Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1960 · Page 3
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August 1, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGPAPH PAGE THREE Fined at Jersey Over Water Ski Regulations Bethel BYF Has Swimming Party MEDORA — Thn RYF of the Bflhr! Baptist CJiurrh had swimming party at the pool in Wood Uivpr Friday rvpning. Mrs. HrrscM Fritz rhappronpd t h e youth. Attpnding worr Brurp and JERSEYVTU;E — Additional arrpsts during thf of July 25 in the waters of southwestern .lerseyville roiinty for violation of the Illinois Boat Registration and Safety Art Included two dp- fendants with violating water ski regulations. Both of the defendants were from this area and each was fined 1he minimum fine and costs of $30 for having only one competent person in their boat while towing another Individual Sliipman Women Elect Officers RHIPMAN - Mrs. Vernon Doughty was rp-f)pfted prfsident of Harmony Rnptist Women's Soriety. Other officers will he: Mrs. Lavprne Fenton, vice president ; Mrs. E secretary and Kaufeman, treasurer: Mrs. I/)v ' program: . prayer chairman; Fenton. community Mrs. Earl Shelton, jliam Mrs. Leo chairman; reporter. The July meeting at which the new officers were elected, was held at the Vernon Doughtv Church Hall Up for Sale At Brighton BRIGHTON — St. Alphonsiis Church Hall, located in the bus- |iness district Of Brighton, has 'been put up for sale and bids have been asked for the build : Ing- Two proposals have been ask- jed of prospective buyers. Bidders have been asked to bid on ^he two lots of the hall premises in one offer and the hall proper in another. Offers are to be In the hands of the Rev. Father Charles Englum, pastor, by noon of Aug. 9 and to recruit 10 per cent of the bids. Money will be returned to the unsuccessful bidders. The hall, long used as a meet- ling place by both church, civic 'and other groups, has. of late, 'been the scene of the anqual flower show of Brighton Civic : I/engup but has not been especially useful to St. Alphonsus Parish. The church and rectory are i located almost a mile away on i Highway 67-111. It was said a few months ago at the chancery office of the Catholic Diocese of Springfield that the building had become an Insurance burden to a parish that no longer had any real need of it. ( The parish has bought other: j property closer to the present i church building and rectory. | Announce Birth i BRIGHTON — Mr. and MM I Larry I^ampcrt of Denver, Colo, jam announcing the birth of a son 1 i Saturday ;it Denver. Colo. iGranparrnts are Mr. and Mrs. !Charles I,ampert of Kirkwood. |Mo., and Mrs. Edith Robings land Mrs. Mary Lampert are great-grandparents. ! A single Port Authority now runs Israel's five ports—Haifa, TP! Aviv, Jaffa. Eilat «nd Ash- rtori. •MP^M^ta^^krfMIMMlMHIHHBMMHMHI^HM CUT FLOWERS Floral Arraniimintt l^cbanon is starting a second TV station. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association LKO WIUJS. JR. Alton Floral Phone MO S-4H1 Evening* HO «-86l7 (home. Mrs. l^averne Fenton gave "Good Will." Mrs. Ethel Cox. Mrs. Stella and Miss Ethel Garey Johnson. Roger Davis.;"" water skis. etc. Arrest tiek- ithp Norman Smith. David Bowker, ip <" were issued by Eugene A1-; Roger Reynolds. Gary Short, jlen, county investigator. j Ruth Ann Brooks. Patty and! Enforcement officers of thej^ SS 'T l 7 On Linda Johnson, Jean Reynolds, j niinois Department of Conser-1 D ° Ughty ' Were gUPSlS ' Tossip Smith. Ivation reported Saturday morn-l a . "I"! 1 " 111 " * at ™.. .. . In Veteran', Hospital lng that there has been a big SHIPMAN -- Holland Hubbard 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hub- MEDORA — Charles A. Smith Improvement in the situation,; of Medora. an employe at the j sin ce the enforcement of the act ^ ard wi " recpi y° , a State Hospital, Alton, who be-| b( , Ban mor e than a week ago.Mff , thi f we f f [°™ E . aRt , ern , .^f i Char ' RS Huff of Came ill last work, was taken ! Hoa t R are displaying numbers \ ' to the Veteran's Hospital. Si Louis, where hp remained a pa Mr " and tlent HP will have surgery per- i;lpprove( |: a ,. r . PSSori p S . formed some day this week. on the bow as required and the, , , . , . . , . , ... .lersrvvillr aro thp parents of a vessels hove been equipped with! / . . „_ ' ., „ . . . „_ ., „ . [Son born July 27. Mrs. Huff IS i . , .. , ,, j ,. sthe daughter of Mr. and Mrs Birthday Celebration Now that television has come to 1 Laverne Isringhausen and a MEDOKA - Mr. and Mrs. Northern In-lnnd. ministers are'granddaughter of Mrs. Mildred Paul Gorham entertained with a invcMghinK against its "low mor- j Crocker of Shipman. birthday supper Thursday eve als " Rev. W. E. Davey, of Urney. | Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Dossett en- ning. honoring their youngest wiys minds are being poisoned by jtertained guests at noon Thurs daughtcr. years old Paula, who Supper guests was 12 the pornographic garbage of so-|day for dinner. Guests were Mr. wereicalled "modern" authors. iand Mrs. Benton Rawlings and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith and son.j Other guests in the evening w ereiovpr at the home of daughters, Mrs. Milo Neist and daughters of East Alton, Mrs. Lester Ames and daughter, Cottage Hills and Mrs. Charles Phe- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Moo ,,, and her brother, Earl Richey Sr. Mrs. family. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Parton is a missionary home on Quirk and Donna, Miss Alice furlough /rom India ' Ian and daughters of Bethalto. Quirk and Marie Hilyard. Mr. and Mrs. George Voor-i Thursday evening the Dossett Weekend In Iowa tlpos Hnri family left Saturday family entertained with a barbe- MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. for tn( ' ir home at Houston, Tex., cue supper and guests were: Kenneth Sanders left Friday to aft<1 '' K visit witn nis father, D. ;Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Dossett, spend the weekend in Iowa City, w - Voorhws, and Mrs. V o o r- Gillespin. Miss Patty Dossett, Iowa, with Mr. and Mrs. Rob- npps - Alton, Glen Strohbeck, Brighton ert Sanders. They will also visit Miss Susan Jackson of Jack- and the Orson Blaylock family. the Rev. and Mrs. Phi! Shivelv sonville was a weekend guest of, Eugene Travers, Paul Woolsey in that city. The Rev. Shively is ^ Iiss Jani p Rhine ;and Thomas Connors Jr., are Congregational youth counselor; Miss Cathy Lowis spent sever- 1 spending a vacation in California. at Iowa state university. Mrs. ' al davs in AIton visiting with| Mr. and Mi-s. Floyd Wiltshire Shively is the lormer M i s s lher cousin, Miss Janice Lewis, [and son spent the weekend at Nancy Strablow of the Medora, Arnold Dehne entered Carlin- ; Havana with Mr. and Mrs. Udell area. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sand- lvillp Area Hospital Friday forJMeyers. ers exfjects to ivtum to Jack- observation and treatment. ; Sister John Edward and Sister gonvillp Aug. 10. '' t>l(> ^h' sm °f Valdosta, Ga.,'Mary l-*ona of Springfield are Medoni Noten s l x ' nl several days here with his. visiting with the former's fath- MEDORA — Mrs Alice Par- niother. Mrs. Selina Chism. ier, Edward Schwab, and family. ton and daughter, Miss Carol, Mrs - George Saathoff returned; The Rev. and Mrs. David came up from Alton and visited home Sunday to Litchfield, af-; Packard and daughter have had -- .......... - - - • • - — ter visiting her sister, Mrs. May as their house guests his brother | Reed. jand family, Mr. ajjd Mrs. Richi Mrs. Lillian Day of Alton vis-jard Packard of North Bay, Mich. ;ited several days with Mr. and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fray jMrs. David McKee Sr. j Thomas and family of Omaha, | Mr. and Mrs. Elrey WidamaniNeb., are visiting his parents, jand family, Mexico, Mo., were Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Thomas, PAY ALL VOL'K BILLS IN ONE PLACE BUDGET SERVICE 821 EMt Broadway HO 5-8113 guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ewin. and his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skaggs. OPEN TONITE TIL 9 be fashionably fitted by our figure expert, Lynn Thomas Let Miss Thomas, a trained corsetiere, show you how you can look smart as a model. Meet her in our store Monday till 9 P.M. Tuesday, Wednesday 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. for long-lined control Char mode Nu-Back All-in-One Regularly 6.98 588 A miracle of lightweight comfort with its sliding Nu—Back that adjust* automatically as you sit or bend! Cotton mesh with nylon and rubber leno elastic panels. White. Sizes 33 to 46. j Cooler, More Comfortable Nu-Back Girdle Reg. 4.98 444 Now! Enjqy heavenly "air-conditioned" comfort plus a trim figure with this side hook, all cotton mesh girdle. White. In waist sizes 26 to 38. ••Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back" A I TON Jrfi?£?i AL1U3I H05.MU DOWNTOWN ALTON Barleffs Qualify Stores WILSHIRE VILLAGE EAST ALTON FLORSHEIM SHOES selected styles NONA/ regularly $ 19.95 to $ 26.95 CASH * CMAftQE * LAY-AWAY P. N. HIRSCH ALTON PLAZA • WILSHIRE VILLAGE NORTH ALTON SHOPPING CENTERS MONDAY SPECIAL OPEN TONIGHT TILL SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS An Array o/ Sfy/es and Co/ors/ Some Wash 'n Wear. Sizes; S thru XL $1.59 Values 99 MEN'S WALKING SHORTS Wide Assortment of Fabrics—Styles! $ 1.00 - '2.00 MEN'S SWIM SUITS Large Variety in Boxer—Briefs and Reversible*. Plaids and Solid Colors. Sizes: S (bra XL $3.00 $ Values 1.00 «,^ < ** M K»M^^^ MEIT SPORT PUTS CALYPSO HOBBY JEANS/ Most AH Sizes $ 1.44 Pair BOYS' 420 NYLON JEANS fortified with DuPont 420 Nylon, Giving Up To 70% More Wear—Sanitized—Color Fail Sizes: 6 to 16 $2.50 Value C Early Back-to-Sehool * Special! 1.98 SELECTED STYLES Width A to D Sizes 7 to 13 Final Reduction I $O99 and $799 $Q95 $ Regularly O to 95 MID SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE! NATIONALLY ADVERTISED — GREATER REDUCTION MEN'S SUITS-SLACKS-SPORT SHIRTS STRAW HATS-SWIM WEAR-SOCKS ALL AT GREAT SAVINGS. EARLY SHOPPERS WILL GET THE BEST SELECTIONS. DON'T DELAY! Quality Stores Ladies' SHORTS-SPORTSWEAR All Ladies' Merchandise Priced Eight lor Quiet Setting. All sizes but not in every sfyl* $ 2.00»'4.00 ALL SUMMER PIECE GOODS! FABRIC CLEARANCE Values to 59c Values to 79e 3 - '1 58 C » Values to $1.39 &«. Specials On Sale Monday Night till 9 P.M. only! SHOP TONIGHT TILL 3 P.M. AT ALL NIR80H SHOPPING OUTER ITOIU

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