Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1958 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 10, 1958
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ALTON TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 10, IIS* Wood River «£*£.. CoTCMeet Set July 17 WOOD RIVER—A general membership meeting erf the Wood River Township Chamber of Cottt- Biewe will be held at t:50 p.m. next Wednesday in the American Legion Hall here. Any •community problems or problems pertaining to Chamber work will be open for discussion at thk meeting, according to Loyal Palmer, executive secretary. East Alton Boy Wins Ticket ^Kv Sale Contest EAST ALTON— Bennte Doug-. las was champion salesman of the Muny Baseball League Ifi the Wcent ticket sale contest for the Booster Club sponsored fish fry, It was announced today. Bennie, representing hte junior division, sold 116 tickets. Don McGee won honors hi the Teenage Division with the sale of 43 tickets and Kevin Grimaley was high salesman of the Midget Division with 40 sales. The boys will be guests of the Booster Club at a St. Loftls Cardinal game later this month as their award. The fish fry, which was staged as a double feature Monday and Tuesday evenings at the playground, netted a profit of $200. For the club treasury which had SANDWICH MAKERS Several participants in the Girl Scout cooking school at St. John's Methodist Church hi Edwardsville Tuesday are being instructed in the making of a huge French bread sandwich. From, left to right are: Barbara Poe, Janet Schrage, Miss Jo Leslie, home economist for Illinois Power Co., instructor; Margie Harbers and Mary Jo Hoover.—Staff Photo. been depleted by insurance payments, Joe Ballard, chairman reports. Plans are' being completed for e annual family • picnic which will be an event of Aug. 24 at e • Shell Refinery recreation grounds, following the play-offs at the close of the season, Bab lard stated. Thief Steals Towels,' Rugs FroniE.AltoiiClothesLine SAVE ENTIRE STOCK BOYS' SUMMER PLAYWEARand FURNISHINGS at give-away prices! Baaqua SWrti, Sport Shirt*, Swim TnuOn. Wuhabl* Majr Shorts, Zippar Jteketa, l»ajtd On* SWrto, Crop* Ptjamaa. tin i mm TO iu.> Opofl Mon., Frl. Till f P.M. , 117 N. Third St. I EAST ALTON — Three theft incidents with missing articles amounting to more than $100 In value, were reported to police Wednesday, two of the incidents occurring on the same street. The first report was made by William E. Buckler, 216 Bond, who told police that sometime Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning a number of miscellaneous laundry articles on his wife's backyard clothesline were stolen. Buckler said his wife had hung the laundry up about 6 p.m. Tuesday but when she looked out at the line in the morning, all the articles were gone. Missing. items included 10 towels, 3 rugs, including one large gray one, and two tee shirts, one with "SIU" on the front. Early In the afternoon, Robert Williams, 113 Cardot, called and said that Ms daughter's red and white girl's bicycle was missing. According to Williams, his daughter had parked the bicycle, valued at $40, next to the house Tuesday evening. Early in the evening, another resident of Bond avenue, Thomas Fleming, 217 Bond, reported the theft of 'his power mower valued at -$60. Fleming said the machine in his backyard Tuesday night and his wife discovered it gone Wednesday morning. that he had left Free Lance Lawmen PHOENIX, Ariz. JP - Sheriff C. Boies has turned down an offer of help from two prospective awmen. They wrote him: "We are starting a police sta- ion and we need your permission to put people In our jail." The two jailers are IB and 10. Sheriff Boise thanked them for their interest and promised to send deputy to show how they can be of help but said he's happy with hit present jail system. <:• Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Eldon Husted Admitted To Wisconsin 6«r WOOD RIVER — Eldon Husted, son of Mrs. L u c i 1 e Vaughn Husted, 412 N. Sixth St., has been admitted to the bar recently in the State of Wisconsin. Husted received his bachelor ofj law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School in Madison on June 16. He attended that school afterll graduating from Milliken University with a bachelor of science |[ degree in 1955. During his time at Wisconsin,! he was selected for membership jl in Phi Delta Phi, a professional fraternity and served as a justice | on the university's Student Court. | Attends Meeting WOOD RIVER — Mrs. William I Stevens of the Wood River Town-| ship Hospital Auxiliary and member of the state board, at-1 tended the program committee meeting of the Illinois Hospital Association at Chicago, Tuesday. Arrangements were completed for the annual fall conference of | Women's Hospital Auxiliaries of the Illinois Association which will be held Oct. 29-30 at Pere Marquette Hotel, Peoiia, she reports. Mrs. Stevens Avas selected as chairman of the conference contests including: tray favors, publicity scrap books, handiwork and new letters. BIKE SALE SAVErSUMMER Price Cut 5.07 wM of 44.»S J. C. HlaalM quality 2.9SAirMattrost Folding Camp Cot Reg. f5.68! Stur- - dy white. duck. Reinforced! Durable tic in wide color asiortment, 28X68- In. size. , 2.69 Casting Hod Solid Aluminum ^offset . handle. Chuck type foregrlp. A fine quality rodl • Our finest of lightweight bait casting reels 1 Selective click, adjustable drag Camp Steal* Aluminum Landing Hit Reg. 99 For fish Inc. from shore or boat. diameter hoop. Cotton twin* net. Scar* ha* a complete 7in« e/ standard and tally equipped Folds for carrying. Braced for extra strength. bik»*—at tariagg Aluminized .,".'.. steel body 2-positioh plated grill e ' 7-inch steel wheels FREE • 1-qt. wanng pat O 7x1 l*.catti»f board First land engegement of the Sparusii-American War was at i^as Guasimas, Cuba, and was won by the Americans. Japan is the world's biggest exporter of transistor radios, wholesaling around $14. Due to the Brussels World Fair, Luxembourg expect* 1958 to be a record tourist year. SAVE 30" to 50* •r •: •••.•., ,*,%•-< ENTIRE STOCK GIRLS' SUMMER 1 PLAYWEAR . and DRESSES at give-away prices! PUy»uito, SwimsulU, Slacks, Short*, Jamaica*, Darling Dreasea iDBS*» 8^1, 7-14. f MONTHS TO PAY witt M tfawa psysitat in Won,, Frl. Till 9 P.M. '$, 117 W. Third St. INFLATABLE WADJNO POOL Regubrly seM at 4.W! 52 in. diameter. Holds 85 gal. 4^ A A water. Vinyl plastic. NO sharp ^ ** •dges. DON'T Confuse Snowhlte with ordinary - House Paints $4.fl. 4-lneh Paint trash •chatf of 4 Gal. COM of Our FINEST Quality ... Reduced! Grooved steps braced with steeL Pall shelf. 1.29 Paint Relltr Sit 99c l-qt. rust •resist' ant tray and,,7-ln. dyne) roller coater. 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Craftsmen Engine. 5 cutting height*. Controls ar» ••lily accessible. AlMmlnu'm •Hoy housing designed for front «nd fid* trim. Gvar. *nteed I yt«r. Buy now and. save I "fwttp" Your Uwn With ttMl Rakt Beg, 98c - AUftate Reg. Motor Oil l,i Adjustable Top Corrlor Rats 122 rajBsnjirOIlt Hoso •jprilwifsjr 2»-Foot Vinyl NmbtoUiM 6mn IfO* S* Ft. SZS&VZL ^ak_m '^>w *m*m 9t^||W HHMHFw VVVPV Reg. 2.19 ..w~ R _ 9 , 100% pure oil, durable dependable *' and economical. Ha* iti> own nat> Oak bars with 8 large suction cupi. uraj cleaning ability. 71-incb heavy canvas ciu-go »tr«P» Reg. 89o pif Reg. 0.49 Fully .«dJu«t»W« - jdju»u" from HM a»w»mwii Jtvar jMmtr.rt (or "" .»W!* J «P JH^%|i{f&*4? iliU Strt/iaad. «i- OPWUtM on . watw we«ijiini. Re- Reg, 1.19 ...... ftprinkif Of iQftlt AQy •ay pi«c« you wi th uo watar ALTON HOUIS. Deilyftal •*>

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