Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 31, 1956 · Page 13
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Upper Alton Mews Events Have &««•* or Want to (Hint? Ptftine S-8MS MAIN BAPTIST f O HAVE HALtA)WEEN PARTY A Halloween party will be held tin the parking lot of the Main Street Baptist Church tonight following the downtown parade. All children in the neighborhood are invited. Prizes for adult end children costumes will be awarded, but it is not necessary to come masked. Prizes will be for the funniest and prettiest costumes. Refreshments including a wiener and marshmallow roast will be one of the features of the evening. WOMEN VOTERS TO »IERT THURSDAY Upper Alton Unit of the League of Women Voters will meet at the home of Mrs. August Hurshey, 3025 Leverett Ave., Thursday, 1:13 p.m. Mrs. Tom Shift and Mrs. Charles Luft will be hostesses. Program will be entitled, "Voting and Election Procedures," and in charge of Mrs. A. L. Lindlad. P.AYLOR EDUCATOR TO BE AT UA BAPTIST TOMC.HT Dr. Leonard Duce, dean of the graduate school of Baylor University, will be guest speaker at the 7:30 p.m. midweek service Wednesday at Upper Alton Baptist Church. The Waco, Tex., educator is on the Shurtleff College campus this week as a guest during the college's Religious Emphasis Week. HALLOWKEN PRANKS KPN TO EGG TOSSING Halloween pranksters were out in some force Tuesday night and succeeded in causing a scramble among victims and authorities to apprehend them. The scramble was apt because, for the most part, the pranksters used eftgs to express the seasonal spirit. Wendell Sitze, 2736 Salu St., reported his automobile, parked in front of his home, was splattered with eggs. They were scrambled against the seat and heater. A woman, who wished to remain anonymous even to police, reported that her car had been pelted with eggs as she drove in the 2600-hlock of Salu. N. A. Windsor, 1824 Main St., reported that eggs were tossed against an upstairs window and on the front porch. Only deviation from this high- priced vandalism was the finding by polici of a street sign which appaiently had been removed from Washington avenue at Donald where it marked the curve. The sign was found in the 1200-biock of Washington. REPORTS INDECENT EXPOSURE INCIDENT A mother residing on Main street reported to police an incident of indecent exposure with her 15-year-old daughter as the victim. The gi'-l reported that the driver pulled a car onto the crosswalk at Benbow and Washington avenues Tuesday afternoon and opened the car door. The act followed. The girl attempted to get a license number but only got a few digits. Police have a description of the car and are seeking it. OMAR THE MAP MAKER SENDS COPS A-F1 YIN«J A precise resident sent a map to the police department which he thought the best way to report the crime of the abandoned refrigerator. The carefully drawn map showed the area of the College avenue rail station and north. There were exact, dots showing the path which the police should take to find the refrigerator. The reason this fellow was disturbed was that the refrigerator still had the doors intact. This is a violation of an ordinance which was drawn to prevent children from locking them- snrlves inside the things. The map maker placed the offending appliance as being behind a shed in the rear of a house. Without a ruffle to their dignity the police *ook the map and tracked down the spot which everybody assumes was marked by "X." There was no refrigerator. It is likely that the people who* owned the thing had it carted away. It would get anybody su- spicious to see a man standing in the alley drawing a detailed map. It is a wonder half the neighborhood, not knowing what was Up, -"'dn't leave town until the heat was off. UA HISTORIANS UP TO BAT FOR GRID GAME The unofficial Upper Alton Historical Society hacn't had a tidbit to chew on for several months sr> this item about the football gamp of 60 years ago should cause an opening of sleepy eyes. A clipping from a Springfield paper name li.to the office the other day carrying a reprint of a game between the Springfield YMCA and "Shurtlefl College of Upper Alton" on Oct. 17. 18%. Shurtletf lost 4-0, which, It is assumed, meant the YMCA scored one touchdown. That would be of little importance to the historians. What would be, though, is a list, of names of Alton and Upper Alton people who saw the game played at Springfield. They included: Misses Phoebe Holden.Louise Pratt, Nora Breiter, Anna Goodman, Lilly Coulter, Louise -.vempen, Gay Day, Eunice Major, Lola Brasher and Birdie Duncan. Dr. H. E. Lemen of Upper Alton al=o was there to cheer the boys on. That's enough to get the historical society checking and comparing notes. In e few days it will be learned that Miss So- And-So could not have been at the game because it seems that was the day she attended a sewing bee at the Main Street Methodist Church. But, if that isn't enough to get things going, here is the lineup of the Shurtleff team for the game: N. L. Duke, center; E. Barnes, right guard; L. A. Starkweather, left guard; II. Pelefesh, right tackle; D. C. Pogue, left tackle: C. C. Dbcon, end; A. J. Hoag, end; U. H. Jones, halfback; C. C. Lawton, halfback; C. Swain, fullback; and L. Taylor, quarterback arid captain. That will never get through without raising issues. Starkweather, for instance, was really the right guard. The histor- ians may contend that nobody named Pelefesh ever played for Shurtleff before World War I. There might have been one who played after the war, because it «:eems there was a fire in a house icar the college. They will be sure a student: named Pele- fesh carried three buckets of water to douse the blaze before he eollnpsrd from the cold, it was five degrees lielow zero that morning and it had snowed from 7 a.m. until noon with a vigorous wind blowing out of the northwest to make things further unbearable. Go to it. RESIDENT ATTENDS CHICAGO MEETING Mrs. Jpanne Mac-Duff, 3100 Leveret! AVP., attended the National Home Demonstration Aeents Association a t Hotel Sherman in Chicago. The program included conferences, meeting*, committee discussions and other events in the four-day schedule. STATE PATIENTS HAVE HALLOWEEN CELEBRATION Patients had a Halloween parade Tuesday afternoon at Alton State Hospital and the holiday observance was capped with dance, grand inarch, awarding of prizes and refreshments in the evening. The parade toured the exten- «ive hospital grounds and some !11 floats drawn by tractors were Photo Christmas Cards ORDER YOURS NOW! NO ORDERS ACCEPTED AFTER NOVEMBER 15th All Christmas Card* Must Bear Our Photographs—Com* in Todayl Photography by Gravemann 911 MILTON ROAD ALTON Phone 2-2267 machine. We "5 '° Jure $2495 or rV° *° T • no 6U ch ante*]? JllacWl »* at the fpHture, along with the hospital drum corps. Floats were made by the patients and employes of the Recreation and Occupational Therapy Department. Included were the following: Golden Age Club, Hill Top Press Club, Four and Twenty Blackbirds. Chinese Street Scone, Mother Goose. Wedding Party, Pirate Ship. Spruce Space Men, Old Time Box Social and Farm Scene. Dr. Abraham Simon, superintendent, opened the evening festivities with a talk welcoming everybody. Dancing was in the recreational hall, where the Monday. He is survived by his widow and a grown daughter and son and his mother, Mrs. Lillian Hendley, of Kinmundy, besides grandchildren and brothers and sisters. Nine brothers of Mr. Headley were at the funeral and one of two sisters. He had worked in an automobile plant in Michigan for 30 years but was born in Kinmundy. Other relatives from this area who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dickerson, P23 Wnllfiff! St.; Mr. and Mrs Elston Doolen and Gene Doolen of Rosewood Heights. t.rpPER ALTON BLOOD BANK LEADER HAS MEETINO Mrs. Barney Lewis, 3027 Edwards St., Upper Alton Blood Bank chairman, met with members of the Clara Barton School Mothers Club, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lewis is contacting school organizations in the Upper Alton area to recruit donors for the blood bank. The bloodmobile will be at Franklin Masonic Temple, Tuesday, Nov. 13. Fred Wendt, recruit chairman from the Red Cross, also was at the meeting to assist In outlining plans for the campaign. Last week Mrs. Lewis met with members of the Milton School Mothers Club. Anyone who wishes to assist in recruitment or who wishes to donate blood may contact the Red Cross or Mrs. Lewis. 3 CARS IX ACCIDENT AT BROADWAY AND MAIN Three cars were damaged in an accident today at Broadway and Main streets Drivers were listed by police as Maurice F. Griesbaum. R-t. 1 Brighton; James A. Tittle, 61TA Washington Ave., and Joseph L. Peters, 421 E. 10th St. Police were told that Griesbaum's car was making a left turn into Broadway from Main and the other two cars were abreast traveling east on Broad grand march and prize award-' way when the accident happening also was held. MARK HEADLEY'S BROTHER DIES IN LANSING, MICIl. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Headley, 2304 Judson Ave., have returned from Lansing, Mich., where they attended the funeral of his brother. Cecil Headley, 57, died the ed. Tittle's car was damaged about the right and left front after it was wedged between the other two cars, police reported. TERRY BARTON HURT IN GRID PRACTICE Terry Barton, 13, received a fracture of the shoulder in foot- past Friday and was buried j ball practice Tuesday afternoon hv % face*Iiever felt", i x t >f ^ 4 | ' .> ' so ^j^B* j ! MY skin never looked] „ ^ X so clear H Your skin is 5 layers deep* and reaches all 5 cell-layers Here's the FIRST cleansing method that reaches all fine of tlie skint cell-layeri. Soaps and creams clean only the top cell-layer. Kevlon's new 'Clean and Clear'- the. deep, deep cleansing liquid-w milder than cream, but greusele^s! SKE how dirt, heavy makeup, even indelible lipstick are softened, then lifted out, leaving your skin "lowing, dewy-{re»b as M.VEK before! Try it tonight! 1.25 plus tax. Kevlon's new deep, deep cleansing liquid! We Give and Redeem EAGLE STAMPS ixtre Savingi 141 r|{e Selection of Cosint'tit'* Ritffct KesmrveU to Uniit at East Junior High School. The boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barton, 2340 Edwards St., was trealor at Alton Memorial Hospital and dismissed. His condition is satisfactory. He was expected to have the arm and shoulder in a support lor six weeks. In one oi.her accident: Jan Elizabeth Laux, 4, of 1425 Hodgers Ave., was treated al Alton Memorial Hospital for cuts of the face after falling off a porch Tuesday. Her condition is satisfactory. BROWNIK TROOI' 105 HAS IIAIJXMVKF.N PARTY Brownie Troop 105 had a Halloween party Tuesday evening at the home of the leader, Mrs. Ruby Bland. 2517 Humbert St. Games were played and refreshments were served. Those attending were: Diana Bruce, E>-a A'ae Phillips, Fudie Mae Clifton, Ruth Ann Bruce, Gloria Jean Phillips, Alicia Crabb, Barbara Jean Williams. Nettie Jo Halliburton, Barbara Ann Taylor. Phyllis Williams, Charles Bruce, Jo Ann Shorter. Karen Ann Woodhury, Barbara Ann Soprano, Mary Louise Weeden, Lavom Brown. RIXOX ST. RESIDENT UNDEHOOKS SUKGERY Mrs. Alice Campbell, 917 Rixon St., is in Alton Memorial Hospital where she underwent major abdominal surgery Tuesday. She entered Monday but it is iiot known when she will be discharged. Her condition is satisfactory. In other cases: Mrs. Mary F. Baker, 2802 Fernwood Ave., is in Wood River Township H.j;;pita; after suffering a heart, attack, a member of the family said. She entered Monday and she was reported to be resting comfortably. The family members said this was the most severe of several attacks which the 60- year-old woman has had. It is not known when she will be discharged. Harry G. Miller, 2447 Seminar}' St., is in Alton Memorial ' Hospital after becoming ill at work Monday. The Owens Illinois employe was rushed to Alton Memorial Hospital after suffering pain of the chest, i member of the family said. His condition is satisfactory and nothing appears to be seriously wrong, the family member said. He is expected to be discharged this week. Todd, 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Friedman, 1605 Jersey St., was discharged Tuesday from Alton Memorial Hospital where he was treated for pneumonia. He entered Saturday. His con- On Nov. 15 Wood RiverStudents to Enter Voice Of Democracy Contest WOOD RTVEFl - Students of the Ea.-,t Alton-Wood River High Sfhool will have another opportunity this ypnr to take pnrt in the Junior Chamber of Commerce National Voice of Democracy contest. John Meliott, local contest chairman, announced that school contests are scheduled for Nov. 15 and the community final will be held the following week. Winners uf the local high school contest will receive a certificate. A personally engraved plaque will go 10 the winner of the community contest between Civic Memorial, Roxana, and Wood River. The winner of the three school contents will have his winnig speech recorded and sent to the state contest. Attending Conference WOOD RIVER—Wallace Stevenson, director of industrial education and supervisor of aduit education at. East AJton-Wood River H'gh School, is attending ; a three day conference at Ali lerton Park. j The conference and work shop i is sponsored by the Department j of public instruction for super- i visors of industrial education. dition is good LIST TOPIC AT ST. MARK'S Bible lessen will be, "Paul, i His Later Work and Last Days," at the 7:30 service tonight at St. Mark's Methodist Church. Commissioi, on stewardship and finance will meet at 8:30 tonight. The Rom*, Italy, zoo ha* * new attraction — two bouncing black panther cubs. These animals are rarely bom in captivity. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK 1 '' The U. S. Census Bui-eau expects there wiil be 25 million more Americans in I960 thar there were in 1950. Read Telegraph Wont Ada Dnlly AGAIN WE HAVE ROSES 75e Ddten and Up Rexroat Flower Market 2601 E. Bdwj. 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