Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1960 · Page 13
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Monday, July 11, 1960
Page 13
Start Free Trial

Page 13 article text (OCR)

Section 2 Pages 13-20 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport Established January 15, 1834 ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, JULY 11,1960. 9c Per Copy Chxifitd ••••••••i Msmber of The Awoetattd Brighton to Prepare Sewer Plan Brochure BRIGHTON A brochure describing coats and details of the proposed sewer plan for the village of Brighton will be distributed to the citizenry by the village board in the near future, Mayor Eugene Sort haa an- nonunced. t The board members will meetj with Clifford Abraham. Post Office Open Thursday At Brighton BRIGHTON—Brighton Post Of-i lice hereafter will be open on; Thursday afternoons, John Ash. \ Hc'ting postmaster, has announced, j. Insttad of being closed on Thui's-, ilay afternoons, Ash said, the office will ho closed on Saturday ; afternoons. A notice to this effect has been ix>sted at the office. | Ash said that Brighton is be-l (Wining morr and more a cubur- ] aan area, with most of the popula- 1 tion connected with nearby business or industry, and the Saturday closing, with tlir office open on Thursdays, was calculated to be more convenient to them. Municipal Taxe» BRIGHTON—Wheel and dog ta.v delivery and business licenses, which are unpaid, are now deli- injent as of July I, according to village clerk. James Hughes. Hughes will be at the village hall from 1 to 8 p.m. Saturday. July 16. to collect fees for UK- wheel and dog la.\. The wheel' tax must now be posted on tlie windshield, Hughes said. Girls' Softball BRIGHTON — Girls sottbal! games played last week included a defeat by the Black Hawks of the Shipman Sluggers by score of 25 to 6. Jackie Recker and Nancy McAfee were the winning battery and Janie Hucklebridge and 1 Terry Mills comprised the battery for the losei-s. The Red HoU lost to the Graf-i ton Women's Team 17 to 9. Jeanie j Roach and Sandy Scheffel pitch- j ed and Elizabeth Eddtngton caught for Brighton. In the 10 to 12 year group Brighton beat Shipman IS |p p and ia the 7 to 10 year grotip the Crickets beat the Green Hornets! 10 to 8. Crickets battery was Jill j Rice and Lesa Northcutt and Hor- i nets battery was Mary Kay Schoe- berle and Sherry Recker. These j smallest girls play every Wed-! nesday evening at East Grade; School grounds. Tonight the Red Birds will play Shipman here. 4 Brightonians Inducted Into Order of Arrow BRIGHTON—Four Brightonians were Inducted in to the Order of the Arrow at Boy Scount Camp Warren Levis last week while Brigton troop was at the camp. Previously they had been elected for membership in the national honor society of scouting and were inducted in a calling out ceremony Thursday evening. New Brighton members are: Scoutmaster James Hughes, Assistant Scoutmaster Bean Lee, and Jerry Woods and George Duncan, members of the troop. There are now six persons co» nected with the local troop who are members of the Order of the Arrow. The others are Byron Towse, a troop commltteeman, and Larry Stewart, troop senior patrol leader. Sgt. Mclaughlin At Charleston AirforceBase WOOD RIVER — T.Sgt. Lee V. McLaughlin has been assigned to the Charleston Air Force Base, S. C., as flight engineer technician ol the Third Air Transport Squadron, according to information received from the base. McLaughlin, a graduate of the Wood River Community High School, joined the service It years ago. During World War II he was assigned in England, North Africa, and Sardinia from March 1943 to September 1844 and reassigned to England in 1848. Prior to being transferred to Charleston, McLaughlin was a flight engineer with the 60tb Air Transport Squadron. Hickam AFB, Honolulu, Hawaii. The 1608th Air Tnuuport Wing at Charleston 10 a member of the nation's only utrategic airlift force and provides support lor military installations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East as well as for missile tracking sitM extending from Cape Canaveral, Mu., to Ascension Hand in the South Atlantic. neer, and a representative Of the Philip White Bonding Co. this week to drmv up a brochure. Camp Counselors BRIGHTON Judy Oberlander and Sharon Rothe served as counselors at Camp Potawatomi last week, as did Sid Hormel, substitute pastor of the Presbyterian Church during the July absence of the Rev. \V. Kennnrd Lacey. Jane Kirchner attended Pota uatoml and Nancy Deese and Jan Hale attended Camp Piasa. Both were weeks of United Presbyterian camping for Jun lor High Fellowships. Sharon Rothe attended the Illinois Synod for Presbyterian! youth at Jacksonville earlierl this summer and Judy Ober-i lander attended the Interracial Work Camp at Seaton, Hi. Scholarship Winners To Be Honored Sunday CARL.lNVr.LLE Hi«h school graduate* who are lo renel teachers education scholarships will be honored at a scholarship nii(ht sponsored by the office of Mac-oupin County Superintend ent of Schools. Mike Makuh. Scholarship night will be held at the Maeottpin County Fairgrounds al 8:30 p.m. Sunday, at which time the recipients will be presented with their scholarships. Robert Birkhimer. consultant on Junior Colleges with the State Department of Public In struction. will be guest speaker Music will be furnished by the Carllnville Municipal Band, under the direction of George C Reid. The music for this occasion is provided by the cooperation of Local 88 of the Amei lean Federation ol Musicians lo cated al Benld. through a gran from the music performance trust fund of the recording industry. In case of rain, the exercises will be held in the gymnasium of the Carllnville High School. The recipients of the teacher education scholarship* are: RuHi Woolsey. Mrdora: Mnr.for- le Mueller, Palmyra: Gall Aud rev Reiher, Cafllnvllle: Lucy Ann Klaus. Cnrllnvllle: Betty Kay? Berkley. Carlinville: Dean Martin McKee. Carllnville; Janet Marie Harms. Atwater; Bar- bnra Otten. Modesto: Warren M«yes. Modesto: Kay Cravotis. Modesto; Charles Gazda, Thayor: Delia' Newberry, Brighton: Albert Brubec. Mount Olive: Tom Skaggs. Shipman: Byron Marion Piper, Shipman: Charles Main. Shipman; Sue Ann Anders, Brighton; Rebecca Swan, Brli?lilon; Joyce Yurkovich, Mount Olive; Gary Goldacker. Mount Olive; Joyce Eller, Staunton: Karen Oetfel, Staunton; Nancy Genczo, Staunlon; Charles Hassc. Staunton: Richard Monsehein. Staunlon; Carol Ann Stefani. Staunton: Loi.s of the Citizens Traffic and Safety Council at the Community Recreation Center. A film on safety will be I shown as the ytogr&m feature. Complaints and recomtnenda- A . „ „ _. , „ itions pertaining to traffic or safe-! 4he 7:30 p.m. Tuesday meeting] .. .. . ! r _ ' : * ty in the community may be; Mansholt. Gillespie; Judith Cor-'submitted at the meeting, dum. Gillesple: Peggy Brown/ Dane Hewitt, chairman, reports; Traffic Meeting at East Alton Tuesday EAST ALTON — Residents who are interested in traffic and safe-! ty hnve been invited to attend Gillespie. and Donald Slankov en. \\llsonvllle. Also Juanita K. Leetham, Bunker Hill; Kenneth Jenkins, Bunker Hill: Mary Passettl, Benld: Mary Jo Braido. Benld, and Marilouisu Carney. Benld. Parents and scholarship winners may confer with Birkhimer during the second part of the concert Makuh will present the scholarships following the address by Birkhimer. the fii'st recommendation by the! Ooundl has been presented to the City Traffic and Safety Council for consideration. The recommendation concerns a reduction in the speed limit on Wood River avenue from First street to Berkshire avenue, Hewitt stated. Pun In the Sun I, i Games, Lotions.' Picnic Supplies.' ; PHARMACY: Dial CL 14263 ! Rosewood Height! Popcorn was grown and popped by the Incas of Peru long before the discovery of America. fxperf 227 WATCH Repairs! SAVI ovmic A LOAF BUNS— t. Louis Ave., East Alton Girls Between 16 and 21—3 and 5! Enter The Big 1960 66 Miss Association Members BAUSER Sirviei Stiffen DON OTT Jiwtlry FREDERICK'S Latfiis* Faibiins -*;--*• j 'I' -•V-itfci-:-,' ' ; : *•??*- <-.,-*«., ^ . „ . KIMQSTOM Strviei Statitn KROGER FMtf St«rt QUALITY Dairy Sten SALON OF EDWARD Biauty Salen SUPERIOR OARPET Cfmiiity SWASH Ctin Laundry WEAVER Sirviei Statitn WESTERHOLD'S Quality Miatt WESTERN AUTO Start WILSHIRE PHARMACY Drufi • Prmrlptlini WOOLEY'S Sirvioi Statlin VODER Rial Ettati Beauty Contest WINNER WILL BE OFFICIAL "HOSTESS" FOR "MALL" EVENTS Prizes for All PRIZES: Entries * 1st PLACE WINNER: "MISS WILSHIRE MALL" TROPHY" — Plus $75.00 WARDROBE (of her Choice) * 2nd PLACE WINNER: "MISS WILSHIRE MALL" PLAQUE — Plus $50.00 WARDROBE (of her choice) * 3rd and 4th WINNERS: "MISS WILSHIRE MALL" PLAQUE "LITTLE MISS" PRIZES: * 1st PLACE WINNER: "LITTLE MISS WILSHIRE MALL" TROPHY Plus $25.00 WARDROBE (of choice) if 2nd PLACE WINNER: "LITTLE MISS WILSHIRE MALL" PLAQUE Plus $15.00 WARDROBE (of choice) CONTEST RULES: MISS WILSHIRE MALL Applicant iiiUKt be tingle and ne\er married, AU Bttrlbuten inuki be upiiUcuntk own. Cuntertunto miut be between the age* of 16 throuvb 81. If under 18, vigimture of pureiil or gUHrdian it uecetwary. Hrit place' winner must underotuud UtHt nue will reign over any promotion the \VU»lilr« Mull Bunt, uewi Bleu'K Awoviutlon. retjuentn for one year. ilritt place winner will be on hand to' crown new Wilnbire Hull Queen provkUuv there in a niinilar uoiitent held later. No talent It necetwary. ThU coutebt will be judged on beuuty oiU>. Judges deeltiou will be final. Awarilk and prize* will be givun to ivt, 'Jnd, and 8rd place winner* tu advertised. 10. Contestant inust be leinule. KUL£S: LITTLE MISS WILSHIRE MALL 1, Contestant iniwt be between the alien of 3 through 5. •i. CuiUehtunt niiwt be feiuule. t 3. Parent must accompany oud agree to the appearance of the minor at any promotion denired by the Wllkhlre BiuiiittNtt Men'i Awtocl- utioii. 4. Award* and prtoet will be given to the wiiiiien aa atlvertUed. 0. Should the assouitalon decide to have another contest, the parent* of the winner must agree to have her on hand to crown the new Little Miss \Vilshire Mull. C W. Flour All Purpose NtwLowPrlet "SPRY 11 Shortening Steaks lb COWED HAM Wafer J /V sliced ;;4/ HORMELL Cottage Rolls Boneless f PC Smoked LB. A*) Butts WT'iJlr FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF ..:. lb. 49- Spiced By The Piece Luncheon Meat Ib. Lipton Tea 39 1 Y«llew Lab«l '/4-lb. box Royal Gelatin All Flavors Bartlett Pears C. W. Oil NuSoft Clorox Bleach Detergent C. W. Halvti All Purpos* N«w Low Prico Fabric Softener Quart Bot. 89c 3 Ne ^n°° bet. • FROZEN FOODS • Tri-City All Purpose I PAIRY giant 49« WAFFLES L ^ Iv«rfr*ih Mixed Vegetables 2 *1§H* m "«•*••"» Farml " !•*•«•" ^ 3r 1 Cheese Spread .» 39* Swiss Chttst Kraft's Big Eye ENTRY BLANKS AT ALL WILSHIRE MALL ASSOCIATION Be Sure to Enter! Finals Will B* Held Saturday, July 23rd 730 p.m. On Our Big Free Parking Area! WILSHUIC MALL BUSINIfftMIN ASSOCIATION California •• 1V9»l«t Lemons Home Grown Cabbage

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page