Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 13, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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Section 2 Pages 15*26 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Spott lU99ttt/ Cltusified Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13,1960. ScPer Copy Member of The Associated Piea Shiftman Mi und Mis. Robert Shultz and children have rcturne on Mondny .from a visit with hei parents. Mr. and MRS. Wesley Colo. Ronnie and Bobby Shultz returned home with their parents after a months visit in Colorado. Mrs. Aluble Jenkins and Mrs. Melba Norton of Columbus. Ohio, the Rolland Scott family. Mrs. Lexie Dunna daughters of Decatur spent the weekend wtth Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ton. mciiia. .vii. ann AIMS, Wesley iVlPloa i\onon 01 I.UIUIIIUUB. v/mu. Emmery in Colorado Springs, were Tuesday dinner guests of Telegraph Want Ad. Drtun Corps Exhibition-26 Years Ago American Legion Parade - 26 Years Ago Photo of City of Cairo, at the Fifth Division American Legion Convention in Alton, June 4, 1934 The Fifth Division, American Legion convention will be held in Alton thi* weekend, the first Mince 1934. Billboard across E. Broadway, near Alton street, advertised a new automobile for 8490. Drum corps exhibition which was held in Alton in conjunction with the Fifth Division, American Legion Convention, June 4, 1934. Exhibition was held at the old Sportsman's Park, on East Broadway. Many historic events have been held at this property, the home of the Alton Blues, baseball team, site of football games, circuses. The grandstand was torn down, and the site was the scene of circus and carnival shows. Many a Labor Day parade formed at this corner. The Plaza shopping center is located now at this spot. School District 15 Expenditures Up This Year Hospital Notes W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Harold Hord, Rt. 1, Alton. Mrs. Alleta Simonds, Bethalto. Mrs. Carolyn Arensemann, 410 Monroe. Kast Alton. SUIUJICAL Mrs. Blanche Meisenheimer, Bethalto. Gary Jackson. 877 HaJler. Nancy Tyler. Bethalto. Michael Arterberry, Roxana. Mrs. Carrie Nutter, Chicago DISMISSALS Darrell Best. Bethalto. Mrs. ; WOOD RIVER — Expenditures for Wood River Grade School Dis; trict 15 were $20.259.32 liigher in : the 1959-60 school year than ex- i penditures in the 1938-59 school .year, it was revealed in an informal report given by Superintendent Glenn DeAtley at a board j meeting on Tuesday night at the ; Lewis-Clark School. I A complete- budget break down will be ijivcn on the auditor's report. However. Superintendent De- Atlcy said that totah figures-on last night's preliminary would be close to accurate Ea*t Alton Scout* Home From Canoe Trip in Wisconsin EAST ALTON — Members and leaders of East Alton Explorer! Post 11 returned Sunday from a 10-day canoe trip from Region 7 Canoe Base at Bolders Junction, Wjs., it was reported by Troy Freeman, post adviser, who accompanied the boys on the trip. Ray Spiller, institutional representative, also accompanied the Explorers who were Ned Freeman, Jay Taylor. Jerry Berry and Jimmy Estes. thi' Baptist Church and will con-| Thr Hungarian People's Retinue through July 17. School is' public has sent a trade mission Budapest to Ghana to es- rade relations between FIDELITY _ Daily vacationj M We Ts^uperintendent ol the the two countries. Bible school began Monday at school. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily f Fidelity Vacation Bible School Begins BARGAIN DAYS! SAVE NOW KILN DRIED CONSTRUCTION GRADE FIR Ms-6 FT, LENGTH FOR $4.55 . 8 Ft. 71c '~8 Ft". ~ $1.07 ~ 8 Ft. " $1.62 10 Ft. 89c 10 $1.34 - J0 F( $1.91 12 Ft. $1.07 "la Ft. J1.61 ""l8~Ft.~ $2.29 14 Ft. $1.26 14 Ft. $1.88 16 Ft $1.43 18 Ft. $2.16 14 Ft. $2.67 18 Ft. $3.06 KILN DRIED The East Alton group traveled j report, around 30 miles on the Manilowish River and on the area's lakes.. He reported that last year's' Freeman reported that the party I •—•— '- " J: - — •'•- encountered choppy water and' increase in expenditures over the 1958-59 school year was due salary Delia Laws, 150 Center,! increases and debt retirement. Lamkin, East Alton. . 11le total <'M*nditure.s /or the Mi's. Vivian Brown, 743 Lincoln. 19J9-60 school year were $596.198- Frederick Gviilo, Rt. 1, Alton. Richard Stocker, 562 Whltelaw Ronald Graf ford, 965 Lorena. Bennett Hatten, Cottage Hills Mrs. Margaret BetK Rt. 2 Brighton. David Slone, Cottage Hills. rapids. The group carried its provisions and camped outdoors during the ten days. The boys were picked up at the Indian reservation at i Flambeaugh Flo'wage. .10 as compared with $575,938.88 expenditures of the 193S-59 school iyeai i Bananas recently have be-j Tiie education fund's expendi-j come the windward Islands'! most important business. ST. ANTHONrS MEDICAL Paula Ansell, Brighton. Miss Beverly Hinson, 422 Job, East Alton. Mrs. Juanita Hill. 4105 Alby. David Gibbons, 412 Sixth. Clarence Schaefer, 9?3 ington. Lester Crawford, YMCA. Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Ola Jouett, Bunker Hill. tures for the past year was $491, 538.86 which is $13,123.71 more than the 1958-59 total expenditures ol $478,415.15. The building fund's expenditures totaled $104,659.34, a $7,125.61 increase over the previous year's total expenditures of $97,523.73. Waah-j T| ie educational fund's balance : was listed at $43.259.82. However, a ; total of $65,500 will be due on July and August teachers' salaries %V GIRLS BETWEEN 16and21-3and5!ENTER 'Miss Wilshire BEAUTY CONTEST WINNER WILL BE OFFICIAL "HOSTESS" FOR "MALL" EVENTS • Trophies/ • Wardrobes! • Plaques/ PRIZES FOR ALL ENTRIES I AWARDED 1 WINNERS ENTRY BLANKS AT ALL FIFTEEN WILSHIRE MALL ASSOCIATION MEMBERS FINALS-7:30 P.M., SATURDAY. JULY 23rd • BE SURE TO ENTER! Sponsored by. WILSHIRE MALL BUSINESSMEN ASSOCIATION BOXING - SHEATHING - SUB-FLOORING 112 WHITE PINE ~ 12' Id. Ft. Kiln Dried "A" AND IETTER CLEAR REDWOOD SIDING %". 6" Reg. 18V4C 14V4* K 5-8,8 Reg. 21 Vac "D" CLEAR FIR DROP SIDING ISc Id. Ft. "D" CLEAR FIR CAR SIDING Reg. 23c 17c •d. Ft. Mrs. Norma Kennedy, Cottage Tand checks also have to be clear- Hills, ed through the bank. i William Oofton.WT College. ST. JOSEPH'S MEDICAL Mre. Dorothy Daskey,, wood. Mo. William Walker, 1012 Highland. report, the building fund's balance at the end of the year is $18,686.26. Hazel-; 11ic j^g^jo sc hool year was the first time in five years that Dis>- \ Mrs. Pansy Mitchell, 736 Central Pamela Northern, 20 \V. 9tti trict 15 operated on last year'.s tax levy without asking for an Mrs. Mary Riley, 983 Riley. .advance on the current year's tax Miss Jahie Ancell, 609 Olmstead.. Mrs. Mary Whitiock, Roxana. !' evy I Mrs. Loretta Bsuer, 224 Vic- Miss Maicdine Klekamp. Gra-, tory, East Alton. ; nite City, was hired as a junior David Wyrick, 232 Westwood,, hlgh ^^1 teacher. She is a grad- cildwell, 95 Sullivan. !uate of SIU at Carbondale^ A psy- Miss Carol Schmitker, St. ' chologisl will be employed by the Petersburg, Fla. (board under a joint agreement; SURGICAL Daniel Porter, 3208 Jranor. S MiKd HowIrd^Haw ley. Miss Betty Flowers, 410 Wliite law, Wood River. Frank Smith, Godfrey. Larry Smith, 728 Spring. with the Madison County School Cooperative Association and Alton Community Unit School Distinct ' The total of bills approved by the! board was $49,064.62. Bills were: j ; operation, $24,146.59; cafeteria, | Leo Schmitker, St. Petersburg, j $11.30; and salaries, $24,906.83. DISMISSALS Miss Minnie Allison, 2009 Sem inary. A 1 OLD CHAMPION FINALLY VIKLDS TO CHALLENGES South Africa's champion slieep- dog has finally gone "over the nl"" i" the manner of all old pros, Mrs. Margaret Bustard, Godfrey ' Colesburg reports. Winner for the Mrs. Gwen Bell, East Alton. ) US | three years in the shetjpdoa Mrs. Marilyn Coraine, East Alton tj| skippic. now nearly nine Mrs. Viola Ham, 1322 Monroe. , . " . , ' ,. Mrs. Ora Jackson, U29 Greene. !> ea ' s . olu ; was be « tlen b - v -\ OU1 ^ C1 Mrs. Betty Johnson, 1207 Hamp- 1 dogs in the recent championship ton. i trials. Skippii' could has r e won the Mrs. Emma Leatherby, Litch- championship cup outright if she field. Mrs. Joan Meyer, East Alton. John McCormick, 4047 Alby. Mrs. Hazel Orban. Brighton. Mrs. Carrie Roberts, 684 Fifth. Mrs. Mary MoKernan, 943 Me- Kinley. ALTON MIMORIAL MEDICAL Fred Stamper, Rt. 2, Godfrey. Mrs. Beth Simmons, 310 Mill. Mrs. Eva Wheeler. 3T07 College. John Babladelis, 1309 Rodgers. SURGICAL Edward Dunn, 2510 Alfurettu. Clarence Young, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Agnes Chappell, 708 State. Lindell Hughes, Bethalto. Mrs. Ray Jackson. Jerseyville. William Llndsey, St. Louis. Miss Twila Land. 3707 Berkeley Mrs. Louise Wilharm, Warden. had been victorious, but instead she finished fourth. Sheepdog trials are comparatively new to South Africa. Mrs. Donna Jackson, East Alton Mrs. Judith Steinheimer, 1301 State. Mrs. Louise Phillips. Cottage Hills. Mrs. Ann Ruedin, Godfrey. Mrs. WUifred Hendrlckson, 864 Washington. JUSIY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Don Miller, Jersey\'flle. Mrs. BUI Dotson, JerseyvUle. Mrs. William Watson, Flags. Mrs. Wm. Lorsbaoh, Jerseyville. Miss Anna Hulzworth, Hardin Mrs. Riley Davis, Jerseyville. New accounts jubilee ends July 31 ... Plan now to step by. Sayings accounts insured safe up to $10,000 by FSLIC. Handy front door teller's window . . . Free front door parking. DISCOVER HIGHEST DIVIDEND! tfcas^as^ssa- Plus FREE GIFTS FOR SAVING! SAVE $100 OR MORE! RECEIVE "TIPSY TIM" SET OF 6 GLASSES AND STAND A famous "Tipsy Tim" set of 6 glasses and copper and brass stand is yours free when you open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or more. Practical and beautiful, "Tipsy Tim" and his six glasses can go from kitchen to patio or anywhere you need them. You can add to your account at any time in multiples of 50. Funds will earn a new ratt- of 5% per annum, first payable Jane 30, 1960. I OR ANCHOR HOOKING FIRE KING COPPER-TINT OVENWARE A tamuua lii-pieco- Anchorglass Ovunware set is yours free when .vou open a PHEPA1U SHARE' ACCOUNT with $11)0 or more. Practical and beautiful, ovenware is guaranteed two years against o\en breakage. You can add to your account at any time in multiples, ol' S50. Funds will earn at new rale of 5% per annum, first payable June 30, I960. 1x4 No. 2 YELLOW PINE FLOORING 13' •d. Ft. Savt $10 tr M*n Rtoiivi SWIVEL HEAD UTILITY LANTERN Open a new RliXiULAR MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS SHARE ACCOUNT with IjilU or more. Your free gift will be a handy lantern with strong beam and swing-up red flasher, a useful "Safety Companion" for auto or home. Add to sa.vings in multiples of 5Uc or SI each. Earn new 5% rate, first payable June 3D, 196U. Mn. Dorothy Huntsman, Cot- iURUlCU. tage Hills. : Susan Stacker, Jersey ville. Mm. Helen Dei/, 3703 Western.1.1eunette Probst. Jerseyville. Mrs. Lenora Bunse. 602 Emerald Armstrong, 340 Me- Leonard Ginnis. 'lerry Lawson, Cottage Hills. James Craig, Godfrey. James HoltwUeh, Gt^fvey. Robert Webber, Eust Altun. l<uuls HoeUchei', Edwardsvill Airs. Ramon? Fluwert, 1030 * Untod TMri. Carol Lub*well, £ai»t Alton Frwln fVvroll Mi's. David Martin, Jerseyville. Wt Olvf and Ktdum CURRENT YEARLY RATE ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS •ntf PREPAID SAVINOS CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ill UIITH AVI, ' CL MM! HWTIJ f tJk It 4tlO pan, COMPLETE LINE OF ROLL ROOFING ROOF COATING SHINGLES GUTTERING AT LOW PRICES GLASS PANEL EXTERIOR DOORS SALE SAMPLE CLOSEOUTS KILN DRIED CLEAR FIR FLOORING 1x4 22J4 1 M. 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