Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1960 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 7, 1960
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THURSDAY, JULY 7,19tX) ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH BIEDERMANS BARGAIN CARNIVAL OF VALUES White Satin and Gold BEDROOM Co-ordinates Crtrrolttnti Limw to famil CARROLLTON - E«eh $1 Down Elegantly styled "Starfire" is destined to become the Style Leader of 1960 with Luxurious Beauty that everybody loves Lions Club \W11 have "Family Night "hi the form of a carry. In supper Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at Robin Hoftd Country Club. F. L. Imus Is the president of the club and is in charge of plans for the evening. Pant ttoMe OfMtd Club CARROLLTON- The meet- ins of the Carrolltofl Part N-* hit Grand Club of the Kebekah evening has been postponed and will be July 22 at the home of Mrs. Lavern Bell, with Mrs. John Voile* as assisting hostess. . . combining sparkling White Satin with tranish-proof CAR {J^£"?N£ anodized aluminum mirror frames, drawer pulls, decorative trim and tapered legs! All superb-quality construction! «\-' OPEN STOCK! Make Up Your Own Suite! 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Compare the Box Spring ... it is scientifically designed to give proper support to the Foam Mattress which ordinary box springs'cannot do! Has close-woven stripe cover and coreful_work- manship! Both '66 This Serto 837 Coil "Sag-No-Mor" Mattress has smooth, button-free top, and prebuilt border, 837 coils in full size to cradle your body's contour for more restful sleep and Nylon reinforced cover for beauty and long wear! All the important extras are built right in. Both pieces N1QHTS Stiriy Mital Robs BED PILLOWS Bargain Carnival Q88 2 411 Low Price 9 FOR 1 Heavy gauge steel with hot shelf. Big 63x20x- Fat and fluffy feather 18". pillows, ACA ticking. Steel Rollaway Bed Metal Bed Frames 9 8 ONLY Steel frame and spring. Folds for handy storage. Bargain Carnival Buy . Well-built heavy gauge steel adjusts to full or twin. CITS of the local Court of the Catholic Daughters of Amer| ii a were hostesses at a meeting of members Tuesday evening at Knights of Columbus Hall with Mrs. Henry Schmidt, j grand regent, and Mrs. A^i- I gust Pohlman, vice grand re- I gent, as co-chairmen. Guests at the birthday table during the evening were Mrs. Klmer Stout, Mrs. Jeromfl Bfiermann, Mrs. James Scott, Mrs. Henry Carl Stelnacher, Mrs. Francis Roth and MM. j Henry Thien. i To Close Courthouse I On Greene Fair Days > i CARROLLTON — Members of i Greene County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved the closing of the offices in the court house I on the afternoons of Tuesday, (Wednesday and Thursday of next i week because of the Greene County Fair July 11-16. I Former Resident Dies CARROLLTON — Mrs. Elon Dickerson of this city and Mrs. Lula Darga of Roseville, Mich., left Wednesday evening for Sand Point, Id., being called there by the death of their sister, Mrs. Minnie Reitz, 82. wife of Harry Reitz. Mrs. Reitz was born near Carrollton, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joel M. Smith. Her first husband was Thomas Hutchens of this city and after his death she married Harry Reitz, who survives her, together with three sisters, Mrs. Dickerson, Mrs. Darga and Mrs. Lela Bick of Wood River, and one brother, Claude Smith, of Jonesville, Mich. Fined for Speeding CARROLLTON — Bobby D. Nteal, 21, o fWhite Hall was fined $25 Tuesday in the court of J. F. Hubbard, police magistrate, on a charge of speeding. Plan Shower CARROLLTON - Miss Peggy Hardwick, daughter of Mrs. Opal Hardwick, who will be married July 15 to Roy Goans Jr., son of Mi-, and Mrs. Roy Goans Sr., of White Hall, will be honored at a linen shower Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Robinson skating rink in Carrollton. Hostesses will be Mrs. Charles Henson, sister of the bride elect and Mrs. William White. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Frank Hansen of White Hall was admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Tuesday. Admitted Wednesday were Miss Janet Prough, Carrollton, and Miss Linda Joiner of Rockbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hartsook of Rockbridge are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday. Dismissed Wednesday were Miss Linda Joiner of Rockbridge and Reuben Campos of Chicago. Carrollton Note* CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Mike Young have sold their residence to Mr. and Mrs. Morse Whiting, who will use the property as a residence. Mr. and Mrs. Young have moved to Roodhouse Dickie McAdams of Delhi is a guest this week of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Wiles. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milner and family of Jerseyville moved July 4 into the residence of Mrs. E. Reisch. Mr. and Mrs. James Meek and family of Bloomington, who spent last week in the Ozarks, were guests Sunday and Monday of Meek's mother, Mrs. Alva Meek, enroute to their home. Miss Catherine McMahon of Washington, D. C., is a guest of Mrs. Pauline Gumm at the home of Mrs. L. 0. Sullivan . Francis Hill is a patient at the Alexian Brothers Hospital in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson arid Mrs. Lavern Bel Iwent to Raymond Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral of their couiin, John Egelhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Garrett and family of Decatur viaited relatives and friends here Wendes- day. Mrs. Robert England und children of Carlinville are guests this week of Mrs. England's parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Levi. Mr. und Mrs. Marion Bell and Mrs. George Henkle of CarroUton und Mr. and Mrs, Charles fg»i- toff of Jerseyville were called to Raymond Tuesday by the death of their cousin, John Egelhatf, IIUM& Broadway and Piasa Streets Samuel Rkhardton, out of the most successful of the Itth Century English novelists. w«a a uriiuer whiie he was writing novr els. His most »utc«ft*fuJ novtla, including "Paraek" wri "Ctalis- sa," were written when he past 50. He set In* type for lu-st publication* Adelaide In South surrounded by a "green tttH* 1,1770 ttcros Of t

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