Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 24, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 24, 1960
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Section 2 Pages 13*20 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Established January 15, 1836 ALTON. ILL., FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1960 Wimpress Gets New Committee . Appointment GODFREY — Mwrtl«Ilo College president, Dr. Duncan Wlm- press has been appointed to the Advisory Committee of the 1961 annual meeting of the North Central Association, Dr. William JRoss, president of the North Central Association and Colora- jdo State College announced this ^veek. Dr. Wtmpress will attend the organization meeting of the Advisory Committee Saturday, In Chicago. The elglit comfrtittw «Jfl plan select an «p|»W)pr1 al thtrnt, and tchetfule for the UP81 confwraiKW mtfttnt The Norm Central AwOda«on JtllV »1V» »•• ^n»«« •»•••» » • ••r»»™~ —-it Uw official accrWUttng agw- cy tor collegw, untye«IU«, and secondary schools for ft 22 state area. Over 1,000 representatives from the various member colleges and universities will attend the Spring meeting of the accrediting association. | The great pyramid of Khufuj in Egypt, one of the "seven; wonders of the ancient world,") is still extant. rouwmrrt NOTHING TILL Telegraph Want Ads "Click." TRKKPLANTINt; NEEDED-TYPE OF SHADE RESULTING ^^^f^^^'S^ i^rrM^^ for Art Thoma* whose residence at 1514 Claim is some of the park board visited Cleveland this week group east. shown, the tailing tree went the opposite way. Center and saw the Hill-grown globe- headed locust as it, will picture shows a new locust free in the Market street appear in several years. From left, Dr. Gordon Moore, Godfrey Lions Brettselmeider Says Colts, Giants Should Win Again . - . -JI III" (_*ll£,iivw>« I. i •».»[.»«,•., I v ...... | || Ll| | | Cl I H J II I C% I 4»IJ.O. J-JM»ifc\- t- t- \f\J I, Y V I II I I • I l£> i_/t» I. I \ t 1 H fJO I ... <;ODKHKY Carl Brett.ehnei- "and with the number of good ^ (hf ^^ ^. u,ro hns been , nvlled to fll , the'sta- Jackie Recker and Nancy Mc-!'a ||pd the test and went to Jail. orert as \\ere fathers of thejmeyer of Bothalto is spending Spelling Is Rusty chapter (lift.- were given to: the week visiting her grand- OKLAHOMA CITY dffii — Po- Harry Stobbs. Thomas Jenkins ! mother. Mrs. Wlllinm Sehllef. |J OP . office E. K. Hawk asked a :niri Howard Belt. As an obsen/- Softball On me , teen-age boy what ho was doing nice ol charter night, a history BRU;HTON--ln a girls' soft-j' n tllc tavern and what his name ui Hie chapter was presented., ba |j game p | a yed Tuesday eve-^' WHS - The '^ ''('P 1 ^ h & [ as | ™ m( - Bf:IuHTON — Proceeds from, n was announced that Aug.mlng, the Blaekhawks svonover; vvas >l.u_ Brighton Lodge Sale Nets $164 Hawk looked at i j 11 i \_i 11 i v.^ t * • »v^*,fc--wv..j ».«.... ^ j t y\fi?* ti 111 i*J ui ii *.. ^14 i,>t t« i ft *>*£>• I 111 i i££ i iiiv, 1J ien»r»i»fc*»»i^ci*»v»iv**v.» _ ( the recent white elephant sale 16 has . b ,, on set. aside as advance!the Hed Hots by a store of 131 the ho - v ' s 4"ver s license and -jf thn Brighton chapter Order night and that Mrs. Bangert to 7. Winning battery was! asked him (o spell the name. He dei of the St. Louis Cardinals players coining in this fall the betler hal- .¥1(U.3U. il was announced TIUV lion of treasurer at Carllnville! Afee and losing battery was lay evening at Masonic H-all. June J8. leanie Roach and Patty Chureh- Al>,o announced was Hie grand Kebokuhs to Meet man. Donna Winkler, of the fotitball team predicted at the league .should be Godfrey Lions Club nieetinj- uni-ed than ever." Thursday night at Selhimes As fo] . hjs own leam Bn>lu that the Baltimore Colts and , chlu , idei . said it shou | d bc a Wor ,j 1v matron. Mrs. Norville , j V 0 dee will meet Friday at which brought in three runs. New York-Wants would repeal vplv , nleresllng year. "Last Bangcrt. who will serve on th, ka " LuC ' 81 " ^ eegraph Want Ads "CLICK" chaptei appointment, of the BRIGHTON—Brighton Rebe- Red Hots team, hit a home run • very interesting year. is division champions this fall st , B ^ un .„ of the Cardinal play- jbiluary committee, hut said the way to the title w were ,. ookies a , ld wil h a Shai t'e, members weie hon- wouldn'i IK- as easy for ihem as fll || yea ,.- s experience behind in PB.-I ycfirs. ljlt , ni wf , sno uld be much better'film of highlights of the Carcl- Bictlschneiflei. pne of ilu-lliis fall. Several outstanding inal's 195!) season, then opened top linebackers in the National j college players: have been sign- a question and an.swer period. Professional Football League. <?d, including George Izo. Notre Approximately -15 Lions and said the Chicago Bears in his -Dame's outstanding quarterback: guests attended the meeting, opinion had the best chance of 'a*! year, and they should help| Next meeting of the club will knocking the. Colts-irom the top us greatly," he said. j be on July 11 at Selhimes. rung in the"-Western'.-Division Jimmy Brown, halfback of and the Cleveland Browns and;ihe Cleveland Browns, is the S p.m. al the IOOF Hall. : "fj^o^slu^p^ba'biy is the Visitir.K Grandmother oldest living native mammal in BRIGHTON Joan Kreft-1 North America. Plttsburg Steelers with a fewigreatest back in the league, breaks could take over the top Bretlschneider opined, and is spot in the Elasterii' section. ,by far the hardest runner to "Both divisions have Improv-'down. ed tremendously the past few ; Following Brettschneider's years.'.' Brettsehneldec. 1 said.'talk, he Showed a 30 minute :—Jpgt FREE Donuts and Coffee Every Sunday Morning fOff Prescription rlfEiEi Delivery ZIKE PHARMACY Dial CL 9-2363. Rosewood Hts. SUMMER STORE HOURS Beginning Saturday, June 25 DAILY 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Friday 9 to 9) Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. GODWIN OFFICE SUPPLY Jnc. "Alton's Commercial Siationer" 114 E. BKOADWAY Phone HOward 5-7756 WANTED All The Bugs You Hove Let us kill all your household Insects such as watertuiRs. roaches, sllverflsh. moiiu and so forth. This is not a spray' 01 mist. It's new. safe, efficieni and nontoxic. Call DUdley 4-9377 or Clinton 4-4200 for a free estimate ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOG-RITE EXTERMINATING CO, FLOYD WILLMAN and JAMES SIEBERT operators SEE US FOR ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE LINES OF BUILDING AND REMODELING SUPPLIES AND FIXTURES IN THE ALTON AREA! For Good Lumber Call This Number - HO 5-7701 "Telegraph. 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