Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

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PAGE THIRTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 14» 1900 «TUB StMtfllUunt MuSCUin M Wlnonn Minn., hns a steam cal- liopp whos* musician behPard 10 miles tip and down the Mla- itesippi River. Total uulUvatwl srra tural output in Israel doubled between I9tt and 1091 — from 412.000 to 993,000 «cres.*1\5tal irrigated area was quadrupRd. Ladles Who Sew! Simmer FABRIC TREMENDOUS FABRIC BARGAINS Ac Vahw 44" Tissue Chambray 51* Value 72" Nylon Net Me Value — All color* We Value S«" Emboiied Cottons 5»c Value 3«" Cretonne Drapery 38V," Unbltaehtd MUSLIN 90" Unbleached SHEETING 2000 HALF YARD COTTON REMNANTS Prints and nolid* for children's blouses, sklrte, shorts, also for quilts and aprons. 8»c Value Drip Dry SPORT DENIM Mix 'n Mutch Me Value 45" BUTCHER LINEN Washable. Wrinkle-Resistant WOOD RIVER 5 Children Arc j Education Scholarship i Treated at Wood Presentations Planned River Hospital WOOD RIVER - Pamela D. Jones, 1, daughter of Mrs. KDWARDSVlLLE-The Seventh Annual Madison County Teacher Education Scholarship presentation ceremonies will be held at 8 pjn. August 4 in Ed- Harry D. Jones, 1618 13th St..i Warf1 svil!e Senior High School Ancordes, Wash.. was treated I cafeteria, it was announced to- and released from Wood Rhei| day by County Superintendent of Township Hospital Wednesday j Schools Wilbur R. Trimpe. morning after suffering exter.i George T. Wilklns, superln- ior burns of the stomach. 'tendent of public instruction. The child, while visiting her grandfather, Paul Condray. 118 Delmar St., Hartford report- will deliver the address. wardsville schools and remarks by Trimpe and Mrs. tfla Brazier, director of District 29, Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers. Benediction will be by Rev. Copela.id. Ray Dragich. assistant Madison County superintendent of schools, will present the scholarships. The scholarships entitle each student to attend one of the five Invocation will be by Rev. Leo s(nfe '""her* colleges for fotir L. Copeland. pastor of First edly pulled a cup of hot coffee Methodist off a table onto herself. j Other children treated and Church Bethalto. o l-pleased at the hospital Wednesday were: Fredrick McDonough, 9, son of Mr", and Mrs. Marvin McDoungh, 201 E. Sixth St., Hartford, for a laceration to the large toe of his left foot; Dennis W. Darnell, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Darnell, 81 N. Williams St.. Cot. tage Hills, for a scalp laceration; Gregory Friernann, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Frlemann, 116 Whllelaw Ave., East Alton, for a left foot puncture suffered when stepped on a nail, and David Glowczewskie, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glowczewskie, 431 Prospect St., for an abrasion to the left knee and' leg Incurred when he collided with a car while riding his bike. ANNUAL PICNIC SUNDAY, JULY 17th Immaculate Conception Church WEST ALTON, MO. Chicken and Beef Dinners Family Style, Adults $1.50 Children 75c GAMES! RIDES! CONCESSIONS! On Route 94 one-half mile from Route 67 RED& WHITE FOOD Prices Effective Friday & Saturday July 15 and 16 STAR-KIST CHUNK STYLE TUNA No. X Can Old Fashioned CHILI SAUCE Lua & Perrins STEAK SAUCE 33e n ot. jar 5 02. jur 25« 39c EXTRA TENDER AND JUICY 7-Eone SfeoiV 99 RED & WHITE Spiced Apple Rings 15 oz. 44* Jar flaC NABISCO Oreo Oremes 3 11 oz. $100 pkg«. 1 • BED ft WHITE Satin Smooth Peanut Butter Vr" 39C NABISCO Ritz Crackers 18 OS. O 1 m, pkg. OIC KJiEY HOSTESS SLICED BACON . . KBEV GOURMET HAM . (Krey Kvcluttive) KKUY BRAUNSCHWEI6ER K> "" 1 Ib. bottle (Half or Whole) Piece SLICED DRIED BEEF Ib. Per 56c 95e 39c MAULL'S Famous BAR-B-Q SAUCE OUB VALUE Try Grilling with Your Steak ELBERTA PEACHES HAitTEX Brand PINEAPPLE JUKE . FRESH FRUITS Vt6tTABI.es -" - UtO & WHITE 35' 2S C 10" RED ft WHITE Extra Fancy SWEET PICKLE RELISH 39' U Oi. Jar CUCUMBERS . . , LEMONS .... CELERY 2 PLUMS " 35c MUSHROOMS . TAST - GOOD PORK & B8ANS . . 2 *r. 29' RKD & Ottrk Red KIDNEY BEANS . . 2 :r33' HUBU'S RIO • WHITE Alton PINT* 37c QUARTS 65c Lb PURE APPLE Cider Vinegar Quart 100 os. ju* 23o RAJLBTSMARKIT Mil omtnt F. P. HOMRBN toe Uoc«*iMd CMt Alton lONAf MARKET •<•>• Wood Blv«r RIHMJNf •ROCIRY Ml licktrdt'i North Alby Mkt. AJby St. Gwlfrey DOTY, MY C. j, IU. lllftHTON MUG. 60. VB S4UI Brif hton NOLTB'S RBP ft WHITE HUBERT ftROCIRY BURNS MiRCANTIU U. years. The colleges are Illinois State Normal. Northern Illinois, Eastern Illinois, Western Illinois and Southern Illinois, including the southwestern campus at Alton and Bast St. Louis. Recipients of the scholarships in the Telegraph are here listed. Roxana High School: Ronald Hunt. Wood River; Sandra Nichols and Barbara Barnett, both of East Alton; and Judith Ball, Roxana. Edwardsville High School: John Helm, Rose Boccaleoni, Sharon Siegrist, Marcla Kable and Patrlcin Smith, all from Edwardsville. Civic Memorial High School: Janet Bryan and Donna Best, both of Bethalto: Janet Klop- mcier and Geraldyne Marry, both from Cottage Hills. Alton High School: Barbara L. Weber. Godfrey: Mary Jo Dad's Auxiliary at Sottth fiotatia Meets SOUTH ftOXANA — The Dad's Club Auxiliary met Monday evening at the clubhouse in the park and completed plans for their homecoming booth, the refreshment stand. Mrs. Lorene Leggate was a guest. During the social hour games were played and prizes were won by Mrs. Josephine Hanfelder, Mrs. Julia McNabney and Mrs. Lorene Leggate. Mrs. Hanfelder also won the attend- aftce prize. New officers will I be elected at the August meet. Refreshments were served by Mm. Julia McNabney and Mrs. Mildred Alken. AvtMra S&cvfotMi fffwt SOUTH ROXANA - Mem- bets of the South Roxana Fir*, man's Auxiliary who attended the Madison County sectional meeting Tuesday evening at Meadowbrook we« Mrs. Ruby Steam*, Mrs. Maida. Johnson, Mrs. Betty Uphold, Mrs. Frances Bedwell, Mrs. Bobbie Hubbard, Mrs. Marie Yount, Mrs. O'Kel- He Summers, Mrs. Mildred Al- ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES STATE OF ILLINOIS ) COUNTY OP MADISON )**' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT BETTY MAYHALL. Vs. Plaintiff JASON MAYHALL, Defendant DIVORCE CHANCERY NO. 80 • C • 335 To: JASON MAYHALL: The requisite affidavit having been filed, Notice is hereby given you, JASON MAYHALL. Defendant In the above entitled cause, that the above suit has been commenced In the Circuit Court of Madison Coi.n- ty. Illinois, by the said Plaintiff. Moore. Barbara L. BurriK. Judy | BETTY MAYHALL. against you! D. Kislner and Patricia L. Davis, all from Alton. East Alton-Wood River High School: Ruth Ann Scott, Robert Hayn. and Brenda Reese, all from Wood River; Kay Atkins, Hartford; and Charlene mers. East Alton. In addition, a supplementary list of scholarships have been awarded through the efforts of Trimpe by securing them from the stale pool, or re-issued j scholarship of those who have ! refused because they did not i wish to enter college. Recipients of these scholarships in the Telegraph area: Jolin Cooper. Bethalto; Boris Kusmanoff, Wood River; Betty Eardley, East Alton; Gayle McLane and Barbara Hughes, both from Roxana; Myra Kay Ingram, Donald Fritz, Connie Ketchum and April Lee Meyers, i all ' of Alton; and Sharon Patton and Pat Bertram of Ed- wardsvllle. Awarded a teacher education scholarship in the field of spe- LPOAl NOTICE* PUBLtC NOTICE Public Notice 1* hereby given that the VILLAGE OF BETMALTO pro- po»e» to leate real estate owned by the VILLAGE OF BETH ALTO mor« particularly described as follow*. tO-Wlt: Beginning on the North line of the iract of land described In a deed from the CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO and ST. LOUTS RAILROAD COMPANY, « al: to the VILLAGE OF BETHALTO dated December 2B. 1BS8 and recorded In Book \027 Page 2.10 In the Recorder's Office of Madison County. Illlnoli. designated "Bethnlto Park" which point Is 40 feet West of the East line Of said tract: measured at right angles therefrom; thence continue We»t along the North line of said tract for a distance of 400 feet; thence South parallel with the Eait.llne of said BETHALTO PARK property to the North line of the present NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM RAILROAD right of way; thence East along the North line 'of said right of way to a point which Is 40 feet West of Mip East line of said BETHALTO PARK property! km. th* Auxiliary als» won the auxiliary attendance prrte. Vtatt SOUTH ROXANA - Mr. and Mrs. Bo* Helm of Denatur have returned to th*ir home after spending a few days with Mrs. Helm's parents, Mr. and MM. John Blnney, of Missouri Ave. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally ANNOUNCEMENTS CARD OP THANKS. WE WISH TO THANK nil our all our friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness and sympathy shown during our recent bereavement. We especially wish to thank the people at Forrest Homps. Zephyr Ridge Collage Hill*, also those who sent money, flowers, food, all those who nsslst- ed In any way. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cnrtwrlght MRJf™1CARlVE HOLLAND ~— We would like to thank all out friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy during out recent bereavement (especially 'ieni funeral Home. Rev. Todd. Oi O'Kelly.) Dr. Mitchell, St. .Josephs Hospital) ANNOUNCEMENTS BULK wfitmiNO MPtfcfjLATBS tjtttk jjjnjt tna 00m fWMn; tnV M4 E CUSTOM HAY NOTICE— ThPrtti MMnH limb* and rubWih Of any MM, DM HO 2-19M. 44K>« NOTICE— window fan* were itolea from the property of Mr*. Omit Lashley, 309 Bs«t LortM, Wood River If returned no qvettltms Rental Photo Equipment stid« caifiemt and prvjenort; amm camera* an.l projtetorl: IBmm sound projector!, tcftmt. ate., ind STORE ALTON'S PHOTO CfiNTBR 30 E. Broad**? — HO 1-3810 230 TREES TOPPED — Trlmfllfl moved. Reasonable. CL M971. M- TREES TRIMMED—Topped and removed Reasonable rats*. Free estimate*. CL 9-6314. . and nurses. EDUCATIONAL The Holland f-ainlly • MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS 2 or 4-GRAVE LOT— Valhalla Me morial Park. 1 7C— Garden Chrlstus. CL 4-8756. JU 5-4904. Of 4 O'RAVE CEMETERY LOT — At Roielawn. Price <300. CL 4-0419^ I1A INSTRUCTION! QUALIFIED TBACHHR Wfll tfv« private tutoring in Bptnith and high school iuWect*. Call HO B-3932. SOCIETIES and LODGES RAM — Frl July 15. 7-30 p m Murk Mas ter tleizrer DONALD fc. BRADHSH. HP | 10 LOST-^TRAYED—«rOLEN _ ime' T'sart^A^O^RK 'TO-UND^T^rar Xe^a..^^ MIIC ui sum nc.innL.ui I'AKK ownpi m-iv havr- vimr property, to the point of beginning; , ' L. ,,'nal 1-onH M allltntnrl 4»* Will A r'1- r*t- i.i- ' "'K :Xttnundl I 'Miti 711 SllUaiea in VILLAfrh Or oK-l K,i,-uiiann ll'nrifl Uivci TtiATTCi xAntcnvi fr\ti».:r\j ti iciguson. wooa KHI.I h\ Identify Stotr .I'lT F ! praying for divorce: that said suit Is numbered 80 - C - .)">!> In Chancery. | 'and Is still pending. And that JASON!.,, 'MAYHALL. Defendant. Is to he i " served hy puhllcrtfton. | Now therefore, unless you, JASON MAYHALL. said Defendant, flic your Answer to the Complaint or otherwise appear In said suit In the . i said Circuit Court of Madison Coun- i ty, Illinois, held in the Court House i In the City of Edwardsvllle, Illinois. TUATTCI itAntcnu/•Xi.ri-w it rcmusnn. wouu ni\vi itwnii! MAntsON lOl.iNTY. II.1 , OST— Miin'i Klsln wri-,1 -.<..trh I.INOIS. Reward. HO 5-81 1 fl. Said is now cial education Pelan, Bethalto. was Evelyn Rezoning Hearing Scheduled Aug. 2 EDWARDSVILLE — A hearing on rezoning of the northeast corner of Schwarz and West Streets for construction of a service station has been set for 7:30 p.m. August 2, City Attorney Robert Tunnell announced today. The hearing, scheduled for Khe same night as the city Council meeting, will be held in the public library. The petition for rezoning from multiple dwelling to commercial is from the Socony-Mobil Oil Co, Both the City Plan Commission, Edwardsville School District and Everett Kincald and Associates, planning consultants for. the city, are on record as opposing the zoning change. Lowest altitude in the United States is Death Valley in Califor- na, 282 feet below sea level. rimy be entered against you at any time after that date, and a Decree entered In accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. Dated this llth day of July, A. D. I960. EUGENE BERGHOFF, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois WISEMAN & HALLETT. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 115 Market Street, as pan i LOST—Black Labrador retriever. _n<l is In! female. Ch;iin (ollm Hewarrt CL s of th(! present needs The- 4-:ili47. CL 4-.1i:tO term of said lease shall be forty! „-.,-,-•=._.. ., r . D v. . r : lc years with an option to renew for' s M ALt - FHMAl.r- BtAfiLE puppy an additional twenty year*. The I ^" ck b . ro £' n , a "?, wl i,', te , .^ me Lessee shall use the same for swim- Happy East Alton CL 4-l%9 mlng pool and other recreational purposes with appurtenant facilities Alton, Illinois. July 14. 21, 28 STATE OF ILLINOIS ) )SB. COUNTY OF MADISON ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT MARY QUERTERMOUS, Plaintiff ) Vr ) SHIRLEY QUERTERMOUS, > Defendant ) DIVORCE CHANCERY NO. 80-C-337 To: SHIRLEY QUERTERMOUS The requisite affidavit having been filed. Notice is hereby given you, SHIRLEY QUERTERMOUS, Defendant In the above entitled cause, that the above suit has been commenced In the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, by the said and conveniences and subject to other terms and conditions of Ordinance No. .120 passed and approved June 2!*th. tnfif) : « The Lessee shall be a Not-For- Profit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Illinois for the purpose of maintaining and op- j eratlng recreation facilities Bids- will be opened arid considered at the regular meeting of the President and board of Trustees of the VILLAGE OF BETHALTO to be held August 1. I960 at the hour of 7:00 p.m. In the Village Hall. Bethalto, Illinois. i Dated June 25th I960. (SEAL) WM. DOERR, Village Clerk. June 30. July 7. 14 nty, R Plaintiff, MARY QUERTERMOUS. against you, praying for divorce; that said suit 1* numbered 60-C-337 In Chancery, and Is still pending. And that SHIRLEY QUERTER MOUS, Defendant Is to be served by publication. Now, therefore, unless you. SHIR' LEY QUERTERMOUS. said Defendant, file your Answer to the Complaint or otherwise appear In said suit in the said Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, beld In the Court House In the City of Edwardsville, Illinois, on or before August 9, 1960, default may be entered against you at any time" after that date, and a Decree entered in accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. » Dated this 28th day of June. A. D. 1960. EUGENE BERGHOFF, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois WISEMAN * HALLETT. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 115 Market Street. Alton, Illinois. June 30. July 7.14 FISH FRY FRIDAY, JULY 15 4-9 P.M. Given by Cub Pack No. 24 Dad's Club Park, South Roxana Fish Sandwlchc* 30c, Hot Dogt 20e Coffet and Soda, Too Iring the whole family our to Hit Annual Festival OUR LAPY QUIINOF ' PEACE CHURCH Btthalto, Illinois JULY 15-16-17 FISH DINNER All you can cat II00 Serving vturte fi pan. CHICKEN £ HAM PLATES. Serving 1 1 SO •tart* at IS noon.... I Cl IU CMCKEX * HAM 9V Hi DINNERS, fervlug f|00 I •Uirte at li noon Free Wre«tllng *ll > evenlng^-TV Arthte. Plenty of Game Open Daily 6:30, Start 7 p.m. Adults' 50c Kiddles 2Sc Family Price* Tonight All Seats 25e Shown at 7:23 P.M. In Glorious Color. "HEIDI AND PETER" Shown at B:08 P.M. DONALD O'CONNOR In "FRANCIS JOINS THE WAGS" PLUS SERIAL FRI., THROUGH MON. YULE BRYNNER GINA LOLLOBRIOIDA Techniraina Color "SOLOMON AND SHEBA" Fri., Sat., Mon. 8:32 P.M. Sun, 1:00 4:40 8:30 PLUS SECOND HIT "ARSON FOR HIRE" Frl., Sat., Won., 7:18 P.M. Sun., 3:30 7:10 P.M. Phone CL 4-7887 U'wk Days OontliiuoiiK from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. \c Parking Problem* at Koxuna FRI.-SAT..SUN..MON. "THE FUGITIVE KIND" Marlon Brando, Anna Mttffnanf, Jottnnp Woodward Friday, Saturday, Mon., 8:50 Sunday 1:10 A:08 8:57 "THE LAST VOYAGE" Color Robert Stack Dorothy Malone Friday, Saturday, Mon., 7:14 Sunday 8:18 7:07 Selected Shorts GRAND MATINEES NOW SHOWING NOW HIM THRILLS Of MAM rnirs [MOST FAMOUS STORTI JMAR1C TWAINS TheAUVENTDRBS of HUCKLEBERRY MICKEY SHAUGrWESSr-JUWCWWVI AWYDEVKC-BUSIER KKTQN ARCHIE MOORE-EDDIE HODGES EXTRAI Color Kartoon Feature: 1:10 3:15 5:15 7:10 9:1* BEL*AIR Open 7:00 — Start Dusk Tonite! 2 Big Hits! Explosive War-Time Feature! •If JAMB STBAART Your Favorite Family Drlve«ln STARLIGHT StOUTf 14* COUMf AVI,. AltON, UJNOM Box Office Open* at 7:00 >-•••»•• «•• HII MM* pi/ mwHnsyw WW mm-m^m &J«L^ NOW "JSlf* POPULAR PRICES **°oSy- T> a.Jf.i'a;.""'CHiLDHfM *OMITTEO FREE LATE OWL SHOW FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ui Plut CARTOONS — CHILDREN ADMITTED FRIEi tire Truck, Live Ponies. Merry-Oo-BounU, Auto and Truui Hide*, Swuigi and Slid«<k. • IN OUR FRIE FUY6ROUNDI RINCESS HELD OVER! OPEN TONITE 6tOO STARTS tttt INYAWUEOAMESFMNW . AN AlUsV AKTtfli MOUM At 0:80 »:W PLUS At 8:00 OODRIVE Thru TIT. OPEN 6:30 HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN'S SNOW MR W* ttffl At 7:00 0:85 PLUS: ACTION HIT RANDOLPH SCOTT At 8180

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