Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 10, 1960 · Page 5
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June 10, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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FRIDAY, JUNK 10, 19GO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD.-Mrs. EuJa Ornellas, Chesterfield postmaster, la on a two weeks vacation. Mrs. Ralph Birr Is assisting In the post office. Clarence Duckels of the Joiner Nursing Home, Carllnvllle. visited here last week with relatives. Harold Wallner. who has been a medical patient at Car- llnvllle Area Hospital, was reported to be improved Wednes- BRANDENBERGER Buys: • Old Gold • Diamonds • Dental Gold • Jewelry • Antiques >15 PtASA ST. ALTON Wabash Cites Costs Of Midnight Trains DECATUR. ffl. (AP> — The Wabash Railroad says it spent SI .30 for every dollar of revenue It realized from operation of its two "midnights" between Chicago day. Mrs. Frank Bode and children and Mrs. Wendell Bode and children of Alton were Chesterfield visitors Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. William Thornton, missionaries from Japan, have been guests several days this week of Rev. and Mrs. Rodney Ruberg and family. Sharon Johnson of Plalnvlew Is visiting here with her cousin, Carol Ann Dams, and attending Bible school. |and St. Louis. i A Wabash spokesman also toM Ian Illinois Commerce Commission i examiner Thursday that the railroad ran all its trains 172,000 miles lens last year than In 1968,! 'further cutting Its over-all rev-, emir. ', The railroad is seeking to discontinue the two Chicago-St. Louts trains. Officials of Decatur, Tay- lorvtlle, Litchfleld and Forrest are objecting to possible curtail- |ment in service. i The objectors contend elimina- ition of the trains would threaten 'economic growth and hamper ;mail delivery. > Only woman ever to die on i Vermont's gallows for murder I was a Mrs. Meaker, who was executed in 1880 for poisoning her granddaughter. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" DRIVE A BIG BARGAIN Churches to Make Appeals \ For Chileans \ Churches of Alton. Wood Rlv jer, East Alton. Roxana and I Rosewood Heights will make ! special appeals Sunday for the j disaster victims of Chile, Alton- I Wood River Red Cross chapter I announced today. !• Contributions for the people iof Chile continue to arrive al thf local Red Cross office and now amount to almost $900. In addition to the collection of funds, the Red Cross has been asked to provide women's shawls or stoics and men's and I children's sweaters, i The Red Cross announced also: ; ' "It Is desired that these be: available for shipment to Chile ! by July 1. Anyone having either i shawls or sweaters to contribute iis requested to deliver them to ithe Red Cross office. 810 Main 1st., in Alton or call the office." Forest Homes Mission Schedules Program FOREST HOMB8 - A BWf tomime. "The Great Judgiflfnt Morning", will be a highlight of the final program of the youth revival end vacation Bible school at the Forest Mlnton Assembly of Qod Church Saturday at ? p.m. Evangelist of the youth revival, held in conjunction nightly with the vacation school, is Bet ty Vtolette of Laurel, Mlsa., and her co-worker is Joann McOulre of East Alton. Approximately 95 students are enrolled In the school. Rev. Louie Estes said the public Is Invited to the cloning program. TeTegraph""WanTAdT "CLICK" flu ftaminB (lirtiii flt Ifcty* Ion •** flN MSBHH of wV'MVpn wdr den ol flie WOMB **• «fc-. fcMiffc ^> WQv Bum 17 about 9N) B.C. Rat* Teletraph Want Aft t>tfl> Telegraph Want Adi "GLKK" SCREEN iiocni 4* Yin* antf PatH Fwftt Oirptrt* RMM DlfHirc PAVIIH CONOrtlTIWKt, 041 St. toot* Ave^ Kant Alton—CL 4»«8M CONCRETE FOR ONE, PAINT FOR OTHER Parking deck for Flamingo Motel at the rear of the building is being concreted. The new rooms which have been added can be seen at the right end. Painting of the bridge piers is the last of the improvement job started last year.—Staff Photo. Moro MORO — Gerald Hitns. son of Mr. and Mrs. Curian Hans, was 1 honored with a party on his ninth; birthday Tuesday at the home of his parents. Nine boys in his class Ht school and his two grandmothers. \vrrr present. They were Randy Mrs. Weller Heads Kane Auxiliary •| John and Janet of St. Louis, were i dinner guests Tuesday of Mrs. JGoldie Hunnicutt. Son Born to Couple JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wadlow of Jerseyville arc the parents of a son born Tuesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weigher t pound 4Mi ounces. He is a grandson of Mrs. Leslie Spangle of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Otho Wadlow of Nutwood. Other children are Clayton 18. Sharon 15 and Stanley 9. KANE - Mrs. Ed Weller was Lo*rer-€ha»-«*er prices... Earner-than-ever terms... Better-then* trade*...Immediate delivery on all models, all colon. Here are three big reason* why VALIANT k King of the Compacts: T) Valiant topped Falcon and Corvair in the Mobilgas Economy Run; 2) Valiant took tb* first seven place* in the Daytona Trials; 3) Valiant offers at no extra cost 101 h.fk. inclined engine, alternator electrical system, dual headlamps, electric wipers, Tonioo-Aire Ride, mined body, automatic choke and safety rim wheels. NO W drive a BIG bargain ... see the man who sells Stuart Motors, Inc. Roberts Motors, Inc. Rathgeb Brothers UNEXPECTED VISITOR STERLING, Colo. If — Frank Richards of Grants. N.M., a giadnate of Sterling High Srhool. created quite, a stir when he revisited Sterling recently. Green. MikrWood. Raymond Hunt, .elected president of the American, Seems tnal when tne c | ass o , i Scott Aljets. Marvin and Russell! Legion Auxiliary Tuesday evening] 19;M ndd fl ,. otmton lwo years j Stamm. Gary Tic.henal. Danny i a( her home. i ago Rj c | lal .d s was listed as dc- Behnen. and Bill Zinchglad. Mrs.: Other officers named were: Mrs.; ceased Rudolph Hans, and Mrs. J. L.|Joe Zicgler. vice president: Mrs.' .._.-.. ..- Bra-tier Gamps were played and i Prank Cummings, secretary; Mrs. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Gerald's mother, assisted by the! Fain, Murry. treasurer; Mrs. Eve- .-~ ------ -• ^j^ 5a7Iy Rrandmothcrs, Mrs. Hans and Mrs. retl 1 urncr. sergeant at arms; and __ b _J; __ '__ Bra/ier. served refreshments. ! Mi's- Everett Ferguson, historian Mrs. Maurice Dorsey and hei .j Mrs. Harold Bean was cro-hoste hh Sunday School class went on their j Church Notes annual outing to the Highlands and j KANE — The Rev. Donald Duthe Zoo in SI. Louis Wednesday. I Rail will preach Sunday at the Nineteen were in the group. Mrs.! Methodist Church at 10:35 a.m. I Oscar Hurst and Mrs. Lyle Land- 1 At the Baptist Church Rev. H. retli assisted in transportation. L. Potter will speak at .10:15 Com. munion service will be held. ; Of the two Canadian houses of j chuivh gt . hoo , a , fhp Chu ,. ch parliament, the House of Com-| o[ Chl . jst wjl , b(J , )t 1Q am and morning worship at 10:30. Kane Notes KANE — Mrs. Walter Stevens Open Monday, Friday Till e P.M. Men'* anil Boys' RIBBED OXFORDS Long Wearing fiifthlnncfl WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-o« K. Broadway A Super Buy! . . REDUCED from REGULAR limited time mons exercices the greatest! power. I 316 E. Ferguson Wood River, III. 200 W. Ferguson, Wood River, III. 501 Market St., Brighton, III. First U.S. gas company was; organized in 1816 by portrait i nas artist Rembrandt Peale and four associates in Baltimore, Special Sale For Father's Day returned home from Boyd (SUNDAY, JUNE 19) COLORFUL . . COMFORTABLE . . BABCOCK-PHILLIPS HASSOCK 4 ,. Our coJlecfion of hassocks belong in the fines/ homes, traditional or modern. Their tine coverings and designs, in colors as mellow as tine wines, as fresh as springtime, as vivid as a Mexican tiesta, speak a language all their own. Memorial Hospital where she had been a surgical patient. Rev. H. L. Potter has returned home from Rochester. N.Y.. where lie attended the annual Baptist convention. Mrs. Charles Brueggeman returned home Thursday from Staten i Island. N.Y.. where she visited the past 10 days with her sister, Mrs. Rose Leticli. Mrs. Nancy Silkvvood. Mrs. Nettie Stoeslcr, Mrs. Ted Silkwood, (Mrs. John Linhorst and children, Best Wishes On Your Opening RAIN'S FOOD MART 222 E. Elm St.—Alton We are proud to have been selected to furnish your new store with AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT YAEGER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 2406 Bellt St. Alton * fi 9 WE WELCOME YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT 4th AND PIAftA STREETS, ALTON DON'T GET IN THE NEXT HEAT WAVEJ „* 2 HP COOLING YORK ROOM! 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