Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 15, 1960
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'•'•.ViS ®^:-' mourn Alumni Banquet At Carrollton Saturday Night CARROLLTON - Judge Not, fcft Hotchwis of Winchester, ol *** University of fl* class of 1916 of Carwllton wt>n • 9Chomrsr fflth School, will give a short tflk Saturday evening at thc thimttl banquet in the high school cafeteria at 7 p.m., fol- toon fctdtt's elwt tot 12 «*«*•. The Iflfctoon IWdef'i claw is if! offloift training Whool for la*' studlfltt, leading to duty a« la- gal Upeolallsti in the Marine*. Dty, tvho completed thrt* yeifl of study at MacMurrtJr College, Jacksonville, will be Judge Nof. a student In law this fall at to the unl- the result of making in a Jaw admission examination. Parents of Ron , „• •_ j i i ,h- «h««i CARROLLTON-Mr. and Mrs. lowed by dancing In the school Rogco<? Randnll of Hard)n are iymnaaium. i parents of a lO-pmind sen. 1 Honored guests will be mem- twrs ef 19W graduating class, members of the 1950 class, who graduates; the •e 25-year the class of 1910, wi who Stephen Leslie, born Monday in Boyd Memorial Hospital. This Is the second child and the couple. Ran* assistant ! adviser in Greene County IpslSARROLLTON-TlW will Of "'Ralph Pierce was admitted to ,-• probate June 13 and ordered County. Menu Flaming Committee CARROLLfON-A committee recorded. The will leave. .11 ^fi^^^c^ Of the estate to the wlfe^Dola ? F^ m^M^^nj the extension workers, John Blcket, farm adviser, William Lighty. assistant farm adviser, and Miss Carolyn Grubbs, youth assistant. Members of the committee present were Miss Helen Pinkerton, Mrs. E. St«w- vllle was named executor, giving bond of 8100.000. The will was executed March 1, 1958, and witnessed by Donald V. Vinyard and Mrs. Mildred Vinyard. AttttidlAg OMB at Quantlco CARROLLTON— James Day, gen of Mr. and Mrs. James Day Jff., left Monday for Quantlco, Va., where he will attend a pla BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTER WOOLENS Dial HO 5-8877 NOTHING TO PAY TILL FALL art, Miss Barbara Hallock and Fred Robinson, Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Randall of Hardln are the parents of a son born Monday at Boyd Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Doris Gourley of Carrollton entered the hospital for surgery. Admitted Tuesday for surgery was Richard Godar of Carrollton and medical patients were Norman Brooks, Carrollton and Mrs. Rena Arnold of Palmyra. Dismissed Monday were Mrs. Betty Brannan and ion, Eldred; Mrs. Ruth Roberts and son, ROCk- bridge; and Mrs. Anne Waltrip of Wrights. Dismissed Tuesday were Russel Douglass of White Hall; Miss Evalea Short of Greenfield; Adam Grizstle of Kane; Mrs. Martha Klrbach and son, Carrollton; Joe Becker of Michael. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH •«•• Richard Shewnwker of Nawton. WEDNESDAY, JUfttt 16, Greene Review Board to Meet Kion of the first summer Green* County Board of Review will ntllbeaterA wire Part jfeantnrt, Lloyd Smith, Vota Watttis, Wadt Garrison, Donald Eva* and Wil- Ham Ruyte. 'Burial wM lit White Hafl Cemetsty. QARROLLTON-Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mehl entertained mem- n with John C. Price, are nests thtt wwk of their uncte hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rft*. and Mrs. Mervin Sottiberg •nd fcmtiy at fWtoto were week- thd(tiestB0C Mffc Stomberg's bro- th«MMa\f and sister, Mr. and Mri. MaytftM laupe. Mrs. Anna Waltrtp was moved Monday tit the Mfnpwn ambukince from Boyd Memorial Hospital to the Cedar Knoll Nursing Home at Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Olln Harris of Kansas City, Mo., who spent a month In Tucion, Arii., were weekend HARD OF HEARING! ni fish fry Monday evening at n of the Greene County Board of Menl cabin .near Kampsvllle. Supervisors, as chairman. Or< ctmrns Entertained vllle Stout of Carrollton is the; CARROLLTON — Mtfflbtrs Of hold-over member of the board carrollton Community Chorus and Mrs. Fred Ashtock of Car-, Were entertained at a carry-In rollton is a new member of the , upper Monday evening In Bluffs ho>rn\ at fhe home of Mrs. Valera, tl By virtue of his position as,g Arr y one of tn« organlfters B1 * c *- Mr. ana Mrs. Hams supervisor of assessments. Floyd of tnc ' chorug and itg f| r9t presl- ™ rout ^,! 0 Tt ing ! l J",' T 6 ! I! Kimbro is clerk. The months flent Attending were Mr. and;' "" of June and July will be us*d. Mri j^y sotvoeder anfl ftm for the receiving of com pi*! fits' H y p and fhe month of August for investigation and the board win Donald Lanftr and Kenneth Byland, Mr. FrincU Ot««, Mrs. complew iw work early in s«p-i NA |t c«rri«o and d«ufht«t, Miw ^mner. !Cyn\M*rull«rtan, ^r. and Mrs. Hlldebrant runeral Homer Sheets, MM. H«ftry Bor- CARROLLTON - Funeral serv-i| !n) MjM V al Btrry» Mil* Bttty Ices for Mrs. Anna Hlldebrant were jR 0 fn ( Miss Barbart KllneMlter conducted Monday at St. John's )an d Mayor and Mrs. Richard Catholic Church by the Rl. Rev. | oilier. Dad Gets Full Value IN A Gift From Kresge's MEN'S 1.00 COTTON & SILK TIES Beautiful Colors and Patterns ... MEN'S Banlon Socks Choice of Colon In Gift Box 2-I" Stretch Slzei 10-13. Kt-toil Starttr Fingertip Controb 2V> H. P. ROTARY POWER MOWER £.'44.88 Brlfft A. Stratton Engine 3 H.P. with Gross Catchsr, $64.95 JYO MISSILE-CHURCH SPIRE Dawn I 10—9_8—etc. Potted like a missile, but it isn't a missile—It's the spire for the new First BfcptJftt Church building at College and Johnson. The spire In being covered before Its flight to the tower. —Staff Photo. Michael Enright. The pallbearers Were Francis Vaughn, Clem Dunsworth, Tony Kaiser, Tom Carmo- dyi Henry fitelnacher and Jack Bertman. Burial WAR In St. John's Cemetery. . Funeral of MM. Rlley CARROLLTON - Funeral serv- lew for Mrs, Bonna Garrison Riley were conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at Mehl Funeral Home by the Rev. atate buttnets. Mrs, Thomas Ltles and daughter, Mta« Esthtr, Rockford, art spending fr«W days hwt with Mr and Mn. a«o>ge Oranw. Frank Fink left Tuesday to return to his home in New York City after a visit here with his brother- ln*ia* and sister, Dr. and Mrs! Dale Dough. Gxtennlon Council Meets CARROLLTON —Members of Greene County Home Economics Extension Counell rrtet Monday In an ali*dify session for the purpose of planning the 1961 program'for the Greene County Home Bureau units. Carrollton Note* CARROLLTON — Gary Teasley and Cotton Teasley of Wood River g BJLi, Phone HO)-f7«A •IB •« onn«« unit DIMOHSTRATIOW rim III gTANII Gill fir AppliltlRINt CL 4-2628 •r OL 4-4214 MMM tor mwW-f«tttnj for fssttirs-yott »ofl^<W a Marina M thsn Snlth-snywhsre. Zsnith sH-trtmhtor hwludt ill™, trim «y«|l*M ^srim sidi,* iMOMpieuoui fet-thNar ' . , Mi convftonal model* »nd th« world's HWIni AiOhws ii a Zenith for tvwy typs of slsHfoni- e«By «ometible hesrini IOM. FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION - NO OBLIGATION •ret On-The-lpM service cheek (4 all mstat : You owe it t6 your Hearing to investigate Zenith "Living Sound" Hearing Aids REESE DRUG STORE W f^MHOUSON WOOO *IVfll • W« hirtdis bi««rlM md feeMiorin for iro»t hMflni it J_ Carrolltcm Miss Carolyn Grubbs «ni«»v. P > an ou«" g " international popa There are 55,000 Italians, native and foreign bom, in San INITIALED HANKIES , M for I an Boitd Snowy white fine combed cotton hand kerchieft personalited with hit initial in two-tone .color. Corded borders. 17ii"x 17 Vi". youth assistant, spent Mbnday at the University of Illinois. Mrs. Joe Brannan, Mrs. James Brannan and Mrs. Gale Staples will entertain members of thrir canasta club at the home of Mrs. Joe Brannan Thursday evening. Mrs. Zelma Logan FolRor of San Carlos, Calif., has been a guest ofj her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Logan, in Elclrrd for a few days and also visited Other relatives In Eldred and Carrollton. Mrs. Folger left here Wednesday for Roxana to spend a few days with her brother and sister- ln-la\V, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Logan, before leaving Friday by plane for her home. ' Mrs. Alan Roads and Mrs. Vin-i cent Moult6n entertained the mem-1 bers of their bridge club at the! Roads home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Otis Liles and daughter or Rockford arrived Sunday and will be guests until Friday of Mrs. Liles' mother. Mrs. P. 0. Short. They j will leave Friday for ShelbyvillC; \vhere Ihey will spend a few daysj visiting Mrs. Liles' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beem. i Mrs. John Swann, who suffered, a hip fracture in a fall at her homo i last week, was moved to Boyd Me- j mortal Hospital from Alton Mo-j morial Tuesday in Hie Mi-hl am-.' btilanco. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hhoads and' family returned home Sunday (rum a trip to Washington. D-l'.. and other points in the cast, including Mt. Vernon, and thc Annapolis Naval Academy. lation. Rip Van Winkle couldnt sleep with nagging backache Now! You can get the fast relief you need from nagging backache, headache and muscularaches and pains (hut often cause restless nights and miserable tired-out feelings. \Vhcn these discomforts come on with over-exertion or stress and strain — you want relief — want it fast! Another disturbance may be mild bladder irritation following wrong food and drink — often setting up a restless uncomfortable feeling. Dean's Pills work fast in 3 separate ways: 1. by speedy pain-relieving action to ease torment of nagging backache, Alexander Hamilton often disagreed with Thomas Jefferson. jYet when the decision to him if Jefferson President f the United Hamilton replied: "Ihave noth- Enjoy n good night's sleep and the ing in favor of Thomas Jeffer- ^> vmer ^"J 51 '^^ 1 ^ milUon8 h8ve for Ison except that he is nn honest! New, large size Iman.I charge you make him Raves'money. Get President of the United States." Dcmn'sPUlstoday! "."." -""""""-j headaches, muscular aclies-and pains, vision was put 2. by soothing effect on bladder irrita- son should be »ion. X by mild diuretic action tending iinitnrt Ht-jio- lo increase output of the 13 miles or untien oiaies, j^jj^^y (l ,bcs. Stylw IwlpMM Ntt U Skill THE . PERFECT eirr . • FOR • Father'tDiyh \ DAD I .•' Sunday, Jun* /I •• t ...••" COPPIRTONI 24" GRILL SAM! GUI with HOOD MOTOIIZCD JMT, MI.II ir n.9i ... IK A 111 MNMN NM HAITB ., |7< 8T. HON.I mi. TILL 9 P.M. WIST IM ST. W DOWNTOWN ALTON HI .< » ( DM PAN r THE ORIGINAL BOX STORAGE PLAN IN THIS AREA! , Why Clutter Your Clowtt With Qarmtntf Jwt po*k HWM hi • hw, », ftr tt«r«9t in ow CoW Motk *•• VoiilH. t , 4 , Put a»y Qormtit you with (t«ctp» fwr jtwett) w the IMX, ftr • fltt s»oro«« fh«rff tf with • NMximum vvliMtiM of $309-00. All farmtiH nut* to etoaftttf tt § w rtf ul«r «l*oniii9 clHNrfti. •armtati wt prtutd btftrt ^fiivtry. "Dry Cleaning That S«ti»fi«t" Milton Cleaners numtMitrt PMM HO Min I- At Gibson s Tomorrow... giillllhif i •»».. EXACTLY AS PICTURED See this beautiful bedroom group .. .count up its dozens of value features then, the reol clincher that will amaze, and please you, is the pr.ce tag . within reach of the most budflet-wisel This tornfie value, rendered in both Butternut Mahogany and Concord Gray, features the huge, ihaped front 53" Double Dresser with Beveled Mirror, spacious matching Chest, contemporary Bookcase Bed and companion Night Stands. Each p.ece is artistically set off with touches of brass for a truly rich effect. Tops are plastic finished to resist heat, stains, scratches — to make cleaning as simple as can be with just the whisk of a damp cloth. Friendi will compliment you r taste w,hen you show this designer group in your home. DOUBLE DRESSER, CHEST, BOOKCASE BED BUDGET PRICED AT ... WHILE THEY LAST! $5 DOWN -.. $2 PER WEEK OR ADD TO YOUR PRESENT ACCOUNT P/osf/c Finish Resists Marring • Cleans Easy FREE STORESIDE PARKING OPEN MON. AND FBI. NITES UNTIL I P.M. IJwt W«t «f M* lrU|*) H40NIHOMUI

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