Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 20, 1960 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 20, 1960
Page 18
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Greene County Man Sentenced To Six Montlis CARROLLTON - rranwm D. Oax, 24, of White Mall and Ivan Long of Hillview were charged with wife and child abandonment and were arraigned last week before Counfy Julge Jack Alfeld. Cox pleaded guilty and was sentenced to six months in the State Farm at Vafidalla Mid sentence to be served concurrently with, a sentence of six months at the State Farm at VandaJla which was also placed against him last week when he, pleaded guilty to a charge of malicious destruction of property. On the last charge he was also ordered to make restitution of the damages to the house of Pearl Hutton. Long pleaded guilty and it was decreed by the court that he pay $14 weekly for the support of minor children. Admtetetntm Appointed CARROLLTON - Charles D. Gilbert was appointed administrator of the Arthur Gilbert estate in probate court by Judge Jack Alfeld last week. The bond of the administrator was fixed at $500. In the Nora G. Woolridgc estate the bond of the administrator,! George L. Nash, was fixed in the sum of $500 CARNIVAL Bjr Dtek Turner Carroll ton Woman in Springfield Accident CARROLLTON - Mrs. Don- aid Hillmsn of mis city escaped serious injury Saturday in an automobile accident in Spring field where Mrs. Hlllman had gone to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Toscher. She was taken to Springfield Memorial off from work while recovering from the effects of the accident.' Mrs. Hlllman'8 sister, Mrs. | Charles Hartman. had acconv! Hospital for treatment of a knee [panted her to Springfield but she injury. Mrs. Hlllman is employ-;was alone at the time of the aced In the law office of W. G.icident. Vogt and is taking a few days' READ 'It could have been worse, Dad. Mr. Hlggins could have been the type of man who wouldn't return my ball!" Carrollton Kansas City and is a former Carrollton resident. honored at Shower CARROLLTON—Mrs. D. Reieh- !mann, who was until her recent ». *;,","", , - .. marriage, Miss Judith Richter, | with Mattir Retherford is adminis-i L j ... _ .,.„..,„„ Mn ^ u ,, Greaves, is spending the summer Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Miss Carolyn Reynolds who makes her home her aunt, Miss Myrlle trator of the estate of Edward A. Rjchard, giving bond in the sumj of $5000. honored at a shower Monday evening at the , American Legion in St. Louis with her mother, Mrs. ha)1 by I Reichman of Eldred. jerrylLela Bogner. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Staley Louis their guests for a few Gertrude Ryan is administrator" A(tpndi from carrollton were i and children left Wednesday for of the estate of George E. Ryan, Mn . Njna Wo(jd Mrg ^^fa l Brookville, O., where they will giving bond of $500. iB.-rhtoldt, Mrs. Charles Maston. (vteli Mrs. Staley's parents, Mr. To Attend Conference , Mrs gather Reif Mrs. Richard I a °d Mrs. Henry Drexler. En route CARROLLTON - Mrs. Thelmai' It/lj( ', hm , inn and daughter. Miss'i they will visit Staley's parents, G. Wilkinson, county superintend- \ Djanp j ourne y and Miss Jeannr'M'' and Mrs. George Staley in enl of schools, and Howard M- ; Ann Sheets. Carmi. Berline, assistant superintendent,, ' Birthday Partv Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hill spent will attend the annual conference; rARRO iiTON _ Mrs Henry Monday evenin 8 ' m St - Louis vi& ~ held by the office of Public In-1 stp , nach who celebrated ^jlting relatives^ and were accom- •tnirtion and County Superintend-: birthda ^londay, was honored! P anled home ., by •heir^ruece^MiM ents, beginning Wednesday, Julyj at a surprise picnic supper at jMary Ann 27-29 at Springfield. j^ d|y park by memb ers ofi*"° wU ** During the absence of Mrs. Wil- |)er famj , y In lne g^p werc jdays. kinson and her assistant, the of- jH steinacher, Mr. and Mrs.j Mrs - Everett .„ . . fice of the county superintendent | ^^^^ Kirbach and family' Jack Inman NVlU entertmn me in the courthouse will be dosed j Mr ^j Mrs ch ar |es Lake and'i members of lheir bridge dub at from noon July 27 through Friday, i family Mr a nd Mrs. Joe Stein- lne Mehl cabin near Kampsv 1 " 6 July 29. arher and family, Mr. and Mrs. i Thursday evening. j Parents of Son ,.Jerome Steinacher and family, 1 Joh " Sethaler is a P atient at ! CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs., Mr ^j Mr8 John steinacher j lhe John Cochran Veteran Hos-| Ronald Grempler of St. Louis !and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs.iP' tal at st - LMU ^ S wnere ne ^'M are parents of a son born Mon- Robert Steinacher and family o f! under S° "^J 01 " surgery Thursday.; day in the Jewish Hospital in St..this city and Mr. and Mrs. Hen-' Mrs. A. A. Schmitz and daugh- Louis. Mrs. Grempler is the for-n-y carl Steinacher and family ter ' Mrs - Allen Fie]d anA cnildren mer Shirley Reynolds and is the| 0 f Kane. ! le{t Tuesday for Wheaton to spend daughter of Mrs. Lela Bogner of! —— i a few days with Mrs. Schmitz' St Louis and C. L. Reynolds of! Nice is a winter resort and j son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and — j seaport in southeast France. Its j Mrs. Joe Mirabelli. 'population is 160,000. j G ene Wade and Mr. and Mrs. [Gene Willis and family are vaca- 'tioning this week at the F. L. Imus home at Eureka Springs, Ark. Mrs. Louis Bishop and her sister. Mrs. Louise Barton of Chi- Roaches! ot dl Thrifty Drag Stem SHOB BITES for quick r«li«f horn HeMng, WMCOOl, cago, spent the weekend in Alton with Mrs. ishop's children, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Green and Mr. I and Mrs. Richard Bishop. Big, Family-Size 4-gallon Cooler Keeps Food, Beverages, Hot or Cold for Hours SALE PRICE while they last • Veiroiculitejhotorcold i insulation t Exclusive rigid cover — • Easy-grip, golden handle t Steel reinforced for rugged handling PICNICS • PARTIES • AUTO TRIPS • BOATING B.EGoodrlch 440 E. BROADWAY HO 5-7754 Patftrta of CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Ken Karr of Billings, Mont, are the parents of their second child and second daughter bom June 25 in a hospital there, according to word received by Mrs. Robert Schacher. Mr. and Mrs. Karr «« both tot- mer CarroWton residents, Katt having been a coach hi the Ctt- rollton Community Unit High School and Mrs. Karr an Jlrf teacher, also in the local Mgh school. Karr is now a coach at the State University in Billings. to fftftHe tart shells, fit ovw Uw Sacks d 3-ifKfi muffin pans stiA frtnch into pleats. Prick the dNxigh and bake to a y hot oven for 8 or 10 rnifl- utes. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK** COFFEE MUGS 4-99 Utility Comfort CUSHION IAMAINAT Fibre foam pad tor ear, home, office, picnics, fishing and sporting eventt. USE YOUR CREDIT terms to suit you— BARGAINS in every department B.F.Goodrich Jutt like Dad'it TOY FOWBM MOWBM • Exact cepy • Rotary blod* PlaHk motor mount o RM( mowlflf •own* ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT Store-Wide Sile! WIOTO-I 24" Cutting Sta» USUALLY SELLS FOR 64.95 • a-hpCHntonengtn* • J-HK •" ,, .,^^« r Wnn I with • Adi height PRICED FOR THIS SALE KELVINATOR [REFRIGERATOR 189$ A " the ., - Trade Necessary y°" wonfi "i«honlcol I •Ml width f,.«. r •f-Wor wor,, _ unit Only D ««" $1.25 Week M » console. Walnut JOS? DOWN 2jp «*»&» i .^iiiM !7Cu.Ft. WHITE KING FREEZER Usually Sells for 299.95 NOW < DURING . 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