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

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE fIVt Brighton Guild Meets Thursday BRIGHTON - Evang*1i- <!tl and Reformed Church Women's build will have a potlucki dinner at the church at nooni Thursday and this will be followed by a business session. Teen-Age Game BRIGHTON - The Black Hawks, teen girls' soflball team managed by Mr*. Marilyn Oorln, will play tonight at Shipman against the Shipman Sluggers. The Shipman team for girls age 10 to 12 will play here against the team managed by Mrs. Joan Watson. Church Circle BRIGHTON ~ The Upstream- erg Circle of St. Paul Methodist Church will meet at 8 p.m. today at Wesley Center. Hostess- DUKE BAKERY IM Henry Dial HO J-292J FRESH BAKED HOODS DAILY in «M| Parry C«ktt Floods Float Away Jersey County Timber JERSEVVTLLE - Flash floods in western Jersey County sped. RCTBWW f^offi JERSEYVILLE District No. 100 Jersey and Greene, are attending the tlni- - Fra nets'versify of Colorado at Boulder. Grafford of Jerseyvllle. whoiColo.. this summer. Miss Moor? has been a patient at Boyd Me-'I.* working toward her master's morlal Hospital In Carrollton, degree, and Miss Davis, who following an accident last Sun-;has already earned a master's day, w»s able to be brorfght to degree, is taking special work, his home in Jerseyville Saturday. Miss Moore has been chosen but will be unable to re-: for a role in the Opera Briga-:_j V( sump his work for about a week 'doon to be presented at the unl-j (n j ersev vllle timber areas floated stave bolts nnd other saw timber right out M r. and Mrs. Grafford and;versity. of the woods, ar-rordfng to re- ftmily were visiting at the home! Retnrnft from California concerts on July 15. No eofrcert was given Friday evfenltig as the unit participated in a parade In White Hall opening the annual Lions Club carnival, fhe concert for July 8 Is also canceled because the Jersey County Fair will be in progress at that time. The programs are •en on the courthouse lawn Gfeen Circle to Meet uncle. Joe | JKRSEYVILLE Mrs. M. G. -Mw. and MW. I*. B< Mifr dlctwi will DC nus (esses flt- A meeting of the afternoon group of the Baptist Missionary Society at 2 p.m. Thw*day fn th* I home ol on LSS Randolph JERSEYVILLE Airman Mrs. Fred Meng Robert D. Wade, son of Mr. and'er of the devotions «ftd Mrs. ports from timber cutters Sat- of Mrs. O urday. Ptanget. about four miles east! Morris returned to her TimbPt workers were trailing of Carrollton where Grafforii'here Thursday evening ' ron1 Jerseyville is serving aboard study leader on somr of thr stave bolts whlrn was injured. HP was worklruiCalifornia. where she was na])nd ; ^ an tj-submarlne aircraft car- "South India." hom " Mrs. Hever A. Wade of Rt. 2, William Lahr will be lesson the subject. had hern picked up by the high,on an automobile which he had waters in an effort to salvage!.lacked up with a floor jack, them. One saw mill employe of! To Have Operetta Role the Fieldon area. Ernest R. Mc-| JERSEYVILLE - Miss Eliza- Donald, reported that as man.v;beth Moore and Miss Lots Davas 100 stave bolts of white oak is. members of the teaching ...... . ' . _.. JB. . by the serious illness of het sister, Mrs. Harry Howard of Burbank. Calif., formerly Miss Elizabeth Weber of Edwardsville. Concerts to Be Remitted JERSEYVILLE - Jerseyvllle ricr tjss Randolph Norfolki Va . operating -=—--:—• timber had been lost in onestafl of Community Unit School Municipal Band will resume Its French engineers now offer itwo devices to purify city air Scientists estimate that a tree)—one to reduce carbon monox- must soak up about 1.000 tons Ide fumes from car motors, UK? of | other to cut down fumes firom | Diesel trucks. of water to grow one ton wood. YOUTHFUL TARZANS CLIMB FALLEN TREE Tree which fell acrom McKlnley level arc unusual and make good climb- boulevard at State became playground ing places.—Staff Photo, for neighborhood kids. 'Branches at low OK will bp Mrs. Ed Politer, Mrs,' Lydla Jones and Mrs. Frieda Ctowder. World's largest floating dry- riuck is said to be the one at Amsterdam. In the Netherlands. Shaul to Direct Chorus Rehearsal at Carrollton OPEN TONITE! ollar Hardware Mutuals Expand Sales Force in Alton Area JAY CLARK M4 Acton. Wood Rivtr Clinton 4-1233 Wt * r«al plaature for Hardware Mutuals to announce the appointment of JAY CLARK in Alton and surrounding area. Jay will work with Howard Drew in the Alton area. He !s ready to put his skill to work on your personal end business insurance problems. A phone cell to Jey is ell it takes for you to get the letest fact? about Hardware Mutuals low cost, quality protection on « convenient premium payment plan. INSURANCE POM YOUR AUTO ... MOM! ... BUSINI8S Hardware Mutuals, CARROLLTON - V. C. Shaul session with Hugh Begg*, pro-: of Champaign, who direct* the fesKor of music at MaeMurray rural choruses In thp recital College. Cunningham has studi-i Klven annually at the State Fair ed with Miss Nita Ford of this in Springfield, will conduct the city tpr five years. emd has: rehearsal Monday evening for played in the National Piano• the Carrollton Community Chor- audition each year. In the state us in the public library. ^rade school piano contest this The rehearsal will be preced- -V par he won a first P |ace rat v ed by a picnic supper ai the City ; mgi | j Park. Members of the commit- Entertain* at Dinner ! tee for the evening are Mrs. CARROLLTON — Mr. and i Louise Steinacher, Miss Carol Mrs. Ray Gravels, of St. Louis, JHouseman, J. B. Trost, K. B. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Meldrum JMehl, Miss Cynthia Fullerton, and family, of Vandalia, Mr. I Charles Steinacher and Miss and Mrs. Robert Meldrum, of i Mary Lee Howard. White Hall, Dick Meldrum of j Quarterly Meeting at Jacksonville and Mrs. Gregg ;• Baptist Church Fuller of Carrollton were en- CARROLLTON - A quarter- tertained at dinner Sunday ati ly business meeting will be held Ihe home of Mrs. Oren Sieber- Wednesday.evening in the First mann. . Baptist church, preceded by a Carrollton Notes carry-in supper at 6:30 p.m. CARROLLTON — Mr. and Reports of the officers of the Mrs. Mike Young are moving church will be read at this time, this week to Roodhouse. Oilier Reunion Held M r . and Mrs. Darrell Ballard i CARROLLTON — The annual and son. of Clarendon Hills, are reunion of the descendants of guests this week of their par- Mr. and Mrs. George Giller was: e nts, Mr. Ada Ballard and Mr , held Sunday at the Woodbine j and Mrs. Charles Meek, j Country Club near Greenfield, j Mrs. Harry Shubert, of Ur' During the business meeting j bana, underwent major surgery Mrs. John Olbert of Wood River! Thursday in a hospital in Ur- 'was named president, and i bana. Mrs. Shubert is the form' her son, George Olbert, of Wood er Ann Walker, daughter oi i River, secretary. Mrs. C. G. Purl. ; A short program was given Mrs chris Dau m returned ; during the afternoon. Eddie and home Friday from Nape rvi]le , Donald Kuhnline. of Greenfield, : where she had spent a few jgave readings. Charles Daum, jweekg witn her son . in . law and ! of Carrollton, played a trumpet daught er, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth i solo, and songs were sung by sturgeon. She was accompained iGayle and John Olbert of Wood nome by Mr and Mrs sturge on i River, Bruce Sturgeon, of Na- and sons wno will be guests of !P erville, and Billy, Ruth, Bud, Mrs Daum and olher re ] a tives j Denny and Peggy Cole of Green- fo ,. severa j days . | field - • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Woods , Attending from Carrollton arid {amily of AUon and Mrs iwere Mr. and Mrs. Charles; Nina Woods of this dty re .i ; Daum and family, Mr. and Mrs. , urned nome Monday from aj iPaul Daum and family. Rickie ; . trip to Washington D . c . and : .Daum, Mrs. Chris Daum and other pomts of interes t in the Mayor and Mrs. Richard Giller. East They were guests {or a Studying Mu.ic in Jacksonville: time of M Sgt and Mrs Eu I THESE ITEMS ON SALE 5 to 9P.M. TONITE AND ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 12-oz. Evergreens, "trees, shrubs Nozzle RCK. Si 1.49 1 Just squeeze handy lever. Grass Trimmer 1 Door Mat 15*20 S| inch 1 Rubber. Black. Designed. Reg. 5] 1.98 2-edged blade. Long wood handle with rugged steel shaft. 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