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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Section 2 Pages 13-20 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Spoff Comic ErtabtUhed January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1960 ScPer Copy Member of The Associated Pit* Hospital Notes ST. VOMrX'l MEDICAL Mrs. Dora Dlxon. 340 Bluff. George Perry. 915 Mitchell. James Stlllwell, Rt. 1, Godfrey. Mrs. Shirley Terry, 3M8 Theresa Mrs. Flossy Caldwell, Edwardsville. Mrs. EufauJa Duff, 324 Harriett. Mrs. Harriett Hopkins, 1007 State. Mrs. Wanda Weaver, 223 Fer- 2431 ... Wood River. Mm. Valeria Jackson. Washington. Mrs. Pearl Williamson, Parma, Robert Candler, Shipman. William Lucker, Brighton. son. i Mrs. Mn.xitir Smierwein. Bunker I Hill. I Mrs. Joycp GPISOII. \\uud Rivi-rj Mifis Margaret Hnrdimon. 1!12.~>' Bethalto Promotional Campaign is Under Way JfRSfY COMMUNITY MftfllCAL Mrs. Wayne Hallstead. Alton, Mrs. Clifton Cunningham, Dow. Mrs. Ella Oettle, Hamburg Kenneth Willis. Mrs. Howard LurUm, Dtm Mrs. Anthony Odelehr, Mrs. Lloyd Ncvlin, Jcrscyvillp. Mrs. Donald Gross, Jcrscyvillr. Mrs. Roherl O'Sell, Jersoyville. Mrs. Marie Hale, 133 HalJer, i Melody Pyalt. JrrseyvHIe East Alton. Louis ' BlaVkorby Sr.', Dow Mrs. Mary Kirsch, Rt. '2. God-i — - — frey ..«„*'*. w - *• TOWNSHIP SURGICAL Mnitr-Ai Ml«K Susan McEwen, Edwards-.., , M ™ ": * L , .,.,.. ,. V |jl e Mrs. Laura Smith, lM.il) .M-ni- Raymond Brown. Rt. 1, Brighton - ! nar >'. Al l on Hugo Koehler, 1540 Highland. Bruce Morgan, 1268 S. 14th. Wood River. Miss Georgia Arnold, Roxana. Mrs. Margaret Callahan, 743 Madison, Wood River. T. L. Dilllon, St. Charles County Miss Jane Eaton, 22? Madison, Wood River. Mrs. Dorothy Holloway. Godfrey Mrs. Naomi Huff, Chautauqua. Afrs. Lorefta Radcliff, Godfrey. Johnathan Yaeger. :t203 Come-in. Mrs. Loris Kruse. 252 Penning. Anna Stewart, Cottage Hills. HKTHALTO — A piomotion;il is underway here by (In 1 Chamber of Cojnmerw in an I'lforl to familiarf/r residents of the Alton-Wood River area with business establishments, schools .•iml service organizations in the Village of Bethalto. It was an- ixjuncetl today by Clwinbrr President Clifford McGaughey. hi it statement (o Ihe Telegraph Mr<;au!?liey said that population in Bethalto has "nearly doubled in the last 10 years." Along with ill' inert used growth in population Bethalto is also growing in iifw business houses, schools, clubs and service organizations. McGaughey said. ! Paul K. Morgan, 410 Whitelaw. Mrs. Hester Sylva, Mass. Arlington, Robert Glussmeyer. Wood River Mrs. Tula Neuhaus, 217 Wood River, East Alton. William Ltndsey. Cottage Hills. Lisa D. Hanson. 300 Lincoln, East Alton. John W. Fay, Bet holt o. E/dwin Lattsch. Roxana Mrs. Henrietta Schillinp. Cottage Hills. Mrs. Helen Karris. S. KIJ\<UI,I. Clyde Smith, Hart lord. Mrs. Betty Gurley. Wood River Jeffrey Gurley. 1425 Williams hast Alton. |Mrs. Norma Koxana. Hamilton, South I Mrs. Grace Singer, 3009 Glenwood, AJton. Miss Joe Slinsky, 1103 Kast Pence, East Alton. Mrs. Pearl Richards, 335 Lorena Danny Kaker. Rt. 1. Moro. Nancy Font, Hartford. Airs. Hazel Helmkamp. 907 K. Anton. The Chambfr of Commerce president cited the proposed recreation area scheduled for construction for tin usf of Bethaito area residents as an example of growth in the community. Under the direction of the village board the recreation area will be located in tin; Bethalto Park and will include swimming pool, ball diamonds, tennis courts and other recreational activities for family participation. McGaughey explained. -The Village of Bethalto is keeping abreast of recreation and activity needs of area residents." he said. Plans for construction of a swimming pool is already underway in the first step of a well- roundL-d recreational area for Bethalto. the Chamber president said. Construction on the pool is expected to start soon it was reported ; by Pool president William C. Taylor. Area merchants will also participate in "Bargain Days" sale in October as part of the promotional campaign. McGaughey * * .... D tlf I"* •( V It ' %<;u ill. I* ivsuuf \-ti(iijsai£u, im.viaugii^Y M«' rTiS nnnn F»«i Aiinn , K '°>' d Pruett - *t- I- Bethalto. i stated, ixxwl merchants will also Mrs. Gladys Dunn, East Alton Mrs. Edith Welborn. East Alton display merchandise in exhibits at the Bethalto Homecoming on Sept. 3. 4 and 5 in the Bethalto Tn the growth of Bethalto the Fire Auxiliary to fll BRIGHTON — Fireman's Aux- Chamber president cited construe- iliary will meet at 8 p.m. Tues- tion of new public schools to meet! day at the home of Mrs. David increased enrollment of students: jBott. establishment of new business places in community; progress oft Softball Game* BRIGHTON - Brighton Rang- the village in construction of aiors, men's Softball team, will new water treatment plant andiP' ay Cottage Hills there at 6:30 the service of clubs and organiza-jP- m - Thursday. On Sunday at 3 tions to the community. 'p.m. the Rangers will meet Gil- promotional i lcspiehere ; per were Mrs. matin. Mrs. E. Floyd Ellsper- D. Yeck. and Members o! the committee include: Clifford Mc-l Calcutta will build a 500-bed Oaughey, Leslie Prehn, James j free hospital for tuberculosis Ricci and John Mull. ! patients at Garia, eight miles Family Supper jaway. ' BETHALTO - A family - style supper was held recently by the Bethalto Assembly of Rainbow girls it was announced by Mrs. E. D. Yeck, mother advisor of the Assembly. Held at the Masonic Temple In Bethalto the supper was open to the public. The suppev was a fund-raising project of Ellen Clare Ellspennan, worthy) advisor of the Assembly. ! Adults who supervised the sup- Mrs. Warren Cress. Fun in the Sunl! > Games, Lotions,'; .Picnic Supplies. ZlKE 4 PHARMACY Dial CL B-2263 DISMISS\LX ~ 'JMrs. Mary Hicks. Cottage HilN. Ben Amos. 2702 Amelia. ( £/" ic , K - (i a !? er - I , r;ra " it '' Ot> Mrs. Mary Brewster. Cottage Chariei- Mabb, Hartford. Hills. James Fit/gibbons. .Jerscyville. Mrs. Delphina Florini, Bethallo. Miss Josephine Grawe, 417 Prospect. Mrs. Ruth Kimbro. James Lowe, 1006 .Seventh. Linda Lucas, 1100 Washington. Mrs. Stella McGaughey, 720 Washington. Bruce Morgan, Wood River. Miss Yvonne Noite, Brussells. Mrs. Heuter Price, Cottage Hills. Arthur Prine, JerseyviTle. John Speckman, 217 McKinley. Mrs. Jewell Sparks, Wood River- Miss Mary Smith. S. Roxana. ' Mrs. Mattie Tharpe, 1926 Pleasant. Mrs. Louella Tutt, 1303 Main. Patrick Witcher, Rt. 2, Brighton Mrs. Ruth Whitener, Wood River. John Cox, Jerneyville. \ Mrs. Phyllis Flanagan, 1312 Pearl. John Rothe, Roxana. Mrs. Dolores Arington, Hartford John Davis, Eaat Alton. Dale Dintelmann. 506 Cherry. Jack Grayson, 444 Washington. John Hampsey, East Alton. Mrs. Marie Harrington, 2517 Elizabeth. Mrs. Charlotte Herndon, 2905 Bueoa Vista. Thomas Hill, 2907 Edgewood. Joseph Hurst, Aurora. Hugo Koehler, 1540 Highland. Glenn Lacey, Wood River. Mils Cheryl Large, Wood River. Mrs. Elaine McDougal, Edwards ville. James Martin, Wood River. Mrs. Sharlene Meyer, 3510 Omega. Steven Michalski, East Alton. Mrs. Gussie Page, 1891 Oakwood Mrs. Dorothy Rutledge, 129 Dooley. Mrs. Wanda Stromske, 3414 Yost Mary Vidakovich, East AJton. Mrs. Helen Watkins, 2619 Main. Mrs. Catherine Wright, White Hall. ST. ANTHOKY'S MEDICAL John Eilenberger, 1247 Ninth. Burdeil Lansdon, 328 George, East Alton. Harold Peters, 914 Royal. William Schmidt, Rt. 1. Godfrey Mrs. Griselda HeUemeyer, 1100 Putnam. Mrs. Ermel Featherstone, 2220 Brown. Kathy Hasten, 721 Royal. OI8MISBALS Michael Hensler, 27 Elm. George Horstman, 3703 Aberdeen Mrs. Leona Romo, 709 Lampert. Miss Dorene Wilderman, 2513 Denny. Mrs. Dorothy Kane, Wood River. Henry Schweppe, 200 Prospect. ALTON MEMORIAL MEDICAL Marlon Qayle, Wood River. James Osborne, 1808 Main. Mrs. Margaret Hawkins, 242 Sherwood. Mrs. Dolores Cummings, East Alton. Mrs. Irene Garner, 945 Douglas SURGICAL Alfred Taylor. Carrollton. Harold Murphy, 3201 Duco. Heber Brannon, East Alton. August Morellne, Golden Eagle, DISMISSALS Mrs. Omega Aniell, Wood Rivei Diane Barker, Moro. Mn. Earlene Barnes, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Ailene Blankenship, 2703 Sanrord. Mrs, Mary Boyd, 2932 Buena Vista. Carl Clayton, 3203 Edaall Mrs. Karlene Cox, 601 Mildred. Mrs. Rutb Parr, Rt. 1. Mrs. Manrte Green, Cottage Hills Mrs. Donna Haag, 2114 Orchard. Max Hendricks, 2605 Hlllcrest. Charles Ummon, East Alton. Robert MoManus, East Alton. Mrs. Doris Marshall. Bethalto. William Mazrum, 3506 Ohio. Gerald Oulson, Rt. 1. James Porter, Wood River. Dougjas Wallace, 214 Dooley. Kenneth WUlis, JerseyvJlle. Mrs. Hilma Kennedy. E. Alton. Mr3. Hettie Adams, 604 Porter Mrs. Grace Polster, Brighton. Charles Irwln, 3500 Merldopla. Mrs. Kthel Wade. Wood River. Judy Reynolds, Godfrey. Mrs. Doris Hager, 2621 Bostwiok Mrs. Velma Boren, East Alton. Mrs. Dora Floyd, 604 Edmond. Mrs. Carol Heppner, 2118 John. Mrs. Betty DeVou.s. East Ait"ji. Thomas Van Meter, 764 Berrv-. Claud Thurman, 11W Beati- mont. Alton DICTIONARIES For School—Home College—Office GODWIN OFFICE SIJPPLV, Inc. 1U E. Bdwy. Ph. HO 6-7 76« Downtown Alton WfUhlrt VIHaqt. E. Alton Barleffs Quality Stores Sale Ends Saturday, Aug. 13th FINAL REDUCTION • SUMMER SUITS • SLACKS • SPORT COATS • SHOES DID YOU KNOW! 1. Piosa FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN invested more than $1,400,000.00 Home Loon funds with *E. I. P.'s during the 12 month period ending June 30, 1960. 2. You ore an t. I. P. ot Piasa FIRST FEDERAL •Extremely Important Person Piasa First Federal STATE ft WALL STS. PHONE HO 5-2555 V Ground Beef »% ft*. AM* to** t <•» brtMl I Mf. «*••*•*) and kMfM «tfl »•• reck infv 0reevve tee* 9*m »fi4 (ay tfrlps «f bMM «nr MM M*. Mi* Hi ISO 4«|. •*•« •Bf ee^fex. 1 n Mevt*ti 1 He. Mil » "*' np. 49 Flakes Hwittr's Boiled Ham Lean Sltod Kellogg's Corn 19c Value On* Limit 3. LaVern Allen Norton & Alien. Inc. Newell R. Allen & Ntmmons. Inc. Paul Davlion Rainford Agency. Inc. Geo. J. Thomas Agency Associate Fred W. Delano Delano Insurance Asency Jay H. Delano Delano Insurance Agency J. M. Delaney Steck-stewart & Co. Roy GelU Celu Insurance Agency Dudley F. Glber«on The Glbersoti Insurance Agency C. W. Preserves Dwan Cherries CodrtaH Del Monte C. W. Shortening Nectarines rn»H. lor • cans I-ft. 47e 63e MS COFFEE Chose '• Scniboni" OfM Umrt 1-LB. CAN 59 \ Robert E. GUuebrook John A. Grosibelm Gliuebrook Grosshelm Insurance Auency ' Agency. Inc. fr- it On Tint tf«xf Tint/ Harry Ingram Rainford Agency. Inc. Geo. J. Thomas Agency Associate Herchal Jonei Ernst & Jones Agency 1'om Jones hrnsi & Jones Agency Jesse A. Lewis Clover Leaf A«ency MEMBERS OF THE ALTON ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS, Inc. Good News For You— The New, New Homeoivners Policy is here! it naves you money because the premium i* reduced and the coverages are broader. Kegardless of whether you now have a Homeowners or several separate policie*, in order to provide you with the proper insurance coverage at the lowest possible cost, requires the individual attention of oti Independent insurance Agent, If gou desire to review your cot> eruyes, contact any of the Alton 4**oeiafion of insurance Agents listed here. Edmund C. Norton Norton & Allen. Inc. George J. Thomas Insurance Counselor HI-C DRINKS Orange : •ft 4 44-... $1 - I $100 BABY FOODS Heini Stroined Soup . J ^SS5s2 Mlr ^iiKte Tomato Juice " J S. €f -2 J !S«€| c w - Fc y- Whol « Grwn Speart c w - Green cut« & Spears cans Watermelons K. E. (Dlno) Part Urossheim Ins. Agency Leo R. PohJman Pohlman Insurance Agency Green Peppers 1 C Home 6rown u,. fc . ^ I *V Carl E. Price Carl Price Insurance Agency Reynold W. Queen Queen Insurance Agency Ralph W. Luken Luken Agency. Inc. James J. Malon«y Noll Insurance Agency Look for thii stal bt- for* you buy iniuranct. 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