Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 4, 1960
Page 13
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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING mit.t !!* t/WKl- Intended for controlled tempera MAtify WJWilA* tUtJlUS turr transportation of frozen A Frwirta firm has hepm deHv- meats. The Russians, who had 80 fry on an ordei for Ifi1 of its spec- of the trucks equipped with sleep- 1*1 rpfrijremtor trm-lw for Russia. I ing bunks, will us.* them for long- Paris reports The vehicles are distHn*"! hauling. Complete Plans Announced For Arrow-Wood Estates SEASON SPANNING COTTONS Sites 3-6x PERT, PLAID GINGHAMS Fresh, colorful season spanning dresses for wear now and In the school season. A fine selection of slyles and patterns. Sizes 7-14 ............ O OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT TODAY Details of a new subdivision, Arrow-Wood Estates, which is being developed in Godfrey on Boy S<-out Lane off Rt. 100. were announced today by Walter A. Hale Jr. Arrow-Wood Development Corp. is developing the subdivision. Edmund M. Morrissey is president of the corporation and Walter A. Hale Jr. is treasurer. Hale Realty Co. will act as sales agent for the development. At present the subdivision contains 39 lots which are the first stage of the total planned develop- •ment. These 39 lots include an area of about 23 acres out of a 90-acre farm which was purchased and optioned from Hairy C. Holliday. The main entrance to the area will eventually be from Rt. 100 but at present there is a temporary entrance off Boy Scout Lane. The subdivision features several improvements. The streets are all curbed and paved with asphalt; 112 W. THIRD ST. Translucent Vinyl Tile $1.19 Valut Only Choice of Colors. ECONOMY LINOLEUM Bdwy. & Henry. HO 2-B411 Alton LOOK WHAT A DOLLAR A WEEK CAN BUY YOU AT BIEDERMANS! Many Other Styles to Choose From % $1.00 n Weelt £:'x $1.00 a Week " Si;! $1.00 a Week '•& fcaMMMWM^&ftXfti&S^ OPEN FRI. & MON. TILL 9 P.M. PHONE HO 2-9271 ASK FOR JEWELRY DEPT. monk JEWELRY DEPT. Broadway and Piasa, Alton all streets have permanent street markers and street lights. Several lots have frontage up to 186 feet. Most of the lots have 150 foot frontage. This will enable people to build homes which will not be crowded close togeth er. Hale said. The area contains many large trees which add to the area's beauty, he added. Another feature of the subdivision is underground telephone and power lines. City water and natural gas are available at the subdivision which will be restricted to those individuals who will desire nice homes and will endeavor to maintain the value of the homes, Hale disclosed. The name, Arrow-Wood Estates, was selected after giving consideration 1o the closeness of the Boy Scout Camp. Street names were also selected in the same way. The streets in the subdivision are named Arrowhead Lane. Cherokee Lane, Tomahawk Lane and Little Creek Lane. The corporation will build to an individual's plan or an individual can purchase a lot and construct his own home, complying with the subdivisions restrictions, said Hale. At the present time several homes are under construction and others are to be started within the next few weeks, he concluded. i | Bertels Family Meets at Dorsey DORSEY — The annual reunion in the form of a basket dinner and supper was staged at Dorsey American Legion Hull Sunday. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krieger of Gillespie; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bertels, Mr. and Mrs. Elder Bertels and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bertels, Dorsey: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bertels. Woodburn; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuethe, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kuethe, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond WhitJock, Dorsey; Mr. and Mrs Ellie Eden, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Eden and Miss Joyce Pape of Prairietown; Mr. and Mrs. Lervis Eden. Edwardsville. Mr. and Mrs. Art Duelrn. Bunker Hill; Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Duelin. Gillespie; Mr. and Mrs. John Bertels, Mr. and Mrs. Wit-j bert Bertels, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-| mar Bertels, Mr. and Mrs. Clar-1 ence Bertels. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bertels, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bertels. Dorsey; Mr. and Mrs. James Smith. Prairietown; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bertetto of Newj Mexico, and Fred Littleton ol j Dorsey. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4,1960 The literacy rate of the African (republic of Liberia is esli- 'mated at only 5 per cent. The "Outlook" Group by KROEHLER SOFA & CHAIR FOAM CUSHIONS PRICED FROM 128 IASY TIRMS Sleek, sweeping low,line*! Rich with luxurious tailoring t Lavishly endowed with deep-cushioned aitting comfort! That* are just a few of the reasons why you'll find the "Outlook" Group •ucb a wonderful buy. Honest Kroebler craftamantbip in •very inch! Select yours now from exciting new decorator fabrics and colors! CHWARTZ, f fa/3 fanes 'LI ^ \\ W. i f |<(,'JS()N AVI . . WO' SCOUTS PREPARE FOR FISH FRV Boy Scouts of Troop 26 will sponsor a fish fry in Si, Patrick's School yard, Friday. Thow scouts proudly display their sign: Dan Donofrio, Klckey Van Buren, Terry Brtins, and Don Perry,— Staff Photo. Afrtaui ttfflffifo fm«te toy Tret* Motorists in ftfiodeafe did a quick double-take recently at a strange highway cargo. The surprise nvas a truck carrying three giraffes, a zebra and 1? Thirty counUea and 0M gat- h (in Louisiana) jut atintd for George WattiBlgtOli. antelope. They had town leaned in a game reserve and wet* on their way to restock • perk near Salisbury. • DID YOU KNOW! 1. Sottrt at MMO FIRST FEDERAL, the homt ef *E. I. P.'i, incited mow than $1,800,000.00 during tht 12 month period ending Juno 30, 1960, 2. You art an *'E, I. P. at Piaia FIRST FEDERAL ••extremely Important Penan Piasa First Federal IT ATI t WALL ITS. PHONI HO 1-2511 If T| -4 r* / • i a i SMART, MODERN 5 & 7PC.SETS SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL SETS IN ILACK, CHROME, MASS, GREY, PLUS SMART COLOR COMBINATIONS TO PIT ANY DECOR. Priced From SAVE *13 80 ON THIS SAMSONIT SOth ANNIVERSARY 5-PC. SCHWARTZ'S EASY TERMS KING-SIZE TABLE MATCHING CHAIftft OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9P.M. 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