Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 13
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June 16, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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THURSDAY, JUNK !«> 1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH DO YOU KNOW! 6% INTEREST AVAILABLE AT NASA FIRST FEDfRAL ON REGULAR HOME LOANS AND CONSTRUCTION LOANS. Plasa First Federal HEITZ OPTICAL SfATfi ft WALL ST9. HO B-3BM WfTHOfOLITAN ILDOu W AdfeMkAJUHte^^B dUMi NINNY ir. Stop In, w« will to happy t» itr»« «ll your optical naadi at «ur naw location, CHAMin a. HIITZ WWA*0 P. PARKIS, Jr. Rodeo in East St. Louis Starts Friday A 24-hour rodeo «powoffd by the Alnad Temple of tht SKrlne, East St. Louts, Is set for Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning dally at 2 p.m. ai Fairmoum Raw Track near Collinsvllle. The events will include «t« fining, <alf repmt, bwll rid- Ing. bareback bronc riding, girl's bnrrel racing and a coronation of a queen. Forrwt Cr«on, potwrtate, announced today. Jim Shouldm, hilled a* worlds champion all-around cowboy, will compete In events for more than $3.000 in cash and a Shrine penda- ton blanket. Cowboys from Texas and Oklahoma who make a llveli* hood following rodeos will compete. Dale Robertson, star of Wells Fargo on television, will present a flv*-m«n act including twin and twtn girls. Another feature of the show will be A performance by ftr Roger, « trick horse and holder of many trophies. Billy Buschbon of Wisconsin will put the horse through its paces. The queen will be chosen among girls in the Greater East St. Louts area upon their western regatta and (heir horsemanship. The winner will recelvr a crown and a watch. Other features will Include clowns and sKllled riders. The ro of Area Mm aitrfr t Women in Armed Forces Army PFC frAUL V. R«BDf, 19. son of Mr. and Mrs. Piul Reedy, 41S Vine St.. §«th«1tt>. recently purtlclpftWd with efferr personnel from the 8th Division's 20th Transportation Bat- tallon in Operation Bayonet d«w Is for the Alnad Temple gtfi- i>ral fund. These LOW PRICES on Saturday Only- Special Low Terms.*.No Money Down! Buy Any Refrigerator You Need At These LOW, LOW Prices! Tell the Credit Man These Are The Terms You Want! IF YOU WISH - To Make a -Down Payment, Terms Can Be Made Even Lower! DOWN PAYMENT NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE NONE AMOUNT YOU CAN BUY MOO DOLLARS * ISO DOLLARS •2OO DOLLARS *25O DOLLARS *3OO DOLLARS •400 COLLARS »5OO DOLLARS .. .. . i WEEKLY PAYMENT '2.OO •2.50 •3.OO '3.5O *4.5O »6.5O »7.5O We're Going "ALL OUT" with Huge TRADE-INS to get them B f if Jl II ^ «J The demand for good, used E V M U J C refrigerators is TERRIFIC! Right Now our Bargain Outlet Store has a writing list a block long . . . with names being added daily! They're DESPERATE! That's why we'll qive you a Top-Dollar Trade-In Allowance for your old refrigerator. We don't care what make it is or how it looks, as long as it runs! So take advantage of our desperation . . . Come In! Trade-In! NOW is the TIME TO BUY famous Philco at a "steol"! FULL 5-YEAR WARRANTY ON PHILCO OPEN FRIDAY and MONDAY NIGHTS Automatic 10'A-cu. ft. PH/LCO Dream Buy at and your old refrigerator NO MONEY DOWN... $3.00 WEEK • Cross-th0-top frcexer • Automatic Dofro$t PLUS. • • • 7ru«-Zon* Air conditioning • Dairy Bar Storago Poorf • Full width crltporl *I3I00I ••••••• J2-cu.-ft. 2-Door PHILCO Your Bargain at a LOW • Automatic Dofrofffog le-iq.ft. flietf aroftf • WUJ ovtr 904fc. Zoro 0o§ roo Itporott froofed o AND IjMMtot Oo/ry tar Sto/ogt Ooorf • fwf• Poiiolvlfi Crliporfl nOf It Big D/a/-Der*rost PHILCO 'Bud|rtmi$Ur' 131 end your eld rtfriftrator NO MONIV DOWN,.. §2.10 WISK • full 9.<w. ft, 0ro«« capacity • Cr*M<tfc«*7op frf•••rl • Crofi-tlit«r«p Oilf/tr Trayl tngth Oeer Itorvgtl •ROADWAY of Alton andMACA Btut m Germany. Thi training exeretoe, contfM der realistic cOitiBit was dwfgMd Kft dtltfBflfli Wi effectiveness of unite of the Rh infantry DtvMon, a majorife' ment of the NATO sntitd of «** fense Hi Buropt. A nwehittfe in the battalions Camper* * Baumholder, Reedy fntewd-tne Army in October 1»§ tarn »> ceivtd taste twlflttri tt_lt>ft Leonard Wood, Mo, »« I^Pd ovcttial to Mty ti$k$j*W* a IBM grammte of Clvio M«Wr- lal Hfotf School, v. , PVT. PAUL L. RIODBB, 20, *on o( Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Rld- der, 3021 Fernwood Ave>, recently completed advanced Individual training with the 2d Division's 3tth Armor at Fort Hood, Tex. Rldd»r entered the Army In January of this year and received basic train- Ing at Fort Hood, Tex. 3 Honored for 25 Years at Shell Plant Thrpp employes of Shell Oil Go's Wood River refinpry were honored recently upon completion of 25 years of service. They art H. Everett Ragus, 833 Esther Ave., Wood River; William M. Schumacher, 458 George St., Wood River; and George M. Stuck, 336 Park Drive, Bethulto. Ragus, a native of Wood River, began at Shell after completing high school. He worked in the refinery's control laboratory, transferred to the gas department where he served in various capacities before becoming an operator 1st In 1947. the position he now has. He married Ragus Jennie Grisolona of Collinsville in 1945, and they have two children, James 13, Jo Ann, 7. He is a member of the Moose, and the First Baptist Church of Wood River. He served one ,tenn each as city treasurer and alderman in Wood River. Schumacher, born near Carmi, received his education there. He married Helen Lichtenberger of Carmi in 1927, and they have one child, William R., New London, Conn. He was employed by International Shoe in Hartford and as a construction Schumacher worker before beginning" work for Shell as a lat borer in the lube compounding and shipping department. He became an operator 1st in 1943, and alternates now in the positions of operator 1st and shift foreman. Stuck, a native of Greenfield, received his elementary and high school education there, then attended the University of Illinois before beginning work for Shell as an inspector tester 5th in the control laboratory. He became a glassblower in 1945, and holds that position atuclc now jn the re- j finery laboratory. He married Katherine Fitzjarrell of Greenfield in 1934. Stuck is (a member of Our Lady Queen of ! Peace Church in Bethalto, and is chaiu'i'llor of Knights of Columbus Grand Jury Indicts Mrs. Dix, Boyfriend ST. LOUIS (AP) — Mrs. Doris Antel Dix, 26, and her 18-year-old boyfriend, William Joseph Mullane, were indicted for first degre murder Wednesday by the Circuit Court grand Jury for the slaying of her husband, jgene Dix. A similar indictment was returned by the grand jury May 26 against David Lee Thompson, J9, who is charged with the actual stabbing of Dix April 5. Thompson is quoted by nofltt as saying Mrs. Dix gav« him tfQQ to kill her husband ID sJw f"iiH marry Mullaae. 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