Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
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PAGCTfif ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, To Represent Area in National Patrol Parade Nkrhrts. «BB «f Mr. Mm. Maurice Nk^fiols. 2BM CMivej St has bcrn srtprtpd ** the Al ton sn»a'.« mitstandine patrol boy and will repttwnt Alton in the 25th annual Natfonal School Safety Patrol Parade on May 13 in Washington, D. C. Joseph, a sixth grade student, at McKinlevDelmar School, was- srlecn?d as the outstanding patrol hoy in his school and was awarded j a certificate for his good work in 1 a program conducted by the AAA; Automobile Club and the Tele-| graph. There were 22 other grade i srbool patrol members selected from the public and parochial schools in the Alton School Dis-. trict. i Mayor P. W. Day was asked by the Auto Club to select, from the ! 23 selected patrol members, the one who was the mast outstanding. Mayor D;w asked the Traffic Safety Commiiwion to make a selection from the group. Upon completion of the selection the commission presented the winner's name to Mayor Day, who in turn gave it to the Auto Club. Judges Named For Carrollton Mtiny Election CARROLLTON-Tarronton r potion will he Twiday. April 18 and Jtidgp* weir named Tuesday evening by thr City Council. .Tun's** In thr Firs! Ward af* Mrs. Denne Clou«h. Mrs. Lynn Shackelford. Miss Lucy Mahoney Miss Marie Hanlon. Robert Clnn ahan and Lucius Wood. .TudRWt in the Second Ward are Max Smith. Mrs. John Price. Mr« PhH Fnrrefley. Mrs. John dark Mrs. Mar Alfpld and Mrs. Fred Ashlock. Judges in the Third Ward are Mrs Eberle Huff. Mrs. John Oriz /le. Miss Cecelia Berlin, Mrs Paul Roach and Mrs. William Stevens. To be elected are a mayor, citv clerk, city treasurer, police trate and one alderman in each ward, with the exception of the first, where two will be elected erne to fill an unrxpired term. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON - Miss Marga Joseph will join 29 other patrol """> /' u "•"'""'«• """' '.'""•• r pt . Bakpr - F? r . ro " to ^ fe " ln | h<> members from the Illinois. Mw- aRPr of thr ARnculttiral Stahiliza,, business dtstnet Tuesday eventag souri. and Kansas states area for tion f nd Conservation office to| and fractured a bone in her ankle the all-e.xpense.paid trip to Wash- tarrollton will explain the ASCjand is a patient at Boyd Memori inpton. TOs is the third con- P'^™'» ^ <-orn proflurers at a) Hospital George Stewart cus- secutive vear thr Auio Club has thr f mw "' n P s ^"^'^ «» be. Mian at the Greene County Court sent a delcgat.on to the national holfi m the t ' olint - v - "'^ ^""^ suddpn '- v '" , W ^ pnratjp The first meeting will be Mon- nesday and is hospitalized The patrol dclecation «ill meet (lav. April 10. in the Greenfield Uvnn Waltrip of Wrights entered in St. Louis on May 10 to board:High School auditorium: the sec- the hospital as a medical patient n chartered bus for the trip to ond Tuesday. April 11. at White Tuesday and Stanley McClelland the nation's Capitol En route they Hall High School gymnasium and:of Greenfield entered for surgery wil] visit historic Gettysburg/the third Wednesday. April 12. in; Admitted Wednesday, in add! arriving in Washington the after-'the Courtroom of Greene countyjtion to Stewart, were Mrs. B«rtha noon of May 11. May 12. the! courthouse in Carrollton. j Ralston of^Palmyra^ and^ Miss group will meet their local con-| Both Bicket and Combrink ' ' ~ * gressmen at a breakfast and then have attended special meetings tour the Capitol Building and on the program. 'er of Oklahoma, then will tour national buildings l^odge Initiate ! '- JOSEPH NICHOLS ASC Meetings Set For Greene County CARROLLTON — John Ricket. Greene county farm adviser and Harrv M Conihrink. office man- Combrinki Linda Lou Reed of Greenfield. The mistletoe is the state flow. and points of interest in Wash-; CARROLLTON — Miss Jacque-i'nto membership in Temple East ington. Early Saturday morning | jne Horn d aus hter O f Dr. andlern Star Chapter Tuesday eve- the group will assemble on Con-i^j rs stitution avenue for the parade. More than 30.000 patrol members from all over the United States will march in the parade. The contingent from the Auto Club will be the fifth unit in the line of march. After the parade, the delegation j will board a bus for a trip to the; White House before returning toj SL Louis. During the trip the del-! egation will be under the super-j vision of Auto dub personnel. Catholic Daughters Meet at Carrolllon CARROLLTON — Two breakfasts will be served during the; month of April by th" Catholic Daughters o( America, according to plans made Tuesday evening at St. Johns School hall. The first breakfast will be served Sunday' to members of the Holy Name; Society who will attend mass atj St. John's Church on that date.) Knights of Columbus will attend; mass in a group at St. John's, Church on April 30 and they will! be guests at a breakfast on that date. Mrs. August Pohlman, Mrs. Bessie Schnelten, Mrs. Leo GrummeU, Mrs. Frank Schnelten and Mrs. Robert Sethaler were named members of a nominating committee. Guests at the birthday table were Mrs. Bessie Schnelten. Mrs. Sarah Wagner, Mrs. Herbert Hartman and Miss Mary Pohl man. Mrs. Peter Steinacher Sr., and Mrs. Eugene Steinacher headed the hostess committee. Parents o* Son CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mirabelli Jr., of Wheaton are the parents of a son born Tupsday , nigfht in a hospital at Oak Park. , This is thf fir«t child of the couple. Mirabnlli i« the son of Mr, and Mrs. Jor Mirabrlli Sr.. of Wheaton. and his innthnr is thr former Mnrjnrio Schmidt, daughter of Mrs A. A. Srhmil/ of this city Thr baby is thr first great- grandchild of Mr«. Sfhmit/. (ookip Sale CARROLLTON — Mrs Buri Roth of Carrollton is county chairman as wfll HS thr local chair- j man of the Girl Scout Cookie sale,] which opens officially Thursday.! Each Girl Scout and Brownie in| Carrollton will have 21 boxes of cookies to sell and there will be three varieties To Move T(» Square CARROLLTON— Gilbert Jeffrey, owner of Jeffrey Skplea* store, will move- his business later this month to the building un the east sidr of the siiuai'i 1 ii'iu- hdiMMi' the Hipkins Typp\\ nti'i KM'h.inuf. Thr biiilrtina u -is iwnr-'hl l>\ ,l<'f licy fion. f'.rt\ Hipkiris ami rr- n;f>df !.ii'.' h-i- iln-;<iK hpunn \vitM thr huildini '.' a Mui.Hur and uuik-ho[> it ti:r if* i df the P''P* erii biiilrliiii: Thf Hipkins T>i>c- ' writei Exrhaiiiu- will ino\e ot the building nov^ housing Jeltrey Skel- '. gas and owned l)> E. I Curnutt EnlUls in Alrforct • CARROLLTON — Tommy Greaves. s«n of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greaves, enlisted ii) the US. Air- : force in St Louis> Tuesday and i left Wednesday for Lackland Air- force Base at San Antonio Armstrong Funeral CARROLLTON — tuner*! serv • ict-'S for (.ji-oije Ai iiiMi'iiii: \\>i< condui-ieci \Vciiiiesd.i\i at Simpson Horn, was received ning at Masonic Hall, UVITtWI AlTDIinc. B.F.Goodrich Bargain Hunter's Corner BUY NOW! PAY LATER USE YOUR GREUlT No. In Stock Item WAS 4 Motorola 17" TV 179.95 1 Auto Radio, 1958 Ch«vrd«t 3 FM Motorola Radios 3 Motorola Portable Stortos 4 Automatic Record Players 3 "Motoroio Transistor Radios nd Earphone _ _ _ 1 23" Motorola Console TV Swivel Ba»e_ __ __ 1 Kelvinator Gas Range 319,95 112 Cu. Ft. Kelv. Refrigerator Automatic JJefroit 1 13 Cu. Ft. Kelv. Refrigerator Frost-Free 2 Kelvinator Automatic Washers 1 1 3 Cu. Ft. White King Freeier 244.95 1 17 Cu. Ft. 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