Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 22, 1960 · Page 8
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June 22, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGB BIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, I960 High Degree Conferred On 2 DeMolays at Jersey candidate for tto degree, Is a past master councilor of the De- Molay Chapter at White Hall. The Chevalier honor was conferred on the candidates by the following chevaliers: Robert Denby of the Alton Chapter, grand _ _ „ ... . . . _ -. , commander; Stanley Short, com- JERSEYVILLE - The Cheva- ville candidate. John 0. Bloonvj^^ |f) {he we8t f Ronnie Ge , 5 .j Her Degrw, high DeMolny honor, jer, Is leaving July 4 for Annap-j| cr commander in the south; Was conferred by the Jerseyville oils. Md.. to enter the t'nltedjDavid Cope, grand chaplain; J. Chapter Order of DeMolays Sat- states Naval Academy. He isjD. Grabbe, grand marshal. j urday evening on two candidates. „ pas t master councilor of the! A delegation of approximate-i John G. Bloomer of Jerseyville i Jersey ville DeMolay Chapter; ly forty DeMolays from the Alton and Stewart C. Greene of White anr j was graduated in June from \ Chapter, and a group from the! Hall. |the Jersey Community High! White Hall Chapter were herej The ceremony took place at a. School where he maintained a [for thr ceremonies. j special meeting as the Jersey-1 high scholastic standing and had! Following the meeting thel — taken prominent parts in extra, Jprwyvillo D r M o I a y Mothers, Hl*4*»««l flat* A Mil icurricular activities, in addition! Circle served refreshments. ; I laKUGU Udl HIIQ ito participHtinj? in church and! Children Treated II* LA ^LIII-JJ^»! communit y events ' Bloomer Is JERSEYVILLE - Two small nlKllllllltnBl3lluer |lhp son of Mrs John G • Bloomc ' 1 'Children were treated al the Discomfort? fc Unwl«« eating or drinkinf may Be • •ource of mild, but annoying Madder lrr|. bitldnir—making you feel re»tle««. ten»e, and uncomfortable. And If restless niunU, with nagging backache, headache or mua- cular aches and pains due to over-exertion, •train or emotional upwt, are adding to your mlsery-don't wait—try Doan s Pills. Doan'i Pills act 8 ways for speedy relief. 1 - They have a aoothlng effect on bladder Irritations. 2-A fast paln-reliev. Ing action on nagging backache, bead- achf», muscular aches and pains. 8 — A wonderfully mild diuretic action thru the kidneys, tending to Increase the output p( the 15 miles of kidney tubes. So, get the same happy relief millions have enjoyed for over 60 years. New, large, economy size saves money. Get Doan i Full today t and the late Mr. Bloomer of Jer-i Jersey Community Hospital Mon- seyville day aflcl ' '^ey ha( * swallowed H ' During the sen-ice Robert Den- bv of the Alton Chapter, of medk ' ine at their thr ;s|wetivr homes grand commander of the ritualis-i tic work, presented a DeMolay ( Bible to Bloomer, a long time friend, and he read a letter of congratulation to the candidate from "Uncle" Ed Juttemeyer who had been head advisor of the MR ' hiiel ;*»" »' Dnrd Mr. of 18 and Mrs. Alton DeMolay Chapter for 37; years. Stewart Greene, the other became ill. He was brought to the local hospital where a sto-! •mauh lavage was administered SALE; 1 ^^H • Big Selection • Crepe ^^1 Sole • Sizes 4 to 9 • Well ^^H known brand • Blue • Red il>B * Beige • Black. Reg. 2.»»Stile Starts Tomorrow, Continue* 11 Uu.vs. LADIES' MISSES' $2.98 CANVAS WASHABLE PUMPS and CASUALS 2 PAIRS 2.99 All Other Men's, Women's, ChihJren'N Shoes Also Reduced for This Siile. Western Shoe Stores and he was released after treat- merit. At g:10 p m tnc sarne evening Kathleen Lock, 22-month-o I d daughter of County Clerk and Mrs. Tom Lock o f Jerseyville swallowed a quantity of baby tisplrin. A stomach lavage was administered at the Jersey Community Hospital and following treatment, returned home. B & PW Picnic JKKSfcYVILLK — Members of the Jerseyville Business and Professional Women's Clul) and their families and guests, enjoy- tlerseyvtile an Invitation to b*taf to all of the various crafts of » * •n « mum. Aatr 1 iftbor in the APW to Dnnj ureir JUIWtnU rfcniC nwmmj t•" ' v # . JERSEYVILLE - The South- families and participate tn we iern Illinois Wage Earners will gathering with th« Jersey, have a picnic and basket din-1 Greene and Calhoun counties 'ner at the Mount Olive Lake at Central Trades Caa ^' There will be refresnmeTJts on I Mount Olive all day Sunday. J 11 ^,,, grounds and among I There will be several speakers;^ r ecreaUons planned will be land various awards made dui- {ismn g ling the day. This is the annual '. _—- ••mtrtt" I picnic of the organization and Telegraph Want Ad» CLICK Just Arrived Sleeveless and Sunback DRESSES Hundreds of Them Sites 12 to 20, !4'/j to 24'A, 46 to 52. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass VOLUNTEERS BUILD WALL FOR WIDOW Schaffnrr, Jim Ohley, Bob Kirbuch, Clarence Smith, Fred Clausen, Jim Perry, Paul Ruedin; seated from left, Irv Stratton, Ralph Bayley, Roger Lock.—Photo by J. A. Crivello. These are 10 of 14 Illinois Bell Telephone Co. em- ployes \vho built a retaining wall Saturday for Mrs. Jeanette Schaffner, 2311 Tlbbitt St., widow of a telephone company employe. Standing from left: Karl ed a politick picnic supper Monday <'\cniiig at the home of Many wearers of false teeth nave , ,. ,. <•<• i • j u •uffered real embarrassment becausa Miss Celia Sinclair and nei their plate dropped, slipped or wofo- . ,. c . . • bled at just the wrong time Do not mother. Mrs. Emma Sinclair. > live In fear of this happening toyou. . „„,„,,,,.<,rl ttvii <u>vi>i-il i Just sprinkle a littleT PASTEETH, ' " was announced th.it sevn.il the alkiillne jnon-acldi powder, on ! 0 f mt , dub members will attend your plates. Hold false teeth mor« u ... , , ,u firmly, so they feel more comfort- thi 1 leadership conference at me able. Does not sour._Chccks^latj Abl . it)uim Lincoln Hotel in Spring- Man Injured »«/'««"«^ tt " ie • ^ i 'Father of ~ In Lrasn Near Fieldon At Jerseyville odor breath". Oet FASTEETl drug counter* everywhere. field on July 10. i Earl Dickey, pastor of the First | Methodist Church, was guest [speaker al the annual Daughter 'and Father Banquet of the Jer- iseyville Assembly Order of Rain- ibow for Girls given at 8:30 a.m. | on Father's Day at the Masonic Hall. Approximately 50 were in -; aUcndance an(j membei , of the Club served ffllGIDNffi Brand New Deluxe Food Freezer In a Compact Size for Today's Modern Homes! 10.39 cu. ft. Only 28" wide JERSEYVILLE - Asa Beck-; i ,,.„.,....„,,,.. M ner who holds a life member - : miinbo7Vothers J L H S h V V I L L L- Nuriimn s hj p on the Board of Deacons of; the mca| Kallal of Can-oil ton sustained (he First Baptist Church where ...'... .-serious injuries in an automo- | u , has been a member for -13 Tnis '"ay be a record year tor jbilc accident seven miles west years, was recognized at the British emigration to Australia. of Fieldon on Rt. 16 about 1 morning worship o'clock Monday afternoon. Sunday morning I The car in which Kallal was Day. His son. Illger Hiding al the time went out of presently serving as ;i member i control on a curve in the high-i O f the Board of Trustees, pinned iway and rolled over several a boulonniei-e un Ihe honorec times. during the ceremony, I Kallal was alone at the time Ml . Bei . kner Wils c | lo . sen as land sulfered a possible skull .service there Nearly 10,000 left for Down Under on Father's i" (he first three months, London Beckner, reports. Have You Been Looking for Jamaicas? Our customers tell us that we have the largest and finest selection in Alton. Sizes 8 to 44. 217 Piaso St. lacerations .. Kalhei . 0 , lho Y car" at the l .,. (thel . Son Banquet ,, eld at NOW ONLY and injuries about the head. He t , K> L . hui . d , i^.jday evening, be- was brought to the Jersey Com- jng named fo| . ^^ nono| . by the munity Hospital by Jacoby Bai)tist lMt ,,,- s Fellowship. Brothers ambulance where he ^ d , we|vc men was given emergency treatment and and admitted as a patient. pnjoy £ a ^.^ stpak ^ pper jn Dcino Women Meet the cnu ,. ch dining room, served JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Ernest by the woimen under direction of Ferenbach was hostess to t h e Mrs. Charles \Vorsham and Jersey County Women's Uemo- Mrs. Kenneth DeBerry. cralic Club at her home south - rhc g ,. oup sang tlll , doxology of Jerseyville Monday evening. a|u| me Rev Hal . old E Lane A politick supper uas enjoyed |)uslol . gilve t | lt , lJra>L ,,.. on the lawn of the Ferenbach Up ^. Warren Fjlkjn Q{ chi home prior to the meeting. as H , ajl , , ead . Mrs. .lark Perns pres.dent. , hp , he .. o( the business , ., ° 'with a Message. During the Sam Stephenson , r . . . 1 e\(>ning he performed many teats of magic lo the delight of his audience Mrs. Melvin Gel These Features— S full width shelves New iiutKiu'tif door seals air tight all around Model OH).10.60 o room) door shriven Kxtra-thick, hiith-effi la I ion int>u. FLOOR MODEL BARGAINS FREEZERS Req. Sale 13 Cu, Ft, Frijidaire, Chest Type $299,95 $238 18 Cu, Ft, Frigidairt, Chtst Typi 409,95 328 15 Cu, Ft, Frigidain Upright Freezer 389,95 278 WASHERS-DRYERS REFRIGERATORS Reg. Sale 12,3 Cu, Ft, Refrigerator-Freezer (Yellow) $429,95 $298 11 Cu. Ft,—60 Lb, Freezer 219,95 198 13 Cu, Ft,—70 Lb, Freezer 248 13 Cu, Ft,—2 Door 314 AIR CONDITIONERS Deluxe I960 Fri(, Dryer Deluxe I960 Frig, Washer Rtg. $189.95 249,95 329.95 Sole Custom Imperial Dryer One Vi-lluM, Cine Charcoal Custom Imperial Washer 399.95 Uiif \cllo\\, One Charcoal Deluxe Gas Dryer 229,96 Super (I960) Electric Dryer 139.95 I H,P, 110 Volt 1 H,P, 220 Volt li H,P, 13,600 B.T.U. 2 H.P, 220 Volt Reg. $286.95 $198 276,95 209 389,95 265 439,95 369 298 MISCELLANEOUS .was in charm meeting. Mrs. invited the club to be her guests at their July meeting and Miss Ann Maguire will entertain the group in August. Mrs. Lena Abbott was a guest of the club and joined the organization later in the evening. Treated for Injuries JERSEYVILLE — James French, 4. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert French of Jerseyville. fell; uhilc swinging at his home about noon Monday and fractured his right arm. He was given emergency treatment at the Jersey; Community Hospital and later, transferred to St. Joseph's Hos- 1 pithl in Alton. j Martin Marshall. 115. son of: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Marshall, of Jer- > seyville. fell at 1 p.m. Monday when he stumbled over a gallon jug while visiting in Otturville He suffered a laceration of the ileft hand, requiring sutures He was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital and released. Announce Birth of Daughter JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Miller of Aurora, III., are announcing the! I birth of a daughter on June 17 |Mn an Aurora hospital. The baby has been named Lee Ann and she weighed 6 pounds 14 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Homer Lawder of Jersey- I1 ville and Ihe lale Dr. Lawder. | Mrs. Miller was formerly Miss Palsj Lauiifi Tin couple has a son. Ua\ id. - Mrs Lawder. who is ,i school nurse with C'om mumis I'ml luu i> ^pending Miiiu tune HI the Miller liunu in Aurora \\isclicarl and Mrs. Wesley Carpunky were in charge of the kitchen committee for the event. Untertaiii Fathers JERSEYVILLE - The Rev. WE FEATURE A COMPLETE LINE OF KYANIZE HOUSE PAINT LATEX PAINTS PRICED FROM $459 Gol. Draperies Carpeting Wall Paper Floor Tile • Wall MONTICELLO COLOR CENTER MONTICELLO PLAZA, GODFREY Phone HO 6-3941 WILSHIRE Paint and Hardware WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER East Alton. CL 4-2850 EARN This High Rate on Passbook Savings and Paid Up Certificate Accounts at ALTON SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 40 Gal, Water Heater Dishwasher (yellowy MANY ONE OF A KIND ITEMS • • SEE THEM TODAY Open Man. and Fri Nittf Till 9 P.M. Open Men. and Fri. Nitei Till 9 P.M. HLTOn REFRIGERRTIDn CO. A ut homed SM f. ItOAOWAY Sales and Service." DIAL MO $-7721 VACATION AND HOLIDAY SILVER DOLLAR DRY OLEANINO SPECIAL THIS WEEK 909 f. Iroodway 2012 State St. 224 f. fta 434 N. WM4 livtr Avf. S A V E by the 15th EARN from the 1st DIAL HO 2-0066 ItOH SAVINGS & LOAN Association TEMPORARILY LOCATED AT 617 E. BROADWAY IIUMOU

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