Section 2 Pages 13*22 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Ctmtifirt Eitabllshed January 15, 1838 ALWN, ILL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18,1958. Se Per Copy Member of Thi Aweetoted Pnei Brighton Church Group Has Picnic BRIGHTON - Approximately 9S iMmten of the Stttor Westminster Youth f^Mawhl* of the Prttbyterian Church attended a picnic nieettnf Sunday evening at Brighton Park. Report* by members who at» tended • conference at Blackburn'Plans _ ttt JuTW wW Man those who made reports- wWN Carol and Sharon Rothe, SueAtii Anders, Befla Newbetry, Jud Obetlander, Leona «o«rs, Da* id Schmoeller and Charles New berry. At a business meeting followin the regular session plans wen made to attend a retreat to to sponsored by the youth of Brlgh on Evangelical Church Sunday Aug. 3, at Blackburn College were also discussed for DON'T IUY AWNINGS UNTIL YOU CHICK WITH CAMPBELL Maaafcrctartf of Qnalitf Awniagi lot 33 T«wi. 100 Cffrtrri Ave. HMM Mill AINU patty hi tf» near ftr- and lot an outing at St. Louis on Aug. 23, Chaperones at the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Warner, Mr. and Mrs, Malcolm Anders and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Schmoeller. Members of the Junior Fellowship attending as guests were Judy Beuttel, Tommy Schmoeller and Janet Warner. Past MttMe Grand Club BRIGHTON - Mrs. Ruth Hermes and Mrs. William D. Bates will comprise the serving committee at the Friday 7:30 p.m. meeting of the Past Noble Grand Club of the Rebekah Lodge. The meeting will be held in the I.6.O.F. Hall. Cod Comfort For Burning Feet Two-Hour Tribute Bumptious Bird Blows Fuse, Darkens Brighton By CABS LKIOMTf BRIGHTON - Tuesday at a.m. mighty nature used a feeble sparrow to demonstrate the puniness of the works of man. The sparrow sat on a damp wire. A loud report followed, signifying the blowing of a fuse in a transformer which supplies power to the business district and part of the residential section. Poor bird, alas, nevermore to chirp! Down it fell, in front of the Brighton Bank, where silent adding machines, bereft of elec ty, paid tribute to its death, frigeratorst charged with .the solemn job of keeping meat and ice oream at the ready, contributed to the funereal occasion by ceas- ing to freeze. Everything, from 10 the elevator to gasoline pumps, stood stark and darkening. Generals receive their moments of silence, but this spatzie enjoyed two hours of respectful observance of its passing. The body was picked up by representatives of Illinois Power Co who came from Gillespie to re* place the fuse. Visit Funeral Home BRIGHTON — Members of the Rebekah Lodge called at Morrow trici. Qulnn Funeral Home in Alton Re . Tuesday evening to pay respec to the memory of Howard: Bar tow. Bartow's sister, Miss Nora Bartow, who had been caring' for her brother during his illness, is a member of the Brighton Rebe- kahs. Wlkhlrt Vllk«a, l«t Alton Barleffs Qualify Men's Wear 2ND BIG WEEK -GREATER REDUCTIONS!! ANNUAL JULY SALE Nationally Advertised, Style and Quality Men's Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes... A Great Selection at Great Savings. MEN'S SUITS SUMMER WEIGHT $70 to $7S VdMM .......... ....NOW SUCKS SJA50 |M to I4S Ve*ws. NOW IMtofBIVahM...... ........ NOW flf.f I to $41 Vetoes ............ NOW $ 7i COOL SUMMER WEIGHT Mostly Wash and Wear $12.tS Voluos ,.... .--NOW JlO.nVohm. ... NOW St.tl Values......................NOW ' . . V :• • -'••'• -"-1 $7.N Vdues .« :.«.. .NOW ... > : « S*.50Yol«es... .NOW Cuff Altorariom Mil. $50 WHITE MVt M UVa. Html 3t-U $O69 O ™ Vetoes to S.9S STRAW HATS PRICE SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS $1 99 1 Values to S.9S Florsheim Shoes Winthrop Shoes DONT MISS THESE GREAT VALUES •«f«lsv lit I to 14.fI VolM 14 90 SANDALS Rcajitar 12.9S !• 14.91 V«!IM WINTHROPS I 8ROUP - WALKING SHORTS, Vitas* to 7,95 , . I IMMIP - SWIM TRUNKS, ViliM to 5,96 BOYS' DEPARTMENT GOOD SCHOOL SLACKS, V.kiw te SS.9S . . . W.9f COOL WALKING SHORTS, V*Juet te SMS . . . St.ff IVY LEAGUE CAW, Vetoes to $2.49 ft* Greater Altoo'i QuaWy Sterei ler Mei and leyi MM-We*k Service BRIGHTON—Mid-week service IIof the Brighton Baptist Mission will be held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. William || Bates on Main Street, Auxiliary Meeting BRIGHTON — The Girls' Aux iliary of the Brighton Baptist Mis sion will meet all day Thursday at Landon's Lake. The group wil make a study of their manuals under the direction of Mrs. Alta Phillips. Birthday Outing BRIGHTON — A birthday pic ic honoring-Jackie Howard, 17 I Mrs. Gwyn Roberts was heh Sunday at Landon's Lake. Guests attending were: Mrs. Roberts daughter, Gwennie; Mr. and Mrs Clarence Walihan of Galesburg Mr. and Mrs. Ward Howard and son, Miss Carol Arras and Floy- Schmidt, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs William Imel and sons, Veneta Park, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Smock, Miss Barbara Bel am men, Miss Joyce Stockton, Alton Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Spencer Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Spencer an Mrs. Cora Perkins, Greenfield Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Baker am family, Mr. and Mrs. John Brain ley and family, Mr. and Mrs Gary Howard, and Jackie's moth er, Mrs. Rosalie Howard, Bright on. Music Program BRIGHTON — Guests at th Sheltered Care Home for th Aged at Strack and Randa Streets were entertained Monda evening with a muslcale featu ing the Rev. Dorsey Hill an Mrs. Hill. The Rev. Hill is paste of the Healing Water Temple a Jerseyville. He and Mrs. Hill pe form on the guitar and othe stringed instruments. Brighton Notes BRIGHTON — Miss Carol A ras of St. Louis was a weeken guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gary How ard. Mrs. Cora Perkins of Green field and Mrs, Gwyn Roberts an daughter,. Gwennie, of Culver C ty, Calif., spent the weekend wit the John Bramley family. Mn Roberts is a niece of Mrs. Rosa lie Howard. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs John Ash Monday evening were Mrs. John Law of Rocky Fon Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Larche Heal of Bunker Hill. Stephen Michael, 19, and Vikk Ann, 8, children of Mr. and Mrs Sam Cordio of Peoria are visitin their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Earl Post. Other recent guests at the Post Home were Mr. an Mrs. Richard E. Post and daugh ter, Debra, of Wood River. Terns, small sea birds resemb ing a tiny seagull, have a unique but effective way, of courting/ Th girl friend nestles quietly, and th male brings her food. Marks Heads C of C Drive At County Seat fiDWARDSVILLE - L e * 1 e y Marks of Edwardsville was amed to head the 1958-59 Ed- ardsvllle-Glen Carbon Community Che.it drive at a meeting Monday night of officers and di- ectors of the local Community :hest held in the offices of the Sdwardsville Savings & Loan As- ociation. Marks will replace Sol flack who headed last year's rive. A figure of $16,400 was set for lie coming campaign which will ttobably begin in October. The ixact date will be set later by darks. An audit report, prepared by teid G. Boyle, and the presentation of a budget committee report by Leo W. Dustmann were pproved at the meeting. Special solicitation committees or residential, rural and bust- ess areas will be named at a ater date by Marks. Official leadquarters for the drive will .gain be the office of the Ed- vardsville Chamber of Commerce. Hospital Note* EDWARDSVILLE—Three area resident* were admitted Tuesday St. Joseph's Hospital, High- and, one patient was discharged and two births were recorded his morning. Born to Mr. and Mrc. Edward Force,' 717 Bolman, was a ton at 12:30 a.m. today weighing six pounds, 12 ounces. Mrs. Force is he former Dovie Matlock. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Udell Jason, 319 Fine St., was a son, at 3:35 a.m. today, weighing six wunds two ounces. The mother s the former Ethel Moore. Admitted were: Miss Luella JIume, 647 Archer; Mrs. Meta Doerper, 303 Douglas; Mrs. Margaret Schlemer, 707 Sherman. Irwin Jaegel, 434 West Union, was discharged. Fire Auxiliary Officers Named At Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILLS — Mrs. Jack Stanford was elected president of the Cottage Hills Firemen's Auxiliary at a meeting Monday night in the fire house. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Norman Shewmaker, vice president; Mrs. Dorothy Snod grass, secretary; and Mrs. Leonard Lachmit, treasurer. At the meeting Mrs. Melvln Roach was appointed chairman of the women's committee which will furnish aid for the fish fry to be held Aug. 1 at Bram's Root Beer Stand by the Cottage Hills Firemen. After the meeting games were played and refreshments were served at a social hour. Hostesses were Mrs. Leonard Lachnit and Mrs. J. B. Watkins. CLOSEOUT! LAWN FENCING Austria, Featuring American Works NEW YORK JP — Austria is going to be a branch of Broadway during the 1958-'59 theatrical season, reports the trade magazine Variety. Nineteen works by American authors are being scheduled for multi-theatre presentations. Eu gene O'Neill leads the list with three plays, and Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams are to be represented by two each. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily ANNUAL FESTIVAL JULY 18 -19 - 20 FREE WRESTLim EACH NMHT FISH DINNERS AH You CM brt Start Swill feOO P. M. Friday WIOKEN Ht HAM PUTES Start Swvlif UN P. 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