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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAUB SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, I960 f*l*f»« te KM* "Mud floati Hffiir ftuffte" hprtlc fiarf r>f mrttlr-rn llfr lunch hour, to ease the trnffic A Frem-h firm producing a rush that takes piece »i about turbo rock drill for oil prosprrt- 1 t>.m nnrt BRSin at 1' (.••Im-Vi. ing. claims its equipment rparh- h»* Invaded rvpn thr South ; lt is hoped that this tr*t move erl a depth of 5.69S feet in nine ri'ivs near Paris, where a stand facile islands and Suva. F1.1i,|will institute a <ensib1r sin^.r. j,^ , ;1 ,— %1H ndC-p required 12 fat making plnn< rush hour traffic. to ease its itovernm<'nt offices will remain open during What is looked upon as Suva's .. , . „ arrt drill \votiH Ing of the lunch hour m all c.fflct's and business houses. As moM islanders arc early risers.,L-ng morning and short after- thls would avoid ihe traditional'noon Mrs. Eloise Tholen New Home Adviser for Greene CARROLLTON — Mrs. Eloise,and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Tholen of Winchester has accept-!Bruce Worthy. En route they ed the position of homo adviser will visit Mr. and Mrs. Invin in Greene County and will be- '1 lute-hens in Robinson. III.. and| pin her work here Sept. 1 after'they will also visit Mrs. Mc-j .having gone to the University of Lane's brother-in-law and sis-1 ; Illinois Aug. 29 to attend orienta- ter, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sanburg, i ition week. 'at Ashtabula, Ohio. i i Mrs. Tholen was employed : Receive Scholarships < i Monday afternoon at a joint CARROLLTON - Miss Diane i meeting of the Greene County j Davidson. Carrollton. Dale Rich- j Extension Council and thei ardson - Christine Rhoades and !Greene County Home Bureau atj john Westerhold. White Hall, and ithe city hall. Mrs. Tholen. who! Dorofh . v Lep Vinyard and Alon- lives on a farm north of Win-!' 10 Hannaford. Roodhouse, have ; Chester, holds a degree in home received teacher training schol- | economics and is a former as-'^nips to the universities of Isistant home adviser in Morgan I tneir choice, according to an an-j jand Scott counties. She succeeds' no " ncempnt marie Tuesday byj iMrs. Glenn Diehl. who served Mrs - Thelma Wilkinson. Greene | jas part-time home adviser, and County superintendent of schools. as JMiss Mary Ixni Hulse, who re- Misf! Davidson. Miss Vinyard: ,and Hannaford will attend thej •Illinois State Normal at Normal, Richardson and Westernold will' attend the Western University at Macomb and Miss Rhoades will attend Eastern Illinois Universi- | signed in December, 1959. i full-time home adviser. j Becker Funeral I CARROLLTON - Funeral j services for Miss Anna Becker jwas conducted Tuesday at 9 a.m. | at St. John's Catholic Church by the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Michael Enright. Burial was in St. .John's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Francis Hanson, Boh Nash, Bob Becker, Melvin Becker, Vincent Becker and David Becker. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON - Miss Stacy j Turner of White Hall was admit- Ited to Boyd Memorial Hospital | Monday. Admitted Tuesday ty at Charleston. Greene 4-H Members to State Fair Plegges Have Reunion at Mnro MORO—Sixty-five members of the Plegge family attended an annual reunion Sunday at Moro School where a basket dinner was served at noon. Hilmer Schoenbaum. vice president, was in charge of the business meeting. Schoenbaum was named as president for the coming year. Paul Helmkamp, vice president, and Miss Elaine Helmkamp. secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Sophia Plegge was the oldest person .present and sevrn- rnonth-old Debra Ann Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Meyer, was Ihe youngest. During the past year there was one death, Charles Schoenbaum, and one birth, Dehra Ann Meyer. At Nashville MORO—Kent Wildman, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wildman. accompanied by friends from Kast Alton, left Saturday for Nashville, Term., where they plan to attend the annual lectureship at David Lipscomb College. The lectures began Sunday and run through Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndel Neese and family left Mon- Indte 1$ training 46 engineers for Its new oil refinery at Oau- hatl, Assam, including a girl who will be In charge 6f the refinery's production. day and will also attend the lectureship. Pllt Torturt Soithid In Fi* Mlnutii Act now for fast relief from, torture of piles. Don't wait <nn-j ! other day. Apply Peterson's Ointment at once. This cooling, soothing, astringent formula has given Joyful relief to thousands for 40 years. Relieves Itching quickly. All druggists, hox 55c. or applicator tube 85c. Peterson's Ointment delights or ! money back.—Adv. LEARN TO DRIVE Safely, Economically, Conveniently. Dnil wm- trol, air conditioned cars, folly numwd, ifat* licenced. Profewilonal taMfnctofs. Free home pick up. Private of group Instruction. HOward 2-2S12 - Hours » A.M. to S P.M. AADTA DRIVING SCHOOL READ tWraph WANT ADS' DallvTELEORAPH Want Adi "CtICK 217 PIASA ST. Botwoon W. Third St. And Broadway **So what's wrong with polka-dot diapers?*' Not & thing. Ifs just that we think they're ... well, just a bit unusual, wouldn't you say? Well, bow were we to know they're the latest thing? It's beta quite a while since we've had occaskxUo wear them. What's this got to do with the water easiness? Darned if we know. We started out with the idea of getttaf soon a mfede message about your water system and bow important k is to our modern way of living. But polka-dot diapecs? Hey, Boss!!! GOOD WATER SERVICE IS WORTH THE PRICE ALTON WATER COMPANY Now Located at 309 Henry Street CARROLLTON - Outstand- g 4-H club members will go lo Mrs. Ada Weber of Roodhouse thp stflte fair '" Springfield to land admitted for surgery was exhibit 1hp ' r products. JMrs. Lena Zipprich of Kamps- D;lil '. v ™ nlr will be exhibited! jville. by Robert Goeddey. Fred Rob- Dismissed Monday were Mrs. inson «nd Miss Patricia Ann Lor- Katie Blajid of Kampsville and: (on and tne . v ' vit h their cattle i Mrs. Ruth Cunningham of Fay--will leave here Aug. 12. ; iotte. Dismissed Tuesday were Girls who are going from thej 'Mrs. .June Tepen and ' son of llo »i p economics 4-H club will i Kampsville and Franklin Rhoads K° Au B- 16 and remain through: iof Carrollton. 'Aug. 18. : Carrolltoh Notes i Appearing in the state dress 1 CARROLLTON — Miss Ber-i^v" 6 and modeling their own ,nice Hinshaw. El Paso, 111., a i dresses will be Barbara Hali former teacher in the Carrollton 'lock, Judy Martin, Sherry Sam- Community Unit High School, ;P le » Diane Davidson and Jo^will arrive Friday to spend ai anne Frank. Alternates are Cheri few days with Miss Julia pjer-j Bow man, Marilyn Lemon. Peg- son. g.v VVood and Billie June Fans; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Foilesi' er and daughters have returned; A demonstration on flower ar- home from Waterloo. Iowa, where! rangement will be given by Peg- they spent the weekend with:E- v Darrow. with Carol Kemp their uncle and aunt, Mr. and as alternate. A demonstration of ;Mr.s. K. E. Fauver. 4-H celebrity breads will be giv- ; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McLane en °y Rosemary Lemon, with jwill leave Wednesday for Har-; Jean Lovel as her alternate, jrisonburg, Va., where they will 1 Attending classes at the fair 'visit Mrs. McLane's son-in-law will be Mary K. Roller and Col.- - ,leen Henry, with Margaret El- m V • /HP. s>6&: USE GRANT'S CHARGE-IT LOOK! 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Mrs. Helen Goodrich, Mrs. Besse Bartlett, Mrs. Tom Manley and son and daughter, and Mrs. Dolores Beasley attended a reunion at the Keck I School near Deer Plain Sunday, i Mrs. \V. Smith, chairman of the ! food sale, .sponsored by the Kidelis | ("lass of the Methodist Church, i has announced that the sale will be held Saturday, Aug. 13, at the I ice house, beginning at 9 a.m. j .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniels i and son of Escondido. Calif., are i visiting this week at the home of Mrs. Daniels' mother, Mrs. Beatrice Pulton. Miss Mary Knnecnil of SI. Louis is the guesl this week of Miss; (ilenna Cnlchfield. i Sixty members of Wlmlpn-Hill j Posi American Legion enjoyed a j "Slag Pnrty" at the Legion home i Monday evening. Movies furnished •' enterlaiifmenl and refreshments I were served. [ Mr and Mrs. \V. H. Dunlope j and daughter, Mildred, returned home Monday from a 12-day vacation trip. They spent several days at Alley Springs and Eureka Springs, Mo., and Hot Springs, Ark. 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