Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 9
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June 15, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Friday & Saturday Special* SHOP POM POP IT SEIBOLD'S I Shirt Cake* S2.8B Straw Hat Cake* $2.20 Layer fake* with fifthlng scene —12.70 nnd tip Layer Cuke* with man in hammock. $9.70 and up. PLACE VOtlR ORDER EARLY SURPRISE DAD with a NOVELTY CAKE FROM $ Mrs. Seibold's Bake Shops, Inc. \ Wltihlrt Vlllata ShovpMt Cmnr 141 E. F«rau»on Av«., Eatt Alton, til. Warn! River, III. 7 a.m.'» t D.m. Datltr Ml a.m. to • o.m. bally 0««a Till • p.m. Monday * Prl. Op«n Friday Till Dial CL 4-M4S • p.m. Dial CL 4-«U Open Friday Nltea HU« P.M. Medora Church Women toMcct MEDORA—Tne Women's So- clety of Christian Service of the Methodist Church will meet', Thursday afternoon at the home| of Mrs. David McKep Sr., with! Mrs. Marie Turner as co-hostess^ Mrs. M. A. Wilson will he \vor-; ship and program lender. ! Special Training MEDORA ••- Miss Pauline 1 French of Medora, a student; nurse at Memorial Hospital, Allion, left Sunday for Chicago toj lenter special training at thej jchlldren's Hospital. She will brj |a;one three months. ; I Attend Reunion . ' MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith and family went toj {Macomb Sunday to attend the; annual reunion of Ag graduates] of Western Illinois University, j and their families. \ CARNIVAL By Dick Tomer Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Mount Adams, a peak ln the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Is 5.805 feet high. Medora Boy Scouts Collecting Paper MEDORA—Thursday th« Soy Scout* ar« making their pap«r drive In Medora and commun- ty. Those In the rural area hav. ing paper are to call E. L. Kahl, and It will be picked up during the morning. In Medora the pick-up will be in the after, noon. To Inspect Tree Planting In Cleveland Tnrw members of the Alton Park Commission and a representative of Union Electric Cb. plan to tlyt o Cleveland June 33 for n look at that city's program of street tree planting. Dr. Gordon Moore, cfmirrtiUl flf the comnHMiten, awMiilcrt today he would be accompanied on flu? trip by Dr. Robert Elliott, and by Horbert R. Heltnmg, wfww pltni will be uspd: and Edward Foeller of the utility company. At Cleveland the group will b* met by Edward Scanlon, who recently spent a day here discuMing the street tree planting program with the park commission and other (TTOUpS. oitm tt Hit a popuWhm at i,* 136,000. QMMti UtfMa, VHWWWCT ?S«SSS!"__ 1 EARN This High Rate on Passbook Savings and Paid Up Certificate Accounts at ALTON SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Everyone Is Invited To Our Anniversary! INSTEAD OF THE UHJAl ON ALL CASH PURCHASES DURING OUR ANNIVERSARY THURS. FRI. SAT.-JUNE 16-17-18 STANDARD PRODUCTS ATLAS TIRES AND BATTERIES ACCESSORIES AND OIL CHANGE-TAIL PIPES & MUFFLERS LUBR ION TREATS FOR THE KIDDIES!!! DOUBLE EAGLE STAMPS EVERY TUESDAY! JOUETT STANDARD SERVICE COLLEGE AND WASHINGTON ALTON, ILL. PHONE HOWARD 5-9782 "Don't you think we're overdoing this business of going after the female vote, Senator?" Home Bureau Unit Meets at Kemper MEDORA—Mrs. .lor Kirsch was hostess to Kemper Home Bureau Monday evening. The major lesson, "Fashioned for Living, the Dining Area," was presented by Mrs. Kirsch and Mrs. Glenn Rhine. "The Home Medicine Cabinet" was the minor lesson. Mrs. Marion Voyles pave the health lesson on "Safety With Fire." The next meeting will be .Ttily 18 in Kemper Hall, when the unit will entertain 4-H girls and their mothers. Medora Notes MEDORA—A group from the American Legion Auxiliary I went on the twenty-sixth annu- ial pilgrimage to Illinois Soldiers land Sailors Children's School at ; Normal Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hines and Mr. and Mrs. James Selkirk at- 1 tended the funerals of their junrles in Vlrden. The first, fu- ineral was that of Walter Hlnes on Saturday and the second Harold Jones on Tuesday. Miss Becky Heyen left Sun iday with her grandmother, Mrs. Martha Hedden, and uncle, Bill Hedden, of Carlinville, on a vacation trip to New Orleans and i Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heyen and Miss Sharon Hubbard took Miss Joanna Heyen to the University of Illinois at, Urbana Sunday evening, where she Is taking a six week course In science and engineering. Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Wayman jand family have returned from Redwood City, Calif. He is employed at the Chesterfield Elevator. Dog Bites Boy Mrs. Margie Shaffer of 253 Madison Ave. informed police Monday •vening that her son, Bruce, 7, had been bitten by a dog when near his home. Police traced ownership of the dog and ordered it be kept restrained for a 15-day observation required by the city dog code. Colorado has 54 mountain peaks of more than 14,000 feet. NOTICE Close-Oat Sale Ladies' Mesh Dress Shoes — Conservative styles, black, brown and navy. Most sizes in narrow and wide width, not all styles In all sizes. Reg. $16.95 to 910.95 Name Brands, $4.88 and up. WESTERN SHOE STORES N4-806 East Broadway SAVE EARN from Ike 1st DIAL HO 2-0066 \ltOtt SAVINGS & LOAN Association TEMPORARILY LOCATED AT 617 E. BROADWAY ALTON, ILUNOt* Mr Oondttl«nlng*-tomoiritur«i mid. t« ordtr-ter an-wMthw eomfort. «it • dwwrwtrrtloiil ft. th. CTw Myitwy Show In wlor Sumtoyi. NBC-TV-th« Pit Boon* Ch«vy Showroom w«rtl». ABC-TV. why shouldn't you enjoy THE FEATURES THAT MAKE CHEVY Strictly for Dads who like the newest and coolest > NEW BATIK.PRINT SPORTS SHIRTS » NEW "NEEDLEPOINT" WEAVES > SURPRISE-PRICED AT BOND'S Write or Men* HO 5-8818 , . . and loaded with style! Button-down Ivy collar OB Batik-print cottons. Wonderfully drip/dry to make them carefree and perfect for travel. The "needlepoint" lus- tre-weaver are an easy-tubbing blend of cctton/rayon/acetate. The tailoring — Bond's finest 2.98 It's sure a cinch to see why Chevrolet is America's biggest seller for 1960. Just look over all the fine features you won't find in any other car of the leading low-priced three: FULL COIL SUSPENSION that cushions your ride with coil springs at the rear as well as up front,.. shift-free, satin-smooth TURBOGLIDE*. the only automatic transmission in Chevy's field that eliminates even a hint of a shift... up to nearly 3.1 inches more entrance height, three inches more front seat width in that ROOMIER BODY BY FISHER ... an EASIER LOADING TRUNK with a new lower sill and a deck lid that's as much as a foot and a half wider. See your dealer soon for a carload of reasons why YOU CAN'T BUY ANY CAR FOR LESS UNLESS IT'S A LOT LESS CAR I «0ptlona< »t «xtr» MM* This it th» lmp»l» Convertible 3 for $8.75 Just say"Crwrft it"-if you like! 117 West Third St, Open Mon., Frl. Tili 9 pm Get in on the hottest thing this spring ... see your local authorized Chevrolet dealer. Authorized Chevrolet Denier in Alton REILLEY BROS, Inc. in Wood tiiier ALBRECHT CHEVROLET, Inc. 91) f. 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