Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1960 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 13, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 13, By Dick Tamer 'for have been. Hftpper, Seniors, 'Carol Coit>l Duncan. ttiar- Cat-ol ftothe, Carole Woolsey. .1 ft n P. Huckelbridijr ShafOn Rothe. phoitwres. Betsy Duncan. $t¥lB8httien. Sandra Bartow. Rob•H Dunn, Joanna Hair. Diana Wtelick. Honor roll: seniors. Peggy Kd- Ijiirds. Karen Gotten VVilrmi Ifbfrard. Patty Alward, Sur Ann Anders. Terry Ltihr, Delia New- Tossle Smith. Carol Spur- Lois Cairns, Gporgenc Bill Connell. Charlps Main, Livingston. Jttnlors, Sharon Hubbard, Gpr- McLaughlin. Judy Oberland- Mafy Alice Schacfnr. Jo- Heyen, Loreita Pnilott. Jo- Roemer. Janice . Rothc. arol Stewart. James Koehne, Jerry Oldenettel, Diane Phillips. Rtehard Wiener. Judy VVoolwy. BH1 Sarginson. Corald Malliday. Paula Mut/bauer. Rulh Pnwtll. Francis Romano. Sophomores. David S\\nn. Bft- ty Koehno. Janet Lahr, Kern James Watson, Thomas Smith, Shirley.Barry Schools Open FOSTERBURO - Daily va-j r-ation Bible whnol at the Bap-j tlmt Chili-en will continue- this! week through Friday from 9 to' 11:30 a.m. with the closing pro-i gram Friday at 7:15 p.m. Promotion day in Sunday school has been changed this ypar to .Juno 26. last Sunday of this quarter, rather than in October, as formerly, in order bet-; ter to coinride with promotional in public school. Dally vacation Bible school at| iZion Presbyterian Church began (today and will run the next) two weeks from f) to 11:30 a.m. Director is Mrs. Nelson Gibbons.! Foftterlnirx Note* KOSTKRBURG - Mr. and; Mrs Ray Gilbert and three chll-> dren of Estherville. la., arc' spending a week as ijuests of cousins. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Kim/, and family. Hrenda Mecdf-n. '>• and her brother. Teiry. -I. of Savoy. 111., arc spending the week with their grandparents. Lisa Ilorton. 8. of Tarboro. N. ('.. arrived June 3 to be with her Burns. |»{i s | Matroilh of ; grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Don- Kreshmen. Mary Carr. Marsha | "Id Lewis of Gulp («me. imtillhf> llalhdav. Kveretl'Johnson. Gary KailC KllKTliUlieil ! lillt " r " lll ; l . of ;'" ' y ™* m . lhpy , Iplan to drive home with her. Johnson. Clara I.eefers. .lack KAN| , Mt . m ,,,.,. s ,„,,,,. Pasl j ,.,,,.,,,<, Mrs . WHn)li ,, n i. (J «•» Shurt, Hetty (Vile, Joyce Kdsall, A \|,,| r ,, n , s nub n ,. rr i-nteftHinerl i,, f B j|j| ( , St-hool Park. N. Y.. who, at a dinner at the Colonial Room !|, !1V( , (,een guests of the Rev Honor Students ;**•**•*•••«» Two Separate Events twlrlers Announced at Civic Memorial Pia«a Indtan baton Srftanfay t»nip«t«l » eventt In t\vo' sccttorts of the state. Hie Junior and WATERBURY, Conn. The PoHce Board decide*! to have the elevator at police headquarters repaired. But nobody blamed *>Uce ,Supt. James R. Magner when Juntorette kg refused to get excited ! BETHALTO Jed to the quarter honor rolls at jdv-tc Memorial High School j have been announced cipal Forest Kohburn. Listed on the quarter high lion , corps placed first and second re-u t . Students nam-j spectlve i y tn open competition! Hc explained that during im> 9£«b\«*l T i*tp ••• « r •' 1 ; l »v- *~*f r -~ j^fc at Salem while the Senior Corps!25 years he has been on copped second in VFW state drill | {orcej he has never seen the the by Prtn-! comp etition a t elevator move. , asH ' ° VFW 1 Read Telegraph Want Adt Drily won the or roll are: Bill Ames. Fred 8tate j unior championship In the Becker. JUdy Brown. Barbara, go | 0 baton twirling event. With Forbes. Ruth Ann Goebel. Bar-^p senior Corps. Sharon will bara Hilgendorf, Judy Metcalf, compete in August in Detroit Janet Neumann, Evelyn Pelan., wnen me VFW national compe- Janet Powell, David Sheary., tltion is staged. The corps Is Ann Strohbeck, Golda Suessen, Ramona Vogel, Madge Zimmermann and Ronald Bishop, i — Lynne Drennan, Bonnie Klc-j Area of present day Virginia cett. Marilyn Rowe. Kay Shaw.: Is 40,815 square miles, But, in Stieglitz, Karen S/.egedy. i Colonial times it included all of sponsored in the event by Alton VFW Post 1308. SMART GALS TAKE IT EASY AT The way T gel it he wants us to let him play in more bull games or he wants to be traded!" Richardson. Robert Well. Wildcrmun, Vernon Gray. tiemember . . . If you SAVE by the 15th of the month-You will EARN from the st in Carrollton 'Iliursday evening. Hostesses were: Mrs. H. F. Freeh, Miss Mary Brooks. Mrs. and Mrs. Roy Carlson since Thursday, left today to drive to Iowa for another siiort Bible con- U'ilhur Rowden. Miss Annie Wil-1 forencc while en route to Seattle Mums and Mrs. Kvcrelt Rhoads. i all( j San Francisco to visit their Guests present were: Mrs.jchildren and grandchildren. Lloyd McLane. Mrs. Herb VVid- 1 ._ • dowson. Mrs. Claude Todd. Mrs.!and family. Alton, visited Satur!\V. L. Richards, Mrs. Robert)day with Mrs. Coehran s motli- DuiiKherty. Mrs. Leancle Y<,unKJ pl - ;vlrs ' Carl Hulnhnns. and Mrs. Ralph Linder. Prices «'erc won by Mrs. Freeh. Mrs. U'iddowson and Dial 2-0066 SAVINGS A LOAN t4ssociation Ttmpororily Located at 617 E. Ireadway, Alton, III. I Mrs. Dougherty. Kane \oles KANT: U'illiam Kirgan. Mrs. [Goldie Hunnicutl, Mrs. Ivan Shackclford and Mr. and Mrs. U'illiam Allen visited the past week in Missouri. Oklahoma and Arkansas. Mr. and Mi's. Lynn Coehran Members of the Sunshina C.'lass of the llapti.sf Churfh and their families enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at N'iehols Park in Jacksonville. Kveretl N'orris ol Ft. Campbell. Ky is on leave and is visiting ai the Dueal Crawford home. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Reynolds of Alton were visiting relatives here Saturday. TO VISIT GERMANY SIU German language students, Rosemary Tom- lovic of Hartford (left) and Janet Schulse of Brussels, who will spend the summer in Germany. SIU Students lo Spend Summer Ton ringGerinany Rc\. to (larrollloii CARROLLTON The Rev Robert Pitsch. pastor of the j the Don Tucker, Carol Walker, Beat- what is now Virginia, West Vir- rlce Zakr/ewski, Gary Best, .ginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana. Ruth Ann Harrop. Paul Corcor-' Illinois, and Wisconsin, and part an. EHIen Kllspermann. Joyce of Minnesota. Fields. Judy Hawkins, Janice StunkeJ and Kd VVanick. Undergoes Surgery BK'lllAl/ro — 1 16-month-old granddaughter of a Bethaltd couple has received new hope for life following a successful operation for a rare birth defect the Telegraph leamcd Saturday. Brenda Lee Danhack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Danback of 2920 McNair. St. Ixiuis. underwent surgery last week for biliui> artesia of the liver, commonly a fatal disease. Brenda is NOTICE! > a «Wlal purchase of 78 pairs Ladles' — Mfewr WHITE DRESI SHOES With the new high heels. ItwgulM to V»« sellers. 9A>»* Not «« WESTERN SHOE STORES g04-0« East Broadway granddaughter of Mr. and Two students of German at : Methodist Church for the Mrs. Alfred Lee of Bethalto. Southern Illinois University in';' 0 " 1 ' >•«»•*• has returned to ther Alton will spend the summer in;pastorate by action of the Uli- newspaper \vas "The Boston Germany. Both have been teach-inois Methodist Conference.;News-Letter ing G e r m a n in elementary;which was in session last week rirst printed American in 1704. schools under the supervision ofMn Bloominglon., Professor Ruth 1 The Rev. Pitsch the school SIU German Kilchenmann during year just ended. Miss Janet Schul/e, fifth year at the Sunday morn- began his| ing service. COIN OPERATED LAUNDRY COLLEGE ft MAIN ST, All Top-Load, Agitator Type Washers . . . High-Speed Dryers. Do Your Whole Wash In Less Than an Hour. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY—7 DAYS A WEEK a junior from Brussells. 111., taught 'in MAKE IT A REAL Rosewood Rosemary Heights and Tomlovic. a from South Hartford, Roxana had and Miss senior classes in | at Irving GRADUATION Gives Best Shaving Results! f School in Alton. Leaving New York June 28 on' the Aurelia, an all-student ship ; chartered by the council on Stu-[ dent Travel, they will arrive in Bremerhaven July 9. The girls plan to tour Germany on bicycles. staying overnight at youth hostels, and preparing their own meals. B'rom Aug. 2-27 they will attend a summer session for fo- i feigners at the University of Freiburg. Before sailing for home on Sepi. 4 they will be the guests of \Ven/el Jaksch. West German member of parliament, w h o spoke at SIU's Southwestern Uli- inois Campus in May. Fidelity Home •/ Bureau Meets At Moore Home FIDELITY -- The Fidelity | Home Bureau unit held itsi monthly meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eldon Earl Moore, with Mrs. EugeiT? Coleman and Mrs. Everett Reed assistant hostesses. Eighteen members were present. including two new members, Mrs. Elmer Branaugh and Mrs. James Branaugh. Three xisitoi's, Linda Atteberry. Miss Sue Gorham and Mrs. Ruedin were also present. The health lesson, "Causing and Prevention of Fires," was, given by Mrs. Ruth Schneider and Mrs. Paul Gorham gave the •1-H report. Mrs. Sylvia Moore : and Mrs. Otto Schneider gave the major lesson, "Fashioned lor Living-Dining Room." -The minor lesson. "Home Medicine Cabinet." uas given by Mrs., Jusun Fo.v The July meeting will be hei.l in the Farm Bureau basement at Jerseyville at which time there will be a silent auction. On Aug. 11. the unit wiU hold a family picnic in the Farm Bureau basement. . HWY FATHER'S BAY from "Uncle" Dick Slack Man's Wrist Watch & Cuff Link Set! 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