Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 19
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June 15, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15,1980 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Court Cases Reduced, Board Told EDWAHDSV1LLE - Madison County Js now at the "crossroads" and whether it "progresses or goes baclcward" In the next 10 years depends largely upon action of Its board of supervisors, Circuit Judge Harold R. Clark told the board, Monday. Granted permission to address the board, Judge Clark gave a 15-minuTe review of progress achieved by the three circuit judges in reducing the backlog of civil cases for trial in Circuit Court and praised trie tion of the board in providing the two courtrooms now in use. He Also stressed the need of a third circuit courtroom and added: "I feel that in time it will be worked out for us." The next 10 years is "going to be a crucial time in our county —both taxwise and population- wise," Judge Clark remarked in emphasizing the need for lead* ership in the board to solve the problems coming up. "The taxpayers are looking to this board, anil gentlemen, 1 think you have the leadership (to solve the problems ahead)," Judge Clark asserted. He pointed out that in Madison County a lawsuit can go to trial within three months, if attorneys on both sides are so inclined, and most cases currently filed are tried within a fildrcd ELDRED — VlcWe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orvflle Been- doldt. and bavld, son of Mr. and Mrs. James lyers, students who represented Eldred Grade School in the Greene County spelling contest, left Monday with a group from other schools to spend a week at Washington, D.C. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bushnell were their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Vol Camerer of White Hall. Mrs. Robert Portwood was guest of honor at n birthday dinner at her home Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Portwood and daughters of DO YOU KNOW! 6% INTEREST AVAILABLE AT PIASA FIRST FEDERAL ON REGULAR HOME LOANS AND CONSTRUCTION LOANS, Piasa First Federal STATE ft WALL STS. PHONE HO S-2B5S year—while in Cook County It may take six years before a case reaches the trial stage. Judge Clark also pointed to the rapid growth In the county's population as indicated by the recent preliminary census report, and remarked that such growth would increase the incidence of cases which reach the courts for trial. He inyited board members to consult with the three circuit judges on problems that may arise, and remarked: "We appreciate your fine work in cleaning up the courthouse (painting and redecorating and* repair work) since 1956." Rosewood Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Portwood and son. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brangenberg of Kampsville visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wlldhagen. Terry Fltlt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Flatt. has arrived home to spend the summer. Terry, who will graduate from the University of Illinois, will return there Saturday to attend the exercises. Sunday guests of Mrs. Etta King were Mr. and Mrs. Keith King and daughter, Karen, of Hlllvlew, and Mrs. David Ridings and daughter of Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Shuler spent Sunday in Qulncy as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olln Shuler. Mrs. William Barnett anri son, Charles, and Mrs. Delbevt Renvis and daughters, Brenda and Alinda, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Nash and son of Greenfield to New Salem Park Sunday where they attended a family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reif and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reif and daughter visited Sunday in St. Louis with Mrs. Carl Knootz and Mr. Knootz who is a patient in St. John's Hospital and will undergo surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vendor Meden and son of San Francisco, Calif., left Monday after spending the weekend here at Hardin Woman Heads Extension Council HARDIN — Mrs. Chester Knight of Hardin was elected chairman of the Calhoun County Extension Council Monday afternoon at the Farm Bureau building. Mrs. Harold Nestrlck of Hardin was named vice chairman, and Mrs. Paul Ringhausen of Hamburg was elected secretary. Mrs. Walter Schudel of Hamburg and Mrs. Leslie Wineland of Bellevlew are attending the Home Bureau Citizenship Conference in t'rbana this week The 33rd annual conference, a three-day session, Is taking place in the auditorium of Bevier Hall at the University of Illinois. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Logan and attended the wedding of their son. Lloyd, to Miss Alice Logan which took place Saturday at the First Baptist Church In Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oettle of Kane spent Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Brannan. Mr. and Mrs. James Benner were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Benner of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Byrl McGlasson visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson of Hardin. At Duncan Foundry Honor William J. Conway For 50 Years of Service William J. Conway. S03H Belle St., was honored last weekend ai the Duncan Welfare Club picnic for having completed SO years service at the Duncan plant. In presenting the 50-year service emblem. S. W. Duncan, vice president of the Duncan Foundry and Machine Works, Inc., congratulst Mrs. Schudel is chairman of the Calhoun County Home Bureau, and Mrs. Wineland Is public information chairman for the county organization. ^ Hnrdln Notes HARDIN -The North Calhoun Woman's Club will not have a business meeting in June, but members will spend June 30 visiting places of interest in Jacksonville. Alyce, Greta and Reglna Wintjen of Fort Worth, Texas, have arrived In Calhoun County to spend the summer with their father, Gilbert Wintjen Jr., and their grandparents,, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wintjen Sr. Marshall Ruyle of Hamburg was transferred by ambulance Tuesday from Jersey Community Hospital to Firmin Desloge Hospital in St. Louis. WM.BFHAN HilL-BFHAM HH.L-BEHAN HIIL-BEHAN HILL-BEHAN S JUNE VALUES! Prices Good for One Week Only! GUTTER and FITTINGS Install It Yourself and Save ... It's Easy! Hn. box iutter.10 ft. long, reg. J.»8 3-ln. sq. down spout 10 ft. long, reg. 1.89 1 70 J-ln. box end cap, Regular 30c 27c 3-ln. box connectors, reg. Me. S - Inch miters, regular 1.35 1 22 3 - Inch round down spouts. 10 feet long, reg. 1.79 1" 3 • Inch round elbow, reg. 50c 45c ORNAMDfTAL RAILING Mil beaetjr re ADJUSTABLE RAN. leg. 5.37 ............ o-FT. ADJUSTABLE RAM. * 69 Reg. 7.7S ....... RAT COLUMN Reg. 13.95 ...... WE CAKRY A COMPLETE STOCK W FITTINGS 4" 6 12* ROSETTA LOUVRE DOORS Made from beautiful Western Pine. Has real stationary louy res. Conies in sizes. 4 popular pair lOxM Inches 32xM Inches J*xM Inches 17 49 WESTERN BAR DOORS A must for your Icitchtn or breakfast room doorway. Made W b««u*if«fl W«»*t+it Comes fa S mm* i 30x47 Inches 32x47 Inches 34x47 Inches •. ••* 121 s LUMBER SALE fre*Ar, —e to 14 fe+t.Ree,. U« W*^*^** r,-iteH blO'f.lH) Unm m lM*.lea.3f« in* PAINT SPECIAL! ' Our beet grade" outride white. Paint «al« will la*t one week only. TWg la our premium grade point, made to our own rigid apeotttc*. tlons by a fainotu paint manufacturer. 5.69 Vote 4 50 lev* Mor» On • CSMOf 4 Oaltant 17* 19 Per Caee PLYWOOD SALE! Sturdy Douglas Fir Plywood Interior —Sanded 1 Side 4x8-ft., 1/4-Inch. Reg. 8.81 4x8-ft., f.-inch. Reg. 7.20 4r8-ft, "/,-Inch. 70* Reg. 9.41 ' 4x8-ft., %-lnch. Reg. 10.66 .... 4x8-ft., >{-ln«h. Reg. 12.S9 2^8 10« Sheathing Grade 4x8-ft., B/16.lnch. ^53 Reg. 8.71 • 4x8-ft., *i-lnch. Reg. 4.48 4x8.tt., i/2-ineh. A]Q Reg. 6.05 ^ 4x8-ft., %-lnch. Reg. 6.91 4x8-ft., 14 -Inch. Reg. 9,06 Plywood Handy Panels I/4-inch 3/8-inch 1/2-inch 5/8-inch 3/4-inch Zx4 Ft. 1.35 1.81 2.37 2.48 3.17 3s4 Ft, 2.03 2.71 3.55 4.02 5.68 4x4 Ft. 2.71 3.62 4.74 5.36 6.24 Prices Slashed 4xi.foot, K-inch Aide 179 3.04 INSULATION PQMittM) TVPf ROCKWOd 2x4's 9 Feet Long Economy grade white fir. llore pick up only, LAWN FURNITURI • i • • till 1 Plaette web, frame chair PlMtto web, ahimlnimi JMf frame chaise lounge .... ™ BAR B-O BRAZIER HUGE 24-INCH GRILL Complete with copper tone hood and electric rotisserie. 19.95 Value PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE 7-Yeor Factory Warranty SO feet long. 7/16-inch diameter. Many others to chooee from. 499 |laeh LAWN SPRINKLERS No. I Whirlwind, 1.10 value ... No. 2 Fair Lawn, 7.95 value .... No. 3 Powerspray, 9.95 value .. 5.95 7.95 Fine, Pre-Finished Hardwood Paneling Saves Time, Work! Comet in eaiy to handle 4x8-foot \ iheeti, mm Prefinithed Lauan Prefinished G r ey Elm .... Prefinished Chestnut .... Prefinished Birch ....... Prefinished Oak Prefinished Chtrry Ready-to-Finiih Lauan ... Rtadyto-Finish Sand Drift 7.95 11.78 12.67 13.63 15.46 16.3f 5.79 Ptwtyof Frt8 549 Will 91. Louii AVI,, East Alton Dial 01 44914 All Day Saturday WILLIAM J. CONWAY ed Conway for his long service record and pointed out that only three other employes had reached the 50-year mark \vlth the company*, these were the late W. M. Duncan, who passed away in April of this year, George D. Duncan Sr.. secretary-treasurer of the company and J. E. Juttemeyer who completed his 50 years in 1959. Conway, now age 71, started to work for Duncan's in January, 1910. grinding mine car wheels. Since that time he has worked as a drill press operator, machinist, and shift foreman. At present he works as a machinist in the tool room. In addition to the 50-year award, 77 other; employes received service emblems representing five to 35 years service. The Duncan Welfare Club picnic is an annual affair for the em- ployes and their families, the first of which was held in June, 1934. Kane KANE - The tentative budget and appropriation ordinance for the road and bridge fund for Kane Township is on display at Hanks' Cafe. Public hearing on the budget will be held June 21 at 7 p.m. at the Legion Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen returned to Oakford Monday after several days' visit with Mrs. Allen's daughter, Mrs. Darris Grizzle. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Campbell and daughter, Enid, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell, Dow. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ozbun. Springfield, spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ozbun. Mrs. F. T. Hawk. Alton, It visiting with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hawk. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pregler and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cooper. Tulsa, Okla., returned to their homes Monday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Curtlus Pregler. Miss Daisy and Miss Letha Davis, St. Louis, arrived today for a visit at the Ralph Under home. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wehrlv Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Kennotli Robinson and family attended the West Central Club picnic Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Ed Fessler, Dow. Miss May and Miss Nettie Fenity visited Sunday in White Hall with their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fenity. Jimmy Crotchett of Normal has arrived for a 10-day visit with his mother, Mrs. Ross Crotrhett. He will return to Normal for summer school. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Branrmn and family of Roodhouse were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Brannan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones. DOOR MIRRORS We Cut Them to Fit Door. 10 by e*-Iii£h Uoor. MIRROR $1645 »« by •• l»ch ... U by <• intb . M by SI lack ... '20* 9 '22** LyoDi 9lats Oo. Bell* Dial HO »-*7»l Grafton ORATION - G*n Gtsy K* today for CarbondBle where hewffl serve as assistant to the recfee* tion director at the playground leadership training Institute it Grassy Lake. Mr. and Mrs. William Stephen! and children, Carol, Charles, At* san and Sandra, attended the Stephens family reunion Sunday at Vermont, 01. Mrs. Avery Gtsy, Mrs. Roberta Brainerd, Mrs. Robert W8tsflH» Mrs. W. Rowling and Mrs. Aft Wilson attended the presentation of "Meet Me In St. Louis" at the Mu- nlclpal Opera In St. Louis Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pohlman and children moved this week to the residence property they recently purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hurd. Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Campbell and daughters, Patty and Donna, visited the former's mother, Mrs. Sarah Jacobs, in Hamburg Sunday. Eight members of the Methodist Men's Club attended the sub-district meeting of Methodist men at Elsah Monday evening. Attending were Rev. K. Taylor, Forrest Duncan, Wesley Legate, W. H. Dun- tope, Avery Glsy. William Steph ens, John Bradflsch and Earl Legate. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Duncan entertained at a dinner at their home Sunday evening honoring their daughter, Linda, on her birth day. Present were: Richard Brooks of Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs. John Callahan and Joan, Cheryl, Deann, Trudy and Bill Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. H. Blevens, Mrs. Sue Stanley, Darlene and Morris Patton Jr. of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nairn and son, Jerry of Grafton were dinner guests In Armed Forcfa mm i*«Mm, UftW, medi Johnson of . Dr., WM grattrtwd RttftemMl tauA' Students at the trained to operate radio direction finder* writers Wd . fMfc> equipment. ffct>' iwj taught to transmit AIM! ffOnve messages by Internatlofist Motte Code and type incoming ' sages. The course lasted 16- Sunday of Mrs. Edith Nairn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clattney of Springfield were guests Sunday Of Mrs. Nellie Claimey. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Toil returned to their home in Waterloo Monday following several day* Vittt Wtth Mrs. Helen Goodrich. Mrs. Charles Ambuff has returned to her home front St. Aft* thony's Hospital in Alton where she has been a medical patient FIBERGLASS AND RUIN FOR •OATS and IOAT RfFAIR SPORTS CAR Wf AIR PLASTIC 9 ^fleets 9 nOvS v TMM8 *«r Bverv Need at Office Plastics Hi. IS*. «*Mlto W«rt of North Alton. PboM HO 148*1 B.F.Goodrich Bargain Hunter's Corner BUY NOW! PAY LATER USE YOUR CREDIT No. In Stock Item WAS NOW 1 Motorola 2V TV Console Automatic Tuner $299,95 '249" 1 Motorola 21 "TV Console Mahogany 249,95 199" 1 Motorola 21" TV Cornel* Swivel Base Mahogany 289.95 219" 3 Motorolo Home Radios 29.95 22" 1 Motorola Stereo Console 8 Channel — 5 Speakers 289.95 239 I AM vo 2 Symphonic Stereo'Portables 49,95 28" 31.95 24 2 Motorola Transistor Portable Radios Batteries Included 95 1 Kelvinotor Electric Dryer Floor Cample 199.95 I39 95 1 Kelvinotor 30" Gas Range 224.95 159 95 3 Kelvinator Refrigerators 12 Cu. Ft. 1*4 1 Kelvinator Foodarama Floor Sample. U Cu Ft. 249.9S 649.95 499" 2 Motorola Stereo Portables 1B9.95 34 Watt — 4 speakers 15 Chat Stool Hassock 4.95 129 — m» 15 Litter Baskets for Car 1.98 8 Sportsman Lanterns 8.95 " 9 Ironing Board Covers 2.98 1 27 Terrycloth Seat Covers 8.95 10 Automatic Clothesline Reel 3.95 3 98 ~M29 26 Pinking Shears 8.95 88 4 Bel Air Sewing Machines Streamline Portable With Case 89.95 59" 1 22" Self Propelled Rotary Mower Brlns it Stratton Engine 84.95 99' 88 2 22" Rotary Power Mower BrlSBs > Stratton Engine 12 '/2'Gal. Insulated Jug 59.95 1.98 I 1 88 29 11 Auto Floor Mat Sets 3.95 18 Hashlitos, Rayovac .99* 28 Auto Seat Covers Out* — Ai Low Ai r _.n I2 85 f llectric Can Opener 24.95 12" 3 Kitchen Tool Set 7 Pieces 4.99 2 Knife Shapeners 9.98 4" 2 Hair Dryers 5.98 5 Dominion Toasters 14.85 7 Dominion Steam Iron e Met Deg Cookers 1 Hot Rod Auto Go-Cart engine included 12.95 9.95 108 99.85 10 Sets Roller Skates 4,98 S loot Cushions 5.40 r 3 Used Refrigerate™ 128 tt 50.00 COMPLITI SILICTION OP 8. P. 6OODIICH TIMS mileage/ REGoodrich 440 E, BROADWAY HO §.7714

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