Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 30, 1956 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 30, 1956
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30,1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH f»AGB3 ELEVEN Upper Alton News Events Have N«w« or Wiifit t CHESTER BAUBEH CONDITION BfeltER Chester Barber, 2148 Brown St., is improving at. Alton Memorial Hospital. Barber, 60, was struck by an automobile in a parking lot in East Alton last week. He received fractures of a leg, arm and possibly several ribs. It was expected that he would bo discharged this week and he would continue his convales- cense at home. Mrs. Sarah Blase, 3515 Aberdeen Ave., is in St. Anthony's Hospital In what a member of the family described as a critical condition. She entered Sunday. The 83- year-old woman had been in the hospital up until two weeks ni*o. She suffered a relapse Sunday, the family member said. Mark, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Birmingham. 3427 Milton t)r., was discharged from Alton Memorial Hospital, Monday. The boy entered Wednesday for treatment of a virus Infection. SUEDE JACKET FADED? Our Special Suede Reconditioning Service You'll be delighted with the difference—Color restored— tuede feeli as toft is new again and oo strtakfng. All for only « small fraction of a new coat's cost. Phone for Service today. Phone 2-0231 for Pickup and Delivery It'i So Ea«y to Have And So' Satisfying To U«e . . . A CHARGE ACCOUNT AT MILTON ROAD CLEANERS t-mi ADVENTISf LEADER TO BE AT CHURCH HERE Pastor Victor W. Esquilla, newly appointed director of welfare and laymen activities of Illinois Seventh Day Adventist Churches, will conduct an all- day rally here Saturday. The rally will begin at 9:30 a.m. at the Adventist church. V. W, ESQUILLA 2014 Main St., starling with the Sabbath School session. Purpose of the meeting is to "encourage more intense activity among members in behalf of their fellowmen, both spiritually and physically." Elinois Adventists in a radius of 50 miles are expected to ?llend. • Job of Mr. Esquilla is to direct welfare work in the 68 Adventist churches in the area. Such 'welfar 0 work is aimed at the needy, members or nonmembers. REMOVE LANTERNS FROM EXCAVATION Warning lights were removed from an excavation in the 2300- blork of Sanford avenue Monday night. Police went to the srene after a resident reported that removal of the lights was causing a traffic hazard. Several of the lanterns were gone and others had been snuffed out. TROOP 3 HOLDS COURT OF HONOR Boy Scout Troop 3 held a court of honor Monday at College Avenue Baptist Church. A movie was shwMi of the troop's trip to Giant City about two weeks ago. The troop selected winners as the best campers on the trip. It ended in » tie between Ed Land- GLADIOLAS Bin Heavy Stock .. Dozen REXROAT'S TTbrrt B*tUr Floweri Art Chriprr SMI E. Br.idwir. Dial J-7439 Open ETcnlnci mil gnndir iss and Ronald Schenk. They received noekerchief slides. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Glen Flenner, Mrs. Harold 'Davidson and Mrs. Wyman Cannedy. The troop is making a float, " the Alton Halloween parade. Last night much of the mater- ia 1 that will be used on the float was used to decorate the meeting place. Awards were as follows: Allen liallenger, Tom Atherton, Ronnie Schenk, Edwin Landiss, Mark Shanpee, Marshall Selkirk, Eddie Lindsay, second class badges; Dick Bengil, Dick Cannedy, Paul McFarlane, first class badges. Joe VVannamaker Jr., was presented With a star scout award, lie also received the following merit badges: scholarship, reading, music, swimming, fireman- ship, rowing, life saving, canoeing, cooking. Mike McKee received badges for marksmanship, home repairs, and firemanship. Dan MacDuff received a badge for music. Mike McKee,' Dan MacDuff. Joe Wannamaker, Lincoln Trail hike award. Charles Lewis, who now is an explorer, was presented a neckerchief slide for making the trail trip a second time. Dick Bingil got the following merit badges: life saving, swimming and marksmanship. Richard Cannedy gas badges for home repairs and cooking. Receiving uniform insignia for offices were Paul McFarlane, scribe. Ronald McConathy, librarian, and Joe Wannamaker. senior patrol leader. Mark Snap- pee and Dirk Cannedy, patrol leaders, Tom Atherton and Dick Bingil, assistant patrol leaders. The meeting was opened by the Black Sheep patrol and closed by the Flying Eagle patrol. STATE EMPLOYES TO HAVE PICNIC THUKSDAT Second annual employes' picnic will be held at Alton State Hospital Thursday. Event wi'l begin at 4 p.m. and supper will be served at 6 o'clock. Games and dancing will follow in the recreation hall. A movie, "Hansel and Gretel" will be shown for the children. Barney Hale'.- orchestra will play. All employes and their families are invited. GIRL TROOP 87 ELECTS OFFICERS Officers of Girl Scout Troop 27 of Milton School have been elected. They are: Patty Belangee, president; Marlene Waits, secretary; Nancy Ohley, treasurer. The troop has recently completed a course in cooking at Union Electric Co. Monday night they had ft wiener roast at Rio Vista Farm in Godfrey. Hiking and horseback riding featured the enter* tainment. Committee mothers present were, Mrs. Everett Greene, Mrs. Paul Whftzel. Mrs. Edmund Ohley, Mrs. Don Leach. Leaders are Mrs. Harry Nei- klrk and Mis. Ed Kochersperger. AREA WSCS TO MEET AT MAIN METHODIST Woman's Society o! Christian Service of the Methodist churches in the Alton area will meet Wednesday, 1 p.m., at the Main Street Methodist Church. A study book will be taught by Mrs. Charles A. Stickler. Subject will be, "Missions U.S.A." DOIX)RES BUDDE IN SIU FACULTY CONCERT Several area residents have returned from a concert in which a Milton student took part at Carhondale Sunday. She is Miss Dolores Budde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Budde, 3635 Aberdeen Ave. Mrs. Budde, Mrs. Cora Maher, a great aunt, of the girl, and Levi Maher, both of Brighton, attended. The concert was given by the Southern Illinois University faculty woodwind quintette. Miss Budde was the only student in the group. She had taken her teacher's place, who is studying in Europe this year. Miss Budde, a senior at SIU, played the clarinet in the group. She is at the college on a"scholarship, majoring in music. GUEST AT TABERNACLE MIDWEEK SERVICE The Rev. T. T. King will be the guest speaker at the midweek service, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., at Tabernacle Baptist Church. The minister is a resident of Buffalo, N.Y. The Rev. W. H. Binford, pastor, urged all members and the public, to attend the service. In other news: The banquet climaxing the week-long celebration of the sixth anniversary ol the Rev. Binford as pastor of the church was held Monday evening. The pastor received a purse of more than $500 from the congregations and also personal gifts. Local ministers and out-of- town visitors attended the banquet in addition to members of the Rev. Binford's congregation. COUPLES BACK FROM TRIP TO SEE FALL TREE COLOR Mr. and Mrs. George Yost, 1901 N. Rodgers Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lewis, 3601 j Berkeley Ave., hace returned i from a trip to Charleston, S.C., and area. They were gone 10 days. The sightseeing motor trip included a drive down the Atlantic coast, and back through the Tennessee mountains. They had gone to see the fall colors in the foliage and they weren't disappointed. The trees, especially in Alabama and the Smoky Mountains, were at their best showing hundreds of shades of color. Lewis returned to work Monday after a two-week vacation. Yost is a retired Standard Oil Co. employe. GIRL WiOUT TROOP 17 INVESTS 4 AJ EMBERS Intermediate Girl Scout Troop At B8th Annual Farm Bureau Meet Marketing Director Says Production Problems Can Be Solved By Farmers EDWARDSVILI.E — The Madison County Farm Bureau held its 38th annual meeting at the Ed- w,.rrlsville High School Monday evenijig, with about 60') farmers and wives attending. women's committee, anr) Mrs. Ed Schillinger, Granite City, a member of the committee, reported on activities of their com- m'ttep. Emmert R. Keim, Belleville, 17 met at Clara Barton School I E. V. StHdel. assistant director j district organization director of Monday afternoon and invested' of marketing of the Illinois Ag-ithe Illinois Agricultural Asso- riculliir-1 Association, wns I he] elation, discussed some ac'lvi- speaker. He emphasized the im-ities of the state organization, portance of farmers a marketing program their record in production, s!at-|tural extension service of the ing that last year one farmer i college of agriculture, University four members. They were Delores Acup, •- " ''-''"'''' The delicious flavor difference in Folger's is You taste it in every steaming cup-the unusually rich, tangy flavor of nature's choicest coffee. For that's what Folger's is. ..a unique and individual blend of naturally more flavorful Mountain-Grown coffees! Experti agree that these rare mountain coffees, grown in remote regions where there is an abundance of fertile volcanic soil, warm tropic rain, and year-round sunlight, have the most satisfying tang and flavor of any coffee known today. you will agree that the rewarding flavor and fragrance you discover in Folger's is the finest you have ever enjoyed. Distinctively rich. Unusually tangy. Unmistakably Folger's —Mf Mountain-Grown coffee! So much richer In flavor that you are urym to ut* 1/4 ItM th»n with U««tr fl«vor*d br«na». Coffee.. .Ifs Mountain-Grown! IfOUlAB, PRIP ANO MN| GRINOS-PNE AND TWO POUND CANS Charlotte Huilt, Beverly Oldham, and Melody Toot. Services were led by Judy Osburne and Vickie Seitzberg. Pins were presented by the co-leader, Mrs. Arthur Arnold. Plans were complete for at- the citywide intermediate Girl Scout skating party at Playmor Skating Arena, Monday, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Pennies were collected to contribute to the Juliet. Lowe birthday fund. Officers of the troop are Shelley Boone, scribe; Karen Sue Rice, treasurer; Trudi Stillwell and Sharon Kimbro, patrol leaders; Marilyn Wiegand and Terry Witcher, leaders. assistant patrol •s developing Service farm improvement pro- im to matchiieots sponsored by the agrirul- produced enough food for 18 non-farm people, compared to the average production in 1935 to 3939, when one farmer produced enough for 10 non-farmers. Meat production" per capita in 1956 will . exceed 1953 bv five pounds per capita and establish a new record for total meat production. The challenge for the future of agriculture is to do an equally efficient job of marketing, said Stadel. Production problems can be solved by the individual farmer, he said, but group action is required to solve legislative and marketing problems. Presiding at the meetinr was VVilbeit Engelke. Granite City, farm bureau president. The treasurer's report was given by William H. Rohrkaste, Edwardsville, treasurer. Harold Gindler. Mrs. Rolland Wiegand is the troop leader. MARK TWALV PTA MAKE PLANS FOR STEAK SUPPER Plans for a steak supper to be given by the Parent-Teacher Association at Mark Twain School were completed at a meeting Monday night of the ways and means committee. The event will be held Wednesday, Nov. 7, in the school gymnasium. Menu will include brouii Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, green vegetable, jello salad, bread, butter and coffee. Dessert of homemade pie and cake will be fctra. Committees selected event were: Kitchen, Mrs. Dora Kocher-. .. . sperger. Mrs. Jean Lawless. \ the J arm ^ bureau policj : , dev f°P- Mrs. Rene Hinderhan; dining Dorsey; Nameoki-Venice- W i 1- bert Engelke: New Douglas — Albert Ernst; Olive George K Suhre; Omphghent — Herbert F. Kucthe; Oak — George A. Rinkle; Saline --Leonard A. Plorher: S!. T ; cob — Fremont Schoeck: and Wood River — Arthur Gusowpllp. New directors '«-ere elected from Foster and Godfrey townships. Retiring director? from these townships are Paul Titeh- enal and Louis A. Lagomann. of Illinois, were discussed by Farm Adviser Truman \V. May. A reporj of farm bureau Insurance activities was given by Ed Srhrodt and R. A. Baptist reported for the Madison Service Company. The program opened with a concert by the Edwardsville High School band, directed by Cleon Et/korn. Entertainment, including music and a one-act play, was given by t h e Madison County Rural Youth. Participants were Elmer AntSnen, Guyneth Anderson, Virginia Branding. Williai Gass, Virgil Heepke, Norma Klueter. lone Kolm, Ginger Myers and Elon Stille. Accordion music was played by Rosalie Bohnenstiehl and Ronald Sherlock. Lunch was served following the program by the Madison County Home Bureau. BeaJ- Was Thorn NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.- A children's birthday party broke into confusion near here when a bear looked in the window. A game warden trailed the bear for three miles and HIP party ended with both a cake and a bear hide. Godfrey Man Find* Cat on Car Engine GODFREY — A resident of Godfrey road opened the hood of his car Monday evening and a round-eyed cat stared at him from somewhere near the oil filter. His mind filled with Halloween witches, black cats and skeletons, the man had to take a second look before he realized the cat had lost the last of its nine lives. He had no idea how long it had been there but apparently it had crawled under the hood to keep warm. It was believed the animal was either electrocuted or died from carbon monoxide poisoning. Tetograpii Want Ads "CLICK" SPECIAL FOR NATIONAL FLOWER WEEK CARNATIONS * 1.00 Dozen * Rexroot Flower Market ".r,n\ K Brnndwlv Dill )-14M Oprn Evening* »nd Sunday Collins\ille, secretary, read the ! Township directors elected at minutes of the last annual meeting and a report of the board of directors for (he past year. The invocation v.'as given by th Rev. Paul Surbey of Granite City. The Madison County Farm Bureau had a gain of 113 members during the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, brining the total membership to 3.343, stated Walton for the' H " Faires ' county organization 1 director. Resolutions were prsented and room, Mrs. Ed King, Mrs. A. K. Scott, Mrs. M, Ziegler; serving line under supervision of Mrs. ment program reported by C. C. Losch, East Alton, chairman of the resolutions committee. John Keller, Collinsville, chairman of Sentenne; cleanup under di- the farm bureau mar ^'^ committee, reported on marketing ac- rection of John Grey; dessert chairman, Mrs. John Barton; dish washer, Mrs. M. Bardolph. Tickets are available through Lester Lamken, Donald Moore, and E. Hinderhan. MAIN METHODIST GROUPS TO BE IN ALTON PARADE Primary or Junior department members of the Main Street Methodist Church Sunday School are welcome to ride on their float in the Halloween parade, it has been announced. They are asked to be at the church, 6:15 Wednesday evening, masked if possible. The group will return to the church for refreshments after the parade. Members who do not ride on the float are welcome to join in the refreshments. tivities during the year. William D. Bartels, Dorsey, chairman of the farm bureau tax committee, gave a report and urged voters to support the revenue amendment in the coming election. Mrs. Norman L. Dorsey, Moro, chairman of the farm bureau Extra Large Size? PONCA CITY, Okla., <P — A suit hanging in a clothing store window here was almost too wooly. The sign on the suit said: "95 per cent wool, 10 per cent dacron." THERE ARE, 3 THINGS You Must Know— WHERE? WHEN? HOW? C«pyri|fcUA.r.tC*.,WI AT JACOBY'S BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY "Fofhionfold card tables and chairs Smartest set in town ... so sturdy it can be used 41 a dinette set. Chairs have contour- curved backs and comfort-cushioned, saddle- shaped seats! Baked-on enamel finish. Duran plastic upholstery and table top. TABLE $1485 CHAINS $Q95 AS SHOWN 11 EACH 0 Quality florae Furnishings Since 18S3 JACOBY'S Free Customer Perking ot Rear of Store 627433 iasr Broadway Alton, Illinois the meeting were: Alhambra— Elmer Gaertner; Chouteat — Charles C. 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