Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 28, 1960
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Section 2 Pages 21*36 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sporf Established January In, 1836 ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY. JULY 28. 1960. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated PlWI Hire Teachers At Bunker Hill ity I'nil District 8 in Biinkrr Hill Mis .lo.M'f Asliln of Gil- Irspir will tr-rich in tiV I'lVmpnt- ary school. Shr formerly taujjht in thr Bunker Hill school. Jay BUNKER HILL - Two new,Cornish of ChicnKo. who is study- teachers have been hired by the W a« Blackburn College at Car- Board of Education at Commun-llinville, has hren hired to teach SCHOOL Opens In Than • Wttks SEW CORDUROYS PAUL'S FABRICS 206 State, Alton 110 N. State Jersey ville in the high school Thr board has accepted the 'resignation of Nelson Russell. Russell has (Hugh! the eighth (ni'title in thr elemental y school for thn past two years. Carl V. Summon?, superintendent of schools, has announced that Ihe following regular and substitute bus drivers have been 'hired for the coming school year: ; Thomas Baker. Orville Bler- •baum. Kdward Bmmmer. Ncal Ford. Albert Kline. Carl Orban. .Jiimcs Hfiy and Harry Scheldt. Summer's also announced that scllmil will o|H'M Sept. 1 Makuh to Teach Course In Russian at Blackburn Ht'NKKM iin.i. - Thr PII- gi-ini r>llowshi|» of the Congregational Church will sponsor » car wash Saturday, .Inly 30. from 9 a.m. to .") p.m. at the church parsonage. Proceeds will be used for the new addition of the Church. Birthday Party BUNKER HILL — Mrs. James Hazel rigg entertained 25 youngsters Monday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Linda, who was six years of age. Games were played and favors were presented lo each youngster. Linda was the recipient of many gifts. .Julius Caesar was born, it is believed, on -July 12. 102 BC. CARLJNVJLLE - "Da" will join ".Ta. Si. Oui and Yes" at Blackburn College this fall as the college offers its first course in beginning Russian. The course will ybe taught by Mike Makuh. Maroupln County superintendent of <«>h<x>ls. M,,• kuh will tench the course 1hrc'> Mfternoons n week, said Dr. Hohert P. I.udlum. president. | "The course reflects the con |lmuine modernization of (In jMhirkburn < urriculum in Imhl I of changing philosophies of ed ucalion and world emphasis Dr. Ludlum said. The course, tu he offered al |4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday of the school semester, 'will be open to residents of |Carlinville and %-icinity as well as to resident students at the college, said Charles O. Gordon, dean of students and registrar. Aren residents desiring to enroll in Ihe course may vio «••!» by railing the registrar MI early September or by registering at the college on Mond.iy MIKE MAKLH or Tuesday. Sept. 19 and 20. Thr class limited to 25 students will lie offered at the regular per- hour tuition rate of the college, he added. 1 Makuh. who resides in Benld. 22.1 Attorn! Dinnrr ot Mcwlo\vl»rook Kirrnipn MKAfXNYBROOK - Approxi mafply 223 persons attended t h e chicken dinner recently sponsored ,hy the Meatlowhrook Fire Dppart- has served as county schools j superintendent for six years.! Prior to assuming that post he; taught in the Benld school sys-i tern. He Is a graduate of Black burn College and received his bachelor's degree from Southern Illinois University. He received his master's degree from the University of Illinois and has completed'work for his dot-- tor of education degree at Teachers College of Columbia I University. He hrfs also studied in Paris. France, and in Mexico las well as at Illinois State Nor- jmal University, the University' j of Washington. Middlebury Col-! jlege. Harvard University, the 'University of Missouri. Music iand Arts University and Ohio • University. He will continue on the Black .bum faculty as special lecturer iin Russian concurrently with his j public school post. Dr. Ludlum said. ment at ttV fire house, it was re-; ported by Fire Chief Albert Simp- j son. Proceeds are used to finance] improvements in the fire house, i Simpson said. | Recently 15 caps and badges were bought for members of the! department. Firemen also built kitchen cabinets in the fire house as part of their improvement program. The fire department will also sponsor a food stand at Bethalto Homecoming. Simpson reported. Member's of the firemen's auxiliary were co-sponsors of the chicken dinner. Auxiliary president is Mrs. Maxine Trosley and J. C. Turner is fire department president Hatt'ielrl Nominating Speech Kept Short CHICAGO (API-Oregon Gov. Mark Hatfield's n o m 1 n at ing speech for Richard M. Nixon was a model of convention brevity- just 290 words. But it cant' compare with the nominating speech for anoUier Republican. Abraham Lincoln. 100 years ago. That took only 26 words. CLEARANCE RHYTHM STIP VeliMtt* Slt.fS '9*V1P FAMOUS MAKES DelmoMttt.RhyHim Sttp $ 1 4 80 S f § SO VohMs to Slt.fS II to lit CASUALS VallrtS tO $12.95 FLATS VolHts to $»,« Town and Country IJU • ••••>*? •• 1*10 All This Season's Stylet and Colon—No Odds and Ends MiUftli Third and Start Sts. HO 5-7531 g + Mallory Hats if Van Htusen Shirts + Clipptr Craft Suits Credit: 30 • 60 - 90 Days BENS SHOP! 3G E. FerKUdon, Wood River 320 Belle Street, Alton i 1662 Washington, Alton 5928 Easton Ave., St. Louis FIVE- DIAMOND GENT'S WEDDING RING With Every Diamond Purchase of $99.00 or More 2 YEARS TO PAY NO MONEY DOWN 4 DIAMOND $135.00 Value '99 M $J.OO Weekly t DIAMOND 1175.40 Value °° MS3 $1.50 Weekly 12 DIAMOND $395.00 Values M59 $1.75 Weekl Free Insurance Policy Costume Jewelry DISCOUNT SALE! • Ntcklaces • Iraeelers • Earrings Pins Your Choice SAMSONITE TRAIN CASE 45 Piece Set MILMAC Unbreokoblt OINNIR. WARE $ 19" Kl.uu Weekly LAST CHANCE TO SAVE OpM Evtry Fridiy ni You Always Save More at Barsoi's Till I P.M. ti U Why fare atuf tilcre People are £fa/tjtin$ at I MANHATTAN I 1 COFFEE! LB. MORRELL BACON 2 GOLD MEDAL! • • • • FLOUR LB. BOX Lbt. YOUR CHOICE OF ONE ITEM ABOVE WITH AN ADDITIONAL $15.00 PURCHASE PORK STEAKS u 39° jMiSji NOW16 OISIZE BONELESS PORK ROASTS . . . 39c WHISTLE PD%/PB^ U. S. INSPECTED OTC • ICTtlC^ WHOLE LI. ^/ BOILED HAM • 85 C GROUND BEEF 3-98 c GOLDEN ORANGE GOODNESS 649 MINUTE STEAKS.. - 85c WIENERS ... 2 89c PORK SAUSAGE BOLOGNA . .3" $1.00 GROUND CHUCK.." 69c 2 u. 49* HOMEMADE LOOSE PEVELY FARMCREST ICE CREAM </2 GAL. 69 DELUXE 51 GAUGE NYLONS 59 Charmin Tissue , . 4 pak 35c Vanity Fair Cleansing Tissue . . , ', t 19c HOME GROWN TOMATOES 3 25 ALL PURPOSE WHITE POTATOES 10 39 CUCUMBERS 29 GR. BEANS 3 29« GR. PEPPERS 3 10' OIL MONTE DINNERS LEMONADE 3 CHIVES . SHRIMP ••••••• OKO 59 C 35< 49 C 89 C Modais $uve «ic , . t>«K. 43c SaranWrap , , ,3^ 65c White Envelopes . 100 '- 30c Ball Point Pens , , , lOc CATSUP COFFEE KRAFT DINNER 2-29* MAXWILL HOUSI INSTANT MILK HOMOOINIUP GRADI A 3 Gals. 87 C STARKIST CHUNK TUNA MIRACLE WHIP 3 Vj NAIISCO COOKIES U, Hi i MIS. HUSIARO App/oi CHOC. CHITS I PICKLES LOIS RAE SWEIT. QT. Where Alton Shops for Quality Foods

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