Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 13, 1960 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN Bethalto Water Softener Plant Nears Completion BETHALTO — State sanitation engineers will make final tests Friday on water samples from the nearly completed wat- TREAT YOURSELF TO till Rail! W» B. Bdwr. Olml HO B-SS77 er softener and Iron removal plants for water supplied to the Bethalto area. Results of the tests will be reported to Bethalto Mayor Erwln Plegge. a spokesman for the Bethalto Water Board said Monday. The plants are located on 9th street near Wood River. Construction Is expected to be completed this week. Pool Project Gathers Momentum BETHALTO — Support of the proposed swimming pool project Is expected at a special meeting of the Bethalto Women's Club Thursday at 8 p.m. In the Public Library. Local organizational support of the pool project began last week when the Bethalto Rotary Club raised funds exceeding $10,000 for the project. BETHALTO — Plans for a public smorgasbord were outlined at the regular meeting of the Bethalto Chapter of Eastern Star Monday at the Masonic Temple. Worthy matron. Mrs. Warren Cress, presided at the meeting. The smorgasbord Is scheduled for Aug. 13 and tickets are being sold by chapter officers. Committee appointments for the dinner were also announced. It was reported that the Bun ker Hill chapter will assist the chapter In celebrating its 40th anniversary. Next meeting is scheduled for Aug. 22. Bethalto Note* BETHALTO— Robert N. Reed. 49, of 476 Sheridan St., is in Missouri Pacific Hospital In St. Louis for treatment of injuries Incurred in a fall from a box car. „ Mr. and Mrs. Lennis C. Gray have returned from a three- weeks vacation at Lake Superior and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Woolsey left KANE — Mr*. Meta Barrtng»f| We<lfl * 9da y for a trip of tw« who has .been a patient of Boyd Hospital Carrollton, the past three weeks was brought home Monday. 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