Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 8, 1960
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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGETHRKK Ptlttffinl* CnlintlitlA "**"* at ** M * m \jIlUrCIi oCnCQUlC : Sunday tn the Methodist Churdi. ^ . The Rev. Percy Clark will de- For Carmllinn > livpr lhr srrmon * inday at • wi v*ai i uiuuii thp 10:4g „ m ^fce jn the Prcg _ CARROLLTON - ^ by ^^ ,„ . _ . Oarrell Dawdy will be guest Church s Appeal" is the theme mln , ster at Falth BRpti ,, f Ch urch of the Rev. Darwin Rolens for Sunday. July 10. and Sunday, the 9 a.m. srrvirp Sunday at July 17. during the absence of First Baptist Church which is the pa»tor, the Rev. followed bv Sunday School at Varble, who is on vacation. There 10a.m. Members of thpChrinlInn • «*rvlce» **>ih Sunday .. Education commlttpp. of which i morning and Sunday evening, Mrs. .Toe Cunningham is rhair-'« lon S with training union Sunman. will meet Wednesday eve- ! *»* evening and a mid week pmy nin* and the 'finance commit- | fl '' ***** Wednesday evening. tee with Mrs MHa Dowdall as The Rev. W. Wright of Win- chairman, will meet Thursday evening. The constitution committee will meet Friday at the church. Chester will be guest speaker Sunday at the 9 a.m. service at Berrian Baptist Church, of which the Rev. Elner Grafff is pastor. The Rev. Joseph EthriHgc will, Church school will be at 10 a.m. speak on "The Church Triumph-' TIP ant" at the service Sunday at speak 10:30 a.m. at the Christian 1 ice Sunday at the Eldred Bap- Rev. John Finnan will at the 10:30 a.m. serv Church. Sunday school will be list Church. Sunday School will at 9:30 a.m. The Rev. Robert Pltsch be at 9:3Q a.m. and BYF will'meet Sunday at 6 p.m. will Wilshire Village Shopping Center AUCTION TOMORROW , JULY 9th ON OUR PARKINC LOT * 1100 PRIZES * 70 PRIZES to he SOLD for Bid-A-Buck* to bf Al'CTIOVED for Bid-A-Buck* DnDaileyHeads Carrollton Post CARROLLTON - Dr. P. A Dailey *vax fleeted Commander of Carrofltpn Post 114 of the American Legion at the annual election of officer* held Wednesday evening in Legion Mall. Retiring com mander is Jamen Tuey. Other officers elected were W. G. Vogt. first vice commander; Dr. Harold Horn, second vice- commander and H. M. Combrlnk, finance officer. The members of the executive committee are Andrew Kirbach. Dr. Fred Wallers and James Tuey. The other officers of-the Post are appointive and both the elective and appointive officers will be installed Sept. 7. The annual fish fry for members of the post will be held Wednesday, Aug. 3. in the Carrollton City Park. male Judging Contest CARROLLTON — Two agricul- ural 4-H club judging teams went to t'rbana Thursday to participate in the state livestock and Bunker Hill Eastern Star To Hold Chicken Supper Shipinan fin tier n Stars Planning For Bake Sale SHIPMAN - T)« Order of Eastern Stars met Wednesday evening and make plans for a 'Bakeless Bake !&le." Mrs. John Cairns. Mrs. Ebert Pointer and Mrs. Roger Stevens were named to plan the event. Mi's. Don Cravens, worthy matron, named Mrs. Emmett Hall. BUNKER HILL The Bunker Hill Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star met Tuesday eve- nin« in the Masonir Temple with Articles by 2 Of SW Faculty Are Published "Studies In Philology." a leading literary and linguistics pe- the worthy matron. Mrs.'Arnold iriodlcal - hss < ust accepted for Bohlmeyer. presiding. O. B. j publication an article written by Wise served as worthy patron)Dr. Charles Parish of the SIU- 1 make your roof for the evening. The chapter will sponsor a chicken supper on Aug. 27. Plans were discussed and details will be announced at a later dnte. The worthy matron named the following committees: visiting, Mrs. Willam Fite and Mrs. Carmen Lucking; refreshment committee for August. Mr*. Jean (iariison, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Southwestern English faculty, it was announced today by Dr. Nicholas Joost. head of the humanities division. ', Christopher Smart's knowledge of Hebrew is the subject of the ( piece. Dr. Parish, who teaches! English and literature at the AI-; ton Campus, wrote the article as a consequence of a study of the late Eighteen-Ccntury poet. • Or*at*r tool CMM Mrs. H. R. French and Mrs. iHa.xel and Mr. and Mrs. Charles i who is best known for his poem W_G.^ Frank to a membershipJForrler Si. ; "Song to David." ,..._ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ meeting, Dr Parish came here from the University of Wichita, where he had taught one year after re-' committee. A fifty year membership jew-i el wa.s presented to a member,! Vtrs. R. R. Bobzin. at her home, jy the worthy matron. • l«nf«r Strvlct New improved thmgle »ol» itself 'with aid erf »un'» heofl agomtt wind damage' . . toving coitly repoirj! Special fotf applied odh*«we deft* the job right on your roof without • »tro lobor cost! And O\ enperieneed rooferj we know Celote« Shingle* have higher quality . . lo»t yean longer euttmg roof coih, giving belter roof protection! room where refreshments were Members are asked to gather A ,, .. i j . . . . .A. Bohlmever. clean and ironed sheets and; cases to be used for cancer dress- served by Mrs. Vera Dunham ! turnin « from « . vpar in lta| y ns a .Mrs. Murjorir Baker, and Mrs. ! Fullbrlgnl scholat '' tf ii t.» .. . Fellowship Meets . HILL - Eleven ben to mep , and mflke , hem members were present at the Rflf ,,. shmpnts wm , sen . pd bv meeting of the Women's Fellmv- Concurrently, an article by Dr. i Joost, was accepted for publica- S«H.S«allno Sfcinaj* by !•• ffi* NtW tefo* _., . » ».«• . * i v »•»*-" «•" "* u.-tcu i\Ji *_ i ui CTW Univemty of 111,no,s In the group A datp w|U ^ get fop mem . were Larry Joe Bullard. Carolyn • - ... lopper. Donna Reynolds. Larry Melvin Prough and Bobby Thax- j^,." 'a n d'' Mr s Claude Karnes ship w «Jnesd H y afternoon at the Ion. members of the livestockj Hnd Ml , and Mrs Ofto Mevers . Congregational Church. Mrs. Swbn Program Held Fred C - Bol<t was '" chaige of j SHIPMAN - Children in Ship- I" 0 rtev otionals. Mrs. Charles artk . le Ftawp and Alan Voiles were mem- man are avai | )ng themselves o f: Fon ' lei ' Jr - President, spoke on _ bcrs of the dairy judging team., thp M aC oupin County Red Cross 1 " 10 dilff>r e'" departments of ' judging lean,. Virginia Rawr.; Rita Raw.-. Linda Ballard. Paul of poems. who was 9f Poetry- makes a study of Anthony 's "Ostia Antica" in his Summer Dress The young pwjplc were Hccompain.'swim program at Lake Carlin-' Uork and lhf ' Purpose of the ed by Willard Lighty. assistant vi i| P -n,,, children board a bus' U ' onien ' s Fellowship. farm adviser. , at t h c local school house daily. Mrs. Harry Bnkei joined the! of the Honored on Birthday T^ C lessons will last for a two io| xanization. CARROLLTON-Mr. and Mrs. we ek period. ! Relreshmcnt. were served by IMigiass Heimer entertained at Url* 30-Ymr Pin : the hostesses .Mrs Fred C Bort dinner Wednesday evening at their! SHIPMAN — Mrs. Pearl Still j and Mrs. A. H. Wise home in celebration of the first;has been presented a r>0 year' No meeting will be held in birthday ol their daughter. Col- p j n for membership in the Roy-1August. leen. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. a l Neighbor Camp of America.'— Edward Heimer and daughter of Mrs. Still was originally af- Fearless Farmers Kampsville. Gale Boren of Pearl filiated with the Piasa Camp Despite the constant danger and Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Moss.until it disbanded some years'°' eruptions from Mount Vesuv- and son of Eldred. ago. ius - Dalian farmers make their Enlist* in Navy Brown Rites Held homes and cultivate the rich CARROLLTON—Jack Staples, SHIPMAN — Funeral services soil almost to the edge of the 17. son of Mrs James Graves;were held Wednesday afternoon; f ' ra 'er. enlisted _in the U.S. Navy Wed-j for Harry Brown at the Warner f 0 7~counci!in nesday and left that day for boot funeral home in Shipman. j^ rs j . . training at the Great Lakes Nav-j Rev. Herman Rhoades and jca | ' Da «_ al Training Station at Chicago ' Rev. Eugene Kauffeman officiated. Singers were Mrs. Dick Metcalf, Mrs. Vernon Doughty, and Earl and William Shelton. The pallbearers were Earl Shelton. Dick Metcalf. Louis and : Albert Richardson, and Vernon jand Grover Doughty. Interment 'was in the Shipman cemetery. , Shipman Notes ! Mrs. Alna Baxter has moved 'to Hillsboro. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Bullman i and daughter have moved to 1 the Baxter farm. President Woodrow Wilson gave, to Franklin D. Roosevelt the table; on which he wrote the first draft] of Nations plan. ! • ' S •. Carli " v »'e , M , ,, n . _ and Mra ' Pau P" ncan - of | . are « u " ts Aof *™ cous ' an Austin Jaynes. ' CORRECTION ICEBERG LETTUCE -25c A&P FOOD STORES MASTER- BUILT LADDERS Sizes from 3' to 36' 16 Ft. Ranch Type Extension and Step MISTY WALNUT MASONITE WALL PANEL 5 - Groove Design 4x8 — 'A " Sheet Special 08 Ptr Sheet UTTIft YOUR HOME ^* G " ITER ' COMES FIRST 1 81HMrv st. SAVE Reg. $ 9.49 fo JUNIORS! MISSES! HALF-SIZESI • Eo*y-cer« cotton broadcloths! • Gay colorful printed cotton si • Toxtured linen-look rayons! • Expensive woven cottons! • Smart figure-flattering sheaths! Cool, bouffant illusion sheersl Double-fashion jacket dressesl Exciting shirtwaist styles! A wide range of summer shades! 7 to 15, 12to20, 14'/i to24'/a. SAVE 20% Clearance! Entire stock! LADIES' LADIES' 1.89 BLOUSES 1.89 SHORTS 1.37 2 for'3 Mrs. Charles Skaggs and Tom 11 were in Macomb Thursday where 'om spent the day on the camp- |jus of Western Illinois University Staples, who was a student last i\ear at Carrollton High School, enlisted for three years. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. William Thiebaud and children of Belle Glade. Ha., will arrive this weekend to visit their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thiebaud and Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Hutchens. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Caselton will arrive home Sunday from Denver. Colo., where they spent two weeks with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Hacker. Mrs. Hazel Freeh and son, Jim. of Los Angeles, Calif., will arrive July 13 to visit Mrs. Freeh's sister, Mi's. Daisy Boirun. I Robert Mungall of Cocoai Beach. 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