLIANCES at Low, Low Prices Westinghouse J2/9.95 Family Size REFRIGERATOR "July Jubilee Price... NO MONEY DOWN This is tbi now Wostinghouso Sunronio that Is sty lid to look built-in i Full-width Freoior and Chillor Tray hold 50 pounds ot frown food. Lots of door storage. I2f-»q. ft. of sbolf,aroa! Vou don't Pay * while HI or tempor $249 Westinghouse "Streamliner" AIR CONDITIONER $ July Jubilee Price/.. No sido vonts. 16" thin, II" low, Fits any. I whorl! insido, outsldo, or through tho wall, i Adjustable no-draft oooling. Operates on household ourront! 6,600 BTU'S. EASY $229.95 AUTOMATIC Fills the Bill"--and SAVES 'em too! SmilUr outsido and largor insido with complitily flsi- Iblo controls to suit your ov- ory washing nood. Just sot tho dial far any oyelo, thon forgot it. 100$ Automatic! 159 •The Fully Automatic you'v* drearntd o/ owning/ ALTON, ILL. $169.95 EASY Spindrler July Jubilee Price ! 95 NP MONIY DOWN 129 Twt big tuis work as a tiaai! YON aan do a full walk's wash In loss than an aourl Qit a thorough washi thon a froth rinsa and 21$ drlir spin-dry In tho Mload tul whllo you ant hi,Mtthjr load ft with, IAVI tlaji, afftrt and aioaoy by washing •'tho EA$Y' f wiy I OPEN FRIDAY mil MONDAY NIGHIS JULY JUIILCE EXTRA HIOH TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE* Member Grealor Alton Auociaiion o/ Commtrct B VJfLll fRIUMI IJ'HJ IT> V.; IX L/ H I 111 VJM i*?dernuiii Broadway and Psosa ALTON, ILL.: .( ^ \l [ 1) MO . K O t /, U MO m

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