Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1958 · Page 13
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Section 2 Pages 13*24 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Classified, Sports, Amusements Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1958. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press Upper Alton News Events TO LRAVE ttttJttSDAY FOR CLAREMORE, OKLA. Mr. and Mrs. William Dunston and children, Danny and Debbie of 3406 Bloomer Dr., will leave early Thursday morning for Claremore, Okla. While there they will be guests of Mr. Dunstan's father, Walter LOCAL Dunston. They plan to return to Alton next week. ALLEtf CHAPEL YOUTH AT TR1-D1STR1CT CAMP Six young people from Allen Chapel left Tuesday morning for East Gay Camp on Lake Bloomington, Bloomington, III. They were accompanied by Wieir pastor, the Rev. John W. Wright, to the Tri-Distrlct Youth Camp of the Illinois Annual Conference 1 , which is being held this week. Those going were Barbara Johnson, Frederick Miller, James Killion HI, Norma Gowens, John Gill, and Thomas Wilson. They will return Saturday. LIST EVENTS AT BROWN ST. BAPTIST The Rev. Howard K. Miller's subject for tonight^ midweek service will be "Dead Faith or Living Faith." Service begins at 7:30. PATRIOTIC CELEBRATION AT ALTON STATE HOSPITAL A picnic supper will be held Thursday at Alton State Hospital to begin patriotic ceremonies. Preceding the supper a concept will be given by the Benld Municipal Band. Friday the Rev. William Wolt er will bring the welcoming address after which refreshments will be served and special entertainment, including « trampoline act by the Springfield Play- .ground and Recreation Commission, will be provided. Community groups and mem- C *FINAL 2 DAYS Open Thuri. Till • P.M. SALE of Women's SHOES First Pair 1.99 Second Ic Both $3 WESTERN SHOE STORES •04-06 E. Broadway bers of the Volunteer Services Program will cooperate with employes in conducting the traditional July 4 celebrations for the 48,000 patients and residents ol Illinois mental hospitals and schools, according to Dr. Otto L. Bettag, state welfare director. VACATION IN NORTH Mrs. Edna Fowler and son Marshall, 3020 Mayfleld, and Mrs, Matthew Gormley and children, Jerry and Jane of 201 Michigan returned recently from an eight-day trip through Michigan and Wisconsin. They were accompanied to Detroit by Mrs. Gormley's mother, Mrs. Mathilda Mell of Farmington, Mo. In Detroit they were guests of Mrs. Gormley's brother, Ray Mell, and other relatives. While gone they crossed the new MacWrac Bridge at t h e Straits, just after its dedication on June 26. This .bridge, which was opened to traffic in November of 1957, is reputed to be the world's largest suspension bridge. BIBLE SCHOOL PROGRAM AT TABERNACLE BAPTIST Tabernacle Baptist Church will hold its vacation Bible school program Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Songs, memory work, and dialogues about worship will be pre sented by each department. The theme of the school was "We Worship the Lord." Sessions were held each morn ing from June 23 through Thursday with an average attendance of 87. Fifty-four youngsters had perfect attendance. Mrs. Marcella Crawford is superintendent of the school, and Mrs. Hester Hodge and Mrs. James Washington, are pianists. Department .heads are Mrs. Rose Redditt, and Mrs. Hodge. In charge of refreshments are Mrs. Ethel Scott, and Mrs. Josie Dell Bea. 'SKID ROW" FILM TO BE SHOWN HERE "The Street," a Skid Row documentary film in sound and color, will be shown at the Edwards Street Assembly of God Church, Thursday at 7:30 p.m., by the Rev. Walter Lascelle of Seattle, Wash. "If God cared about people there wouldn't be any skid row." This is the indictment, voiced by a bitter young alcoholic, that TODD CLEANERS 1718 Washington Ave. WILL BE CLOSED WEEK OF JULY 6th to 12th VACATIONS "The Street" answer*. The 35 minute documentary film is has ed upon actual case history, and filmed in authentic skid row Ic- cations. The Rev. Lascelle, who is substituting for the pastor while he is oft vacation, also has exper ienced the life of a chronic alcoholic which finally led him t Chicago's Skid Row. Since hi conversion he has been an evan gelist, with headquarters in Seat tie. W. F. LINDLEVS RETURN FROM WEST Mr. and Mrs. W., F. Lindlej of 2623 Humbert St., returned Tuesday evening from a ten-daj vacation through the West. They spent June 28, their 42nd wedding anniversary, with the Rev. and Mrs. Charles McMani in Lead, S. D. The Rev. McMani married the Lindleys, June 28 1916, In the College Avenue Pres byterian Church. He has since re tired from the ministry. Thej were Alton residents for 'abou nine years. They sent greeting to all their Alton friends. On their return trip the Lind leys stopped to visit friends in Iota, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Willarc Gerhardt. They met the Ger hardts two yean ago in Ala bama. Both parties were travel ing and had stopped for the nigh at the same motel. They also visited Mr. and Mrs John Skinner in Hamilton, 111 Mr. Skinner taught Mr. and Mrs Lindley when they were in high school. CUB PACK 17 HAS SKATING PARTY < Cub Pack 17, which is sponsor ed by Thomas Jefferson PTA, recently held a family skating party at Playmor Skating Rink. Some 58 cubs and parents at tended. One new member, Steven Hanson, was taken into the pack The next summer activity wil be attending a night basebal game in St. Louis, July 26. TWO TRAFFIC MISHAPS REPORTED TO POLICE First of two traffic mishaps reported to the police Tuesday was a collision at Washington and !ollege intersection between two passenger vehicles. One was a sedan driven by Ralph G. Osborne of 2625 Bostwick St., an accountant and the other was a c oa c h driven by James E Breeden of 630 Trube St., an in dustrial foreman. According to the report, a mai (truck was moving from a park ing stall and Osborne stopped to allow it to proceed. Breeden, al note Osborne had stopped ahead so watching the truck, failed to of him. Osborne's car incurre( rear fender damage, Breeden's coach met damage about the right front and was moved by a towing service to a garage. News of A rea Men In Armed Forces AIR FORCE MAJ. JAMES G BRIDWELL, whose wife, Maxine, lives at 615 Sering Ave., recently was graduated from the Army Information School, Fort Slocum, N. Y. Maj. Bridwell received ten weeks of training in news writing, press photography and radio and television techniques. Bridwell entered the Air Torce in 1941 and holds the Distinguished Flying Cross with two Oak Leaf Clusters. Son of Mrs Beatrice I. Smith, 1411 Troy Rd Edwardsville, he is a 1937 graduate of Marion Township High School and a 1957 graduate of Southern Illinois University. Army PFC JOHN R. CAHOON son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Cahoon 242 S. Ninth, Wood River, recent- y spent a leave in Brussels where he visited the World's In Rome, socalled "city of crazy drivers," 283 people were killed and 20,478 injured by cars last year. CAN YOU USE '35 EXTRA INCOME? irks It may surprise you that nearly one out of three Citizens savers earned $35 or more on funds placed with us during the past twelve months! At our current rate, savers now receive $35 earnings on each $1000 of savings — a $70 return on $2000 — a handsome $175 profit on $5000! funds Received on or Before July 10(h Earn horn July Istl * * * Savings always worth par- Safety Insured to $10,000 by FSLIC. M t M b I M V l INSUHIU . Front Deer T«ll«r't Window— Fret Front Door Parking CITIZENS SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION 325 Smith Ave. Dial 4*314? left Alton 9 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday Thru Thursday. 9 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Fridays— Closed Saturday* NO HARD FEELINGS Defense Secretary Neil McElroy (right), and Sen. Richard Russell, chairman of the Senate armed services committee, have a friendly chat prior to McElroy's appearance before the committee in Washington. Recently, Russell abruptly suspended military testimony after McElroy criticized testimony by Adm. Arleigh Burk, Chief of Naval Operations. In his testimony, McElroy admitted that the defense department has produced too many missiles "in a way that was wasteful of the taxpayers' money." (NEA Photo.) 23 Area Students Win Teacher Scholarships Fair. Cahoon, a personnel manager specialist in Headquarters Detachment of the 15th Quartermaster Ba5 Battalion in Mann- O f heim, Germany, entered the Army in May 1957 and received bas- c training at Fort Carson, Colo He was stationed at Fort Ord Calif., before arriving in Europe ast October. The 23-year-o 1 d soldier was employed .by S. G Adams Metalware, St. Louis, Mo before entering the Army. A 1952 graduate of Wood River High School, Cahoon attended South- jrn Illinois University. He is a member of Alpha Phi Omega fraternity. SP4 RICHARD H. GUBSER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Gubser, 108 N. Liberty, Jerseyville, recently attended a five- day religious retreat at the Army's. Far East retreat site near Seoul. Protestant, Catholic and 'ewish chaplains alternate planning the program of lectures, conferences and services. Spc. ubser is a member of the 8th Artillery's Headquarters Battery. le entered the army in June 956 and was last stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 21•ear-old golider is a 1954 graduate of Jersey Community High School. He attended Blackburn University, Carlinville. LOCKBOURNE AFB, OHIO- CLYDE W. BOWERS JR., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Bowers Sr., 2310 State, is attending the Air Force ROTC summer train- ng unit at Lockbourne Air Force Jase, Ohio. Cadet Bowers, who completed his junior year in ad< anced AFROTC, is attending a 4-week summer training period as part of his Reserve officer training at college. While at sum mer training, Cadet Bowers ob- erves the Air Force in action ind participates in many of the Air Force operation. Following ;raduation at Bradley University, >e will be eligible for appointment as a second lieutenant in he Air force Reserve. President Chang Kai-shek has aid again, in Taipeh, that an alack against the Communists on he Chinese mainland is "last ap- (reaching." EDWARDSVILLE — Names of the 56 winners of teacher education scholarships in Madison County for 1958 were announced today by County Supt. of Schools George T. Wilkins. A presentation ceremony, open to the public, is scheduled for 7:30,p.m. at Edwardsville Senior High School.' The scholarship winners, from public and parochial high schools over the county, may attend one of the five state teachers colleges in Illinois, including South- em Illinois University and its East St. Louis and Alton Attendance Centers. The tuition scholarships cover a four-year period. Winners from the area listed were: Alton High School graduates- Margaret Ann Rolla, Robert Paul Allen, Rebecca Sue Parkins and Judith Ann Franklin, all of Alton, and Adele Jane Burns, Godfrey. East Alton-Wood River High School graduates — Larry Ellis and James Mennerick, both ol Wood River, and Ruby Ballentine and Sandra Renshaw, East Alton Roxana High graduates—Anita Anglin and Shirley Mitchell, both Roxana, and Sylvia Gebelein South Roxana. Edwardsville High School — Betty Michel, Donna Davis, Dale Haywood, Janet Wehmeyer and Sharon Webb. Bethalto High School — Glen Thompson, Charles Bryan, Linda Sharp and David McGaughey. Worden — Vicki Blume and Shirley Hollands worth. Trapshoot Set Friday EDWARDSVILLE — From 40 to 50 trapshooters are expected to participate in the 100-target program at Edwardsville Gun Club's monthly handicap shoot scheduled for 1 p.m. (DST) Friday, July 4, at the club grounds. The club is slating a 200-registered target shoot for Sunday, July 27, as a "warm-up" for the "Grand American" trapshoot. North Alton News PRESBYTERIAN YOUTH AT PERE MARQUETTE Six members of Elm Street Presbyterian Jr. High Westmins- :er Fellowship are attending the annual Presbyterian-sponsored camp at Pere Marquette State Park this week. Those attending are Roger Haynes,. Richard Eccles, Roger Duncan, Becky Freeland, Kay Darr, and Franeine Munson. Accompanying the young people \ver<> ;heir pastor, the Rev. William Kim- brougn, who is acting as camp counselor, and Rex Cress, junior life guard. They will return Saturday. LADY BUGS TO MEET AT V.F.W. CENTER The Military Order of Lady Bugs will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. in the VFW Memorial Center on West Delmar. PRE-TEENERS MEET SECOND TIMK Second meeting of the Curran Homes Pre-Teen Club was held Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the office of the Curran Homes project. The following officers were elect' ed: president, Alvis Davis; vice president, Annette Bazzell; secretary, Carla McCord; treasurer, Martha Via; and sgts. at arms, Donald, McCord and Ronnie Springman. Mrs. Roscoe Shumway is senior leader and Miss Betty Via is junior leader. Chaperones were Mrs. Marion Breitweiser and Mrs. Louise McCord. Next meeting will be held July 9. GARMENTS TAKEN FROM TRY FINER CLEANERS Only some garments owned by the proprietor, Ervin J. Vogelsang Sr., of Brighton, were found missing in the immediate investigation of a burglary at Try Finer Cleaners, 2501 State St., which was discovered by pa- troling policemen at 3:45 a.m. today. A cash register on the counter had been moved a short distance, but had been left unopened, police learned. In checking the establishment, after being called from his home, Mr. Vogelsang told police that only a freshly- cleaned summer suit, a jacket, and a pair of trousers—his own garments—appeared to be missing. They had been hung up in a hallway. The break-in was discovered by policemen who observed a rear door of the business place was ajar. Leaving the police car to investigate, they found glass in the door had been broken so that the door could'be unbarred. The policemen notified the Vogelsang home, then awaited Mr. Vogelsang's arrival to continue their investigation. A spot of blood was found, indicating the intruder may have incurred a cut when the glass door pane was broken out. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" A 110-year-old church at Bally- conneely, Eire, has been torn down to be replaced by a parish hall. All the solid materials will be re-used in the hall. When somebody opened the gate of the pound in Auckland, New Zealand, two dogs stayed in. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" YOU! |if IHv thli ed for fr*o trie) end et co* vinctd. ALFRAN9 SLENDERIZING SILON Telephone <>»I8» •UH C. Broadway SPECIAL NOTICE! 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