Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 15, 1960
Page 28
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E ^fc^A^^ •EiOHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15,1960 Iron*ork«r!» Strike DETROIT fAPi — A five-week -: cto> agrted to a two-year 30-; in outdoor! cent wage increase package In-, Mrs. •tf 8ie major GMtefy Tuesday at a meeting (rinding fringe benefits. «f fhe Godfrey Unit of ttomei^ " ! L.£, frounw. 0weni| - I11inM8 EfeCtl. member was given a pftrt of the fflea) to prepare. Hamburgers, potatoes, biscuits. Mrs. Ed Barth displayed a rftre o)d Ph ,| ndc |p h)n of the- year 1888. i\lrs. Q. R. Simpson explained! w |,y p crHon s should be careful cake were all cooked on an of ' thr t^te they read. She al' so rcac j an Article on "The! The selected subject was "\\ 'hat [shock of Your Ltfo." prrfafniiiRJ to * Good Cookbook" and wnsjfo electricity. I delivered by Mrs. Charles Burke. ! The hostess and recreation ' She. pointed out thaf n good cook prizes were won by Miss Doroto necessary no matter whnt the degree of experience of the thy Scheffrl find Mrs. Elmer \VhlHen. SPtCIAL Thurtday, Friday A Saturday £xpert WATCH REPAIR at Walther Leigue Seats Officers atDorsey DORSUV — New officers of the Walter League were Installed at the Lutheran Parish Hall Monday evening. They were: Joyce Heuer. pres ident; Kathleen Ruppte, secretary, and LaVem Wallace, trea* ortr. Three new members were honored at the meeting. They were Carol Ann Burjes, David Diet- I tit and Ronald Ruedw. DQ&SfcY - Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Neal of Denver, Colo., are visiting Mr. and Mr». Frederick Aljets and children. The Dorsey Home Bureau unit will meet Friday at the home !of Mrs. Chris Kruckeberg ofj Mora Oeorge Bernard Shaw said: "I believe in the discipline of alienee and could talk for hours about It." DO YOU KNOW! NASA FIRST FIDIRAL ANTfCfMTIS A PER ANNUM DIVIDEND FOR THI SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1960, Plasa First Federal Sf ATE * WALL STS. PBOJfB MO 5-2S85 LAST 4 DA YS TO SA VE PRICED TO Overall View Of Crowd At Commencement Partial-view of parents and friends assembled on a field of Southern Illinois University campus at EdwardsviHp, Tuesday night. Candidates for degrees were seated in front of (right) the guests. Chairs were set out for one thousand, and they were all filled with many standing.—Staff Photo. Compare Overhaul and Cleaning Electronically Regulated. MODERATE COST 95 AH Work Guaranteed n 5 FREE WATCH CRYSTAL WITH OVERHAUL BRUSSELS - Stale Rr-p. Carl; i II. \Vittmonrl and Mrs. VVitlmond iarr varatiuninu in California. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Enright ol Chicago visited over the \vonkendj his brother, Father Joseph! Ants! ST. Charge- Accounts Welcome, HO 2-3723 i TERRO ii turt to »wett-»crti«f Mill. KIIU whet* eolonlei. Easy to ui»...lndoon- Ouldoon! 39<-59« Mr. and Mrs. Ed C.'liristmann of St. Louis .spent thp weekend at tin- home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nolle. JoAnn and Betty Honnan of St. Louis are spendinc; this week here with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Herman. F.'arl Wllschef/ of Brussels is a mediwil patient in the Jn>pyvil|H hospital. Mrs. Mac- Me.vrrs is a medical patient in the .Icrse.vvillc hospital. C'ar|teniers arc rrpuiring the stwplf of St. Mary's Catholic Church. Tin' church \\as built in 18W). 3,411,57-1 TOIIH of Coal Mined iu Stale SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) — A total of .1.411.754 tons of coal was mined in Illinois in May, the State Department of Mines and Minerals reported Tuesday. ; This was 72,522 tons more chan i were produced in April and 63,630 !tons less than were mined in ;May, 1939. For the second consecutive i month there were no fatal acci- jdent.s in the mines. Six persons j i have died m Illinois mine acci i dents this year. Jade is a hard green silicate Sun glasses are a must in of quartz and sand. mountains of Switzerland. COMPANY | WILSHIRE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER •AWAY SALE OUT! 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TVet* luiuriout C«thm»rf M pr r pi ltd collw* . . . buHon dotm «•!•» 9* DOWN Come 6 to Jt—ityl* If fit 5* * ten, th*m on— iay you« away now/ NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED 5-YR. GUARANTEE fltifCTJOftt>Jl P. N. HIRSCH & CO WILSHIRE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER Coldspot leads all other brands in sales and here's one reason why! Examine this proven freezer with all its features and look at that price again . . . come to Sears for your best buy in a freezer! PHOJVE HO 5-551 1 FOR PROMPT SERVICE > ft Satiifaditti» gummed manor baek* SEARS ALTON i

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