Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 43
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April 6, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 43

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PADS ALTON TELEGRAPH .Iff ,41 S. Roxana SOUTH ROXANA — Mfss Ja-t net Carson and Mrs. Marjortej Grnftnan presented are srodent?; from ff» first through stxth grades! River ••* Outdoor* wltk Raroltf Strohs Bowl Hot Scries DETROIT (AP> j Strohs are riding - The Detroit high for the. mom*m m the American Bowttng Congrw* 1t*rrn»TiW'nt with * chunc* of taking over the classic 1 division team lend. i The Strohs, making the best start so far of any classic team, smashed otrt a 3,006 In their flrst Tt|dy roll their wcBMi Oicec 10- rtWit, necdtng a 2.W6 to taKe the lead from the Chicago Hamms. The Hamms have led since test Saturday with their 5,910. Bob Strampc pacwd tf\e Strehs with a 968. Bob Crawford rolled three games Wednwday night 90& school auditorium and various, rne „__», ,-_., M form of art from thp simple to j ninth annual Boat and Sports Boating Clawtw more advanced was demonsfrat- Show set for May H in Downtown- pavis. the Boat Safety Super etl In- the students Alton an<1 tnp f°"°"i n ff *•>' "'' visor, is trying something new in TearherK who also had item* of the boat club grounds on Piasa ti irep cities of Illinois. His dean and leather craft on display Creek is pining momentum in 'partim-m. the Highway Patrol, the werr Mrs. .lennie Hudspeth. Mrs Hie numbrv of exhibitors. v.S Owl Guard. «nd other of Esther Evans Mrs Ksther Gene- The intesi firms and Rixuips ficinls plan to conduct three one- leif and Leland Durham, wlmh "ill show displays are the night beating classes in as many students of HIP German class?*. Pi;i*a Bow hunters. Freeh and cities this month if possible. Tin.' taught b\ i-.iiik C.ersleneckei. put Bei r> Marine Sales of Carrollton. .cities hr has selected are Wailon a classic play "Musician of .\mold's Boats and Motor* ofjkecan. Quiney and Alton The Bremlin." A program of square t;rilton Jim Howard Boat Re- Waukeis'un elass rs set for next dancing and sineinc was given •pair. Clark Boats and Motors. .'Tuesday. by the pupils in Lloyd McClurc Allied Marine. Forester Trailer' ,\j! boat owners are invited to and Bill Robet son's fifth and sixth Sales. Foster's Drug Store photo- the free classes to hear safety grades. The room count was won graphy department. suggestions, nautical rules of the by Ltoyd MeClure's room. More exhibitors are Oifton n >ad. highway operation of boat A motion was passed to send a Marina. YMCA. and the Alton'trailers and other important in- delejpite to the convention in Chi- Area Animal Aid Assn. Several formtuion. Boat owners may ask cago- others are pending Tliere are questions. Da\'is will let this now -?, rxhibitor^ m all. There writer know how the Wauhegan ;;IT still some spaces .-tvailabl-.' class succeeded so plans for Ale\ on though there are now more ton can tx 1 made accordingly exhibitors booked than duritis .isi >vai Stalt- Boat Patrol Illinois Conservation COOK'S PAINTS Get !! Lasting Beauty with COOK'S HOUSE PAINT De- > Made of finest Duality ingredients for unsurpassed hiding and coverage, easy brushing, and .protective beauty that lasts years longer. • Gas-and-fume-proof. • Mildew - resistant. • The most popular house paint in mid- America. Try it! Self-Cleansing White. Non-Fading Colors As Low As 7 38 GAL. * For BONUS YEARS of Beauty-Wear, Undercoat with GRIPBOND EXTERIOR WOOD UNDERCOAT The perfect bttt for • tor house punt 7" f OAl 20- Ft. Aluminum EXTENSION LADDER La;>\ to Carrv STRONG, SAFE 4-IN. 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In conjunction, the; Coast Guard Aiixiliarv will Mate" Giwnewald said. "T h e IKWT u-ill i>e rquippcd «-jth drac- amg equipment and other safety n) . )kc , Cuurtl . sv .M otu rboat Exam-, m-sjr. It will b,- pliinlv marked i nat j ons fltim j to 3 p.m. at the and cany „ siren On weekends g[ |j>uls wateltrunt nvo blocks es-pe«-ially. two men will man the ^^ o[ \\aslungton avenue. Aux- hoat m-er the Illinois side of the i)jary , %1 decals w1u ^ issued to j navigation channel of Alton Lake^i cnl |- ( passing inspection. Of-i as well as the Illinois River and fk . ers o{ the Gatewaj- Club are; Piasa Creek. Arthur Kennedy, commodore; Ed| Giueiifwald also pointed out L , vulgston< vice commodore; andj that until Piasa Creek was posted_Gcurjse Carper, acting secretary.! there urre more boating acci-'_ i dents .-.ini-entraled in those »vat- ei> than any similar body of water in the statr. Since boats mast n<j\\ proceed slowly there hasn't hoen any accidents, he noted. 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