Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1960 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 1, 1960
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. JULY i, iwo ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Ash Formally Appointed to Brighton Post BRIGHTON - John Ash, who ha* bpen acting postmaster here since June 1, waft formally appointed to the post with Hie presentation of a certificate at the post office Thurtday. The presentation was made by Palmer G. Boyle, field service* officer of the Chicago postal re* gion. As acting postmaster, Ash succeeded A. E. Moehle. who retired from the postmastership at the end of May. The postal department is now atranijinK an examination as part of \M process of selecting a permiitHiit appointee. Application blanks may be obtained at the post office by perrons who desire to t«ke the examination, Ash said. Deadline date is July 12. South American Protestants Meet Hospital Notes W. ft. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Mrs. Grace Hall, 469 Tipton. 'Mrs. Mary Bubs, 415 Kennedy. Hast Alton. Mrs Clara Pruett, 830 Oak- riiilr. KHS! Alton. Rfnifimin .Toslen. South Roxana Mrs Blanche Jones. 362 Bendf.-r, Knst Alton. Mark Morrow. Cottage Hills. SUROICAL Mrs Annn Rice, 2920 Sunnyside. Alton. I ^hirley J. Belt. South Roxana. i Mark Rothe. Edwardsville. [Mrs Jessie Dixon, Cottage Hills. i?Trs Mildred Mason, 3007 Ed- Mrs. Vivian Greer, Wood River. Nancy Jo Brooks, Granite City. | JMStY COMMUNITY MRDK'AL 1 Mrc. Ma Brach, Jersev\-|)le. S! RfilCAL 'Richard Cannon, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Harry Cope. .TerseyviMe. : ST. JOStPM $ I MEDIC AL I Miss Deborah Garner, Rt. 1, Godfrey. John Glensbn, 915 Fourth. Carrollton Unit Employs Three CARROLLTON-- Mrs. HIIRO j Srirklnnd, Carrollton. snri David; R TCvoy of Auhrun arf new; New Clerk in Jersey Draft Board Office .TERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Au ceeds Mrs. Agnes WsMl St se.wille who resTJKnfto. * Mrs. Simon began her ofBdrf duties last week. She wffl tpWIIf ! Monday. Tuesday and We***: day of each week hi the iville office and flmrsttoy 'Friday of each w»ek hi th* of in the carrollton'gust Simon of Hardin ha* ac- fire at Hardhl. 'school system and Mrs. Mildred mpted an appointment from the I jftoots, teacher of the 7th and Selective Service System as! jsth grades in Eldred. who har' resigned, has reconsidered her resignation and will teach again '.next year in the Eldred school. Tsmes Cottineham, Clifton Ter- wards, Alton. Mrs. Shirley Heitzman, 2614 l)ennv, Alton. «. .. . «. . ,. ~,_ _. , Mrs. Josephine GiUeland, 3754 i Mrs Hazel Fr.zell, 206 Blair Ah«.rri«>n Ait,,r, Kichard Imhoff. Edwardsville. KING ADDRESSES CONGRESS RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) —Probably the largest Protestant gathering ever to meet in predominantly Roman Catholic South America voted Thursday night to oppose state-supported Youthful King Bhumibol Adnlyadej of Thailand in shown as he addremed a joint seftftion of Congress in the Hotlne Chambers in Washington. Seated be- hind the King are Vice President Richard Nixon and Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn. (NEA Photo) Speakers j BRIGHTON — Paul Wilson will be guest minister at the religion Evangelical and Reformed Plan Fireworks Display Monday and reiterated its belief in the Church Sunday. July 3, speaking' . -, *, *, right of all men to choose their on "True Grentness." the Rev. At I jTCfiflf ICfCf own way of worship. Harvey Mf-rkfesel pastor, has The World Baptist Alliance, smnounced. On Sunday. July 10, meoting 12.500 strong for its 10th Ro >' G Congress, unanimously adopted a : "Build." "manifesto on religious liberty."i be. "Lord. I Am Not Worthy." at morning worship Sunday at First Baptist Church, follower! by observance of Holy Communion. Theme of the 8 p.m. Aberdeen, Alton. Joetta Mraxek, East Alton. Mrs. Geraldine BrneGgeman, 791 Birch. East Alton. Karl Hose, 1230 Madison. Rebeccn llolmnn. Cottage Hills. Jfimes Smith, Rt. 1, Kast Alton. Mrs. Shirley Hausman. 3637 E. Doerr, Alton. ALTON MIMORIAL MEDICAL Dc.rris Wilton, 3118 Leverett. Elmer Ea.ley, Godfrey. SURGICAL Thomas Moore, 3103 Belle. David Zumbaum, Bethalto. Mrs. Vera Elevens, East Alton. Michael Yavorski. 1917 Burling. Kevin Reiske. East Alton. Michael Flndley, Brighton. Mrs. Evalena O'Dell, Wood River. John Gainer, 2718 Hillcrest. Mrs. Helen Barker, 2220 State. George Tucker, 3307 Sherman. Mrs. Solveig Sullivan, 2306 Fair- j Mrs. Strickland will replace Mrs. Paul Bales as vocal instructor at the elementary level In the school. Mrs. Strickland Is the former Donna McDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack view. Mrs. Viola Cobb, 1102 Union. race 142 k of local • boards Number at .Terseyville and Number 7 at Hardin. Mrs. Simon suc- Glmmy has resigned as teacher of the special education class to accept a position In the Greenfield Community School Unit. Donald Bell has resigned as science Instructor in the high school and will teach Mrs. Wanda .lohnson, Shipman 'Mrs. Alien Krueger, 3830 Horn. | a , John MeCormick. 4047 Alhy. .lames Mnrko. Kast Alton. Mrs. Leona Meyer, 111 Main. Kast Alton. .lames Roberts, 31 fi Lindemvood Ailwrt Walls, Rt. 1. Godfrey. McDonald of this city, and l8| mat|cs ln j Kraduate In the local high !mun|ty gchoo , rni( mathe- Com- GREENFIELD - The Lions gospel hour will he. "The Book iof Life—and Salvation." The midweek will speak on Club and the City Council are sponsoring a display of fire- THI.r-fJRAPH WANT ADS "CLICK" will take place at 8 p.m. Wednesday, folljwed by a meeting of church deacons at 8:45 p.m. The Rev. C. B. K. Argall will Stepson, Moro. DISMISSALS Mrs. Amelia Schafer. Brighton, prayer service i Mrs. Virginia Ackenbark. 904 McKinley. William Glassmeyer. Moro. Richard Broadway. Godfrey. James McKean, East Alton. Linda McLean, 2810 Viewland. NOTICE TO ALL ADVERTISERS The Alton-Wood River Joint Labor Day Program Committee is the ONLY official organization affiliated with the AFL-CIO Central Labor Bodies of either Alton or Wood River which is authorized to solicit advertising on behalf of AFL-CIO affiliates in the area. SEE the solicitor's official credentials signed by the Central Body President before giving him your advertising. Alton Trados anil Labor Auimbly Fred O. King, Pres. Wood Rivor Gontral Labor Union Arvil A. Pickering, Pres. • works at 9:30 p.m. Monday in (Observance of the July 4 holi- , ,....,,,.t. .....,^,..., ..,,..,, ............. ;day conduct services at the Presby-: j« an Koppenhaver. 307 Charlene M _. The display will take place at 'erian Church Sunday while the: M, s , Pearl Woh.ert. 922 Me- M ?, • the playground area of the ele- ! pastor, the Rev. S. \V. Thornton, Pherson. ; mentary school and arrange- jments have been made for ex- 1 i tensive parking facilities. The! is on vacation. The Rev. 'Robert jMrs. Frances BHdgeman, 206 1 Hamilton. Mrs. Mable Bradshaw, 2607 Powhatan. Mrs. Amelia Buerk, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Gladys Evans, 3552 Fullerton. Miss Cathl Franke, East Alton. Barbara Flowers, 1244 Ninth. Jareld Jackson, Bethalto. Mrs. Carol Kaplan, Rt. 1, Godfrey. Mrs. Esther Knoche, Rt. 1, Edwardsville. William Lawson. 1951 Brown. Mrs. Zella Mefford, East Alton. Anthony Tomlovic, Hartford. Mrs. Sallie Simon, 811 Ridge. Miss Jenny Walker, 1321 Easton ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Truman Thompson, Godfrey. Mrs. Dorothy Klttrell, 2408 Mills DISMISSALS Knetzer, East Alton. : Robert Stockton, Godfrey. «chonl, class of 1950. She completed her undergratuate work at Lawrence College and was employed in the LnGrange School system for five years. Kvoy will teach Social Studies j 1 and Spanish I and IT and isj replacing Arnold Segobiano,j who resigned to teach Spanish; In the Cahokla Elementary Schools. Evoy is a graduate of the Auburn High School, Springfield Junior College and the University of Illinois and is enrolled In the summer term this year at the University of Illinois in post-graduate study. There are still two vacancies In the local school. Mrs. Marv Rtplrtaf STONE BROS, BO Mitt , in. - lift w. niftf it. Wood Wt«r MOM •* ONMT of Perftuon antf Wool •!*•» Are. tH»l UUfttoB e-leW Harwood at n ~ 0 -, , . i Mrs ' Norma Grable, 2318 Craw- i f:(]u . ard King 3(500 Western. f orc j includc •Greenfield and Rockbridge I Mrs. Dorothy Murray, Roxana. tnejMrs. Dorothy Swearingin, Kane. William Smith. 741 Park. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop. Mlp or wobblf wlien j-ou talk ear. faugh or anee/e Don't be annoyed and embarrassed I by such handicaps. PASTEETH, an alkaline iDon-acldi powder to sprinkle cm your pistes. Keeps, false teeth more firmly set Olvn-s i-onfld»nt frel- tng of security nnr] added comfort. No gummy. goopy, pas'v ticste or fool- Ing. Get FAPTEKTH today at drug counter* etcr n .-ici-e. GOLDEN HOOVER DAYS Special Summer SALE on all HOOVER Convertibles The enry cloorw hSot really g*t> rvg* cUon ... for only tn* Hoovw Convertible bcota, «• * m k i Methodist Churches Sunday Mrs. Wreatha McQuerry, Car- 1 fireworks display will over 100 formation^ ! morning and at Rubicon Church Mrs. ; JTini. Mtr nonoroQ j , , Col GREENFIELD-Mrs. Charles i Sunday " igM Mrs. Brenda Carter. Godfrey. rollton. Daralene Williams. 2707 ! Burroughs and Miss Mildred] • Cook were hostesses at a pinkj i and blue shower honoring Mrs. j Willard Lee in the Burroughs j home Thursday night. Greenfield Notes , Mrs. Judy Honaker, East Alton. GREENFIELD -- Donald An-j Carolyn Gillson, 701 Glass. drews, Cletus Roth, Fred Roth, j Mrs. Emma Grabbe, Brighton. Robert Pembrook. Robert Son-'Mrs. Frances Millen. 2332 State. nehorn ?!h 1 * 1 "- Ion Thieband ' !'-' dmes Elledge, Wood River. „«»« rmmmoi Kh K<>nneth Ross ' m * North Guests were: Mrs. Carl Nell,;*"- erman Grumme Keith ; Mrs Nancy A1Isman East A)ton Mrs J.A. Dmvnard. Mrs. Eloise^ whittaker ' and Jamf>s Williams. jCecil Birt. Medora. Barton, Mrs. Warren Cook. Mrs. arp attending Army Reserve; Mrs. Evelyn Spaeter. 3995 Hum- Camp at Camp McCoy, Wis.. for! hert. Joe Powell. Mrs. Don Gustine, two weeks. Mrs. Garrett Lee Melvin, Mrs. 'Sam Thornton Jr.. Mrs. R. G. Secor, Mrs. Carrie Houlihan, Mrs. Ronald Ferguson, Mrs. James McKenzie, Mrs. F. w. idrews Seekamp, and Miss Donna Young. : Church Notes GREENFIELD — The Rev. i William G. Webber has an- 'Mrs. Mildred Brown, Grafton. Miss Linda Hamilton of Lou-' isville. Ky. is spending this week } Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily with her aunt. Mrs. Donald An-;_ Look Skippers! Genuine $4.»5 Tred-Llte MEN'S CANVAS OXFORDS • Block • Brown • 6 to 12 Children's $1.99 $ Canvas Oxfords.... $ ti w II vi 488 LADIES' CANVAS OXFORDS • Blue WESTERN SHOE STORES E R'DWAV Diagonally Opposite Lucres i 0 U W M I plenty of Parkin* g Plenty of Parking Space Summer Sale priced at '64 50 Model 31 With Tools ALTON HOME IMP. 652 E. Ireadway HO 2-9246 Free Parking in Rear o/ Store oil Ridge Open Men. & Fri. Nites Till 9 nounced his sermon theme will SAVE NOW ON POWER TOOLS! Susan and Carol Johnessee o! Taylprville are spending this week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Kustine. They accompanied Mr. and '15 VALUE'S CARRYING CASE and RIP GUIDE Yours as o with purchdf* of thli 714" 2 H.P. hoevy duty •ow at th« regular prico »5»§ BENCH STAND TABLE Mrs. Don Gustine home after a I visit in the home of Gustine's i sister, Mrs. Nelson Johnessee. j j Mrs. K. T. Smith has return-] i ed home after spending 10 days i with her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Scranton in Belleville. Mrs.) Smith is recuperating from a sprained ankle, which she sul-j fered at her home here. J. Russell Shields. R. K. Wilhite. and H. S. Erthal. were dinner guests of Dr. E. G. de- Quevedo al the Jacksonville Country Club Wednesday evening. Dr. deQuevedo and daughter. Carmen, will join Mrs. de- Quevedo and son. Vannie, in New Orleans Saturday. Mrs. de- Quevedo and Vannie have been spending two weeks with her mother in Baton Rouge, La. With VERSATILE JIG SAW . AM »W-i I POWER SAW w malm f^ *>>i«**^v pfocticaUy every common art, in* cM'tng compound mitres in 2* dressed lumber. Capacity. 2*»" ot90 e — 1%*ot 45*. "Full-power", $35.90 Veto* lor ON* $29— A rugojd cow thofi a top all Vtund performer! Hoi 7K" Mad* that «wU 2*" at 90° and 2" at 45*. Full 2.0 H.P. motor glv*t tremendoMi power for all sawing. And remember .. . you get the iip Oulde and Carrying COM freel No. SS7470... $79,50 eet depth and angle adjustments. Professional quality construction twoughout. At a $5 saving—a better-mo«-ev«r bargain buy I 349 NOW $ 49 5 -5 STORM DAMAGE? real mousy <»o»tog Kiol) J»fl SO*" '" "* ig saw, Hacksaw, coping low, riptow, OBMCwt and key hole saw. Cyte wood, metal and plastic* foster Hun any compor- able saw. Complete with wood and metal cutting blades. Yov get Bench Stand Table FREE! No. 8680 $ 29.95 O. E. Ryan Services JERSEYyiLLE — Funeral services for George E. Ryan, a native of Jersey County, were conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. from the Dawdy Funeral Home in White Hall. The Rev. Harry Chasteen officiated and interment was in (he Summerville Cemetery near Medora. He was the son of the late Henry and Almyra Thomas Ryan and was born in Jersey County, Dec. 16. 1892. He died! suddenly at his home at 1 a.m. Tuesday in White Hall. ! Birth Announcement ' JERSEYVILLE — Local rela-j tives have received announce-! ment of the birth of a daughter 1 * to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Pritch-; ard of Alton on June 17 at St., Joseph's Hospital. They havej named the baby Carol Ann andi she weighed 8 pounds 14 ounces, i She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Menu Foster and Jud Foster of Jerseyville. Before her marriage Mrs. Pritchard was Miss Helen Foster of Jerseyviile. The couple has another daughter, Joyce Elaine, aged 21 months. YOU BENEFIT MORE WHEN YOU SAVE AT ALTON SAVINGS & LOAN ASS SAVINGS EARN Per Year SAVE by the 15th EARN from the 1st SEE OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF ROOFING AND LUMBER FOR ANY REPAIR JOB YOU MAY HAVE! •MRMBHAN PRODUCTI •PT|iWBl^» W^sWilpWsWiW^^^WWP OODFREY.ILL Mill ftifcy NI«tN Til I P.M. FOR ANY JOB. PAINTS Dust it Oulux IngmtU (Bttert f HSUM PotaH C»U \1» fur Help on Vour Next Painting Job! EVERS 1 PAINTS Ilia Milton Bid. HO8-W8 STOP IN TODAY!! For the First 15 Days in July FREE COFFEE ICED TEA Just stop in—have a cup of coffee and see the plans for our new office building! WHERE YOU SAVE DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE! SAVINGS & LOAN Association Tinpinrily Ltoitid it 817 E, Iru.wiy ALTON, ILUNOI3

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