Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1958 · Page 8
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PAGE BIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 5,1958 $65,864 Higher This Year —•*• A. - . Valuation of Property In Jersey Set at $10,703,975 JERSEYVILLE - The total variation of property in Jersey County this year is listed at $10,703.975 on the abstract of assessment compiled in the office of ihe county treasurer from figures filed by the assessors. This is an increase of $65.864 over last year's total of $10,638,111. These figures are subject to revision by the board of review now in session. The increase occurred in all three categories. The valuation of land this year was put at $5.776,825, which is $21,539 above last year's total of ?5,755,286. The total Lot valuation this year is set at $2,831,255, an increase of $13,170 over the total of $2,818,085 for the previous twelve months. Personal property values this year were placed at $2,095,895, showing an increase of $31,155 over last year's total of $2,064,740. In the totals for the various townships the figures are as follows this year. Elsah-$583,285, up from the former total of $565,151. English — $780,095, down from $785,625. Fidelity — $793,150 down from $793,355. Jersey — $4,815,145, up from $4,793,720. Mississippi — $913,965 up from $880,540. Otter Creek — $413,536, down from $418,295. Piasa — $620,445, up from $612,215 Quarry — $516,400, down from $528,015. Richwood — $479,635 up from $477,555. Rosedale — $234,725, up from $226,650. Ruyle —$464,155, up from $557,020. This year's abstract shows 3, 384 passenger autos assessed • $578,635. (4,587 were listed las year); 1,247 trucks, busses am tractors valued at $102,430 (las year there were 1,134); 10,37^ cattle valued at $147,425 (10,583 last year); 11,474 swine valued t $84,460; 3605 horses, mules and other livestock; 2,415 sheep nd goats; Household furnishing •allied at $347.050; office and tore fixtures $19,100; personal •ffects $5,235; machinery and •quipment $344,425; merchandise 91,510; money $10,900; net cred- ts $250; taxable stocks and bonds $145,525; all other person- il property $20,845. Insurance and utilities valuation are as follows: Illinois Pow- r Co., $1,580; Railway Express, 50; Standard Oil Co. $75; Con- mental Oil Co. $40; Western Unon, $1,825; American Telephone jnd Telegraph $52,175; Grafton Telephone Co. $2,580; American Cyn. Co. (formerly 111. Powder Co.) $4,815; Insurance $15,025; lulf Oil Co., $90; Central 111 Public Service Co. $61,070; M J. M. Electric Corp. $9,150; Alton Water Co., $1,825; HI. Be.ll Telephone $15,545; General Telephone Co. of HI. $26,050; Illinois Rura' Electrification $191. Home from University JERSEYVILLE — The Misses Janet Landon and Jackie Ring lausen of Jerseyville and Car ol Mayhall of Chautauqua, have returned from Normal, 111., where they spent a week receiving in structior.8 in cheerleading a1 Normal University. They were sent to the university by the Jersey Community High Schoo where they are cheer leaders. Miss Landon will be a senior this fall at the local high school Miss Ringhausen, a Junior and Miss Mayhall, a sophomore. Mis Helen Corken of.the high schoo faculty accompanied the girls to Normal and was a counselo at the University for a week. Italy's burgeoning sewing ma chine industry now includes 22 firms. REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE BETHAI/TO NATIONAL BANK OF BETHALTO In the State of Illinois, at the close of business on June 23, 1958. Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. Cash, balances with other•_ banks, including reserve balance, and cash items In process of coUection . .! United States Government obligations, direct and 3. 4. 5. 'of' States' and poltical subdvisions. . . Other bonds, notes, and debentures ..... ..... • • • stocks (including $2,700.00 stock of $ 324,226.45 759,562.28 108,250.35 210,726.35 Corporate overdrafts) furniture and liens ?! Bank premises owned $15,046.77, fixtures $15,936.12 • • •• ••• • • (Bank premises owned are subject to not assumed by bank) 8 Real estate owned other than bank premises .... 9. Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate 10. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding 11. Other assets m TOTAL ASSETS ... ............ LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2,700.00 702,873.00 30,982.89 7,171.12 NONE NONE 2,973.93 .$2,149,466.37 $1,035,093.37 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnership* and corporations xV'i'j' 15. Deposits of United States Government (Including postal savings) 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 17. Deposits of banks '\"^"L":'"1'\ 18. Other deposits (certlflted and cashier 1 checks, etc.) 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS .. V' l? 2 ' 018 ,^,! 3 , 20. Bills payable, rediscounts, and other liabilities for borrowed money ,. • • • • • 21. Mortgages or other Hens, None on bank premises •hd f None on other real estate • NONE 22. Acceptances executed by or for .account of this bank and outstanding NONE 23. Other liabilities NONE 411,797.79 33,272.16 - 524,546.20 NONE 14,048.91 NONE .$2,018,758.4 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES ...., ; CAPITALACCOUNTS 25. Capital Stock: . « ft nnnnr (a) Common stock, total par $ $50,000.(X (b) Preferred stock, total par 9 Non«> retirable • value 9 None •• 26. Surplus 27. Undivided profits ..-....., •••••• 88. Reserves (and retirement account tor preferred _ AnAftn . stock) 30.000.0C 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS o 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $2,049,466.3 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes ............................. 247.794.0 I, HAROLD C. FRANCE, Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best o «ny knowledge and belief. Correct— Attest: ROBERT G. KLEIN ) ANDREW B, AUGUSTINE ) Directors LOUIS C. NEUHAUS ) (Seal) State of Illinois, County of Madison, S.S. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 2nd day of July, 1958 and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of th bank. HARRIETT L. CLAUSSEN. Notary Publl My commission expires March 24, 196 Father, Son Injured In Jersey Crash JERS"EYVILLE—Joseph Koenig nd his son, Harold. 15, of near ow, suffered serious injuries in motor vehicle accident Wednes- ay evening when the truck in hich they were riding collided rith a car operated by Herman ray. Gray was driving east on East arpenter street when his vehicle nd the truck driven by Koenig ollided in the vicinity of the Y ear the Peace Evangelical and eformed Church. Koenig had just ompleted the delivery of a load f grain to a local elevator and as en route home when the acei- ent occurred. City police were called to the ccident scene and handled the •affic. Jacoby Brothers ambu- ance was called and removec .Koenig and his son to the Jersey Community Hospital where it was eported Koenig had sustained a kull fracture. Although his car was demolished Iray escaped with minor injuries !e recently received his discharge from the United States Navy and eturned to his home in the Jer- eyville vicinity. A traffic charge was filed here Thursday morning against Gray ly Chief of Police H. H. Blackorby rr. He is charged with a right o way violation. He entered his appearance in justice of the peace court here Thursday morning and ;ave bond for his appearance July U at 10 a.m., 2 Recitals Set This Weekend At Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE—A group of stu- ents of the Ringhausen Studio of iano and Voice will be presented n recitals this weekend. Mrs, Ted infhausen conducts the studio, ssisted by her daughter, Miss ackle Ringhausen, and the pro- rams will be given at the Riii£- ausen homo on South S'ete street. The piano recital will take place 3 p.m. Sunday and those taking] art will be Patty Hanks of ardin; Cathy McClarey, Martha ean Jones, Mary Ellen Grabbe, enny and Linda Heitzig, Shirley "roxford, Janet Lyons, VicM Werer, Norma Ingersol, Lois Isring- ausen, Jimmie, Judy and Nancy ]ope of Jerseyville. The voice recital will be given it 7:30 p.m. Monday. Participants will include, Rebecca Prough, Bob >y and Barbara Varble, of Kane; Patty and Beth Hanks of Hardin; 'eggy Joe Isringhausen, Phyllis and Bernice Goeman and Judy Wheaton of Fieldon; Judy Groppe and Mrs. Donald Pellican of Graf ton; Mary Shanahan of Alton; and Patty Wesley, Shiela Rogers, Susan Holmes, Sandy House, Gary In gersoll, Danny Wleland, Kay Bi ett, Martha Jean Jones, Tedaj, Terry and Judy Ringhausen, Vicki Werner, Norma Ingersoll, Judy Gabbelt and Cindy G'Sell. Leave for Georgia JERSEYVILLE — Dr. a"nd Mrs. R. Lynn Turner, daughter, Mary, and sons, Bill and Jim, who spent 10 days -here with Mrs. Turner's father, R. E. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor, have gone to Marietta, Ga., where Dr. Turner will be stationed at Dobbins Air Force Base. The family lias been residing in Minneapolis, Minn., while Dr. Turner was on duty there. He has recently been transferred to the Georgia base. First Aid Course JERSEYVILLE - The first aid course for members of the VFW Auxiliary will begin July 14 at the VFW Home. Members of the Auxiliary will also assist at the VFW stand at the Jersey County Fair. It was announced that the County Council will meet July 17 at Cottage Hills and that the next meeting of the Auxiliary will be Aug. 12. A donation of $5 was made to the Cerebral Palsy Drive. A LONG, LONG WAY FROM HOME Pat Murphy, on the end of an oar, is helped Into dock at Grafton after 2,50Cf-mlle voyage from Montana. He is en route to Florida via the Great Lakes and Atlantic Ocean.— Staff Photo. ProposedZonc Ordinance At Jersey Aired JER'SEYVILLE — The zoning ordinance proposed for Jerseyville was discussed at a public hearing Monday evening at the Jersey ASC Election Set Tuesday JgRSEYVILLE-The Jersey ounty Agricultural, Stabalizatloti nd Conservation Committees will e elected Tuesday evening at 8:30 clock. The voting places have been esignated as follows: Elsah- uarry, Village Hall at Elsah; ,nglish, courthouse; Fidelity, Fi- elity town hall; Jersey—Jersey own hall; Mississippi, McClusky own hall; Otter Creek. Old Otter- Hie School; Piasa, Piasa town all; Richwood, Fieldon town hall; tosedale, Rosedale Church basement, and Ruyle, Kemper town all. In order to be eligible to vote n the community committee elec- ons, the voter must have an in- erest in a farm in the community s owner, tenant or share cropper; must be participating in the Agri- ultural Conservation Program, or arrying out on his farm one o he eligible practices covered by hat program or be eligible for rice support on one or more agri ultural commodities he produces r be eligible for a payment under he sugar program. Pastor to Begin Duties JERSEYVILLE — The Rev. Ev- courthouse. Copies of the proposed ordinance were distributed and a map showing the zoning areas was displayed. Eugene Baughman, member of the Evert Kincaid Associates, who developed the zoning plan, explained he proposal. After presentation of a digest of the plan, the meeting was opened for questions and opinions. Requests for changes were made a matter of record and will be considered at a later session of the zoning commission. The final draft of the ordinance will be presented to the city council. Home from Japan JERSEYVILLE — Miss Mary O'Donnell of Grafton i-etutfned Friday from Japan where she has been teaching in the elementary department of the Air Force Dependents School in Nagoya. ' Miss O'Donnell will visit her mother, Mrs. Dorothy O!Donnell, for spme time in Grafton before returning to Japan about Aug. 15. Need More Help JERSEYVILLE — James L. Coombes, president of the Jer- County Fair Association, reported this week that there is a need for more volunteer help to work at the gates during the annual Jersey County Fair next week. At Reddish Home JERSEYVILLE - Jim Dumas Jr., of Fort Wayne, Ind., is a guest this week of his grandmother, Mrs. C. G. Reddish of Oakwood Place. He will be joined here Saturday by his parents', Mr. and Mrs. James Domas and daughters, Sarah, Mary-and Diane. On Monday Mrs. Reddish, Mrs. Dumas and children will leave for Ward, Colo., for an extended visit. Dumas will return to Fort Wayne and* will- go to Ward later in the summer to accompany his family home. Treated at Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Daniel Heneghan, aged 2 years, 9 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherald Heneghan of East Alton, fell on a radiator at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Gus Heneghan of Jerseyville while visiting there Wednesday morning. He sustained a half-inch laceration on the back of his head and was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital where two sutures were used to close the wound. Mrs. John L. Stucker of Jersey ville received first and second degree burns on her right leg Wednesday afternoon when pan of hot food she was carry ing slipped and the con tents" were spilled on her leg. She was treat ed at the Jersey Communitj Hospital and dismissed. Susan Isringhausen, two daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyc Isrinhausen of Fieldon suffered a-fracture of the shoulder Mon day afternoon. She fell from the front seat of the car in which she was riding to the floor in the back of the car injuring her shoulder. She was taken to the Jersey Community 'H o s p i t a where the fracture was reduced and the child was dismissed. Free Band Classes JERSEYVILLE - Band class es for summer instructions wil begin Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the East Elementary Grade Schoo in Jerseyville. The instructions for all instruments will be given by Claude Smith, director of the High School and Grade schoo bands. The summer classes are free and are part of the regUla band program of the school. Submits to Surgery JERSEYVILLE — Chester C Hunter, Jersey County farmer submitted to surgery Thursda at Barnes Hospital in St.' Loui where he has been a patient sine June 21. He was transferred to Barnes from the Jersey Com munity Hospital where he ha been a medical patient. Leave For Newfoundland JERSEYVILLE — Fred Strebel of the Jerseyville area an his daughter, Mrs. H e r m a Schneider of the Brighton area left Lambert Airport Wednesda morning by plane for Newfounc land where they will spend som time visiting the letter's son-i law and daughter, Mr. and Mr Bernie Parshall. En route, they will make stop in New York City and Montrea Canada. Mr. Parshall is an ele trician in Newfoundland. Clarence Tuey Will Head Greenfield Legionnaires GREENFIELD-Clarence Tu_y was elected commander at a meeting of the American Legion Tuesday night. Others elected were: Russell Shade, senior vice commander; Hal Plogger, junior vice commander; Richard Powell, adjutant; Warren Cook, public relations chairman; Charles Burroughs, chaplain; Carl Nell finance officer; Richard Cole, child welfare; Dr. E. G. deQuevedo, health officer; J. W. Chambers, historian; William Meng, Boy Scout chairman and Kerfneth Edwards, sergeat-at-arms; Announcement was made of the meeting of the Greene County Post in White Hall Tuesday night. Officers will be elected at this time. Gary Melvin of Greefield is commander of the county organization. Fracter Rites GREENFIELD — Funeral services for Boyd Frazier were conducted by the Rev. Floyd Camp at Hickory Grove Baptist Church, northwest of Greenfield, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W. J. Tucker sang, accompanied by Mrs. John Huff. Dale Featherstone, Bill" Pern- brook, Robert Pembrook, Frazier Reed, George Reed, and Larry Ewing were pallbearers ervice .will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Class Will Meet GREENFIELD — Mrs. Frank Greer and Mrs. Lee Witt will be ostesses at the July meeting of He Philattiea Class of the First Baptist Church at 8 p,m. Tues- ay in the Greer home. Miss »earl Bermes wjy be program arrator. Greenfield Note* GREENFIELD — Mrs. Rus- rett B. Chambers of Philadelphia, 'a., arrived this week and will segin his duties at the Bethel Baptist Church northeast of Jersey- Sunday. Rev. Chambers recently received his degree from the seminary in Philadelphia and was graduated with honors. Mrs. Chambers and their three daughters will join Rev. Chambers at the Bethel parsonage about July 18. They are presently visit- ng her parents in Dayton, Ohi«. Injured by Tree Branch JERSEYVILLE — Roger Lee Czaia, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. Czaia of Fieldon, ran into he branch of a tree at his home Vednesday evening and the right ide of his forehead was lacerat- d. He was brought to the Jerey Community Hospital where ive sutures were used on the vound. Undergoes Surgery Burial' was in Hickory Grove Cemetery. , i Church Notes GREENFIELD — The Rev, William G. Webber has announc ed his sermon at the morning worship Sunday at the First Baptist Church will' be, "I Pledge Allegiance," followed by Holy Communion. At the 8 p.m. serv ice, the Rev. Webber will speak on the theme, "Just How Pow erful is Evil." Midweek prayer couple has a daughter Monica Lee, aged 3% years. Girl Bonr to Dow Couple JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Breitweiser of DOM have given the name Linda Lou ise to their infant daughter born July 2 at the Jersey Communitj Hospital. The baby weighed sev en pounds 12V& ounces and she is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs JERSEYVILLE — Angela Ab- 30tt, six-year-old daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Alvin Abbott of 802 E. Arch St., is a patient in the Alon Memorial Hospital where he underwent major surgery 'uesday morning. Fractures Hip JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Frank J. ,Munsterman suffered a hip 'racture Thursday morning in a fall down the stairs at her lome 134 Andrew Ave. She was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital -for emergency treatment and then moved to St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. Announce Birth of Son JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Watson Jr. of Jerseyville are the parents of a son I born at 12:05 p.m. July 2 at the Jersey Community Hospital. They have named the baby Dav-| id Earl and he weighed six pounds 11 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr^a n d Mrs. John B. Zimmerman and Earl Watson Sr., of Jerseyville and Mrs. Garnet Watson of Upper Alton; and is a great grandson of Mrs. Clara Stamper of Dow, Mr. and Mrs. James Watson of Brighton and Joe Tucker of Peoria. Mrs. Watson was formerly Miss Marcia Zimmerman. The H. M. Myers of Rosewood Heights. Other children in the family are John 9, Vicki 8, and twin boys Ronald and Donald agec t Leav« For Convention* JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hearn left Tuesday morning by motor for New Yorl City where they will attend the National Elks Convention to be held in that place July 6 through July 10. Hearn ; s a delegate t the convention from the Jersey ville Elks Lodge. En route home the Jerseyvill couple will attend the Shrin Convention which will 'be hel July 14 through July 17 in Ch cago. •••• Mrs. Ted Lawton Morrow and sons, Chuck and Gordon, who accompanied Mrs. William Mitchell and chldren of Carlinville to Camp McCoy, Wis. iave returned home. Russell Morrow, Donald Andrews, Finice Dewey, CletusRoth and James Thaxton, are among hose receiving reserve training at Camp McCoy... Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Douglas nd children of Clinton are spend- ng-the holiday weekend with firs. Douglas' mother, Mrs. L. C. Tendick. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Douglas, also of Clinton, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'ord. Mrs. Wayne Fyfe of Pacific, Mo., is the guest of Mrs. Maurice Bowman and family. Mrs. Lilian Spath of North Col. ins, N. Y., is spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Carrie Houlihan, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Windell Handing and children have returned lome after a vacation trip to Florida where they visited his Brothers, who reside near Palm Beach. Mrs. Eleanore Mitchell spent several days this week with her cousin, Mrs. Nobert Lamberty and family in Chicago. Mrs. Lamberty is the former Mary Edith Peebles of Greenfield. County 'Sing' Set for Sunday At East Alton EAST ALTON — The, monthly "sing" of Madison County Singing Convention is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday at East Alton Pentecostal Church, Kingshighway and St. Louis avenues. The Jubilaires, East Alton quartet, will be featured and there will be other organizations on the program. Clifford Smith of. East Alton will lead group singing. L. W. (Bill) Miles will be master of| ceremonies. |] The Rev. Harold Carter is pastor of the host church which is air- conditioned. SHlPMAN .- Mrs. Ted tawton was elected president of the American Legion Auxiliary Wednesday afternoon at the Legion hall. Mrs. Lloyd Wiltshire was elected vice president; Mrs. Harry Loy, treasurer; secretary to be appoint* ed; Mrs.- Charles Johnson, his. . torian; Mrs. Lyle Huddleston, chaplain; and Mrs. Donald John* son, aergeat at arms. On Thursday, My 10, the L«. gion and Auxiliary and their families will have a wiener roast at Community Park at 7:30 p.m. Attending Convention SHIPMAN-The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Hurry are spending a few days this week in Joliet where they are attending the State Rural Mail Carriers convention. The Rev. Hurry is serving for the third con. - secutive year as convention chap* lain. Eastern Stars Meet SHtPMAN-Members of the Or. der of Eastern Stars met at th« Mason hall Wednesday, with 21 members and one guest. A donation Was made to the Macon Home Reconstruction fund. A donation was also made to the Student Scholarship fund. Officers will attend a school of instruction class on Thursday, July 24 at Brighton with a potluck dinner at noon. Mrs. Elfreda Barr will instruct. Members will attend church in a body on Sunday, July 13, at the Methodist Church at 10:45 a.m. Mrs. John Carins presided in the absence of the worthy matron. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Harold Stampe, Mrs. Emmett Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Meyers. Announce Birth SHIPMAN—Mr. and Mrs. John Reno are the parents of a son. Jeffrey Alan, born Wednesday at Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Reno is the former Miss Mary/ Jean Jaynes. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jaynes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruyle are the grandparents. Mrs. Elizabeth Reno is the great-grandmother. In the Mississippi River flood of 1927, more than 45 million dollars^ worth of property was destroyed. the U. S. leads the world in production of coal, iron^ oil and silver. Russia ranks second in each of these products. 6 TQ 9 SPECIAL MONDAY ONLY! July 7,1t5l FREE YOU GET $ 0 IN MONDAY SPECIALS, 9 to 9! | EAGLE STAMPS MEN'S SWIM TRUNKS Compw Quality MEN'S OPEN SUNDAY 8 A M. TO 12 NOON CHOICE SUMMER GAPS UfhtWtight In addition to Hit regular i amount «f stamps with any | charge or cash purchase of $2.00 or mart Monday S t* f p. m. only! NOTTOLI MEAT* AVAILABLE SUPER MARKET Highland & Gold Sts All Day Tuesday Is Double Eaf !• Stamp Day At GflTflVS DtP I STURt SHOP THE FOLLOWING DOWNTOWN ALTON MERCHANTS EVERY MONDAY NIGHT TILL

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