Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 8, 1961 · Page 8
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April 8, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAOTEKJHT JUTON TEJSGRAw! SATURDAY, HOME SAVINGS BUILDING PAINTED A coat of white paint has been applied to the building at the corner of Piasa and W. Broadway. Steel bars have been fastened to the walls to sup- port the curtain facing which will be outset several inches from the brick.— Staff Photo. meeting will er. be with Mrs. Lang- Submerged Elephants By pushing their trunks above Mrs. Owille Bechdoldt was dis-| t j, e surface of the water and AMSTERDAM—Improved sales in The Netherlands and also in nine foriegn countries are report- missed Wednesday from Our Sa- j breathing through them, elephants Jed by Erven Lucas Bols. describ viour's Hospital of Jacksonville \ Cal1 wnlk m tno bottomi of a fair-' " river. LIKE AX OLD TIME CASTLE Stone facing on stairway enclosure looks like a castle tower of olden days. The white marble glistens with sparkling facets and contrasts highly with blue sky, black glazed tile and red iron. Alton Savings and Loan building will be a decorative landmark on 3rd at E. Broadway.—Staff Photo. BULLDOZER DUMPS ROCK OFF BLUFF Loose rock is scraped off the bluff lie. Rock is being hauled to the river- after blasting breaks up the stone. Ap- bank opposite, the Piasa Tool Company, proximately two weeks yet remain be- —Staff Photo, fore the road can be opened to the pub- NOTTOLI Barn Destroyed by Fire Near Shipnian SHIPMAN — A barn and all Its contents on the Joseph Mutzbauer farm in the Harmony Community was destroyed by fire Thursday afternoon. The origin of the blaze is unknown. A quantity of hay. straw, corn and a corn picker were among tiie contents burned. Club Entertained SHIPMAN — The Harmony Community Club met at the Community Center Thursday afternoon. It was decided to meet for an all-day session on April 19 to paint the interior of the center building. Those who attend are to bring a sack lunch. Readings were given by Miss Ethel Doughty. Mrs. Henry Mills and Mrs. Vernon Doughty. A vocal duet was sung by Mrs. Vernon Doughty and Mrs. John Edwards. After .games refreshments were served to 30 members and one guest, Miss Vella Wood, by the hostesses who were: Mrs. Bess; Carter, Mrs. Richard Metcalf and Mrs. Earl Shelton. j 4 H Girls Meet SHIPMAN — The Sunbeam Girls 4-H Club met at the Methodist Church after school Thurs-: day. There were 29 members and a guest. Lenora Maxwell present. Mary Caveny and Mary Cameron gave a demonstration on chocolate chip cookies which they served for refreshments. Kay Wood demonstrated douglumts. All projects for the year have been selected. Members will meet at the Methodist Church Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. to practice for the "Share the Fun Festival" to be Trimpe to Speak at Youth Conference SPRINGFIELD, m. (SpeciaU- Superintendent of Schools Wilbur! R. Trimpe, .of Edwardsville, will! be one of the speakers at the 30th ' annual Governor's Conference on Youth next week in Chicago, ex-j pected to attract 800 persons, ! He will take part in a session! Friday morning on the topic, 1 "Practical Lessons to be Learned from Community Research." The .two-day conference, which opens Thursday morning at the Hotel Sherman, will be present:ed by the" Division of Community Services of the Illinois Youth Commission., with t he coopera- :held in Caiiinville tiiis month. Volumes on Scandanavia At Library i where she had been a patient forjjy jseveral weeks. j . I Mrs. Dan Carmody of Elgin is. „_-_—....„ ._.,_._ ! spending several days this week | with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. iByrl McGlasson. Mrs. McGlasson .is recuperating from recent sur- igery. . I ! Mrs. Richard Brannan enter-! jtained members of her Canasta! jClub Thursday evening. j There will be & Sunday school! ! teachers meeting 7:30 p.m. tonight jat the Baptist Church. Sunday i services in the church will bei •CLICK" ed as the oldest distillery in the world. READ Telegraph WANT ADS Dally ELDRED — The Pastime Club!church sc hool 9:30 a.m. Rev. John land distribution of this work. j The three volumes comprising ithe set are extremely handsome land profusely illustrated. The| . ! first two volumes are concerned j met Wednesday afternoon at Finnan will speak at 10:30 and i with historial and cultural develop-j the home of Mrs. Ben Black with| BYF w* 11 be 6 P- m - , iment beginning with the Vikings,jio members present. Roll calli DARWIN — Huge toads which! jand carrying through to the pre-]^ ..^ t j yk ^ st About : grow up to a foot in ] eng th Volume III deals with all! are sent. Volume III deals with alH Farm Life „ Mrs R()y L(Jgan and a ^ [„ North Austra i ia as they j Hayner City Library has receiv-i aspects of llle m modern Scancn-i MrSi ^^ ^^^ read articles.! exude a poison fatal to dogs and ed a three volume set entitled i navia government, art, education. A sodal hour {ollowed T^ May'other small animals. ! "Scandinavia Past and Pre-; and business. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ sent." as a gift from the Scan-: The s P° nsors ^ .,, that ** dinavian countries. These sets are|™a*"8 ° f «»s ™>rk ^ ""J? 86 , being presented to libraries in thlsj* 6 understanding and strengthen! country as a demonstration of the lthe SUPER MARKET Highland & Gold Sts. CHOICE AND MEATS AVAILABLE OPEN SUNDAY 812ANM00 ; 0 that exist between gratitude which the Scandinavian | America and Scandinavia." peoples feel toward the people of! "We Retired to Travel," by the United States because of;Samuel E. Lessere. i what this country has meant to! Forced to retire early because them during and after World War,of health, the author found that, n j "Dying with one's boots on seem- Cities and institutions in Den-Jed, in retrospect, no worse than mark, Finland, Iceland, Nonvayj^f wlth Jheni off. Then a let- and Sweden provided the eco nomic si ter from an old friend in North ;upp^)'rt Tor'The" production I Africa completely changed his j life. The letter revealed that many The date for the next meeting jtion of more than 70 other agen-, Amer j cans had hit upon selected will be announced later. cies and organizations. MAKE IT A FAMILY NIGHT! A. ft P. Food Stores 411 FREE PARKING METERS liedermoR Furniture SM-JM Pfaua Carson Jewelry tU W. 3rd '• Franklin Union Furniture J 300 E. Broadway <J Gorrett Furniture 16 W. Broadway Carely's 108 W. 3rd J. A R. Auto Stores Spiegel Catalog Desk 400 Belle L ft L Furniture 4tb and Plata St Myers Ires. 3rd and Piau EXTRA SHOPPING Paul's Fabrics 806 State St Schaeffer's 108 W. 3rd Sears Roebuck Co. SOS-«8 Plata Slack Furniture 208 W. 3rd Thrifty Drug 323 tfelle Thrift Hardware 800 Belle Vick's Shoes 114 W. 3rd Vogue uu U. 3rd Young's Dry Goods 104-108 W. 3rd AVOID RUSH and TENSION! ! spots in Europe where it was pos- 'sible to live comfortably with a limited income and beat the inflated cost of living in the United [States. This account of their ex- 'periences tells what one needs to knosv for living abroad on aj modest income. "A Victorian in Orbit," as told to James Brough. The irreverent memoirs of Sir Cedric Hardwicke, who feels us quite candidly tliat he has broken most of the Ten Commandments, even to killing Germans in the First World War. Delightfully 'amusing, occasionally acerb, this is not just another name-dropping j memoir, but entertaining reading jfor every enthusiastic theatergo- ier. "By Rocking Chair Across Russia," by Alex Atkinson and Ronald Searle. Never having been to Russia, Ithis is a no-holds-barred report of la team of intrepid pen-and-ink satirists who have nothing what ever to hide. Essential reading for all rocking-chair readers who lack the visas, money, or imagination. Best Sellers oftne Week FICTION — Schwarz-Bart, "The Last of the Just;" Michener, ("Hawaii;" Drury, "Advise and !Consent;" Lee, "To Kill A Mock- linhird;" Greene, "A Burnt-Out Case;" O'Hara, "Sermons and Soda Water;" Milner, "Winnie llle Pui;" Dos Passes, "Midcentury;" Maclnnes, "Decision at Delphi;" Coward, "Pomp and Circum-j stance;" NON-FICTION — Shirer, "T h e Rise and Fall of the Third Reich;" Amory, "Who Killed Society?" Packard. "The Waste Makers;" Ciann, "Fate is the Hunter;" Moort-head. "The White Nile;" Statler, "Japanese Inn;" Kerr, "The Snake Has All the Line;" Maxwell, "King of Bright Water;" Fm\ Kr, ".Skyline;" Adamson, "Born Ku-e;" Parks, "My Thirty Years Backstairs at the White House." Man Killed When Car Hilt) Parked Grader CHICAGO <AP> — An auto slushed through u construction lianiiT and slummed into u juirkcd road grader Friday night, killing its passenger, a lx>ckport truck driver. Tlie victim was Fred Janda, 36, of U18 McCarron St. Another truck driver, Albert H. Groth, 31, of L'JOO Highland St., Lockport, was hospitalized in serious condition. The accident occurred in soujth suburban Palos Township. The impact of the car against the toad grader bounced the auto back 10 feet. The grader didn't budge. WATCH YOUR mmm SAVINGS mm and GROW they will when you save regularly and systematically.... Your First National Bank SAVINGS will earn ior you GUARANTEED BANK INTEREST to make a cherished dream come true Like the laws of gravity, the laws of saving are universal and unchanging. Your success in paying yourself by saving regularly will be the means of bringing to fulfillment your ambitions and desires. 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