Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 19, 1956 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, October 19, 1956
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGfitMRES Coronation Set for Friday Night Greenfield Names Queen Oct. 24 GREENFIELD — Greenfield High ScfiOol students, now in the midst of whomping up plans for the school's annual homecoming will elect a queen during an assembly period next Wednesday afternoon. Hnllotlng will be secret —so secret, In fact, that only Robert Kberle, the principal, will know tho outcome until he divulges the information next Friday night at approximately 11 p.m. when the chosen student will be ushered to an improvised throne and crowned with all the ceremony customarily attendant upon such occasions. The coronation will be staged in the school gvinndsmm and will be tho high point of a darre which will be part of the homecoming celebration Thj Nominees There are four candidates for queen — Judy Burkholder, Linda Lee,, Jncquiline Middleton and Sherry Sousley. Miss Burkholder is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Finice Doyle of Greenfield. She is worthy adviser of Greenfield Chapter of Order of Rainbow Girls, vice president of Greenfield High School Chapter of Future Homemakers of America, a school cheerleader and a member of the school band. Miss Lois Camp, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Camp of Wrights, will be the queen's sophomore attendant. Miss Lee is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee of near Wrights. She is a member of the school band and is historian of the school chapter of Future Momemakers of America. In County Contest GREENFIELD QUEEN CANDIDATES—Friday night, Oct. 26, Greenfield High School will crown a homecoming queen. The girls are (from left) Judy Burkholder, Sherry Sousley, Linda Lee, Jacqueline Middleton, queen candidates, and Lois Camp. Miss Camp will be the queen's sophomore attendant.—Staff Pholo. member of Future Homemakers of America. In this year's Greene County Fair at Carrollton she wound up third in a queen contest and during the past two Greenfield High School homecomings she was a member of the queen's court. Miss Sousley. secretary of the senior class, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sousley Greenfield Club Members Will Visit Hospital Postoffice At Piasa Moved SHIPMAN — The Piasa post- office has been moved from the Blotnn building to a new GRKEXFIELD — Members of building which has been con- he Woman's Club will attend; structed on the highway west of Greenfield. She is a school "Open House" at the Jackson- j of the telephone exchange. The | cheerleader, a member of the; v j|] c State Hospital Nov. 8. In: building is owned by the post- school band, a member of Future preparation for the visit, the loc-; mistress. Miss Muriel Schulthes. ... ,,.... , , Homemakers of America and a) c lub is making a collection i Thc BIotna building is being Miss Middleton, who lives at Order of Rainbow Girls. > o , magazine and gifts for hos-. rpmodfl , ed and xvil , bo u , ed as Rockbndge is a daughter of! The homecoming is sponsored pital patients. Mrs. George P. | an jce crcam , or under the Air. and Mrs. \\illmm Middle- ; n y the school student council. : L'ntrekin is chairman of the col-; nlanaC Tp nl p nt O f Mr and Mrs ton. She is secretary of the jun-; o j wnirh Boo Brown is presi- 1 Icciion project. I Far! Blotna 5or class, a cheerleader and a ^n\. Eberle is farultv sponsor' Attend Funeral I ' , ' „ „„. GREENFIELD - Mr. and! „, * n * a " Of " cprs . Mrs. \V. F. Parks visited at SIIIRMAX - A joint inslalla- the home of '.heir son-in-law and tlon of ° rficers of the da - v and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard nieht circles of *"• Zlon Church Cacklev. in Mason Citv Thurs-! was heW °" Wednesday exe- at the church, with Mrs. CARPORTS - PATIOS Inventory cl»»r»Br«- Brtow dril- fr'« cetl. I.lfrllmt onlli in'ijir r«ral»r r»t»II U9H.6H, NOW |-»','9.(id ritllvrrrd. All litn — rr.ldr ntl«! aad eomrnfrrUI, priced arcordlnf- IT. Virdcn Permi-BIII, Box 8066, \m»rl1ln. Tn»». of the student organization. Prowlers Joy Ride In Texas Guard Jeeps Cackley, in Mason City Thurs day .ind attended funeral of nf( /Cacklev's grandfather. Richard • Ronald Ofln-em ol Cack , c - v> 95] a long , ime Mason j officer, Ciiy merchant. DALLAS. Tex. the 4!)th Armored Division of the Texas National Guard have complained to police that prowlers keep entering the division motor compound and taking joy rides in jeeps. They said fenders and bumpers get crumpled and the : Dads Auxiliary Breitwiser as installing Mrs. Buckshot. Heads War Take it out to the FOOTBALL GAME Sensational New Radio Reception With Private EARPHONE SMALL POCKET SIZE Si" long-3I" wide-11" thick weighs only 8 oz. 21.95 less KAHERIES Ttm* it—put k in your pocket—«lip tto« tar- pbon« in your «ar—gtt detailed dwcription of gatnt without disturbing others while uni; all tfae Ktioo. No matter how much th« home-team rooters make, you will bear •vwything. GET ONE TONIGHT BEFORE 8 P3L NO MONEY DOWN Terms 50c Weekly GflTCIVS DEPT STORE 208 W. THIRD ST. Miss Hazel Perrine was installed as president of both organizations. Other day society officer were: Mrs. Harvey Winson, vice-president; Mrs. Helena Taliey, secretary-treasurer: Mrs. Herbert Moore, community missions chairman; Mrs. Dewcy Paynter, prayer missions chairman; Mrs. Frank Mr?. Eugene Buckshot Sr. was i Gwillim, publicity chairman; installed Tuesday evening as presi-i M rs . Lindley Steere. mission dent of the American War Dads'j study chairman; Mrs. Sid Reno. Auxiliary, at a meeting at thej proi?ram chairman. Trellis House. j M igm snril , t y officers were; Oshr-r officers installed were; M,. S . Marion Gwiilim. vice- Mrs. Bcrnice Walters, first vice-president; Mrs. Howard Reno, president; Mrs. N. \Vatkins, sec- j secretary and treasurer; Mrs. ond vice president; Mrs. Cora j Albert Golide and Miss Myrtle Rotsch, secretary: Mrs. H. Har- j Perrine, sunbeams: Miss Murrison. treasurer: Mrs. Barbara B.! j e ] Schulthes, counsellor; Mrs. Kinspr. and Mrs. Birdie Baker.! Alan Hanold, program chair- sjvrgeant at arms; Mrs. Anna'man; Mrs. Bruce Hanold com- Cochran. historian, and Mrs. Fran- j munity missions chairman. ccs Conlee. chaplain. j A certificate of merit accPpird [ Automation hy Mrs. Buckshot, delegate at the! SHKLBYVILLE, Ky. ^ — AWD national convention, Oct. 6. i TWnfis were bad enough when a at Minneapolis, was presented to:' molorist %vas thrown from his Ihe auxiliary, in recognition of the! ( ' ar in a wrpt - k near h(?I ' e - After loyalty, aims and purposes in j ls ; he Picked himself off the ground, work in AWD projects. Tiie Alton Mowcver ne couldn't find his car. Jersey Lions Club Hears Donald Frost JERSF.YVILLE — Donald Frost, social security representative from Alton, spoke at a meeting of ,ler- selville Lion's Club Wednesday noon at the Evangelical and Reformed Church. Raymond Ifieetwood. administrator of the local hospital, was program chairman and introduced the speaker. Important changes in the social security law were enumerated. He mentioned cash disability payment at age of 50. if totally disabled; disability payments for children over 18 who are dependent and disabled, if the disability occurred before 18; and the fact that women may draw a reduced payment at 62. and widows and dependent parents receive full payments at that same age. New coverages listed by the new law are dentists, lawyers, osteopaths, veterinarians, chiropractors and optometrists, Frost said. Dr. J. J. Kratchmar, chairman of the "Light-Up Campaign" for the club, announced that a stand will be operating on State Street in Jerseyville from 9 a.m. to p.m. Saturday. Ivan Heiderscheid, vice-president, presided at the meeting anc announced that "Ladies Night' will bo Nov. 14 at the Westlake Country Club in Jerseyville. Rod Cross Meeting JERSEYVILLE — The Jerse\ County Chapter of the American Red Cross will hold its regular quarterly meeting at 8 p.m. CST., today in the Red Cross headquax ters at the courthouse. Howlett Talks At Jersey »• Demo Dinner JERSEYVILLE - Michael J. Howlett, Democratic candidate for auditor of public accounts, was principal speaker at the Jackson Day dinner staged here Wednesday evening at the Moose Home on East Pearl Street. The dinner was sponsored by the Jersey County Democratic Centra! Committee and Young Democrats and more than 200 were present. Robert Hearn. chairman of the county Democratic Central Committee, presided. Edward C. Eberspacher and Charles Ed Schaler, seeking elec- DemoCommitteewomen! P. J. Rothacher To Retire Solicit Party Funds "Democrat Day" .vas underway today in downtown Alton and iti communities elsewhere throughout the county, according to Mrs. Josephine Luly. first vice president of the Madison County Democratic Committeewomen's organization. She said two other Alton precinct copimitteewomen besides hersell have been in charge of a downtown booth, aided by Vol- 11 n t e e r s for Stevenson, since Tuesday. Today's effort will include securing donations for the party. Precinct committeewomen with containers are to solicit funds. Man Fined For Slaying Wild Goose JERSEYVILLE — Warren H. Schoeneweis of Staunton was arrested Thursday morning by Federal Warden Edward C. Davis of Graf ton on a charge of shooting a goose out of season. Schoeneweis was brought before Justice of the PedCe Thatcher and entered a plea of guilty. He was fined $25 and costs. The season on geese doe? not open in this zone until Nov. 5. Both Jersey and Calhoun counties are within the southern zone where the season does not open until next month. Davis reported Thursday morning that there are some 600 g°ese in the Marquette Wild Life Refuge near Grafton. Charles F. McGarry Named Assistant Treasurer at Oliu tion to the General Assembly, spoke. Optimism regarding the political outlook in both the state and nation was expressed by Hewlett. HF pledged his assistance in seeking legislation that will make it impossible for a repetition of the recent scandal in the office of the auditor of public accounts. He recommended a system of auditing wherein an auditor would audit thp auditor. Howlett paid tribute to the Democratic candidate for governor. Judge Richard B. Austin. DeWalf Saws We Trade The WORKSHOP 2-1456 scrapbook, kept by Mrs. Anna After a brief search, he called n ' nc * a disiant clump of bushes. How did the Hodge & Dunbor scandals happen under the Stratton administration? Cochran, historian, "received sec- ! police ' who finally found jt ond prize Refreshments were served and a County MFT Share For September Is $15,029 SPRINGFIELD, 111. — Allocation of 51.169.275 has been made lo Illinois townships and road districts a* their share of motor fuel taxes paid into the state treasury during September, M oi-ton H. Hollingsworth, state finance director, said today. The allocations, made by counties, include: Madison, $15,029; Macoupin, $17,176; Jersey, S6.072; Greene, $9,815, and Calhoun, $3,818. Had The Vantage Point IONIA, Mich, ff — A telephone company lineman, perched on a utility pole, spotted a red haired escapee from the Michigan Reformatory and plugged in on the line to call police. Two prison guards picked up the fugitive minutes after the call from lineman Robert Miller of Saranac. ELECT RICHARD B. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE for GOVERNOR CORRUPTION IliTODI INTIOIITT t» iTATI OOVfKNMiNT You know the difference between » sharp cutting tool and a dull one . . . but what about that marvelous tool — your eyes? Are they sharp enough for your job? Not unless they can focus accurately throughout your work range and keep at it tirelessly all day, every day. It's good^sense and good job insurance to have regular visual examinations by your Eye Physician (M. D.l. If you need glasses to keep your eyes fit for your job, get the finest that science and skill can supply . . . glasses by Ostertag ground to your individual prescription. You get a better pair of glosses for less from Ostertag — serving the people of this community for more than 26 years with the finest quality and lowest prices. OSTERTAG Opticians 606 EAST BROADWAY ELFOEN BIDG.. /ITON, ILL, Charles F. McGarry ha<" hpen appointed an assistant treasurer ol ttr Olin Mathicsoii Chemical Corp. with headquarters in East Alton, 111. McGarry. who has hern assistant tax manager, succrpds P. J. Rothacher. who i= retiring early in ]!T>7 after 46 years of service in the Olin organization. Until his retirement. Rothacher will serve in an advisory capacity to McGarry. The announcement of the appointment was made by Stanley de J. Oshorne, the company's executive vice president for finance. A native of St. Louis. McGarry is a graduate of St. Louis University with 3 bachelor of arts degree. Me also attended St. Louis University's school of commerce and finance for three years. He has been a certified public accountant in Illinois since 19117. Alter 15 years of public accounting and tax practice in Chicago. McGarry joined the Olin organization in 1942. For the past year he has been president of the St. Louis Chapter of the Tax Executives Institute, and was elected a national director at its recent conference in Los Angeles. He is a resident of Normandy, Mo. Rothacher joined the former Western Cartridge Co. in East Alton on Jan. 1, 3911. He has served the Olin organization as bookkeeper, chief accountant, cashier and assistant treasurer. CHARLES F. McGARRY He h;is been active in many greater Alton civic affairs such as Boy Scouts, YMCA and the) Greater Alton Association of Commerce, of which t» president In 1954. Engineer Dies While Adjusting Machine HARRISBURG, HI. & — Edward Koeppin, a design engineer frofn Marion, Ohio, collapsed and died near Harrisburg Thursday while helping adjust a power shovel. Coroner Elmer M. Gibbons Mid the death apparently resulted from a heart attack. Koeppin was about 55 years old. Koeppin, employed by the Mar- Ion Power Shovel Co., had come to Harrisburg to help adjust a new shovel at the Saxton Coal Company's coal mining development about four miles south of Harrisburg. ARTHRITIS •«*Mbt, AcM*| K*M, Ufc MUur •elH utf fit* itttckj prtnpttr nKtitt ta »»• MM with Sfwail Pru»o TibMs, wttn indpyretic Mtion >nd Vilimin C so DKcsury 1° *««llh ""> •l«5l<ot> ri eo«n«ctiiic titsm HI joint* ted body Results foinntwii. No hwmful dinp. 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Roc'iPiH'.-r feiilcr: dine, (lance at the I-atm quarter; see a top snow in Radio City's Music Hall; attend a live TV showl Then, home again by TWA, with a host of memories! arvest sale COME JOIN THE CROWDS AT YOUNG'S HARVESTTIME VALUE FESTIVAL DRAWING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20th AT 4:30 P.M. IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT TONITE and SATURDAY-LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR TWA FLYING TRIP

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