Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 29, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 29, 1960
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Section^ Ptgto 15*26 BM*bttMd Jmme? 16, ittf ALTON, ILL,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29,1980, pifol Note* . 2810 .View- uculu* "'•' s JaffleiMcKean, Eart AlMn .MS, Evelyn Spaeter, am Hum- .Richard Broadway, Qodhw. '^n^lyn OfflBonTm Glass. . '^T ^~W "^T.rSt - ^-^T---..- ^ _^ ^ AWW*» ,rTuCK| 491 «... .-,.*.«.. Bruce Mundy. 214 Fifth, : John Mlckalsld. Bast^Alton.' Ixrther Myers, Do». Ftaymond Gooch, Bethalto.. l^s. Rosemary Moore, 3535 Oscar. Eldon Moore, Jerseyvllle. Mrs. Eloulse Gray, Wood River. Mrs. Edna Balsamo, East Alton. Mrs. Mlttle Gtlteon, 202 Dooley. Frederick Mack, Elsah. , Margaret Carlson, 2920 Hillcrest Mrs. Eileen 1 Mason, Florissant. Mrs. Lenora Greenwood, 1206 McPherSon. James Bowers, 512 Eugene. Mrs. Shirley Myers. 716 Royal. Mrs. Alice Veaeh, Wood River. Gary Vleth, 3200 Humbert. ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Mary Hughes, Cottage Hills Mrs. Jeanette Woods, Rt. 1, Godfrey. ^^ Anthony Wlngerter, 3639 _. James P. Ray, Rt. 1, B. AltoA. Dorothy Brumfle; Mn. Iva Wilton, 184 ™ Mn. Gladys Grtinw Afton. East Mn. Hasjl Tookioze, Rt. 1, Bonne Terre, Mo. Mrs. Rose Beem, 2B56 Ottyf. JWSiY COMMUNITY MGDIOAL Mrs. Mildred"Thomasson. Kane. Mrs. Dtivld Isrlnghausen, Jer- seyvllle. Mn. Leland Fraley, Fieldon.v Miss aara Haselhorst, Hardln. Franklin Armstrong, Jerseyville. Harry Gibson. Jeneyvlue. StTROlCAL Danny Atchisotv Jerseyvllle. -.«' DisttraSAts Mrs. Paul H«rter, Golden Eagle. Mrs. Harry Cravens. JerseyvlDe Mrs. Emmett Crutchley, Jersey- Alice Longwell, Jerseyville.. W. I Gary E. .Palmer, Rt. I, Morb. MarkFr?imanWiBHead » ; «T *,.•<- OSt * '• ~f' : JH* I' man w«> thff night at the 1 succeeds tr. rrei. •iBotnfflander of - * Monday He commanderj . iaf ond vice commander; _ Freeman tfr., treawrer; Duane Bay! Le- Hayes, Hcmpel, chaplHln gate, service office* Installation field in-July, Hetrttoanento. were served at the \closc octroi meet ing. '.;••• •.' Memben <jr Post were hosts toV convention Home Saturday aMfl bur Bartlett, "a past commander, president at the me^tmg. .LJoyd 'Slegel of Jacksonville Mrs. David Stone; Cottage Hills. was elected commander ,of the Mrs. Mildred Richey, 2704 Sanford. Alton. StJROICAL Fred Mflhime, Cottage Hills., district for the ensuing year. Members of approximately 26 posts marched in the parade at VICTOR Adding Machines Calculators Sales—Service Rentals GODWIN OFFICE SUPPLY, Inc. 114 B. Bdwy. Ph. HOB-77M "Alton's Commerctol JStaMoner*' Mrs. Dorothy Roberts. Cottage !2 p.m. Mils. Earl Hose. 1230 Madison. Miss Sandra Critchfi.eld rode ion a float representing Miss Jer- i^toWj&wr* at Mn> ily oft at i the .OWlriiieyei 1 ""^ Mfi fam- McftdiTjW ... , a ; VwfwjMfif .ttK. formWi - » •- I »T§ifcl-l4* 8 v . ttr. Other gneitt» Monday in the pieman home 'were Mr. and Mrt. Rodney Bailey and children of Oodfrey. itte Royal Neighbor Lodge wltf sponsor a. bake tale at the l& house Saturday July 3 at Ivy J. Suire. South Roxana. . v Joetta Mrazek, 214 Wood River, | *** East Alton. Miss Godfrey Dies DISMISSALS '• GRAFTON — Friends receiv- Robert Latham. 160 East Alton e d word of the death of Miss! CJa^nce^Wood "S" 1 Dorsey ****& V""™ at ^ Memor -i (.jarence wooa, rvi. i. uors>ey. .„, it__,_ :„ ci i«,.)« a,.M^.,> i Richard Driver, Cottage Homc '» Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Keehner ot I^ew Haven, Mo. and Mr. and Mn. Robert Redd of NAlton were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Arnold and 'other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Hotz and children left Sunday for Independence, Mo., for a visit with relatives. They were accompanied by h i s mother, Mrs. Hotz, who has been visiting relatives here. , ; Mrs. Sarah Jacobs of Hamburg is visiting this week at the home of her, son^aqd daughter- in-law, Mr. 'and Mrs. Wilford 30 Kitectitlmu Make Annual Trek to Ranch diy thf bonuv of (Ke twit in wwJu lot ' tMlr I B ntiw ' trek > to Wwywton. Mo. ( to fUlKu Of 'DOtl OwtU'i • l DonJto, In *e roni Country west of St. CH«1«, was ft pcrfrtt 'ipot for feltttatkm. Food was pNFp(tr0d utd steaks .bottocued tot ttiyp^f, ending a day Which Inctaded hOrswhoe pitching, and ftthtag for Some. Of coOrse, the ricte ho \vas through the stortn, hut flo matter ... tlie men had Had an enjoyable afternoon. Atibut 30 members took advantage of the outing. President Ken Carstens and Secretary Guy McCune are in Miami attending the national convention of Kiwanis. They will return, with many new ideas for conducting -the club if advance information from the international office is correct. MEDORA - ti» bW scftool profrmm trfc* Meth- oehrt Qmreh trill b« btM WMay MS P.m. Hand work ftwdt by th« ohildrw wffl (w on dftnltj) In We basement, which will t» ifr*rn immediately following th» Sam Houston, first President of the Republic of Texas, had eight brothers. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Slegel of Jacksonville were weekend guests of All'' and Mrs. G. VV. Critchfield. Medora Qmrdi ,"*'<» ' Program Friday "•*. . ^ *"•". * , Vicfor Weber Jr., 239 S. 13th. I MISS Godfrey retired about ISf Linda Hubbert, 5205 Wick-Way.! years ago from the postmasters! Mrs. Josephine Smith. 3501 Sem-i office where she was employed' inarRdl » /or <® 'years. Miss Godfrey was 1 of Grafton. | Oraltdn Notes , : SpNNuni' MWt . MEDORA - lfci Stfnbeama of the Baptist Churdi met Monday afternoon at the drawn base* njent. Choruses wtra sung, ao> companies by Mn. Arthur Gwillim. The lesxm rtudltd was on Baptist Good Will Center*, Kiev- eh children were prewnt, Refreshments were served by Mn. Hen r y Harding. Mn. t Ward Spencer is the leader. Medora Notes MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs, Frank £ck, East St. Louis, visited Sunday with Mr. an* Mrs. A. Klimut. Mr. and Mrs. Gene McCrellis and son, Ballwln, Mo., were guests of relatives here Sunday. His mother, Mn. Elsie McCrellis, and grandfather, Edward Gilworth, accompanied them home for a few days. Wilbur and Orville Wright, who built the fint successful airplane, earned thejr first pocket money by making kites for boyhood pals. Rosella Flack, Lorena. ST. JOSEPH'S .MEDICAL Frank Becrarik, Rt. 2, Edwards- Mi SS ville. - Mr. and Mrs. AJex Stengel returned to St. Mrs. Sophia Buck, 609 George. Mark Coffman, 327 Bowman, East Alton. MrS. Marilyn Mosby, 150 Tenth, Wood River. WATER DAMAGE SALE! % TO H OFF S900 Worth of Merchandise Spreads-Table Cloth*-Boxeti Towels Qfft Items-Comforters-Sheets Blankets-Rugs During last Wednesday night's windstorm one of our front winrfows^blew out and the rain poured in on our domestics department. This merchandise has since driod out, but can't be sold as first quality, so we are closing it out at from 'A to '/2_ off the original price. SALE STARTS THURSDAY MORNING AT 9 A.M. Oipartmtnt Sttri WILSHIRE VILLAGf SHOWING CENTER Anastasia Murphy, 417 i Prospect. Mrs. Rosi£ Renfrow, Hartford.; Frederick SchUette, Bethalto. Jerry Seymour, 3871 Western. Susan Wallendorff, 3000 Belle. Mrs. Angelia Wiseman, 625 Mathers. John W. dartf, 915 Adams. Henry Price, 2600 Clawson. Kent Merger, 611 Seventh, Wood River. SURGICAL, Mrs. Rosetta Klopfer, Dow. Mrs. Mettie Beck, 611 Marsh. Cathi Franke, 555 Maple, East Alton. Joseph Funk, 3044 Alby. Mrs. Emma Harbke/654.Acton, Wood River. Mrs. Bernice Shaw, 2140 Wyckoff. Martin Spiker, 842 Washington. Miss Jenny Walker, 1321- Eaiton Mrs. Marie Kitzmiller, 619 Bl$lr. HEY KIDS '-'.'• ' Let Dad help you earn yourself a fishin' pole! UPYOUItLAWfrWITH This is the helvfljr wire fencing that »io ttr — to attractive — to put up, 3 different' Prtces'llrted art' 1 . ,... cut p^ees «H«htly higher. Boy how and save! Heavy No. 0 Wire Priced per 100-ft. roll FREE!20-lb. fcnthony and Roseahn Bono, S10S Mrsf Betty Caiiipbell, EastAlto^ Harold Cole, Godfrey. Vernon Cooper, Moro. ~ Tfls, JoAnn Craig, 3615 Thomas. [Mrs. Iona.Davis, 1115 Green; Richard Dxviggins, West Alton. Mrs. Jean Elzy, 262 Madison. Mrs.-Myrtle Hargi^s, Wopd 1 River. • Jeff and Mary Heintz, Rt. 1, Bethalto. Mrs. Jacqueline Horstman, 3703 Aberdeen. Miss Elsie Johnson, 2017 Belle. Mrs. Wilma Kokhan, Wood River Freddy Little, Godfrey, Fredd Little, Godfrey. Mrs. Ida Landreth, 608 Belle. Mrs. Roberta Senz, Godfrey. David Rudd, 1003 Easton. Walter White, 923 Pearl. Mrs. Carol Wendle, 3006 Wata- lee. Miss Pamela GUI, 2909 Sanford. STONE BROS. CREDIT JEWELERS 111 W. 3rd., Alton Ferguson and Wood River Ave., Wood River Another Shipment Heceived in Time tor 4th OF JULY HOLIDAY & VACATIONS fully trantjstorizod- MABVEL Shirt-Pocket Radio WITH •UIIMN DYNAMIC ••fAKEft STONE BROS. CREDIT JEWELERS FREE! Full-Size Rod & Reel "Junior Pay 'N' Savers" •To receive your nod and AeeJ tree, dad or mom must open a Pay 'a' Save tot you—(he perfect way to save /or your education. AND INSTANT CHARCOAL LIGHTER Wtth the Purchase of a Largt Slit CHARCOAL GRILL These, heavy duty steel charcoal grills are a king size 24- Inches across. 28 inches high 1th stainless steel adjustable grill, wheels for easy moving, steel handles. Fully portable — use them anywhere! Come in for yours today! Reg. $8.14 VoM July 4th Special! Only S 5.88 Keg. $5.49 For use on any Indoor or outdoor fireplace. Nickel plated for years of clean, pleasant service. Close mesh for full cooking support. Toxlp Treated Galvanized Wire WHITE PINE inch DO IT Finest 6rotte REDWOOD PICKETS SCREEN DOORS 80 Iiioh 42 Inch 48 Inch HERE'S ALL YOU DO Tell Mom «nd Dad you'd l!kt*to. become a -member of our "HUCK FINN" PAY 'N 1 SAVE CLUB. Afk one of them to visit the b.nk with you. You'll tee tht free, regu- lation.tUe rod tnd reel "big •» life" right in our lobby. It'i jmt likt Dad u»e». The extri-llght glais rod h«$. chromium guides end comes with smooth-ection reel thit's built for yeers of fishing fun. Both the rod end reel ctn be your*. Just have Did optn e Pey >' Sav« account today for you. 2'6"x6'6" $ 8.39 3'0" x 2'6"x6'8" , '8.49 2' 10x6 '10' '8.79 3'0" x 7'0" '8.9« I4e lie I9c 4x4 POSTS Redwood 5 Foot i lilO 6 Foot SPECIAL FOR DADS At • specfol offer to ell 0«ds, we ere giving away FREE, • fleeting fith knife. Stainless stetl, r«^or sharp bled* (won't rust), fish icaler backs, bottle opener, •id • tdf-conteinlnj sj)t«th. Tht handle end sheath are polished, imported wood.., 10" ovtr.»«, end tliey FLOAT. Evory Oed opeqluf « P«y 'n' S«ve «CCO«nt for his fishmg trip, vacation, or any other purpose wilt ri«try« oiurof thfse knives absolutely free, FINAL CLOSEOUT Vi Inch White Pint SCREEN DOORS YOUR CHOICE 2'6"x6'6" 2'6"x4'l" i'V'io't" 3'0"«7'0" Limited $tock 4 6 Foot Redwood PICKET FENCE SECTIONS MATKRIALBl 12 Colbiu Bed- w»od picket* . . (wo 'J"x4"x6- tt. klln.dTltd white pine r*llt . . . V 4 -Lb. No. 5 (j»lv»niied Nttlli. Everything you'll need to assemble your fencing. M Inch 42 Inch 48 Inch •2.67 '2.99 '3.27 '2.88 Guturaiiteed H Ve»r» 71 FOOT QREEN PLASTIC HOSE Be*. $8.49 Get in on thit> savings! These top quality plastic hose* will give years of parvice. Will withstand the hardest use. Vou'll need one this summer. Quality SLIDING SCREENS COPR-FIIRE CUPR-FIBKK FULL THICK INSULATION BATTS Vapor Barrier Covered Only Bettor— Cheaper— '«' POURING WOOL INSULATION SO Sq. ft. , conductivity — higtuMt heat r««ibUnce. All inin»r»l— incoinbubtible. w « (• r p to o t. Won't bug or »ettla. Appruved pUbtic coated vapor barrier. Fully encIoiMd with triple- thick flan^M* w«ur«« a««ur, cleantr iiuUUftuon . . . re- qutreb lebk »Upllng. More economical, no w»«t«. Copr-tibre thoroughly approved In the (inebt homM, nstlonally known appliancet, iudubtrittl plauU. Delivered 80 89. Ft. Coverage doe* avers«e borne FORTY-EIGHT is the finest in- vulation that you can po**ibly u*e In your home. Permanently (ireproot, vermin proof. 8e- «i»t« mointure, vibration and age. Betalnu insulation efficiency through the yean*! Will not pack down. Alton Banking & Trust Co. Uf fan Iroodway, Altw, Mi U.bljKANCfc CX>KPOAATlOtM I8"x33" Sl.If 24"»33" $1,0 24"«37" $1.51 FREE DELIVERY To Aituu, i^t 4tt4>u, WooU Hher, Cattove HiU*. JerwyvUto, Carrolltoii, tiroftuu uwl 8urrounalu« Artm*! THRIFT HARDWARE SM Itilt St. OPM FrUtjy tjM HMeJtjy NI«bH TIB t P.M. HIM HO I4IM

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