Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 13, 1960 · Page 14
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July 13, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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PAOE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1960 RINGS IN THE HAT Roman designer Kcnato Bfelestra cuts the front brim out of a high-crowned sun hat to leave the five Intersecting rings. They arc symbolic of the Olympic Games which open in Rome Aug. 25, Macoupin to PayJPsS2100 Former Worden Resident Dies "* St. CARLINV1LLE - The regu-j tar meeting of the Macoupin j tfORDEN - William Dewcy County Board of Supervisors was held Tuesday afternoon In the courthouse when the board adopted a resolution calling for five justice of the peace districts in the county with a salary of $2,100 per year for each. The supervisors empowered Chairman Roy Bowyer to appoint three members of the justice of peace committee, increasing the number of commitr tees on the board to 15. The board was in unanimous agreement that they would pay no office rental or other expense of the justice of peace, except for ledgers and office supplies. Scout Camporee Scheduled For July 23,24 English, 62, of 755 Buckingham Dr.. St. Louis, formerly of Worden, died Saturday. His parents preceded him in death. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Lillian English of St. Louis, two sons. Charles, of Chicago, and Elton, of California, a brother, Charles H. English, and a sister Mrs. Beulah Kornes, both of St. Louis. ' Funeral services will be in the Great Hall of the Armbruster Mortuary, in St. Louis, at 10 a.m. July 31. Worden .Notes WORDEN — Mr .and Mrs. \Vil- Iliani Jones and sons. Danny and RicKy. of Reynoldsburg. Ohio returned Sunday from a visit with; Mrs. Jones parents. Mr. and Mrs., Richard Sandbach. and oilier rela- i , lives. ! ! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stroudi iand children Sue Ann and Robert ..... T> o , * J''-- of Kansas City, Mo., have re- A jubilee year Boy Scout hirno(1 hnmn a(t ^ n ^ _ ^ Camporee will be held at Camp VVarreh Levis July 23 and 24. The camporee will be held in celebration of Uie 50th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America. Ten Boy Scouts will also be! celebrating their 50tb year at the Fifth National Jamboree in his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stroud. Mr. and Mrs. Jolm \Vorden Sr.,j Mr. and Mrs. Worden Jr. of Wor,|den, Kan..'visited recently Eunice Sandbach. Robert Broasch is COUPON WORTH ON THI PURCHASE OP ANY BEDROOM SUITE Priced from $88.00 and up Good Thuri.— Ft!.— Sot. July 14H», IBHi and Uth WOOD RIVER FURNITURE MART 144 East Ferguson Avenue— Weed River FREE DELIVERY COUPON WORTH CARPETING WOOD RIVER FURNITURE MART 144 East Ferguson Avenue— Wood River — FREE DELIVERY — SPEEIRl (OUPQn URLUE THIS COUPON WORTH ON THE PURCHASE OP ANY LIVING ROOM 8UITE Priced from 3 $199.00 and up Oeed Thiiri.—M.—Sat. July 14th, 15th and UHi WOOD RlVER FURNITURE MART 144 East Ferguson Avenue*—Wood River — FREE DELIVERY — SPECIRL COUPOn URLUE THIS COUPON WORTH ON THE PURCHASE OF ANY FIVE PIECE DINETTE SET Priced from $69.96 and up Good Thurs.—Fri.—Sot. July 14th, 15th and Uth WOOD RIVER FURNITURE MART 144 East Ferguson Avenue—Wood River — FREE DELIVERY — Oceans of Values at Wood River Furniture Mart! , lr - Mrs. William Jones at Colorado Springs July 22 to 28. Since every Scout will not be able to participate in the jubilee year activities in Colorado, the various councils throughout the country are sponsoring campo- rees to afford each Boy Scout in America an opportunity to participate in the jubilee year activi-json of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Day ties. jof Roodhouse, will be installed Cliff Dabbs, camporee chair- j as master councilor of Eli Chapman, and his committee havener. Order of DeMolay here to- i been busy laying the ground- , night at the Masonic Hall at work for the camporee. 7:30 o'clock. Reynoldsburg, Ohio. White Hall DeMolay To Install Master WHITE HALL — Ronald Day, IF YOU REALLY WANT A REFRIGERATOR - THEN LOOK AT THESE PRICES! 20-IN. WINDOW FAN .... $19.95 PHILCO AIR CONDITIONER, 10,000 B.T.U., 110 Voltage . . $200.00 Bill Fisher, chairman of the The Rev. H. L. Janvrin of Saturday and Sunday afternoon the Roodhouse Baptist Chun-h activities, says that the pro- will be guest speaker and es- gram will include patrol skill corts will be furnished by ihej contests and Boy Scout dial-1 Roqdhouse-White Hall Assembly j lenge contests and will be similar'of Rainbow lor Girls. The Moth-j to those held in Colorado. er's Auxiliary and the member.-: Camp fire chairman, Ed Pal- of the Advisory Bourd will also; en, has announced that the be installed during the i-ere-i camp fire program Saturday night will be open to the public. The camp rangers, under the direction of Charley Harris, will judge the activities program and will inspect the camping area for neatness and correct scouting procedures. Special jubilee year patches have been acquired and will be available scouts. to all participating monies. Officers of Eli Council to be : installed are as follows: Ronald Day, master councilor; Larry Ash, senior councilor: Steve Camp, junior councilor; Charles OIT, scribe and treasurer; Donald Day, senior deacon; Harry Hunt, junior deacon; Robert Larson, senior steward; Phillip Ballard. junior steward; Joe I Hopkins, chaplin; Bill GiUmore. ., . .. ,. . . . i sentinel; Tom Barlow, standard Several oil firm..have: term,-: Ahern almoner; rated or postponed further oil Bm Weddem * ni marsha j. Rich . drilling in Paraguay. ard Ulwn _ 0 ,. ator . Wflyne Ag(i first preceptor; Danny Martin, second preceptor; David Hatfield, third preceptor; Peter Greene, fourth preceptor; Terry Fry, sixth preceptor; Tom Alli>| way, fifth preceptor, and Har-i old Durham, seventh preceptor.! rice*. Double E««le sump* <Ub Yuur Doctor to Call Us We Deliver. t* BKGIKI tKUD PHARMACISTS Ftv* Convenient Locations. Prom*. Accurate Service. Preriwel. Puroit Vlocki. No Gimmicks... NO HIDDEN EXTRAS... All 1960 Models We Want to SELL 100 Refrigerators In 3 Days Choose from names such as Philco - Gibson Single Doors - 2 Doors Upside Down • Combinations I'OLICEMAN'S SIGNS GUARD SCHOOL t'HILURKN School children are cautioning motorists near Stutgart, West Germany, with signs that read, "Halt! Mother said 'Come home safely'." The road safety signs that the children display as they cross streets on their way to and from are made by a policeman. 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