Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1958 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, -JULY 15,195§ ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH first annual oap bo* derby has been sched- led in Bethalto July 26 by the Civic Memorial ¥MCA as part its summe* program. Prises wilVbe awarded to'winners. Alfboys/frt>m 8 to 14 years of te who wish to enter the derby htnlld contact Program Director ton Simpson at the Bethalto American Legion Pavilion from to 4 p.m. or the Bethalto Grade School baseball field from S to 0 p.m. AH .contestants must be regis ered before July 25. Cars should s of the push type to allow for driver and a pusher,' MARRIED 50 YEARS Mr. and Mrs, W. F. Bennett of Medora who will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday. Mr. and Mr*. W. F. Bennett, Medora, Wed 50 Years MEDORA — The golden anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bennett will be celebrated Sunday, July 20, with a family dinner at noon at American Legion Hall. Open house will be held at the home on North Main Street in the afternoon from 2 to 4. Mrs. Benett, 69, was Miss Ada Gross before her marriage, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gross. Bennett's parents are the late Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bennett. He is 74 and is the oldest of a family of 12 children. Mrs. Bennett is the youngest of five children and is the only living member. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bennett are natives of Jersey county. • The marriage took place at the bride's home in the Bethel vicinity. The Rev. Hoffstetter, pastor of the Bethel Baptist Church, performed the ceremony. They were attended by Miss Frances Lillis and Roy Armstrong who were later married. The couple went to housekeeping on a farm near Shipman, where they resided for a year. Since, they have always resided in the Medora area. Rip Van Winkle Couldn't Sleep with NaggingBackache How ITon«n«etthef«itrellef'»ouae«d from naning backache, headache and nuicularaehcaand pain* that often guu« reitleu night* and miserable tired-out feellnSBi When then discomfort* come on with over-exertion or itrem and •trnia —you want relief-want It fait I Another disturbance may be mild bladder Irritation following wrong food and drink-often letting up a reitlen uncomfortable feeling. Doan'i Pilli work fait in S separate wayi: 1. by ipeedy pain-relieving action to •rue torment of nagging backache, head- achei, muicular achei and palm. 2. by toothing effect on bladder Irritation. 8. by mild diuretic action tending to increase output of the 16 mllei of kidney tubes. Enjoy a good night'* sleep and the acme happy relief million* have for over «0 year*. New. large iiw> aave* money. CetDoan'a Pill* today! Mr. Bennett, a retired farmer served as assistant mail carrier on Route 2 out of Medora for 23 years. He also served on the Medora Grade School board years. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett are both members of Medora Baptist church. Their nine living children are Raymond Bennett and Mrs. Es :her Lorton, Greenfield; Milfon Bennett, Washington, Iowa; Eu gene Bennett, Godfrey; Mrs. Mar vin (Luella) Sarginson, Chester field; Elrey and Melvin Bennett Mrs. T. B. (Velma) Ruyle Sr. and Mrs. Ralph (Lavella) Lowis Medora. Four of their sons have been in service. Their two young est daughters are twins. They have one daughter deceased. They also have 23 grandchil dren and four great grandchi] dren. Mr. Bennett has two sisters Mrs. Homer Sheets of Carroll ton and Mrs. Emmett Todd o Alton, and five brothers, Elme of Hollywood, Calif., Ed of De troit, Mich., Charles of Rood house, and Henry and Verne o Alton. Roady Reunion MEDORA. — Descendants the late Nathaniel and Rebecc Roady held their annual ireunio Sunday at the Onized Clu Grounds in Alton. At a business meeting Dal Holmes of Alton was electe president for the coming year James Mains of Medora, vie president; Mrs. E. L. Kahl of Me dora, secretary-treasurer. Medora residents attendin were Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hun! Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cox and son SHOP BY CATALOGUE... It's Ecuy and Convenient... AlfOB I*MM MIOMHNfl Dial 8-4271 Civic Memorial T To Sponsor Soap Box Derby Kane KANE — The Murry reunion was held Sunday at the Kane lOmecoming grounds. Rev. Darwin Rolens and fanr ly left Monday for a few days isit in Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Ross Crotchett, postmas* e , was taken to Jersey Hospital Sunday after suffering a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Linn en- ertained at a picnic dinner Sunday at their club house honoring flrs. Norman Brooks arid son, Robert, on their birthdays. Mrs. Linn Cochran and 6hildreh of Alton visited Saturday with Mrs. C. E. Hutchens. Mrs. V. 'M. Stowe returned to her home at Collinsville Saturday after spneding n few days with her son, Rev. and Mrs. Stowe. Several from here went to Jerseyville Sunday to attend the wedding of Miss Priscilla Russel of Jerseyville and Dennis Prough of Kane. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rice of Roxana visited Sunday with Mrs Charles Tompkins. Robert Williams and children of Shilo visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Williams. Margaret Ann, Patsy Sue, Karen and Pamela Loeffler of Belleville came Sunday to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Plummer, while their mother un< dergoes surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Surgeon and sons of St. Louis were guests Sunday of Mrs. W. P. Witt. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kahl and family, Henry and Miss Delia Clower, Mr. and Mrs. James Mains and Mrs. Alice Goodwin. Veto Have Fish Fry MEDORA.—The Vets had their annual fish fry Sunday at the home of Melville Shulte at Shipman. The following families were present: Russell Eggers, Quinton Foiles, Donald Johnson, Dan Baker, Lloyd Baker, Floyd Drew Charles Johnson, Dwight Darr Walter Egelhoff, Melville Shultz and Harold Huff. County Meeting MEDORA. — The Macoupin County Council of the American Legion and Auxiliary will mee Wednesday evening, July 23, a 8 p.m. at the Legion Hall. Re freshments and entertainmen will be by the Medora Units. Clean-up Day MEDORA. ing, July 17, Thursday morn has been set as clean-up day at the Legion din ing hall and kitchen. The Auxil iary is accepting applications fo dishwashers at the Medora Bar becue, Aug. 1 and 2. Bethalto FHA Clubs Name Delegates BETHALfO. — ttamona Vogel and M&delyn franklin, junior and reshman at Civic Memorial High School, have been selected to represent the Bethalto Senior and unior Chapters of Future Home' makers of America at the 18th annual State Leadership Conference to be held July 21 through 'uly 25 at East Bay Camp, Lake Moomlngton. v Miss Vogel, vice president of he Senior FHA Club, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vogel, Bethalto. Miss Frank' in is president of the Junior 'HA Club and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter 1. Frankin, Bethalto. The Bethalto girls will be among 500 delegates scheduled to attend the conference. "Have .eaders, Will Progress" is the theme for the five-day meeting ivhich will stress leadership train- ng and local chapter development. Conference leader for the 1958 session will be Hugh E. Muncy, executive vice president of the Educational Division of Illinois Retail Merchants Association, Ihicago. The Future Homemakers of America is a national'or- ganization of high school girls •Jarticipating in homemak- ng courses. The Illinois Associa- ion has a membership of more han 29,600. Car Wash Nets $22 BETHALTO. — The Rainbow Girls netted $22 at the car wash Saturday at the Bethalto Shel Station. Car washers were: June Schmidt, Diane Schoeneweis Shirley and Donna Smith, Jackie Webb, Linda VanMeter. Artischia Snodgrass, Sherry Stanford, Nora and Ruby Kingston, Ellen and Mildred Belangee, Barbara Cooper, Ellen Ellspermann, Judy Landreth, Judy McMonigle and Janet Powell. The next meeting of the order will be held on July 23. New Garbage Truck BETHALTO — A new garbage truck has been purchased for Bethalto according to Mayor Er win Plegge. Plegge said that one truck could not efficiently meet thi presentd emand for service. Thi need became especially notice able during the summer month when garbage pick-ups must b made more often. BOATEL" IS LATEST FOR BOAT-TRAILERS Now Britain has the "boatel" supplement the motel, London re ports. Prefabricated units varying in original cost from $1,250 to $3, 200 are being put up on watersid sites by a firm that has special ized in building prefab schools They will be rented at about HOC a day and will provide accommodation for two adults and two chil dren. Yachtsmen who trail boats behind their cars will be able to park at the boalel and run their craft straight down the slipway into the water. Church Class Elects Officers At Greenfield GREENFIELD — Mrs. Edgar Short has been elected president of the Philathea class of the First Baptist Church ftr 1958-59. Mrs. Paul Overbey Is vice pres. homes of Ortflte wtfi ten, Mrs. Elmer .tackson ajrf Mrs. Vemon Thaxton and tetm* *. Mrs. Eleanore Mitchell spent several days last week ttl the home of her son - in - law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Plumb, in Betteridort, ta. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Witt spent Saturday secretary; and Mrs. Meneley, treasurer. The new officers were installed at the July meeting. Men's Group to Meet GREENFIELD — A regular meeting of the Mc.hofist and Sunday with his brother, S.Sgt. (Witt 81 _ . I Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gustine L-nanes am} her s|s(er Mfjg ^^ Bftf> nett, returried Sunday following a trip to the New England states and a visit with their cousin, Mrs. Cleta Keith, in Boston. They Organization will be held at. 8 p.m. Wednesday in the church social rooms. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD — Mrs. Cleta ter, Mrs. John Reno, and - Mf. Reno of Browning. . • Jack Rexroad of Champaign* Urbana, who will enter the university of Illinois School of Med« vjivi^uim- i r.i-ii./ — ivuo. \^iei» . , ~. . .. . Harr has retired as librarian ofi! cine m cago thi ? MAKING LIKE A BOAT This modern car, shaped like a boat anyway, created a large bow wave as it knifed through waters from rain which collected at Broadway east of Bozza. Some motorists stalled Monday, but others got through.—Photo by Jack Envin. Brighton Khoury Team in Finals BRIGHTON. — The Brighton Jets in the Bantam Division of he Khoury League have been declared the second division representatives in the Bunker Hill Khoury League playoffs. The Bunker Hill "Cardinals" tvill play in the first division. They have one loss and eight vins. The Jets have two losses and seven wins to date in their regular league schedule, with five ;ames remaining to be played. Their regular league game for his week will be with the Shipman team at Brighton Friday night at 6 p.m. Tigers In Play OH BRIGHTON. — The Brighton Tigers, the 7- to 9-yea.r-old group of the Khoury League, defeated Benld Atoms 16 to 8 on the Brighton diamond Monday night in the first play off game in the second division. The winning pitcher was Stan Watts and catcher John Oltman. This battery also put away the Medora team last Saturday by a score of 11 to 8. The Brighton Tigers' next scheduled play off game is with Jerseyville at Jerseyville field. Baby Christened BRIGHTON. — Dale Glen Stiritz, infant son of Pfc. William and Mrs. Stidtz of Alton, was christened Sunday morning at the Brighton Methodist .Church. The Rev. Leo Mabry officiated at the christening. Present at the christening was Harry E. Jones, great-grandfather of the baby, who was celebrating his 70th birthday. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stiritz of Godfrey, the paternal grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. Falcom Foley of Alton, the maternal grandparents. Mrs. Stiritz is the former Miss Zada Foley. Pfc. Stiritz, who is stationed at Dugway, Utah, is home on furlough. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Ray Broyles entertained at: a picnic supper. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fuchs of Farmers- vine, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Luciuf Jones, Brighton; Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, Mr. and Mrs, Marl in Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Jones and family, Mr. and Mrs. KenLawson and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Alt, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Broyles, William Broyles, Miss Sharon Chapman, Mrs. Ruth Reynolds, Mrs. Marie Yost, Mrs. Aileen Chapman, and members of family at christening. Barnett Reunion BRIGHTON. — The William G. Barnett family reunion was held Sunday at the Onized Club Grounds at Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Barnett are deceased but five of their six children are living and were present. They are: Mrs. Minnie Stewart, Mrs. Lula Lee of Brighton; Mrs. Elsie Smith of Murrayville, W. F. Bar- nett of Greenfield, and Mrs. Iva Rives of Oklahoma City, Okla. There were 73 present. Brighton Notes BRIGHTON. — Relatives here have been advised that Lester Beaumont of Covina, Calif., has been hospitalized following a severe heart attack. Mrs. Beaumont is the former Miss Viola Chase, sister of H. C. Chase and Mrs. Emery Kamp, Of Brighton. Postmaster and Mrs. A. A. Moehle spent the weekend in Chicago visiting their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moehle. the public library in Sycamore and has returned to Greenfield. She is residing in her home on S. Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Strode and family have returned home after spending a week with his parents in Cuba, 111. Orville Rigg of Beverly and his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Velde Rigg of Quincy, visited during the weekend in the . been spending several days with hir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rexroad. \ Bologna, Italy, turned exhibitors away from its National Shoe Style Show this year. COLOR FILM PROCESSING Ml US KM HICKS' STUDIO C CAMERA SHOP Mil California Avt. Dial WANT TO IUY A CAR? Si» ui first! "Easy does It" when you fl.iance It here. Choose the repayment plan most convenient to you. MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. 311 Near Broadway Pfcoiw 24214 SAVE FROM YOUR CAR BY... TELEVISION! FASTER RY FAR.. COME AS YOU ARE! THE TV TELLER ... For your convenience the Alton Savings and Loan Association has installed the New "SNORKEL TV TELLER . . The "TV TELLER" will give you faster and more efficient service. We hope you will be pleased with this new advancement in the Savings and Loan Industry. To the man who s&ys?Imfrom Missouri".. Frankly. we don't expert you to take e«r word tor || when wt «»y the Swept<Wing 58 Dodge it unlike any Mr you have tvtr driven. We don't •xpftot you to bflfov* it ridt* •moothcr, corn«ra fetttjir ^ haodlM taiier jmt twwuit wt ny M. You want more tbu eUimi. You want proof, You want 10 be inown, to he convinced. Thel'e why we invite you to come in and iht Wktfl,,. G*t tkf SwtH'Wi*t M. Take • '58 Dodge out on the road and compare it with any other car you neve ever owned or driven. Ii it everythinl we i»y it UP Doea it actually ride •mootherP Corner betterP Handle eeiierP We'll leeve the aniweri up to you. You be the judge. Juit tee and drive and comptre the Swept* Wing 58 Podff. Thit'i ell we iik SWEPT-WINGS8 HOEFERT MOTHERS, INC, Iff I, IrMilvfty, Illn GLOSS MOTOR CO., MO. II I. Ltnu, WM< Mnr Here's How It Works . . . Juit drivt up to the TV TELLER (SEE MAP) and signal the teller by pressing the call button. You may talk to the teller and see him on the TV screen. A small door in the unit controlled by the teller is opened. You put your passbook, etc., into the carrier which is swiftly transported by pneumatic tube to the teller inside the Alton Savings and Loan Ass'n. Office, Your teller receives the passbook . . , makes the entry , , . end returns your passbook the seme way. The overage transaction Is completed in less than 60 seconds. Alton Savings & Loan ASSOCIATION 620 Eflit Third St. ALTON Telephone 2-0066 T

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