Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 5, 1960
Page 12
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH spot* u&sflv Unsifted Established January 15, 1836 ALTON. ILL., TUESDAY, JULY 5, I960. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Prwi Mr*. Bolster to Sing With Wood River Municipal Band WOOD KIVER - Mrs. Peggy I night. n 1 H*MM M tt II «•* _ l..t I*. ..*. 41 «.& M H. Balster will make her first appearance of the summer season with the Wood River Municipal Band at 8 p.m. Wednesday In Central Park. The guest vocalist will sing "One Alone" from The Desert Song and Jerome Kern's "The Song Is You." ' The band, under the direction' of Chester Hughes, will play selections Including: "The Golden Eagle," by Walters: "Laura," byi Beeler; "Little Rhapsody In Blue," Gershwin; "In a Persian Market," Ketelbey: "Cuban Fan-, tasy," Kepner; "Fandango," Per-' kins; "Wagner Showcase," Moore; "Botnbasto," Farrar<and"Ballet Egyptian" by Luigini. j Ervin Mouish, band manager,: said that In the event a concert is rained out, lt> will be held the following evening. Friday the Municipal Blind will WOOD RIVKR — Wood Rivet plhy a concert at the Wood River city employes have been working Community High School baseball 12 and Hi hours a day to clean field from 7 to 8 p.m. in conjunc- up debris left by the recent (ion with n Shrlners and KniglAs storms: it was reported by Fred of Columbus Donkey Softball Penning, public works commis- Ifumc. sforier. Acroirlinn to Penning. Ice (Team Social Planned ()Vf1 ' :I(M) ( '"'"' k l"" ds of debris An Ice cream social, open to h" v ' v **>'" mllectpd, and r>00 addi- the public, is being sponsored by, tion;i1 tn "' k |rwr)s are sti " '•'*• instead o( in the streets where it ning. the Veterans of Foreign Wars f>''«'l''«l t" I" 1 picked up. Muck* traffic and gets into the are Auxiliary in conjunction with the Penning requested that rexi- st ,. pfj( ( ||»,j ns , cil >' concert of the band Wednesdav,dents place storm debris in allevs . . ,,,,,. ."'. ' Loose nnd seiitlereil debris on' Argentina'? ciii'bs and in gutters should be consumption Serving of ice cream and home! made cakes a'nd pies, will start j at fi p.m. and continue through! the early evening hours. The baked goods are provided by members of the Auxiliary who may make arrangements for pick-up service by contacting' 'nrl Benefiel, chairman, orf •rs of her committee Mrs.' Phipps, Mrs. Douglas Lit-! tie, Mrs. Roy Neer. Mrs. Villii. Frailey, nnd Mrs. Otis Little. 1,000 Loads Of Debris at Wood Roxana Couple Observe Their 25th Anniversary COOK'S PAINTS Boy on Bike Collides With Automobile KOAT RIULDERS Kulx-rf Wrrts, front, and Karl Green planned and constructed this 22-foot pontoon boat in three months at Weris' business on Manning and St. houis roads in Kiist Alton. They plan to make and sell other pontoon boats under the trade nami* of "Pleasure Craft. 1 " HP reported that streets boinj? swept by the DAN'S BRAKE SERVICE NOW IN OUR NEW Location 920 BELLE ST. ALTON, ILL. FEATURING: SHELL GASOLINES and OILS STOP IN COMPLETE TODAY FOR AUTO SERVICE DAN'S Brake Service and SHELL SERVICE STATION 920 Belle, Alton Phon. HO 5-2521 in I>OM J pet capita meat is 255 pounds H by residents and placed year: Australia's is 218 and for pick ups. said Pen- n< the t'.S. 167 pounds. Welders Turn \ To Building Pleasure Boats ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett of Doerr Ave., observed their 25th wedding anniversary on July 3 and were honored at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Car- 'roll on E. Fourth street Friday I ovoning. A mock wedding was featured ' with Clifton Sturgeon as the ; prraehrr. Wilbert Trup was best WOOD RIVKR — Billie E man fuK ' flarolcl Carroll as father illogle, 7. son of Mr. and~Mrs^ of tho hridp - Mr ' !ind Mrs - Bur " Billir L. Hogle. 80 Harriott St.,i netl vverp lh(> hridfl anfl R' - oom. sipparenfly escaped serious inju- Mrs t'ari'oll was {resisted in ry Sunday when a bicycle hej sm ''"R lj - v Mrs - Clifton Sturgeon jwas rdiing was struck by an au-! anci Mrs- Wilbcrt True, who baked itomobile. a Wedding cake complete with a i According to a police report,' miniaturebride and groom on the the child was riding his bikej'op' north on State street and attempt- 1 Guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. ed to cross from the west to the {True. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sturgeon, least side of the street. His bike!Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen. Mr. and (skidded, and a car driven byjMrs. Harry Carter. Mr. and Mrs. James Allshouse. 158 Park Ave.,' Arthur Mikkelson, Mr. and Mrs. struck the rear of the bike. H. Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Del- The report indicated that the i mar Monkcn. boy was taken home after the - --accident, and his parents were Plans for the Boston Tea Par- iidvised that he would M given '5 were formulated at the Green X-rays Inter. Dragon, a coffeehouse. Enter*) Hospital Mrs. Walter Moore, 154 East Alton Ave., entered St. Luke'* Hospital in St. Louis on Monday. She will undergo surgery later this week. Beautify Year Asphalt Driveway With COOK'S NUDRIVE DRIVEWAY COAflNC • Ready to Use ... • Easy to Apply > Dries Quickly ^ • Very Durable • Seals & Protect! Costs Only Bruih given with etch 5 gallon* of Nudrfvt. Limit OM per custom*!. Or. if you prefer, you m*r purchue in etiy-to-u**. tund-up roller »t die special reduced price of only 9«c. - Osl. In 5'« TlIK CHRISTIAN SCIKNCK MONITOR 4TH & PIASA ALTON * THE ONLY DEALER IN THE ALTON-WOOD RIVER AREA IF IT ISN'T LIKE THIS IT IS NOT FLEXSTEEL! INSIST ON LOOKING UNDERNEATH BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR LIVINSROOM FURNI- TUR6. GET THE GENUINE! COME TO L&L! Open Monday Nites Until 9 ROXANA —Thr Women's Bibln. KAST ALTON A boat building business began when a 22- foot pontoon boat was completed in late .June by Robert Worts. 184 Maywrxxl Kcl.. Rosewood i class of the First Baptist Church Heights, nnd Karl Green. l r mvill meet at 7:30 p.m. today at Westhaven Avv.. \foro. at (he church for the monthly busi- Werts' welding business on Man ness and fellowship meeting. Mrs., ning and St. Louis roads in East, Samuel Fleming will read the de- : Alton. I ; votionals and refreshments will bej The two -men plan to custom j served by Mrs. Eleanor Metcalf make other boats by order unhand Mrs. Roy Amies, der the trade name of "Pleas-; Contes , Posnioned ure Craft." The first newly con- D ,-. v ,».., ™ . , .,..., .tructed 22-foot pontoon boat is; ^^ ~ J 1 * tr * ck , a "5 ' eld ; docked at Ptasa Harbor on the meet . scheduled for last-Friday' Alton Lake ! morning by the Roxana playground was postponed because of the The first boat's complete deck weather and will be held this Fvi- is 19 feet long and eight feetj day at 2 p . m .. according to the wide. The deck includes a 1C-; playground supervisor, Miss Judy foot covered area, a six-foot j jj av , \vjiij s . open area and a three-foot . swimming and fishing platform, all of which are eight feet wide. i The boat's construction was completed in three months byj i Werts and Green. Each pontoon was made in three separate parts out of 16 gauge sheet met,al. All the boat's metal parts were welded by Werts and Green, and the tarpaulin was made by their wives. Bible Class to Meet at Roxana Good Reading for the Whole Family •News •Facts • Family Features Aluminum Ladders 20-Ft. Extension Ladder Easy to Handle, Never Rusts. • Complete with Rope, Pulley and Non-Skid Rubber Feet. Special Value! Now Only Handy Step Ladder Light, Safe. Will Not Rust! 5-ft. Size Big 28 x 31-in. Full Skin The Christian Scicnct Monitor On* Norway St., Boston IS, Man. Send your ncwspopir for tht timt checked. Enclosed find niy check er money order. 1 year $20 Q 6 months $10 Q 3 months $5 Q Nome GIANT CHAMOIS I Perfect for car. i Makes Glass Gleam • Full Skin l Imported • Oil-Tanned COOK'S PAINTS 8 W. BROADWAY PHONE HO 5-5821 'Only i E«. Tuberculosis, polio, cancer and heart trouble are the most publicized diseases In the United States. Addrm City Zon» Stot* Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily SAVINGS WILL YOURS HAVE A CUSHION? Start Saving Today /.' Any Amount---Any Time S A V E by the 15th PER YEAR EARN from the 1st STOP IN TODAY!! For the First 15 Days in July FREE COFFEE, ICED TEA Juct Stop in — have a cup of coffee and see the plans for our new office budding! When You Save Dees Make A Difference/ SAVINGS & LOAN Association Timpiririly Lioitid it 617 E. Brtidwiy ALTON, ILLINOIS F Starts Tonight— Our Annual SUMMER CLEARANCE Dresses Blouses and Skirts Jamaica Sets Cotton Gowns and P.J.'s and many other Items! Reduced to Get terrific buys on wear-now styles In Vogue's all-out clearance. We've slashed .. prices in every department to clear the way for fall fashions. Open Tonight m 91

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