Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 22, 1960 · Page 5
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 22, 1960
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 50 Enrolled In Wootlburn Bible School WOODBURN - Daily vacation Bible .school opened Monday at the Congregational Church with an enrollment of 50. Directing the school is Mrs. J. L. Pennington, superintendent of the Sunday school. Wooiflmrn to Meet WOODBURN - The Young Women's Frlkmship of thr Congregational Church will meet at the church Thursday evening with Mrs. Melvin Buhs HS hostess. Entertains Oneats WOODBURN — Visitors at the home- of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Ray Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Allen Welch and children of Rosewood ALTON COUNCIL No. 460 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS DANCE SATURDAY, JUNE 25 MUSIC BY THE ALTONIANS 9—1 SOe PERSON FOR MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS Heights: Mrs. Kate Jones of East Alton: Mr. and Mrs. James Ray and daughter, Donald Ray and son, Kenneth of Bunker Hill: Mr. and Mrs. Waynr Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mullink and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hurley and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Ray and son. Brent, of Bunker Hill. Honor Fathers WOODBURN—Fathers were honored at the Congregational Church Sunday. Each father was presented a gift. A potluck dinner was served in thr church yard at noon to honor thr five new members received May 12. Church Meeting WOODBURN — A meeting of members of thr Congregational Church WHS held Sunda\ afternoon at the church. A report of the building fund was given and a plan presented by the building committee chairman, Ed Cordum, for construction of an education building was approved. 10-DAY SALE Bond's famous casuals that are 100% pure pleasure BERMUDA SOFTIES JAVCEES LEAVE FOR CONVENTION Alton Jaycees left from Grrinania Savings and Loan parking lot Monday evening to attend the national Jayeee convention in St. Louis. The convention started Sunday and will go through Wednesday. Pictured at the bus are: Mrs. Francis Foley, Alton Jayeee president, Charles B. Walters; Mrs. Walters, Auxiliary president; Mrs. Edwin Sless, Siess, and Foley—Staff Photo. Contract Signed for Netc Cottage Hills Post Office MoHcrnettc Club Alerts*- at Merlora MEDORA-The Modernette Club met Monday evening with Mrs. Laverne Prather in Alton, Mrs. My ron Darr being co-hostess. Prices were awarded to Mrs. Herschel Chandler, Mrs. Melvin Ben- netf, Mrs. Alan Fricker, and Mrs. Lester Cox. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be July 18 at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Stanton, with Mrs. Donald Cameron as co-host ess. Medorn Notes . MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Darr and family. Phoenix, Ariz., arc visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Darr. Mr. and Mrs. lius Orth attended family reunion in St. Louis Sunday. Her nephew, Richard Bailer, and family wore leaving to establish their home at Boulder, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. George Bowers and family, Dallas. Texas, were guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. James All Pormt of Inturanet Phone HO 2-0788 BILL ohnson 311 E. Ireodwoy, Alton Combining Collate Hills * Alton Agency Area Wilton. Mrs. Arnold Dwinc uiiuc surgery at the Carlinville Hospital Tuesday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mn. David McKee Sr., were Mrs. Augusta Day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Day, Wheaton; Mrs. Lillian Day, Mr. «nd Mm. Mr. md Mn. DRVtd McKw ft., and family. Mr. afWl Mrs. Qiwtcr Tlmewell, vtsltsd Monday nHQl Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Elliott. Telegraph Want Adi "CLICK" 9A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Dolly 9 A. M. to 1 :00 P. M. \ Sunday* and 4 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. / Holidoyi DELIVERY! WASHINGTON. D. C. — Senator j Everett M. Dirkscn has been advised by Postmaster General Arthur E. Summei'field that ;i contract has been signed for the con- ; struction and lease to the Post Of-: I fice Department of a new post ol- I fice building at Cottage Hills. III.; The successful bidders are Mr. ; and Mrs. Frank C. Kytc, 5'J3 S. i Capitol Avenue. Lansing, Mich. Files $2.5,000 Suii Against Alton FREE.. Kitchen Planning Service EDWARDSVILLE — Alton Speedway. Inc.. an automobile race track northeast of Godfrey, j Groundbreaking and construction! wa s named defendant in a S25,- lof the new post office will beginJOOO damage suit filed late Moni soon, with completion and occu- •pancy set lor Dec. 1, I960. The lease will run for 10 years, with day in Circuit Court by a woman patron ol the track who alleged she suffered ; two 5 year renewal options included in the contract. severe injuries track parking Phone HO 5-88/8 IMtr "gtrmvfa Stftiti" ly Mail BONDS, 117 W .3rd, Alton, III. Pair* Sit* C«l«r AM Mritt !•«, H any. Mt 4« thippim b*. fMd 4*liv«v •»•. AM M« l«f C.aD.'t. Every step is pure pleasure — there's NO BREAKING IN! Choose Brushed-Buk in desert sand or charcoal. Sizes 6&-12. • months to pay with no down payment DAIILVO 117111 DQNII S, 117 W. Open Men., Fri. Till 9 P.M. Dial HO 5-8818 a tall at the IHSI June J7. This completely modern post ol- Plaintiff in the suit was Pearl fice will be located on the south-; Allen, address undisclosed, who cast corner of Ray street and Mac-j averred she WHS u Hiking thrm.".:!i 'Arthur roiid. The front will be con-, the parking area when, be- .struclcd ol face brick with cxtcns-i cause of poor lighting, she loll ivc use ol plate glass. The sides! into a deep automobile tire ml will be lace brick and the bacKtor hole and sullcred injuries, common brick. It will provide '2.2(X) she charged negligence on square Icel ol interior floor space, a l.")U sciuarl tool loading platform, and :;.TU2 square feel ul bard surfaced area for parking and truck maneuvering. Specifications also call lor air Ihi 1 part of the track in permitting the ppiking lot to IT- 'main in an alleuedly dangerous and hazardous condition. Kdward N. Schwgel, listed uis an Alton resident, was conditioning, modern lighting and j named detendant in a $125.000 equipment, including a low. open i suit for damages filed also . patron-service counter. a filed Monday in Circuit Court over injuries suffered by a ' The Australian Council of i mo |,,,.j s | j,, uvo-ear collision last Salaried and Professional As-inarch ]i) un ^; 55. Highway 27 >ociaiioii voted Sydney to press about a mile south of the town tor a 5-day 3U-houi week for ,,f Lake Wales in Polk Coun- whilc - collar worker-. |y. Kla. Nathan (iiilman. whose ad- GERSMAN & CO. JOHNS-MANVILLE HOME RENEWAL HEADQUARTERS »^^>^%>%%»»»^%>%^^>%>%>%>%%^»^^%^»^%%%>^»»^^^^%^%%^%%>^%%>^%^^>^^>^^>»y»»^»'»^^»^ i »^>^^^^^^^ 10™ ANNIVERSARY SALE: >»*»»»»»•»»*»•»»»*» »»%»»»»»»%»»»» »»»\\V» »•»»»%•»»»>•»»•» »W»'»»»'»\'»»\»\»»'»V»'»V»»»'»»^»»»\»^»V»\»»»\\»»»»»»»»»»V» AT OUR NEW OFFICE AND SHOWROOM 2643 E. 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BROADWAY AT iERINQ - ALTON dress was not disclosed in the complain!, filed the suit against Sehwcgel. alleging that be sustained injuries when his southbound automobile eullided with the defendant's oncoming machine al tlie location set out it, the complaint. •U\ Kims In The I'amily COLUMBUS. OHIO (/Pi Come.- .Ian. 'M, ami Mr. and Mi's. K. Ucan Col'fman shell out for birthday cakes Their three children all wen burn on thai dalr. The lalesl arrival, a girl, uas born lasl .Ian. L'ti. Ann, 6. and Timothy. ,"), also have Jan. ^(j| birthdays. In fact, ^6 is a prclly liu/ky number around I hi- Cuffmun home. Mis. Coll man was born on Nov. ?6. and -ho met her husband on L»ec. 'M, in HI-IH. PHONE HO 5-5511 from kitchen experts 2 Plans drawn to scale of your new kitchen e booklet of new kite-hen ideas 4 One package contract including financing A Joy to Own and Use . . . Designed with You in Mind! CUSTOM BILT KITCHENS One Cabinet or a Complete New Kitchen (ilioire of Styles . . . \V'oo«lh . . . 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