Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 14, 1960
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THURSDAY, JULY 14,1980 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THUMB Setting Stage for Macoupin County Fair July 19-24 McBride Named wrvisor of tetforO-l Sup* Budgi ance. The WILLIAM McBKIDE William McBrldc, plant engineer for Owens-Illinois at Streator, has been named budget supervisor of the Alton plant. HP surcwds Carl J. Snydor Jr., who has been man- •ager of the company's glass-container plant at Clarion, Pa. McBride is a graduate of Illinois Normal University School of Education and has studied engineering at the California Institute i grounds north of here Tuesday, of Technology. I July 19 and last through Sunday, He was a Na\y pilot during {July 24. World War II and after receiving | his discharge from the Navy in 1946. he was assigned duties at the Owens-Illinois Streator plant. McBride served as senior engineer and planning engineer in the maintenance department before assuming the duties as maintenance department supervisor in 1953. Temporarily McBride, his wife. Moreen, and four children, William, John, Ann Rae and Joan, are residing at Hotel Stratford. Shortly the McBrides will make their residence at 430 Bluff St. in Alton. Inftetghbor'sHot Lost Cottage 1 Found After 1 COTTAGE HILLS — Little 3- vear-old Connie Marie Wolf was 'ound safe and unharmed Wednesday only a few hundred yards from her home after police and firemen searched wooded areas tse Hills Child lour Search and fields for over an hour in an effort to locate the child. Madison County Deputy Sheriff Clyde Tisdel Jr., and Deputy Lee Moss, along with Cottage Hills Fire Chief Bill Bryant, or- ganized a search around m. when flic girl was missing from her home Walnut St. m the Zephr area. Searchers walked fields, wooded areas an creeks which border the Ridge subdivision. While searchers atten locate the child, a neigl man reported that sh cries from a house only red yards from the lltl home. Police and flreme ed the house and found a 2:45 p. rcpui'tccl e at 909 ry Ridge through nd along e Zephyr girl In the bathroom. She had apparently wandered Into the neighbor's home and became frightened after she was unable to open the door. Assisting In the search were firemen from Cottage Hills, aux- tage Hills Fire De Volunteers receli tion on types of fire use of the inhalatoi tion of the Scott ai Chief Bill Bryant re Following comple Department. <MA*M«A iinuuc* opera- to ? heard a bundle girl's liliary police from Bethalto am' CARLINVlLLE-One of the most thrilling of the 28 maneuvers which the International Auto Daredevils will perform nt Macoupin County Fair on July 21-24 is the aerial leap. A standard 1960 convertible soars more than 70 feet through the air from one ramp to another while a standard two-door hardtop model criss-crosses underneath. While all of the Auto Dare- dpvil stunts are dangerous, the skill of the drivers, the exactness of the preparations and the sturdy construction of tht vehicles used have combined tt prevent fatalities so far for the Auto Daredevils during their 18 years of giving shows. The old fashioned art of fine yeast bread baking will be a prominent feature of this year's Macoupin County Fair. Competition will be among local women on their skill in this traditional culinary art— pnd one reason is a special Best-of-Show yeast baking award of $10. The yeast-raised bread, sweet bread or rolls which wins this award will have to pass the testing by the fair's culinary judges. Yeast-raised bread are traditionally judged by a pre-j pared point system which in-i eludes checking texture, flavor,; ^^__________________ and aroma, as well as appear-j y a|ues to 795 W|Jk ghorts, Deck Pants Famous brands, reduced for clearance. Broken sizes Cottage Hills and area resi- of the members of the department will attend a 9-week dents. first aid course. Instruction in Flmtwn Attend School (the first aid course will be pro- COTTAGE HILLS — Twenty-1 vidpd by Red Cross instructors, five firemen attended the third i Next session of the fire school session of a fire-fighting school i is scheduled for July 19 at 7 p.m. Tuesday sponsored by Cot- In the fire house. Sarah Churchill Guilty of Drunkenness LONDON (API—Actress Sarah Churchill was found guilty today on the fifth and sixth charges of public drunkenness brought against her in the last 16 months. Miss Churchill, 45, daughter of former Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, had pleaded Innocent. Assessing fines totaling 50 shil- It R. dell told her: "On the MXt sion when yon appeal wfbre the court—ii yon appear before nw~ you will be remanded in cultudy for a medical report before ft 1* decided what steps to take in your case." Mormon leader Brlgham Young asked his followers to work for themselves, that "I do not feel disposed to ask the Lord to do lor me what I can do for myself." Use our easy credit plan, no money down on any purchase Take up to 24 months to pay as little as $3 monthly. save on mens wear Macoupin County Fair \vill get under way at the fair- Notc: Alton Hasn't Annexed Texas Gr«M»n field GREENFIELD — Members of the Tau Upsilon Club entertained their husbands and guests at a picnic supper Monday evening in the south city park. The annual family picnic of the Philathea class of First Baptist Church was postponed Tuesday night and will take place July 19 at Woodbine Country Club. Arrangements have been completed for a reunion of the 1950 class of the locrl high school Sunday in obser/ance of their 10th anniversary. A basket din- Monday night's meeting of City Council was one of few thus far in 1960 at which no annexation ordinance was pending. And the switch of legislative interest to the controversial subject of a utility tax was marked by a quip that evoked a titter of amusement. In connection with the disposition of a utilities tax remonstrance bearing 265 signatures, it was noted that more than 20 of the signers gave non-resident addresses. Councilman Maynard Lister remarked, "I've learned one of the signers gave an address in Texas." "M-m-m-m!" commented Councilman Clyde Wiseman, "I didn't know we had yet annexed Texas." Cairo, 111., was Gen. Grant's headquarters for attacks on Ft. Henry and Ft. Donelson in the Civil War. Chattanooga, Term., returned home Monday. She was accom- ner will be servxi at 1 p.m. atjpanied by Mrs. Hamilton who Valentine Park. Miss Ruth Mellis of St. Louis | Guy Cooper has returned home is the guest of Mrs. J. B. Thorn-latter spending several weeks ton. Miss Mellis. who has served j with his daughter, Mrs. Richard as a missionary in Greece, will speak during the Sunday school hour at the Presbyterian Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Spencer visited during the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Glenn Kirstein and family in Normal. Mrs. Loretta Doyel, who has spent several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. D. P. Hamilton in Drexelius and family in Carson, Wash. The children of Mr. and Mrs. James McKenzie spent last week with their grandmother, Mrs. O. F. Jones in Saybrook while their parents were in Chicago. Mrs. Kenneth Roble of Litchfield has been spending days with her Parks and Mrs. father, Parks. several J. H. W^&MO&I ff&fa Sbmm*, ^B BARGAIN MS FRIDAY • SATURDAY _ Ta/y ifmeame, TO 50% OFF * Suits * Knit Shirts * Shoes * Sport Coits * Slicks MEN'S STORE 111 mm ft.— Owitowi, Altw— HO 24223 28 to 44—In fine quality fabrics. Values to 9.95 Men's Cabana Sets Boxer style swim trunks and matching shirts in fine cottons. Sizes S-M-L-XL. 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The smart vinyl surfaces wipe clean with a damp cloth ... baked enamel finish gleams for years. OTHER TABLES Reg. 6.98 5.44 Reg* 8.95 6.88 FINAL SHOE CLEARANCE! These selected groups include pump and strap silhouettes in white, patents, colors. High and midway heels in soft calf and kid skins. Reg. to 8.99 Reg. to 12.99 Reg. to 14.99 SPECIAL GROUP LADIES' SHOES Vo/ues to 12.99 Children's CANVAS 1.59 2 pairs $8 Shoes Main Floor Accent * Vitality * Marva Happy Hiker * Velvet Step EXCITING SALE! JUST UNPACKED! BRILLIANT NEW HATS! • ORGANZAS • CHIFFONS • RIBBONS • STRAWS Special Purchase 2.77 All the new shapes, new colors at this astonishingly low price. All yours to choose from. Buy a beautiful new hat for each summer outfit. Come early for best selection. save on sportswear Values 16.98 Misses' 2-Pc. Co-Ordinates Select solids, stripes or check patterns in choice of sleeveless or short sleeves. Sfzes 7 to 16. Values to 5.99 Ladies' Skirts Choose cotton or arnel fabrics in full skirt. 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Reg. 24.88 Dlnnerware Set Complete 45-po. set, unbreakable plastic In floral pattern. 77c yd. tae f< I 14J»

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