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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , tflfT AT ». OROWS IT home arlmittod as a rhilrt of thrrr MftfctAL WWP1TAI, ilwi-rtiisr his father ran away from A Labor Mrmhrr of Pnrli.imwt h<mir. Tlir Ubor M.P slntrd. "VVr were only able to grt him out be- musr we found him a home and a job" in London hut charged that a 4i- Jrfcsf-old man was kept tn an Enjz- iMh mental hospital 44 ypar*. after SUMMER SPORTSWEAR — FOR LARGER WOMEN New w>l<rt!on of Jimmlm*. walrt »l*p« 34 to 40. In 4%9.-> MIWll wnvfin pluld. »lrtp porkrl nnd holtrd M On* Ofmtp of In poplin* , 3J lo 38 Summer Stork*. pollnhfd rolfon* In black. Inn, blue, and brow-n. W'al*l sizes 34 to 44 k93 I irAltrD'C I "PARTMINT STOI LEMUfcil J [ 710 6. Broadway Brighton Redbird? Real Shipman 21-16 BRIGHTON -* Brighton Redbirds, managed by Mrs. l,ep R o g e r s. defeated Shipman Braves 21-16 tn girl* Softball playi rr Monday night. Sharon; MOOTT pitc*hpd for EfriRhton, with Tnm;iiino R;',krr catching. ,ln-| net Kii-hcn pitched for Shtpmun.i with .liinet Gillespip behind thpj pliilr. Brighton Rprl Hots will play at ShipnviM tins pvrnine. Attend Reunion BRIGHTON — T\u- Emmons : ;ni(i Hullinger minions svprpstajj-j ed Sunday at the Harold Km- ' mons farm at Piasa. Attending! from the Brighton area \\cre. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Emmons and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Em-: mons. AVAILABLE AT YOUR INDEPENDENT GROCERS BAKED FRESH DAILY DONUTS A PRODUCT OF HOME OWNED DONUTS. INC. LEGION OFFICERS Seated, from left, are: Robert Weatherholt, new commander of East Alton American Legion Pont, and Mrs. Melvin Bracht, auxiliary president of Post 794, who were installed Monday night at the Legion Hall. Standing are the outgoing commander and auxiliary president, Robert Richie and Mrs. Robert Weatherholt. East Alton Legion Post Installs New Officers SATURDAY FRIDAY EAST ALTON — Robert WPH- thcrholt was installed commander of American Legion Post 794. and Mrs. Melvin Bracht, auxiliary president, in joint ceremonies at ion Hall Monday evening. ; Mrs. Lorcll Hicks, a past president, was assisted by Mrs. Margaret Tolliver. in conducting the auxiliary installation. Others seated were: Mrs. Bill Walls, first vice president; Mrs. John Compton, second vice president; Mrs. Robert Ritchie, treasurer; Mrs. Charles Maloney, chaplain; Mrs. Clifford Cooper, sergeant at arms; Mrs. Robert Tomorrow At Gibsons . . . . OUR FINEST CHAIR SALE! BERK-LINER RECLINER COVERED IN VISCOSE NYLON , HIGH. Pill FRIEZI SUPPORTED PALOMINO * FULL FOAM RUBBER * FOAM RUBBER * POSITIVE STOP ACTION IN ANY POSITION * GUARANTEED CONSTRUCTION EXACTLY AS PICTURED •Mb * SMART VISCOSE NYLON FRIEZE FABRIC 9 FULL FOAM ZIPPERED, REVERSIBLE CUSHION * FOAM RUBBER H U D, E S. * BISCUIT-TUFTED .*« EXACTLY AS WITH RUBBERIZED HAIR PAD PICTURED * GUARANTEED CONSTRUCTION Ai <t» on National fV and k CORONET FREE STORESIOE PARKING OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. 41? I. IROAPWAY (JUST WIST OF THI IRIDGE) PHONI HO S.6641 I Weatherholt, historian; Mrs. John! IfJobel. secretary. Mrs. Weatherholt, retiring president, received a past president's pin and made the presentations of a Rift and corsage to each of her officers. Jim Hendrickson, past commander, officiated as installing officer of the post, installing Melvin Bracht, senior vice commander; Jack Davis, junior vice commander; . Art Barnes, finance officer. Dean Clements, sergeant at arms; Charles Gabbert, chaplain; Bill Tomerlin, service officer; Don Malley, adjujanl. Robert Ritchie, retiring com) mander, was presented a barbecue | grill and accessories, including j steaks. 1 Charles Maloney, Pete Lintz and Lorell Hicks, donned the chef's hats to prepare the southern fried chicken supper which concluded the meeting. County Sales Tax $11,105 EDWARDSVILLE — Madison County Clerk Eulalia Hot/ said today she had received thej county sales tax for the month! of April from the state depart-' ment of revenue in the amount of $11,105.85. i Total tax collected for the , month was $11,814.73, less six j per cent for administration. ' Sales taxes collected to date total $71,322.12, of. which $28,: 528.85 • is earmarked for the court house and jail and $42,793.27 for the county deten- ' lion home. A breakdown of the taxes [ the county has received are as foHows: Oct., 1959, $10,150.07; Nov., 1959, $9,948.27; Dec., 1959, $9,460.27; Jan., 1960, $8,895.96; Feb., 1960, $9,837.72, March, 1960, $11,923.82; and the: April, 1960, figure. j Carrpllton Women ! Return from Europe | CARROLLTON - Mrs. Joseph Thornann and her sister, Miss Edith Carmody, returned j home Friday from an eight-week ; trip to Europe. They made the trip from St. Louis to Paris ini eight hours by .jet plane and went on to Athens where they visited ! the Acropolis While in Koine ithey had an audience with the j Pope and went on to Florence. I Italy, and to Venice. | They went to Innsbruck, Aus- itriu, from which place they flew 'to Frankfurt. Germany, where 'they were met by Cupt. and Mrs. K. C. Koesterer. who accompanied them to see the Passion Play in Oberammerguu, after which they all went to a cottage on Luke Maggoire in the Alps where they spent two weeks. Leaving Switzerland they flew to London, visited Scotland and Ireland then returned to the United States. Lender at Youth Camp CARROLLTON - Miss Carol Houseman will leave Aug. 6 for Marquette Park where she will serve as recreational leader and girl's counsellor at the Lutheran Youth Camp Aug. 6 through Aug. 19. FIBERGLASS AND MSIN m IOATS tntf IOAT tIPAIR SPORTS CAI Mf AIR FI.4STK tShetK fRodi •Tubts t-or fcvcrv Need m Horn* or Ulllc* Cope Plastics Ul. 100. VMUe W«»l ol North Alton. PUam HQ COME ONE! COME ALL! JULY 15 and 16 Join the Happy Shoppers! ... Get Your Share Of The Red Hot Values Being Offered By Greater Alton Merchants During • This Big Sale Event! REMEMBER 2 BIG DAYS! FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 15th & 16th — Sponsored by Retail Trade Committee, Greater Alton Association oi Commerce.