Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 18, 1960
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH South Roxana Dad To Mrrt Tonight Sharon Johnson Queen Of Cottage Hill* Picnic COTTAGF IIII.15 - Slvnoiv thp annual VF\V Homoemnin: at Memorial 1'ark UrouiuK Shnron is the d.uitihiei of Mi nnr! Mr- Liinj Hait;i;e,^ She SOITH ROXANA — The Pad*' rccc'ixrd a \\iist \\atch frorn tlir;c] u h u-j]| nieet nt 7:3(1 p.m. to- VF"W Post and flowers from the H ; I\ j n n ir rlnbhotisp in the park auxiliary. She will ivigii tor one!),, ,omplete nlatis for the homp- ypar. j coming. .Inly 29. 30 and 31. Runnemp in the contest were- j «irnnH(laiiehter Visiting Sandra Hamlrt. \\h,i \v,-i- .-eort- ; SOUTH ROXANA —Patricia ed by Gary ("rider. Uns Knight. Anne Hill, granddaughter of Mr.: who \\a« escorted Ivy I'lek liar- ; IM ,| Mrs. Ro\ Hill of Poap avo- n c ; Linda William', was fomth nu ,. j s visiting her grandparents I runner-up. Wilson Max-berry and hn nunt and uncle. Mr. and; was homecoming clianman and Mrs Thomas \\' Johnson and) was assisted by Larry liar- f;,mil\ of Main slreet. She will re- graves Unii in San Francisco Aug. 3. Dotrn* Plrnlr Miss Hill has been entertain-1 COTTAGK H1LI.S --Memhers ed nt various activities the past; Of thp Dorcas Society of the Con- week. She was an ovcrniuhl guest cordia Lutheran ("lunch attended Frida.v ol Miss Mary .loan Smith. a picnic recently at the Rock daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Springs Park in Altom. The pie- Smith She also accompanied nic was followed b\ a short bus- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson iness mectinu. Dessert was pro- and children Tomm\e Lee and pared by Mrs Roland Klopmeier Michael to Scott Field Friday to Home Bureau tJnlt Of Fidelity Meet FIDELITY — Fidelity Home Bureau unit met Thursday nf- tprnoon at the Farm Bureau basement at Jerseyvllle. Members of the Busy Bee 4-H Club and their mothers were guests. The major lesson. "Color for [the Individual," was Riven by Mrs. Eldon Karl Moore, assist- e dby the home adviser. Mrs. Paul Gorham gave the 4-H report. Members of the Busy Bee 14-H Club presented th« stunt that Ithey gave at the "Share me | Fun" event. The girls also modeled the dresses that they had made. The unit will have a family picnic AUR. 11 at Farm bureau basement. OLf) FLAGS GO UP IN SMOKE anrt Mrs. Samuel Hunter Devotions were led by 'visit li lends. She and Tommyp Mi-sLcc Johnson wore guests of Miss Mary Jean Smith on thp Admir- ; <l and Simduy a cook-out was Charles Brazior, Post 113 American Legion, Granite City, lights some of the 350 old flags which were burned as part of the ceremony Saturday afternoon at the American Legion Home. K u,\sts \verp Mr. and Mrs. John»> i1 [; > mi » »»<i Mr. and Mrs. Kmpp of Scot, Field. when you slipping dropping or wohblliiK you eat, ui».j?l.,!£. l l ti; !^ Hi'. 1 :!: »*"> —•••<• - - - Tprlnfele a tittle FA6TEETH on your plate*. ThU pleasant powder Rives a remarkable sense ol ndcled comfort and eecurtty by holding plates more flnnl». No gummy, gooey, pasty tn»te or feeling. It's alkaline i non-acid). Qet PA8TKBTH at any drug counter :!: ! Phone calls in Switzerland are on a nationwide dial. Charles Young and thp topic discussion titled "Patriotism" was led by Mrs. Sam Ge.rke. Light Breeze, 62 Entries For Coast Guard Regatta By HAKOLD BRAND TflfKrnph Outdoor Editor Breezes of from one to five If you want luxurious tasting potatoes mash them with cream and grated c h e d d a r cheese. Turn Into a shallow casserole, dot with butter and place under until tinged with Mr«. Jayceen to Meet at East Alton WOOD RIVER — Mrs. James Peat, president, and her staff of officers will assume duties at MONDAY, JULY 38. 1900 Ronald Burns are In Charge of mpptlm amusements. Reports on the recent National Convention will be heard. will be held ot» a change of meeting places for the club. the ft p.m. Wednesday meeting] Joan Cm a blmd of the Township Mrs. .layceesja Brallle-eeniipped telephone miles hour Saturday and AUTO GL INSTALLED WH1LE-U-WA1T if APPROVED BY INSURANCE COMPANIES * • ROAD SERVICE • PICK UP & DELIVERY FOR QUOTATIONS AND SERVICE INFORMATION CALL THE ALLIED GLASS COMPANY 2641 E. BROADWAY ALTON, ILLINOIS HOward 5-2487 I It VI , I •Sunday failed to discourage t n e i c j ( , r | 1 j|| W entries in the sixth annual Coast Guard Auxiliary Sailing Regatta on Alton I,akc at the Sea Scout Base, Machens, Mo. The first race on Saturday afternoon was called after all Init eight of the sallhoats drtft- ?d some distance downstream from the base at the beginning of the race. The eight were the only craft to cross the starting ine. Winners were determined jpon points gained in the two Sunday events. follows: K scow: Glenn Motten: Jack Brereton and Walter Morgan tied: Frank Kodelya. Thistles: Jim Phelps and Bill Walters tied; U. Neilson and Bob Untied. Highlanders: J. PJugene Baker. Dr. Carl Stro-: bach. John J. Dann. Lightning:! August Paoli. H. W. Palm.! James A. Mitchell. X class :J Bob Moss; Dave Shear-lock.! Moury Eggers. ; C scow: Edward Shaw. R. J.j Juergens, Martin Dutcher. Co-! met: Mrs. Maxine Taylor, Har- 1 old Norris, Norman Stoecker. Y flyer: Richard L. Raisler and Norman L. Kalaskie tied; Dr. W. Shaul. Small miscellaneous: Jack L. Feldwisch. F.. C. Silk. at the East Alton Savings and ! switchboard in Ef Paso, Tex.. Loan Building. iwith the aid of Jenny, her «ee- Mrs. Robert Greene and Mrs; 1 ing eye dog. New! 1NO Kelvlnalor "Style Mark" NOT A NOT A BUT A 1012- Your glasses are the most noticeable and important accessory you wear. Be sure they are right for every occasion by selecting a wardrobe of glasses from Ostertag's vast, up-to-the-minute collection. Let our Fashion Stylist, Kay Parker, show you the latest fashions in frames . . . new eye make-up techniques! Call for an appointment. "Despite the postponement of| wi] , c B(?(:h ^ mjsf , el . (lie regatta from its ' GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE WE WILL CHECK YOUR MIRROR AND FURNITURE TOP REQUIREMENTS IN YOUR HOME ALL WORK GUARANTEED. original date in early June, we had a record turnout of boats even exceeding the previous largest number of participants set last fall," related Joseph H. Downing, race chairman for Flotilla 10, sponsor of the regatta. Ha/.y skies and warm weather made an ideal day for the event at tended by about 300 or more spectators. 'Three sailing organizations shared honors in the 10 various classes run together. The Valley Sailing Assn., the St. Louis Sailing Assn. of Harbor Point, and the Sea Scout Base skippers ran very close competition, and many ties resulted. Trophie were awarded by Downing and other Flotilla 10 officials, Cmdr Charles Robinson, and Ned Rosenbloom, training officer The winners named in order from first to third place are as Don Roper, Richard j lOON.Eudld 632 N. Grind 918 S. Brentwood 2428 Woodson Rd. 3718 WuhingtOB fiSOOChippem 325 N. Kirkwood 606 E. Broadway. Alto*, HL Net a Stripped Promotional Model, but DE LUXE from Top to Bottom. Trade*O-Rama Price. TRADE-O.RAMA PRICE $ 269 95 1 Others from *l 79.1)5 *Plin eld tlcetrle refrigerator, 5 years eld or less in working condition. (For older refrigerators—regardless of age, brand or model, we will actually allow double Hie blue book value) NO DOWN PAYMENT! Monthly terms to suir your convenience. Open Monday and Friday Nires Till 9 P.M. 313 BELLE ST. ... _. . Across from 1st National Bank Sidewalk Teller 3. LaVern Allen Norton & Allen. Inc. Newell H. Alien Allen & Nlmmoni, Inc. Paul Davlson Ralnford Agency. Inc. Geo. J. Thomas Agency Associate Fred W. Delano Delano Insurance Agency Jay R. Delano Delano Insurance Agency J. M. Delaney Sleek-Stewart & Co. Roy Celtz Geltz Insurance Agency Dudley F. Glbertoa The Glberson Insurance Agency MAKE IT A FAMILY NIGHT! A. Ir P. Food Stores 411 Fiasa Bitdtrman Furniture 203-204 Piasa Carson Jewelry Zlfl \V. 3rd Franklin Union Furniture SOO E. Broadway Garrett Furniture 16 W. Broadway FREE PARKING METERS f '* Gately't 108 \V. 3rd W. T. Grant Co. 206 W. 3rd J. 4 R. Auto Stores Spiegel Catalog Uenk 400 Ueile L ft I Furniture 4tb aiid I'iata St. EXTRA SHOPPING 5 to 9 GOLDEN HOURS Myers Bros. 3rd and Pbuw Paul's Fabrics •iOtt State St. Sehoeffer's 108 W. 3rd Schiff Shoe Store 823 Belle Sears Roebuck Co. 806-28 Plata Slack Furniture 203 W. 3rd (Thrifty Drug 310 Belle [Thrift Hardware 600 Belle Vlck's Sheet 114 W. 3rd Vogue 100 W. 3lH Young's Dry Goods 104-106 W. 3rd Robert £. Glazebrook John A. Grosshelm' Glazebrook Agency *-«!M< Grosshelm Insurance Agency, Inc. Harry Ingram Rainford Agency, Inc. Geo J. Thomas Agency Associate Herchal Jones Ernst & Jones Agency r,? '»*.'»', AVOID RUSH and TENSION! Tom Jones Ernst & Jones Agency Jesse A. Lewis Clover Leaf Ayency Ralph W. Luken Luken Agency, Inc James J. Maloney Noll Insurance Agency MEMBERS OF THE ALTON ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS, Inc. YOU CANT BARGAIN WITH DISASTER! Did you ever stop to think, there's often « good reason why one product costs a little more than another? Take your property or liability insurance, for example. Suppose your policy it suddenly put to the test by a serious loss. A ruined house. An automobile accident involving serious injuries. A home broken into and robbed. It's too late then to find out you're not covered—or not adequately covered. That is where your Independent insurance agent comes in. His job ii to see that .you are protected with the broadeit poiilble coverage at the loweit possible cost. He likes bargains, too—but only if they are in your best interest. Because he represents not one, but jeveral companies, he can choose the policy that best meets your needs. And when serious trouble comes, he is there to protect your interests to the fullest. Look for Mil* *eal fcw fere yev buy Insurance. Only on Independent in. surance aa.tnt con dii- ploy If. Edmund C. Norton Norton & Allen. Inc. George J. Thonuu Insurance Counselor K. E. (Dlno) Part Urosihelm Ins. Agency Leo R. robiman Pohlman Insurance Agency Curl E. 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