Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1960 · Page 11
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July 6, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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WEDNESDAY, JULY ft, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH South Roxana Ctrfrt To Visit Memorial *JUtM ROXANA — Cot» flf Pack 24 will go to Jefferson Memorial in St. Louis Friday. Ttitwe ptoTmtaK to attend will meet at fte how* of Cnbtruwtw Robert Sullivan at 10 a.m. ftnne it Camp SOUTH ROXANA — Mw. Mar- gawt t»ogg of Indiana avenue left Monday for Camp Sttullbone to the Woods « Hlltoboro, Mo. she te empMjed at a wife cxptAs Uk remain with the camp until Aug. 18 but tHll Spend iwwlMMlds at home. Mrs. Poag is none and health i teacher at Wood ftlver High .School. n0Qfn SOUTH ROXANA — Douglas land David Poag. sons of Mrs. i Margaret Poag of Indiana Av»., left Tuesday for Sherwood Forest at Troy, Mo., where they will spend two weeks. They will spend the following four weeks at Camp Sktifibotw hi the Woods at MnlsbOTo, Mo. where their mother te dWIplofwd Ss ftorte. Mrs. Robert Knippfng and daughter Cindy of Oak Ridge, Tern., have departed for home after visiting relative in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krrtpptng of Ohio avenue, accompanied by his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. William Knippfng of Orafrtte City, visited Monday fn East St. Lous with another brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Taipei Police May Lose AH Telephone* TAIPEI. Formosa <f> — Thr Talpti fttftce bureau la tn danger lot having all if* phones an off because It owes more than $5,000. The horeati satd it fid not have the money became its budget is too small. It asked the city government for a special appropriation. Mrs. Henry Knlpping. i Don't take our word-ask a neighbor about his Buick '60! * m t_t_ __i^_ -.—-. ». --. _i_._.-._ _»* .A*M&MMA M.A«» •.«•» «*•<»•*• K«MB »«itt«f *«/**• f*t wrttt rli^rtc run it* \rVilHmf Vft a Buick sales we toinng, «o chances are someone near you owns bor may even let you check out its Wildcat V8 and Turbine * new Buick '60 A«k him about it... this greatest of all Buicka. Drive* for scat (then you're hooked). But, the clincher comes 8ft,in the wide, sod seats, note the ro-o-o-o-m! Try a ride, feel when you try this Buick on for price. A beaut of a buy any .• i. . t • i ._.ri __ i *l t. _ * _ . L. _ _^A* ««M« A •>,&••••> r\A<*l A**'« »«t>**4 A* «e*A « *• *K>»««* •% H.ttm* hj*ct «•• ant et/vrii • t the proud way thi* beauty flaui over bumps, thank* to the cost- .He»t, becfiwi chassis on any US. car. If you're lucky, your neigh- time, your Dealer's trades are at their all-time best right now! See why the big move's to Buick-at your Buick Dealer's now! WHY THE BIO MOVE'S TO BUICK! YOUR QUALITY BUICK DEALER IN THIS AREA IS: WALLY BERGER BUICK 927 E. Broadway, Alton, Your Buick Dealer is the man to see for Better-Buy used cats, tool • ma at 3-STRAP SANDALS Smart way tt 6rt t/« ttirtvgk th» summer I Imported vinyl sandals are cushioned with comfy eponge rubber. Have non-skid rubber tolei . . . trim wedge beds. Washable, too! Choose costume- flattering white, natural or red. Women's sizes 5-9. BREEZY COOL, SHORT SLEEVED COTTON SPORT SHIRTS 1 77 ONLY JL.4 4 3 for 5.00 Imported washable lightweight woven cotton . . • dries smooth in a jiffy! Fabulous features include: • 2-way collar with permanent stays. • 2 pockets, short sleeves • securely anchored chip and heat resistant buttons. • choice of 3 cool weaves... in favorite white. • can be worn tucked-in or cut • Sizes 14^ to 16ft. crisp cotton tk«vt)is$ blouses 1.00 ••nforiied brotdcloths... •r« pcrftct mates to favorite ikiru, shorts, pants! Choose from more than a dozen •My wash and iron styles. Solids, stripes, dots, checks jome with scoop necks, feur P»B. johnny, Italian, Hilor collars. Sizes 32 to 38. LIGHTWEIGHT, FOLDING ALUMINUM FURNITURE CHAIR 437 «omp. 4.95 value ''' i i tiMMwr-happy style fer the khUiis or39e Save 17c Boyi* »nd girli' easy-on boxer shorts are perfect for long wear, roughest pUy! in« dud** M»yw#b poplin* wd no-iron, piMJt bwadclothj. All with utug waistbwwi* . in kidi'iizc* Kf tp Co^ «t Our FOUNTAIN JAMAICA SHORTS iff. MO m bright choice of UH MOitt i|)it i. jov f took* juw like dip this umbrollo on your patio choir 3.99 comp. 4,95 vilut S«ve 9te on this useful um* br.ella. Clips on to any tub* ular chair . . , goose neck adjust* to any angle. In iturdy acetate with a wide •pread. Green or red with white. Light weight, easy to itore. UltllfMl. FOURTH OF JULY PARADE Pictured here are the participants Park. AH of the children reside tn the in a neighborhood parade celebrating neighborhood near the park. — John the Fourth of July near Rtverview Budde Photo. H osvittd Notes ALTON MEMORIAL MEDICAL Mrs. Opal Dustman, Godfrey. Mrs. Louise Phillips, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Ruby Warren. Roxana. Michael Grover. 3632 E> Doerr. Mrs. Irene Reeder, 3607 Berkeley. Mrs. Jean Giesow, Godfrey. Mb. Ruth McDanel, 612 Main. Wanda DeSherlia, Batchtown. SURGICAL Jerry Trout, 307 Brookside. Mrs. Rose Saxon, 632 E. 5th. Frank Romano, 11 West Wai- cott, Wood River. Ollle B. Price, Hartford. Mrs. Cleora Oleson, 112A W. 9th. Mrs. Mary Jean McKee, 232 I Penning. Miss Karen Luebber, 3865 Coronado. Henry Hommert, FJdwardsvllle. Gerald Harris, 517 Elfgen. John Dick, 809 E. 6th. | Mrs. Margaret Bussard, Red wood Mrs. Wilifred Handrickson. 864 Washington William Clayton, Bethalto. Mrs. Lucille Mayford, Wood River Mrs.' Phyllis Marin, 509 Lam- nert Joseph Losch, 514 Lawton. Mrs. Susan Zimmerman, 1116 Ouincv Ct Tnstirp 121 McPherson Snse Wc^Kven Grafton. iMrs. Sarah Porter, 1128 Pearl. ! Frank Buckner 310 Mclnerney. ~ Falev Godfrey M« v2ta ivS5 [white Hall. Mrs. Marilyn Rich, East Alton. Mrs. Emma Schmidt, Godfrey. JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. William Preis, Alton Mrs. Harold Scoggins, Carrollton Mrs. Clara Coughlin, Hardin Terri Lynn Wailord. Grafton George W. Witt, Jerseyville Miss Lucy Lamar, Hardin Mrs. Frank Fulkerson, Jersey- ' ville : SURGICAL Mrs. Harvey Collins, Jerseyville | DISMISSALS ! iMrs. Carl Arnold Sr., Piasa j ; Ronald White, Jerseyville i| I Cynthia White, Jerseyville yicki .Shaw, Jerseyville Mrs. Joe Swan, Hardin Mrs. Wayne Gordon, Hickman, Ky. Mrs. Frank Drury, Jerseyville Lloyd Perdun, Fieldon Franklin Armstrong, Jerseyville Harry Gibson, Jerseyville. Mrs. Wesley Cope. Fieldon ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Ola Jouett, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Malinda Rogers, 1203 WU- lard. Mrs. Gertrude Wooldridge, Hartford. Chris Newman, 2613 Waldon. DISMISSALS Mrs. Josephine Prickett, Hartford. Ross Faulkner, 146 Eula, Wonri River. Mrs. Doris June Marks, 98 Redwood Dr., Godfrey. ST. JOSEPH'S MEDICAL . Miss Benita D. Williams, 1920 Gross. Miss Cordelia Schuette, 3030 Edwards. n „ , Mrs. Helen Jun, 837 Spruce. Mrs. Constrance Everett, 821 E. 'Mrs. Josephine Jones, 1037 Un; lon - j Steven R. Gold, 1225 Victor. Guy McGinnis, West Alton. IMrs Gwen Bell, 200 Grand.'East ; Alton . • _.- »•»•» <t«nsk *-n : Thomas OLeary, 2432 Bloomer. Fredrick Schuette^Bethalto. Percy Hlckerson, Hickerson. Mrs. Frances Grimes, 2803; North. / Miss Kathleen Madgich, Mount Olive. Mist Anastasla Murphy, 417! Prospect. Misa Pamela BJoodvvOrth, Bethalto. James Stephens, Granite City. W. R. TOWNSHIP. MEDICAL Miss Norma L. Sitzes, Bethalto. Mrs. Mary Dorene Ford» Gran; He, City. ; Mark W. Brueggeban, 791 Birch, i East Alton. • ; Donald R. Davenport, Hartford. Roy J. Mohrman, Edwardsville. jJulin Lynette Totzell, US Haller, ! East Alton. Richard Lynn. South Roxana. Robert Lee Mansfield, Moro. SURGICAL George E. Skundrich, 67 Lorena; Debra Ann Williams. 2THarnett. DISMISSALS Mrs. Alice Faye Drake, Cottage Hills. . Mrs. Lillian O. Sitze, 50th S. Ninth, East Alton. Thomas Eugene Twente, South Roxana. HARD OF HEARING! 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