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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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MONDAY, AUGUST 1, IfiGO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGEKU'E Tun Break-In* Rrjmrterl to $10 Taken | Urbana Man Steals Show At Riverside Drive-In — Break-In* rpported during the wekend at a home near Edwardsvtllp and ,1 tavern on the outskirts of Granite City were invesligatpd hy thp sheriff's office Deputies Harold Bradshnw and MHI Bess were dispatched at 1 a.m Sunday tn the Elmer Sep. "mkr into the Riverside Drive- BnmwJ ^^ ^ ^ ^ meyrr home on Kduardsvillc fn of Ralph Ryrd in Hive.-side southwestern chapter of the route 4. when the family returned'Park early today. Police learn- Illinois Gladiolus Society staged "".I/" " Vf '- hm "- "•wn.T to findi p(1 nf thp hm . RlM1 . v whnn PHU , a light burning in the homp and ... ... ... ' . . .. Ixither of the Alton Ixv-k* staff , (p|pphon n d al 9:15 am at re-l An estimated $lf) In change was obtained by an intnider who broke fn of Of Gladiolus Society KD\VARDSVIU,K Bob Sprir,- pings. F.ast St. Louis: ffi! "her kip of L'rbana. literally "stole earden." Mrs. Melvln Schien. the show" here Sunday with seven championships in the 15th Fast Alton: <1\ "vneatlon time." Mrs. l-;ugene Schmidt. Fdwards- ville; (81 "children's hour," Miss a glass pane in the reai door broken. Nothing \\as roported missing in the home Al the Zarnnmni Tavern at Pon toon Beach near Granite- City, thieves broke a window Saturday night to enter the kitchen and then forced a door to HIP barroom,,box where they helper! themselves to had about $500 worth of liquor, cig- aiettes awl alxiul $10 in r ; ( sh. ,\ ' n <no Madison County Court- h "" RP - Sprinkle's gladiolus. "Landmark." uon grand cham- . . , .. , pionship of he show, as we as park attendant who ,hampion amateur spike. In quest of a saw a door of (he business place i addition Sprinkle won cham standing ajar Byrd arrived at P'"n spike in the open division, drive-in shortly after |>olice. ' hampion 3-spik shortly was found after that a reserve longest flower complete Inventory of the loot uas to be Hlpd later today with the sheriff's office In the tavcin operator, Krank Xamaroni ASK FOR DELICIOUS the and it was found that a juke Pion. spike with and an amusement machine head, all m the oppn been forced oppn. and coin and champion award boxes emptjpd. A cigarette vend special all-Amertcan table. ing machine wa« found damaged '" 'lie amateur division. in an attempt to break hut the coin receptacle tact. Knlrancc had been Bill into it, Mar^hman of Rockport. Ill . won was in- "'P achievement aw Hid and made champion longnst (lower head DONUTS by forcing a 'window. Subseo;uent- ly police learned that the break in had been diseo\-ered by Houard .Jones of '.',W •• Washington Ave. while he was spraying some trees in the park. On a routine patrol on Alby street at '.',: l.'i a .in. today a |x>lice- man saw a man run from the Midget Market premises on K. 17th street, near Alby. He left ills cai In pursii'' on Imil. hut the man eluded him in the darkness. Mrs. Eugene Schmidt nf Kd- wardsville uon championship m arrangement and Mi«. C. V,. Kads of Granite City won championship smallest floret. Open division championship*. in addition to the Sprinkle en tnes, u ere: (". \V. Ov\ens ol Kast SI. I,ouis. achinvement ;i\\aid. basket. grand champion .Vspike and smallest open I'oiet: fete Shue Champaign. III., best recent introduction and (91 "Sweet Hour of Prayer. Mrs Kugcne Schmidt. The show included 1.000 entries from Illinois. Indiana, Missouri and Michigan. Hospital News KMVARDSVILLE TWO ar»n residents were admitted to St. ham- -'""Pph's Hospital. Highland, during the past weekend Three division. Patients were discharged, for the Admitted: diaries Modene Sr . Glen Carbon: Denny Me. \eah. L'.j St. Andrews. Dicharged: Francis Ixiwry. 1410 \. Second; Mrs. Frances Foerhkalb. 109 Springer; Le- Kny Roper 12 ("ircle Dr. FRESH DAILY * Glaze if Long Johns At Your ZHZ Independent Grocers Two other police cars were call- ui'c-l open floret: Homer Marti, erl but search of the area was K'luai dsvillc. best seedling: uithoi.il rcMili. Investigation fail- Richard and .lames Jennings, ed to ivvcal an.v tampering with I'-- 1 * 1 St. I/HJK. novice cham- the store building. pi'm-hip: Charles Jpnnings. EiM Shortly br-fore midnight police - Louis mayor's trophy la •-coined the aiea near State and M"' (i ial award for members of Bluff after a resident of the lllf ' '" f '»l chapter i; Mike Zyppl- neighborhof)d. from his jwrch. ''''». Collinsvillc. green thumb sav, 1 a man run fiom Irving champion' Gary \iiei nbereer. School playground. No trace was Kduardsvile. Kivianis pntry. had of thp sup|x>sed "prowler." First place winners in the t •— Jfrrant'efticDI class «-ere: '1» "haliy's arri\al." Mrs. ('. K. I-.'ads. Grajiite City: i'j' "prom date." Mrs. ('. \V. Ovsens. Kast St. IxjMis: i^i "bride's table." Mrs. Virginia Kaufhold. Belle>'ille: '-|i "l"xni voyage," Mrs. J. S. Laureni-e, Kast Alton: |'5i "at home," Charles Jen- Te Deum to Hear Father Bowdern The Rev. Thomas S. Bowdern. S..I. professor of education of Ror-khiirst College. Kansas City. Mo., will address the Te Deum "ladies night" meeting Wednesday at 6:.'{() p.m. in Mineral Spring'- Hotel, speaking on "To Much Red in Latin America." Father Bowdern recently completed 50 years as a .Jesuit priest. He received a bachelor of arts degree in 1915 and a master of art-; in scholastic GODWIN OFFICE SLPPLV, INC. CREDIT ( \/(>\ GRADUATE James T. Schiirit-hl (left), (i'il K. 15th St., Alton, m-Hves congratulations from H. Vance Austin, managing director of the Credit In ion National Association (Cl'XA), after completing a three-year course for career credit union personnel at University of Wisconsin in Madison. Schuricht, assistant to the manager of the Olin Employes Credit Union in East Alton, \vas graduated Friday, July 29. Worden Mayor Given Job V' In County Scat Office KD\VARDSVILI,K Pro Tern- Miss Luner. back on the job . pore Circuit Clerk Eugene Berg- , odav on r .,. uU . n es after suffer- philosophy in hot , of U ' 1)f(d Rivp| . torta> an . 1917 from St. noum-ed the promotion ol Miss Louis Univer- Catherine sity. He has had Rev. Bowdem education during ing a leg fracture on a vacation trip to the Rockies, has served to the chip} as a deputy in the circuit clerk's deputyship in his office and ap- off,, p for more than 25 years, of Luner a pointment of \Vorden Mayor she re^ide- long career in vvilliam Jenkins as a deputy in she was which he tnf > office. | loff , 0 tric taught at St. Ignatius High boo I. Chicago, for several of (.'.uts Hand on MILLERS' MUTUAL INSURANCE Serving You Since 1877 Office, Dial HO 5*5551 Al Vour Service Mont insurance policies look alike ... but remember when you buy insurance protection it'» the service you K«-t with the policy that determines the best dollar in- vfMrnent. Call the Sales Representative neare-t vou today. Insurance /or Your Auto, Home. Business CHECK OUR PACKAGE PLAN FOR HOME OWNERS PETE LAMM HO 2-7802 OBVOULE C. WEST Btfw. 2(72 Collect WILBUR MARCH HO 2-5M1 TOM MARtJLlS HO 24448 JACK BAGIJDV HO 3-5784 pital after incurring a cut on his s years and was on the staff Ixiyola University. Chicago. Hr studied theology in the Allto Horn Rill" School of Divinity of St. Louis v University from 1922-26. In No-' P ° llr ' e 1(?Hnleri al 1: « «•». vember. 1924. he was ordained Sunday that Sheldon Trout. 30. to the priesthood in St. Louis. ;° f l '-~ '"-• Kim St.. had been re- He received his Ph.D. in Ed- r 'Pived for-emergency treatment ucation in 1936. ; "V a doctor at St. Joseph's Hos- In December of 1943 he was installed for a two-year term as president of Creighton versity. In 1947 he was appointed director of the Sodality of Our Lady travelling summer school of Catholic action. I Father Bowdern's travels have taken him all over Southern Europe, through all the 43 states, in most of the provinces of Canada and also into Latin America. On one occasion he made an inspection trip into Mexico in disguise "as a married man with four children." In 1957 Ii.' made an extended tour of Ail Central America and centra! Mexico. Father Bowdern's name appears in Who's Who In Ameri«•<>. Who's Who in the Western at Collinsville. promoted by Berg- chief deputyship he vacated May 1 upon his appointment hy .judges of the circuit court to serve out the unexpired lerm of the late veteran clerk, Simon Kellermann Jr., which expires in December. Jenkins, mayor of Worden the pri>t 11 years, recently resigned after 12 years' employment at Oil Co. refinery at Wood to launch a contracting business for home construction work He is Democratic chairman of the 23 townships corn- end" section prising the "east the of the county. his Miss Luner hief said left hand from the horn ring in Uni- his automobile. Some sutures | were applied to close the lacera- ition. Trout, according to • report, inadvertently caught ,„„ Mjss Umer (he new hand on the horn ring when d , in thc ,, le ,. k . s ffi making a sharp turn with his todav she suffpred a Car ' _ _ of her right leg in a fall Jul\ Italy's U million tourists in 1959 2;i wllile " n a vacation sigh' boosted its shop sales substantial- sneir "- r "''P '» "if mountains ly. west of Denver. Colo. She first became a deputy in the office Hemisphere. Leaders in KduiM- as an appointee of thc late tion and Religious Leaders ot Circuit Clerk Simon Kellerman America. j,.. un Sept. 15, 1934. are you 1. Saving for Future Security? or 2. Borrowing to purchase your home? 3. or BOTH It mokes no difference at PIASA FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAM ... You ore an E. I. P. (Extremely Important Person), Why wait any longer - - - transact your business with the Association 1. Paying 4\% per annum CURRENT DIVIDEND. 2. Making 6% qualified home loan. 3. Considers BOTH Borrower and Savers as E. I. P. '$ • Federally Chartered • federally Supervised • federally liamined Accounts /nsured (o $10.000.00 with F tdera/ Savings and Loan /nsuranc* Corpoiatioa ••••tr st- FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION STATE AND WALL* ALTON PHONE HO 5-2555 MONDAY NIGHT SPECIALS SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO These Prices Good 5 'til 9 PM Only SAVE TONITE! WOMEN'S « Capri Pants, Pedal Pushers, Blouses, Shorts Regularly Priced to 3.99 Hundred* to clioo»c from, till at one low kale price. Well tailored in k-pvt-ral different color* anil material*. " Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back* 309 PI AS A, ALTON Phone HO 5-5511 I Altonian Tops Women In Edwarclsville Shoot by Hop* uas HIP trophy uinnPf in Class c. with a scorp of 91. High woman srorrr \VHS Mrs. Marg- pr\ Bu< k of < iodfrpy with 94 and ' Thrmijfh the report Of « bor of Walter Behneti Of 3070 Alby street, police this morning were informed that three marauding dogs had killed 18 of Behnen s chickens during his FIWARIXSVn.I.F -- Fairlv high semes were tinned in hy winneis in the i-pgi^tered trap- shmt Sunday at T-;d\v ard«\ illc Gun Club around- at the final flirisC. Fischer of" Alton toppr;rl absence from home on a v«ea- c\ent of it-; f\pe here before the the "high veteran" class (com- f i° n - A policeman was assigned "Granrl American' -hoot Aug. prising entiants fi5 or mote to investigate. 19-^7 at Vandalia Ohio vears of age' with 93. One report, of a child being Seventy-nine shooters par- l,amoinp D Brown. Gt-een- tii ipated in the aftprnnon pio- \ille. won the 100-target handi grain. i op by breaking 9ri targets at In the I00-\ard taiget lead-off^0 \ards. Ford Purse winners ^K" MfS- Rose Brumfield Of p\ent at Ifi yards, .fames Null m the handicap were, by events: 9]r ' Hampton St.. informed po- .Ir . C;I-O\PI, Mo, won the Class No. 1. B. Martin. Nashville. III.; l' rf> Sunday afternoon that her A tiophy v\itb a si-ore ol 99. No. 2. \V Kranpr. Har\el til.: ('PI j| Minnion of Veinon. HI.. No. :{, Da\id Huggins, Tamora: won Class F-i with a score ol 95 No. 4. Bud Skinner. Bethalto. and Gun Cluh President Joseph and No. 5. Lamoine D. Brown. F. Kellermann o| Mdw ai-d.<\ ille (ireenville. bittpn «as received by police along with several minor complaints over the weekend about 3-year-old son, Clarence, incurred a dog bite when at play in front of his home. No informa- jtion hy which the dog could be traced was obtained. WE GIVE NEW LARGE DENOMINATION TOP VALUE STAMPS! iroqer Meat Itemt Sold at Advertised \ U. S. Choice Tenderay ROUND STEAK All Center Cuts Lb. Assorted Variety Pack—(Sliced) Luncheon Meat BOLOGNA PICKLE & PIMENTO COOKED SALAMI MINCED LUNCHEON Whole or Half—Swift's SLAB BACON »39' Coit"—the Cadillac of all cantaloupes! CANTALOUPES Jumbo 27 Size 3 for $ 1 Northern Round White California. 90 ilzn Potatoes.., 25 £ 99 c Pascal Celery 2 29c h'reeslone New York. Kipe — Jumbo 8 Size . 4 49c Honeydew Melons 59c l : .S. No. 1 Extra Ulbcrta Kreesloue Peaches . 50 Extra Top Value Stamps pocktd in box ANGEL FOOD CAKES V A I U A tl L t COUPON K 25 Extra Tep Value Stamps with purrhu*e of KROGER WHITE BREAD 2 H a -lb. At** iouve» "rtrV llus Kioyi-r Coupon I-.MIIII'S Wed. Nile. AUK J I'M) All Kurk'ln-U or Ltmon Custard Each Pillsbury Flour... 5 -53c I'UUbury Uoublt> Uut*)ii Cake Mix ... 3 • $1 Krover Evaporated Milk... 8 $1 •i«h» Te Limit fteterod Prices Ooed Him Wed. Nile, At*, i, 1940

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