Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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Section 2 Pnitrs 15.26 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport Amusement Classified KslablisherS January 15, 1KJ6 Woman Hurt in I lard in Accident l^uosls of Mi. iinri Mrs. I,. V.j iKinsci al their homo in Hardin, thoir sons and families. and Mrs. Dyal Kinser and' , children of Metropolis. and Mr. \ rind Mrs. (Tiarlrs Kinwr nhd sotli Mr. Sgt. Costello Rites Conducted At Greenfield ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, I960. 77irw Alton Tenrher* at 3c Per Copy Member of The Associated Prew ICari Cope. Carlinville. | Charles Burrouxhs. chaplain. :conducted American legion nut' lat rites at Oakwood Cemctr-rv. SK(. Vinson Scott of the Air 1 Force, who had been assotJated with S«t. Costello 12 years, was military escort and nernmpa- niffl the body to (Jreenfirld. Oilier Reunion GREENFIELD -- George Ol- ! Medina! journals around the world publish more tlnn 20().0t)fl articles each year. HARDIN --Mrs. .loo Kflel- of Bcwyn. Also ;i guest in the beck of Kirkwood. Mo., was Kinser home was Mrs. Alma slightly injured Tuesday morn- Hubbard of Alton, a *i«ler-in- ; ing when the car in which she,law of Mrs. Kinser'. GRKKNF1KLT5 Greenfield was u passenger and one driven; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lawrence Community High School class by Gilbert Slover of JerseyvilUvand sons of Hardin spent the ; of 1947 attended funeral services \&r\ of Wood River was named collided a mile north of Hard- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. for T.Sgt. Robert Costello al president of fhe Giller family in. Mrs. Edellipck received emer-1Geoi^gc Lofton in Anna, III. Shields Memorial Home Monday and Mrs. John Olberl, Wood gency treatment for an in.jured Danny and Roger Lawrence stop- afternoon. River, assistant, and will be in knee at the office of a Hardin ped in .Jorseyvillc on the return <^ 2( Costello was killed in air chaw "I arrangements for the 1%) NEA return S2 , Costello was phvsician. trip to visit this week with their ( ,j,p|,, nf , accident. Mr. and Mr*. Edelbeck andgrandmother. Mrs. II. I- Law- two small chidren arc vaculion-,rence, and to attend the .Jersey ing al their cabin near Kamps-j County Fair , ^ {WQ „ ncfiom . vllle. and were on their way to, Guest* of Mr. and Mrs. vvil- Kirkw(X)d when the accident oojlitim Stone of Hardin from Thurs- 'day until Saturday were Mrs. Pallbearers were John Wal- ! Stone's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hecht ami airplane ai The Rev. C. 0. K. Argall rtfi- • Hated and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Strode sanj panied by Strode as organist. curred. Home From Trip HARDIN — Calhoun County Judge and Mrs. ' Paul R. Durr and lamily returned Friday evening from a three-week vaentiuii trip to the south wast ern United States and Mc.xico. They visited in Dallas and San Antonio, Tex. and spent some time in Mexico City and Acapulco. Mex. Holiday filietK |trip. Jacksonville; Curtis Coon- granddaughtet r ° (l Jr - R«>dhouse; John Ko/- t Gi-nnile Citv ""asky and Walter Ford. Alton; Candy's parents. Mr.' and MiV.,"""'y Giliespie. Jaeksonvllli- Gcor«e Ehlert. came to IlatTiin : '»y«l Brnnntm. Carrollton: and Saturday, and the group return-: , . ., . . , ,, .. rd to 0,- U ntlPC:«v&V.anlavnl K ht.'*•'""' ^^ Jaffi ™, V ' M( ^ Donald, following u two-week School Office 'vacation. The administration and HARDIN — Mrs. Kenneth joffice workers in the Calhoun JTaviner has i-eturncd to herlCommunity Unit 40 school office Uvork as secretary in the office;are on vacation this week, while arrangements reunion. They Were named al the annual family reunion Sunday at Woodbine Country, iClub, Greenfield. Mrs. Francis 1 Ktihnline and Clyde Cole were 'I960 officers. Police I'lione »ver Kings in this Town The telephone never rings in the police, oliice at Standerton. South Africa. It's not because there is no crime .just no telephone. The detectives moved into new offices two months ac;o. and they have been wlthoul a telephone ever since. HARDIN -•- Holiday weekend of Calhoun County Supc.rinten-'work is being done on the office. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Three Alton Srhixil District .teachers at'cnded the 98th annual convention of the National ; Kducation Association at Ix)S ! i Angeles. Calif, last week. ; ! They were: Miss Ixwia Teter, ! :2640Granrl\ipw A\e.. Alton High, 1 iSclKwl counselor and president • iof the Alton Kdm-alion Associa-. tion: Chester D. Hyan. 5533) Humbert Rd., mathematics' ;tea<:hei and counselor at Knsf ' • Junior High, and president-elect :of the Alton Education Association; and Harvey Vollersen, band instructor at West Junior' High. i Miss Teter and Ryan weir delegates from the Alton asso ckjiion MIK! Yollersti'n was a delegate from I he Marquctte Di\i- sion of llu Illinois Kducation : Association. ' The convcmidii opened June ; '2% and closed July 1. j Cartography is map or chart! making. ' \ Cooking up fun for the week end? Save U In Pictures/ FILMS • FLASHBULBS Vacation Sale of (lamera!? JNow (ioinjf On! 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