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July 5, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAOftSLX Medora Church School ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 3, I960 Progr am METORA - Thr M > t h o A i s t Churrh h«d a School program Davis, conference After the program was displayed in the missionary. handiwork basement and refreshments of punch, coffee Mutzhauer. Mrs. Gene Turner, Mrs. A. E. Frueh. Mrs. Harry Heyen. Mrs. Earl Stnmk. Mrs. William Rathgeber. Mrs. Trw and ewoklPB were served to thr j French «"d Mrs. Sterling Baker, ortwd. Thp eookfps ww donated! Mrs - R «'r* Linsle y wns in by Mrs. E. T. Hunt and Mrs. E.!* 1 "^ of * p mw '«' ancl thp rp - Va.Tition BihlPiL Kahl. freshmfnl committee included Friday owning i Mrs. Tom fYiioh was directtrr of ! Mr * T T f^rflPmnn and Mrs with all thr rhilrtron narticipatina;. Forty-nlnr rhildrrn and thirteen workers werr- rnrolled. Thr average attendsm-o uas 42. The daily offrrttips "ill he sent to Rev. Bill fhe school, with Mrs Darrell Eddleman and Mrs. Loster Cox as co- directors. Teachers and helpers were Mrs. Dnrrell Eddleman. Mrs. Joseph George Wilton. Former Resident MEDORA - Mrs. Nell Peebles has received word troni Mrs. Jennie Weinstein of Chicago that Mrs. Hilda (Lax) Spizey was found dead at her home in St. Louis May 28. She had previously suffered a stroke. Mrs Splzer was the only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lax. who were in the drygoods business in Medora for many years with the latr Mr. and Mrs. Simon Gruhn. parents of Mrs. i Weinstein. | Achievement Ua.V ! MEDORA — The Kempermakers 4-H Club attended thr 4-H Achieve- ment Day at Jerseyville Friday. Marie Hilyard, Donna Sltghtom land Judy McAfee received an A 'rating on their skirts: Diatma Hubbard and Sherry Gaffney received A ratings on their dresses, and Darlene Kllimit, Mnry Jo Cunningham, Janice and Colette Burton received B ratings on dresses. .Sherry Gaffney received a B and Mary Huim a C on meat loaves. Darlenr Klimut received a C rating on her demonstration on mak- 'ing oat meal cookies. Mrs. James Caveny and Mrs. roy GftifflGy ftft wmitrft of tftft ch*. MEDORA — Mis* Rom Cltne arrived Saturday from Chicago to vteit over the, Fourth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cllrte. Mr. and Mrs. Hdwin Cltne of St. Charles, Mo., were also guests Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cline and j daughter, Miss Ruth Cline, spent 'Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Cline at Overland, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Reed spent the three-day holiday on a trtp to Wisconsin. A .fcg aa ,^^Mrt Mafr cnWVRIIIiHl If»y MEDORA — The Bethel Bake end Stitch club participated Ift the Achievement Day program RI Jerseyvllle Friday. Elaine and Linda Johnson and Dotls Ann and Roberta Frost received an A rating on their dresses which were Judged, and Karen Loy, Martha Baker, Patty John- son and Jean McDaniela Wftilv* ed a B rating. Karen Loy also received a C rating on her food demonstration. Mrs. James Moran is leader of the club. PO* ATMum poor toe f«4-f, lot 8 to 8 days. Hatch fresh-M-a-daliy, healthy akin replace tne infection, tf not delighted with Instant-drying T-4-L, yottr 4ac Hack from any druggist. Note: T-4-L |g especially for sevare eases. NOW at THRIFTY tmtft CO—Adv. TUESDAY, JULY 5, I960 STONE BROS, TfCLBPMONt! BO Mill Alton, HI. — 111 W. third M. Wood River Store at OoflMt of tartuMii and Wood Mm A*e. Dtal iflJntwi 4-IHt WED.-THS.-FRUSAT. THE UPPER ALTON BUSINESS MEN WISH EACH AND EVERY BOY ENTERED IN THE '60 SOAP BOX DERBY THE VERY BEST OF LUCK IN SUNDAY'S RACE * * Reg. $19.95 '/<" ELECTRIC *1A DRILLS IU Power Mowers 20" . . $49.95 22" . . $54.95 New Dylite ICE SA95 CHEST Reg. $1.70 Grass Whips $1.49 20 Gallon TRASH $969 GANS 2 < HEDGE $029 SHEARS L Hunting $145 I flnlavnc I Lanterns LET US SOLVE YOUR TIME-KEEPING PROBLEMS Let Us Sell You a New Watch and Keep It Running for You! 100 STYLES IN WATCHES '19'.' To Cheese From ... Priced From ALTON HDWE. & PAINT GO. Authorized Franchiitd "ELGIN" Dialer (14 Years in Upper Alton) IRVIN H. MANEKE I*' WE ARE HERE TO SERVE ...IN SO MANY WAYS Whatever your banking needs, you can count on us to serve them . . . quickly, efficiently. And tile service you enjoy here is friendly as well as complete. Information about any of our banking facilities gladly supplied. BANK*/ ALTON '' AliON. ILLINOIS 2504 COLLEGE UPPER ALTON DIAL HO 2-3641 1714 WASHINGTON AVE. UPPER ALTON PH. HO 5-1410 ALTON Mt MHf (<' f- f BANK DRIVE-IN SERVICE SAFE DEPOSIT PERSONAL LOANS SAVINGS ACCOUNT CHECKIN< ACCOUNT BANK BY MAIL BICYCLES . All Sim '28™ * Bicycle Accessories FLASHLIGHTS 42o (less batteries) Bitltriis lOe I AUTOMOBILE • Tires • Tubes • Seat Coven • Accessories • Parts Beg. 12.05 Value Automatic Auto BURGLAR ALARMS Mas ivW FISHING Rods Reels Minnow Buckets Tackle Boxes Accessories BAR-B-Q GRILLS Priced $|98 from * CHARCOAL 10 Tfl c vnMnwUHL iv ii,!. * • REDUCTIOHS ON SUMMER GOODS — SAVE I to Order Your School Uniforms and Blousos Now. GIRLS' SUMMER DRESSES Values $i| 59 $*%59 to $3.99 JL and LADIES' SUMMER COTTON DRESSES Broken sixes. $4 88 Reg. $2.00 values.. BOYS' and GIRLS' SUN SUITS Sizes OO*h 1 to 4 OOC LADIES' SHORTS, HALTERS, TEE-TOPS 00 CHILDREN SHORTS Sizes ¥% $4 00 3 to fix ... 4fc for A ' 59° WESTERN AUTO 1*49 WASHINGTON AVE. UPPER ALTON PH. HO 2-5931 EXPERT FURNITURE & CARPET CLEANING! LADIES' ft CHILDREN'S WEAR SHOPPERS' CHARGE SERVICE 2523 COLLEGE AVE. UPPER ALTON Give your Carpets and Furnl- tun t&0 car* they deserve, L*t w expert clean them. HO 5-8141 We Oh* EAGLE BTAJIPS For Extra Savings, SUPERIOR CARPET CLEANERS 1636 MAIN ST. - UPPER ALTON ATTENTION! DERBY DRIVERS GRADUATE TO POWER WITH » Go-Carts • Dart Karts • Yardsters COMPLETE CARS ft ACCESSORIES "ANY FOR 00-KART RACING" KARTS & PARTS (BILL HARDIN, JR.) 1S3S Washington Avt. - Upptr Alton - HO 5-6349 YOU'RE ALWAYS A YOUR CLOTHES ARE GLEANED BY... STORICS CLiANfRSWfUfiRliRff •^•^^•^^^^^^•^•^ ww% •Wo^^'Js^^fc ^*^^K VwUBk^P^BK,^^^^^^^^^^^ 1655 Washington Ave. • Upper Allen - HO 5.5566 | • EXPERT CLEANING METHODS • STORAGE | ISO GALLON, 51-FOOT FAMILY POOL • Steel Wire Frwne • 64" Wide, 10" Deep • Free Maintenance Kit Included PRICE GOOD AT ALL STOKES TOOA? THltOUGH SATURDAY THRIFTY DRUG STORES Re* *t.9S MEN'S SUMMER SLACKS $095 a Pairs For • | « M 1662 WASHINGTON UPPER ALTON HO 5-7423 DON'T MISS THE BIG DERBY RACE Short SJotvt SPORT SHIRTS Valiitf to S3.f S TH Harry Limit ot » only $188 SUNDAY. JULY 10 ON COLLEGE AVE. IN FRONT OF ALTON HIGH SCHOOL ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Hardin Semite Receive Awards HARDIN—A first class badge And 9 tenderfoot pins were presented at a Soy Scout Court of Honor Thursday night In the Farm Bureau building. Tlmmy Campbell was the recipient of the first class badge, and those who received ttnderfoot pins Bobby uontbach, 3ot , uvitttf uflwfJBMA, Lar* ty and Terry Osterman, Jim Mill, Butch McOowwi, John Hartey end Randy Wagner. Parent* ol the boys attended the program which wa« direct, ed by Scoutmaster Audry Grew. Oress. who has served «s scoutmaster for several months, will move to Efflngham with his family next month, and his position at scoutmaster win be tafeen orw by Paul Aderton Jr. Vhrtt MARO1N— Twenty-two women of the North Calhoun and Kampavilte Woman 1 * Clubs spvnt Thursday of last week in Jacksonville. Prom 9 to 11 a.m.. they were escorted through Jacksonville State Hospital by a hospital employe, Mrs. Claude Armstrong, member of a for met Ca&Mun County family. After Idflch, ttw women went on a guided tour. t&'Big Tlfmf MARDIN - Winiam McOee of south of Hardin was on* of a group of 82 former ma.lor league baseball players now living In the St. Louis area, who were Introduced in between- game ceremonies at Busoh Stadium Friday night, where the St. Louis Cardinals played the Milwaukee Braves. McGee wa* a pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals for several years, and also played briefly for the Giants. ftardtn ftotea HARDIN - Mrs. Leslie Wineland and Mrs, W. A. Benz of fell two stories, after a ladder slipped while he was painting. Mrs. Harry Woodruff of Belleview is i-ecovering from a painful Injury to her arm and hand caused by the wringer of her washing machine. Melody, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hagen of North Calhoun County, were at JNebo. was taken to Illlni Hospl- St. .John's Hospital in Spring- jtn) in PHtsfield Wednesday eve- field Thursday to visit their j nine, after she broke her arm brother. Curt man Angelo. who i while plnylne on a free which was seriously injured when he 1 had heen cut down. A new oil well will be drilled at lehi. 12 miles west of the oil- less Barlkewa well, in the long- continued search for petroleum in Papua, Port Moresby learns. (p F8f4n •LAIR HOME SUPPLY State * Belle <tn The Wedt«> Phones tto Mil* or tto MMI Tasmania, Australia's island state, haa the appearance of an English countryside. M0t*9 CWRrGPt iflr Wff IR*I| FALSE TEETH nvro U • PlMMEift^ w*y y0 OTTlKP6Q?&y loon ptwi dtooomfoft. 7A6'I'JIB i rH t •tl ifftpTUVWi poWdMF ( BpfiflltlMI OB upptr «na lower plates bold* th«m fimcr so $bs.t thsy fMi inon con* fontbu. No gummy, goott, ptstj tMW of f«*Ung. tfs *lk*lln« (nan- •cid). Oom not sour Checks "plttt odor brMth". o« rAr 412 ***- ^ - - •t dfu* counters rural Alton Floral MO MO t41tt JULY TO SHOW OUR ENTHUSIASM WE ARE SPONSORING A BIG DERBY WEEK FILLED WITH OUTSTANDING VALUES FOR SUCH AN OUTSTANDING EVENT. WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. ONLY! SHEETS $ 72" x 108" or 81" x 99" White "^ Pepperell or Dan fliver LIMIT 3 DERBY DAYS ARE DOLLAR SAVING DAYS AT ... GET CLEARANCE SALE PRICES IN THE HEART OF THE SEASON: iDERBY SPECIALS ••i 16S« Washington Avt. FASHION LANE COLLEGE ft WASHINGTON AVES. - UPPER ALTON » LlfehfltW • Hithboro • Alton • Pmo • Gillospi* • Stounron SREAT SAVINGS IN Women's: • Summer Dresset OSklrU • Bloam Girls': • BlOUMM • Dreaaes Boys': • Short Sleeve Sport Shirts • Summer PanU • 2-Pc. PanU and Shirt Set Men's: O Summer Slack* For 1 DAILY DOUBLE Buy One Dress at Regular Price. Get Second Dress of Equal Value FREE! 2522 College Ave. 622 E. Broadway J A K f s ^^ < i < i i i i 4 < 1 ( ( ( ( FEATURING DELICIOUS . . . • STEAKS • CHICKEN • PIZZA LARGE MENU OF DELICIOUS FOODS TO SELECT FROM < Food Served 10 A.M. to 1 A.M. ! FOR A FASTER, CLEANER, : MORE ECONOMICAL WASH ; - Visit 18 MINUTE U-WASH ; 1642 Washington Ave., Upper Alton Plenty of FREE PARKING in Rear 1 i 1648 WASHINGTON AVE. UPPtR ALTON j A K SV 1B> f s ^•^ AT TERRY'S SHOES SAE ONE DOLLAR SHOP OUR STORE DURING DERBY WEEK TERRY'S SHOES ••^^^•^^^••••••^••••••^ Reg. $1.39 Children's Tennis Shoes 99° Reg. 7»o Infant's Sun Suits 59V i Reg. $1.49 Plastic CtolhM Intel 99* lPktf.200 Paper Napkins 39 Reg. 98c Children's Psdal Pishsrs 79* Reg. 69e Beauty Hair Vel 59V ... FOR ALL THI PAMILY . 2520 COLLIGI AVI. UPPIR ALTON HO 5-5118 DERBY WEEK SPECIALS! PITTSBURGH WALLHIDE $6.45 6il. 60-FT. PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE 12.98 7 JAR OOLD PACKERS 12.49 10.QT. HEAVY 8ALVANIZED PAILS Tie WE SIVE EASLE STAMPS STALP HARDWARE COME, TIE ON A BIB AND DIG RIGHT IN... If you'r* looking for good food, then look no farther, we teke greet pride in our cooking end our custom- EDELMAN'S BED FRANKUN 282« COLLIOt AVI. - UPPiK ALTON RED HOT DERBY WEEK SPECIALS! ALL WOOL THROW RUGS AMI! DOM'T FIIRfllTTi WbUe MRII UUH I rUnllE 1 1 "> e *'« »«« » you get hungry, hot or Uilr»t> we're only one block away. 27"*3o" *i .95 J7"iM" »3 Mil UPPil ALTON HO 2-IOI1 DELUXE CAFE 2519 COLLEGE AVE. * UPPER ALTON | NUMEROUS SIZI HALL it UNNER5 A RIMNANTS | SUPERIOR CARPET CO. U3* MAIN ST. - UPPII ALTON - PHONI HO 14.41 DONT MISS THE BIG DERBY RACE SAVE $1.00 •0«ntar $2.50 Valu* TH SUNDAY. JULY 10 ON COLLEGE AVE. IN FRONT OF ALTON HIGH SCHOOL HELENA RUBINSTEIN $ COLOR SHAMPOO Many Colors lof.3.M MAY •MC 'I" mi DELIVERY 2500 COLLEGE UPPER ALTON

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