Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1960 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 15, 1960
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FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Shipman Homecoming Set For Aug. 30-31, Sept. I SHIPMAN — The annual Ship-, the annex of the Piasa Methodist man Homecoming picnic dates Church. The shower will be a will be Aug. 30. 31 and Sept. 1. miscellaneous shower and the The affair is sponsored by the i entire community Is invited. Kitchen Matter Band. i to „„,„ p, t>n|p The Jack Llndle Shows will be „„.„.,.., ~ the concessions on the grounds, *"? * T nf fTI for the three daya, in addition to i Bull ) hd , ay , 11Club *'" Ien1tert " ln the concessions operated by or.: thelr famllies wlth a picnlc dl "- ganizatlons In Shlpman. | ner °" S " nday ' D ' nn «; r ^ te Any giH of high school age taj* rvrt a n °°" Ht thp Shipma the area who wishes to be a! Co l nmumt . y Park .candidate for Homecoming Queen dub hav no i* urged to contact Mrs. W. o.! mectin * ln July ofhei than Kahl. Mrs. Ralph Welsh, Mrs.j plcnlc ' Lester Alward or Mrs. Marshall! Shlpman Notes Halliday, as soon as possible. SHIPMAN - Mrs. Melvin; There will be a home talent Stone, Mr*. Elmer Breitwiser show each evening and any one and Mar y E1 ' en were in Spring- wishing to participate may notl- fleld on Tuesday and brought fy any of the above Kitchen > Mrs - Qiarles Simpson to the Band members. I Stone home for a visit. Hostesses at Work Shop Mr and Mrs f ' red Bui ' tlh of SHIPMAN - The local Wo-'^T'l. 8 ? ., th ^, P .^!" t ,?.. ° f ... a man's Society of Christian Service will be hostesses at a District Officers Work Shop on July 21. Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m. Those attending are asked to bring a sack lunch. The drink will be furnished by the local society. Mrs. Elmer Breifwiser is the president of the local organization. To Give Shower SHIPMAN - People of the Piasa community will give a shower complimentary to Mrs.i.should be held for no longer Robert Cairns on Wednesday at than 9 to 12 months. nson born at the Carlinville area : hospital on Tuesday. Their other! children are Freddie. 3. and Karen. 2. The children are visiting at the Don Burch home for several days. R. K. Cummings has gone to Chicago to visit with members: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Blotna and family are visiting with her brother, Martin Hill and family at Denver, Colo. Church Picnic Is Scheduled i At Greenfield CJREKNFIELD -- Arrangements hHve been made for u MethfKlist Church pirnic. as a welcome for the pastor, the Rev. Robert Ha wood and Mrs. Hftrwood. next Wednesday evening in the south city park. The Rev. Harwotid will con- du(rt regular services at Clrem- field and Ro«;kbrid«c Methodist Churches Sunday morning and at Rubicon Methodist Church, at 8 p.m. The Rev. and Mrs. William! G. Webber have returned fol-i lowing a week's vacation and! the Rev. Webber will be in! charge of services at First Bap-! tist Church morning and eve- 1 ning Sunday. The Rev. anri Mrs. Webber will t«kr> (he ri-- ; mainder of their vacation in< August. . The Rev. S. W. Thornton family has returned from a vacation trip to Florida and the Rev. Thornton will conduct services at the Presbyterian Church Sunday. Miss Ruth Mellis of St. Ixiuis. who has served as a missionary in Greece, will speak, during the Sunday school hour. Liquefied nonfat dry milk Duckling stored in a freezer,makes delicious milk shakes when teamed with crushed ber ries or peaches. DAY LILY GARDENS NOW OPEN! Day Lilies ore Hie perfect answer for profusion of blooms during the long, dry months of July and August! Select from our complete stocks. COLORS: Creams • Soft Yellows Orange • Pinks Purples • Indian Reds Blooms 3 in. to 8 in. SPRAY FOR BAG WORMS NOW. Tree Trimming and Spraying SAVE VALUABLE TREES DAMAGED BY THE STORM REASONABLE RATES-Call Us! We will have a complete line of SHADE TREES this Fall. Some varieties available now. Order now to to be assured of the size and type of tree you want this Fall I NEW LINE OF SMALL POTTERY FOR HOUSE PLANTS Large Selection of HOUSE PLANTS 19 49 Open Doily 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. including Sunday Plenty of FREE PARKING NVMERV AN0 6ARMN CfNTER V 2 Mile North of Godfrey on Alt. 67 Phone HO 2-6797 E, A, DOOSON . ., LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT MEMBER: American Landscape Association Illinois Nurserymen's Association 4 Carlinmlle Scouts To Attend Jamboree CARLINV1LLK - Four Carl- operating today and Saturday) Invllle Boy Scouts will board in a promotion project to be' a train at Sprinxfield nl 11 a.m.: known as the Carlinville Slde-i Monday, alon^ with I2U other walk Bazaar. Scouts and leaders and embark Participating merchants will for Colorado Spring* for the move theit ^ourls to the side- fifth National Jamboree to be walk in front of their stores held near that city. where shoppers v ill have the Those makiiiK the trip from opportunity to Inspect the ilemsj Carlinville ai«j John Birk. son offered. of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Birk; To Attend Conference Buddy Shirley, son of Mr. and CARL1NVILLK Four Ma- Mrs. R. H. Shirley; William D.'coupln County 4-H'er* will join Heinz, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.'more than 350 Illinois 4-H H. Heinz, and Bud Phelps, .son Club members nt the -I - H | of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Phelps. State Junior Leadership Con- 1 The Carlinville scouts have Terence July 2H - W. The niecl- been assigned to Troop 59 of 'ing will be held at the 4-H' the Abraham Li^oln Group. .Memorial Camp near Monti- J They have been assigned with cello. five other scouts to the Running Local 4-H'ers who will he at- Bear patrol, and Bud Phelps has tending are Sherry Kaburick. been named as their patrol Carlinville; Martha Konnekei. leader. • • Carlinville; Charles Wills. Carl- The group from the Abraham inville; and Walter Lee Stay- Lincoln Council will also spend ton, Palmyra. a few days at Philmont ranch; in New Mexico before return- 1^1*21 1 |*lOi i fe\Vtl , PRAIRIETOWN - The Liber- '61 Wheat Price Support $1.78 The price of the 19B1 wheat crop will be supported at a minimum national average of S1.7H per bushel, if marketing quotas are in effect, according to Edwin r. Rpthmeier. chairman of •hr Madison County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee. The 1361 minimum rate reflects 75 per cent of the estimated parity price for wheat as of tht? beginning of the next marketing year. July 1. 1961. The Irvel is indicated on the basis of wheat supplies expected to bp available at that time. The minimum support will not be reduced, but may be increased if the wheat parity price and the wheat supply situation as of .Inly 1. 1961. indicate a higher price. Orenfielil Church To Hold Picnic Sunday CKKKNFIKLD The all- church picnic of First Baptist Chuivh has been set for Sunday Live Wires 4-H Club met a t Valentine Park. coJpin County Farmers 'Won ;|}' esda - v "^ at «* home of Supper will be served at 6 Margi and Norma Crabtree. The o'clock and recreation facilities Ing to their homes. To Hold Supper Meeting 'CARLINVILLE The will hold a potluck supper meel- St. [next meeting will be at the home g at 7 p.m. today ., M ., ^^ Djxon Mary's Hall, Carlinville. | Mis8 r^nna Braasch was guest • , Mr. Kamm from the Nation- of hono ,. on her mh bil . thday lal Stock Yards will be the speak- a , a s | unlbe r party at her home |er. Members and their families Wednesday evening. Present were [are invited. L O J S Horstman. Janice Kraner.' j On .liidgiiiK Tteam Janet Meyer. Ruth Franke. Kari CARLINVILLfc; Ira Bates, en Gusewelle, Margie Crabtree. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bales, Linda Bun'te, and Carol Ann Bur-i |Chesterfield, and a member ol gess. the Chesterfield -]-H Club Im.s Members of the U'alther League been placed on the .slate \enet- will sponsor a car wash at the able judging team. llomt ' of Harold Crabtree Bates will attend the Nation- Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 al Vegetable Judging Contest v ' m - „ ! at Colorado Springs, Colo.. Dec. ,. M(rS ' (L ° U ' St ' \\ llharm , ls » """I j^ i dent at Alton Memorial Hospit- : j Hold Sidewalk Bazaar "'^^ Gusewe ,, e js spending ; I CARLINVILLE A number he| . vacaljon ,„ , he o/arks thisi (of local merchants who are - wee |{ i members of the Carlinville A)iss Virginia Bernhardt is vis-: .Chamber of Commerce an- co- i,j n g w j(h Mr. and Mrs. Richard will be available during the aft- ernixjn. The gospel hour service at 8 p.m.. previously announced, will l;e canceled this week. Helmkani|) and family at Springfield. WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-Ofi K. Rrnadwuy INSPECT PIASA SEWERCAVE-1N David F. Fiola, superintendent of caved in. In lower picture, taken from sewers, inspects an artery of sewer on 'the main sewer, arrow that points to Piasa street at the southwest corner of where Fiola is standing in the upper Duncan's Foundry that has recently picture.—Staff Photos. KLDRK1) The Rev. John Finnan has announced Sunday school uill he held at 9:30. morning worship at 10:1^0, and BYF at 6 p.m. al the Eldied Baptist Church. Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Finnan returned from a western tr'p which included the Rocky Mountain National Park and the Col- *rado Springs area. On their return Mrs. Finnan learned of the death of her brother. William T. Jones, ol Pontiac. Mich. The West Central BYF wiil have a picnic and a business se.ssion in the park at Jackson- ille Monday. Airman l.C. and .Mrs. Calvri Pegram and sons, Steven and Timothy, have arrived Irom Presque Isle. Me., and are vis,!- ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Pegram. They will, also visit Mrs. Pegram's parents at Quemo. Kan. Pegram will re- port at fhanuie Air Ha>e RHII- toul, Aut(. 1. Inr three murith- schooling. Pat Carmcidy ui'l ietu;n !•> his home at Kljjin this weekend after several days \ isil with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Byrl McGlasson. Mrs. Daryl Reichman. the former Miss Judy Richter. \\ill he guest ol Iwnor at a miscellaneous showed Monday evening V»t the Legion Hall. Hostess is Mrs. Jerry Richter. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald King ol Cincinnati. Ohio, are visiting Mrs. King's sister. Mrs. Thomas Baker Jr. and his mother. Mrs. Kita Pickles, because they are pie- pared with an acid liquid should not be made in an iron utensil; the iron kettle is likely to darken them. Ladies' Summer Dress i SAVE "Valiant Value Days" 7.89 fo FOR EVERYTHING YOU WANT IN A ROOM AIR CONDITIONER YORK Is Tops! WANT TO COOL NVHAl IOOMS WITH A MNOU UNITf J CMOOff TNf TOwfT MeffopewlHM • OiM'Cydt Step-itorting prevent* tJot* trleal overload* • Ultro-qgiet operoHon a Kg eapadty t Stale air exhou»t o Frtth air intake • Automatic Temptratura Contra* ALUII PHODUCTfl Open Friday aod Monday 'Til 9 P.M. GODFREY, ILL. Pbrai HO I- JUNIORS! 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