Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1960 · Page 5
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July 25, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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MONDAY, JULY 23, 1900 , ALTON fiVENlNO TELEGRAPH Carrollton Man Hurt in Fall CARROLLTON — Paul Oarri- son. who l« employed by th* Carrollton Street Department andi Freeh Tire Sale, fractured hi*' left wrirt In « fall from a tire! rack Friday evening at Freeh's! Tire Sales. He was taken to! Boyd Memorial Hospital for I treatment. . Two babies were >born Friday' at the hospital. A son was horn: to Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Mundy of Carrollton and' a daughter toi Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wallace i of Fidelity. Mfs. Mn reel la Han» sen of Carrollton was admitted; to the hospital Friday. ' Discharged Friday were Mrs. Kathleen Marsehtng of Kampsville, Donald Camp of Dixon an/ Mrs. Marie Harmer of Hamburg. Discharged Saturday were Njle Smith of Greenfield, Mrs. Margie Bushnell of Eldred, Mrs. Sylvia; Fansler of Wayne. Mich., and the Rev. Dan Vititoe of Roodhouse. i Fl»h Fry at Park Greene County Farm Tour Set For Aug. Claw at Carrollton frp Cream Social To Increase Service CARROLLTON - The Good, I Neighbors clas* of the Method-i is) Church will sponsor 8n ic*>! cream social Saturday. .Tulv 30,! will Increase the on the Courthouse lawn. Sen-- j mrvicf of some of Its employes as CARROLLTON- -A tour of the'ing will heRin at 6:30 p.m. anrtja result of a new policy adopted South Side Stock Farm at Rock > rase of rain It will be heldjjan. 1, nrrordlng to the Current bridge ThuVsday, Aug. 4. fromi'" 'he basement of the Method-1 ,„.,„? of The Altonlan, Alton plants 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Is bein«!'*t Church, sponsored by the ARI (cultural j Snrprfce. Winner i newspaper. Emplolyes who have been with Kxtenslon Service and the Farm C A R ROLLTON Mrs. Hal , hp company and have had 'Bureau Farm Management Fmith was honored at a surprise i D reak in their service with the |. Service. Reservations for the' hll '"ida.v dinner given Sunday ; confpany jtour are to be m the Farm «* 'he home of her son-in-law , rp|ns(atpd can have their service Btireau office by Aug. 2 as sack daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Le- II each and drinks will Hvailable at the farm. they are All persons who now have 10 or more years of urriiterrupted serv- ICP since their last date of rehire will be eligible to reelaim all their actual previous service prior to their last date of rebire. Prior serviee will be restored after be- full years of avtt* est date of ,». -^^ Stflce SIC new policy. swvfc* tttWfll II Ml Plant 7 (Afto«) PHWMI Wflfc flWI* than 10 year* at servk* iMf* teen carefully reviewed to dil*riHM» previous service eliglMtffJ'. Restoration of service wfll be added to company swvtoi benefits only, and not seniority lists. to Van Ingram of YdMne. West Australia, laid 5.018 refutation size bricks in eight hours, tiffing 18 tons of bricks and 12 tons of mortary. CONSERVATION SCHOOL Group of school teachers shoun posing in front of the only clam of its kind in the state. Beginning July the Madison County Farm Bureau at Edwardsvllle 11 and Instructed fey Philip Vogel of Southern nil* CARROLLTON — MI «nd! Friday after completing a course of instruction In nois University, 28 persons were enrolled in the lunches are being provided byjroy Brooks. In the group were the church women at cost of I Hal Smith. Glenn Smith. Paul be (Smith and Mr. and Mi*, bon- ( ald Reese and son of this cily. Ideas which are in use at the; Mr. and Mrs. William Wade ami South Side Stock Farm and : f»mily of Jerseyville. Mr. and which will be shown on the tour-Mr". Jerry Wade and family „, „ reRard , es8 include feed handling »y»lems;A ion. and Mr and Mn, James| for both dry and silage rations.'OBrien and family and M«.: moisture corn from an air-tight • James O'Brien Sr.. of Kast St.; silo: how a beef cow herd flt<! Louis, and Jeanne Reese and ( into the business; feeding IrtaUiKlm Reese of Roodhouse. n.tno riiffm-nnt ration* for feed- Former txieal Resident Is Bride 1 "" a i«^ lu " «" '« lu " y««» «"» using different tations ror teen lbp similarly reinstated on their nt> *>al-4la fw»M"1 VHl*inl1V fflflCP v*r\J\ t\\Jl.M~t I W' i»ll . rtliLl iV| | >. v ^reas strand equipTentiGm-g, Mikkelson of Sussex. \ ^anniversary with the compa- have previous serv-l ice but have not yet been rehired Mrs. N. L. Mcyuerry. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Peters and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Stewart and family,' Mr. and Mrs. Williurn Bridgewater Jr. and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Garrison and their house • ImJU T **" " • \s\f**l •Ml.'l'l Mlh *» \j** Ul rn., wm • ••£**• «V«».B^F*B ••• • • w»r» ^s ••• » *^« «• •• j f rw** •,**,'• •JV»»«.T ** « •• x.- V»"«W»B»-X« ••• »•• v P tj •«,!.«••. ••,» .-, — ... , —, • »• * i | i ' IIV Restoration and Conservation Of Natural Resources", course.—Staff Photo. ' lor a large volume hog enter-'Win., formerly o Carrol ton.!»>• ... .. - • -/— —— .... i ..„„.. H* f«-.m , oi-innc flrp announcing the marriaee " AsMMMHlioil to \\ J,j| p fj a ]| ,'m Key West. Fla., after a visit Oreetie Cognty Bantam 1-eaKUf game 5. with her father. Elmer Garri- Toiirnnment O|»eno July 45 Robert Hindelang is the man- rations. son. and Mrs. Garrison. CARROLLTON The annual ager for Carrollton No. 1 and ^ A „„„, t CARROLI ' Jesse Hires is on vacation this f; ,. cenp County Bantam League | he .Rev. Perc . y Clark Toi . Car .; fall i week from the S. E. Simpson 1ourname nl. starring -the 9-11- rc jJton No. 2. Alfred Pantaleo and daughter, mP( , ljnK ()f Wps t Central Baptistiand S<t. Store Delores, of Key West, Fla., hud a fish Carroll ton 1 Berdan CARROLLTON ,. __ the Berdan Community Club lccn - a " 'nodc-rator. The Rev. unck , ;tnd .^^ M| . and Mrs wjn ^ ur{ fl( 2 p m were entertained Thursday tffter- Darwin Rolens, pastor of the John V aughn. [ n the first game July 25 noon at a recreational party giv- I<M ' H| Filsl Ua l j|is1 Church is th» prise- and results from various are announcing the marriage: " wl" "<" be necessary for re- herbicides and fertilizer appH- of their, daughter. Margaret;"'red persons reaching normal re- Sonja. to John Robert Schlieperltirement age f6ai to have 10 full Letters have been sent out nvol Sussex. The ' wedding tooki**™ <* wrvlce following rehire, | from Marvin'Pla« July 3. at the Evangeli-ias these persons will be remstat- Burea.rcal Church in Brookfield, Wis.Jed with their prior service imme-i Pantaleo and daughter, mP( , ljnK ()f Wps t Central Baptist:and ho. .More. yeal . Knoury League players. of Key West, Fla had AsS()( . 1Htjon wjl , be held ^ , f Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis of will open July 25 in White Hall 28 Japanese Killed fry Thui-sdny evening at Ciipe Girardeau were guests a t the Stlckley Park behind the ' on city park. - 1 ' " 1(1 ""'"IM nui n in wni fmm - I1iu| . 8day untj , Sunday of ^ Jgt ch|m . h _ AI) games wi || , » ('olliaion (erdan Club >le,,l, '"««• with tho P aslor of lhp 'Mrs. Davis' sister, Miss Doris K , art a t 5 p.m. Monday through -uinoiuu • Farm and John H. ' farm adviser. Iday and 18 injured when a sight.. - - __ „,„..„,,, —., „.. j seeing bus sidoswiped another and! Members o f ( ' hur( ' n - 1hp Rf>v - Hart '. v Cha s- caflciy. at the home of their Friday. Sunday. July 31, they KYOTO, Japan (APi—Twenty- dropped 160 yards to the bottom fieldman. Mrs. Schlieper attended theldiately on retirement. However, a I Bisket, county ' Carrollton Grade School when I rehired person who retires early 'the Mikkelson family resided I will not have his prior service re- he re. stored unless he has 10 or morel Vali.iin tight Japanese wei;e killed Sun- of a ravine. en at the Lions Club park in -\ (>uth for the associtj- Carmody entertain- Greenfield, will play Carrollton --- , . . .. „ ,- . . v v the members of her bridge No. 1; July 26. two White Hall White Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. " on and Mrs ( 'P'>'«'' Daniels. dub Thurs{lay aftemoon at the teams will play; July 27 Car- Melvln Protigh, Mrs. Ronald' also of Carrollton. is the asso- ColonJH , Room of Day . s ^^ ro)lton No . 2 will play Rood-! Lansaw, Mrs. W. J. Tucker. Mrs. <-i«H'>nal f'Prk. Dr ^ M| . s c p Lunneen house No. 1. On the 28th Albert Freeh and Mrs. Hollyn Onee-a-MOntli f'lub f g| _ Josepn . s Mo will ar rive'Roodhouse No. 2 will play the) Jackson. CARROLLTON-- Members o! Tue!iday { 0 visit Dr . Lunneen'»• winner of game 1. July 29 the Once-a-Monh bridge duo w Mr. i winner of game 2 vs winner of will be entertained at dinner^ Mre Mamon Gimm ; ^jg^e 3 and July 31 the win-! 1,'°" .other relatives. !ner of game 4 vs the winner of Hostesses : : — will be Mrs. Paul Pressler. Mr.i. ;Delbert Driver and Mrs. Clar- i:ence Horn. Birthday Dinner CARROLLTON - Mrs. John ; Carnes ^entertained at a birth- husband ' G " ests w fi' e thchon "***' M ™' Return From Hawaii CARROLLTON — Dr. and Mrs. i P. A. Daily and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Stead returned home Thursday from a three-week vacation trip to Hawaii. They left on the Matsonia from Ix$> Angeles and arrived July 7 in Honolulu. They! visited Dr. and Mrs. William Bergin in Hilo, Hawaii,' and also,. ., „ . . . . visited the .slands of Maui *rt^J^ er J^*.^^^ Kauai before returning to WaikH ki where they visited friends j° rec s which Dr. Daily had met whilel^ arn f ,. . », _ stationed in Hawaii for 16 months Hamburg Mr. and Mr. George: during the World War n. They ^ sslg ° f ^ssels and Mrn.| returned to San Francisco by^™ 1 flendenny and daughter; plane and came the rest of the; • Louih - | way home by train, stopping in; /-.ADU^I 1"^-!^ ' "vT*- P A Laramie, Wyo., to visit John Dai-; C^ 11110 ^, , ~ J* r *\ , ley. son of Dr. and Mrs. Dailey, ! » alley *1' lea , ve . Tues f ay for who is a student at the Univer-' Austin : ,, Ml " n - '° » m , h . er S °" •My of Wyoming. In a VMIt at th( ' nom ^ of ""'"j^'i .'._ . . ter. Mrs. Bernice Mertensotto. ' Christchurch, Ne\v Zealand. | Mrs. Alfred Pantaleo and Has opened a new $1.1 million (daughter, Delores, will leave air terminal building. . I Tuesday'to return to their home FOR THE FASTEST and BEST SERVICE Let Us Process Your Film. / Black and White or Color. Open Every Nite 'Til 10 4TN & PIASA ALTON THE ONLY! DEALER IN THE ALTON-WOOD RIVER AREA IF IT ISN'T LIKE THIS IT IS NOT FLEXSTEEL! INSIST ON LOOKING UNDER. NEATH BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR LIVINGROOM FURNI- JURE. GET THE GENUINE! COME TO L&L! Open Monday Nitts Ufitil 9 AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE-U-WAIT if APPROVED BY INSURANCE COMPANIES * • ROAD SERVICE • PICK UP & DELIVERY FOR QUOTATIONS AND SERVICE INFORMATION CALL THE ALLIED GLASS COMPANY 2641 E. BROADWAY ALTON, ILLINOIS HOward 5-2487 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE WE WILL CHECK YOUR MIRROR AND FURNITURE TOP REQUIREMENTS IN YOUR HOME ALL WORK GUARANTEED. In Observance Of Our 25th Anniversary... Funeral Home From This in July of 1935.. • < . . . Every day we serve new families because oi common knowledge of our fine facilities and our considerate observance of every wish. e Chapel—Designed (or Reverence e Reception Room—For Peace, Comfort and Dignity e Slumber Room*—Appropriate tor Receiving •Friends e Family Room—Designed (or Your Privacy >e Air Conditioned—For Your Comfort • Modern Motor Equipment—Privately Owned To Better Serve You • Spacious Parking Lot—Conveniently Located OUR WAY OF SAYING THANKSI to This in 1960... In 1960... as in 1935... .our door opens upon an atmosphere oi deepest respect to the call of all faiths and the emotions' of all men. Through these 25 years and in years to come we endeavor to build dignity, comfort and beauty into every room of our funeral home. Superior Ambulance Strvic* Highway or Skyway Air Conditioned Ambulances Oxygon Equipped ALTON'S OLDEST AND MOST MODERN... WE ARE GRATEFUL TO YOU- RALPH A. GENT

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