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SATURDAY, JUNE 11,1980 ALTON SVENtNO TtUCOflAPH si; VMS TO MI I5\ Pjiltirt.-i Sroll Do you realize that June is one-third gone and before you know it the July 4th country chtb dance will be here? What dress will you wear? Even more important, what will you wear over it? The dress is rarely the problem, but finding the perfect wrap for a summer evening at the last minute isn't always easy. You don't need anything to keep you warm, yet you must wear something over those bare shoulders. It must be a wrap that is perfect for the first dance, yet Just as perfect for the two or three other dances you will attend. It should be something young, exciting, crisp and cool looking, and practical, too! Sound impossible?. Well, it isn't, not if. It's "made of mounds of white organdy A cape, ,1ust above elbow length, is a pjerfect summer evening cover-up and amazingly simple to make. Cut a circle of organdy the depth you desire, and the most flattering length for your size. Finish the edge by turning it under '4 inch then turning it H inch again and edge stitching it. Decide whether you want four ruffles or maybe three, then dptormine how wide each ruffle should bc lo completely cover the underskirt. To this add J /i inch for turning hem edge, and '2 inch for overlap: a total of *i to 1 inch wider than finished width. Strips to be ruffled should be twice the desired finished length for a full ruffle. For a very full ruffled effect, cut strips two and a' half times longer than finished length. Cut strips on the straight grain. Before ruffling, finish bottom edge of each strip. Do this as you did the hem edge of under- skirt by folding under K inch and U inch again and edge stitching. Your finished edge should be no more lhan «* Inch wide. Be sure to keep it even and carefully stitched. The ruffle can bc made by hand or machine. To make by hand, tiny, running stitches are used to gather the material for the desired fullness. When made by machine, the ruffter attachment can be used. The amount, ol fullness is controlled by a special screw or gauge and by the length of the stitch. A small stitch will produce more fullness than a large om 5 . Or, you can make it without the attachment by setting your machine for the longest stitch, making two rows of stilching \4 inch apart and pulling the bottom threads by hand until you have the desired fullness. Use the method you find the easiest. Attach first ruffle at outer edge of cape, as shown. Second row is stitched in line with the first, and so on. Each row should be stitched on so that the bottom edge covers the stitching line of the previous ruffle by '» inch. Bind neck edge with velvet ribbon, leaving the ends of the ribbon long enough to be tied in a bow. Have a ball at the ball! * * * * Miss Scott is happy to help SEAMS TO ME readers with sewing problems, and with questions on wardrobe and fashions. However, because so many are seeking her assistance, Miss Scon asks readers (o please limit their letters to one question. Send your question to Patricia Scott in care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped self-addressed envelope for reply. <c) I960, Field Enterprise!, Inc. News of Churches Warner Bible Class of First Baptist Church will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the church. Philathea Class of the First Methodist Church will have a picnic supper Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Louis W. Bode, 1833 Evergreen Ave. Vacation Bible Church School opens Monday morning at fl o'clock in the Union Baptist Church, and will continue through June 24. Theme will be, "The Church." Enrollment will continue through regular church school and BTU hours. Classes are for beginners, primaries, juniors, junior high, and senior high, and will include handicrafts. The Christian Education Committee will meet in First Presbyterian Church Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock. At 4 o'clock in the afternoon, the church school picnic and children's- day program will he held in the large pavilion in Rock Spring Park. Games will be played from 4 until 5 o'clock; potluck supper will be served from 5 until 6 o'clock; program at 6 o'clock. Daily Vacation Church School begins at First Presbyterian Church Monday for two weeks, with classes each morning frorm 9 until 11:30 o'clock for all children four through 12 years of age. Ladies' Sewing Circle will meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock In First Presbyterian Church. Circle 6 will meet that evening in the home of Mrs. Robert Childers, 527 Lawton St., at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Karl Deterding as co-hostess. The chancel choir and guests will meet Thursday evening at First Presbyterian Church Thursday evening at 7 o'clock for a trip to the St. Louis Municipal Opera. Bride-Elect Honored At Parly in Godfrey Miss Lola Zajacvkowska was honored Thursday evening at a bridal shower given by Mrs. John Beard in the home of her mother, Mrs. George Gerbig on Godfrey road. Thirteen guests attended the party, and presented gifts to the honoree, who will be married this month to William Graham. White wedding bells, streamers and flowers decorated the home, and refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Miss Mary Kathryn Me- Kinney and Miss Evelyn Gerbig. Miss Preis Honored At Bridal Shower Miss Nancy Preis, svho will be married Sunday to Marvin Akers, was honored Thursday afternoon with a surprise bridal shower in the home of her foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H Wagner at 1519 Clawson St. The honoree was presented with miscellaneous household items. Games were played and refreshments were served by the hostess from a table with a bridal centerpiece. Mr*. Jenkin* Honored by Bible Mr*. Leon Jenkins, a teacher in the Adult Bible Class of Twelfth Street Prwhyterlan Church, was honored at a dinner meeting Thursday evening In the home at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose at Clifton Terrace. Members of the class presenter! Mrs. Jenkins with gifts in observance of her 80th birthday, which will be June 18. The honoree became a teacher of the class In 1921, when it was known as the "What-So-Ever Class," has been servinR for 39 years, and is the only member now of the original class. Mrs. Otis Deem was appointed chairman to arrange a date for the class to entertain the women of the Alton Womnn's Home, and Bert Etfeen was asked to make arrangements for a picnic at Marquette Park. The class voted to offer their services to the church In calling on members. Mrs. Deem read a poem. Assisting host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith, Mrs. Deem. Mrs. Betty Hansen and Miss Mildred Scott. U of I Parents 9 Group Plans Public Meeting High school students interested in the University of Illinois, and their parents, are invited to a meeting at 7:30 o'clock June 21 in Stratford Hotel. This is one of 13 meetings to inform students and parents anrl answer their questions which are being held throughout the state by the U. of I. Dads Association with cooperation of the Mothers Association. Henry Derevclis Jr., 14 Briarwood St., Collinsville, who is Madison County co-chairman for the Dads Association, is in charge of the meeting. Everyone in Madison and surrounding counties who is interested is invited to attend. "Student Life", a Dads Association sponsored movie will be shown. Kenneth Schoeck, 1604 Jersey St., Alton, and Barbara Pierce, 3513 Gary Ave., Alton, students in the university, will come from the campus to answer questions at the meeting. Also available to answer questions of those interested in the university will be Gerald W. Peck, coordinating placement officer in the Dean of Students office; Mrs. Clara D. Fay, housing coordinator in the housing division; and Miss Joan Cochran, assistant dean of women. Serving with Derevelis as Madison County co-chairman for the Dads Association is Wilbur R. Trimpe, Bejhalto. Mothers Association chairman for the county is Mrs. Vincent Anderson, 3106 College Ave., Alton. Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Govero, Stanley road, Cottage Hills, a son, 5 pounds, 11 ounces, Tuesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. anrt Mrs, Warren Weg- eftchelde, 516 Easton, a son, Stephen Matthew, 8 pounds, 13 ounces. 8:05 a.m., Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jirnmie Logan, 1037 Union, a daughter, 7 pounds, 5 ounces, il :42 a.m., Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Zollk. 261 Northmoor. East Alton, a daughter, 8 pounds, 5 ounces, (i:29 p.m., Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Christy, 1223 1 - Garden, a daughter, 6 pounds, 9 ounces, 11:42 p.m., Friday, St, Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrt. Louis Hirks. 1205 West, Cottage Hills, a daughter, 7 pounds, 3 ounces, 12:05 p.m., Friday, Wqod River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mm. Hubert Down er, 102 E. Date, Hartford, a son, 8 pounds, 15 ounces, 11:34 p.m., Friday. Wood River Township Hospital. Fashion Facts If you want to wear your wedding dress after the wedding is over, do one of two things. Choose a short dress or pick a long onje and make certain that it can be successfully shortened after the wedding. Upper Alton News Events FUTURE PARKING LOT NOTICE! He made » iMoitl purefaaw 0} 70 pain CSU*' - W**"' WHITE DRESS SHOES With th* MW midwu and U«k bwto. IrreguUr of tl-M to M4tf wrtten. Stee» « to »• WISTCRN SHOK iTOMIS EMI NOTTOLI SUPER MARKIT Highland & Cold Stv CNOICI MEATS AVAIUSLE PEN SUNDAY u M 1 1 2 N (JON This building is being razed to make flll-ln work will begin soon after that, way for a new parking lot for the Col- There are no estimates an to when con* lege Avenue Presbyterian Church. De- struction will be completed and the lot strnctlon of the building will probably will be ready for use. be completed next Wednesday, and I MAN REPORTS MAY PILFKBINO INCIDENT William B. Bryant. 3527 California Aev., reported to police Friday the pilfering of his car in the East Junior parking lot on May 10. The glove compartment of Bryant's car was forced open, and a pair of sunglasses, a flashlight, a small notebook, and a plastic window scraper were taken. Bryant said that because of the minor value of the articles taken, HP had trot bothered to notify the police of the incident, but that his insurance company had now advised him to make such a report. ROBERT KKLLV IS GRADUATED IN N. Y. Mrs. Lydia Kelly and daughter Margaret Ann, 3621 Coronado, and Cologne Hise, of Roberts street, returned Friday evening from Johnson City, N. Y., where they had attended the June 6 gra- ducation of Mrs. Kelly's son, Robert, from Baptist Seminary. Robert will now enter the ministry. The Kelly party went to the graduation by auto. On the way. they stopped in Lorrain, Ohio, to visit the Rev. and Mrs. Howard K. Miller. The Rev. Miller is the former pastor of the Brown street Baptist Church in Alton. The Kelly party also visited Niagara Falls, London, Canada, and Detroit, Mich. Bruce Kelly, a brother of Robert, frees in the Alton area, and applauded thr; selection of Locust trees instead of elms. It was announced that A. ,A. Fosha had received the trophy from the American Rose Society in St. Louis for the "Queen of the Show" at the annual show in St. Louis. This is the fifth consecutive time that Fosha has received this Drivers Use Auto Safety Chuck Lanei Many drlvtw pwwd through tt* «uto ohw* Until to Alton FMdny nlgtrt ftnd today. B*sin- ntrif Friday tverting, ein were Umd up at the mtrtnet for a short <valt as mtchtntot went over the autonratrill, Uwpectlng ten point* where ear failure can to serious. Brake*, lights, horn, wipers, exhaust, tire*, and other spots were given the once-over at the rate of a minute and a hnif per oar. average. More than 100 w»rs were checked at each lane In the three hour* they were open Friday evening, and the rate can Increase as the trouble shooters develop dexterity. One lane is operated tn front of Cast Junior on Washington avenue, one at West Junior on State, and the third la on East Broadway near Cherry stret'l. The lanes will be run again Monday after 3 p.m. / Christian Church Has Fattier, Son Banquet . First Christian Church. 8th jand Eastern streets, held its lather and son banquet Friday evening with a barbecued chicken dinner. Prof. Eugene Iletzel of St. i Louis Christian College was the Thus the Hausmans qualify for [featured speaker. His topic was recognition in both the new and j "Christian Love." line old categories, Cecil Frye gave the Invocation : Another instance is that of! ; >»f' William Roettgers acted as 'Mrs. Phillip Theisen, 803 Col-'mastor of ceremonies. Follow- lege Ave.. bom Oct. 13, 1878,ling the program the 50 persons who became the mother of two daughters, three years apart, on her own birthday. The one daughter. Mrs. Hubert Yoder, other. Mrs. Desmond Ketterer. trophy, which establishes a record (was born onjOct. 13, 1916. The for receiving this award. WILSONS PMN flOLDEX WEDDING CELEBRATION who attended participated in group singing, said Mrs. .1. W. Jordan, publicity chairman. teachers. Shona Perkins and Carol Ann Bailey will assist !wns born on Oct. 13, 1913. i.them. i Too late now for anything: butj The kindergarten department ;an honorable mention-are thosel win bc supervised by Mrs. Pete Mrs. Alneta McCarty of Nashua,! who liar! two members of the! Kanvo ' Teachers are to be Mrs. Mont., has arrived in Alton to as- family born on the same rlnte I Paul Townsley and Mrs. Fran- sist her parents. Mr. and Mrs. They are Mr. and Mrs. La\v- lces Crivello > Assisting them will William Wilson. 810 Maurice St.. rence Price, 3303 Hilicrest Ave.,| be Janpltc Robinson. in trip observance of their golden who had two daughters born j MAN TAKES BOYS' wedding celebration on June 10. The celebration will bc held at the Hilicrest community house. PARKING METER KNOCKED DOWN Police reported at 7 p.m. Friday that a parking meter had been knocked off its base in the 1700 block of Bozza. Officers removed the broken meter. It is believed lhat the meter was koncked down when an auto backed into it. REPORTS ROCKS THROWN THROUGH SCREEN DOOR one year apart on Jan. 19' in i J194G and 1947. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Currins Jr.. 1016 Marie' Poljce officers Friday answer- St.. two sons born on Feb. 25;^ a complaint that a man had in 1948 and 1959. ! refused to i-eturn a ball to a group of boys who had hit it into his yard. According to police, the boys i BAPTIST CHURCH .SCHOOL WILL OPEN ON JUNE 13 Vacation church school of the Alton First Baptist Church at College avenue and Johnson street will open June 13. It will run for two weeks, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.. and 'will close on June 24 with a j picnic. 1 The closing program will be Mrs. Albert Galligan, 3310 j Mayfield, reported to police that during the night Friday someone (at 7 p.m. on June 26. had thrown rocks through her The director of the school will be Mrs. H. L. Poehler. Assistants will be Mrs. Ada Ziebold front screen door. jand Mrs. Ivan Campbell. Music , director will be Mrs. Clark Judd is now entering his fourth year at | Upon Investigation, police said > anc j Mrs O ren Anderson, the Baptist Bible Seminary. ;that the rocks apparently hadj -been thrown through the ! were playing in an empty lot at Sanford and Sering streets when they hit the ball into a nearby yard. The man into whose yard the ball had been hit refused to return it to the boys. Police said that they had talked to the man, and that he said he had burned the ball. PEDESTRIAN STRUCK BY CAR ON BROADWAY Jack Mathes, 7574 Buckingham Rd., Clayton, was struck by an auto driven by Edward 41 TON GARDKV M I'H »„ «^™« HOLDS MELTING ley. James Mawdsley. president of the club, introduced the speaker. Webb, 2759 Grandview, on Mrs. Gordon Haxel and Mrs., Broadway near Don-is at 1:35 a. .... A. Thompson will he i n; m. today, police reported. from the tires of « passing auto-j charge of handi{ , ra f t . Thc Jnn . According to police, Malhes mobile, and that the damaged|, OJ . niRn department superln-'had stepped from the curb into The Alton Garden Club metjscreen was not the work of van- tenf j en t w i)j be Mrs. Ray Wil- 'the roadway and had stopped to Thursday at the home of Mr. i dais. iliams. She will be assisted by! light a cigarette when he was and Mrs. A. A. Fosha, 3725 Berk -i THREE B ORX ON SAME ;Bett V a nd P fltt y Rogers. Music struck by the Webb auto. la vnw mrnnnn ! directors will be Claudia Croft i Mathes was given emergency 18 MOW K *' WKU , and Linda Rfngerine i treatment at St. Joseph's Hos- Now the price of fame has; Superintendenr of ' the junior |pital- North Junior High Honor Roll Students Listed GODFREY -~ One hundred and thirty-five students were listed on the honor roll for the last period at North Junior High. Loyd Carson, principal, announced. Students cited were: Seventh Grade High honor: Gretchen Grand* field. Janet Hicks, Brenda tier, and Sonla Waller. Honor: Jane Adair. Vicky Adams, Brenda Auer, James Bailey. Barbara Blair. Greta Cline, Marilyn Collins, James Crader. Connie Cronk, Carolyn Dare. Dale Dietel, George Dlx- on, Steve Dolan, Karla Fiedler. Judy Gadel. Gary Goehl. Joyce Graham. Mffrjr Hartiillon. Tom Hand and John Hessel. Also: Wilbur Hughes. Vicky Johrt«. Nancy Kruekeberg. Spencer Lewis, Patricia Long, Mary McCubbin, Gail Michelsen, Donald Miller, Donna Miller. Rodger Miller. David Mitchell, Sandra Mueller. David Oliver. Sharon Shandrow, Sharon Schuch- arrit. Glenna Searles, Ronald Severe, .Steven Shoberg, Linda Springer. Lynn Vamer. Donna Voumard, and Andrew Wilks. Eighth Grade High Honor: Bonita Allgeyer. Gail Bryden, Sharon Chamberlain, Eileen Freeman, Kathleen O'Donnell, Gall Schneider, David Webb. Susan Wills and Richard Woodward. Honor: Donald B a c h m a n . Dara Lynne Baker. Mary Barsey. Danny Bell, Sharon Calame, Richard Conway. Carolyn Craig, Sharon Dale, Robert Flemming. Margaret G-reelins?, Barry G u r g a n u s , Gregory Hacke. Elizabeth Hamer. Barbara Harrison. Ruth Heater. Thomas Hines. Karen Howland, Chester Jenkins. Sheryl Johnson, Stephen Kovic, Judith Lagemann, and Gaye Leadioker. Also: Mary Ellen Lewis, Randy Lewis, JoAnn Lofts. Stephen Marsh. Stephen Mathis, Linda Maxeiner, Wesley Miller. Russell Ortman, Beverly Patchet. Phyllis Paul, Janice Pivoda, Thomas Renkin. Richard Ruyls, Marilyn Sass. Kathleen Sawyer, Ann Skinner, Betty Starkweather, Betty Stiritz, Lois Strohbeck. Russell Surveyer, Gary Thompson, Sandra Wlllings and Linda Withers. Ninth Grade High Honor: Dennis Brandt, Larry Cooke. Jeff Gaylord. Jan Gosling. P a m Grosenheider, Carol Miller, Bonnie Powers. Susan Webb. Mike Wyatt, anrl William Woodward. Honor: Sherry Adair, Sandra CaiWp, Kay Courier, John Davis, Linda Davis, Michael Hacke, Don Hale, Nancy Hunt, Betty Johnson, Sandra Krotz, Gregory Lafakis and Sue McClintick. Also: Winnie Marsh, Helen Jo Martin, Judy Miller, Karen IVlus- grave, Sharon Orrill, Mary Ann Robley. Carolyn Seller, Jov A&rjtt Fiir %'eJMbM NnRBBt the Ai'uuti nfjpi Mfww band tti . tKIBt •vl IH . . 4^4 ^^^ M|^^ ntt, fflon man to o. W. Patrick, t of tht bud Wgh , schools with some 2,809 young pur- in the contwl tinfoil Bip» its five'day climiMttOrtt on MBnday, Aug. 16. Staff Ffcfr data are Aug. 12 throuffl fl. Normal Commwiftyimh whooi of Normal anfl ship high school bands to tnto has 90 musicians* 'Schools repres«8»d fWJff in size from htdre mnypmwuul students to those 1*ra>pi» than 135. Appropriat* are established Kfr poses. Each band is Judged ffl _.._. minute concert. White music is the principal subject Of Judging, the bands are ajso scored OR appearance, audience interttt and discipline. Bands ore rated in one of three- groups: superior, average, undeveloped. Gov. William O. Stratum will present a special trophy to the grand prize winners of th« contest, tn addition, governor's awards will be presented to winners in each classification. Deadline for high school band entries is July 20. Bands that have already signed up for the State Fair* contest include Alton Senior High School with 75 musicians. Jobs Open at • Cottage Hills Office COTTAGE HILLS-Postmaster Charles A. Ray announced today that applications will be accepted until Aug. 1. 1960, for the examination for clerk and carrier positions in the Cottage Hills Post Office. Applications will be accepted without residence requirement, however, bonafide patrons of the office will be given priority in certification. The mini- mu*m age is 18 years. There is no maximum age limit! The starting rate of pay Is $2 per hour with annual increases up to $2,42 per hour. A written test is required to determine eligibility for these positions. Applications must be filed with the executive secretary, Board of United States Civil Service Examiners, post Office Department, Springfield. Further information and application forms may be obtained at Cottage Hills Post Office. Motor FueJ Taxes Allotted to Cities Illinois municipalities have been allotted 54.148,276 as their share of motor fuel tax paid talo Fred Clawson. Clawson spoke on insects and their control. The club members discussed the current plans for the planting of gone up again. It isn't even unusual any more if someone department will be Mrs. R°Serj DO< -, McBrien. Teachers will be Mrs. McKinley School GraduatesEntertained Thomas Ackman entertained 40 graduates of McKinley School with a "Bermuda Bop" party on the patio at the home- of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Ackman, 6 Holly Hills. All guests wore Bermuda shorts. A buffet supper was served at tables lighted by candles, and the young people played games and danced. has two people in his family Te(J p Mrg , Gaff . JMIO1AN born on the same date, because Mrs R Qs and; Earl Bailey a mailinun , who two area families have come ^ Eleanor Johnson. * Jives a. 271.0 Saiu. reported to- up with three in then- ,mme- department sup-j day to police that he had been diate famine* born on the 'a™^^ ^ £ ^ MUt £| b , tten by a dog whlle delivering ' Hildebrand. Mrs. Henry Gaff-j mail on l^th street. Mrs. James Riley, Mrs.j Police reported that the ani- ' mal had been placed under observation. mard. Scheurer. Sharon Sorbic. Cheryl the state treasury during May, Spoonor. Dawn Waidmann. Rob-j the Illinois Department of Fl- ort Wehrman. and Dennis Vou-| nance reported to Gov. William IG. Stratton today, i Allotments to various municipalities include: Alton, $21,093; Edwardsville, $4,702; Jearsey- {ville. $3,576; Madison, $4.118; jand Wood River, $5,671. Mrs. Corrington to Be Buried in Carrollton farnily born on the same date.!^" 8 ™ 8 ' Miss Ruth Lahr His mother, Mrs. Mae Haus-; and Bermece Ringerirtg will be man, was born on Aug. 22, 1881!., Giester himself was born on Aug. 22, 1916. The third birth j was that of a brother on Aug.. 22, 1920. The Hausman family! has another unusual feature. Two other brothers. Walter and 1 Maurice Hausman, were born 1 un tho same date, Feb. 13. Official Entry Blank Xarpet-Xe/i th811 3-STEP OHE-OAY OARPET CLEANING *• pit* PHONE carp** «• soil . . color FNiE ESTIMATE SUPERIOR CARPET CLEANERS 1138 MAIN St. UMfl ALTON NO 5*1141 "My Pop's Tops" Contest Father's Day is Sunday, June 19 ENTER NOW! Win Wonderful Prize* For Your Pop Plus $2$ Savings lend for You. Contest Rules: Emrl«« mu»t b« 200 word* or lets. Entranti of any •gc are eligible. Attach your entry t«curo- ly to the coupon below. Mat) «o "My Pop 1 * Top*" Contest Downtown Bud- neas Men's Association, Post Office Box 208. Alton. III. I he deadline Is Mldnignt Wed . June 15 1B60. 3. Letters will not be judged on literary style or excellence but strictly on the qualifications of the candidates as outlined in the letter. Judges' decisions will be final. No entry or material will be returned. 6. No employes of Downtown Business Men's Association storeb or members of their Immediate families are eligible A'HACH THIS COUPON SECURELY (O YOUR Lfc I fER MY POP'S TOPS CONTEST Downtown Iwlnou Mon'» A»soclation, •ox 2? I Alton, III. Namo Add/tu City ... CARROLLTON-Mrs. Wiliiarnj J. Corrington who died earlier j tliis week in St. Louis, will be buried here at the City Cemetery at 11 a.m. Monday following funeral services at the Drehman-Harrol Funeral Home ih St. Louis. l.HI US LIGHTEN YOUR LOAD SEND US YOUR DRAPES and SLIPCOYIUS FOR SANITONE . PRY CUANINft • Milton CtaMi? 1128 Milton Rd. Pbone HO l-WSI This Week End . . . GO SEE CLINT WALKER of Alton Polltt Youth Camp lontf It HORSE SHOW Saturday and Sunday PUBLIC SCHOOL STADIUM Ue»t Jr. High School. State (Street, Alton, lUlnott 7 P.M. Alton AJMniertoa City SPEEDBOAT RACES AT CUFTON TfcKRACfc SINIMV, JUM5 18lli, 1 P.M. HAVE YOUR CAMERA CHECKED TAKE PLENTY OF FILM BRING YOUR FILM TO US FOR PROCESSING! FOR CAMERAS & FILM- Sterner •< ey tb* Dewaitwa IviiMt* Mon'i

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