Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1958 · Page 9
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MONDAY, JULY 7, 1838 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH E. Alton Exchange Club To Seat New Of f icers EAST ALTON >- Newly elected officer* of ttife Exchange Club will be Iftstaited tn formal ceremonies to be held at a "Ladies Night" dtnnof meeting Tuesday evening. The event Js slated for 8:30 p.m. at the Lockhaven Country Club. Don Ott will be installed as president succeeding Lawrence Cutforth* John KftSsley of East St. Louis will appear as guest speaker/ Members of neighboring Exchange Clubs are invited to be guests of the evening which has been arranged unler the Chairmanship of Joe Sinner ttftdto itoftl oft EAST ALTON — Police today were looking for the owner of an ivorycoldred small table-model radio. The radio was brought to the station Sunday afternoon by George Goodwin, 3013 Buena Vis. la, Mtltbn area, who said that his 16-year-old daughter found the item on their front porch. Bust Alton Notes EAST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. Melvln, Chestnut and daughter of South Bend, were holiday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chestnut, 523 Lincoln Ave., Other callers at the Chestnut home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Turner Sr., of Kahokia and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Turner Jr., .of Sorrento. The two Chestnu* families spent fiie weekend in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burk, 625 Valley Dr.. visited at the home of Mr. -and Mrs. C e c i lj Barber and family at Roodhouse, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Campbell and son, Dbnrrie, 601 Reed Ave., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David March of Jerseyville. Man Fined On Two Charges at Wood River WOOD RIVER Jacob P. Schmjeder,; 58, 211 E. Ferguson Ave., was fined a total of $30 and costs on two charges Sunday before Police Magistrate J. Thornton Lancaster after resist- Youth Revival Set Sept. 4-6 At W. River WOOD RIVER — A Youth Revival is being planned at the First Church of Christ, Christian, Sept. 4-6, it was announced Sun- lay by Don Ray, youth minister. Rod Cameron, youth evangelist, has been engaged to conduct the services and will be assisted by his dummy friend "Gabby". The Youth group of the church won the attendance banner at the recent Youth Rally held In Ed wardsville, with a total of 42 members in attendance. Norman Ray, brother of the minister was in charge of the iong service at the Sunday evening worship^ hour, (is gu&*t song If V (!• ifaSCS Picnic Crt WOOD RIVE* — The Martha Circle of the First Methodist Church will be Quests of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at a picnic to be held Wednesday at the Kendall Hill Park. The group will meet at 1.0 a.m. at the church to motor to the park in a group. Miss Martha Walker, president, has announced that the Wednesday outing will conclude activities of the Society antil Spptem- her. Rosewood WSCS Potluck Picnic Set Tuesday ROSEWOOD potluck picnic HEIGHTS — A will feature the Tuesday evening meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of St. Paul's Methodist Church, when they stage the annual family outing. The affair will be held at Crys- ing two police officers Saturday afternoon. Schmieder was arrested in front of the Luncheonette Cafe, 102 E. Ferguson Ave., by Patrolmen Floyd Brown' and Herbert Stalcup. He paid $5 and costs for in-' toxication aiid $25 and costs fo resisting arrest. The officers reported tha Schmieder tried to swing at therr when he was being apprehendec and fell to.Jthe, sidewalk breaking SPECIALIZING IN CINDERELLA * SPIKE \ \ HEEL REPAIR \ \ Expert Shoe Dyeing 1 \ : ana Tinting ^k \ AH Work Guaranteed ^V\ C. L. GI8SLEK 1 V^fc SHOE REPAIR • ^^^ And Dry Cleaning Ml MILTON RO. DIAL X-SSSS :tal Lake near Jacksonville, which was recently purchased by Mr and Mrs. J. B. Randolph and i being developed into a resor area, The group will meet at th church at 5 p.m. and transporta tion will be furnished, Mrs. Lloyi Potter, president announced. 3 Hurt In Au to Crash At W. River WOOD RIVER - Two young women and a small child were njured Saturday afternoon when ,. _ . .... . the Rosewood two automobiles collided On ,churoh. Wood River avenue near the! M rs . Weishaupt STEELWORKERS OFFICERS FOR HEW YEAR Seated at table are Thomas Campbell, recording secretary; C. A, Harris, financial secretary; George Ladendorf, vice- president; Buddy Davis, president; Lloyd McBride, international representative; Charles Rogers, treasurer. Rear row, John Betts, guard; Peter Cliloloro, grlev- ance committee; Earl Mure, trustee; Lester Moore, guide; George Watson, grievance commltteeman. — Photo by Paul Cogan, Laclede Steel Co. E. C. Robinson Retires At Standard Oil East Alton Man Lacerates 3 Toes In Mower Mishap WOOD RIVER—An East Alton aircraft company employe, Gera M L. Strieker, 20, 417 Cobb, WOOD RIVER — Standard Oil Company's Wood .River refinery!was reported in "good" condition today announced the retirement of.i <°<iay at Wood River Township Earl C. Robinson, fi05 Bowman j i Hospital where he is recovering Ave.,, East Alton, aftw more than!] e f(. 'from severe lacerations to his Hartford Teen Dance Scheduled Mrs* Weishaupt To Address Rosewood WMS ROSEWOOD ME) UMTS Mrs. Lauren Weishaupt of Ed wardsvllle First Baptist Church, will be guest speaker at the 8 p.rrif Tuesday meeting Of the house party at Jacksonville. Mrs. David Hall will be charge of devotions and will also serve as no-hostess with Mrs. Elmer Wright. Woman's Missionary First Society of Baptist A MelboorM dentist tfid Mi wife have spent fS«e months in Australia'* Outback working afnong-'aboringinai with a dental setnp in a Land-Rover car. municipal swimming pool. Involved In the accident were automobiles driven by Ruby Carter, 46, 828 Bee Tree Lane, East Alton and Charlotte Micks, 20, 614 Bowman, East Alton. According to police, the Carter car was going north on Wood River avcntip and started to make a right turn into the high school parking lot near the pool when the other vehicle, traveling in the same direction, failed to stop in time and collided with the rear end of the Carter car, Released after emergency j treatment at Wood River Township Hospital were: Mrs. Hicks, who had X-rays taken of her spine and skull and complained of headaches; Betty Barkley, 22. a passenger in the Hick's car, who also had X-rays taken of her spine; and two-year-old Cheryl Barkley, who suffered a contusion to the forehead and multiple small contusions to the back. East Alton Man highlights of the will review recent state Panoramic Windshield* tor All Cfti* >* SntwIWS -. •ml Car WiMfttWt Quiekly. CO. Don't Be Confuted!! GET THE FACTS From FRIGIDAIRE ON AIR CONDITIONING 40 years with the company* Robinson joined Standard Dec. 1, 1917 and Strieker was admitted to the hospital Saturday afternoon for as a clerk), he lacerations to his first, HARTFORD — A. pre-teenage '} dance will be held Tuesday eve-j at the local shelter house for' Arrested On Ttvo Charges •uy Right — luy Slit luy Full Power Get the Big Plus FULL ITU CAPACITY AND DRY COOLING IN ALL MODELS SEE THE POPULAR 10,000 B.T.U. IMPERIAL MODEL SHOWN has remain- ond and third tons on the foot. He'children 10-13 from 7-9 p.m. andj EAST ALTON—William Harpole. \ was injured when his foot slip-; dancing will be to recorded music. ped into the mechanism of a Mrs AI Meyers will be the spon- ed in the acrount- i n g division in various capaci-! power mower. ties during his 1 Among the patients treated in entire tenure with; the emergency room Saturday Standard. July 2, R o b i n son vere: Terry Karnp, two-year-old Cattle" The oil made by boiling the shi' bones and feet of cattle is calle "neat*.s foot ;bjl" because cattl of the ox family once were callec "neat" cattle. Christopher Columbus died o May 20, 1506, his eyeglasses. The officers tool him to Wood River Townshi] Hospital where he was release^ after treatment for a laceratioi to his forehead. CALL FOSTER'S FOR PRESCRIPTION SERVICE PAILY 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS 9 A. M. to 1 P. M. and 4 P. M. to 10 P. M. PROMPT, FREE DELIVERY FkM> Mill mi MJM honored at a parly E. C. Robinson at the Wood River American Legion by a group of his fellow workers from the accounting division. In addition, he was presented a watch by the Wood River management for having completed more than 30 years of service at the time of his retirement. Roxana Scouts To Visit State Park 1958! son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles waslKamp, 909 Haller, and Frank Dewester, 12, son Mr. and Mrs. sor of the dance and will be assisted by other mothers as chaperones for the evening. There were 69 pre-teenagers who attended the dance last week at the recreation center when the Lloyd L. Dewester, 125 W. Third ] dance was given by Mrs. Meyers, assisted by Mrs. Bernard Branson, St., Roxana. The Kamp tot was transferred to St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton following treatment, here for burns incurred when he pulled an electric skillet containing hot grease over. The Dewester boy suffered an abrased contusion to his forehead when he struck his head on the Mrs. Donald Sumner, Mrs. Ed Dabbs, Mrs. Roy Haley, Mrs. Auston Bivins, Mrs. Helen Fout, Mrs. Jess Grover and Mrs. Raymond Dodge. Hartford Notes HARTFORD—Charles Hendricks U. S. Army, has returned to Ft Leonard Wood, Mo., where he bottom of the Roxana swimming. st ationed, after spending the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Philip Hendricks of E. Watkins St Mr. and Mrs. Ware Morris am pool. Released after emergency treatment Sunday were: Randall Rothe. 24, Roxana, who suffered daughter of Some rville, Tenn., re * first arm rwtcciniu connnri rinrmaA ... _ irst possibly second degree ROXANA-Boy Scouts of Troopj" lal "»« £»«»£ »«•»•«« "«*«* i »~,«c«n«^ H,, »h« TJ^^O P™. burns to his right hand when he 44, sponsored by the Roxana Central School P.T.A., are planning a trip to Meramec State Park and the date will be announced, later. The boys will attend Camp Warren Levis the week of July 13. The Green Bar patrol went on an overnight camping trip at Belk Park accompanied by Scoutmaster Jack Steele and Robert Burgess, and were joined later by all members of the troop for a cook-out. Last Thursday evening a Board of Review was held for five boys who passed their second class work. The five boys were Vernon Le-.Rock realized that something was Claire, Robert Methany, David Mallory, Elboren Brown and Robert Steel. Men on the Board were J. Crause, B. Nelson, Robert Burgess, Dial Kinser and Gordon Mallory. Granddaughter Visiting ROXANA—Mr. and Mrs. Victor Acklin of Walnut St..have as their guest this week, their granddaughter, Terry Ann Bedwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bedwell of Decatur who are spending this week vacationing in Lovington, New Mexico. Roxaoa Note* ROXANA—Mr. and Mrs. Sam Herndon of Rohm Place spent the weekend in Sedalia, Mo., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Ches-l jerked burning wires from a truck engine at the Alton speedway. Jacob Klug, Rt. 1, East Alton, suffered a possible fracture to his ring finger on his left hand shifting gears on a combine. Right Place at Right Time OMAHA JP-As far as Mrs. Harold Rock was concerned, her nursing class couldn't have picked a better place for a reunion than Clarkson Hospital. In the midst of the reunion, Mrs about to happen which would take precedenc* over the reunion. She took the elevator to the maternity ward where a short time later she gave birth to a six pound, 15 ounce son. ter. Mr. and Mrs.'.Kenneth Scanlon of Thomas St. spent the holiday weekend with her parents in Mascoutah. The Council of Presbyterian Men of the First Presbyterian Church las cancelled its meeting scheduled for tonight and the men will attend the Presbyterian Retreat at the Pentecostal campgrounds at Sunset Hill near Edwardsville on turned home Sunday after spenc ing the holiday weekend at th borne of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Dav of W. Watkins St. and other rela tives here. Mrs. Mabel Noble of W. Secon street had as her recent guest her son-in-law and daughter, M: and Mrs. Herb Edison of New .0; leans. La. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schubei and family of E. Elm street spen the holiday weekend with relative in Stuggart, Ark. Charlotte Warner, R i c h a r Schneider, Donald Porter, Jerr Logsdon and Kenenth Thompso attended the Assembly of Go Youth Conference at Petersburg 111., last week as representative We Have Moved MIDWEST ACCOUNTS SERVICE — Collections — Now at 321 E. BROADWAY Alton, III. INC OPEN A 30-DAY OR REVOLVING CHARGE ACCOUNT 20f PIASA AFTER THE 4th STARTS TODAY AT S P. M, - CONTINUES AU WEEK I T SHIRTS HOUSES SKIRTS VftlHM ValUMtoM Values to $10 $ t 'ton. almost everyone prefers glasses DRESSES All sites. Values to 110.80 «? SPORTSWEAR Pedal Piwhers Bermuda SJjorU Slim Juru Jamaica Shorts Sbort Nmrte Off COTTON VpiiM» to SWIM SUITS Names we eannot mention. PlAY SUITS Values to $6 '4 M •AIMING CAPS ll,»» Values SO* QSTERTAG MRS. CYNTHIA POPLIN "J wear tfluwn •!) of the time and I Ilk* Otterta*** style*," MRS. CYNTHIA DOOLEN, East Alton, JllinoU. Osterta? glasses may look expensive but they art not— serving the people ol thii community for more than 27 years, OSTERTAG nill\ 606 f AST MQADWAV UFQfN 1100 , ALTON, HU 306 Ohio Ave., was being held in! Hie village jail today for lailurej| to make bond after pleading not guilty to charges of intoxication and disturbing the peace before Police Magistrate 'Ed Kirk Sunday morning. Harpole was arrested early Saturday evening at the police station after coming there to continue a complaint about the police forces' "inaction" on a Friday night complaint made by himself, on noise in the community center area. Friday night. Harpole called poke from his home and made the "noise" complaint. According to jolice, when they went to the scene they found only several small children playing in the area and no unusual ruckus. SPECIAL THIS WEEK v* HP FRIGID*"** 7j Amp—110 Volt Regular $349.95 i: Priet includes Delivtry and Strvict IT'S TRUE AIR. CONDITIONING 3 WAYS BETTER • Amazing: DEHU- M1DI-COIL removes up to a barrel of water a week. • TWIN-TUBE PRE-COOLEB speed* drying action • Matching SUPER METER-MISER gives peak performance EASY TERMS Buy Two, Thrte or Mert and Air Condition Your Entire Hem* OPEN MON. AXD FRIDAY Nl'i'ES TILL 9 OPEN MON. AND FRIDAY XITES TILLS from the local Assembly of God]] Church. John Wayne Copeland, U. S. Navy, has returned to Norfolk, Va., where he is stationed aboard the ship U.S.S. Norfolk, after spending a ten day leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs., Clay Copeland of £. Date street. - REFRIDERHTIDII CO. "Authorized Frigidaire Sales and Service" 550 E. Broadway "Authorized Hoover Dealer" Dial 3-7721 The new look in highwayt it hen. Shown, a modern highway of sound-conditioned conentt New-type, sound-conditioned concrete for your newest highways OfvoloBod to moot Hi* I97S itond. ordt *ot for Amorlco't grootttt highwoy bvilding program. Everything a good driver wanti— new-type concrete has! It's sound- wnditiontd. Laid continuously, thu pavement has no joint*...only tiny, cushion spaces sawed into the concrete. You sltira over thara and don't know it! But there'ii more to new-type concrete. The surface won't roughen from the effect* of freezing, thawing and de-icers. A special granular base keeps this pavement flat and solid. And new-type concrete has a life expectancy of 50 years p/u». Pint cost \» moderate. Maintenance cost*? Up to 60% leas than for asphalt Extra safety is built in: Grainy surface rejwii skids...concrete re* fleet* up to 4 times more light for better visibility at night. Over 90% of America's most heavily travelled roads have been built of concrete. It's the preferred pavement for new primary roads. Thousands of miles of concrete pavement built in Illinois during the 1920's are still in service, carrying traffic far heavier than the design load. This proof of concrete's durability i* another reason why concrete should be used on Illinois' portion of the Interstate System. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION tit Wilt WMWfl|toa U, CaJMII t. Hull 4 M!MUM< or|OAuatMHi to inuwwf ond «EBW( to USM

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