Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 10, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH fUl'A. Bethalto Homecoming Program Shapes Up BKTHALTO — Float in the annual Brthallo to Celebrate Grnpe through thp town 'flip, parade will br followed by and entries coming parades are still being Home- accepted, it was announced TUPS — •—- day by thp homecoming committee Organization* interest in pntPritiE a float in thp parades tin Sept. I and ."> at .'i:30 p n; may notify William Neunabcr of Bethallo. Marching bund* scheduled to appear In Ihp parade on Sppt. 4 are: Civic Memorial High School NAUVOO, III. (Special) Nan- H(ind Ljnm)n l)nim Hn d Bugle voo will celebrate Its 23rd annual Corps, Okawville Explorers Grape Festival Sppt. 3-4. begin- Drum anil Bugle Corp, Wood nlnR with a kiddle's ppt paraHp Hivp| Dnim and Bu * lr (:OT| ' S 1 the Wood River High Marching Band. Marching units to participate n home show at the Nauvoo State in , n ,, parado on Monday Sept. Park. Sunday evening a paKeant 5 int .| Uflp rjv | r Memorial Band, and the presentation of thp fes- Wood River Municipal Band, tival queen and her court will .j er , PVV |||p Corvettes and Belle- com-lude the celebration. v ,,, p ' r , ahl . jP | P ti PS . Allen Case, star of the TV p o | iti( . a | sppa kers will appear show. "The Deputy." will make on S p,,, : , anfl -, lt WH ,, reported several appearances at thp fps- ()V mp (.hairman of the home- tlv(l1 rnming committee. Thp three day homecoming IK sponsorpd b> JVIadiMHl Pl'lllt lo ' n ** Bpm "" n Firemen and Amei i lean Legion. (id Safotv \uanl ! IJl " np|nK4 wl " * "" ^ nights. Music will be provided H V. Gardner. Owens Illinois by the orchestras of Elmer safety dim-tor, will present the "umphrpy. I wing Dollmger, and , , . the Skylarks. Other entertain Preston I.evis Award for op- mrn , im . llltlpsChcs , ei . Hughes and ! praline for H one-ypar-ppridd ,h P Wood Cats of Wood River.! with no lost time due to acci- the Kahok Dancers of Collinsville. dents lo C.iudo ,1 Ne;;n Jr.. planl Mary I^uns Dancers of East St manager of Ihe Madison plant of I,oui« and Jop Greenwell and his Owens-Illinois. Paper Products 'Sunset \ allev Boys of Radio Division, yl (he plant's annual Station WOKJ5, who will appear picnic Au«. -0 at Oni/ed Club- all throe davs. I»i:al enetrtainers Band Presents Concert at Moro t^ CMFSTERFIKLD - ppan Mefford. unn of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mefford of Chesfprfipld. will be a quarterback for the Bradley University football team this season. Mefford. a Tiinior. is a graduate of the Ca • MORO—ThP bund ponf*rt «pon wrpd by thf Woman's Community Club at the Moro Park Saturday evening wan well attended In addition fo thp Fostprburei' inville Community High School band, local talent participated. ' Hf> appparpd in six Barnes la-,1 Kpnrwth and Tom Bivpn* playpdj.^"' nnrl '"mpleted 12 of •>' «pvpral jrultar selections and thf 'I'^^ps (or HKi yards and onr "Merry Maids" 4-H cluh prpspnl ed a style show, motlPling t h ' drpsses they showed on countv day and at the coun tmichdown. Miss Kli/abpth W.ide. uho a companied hpi' crnisin. Mr^ Mary Mines. <>f Col llmsvillp. lo California aie r\ WARNS Secretary of State Christian Merter at news conference in Washington, told Russia to "take warning" that U. S. forelgn- iMiTlcy will continue to be forceful and effective during the coming political campaigns. He said he wanted to disabuse the Russians' idea that t'.S. foreign policy becomes "paralyzed" during election periods lest the Kremlin miscalculate U.S. intentions and spark World War III. Photo) ty fair. Mrs. Orville Cooper, lead-! er. was commentator. \^ pa l ^ m " ' ^ i s vveeken,! ^j !They made the trip by bus. The women report that beside*! Mr anr , V1| . s ,. ;dvvard Kal ,,i buying lumber for Ma.nds for fu-j flnd fHmj| arp v ., CHtlon , nR jn lure events they have a net profit !(j a |jf orn , s of S130 in their treasury. | ' Mrs _ p etfl| . Bl| ,. n<; Sr rn1pr . Return from Vacation* jtained at a dinner Sunday PVC- MORO Mr. and Mrs. Ed-|ninR in honor of the 82nd birth- win DeAVerff and children are i day of Mr. Burns, home from a 10-day vacation i Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wrx>ds trip to Clearuater. Fla.. wherejand daughter. Christie, and Mr. they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ted land Mrs. Lynn Houtzahan of Groppel. a former Wood RiveriGirard. attended the Losan resident, and Mr. an Mrs. John|County Fair at Lincoln Tuesday Balster of Largo. Fla.. who where Jim Woods is showing formerly lived in Roxana. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Cooper Hiid family have returned from two-week vacation. They visit- Iwgs. Mrs. turned Annie Rigsbey has re- home Irom Carlinville DS American U2 pilol Fran- H* (Jary Powers ha« pleaded guilty to pspfon- age charges according to the official Soviet new* agency Tass. Tass said Powers "pleaded guilty on the substance of the charge" on which he Is scheduled to stand trial in Moscow on Aug. 7 — his 31st birthday. (NBA Photo) Area Hospital where she ('NKA H Vellwvstonp, the Grand Te-i been a patient several weeks. jtons and Rix-ky Mountain Na- ~ jlional Parks in Colorado and Wyoming, and the Black Hills and Bad Lands in South Dakota. Mr. an Mrs. J. L. Brazier are home from a lour^seek vacation trip through the Northwest and Canada. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brazier, who jlive on a ranch in Bitlerroot HONOLULU (APi — A veteran!Valley, Mont., and at the Fran- Four Deaths lie lie red Suicide. •'j 3 Murders : school administrators. 1 The board said the raise would 'be paid for by eliminating the jobs of 1!9 teach'Ts and nine adminis- ;trators. "Snak"< -.r»'n in the country at>' bi'^i |pft wheif; tlv'y ai'P." an S.P.C A inv|,»M-toi told Alan ColliT. 1"'. of Not folk. l')nx- land. Alan had kept vv'tuit he hi> hnnif foi a v\eck. But it turned out lo h<~ an adder. soldier arrived home Tuesday and cis Brazier home in Tacoma. Wash. One of the highlights was gfounds interested in appearing on the 'Hie award, named for the program should contact J})m p s ''>"nd hi.s Japanese-born wife and hoard chairman of th- company. Apple or Dale Ball, both of Be- !tw ° v "" n * daughters and thejaeep-sea fish.ng in Washington. is being presented to the .Madi- thalto. Committee co-chairmen son plant for the period between for the homecoming are Vic Er- Au«. 4, 19M and Aug <1. 19(50. /.en Jr.. and Harry Darr. YOU'LL LIKE FOSTER'S DELIVERY SERVICE wife's former boy friend shot to where the biggest catch was a death, hp told police. 125-pound salmon. They vvitness- "We don't know what to think," ed some of the forest fires. I said Asst. Police Chief Leon " hil ' h have bcen the worst sincc (Straus "It looks like three mur- 1&1 °- En route "° me ' thc y vislt " ; ders and a suicide. But we're not ed their son-in-law and daugh- •sure of anything at this point." ^r. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schertz ' The dead were Tomoko Katorii and famll - v '" Minneapolis. Tatsuno. 'J.">. Margjp. 14 months. ;Minn. ' Ann. 4 months, and Jack Warden, j Mofti Note* i3."). of Atlanta. GH. j MORO -- Mi. and Mrs. Elmer The death .scene was a small Unterbrink and family of Madi- istudio apartment in \Vahiawa. a^son. Mo., wei'e visitors of Mr.! 'small town 17 miles north of and Mrs. John Unterbrink and i Honolulu. other relatives and friends Tues' Thp husband, Specialist Fourth'day and Wednesday. ' 'Class Albert Tatsuno. 26, said he Susan Stepson is vacationing, arrived home at 3:fiO p.m. and ujth Mr. and Mrs. David Sny- '. found the door locked. d Pr j n js'ew Orleans. La. Her; He told police hp climbed brother, James, is visiting ar through a bathroom window. (he home of an uncle. Mr. and i "He found his wife with a'bul- ; Mrs. Joseph Thomas, in Cobden.j let through her hpad, Ann near \\\ . death with the same kind of, T(?n . yPa r - old Steven Dorsev •• wound, and Warden dead with «; suf | ered painful injuries about, bullet through the head." Straus hjs hpad and face Thursday j when he fell from a load of| baled straw, pulling one of thei on him. He was at the] STONE BROS. CREDIT JEWELERS said. A .:>8 caliber revolver was under Warden's body, the officer sald - home of his grandparents, Mr. nrf M] , s Maur j ce Dorsey. and DISCOUNT YES, WE ARE GUILTY OF DISCOUNTING CARPET PRICES! ...But We Are Proud Of It! We have made thousands of home owners happy by installing beautiful carpet and saving them as much as $100 per room! AND REMEMBER- WE ARE THE ORIGINATORS OF FREE PADDING AND FREE INSTALLATION IN THE ALTON-WOOD RIVER AREA, -and We Still Do It! WE HAVE OUR OWN EXPERT CARPET LAYER — ABSOLUTELY NO CARPET WORK CONTRACTED OUT So tf you nted carpet and want the lowest Discount Price, tee ut before you buy. Shop around and Compare! Quality for Quality, Dollar for Dollar, we guarantee you can't beat our price! WE ABSOLUTELY WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! Our Prices Start At ; jj was taken to the office of a lo" cal physician for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. H. Earl Kabel of Davenport, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Myron C. Kabel of Cham-j paign were recent guests ofj Mrs. Margaret Kabel. j Sidney Hormel of Jerseyville will be in charge of the Sunday, morning service at the Presby-| lerian Church. i Mr. and Mrs. M. C. O'Dell.j with Larry and Bobby, visited Mrs. O'Dell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Yount of Hannibal. Mo.. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bra/.ior visited Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Do- hrinsky of Illiopolis Sunday. Belhalto Rotary Club Plans 'Family Night' BETHALTO — The annual "Family Night" of the Bethalto Rotary Club will be Aug. 17 on the grounds of the Civic Memorial High School. Members of the Rotary Club and their families are invited to attend the program. Members of the club were also invited to attend the Rotary District Convention at the Dunlap Hotel in Jacksonville Aug. i 28 through Aug. 30, President 1 , Calvin Neunaber said. Carolina VUitorn BETHALTO — Mrs. Edwin Schwallenstecker and son, Mike, of Goldborough, N. C., visited Mrs. Schwallenstecker's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Siever, and family of Cottage Hills. The visitors will also visit relatives in Hamburg. Over 60 full rolls in stock, on display now. See the actual carpet you get. Don't be misled by choosing from small samples. 5 88 n MR SQ. YD. COMPLETELY INSTALLED F WOOD RIVER • m URNITURE MART Strawberry Festival Scheduled 144 E. FEROUSON DIAL CL 4-0631 The Alton Little Theater Is sponsoring an "Old Fashioned Strawberry Festival" at the new Little Theater building at 2450 Henry St., Sunday afternoon. Miss Edna Howard, president, said the festival is one of sev-i eral projects intended to help finance the completion of the new building. She said all profits would be used in outfitting the interior of the building. Members of the group will serve ice cream, strawberries, cakes, coffee and soft dnnk.s from 3 to 9 p m. Berkeley Teachers Get Pay RaUe BERKfcLEV, Calif. (APf-The Berkeley School Board Tuesday night approved an eight per cent salary increaie lor teMohttm and 118 W. Third St. OPEN FRIDAY .UNTIL 9 P.M. Closeout of Summer Costume Jewelry Values to $3.95 includes: • Earrings • Necklaces • Bracelets 2 FOR OPEN FRIDAY TILL NINE P.M. Open MmcteT Ato Till Ntoe P.M. P.N.HIRSCH*CO. 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