Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 27, 1956 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, October 27, 1956
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGETHREfi Wood River. Robert A. Walkinglon, 605 West Pearl, Jerseyville .Miss Patricia E. Sanders, Godfrey. Uoorf ftit«er Township MEDICAL Paul Wayne Shelley, 208 Southard. South Roxana Total 95 Years 3 0*1 Employes Mark Service Anniversaries Three veteran Owens-Illinois | men this week marked service ' anniversaries with the company , totaling 95 years. They are! Chris Miller, Cecil Andrews, i and Marion D. Keyser. | Chris Miller began his 35-year i career with! Owens - Illinois in 1921 in the warehouse and shipping depart m e n t and has been in this depart- 88 Cities Over 10,000 In State By DOX K. CHAMBERLAIN Telegraph Correspondnet SPRINGFIELD. 111. (Special) —There are at least SS cities in SpecialServicesAt Trinity Lutheran lllnois with . vvith the com- Miller pany. Ife left O-I in 1923 for a few months, hut returned the same year. Miller's present position in the department is shipping foreman. He and his wife. Genevieve, reside at 3928 Aberdeen in Alton. They have two sons: I/iuis population of 10.- ment during i (100 or more, according to sta- all his time ' tistics just released by the Stale Health Departmenl. The figures, as of July, 195, r ), disclose that about 66 per cent of the suite popglation (estimated at 9..'i(il.- OOfil resides in these cities the number of which are 16 more than in ,19.")0. According to a department survey the population in Die SS cities was 6,Ml.500. an increase KEV. BEimVLN L. FKKY Boost Next Year Blackburn Forced To Raise Fee for Room and Board B.. who resides in Mission Kan.,;°f •'-W.500 over that in 72 cities and Jack E., 3.J.16 Omega SI.. Alton. Cecil Andrews is a graduate of the Alton grade and hiph s e h o ols. He worked at Owens - Illinois during summer vacations wood in 1950. : It estimated Chicago's population at :!.li!)().00() an increase from the 1050 population of 3.fiLM,0(IO '•. but a decrease in its percentage of state population. In 11*55. the department said, i about ,'!H per rent of the stales population lived in Chicago hut in thc! ttl( ' percentage has been rteclin- box de-; »>K since 193d when •)•! per cent part mem in 191M and ]!)l'.i. He started permanently at C. Andrews O-I in 1926 a« stock record clerk and then was transferred to perpetual inventory rlork. In !!*.'!! Andrews was transferred to the plant office as service desk clerk. In 1935 lie moved to mold manufacturing as a of the population lived in Chicago. . i The survey report said Chicago's average annual rate of inerase during the 1950-55 period is slight ' ly lower than for 19-10-50 period i but higher than that of the 19!!040 decade. : Chicago, of course, ranked first in population among cities. Next was Peoria. tlv.-n Rockford, fol- • lowed by Kast S!. Louis and cast rack helper. In ! Springfield in that order. The ; the latter part oi the same year ! d( 'Panment listed Aurora. Dr- ; he transferred to the Mold Shop calllr and Joli(>t as tho nlnM design riepaitrnent as a drafts-' ra f" fil P Crowing cities of between 50.OIK) and 75.000 population, with Belleville. Champaign, Granite , City. Kanakaee and Waukegan the fastest growing of those between 25.000 and 50,000. In a breakdown of state population 1he survey showed the five-to-14-year age bracket was the biggest wi-.h 1.5S.OOO. Next were those between the agf-s of 35 and 4-i il.377.0001; then came tiie 25-t0-3-1 bracket il,.')73.000i. Stale populalion consis'ed of the 3.690.000 in :he City of Chi<-ago with 5.67.1,000 in the rest of the state, ihe later including Cook '0 County outside Chicago. the com pany in one depart- tnent, corm- gated. He be- KltCS (Conducted The Rev. Bertwin L. Frey, prislor of Bethany Lutheran Church, Buffalo, New York, will be guest missioner a I Trinity Lutheran Chi'roli m Alton for a series of special services beginning Sund;iy evening at 8. I Trinity Lutheran Church, in : conjunction vvith other Lutheran churches in the area is participating in a Crusade for Christ Mission Oct. U8-\ov. 1. Services will be held each night. Througnout this week, teams , of visitors have been calling on i the unchurched in the communi- '. ty inviting them to join the Crusade for Christ by attending some of the services. Pastor Bertwin L. Frey comes to Trinity with 15 years experience in the ministry. He was graduated from Concordia Seminary, St. IjDuis. Mo., in 1941 and served as assistant pastor at First Trinity Lutheran Church ; \r. Buffalo. N.Y., until 19-13. j Since 191!i. he has served as pas- j lor of Bethany Lutheran Church in Buffalo. CARLINVILLE — Dr. Robert P. Ludliim. president of Black-, burn College, Carlinville. an-- nounced today in an all college ; assembly that due to (ho in- ( cieasing expenses of maintain- 3'ice and operation, which have, gone up a third since 1953. the fee for room and board would he raised from $200 to $300 a year. This increase will be effective Sept. 1, 1957. This raise of student costs was passed by a vote of the board of trustees in a recent meeting. The cost of tuition will remain the same, $400 per year. For tlie year 1956-57 the total; operating expense of the college will b-j J414.027.1!. 1 ). of which the students pay $L'L'4.4L'0. the dif- j ferrnoo being paid by the endowment fund and gifts and grants' to the college. During this cur- renl year the average Black-i bum student will pay SIM0.17 for tuition and board and room. This comparatively low cost is made possible by the Blackburn , self-help plan in which every resident student works 15 hours a \vcek. F.ven with this increase the studrtiis will be paying lor iil- <le more than half of the ex pense of their education. Absentee Voters CARLINVILLE - Absentee voters may vote in person at the office of County Clerk Robert G. Fritz Sr., until 9 p. m. Saturday, Nov. 3 the last day 1 of such voting. The office will be kept open until 9 p. m. on that day for the convenience of persons qualified to vote who cannot bo in the county on election clay. | Married 85 Years CARLINVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. I^ouis. Mahkovtz Sr., will observe their 35th wedding anniversary Monday. Oct. -9. T h e day will he spent quietly with their famiK. Mrs.Mahkovtz. the former Miss Katherine Kollins, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kollins of Gillnspie. and Louis MahkovU, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mahkovtx. were, married in Si. Joseph's Church in this city. . They have one daughter. Mrs. Mary Ann Alclerson of Carlin- vi!l.?; two sons, Lou.s Jr.. of Cai-linville and James of Mulberry Grove. They have six grandchildren. Grafton WSCS To Hear Ford Sunday Night r.RAFTGN — Clfiyton Forrl. professor at Priiifipa Cnllr-cr, will sprak at tho Women's Society of Christian Service niprl- inR at the- Methodist Church Snn- fl.iy at 8 p. m. HP will discuss "The United Nations", Kldf-lii finis GRAFTON — Mr,--, .lohn Hracl- fisch entertained the Fidrlis Class at her home Thursday evening with a Hnllowrrn mstnmp party. Pri/es were fiwardod to Mrs. Norman Uoyt for her prrt- ty costume, Mrs. Kinth Martin lor thr- most comical and Mrs. Charles A rn hut's lor the most original costume. The m\\t meet- mi,' will }>/• ;i p/itluck supp'T .\n\. L"j at thr annex. 'inillwi Moles GRAFTOX — Mr. am! M r «. Kriwa/d House and \Vilh;tm Mains uprit to O)uauka Tuesday to atii'tid 'he luneral ^f Mrs. Theoflore liichey, wifo of Theodore I'.ichey, a former lirallon resident. Mrs. Fj ed Amistronp WH< Imn- "i'''d at a piiiiuck diiiiif-r Thins. day a: the home of her nioihi'f. Mi's. Jen.' Arnold, in eleehration "f I' 1 '] h i Miii.iy amiH"rs;ii > 'lames pioMiii'il diversion and Mrs. Katlierine Ilfigan and daughter, Lucille, Mis, Fred H. Wallai p and daughipj , visited Wednesday at the home ol Mr. and Mis. Houaid Gwilhm at Shiprnan. .__ i Mrs. Ld H..UM- and Mrs. Kath- Mf*f*t I iipsrlav at rtonrlh rump ]cen Siie! " e and ( ' liildr ' in atkwi- ITAC^l. ilU_,SUciy O.I AUJUUllCH.I»t/ eo a birthday party Wednesday Xameoki Holida y Mcrr y-Go-Round t- •/ Greene County Bureau To man. During 1941 Andrews was assigned duties as mold design supervisor, the position he now holds. H* was married in 1931 to the former Virginia I.jou Carhart, and they have throe boys: Cecil Jr.. who works in the pattern shop division of the Alton central mold simp; Thomas, now attending college: and Daniel, in junior high school. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews reside at 4 Grovelin St., Godfrey. Marion D. Keyser has worker! f ..<••• his entire ; -' '"' • "' years with Jax Teacher Speaks To Lions At Carrollton .Mrs. Rachel Sims M. Kryirr gan in 1926 do- . ing gen e r a 1 work. In 19-13. be entered the Navy, hut returned the following year and worked in the department on quality control. He is presently employed as schedule clerk. Keyser and his wife. Rhea June, reside at 3759 Aberdeen Ave. They have one son, David Richard, aged five. Medora Royal Neighbors Have Annual Dinner MEDORA — Arbor Yitae Camp of Royal Neighbors had its annual dinner Thursday at the home oi Mr*. D. A. Plogger. The regular meeting was conducted in the afternoon. Mrs. L. C. Dougherty joined as a social member. The November meeting will be held with Mrs. W. E. Cline. Present were: Mrs. Ida Burns, Miss Jessie Barnes, Mrs. L. E. Wilton, Mrs. Don Rice, Mrs. Nellie Barnes. Mrs. L. C. Dougherty, Mr». W. E. Cline, Mrs. Nelson Targhetta, Mrs. Jane Shields, Mrs. Sadie Maska, Mrs. William Searles, Mrs. George Nixon, Mrs. D. A. Plogger. Medora Notes MEDORA — H. L. Maple visited with his brother, Herman Maple, in Peoria Thursday. Glenn Summers, Springfield, spent Thursday with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Summers. Mr. and Mrs, Leo Scott took Mrs. Darrell Walters to the Veterans Hospital, St. Louis, Thursday to see the latter's husband, who was recently moved there from a hospital at Bloomington. Mrs. Lee Vanfossen and daughter, Mary, Miss Helen Moore and The Rev. Carl Hilgendorf. pa*t- or of Messiah I.Aitheran Church, officiated at riles at 10 a. m. Thursday in Smith Funeral Home for Mrs. ^.a.-hel Sims. Burial was :n Hudsonv ille Cemetery. Pallbearers were James Patterson, Henry Belcher, Ralph Huehling. William Kramer, Nelson Bradshaw Jr., and Thomas Gavin. Mrs. Paul Ewm were in Alton Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt left Friday for thc'.r winter homo in Lake Worth, Fla., stopping over; the weekend in Fail-field with their; son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ' Mrs. George Freshwater. j Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gimlin ; received word Thursday that their I daughter-in-law, Mrs. Kenneth | Gimlin. was quite ill in the navy' hospital al Trenton, New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Waltrip Sr., Wrights, were guests Thursday i evening at an oyster supper at the < home of their son, Lynn Waltrip j Jr. 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Tucker were; guests Thursday evening at the ] home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bridges, Jerseyville. . Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Elliott and son visited in Alton Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. i Joel Moore. CARROLLTON' — .Tack Har- tone. principal of the Illinois Rraillr and Sitxht Saving School al Jacksonville, spoke Thursday (venine at a dinner meeting of Carrollton Kions Club al the Hilltop nr-ar V.'hite Hall. Hanong was ai'oompanird by t\vo of his siuneme. Richard Crescek, and Richard Mass" y who demonstrated the use of the various ' lypo« machines and equipment ' used in the school in which children are given both a grade and h,£h school education equal to lhat ohiBint-d in the regular j grad» and hich schools. • S;uden:s graduating from the l>;Sh M'hoji KM- equipped to make , Ihf.r u,jy :n the world regard-' Ifss. of th^ir handicap. The Jacksonville school serves a large area, including Oarrollton. | The definite plans for the an- • niial Halloween parade Wednes- ; nay, Oct. 31 were announced hy •he chairman. Carroll Tapp. The parade is scheduled for 6:30 p. m. on the square and masquer-1 adcts will gather at the Simp-i son Parking lot on South Main. The parade will be led hy the 1 hand of the Carrollton Commun- : ity Unit schools and will march around the square to the judges' stand on the west side. Everett] Mehl will be master of cere- j monies, Jake Shelton will be | stage manager; Rill Minor will; be in charge of lights and sound; L. H. Mehrhoff will be parade marshal and Richard McLane will he in charge of "treats". In the future the dinner meet- j ings of the Lions Club will be held i in the cafeteria of Carrollton 1 Community Unit High. School ! and the meals will be served by the members of the Parent- Teacher Association of which Mrs. Lyle Moushon is chairman. CARROLLTON — Mrs. Irvin I Dumas of Springfield will speak ; Tuesday afternoon at the annual Holiday Merry-Go-Round sponsored by tin Greene County Home Bureau from 10 a. m. until 3; p. m. in the American Legion I hall at Roodhouse. Mrs. Dumas will demonstrate types of flower arrangements and will assist anyone present with any vase or container which presents a problem in securing an attractive flower arrangement. Music will be furnished by* the chorus of Roodhouse High School. A silent auction will be held ai the close of the program. '•. A crafts display will be ar-' ranged by Mrs. Ardell Kimmel. Mrs. Carl Peters wil' display straw purses and hats; Mrs. Charles Daum, basketry; Mrs. Dwane Boll, painted wooden articles; Mrs. Leo Koehm. cand- > !es: Mrs. Howard Woodall, fall table decoranons; Mrs. Vera Million, tooled aluminum trays.; Mrs. Orvall Cannedy, Mrs. L. • R. Lee and Mrs. Gloyd Hoes-j man will be in charge of registration during the morning and the decorations for the day are being planned by Mrs. L. R.: Lee. Mrs. James Ford and Mrs. ' James Waltrip. A luncheon will be scrvf-d beginning at 11:30 a. m. by the members of the Home Bureau Unit at Roodhouse. Stansbury Funeral CARROLLTOX — Funeral services for Frank Stansbury ' were conducted a; 9 a. m, today j at John's Catholic Church by , the Rev. Father Carl Schmidt.! Pallbearers were J. F. Hubbard,; A. Pohlman, Henry Schmidt, W.; P .Schmidt, Clement Dunsworth and George Andrews. Burial was in St. John's Cemetery. Scouts to Meet CARROLLTON — Members of the newly organized Webelo '. Den will be guests Tuesday evening at a meeting of the local Troop of Boy Scouts. The meet- • ing will be held at American Lcpjon Hall. Jerry Jones and '• John Clark are the adult leaders of the Webelo troop. i Party at Greenfield j CARROLLTON — Mrs. Chris I Daum of this city and Mrs. H. ; C. Cole, Greenfield entertained: at a Halloween canasta party Thursday afternoon at the Cole I at \ameoki honoring M r s. House's grandson, Hoyt. Ray. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Don Ra.\ . William Stevens submitted to a tonsillec'lomy Saturday at St. Joseph's Hospital. Alton. W. A Gladstone returned to clerk Dwight Coon rod to Raymond Rich of Hettick and Miss Nancy Lawson of Roodhouse. Miss Edith Cartwright of St. home. Guests were Mrs. W. Me- ! Louis arrived Saturday to spend 1 the weekend with Miss Ada Isaac. Colfister. Mrs. Marcus McCollister. Mrs. Eihel Ross, Mrs. : Henry Roodhouse and Mrs. Jes- • se Ridings of White Hall; MrsJ John Olbert of Wood River, Mrs. ' W. E. String. Godfrey; Mrs. Robert Cole, Mrs. Francis Kuhnline, Mrs. Giller String, and Mrs. : Richard Cole. Greenfield; Mrs.' 1 Paul Daum, Miss Gussie Giller, ; Mrs. Eva Robinson and Mrs. : : Richard Giller. Carrolhon. ! Carrollton Xotes ! CARROLLTOX — J. F. Hubbard, Judge Jack Alfred and Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Wilkinson were , among those from Greene Coun- j ty who attended the Democratic i meeting Thursday evening at the ! Springfield Armory and heard the addresses of Adlai Stevenson and Estes Kefauver. ; A marriage license was issued Oct. 25 in the office of county . Hospital Notes /Minn jtfptttorifft MKntCAl, Harry Gaul, 647'i. East Fifth Rebecca Lawrence. F,ast Alton Dr. Reuben Barker, fidflU K. Broadway Paul Huhh-ml. 3209 Fernwood Harold .Hibnson, Route 1, Bethnl- (o DISMISSALS Kathleen Uclborn, Kast Alton Paula Kesvineer. W*i Vieu land Hunk Kirkpatrick, Hartford William Smith. Hartford Mrs. Minnie Roseherry. Kast Alton Mr-. Vera Klokkenua, South Roxana Miner Kraut. Tlardin Robert Leo Coui'loise. Route 1. P,ethallo Mrs. Maxine N'eunmn. Wood River Mrs. Helen Rogers, Godfrey Rev. Kenneth Moore. Kast Alton Arthur Keller. Hunker Hill Mrs. Kli/iilielh Dormer. 1M7 West I-:im Mrs Laura Unties, Godfrey Donald U'a'_y.;oner. Wood River Mis. Cora Shaw. ?,'£', Main Mi- Kilenp KllL'en. IMnii Lincoln Ml--. N'adine Klunk. Dnvv Mr-. P.emiPtl. F.dvvardsvillo peoiia Wednesday nfler vi^ilins -evoral day with his <nn-in-l;tw and daiKTh-'T. Mr. and Mis. Robert Miller. Mr-. Thomas Plmmiier aiv infant son. Francis Gerald, wore broimht home Friday from St. .).!•.• pli s Hospital in All' Hi where the b;,by s\as born Oct. 21. I:"b'r. e- and ln>"'iid- received \\nrd Tl'ur<day ol the cnlica illness of Mrs. I,ill;.- M. L'ast- nian at l.e Grance, 111. THERE ARE THINGS You Must Know— WHERE? WHEN? HOW? Mrs. Freda McVey, Roxana Mrs. Virginia Nader, Roxsna Mrs. Nancy Main, 251 Dooley Darrell Woodward. 203 East 12th. Si. -fosrp/i s MEDICAL Chesterfield Parker, 731 Market William Thurslon, 7-13 Henry. Jerseyville .iohn David Tryon, 4-19 Kast Penning, Wood River SI KUKAL Miss Betty Sue Hi^hsmith, Moro Miss Lee Anna Bcckman, Route 1. Alton Williams Stephens. Route 1. Grafton Julius Meisenheimer. Hctlick. DISMISSALS William iVlutuirany, X.'iS Lorena, Wood River Mrs. Irene Sisco, Briqhtun Tom Turis^liatto. Benld Miss Ksthrr Rodders. 29 Maurice; Mrs. Joyce Albert, 1.'U9 Randell, Kdwardsvillf' Mrs. Mary A. Deen. 1811) Liberty ; Mrs. Beuiah Liley. Cottage Hills Mrs. Melba \Valilen, Palmyra Joseph Hubcr. Route 1. Hothulto Andrew Thompson. ,Ti2 Dry ' Miss Vicki Kes.-,ei. LV, Dude St., Kdvvardsv ille Mis V'eeik, Route 1, Alton Charles L. Hohroedor. West Alton. Mo. Mrs. Laura Johnson, 17'Jl. Rod'_ r ers Clatence Stmson. Jiil) Geor"o, , Mrs. Thelma Moore. 38 Bert, Kast Alton Otis Loean, 139 E. Tydeman, Roxnna Mrs. Alice Kay Mohundro, 104 Pence. Hast Alton Raymond Goode, Hartford Mrs. Mary G. Izsak. Route 1, Behallo DISMISSALS Kddie Laird, Cottage Hills Mrs Dolores Kaylor, Route 1, Dorsey Klvis K. Brown, Roxana Mrs. Feme Higgins, 232 Pence, Kasl Alton Lavern Scheffel. 307 Whitelavv Leo Stearns. South Roxana Dr. H P. Morgan. 72 Kast Acton. Wriod River. AGAIN WE HAVE ROSES 75c Dozen and Up Rexroat Flower Market '^61)1 I,. |}(h\>. Dial 2-7439 Open K\fMiiiiR3 Till 9 WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS • WE GIVE Monday, Oct. 29, 5 to 9 P. M. Only Fj WINDES' BAKE SHOP Hot Coffee & Sandwiches Fountain Service Open Sunday 9 a.m. to B p.m. 601 Airlinr Drive Rosrwood Heights 114 W. 3rd St. FREE! FREE! $10,00 Worth of Eagle Stamps in Addition to Regular Amount of Stamps — Monday, Oct. 29, 1956, 5 to 9 p, m, only, OPEN MONDAY NIGHT WE GIVE AMD REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS • WE GIVE When wind erosion once starts, it tends to spread from field to field and farm to farm. OPEN SUNDAY pOULTfty AND MEATS AVAILABLE NOTTOLI SUPER MARKET Highland & Gold Sts. FREE FUR COAT? How would you like to be ; wearing a new Mouton fur for Thanksgiving? It could be you! Probably you haye never won anything in your life but there is a first time lor everything. Every time you come downtown you can have another chance to win! There are three things you must know — Where? When? How? Watch next Wednesday's Telegraph (Oct. 31) for full infor- niation. —Adv. Paul F. Davis, and Sons Will NOT Close Their Store At Brown and Washington Until 5:30 P.M. Saturday, Nov. 3rd, 1956. They Will However, Take Over Operation in Cottage Hills As Of Monday, October 29th, 1956. ON SALE P.M. f\ P cotton shirts Regularly 1.49 Short sleeve and ileevefest styles in vivid plaids, bright checks, clear pastels. 10 to kerrybrooke blue jeans Regularly 2.39 Here are Kerrybrooke'i sturdy, famous • for - valus Regulation styling, with rivet - reinforced front pockets. 10 to 20. Choose from woven patterns, prints, repps. Sears has a style for everyone! Buy now and save 2.50. "Gonna Jbe Easy to Pay Your Bills when .Paul Moves to Cottage Hills!!" PAUL F. DAVIS and SONS STILL AT BROWN AND WASHINGTON!! 23-Inch Saran Wigged Baby Doll Regularly 5.4? Save 1.50 now! Wig can be combed, brushed and set. Hat and dress are soft, lacs trimmed nylon. Just Say "Charge It" — Use Sears Revolving Charge Account SEARS ALTON STORE HOURS: Mon., Frl. 9 to », Other Dm 9 t* 6. I I I AVOID RUSH and TENSION !//i GOLDEN SHOPPING HOURS iblAKE IT A FAMILY NIGHT! EASIER TO PARK NEAR YOUR DESTINATION

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