Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 17
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July 21, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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THURSDAY, JULY 21, ALTON EVENING an, v £«n i i- South African Charged prim f Mlnist " "«** v«rw*rd WitliAttetnpteflMimJer was formally charged today with attempted murder and ordered to PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) "^ml trial In the Supreme Court. «. David Pratt, 52, the wealthy A flea can .lump a distance ol British-born former who shot 200 limes Its own length. WELCOME TO THE MALLI *WIISHIRI ^mmEF* *SUPIRIOft PHARMACY ^^ CARPIT COMPANY * IAST ALTON PUBLIC LIBRARY from WESTERHOLD'S QUALITY MEATS Special! Ltan*M«aty—Barbtcui Sfylt RIBS 59' FREE GIFTS FOR EVERYONE! It Strv.d from Old tahlentd Wltntr Wagon Sat Only! WELCOME TO THE MALLI • WILSHIRE ~V&&P* r • SUPERIOR PHARMACY CARPET COMPANY • EAST ALTON PUBLIC LIIRARY Krogtr't Ground Beef 20Lb. Avg. (let Cold 79c each) Watermelons Kroner's. » Varieties Cookies Lb. Ea. Pound Baq 49' 59' 39' FREE! "Obtain 6alliil"IAT with the purcF PORK 'H BEANS with the purchase of HEINZ 16 Or. Cons WILSHIRE MALL STORE ONLYI vroer See Our Regular Advertisement for more Values on Page 25 WILSHIRE MALL SHOPPING CENTER EAST ALTON Tennesseeans to Stage Reunion by Mr*. John Smith, president A noon-day basket dinner wtl bo served followed by an afternoon of games, entertainment ianr) rfrreatton. WOOD Km,R .nn M „„. nual reunion and picnic of the of , ho Am . jpnt Ww ld" in the Loyal Tennesseeans will be an ^^ p ^ event of Sunday at Kpndal! Hill - .'....' ' .Park, It was announced today Read Telegraph \Vnnt Ads Dailj Illinois Insurance Agency, Inc. INSURANCE OF EVERY KIND Dial CL 4-5123 Wilshire Moll Shopping Center, East Alton Olivet W. Fra/ey, Agent extends a whole hearted WELCOME TO THE MALLI Ball in Sky Was Real to These Wood River People UOOD RIVER-Object? that havp appeared In the sky dur iny the past two nights and re- l>ortpfl by hundreds of St. Louis- nn« WPTP nopn by four Wood Rivpr adults ami several rhil- Hrrn traveling with them lato U'nrlnpsrtay. The Wood River party, re- imning from a boating expe- htion north of Alton, saw two >r pven three objects. First, liry saiti, traveling toward the \pst at a height they were un- lilp to estimate was a round bjpcl of a hue different from thMt of the stars. Another >!j,icct was following on its heels and his may or may not have »?rn a part of the first round 'l.ject. At the same time, the Wood jliiverites said, they saw another "•••milar object traveling toward I hr southwest. This occurred at about 11:30 p.m. Hundreds of St. Louisans re Materiul Heady v For Wottd Hiver C. ofC. Hrochtire trial and business information of the area in addition to numerous grneral facts about the avenue next Wednesday. Discussion of a membership drive was lead by timer if Wi/shire Pharmacy if Superior Carpet Company Wood River Mnn Head* Stole WW ttlood. Progrrifff WOOD RIVER. Jack R.Willis uf bren reappointed Department of Illinois Blood Chairman of thp Veterans of area, Nightlinger said. A envoi- for thp pamphlet, dff-j signed by local artist Jeannoj Yaktilmm. was shown to thpj group and mot with approval, i Sepl 7. was announced as thej M , h Mrs w , Ha'p for thr annual Chamber i . . ...._. RIVr;R -.Robprt Night- lincpi. 'irochm P t-ommitfpe chairman for Ihc Wood Rivrr To« n-;bi|> Cbfimhpj of Pom- mpfcc. ro|K>rtpf! rtui'ing a boa id chairman of thp committee, mppiini! Wotlncsday noon th;itj*aid that softhall captains andj all information for thr pamph-iteams had not ypt bppn picked. Loyal Palmor. executive spr-j rptary of thp chamber, reportpd: Foutch, committee fhairman. Ufam'fn of Moiurt WOOD RW;R Women of the Moose will have their monthly enrollment Chapter senior regent, presiding at her let IIHS been colNvted. Tho broc'hurp. which will ceremonies. W'ars. it was announced at a meeting of the local Post earlier this week. Thp appointment was mafic by Richard Dppper, Depart- mpnt Commander. ! Demands for whole blood as! a life saving medium in post-j operative rases as well as in emergencies such as tornadoes, industrial disasters, etc., have increased and the donor program must be stepped up, Willis Foreign « vnilHl ' lfl tf) th ^ f't |hlir rompleted. will feature when indu-i- that, the office will be Ancient PfwiflMctans trader! moved bars of solid- gold for Spanish to the new location on Whitelaw olive oil. told the membership. Service pins were awarded to: ported seeing an object in the O'Kellie Summers and Lawsky between 10 and 11 p.m. Irenre Markham, 25 years; Jack Kdwin E. Friton of the Amer-iD. Creekmore, Roy Neer, Floyd (••an Meteor Society told the:Southard. 15 years; ArthurCurf- St. Louis Globe-Democrat that * East Alton Public Library the objects seen by the St. f-ouisans was not a meteor, nor was lite. it a man-made satel- WELCOME TO THE MALL! • WILSHIRE ^lySXZ^- • SUPERIOR PHARMACY CARPET COMPANY • EAST ALTON PUBLIC LIBRARY NQW; Buy Four (4) Rolls ; 8mm, MOVIE FILM and we'll GIVE YOU the use ol an 8mm MOVIE CAMERA FREE FOR YOUR VACATION 1 Weeks Limit Friday-Saturday Only Valuts to $5.95 SUMMER •'"•«" 8RK SO 1 -*! OFF! LIBERAL DISCOUNTS ON DIAMONDS AND WATCHES PURCHASED FRI.-SAT. Open Fri.-Mon. Till 9 p.m.—Dial CL 4-3124 DON OTT JEWELERS WILSHIRE MALL SHOPPING CENTER—EAST ALTON WELCOME TO THE MALL if WILSHIRE PHARMACY if SUPERIOR CARPET CO. if EAST ALTON PUBLIC LIBRARY UALITY DM eetebrat* our STORE Friday - Saturday — July 22 - 23 FREE! To Lucky License Numbers! Save with these Quality Dairy Specials— 200 GALLONS ICE CREAM To be given away absolutely FREE! 1 gallon to each customer whose auto license number is posted in our store. Friday—Saturday, July 22nd—23rd. These numbers are all local numbers picked at random in our trade area. YOURS MAY BE POSTED! COME IN AND SEE! Cr«d« A ONI-HALF GALLONS MILK 3 BREAD 2 — 35 Frtsh Froitn Orange Juice 3 =- W 15' CtftM WILSHIRE MALL SHOPPING CENTER be principal speakers. meeting of the Auxiliary man. Russell Moran, Kenneth Powell, 10 years. Other members eligible for pins were absent and will receive their awards at a later date. Harold J. Miller was received as a transfer member. Floyd Bunt, commander, announced the 12Vh District wi meet at the East Alton Post Aug. 6 and 7. Charles Van Preter. mayor of East Alton, will welcome guests at the joint meeting on Sunday when Melvin Price. Congressman, and William Lyons, state senator, will Th? will be held at the Wood River Post, he stated. A bowling team has been organized under Post sponsorship and will start play in September it was reported by Oscar- Oiler, chairman. Pythian Sisters WOOD RIVER — The charter of the at the Wednesday meeting of Esthe." Temple Pythian Sisters at Odd Fellows Hall. A J15 contribution was voted meeting of Springfield. Mrs. Irvin Rau will represent the local temple. Mrs. Harold Raines, most excellent chief, announced plans are being made to sponsor a rummage sale in Alton early in the' fall. Mrs. Gordon Foster was named chairman of the hostess committee for the Aug. 17 meeting. «on's bicycle was stolen fronj Mrs. Gus Bangeit. Mrs. the Wood River swimming pool!Raines and Mrs. Elmer Ander- Wednesday afternoon. json were honored in observance Mrs. Myrtle M. May, 148 Har-jof their birthdays, no.tt, was arrested and fined] Grand prize winner for games Setting Stage For Picnic at SouthRoxana SOUTH ROXANA-The Dads' C!ub and Auxiliary is completing plans for the 13th annual homecoming to be held July 29, :«J and 31 at South Roxana Dads' Club Park. Entertainment will include Otto Schultz and his Dutch band on Friday evening and Joe Greenwell and his Sunset Valley boys will entertain- Saturday. Greenwell is disc jockey Time on WOKZ. western band in- Geisen of Alton, Don Tucker of Bethalto, Cubby Cha Cha Hatton of East Alton and Lile Lee Owens, vocalist. Joe started playing at the agejto the September of 6 and played for box suppers j Grand Temple in and socials. Smiley Burnett, cowboy comic, will appear Sunday. Bicycle Stolen at, Wood River Pool WOOD RIVER—H. Evans, 315 Penning Ave., reported to police at 5:40 p.m. Wednesday that his for Country His country cludes Jim was draped in memory late Mrs. Elsie Monken $15 by Police Magistrate Thorton J. Lancaster for failing to yield the right away to another car. She was involved in an autc accident with George Pay- nic. 531 S. Seventh St. Another auto collision between the autos of Paul W. Black- quette Park, burn, 438'z George St., East Alton, and Garry Edsall, 376 S. 12th St., was reported to police Wednesday. At U. of I. WOOD RIVER-Dr. Mary M. Brady, SIU. Alton Campus, Mary I^>u Fochl, Alton High School, and Mrs. Roseanne Davis, Roxana High School, attended the eighth annual Amer ican Illinois Business Education Association meeting at Univer sity of Illinois Monday and Tuesday. They arrived at Champaign Sunday for the initiation of new members into the Delta Pi Epsilon fraternity, the nationa business education fraternity They also attended a meeting of the board of the I.B.E.A. con ducted by Herb Ross, president from Alton. They made plans for the state spring meeting. Miss Focht is on the program committee and Mrs. Davis is exhibit chairman. during the social hour was Mrs. Bangert. Eastern Star Picnic WOOD RIVER — Wood River Chapter of Eastern Star and families will have a basket picnic at 2 p.m. Sunday at Mai- DIAMOND Wedding Money Down! DIAMOND 8-DIAMOND MATCHING BRIDAL SET $300.00 Value 00 '139 $1.50 Weekly CARSON VACATION TIME SPECIAL! 10-DIAMOND MATCHING BRIDAL SET $285.00 Value S -I ftA 00 12-DIAMOND MATCHING BRIDAL SET $275.00 Value 00 '199 $2.00 Weekly ALL RINGS IN SITS AVAIUILX AT EQUALLY CHEAT SAVINOt Re?. 527.50 Value NOTHING S DOWN $1 A Week Moro 4-H Members Get Blue Ribbons MORO — Tuesday was 4-H Clothing Achievement Day in Edwardsville and girls from the local Merry Maids 4-H Club receiving blue ribbon honors ir the "You Learn to Sew" grout were Janice Neese, Sandra Sa- boff Carol Sabo/f, Virginia Hans, Kathryn Saboff, and Sue Ann Gunewelle. Red ribbons in that group went to Marcella Dorsey and Janice Singleton. Blue ribbons in the "You Make Your Own Clothes" group were awarded to Marjorie Coop er, Janice Klein, and Beverly Cooper. Red ribboiu went to Jeanetle Dorsey, Patricia Dorsey, and Diane Singleton. Virginia Hans, Janice Neene, and Sue Ann Uusewelle will model their skirts at th" County Fair at Highland on Tuesday evening. Janice Klein, Marjorie Cooper, and Beverly Cooper will model their dresses at the county lair Wednesday evening. A skit entitled "Old King Cole" will be presented by members of the Club on Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the (air. RIOT! AT CRAFT FACTORY OUTLET LADIES' FLAT SUMMER SANDALS • White • Bone All Slits 4-10 HANDBAGS S 1 315 Belle, Downtown Alton FACTORY OUTLET OMB Mon. Hi Fit TIHI ML

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