Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 16, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Jamboree Set •' , . • & ' For Roxana Saturday HOXANA-Ttre .IMMi JUVlDOPW fifth aanual . wreil by the MM wlfl be Saturday at On -JT - ^-~there win tie three duwt, mM- frts, agw 10 and lit fortiori, 12 and 13 and intermediates, ages 14 tt 16. the events wffl include 10 theter free style, 100 meter fr in Umes Spring*, la. Mrs. Victor AckUft of Walnut street has I'i'fuiwu from Cbrinth, Miss., where she visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Velnia Dearman. Dearman Is with the Marine Corps and is en route home from Japan. (cantoned by a recent injury to last year's first vice president, Ba*il Moore of Marshall, which hospitalized him for* tome time. Gent would hove been in line for election to the presidency in 1961. Moore Gent Elected By Funeral Directors CHICAGO < Special! - Ralph Gent of Alton presided over the His election marked Gent's annual convention of the IlllnoisJ25*h year as a funeral director. Funeral Directors A*sn. after be- He will represent the Illinois as remained first vice Rtank ftftmred 'July 2 at Holy Ghost Chord) to) Approximately one-third Of all! JERSEYVtLLE — Miss Bettyjjerseyville. (public school cWldWft ifl th« United States travel to classes iti school buses. J. Klunk of Jeweyvflle who wlllj Ninety guests were present te-a brtfe to July, was honored and hoste at a shower given Sunday at> were MJss the Knights of Columbns Hall in tor the occasion Klunk ^ Jer . Mtes Klunks marri. president. age to Bernard A. Schncttgoecke lrie Burt(m ;ot Carrollton will be at 10 a.m. Mrs . Ma- Kag . Ing elected president here this week In the Conrad Hilton Hotel. soclation at the national convention of funeral directors in Den- Mn day evening following election, gweke of St. Louis, Mr». Ger- The convention ended Wednes- trude Kirbach, Mrs. Hildegarde day evening. Twillman. Mrs. Hilda Schnett- One of every five Americans changed, residence* in 1988. His move up from second viceiver, during October. , Also attending the state con-goecke. and Mrs. Arthur Schnett- Ivention from Alton were Ben goecke of Carrollton and Doro-| • ••hr ««»w »».. **f nwiii owvi lu viv.t;ivctr *JMI i-iig vi»iw; t * .*.••».«..—- — — president, a surprise, was oc-l He assumed his duties Tues-'Staten and 0. Derrell Smith. thy Partwood of Eldred. _ ThM watch frMb, Health THURSDAY, JUNE 1«, DO YOU KNOW! NUMBER OF SAVERS AT NASA FIRST FID- ERAL MAS MORE THAN DOUBLED DURING THE PAST FIVE MONTHS. Plasa First Federal STATE * WALL StS, «*<>*« MO 30 meter back stroke, 50 »et» butterfly, 90 meter breast itwke and 200 meter relay. There •-W1U also be the fancy diving category. The events are open to both boys and girls and entry slips are available at the pool from Don Hubbard, manage*. A Winners of Ota mett will go to *fte sectional and winners of the sectional are eligible to enter state competition at Springfield Aug. 26 and 27. A new record attendance was set at the Roxana Swimming pool June 4 when 1448 swimmers attended. However, attendance has been off the past week due to cool weather. A total of 692 season tickets and 19 senior tickets have been sold to date. Attendance since the pool opened May 28 through June 14 was 9,760 as compared with 10,335 the previous year for the same period. Klssack Given Farewell ROXANA — Robert Kissack, who has been manager of the Roxana Swimming pool for the past two years, was guest of honor at a surprise farewell party Tuesday evening given by pool employes and their families. A potluck was served and he was presented a transistor radio. Young Adults to Meet ROXANA — The Young Adult class of First Baptist Church will have a potluck supper at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Rock Spring Park in Alton. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Gale Malone. Roxana Notes ROXANA — SP 4 Bob Buchanan, son of Mrs. A. G. Buchanan of 109 W. 5th, is on a 15-day furlough from Fort Campbell. Ky. He arrived Tuesday. Next weekend he and his mother will visit relatives Water Carnival Set July 4 at Carlinville Lake CARLINVILLE The fourth annual water carnival will be held July 4 at Lake Carlinville beach area. Plans ai-e now nearing completion for what promises to be one of the greatest carnivals in recent years. There will be a larger display of fireworks and the Prairie Farms train ride, which has been so popular the past years, will be on location Sunday and Monday. The professional Ski-Pals of Alton will present a show and; this year they have added the flying kite act which promises to be one of the most thrilling actsj ever attempted on Lake Carlinville. Supervised boat rides will be available from the beach area, giving everyone a chance to see the beautiful shore line of Lake Carlinville. The carnival will begin at 11 a.m. with the Ski Show and boat rides in the afternoon. Climaxing the day's entertainment will be a large display of aerial fire- workds. The Carlinvilie Junior Chamber of Commerce will have concessions on the grounds and the Jaycee's members will have attendance tickets available. B*PW Picnic CARLINVILLE - The Carlinville Business and Professional Women's Club will hold its annual June picnic meeting at Lake Rinaker Monday, June 20, at 6:30 p.m. The newly elected officers are to be in charge. One of the highlights of the evening will be the initiation of the new members who joined the club this past year. The committee in charge will be Mrs. Harriet Chism, Mrs. Christine Lee, Mrs. Betty Boente, Mrs. Clara Alice Pfaff, Mrs. Rosemary Mack and Miss Mary Ann Koster. Twin* Bora CARLINVILLE - Twins were bora Tuesday at Carlinville Area Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Eugene Swisherof Piasa. The son, Dale Eugene Jr., was born at 4:55 p.m. and the daughter, Deborah Sue, was, born at 5:24 p.m. both weighing 3 pounds each. Deborah Sue died at 6 a.m. Wednesday. Dale Eugene Jr. was taken Wednesday afternoon to the premature center at St. John's Hospital in Springfield. The mother is the former Miss Edith Wagonblast. The twins were the couple'b first children. Modora Eaton Beauty College MEDORA - Miss Linda Hart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hart, entered KitzmUler s Beauty College in Alton Monday. MUs Hart is a member of tbi* year'* graduating class of Southwestern high school. fend Tafefraj* W«at Ad* 300 E. BROADWAY - ALTON FREE STORESIDE PARKING TWICE f HE VALUE! TWICE THE SAVINGS IN THIS OIANT SPECIAL EVENT! . . . HURRY IN FOR THE BEST SELECTION! BUY NOW- PAY LATER LIMITED QUANTITY BOTH FOR 59 FULL-SIZE AND JUNIOR SIZE RECLINERS IMAGINE! A big roomy Recliner for Dad and one just big enough for Junior. And Both fbr this SPECIAL LOW, LOW PRICE! S BOTH FOR WAGON WHEEL BOOKCASE BUNK BEDS $ 36 NEW PLASTIC SAUCER CHAIRS LIMITED QUANTITY BOTH FOR MAKE FIRST PAYMENT IN JUNE! 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BOTH FOR $ 38 Beautiful 9x12 Rug and Rug Pad Luxurious cozy rugs in decorator patterns and colors . . . Woven to give years of lasting service . . . Complete with pad . . . Recover your floors with this LOW PRICE! 2 FOR THE MONEY! OPEN TO 9 P.M. IVIRY MONDAY AMD r»»OAY BOTH FOR 79 2 Big Tufted Sleeper Sectionals Use at handsome sofas during the day, convert to comfortable beds tq^ SLEEP 4 at night. . . Tempered coil seat and back, insulated to distribute weight evenly . . . ROOMY BEDDING STORAGE BELOW SEATS. .. NORGE FAMOUS SELECT-D-FROST Deluxe Features Swiit-Oit 8Mf Bl| HuHter Fill-WMih Oritpar M-Li. Frwiir Easy Payments Ural 7 SAVE! LIMITED QUANTITYI BOTH FOR *28 Quality Mattress and Box Spring r Matching set from a leading manufacturer! Quality feature! * v ' found only in much higher priced »ett. An OUTSTANDING , VALUE. FRANKLIN BUNION COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED 900 EAST BROADWAY FREE STORESIDE PARKING

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