Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 13, 1960
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MONDAY, JUNE 13,1 WO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Pike, Macoupin Officials Quiz Trio at Jersey JERSEYV1LLE - Officers from Pike and Macoupin County were here last week to question three suspects being held in the Jersey county Jail regarding recent offenses committed in their areas. Pike officials quizzed Fred E. Dick, James Elledge and Vernon Pyatt regarding the passing of a US check at Pittsfleld following the escape of Dick and Elledge Memorial Day. According to Sheriff Perdun, Pyatt admitting writing the check on the Bank of Calhoun County the check being made payable to a well - known recording singer. James Elledge posed as the singer and cashed t h e check at the Ptttsfleld business place. Macoupin officers came to Jerseyville Friday afternoon and quizzed the three subjects. Pyatt is being held on three charges, two for aiding prisoners to escape from the county jail and the other of accessory after the fact of burglary and larceny. Dick is charged with burglary and larceny as a result of a break-in at the Fieldori Telephone Co. the night of May 19 and with jail escape. Elledge, who was under sentence to Vandalia at time of his escape, is charged with jail escape from the county jail here. The three defendants were mugged and finger printed here Saturday morning by Chief H. H. Blackorby Jr. for local files and FBI requirements. Receive Treatment JERSEYVILLE — Ross Breitweiser, 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Breitweiser of Jerseyville, fractured his left LINED UP FOR INSPECTION Cars began lining up at the safety and auto-mechanic* were on hand to lanes before they opened Saturday, and give a swift check-up to can as they this scene at the Broadway installation came through the lane.—Staff Photo, was typical. Road Knights, and tire- wrist in an accident at his home Saturday. The little boy stum bled over a harrow on his father's farm, striking his head and arm on the machinery. He was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital, treated and dismissed. Mrs. Ronald Reveal of Jersey ville caught her left thumb in the car door as she was alighting from the vehicle about 11:30 a.m. Saturday. The thumb nail was badly bruised and Mrs. Reveal was treated at the Community Hospital and released. David Hefner, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Eugene Hefner, of Jerseyville was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital early Saturday morning for a laceration of the left side of the Jersey jnatoes SALESMAN-MANAGER We Offer: •i Affiliation with leading Music Company in the St. Louis area. Membership in Company sponsored insurance, health and retirement plans. Payment on •alary-commission basis. A vehicle for transportation and as a selling aid. Training program and the best selling aids in the music Industry. An opportunity to step into an established organization to sell one of the country's best products to the country's nicest people. We Want: A man with a proven sales background, capable of management and of working compatibly with other personnel. A man who is physically fit between ages 28 and 48. A creative minded salesman who is aware of values In concerted promotion planning. At least a high school education, with some knowledge of music—but let us be the Judge ae this Is not of great importance. Many good talesmen in the Industry play no musical Instrument. AEOLIAN COMPANY OF MISSOURI Call HOward 2-M12 between 12 noon and 9 P.M. for appointment. , head incurred in an automobile accident. He was passenger in a car driven by J. D. Grabbe when the car went out of control and ran into a ditch near Godfrey. Following treatment the patient was dismissed. First Ripe Tomatoes JERSEYVILLE—Mrs. Wllma Beach of 182 Barr Ave., member of the faculty of the Jerseyville East Elementary School, has probably set a record as a gardener, for early home grown to- for 1960. She picked three ripened tomatoes from the garden back of her home on June 8. The plants ar the "Big Boy" variety and were set out on April 14. Visiting Here JERSEYVILLE — Art H. Schlotzhauer of Prescott, Ariz., former Jerseyville business man arrived Thursday evening to spend two weeks here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Reddish and with other friends here. He will also visit with his brother and sister and families in Boon ville, Mo. Plan Friends Night JERSEYVILLE — The Jerseyville Chapter Order of Eastern Star will observe "Friends' Night" June 21. All of the stations will be filled by members of other Star Chapters and guests from other chapters will be invited. Leave For Homes JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Tallulah Laclede of Dallas, Tex., and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. David L. Robinson and children, Lisa Ann and Kyle Allen of Bossier City,,La., left today for their homes after being guests since Tuesday of Mrs. Laclede's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Draper, and her sister, Miss Utha Draper in Jerseyville. Bethel BYF Has Social Outing MEDORA—The Senior BYF of Bethel Baptist Church had a hayride Friday evening. Floyd Frost drove the tractor and the Rev. Everett Chambers chaperoned the group. The young people returned to the church lawn, where they had a wiener roast. Mrs. Floyd Frost and Mrs. L. O. Johnson were in charge there. Cottage Hills Chief To Attend School COTTAGE HILLS—Fire Chief Bill Bryant will attend the 36th annual fire college sponsored by the University of Illinois begin ning June 13 and continuing through June 16. Bryant will attend class sessions on rural fire fighting. Accompanying the fire chief to Champaign are fire captain Harold Large, Fire Chief Charles Klagus of the Alton State Hospital and Maurice Sheff of the Meadowbrook Volunteer Fire Department. Later this month Bryant will hold class sessions on fire fighting for volunteers in the Cottage Hills Department. Weekly instruction will continue through July, Bryant said. Confederate Laureate "Laureate of the Confederacy" was the title bestowed on Henry Timrod, who was born at Charleston, S. C., in 1828 and died at Columbia, S. G. in 1867. *He said my future was collateral enough" Mississippi's Length Length of the Mississippi River currently is estimated a 2,350 miles. This changes frequently s ince loops sometimes form as a result of sand bars. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK 1 Kemper Bible School Opens MEDORA — Vacation Bible school nl thr Ketnppr Baptist Church opened this morning. It will run for two week* between 2 And 4 A) p.m. dafly. Th* Rev. Ernest Hardln Is the director and the teachers are Mrs. T. B. Ruyle, Jr., narwry; Mrs. Darrell Walters, beginners; Mrs. Morris Ettfott, primaries; Mrs. Leroy Gaffney, Juniors. The Misses Lorietta Prultt, Judy Boker, Sharon Oaffney and Cathy Overby are helpers. MEDORA— M. F. Shields and his mother, Mrs. Jane Shields, attended triple funeral rites Saturday morning at Wood River for Mr. and Mrs. George Bechtel and daughter, Vlckl, 12, whose bodies were found In the wreckage of a small aircraft In ttw mountain region, near Stn Bernardino, Call! ShMMi swved at a pallbearer. Mr, and, Mm C N, and Mr. MM Mrt. Kddfc Barton and family attended the wedding of the former couple's granddaughter, Miss Sue Towse, and Robert Montgomery at the College Avenue Presbyterian Church In Alton Saturday afternoon. Leroy Oaffney, member of a bowling team at Greenfield, and his wife attended a supper and bowling party at Jacksonville Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Bennett and family, Washington, la., arrived Friday evening to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bennett. Mrs. W. D. Qtlworth and Mrs. Edith Martin have returned from Nashville, Tenn., where they attended the graduation of Miss Carol Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Robinson. Quests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors—Available Now Without Prescription Stop* Attacks in Minutes. *•» T*rh. it. T. <s»Mi*l>-The asthma formula prenorlbed more than any other by doctort for their private patients If now available to atthma sufferers-without prescription. Medical UiU prdred this formula •topi asthma attack! in minutes and fives hours of freedom from recurrence of painful atthma ipaamt. Thii formula la to effective that It le the physicians' leading asthma preicriptton-iO safe that now it ean M told — without prtteriptio* -»In •Jaw tablets eaUed !>*•»•<•«•«. .. Relfef Lasts for Hours! 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"That's about what I told the man when I wanted to get • mortgage loan to buy this houge. He just smiled, wked a few question* and auggeeted I come back a little later. "When I did, I found he had thoroughly investigated the house we wanted to buy. He'd analyzed the lo- eation, the quality of construction, determined it was a good value for the price. Vtry comforting. He'd worked out tome suggested terms that auited my needs—and my budget. " He had run a credit report on me •f course. But he'd gone beyond thig. It waa obvious he'd checked around- He had some opinions oa my potential progress, and mem art to know some things about coy wake-up that "You know, Joe, the one thing he aaid I'll never forget wag that, in the last analysis, he' waa making the loan because of his belief in my prospects. In other words, he was betting on my future. I've never been sorry that I bet on him." Cfcisojo Titl* and Trust Company protect* it. ., "1 had occasion to call him saver*! months ago when I waa given notice that two people claimed an interest in my house. They said they were heirs of a previous owner and had not signed deeds when the house had been sold. Because I had a title insurance policy with Chicago.Title and Trust Company, they handled the entire problent promptly, working through a local attorney whom they retained. Guess this makes tfess» » food bet, too." No Frost in Froezer or Refrigerator 399 00 With Trade-In 10 years old or less you may pay even less. Why Settle For Automatic Defrosting? Now you can own t genuine Frigidiire Frost-Proof refrigerator-freezer — no frost at all. No frost to hid* packagei. No frost to jam ict trays. No defrosting. IOOKI • lit N Ib. 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Whole Kernel Golden Corn . 7 No. 803 $1 Cans I Kroger. Regular or Honey Graham Crackers . . . 3^,: Kroger Zips, Oyster Crackers or Sallinss .... 3 ,'£490 Kroger Cheese Bits . . 3 t8 ±49c VALUABLE COUPON K Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of each Lb. KROGER WHITE BREAD 2 17-Oz. <sfc|%- Loaves 4ar9w Thli Kroger coupon expires Wed. Nile, June IS, IMS Pkgs. Kroger INSTANT COFFEE 8-Oa. Jar Kroger MAYONNAISE £ 49c King Stee. Lemon Fudge, Whipped Custard, Chocolate VANILUTCOOKIES 3 1-Lb. Jumbo 27 Sixe CANTALOUPES Not to be confuted with small or siie cantaloupes— these are Jumbo average 27 fiie. 4 or 2 for 4f« YOUR CHOICE S»nt» Rose RED PLUMS, Perlette Seedless WHITE GRAPES Black Heedless GRAPES 29* Charleston Gray»~i8 to 80 avenue WATERMELONS , . . Alabama Red Now Potatoes , , s* MerrUJ ton *, REACHES Large, U-oakued APRIOOT8 - MAPE8 ,... Prinpess NECTARINES , , , , u. » Me t

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