Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1960 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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MONDAY, JULY 11, i%o ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Harriet Beecher Stowe's historic book -Uncle Toms Cabin. ' first was published on June 5. 1851. by Thr National fcra. «' weekly newspaper in Washington. „ . rj f Barbara |of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sweartnger, \ Ads Daily To Attend FHA Convention North Alton News TO The Lady ired of Job Hunting? E A E E Nif Wtntrtlon «i E 1C E E C '* M *•"><• • • «•• P«tltion» • F«4*r«l « »t*« • Municipal Civil S*r*tc» portion* oH*i grantor M'.uriir.moMprMtiae higri •«U tint •no pAv MIMM, loruj vAr Ationn with p«v HbW»l r»n»ions lor both MEN and WOMEN Irom ifl tr> r iS Oniv » <jr«mm»t «;hool »HIK *tion n n*»o»H for many Civil :>«rvi>-» >oh« i incoln S«r»ir» n • priva)* hc»n»«d orqaniulion which »p«»c)(il i**« etclnMraly in pr»p«nng IIKMI •IK) woin«n Ilk* roiir««>lf lot C*»tl S*rvic« otaninahonc i.*atn bow ywi < <n belter prepare TOUFMlf to p«« Citll Sprvir* M- aminahoni ior ponlion- nu-h M: ton Jr.. and R/iy Dnnrrenhrink Jr., and mothers. Mrs. Earl Hamilton Sr.. Mrs. Warren Caw. Mrs. Ed Rhodes, and Mrs. Dannehrink Jr. who is co-leader with Mrs. Hamil ton. MilitRry Order of rottngp Hills,' Bllgs ' Thllr! " 1a y evening, elect- has been select- ^ HfleKHtps for national coned by Ihr Beth .vent ion to be helrl Aug. 6 in De- silto Chapter of '"»it. Mich. They are Mrs. Clnr-|BIRTHnAV MKRTIMfi, the Future rnt " e l 'wjsins, Mrs. Cord Myers, Homemakrrs of Mls ^'^ Hamilton Sr.. and al- a tcrnates. M?'S. P«ns\ Mitchell, Noia Pfaff ami Mrs. Hat- AmcricH (!r'lf(jHlr to thp '^01 h a ?i n <i H I S I n I. c Lroilrr- sliij) c-onlf-iT-ncp in BlfHirnmgton on .!ul\ '_'.") JfI. Barbaivi is a sophomore Civic Mcinorial lltt,'h. and is prcs idcnl of her FHA chaplei-. v *'' s Hamilton wa« hostess for ""' re'reshment and social pe- I! « HS announred that the ClWfc', (to'* 1 M* .Mr?*, Orlamlini Injured in CIH« Saturday alter- S | K . \\ H v struck bv a ball. She was emergency t' i Jillllfllt iHlf noon at .Si Joseph s Hospital ;il v,;is Mrs. Arrnand Orlandini of Ihr Kasl money from Ihe card party in ., t Jiinr was placed in thr hospital lunri for veterans at Alton State Hospital. HI All HI RT WHKN , MTU C* BV BAM, I .H ura Munson. 3. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hariy Munson of 'J210 Knit? PI., suffered laceva- Tlir Uleancr-s Class of Elm Street Presbyterian Church will have a birthday luncheon at noon Wednesday in Ihe CK building. Th''rc will br a $1 gift exchange, (lie business mreting will be held in the afternoon. Mtin Arre*tprl 9 a if nan Lone Revolver Three Auto to the rear end and had to del. Marine, snd Lester W. Fr1«i south on Buchanan and thi be towed. se, 416 Springer, was reported at se auto was pulling out Another ^'o-enr collision in-U.55 p.m. parking space when the jvolvlng the ears of Betty Bren- The Brendel auto was headed oc.eurred . Of a AtEthvtirdsville DELEGATE FRII INFORMATION MAIl COUPON I LINCtHN StRVICt. INC. M»T. ISM Ccvrl $*r**4, fi Wiifc» i hi I ben a« Ctril S*tvM I Ml h'tw to aa.llfy. M>IM R r«r«l KAST ALTON - Herbert J. to Ihe top of hrr head when n , prs ;}2 Trenton, XVBS arrest- HS struck by a ball. She was pd „, „.,,., Saturday for dis- Riverside Diamonds when o ,. dp ,. )v pondu ,. f wh ,, e ' roamlng Hirident oc'curred. F rtday. Kas , A])on sfrepts 8nd Wf)S \TTKMHM* DISTIJICT i fo »nd to be earrylng a conceal- finm behind with the ear driven! Mrs. Cecil Harass, pit-sident of| In her husband as they slowed' VF\V Auxiliary. Post 1308. and': lo, ir«m, : ,•«„,,„«; on to the Mr,. Ruth Vaiin. ••o-chairnmn of! (j d , sp08 , ttoni officcrs re _ < i; ; rk Bridge heading touard-diMrict Alton State Hospital ram-jpg,,,^ Alton. Her husband also suf'er- mittee. with Mrs. Kllen (iucdone! ••ii >li«Jjt neek injuries. ,,f Wood River. i Riir^larv Reportefl Ih _ ^? '. ,„, " " SUP Adam*, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Adams, 1411 Kber- harl, Kduardsvllle, will attend the YMCA World Youth ConfiTi'iice in Am- ^tprdam, Holland, from AUK. ^ to AUK. 13. Miss Adams will be one of IB people from Illi- nell as one of 200 from throughout the country, who will attend. —Staff Photo. 'I IIP cars \vorp driven auay I»!|II\MIIL: ih» % accident. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain OWICKRS KI.MTKI) AT I'KNK SAT!-RIJAY Tin Junior (iirls of \'F\V Auxili- ,u>. Post l.'JDX. h;id a picnic Saturday al Rock Spring Y\onnc Onti.s was electi-d second At Dari Etti Cafe Go«ll'rr\ KireniPii To Meet Tonight »•» T^fc. ». T. OV»«M> _ For ttM rtnt t>m« v?ienc» h»> found t nrw hrahnc iubnt«nr« with tkw Mton- iihiBK abilitr to ibrink k«mor- rhoidi, Hop itrbioc, and r«li»T« Mi" — without rart«rjr. In e>M tfUr CAM, wMk r*ndy r«litrin( pan, »rtoil reduction (•brinkar*) took place. Hott amannif of «ll-r»«ulu w«r* W Uiorouch that aaffcrcra mad* a«tont*fainir rt*t«m«nU 1fk« bar* e«aied to b* a problem'" Th* cccrftt ti a new h'al.ng »ub- «tanc« ' Bio-Dyn«* i-ducovpry of a world-famooi r^ccarrh inntitut*. Thu nabitanc* u now available In mppotttfry or »<n'm«n( form under U>« ntmr / J f«pora(ion //.• At rour dragrnt. Monty back vn-e president to succeed a mem- time over Sunday night or this i>rr \\hci is away: and Nancv morning. Tiirpcnini.' was named to succeed Yvonne. Godfrey F'nc $35i Department will meet tonight. the T:'M. at the No. 1 station. Etti Cafe at Worden some-j i; p for discussion will be the family picnic scheduled for next month and the fish fry eonces- EDWARDSVILLE About Park. u 'as reported stolen from histonal Entry into the building was through a window broken by the EDWARDSVILLE — Throe auto accidents occurred her* in less than two hours Saturday al- ternoon police reported. Mr. and Mis. William Gerhardt of Washington. D.C. wen treated h\ a local physician af-' lei the (ierbflrdt auto hit a telephone pole at S. Kit I more and E j Vandal ia streets at :',:!() p.m. ! Mrs. Gephardt was making a left turn on S. Fillmore when] her foot apparently slipped Iromj the brake onto the a'-cflcialoi . j She suffered a laceration above | the right eye, and het husband | struck his no-r auainst the flashboard and compltiined thai his right knee was botherini; him. Their auto had lo be lowed trom the scene. A two-car collision was report- 1 ed at 4:3?, p.m. between ears! driven by Carl F. Anderson. "031 Killmore and Mrs. Jean M.i Zoelzer. 1209 Oakland. | The Anderson car was headed! east on St. Louis St. and the' Zoelzer car was backing from a, parking space when the collision occurred. The Anderson auto WHS damaged on the right front fender • uhile the Zoel/er auto was dam-! AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE-U-WA1T if APPROVED BY INSURANCE COMPANIES if 0 ROAD SERVICE • PICK UP & DELIVERY FOft QUOTATIONS AND SERVICE INFORMATION CALL THE ALLIED CLASS COMPANY 2641 E. BROADWAY ALTON, ILLINOIS HOward 5-2487 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE WE WILL CHECK YOUR MIRROR AND FURNITURE TOP REQUIREMENTS IN YOUR HOME ALL WORK GUARANTEED. BUICK'S RfALLY ROLLING! sion that the firemen will operate at Monticello Pla«) Shop-, The\ receivetl commendation** thieves, the sheriff's office said.!pi n g Qcnter July L'9-30 and Aug :rom UK youth department chair- Most of the money was taken:.>6. man. and ihe auxiliary for their Irom a pinball machine, accomplishments during the year. ' n another report. Edward Besides the 'M girls present,: Scott. Rt. 1, Edwardsville. re- tlicre w-err two fathers who as-; Ported that nine empty steel ,., D .u,§.F.t.o« jsi.sted at the picnic. Karl Hamil-1clmms. valued at $63, were stol-' rroil) bike, Injured i en from a truck at the foot of Sunset Hill. Godfrey Boy Thrown COOK'S PAINTS ^-^•T^T r ^ r ^V^-V-VT--V Annual Mid-Summer CASE-LOT SALf of Nationally-Famous SAVE Up to 33'/3%! 9x9-ln. KENTILE Asphalt Tile Can be installed on wood or concrete floors, on, abovt oc below ground level! CHOICE OF 32 COLORS - % DESIGN! $ FLOOR TILE All First Quality Guaranteed Perfect! II x 14-ft. DM or Family Room NO DOWN PAYMENT Qt. of COOK'S New SAFETY-GRIP FLOOR WAX Plus a Complete FLOOR TILE KIT Ciiven with room order of floor tile — this week! VINYL -ASBESTOS TILE CHOICE OF 57 COLORS IN 7 LOVELY DESIGNS! Smooth, Non-Porous Surface Cutt Scrubbing & Waxing 75% I Can be installed cm firm wood floors, and on concrete, on, above Of below ground lev*J. Reg. '12.80 Cast Tile for 10xl2-Ft. Kitchen or Den Only $24,65 COOK'S PAINTS IW.BMMIN« M l» 5-5111 CA$ | |Q Tlllf Automobiles Collide In Wiltshire Lot /-r«-»^ot-v » c u L GOD* KEY -A 6-year-old boy < thrown from hjs bicycle , , Sunday afternoon near his home I and suffered a cut scalp and! I abrasions of the face. - r Dan ' son of Mr - and Mrs ; George Barker, Rt. 2, Godfrey. EAST ALTON — Herbert Nel- was taken to Alton Memorial son. 51. Bethalto, was backing Hospital where two stitches his automobile out of the VVH- ! were required to close the scalp shire Village parking lot in fronti wound. The bicycle struck a of Thrifty Drug Store at 3:40 rock and threw the boy, a mem- p.m. Sunday when his car col- ber of the family said. lided with an automobile driven by Pauline M. Smith, Bethalto, if,'- And it's rolling on the finest, beefiest chassis on any U.S. car! who was driving east on the lot. police said. MAIL GOES THROUGH LOVELAND, Colo. .V ~ The Loveland post office received a| ! letter addressed merely to "The Buick's enjoying a while of a sale because it's a whale of a car! Bigtime!—with the beefiest chassis of any American car. Smooth riding!—with Wildcat-teat and Turbine Drive transmission.* Fast stopping!—with fin-cooled brakes. Yet all this wow u priced ihe same as many a lesser car. See vour fiuick Dealer now— when irades are at their all-time best. 'Standard on Innela and Ktiftra, optional at atra eotl tn fcAilr*. Elsie Jedlinska. Bethalto, wasJBig Squirt, Loveland. Colo." " SEE WHY THE BIG MOVE'S TO BUICK! YOUR QUALITY BUICK DEALER IN THIS AREA IS: a passenger in Nelson's car.j Postal authorities delivered Hi Passengers in the Smith car| to a firm here which manufac . were Richard Smith, Bethalto, and Mrs. Everett Melvin, Greeni field. No injuries were reported, police said. Three Admitted to Hospital in Highland EDWARDSVILLE — Three area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, during the past weekend. Three patients were discharged. Admitted were: Mrs. Margaret Henry, 123 North Buchanan: Mrs. Mildred Edwards. 952 Hale, and Mrs. Dora Harper. Route 3. Discharged were: Bernard Schvvartzkopf. 437 Aldrup; Mrs. Carl Farmer and son, 207a First St.. and Miss Barbara Caban. 1809 North Main. Golden Age Club Plans* Picnic WOOD RIVER - A picnic and (outdoor meeting at the Western- jer Gub Grounds has been planned for the Thursday meeting of the Golden Age Club. The group will meet at the Roundhouse at 10 a.m. to travel to the picnic area in a group. Members are asked to bring their own table service and a covered dish. tures farmland sprinklers. It was the right address. \E\V BIBLE VERSION KEAUIEU FOK PRESSES The New Testament of a new translation of the Bible, to be called. "The New English Bible," is lo be published in London next year. The new version, in preparation since 1947, is scheduled lo make its appearance 350 years alter the publication of King James' Authorized Version in 1611. ON SALE AT Broadway t Main NOW to— —oo RIO NIW Potatoes 10-39 GET YOURS HOW BROADWAY AMAIN PrUfli PrMlilM Mwktt WALLY BERGER BUICK 927 E ^^., Alton ,„ — Your Buick Dealer is the man to see ior Belter-Buy used cars, tool BE WISE START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT NOW! SAVE ANY AMOUNT y ou WISH EACH MONTH AND WATCH YOUR SAVINGS GROW. SAVE MONTH. BY THE 15TH OF EACH YOU EARN FROM THE 1st PER YEAR INVESTMENTS INSURED DIVIDENDS EVERY 6 MONTHS Ml NK HUtli to M.C. 3UD STOP IN TODAY... For o FREE CUP of COFFEE or ICED TEA ... and see the plans for our new office building. SAVINGS & LOAN Association Temporary Location, 617 E. Broadway ALTON, ILLINOIS

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