Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 1, 1960
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Section 2 Page* 13*20 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Comte Sport Established January 15. 1836 ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, AUGUST 1, i960. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press UeMolav f Officers Installed AJfon Oi.fplfr Ordn of De Molny. Installed officers at Fr.'inklin Masonic Temple Saturday night. Senior officers arc: Robert A. Simpson, master councilor: Ron- aid Weindel. «cnior councilor; Dnnic'l Edgar, junior c.oiincilov: Richard Qarfc. tn-asuior: Richard Kcrles. Jr.. scribe; Thomas •Railoy Jr. dearon; Richard Hus- 'song, junior deacon: James •Creal Jr. senior steward; •Thomas AtliPrlon. junior stew-' ard: Richard Button, chaplin; jPaul Ducommun. sentinel: Rob-: erf I^ahlein. standard bearer; i Ronald Kuhn. almoner; James; .'Srhorffel. marshal; James Keis-' ;pr. orator; Rodger Elliott. 1st' •preceptor: William Meyers, III,' i second preceptor: Wally Shear-1 jburn. third preceptor, Brent i j.Srhindi'wolf. fourth preceptor; | i Michael Ellis, fifth preceptor; j (William Harris, sixth preceptor;! Thomas Fcnwick. 7th preceptor; j and Richard Morgan, organist. | Kit-hard Schoeffel and Chuck j Kvers substituted lor vacation-! ing officers. The installing team was com-, posed of: Charles E. Corzine, Charles M. Brooks, Edward C. Biscr, \Vaync L. S<:hoeffel, Jer-| i-y P. Norton, and Harold H. Dams. Roger L. Cooke was installing j organist, and Donald J. Denby, i soloist. I The chevalier degree, DeMov lay's highest service award was' conferred upon two past master councilors, Thomas J. Fearno and Harold H. Dams. The de- WOOD RIVKK -• Miss Cor- uJont at I:':.')!) a.m. Saturday in- gree was executed by. Robert V.j rfelia Douglas. Alton voea?- volvintc run driven by Ray-:Denby, William D. Jarrett, Dale, 1 i-=t. will bp featured soloist with mond N'orthiup. Rt. 4. Jackson- C. Diutlemann. David Cope, andi the Wood River Municipal Band \ilk- arid Dudley Luehbert. 172 Kllis A. Peters. ; at 8 p-m. Wednesday in Centra! K. p.-nninu Avc.. resulted in The master councilor made; Park. Lucnfoert bi.-ing charged with'presentations to his parents,) "\\ QPC » o Meet at DEMOLAV CEREMONY "l)ad" Rotor! V. DiMiby, chapter aflvisor (left), presents the gavel of Alton Chapter, Order of De- Molay, to Master Councilor Robert A. Simpson, during installation ceremonies at Franklin .Masonic Temple Saturday. Cordelia Douglas Sings Wednesday at Wood River PILLSBURY FLOUR On* Bog llm* BAKED FRESH DAILY C.W. MilwaukM RYE BREAD IVi-lb. loaf 25 e C. w. Peanut Rolls pkK mf fliriOW TflCIS ON EVEIVMV NEEDS COUNCILMEN TOUR SEWERS Fresh - Leon Ground Beef-49' Ground Chuck '69" Saturday afternoon city councilman toured a number of the sewers in Alton. Some of the sewers were in very good condition and others were in such bad condition that the men did not venture into them. From left are: Maynard Lister, Clyde Wiseman, Jerome Springman, all councilman, and David Fiola, su|>erint«ndant of sewers.—Staff Photo. Swift Premium Ugh*, Uon — 6 to 8 H>. tug. By Th« Piece — Whole and Half BACON Swiff Premium StkcMd Young — Tmd«r & BEEF LIVER JS3 49« Yellow Onions W«it*nt Sti* 3*250 'careless driving." Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Simpson:! She will Mng "Bali Hai" from South Pacific and "We Kissed Luebfoert. who pleaded guiltyjMr. and Mrs. Jess Ferree, Miss TJV i \I In a Shadow" from "The King to the charge before Police;Carole Kober, Mrs. Marshall! Wdl »«a « and I." Magistrate Thornton J. Lancas-!Selkirk, Mrs. Conrad Hamel-i Imann, Mrs. William H. Stofft.i The band, under the direction ter. was fined $10 and costs. of Chester Hughes will play: plan Picnic .Roger Cooke, Mrs. J. E. Jutte"March of the Slide Trom- WOOD R1VER „ The senior j meyer ' ^ fte SOUTH ROXANA — The Wo-i ports, men's Society of Christian Serv-|~ ice of Wanda With equipment obtained from JRead Telegraph Want Ads Daily ! Russia, India is mechanizing its ! Raphara iron mines, near the Bhilai steel plant Rajpur ne- liary. bones." by Scott; "Eldorado'jj jssionarv Circlc o{ ^ e Firgt i Concert." by Henry; "Ballet'Baptist Church will have a pic-! J - E ' Juttemeyer, two weeks with Mrs. JAldridge's brother-in-law and sis- iwill meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-!ter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pruett of retirinEi day at the ^u"*- Mre - Victor'[Ohio avenue. Egyptienne," by Luiguini; "Hoi- nic Tuesday iday from Trombones," David da jj Rose; "Elaa's Procession to the: Cathedral." Wagner; "Inter- at 6 p.m. at Ken- i chapter advisor, was presented 'with a past advisor's pin. He in- I stalled the new advisors. Taking Here From California WOOD RIVER-Mr. and Mrs. over as advisors are: Robert V. ,ude." Morri.sey; -'Kismet.". Jo ^^n,ie R^chnVond Cai^ \T«4n/»oir" "Rnrct nf H tnmp nv ! Mercer; "Burst of Flame." by Bowles and "Colorado" by Holmes. Car Accident WOOD RIVER — An auto ac- Peters, assistant ritual chapter advis- Herman will conduct the program and Mrs. Clarence Ash willj lead the worship. Refreshments will be served. Bible School to Clos e SOUTH ROXANA — The Daily 36 YEARS AS AGENT Madison County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE CO, STANKA GARAGE State Street North Alton Dial HO 5-8880 Swift Premium Lean Tender Boneless Beef Stew I ' Pun In the Sunl!' i' Camei, Lotloni, Picnic SuppUct. ZIKE PHARMACY Dial CL »-22M RoMWOOd Helihts the Benezes also eze's mother, Mrs better of Fidelity, 111. California Visitor WOOD RIVER — Miss Cecil A - t i Vacation Bible school at the j South Roxana Methodist Church will close Friday and the pro- —j ! V.W1 Vi£3 O.U* J0V/A , 04 JU ilCUWtU L*~ ' f^jSchoeflel, entertainment advisor. ff nm wU1 b ? ^ ven Sundav at Led- _ ' . . .. - 7:30 p.m. at the church. Each de- Denby presented the otter partment ^ ^ represented. ,U,ree men with advisors medal-^ R OX ana Note. lions and presented Bibles to! Vir- Hubbard of Los Angeles, j;!Calif., arrived today for a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John A Hubbard. 161 S. Ninth Miss Linda Jenkins, Robert Simpson, Roger Cooke, and Thomas I. Wyatt. Louis C. Mohler prepared the ! decorations for the lodgeroom, SOUTH ROXANA — Bieneman, Carolyn of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bienemani Jr., of Wasman Lane have been visiting their grandmother, Mrs. W. E. Flack of Belleville the BEHER VISION MIGHT HELP If you're doubtful about your child's eyes, hove them examined now. iand Mrs. Selkirk and Mrs. Carl- past few days, ton Ziegler handled arrange-! Mrs, Francis Aldridge and : ments for the reception which (daughter of Eldorado, III., are followed the ceremonies. Miss i Jenkins, Mrs. Haraelmann, and! b « nef it of the church building; Juttemeyer were guests in the| fund - j |East during the program. They' Carl Lockett is chairman of iwere escorted by Thomas Fear-j8 eneral arrangements. ' ino, retiring master councilor. I Scout Meeting } 1 EAST ALTON - The Girl! Scout leaders of neighborhood' four will meet at East Alton 1 community center Tuesday at 1 p.m. Mrs. Glenn Saxton re-i VACT AT-TYIM A i- u f ports tent Gaining will be on' LAST ALTON - A fish fry the program . will be sponsored by the Duo,—___: Class East Alton Class Plans Fish Fry 4TH & PIASA ALTON THE ONLY DEALER IN THE ALTON-WOOD RIVER AREA IF IT ISN'T LIKE THIS IT IS NOT FLEXSTEEL! INSIST ON LOOKING UNDER. NEATH BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR LIVINGROOM FURNITURE. GET THE GENUINE! COME TO L&L! Open Monday Nites Until 9 Manhattan COFFEE New Low Price! On« Can Limit Lib. 59 For Frying, Baking — Salad* Quart Bet Wesson Oil 49; Wrigley's Gum Beechnut or Dentyne YOUR 20-pk. CHOICI ctn. C. W. Cider for Pickling gallon jug 18-oz. bottle 29 c 3r«25 e of the First Methodist Church, Friday and Saturday at the Wilshire Mall. Serving will continue from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. Sandwiches will also be sold. Proceeds of the event will be in WE PAY YOU CASH TO PARK! MONDAY A TUESDAY, AUG. 1 * 2 LOOK FOR OUR ENVELOPE ON YOUR WINDSHIELD. YOU'LL FIND "PAY TO PARK" BONUS CASH PRIZES OF... l c to 1 Silver Dollar IN EACH ONE What makes Alotbert (ret and Father* irritable? . . . Parking Meter*! That It their number one headache and tupirin won't help. MontlceJJo Plaza ha» no meter* and hundreds of parking upaoei 10 the family can shop leisurely without the preneuoe of a ticking meter. . . .' No »earohing for pennies to "feed" the meter before It expire*. NO TRAFFIC OR PARKING PftOUUGMS "Wo Are A* Clone A* Your Car." Bring the family and •hop during our First Anniversary Sale. Th9 Area's JVeuwf. Most Complete Shopping Center— Aetn el forking e Kroger e Ben Franklin e Miller's B#uttrtaient Store e Paulene'v House of Fashion, e Itelon of Kdward e fireltwelser Gift Shop e Towue Shop e Western Auto e Reese Drug More e Biekhaus Sporting tioudt e Moutleello Color Center e Montluello Barber Shop f Top Value Redemption Store e <l. & A. Springman Sindalr Service Station e Kuig's Shoe Store of Godfr Coming Soon • • • Bank frey. Geffrey, III * NO SPEECHES JUST PLENTY OF 8000 OLD FASHIONED HANDSHAKING AND fiOOD FELLOWSHIP KERNER-IVTLAUGHLIN * OTTO (x) KERNER DAY [X] JAMES MCLAUGHLIN DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS I ' I ' I ' I ' I ' I I' DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE WEDNESDAY-AUGUST 3rd VFW HALL IT. IOUIS HO. EAST ALTON, ILLINOIS t P.M. 'TIL MIDNIGHT IN PERSON ... MEET THE MEN WHO OAN WIN! FREE - FREE - FREE c HOT DOGS * • REFRESHMENTS' EVERYBODY WELCOME!* Vinegar Kraft's TOMATOES Home Grown 2Mb. Pan Fancy Grapes White «| c Seedless Ib. JL •MM* FROZEN FOODS! Or.-ldo ToferTots 'fr Margarii W»lch'» Grapt Juict Blue Dew Mb B << Whitmr '£'27' "WASH WHITI" BLEACH "Moke* While Ho(f Clothe* Whiter" Oollon New Lew FrUel

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