Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 3, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 3, 1960
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PAGE'EIOMT ALTON EVENINn TELEGRAPH ' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1WO SUPER VALUE Signature • Round Bobbin SEWING MACHINE «iiy Kempef Chttrch BYF If as Picnic Dinner MEDORA *-f,11ie of Kern- per Baptist Church had a picnic dinner at a lake near Girard JSfftday. A swimming party fol- Lohman to Head Red Cross ' Committee ! L. A. Lohman has been ap» pointed chairman for members, AHen( }to f i and funds foi the Alton-Wood Riv- R u th Ann and jer Chapter, American Red Cross. [ Billy artd CliftottfRuyte, Carolyn Lohman is a retired employe i Brunaugh. Billy and Brenda Bur„, M n c, He s™, ,, sy-3 -£--»-* I vice chairman for the American ; ley yarble. Dawn Witt, Sherry. ! National Red Cross fund cam-i Dennis and tiandy Gaffney. Son- lowed the dinfier. Toffiniy, Gary. Jimmy Smith, Elmer Pockltngton, Donald and Nancy, Carttnvilte; Mr. and Mrs. Ed TortsoT and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kltzmilfer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Scott. h«d as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. John Summers, Miss Charlotte Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Waggoner and son, all of Granite City. Mrs. Lelta Gourley of Glasgow and Terry Lynn Whlted, Carrollton, are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whited. 4-H Club Meets At Prairietown PRIAWfilTOWN - Uberty Live Wires 4-H Club met Monday night at the home of ftmdra Dlxon. Talks and demonstrations were given by members. Virginia Bernhardt will model her dress at the Illinois State Fair, after winning a blue ribbon at Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cameron'county fair and Norma Crabtree and family and their guest, Ray | will go to the stte fair for a Prairietown Woman Hostess at Shower t KANE - Mrs. Gilbert Williams entertained with a shower Sunday afternoon honoring Miss Maxtne Rayles of Jerseyville daughter* left Towifajr ft* • trip ty few York wtwt* fifty will »isit the Rev. end Mrt. Mason Smith then they will travel to Canada, Mr. and Mrs. left Sunday for a vacation IflP to the O*arks. whose marriage to Gary Wtl-j Miss Pamela Cummtoga of Hams will take place Saturday. Ichampaign Is visiting her grand" '" ""' parents. Mr. and Mrt. Fred Present were: Mrs. Ella Webb, Mrs. Edward Woolsey, Mr«. Leaque Woolsey, Mrs. Keith Darr, Mrs. Emwt Mowrey. for two weeks. Mrs. Merman Freeh, MM. Carry, and Mrs. Arnold bolt, Mrs. W. E. Berry. Mrs. (crotchett attended their canasta Storey, of Car mi Children's (demonstration on fancy rolls af- Elmer Krueger, Mrs. Kenneth | c j u b Tuesday afternoon it the ipaign in 1959-60 and as chair- nv flnd R }chari | n\iy\e. Mr. and)Home, spent Saturday at the zoolter winning the blue ribbon at Campbell. Mrs. Wilbur Mrs. t. B. fluyle Jr., leaders, | in St. Louis. imnn for the Chilean Relief Com- _ mlttee for the Alto-Wood River j ™ d " M ' r and "Mre. Ye'roy ~Gaff-! chapte1 ' .,'ney chaperoned the group. As chairman of members and, Mcdrira Notes funds, he will work in an ad-| MEDO RA - Mr. and Mrs. visory capacity with the, furtd iFred Gmvm< Springfield. Mo., campaign chairman and will be a | Burned home Monday after a member of the board of directors: ^.^ vacatlon at the home of the Alton-Wood River Chapter. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" FREE FEATURES; FULL SIZE—BRAND NEW FORWARD AND REVERSE AUTOMATIC BOBBIN WINDER SEWS OVER PINS 20 YEAR GUARANTEE PINKING SHEARS For trying this Machine in your home for 30 days ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DIAL HO 5-4271 DREAM BOAT COMES TRUE! Look Into the Matter of Our Convenient BOAT - MOTOR FINANCING See or Call KENNV KLOOS M1DSTATES FINANCE CO. 311 Ridge St. Phone HO 2-921) Carrollton Pair Wed 52 Years MEDORA — The fifty-second Sr. Other guests during the.week-i weddlng anrtiversaty of Mr. and „, M ,. flnd Mre end were: Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Groves, Springfield, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Moore and Jer* ry Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Jones Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Jones, all of Granite City, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mercer. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ruyle Sr., and Mrs. J. L. Tober visited I Sunday at the Mrs. Roy Armstrong was celebrated Monday evening with a family picnic supper on the lawn at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Joe Kirsch. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Ron- |he county fair. Prairietown Notes PRAIRIETOWN — Mr. and Mrs. Ernes Dustman were din- net guests o! Vr. and rs. Oliver filters at St. Louis Sunday. Miss Joyce Pape was guest of honor at a bridal shower Friday evening .at the home of Mrs* Wil« mer Bartejs, Mist Pape will be* come the bride of Arlin Duelm I and Mrs. Ross Cofchett. of Mrs. Marion Johnson In Jalappa? Mrs. Agnes Greenwood Of Al- KANE Mr h and Mrs. Lynn Jj ^^1"^ Cochran and children of Alton * Wel , pr cluhnougei spent Sunday with Mrs. Coch- / Kflnp . AftendtnK **„, ran's mother, Mrs. Carl Hutch- m ^ Mrg Hftrry J^SH.^ *"« * '« A ^ , - « A and family. Mrs. Henry Roewe. Mrs. T <^ | H^;«nteila1ned Mf and *„ Mbtl rt Kaltal and Sunday at dtnnfer Mr. and^"- fa , n |i y . Ton y Roewe. Miss Bev..<- . „ Major, Mr. and MM. John Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in St. Pet-| Rhodes ' Car i lnvllle arld Ml , p„ Co * ers Lutheran Church. The Ladle* Aid Society had Mr. and Mrs. Tom Simmons \ its annual birthdav nartv at the , ~ ", , 4, ,Y IDon Dec us^annuai oiiinaay pauy ai ine !left Tuesday fo| . Turner Mom ; firemens haII Sundav. !_,*_. _ ,../..„,. ..,_,. .. ,n_ »._ inycourt firemens hall Sunday. A.l.C. Leo Taul of Mathers aid Bellitto, Mike and Steve, | Air Force* Base, Calif., and Mr. Doris and Charles Gillespie ofi and Mi-s. Robert Raul of Wichi-, j „'. Rockbridge. Mr. and Mrs. KlrschJta. Kan., were guests of honor' nnri Ivii's ' •» • i i » i t-»n i ' r"V,""«T" ,""" Xl" , ;; iMiss Joe Ann and Bill.' lH t a dinner eld Saturday eve- Dak- Rcinecke. Other t-elatives . sunbeams MtH,l inlng in the home of John Taul. f there were Mr. and Mrs. PhH MEDORA _ The Sunbeam! MS ,, and Mrs . Al . n ^ ld lse n bergi Balsley of McAllen Tex., and| Band met ! al the BHptist church and fam|1 haw relurned * ,, er ! Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bowman ofi Monday aftel110on . E i eV en chil- iS p e nding a two-week vacation in 1 iNokomus. „.._.., 'dren were present. They made' Seattle. Wash., visiting his broth- Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Chandler p)ans foi . theil . ••christmas-in-.e,- Orville Isenberg. have been entertaining his cous-, August -. proj t The , esson was Mjss sh|r| Bcst js V|icut , on .i 7- M'--«"«!M«- Gilbert Horton.j on Good W ill Centers. Refmsh- ing SCV cral days this week at' of Tulsa, Okla. Other guests en- jments were served bv the Youngi th e Ozarks. tertained Sundaj'were Mr. andl Adult C j aBS and M«. Spencer. . M r. and Mrs. OrviUe StahJ- 1 Mrs. Larl Chandler, Mrs. Rilha Entertains for Sister Chandler. New Berlin, Mr. andf Mt;D oRA - Mr. and H. K. Freeh. Mrs. Wll- andI Mrs. WUJiarnJVIayberry. ]iam Re , f and Mr and Mfg attended the "Ted, „„ .-union Sunday at after a two-week visit with Mr. j Arco ] a and Mrs. C. L. Hawk. i 5 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weller and Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally SHU HOW CUISK ••MISSISSIPPI" 1$ TU WM/ • man and family of. St. Louis were Mra. guests of Mr. a/id Mrs. Erich Mrs. Hayward Talley and sons. Pau , Kal | al enlel -tained Saturday p au i 'Sunday Litchfield, Mr. and Mrs. George \ ,„,,,„„ ,,.;,\. ., M i,. n i,. v,m,,oi- • »» j »« n r, i ui j B i. \ ening wun a picnic suppei, Mr. and Mi-s. Henry Dubblede, Smith and daughters, Mr. andi honori hel . s , step sister j ohn Ml , ' and Mre '. Arthur Schaefer Mrs. Herschel Chandler. JEdwaixl. and her Mr. and Mrs. Martin I , t « .„ H .A m Sistel ' Mary Lw)lla ', who let- entertained with a family dm-1 on vacalion , ner•Sunday at their home near, ALTON PLAZA-WILSHIRE VILLAGE-NORTH ALTON - DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER Open Friday Till Nine .HIRSCH&CO. mxvmmmmmwm .companion,land sons. Gerald and Arlin. Mr. here and Mrs. Bill Eberhart and on- ;nie Bunte, Mr. and Mi's. Vernoni ,. . 0 . ,, j Guests UXM-P: Mr. and Mrs.;Schaefer and family were among Medora. Present were Mr andi john Tay , ol . and £ugene Nt)1 , sts of M ,. ^ Mnt _ A £ Mrs. Cecil Denby. Mr. and Mrs. be ,. t Gehlhausen . Alton; Ml , a^R,,,^ Sunday eveninR ,„ hon . jMi-s. Frank Schnelton and f am-i or Mrs. Rideout's birthday. ily. Carrollton: Mr. and Mrs. Ed-l~ - ' ward Schwab, Mrs. Mary Schwab, i Miss Luzctta Schwab, Shiptnan,' Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schwab and daughter, Jerseyville. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass ; Many wearer* of fai«e'te«th nav* The first dikes to protect ' Holland houses from rising ca: na) waters were high mounds ; bled "t Juat the wrong tune Do not ! atop which the rude huts we«i j'uat^rfAiTie built. Then these mounds were: J^p connected to lorm dikes keep- Hrtniy. ao they feel more comfort- i ini? risinp xvntprs in thp canalu able. One* not sour Checks "plate i nij, using \\dieis in me canais, odor breath" Get FASTEST* M ! under control. : <Jri!i; counters evervwher*. : Get Your Crushed Stone From . "MISSISSIPPI" No waiting at "Mississippi"! In and out with your truck loaded in minutes. Remember, trucking costs are measured by time consumed, not mileage. And we save you time! All sizes of crushed stone meeting State of Illinois Highway specifications. 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