Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 22, 1956 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, October 22, 1956
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1956 At Wood Hirer ! Panel To Discuss Outside * Activities For Students WOOD RIVER—Teacher* and : students will participate in a panel discussion on HIP topic ••p\lra-curriculnr activities in the school." flt thp Tuesday j evening mpptinjr of thp Kasl ! Alton-Wood River Mich School. | The meeting will he in the stiidrnl lounpe at 7:."!0 p. m. Carl Roberts, program chairman, announced a question and answer period «iil follow the panel discussion. Awards Made To Wood River Cub Pack Announced Wood River Sr. Club To MeetMonday WOOD RIVER — The Senior Woman's Club will be guests of DIP Junior Womans Club at a meeting Monday evening at Wood River School. "Parliamentary Procedure" Is the thenip of the meeting and a skit of thp same title will be presented hy Jerry TrnttlPr and John JOMPS. Mrs. Robprt Cargill and Mrs! EAST ALTON* — Cuhs of Pack; Benjamin Hill are on the enter- 1?> who have earned badges and> tninmpnt committee, awards during October Iwvej Hostesses are Mrs. James Bow- bccn reported by Dale Elmore, jiackmaster. Tommy Scifres. Don T r a s k, Michael Srhlemer. Gary Evans, Tommy Cook and Alan Nolte, Bob cats pins. Bill Smith, and Dennis Robbins', three silver arrows; Darrell Elmore, one gold and one silver arrow, one year service star. Gary Broadway, two silver arrows: Frances Harrison, one gold arrow; Larry Elmore, one gold arrow, one year service star; Joe Brazier, two silver arrows, one year service star; Paul Roberts, wolf badge; Rodney Parker, two silver arrows. Michael Dennis was awarded a two year service pin and one year service pins were presented to Kenneth Hood, Galen Smith, Frederick Heinemeier, Donald Edwards, Donald Groshong, Terry Crawford. Den Mothers, Mrs. Marge Brazier and Mrs. Dorothy Short al were presented two year service pins; Mrs. Lorene Smith Mrs. Ann Smith and Mrs. Janie Elmore, one year service pins and committee members Joe Hood and T. K. Smith, one year service pins. The Pack, recently re-organiZ' ed. have selected the third Thursday evening of each month as the Pack meeting date at the Community Recreation Center. Four Receive Minor Injuries In Car Crash : EAST ALTON — Four per- suffered minor injuries in »a two-car collision at Berkshire ..and Wood River avenues early "Saturday night. " Injured were Mrs. John Zum- ,\valt, 54 N. Lincoln St., Cottage Hills, and her. three children, Lar- •ry, 8, Suzanne, 9, and Keith. Mrs. Zumwalt was treated for injuries to her back, back of neck and chest, and Larry and • Suzanne were treated for contu- ',sions to their foreheads and Keith 1 was examined for possible injuries at Wood River Township Hospital. All were released after emergency treatment. The four were passengers in an automobile driven by John Zumwalt, who was going west on Berkshire and making a left turn into Wilshire Village Shopping Center when he was struck from the rear by a vehicle driven by Mrs. Betty L. Mohr, Jer- Iseyville. Mrs. Mohr escaped injury in the accident. ; Paul Simon To ak at Roxana "Spe ROXANA — Stalp Representative Paul Simon will speak at -meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. ... the council room of thp Community building. The program has been „ planned by Mrs. Marvin Wilson ;and Mrs. II. Fream. . Students of Mrs. A. \V, Ayres will present piano selections and other entertainment will be tea; tured. Hostesses be Mrs. Ralph Rader, Mrs. Herschel Nelson and Mrs. S. H. McGill. - Mid-Adult Hayrlde * ROXANA - The Mid-adult class '•of the First BapiLst church will .have a hayride Tuesday and are ,,to meet at the church at 6 p.m. ."The hayride was arranged by Mrs *John Sanchez and Mrs. Robert -McGee, hostesses. man, Mrs. Donald Cummings, Mrs. JaniPs Smith, Mrs. David Swan, Mrs. James Wharry. Mr? Anthony Calcatena and Mrs. Bruno Tassen. Ceremonies Honor Caspar Shrine Officers WOOD RIVER — Gasper Shrine M. Order of White Shrine of Jcr usalem. Saturday evening at Ma sonic Temple and ceremonies were conducted by Mrs. Loren Wilson worthy high priestess, and Everet Hinton, watchman of shepherds. The ceremonies honored Mrs Ralph Ellingsworth, noble prophet ess, and Emile Rosenthal, associ ate watchman of shepherds. Mrs. Vivian Parish, past su preme worthy high priestess, anc her co-workers, noble prophetess and associate watchman of shep herds of 16 Shrines of Illinois and Missouri, formed the escorts. Mrs. Ellingworth was presentee a bouquet by her husband, and Rosenthal was presented a boutonniere by Mrs. Rosenthal. Other guests introduced were Mrs. Vivian Parish of Carbondale, Mrs. Claudia Finigan. Approximately 200 guests of Illinois and Missouri Shrines attended. The dining room was decorated o resemble a Dutch flower garden. Mrs. Hal Barnett and Mrs. Herbert Jackson were co-chairman of ;he decorating committee. Mrs. Vaughn Fentress chairmaned the refreshment committee. Mrs. Wilson announced a chicken and dumpling dinner will be served to the public at the Masonic Temple, Nov. 3 with serving from 5 until 8 p.m. J. P. Does Honors When J. P. Weds At Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — Who cuts he barber's hair? Another barter! Who marrys a justice of the peace. Another J. P.! Billy S. Wolf, 32, an Edwards- v-ille Township Justice of the Peace chose M. G. Schauerte, one of his four colleagues here, to marry him 'and his bride, Miss Joyce L. Knight, 30, Saturday. Though he also had a choice as to a new wife, Wolf chose Miss Knight, his old one. They were originally married in Wales in 1945 while Wolf was in service of that country. They were divorced later here. Wol/ is of/ice manager in the Thomas F. Ladd Co. here and the old Mrs. Wolf works in a stockbroker's office in St. Louis. They have no children. Pack Party At Wood River Tonight WOOD RIVER - The date of the annual Halloween party for Cubs of Pack 37 of St. Bernards has been changed from Oct. 29, to tonight at Parish Hall at 7:15. The costume party will feature games and cont .is and prizes will be awarded.' " j Party arrangements are un-1 dcr HIP direction <>f the park 1 commttire ehairmaned by Dr '• H .V. Roherson. Charles Martini is paekinnsier. I NEW CAFETERIA — Students at the. new Junior High School in Unit School District No. 8 al BctliaUo use the new cafeteria for the first time tast Friday Staff Photo. First Meal 'On House 9 New Junior High School At Bethalto Opens Cafeteria BETHALTO — The new Junior) High School opened its cafeteria Friday. All 210 students were served the first meal "on the house". A type A lunch was provided for the children as an introduction to the lunch room. Soup, cheese sand wieb, peaches, cake and milk were on the first menu. Meals at the new cafeteria wil cost the children $1.25 a week foi a meal ticket and individual meals may be purchased for 30 cents. Oi the meal ticket unused meals be cause of excused absences can be credited on the next weeks ticket Any meals missed by just nol showing up will not be credited. Wilber Trirnpe, superintendent of Unit 8 schools made introductory remarks to the students telling them of the facilities now available to the junior high students. The new modern kitchen is an independent unit serving the same menues as the rest of the unit's cafeterias. Two cooks will prepare arid serve the school lunches. The gleaming kitchen is equiped with the latest in cafeteria stoves, refrigerators, mixers, pealers and dish washer. Since this kitchen was banned before the building was constructed, the space used was minimum with maximum production. The gymnasium plays a double role during the noon hour serving as a cafeteria and then converts back to a play area during the rest of the day. Plans for an early November dedication of the new building are progressing according to the school superintendent. Some equipment is not ready for use at the new build- ng. Car Thief Takes One, Leaves One EDWARDSVILLE — One car was stolen from here during the weekend, and another auto, reported stolen from Springfield, has been recovered by Edwardsville Police. Police said this morning that apparently the same thief who stole the Springfield car and abandoned it here took the other car, The recovered auto was parked within 100 feet of the stolen car. The theft was reported to police about 9 a.m. this morning. It was owned by Roblee Thorpe of Marine, who said he had left his car in the parking lot of the L and M railroad. He told police that the ignition keys were not in his 1953 model vehicle. Thorpe said he bought the car only three days ago. He said Die ibeft occurred sometime between 11 p. m. Sunday and 9 a.m. today. Police recovered the 1953 model car owned and stolen from D, E. Farley of Springfield at 145 a.m., just five minutes after being notified of the theft by state police. Police officers Mel Trebing and Ted Dulton recovered the auto. 120 Cartons Of Cigarettes Taken In Store Theft ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — Ap proximafely 120 cartons of cig arets were reported missing aft er a break-in at Roscdale Sup er Market sometime early this morning. The incident was reported to East Alton Police after discovery by W. H. Knupp, store manager, as he reported to work. Knupp found the front door pry- ed open and signs of where the intruders had apparently tried to open a safe. According to Police Chief Harold Riggins, the market was checked by Rosewood Heights special deputies at 2 a. m. and observed by Madison County lightriders at 3 a. m. with no sign then of any break-in. Lions To Mark 12th Anniversary EDWARDSVILLE — Edwardsville Lions Club will celebrate ts 12th anniversary charter night at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Trinity Lutheran School. International director James . Synder of Chicago will speak and other dignataries of Lions International will also be present. It was 'also announced that "ladies night" will be Tuesday evening and neighboring clubs have been invited, Wood River Auxiliary Meets Tonight WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Rose Capek of Cicero will be honored guest and speaker at a dinner meeting of Vetersn of Foreign Wars Auxiliary at 6:30 today. Mrs. Capek is junior vice president of the Department of Illinois Auxiliary. The meeting, to be at Memorial Hall, will kick off the mem-' bership drive, it was announced by Mrs. Kenneth Secrest, president. District and county council officers of the post and auxiliary have been invited to be guests of the affair. Soulli Roxana Cubs Meet Tonight Pretty Pine ELOY, Ariz. JP — Cash awards lelped make the citizens of Eloy vote-conscious the day of Arizona's primary election. The Junior Chamber of Commerce telephoned residents selec- i ted al random. Each one who an- i swered by saying "Be sure to vote" was given a dollar. | SOUTH ROXANA — Cubs of Pack 24 will meet at 7:30 p. m. today in the South Roxana school. Graduation exercises for Billy Belt and Harry Jefferies wall be held and Bobcat pins will be awarded to boys in Den 5 and boys of Den 6 who are ready for them. "Adventures with Puppets" has been the October Cub Pack 12 Has Festival At East Alton EAST ALTON — Miss Martha Ewen was awarded the prize for the prettiest costume at: the Saturday Fall Festival sponsored by Cub Pack 1L', at American Legion Hall. Stanley Stewart, an old man with a beard, won the dubious honor ol the ugliest costume and Jack Hert, dressed as a very fat woman, was judged the funniest. Harold Riggins, East Alton police chief, served as judge. Attendance prizes were won by Miss Nancy Harbaugh and Mrs. Georgia Stewart. More than one hundred guests 'were present. Prizes donated by East Alton merchants, were awarded. It was announced by Warren Stewart, packmaster, the super salesman among the cubs in the pre-festival ticket sale was Arthur Northcutt. He will be presented a prize at the Thursday evening pack meeting at Lincoln school auditorium. Attend Installation EAST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Quillen and Mrs. Eva Dennis attended the installation of the grand court of the Illinois Order of Amaranth at the Masonic Temple at Decatur Saturday evening. Installed as grand marshal! was Mrs. Cletus Quillen, sister-in-law of the Quillens. The East Alton party members were guests at the Cletus QuiLlen home. Ike Wins Mock YMCA Election At County Seat EDWARDSVILLE. — Dwight D. Eisenhower, in the mock presidential election held in the YMCA here Saturday, defeated the Democratic nominee Adlai E. Stevenson by 23 votes. Final iabulation was: Eisenhower, 74; Stevenson, 51. The ejection, marked by spir- ted balloting and vigorous cam- Da igning by Eisenhower and Stevenson supporters, was open So high school youths attending the YMCA Saturday and was sponsored by the YMCA junior joard of directors. Its purpose was to call atten- ion to the importance of voting and each young voter was urged to take an active part in getting out the vote at the general election Nov. 6. There were 127 ballots, two of which were invalidated because Ihey were improperly marked. Voting registrations indicated that of the 127 votes cast, 73 ,vere by boys and 54 by girls. Election officials, who supervised the balloting and counted the ballots, were Laddie Aubrecht, Dick Cassens, John Paddock, Jim Buch, Barbara Fiegenbaum, and Ray Eberhart, Policeman Among 14 Who Got Emergency Treatment WOOD RIVER — Fourteen persons were released after emergency treatment for minor injuries at Wood Tliver Township Hospital over the weekend. Treated on Saturday and 1heir| injuries were: Vicki Marie Thus. | year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Thus, 1130 Ferguson Ave., for burns from hot grease. Carla Reel, two, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beel, South Roxana, was treated for a bump on her forehead when' she was thrown against a windshield of her father's car. Brude Gadel, four, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Gadel, 425 California, East Alton, had four sutures taken in a laceration to his scalp after he fell down the basement steps. Terry Abernathy, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Abernathy, 504 Mel7.ger Ave. had four sutures taken in his left forearm for a laceration suffered when a glass bottle exploded. Louis A. Petitt, 26, 526 N. Brushy Grove, was given drugs for a dog bite. Petitt was bitten while on duty as a Wood River Police officer. Fred Perkins. 27, 15 N. Delmar. Hartford, suffered an abrasion to the left leg and an abrasion to the right hip when he fell through a boat hatch. John C. Blaine, 31, 203 Maple St., Roxana, had six stitches Edwarclsville Births Listed At Highland .KDWARDSVILLE. — Four births were recorded at St. Joseph's Hospital. Highland, and six Edwardsville area residents were admitted and nine patients were dismissed over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie King of 23 Washington PI,, are the parents of a son born at 10:28 a.m. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jackson of 712 Hilda St., are announcing the arrival of a daughter Saturday afternoon. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Xometh of Adams Trailer Ct., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Willie of 240 Coventry PI. are the parents of a son born Sunday. Mrs. Willie is the former Lucille Hicks. Admitted to the hospital were William Cole of 303 Charles St., Gregory Cooper of Rt. 2, Courtney Lewis'of 60S Chestnut St., Orville Durham, Sr., Rt. 4, Mrs. Orzolla Lamkin of 324 Liberty St., and Frank Miller of Rt. 2. Dismissed were Mrs. Ida theme and exhibits of the handiwork will be displayed. SHIRTS 24c Each TURNER GLEANERS & LAUNDRY 15 WH1TELAW Dial 4-6414 WOOD RIVER taken of the ring finger on his I Winlo of 667 Frederick St., Al- left hand for a laceration suf-ibert NicburR of 853 Holyoke St., fered when he tried to open a Mrs. Nora Eic.kman of 525 Guclt- window. Harry \V. Jett, 825 Wil-jjng Ave., Mrs. Donna Lacey of loway. East Alton, had a thorn ; 7ns Voge Ave., Mrs. William Er- removed from the index finger win and infant daughter of 520 of his left hand. Mrs. Bob Jordan 260 Lindenwood Dr., East Alton, had a foreign body removed from her left eye. Treated on Sunday and their injuries were: Reid Sutton, nine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reid E. Sutton, 286 Oakley Place, East Alton, suffered a laceration to the back of his head playing football. Phillip Smithey, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Smithey 491 California Ave., East Alton, lad a cast applied 1o his left land injured playing football on Oct. 14. Colen Cooper, 13, son of Mr. and Mi's. George W. Cooper, 208 Washington Ave., East Alton, vas taken to a specialist after a BB shot became lodged in his eft eye. Eugene Pearson, 27, 313 Olive St., Hartford, suffered njuries to the left side of his forehead, cheek and left eye aft- Kansas St., Valentine Carlr of Rt. 3, Mrs. Herman Gie.seking and infant son of Rt. 3, Miss j Dorothy Davis of 430 Orchard St., and Miss Rebecka Bocce- leoni of 1021 Prickctt St. Cell Lines to Headlines CHESTER, 111. JP — Thirty inmates in the first college course ever taught at Menard State Prison are studying an honest way to make headlines. They're enrolled in a 12-week j course in basic journalism pre- r | sented by a visiting professor from' nearby Southern Illinois Univer-j sity. er his automobile was run off the jl highway. X-rays were taken of|J the right side of Mrs. Ethel Smith, 144 East Alton Ave., East Alton, after an injury suffered when she fell against a pew at church. Honor Roll Announced At Roxana ROXANA—The honor roll for (ho first six weeks at. the Roxana High School has been announced as follows: High honor, seniors, Donna Isted, Kenneth Schubert; juniors, Jerry Blan- lon, Edith Lockwood; sophomores, Martha Hutchlnson, Susan Isted, Terry Johler, Brenda LnPIanf, Rosalee Pearson, Bill Steiner; .freshmen, Carol Brien, Claire I^auchner, Todtl Norvell, Curtis Schubert and Joann Sturgeon. Those making A in all subjects were Kenneth Schubert, Martha Hutchlnson, Rosalee Pearson. Bill Steiner, Curtis Schubert. Second honor roll, seniors. Sally Albright. Revonda Aichfr, Marilyn Barton. Beverly Dive- Icy, Gail Ellis. Don Fricke, Ruby Godwin, Sheila Grandfield, Jim Groppnl. Larry Hobson, Iris Lippoldt, Connie Lurning. Lola McLaln, Ann Peck, Judy Peters, Jeanne Shaver. Carol Silveus, H. A. Wnlmsley and Janet Jacoby. Juniors, Ranald Bright, Corothy Brugger, Jim Brause. Robert Dinwiddle. Shirley Drennan, Robert Durham. Sylvia G"be- loin. Janet Oilman, Donna Hill, Shirley Knupp, Larry Loamy, Carol McCoy. Jeanne McGuirp, Shirley Mitchell. Knlherine Norvell, Barbara Pickerel, Don- j na Powers, Verda Price, Linda j and Larry Rolins and Carol Wisnasky. Sophomores, Bernice Chilton, Pat Coburn, Patricia 'Davis,! Carolyn Dodson, Jeanie Eller, Bonnie Fequay, Vicki Hamilton, Gary Howe, Pat James, Lois ; Johnson, Patsy Joiner, Lowell Langehaug, Cinda Lasnter, Lin- j da McDonough, Patricia Mense, '• Tom Meyer, Ray Naughton, Ve- J First-Grader Wins Contest At Roxana High ROXANA — Kenneth Perkins, who is in Mrs. Mildred Donham'* first grade, was the grand winner with his song at the Roxana P.T.A. amateur show Saturday evening nt the Roxana High school gym. Kenneth was selected the winner in the first through third grad* group: Joyce Hall from Mrs. Evadna Ball's sixth grade won with her hillbilly vocal selection accompanied on the guitar Jby her father and in the Junior High group, the quartet from Mr, Luster's room composed of Sharon Morgan, Francis Pieffer, Sharon C.allager and Patsy Wright wer« winners vrilh their song. Judges were School Superintendent Latham Harris, Don Hubbard and Harold Landwehrmeier. U.S. per capita consumption ol evaporated milk dropped from 18'2 pounds in 1947 to 15' i pounds in 19. r )3. ronica Roberts, Kny Robinson, David Slruharik, Pat Thomson, Joan nnrl .Judy True. Alice Watkins, Charles Wilry, and Judy Freshmen, Jane AHerberry, Judy Bail, Beverly Bull, Robert Brigman, Patricia Carson, Betty Kardloy, Marilyn Fuderick, Beverly Garner, Tom Galewood, Brenda Grober, Natalie Gross, Dinna Haskins, Robert Hoh.«on, Ronald Hunt, Mickey Hurst, Melba Huston, Patricia Keck, Barbara Larson, Pat Leainy, Carol Muncie, Malcum PuckPlt, Sandra Reynolds, Rebecca Robert's, NOP] Sakos. Judy Shuit, Kenneth Smith, Snridrn Smith, Sue Walker and Judy W'idanian. ALTON CIVIC ORCHESTRA TONITE, 8:15 WEST Junior High School STEPPE'S Beauty Salon DIAL 4-1018 ARCADE — WILSHERE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER EAST ALTON At Our Salon—Wed., Thur., Oct. 24th and 25th! MISS LUCILLE MARSH 1KTERNATIONALLY FAMED HAIR STYLIST AND PERMANENT WAVE TECHNICIAN FOR CARYL RICHARDS, INC. 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