Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 28, 1960
Page 14
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THURSDAY, JULY 2*. 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAUL MFllkftui Hartford Pastor and Wife Honored on Anniversary Grimsleys Top Wood River Meet EAST ALTON - Mike and Kevin Orimsley, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Orimsley, 405 Cohb paced the field in the East Alton Playground's Track and Field events July 22, with three and flvf firsts respectively. Mike Orimsley competed in the 13-15 year old class and Won the baseball throw, 75 yard HARTFORD — Approximately 75 attended the mid-week prayer services st the Methodist Church Wednesday evening and aftfnvards surprised the pastor. the Rev. and Mrs. R. K. George, ion their 22nd \veddlng anniver- jsary with a party afterwards. j Mrs Guy Palmer. Mrs. Claude Turner and Mrs. Bemell Cald- jwell. j In addition to the anniversary 'party, members gave a food shower for the family and a i combined reception for Sweet Heads Optimist Club Church Claw Meets; I Heights of MRS. Bette Worker. '612 Brookwood I>r. Clothing for Hartford At Wood River Tonight lchfld ™ °"« *U* **"? <!**! e ,.^.^4^. collected and wfl be r year. The couple have rhildren, the Rev. Ricky George, also a Methodist minister who has his own church, and three daughters Connie, Nancy and Jeanne. A duet entitled "Sweeter As The Yearn Go By" was sung hy Mr. and Mrs. Bernell Caldwell and dedicated to the couple on their anniversary. Plan to Beautify Hartford Park 75 yard dash', broad jump. Jump and shot put in the 9-12 year class. Other winners in the 13-15 year bracket were: Melvin Bunting, 50 yard dash; and Harry Bellum, football throw, broad jump and high jump. Winners in the 9-12 year class were: Jack Jamerson, baseball throw, and Jim Huff, football throw. The badminton tourney will start today and archery and washers toiniif.vs ylalrd for Friday. Auxiliary Mwttn* HARTFORD - At a meeting EAST ALTON -The East Al- of the Historical Society Tuesday ton American Legion Auxiliary, at (nc Q( nt vValker Park, the Post 794 will meet today at 7:30 historical sites committee was p.m. at East Alton Legion. authorized to meet Saturday for Girls stater, Lydia Holder will tne p urpOfie of building a base for give her report and her mother, tnp p.,^ anc j to beautify the Mrs. Willie Holder, will be a;,,.,^ hy planting evergreens and guest. The history of the Auxil- p PrPnn j n ] flower*, lary will be Riven by historian. Members also approved the Mrs. Charles Smith Jr. ,i|>poiiitmcMt of a finance committee by the president, the Rev. R. K. George to promote ways and means to inn-ease the financial status of the organization. Each committee was ask WOOD RIVER - Two women "1 to meet individually prior to were treated and released from the August meeting of the or- Wood River Township Hospital gani/ation. and work out their after they suffered minor injur- basic aims arid objectives and ies in a two-car collision at Ed- report back at that time. A wen- wardsvllle mad and Eaton Wed- er roast and picnic supper for nesdsy ; members and their families pre- Mrs.' Milfoi-d J. Rodrirk. 611 reded the regular meeting. Third St.. complained of a head- visit In Virginia ache and loss of use of one leg. HARTFORD — Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Edith T. Lyons of the s,me pau) P | ufTlmer O f uj j.;. E| m address complained of chest and S( have rP turned home from a neck pain and a severe he;id- tnp {Q Virginia were they visited ache. Both were passengers in , hpir son> Norman Da ie, who it, the Elroy E. Wingerter auto. stationed wit h the U.S. Army Wingerter, 1489 Williams, was al Fort j^ Va traveling west on Edwardsville p;iuinmer 'who took his basic road when he stopped to make a\ tcalnin at Fort Leonard Wood, left turn onto Eaton. David Wie-j Mo ^ ier enlisting in February gand. 601 Monroe, East Alt(mi o{ ^ year, has been in Virginia was behind Wingerter when the Jf>r fjvp weeks He w|11 leave Two \\ oniPii Hurt In ^X'ooil River (>a*h WOOD RIVER — Kenneth Sweet «-BS Installed president of the \Voofl River Optimist Club Tuesday night in the Comet Restaurant. Other officer-s Installed for the 1960. - 61 year were: Herman 'Hoover, first vice pi-psident: Leland Scogglns, second vice president: Cecil Ncunaher. secretary- ,trfHsurer and Tony Zolner, sergeant at arms. Installed as directors were.: Marvin Mallory. Wayne Stevens. Fred Taylor, Neunaber and B. L. Dugger. Gene Steinberg, of St. Louis, past state Optimists lieutenant- governor and current chairman of Boys Work at Optimists International, served as Installing officer and was guest speaker. Committee chairman appointed were: C. W. Stevens, publicity; Mallory, Fund Raising; Neunaber, scrap book; Zolner, boys work; Carl Smith, programs; Art Lindsay, membership; Alan Stuart, life memberships: Stevens, civic road signs: Dugger, attendance; Everett Harrington, sick and flower committee; Neunaber. bowling; Stuart, Belk Memorial Park. Announcement of the District 8 quarterly meeting Friday and Saturday in Hotel Stratford, Alton, was made by the new pres- lident. Hurt In Fall WOOD RIVER — Claud Thurman, 1160 Beaumont, Alton, was admitted to Wood River Township Hospital at 4:20 p.m. Wednesday for an injury to his left shoulder. , Thurman" slipped on a rug and sustained the shoulder injury and a small laceration to his 'head. and refreshments were served hy Mrs. Ferguson, assisted by MrtMay Party Miss Vickie Wadeking. .are being collected MM wll be, HARTFORD - Fire Chief and. Attending were: Suzanne Hard, WOOD RIVER - TJte Feflow-ipacked for shipping to the Grun-l Mrs Cvril Fer K« sf " 1 ° f S. OlivejDoreen Monger, Rhonda Peek, ship Class trill meet at 7:30 p.m. dy Mountain Mission at the meet- st - entertained with a birthday.Stcnhenia Ferguson, Paul Bur- today at the First Church of ing. party Tuesday afternoon at their rough, Marylen Barry, Elizabeth L ' ! — their daughter,iMcGrew, Carla Calvert, the hon ored guest's Immediate family played during;and Miss Wadeking. Loyal Ladies Class meet- Overpeck, Mrs. Bemadine Cox, ing also has been postponed and and Mrs. Mable Burton are in j s scheduled for Aug. 11 in the .^ charge of arrangements. form of a fi:'!0 p.m. potlurk sup- Cheryl. 10. Gam " of coast of North and 7:30 p.m. respv.c.ively Mon- Husbands will "br guests. day at the church followed by a joint meeting at 7:30 p.m. Mary Dodge, who wrote "Hans The meeting of the Dorcas Cir- Brinker." was not a native of cle has been postponed to Aug. Holland, but was born in Amer- 9 to meet at the Rosewood ica. hotlow WILSHIRE CARD-GIFT SHOP f FRAMED PICTURES /2 OFF! SUMMER JEWELRY 1 /2 OH! SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! / '•> JULY 29-30 FtlDAY.SATURDAT On the Sidewalk & Parking Lot GLASSWARE - PLACE MATS On Sale! Trl-Olty Oroo, Oo, In conjunction with Wllshlro JULY 29-30 PRIDAY.SATURDAY On the Sidewalk and Parking Lot! SLICED ha VIM SHOFHNO CENTER BIRKSHIRI BLVD. - IA*T ALTON: ONCE A YEAR! there July 29 for Vaihigen. Germany. Home From Trip HARTFORD — Mrs. John .lei-man and son. Glen flay. John and Cliffic of W. Third street. accident occurred. Wiegand was arrested on a charge of "careless driving" and will appear before. Police Magistrate Thornton J. Lancaster July 30 at 2 Smith At Baseball Ounp nave returned home from a visit WOOD RIVER — Van R. with Mrs. Jerman's parents, Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.;Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly, of Dean R, Smith. 718 Condit. is j Brownsville. Tenn. Nearly 246 million telephone calls are made on the average 1 day in the United States. a three-week session at Art Gain* baseball camp, Hun. newell, Mo. \mm$ JULY 29.30 PMOAY-SATUtDAY On the Sidewalk Mid Parking Lot! Vinyl Wall Finish PAINT SPECIAL White KM, $5.95 • COLOR ADDED JOR IBc ADDITIONAL PER GAL. WHILE QUANTITY LASTS! PAINT PAN ROLLER SET fcPJEOE STRAINER SET tog. $1,49 LPlm Sittinf UOTENWARE Pink, Turquotae y«Uow. B»f. U8.W 100% LATIX WHITI LAIIL PAINT $A.ff V ftr Gal. PYRIX PIC DISH R*9. 39e tl*tM .. Z°C Special/ BROWN EARTHEN WARE WILSHIRE PAINT AND HAMDWARC DIAL Ci 4*2110 Entire Stock of $1 and Up FRIDAY and SATURDAY ALTON PLAZA WILSHIRE VILLAGE CHECK THE ADS! BARGAINS UNBEUEVAB IVIRY NIQNT TILL NINE! Everything is Moved OUTDOORS! On the | Sidewalk and Parking Loll J Two Big Day*! Hroivse fi Around qnd Yon 9 11 Buy! FRIDAY-SATURDAY JULY 39*0 WILSHIRE VILLAGE BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCtA'

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