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

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 21, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 21, I960 Calhoun Women j VincentdePaul Meet on July 28 \ Grou P io Hmr *>tf /Iff ftflfUSPfl ft HARTMN — Mr,. G A Clen- to the North Calhoun Woman's!. _ , „ . Qub on Tlrawday, July 28, «t| rte Pau1 Soclet >' of Parishes in 3 p.m. Hie program theme will AJtcm. Wood River and Bethalto be Our Affletican freedoms, and \vili attend 7:30 Mass at St the program chairman will be;Man's School Hall. Mrs. Gilbert Wintjen. AHtom Visitors HARDIN — Guests this week I The speaker ft the breakfast j will he the Rev. Father Stan Of Dr. and Hrs. E. L. Sidweil of Hardin are their granddaughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunt, Dennis, Terry and Kenny of Glendale, Ariz. Mrs. Hunt Is the former Joan Sldwell, daughter of the late Kenneth Sidweil, and Mrs. Esther Man- Bel] of Tempe. Ariz. Attend Convention HARDIN — Mrs. Paul Aderton and Mrs. William Stone were in Toluca, 111. last weekend to attend a convention of the Third Division, American Legion Auxiliary on Saturday and 'Sunday. During the convention, Mrs. Aderton, who has been semng as 3rd division chaplain during the past year, conducted a memorial service honoring deceased members. In the annual election, Mrs. Aderton was elected to the office of division historian for a one year term. Hardin Notes HARDIN — Charles McDonald of south of Hardin is expected home Friday from a visit with relatives in Greeley and Denver, Colo. He was accompanied on the trip by his brother, the Rev. Rousseau of Bridgeport. Conn., who is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Rousseau of 555 E. llth St. This year marks the tricen- tennial of the death of St. Vincent de Paul, founder'of the society and of the order. Daughters of Charity. Members of the • Daughters of Charity conduct St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. Shipmaii Girl Scouts Leo McDonald, Mary's Church pastor of St. in Carlinville. Father McDonald visited friends at Fitsimmons General Hospital, where he was stationed as an Army chaplain prior to World War II. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fiedler were their three children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Fiedler and daughters of Bethalto, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boede and daughter of Springfield, and Mr. At Carlinville Camp SHIPMAN — Members of the local Brownie and Intermediate Girl Scouts are spending the week at Camp Weyanah at Carlinville. The Brownies are Lenora Maxwell, Pamela Carpenter, Mary Katheryn Caveny, Shultz and Linda Simmermaker. The Intermediate Girl Scouts are: Katliy Johnson, Paulu Hudleston and Mary Brueggeman. Sixth Birthday SHIPMAN — Mrs. William Shelton entertained with a party Tuesday afternoon in honor of the sixth birthday of her son, Dick. Janet and Paulette Cox received prizes for excelling in games. Refreshments were served and favors given to the following guests: Steven Drahl of Alton; Billy Cromwell of Bunker Hill; Janet, Vickie and Paulette Cox, Patty, Claude, Ernest and Margaret Atterberry; David Halliday, Duane and Kenneth Loy, Terry and Mike Bunt, all of Shipman, and Jeffery and Michael Reno of Piasa. New Bethalto Business Open BETHALTO--Tbe Community Plumbing and Heating Service opened for business July 15. it was announced by the owner. Men Oetken of Bethalto. Located at 125 Central St. the business is housed in the building formerly owned by George Ellsperman who operated a ga- tage in Bethalto for many years. Oetken will install and service plumbing, heating and air conditioning units. The owner has leased part of the building to Jack Simms who operates an automobile body and paint shop in the same building. Oetken has employed David Hoxsie and David Lambert in Ihe plumbing and heating service. Oetken has resided in Bethal- o for nearly 23 years. He lives al 525 Vine St.. with his wife Oma and their 12-year-old daughter. Mary. Anfetm Bell BETHALTO — The Bell of the Angelus which represents a prayer of thanksgiving in honor • of Christ's incarnation was in- I si a I led recently in Our Lady ! Queen of Peace Church, it was ; announced by the Rev. Father i Thomas Manning, pastor. An- igelus is the Latin word for angel and mean "the angel of jthe Lord declared unto Mary." ; The piayer of thanks is of- Ifered morning, noon and eve- jning at the local church at the 'sound of an automatic electronic bell system. Four speakers arc located in the chur:;li tower to carry the sound of the bells throughout the area. Next to the rosary and the j stations of the Cross the angelus is most universally practiced among the church members. Father Manning said. Through the centuries the angeius has become a special prayer for peace in the church. The prayer stands today in accordance with the ruling of Pope Leo X1I1 on April 3. 1884. . RibbonsAwarded Bethalto Girls ter, Owen, all celebrate their birthday on July 19. Dan- is commander of American Legion Post 214. Mrs. Alice Masterson, Auxiliary president of the Post, who attended the birlh- for )day party also has a birthday im 'on July 19. T.., 1n , . ! Guests who attended the par- July 12 were presented at a lty lncltlded Mrs Mice Mastei ,. BETHALTO the achievement Ribbons day held meeting of the Bethalto 4-H Girls held recently in Our Lady son, Mrs. Nina Draper and children. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Queen of Peace Church. Local;Bernt. Mrs. Clarence Hender- achievement day will be held on;son and family. Mr. Fred Ash- Aug. 4 at 7 p.m. f or d. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dan- Demonstrations were given j and Mr. Donald Darr. Others by Lonna Bowman, Mary Ann'attending were Mr. and Mrs. Mansholt, Karen Szegedy and |Jerry Cassidy, Mr. and Mrs. Rexie Pattengill. A talk was I Robert Voyles and family and Khlpttiiin presented by Nancy Oehler. Refreshments were served by Karen Hertenstein and Mary Beth Snein. Mark Birthdays BETHALTO — Three members of a Bethalto family who have the same birtlidate weie honored Tuesday' at a birthday party attended by 36 guests including 20 children. Harry Darr. 34, of Route 1, Bethalto, his wife Deloris, age 32 and their 6-year-old daugh- SHIPMAN - Miss Dixie Wto- slade is visiting this week in the P. L. Jaynes home at Summerville. Mrs. Ronald Hewitt and Mrs. Otto Meyers visited Wednesday with Mrs. John Marshall and family at Murrayville. Mr and Mrs. James Jarvis of Morton. Tenn., have been guests of his sister and daughte rs. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wood. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Climbers Conquer Peak in Pakistan RAWALPINDI, Pakistan <AP> —Three well - known American mountain climbers have conquered 25,600-foot Masherbrum Peak, in the Karakoram range of CONTACT LENSES the Himalayan? as immibcrg <t a joint tJ. S.-PftkiStufB M(lt!ulU0n. Dr. George R. BetJ, a physics profcMcn dt Conwlr wrtflsrslly. and Dr. William Unwefd rwwhed the stimm't .tnly 8. yJfftiMlas Clinch arrivpd two days brief- ttffll Pakistani rapt, -taved Aktftf. Mrs. Shirley Calahan and daughter. Americans of all ages spend j more than $824,000 daily onj model-making hobbies. HOTS * Von Htmtn Shirts if Clipper Croft Suits Cradltt 30. 40 - fO Day* [ig and Mrs. Donald Pepper and daughter of Pekin. ! Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wintjen| Shi [Jill a 11 Fellowship of north Calhoun County have received word that their 4-year-old grandson, Dean, of Phoenix, Ariz., was attacked by a dog and 70 stitches were required to close the wounds on his head and neck. Dean is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wintjen, who went to Arizona a few years ago for the health of some of the older children. Fidelity Church Services Announced Members at Camp SHIPMAN — Members of the! local Methodist Youth Fellowship are attending camp at "Little Grassy Lake" near Carbondale this week. Attending are: Barbara Scott, Beverly Shultz, Mary Ellen FIDELITY - At Fidelity) Baptist Church Sunday church school will be at 9:30 a.m. Hugh Moore Jr. is superintendent. At 10:30 the pastor, the Rev. W. M. Greer, will speak on, "The Folly of Summit Conferences." Young People will meet at 7 p.m. and at 8 p.m. pupils of the Bible School, which has been in progress the past two Breitwiser, Janet Gillespie, Den- |nis Skaggs and Jerry Baker. i Mrs. James Shultz and Mrs. Kenneth Breitwiser took the ; group to camp and on Saturday • Mvs. Charles Skaggs and Mrs. !Roy Baker will return for them. weeks, will present a short program and have a display of handiwork in the basement. Fidelity Notes FIDELITY — Mr. and Mis. Charles J. Swanner and son of STOP ITCHING! IN 15 MINUTES, After using ITCH-ME-NOT, get your 48c back IF THE ITCH NEEDS SCRATCHING. You feel the medication take hold. itch and burning disappear! Use instant- drying ITCH-ME-NOT day or night for eczema, ringworm, insect bites, foot itch, other surface rashes. TODAY at Thrifty Drug Company. (Adv.) Announce Birth SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. I David Dunnagan are the parents of a daughter, their first child, bom at St. Joseph's Hospital onj Saturday. Mrs. Dunnagan is the former Miss Margaret Hopper. "Die baby has been named Karen Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hopper and Mr. and Mrs. Eulis Dunnagan are grandparents. Two presidents of the United States had the distinction of signing the Constitution: George Washington and James Madison. Vallejo, Calif., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swanner. Swanner is serving in the U.S. Navy. Mrs. Helen Rodell returned home Tuesday afternoon from Barnes Hospital at St. Louis where she had been a patient! for two weeks. tibuyta diamond in the*dark] BE SURE! HURWITZ JEWELERS DIAMONDS ore GUARANTEED ll-DIAMOMJ BKUML ENSEMBLE He». 1180 Value A July Cleuruuce Stile Feature. I'av Only S2.IMI Weekly. Kvvry diamond ring utrrie* our e\i>lu*Jve writleu bonded mid uoUirlzed guurtuittw of quality and full trade-la value for your Ule lime. kta» our big televtiou! ttfcop Uuuduy and Friday Kite till » r or £>ew*if Price*- Sati»tt Terms. Come to MURWITZ 0 leeli'OMlly |av« at 112 W. Tfcird ft, - Ot*ntt*n Alfen CLEARANCE SALE Now Going On! MODEL STYLE SHOP 2H PIA^A ST. SENS SHOP 86 E. Ferguson, Wood River 829 Belle Street, Alton 1062 Washington, Alton 5928 tftMton Ave., St. Louis DR. A. 0. SCHWARTZ (OPTOMETRIST) 1104 Milton Rood (Arrim from fire Station) Phone HO 5*2221 Friday • a.m. to 9 p in Hours: Dally • a.m. to 8:30 p.m.. Wednesday • a.m. to 12 IMnon FRANKLIN 300 EAST BROADWAY-ALTON COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED SUMMER APPLIANCE SPECIAL The Refrigerator BUY of 1960 NORGE FOR ANY OF THESE... SPECIAL MUES THAT Refrigerator-Freezer 12 Cu, Ft Gross Capacity BIG 63-LB. 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All for our LOW, LOW PRICEI PAY ONLY $6.88 A MONTH YOU GET: Bookcase Bunk Bt'ds if 'i Comfortable MltUrcn»eK Guard Jtuil and Ladder .Matching I Drawer C)ie»t Lovely Matching Desk it Chair und •£ Pole Lamp Here is the ideal room combination for growing families . . . Will take plenty of rough treatment as expected from young cowhands. Save On This Complete Group. * BIG VALUES IN BEDDING Save Now During This Special Sale Here is an OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY to replace old bedding at HUGE SAVINGS! Remember! You'll find many famous brands included in this sale. NO MONEY DOWN 7-PIECE DINETTE 6 Chairs, Tabh that Mf0adc 1 72" Gleaming Easy-to-cloan chrome ... T«ble h«s a itain-remtant plastic top . . . The chairs are of massive Danish styling in matching and contrasting upholstery of eisy-to-clsan plastic. NO MONir DOWN Famous INNIRSMINC MATTRIfl Comfortable INNHSPRING MATTRISS PLENTY OF STORESIDE PARKING FRANKU

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