Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1958 · Page 7
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SATURDAY, JULV 5,1958 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOSSSVSN Born tot MISS AAERNATHY To Be Wed This Month Mr. and Mrs. Milford Abernathy of 229 S. Pence St., East Alton, aro announcing (he approaching marriage of their daughter, Ann, 1o Kenneth E. Kessinger, son of Mr, and Mrs. Kennith Kessinger of South Roxana, , The wedding will take place July 16 in a 6:30 o'clock ceremony in the bride's parental residence. The Rev. Raymond While, pastor of the First General Baptist Church, Rosewood Heights, will officiate. The bride-elect attended East Aton-Wood River Community High School, and her fiance WHS graduated from Roxnna High School. The prospective groom Is employed -by McDonnell Aircraft Corp. Personals John K. Morgan, brother of Mrs. Harold Hewitt of 406 Prospect, St., is a patient in Memorial Hospital in Sarasota, Fla., where he is undergoing treatment for virus pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinkle of 909 E. Rosedale Dr., East v Alton, and Mrs. Verdell Cato of Cottage Hills, left Friday evening for Advance Mo., 1o attend the funeral of Mrs. Hinkle's and Mrs. Calo's aunt, Mrs. Lcttie Cunningham. • Mrs. Peter Fuchs Sr. of 1120 Bert Ave. is at home after being a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital where she underwent treatment for a leg injury. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Spragye and children of Rosewood Heights, and Mrs. Sprague's mother, Mrs. Frank Kolzer of Wood River, will leave next week for a three-week va cation tour of the South. En route they will visit with Mr. Sprague's brother, Russell Sprague, and family. _ Mi*s Martha Lemastus, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Lemastus o£ 506 E. Third St., left Friday by plane for Phoenix, Ariz., with her grandmother, Mrs. Henry Essek, to be with Mrs. Essek's daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Keller, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Hallie Hatfield and daughter, Ilene, of East Alton will leave by plane tonight for a 10-day tour of Mexico. Wilfred S. Kinzel arrived here Friday, flying from Memphis, for a holiday weekend visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, V.. Kinzel of 721 East Fifth St. His mother has been ailing for some months. Wilfred Kinzel is manager for City Insurance Co. at Memphis. Mt. ftfHl Mtft. teart Oo*. 318 Goulding St., East Alton, a daughter, Corinte Lynn, * I x pounds *nd two ounces, 9:40 p.m., Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. nnrl Mr*. Robert SMIdeN, •Ht. 1, Godfrey, a son, Patrick Joseph, nine pounds and one ounce, 1:26 a.m., today,' Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Beverly SUP, 4, Debra Lynn, 3. and Lottie Irene, 21 months old. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry WeJK 3417 Oakwood Ave . n daughter. Sarah Elizabeth, seven pounds and six ounces, 4:10 p.m., Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital Elder children,, Harry Robert, 3, and Delores, 6. Mr. and Mrs. Ciixlend t>rrcll, 1117 Putnam -St.. a son, s I x pounds and nine ounces, 5:40 a.m., Friday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. nnil Mrs. Gordon Ruben- (Meln, 344 tlry St., a daughter, six pounds and three. ounces, 4:27 a.m., Thursday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Os>hind, 533 Vine St., Bethalto, a daughter, seven pounds and one ounce, 11:51 p.m. Thursday, Wood River Township Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Linder of Bethalto are the maternal grandparents and Mrs. Theodore Oseland of Alton, the paternal grandmother. Miss Plumlee is Bride Of David Perdun Todav in Otterville Miss Neva Jean Plumlee ot Otterville and David Lee Perdun of the Fieldon vicinity were married at. 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Baptist Church in' Otterville. The bride, who was graduated in June from the Jersey Community High School had a former classmate, Miss Edith Price of Dow as maid of honor, and Wayne Perdun served as best man for his brother. Mrs. Lorair.e Chappell of Jerseyville was organist for the nuptials and accompanied Miss Sue McCiary of Godfrey who sane. Miss Plumlee is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Crop- pel of Otterville and Mr. Perdun is the son of Mrs. Arthur Perdun of the Fieldon vicinity and the late Mr. Perdun. tinner Alton News Registration ALLRft CttAm fO WAV*! ANNtlAl, tfttWf fcfc HAM* the annual trustee rally will b«! held nt Allen Chapel A.M.E.j- fi?j ~,,f „ Church, Sunday at the 11 a.m. Via* IS service. The Rev. J. W. Wrignt 0 f*T will have a special rally day mes-i/fl* SIU sage. The trustees have purchased the Advance registration lot adjacent to the church and funds are being raised to pay for it. Rally captains are W. B. Lewis, Ernest Jackson, Abe Hickman, Millard Johnson and George Weston. Vesper services are Sunday evening at 7. I<ot'AL BOY W THKATRK AT AUGUSTA, MICHIGAN Donald Gilleland, son of Josephine Gillelarid, 2733 held each Mrs. Abcr- quarter classes begins for fall Monday, July 7. at Southern ""nois University's residence center? in Alton and East St. Louis. Open to those enrolling for either day or evening classes,'this marks the first advance registration period being held for new fal quarter students. Registrars' offices at 5901 State Street, East St. I^uis and J2809 College Avenue, Alton will be open from July 7 to Aug. 1 and Aug. 11 to 22, daily, from 9 to 3 p.m.. Monday through Friday. at "The Barn Theatre." a sum-l The A "°" Center wi » also rp i mer stock group in Augusta. Mich.|istcr the evenings of July 7 and He first became interested in n w |8. fw>rn 6:30-8:30 p.m. Evening registration dates for decn, and a junior at SIU, in Car- tyonclale, is spending the Slimmer the theater while in the Navy. where lie was a member of thei Spot Light Theatre, a group O fj" nrwut1 '' p(1 lat ^ r in 1 ho ^summer Navy p\ayers. At SIU Gilleland is majoring in drama, and is a member of "The F.«M SI. Louis Center will be according to Dr. John Schnabel. associate roeistrar. Advance registrations are nuv ui ni tin t CUM* 1*5 « jin-i*i"»«-i «• -...— Southern Players." He is also a «'"* ronsidornthly ahead of estimates, ,and classes in certain departments such as chemistry, speech, and zoology have already ha' 1 to he closed, Schnabel said, but since this is taking place so far in advance of the beginning of the Fall quarter, there will be time to arrange for other sections to be opened. Godfrey 13-15 «.-' KhoiiryTeamTo •/ PlayTivo Games member of the Alton Little Theatre and played 1hc part of Bob Cratctiitt in "The Christmas Carol." He is currently playing in "Dam Yankees." He has been awarded a scholarship for the ensuing year at SIU and was also awarded for outstanding contributions to the theatre. LIST EVENTS AT i UPPER ALTON BAPTIST Boy Scouts meet -at the church Monday at 7 p.m. • Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. there will bp a meeting ot the building committee, i A potluck supper and quarterly! 2 Office Machines Stolen From Fleming'Kilgo Firm EAST ALTON — Two office machine', valued t $250, were reported missing this morning after a break-in sometime since Thursday evening at the Flem- and Kilgo Construction Co. Ion old St. Louis Road. According to Patrolman Virgil Chandler, who investigated, a the company. Warned to Cut EAST ALTON - Police Chiei Harold Rigging announced today that all people who own proper- jty where weeds are growing wlU be Issued a five-day notice to cut them. He added that many typewriter vauled at $100 and anipeople take pride in their prop- adding machine valued a SISOJerty and have complied With th« were stolen from the office build-jrequesl to keep weeds down, ine. "but there is always a certain Entry to the grounds was made percentage of people who don'i by breaking a 11 c k on a west seem to care about the appear- gate anrl to the building by a™ 1 * "f » llei ' > Property." smashing the glass in a door and Riggjns stated that, if people reaching through and tripping the^o not comply with the order latch, Chandler said. j tney W f]i be prosecuted in accor- The incident was reported atjdance with a city ordinance on 7:50 a.m. by George Gibben of'weed control. BATON TWIRLING CLASS Children from the Unit 8 School District receive instructions on baton twirling from Ramona Vogel, VMCA counselor, as part of the daily summer pro- fram offered by the Civic Memorial MCA on the fiethalto American Legion Park grounds. Twirlcrs are front row left to right: Nancy Randolph, Sandra Pruett, Marsha Snodgrass and Sherry! Dttnscomb. In the back row left to right are Joanne Nannier, left, and Donna Oarrett—Staff Photo. Miss Tttmeron Eden ** W. River Girl Awarded 3 Year Nursing Scholarship EAST ALTON-Miss Tamcron Kden, a June graduate of the Wood River High School, has been awarded a three-year scholarship to the Jewish Hospital School of Nursing of St. Louis. Miss Erlen slated "I really had something to celebrate this Fourth of July as 1 received my notification of (lie scholarship by - Godfrcv's 13-15i mai1 on the GODFREY 'age Khoury team will play two • . • *»i v r.tJi'o *-•*•** '«""••* J i »-i»« >• -T... |-.-, % . business meeting will be held| gamos nexf week at North Jun . Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. A quorum of 50 is needed. Saturday at 7:30 p.m. the E.F.A Class will have a meeting. iior High diamond. On Monday evening at 6 o'clock they will play a make-up The award is a "full scholarship" providing for tuition, uniforms, medical and laboratory fees, books and all other school expenses (or the entire three CHESTERFIELD — Rev. and Mrs. Delbert'Ruberg and daughter, Patty Jo, of Huntington, Ind. have been guests of Rev., and' DOG REPORTED MISSING IN UPPER ALTON AREA An 18-month-old German hard dog, which is believed to be tBen | d but was defeated by Bunk- game with Benld and on Tues- years. Miss Eden will commence day evening will play the unde-j'icr studies Sept. 2. fcated Bunker Hill team also at \ The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 6 o'clock. jJames Eden. 5£t Kent Ave., Shep- ! Godfrey holds a decision over in the Upper Alton area, has been; 01 missing for about three weeks, liisj ^ owner. Don Serge of 534}*. E. 8th St., reported today. The dog, which answers to the name of "Champ." is black and silvery tan. He is wearing a brown collar. THOMAS IjONGUST. iy ST. ANTHONY'S HOSPITAL Thomas Longust of 3644 West- Mrs. Rodney Ruberg and family. Miss Trudy Kay Long, daugh-j ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Long.j is a surgical patient at Memorial Hospital. Mrs. sj^^S'^'r:!---^: and Mrs. Frank Dams. earlier in the season 9 Home Unit To Meet GODFREY—The Godfrey Unit of the Madison County Home Bureau will meet at the .Godfrey Town Hall, Tuesday at 2 p.m. Family Picnic GODFREY—The Women's Fellowship of the Union Melville Congregational Church will hold its annual family picnic Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in the pavilion AUnn'Anthonvs H o s p 11 a 1 Thursday _ . ,, . „ , «itoni . • ,. . *-. , '.at Rock Spring Park, (evening, suffering from a heart. Frand Bode and daugh-! at !? ck- . . . ,. • > He is receiving oxygen, his Mr. and Mrs. Manning Milleri and family of Canada are guests of relatives here. Members of the St. Peter's Episcopal Guild Society were entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Miss Ethel Dough- oxygen. 3 is in 'satisfactory condition, but it is not known when he will be discharged. FIRECRACKER DISTURBANCE Of UPPER ALTON AREA Responding at 11:15 p.m. Thursday to a complaint by a resident in the 2600-block of Main Each person is asked to bring table service to th,e potluck picnic. Buddy Davis Re-Elected Head Of Steehvorkers Members of Local 3643 United Tammy earned a high scholastic average in high school and was a member of the Honor Society, Big Sisters, Girls Athletic Association and president of the Future Nurses of America. During her four year enrollment at high school, she worked She likes all popular music, she stated and is a "Rock and Roll" fan. This summer she is baby sitting for neighbors and is planinng a vacation trip to Kansas where she in the office of Miss Velora Buscher, Dean of Girls. | Dancing and listening to music Gardner at Lindsborg. Road Project Completed At W. River WOOD RIVER — The job of re-working two main city streets for approximately 20.000 square yards was completed .Thursday by the Universal Road Planing Corp., Cincinnati, Ohio. City Manager Kraft said today. During the operation, the heater-planer unit of the company shaved off the high spots on Ferguson avenue between Halter and Second street and on Madison avenue between Sixth street and Old St. Louis road to make a more level surface. The project was performed at an approximate cost of $6,500 or; .'50 to 34 cents per square yard, depending on the sections worked. Rnbekah* tp Meet WOOD RIVER — The Thompson Rebekah Lodge will meet at 8 p.m. Monday for a regular business session at the Odd Fellows Hall. will visit her sister, Mrs. Roy are Tarnmy's favorite pastimes. James R. Eden, her older brother and his family is expectr ed home from Atlantic City, N. J. for a visit later this month. JERSEY COUNTY FAIR JULY 7-8-9-10-11-12 Lodges Mr and Mrs J F Talkineton 18 '^ 61 Wh ° Said firework « noise lsteeKvorker.s of America cast a, « «, ,„/„ ^^W^T^S^SJ^I-^.r^.-r-.r. 11 -* to Mercer, Avis. Rev. Paul Parker of New York: has been the guest of his grandfather, Arthur Hall and wife. Miss Mary Wills of Carlinville HARNESS RACING JULY 10-11-12 - AFTERNOONS Alton Circle 126 of the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic will have a social meeting Monday noon at the home of Mrs. John Kinter, 2508 Tibbett St. visited this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ornellas and daughter, Carol Ann. Practically all U. S. public waterways, including canals, are maintained today by U.S. Army Engineers. . youth shooting firecrack. ers was responsible. Driving past the complainant' home, policemen heard the fii<e themselves and followed th< DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK sound to Salu Park. There a boy seated on a picnic table, wa shooting firecrackers. As polici neared, he tossed away a hand ful, still unfired.' The boy was taken home tc his father, a resident in thi north end of Upper Alton, wh< was instructed to have him ir court. Friday forneon, to finisl his celebration. A minor fine \Vaf I imposed on the boy's guilty plea the police record shows. The first laboratory for instruc lltion ip shaped diamond tool tech nology was established at Illinois ^Institute of Technology in 1956. OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY BROADWAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET cent election of local union officers. Due to the co-operation of management at Laclede Steel the members of the union were able to vote at the entrance to the plant, the local announced today, A total of 1556 votes was cast to elect the officers and grievance committeemen who will represent the employes of Laclede Steel for a tyro'year term. The newly elected officers are: Buddy Davis, re-elected president: George Ladendorff, vice president; Thomas Campbell, recording secretary; C. A. Harris, financial secretary; Charles Rogers, treasurer;. John Betts guard: Lester Moore, guide; William B. Stobbs, Frank Volma, Earl Flure, trustees; Peter Chiolero, George Watson, William Broadway, grievance committeemen. The announcement continued: "The Local Steelworkers Union has been in existence for 13 years and the members and officers proud of the relationship between union and management. There lias never been a strike or lock-out at Laclede since the inception of the Union. "The members of the Steelworkers Union have demonstart- ed their Community spirit in recent years through leadership In the Red d-oss blood drives. Com munity Chest and Red Cross iai(jns and many of the union members serving on civic •nd charity committees. Speaking on behalf of the new..' elected officers Buddy Davis nformed the Telegraph that the "new officers have uledfeed them' selves to' continue this spirit of I'o-operatior and service to the •ommunity In the future." Fourth Meeting Held On Nuclear Inspection GENEVA (AP> - Soviet and Western atomic experts got together today for their fourth meet ,ng on how to detect violations of any nuclear weapons test ban. The secret cession was the.fjrst morning meetly of the confer enc«. Previous teutons had been in the late afternoon. McKinley Rodeo and Wild West Show JULY 748 (A Different Show Each Night) • All Professional Ptrfermtrs — Thty hovt starrtd in Hi* frtat Chtytnn* and Calgary Rodtos A lig Wild Wtst Thrill Show Wed. Nite Only July 9-8:30 P.M. DOUBLE FEATURE SHOW SAT NITE JULY 12th BRENDA LEE Sensational U year old girl ginger featured »tar at Minnesota state loir. HUM made gue«t a(>p«arunc<>« on Ferry Como and Steve Allen TV »how», and many oth. er*. (Replacement for I'm Leg- Batei). JOE SHIRMER •n4 Hta DIXIELAND BAND National Banjo Champion VA9JU BROS. Outstanding Harmonica Player* GENE DEVOE XVurld'n Matter Magician And IlliiklonUt THE THREE "J'f" Featured at the State Fair Convention Thurs. 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