Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 20, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 20, 1960
Page 10
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WBDfflBSDAY, JULY 20, 1980 ALTON EVENING TELBURAPH Placing Steeple on Tower of First Baptist Church '*%& J * \ 4k< - * -f W "1* ^-tM^: *E <v>>#.C ^ f> >, X ^ OFF THE GROUND This photo shows lifted the steeple off how huge boom the ground and Ktart* raising it to the 100-foot height necessary for placement on the tower. UP IN THE AIR The steeple is being lowered slowly onto the steel upright supports atop the tower. Workmen wait to apply bolts to fasten the steeple. THUR. FRI. SAT.-4 Weekly Special RM, 29-39 ii. OVKN-FRESH CMKI& This Safe Only Bought frosh in hug« quontititf •specially for thli 3-day So ftcih. thiy.meJt in your mouth! kindi M . tbt f»vori» fltvor i of children 8jod adulu! Pill you cookie-iar foi ratal or wacktinw. emu- txcellttit io Duality -low 10 pries - u ttviafi oowl MtaftTfelNl Slut* It Btwatowa AJrw bi Pri«i Till * PJMi At Kn->t)i/'--. We*i -> Bui, i; Your Here the steeple has been placed on the she upright aupports, and men END OF JOURNEY start to tighten it into place. Richard and Mrs. Roy Whited. Attending from the Bethel Baptist Church were Mrs. Herschel Fritz and Winona, Ruth Ann Medora Area People At B.Y.F. Rally MEDORA - TheBYF of West Schaaf, Barbara Plato, Patty and Linda Johnson, Woody Goforth, Gary Short and David Bowker. Double Birthday Dinner MEDORA — Mrs. Dale Smith entertained Sunday with a double birthday dinner honoring her husband and his mother, Mrs, Don Smith. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Sloake Blackorberry and Steve, Central Baptist Association had . rally and potluck supper at Nichols Park at Jacksonville Monday evening. After the meet- big swimming was enjoyed. Those from Kemper attending were: Tommy Smith, Shirley Varblc, Clifford Ruyle, Brenda and Billy Burton, Ramona and Larry Pruitt, Kathryn and Linda Overby, Phyllis Whited, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ruyle Jr., leaders, and their sons, Sonny and HUSBAND LONG GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN Reporting the disappearance of her husband to police in Pistoria, Italy, a woman explained that the last time she had seen him was 42 years ago. "I want him back," she said, "because I've run out of money." Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Hospital Notes ALTON MfMOftlAL Mrs. EtouisfG™y,«l Ferguson wrUicAt, Robert Mittler. 1142 Ninth. Mrs. Jewell Boomershine, 2801 North. Mrs. Evelyn Hatfield, 910 State. Mrs. Dorcas Modes. 1602 Htnry. John Wieland. JerWyvllte. Thabus Harvey. East Alton. Fred Hampton, Flat River. Mo. Rebecca Slater, 212 Tenth. Mrs. Jenevle McCleery, East Alton. . SimolCAL Robert Denby. 307 Bluff. Gregory Dana, Bunker Hill. Roger McCall, East Alton. Brian Phelps, 3510 Hoover. Mrs. Agnes Welkington, East Alton. . ' Miss Helen Chrlstoe. 1218 Washington. Zahn Christopher. 3207 College. Mrs. Mary Anderson, Wood River. Mrs. Nellie Sandefur, 3411 Bad' ley. Mrs. Carol Shlve, Wood River. DtftMISBALft Mrs. Janet Lamar, East Alton. Mrs. Ada McCormick, 302 Dooley. John Haynes, 438 Deneen. Lloyd Duncan. 223 Hamilton. Mrs. Juanita Tonkinson, Wood River. Ervin Hampton, 126 Green. Mrs. Dorothy Huntsman, Cottage Hills. Clarence Young, Bunker Hill. George Harrell. Wood River. Mrs. Lola Haynes, 438 Deneen. Leonard Armstrong, 340 Me- Glnnls. Severely Cooper, 3817 Oscar. Mrs. Minnie Hayes, 1103 Rlxon. Michael Vandlver, 2709 Residence. Edward Dunn. 2510 Alfaretta. Tommy Blair, Godfrey. IJndell Hughes, Bethalto. Susan DlaH Wood River. W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Robert Bugg, 808 Ferguson. Charles Gaertner, 250 Herbert, Alton. Earl W. Twente, South Roxana. Wilbur Thompson, 493 Plainview, East Alton. SURGICAL Miss Mary Rushton, S. Roxana. Mrs. June Webber, 235 Pence, East Alton. Mrs. Alice Brewer, Hartford. Fred Htcherson, Roxana. Ronald Rodgers, 128 Bond, East Alton. Diane C. Rets, South Roxana. Miss Patrillla Fay Farrand, 479 State Aft) Rd. Mrs. Owyneth Yates, 533 Main, East Alton. Mrs. Leatha Stewart, Cottage Mills. ___ ST, ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Charles Wilson, 614 Shephart. Mrs. Jessie Rexhausen, 2415 Virden. DISMISSALS Mrs. Mildred Sllveus, 481 Sullivan, Rosewood Heights. Mrs. Sarah Davey, 19lf Liberty Clarence Sehaefer, 921 Wash- Ington. JttSlY COMMUNITY MCtltOAL Elizabeth Cummlngs, Kane. Mrs. Charles Petrey, Jerseyville Mrs. William Smith, Jerseyville. Floyd Mall,,.Jerseyvijle. Miss VarnUm Kulp, Brussels. James Laird, Kampsvtlle. DtSMtMALS James Laird, Kanipsvtlle. David Cunningham, Jerseyville Steven Franch. Jerseyville. ST. JOSIPH'S MEDICAL C. Otto Schlieper, Hartford. . Kd Collman, Bethalto. SURGICAL James Laird, Kampsvllle. ROM GnWHWBH Vlrs. SyMo tefljt IrBlrafR Graft), Swtt... .-— to*. Ritt vow/Ha m**/t. rim AftoCrMlfl, 315 \MXttfQt East Alton. _ Mrs. Patricia Stewaft, fit. 1, EdwardsciDe. _ Sem 3. Dtosey, SJr Wood Rfvtt. - WMWiSAtr SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE! NITROSOL OUTSIDE WHITE PAINT Best Quality Lead-Oil-Titanium .,'4.50 Limited Stock I Cope Plastics Rt. IM. %-Mlle Wcit of North Alton. Phone HO 2-SKI Mrs. Migc DeSht Cleodus DeBruce, Jamw Prank*, Mrs. Roberta " Salte. ^. Mrs. Sally Moefwt,.® i Mrs. Lottw Meant, 11121 John Henderson, Raft Eliza Jones, Ml Ha«. James Kronahle. Betha Mrs. Matfle MflMfjlft 1 Mrs. Ellen Prtet, sK/i ...»».~^ Miss Bet^ Peyton, Perttgt des Stoux. Mo. Larry Smith, 720 Spring. Leo and CaroTSchmltkw, St Petersburg* Fla. „ • Mrs. Bertha Vwtall. 3068 Alby, Patricia Stewilt, 13 SulHvuin. Mrs. Norma Elliott, 3612 Thomas. William Glnos, Mlllsboro. Pushing somebody from one city to another In a perambulator has. become a favorite way to earn money, In Europe, for the World Refugee Year Fund. The perambulator pushers collect funds as they go, Dublin reports. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Service 9A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Dolly 9 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. \ Sundays and 4 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. / Holidays FREE DELIVERY! Mrs. Emma Lanham, Jersey- vine, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith and family. SAVE YOUR FALsAHH 'r RECEIPTS $100 are Worth $3.00 Cash * $50 art Worth $1.25 Cash * Better Than Stamps 49c Value Boys' A Boot load of Good Eating! | BRIEFS COMBED YARN NYLON REINFORCED J You Keep th* Boat • Trlpl* Sup*r>Sco*|i • Whol* lanonsi • Ch«c«l«t« • 2 Kinds 9t fruit Topping t Whipped Topping • Chopped Nuts SUPfK SPfClAiS 3 PAYS ONLY WHITf CUFS WHITf IOWLS Time to replace your old cup* with tturdy pottery cup* ~ Fancy, Plain Style*. 494" White Kitchen and Utility BowU. Vuluei to 18c eaob. Special M Sale Price for 3 DAYS ONLY HOUSE PLANTS SunuMf Orttn Plait Sptttol 3 f tr I Golden potboj In SH U piattle pot -. i vln»r-per pot. Vellow tail green vtriagated K U 1 •> < > i < O M p A N Y WHY THIRO ST. W DOWNTOWN ALTON 3 for Just AT lived I Girls' Nationally Advertised $2.98 to $5.98 FRUIT OF THE LOOM Sim: I to 14 and CNubbta Girls'Dresses DISCOUNT PRICE $1.50 to $1.08 Values FANCY PRINT • CHECKS • PLAIDS CORDUROY FABRICS Sew and. Save! The> Discount Way SMART MOTHERS SHOP FASHION LANE FIRST! MEN'S and BOYS' BELTS VoJut* ft SI.ft NEW SELECTION NEW FALL STOCK JUST ARRIVID All Ltarttr S3.9I to $4.98 Valutt SHOES 2 Fr. Self Service. No High- Prewure Salewnen SEW •m SAVE! 4fc PRINT FUNNEL 4 Y*. IEMDFUL BUKKD SCKOOLCLOTIEtltMIGtMNKti •wrantttd f Sc Velvt Wtll Known Famous Sraid \ MIEN'S T-SHIRTS With OJgttreUe Pocket All Dark Colon Blaok, Marowi, Green Navy, Charcoal 57' DRASTIC PBIOE OUTS ON ALL SUMMEK MEROHANOISE ....'1.00 80° '1.00 '1.00 0 13.08 and $1.08 MEN'S SWIM surra 0 81.98 and $1.00 BOY'S SWIM SUITS , 0 81.98 BOY'S WALKING SHOUTS . 0 81.N and 8U7 BJLOUSI5S .. ALL UOIII' PRISSIS RIOUCID FOt PAST CUAIANCIM iteg. 88.M If Perfect fruit of the Beautiful Cotton QUILTS '3.90 $•// Service — Suptr Diicoun/ — We Ht/und and Exchangel Branded Merchandise at Bargain Prices! FASHION LANE WASHINGTON AND COLLEGE AVENUES UllklllK • OlllNili • Nil ALTON BwHir 0 NIUikN* •

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