Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 5, 1960
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TUESDAY, JULY 5,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE Bethalto Pool Drive Workers Plan Meeting BETHALTO - Workers participating In a drive to raise fund*' for construction of a pool In Bethalto are urged to attend a rally meeting WedneRday night at 8:30 p.m. in the Fire House, it wan announced by Dri^e Chairman Lynn Claussen. Approximately $40,000 has been raised in the drive to construct a pool in Bethalto. Claussen urged team captains and workers attend the meeting. Crews Clear Debris BETHALTO — .Street crews continued to clear village streets of debris and trees blown down tn the wake of Thursday's severe windstorm. Assisted by auxiliary police, village workers moved tons of tree branches to the Bethalto Park. The brush was piled in the park area and burned. Bethalto Mayor Erwin Plegge said the clean-up would continue for several days before streets could be cleared of brush and debris. Trains With Army BETHALTO—The Rev. Erwin J. Kolb, pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church, will leave on July 24 for two weeks active duty training with the 102nd Infantry Division of St. Louis. The pastor will leave for a two week vacation trip following the active duty training at Camp McCoy, Wisconsin. Guest speakers will deliver the sermons on Sundays that Pastor Kolb is absent. ' 2,140 Served Meals BETHALTO - A total of 2,140 persons were served meals by the Ladies' Aid of the Zion Lutheran Church at a convention held re-j cently in the Church social rooms, it was announced at a meeting of the Aid Society. A banquet was also served to the Bethalto High School Class of HANGARS DESTROYED BY STORM Two hangar* for plane* at Civic tether to a loss of more than three hun **A«k«kt^l — * — ~* **.HM« **.• afc ^t. • jj 1. m m 4-ft*4k • •»• •! ABAHOKHK u.*fl J«ll*fe «B^ Mft* «*4>«* ft*** f ««• Memorial airport were wrecked by the high wind Thursday morning. Planes on the strip outride were all Jumbled to- dred thousand dollars.—Photo by Hayes. Brighton Benefit Games Net BRIGHTON — Loral soft ball fans surfeited themselves Monday with a triple-header played for benpflt of Khoury League and thp girls' softball program. The benefit netted $40. Fried fish and soft drinks were sold as accessories to the three games. First contest was an all-woman skirmish In which the Brighton Missiles defeated the Shlpman Murlcats 14 to 4. Mrs. Norma Huddleston and Mrs. Pud Kirhen managed the Shipman team, and battery for the Shipman team was Mrs. Gerva Bre- itwiesrr and Mrs. Helen Randolph. Managers for the local team were Patil Fenton and Lee Rogers, and battery was Tootsie St. Cln and Bernlce Farmer. Gary Howard wa« umpire. These two teams plan to play a benefit match at Shipman In the near future. A men's game followed the all-woman matrh. Eldon Bnker served as manager of the Hoois- ers. and Hoolsers battery wag Gary Howard and Elmer Bott. t:harles Hunt ( managed the opposing City Slickers with Vernon Davis and Gene Orban making up the battery. Fred Hayfies umpired. Th* Hooiters won 19 to 9. A teen girls' game closed th« day with the Black Hawks defeating the Red Hots 10 to 8. MM. Marilyn Gorln managed the winning team with a battery composed of Jacki* Recker and Jeanie Wagenblast. Manager of the losers was Mrs. Toosle St. Cln and batlery was Jeanie Roach and Patty Churchman. Bill Roach umpired. Mr. and Mrs. Butch Seheffel and Mrs. ttad tfttflMf the fish pots tnd O«m Sett wt« in charge of soft drinks. inspired by th« NO profit, planners of Monday's benefit plan another Softball flett* for Labor Day. Walt Disney was welcome to Vienna on his arrival to produce there his newest film, on the Hfe of Ludwig Van Beethoven. Tentative title is "The Magnificent Rebel." Dial Telephone Service Installed at Shipman Father-Son Banquet Held At Bethalto SHIPMAN - Dial telephones to 326 customers went into serv- tions. The telephone operators, BETHALTO — Sixty fathers and who are retiring after many ice at Shipman this week at the years of service are Miss Elsie Midland Telephone Company. For the most pant, the wire Installation is underground, except for the long distance lines. The mechanism is housed in a new brick building in the business district. Lynch, 40years of service; Miss Rose Doolin, 30 years; Mrs. Lester Cottingham, Mrs. James Grundy and Miss Hilda Scott. Red Crown Drive SHTPMAN — The Red Cross fund drive has been completed The operators still remain in Jin Piasa and Shipman in a door- the old telephone office to takcito-door canvass. Mrs. Wilbur are of a few subscribers wholKahl served as chairman of have not been connected. The'the drive. :hange-over has been success-j Donations from individuals, ul, with only a few complica-l c i UDS lodges and other organi- '< stations amounted to $357.20. 1940, it was reported. Plans were made to give a party for 60 patients of the Alton State Hospital on July 26. The group extended thanks to Mrs. Louis Sawyer for a gift-set of 8 stainless steel knives and forks. FOR THE BEST IN CARPETING 700 Sample* brought to your borne—Tree Estimate*. Call ALADDIN CARPET MOBILE Day and Evening Appointments Howard 5-8754 Eastern SHIPMAN Stars to Meet — The Order of Eastern Stars will meet Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. at the A.F.&A.M. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Karnes and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Meyers will host the| sons attended the Father-Son Banquet of the Methodist Church held recently in the church social room. Rev. Ix-o Cbpeland was master of ceremonies. During the evening gifts were presented to Ralph Dugger, the oldest father present, and Bill Cain, the youngest father present. Mr. Paul Hattery was also presented a gift for having the most sons present at the banquet. Entertainment was provided byi David Sheary, who presented several feats of magic. Members of the Wesleyan Serv-} ice Guild assisted with preparation' for the banquet. Radio Station Offers Free Funeral on 4th CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) —; We Reserve The Bltht to Limit Quantities meeting. Reno Infant Home SHIPMAN — John Michael Reno, 3-weeks-old son of Mr. j Radio station WDXB didn',t have- and Mrs. John Reno, has return-1 to give away its free funeraJ after! ed home from Christian Welfare jail. < Hospital in East St. Louis where j ^ tj, e interest of public safety,! he was taken soon after his station owner Steve French had! offered to give a free funeral to; the first traffic victim in Hamil-j 'ton County during the Fourth of; (July weekend. i However, the station made con-, slant appeals for the public not! •to try for the prize. As the longj weekend came to a close there had been no takers. 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WALKING SHORTS STRAW HATS . . , WASH & WEAR FABRICS Values to S45.00 f DACRON and WOOL and 100% SILK Values io $65.00 DACRON and WOOL Values to $79.50 Alteration Charge SUITS 33 39 56 20% Off 20% Off 25% Off Special Lot of 150 Pairs BOSTONIAN and MANSFIELD SHOES Pakistan is raising domestic taxes on tea, apparently to discourage consumption in that country so that more tea can be exported, Rawalpindi reports. Values to $22.95 birth at Alton Memorial Hospital. Values to $16.95 104 W. Third St. HO 5-8851 Use our easy credit plan, no money down on any purchase. Take up to 24 months to pay as little as $3 monthly. save on cosmetics {Special Cream Sachet I Purse size liquid sachet complete with i refill. A real summer value. Beg. $4 Dusting Powder 'Famous Trifling scent with matching derfume. Perfect for gift giving. Reg. $1 Value Shave Lotion Pre-electric lotion or quick shave in aersol can. (Special introductory value. save on notions 2.75 $2 79c SHOP TILL 9:00 TONIGHT! 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