Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1960 · Page 3
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July 6, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THRtfc Medora Couple Observe Their 54th Anniversary MEDORA - The fifty-fourth weddinj? anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Jones Sr. was celebrated Monday at their home? with a picnic dinner on the lawn. The anniversary date, however. Is June 30. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Jones Sr. and son, Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mercer. Medora; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Moore and Jerry Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Jones Jr. and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones. Tony and Cathy; Mr. and Mrs. Krnesf Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Colrrnan Realty and Curtis, Wayne Ani?le, Richard Jones, Mrs. Marilyn Ragan, Dennis and Kevin. Mrs. Curtis Bishop and son, Virgil, Granite City. Their marriage occurred June 30, 1906, at the bride's home in Springfield. Mo., she being Miss Carrie Groves before her marriage. The Rev. E. K. Peebles, a Baptist minister, officialed. They resided In Kansas City, Mo., the first two years of their married life, then returned to Springfield. Mo. In 1922 they moved to Granite City and in 1940 they moved to a farm west of Medora. They have seven children, three daughters and four sons: Mrs. Walter Mercer, Medora, Mrs. Robert Cooper, Jerseyville, Mrs. Ronald Moore, Shelby Jr., Emmett and Paul, Granite City, and Lloyd, at home. Entertain With Fish Fry MEDORA - Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hart entertained with a fish fry Monday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Metcalfe. Dfanne and David, Chesterfield; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chlsm and son. Miss Connie Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Hart, Linda and Arlene, and Tom Luke tich. Medora Notes MEDORA - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. William Rathgeber and family attended a birthday par ly Monday evening for their daughter, Mrs. W. D. Spencer, at Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. William Pope and family visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clayton at Vermont. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Summers, Peorla, are spending a three- week vacation here with rela tlves. Mrs. Mary Arnold, Littleton, and her daughter of Macomb spent Saturday with the former's sister, Mrs. Rolla Wayman. Mr. and Mrs. A. Klimut and daughter spent the weekend at her sister's cabin at Mascoutah. on the Kaskaskia river. Mrs. Elsie McCrellis and her father, Edward Gilworth, re- Woman Screams As Feet Burn! "Can't invlhlng help— ay lent irt OB fln". «h« cried •• ihe took off twr that*. Too bad the didn't know about soothlnf n»dlc*t*d lev-Mint with lanolin. Ico-MInt lUrtf to *ork IniUntly to »ooth-> «nd niter* tlr«d burning feet—»o!un» conu •nd ctllouMi. Get Ice-Mint today. ADDITION TO HARDWARE STORE Space added to St. Peters Hardware in North Alton fa belnr* used now. The addition was put up at the mouth cor- ner of the existing building, and provides a large floor space for the owners. —Staff Photo. turned home Monday from a week's visit at the home of her son, Gene McCrellis, Ballwin, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Felix and family returned home Monday to Hillsboro, Ind., after a weekend visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Doyle. Miss Ruth Cline returned to Chicago Monday after a holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cline. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Chism took her father, Howard Alberts, of Alton, to the Missouri WALLPAPER MONTICELLO COLOR CENTER Monticello Plata Godfrey Nearly $1,000 Spent Clearing Bethalto Streets BETHALTO - Nearly $1,000 was spent for labor and equipment to clear Bethalto streets of trees and debris from the windstorm July 30. Mayor Erwin Plegge said at a meeting of the P aid fines on char 8 es of traffic village board Tuesday night. violations in the police magis- Telegraph. Fire Chief Lester Cook reported that firemen answered two emergency calls last month. No fire calls were reported .Cook said. Police Chief Clyde Tlsdel Sr., reported 12 traffic arrests for the month and one arrest for disorderly conduct. Bills for the month were al lowed by the board. Traffic Violators Fined BETHALTO — Two persons Street crews will stop hauling brush Thursday, Plegge said. trate's court Saturday. Kenneth B. Hicks, 1205 West SKARS 3 DAY SALE THUR. FRIDAY AND SAT. ONLY! the luxury off light walnut color In 3-pc, bedroom suite Regular 129.95 'it Pay Your Utility Bills at Sears—Gas, Lights and Water. Plenty of storage space in 10 dovetailed drawers ONLY $5 DOWN O Double dresser, chest and bookcase bed Thought you couldn't afford dramatic modern? Look at Sears low price for big sturdily built suite of hardwood and hardboard. Printed walnut finish. In other action, the board Drive, Cottage Hills, was fined, a announced that the annual aud-jt° tal of * 15 on a chal * e of driv " itor's report would be published!'^ in ^ wron g lane of traffic - 160-COIL MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING in the Want Ads section of the Doud L. Whiteside, Bassett drive,; — Alton, paid a $10 fine for run- Pacific Hospital, St. Louis, forjning a stop sign. treatment. j Reunion Held -- | BETHALTO — Mr. and I Mrs. Alfred Ness and daughters, j Kansas City, were guests of Mr. jand Mrs. Ben VanDuker at a j reunion held recently at the j VanDuker residence, 404 VV. ^Central St. Other guests were Mr. Louis Williams and fam: ily, Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pingolt, Rosewood Heights, Mr. Pay Your Utility Bills at Sears — Gas, Lights, Water. JTony Pingolt and family. Rose• sunshine colors • blazing white • sand beiges • plaids • checks • black wood Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Bay all you need now. last txf "CHARGE IT I" on Sears Revolving Charge. pants, pants and more pants huge assortment all at a low 198 298 JL nn j mftL Louis Vanders. Bethalto. 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