Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1952 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, JtJMfi 3, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Country Wild HAROLD BRAND Slmdp Trees Wanted Many persons enjoyed outings at Pore Mfirquolte pnrk on Decoration Dny. Shade trees were nt. n premium for outdoor enthusiasts who combined ptcnlcing with fishing, boaling, baseball and other sports. The grounds near the river were still damp and soggy from the recent flood. High water marks on the trees showed that, the water had been about six feel deep between the highway and the river. A serious accident nearly occurred in I he river, near the park, when two outboard craft collided. The bow of one boat ran up on top of the mitlscction of another croft just, missing the passengers, The bouts were pushed apart and the pilots continued on thoir way. FlHliing Trl|i S. L. Moore, realtor, snirt that he and a group of friends recently enjoyed a three-day fishing trip at Bull Shoals reservoir in Arkansas. In the party were E. C. Iloeferl. rejired auto dealer, Sid Drake, tire dealer, Dr. L. E. Allen and his brother, E>r- G. I-. holn dentists. Dr. G. I. Allen hooked the largest fish, a Sis-pound bass. The men caught many bluoglll including some on surface plugs. Moore related an amusing incident, that occurred while Dr. G. I. Allen was casting a plug for bass: "Allen cast the plug in front of a large frog sitting on the bank. The scared frog jumped about three feet straight up in the air.. After landing, the frog became curious and approached the plug, inspected it, and then backed up. The frog did this three times during three successive casts. Apparently the frog was trying to make up his mind just what kind of object landed near him and whether it might be good to eat. The area was abounding in frogs and many were caught by hunters and fishermen during our stay at the reservoir. There were also many water moccasins in the area. I saw several that must have been blind as they would continually swim and bump into obstructions in the water." Raised Fishing Nets Carl Bergstrom, telephone cable supervisor, and his brother, Al, of Flint, Mich., who is visiting him, went out in a boat on Alton lake with W. T. (Red) Sherman on a recent evening to raise some hoop nets. Sherman raised a net that contained four buffalo, two of which weighed about 15 pounds. . Sherman became excited because of the size of the 'fish and entangled his two visitors in the net as he emptied the fish into the boat. Still excited, Sherman replaced the net but fed out 120 feet of anchor line from the inside of the reel instead of the outside. It was a slow process taking 20 minutes time instead of a normal few seconds. Al Bergstrom related that be often formerly towed 1000 to 1400 feet of logs across a lake In Michigan with a small scow. There was such little freeboard on the scow that Bergstrom and his crew would often spend most of their, trip bailing. Many times,.his crew would quit after one such trip. Chess Tourney Opens Thursday at YMCA The YMCA Chess club i» sponsoring ft chess tournament beginning Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Y. The object of the tournament is to find out how the players in (lie Alton area rank, and to provide younger men tournament experience mid fellowship, Entered in ihe tournament are Dr. J. W. Chambers, Dale Dick Bill Fabianio, Richard Hibbs, Robert Keating, Robert Fofts, Stewart McAriff, Erich Newberry. Wil Ham Tript, James Weaver, How ard Wildormnn, and Willard Zahn The tournament is open "o any ono interested, whether experienc CRAFMN LET US RECONDITION YOUR FINE JEWELRY A new face for your witch to make it more fashionabk »n- other jetting for your precioui jewel. Let, our jewelry repiir craftsman bring new and striking beauty to your precioui keepsakes. Calhoun Grade Promotion June 7 THOSE WHO MINISTERED RECEIVE MINISTRY — Five former pastors of Trinity Lutheran Church received ministry from present pastor, the Rev. Paul Juergensen, Sunday, as 'he church on Blair and Maple celebrated its golden anniversary From left, the founder, the Rev. F. H. Brunn now of Chicago- Rev. A. H. Semmanns. Chicago; P.. |. Torgler, St. Louis; W. C. Gesch Orange Calif., R. H. Seboldt, Chicago. Just behind the Rev. Juergensen is the Rev.. Leonard Wuerffel, aean of Concordia Seminary.—Staff photo. Loss from Theft Lower for May Loss to Altonians In money and ither property was lower in May han any earlier month this year. Iross loss, as shown by the month- y report, of the police department, s $2989, and this was .reduced o a net of $2336 after allowance s made for loot recovered, "Class 1" crime during the month .Included reports of one criminal assault, one robbery, four burglaries, 31 larcenies and one automobile theft. The stolen car •alued at 5310 was recovered, also miscellaneous property and cash o amount of $342. Next lowest; to May this year in oss by thefts was January. Gross value of property taken that month .vas $4072 and the net after loot recoveries was $2962. Traffic arrests zoomed up to 86 n May, 75 of the arrests being for 'moving traffic" violations. The otal was a third greater than for any earlier month this year. Of the May violations 34 were for speeding, 27 for reckless driving, 13 for non-observance of traffic signs and markings, seven for il- egal parking, four for licenst registration infractions, and one for an unclassified offerise. A breakdown of the theft reports shows that loss by robbery was f 559.87; by burglary, $1344.55; and by larceny, $774.50. The larcenies included nine Instances of shoplifting in which goods to a value of $469,93 were taken; one purse-snatching, $9, and one instance of. pocket-picking, $40; two thefts o(: articles left in cars, $25; nine thefts of auto accessories from parked cars, $10?; five thefts of bicycles,. $75; und four miscellaneous instances of pilfering, $47.65. * Total arrests numbered 227, the highest figure thus far this year, but less than the figure of 237 for May last year. Included in arrests were 38 for Investigation, the persons questioned then being released without charges being filed. Lutlier McCoy Luther McCoy, one of the Alton delegates, was named to the executive board of the Letter Carriers' Association of Illinois during its annual meeting in Springfield last Friday and Saturday. Others in the delegation from Alton branch were 0, W.' Goltz. Harold Wolff' brandt, and Clyde Yates. Including wives of the carriers and a numbei of visitors there were about 400 at the convention, ^ast St. Louis was chosen as the place of next year's meeting. English coins first were dated during the reign of Edward VI. ed or not. Applicants may call the YMCA at 3-6604 and register be fore Thursday. The YMCA is a member agency of the Community Chest. Fidelity FIDELITY—Mr. and Mrs. Eldon ';nrl Moore entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of the birthdays jf their son, Clifford, and mother, Ylrs. Eldon Moore, Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frod Soviet- of Alton; Vtiss Evelyn Armstrong, Mr. and VIrs. John French of Jerseyville; Mrs. Jrl W. Reed and children of :pringfield; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Loy and family, Harry Loy, Miss Jean Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Moore and sons and Miss Mildred Spriggs. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Pearson of Thornton visited over the weekend ,vith Mrs. Pearson's sister, Mrs. Roy Ely, of Fidelity, Mrs. Lawrence Keehner and Mrs. W. E. Topping of Jerseyville. . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Felter and children of Geneseo spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. James Moore. . .. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moran and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Bell, Judy and Kathryn Mogg, Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Moran and son, Larry, Miss Peggy Obelin, and Joe Moore, attended a basket dinner Thursday at the Bunker Hill park. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pruitt, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pruitt of Harvey; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and daughters, Sheila and Sandra of Springfield; and Mr. and Mrs Harey Strunk and daughter o Taylorville, .visited Thursday a the Jacob Rodell home. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Ferris and family returned Monday from Phoenix,' Ariz., where they resided the past winter. Mrs. Henry Kramer and Mrs. Joe Kramer and children of Jergeyville visited Thursday with Mrs, Annie Rodell. Mr, and Mrs. Edward Ewin am daughters of Alton visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. James Moore Mr. and Mrs.'Hershall McCormlck and daughters of Alton were Sunday visitors at the Moore home. Pearl Rodell of Springfield spem Sunday with his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Jacob Rodell. Mrs. Irl Reed and children of Mr. and Mrs, Roy Ely upont Friday with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Top- ling of near Dow. Other guests were Mr, and Mrs. Shirley Pearson of Thornton, Mrs. Lawrence Keehner and Mrs, Ralph Lasher and son, Don. Miss Mildred Rodell of Alton spent the first part of the week with her mother, Mrs. Annie Rodell. ipringfieJd visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Everett HARDIN Graduation for the ciRhth grade pupils of Calhoun schools will bo held hrro in I he schooU gymnasium Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. 1 There will be 20 graduates. Thry aro: Irvln Boll, James Franke. Pa- It-Ida Frnnkc, Sonrtra Zigrang. Nina Snyrtors, Knthjppn Silvers, Dennis Smith, and Eugene Snytlfrs of Bnlrhtown School: Virgil Kinds nnri Lenrinll Cniw* of Nichols; Virginia Gans/ and Fred Kinder. Western; I.iln Mne JJahrll, Gem Idine Brink, Patricia Seifprman, and Charles Hlrschfield, Liberty; Walter Kindr nnd Fred Kirn, Point ,pr Kinder and Fred Kirn, Point Pleasant; and Jcnnello Meyer and Paul Schul/.e of Doer Plain. The exerclnec will bo In charge of Mrs. Cuba M. Ture'man, superintendent of sc.'hools for Calhoun county. Calhoun News Publisher In Alton Hospital j ITARniN - C. C. Ciimpbcll, «!•' itor and publisher of Ihe Calhoun News, Is In an Alton hospital for two works of rest and medical treatment. The Calhoun News will go to press Wednesday, It will be the first press day in the more than 37 years of the paper's existence that Campbell has not boon on. the job. Ho was very reluctant to bronk such a record, but his doctor advised the rest. .3, Hardln Notes HARDIN — Mr. and Mr*. Art Jot Brandt Hardware I0« HUMS TOUI ROME New ItnrLife Beauty end Pjtetutiea East Alton Methodist Church Gets New Pastor EAST ALTON.—Th* Rev. L. B. Wnlklngton, pastor of the Flmt Mothodist Church for the pMl five and a half years, will move this wee)* to Robinson, III., where he win assume the pastorate o( the First Methodist Church. The Rev, Wnlklngton and Mrs, Walklngton and two son* eanio to Kasl Alton J«n, 2. 1047, frotn Centralla. The church nt Robinson has a much larger membership tJhfin the local church, The Rev. Robert Simpson, pastor of ihe Methodl.it Church ftl Cnseyville, III., hns been assigned to Ihe Kast Alton church. The changes were made during the annual Mplhndist conference Wednesday through • Sunday nt Ml. Vcvnnn. The Rev. and Mrs. Simpson and throe children will arrive here' Thursday to assume the locnl pastorate, R»v, and Mrs, Wnlklnfjlon's eldest/son, Charles, has just complel* ed his boot IrnlninB nt Lackland Air Forcn Base, Snn Antonio, Tox.. nnd hns been transferred to Amn- rllln Air Force Base, Amnrllln, Tp.vns. •> JUN6 M, RHOADS being invested with the hood of a doctor of literature, at Shurtleff commencement. Standing at left President D. A. Weaver and placing hood is Dr. Frecjeric Fadner of college faculty. At right, holding mortar board, is Rhoads' son William..— Staff photo. . ; ;. ' : .,..'.'.....•• .:.... Telegraph Want Ads Click! Knmp and Mr. and Mrs. A. Kamp of Kampsvillc isprnl the weekend at Springfield. They also visited Petersburg and New Salem. Mr. and Mrs, August Prmige returned Sunday evening from visits to New Douglas and LHohfield. Sixty five people attended church at Indian Creek Sunday. 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