Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 5, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, August 5, 1960
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, I960 3 Children Treated at Wood River WOOD RIVER - Lois Jean Ovfiis. 8. daughter of Mr mid Mrs BuddiP L. Owens. 228 Tyde- tn«n Avp.. Roxarm. was treated and released Thursday at 4:45 p.m. at Wood River Township Hospital after she rut her right lower leg on a hmken tail light of a neighbor's ear Linda L. Cherry. 13 daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Cherry. 38 Kdwardsvillc Rd Wood River was treated and released Thursday at 7 ."Hi a m.. for an iniiiiv to the right arm after she fell off a pony at a Bethalto farm A cast \\as applied to the girl's arm Margaret C Kraser. 7. rtaugh- tor of Mr and Mi>. Ros G Kraser 119 K Tsdeman. Hoxana. was Irraled and released. T.hurs- das at 1L' 15 p.m., for abrasions of the left eye. chest and left ami The girl It'll off the steps at the home of a neighbor. Others treated and released Thursday at I hi 1 hospital were: .Jeltery Accord. -I. son of Mr. and Mrs. 11. Oswald Aeord, 821 Lorona Ave.. Wood River for in- Itiry to the left wrist: John W.; Roberts, Kast Alton avenue. East! Alton, for injury to the thumb; I Mrs. Bonnie C. Harp. 300 Lincoln! A\c.. for a deep laceration of the right index linger: and H. M. Franklin, 56. 2L'n \Vhitelaw A\c . East Alton, (or foreign bo- d> in tlie left eye. Dorcas? Circle to .Meet at Wood River « WOOD RIVER — The Dorcas Circle of Wood River Christian Church will meet Aug. 9 at the home of Mrs. Bette Wanker. 61-' Brook wood Dr.. Rosewood Heights at 7:30 p.m. All women of the church are invited to attend. Mrs. Lelia Thornburgh will be in charge of the program and Mrs. Dons Camfield will lead devotions. Hostesses assisting Mrs. Wack- rr will be Mrs. Bessie Mossing and Mrs. Ruby Nowling. Class Supper WOOD RIVER — The Loyal Ladies and their husbands of ! the Christian Church will have a potluck supper at Westerner Club' Shelterhouse No. 4 at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 11. f Women Meet At Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILL — Plans for the annual picnic social svere discussed by members of the Dorcas Society of Concordia Lutheran Church at a meeting Thursday in the church social rooms. In club business the nominating committee reported on a list of candidates for election during the regular meeting in September. Members of the committee are: Mrs. Sam Hunter, chairman. Mrs. Sam Gehrke and Mrs. Norman Richey.' Officers ssill be installed in January. Youngsters from the Junior League will also sponsor a car wash it svas reported. The group svill have a car wash on Aug. 13. Fire Auxiliary COTTAGE HILLS - Members of the firemen's auxiliary svill meet Monday at. 7:30 p.m. at the fire house it svas reported Thursday. The group svill complete plans for a stand at the annual firemen's fish fry on Aug. 19 and 20. Serving svill begin on Friday at 4 p.m. and ss-ill gel underway on Saturday at noon. Singers to Meet At Cottage Hills COTTAGt; HILLS — Madison Counts Singing Consention svill sponsor a singing program at the nesv First Baptist Church in Cottage Hills. 200 N. Williams St.,; at '2 Sunday j Guest quartets svill be the Howe Quartet of Centralia. the Spiritualaires of Cottage Hills, the Chapman lamily ol Colhns- ville and the Chapelaires of Granite City. S. Sgt. Charles Scarberry of Scoit Airfoice Base will lie song lender and L. \\ (Bill) Miles of Collage Hills ssill be master of ceremonies. The Rev. J J Gholson is> paslui ol the church. 2 Betbaito <;irl,. Home From BETHALTO - Two members ol Bethalto Girl Seoul Troop 79 returned liom a iwo-week stay at Ouatoga Carnp located at Mai quclle Park. They were Carol Hughes and Joyce Holcornb Carol U> a daughter of Mr and Miv Leveret Hughe* ol Meadow- ijruok and Joyce i* a duughtc-r •it All and Miv Jack Holcoiab. Home Frwu Trip BLTHALTO — Mr and Mro Charles Schot^neweis and daughter Uiani'. of :{JO Ixjgan SI returned Kriday from a 3-week vacation trip to California The fiiimly vuiled their oldest daugh le i U nd son in law and then son li.icy neai San Uiego 'I V s-s ii It's just plain HORSE SENSE Horse sense isn't just for horses. It's for people, too ... people like you. Look at it this way. When you have something you want to sell... and there are people around who want to buy it... it's just plain horse sense to tell them about it as effectively and inexpensively as possible. That's why it makes sense to use Telegraph Want Ads. When you've got unused furniture, or a camera, or ap- pliances, or books or anything else you'd like to sell for cash, a Telegraph Want Ad gets the word to 100,000 people for as little as 72c. And the people who read Telegraph Want Ads are in a buying frame of mincl.. • they're reading the Want Ads because they're looking to buy the things you have to sell. Use your horse sense and sell the things you don't need with a Telegraph Want Ad today. DIAL HO 5-6641 » ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH

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