Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1960 · Page 8
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July 25, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAQEfiOMT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Godfrey Girl Selected Miss Wilshire Mall EAST ALTON—A crowd of girls contest were: .fan Mar- Bpfroxlmately §00 spectators; tin. Shirley Kania. Ruth Wil- turned out Saturday night toiliams. Judy Otltis and Roseann tee Pam Soper. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Soper, Oifazza. The contest was promoted to Stiiten drive. Godfrey, crowned coincide with the grand opening "Miss Wilshire Mall" and De-iof the Superior Carpet Store and ntac Thorp win the title of the Wilshire Pharmacy in the "Little Miss Wilshire Mall" at j center. the shopping center here. ' A ribbon-cutting ceremony for The first annual contest was j the two stores and the East Al- tmceed by Edward Kttzmiller'.toP Public Library, now located Jr., proprietor of the area Sa-|in the center, took place Fri- lonn of Edward, and John N.I flay when representatives of rfones of the Alton Telegraph 1 each store, the library board advertising department. lof directors and Mayor Chariest Second place in the "Miss 1 VMnpreter were present. . Wilshire Mall of 1960" contest! Both A > Torr «- manager of was won by Connie Luening, ;»** Wilshire Pharmacy, and daughter of W. D. Luening. 350 S. Ninth St., Rosewood Heights, and third place by Miss Carlls Switzer. Denise Thorp, 3, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlosv Thorp of 265 E. Ferguson Ave., second place in the "Little Miss Contest" was wcJn by Cynthia Barnes, 5. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Barnes. 1213 Cardinal Dr.. Rosewood Heights, and third by Stephanie Yankovich, 4, daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yankovich, Rt. 1, Bothalto. A total of 67 girls from 3 to 6 years of age were entered in the contest, but only 62 appeared on the stage. Other entrants in the older How's the 'view from the driver's seat in your carT Ansel and Ray Graves of Superior Carpet Co. reported large i crowds for the grand opening weekend. ' Auto Collisions At Wood River WOOD RIVER-Dale Bartels, 111 E. Hawthorne Ave.. Hart- fard, Was arrested for careless driving early Sunday morning when his car.struck a railroad crossing arm on West Ferguson. A two-car collision between autos of Leo Thompson, 120$ Main, Belleville.. and Rosana Sercey, 27 E. Ferguson, was reported to police Sunday. Thomas Bales, 3831; Nameoki road, Granite City, reported to police Saturday night that his car was struck by another that sped away on Route 159 near the Relax Club. Bales and his wife were on theti- way to Minnesota for a vacation when they were struck from behind by a dark, late [model car. The impact knocked I the Bales' auto from the roart lit Wisconsin PiasalndiansGainPlaces in Variety of National Events Roxana Cubs Have Pitiewtroil Derby ItOXANA - Cub Scouts of Pack 25 had their annual Pinewood Derby Saturday at Belk Park, conducted by Cubmaster George Arnold. Prizes were won by Clark Tedrick. first; and David Howard, second. Judges were Don Fitzgerald, Dean Harrellson and Allen McVey. starter. v Mtd-Adult Cla«« ROXANA — The Mid-Adult class of the First Baptist Church will have a, potlunk supper at Kendall Hill Tuesday,.beginning nt 5:30 p.m. Visit Parents Piasa Indians Baton and Dtum Corp* returned to Alton eafly this morning from South Mllwmifcw, WIs., after competing in the National Baton fwlrlerK Assn. competition, where they placed ftxitttr in competition with other stale champions afld runners up front all over the United States. The drum section of the corps.! composed of six young men from j the Alton-Edwardsville area, woni the national championship for thei color' MONDAY, JULY 23, I960 — in—*- African Violet Club To Meet Wednesday WOOD RIVER—The* Rosewood j African Violet Club will discuss participation in the ttate vtolet booth at the State Fair, Wednesday, meeting jt the Alton home of Mrs. C. P, Edsall, 2944 iHlllcrest Ave. Mrs. Homer Graves, presi- Idfeflt, announced new program books will be distributed. Mrs. Mike Mikoff will assist with [general arrangements. AT BETHALTO million program to complete the automation of its telephone!. second successive year, guard of the corps placed urday and placed sixth. Sunday the corps competed in the Kenosha round-up in Kenosha, Wis., and placed second. The Piasa Indians have received ROXANA - Mr. and Mrs. many | ol . a | state anr j national ti- iChurles Gaines and children,, tles They. 1 were awarded second Debby and Steven of Blooming-1 place in the sta te competition held ton, have returned to their in Aurora durlng thr , week of Ju ij (home afler spending the partly and {lrst place ,„ lhe marchll1R ship, Lenlnogorsk le t °*»«JJJ week with Mrs. Games' parents.! ^petition held by the American Afrk;a Sundu ' »'* ht loaded ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Relchert of Leglon ln Alton. July 17. W. Third street. WCTU Meets at South Roxana Church The next trip will he to Chica go Aug. 20 where they will par- BEAUTY CONTEST WINNERS Pam Soper. standing second from second place, and Carlls Switzer, third, left, was crowned "Miss Wilshire Mall" Winners of the "Junior Miss win-M** Saturday night at the mall shopping center in East Alton by. Janice Lee Dabbs, "Miss Wood River Township." Commie Luening, standing left, won Mall" contest, from left, seated were: Denise Thorp, Cynthia Barnes and Stephanie Yankovich.—Staff Photo. | tlcipate in the American State i competition. They will also try to jretairi their Riverview Champion- asn ' | ship which they have held lor the SOUTH ROXANA — The past two years. They will also go Women's Christian Temperance* to Detroit and compete in the Na- Union met Thursday afternoon , tlonal VFW Girls Drill Corps at the First Southern Baptist competition. Two members of the 'Church and Mrs. x Allie Baxter j local group will compete in the ii-ead devotionals. Special music VFW National Solo Twirling Com- I was rendered by Mrs. Edna | petition. iChapman. accompanied by Mrs.) Fred Longshore. The program consisted , ------articles from the magazine |end. It was also discussed to Union Signal given by Mrs. [sponsor a speech contest in the Dorothy Magee and Mrs. Ray (tell- __ ____ Wood River Eastern Panoramic windshields ffor All'Cars. We install windshields and car windows quickly. LYONS GUM Co., 8400 Belle. Dial HO 2-2781 and in the confusion Bales mi failed to get a license number. | Stars Meet Tuesday of WOOD RIVER—Members the Order of Eastern Star meet at 10 ajn. Tuesday at the, a '^ 12,000 at Wood River Pool in Week WOOD RIVER—Howard Oet-| Masonic Temple for an all-day session to make cancer dressings and pads. A sack lunch will be served at noon. White and pastel materials are badly needed, Mrs. Charles Corzine Sr., worthy matron, reports, and any contributions may be delivered to the temple or brought to the meeting. Alternate Delegate WOOD Roxana Scout at Colorado Jamboree ROXANA—Bill Collman. son, of Mr. and Mrs. William Coll- A $15 million oil refinery hs .planned for Vigo Bay. Spain. of, _. pALSE TEETH ting, Wood River pool manager, reported that attendance for last week was 12,500. This brings the year's total to 51,500—about 4,500 swimmers were at the pool over the weekend. I We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. NATIONAL'S MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY. VALUES! PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY, JULY 27 50 FREE EAGLE STAMPS With Coupon Below When You Purchase Any One Pound or More Of National's GROUND BEEF 50 FREE EAGLE STAMPS With Coupon Below When You Purchase Any One Half Pound or More of Wafer i ' Sliced Bone BOILED HAM ™. u family, 256 Seventh St.. i man of Doe IT avenue, is at-fruit juice, booth at the Dad's Saturday en route to Chicago'tending the Fifth National Jam-i cltfb homecoming next week- to attend the Republican con-jboree of Boy Scouts of America Victor /Herman conducted the business meeting, at which, Here to a p , eMa nt w»y to overcome time it was decided to meet to loose plate discomfort. PA8TBETH, .. . ,. __..._i--._, :_,t_oj an Improved powder, iprtnkled on tne nomes 01 memoers instead < upper and lower plates holds them of at the various churches. | ftnnerjo that^w ft- «y. com- ! So it was decided to have a! taste or feeling It's alkaline (nonacid ). Dues not sour Check" "plate odor breath" Get FA8TEETH todal at driMr-eoiintem everywhere. vention as an alternate dele-j a t Revers J. Diamond Ranch gate. Mrs. Ricks wiU return to| a t Colorado Springs, Colo., for Wood River and will be met here by her husband for a week- two weeks. There are 37 Boy Scouts and three leaders from end visit at the Miner home, the Piasa Bird Council among Their son, James, is spending two weeks in baseball camp at those attending. Bill was formerly a member Hunnewell, Mo. The Ricks are| O f Boy Scout Troop 25, spon- former Wood River residents. I sored by the Roxana Rotary Because of threatened boycotts ] Club, and has now joined an | of South African products in Britain, Cape Town.canceled a proposed trip of mannequins to England to advertise the Union's fashion industry. Explorer Troop. Next Saturday the Scouts will appear on Herb Shriner's Wide Wide World which will be seen locally on television. TV U. S. No. 1, Homt Grown, White, POTATOES Redeem TW» Couppn for 60 Free Eagle Stamps When you purchase any one pound or more ol National's GROUND BEEF Redeemable at Any National hood Store. Offer t*plre» Wed. Nile. July 27. WHb Ttau Coupon Redeem TbU Coupon for 60 Free Eagle Stamps •When you purchase one-half pound or more of Wafer Sliced Bone BOILED HAM •mmmm&T ft Aw N«UowJ food Storo. OffvrEipire* wwJ. Nile, July »7. TIDE CHEER TIDf OR 2 fJ-50 purt'lia^t or more. at any Nauonai r' ,,, B. Otter expire* Wednesday Nile, July 27th. IJmit one cuupon to a customer. Only 5 More Days To Enter WIN «600 00 in Prizes! in the TELEGRAPH'S Big RECIPE CONTEST - Enter as many classifications as you wish, but there's more opportunity in the classifications , below where fewer recipes have been entered: 1. Outdoor Cookery 2. Fish & Poultry 3. Vegetables & Soups 4. Meats Don't Delay- Seud entries now, to: Cook Book ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Box 298 ALTON. ILL. HAY-FEVER Pollen Allergy Sufferers Here's good rnn* tot roul E«ciu«rre new "hard core" SYNA- CLEAR Deconcestant tablet* act aMtaaHy and oootmuousiy to drain and dear all na«al-«im« cvritiaa. Oaw "hard core" tablet (ivea up to S hours relief from p*m and pressure of congestion. Allows yem to breathe eaarty--«tops watery eyea and runny nose. Yew can buy SYNA-CLEAR at >our favorite drug counter, without peed fot a preacnpopn. Saosfacttoo (uaranteed by maker. Try it today. f ^ AT ALL' THRIFTY DRUB STORES TRIAT TOUMELF TO Ticking Wwhed of God at 7:80 p.m Soviet Ship Taking Supplies to (Ion go sugar and 300,000 cans of con SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL! 329 State St. "The Mott in Dry Cleaning \m Uses MAKE IT A FAMILY NIGHT! A. I P. Food Stores , 411, PlBM •iedermon htrnitwo 102-204 Pi*s» Carson Jewelry •u w. SMI Franklin Union Furniture 300 C. Broadway Gorrett Furniture 16 W. Broadway tot W. Srd W.T. 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