Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 17
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April 6, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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CGHTBEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 6,1W1 Swrool Group tt Wood River Meets WOOD RIVER — voted to the School ^ Clipper Cferl Credit jSlHlTETI MEWS SHOP 18Z2 WMMngtoa Ave. MS fell* St. Downtown Wood River fte two beaten tWM, «M Re* to Free Eurcfie program, M the TYiesnXv meeting of SL Bar- Mrd's Jloiwc MM SCMHI elation at the school tall. Mrs. Wendell Hatet, _ announced officers wffl bft at the May 2 meeting. fwiil be held at the spring May 23. Members at the i basfcet ball team and Odd* less, coach, will be special at the affair and the team ttvpb* ies will be awarded. Pay of Recollection fa scheduled for April 16 at the church from 1 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Jame Broderick reported on the public card party heW Easter Monday at the school hall., Telegraph Want Ad* "CLICK" Employ Finn to Stage Anniversary Celebration KDWAftDSVILUK <•» MeAwftlwet tt cetefenttfl| tin <MMt (o SMftfeentcmial AMeei*bu.mo. Revtnan, teeorftif to IMiii^ittMiiiaii «ldM ., weaneaejr ni|m wnpteytht John D. Producing Co., Fuetcrta, to oMMtocf UM ISO) cvtebnflon of Mefflean County to 1963. the troop named et*w director* who will appoint a general chairman. Cost to the association ot serv- ces ot the Rogers company, specialists in civic celebrations, will be $6.300. which with other expenses' of J6..YK). will bring total budget Mtndtted bjr • tentative of the company, jtek Looker, wffl comt from tteftftt Mid for i Mttartcel spectacle to run MX nights during the celebration, sale of souvenir*, carnival rides, and sale of advertising and souvenir programs. Looker, in a report to the association, suggested a week long schedule of events in September, 1962. Named directors were: G. W, Hoelscher, Oranilr City; Irving Edwardsville Blood Drive SetAprfl20 Gran blooftflWMtt , fttd win vtsn Kd- wardsvllte April 20 from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m., according to announcement today of Mrs. LorettaWIl harm, chaptw blood program chairman, The bloodmoblle will be stationed at Eden Evangelical and Reformed Church and the Intermediate Girl Scmrts of Edwards- vl«e will assist In recruiting donors. Quota for the visit will be ISO rM 1 Marcus Prices Dilliard. Collinsville: Vernon W.j Pints. Iftner. Highland: Mrs. Maitland' (A. Timmprmeier. Alton; Wilbur i j Meyer, Hamel; Edward A. Kane, (Edwardsville: and Wilbur R. Trimpe and Leslie Prehn, both ot Bethalto. Couple Honored EDWARDSVILLE - Mr. Mrs. Harold Brockmeier, and! 1050 i Methodist Men Of Godfrey to Have Breakfast 4 Edwardtville Area Resident* Enter Hospital EDWARMVQUE •• to St.' land, two panetits WCM ana one birth WHS Koorued. Born to Mr. and Mrs, John Knoepfte, 13 Ron Ave., « daughter, at 8:38 «.m. Wednnday weight 7 pounds 10 ounces. The mother is the former Margaret Sower. Admitted were: William Miller, 508 Phillipena St.; Miss Myra Mitchell, Home avenue; Mrs. Darlene Johnson. 706 Thomas; Joseph Cronln, 443 East Vandalla. Discharged were: Craig Neuen- Ontnii 8t. Lwti ^ Of xMlMMMy> WM ntr of itettt* ft*! In vlvn tnfMMMIMt PfMMmltiOII 01 uMI nOflOr wtt made at a tlrtetim of fM SttN dent Society of Civil by A. Cart Wtber, director of research engineering at Laolede Steel Oo. Casey Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Lloyd Casey. The Dalles, a city hi Oregon, derives its name from the French word for "flagstones." schwander. Route 3; Mrs. Shirley Lanham. 633 Voge. GODFREY—The monthly break- Schwar/, were guests Wednesday (fast of the Methodist Men's organization will be held Sunday morning at 7:30 in the church It WHS announced fo- evening a» their home at a surprise sliver wedding anniversary observance given by a number of'basement, their friends. Attending the party, Hay. were 25 guests from Alton, Rose- Gups1 sprakpr following the wood Heights, Collinsville and Ed- j bn , ak ( ast w j|| he Dr. Groves •wardsville. j Smith, well-known area psychia The Brockmeiers. who were'tnst. married in Edwardsvtlle April 5, A( , men of )hf) ^ mch wnetBpr 1936. are the parents of a daugh-;, hey m mfmbm O f the organi- fligbt, 7 j,H on or nof arc , invited to attend ter. Mary Ann. a TWA hostess stationed in New York jthe meeting. Citv, and a son. Earl, of Edwards-' •Mile. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" VOTE FOR L Attorney at Law, Cdwardtvllle, III. FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF EDUCATION EDWARDSVILLE Community Unit School District No. 7 ELECTION, Saturday, April 8,1961 0HN Ml. AND MON. KITE 'Tit I 114 West 3rd St Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" PLUN6E! CDATS TOPPERS/4 OPEN EVERY NIGHT ONE GROUP PRESSES 1/3 Off SAVE AT ALL THREE STORES! 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