Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 20, 1960 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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PACK TWtaSTY.TWO ILTDN EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY », River Ripples ^ mid Outdoor* with Harold Rrnnd Former State ChampIsTalk Of National Kane Girl Leaves to Tour South and Mexico KANE—Miss Judith Cary left Monday for St. Louts to Join 36 teachers and students for a tour sponsored by the NEA in cooperation with Western Illinois j tract has been let for 10.000 gal Oil Contract Let at Shipman SHIPMAN — Mayor .T. J. Laf fey has announced that the con- CHICAGO (API -John Pmvless.i University. ilons of oil for streets. Havefkn titr? V*«IW, a Telegraph f craft, of touching printer and a veteran boatown- places on (he hull flT, ttlls of the work involved injtertof. nament. . i. i TU»,. ..,111 f,.ot,«>i «,,.™ioh At- Co. of "Wood River will spread former basketball star, is be- They will travel through Ar- j" , ut , lt3 „ „, ...Jkansas and Texas and will go the otl ror ™ cents a * ailon g up scarred «»"»*«"• Paul ^" °' f e , m , nto Mexico where they will On Friday at 7:30 p.m. the fire , deck and in- National Clay Courts Trnnis ' 011f - 1 sppnd ten dnys at Mexioo City. > siren will be tested. Tt has been ;They wm re1 ^, rn Aup jg jmoved to a pole near the new • Vienna's Telephone Co. new has 29 special services you can get by dialing, Including the day's funniest joke, a dally cooking recipe, and the correct A for timing your fiddle to proper concert pitch. Finally after four or five eve- . The 6-foot-5-inch Powless, 27. • JR ^ student at j telephone b " lldln S Laffev state * harbor to see what goes on when i weekend. But are you? A good.tion in 1957. has clomped through a boat Isn't in example is my own experience to today's third round on a pair use? I'm sure this past Sunday. 1 had installed of upsets over Australians, that you would a new generator belt, retimed powless. who won the Illinois be quite surpris- thr motor, put in new spark stat p prc p tennis crown in 1951; Bm o|Hnl 01 DUBiing. : .- -- ... «» » rt « Miss i^arv is a smuem «i i BMttng Not All Fnn inings of puttering you are rea- one of the cogs in Murray stales i Wef . tern college and is the' that me rtttage board would Have you ever been around aidy for a smooth cruise over the basketball team until his gradua- . dm|gmp) , of -^ r anf j jvj rs c C P rpciate hearing how well the """ ~" Can-of Kane. siuren is heard ln n " P arts of i Shipman. Kane >ote« | Tj n( j er ftp npw » ma ] system any KANE Mr. and Mrs. Roy ;one nee ding the fire department ^_ __ r . ^ iair K , vp ^ and children of Jersey-, must ^ 6-3333, which blows ed. "Since the plugs and was all set to go.'Ten "vhi) P at Flora High'school. ousted ville were Sunday dinner guests )he sim]i but shou]d not hang ANNOUNCEMENT^ 2 CAW6 OF THANKS. ROSE' OOLLMER"— "We." "wish to ihnnk all our friends and neighbors for fhelr kindness and sympathy shown during our recent bereavement Also those who sent cards and floral offerings, the pallbearers. Rev. Leonard Todd and the Mftther's Nursing Horn* for their kindness. _ Brothers and Slsters_ 3""~~ JNJMBMORIAM fN~tdvtNG MEMORY—Of James C. (footer) Williams: His memory Is as dear today As In the hour he passed away. From Mom. Dad and Bob. ii Monday's first;of Mrs. Foster's mother. Mrs i up the rec eiver until some one! ^tini,"'™™ iN~MEM5RY-Jbf "August Flflke" Sr, who passed away five years ANNOUNCEMENTS FOUND—Bicycle. Identify, 9*9 ad. After S, CL 4-1408. LAWSON 14 ft. "boat with n h.p. Mercury engine. No. ILM1A. picked up about mile 88 on Illlnou River. Contact Ory Bros.. Marine serv lce._CL 4-0826. LOST—Pair of ladle* pre»CHptlon sun glasses, dark frames with sets. Union, Henry St. vieintty. HO 2- OS37. LOST— Beagle male, white A brown. License No. 1«W. If found call HO 2-2337. __ Lost— Wallet" at" oT near " Kroger* _ STRAYED — " Brindle" Boston Bu7 fronr the vicinity of Godfrey road and Ramona place— If found contact W. P. Olsen. HO 8-3458. STRAYED or STOLEN— Larg* male tortoise shell neutered eat, wear Ing pink collar with hell. Answer i to "Puddles." Gone while out 01 town from 41 Penning, Wood River. Three small children lng CL4.?716 ANNOUNCEMENTS —,.... to 9tn fM ;. i St LWrt», 8 to 8 p.m. Call WILL TAKfi RIDBR to OakUod. r-.m ..~«~i jjjy 2«. woman vn- Calif, • ANNOUNCEMENTS nx VILL. i ARE, compattblB f«n*»to California, help drive. DU 44711 after 5: SO. _ _ _ ALL KINDS of keys made. Tumblers start of boatingimiles up river, the motor began, John season this year.,to cough and spit. After remov- rmmd affer a three-set struggle,, Lynn Wheeler. j answers and the location of the I've seen all sizing the hood, I found gas was tnen sur p r ised the River Forest Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clark and j fire is established. sizes and types leaking around the fuel pump. Telinis ci u b experts by blasting'Rcmald Clark of Alton werej Leaves tor Nwrses Training „ memories never die. As years roll on and days BO by. In our hearts memory Is kepi. Of one we loved and will never IguOt WEDDING PAPER PLATES changed, cars opened. Minnows. worms, fish, picnic supplies. Belle Street Bait and Key Shop. R04 Belle St. Phone HO 2-5855. HAY-FEVER forget. vomor of boats being i Pulling into Grafton. I had a new out Davis Cup player and the No. repaired. jet and diaphram installed and 1 2 foreign seed, Bob Mark 6-3. 6-2 For example,! was again on my way. tt the Alton Motorboat Club you, rtien as the writer of this col- ' Tuesday. was the most important vic- oan se« all kinds of activity. A um to )d you Tuesday, I fell in- ; tor> , since i' ve been playing ten ' " few 'weeks ago Comm. John; to tne wrapped a ski rope| nls "" sa id Powless. who now lives ' This is only my second year OtimteAd, Lairy Kllnke. George j aroun d the prop and was pretty j in T a ]| a hassee, Fla. Gotorth and Dick Neelj and their (disgusted with boating. Then I 1 families made a three day trip !carne alongside a 43-ft cruiser to Louisiana, Mo. On the return; anchored out of the channel at trip each boat owner found that| m ji e marker 221.6. the head failed because of silt; ^^ Batteries in the river water. ; Thp bjg cnliser had twin 150- Outboard Owners ;,,„ onatntx with Dot h batteries Sunday dinner guests of Ross Reynolds. Mrs j SHIPMAN — A dinner was jheld at the Community Park on Mrs. C. A. Johnson and children. Anna Marie and Victor of McLeansboro. visited Monday Sunday for Beverly Jean Kirby who is leaving for nurses training at 3t. John's Hospital Sadly missed by Daughter, Son, and Daughter-ln-Law MONUMENT8 — CEM. LOTS grave "lots at vSihalla Ceme. tery. ,HO 2-1879. with her aunt. Mrs. Georg° j Springfield. It also marked the Linn and family. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. W. H. jhp engines i play cause ;ball." Powless ; Mrs. circuit. I didn't i had as * uests Sunday Mr. and Andrew Powers of Plym- Mich., Mrs. Neal Haw- 'kins of Alton. Harry Cope and Mrs. Lottie Clark of Jerseyville. lenes , , i. „ u 41 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yocom of could land assistant basketball coach a«l F1deljty and Mrs . May Tucker . is head tennis coach Florida State. Mr. and Mrs. George Tucker . . .. Mark was tlie second Aussie; of Mesa Ar1z lef , Tuesday for Outboarders arc constantly , dead ^ neither motor working on both boats and mot- bp starte d. \Ve made a trip! ore; cleaning and replacing plugs, | back to Nor)h Shore Harbm . for; Checking timing, installing wat -; the cm iser owner Jim Alexand-'Davis Cup player to be eliminated. Chicago after a visit with Mrs.! «• pumps, correcting generator l^ ^ {he S)ardUs j an d go t newi Marl >' Mulligan having lost out in Tuber's brother-in-law and sis-, troubles, getting new fuel pump j batterles Wh ' en w e returned with i *e opening round. t pr , Mr. and Mrs. Herschel): diaphrams. installing a new light' , batterjes and we nt aboard.! The other two. No. 1 Rod Laver Hunter. • j Of horn, or installing a new gad-j^ cruiser owner broke one of ; and No . 4 B ob Hewitt, gained thej Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Qzbun|has returned from Wisconsin get they have purchased. Every evening numerous owners can 6th birthday of Colleen Moran. Guests were the honorees, Mr. and Mrs. George Moreman, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fritz, Mr. and Mrs. Erschell Fritz and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Huff, Mrs. Laverne Isringhausen and, family, all of Jerseyville, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Fritz. Mr. and Mrs. .J. Moran. Medora, Mrs. \Vilma Kirby and family, Litchfield. and Mrs. Mildred Crocker' f Shipman. Shipman Not es SHIPMAN — Dale Maxwell' ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinker. P.O. Box 185. East Alton or Ct 4-9278. SOCIETIES and LODOES plastic forks and bowl rental: im —White cum. spoons, punch print napkin*. __ BAXTER DIBT. CO. 554 E. Broadway. HO 5-9347 NOTICE—From this day forward I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. James E. Frazer. 3903 Phlllbtook, St.' Louis, Mo. Date July 18, I960. FRANKLIN LODGE—No. 25, A. F & A M. Open Installation of officers, Thursday. July 21. 8 p.m. H. L. Wilson. W. M. the battery terminals! during the I third round but not before rallying! of Springfield were Sunday din-i where he was SSallatJ He had to use one for three-set victories over Grantlner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo|«5?» ' Ih !?- ofQfh j. motor to return to his harbor. Golden of Evanston, HI.. and;Ozbun. Edward Rate of St. motor to return 10 Crawford of Piedmont, Louis Davenport, who has former Shipman res.dent, called by the WOOD RIVER LODGE—No. 1062, AF & AM, July 20tti, 7:30 p.m Stated meeting. Visiting brethren welcome. Clarence F. Anacll, W. M NOTICE—Thomas Sanders will h»ui limbs and rubbish of any kind. Dial HO 2-1846. NOTICE—Froni"this day forward I will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted for by anyone other than myself. Dated this 18th day of July. 19BO. Harm M. Page, 706^ E JBroadwny._Alton. III. WA~NFf~~~fo"'BENT" MOVf§ CAR TOONS for the children's hlrlhday pnrly' See Foster's for brand new stork of Wall Dinner's cartoons Foster's Prue Slore. "Alton's Camera Headquarters." 230 E. JBrpadway HO 5-2585 WILL" BAKE HOME-MADE "PJF.S. ETC. FOR INDIVIDUALS OR RFS TAURANTS CL 4-6211 •M«U • 1»BM^ ••••»• ™ »-~ -•• ^ , drug counter, wtthaw aoed «* • guaranteed by awlwr. Try tt today. AT ALL THRIFTY DRUB STORES IIA RIDERS be seen working on their craft readying it for the next trip| go you see boating isn't all;Chris whether it be an overnight cruise ] fun ^.^ j t a pp ears: to be when i Calif., respectively. or a short run to Portage des j you , ,, { d e down McAdams High- Sioux. Mo., or Grafton. 'way and see both large and small Then occasionally for those hf) .; ts c . ru j sing ant j cavorting those who leave their boats in the wat- across the water. You must be er, a good scrubbing job is jneed-j ejther crazy or have a j ot Ol - | ove ,-,.„ u. *u_.^ ^ water to own a boat andj I am a lot of both. EDITORS NOTE: Some ed on the bottom. Even with the new types of anti-fouling bottom paint, fungus and algae continue to grow on boats left in the wat-j er. The best place to clean these j is on a sandbar where water isj shallow and sand is available for scrubbing. With the rise and fall of the river this year, there hasn't been too much of this but now that the river is nearly normal and the sandbars are being exposed, this too will become more prevelant as an evening pastime. None Exempt For the inboarders, especially cruisers, there is the job of straightening shafts and props bent when some submerged object is struck. One cruiser had say boating is a disease, contagious and long lasting. But Vernor and an estimated seven million others in the nation accept the challenge of being and remaining good skippers. Louis, a pent ibeen a ni"edica7paVleiit for two!Monday visiting fi-iends here, i weeks in Boyd Hospital at Car-j Mrs. Helena Talley. Mrs. Rose I July 20. Irollton. came home Sunday. 'Smith and Charles Atkin spent; _.--__' Mrs. Agnes Greenwood of!'he weekend with Mr. and Mrs.,10 l.OS'l—STRAYED—STOLEN Wl-STERN STAR LODGE—No. 1 Installation of officers. Wednesday., - - - i J.' Webber. N. G. RIDE WANTED—Alton to St Louis 4th and Pine area. Hours 8:30-4:45 HO S-7S07. Open 7:30—-Start Dusk Sox Hurlers Beginning To Show Pennant Form East Alton spent Sunday with• Lester Smith and son in Herrin. i FOUND— 17" wood skiff. HO 5-i7<r>. her mother, Mrs. Henry Roewe.i Billy Winriade is on a caniping| ™^ m "™*^& S~2™* Mr and Mrs. Harry DeShas-1 trip in the Ozarks this week with) ™ dn *; g '^ eosl , nBRock spring Park ier and familv attended the j the Roger Ruedin family. j in .vicinity of rest roonr HO 5.9362. Belltown School reunion Sunday j Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. j FOUND £ Schaffep^aothing and then were supper guests of «'• *»• Matlack were: Mrs. Donj HO 5-7621. " ' ' " Davenport, j-i —-- ^ —-——-- i^_^i {Mr. and Mrs. John Cox of White Hunt and sons of iHall. Iowa., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cole— jman, Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. i Thomas. Ron Santo and Dick Ger-,vale Christopher, of Rosewood inert for Chicago's only run. ;Heights, Mrs. Gordon McAllister, ; All of the Cubs' hits were sin-| 0 f st. Louis, Mrs. James Deer-i igles, three by Thomas. Don Card-;duff and son of Litchfield and' 'well was the loser and now has'Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Matlack. j CHICAGO (AP) —That good pitching with which the Chicago White Sox won the American League pennant last year is again (game hitting streak end. on display. Billy Pierce tossed a four-hit shutout against Boston Tuesday night for a 6-(Kvictory, the fourth some loose struts caused from] straight for the White Sox. pounding of rough • water on a trip and other vibrations from a It was also the fourth successive game in which the White Sox have Luis hit an inside-the-park homer:a 4-9 record. i with two men on base in the fourth The Cubs and Redlegs play a twi-night doubleheader tonight with Glen Hobbie (8-11) and Mark Freeman (3-1) facing Don Newcombe (3-6) and Jay Hook (7-8). inning. Roy Sievers saw his 21- Sievers grounded out twice, walked and struck out. His streak might still be alive if he had been a step faster on his infield bounder in the first inning. The Sox close their home stand against Boston, tonight with Russ bent shaft. Another cruiser had [had route-going performances byJKemmerer (5-4) facing Bill Mon transmission troubles when the gears became locked in forward his dock. Still developed a small leak and must be pulled out of the water and repaired. Then there is the continuous job, as it came into another cruiser their pitchers. Bob Shaw and Ear-1 bouquette (9-7). ly Wynn did it in a double victory! The punchless Chicago Cubs over Baltimore Sunday and Herb I suffered another loss, this time 4- Score pitched a five-hitter Mon-il at the hands of Cincinnati. The day against Boston. Luis Aparicio provided the big jcubs, who have scored but three runs in their last five games, were hit which helped Pierce gain his held to six hits. Three of them for those taking pride in their i eighth triumph against five losses. | came in the seventh by Frank Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Some trade unions in Austra-i ha have initiated budget-buying, or long-term purchase plans for their members, making money available at one-half the interest rate charged by stores, Melbourne learns. We've got the best TIRE DEAL in town 55th ANNIVERSARY BETSEY ANN PICNIC BRIGHTON, ILLINOIS FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 22 and 23 Featuring FAMOUS BETSEY ANN BURGOO SOUP RIDES — CONCESSIONS Fosterburg Band Both Nights Open Daily 6:30, Start 1 p.m. Adults 50c Kiddies 25c FAMILY NIGHTS • Today and Thurs. All Seats 25c. Matinee Every Wednesday. lx>t the Uptown be Yonr Baby Sitter for a few hours. WED. - THURS. ^-JULES VERNE'S Thurs., 8:30 P.M. Today, 4:80, 8:34 P.M. IN MAGNIFICENT COLOR! A PARAMOUNT RELEASE Thurs., 7:30 P.M. Today at 7:20 P.M. Cartoon and Serial 7 P.M. "Zorro's Fighting Ltgien" LAST HILARIOUS NITE! 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