Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1960 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 20, 1960
Page 22
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNgaO,1960 Bunker Hill Civic League Entertained Mrs. A. tt. Wls* w«u assisting) hostess. Mrs. Luther Mason, president, j At CottiffC Hills M>.l/t<u<f /WTO* fho hlUfnfft*' ' BL'NKKR MILL, members and one school it UtrtvwWty oi Bryant ittewted daw senricm in rural flre fighting. Classes presided over the business! -^-l,.-,-. 0 „.,,_ ... jtor volunteers In fhe Cottage meeting. Mrs. Hairy Janes was COTTAGE HILLS - "»!„„,, Department will get under iappointed general chairman of Chief BUI Bryant recently com-j w 'the county meeting that will be pieted a four-day fire training! — 'held here at the Congregational — — ' - 1 "" Church Sept. 23. Mr*. Mason re- "American Home." There will Thirteen ported on the district hoard HEITZ OPTICAL Mrs meeting held at the L.ydla Dey, were present Friday afternoon at the regular meeting of the Civic League at the home of Mrs. Walter Heal. meeting of the organize :tion In July and on Aug. 19 the . Country Club on June 6. Mrs. annual potluck supper will. be Lydia Dey joined the organize- held at the Legion Park at 7 tion. Mrs Mason spoke on p.m. for members and their fa- the milieu. GODWIN omul; SUPPLY INC. N0W IrMflfttf IH MITROPOUTAN 11.00. 10? KINKY fT. Stop in, wi will bt happy te wrve «H y« ur «P ffcil fletdt «f our n«w location. CHARLIS J, HIIH IBWAW P. MUtti, Jr. BPWC GIFT TO HI-FI Business & Professional Women's Springman, vice-president of the Hox- Club tunied tn to the Hospital Improve- pital Improvement Fund, Inc. Others rnenl Fund 30 per cent more than its in the photo are Mrs. Andrew H. Witty, pledge. Miss Grace Postlewait, chair- president of BPWC and Miss .Mary Sidman of the hospital improvement fund well, junior past president. — Staff committee, presents cheek to John J. Photo.) Plan Benefit Game atBrighton BRIGHTON an all-female jpies and foods for the Brighton ; picnic, slated for Friday and Saturday on Brighton's down;town streets, began Saturday, 'with members of the top four | girls' softball teams acting as Plans to stage j solicitors, benefit softball! ln nlum for their work of was received by William C. Tayl-i pr. pi-esident of a non-profit gen-j era! welfare corporation that; will direct construction and op- 1 eration of the swimming pool. More than $25,000 has been raised lor the project. game 6n July 4 may be scuttled unless more women rally to the soliciting, the softball program wil1 recelve 4 «upport from the call for registration on the. wo-t picniri Association, a sponsor of 'men's team, Mrs. Troy .Meyer,!""? softball program said. a member of the softball sponsor- j nil fl 1 ing committee, has announced, j O^tlldltO f OOl . It will be necessary to haVe| between 10 and 15 women on the' \Vffcf*MPf*tt til team which will play against a n UI ncl 8 IU team made up from two o| the BETHALTO _ Workers par- older girls' softball teams, Mrs. ; tfd pi ting in a drive to raisp Meyer said. If enough players; funds for construction of a swim- can be raised, there will be a, mlng ^ in Bctllalto wiu at . benefit game, with funds going , end a ral , y Wednes(luv at 8; 15 to support the girls' softball pro-I p>m _ in the Fire House it has gram, and a stand of foods and lbeen announced by Drivp C h«i.. drink will br operated in «on.' man Lynn ciuussen. nection with the game. A gtate chai . ter , )amjng thej Picnic Plans p, JO | authority the "Town and! ' BRIGHTON — Solicitation of Country Swimming Association"; FOR THE FASTEST and BEST SERVICE Let Us Process Your Film. Black and White or Color. Open Every Xlt«? 'Til JO Open Tonight Till 9 P.M. CHILDKKVN Dl RABI.K CANVAS PLAY SHOES With Built-in Arch. 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