Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
Page 12
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**« *V ..«? jA, ..«£». Jft*?\ i THJ*/fli TMURADAY, JUNK 30, I960 ALTON BVDISNO TBUJOIUPH IfNtWAt MUWJ (MMWf AftTMl AKWYIMAIIY • AT OUR NEW OmCE AND SHOWROOM - 2*4* t. Iroadway •on. HOE StElL MtAsunma to our ttttre- for Ftee Coupon. , COMPLET* HO*! INSULATION ' AS LOW AS* •*•••! ' m ffiJOltf n Alao Haiti Hits! SMlnff, If oottng nmm(» Aft, Atni» 3* Month *HA form GERSMAN & Co. B. Broadway I * u|| - .^TT I ALTOK I HO_ MTII I Membership Of Explorer Post Advances *1TW WftlMI tWOTfwB f *ft rp • Of plorer Pftst 31 idvancM in rank « a Cfluft t* Hater ntftit At the Cherry Street Ba$> tttt <Jhu«h. P0it 31, newly ffmfin)«ed fovir months ago, IB under the leathnihlp of Jewell Green as Johtnn and Marvin Mosby as kmtaflt advisers. fcleten fwjfs adv«need to the tftfo-dt st»f ccout ant wo were promoted t6 LJfe Scout rank. ThOSfe wh6 advd»e«d to Star SfcbuH ^er«: faifce McKee. Gary PhJpps. Joe and Johff t>oble, GeWJjte Mail'. Mike Jftnes Wllltsrtl *6r1^ feaM Mtisfty, Bud «m Jerry Kvans and Allen Tuetken. the two Life Scouts are Don Jbhann and Marvin Mosby. ar«ett presented a total of 69 merit Illinois gets. • its name from an Indian word meaning "tribe of superior men." Ore. #- MuKfttt lit h-ort Camp AIM thin fflidt no o§n> «•"" I MfTwH I SMvf MMvs Csffiflt 'BasMNii Pawsn awi w§ffsn IWM DRESSES .... *7 wd«10 Ml**', MlMoV, Half flu*/ftWw fs 111,00 *IJI I tUWIIIMKlATS lUOAIT O mi "~ RESIDENCE UNROOFED Family of James Koehne went to the basement duHng the storm, and were nnharmeft when the roof wftft tak- en off their house. The home is at Aunt and Alby street road.—Ofville B*wn Photo, ^^ the flag for July 4th FLAG OUTFIT OUR PRICE lAROt 3'kS'SlH COMPLITI WITH FlAG, POLE, METAL HOLDER Verified Value * Heavy.Duty Cotton *~iJras* Grommets * Fast Color* * 6-Foot Flag Pole HO 5-77B4 440 EAST BROADWAY Historical Society to Beautify Walker Park to«",.< HARTFORD— Member* of the Hartford Historical Society at the City Hall Tuesday evening, decided that the historical sites committee would be responsible for the beatification of the recently dedicated Clint Walker Park here and arrange for its upkeep. In addition to sewing grass seeds, planting flowers and trees, setting out shrubbery and the like, the temporary mark will be permanently concrete. The state will provide park benches and . picnic tables for the park. The chairmen of the various committees were appointed by the president, the Rev. R. E. George and are as follows: Mrs. John Stosky, librarian; Mrs. John O'Fallon, publicity; Elmer Hart, historical sites; Mrs. William Walston, program and Mrs. Amil Wilcox, membership. Members of the group have set the fourth Tuesday evening jof the month as their meeting night and the meetings will be held at City Hall at'7:30 p.m. Present Concert HARTFORD -^-. The Singing Shepherds of Wilmore, Ky., presented a concert at the Methodist Church Wednesday evening. In addition to the concert/ the 14 ybuhg people of the Junior and "senior MetHodist Youth Fellowship groups gave their reports of the week 'Spent at Youth Institute at McKendree College last week. Hartford WSCS Will Sponsor Church Library HARTFORD -During the first meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Meth- «rt"ln*»»t Church for the new year. Itoxana tfotei ROXANA — Danny and Larry Grober, ions of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Qrober of Ninth street, are visiting in New Florence, Mo., with their grandmother, and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Snyder. The boys' sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Pruett, are currently visiting Mr. and Mrs. Snyder. Bob Buchanan, son of Mrs. A. G. Buchanan of W. Fifth street, returned to Fort Campbell, Ky., Wednesday after spending a 15- day leave here. presided over by Mrs. Harry Smith, members voted to promote a regular library for the church this year as one of their j major projects. Mrs. Joe San-!; ner was named chairman in ; charge of the library project. At the meeting members made plans to join with lhe! World Council of Churches to; treat the patients at Alton State: Hospital during the rrionth ofi July to order and complete the; study of the WSCS study books < this year and to serve the ban-, quet for the sub-district Method-j ist Men's organization on July 19. Mrs. Calvin Smith was ap-r pointed chairman of the banquet, j Mrs. Ed Brockman, vice pres-1 More than 500 newspapers print all or part of the daily tsOck transactions of the New York Stock Exchange. DOWNTOWN ALTON MONTICELLO PLAZA Rtfliftr tf.YMr v Local Kr*«* ItWfl VdhioBl* rfBpi from Catton, L«Mx Hub, G«Htfi Knit SWIM SUITS FREE PLAYTEX IRA «3.50 VaJu*—With or»8.9fl StraplNi ttrftl '8 and'10 Living Bra ... 2 for «Mh. 8al« 2-Ploco Short to* $1,00 now eifty.rttito ilto clf*itit for you«$ !|«ll** , St« our fttwiyWrivod dark lumnmr eo**on<tiii»«|* All $ixe$ from f'0.ff Wt tpvelalltt in l-Tw«en tit« dr»i»«», for fht, h|rd td fit $0.00 ident of the Commission on Missions Committee, reported to the WSCSS oh her committee's plans for Siding the children at Mount i Vernori Children's Home and local needy families throughout the year and 10 visit the sick) and shut-ins. Four officers of the WSCS. Mrs. James Wright, i Mrs. Harry Smith, Mrs. Floyd j Anderson and Mrs. Joe Sanner, Scout* Plan Trip HARTFORD —Kenny Draper,! reported on their workshop scoutmaster of Troop 42, will at-, classes , which they attended re- company eight boys of his troop ( . ent | y in Granite City. The f I- and tw6 from Troop 14 of which nant , e c0mrn Htee was directed Sam Fulkerson is scoutmaster. Io meef and work out a budget to Camp Warren Levis this for lhe society f or the coming weekend for a week's camping ycai . and report back at the trip. The boys of the troop will next meP ting July 25. Two new meet tonight with the leaders mem bers were accepted. They and committe'emen to make; u , p ,.p. Mrs. Frances Schillinger their final plans and ments for the trip. arrange- A "ship's husband" is an agent who provisions and repairs a ship when it is in port. ALL NATIONAL BRANDS •< •!•«•• Price* GAMMS Colon: WHITE BONE POWDER BLl/E NAVY BLUE BLUE/WHITE BLACK/WHITE BROWN/WHITE BROWN BLACK PATENT i - WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES ENTIRE SELECTION OF SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES HI-Ht«lt! Mld-HMlf I Pumps! Sandals! Sprinf-a-Lators! WOMEN'S CASUALS uHllMEH'S CANVAS MM'SSHOB III Itrtstirt WI WKIAUU IN NARROW WIDTH! I OPEN Til t FRI, - MON. were and Miss Nancy Mennemeyer. Mrs. Guy Palmer was in charge of the program for the evening and a solo was sung by I Miss Nancy Mennemeyer. The| worship program was presented! by Mrs. Belle Fitzhugh, assisted' by Mrs. John Jerman, Mrs Randall Caldwell and Mrs Palmer. Following the meeting refresh- 1 menls were served by Miss Helen Peterson, assisted by her nieoc, Miss Barbara Petersen.' There were 18 members in attendance. Visiting Hero HARTFORD Mrs. Norvin Atkins and daughter of Mercedes, Calif., is visiting at the' home of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Atkins of K. Forest street, for several: weeks. Mrs. Atkins' husband 1*| stationed with the Air Force in i Formosa. ' Discoverer Fails. Falls To Earth VANDENBERQ AIR FORCE! BASE, Calif. Jf- The latest! Discoverer rocket failed to goli into orbit and destroyed itself; in a flaming plunge into the' earth's atmosphere, the Air: Force said today. The Discovered XII wa* fired Wednesday. 1 i An Forte scientists worked through the night" to pinpoint the spot where the rocket fell—and ' determine, if possible, why it, didn't orbit. It wits intended to circle the, eaith on a north-*>uth polar oi 1 -;, 'bit and then, after }7 trips, to {drop an instrument-loaded capsule into a target area in Hawaiian waters. . About 11Q million tons of cargo' I a year move along the Rhine inland waterway which carries! I* for West Uernuuiy, Bel-; The Netherlands, France Switzerland. A\illoi*'s'v Montlcello Shopping Center— 0 A.M. to 9 P.M. Mon. thru Sat. SETS \ n s*»» roto SHI*** V Ladies' SYHl* SUITS m !t> ('• »«&? ••Sfti*- rtACH I"*** S^rtSH«« to 14 9» v>. 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