Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 21, 1960
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THURSDAY, JULY 21, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE Wood River Area Men FormMarineCorporation WOOD RIVER — Two Wood River area men Marshall .Smith, attorney and Ralph F. Clark. 809 Valley Dr.. Kast Alton, with other investors, have formed thp Clark Marine Corp. at! WORDKN - Miss .Tan* Loem- Wcmleti Girl to Attend FHA Cnrnp Raton Rouge. La. iker. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The shipyard, which will pro-lKImer Loemker of Worden, has vide repair and maintenancejbeen selected by the Worden facilities for ocean-going and • chapter of Future Homemak- river vessels will he construct-j ers of America as a delegate to ed on the Baton Rouge Harbor j, nc 20 i.h annual state leadership f nnal - 'conference July 25 to 29 at East Smith told the Telegraph to- j day that approximately S500.000 , will he used to construct th"j ~ Miss ,, OPmkp| . , s a ]unlor 8t first phase of the shipyard l"-; W orden Hlgh St . hoo | anrt ,_, ,.„. rated approximatelv 2.000 feet; .. . ... —,,. ,,. ... . ,. ., .' isldent of the FHA. She will Bay Camp on Lake Blooming- from the canal's juncture with serve as a committee member the Mississippi River. , This is the first facility to he! and slyl(? show model Rt the located directly on the rana|! conference since it opened H little over one: Birthday Party year ago. with the exception of WORDKN -• Mr. and Mrs Kane Ran* Note* KANE — Miss Sherry Allen went to Carlinvilie today to visit several days with Miss Mary Trump. The monthly pot luck dinn^i club met Wednesday at the home of Miss Alice Wnoldridge. Pie- sent were: Mrs. Ivan Shackleford, Mrs. W. H. Hates, Mrs. O. B. Gullandfr, Mrs. .lohn Killf brew, Mrs, Charles Tonfpkins. Mrs. Holdie Hunnicutt, Mr>. Oarrell Reynolds, Mi-;." Net tit Fenlty, Mrs. Oussie Richards, Mrs. Otto Plummer and Mrs. Kenneth Harringcr. Elizabeth Cummings, dauKh- ter of Mr. and Mr* Frank Cum- mlnns, entered Jersey Community Hospital Monday. Asbury Walk of Milton was a supper guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cary The Rev. and Mrs H. L. Poi- ler and son, Steven, attended the West Central Youth Kelly and ministerial meeting vwim- the greater Baton Rouge Port Holand S , h| . oed(M . ente, talnedi mlriE " arty nnf1 SU "' JCI 8l Ni " Commission at the northern end iwi|n a party „, tnelr hcjmp hfjn _|«»l* ?*'*• Jacksonville. Monday of thp cannl - ..ring their daughter, Lynette, PVPni ^; ing 5 pounds and 15 ounces born ..... . 14. July 14 at 8:53 p.m. nt Corn- new Industrial expansion area: tirm will he in the center of the ol greater Baton Rouge, Smith said. Guests were Su.san Solomon, (Bonnie Albrechl. Tedra Lamb, The shipyard will have facili-! Hose Mar V Tw(?(>d ' Kath y Hart- ties to repair and maintain tow-; nclt - • Iant>t I>oemk«?r. Debra hoats, harges and superstruc-;, Linda Wk-semann and Linture work on ocean-going ves-'da Boehm. sels. Towhoats and harges will; Wnrden N'ote§ he dry docked on facilities that i WORDKN — Miss Lucille will handle anything except the: Ovc ,. bery ullMndpd the N ationa i' very largest riveting ves-j Ha|r D ,,, ssf , r ' s a nd Cosmetolog- sels. Clark reported. Steam and gH's freeing plants nnd machine repair facilities I lists Association annual convention at the Palmer House in {Chicago this week. Mrs. Kdna Tweed and Mrs. will also be located in the yard.! Both shore based and floating! repair facilities will be utilized. lS y lvia Gusewelle '* Worden are Capt. Clark, president of thei attendin K tnp »>ummer term of new firm, previous to Dec. 1. 1059 had been associated with school at McKendree College at Lebanon. They are members of National Marine Service. Hart- McKendree College choir which ford, formerly Lake Tankers | will give a concert Aug. 3. Corp. '• Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mll- In 1949 he accepted a posi- | er are announcing the birth of tion as manager of the rivers a daughter, Kelly Ann, weigh, and great lakes division of the| firm and in September, 1957,; charge of administration, he was made vice president in Smith is serving as represen- c.harge of all operations of thei tative for a number of Illinois company including the east,i investers in the new corpora- gulf coast, great lakes and riv-' t ' on - crs j Both Leiss and Clark are es- He has served as president 'tablishing residence at Baton of the St. Louis Chapter of the!Rouge. Propeller Club of the United! Service Visitors States and as a national vice! WOOD RIVER—Lt. and Mrs. president of that organization. jJohn Dibble and daughter, Can- For the past nine years Clark i dice, were guests at the home has been a member of the west- of her grandmothers, Mrs. Fran- em rivers panel of the mer-jces Hammet, 572 George St.. chant marine council of thejseveral days this week. Lt. U. S. Coast Guard. 'Dibble, who has completed; Stuart L. Leiss. 519 Kent St.,!three months of Jet Flight! East Alton, formerly adminis-iTraining at Greenville, Miss., trative assistant to Capt. Clark;will report for three months at National Marine Service, has "Sac Training" at San Antonio, been named vice president in Tex. munity Memorial Hospital. Staunlon. They have an elder daughter, Kerry Sue. Kenneth Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones of Worden who enlisted in the Army is now stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Mrs. Edith Hagcmeier who had a patient at SI. Joseph's Hospital, Alton, for two weeks has returned home. Miss Jean Opel has returnf-d home from St. Francis Hospital Litchfield. i MORE PAIRS ADDED! SHOE DEPARTMENT COMPLETE DISPOSAL SALE ENTIRE STOCK WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES MUST BE SOLD... EVERYTHING'S REDUCED.. .HURRY! $1.95 to .S/0,9,> Jacqueline Connirs and Paris Fashions You've »een 'em . . . liked 'em . . . new BUY these latest exclusive design* at wonderful savings! High and little heels, wedges and lo-heels, sports and flats. Patent, white, cream, pastels, lustres, navy, red, glove and textured leathers, calfs . . , choose as many pairs in your size aji you like! None told to dealers! Extra Sales Help! Extra Wrappers! Alton Plaza Shopping Center Shoe Department Only! Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK' Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily 104 W. Third St., Alton HO 5-8851 SHOE CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S CANVAS Reg. (o 3.99 Women's FLATS & WEDGES fie?, (o 6.99 Women's Canvas Reg. (o 3.99 2.44 WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES High and Mid Heels Reg, to 12.99 3*74 SELECTED GROUP Accent and Vitality 6.74 Values to 14.99 50 PAIRS SUMMER DRESS SHOES Sices 4B and 4>/>B Only Values to 12.99 LADIES' GOLF SHOES t Blu* and White, Brown and Whit9 ••?. 10.99 8,90 Use our easy credit plan, no money down on any purchase/ Cinderella's coachman drives a school bus 1. tiny floral print, gmy, green. Bow waistline, two tone piping on bo diets cuff* ami white eollur. 3-ttX, 4.99 2. gold buttoned Kiwuluted tbuuel jacket In woven plaid. White blouse effect. Red. 3-ttX, 5.99 (7-H, 7.99) 3. driftwood green no iron broadcloth. Flowered medallion, threaded NteniK, leaves down bodice. White collar, cuffs, 34IX, 4.99 4. Shirley Teuiple no iron cotton, bronxine, dove blue. Squared bib bodice velvet contrasted. Venice edge collar, (3-ttX, 5.99) 7-14,7.99 5. madras color woven plaid. White pique bib with laee and black velvet ribbon iriui. Sash back. Scotchguard finish 7-14, 7.99 tt. woven Dan River grey or brown plaid. Solid collar, cuffs. Novelty belt. 7-14, 5.99 7. woven Dan River plaid shirtwaist, roll up sleeves, leather belt. Red. 7-14, 5.99

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