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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JU;>iE 28, 10GO ts Install New Officers at Wood River I^OOD RIVIffi-OfHctri of the lofM AftWrtMfl v£t£fWM », MM Auxiliary will n joint II, 8 p.tti., Thursday «t Alton of Foreign Wars Methodist Ministers CameTla were *» ^ _, commander JJ.0VG SWWlMfr, chapter WOOD RTVER - Three new ministers and thetr families wprej B ' nd ;"' ha y f high'at' h(,mc" WoodRivcrCirl, I Falls From UpstairsWindow WOOD RIVER -Three tiny tots were the only emergency patients treated at Wood River Township Hospital Monday. Deanna M. Unterbrink, 2, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gor- a'd .1. Unterbrink of Moro. was admitted at 2:45 p.m., for a head Injury incurred when she fell out of a window a story honored at the regular monthly fellowship meeting of the District Methodist ministers Monday at She was reported in fair condition. Mrs. Untprbrink said that she her hands and went through «JKl social hour thej formal meeting „, «fthptcr members are ftKWted M guests. ' VBs Program ^000 RIVER - Certificates **» presented to (he students •t the Vacation Bible school demonstration program Sunday evening at First Baptist Church. The total offering of the daily school of approximately $33 will be used in the "Win the Children for Christ" evangelism pro-i A p)cnic dlnner wns serve( j at (rr ()f Mr nnd Mrs D(iv id N.I gram of the American Baptist i noon followed by a social hour.' Fiack llfi'z Lorena Avenue,' Convention, it Is reported by! Min i s ters and their families of was admitted and treated at the Rev. Walter Burk. A | ton , Enst A | ton . Wood River,^.30 pm for a lar^e swollen Mrs. Alice Russell served as' Roxanai Hartford and Edwards- .,,.«,„ on tr , e (f ,p O f her director of the two-week school i v j|le were in attendance, session, assisted by department! superintendents: Miss Janet Eckman, kindergarten; Mrs. Mervina Houston, primary; Mrs.j Grace Wilson, junior. ! Thefts Reported WOOD RIVER -- Patrolman Rook Springs Park. ( , nr] hcr dau g hter W ere In a Welcomed to the area were; room on thp seoond f|oor of the Rev. and Mrs. William Bird, itheir nomp anrt the 2 . yeaM ,d Alton First Methodist; the Rev. Wfls p| a y ing According to Mrs and Mrs. Robert Berry and *am-i Unterhrlnk thc , m|e g)rl ran ily, Alton Grace Methodist; and 0(?atnst the c | oscd W indov. with thi Rev. and Mrs. Jack Travelstead and family, East Alton First Methodist. the pane and out of the window Rosella M. Flack, 3. School Board Discusses Dental Clinic in District Receives Degree From Connecticut U. Jack W. Clark, son of Mr. and Mn. Clinton Clark, 380? (hear St., received his fi.S. degree The Alton school board discussed at length the possibility of re-establishing a dental clinic tncts on the basis of enrollments. Alton will pay appro*!* rnately 25 per cent of the sal' in the district, at the board jary. although Rhine IB tech-i nically employed by the district. <4> Voted to purchase ors and distinction." An honor student, Clark grad- .. society; Eta Kappa Ntt, electrl- 44 cal engineering honor society; lypewriters for a total cost of and p ni Kappa PHI, a national ti I T< t r A r rr is A \t Kll UAL I HAM Member* of the Wood River Eagles' Auxiliary ritual tram are pictured with Swinnpy, captain of the local ritual team and state ritual chairman; stand meeting Monday night at Haskell House. Dr. David Bear, board mem- j brr, said that he feels a dental I clinic is needed. The board has j i6.590. The machines will be j^g,. society which takes Its ! rental etjuipmenf, Bear pointed | eipht Smith Corona manuals. mernrjers f^m honor societies out. and the ma.lor expense of;22 Royal manuals, two Smith' Q ^ a jj scnoo | g and colleges. a clinic would be services of I Corona electrics. 10 I$M elec- ciark belongs to the American j a dentist and dental supplies, tries, and two Smith Corona j n8 tjt u t e o f Electrical Engineers I He suggested that such a clinic 1 seml-elertrirs. and fhe institute of Radio Engi- imitfhl be a cooperative commu- <5i Authorized purchase of: n eers. both professional orgarti- |rily venture rather than solely se \ en cash registers for use In zations. During his junior and :an expense to the district. cafeterias. Total cost of the 1 senior years, he was a resident ; Don Kell, school district en-; registers is $2,016. Two large assistant and student counselor. ;i?ineer. said that the equipment'cHsh registers will be used at' A 1950 graduate of Alton Sen- jrwned by the board is obso- \ Godfrey and Gilson Brown j or High School, Clark was in i letp and he recommends that i schools with the other five used the Navy, for four years, on the if not be used. at Washington, Thomas Jeffer- submarine Tusk. Dr. James B. Johnson, su- son, Fosterburg, Rufus Easton, — —— : fifrintendenf of schools, sug- and Irving. Successful bidder ('''"ham Paper Co., touted that if a dental clinic!was National Cash Register Co. N L * *•• w> $474.7 '* established, used equipment '61 Accepted low bid from, W' Mathe the trophy they won as CO-champions ing: Mrs. Francis Ingram, Mrs. Joseph ! c " u ' d be purchased. He .ug-Hnnson Bennett Magazine Agen-;Sj^: AC. - •• r - •• - ' • • - •• —•"• "- •• — •• — — eosted the board investigate the cy for magazines for the district >!.•«'••«. "-"'" '"" »»«•"' Weather Crimps Wood River Pool 'The little girl fell off a rwrch at home. The child was reported in fnir condition. Allan \V. Ratliff. ?.. son of i Mr. and Mrs. O. Wendell Rat- |i!f. 137 W. Third St.. Roxnna, WHS trPHlod and released at i (•'.of! p.m. lor H laceration of Merle Bell reported to the po-j WOOD RIVER _ Wood River thp left forearm incurred when Hee station today at 1:45 ^ . , h d Ig42 swjm . ,| 1C child ,:ut hi.s arm on hrok- that an oil rack at the Metz e ... . _ .. and Foster Sinclair station at Central and Ferguson had been broken into. Several quarts ofj oil were missing of the state ritualistic contest at the state convention, and the club's prize winning press book. l>ft to right seated: Mrs. Joseph Baker, immediate past Auxiliary president; Mrs. Iceland Chiaclo, Mrs. Carroll Wells, Miss Frances Harshbarger and Mrs. Bert Major. Mrs. Kenneth Graham, pianist, was not present when the picture was taken. —Staff Photo. Cor P" » 147 ;, Arts Co., .possibility of contracting with rliirinR the next year. Bid total; ' ra ' nn Alton dentist to have the,was $1,276.26. Only other bid f ''' r 'r work done in the dentist's office, v.as from Delong Subscription 'Soars Roebuck & Co.. W/CUi. Robert Minsker. board mem- Af-ency. SI.310.25. •*"<* *'• w - Weber Co.. $^3.8b. mers during the past weekend, a! f" K' as * in a storm door at drop of approximately 900 fromi nnrncv the attendance of the previous Because of the continued cool Home. Prom Went WOOD RIVER — Mr. ; 1. Harpole of 330 n d.. weather, attendance so far this St., have returned from a tripj ljiarv a , M emor j a j Hal). season is 14,000 short of attendance a year ago. So far this to the west coast where they; visited Mrs. Harpole's brother, year attendance has been ap-| clvde Dunagan, at Portland, . Ralph Campbell, 219 S. Central, reported to police Monday that he had some fishing equipment, water cooler, thermo jug, and a transistor radio stolen during the weekend. Birthday Dinner WOOD RIVER—Lloyd Calvin of Detroit, and Mrs. Newton Mallory. 48 Harnett St., were jointly honored at a birthdayjj~, ome 520 Ferguson Ave., by dinner party Sunday at the j cl f]ight frorn southern Call-; KANE — Mr. and Mrs. Al- BRIGHTON A 'fly-up' cer- M&llory home. 'fornia and Acapulco Mexico;'bert Abbott, Miss Melody lemony was staged by Brighton ber. suggested that the admin- (7> Accepted low bid on 105 <!«> Decided to absorb the istralive staff get figures on pictures to be hung in Hum- duties of director of visual eciu- thp proposed dental clinic and Im'dt, Lincoln, Fosterburg, Ru- ration until a qualified replace- 1/,-port back to the board. (us Kasfon. Mark Twain. Gilson »'™t for Horace \Vollerman. John Webb, hoard member. Brown..and Washington schools.' ^ ho has resigned, can be cm- questioned whether the board Lmv bid WHS from Noonan-Ko- piaverl. Miss Louise Anthony, m'sht not be "getting out of its rhian Co. The board accepted library director, and Don NCI . field" in subsidizing a dental Hie bid for a No. 2 frame. Bid school district engineer, will WOOD RIVER — Delegates to Carl Benefiel. Mrs. Edith Lyons BRIGHTON Si-outmaster r |i n j c . u -as S2.430.60 for the No. 2 share the distribution and mam- Ihe national convention «t Dc-,«nd Mrs. Villa Frailpy. >James Hughes and 23 members' T| IP school dental clinic was frame compared to the same tpnance duties of the position troit. AIIR 20-2K. WPIV selected' Mrs. Benefiel, chairman, re- ol Boy Scout Troop 31 left Sun-'pijfnjnaipd se veral years ago 1 firm's bid of $2,330.60 for a until a new director is employed. ;at thc Monday meeting of the, ported material has been pur- day lo spend a week at Cam;j. wnpn tnc board decided not toj lighter frame. Elyria Arts Co. (1: " Authorized the prepara- ; Veterans of Foreign Wars Aux- chased and draperies are being Warren Levis. : undergo the expense of purchas-; Hd $2,712.87 on' the Wood River VFW Auxiliary Brighton Scout Picks Convention Delegates Troop at Camp ,madr for thp VFW hall. undergo the expense of purchas- Thursday will be family night line new equipment for the work 'frame. the lighter 'ion of a superintendent's annual report ' n substantially the on 'same form used prior to last wore: Mrs. Jack Creekmore, Mrs. j pd as dates of tnp ice cream; visit fhe camp site of the troop • objected to the clinic on the (visual education supplies total- : .v<?ar when the report was cur Named to represent thc unit July 6 and Aug. 31 were select-; a | the camp and parents may!The board at that time also! <8> Accepted best bids proximately 18.200. The poolpre., and Mr. Harpole's brother,! has been open 18 days but clos-iHal, at Costa Nesu. Calif. They! ed early on 11 of them. i also s P ent some timc '" Oldi Home From Trip Mexico. WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Lloyd Dildine has returned to her savings of Party guests included the Calvin family. Mr. «yid Mrs. Hayes Mallory and family and Missj Fay Zenk, EdwardsvilJe; Mr. i and Mrs. Gordon Mallory and son, Wood River, and Mr. and Mrs. Newton Mallory. Calvin, his wife and two daughters, former residents of Wood River, returned to Detroit Monday after a visit at the Mallory borne. Wood River Notes WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Deeble of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Toy Knauss, Carterville, were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gobel Knauss, 637 Lorena Ave. where she visited relatives. Roxana Troop HomeFromCamp ROXANA — Boy Scouts of Troop 25, accompanied by Scoutmaster Dewoy Bail, spent the past week at Camp Warren Lovis and worked on merit badges and scout requirements. Thursday evening was! socials to be held at the Round-! an d attend a calling out cere-i wounds that operating a dental'ins $14.102.28. Successful bid-^niled to effect house in conjunction with the; mony o f mo Order of the Ar-l clinic was not a part of educat-.dcrs were Bioscope Manufacfur-i money. [concerts of the Municipal band. row The camp site will be open ling children, which it then con-Jin? Co. $1.097.25, Educational, U2> Authorized the roofing of Plans were made for the July|f or jnsper-lion any time after e'sidered its function as a school! Aids Service $2,335.40, Reed.'Kumboudt School with a 20-year 21 meeting of County Council^. m anc t the public may also< hoard. i Audio Visual Co. $4.543.75.'K.-nd on materials and two-year 'at the local post which will be (See a W ater carnival on the The board also: Schiller's $1.212.38. and Swank guarantee on workmanship, sponsored by the Post and Aux- U;amp ] a k e after 6:45 p.m. <i\ Granted a leave of a b- Motion Pictures. Inc. $4.913.50.: Work will be done by Brown iliary. Mrs. Kenneth Secrest Two Fi ,.jgh ton j ans are mom . sence of one year to Mrs. How- (9i Accepted best bids on art Roofing Co., low bidder on (he was named in charge of arrange- bers Qf , hp Or der of the Arrow. »rc) Opperman. supplies for the coming year. ,'ob. The bids were opened Flamm Mr and Mrs William!Brownie Troop at the conclu- mpnts - Byron Towse. a troop commit- <2i Accepted the resignations Total of bids accepted was $7,- earlier, buf the letting of the i Harmon and family "Mr andision of a wiener roast Sunday Mrs> Bett - v Knapp was rein- teeman, and Larry Stewart. of Mrs. Martha Watkins Fry 681.83. Successful bidders were: bid deferred until the bonding i Mrs. Bennie Ray Abbott! MrJaf the home of Mr. and Mrs. stalpd as a ""''"her. Troop Stages Tly-Up' ; and Mrs. Ernest Abbott and Mr. i and Mrs. Cleve Timpe attended the wedding of Robert Flamm | were in charge of the ceremony, and Miss Nancy Stahl of De-i Wings were pinned on the girls catur Saturday at the Christian I by Mrs. Eyers and Girl Scout Church at Niantic. |P' ns wei- c presented by Mrs. The Misses Freda and Velma I Sewell. -• Hawk and Mrs. Ira Wilson vis-j Mrs. Guy Northcutt and Mrs. Belmont Scheffel. Mrs. George! A belated Father's Day par- Sowell and Mrs. Hubert Eyers "Parents Night" and the Order of the Arrow ceremony was ed. ited the latter part of the week in Virginia with Mr. and Mrs. i Kenneth Welson. ] Mrs. W. S. Ferguson entered! Lester Ansel! Jr., will be new Girl Scout leaders. Girls who have been together Brownies the past three Girls' Softball and Mrs. Rebecca Womeldorff., Art Mart. Inc., $586.15: Bona of the roof could be clarified. BRIGHTON -- A scheduled >3> Employed Miss Lorene Venture Supply Co., $67,68; (13) Authorized the rctubing ty was planned for veterans at game between Sonja Rogers' Senders as a teacher and Wil-j Prodhead Garrett Co., $21.60;; on a boiler at Alton High and the State Hospital July 7. Mem-'softball team and a team at lard Rhine as school psycholo-j Butler Paper Co., $192.96; Black-i the extending of the chimney bers may volunteer to assist by|Shipman had to be called offjgist. Rhine will serve 12 dis-;\vell Wielandy Co., $1,561.39; |nl Hurnboldt School after Keil contacting Mrs. Lyons, hospital j Monday because of a wet field, i triots in Madison County and i Consolidated Supply Co., $1,-! reported on the necessity for chairman. i The game will be in Brighton A demonstration and com- i Wednesday evening. his salary of S8.500 a year'740.26: Cope Plastics, $431.40; i completing both projects this will be split among the dis-'Denzer Office Supplies, $41.74;-summer. 1Jenjeyvlllc Hospjta] Saturday and who wjl] jnto tne mentary of the "New Trend in; Hair Styling," was presented by: | Joyce Blazier, East Alton beau-| tician and hair stylist, who an-i swered questions of the assemblage on care of the hair. Mrs. i I for medical treatment. Scoit are T Vicky An-j Sam Moore and Miss Pat Hinkle South Roxana Scouts Return .._... .'' 'Mrs. Ronald Clark and Mrs. T.: Scnef f e |. Sandy Sewefl! Barbara 1 Mrs - Creekmore and Mrs. Se- jny-appnch CarrolISlushci. Laiiy. p c|a ,. k a| , of ARon W ere iRa , hge b. Mary Kav Schoeberle. i crest werc in chal '8 e of g ames ,Hatfield, Wayne Sturgeon. Mai- , Sunday guests of Mrs . Ross Lee Ann Fvprs Kathv and Bar .i during thc social hour and Mrs. j colmMcBeth and David Hanbaum. Rpyilo|fis ^ B«,tt."Loretla Swarringim, !Dou g' as Little was grand prize Mr. and Mrs. Bail and family Fllnp ,. a| rjtes for Benjamin ,, m Hi ,e, Molona Mover. Donna' winner of Rellcr Ave. had as their week- Bn( , k( , r Jr wen} hp , d Slinrlay MoQrfi an(] Lesf) No ,,j h( . uU ; Mrs. Otis Little and Mrs. Her- end guest, Bail's brother and fa- .„ ., p |n from tne Bap1isl man Green visilc-d the birthday mily. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bail rhu ,.,. h hp| . P with ,| ne R,, V . H. . '' ' M 7 s j,,,',,,^ K nann bank ajld were honored in son S and three daughters from St. El- L Po , 101 . of n t . ia ti n g. The Amer-: lradpl .' of an oldp) . ' troop of ^[ in observation of their birthdays. mo - i"" 1 r ' p K ion Post had fbarge of p)ans were made , 0 , ake mpm ; - Session Meets ithe committal services at the bers of the Brcmnie Troop 'o Springfield on the tram. ' To Present Jewels BRiraiTON At a meeting: f Mon- SOUTH ROXANA - Boy Scouts i of Troop J4 and Explorer Post 24 j spent the past week al Camp Warren Levis. accompanied by Scoutmaster E. Perez. The boys worked on merit badges and first and second class scout requirements. They enjoyed field sports, archery, swimming, boating and the rifle range. Seoul- master E. Perez. Scout Ronnie Markel and Explorer Arthur Grange werc initiated into the Order of the Arrow. Scouts attending were Bill Caldwell, Ralph Chavez, Dennis Sulli- S Sr^»S £E ="-»r^.^'i*i;;- h - « •' «". «"^. I.T. May Relocate Markel, Tom Johnson. Tom K'r, M^. H.-nry pier ' ' Hu i be ,.t Hawk, (IroenlieM Grange, Bob Mt-Nabnoy. Larry i ° UPSts " Ul|lld ^ ^ slw M ! l|pr a ^ • SD ^ the ttw kpnd with I* Sum^. Duane Iterbert: U« U^^ and ; SPRINGFIELD. III. » <Spe- belein, Jim Crabtree. Loren Nor- Hp|on ' Vl and ^ >s - ^ ^V family c-ial.' The Illinois Commert-o ville, Lan'y Tedriek, Jim Foulch' |'. fini ' p /'" d . "', y ' M 'f..!",,.!:.!.". Mr.' and Mrs. Ed RUT ami Commission has authori/ed the ROXANA — The session of thc Kane Cemetery. i First Presbyterian Church met; Capt. and Mrs. Jark Woods- Monday evening and voted to have | and daughter, Barbara, arrived the church sponsor Boy Scout j Saturday from Hawaii where he Troop 63 which is being rcorganiz- ' hart been stationed for the past g ^ ^^ ^ ed. Holy Communion will be ob- three years. They arc en route !„ ' • i uc ji] e served July 10 and a special offer-,lo North Carolina where he will \ % M ' ra " Fann [ B Kuehnel ing will be taken for relief in Chili.; be stationed and are guests o( ^ ' • ^ member . Surprised on Birthday |her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.. -, n ^ n of ,: D ,h,,, ontc win ROXANA — Mrs. Leslie Miller IB. GuilnnrU-r and other rcla- " ' of E. First street was honored atltives. in . IIIWir „,„, ,.„ „„ „.. .. .-..a surprise hamburger fry Satur-! Miss Mary Brooks went to - f ^ sandwiches , o dav at Kendall Hill in observance iCentralw Sunday to attend the mPPting of'hnr birthday. The surprise was!wedding of Miss Betty Bond anil lne m ^ Refreshments sviil ; following the cere- j mony «nd members are to take i planned by her sister, Mrs. Gracej' Elmer Starrev which was held Hartford Crossing SHOULD YOUR TELEGRAPH CARRIER FORGET YOU... PRE-INVENTORY SALE OF DANISH CONTEMPORARY -By BAUMRITTER • ler o( Do\v. Mr. and Mrs. Harry and Explorers were Bill Belt. Dav-; id Herbert, Norman Legate and! UvmwP and dHHRhtpr of Arthur Grange. - WHi-dsviUe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Law- Father dies rrnt ' r of R° spwo °d Heights, Mr. SOUTH ROXANA - E. G. O S -i and M™- ^Won Bowler and son of wald. father of Mrs. J. Fred Lon 8 - lLadd Addltion ' Mr and Mrs ' Ralph j daughter. Theresa, and dittoed, Illinois Terminal Railroad Co. Clendenen, St. Louis, u e r e to roloratr a grade crossing, in- guests over thc weekend ol Mr. • rinding highway approaches and Mrs. Albert Clendenen. . ihi-roto. of its main track near Mrs. Leo Varble and grand- Cahokia Creek Diversion Chan\"' . r a ' ? daughter. Miss Lynn Royal, ot nel south of Hartford. The rail- shore of Ohio avenue, died Thurs- i 1> a " d clal ' gl ' terh °.l , „ San Diego. Calif., visited the road sought the relocation for , - . , „ . ., day at Wood River Township Hos-f'°" a ?, , , Charles Kay :iatter part ot the wee k with her the purpose of public safety. •ol Collmsvillr. ; nephew and niece, Mr. and staling it will provide an open Mrs. Roy Turpening. and unobstructed view of ap- Members of the 4-H Lucky proaching trains. The order pro- Lasses Club of Kane sponsored v ides the railroad shall mama boat excursion Saturday on 'tain reflector type crossbuck pital, where he entered the previous day. Oswald came from Oklahoma to reside with Mrs. Longshore in 1949 Rosewood Heights and in 1952 went to the Haynes Missionary Meeting Nursing Home in South Roxana * ^ the Admiral. signs. where he lived until entering the ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS. —Offi- Mike Mourning of St. Louis hospital. jeers will be elected at the 7:30 spent the weekend with his par- fcinma *ay» Funeral was from Marks Moit-iT-m. Wednesday meeting of the ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert uary in Wood River Saturday and j Missionary Society at Church Mourning. \o" ST. JOSEPH, Mo. irt»i — A noU 1 ha>. ht>«'ri pinned to one of the Nazarene, Mrs. Lee MV. and Mrs. Robert \\healon |.ai;i- in ilic marriage liwiuse Suhiing, president, annuum-ed. and i-hiidion of Champaign re- nvnid bunk in the <if!icp ot Discussiuti un Ihe lesson, "Af- turned to their homo SaUudav c'l'iinty Ui-eoider .lohn c;. t'lz. Emerging," will be led by alter se\t'i;ii d;us \ Kit Suliling. '.Mr. ami Mrs. Doiwld Cinne. East Alton, Rosewood Hgts. Ministers Elect Rev. Bauglt EAST ALTON — The Rev. jinncipal business of the meet- burial was in Wanda Cemetery. Pofct Charter SOUTH ROXANA — Explorer Post 24 charter presentation will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at thc clubhouse in the Dads Club Park. South Koxana \utek SOUTH ROXANA - Mrs. Marv Kish of Turlock, Calil . in visiting her daughter and lamily. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Perez and children ol Michigan Ave She will also visit ; other daughters in the area. The Rev. and Mrs. Victor Her- R OV Baugh. pastor ol St. Paul's ' man of Indiana avenue are visiting . Me ,, 10£(w , Chiirch. Rosewood Tourney H inner. for two weeks in Union City. N.V.. ., . . ., with his mother. Mrs. Clara Her , ll , e 'f lsL , vvasA , elei0Ied P« sld «'« EAST ALTON - Three Ea,. man and other relatives. The Rev. 1 0/ ^ ^ Alton-Rosewood Mm- Alton s.rls were first place win- Alliance at the Monday ne ,. s ln (he -j w ^ tournament" s( m,'etiii« at the Airport M on( iay afternoon. Thirty youths ! Cafe He will stici-eed the Rev panin^'ied in the tournament Harold Baxter of Uanda has re-if: 7.,^""';, ^ f°« ^« Firs, place winners were: lit'lii'ial Dauli>l niiin>tei ,, , , ,., . turned from Deaconess Hospital in Sandy Mevens. 1J and o\er age SI. Louis vxhm- In- s|«-ni tl-u- twM The Rl ' v Halold l ' 1K ' h Ka * 1 group: Mary Pat Duncan. 9 to week tor observation and tn-ai A "°" Hit " l )' lublal - « » * elected n ^ aroup: and Penny G.wd- nian. 8 and under age group liei events scheduled for D. K- Karvc. 101'. actively tary. the Rev. Thomas McDer- this v\cek will be a cloc-k golf educational imtiiutioiis to. mand. East Alton Fust Baptist, tournament Uediie&day at 11 women which lie hat. e6tabiibhfed ; »easurer. , a . m . anc | a mumble peg towna- neai Poona. India. [ Reorganwdtional work wat, the ! ment Thursday at .11 am. Km ma [i reads: plioni'd He ^airi \\ould mil marry him." l't/ >,a.\> lie pinned tin 1 note to Ihe record to >how wby HIP ilceii^r tiala \\iis not eoniptett' He arkU there would he no re- luiifi in Ihe man who lost Knnna. $99.50 Club Chair $39.50 End Tables, ea $19.95 Cocktail Table Herman is pastor of the Wanda j, and South Roxana Methodist! churi-hes. president. tl» Re\ - Kusewotjti Hapust John COLOR FILM PROCESSING SMMKM D1HEC1 10 t AS, I MAN KODAK DAILY! HICKS' STUDIO i CAMERA SHOP Mil California Ave. HO MM* PHONE FOR DELIVERY DIAL HO 5-6641 BEFORE 6 P.M. DAILY 5 P.M. SATURDAY • CIRCULATION DEPT. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Now, give your rooms new comfort and exciting beauty Alw«y$ comfortable, reversible foam cushions mean with furniture that's good-looking from any angle! This lasting pleasure. Covers in your choice of colorful new collection by famous Baumritter captures the soft fabrics or washable plastic, are zipperecj for easy dry richness of sculptured Danish styling. 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