Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 28, 1960
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TUESDAY, JUNE 28,1930 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Dinner Honors Cairolltoti Woman CARROLLTON - M«. John Elnwre was honored Saturday evening at a birthday dinner in Kun« at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elmore. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Allen and children, Mike Warren, and Mrs. Cleda Berry of Kane and John Elmore of Carrollton. Callers during the, evening were the Rev. and Mrs; Harry Potter and son ot Kane. Attending Meeting CARROLLTON — John Carter Jr., president of flit county Farm Bureau and • member from District IS ot Ac tentative resolutions committee of the I.A.A., went to Chicago Tuesday to remain over Tfiow- day attending a meeting <rf the committee. Granp to Mecl CARROLLTON - Members of ip Greene County Rural Youth group will have a wiener roast and recreational program Wednesday evening in Carrollton city park. Tom Handltn is in charge of plans for the recrea tional program. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Kinser, Carrot!tort, Wed 50 Years Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally 104 W, Third St. Alton HO 5-8851 on famous form bras and Skippies A favorite Skippies Reg. $5 3.99 • First quality Formfit Skippies — famous for light control! • Gentle nylon elastic net sJMming! • Firm satin elastic front panel! • 2% inch waistband slims waistline! • Machine washable! • Pantie No. 815—Girdle No. 915 • White, S.M.L. FORMFIT FIBER FACTS: Rayon, cotton, rubber, elastic front panel; body elastic, nylon, rayon, rubber. Romance Bra Beg. 2.50 1.99 • Cool cotton with nylon lace! • "Nylo-Braid" circle-stitched cups for lasting uplift! • Elastic front release for comfort! • Elastic back strap release for stretch room! • Long wearing self straps! • Style No. 507, White, 32 to 36A, 32 to 38B and C. FORMFIT FIBER FACTS: All cotton with all nylon upper bust. CARROLLTON - Mr. and MR. Otfw Klnser, who will hnvp been married 90 years Aug. 20. will be guests of honor at a celebration of the event held Sunday, July 3, In the form of open home from 2 to 5 p.m. at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert an line through the Meniter- ranpan 'to Italy where they will visit places of interest In mat country as well as other parts of Europe until September. They plan to attend the Olympics in Rome, to have an audience with the Pope, and also attend tfte Passion Play in Oberammergau Mumebrotik. The celebration is [in the Bavarian Alps, being held now Instead of August because a daughter of the Fracture* Arm to fan CARROLLTON — Miss Betty couple, Mrs. Basil Florence of' Berkeley, Calif., is visiting here. f; ord ' 1S - aauR"^ 1 * of Mr - and Klnser, son of the late Mr. and Mrs - Adam No ™- ™<*n«l *« Mrs. Isaac R. Kinser, and Miss! * arm near " le shoulder Frt- Ethel Early, daughter'of the late' day ev e nln S wn en she fell from Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Early, n hav wa K°" flt her homc near were married Aug 20, 1910, at the home of the bride's parents. The ceremony was performed by the late Rev. W. W. Lewis of White Hall. Attendants were Mrs. Rose Blair of West Bend, Iowa, sister of the groom, and the late Lester Early, brother of the bride. Following their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Kinser made their home on a farm in Greene County and have continued farming all of their married life. They now live east of Carrollton. Both are members and active workers in the Providence Baptist Church east of Carrollton. Kinser is also a member of the Greene Coun- y Home Bureau. They were the parents of four ihildren. They are Mrs. Basil 3 rice of Berkeley, Calif., Russell W. Kinser of Webster Groves, Kenneth Kinser and Mrs. Robert Munzebrock, both of Carrollton. Carrollton. All-Star Game CARROLLTON — Members of group will play an All-Star team selected from four Khourey League teams in the 7 to 9 age group will play anAll-Star team from Greenfield Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Carrollton City Park Honored at Dinner CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Gene Willis of this city who were married 18 years Monday and their grandfather, Milton Willis of Jerseyville, who was 90 Sunday, were guests of honor at a family dinner given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Willis. Gene Willis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Willis, and Miss Marie Godar, daughter of Mrs. August Godar of Hardin and the late Mr. Godar, were marcied in St. Charles, Mo., in a double wedding ceremony in which each They have 18 grandchildren and couple were attendants for the (other. Mr. and Mrs. Howard JGerson of Fieldon were their attendants. Following their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Willis spent their wedded life in and near Carrollton and Jerseyville and are at present living in Carrollton where Willis is employed in a sale capacity by the Simpson Motor Co. Mr. and Mrs. Willis are the parents of three daughters, all at home, Carol Jeanne, Kathryn one great-grandchild. Parents of Twins CARROLLTON - M.Sgt. and VIrs. Charles Eugene Graves of Pemberton, N. J., are the parents of twin sons, Darrell and David, born Monday in the McGuire Airforce Base Hospital. They are the fourth children of the couple and the first boys, the other two being girls, Cathy and Nancy. Mrs. Graves is the former MaYtha Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bums Smith ofl joan and EUzabeth Jane Wil1 " IS. At the dinner Sunday are five this, city, and Sgt. Graves is the son of Rufus Graves oi this . . . „,,„. , ., city and the late Mrs. Graves. ?T r * tl0ns ° theu ^" ta f f mTlly> including Milton Willis of Jer- Hospltal Notes CARROLLTON — Three babies were born during the weekend at Boyd Memorial Hospital including a daughter Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Quiller of Mozier, a daughter Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Scoggins of Carrollton and a son Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Smith of Rockbridge. Admitted to the hospital Saturday were Mrs. Stella Hillis of| Carrollton and Mrs. Beulah Holtswarth oi Eldred. Admitted Sunday were Mrs. Helen Allen, Carrollton, Mrs, Meta Barringer, Kane, and Mrs. Myrtle Eyer, Carrollton. Udmitted Sunday for sur- seyville, his son, Emory Willis, Carrollton, his daughter, Mrs. Ernest Martin, Carrollton, her White Hall, Miss Linda Goode, Greenfield and Francis Grafford of Jerseyville. Admitted Monday were Phillip Farrelley of Carroll- Gustine of daughter, Mrs. Sandra Crawford Jerseyville, and her daughter, Miss Christie Crawford, also of Jerseyville. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Miss Vicki j Elmore and Robert Elmore of I Kane were, guests Tuesday of ' their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Floras Voiles Jr., and daughters returned home Sunday from a vacation in the Ozarks, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Geers spent Sunday in Barry with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Reynolds. Larry Doyle left Saturday for Ocala, Fla., on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and children were dinner guests Sunday evening in Eldred of Mr. j land Mrs. Richard Brannan. NEW OFFICERS FOR ROTARY John Jehle (left) was installed as president of Alton Rotary Club and Louis ftuttenvorth (right) of the Wood River club by former district Oov. Lloyd Coffman (center) of Rood- house, at art interclub ladies' night din* ner in Hotel Stratford Monday night. At rear are Alton retiring president James Lewis and Wood River past president William Luening. 50 Couples Licensed in 6 Months at Greene CARROLLTON — During the past six months 50 marriage li- Helen Ostermann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ostermann, who is to be married July 9 to Joe Schnelt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnelt, was honored at a kitchen shower Sunday the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs Clinton Johnlsee of Glen Ellyn and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Early of Palmyra. Beer drinking in growing stead censes were issued in the officejafternoon at the home of Mr.lily in Japan. of County Clerk Ray Bennett I™ 1 * Mrs - William Vandersand. | —-—--—--—---and during the month of June hostesses being Miss Mary Helto date 17 licenses have beenl en Vandersand, Miss Helen Ann issued including the three which were issued on June 24. One was issued to Carl R. Maguire and Miss Mary L. Pence of Rockbridge; one to Howard C. Hensley and Miss Mary Harding, both of Roodhouse and one to John Griffith of Chapin and Miss " Sandra Smock of Jacksonville. Kitchen Shower CARROLLTON - Miss Mary Ostermann of this city and Miss Janet Keller of St. Louis. Tenth Birthday CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. John Grizzle entertained at dinner Sunday at their home in celebration of the 10th birthday of their daughter, Marsha. Guests were Mrs. Ruby Vorhies, Miss Donna Vorhies and Mrs. Ora Grizzle of this city, Mrs. Fred Wendt a/id Mrs. Herman Doerr both of Alton. Callers in Open Mon.. Frl. Till » p.m. Ladles' Wedgies SPECIAL SALE OF Nationally Advertised 12.99 seller*. Sizes 4 to 12 AAAA to E $ widths IVI:STI;H\ SHOI: si OKI;* SOl-flfl F. KrnndtMiv MfMN) WORO - Mr. and Mn. Reid Brflzlw flfiftrtahlpd St0l* day with a barbecue and picnic dinner at their home. Duetts were Mr. and Mn. Robert Gam and son of Brighton, Mr*. Jamea Gloss and children, Rosewood Heights; Dr. and Mm, J. J. Dobrinsky and family, Illlopolis; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brazier and son, Michael; Mr. and Mn. Parian Mans and family, ana Mrs. Margaret Kabel. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cooper and family returned Sunday 'rom Kentucky Lake, near Benton, Ky., where they spent a vacation. Three Alton couples tolned them on the trip. Thty were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price, Mr. and Mrs. Graves Todd and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Stlrltz and family. Mrs. Paul Roley and children of Sterling are visiting Mn. toley's partnts, Mr. and Mn. Maurice Dorsey. Mr. and Mrs. Roley have just returned from lalifornta where Roley's high school debating team competed i t HButnMu nOMM II *^^^M£ ^I^^Mfettfe scnora CUT mult Mf. atld Mrs< HWiy and MR of £|^^ ^-^^^^ ^M| m nonw R parenu, Mf. sney^ where tfwjr week't vacation. Dr. and Mn. 3, and children visiting at the hern* Mn. J. L. DranieT days. TheLadlw Aid Soefityef local Presbyterian CMmfe '.. meet all day Thunday fortfOt* Tasmania had AtMMfia's larfMt percentage of chUd (brides ufioer 16, 18) in the last yew of ncuvd, Hobart reports. SHOP IY CATALOtUi... Iff ffocr and CratMtiMf Inventory June 30th PRE-INVENTORY SALE OF ALL MERCHANDISE NOW ON! Savt up to /4 Bafori Juna 30 4TH A PIASA ALTON ton and Harley Greenfield. Dismissed Sunday were Mrs.; Ml , s Basi , Florence and two Betty Long of Hillview and Mrs. j children o{ Be( . kelev , calif., are Barbara Howtend of Carrollton. ! d , severa , days with her Dismissed Monday were Leslie! t M and M Otno Kin . Carter and Alfred Diebert, both ^ pr of Carrollton. To Visit Europe New SOARS TO TOP PUCE! NOW OUTSELLS ALL OTHER COMPACT SEDANS OF EVERY MAKE ACROSS AMERICA BECAUSE IT HAS WHAT AMERICANS WANT CARROLLTON — A. Rastello of Hardin ,and his daughter and Miss Kathryn Joan spending this week in Willis is ; Jerseyville with her cousins, Mr. andj Mrs. Bruce Crawford. son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Val Mrs. Daisy Boirun of this cityj Kallal of Jerseyville and another daughter, Mrs. Neil Carrico of this city, will leave Sunday for New York City from which place they will sail on the Itali- BUK with the new new trimly tapered Continental toe ONLY 3.99 Nfw took to • top favorit*! Superb brushed leather in « shapeholding n«w ea*u*l th»t will stay shapely for life, thanks to steel shanks. Cusb-n-cr«p« coles and Charcoal or wndtan. Sizes 6H-12. HO 5-8818 fetor "UKKV^MK" to Mo* Boo4'f. 117 W. >rtf. Alum UL underwent major surgery Thurs-j day in Our Saviour's Hospital in Jacksonville. Her sister, Mrs. Emma Piper of North Hollywood, Fla., has arrived and is visiting a brother and sister-in-law, Mr. | and Mrs. Harvey Hubbard, until! -e* $_ 117 W. Third St. Open MOI H Fri. Till 9 P.M. Mrs. Boirun returns from the hospial after which she wttT spend several weeks at the Boi- i run home. j . Miss Elizabeth Jane Willis h>j i spending a few days in the coun-j try with her uncle and aunt,! i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Martin. j Miss Janet Keller and J o e • Harney, both of St. Louis, spent Sunday here with the former's parents, Mr. and - Mrs. Frank j Keller. A2c Linda Behringer, who is! stationed at Travers Airforce i Base in California, is spending! a leave with her parents, Mr. j and Mrs. Dan Behringer in Chi-| cago, and will arrive here thisj weekend to visit her grandpar-| ents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter White! in White Hall and her cousins ,j Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kessie in this city. j Mayor and Mrs. Richard Gill-; er of this city and Mrs. W. E. | Strang of Wood River were' guests Sunday in Wood River of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Holland. Mr. and Mrs. John Bicket and children left Sunday for Cusper,! , Wyo., to spend a vacation with' ! Mrs. Bicket's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bush. Bicket is Greene County | farm adviser. Mrs. Burns Smith left Tuesday for Pemberton, N. J., where she will visit her son-in-law and daughter, M.Sgt. and Mrs. C. E. Graves, and assist in the care of the twin sons born Monday to M.Sgt and Mrs. Graves. Mrs Smith's daughter, Mrs. William Parker ol Dallas, Te«., who has been at the Graves home in Pemberton the past three weeks, jwill arrive within a fr* days | to spend some time before returning to her home in Dallas The Ford Falcon effort a ehoie* of Tudor and Fordo* modolt. This price includes: Foam Cushions Arm Ruts Oil Filtir Sunvisor Dirtetionil Signals $ 1912. oo Locust* recently settled over several thousands sqaure miles in Pakistan, Karachi leanw. Built by Americans for American roads CHUCK DIERING FORD SALES. INC. 1400 C, BROADWAY * HOWARD 9.5531

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