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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 3, 1960
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3,1000 ALTON EVJ2NTNQ TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE CARNIVAL By DfekTtmwr yw rjMirMkiNb T9feaM.aAfM.ift 'Your dad's nice—worrying about whether or not I have a home to go to!" Lodge Grand Officers To Visit Carrollton CARROLLTON -Mrs. Bertha E. Cell, worthy grand matron of the Order of the Eastern Star of the State of Illinois, and members of her official family w'll be guests of honor at a dinner, a ceremonial and a reception Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the cafeteria and gymnasium of the Carrollton Community Unit High School. Host chapters are the Tempi* 5 Chapter of Carrollton and the chapters of Chesterfield, Franklin, Palmyra. Medora Plainview, Carlinville and Hillview. Officers for the evening will be filled by worthy matrons and worthy patrons from the host chapters, with Mrs. Oren Sie- bermann and Clarence Horn, worthy matron and worthy patron of the Carrollton chapter, serving as worthy matron and worthy patron for the evening. The banquet at 6:30 is being served by the Band Booster's Club of the Carrollton Community Unit High School. PTA Officer* Meet CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hires entertained the new officers of the Carrollton Parent-Teacher Association Tuesday evening in a planning session at their home. Officers are John B. Andrews, president: Mrs. Kenneth Ross, vice president; Jesse Hires, treasurer; Mrs. John Price, secretary. Registration t>ay CARROLLTON — Oct. 11 te registration day in all the 28 voting precincts in Greene County, according to an announcement made this week by Ray Bennett, Greene County clerk. All persons who have not previously registered will register on this day in order to be eligible to vote in the November election. Persons may register for voting until Oct. 10 at the courthouse. Board of Review CARROLLTON — Thirty-six complaints were filed with the Greene County Board of Review by the last day for fUing. Aug. 1. This is a smaller number than last year when more than 50 filed complaints regarding tax receipts. The month of Aug ust Is spent by the board in in vestigating complaints and in preparing to complete their books early in September. Funeral of Mrs. Bolt CARROLLTON—Funeral serv Ices for Mrs. Edith Holt of Jer seyville were conducted Sunday at Jerseyville Jacoby Funera Home by the Rev. Albert J Sohroeder of the Lutheran Church- Mrs. Stewart Powel was organist and the pallbearers were Judge John Self, Dr. Jack Hormell, James Norris, James Walsh, Barry Ritter and Kenneth Kistner. Burial was In the Oak Grove Cemetery, Jersey- vine. Following the services the relatives were guests at the home of Mrs. Hilda Stevens in Jersey- vllle and in the group from Carrollton were Mr. and Mrs Frank Daniels and Mr. and Mrs George Daniels. Albreoht-Bomkamp Reunion CARROLLTON— Approximately 60 members of the Albrecht-Bomkamp families attended a reunion and picnic dinner Sunday at the Knight* of Columbus Hall in Carrollton. Officers in charge of the plans for the day were John Al brecht, president; Harold Albrecht, vice president, and Mrs. Mary Lou Albrecht, secretary, all of Carrollton. Carrollton Note* CABROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Howland and daughter were dinner guests Monday evening.of Mr. and Mrs. Doug las Heimer of near Eldred. Mr. and Mrs. William Thiebaud and children left last week to return to their home in Belle Glade, Fla., after a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Thiebaud and Mr. and Mrs. Q. K. Hutohens. Mrs. Pan Vandeventer of Versailles and her son, Dale Hall, and hi* son, Curt, were guests Thursday of Mrs. John Deficit. Hall is home on vacation from Europe where he Is employed as a traveling representative of the Catterpillar Co. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stringer and daughter and Mr. and M»s. Colder Hires had a picnic Sunday at Nichols Park hi Jacksonville. Mrs. Mabel Ridings underwent major surgery Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Imus left Monday, night on a business trip to Eureka Springs, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Hutchens of this city and Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hutchens returned home Sunday from the Ozarks where they spent the weekend. Mrs. Robert McCartney of Alton was a guest Saturday of her aunt, Mrs. John DeBolt. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Vedder and family of Toledo, Ohio, will return to their home Friday after spending a week with Vedder's mother, Mrs. N. D. Vedder Sr. Mrs. Charles G. Purl and her mother, Mrs. F. A. Under, went to White Hall Tuesday evening where they attended a shower given by Mrs. Joseph McPherson honoring Mrs. Purl's daughter, Miss Ellen Walker, who will be married Aug; 28 to James TJDey Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James Tilley Sr., in White HalL Greene 4-H Profits from Stand $900 CARROLLTON - The 4-H Clubs of Greene County cleared approximately $900 at their food stand at the Greene County -Fair this year, a greater profit than that made for several years. Announcement was made Monday evening at a meeting of the Greenl County 4-H Club Federa ion in the Methodist Church basement. Members voted to use $500 on their pledge to the Western 4-H Club at Lake Jacksonville. Plans were also discussed concerning the annual honor member banquet In November. 'Ian* were made concerning he t3reene County Achievement >rogram in November and tentative plans include having the program in Eldred to stimulate a greater interest in 4-H ckib work in that area. The group oted to buy a used refrigerator o be placed in the 4-H club building at the Fairgrounds. At the conclusion of the business meeting a recreational per- od was enjoyed under the di- ection of Robert Goeddey and Miss Mosaline Allen. Refreshments were served by the Linder Go<tetter Club. The next meeting will be Oct. 8 at the r arm Bureau hall with the Oak- and Go-Getter Club serving re- reshments. Carrollton Man Honored by Standard Oil CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mm. Dan Carmody were guests of honor at an appreciation dinner given Monday evening in the Colonial Room of Day's Cafe by the Standard Oil Co., from which Carmody Is retiring after having been h) their employ as an agent in the Carrollton area for more than 28 years. Forty - two representatives of Standard Oil and their wives, as well as a few friends and relatives of the honoree, were present. Talks were made by the district manager of Standard Oil Company as well as representatives frorn the St. Louis office and some of the agents In surrounding counties. Carmody is being succeeded here by Stephen Todd of Kane, who with his family plan to move to Carrollton to make their home. Todd had formerly been in charge of the Standard bulk plant in Kane, which is being closed to release Todd for his work in the Carrollton area. Hospital Note* CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Francis Talley of Carrollton are parents of a son born Monday at Boyd Memorial Hospital. A son was also born .Tuesday in the hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kirbach of Carrollton. Admitted to the hospital Mon- day was Jesse Shaw of Eldred, and David GrlswoM of Rockbridge. Admitted Tuesday was Mrs. June Taylor of Griggsville. Dismissed Monday were Miss Connie Gourley of Carrollton, Miss Beatrice Hayn of Kampsville. Dismissed Tuesday were Mrs. Helen Allen of Carrollton and Mrs. Ida Belle Edwards and son of Greenfield. Pranger Reunion CARROLLTON — The annual Pranger family reunion will be Sunday, Aug. 7, at St. John's School Hall. A carry-in dinner will be served. Officers in charge of planning for the event are Frank Pranger, president; Miss Anna Pranger, secretary, and Mrs. John Caselton, treasurer, all of Carrollton. "SoH Art" Japanese spelling of Jujltsu Is "Jujutsu." "Ju" means "soft," probably from the fact that no weapons are used, and "Jutsu" means "art." Carlinville Infant Burned by Hot Water CARLINVTLLE — Cindy Jayne Maguire, 7 months old daughter of Mr. and MM. J. H. Maguire, of Carlinville, was transferred Tuesday afternoon from Carlhv ville Area Hospital to Children's Hospital in St. Louis, Mo. where she will submit to skin grafts after suffering severe burns at her home Monday. The baby was left alone for a short time in the bath tub in the Maguire home and her three- year-old brother turned on the hot tap while the mother was outside. The baby was burned on her right hand and from her waist down. Bloodmobile CARLINVILLE — The Macoupin County Red Cross chapter will have the bloodmobile Aug. 1? and 18 at the Carlinville Area Hospital between the hours of 1 and 7 p.m. StMary'&Paruh Picnic Sunday at Cottage Hilts The fourth annual picnic of St. Mary's Parish will be held Sunday at VJ*W Park ir. Cottage | Hills. j The committee In charge ofj the event announced that each family will bring lunch, but coffee, dessert and soft drinks will be provided free of cost. The! cost will be borne by societies! of the parish. Games will be played, and various amusements will be provided for the children. Members of St. Ann's Altar Society, St. Joseph's Holy Name Society and the parish School and Home Club have completed arrangements for the picnic, to which members of the parish have been invited. LINCOLN, Neb. — When Lincoln's amateur opera company was searching tor old high- burton shoes for "Oklahoma" a chorus member, Barbara Schmidt, cafiw 10 Her giVAt-JtrandfalMr nH 99* eTstOCneo tfi^Rh U0C8Q69 *Jfcv ex Hie family's general store." FREE PARKING PORTHI UPPER ALTON CUSTOMERS AT TMI COLLIOI AVI. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LOT 2*00 ILOCK—COUJOt AVI, The Upper Alton Businessmen's Association is proud and happy to add this Free Parking Service for (ft many fine customers. Required ftubjaets COLLEGE I960 WARDROBES NATURAL SHOULDER CORDUROY SUIT! With Reversible Vest, Brass Buttons. Antique — Olive — Antelope and Olive. MEN'S STORE 211 Piosa St.—Downtown, Alton—HO 2-S223 104 W. Third St. Alton HO 5-8851 Use our easy credit plen! No money down on any purchase. Take up to 24 months to pay. As little as $3 monthly. Regular to 2.98 pr. Pillow Cases 1.10 Large 42"x36" size in embroidered patterns. A real value in large assortment of designs. Regular $1 Pad, Cover Set 88c 54-inch aluminized silicone coated cover with fiberglass pad. Scorch resistant and flameproof. Use oar easy credit plan. No money down, fake up (o 24 months to pay. FASHION •TOCKINOS Only omw-a-year does this great event take place, so don't mug your opportunity to stock up on the famous luxury tints and tones of the fashion world. Smart women buy them for now, more for gifts later on! Regular 1.35 NOW 1,09 pair*. 3 pain 3.19 Seamless, Full Fashion and Walking Sheers Regular 1.50 NOW 1,19 pair ^3 pain 3.50 40 Daniar with cotton foot for comfort Regular 1.65 NOW 1,32 P«lr — 3 pain 3.90 60 gauge 15 denier full fashion dress sheers, also extra widths. HOSIERY MAIN FLOOR Special Purchase Rayon Tablecloths Stock up and save during this August White Sale. Tremendous savings possible on these and many other items. Large 52"x70" size. Lurex border trim on white. Also size 52"x52" $2. Regular 49c Kitchen Towels Colorful floral patterns. 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