Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1958 · Page 11
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JULY 7, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH tipper Alton Mews Events VARIOUS UP1SODKS There was a dash of protest from folks being awftket*!! Wit <* pROM MOWftCYBtB seep over the weekend In the Uf>- per Alton area but none Attract ed more attention than the cbnv plaint that someUody Was "tearing up" ft ball field, A resident called police With the gripe that hi couldn't take * nap Sunday evenlflg because & "bunch of men were tearing up" the field in the 700 block of Washington Ave. Police rushed to the spot and found ft group of laboring ball players dragging the diamond. They explained that it may look to somebody in the distance that they were causing damage to the plac* but thai ^eally wasn't the case. A Hew showed rather raw hand* in proof that the playjngo? gtlfER AT field was doing better than they were. The diamond belongs to Ovens- Illinois Glass Co. * A 'thdre common complaint came >fc6m the McClure and Neale streets area where a woman told police that a group of boys was discharging fireworks and keeping her son awake. Police arrived at the spot about 1:30Vm. but Iound no one. The remaining sleep disturber was attributed to the year-round hazard of barking dogs. A resident on Jackson street reported Saturday night that dogs that had congregated in the 1900 block'of Worden Ave. were keeping him awake. The pack was gone when the police arrived. Except for the ballplayers dragging (he diamond, the sleep disturbers escaped police apprehension. That was more proof than enough that the ballplayers were guiltless, one city hall hanger on said. MR. AND MRS. KEITH RACK FROM INDIANA Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keith, 3406 Agnes St., have returned from a holiday weekend trip to Indiana. They visited relatives in Marion, Fairmount and Jonesboro. A family re-union was held Saturday night in Jonesboro. Some 50 relatives attended. Mr. and Mrs. eompanied ' by Keith were ac- their children, Jackie, Jim and Ricky. The family left Thursday night and returned Sunday night. POLICE SET TRAP BUT THIEVES DON'T APPEAR Police set up a watch at the railroad gates on Chessen lane Sunday afternoon in hope that burglars would return for loot which apparently had been taken from a nearby scrap dealer. A watchman for Laclede Steel Co. reported to police Sunday morning that at the railroad stop he found 15 automobile batteries which apparently belonged to Hyman-Michaels Co. A county deputy sheriff was posted near the site but by late morning there was no report thai the trap had been suettss- MA* Wttfift THROW* A ffialt was injured when life nil motorcydfefjm wfls thrown f^ftt hit motorcycle" bile Saturday, 12:8 p.m., in tJ« 1,300 bjook of Central Ave. E. Williamson, 1802 Mar- Si, was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital for cuts of the hand, face and rifht arm. Driver of the automobile was listed as William L. Peipert Jr., 3405 Agnes St. Police said Peiperl was slow- Ing to make a turn when William son attempted to pass but he failed to clear the rear of the Automobile. RKTCtttti FROM BED9IDK ersperger received ffliny lifts. Tht F<Ktf P*ds", who •tftong th« guests, sang several numbers. They are Eddie Sehief- er, txm Sherer, Ralph Jackson, and Tom Fearno, who are get> Mrt. bee Rich and Mr. a ltd Mm. tfochefspetger were chap* erones. Those attending item out at tbwn were* Miss Ruth Ann Bar top, Mont; Miss Karen Hardwlek, White Dal); Morris Hafdwlek, Stauntofl. CHILD OJtAl* AWE* RUB CONSUMES MfSDtCtNfc A 17-month-old girl was discharged from Alton Memorial Hospital Sunday, where she had been rushed after consuming medicine at her horns .Friday. Mis* Cologna Hise, 3308 Robert St, has returned after visit ing her sister, Mrs. Velma Dixon, who is critically ill at an Eldorafto. Ill* hospital. Miss Hise spent 10 days there most of the time at the bedside of Mrs. Dixon. Miss Hise stayed at the horn of her mother in nearby Ridge way. POLICE SEEK MAN WHO TOOK *1S IN BURGLARY Police today searched for a burglar who successfully go away with $15 after breaking in to the Kennedy and Son servic station, 1322 Milton Rd., early Saturday. A description of a man seen in the vicinity was given to Spe cial Deputy Loyal Case. The burglar entered the stat tion by breaking the pane in a door window. An investigation in Alton dis closled that a man fitting the description, and driving a car which also tallied with one park ed on Milton road, was seen in the Belle street area Friday evening. The witness who saw the man at the filling,- station at firs thought he was connected with the place. However, when he learned of the burglary he gav< his information to Special Deputy Case. : FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE SETS PICNIC WEDNESDAY Friendship Street Methodist Church wil have a picnic Wednesday atOniz ed Gub grounds. Members are asked to bring their own table service. Circle will meet at the church at 1( a.m. In event of rain, the picnic will be held at the church. Mrs.. Arnold Will will beythe hostess, assisted by Mrs. Ross King. SHARON KOCHERSPERGER HONORED AT PARTY Miss Sharon Kochersperger was honore* at a birthday party Thursday night at Hillcres House, on Main street. The party was given by the girl's parents, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Kochersperger, 620 Leonard St., on her sixteenth birthday. Some 18 young people danc ed and played games. Miss Koch Arcade—Wilshire Village STEPPE'S Dial 4-1018 Beauty Salon Come In and register for FREE $10.00 PERMANENT to be given away each week. No obligations. Register each week. THE PERMANENT TO KEEP YOUR HAIR CUT LOVELY ALL SUMMER specially sale priced now! regularly 1S.OO $O*«£t You'll look younger,. feel younger with a wave in your hair. daughter of Mr. and Mrt Lawrence Button, 903 Rixon St, underwent a stomach lavage. A member ot the family said the child climbed to * medicine chest and got hold ot the liquid. Her condition is good. In other cases: Mrs. George Renick, 2424 Maxey St., is in Alton Memorial Hospital with a mild case ot pneumonia, a member of the family said. The 84-year-old woman entered Friday but it is not known when she will be discharged. Her condi* tioi) is satisfactory. William C. Coley, 2711 Viewland Ave., is in Alton Memorial Hospital with a back Ailment. Coley entered Friday after complaining of pain in the legs. It was discovered that a disk had slipped in his spine, a member ol the family said. He has been placed in traction. It is not known when he will be discharged. His condition is satisfactory. Steven, 6-year-old son of Mr. end .Mrs. Robert W. Pelot, 3103 Franor Ave., was discharged Sunday from St. Joseph's Hospital where he underwent removal ot tonsils and adenoids Saturday. The boy was entered Friday. His condition is good. MR. AND MR8. iHEPPARD HAVE NEW GRANDSON Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sheppard, 1106 Washington Ave., have returned' from San Mateo', .Calif., where they saw their new grandson. The boy, named Peter, was bom to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. .Gilbert. The mother is the former Newlvweds MR. AND MRS. DANZEL EUGENE TWHTY are pictured following their marriage Friday in St. Patrick's Church. The bride is the former Miss Mary Ann Carrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carrow of 201 E. 13th St. Following a honeymoon in the Ozarks, the couple will reside at 801 E. Sixth St.—• Robert Young Photo. Godfrey Baby, Who Started Church at 2 Weeks, Honored GODFREY—A one-year pin for perfect attendance at Godfrey Methodist Church Sunday School wai presented to a baby who is Only two weeks older than a year. David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Scheffel, began Sunday School when be was only two weeks old, and hasn't missed a session. The church school presented 53 other pins for perfect attendance. Highest award for eight years attendance went to Sandra Carson. Mr. and Mrs. Scheffel have Marilyn Sheppard. Mother and child are doing fine. Mrs. Sheppard went by air to the coast in late May. The baby was born May 26. Sheppard followed her about the middle of June. They returned last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert have two other children, johnny, 5, and Mary Lynn, 3. San Mateo is in the San Francisco area. COLl AND MBS. PEBSING RETURN FROM TEXAS Col. and Mrs. C. L. Persing, of Western Military Academy, have returned from Texas where they spent two weeks visiting relatives. They were guests of her sister, and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Peace, of East Bernard. One of t h e brightest happenings during the itay wan that they arrived at the height of the watermelon season. Col. and Mrs. Persing brought back to Alton two 80-pounders. They plan • watermelon feast soon. Mrs. Persing is a native ofj p . m . A book study will be held Texas. Hies will have a picnic at Rock Spring Park, Thursday, 6 p.m. Brotherhood will meet Saturday, 7 p.m. at the home of Vernie Webb, 3529 Thomas St. FIVE CALVARV GIRLS LEAVE FOR CAMP Five girls of Calvary Baptist Church left this morning for Girls' Auxiliary camp at Pinckneyville. They are: Nancy Taylor, Evelyn Kendall, Sandra LaMarsh, Theo Tonkinson, and Lee Ann Cowan. They were chaperoned by Mrs. Tony LaMarsh and Mrs. Elsie Kendall. The girls will stay at the camp through Friday. A full recreation program is conducted at the camp. In other news: •Woman's Missionary Society will jmeet at the church Tuesday, 1:30 two other children, William, 4, and Warren, 7, who received three and four year pins respectively. Pins were only given to children. Eleven adults also had perfect attendance records. Fire Destroys Wheat field In Godfrey-Township GODFREY — Fire destroyed a small wheatfield Saturday, 2:55 p.m., on a farm on Alternate Route 67 about two :•"<« north of the Godfrey Y. Godfrey Volunteer Fire Department quelled the minor blaze. Firemen said that an attempt was made to burn out a smal section of stubble and the blaze got out of hand. Firemen to Meet GODFREY — Godfrey Volun teer Fire Department will meet at the fire station tonight. Work on Godfrey Town Hall Lot To Start Soon COLLEGE BAPTIST GROUP PLANS PICNIC TODAY Intermediates of the College Avenue Baptist Church' 'will have a picnic this evening at Pere Marquette State Park. Boys and girls will meet at the church and leave for the park at 5 o'clock. In other news: Choir will rehekrse Tuesday. 7 p.m. Teachers and officers will meet Wednesday, 7 p.m., followed by prayer nveting at 7:30. Adult Training Union and fanv SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE SALE BE WISE, SHOP NOW DURING OUR SEMI-ANNUAL WOMEN'S SHOE SALE AND SAVE-OUR TWICE A YEAR CLEARANCE SALE IS NOW ON. JOHANSEN SHOES Regular t» $17,91 '10.88, '12.88 • BUCK PATENT e NAVY ILUC • BROWN CALF • WHITE FLATS and WEDGIES *O 00 Re* I1J.W ,,.,- o,,.,., ,Kow Os.QO '3.88 R«V. te Now t NATURAL • WHITE • RED • BLACK Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to f) p.m. at the church. The Rev. H. Todd Taylor, pastor, will teach the book. "Improvement in Teaching in the Sunday School." Teachers and officers will meet Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Lord's Sup. per will be observed at 7:30. Golden Circle will have a fanv ily picnic Thursday, 6 p.m.. at the Standard Torch Club grounds. Homemakers Class will meet nomemaKers t-iass win meei « ,1 rr »T jj Thursday. 7:30 p.m., at the church. Another Hypo INeedle GODFREY — Work of clearing brush and trees, brad ing and laying drainage tile on a lot beHinci the town hall was 1 exacted to start this week. Kennedy and Naylor Excavating Co. was awarded contract for the project which will cost $480 A driveway eventually will be laid in the rear of the town hall Lot where the work is being done is 150-byl50 feet. EDWARD S. FISCHER TO VISIT FATHER HERE Edward S. Fischer, of Sherborn, Mass., will arrive here tonight by train to help his father, Dr. E. F. Fischer, celebrate his 76th birthday. Dr. Fischer, who lives at 2400 Edwards St.. will observe tlw birthday Wednesday. The younger Kitclwr will be accompanied here by his son, Ned. Fischer is in the insurance .business in Boston. Found in Godfrey GODFREY — A hypodermic needle was found by a gmup ot girls Sunday at Camp Warren Levis and turned over to police. This marked the second time in two months that such needles were found in that area. Wed in Brighton MARRIED FRIDAY MORNING in a ceremony in St. Alphonsus Catholic Church in Brighton were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur F. Huber. Mrs. Huber is the former Miss Regina Helene Erler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Erler of Hattingenruhr, Germany, and a cousin of Miss Pearl Sarius of Brighton. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Huber, also of Brighton.—Matlack Photo Service. Walter Gutter Jr. Heads Edwardsville Teen Group EDWARDSVILLE — New officers for Tiger Town, elected at a dance at the Moose Hall Thursday evening, were announced by the group today. Officers for the coming year are: Walter Culler Jr., president; Gayla Krouse, vice president; Elaine Alberter, secretary; Nancy Giacomelli, reasurer. New -board members, also named at the meeting, are: seniors, Verna Hellman, Lida Musso, Ed Wentz; juniors, Darwin H a y w o o d, Sharon Patton, Lavonne Poneta; sophomores. Benny Isselhart, Linda Marks and Paul Vernon. Approximately 200 members attended the dance-election. Representatives of the Tiger Town group will meet with the Community Council Tuesday evening for a report from the senior citizens on reactions of the various local clubs and organizations to the proposed new Tiger Town building which is being sought by the teen age group here. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — Six area residents were admitted over the weekend to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and four patients were discharged. Admitted Saturday were: Fred Lautner, 225 Wyandotte; Ralph McReaken, 215 St. Andrew's Place; Ray Bode, Route 4; Mrs. Anita Kubant, Route 4. Admitted Sunday were: Mrs Jacqueline Marshall, 53 Halleck; Mrs. Catherine Kulp, 215 Nortt! Kansas. Discharged Saturday were: Mrs Irene Schwarz, 1104 North Main; Robert Brummilt, 115 East Col lege: Mrs. Vera Boccaleoni, 1021 Prickctt. Joseph Barnett, St. Louis road, was discharged Sunday. Circle To Meet EDWARDSVILLE—Eden Circle 4 will meet on the first floor of the Eden Evangelical Church Tuesdaj at 2 p.m. Devotions will be, "We Believe In The Holy Spirit". Host esses will be: Mrs. Emil Rosen than, Mrs. Virkil Kipp and Mrs Glenn .lohnson. Home Unit Meeting Set EDWARDSVILLE-The Tuesda; unit of the home bureau will mee at the home of Mrs. E. E. Vai Stee for a dessert luncheon at 1:3 p.m. Tuesday. Four-H club mem bers will give a'demonstration o "sandwiches". Cam Damaged in Crash EbwARDSVILLE — A woman passenger in one of two car: which collided at 1 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of Main and Beauty Salon Phone 2-7131 "Chemise* Forecast Up to now, 20.000 pigs annually have been sacrificed in India's! Punjab, in a festival of the Un-l touchables. This year the rite was! rnded, Saharanpur reports. WHEN IT'S ... SUMMER CLEANING TIME "SUPERIOR" I* Tb* HmnahaM Ward In Quality RUI n' CARPET CLEANING All Sinn But Not in fvtry Style WASHABLE FLATS Hack,, N«vy.. •or, H-w New 2.M MAIN FLOOR V Even though the Chemise is High 'n Wide ...... . . . chemmery and soft what is important ..... U the manner in which they are handled ID ..... Thinning, tapering etui ONI WIIK ONLY Chemise Wave Special Our Regular $11.50 _ Cold Wave flJ ! Pennanent— Complew •^•^ Including Shampoo, Set tnd Cue Married in Ottermlle MR. AND MRS. DAVID LEE PERDUN who were married Saturday afternoon at the Baptist Church in Otterville. The bride was Miss Neva Jean Plumlee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Groppel of Otterville. Mr. Perdun is the son of Mrs. Arthur Perdun of the Fieldon vicinity and the late Mr. Perdun.— Roth Photo. Union streets was examined by| i a local doctor when she complained of an injured neck. Name of the woman was un- ?nown.° However, Officer Maxwell Bratten said she was a passenger n one of two vehicles. The first car was driven by Roy Lill, 72, of Granite City, which was going vest on Union street, and the second was operated by Gary Newton, 18,, Rural Route. Ed- vardsville, traveling south on Wain. Lill had four passengers n his machine, all girls, and Newton's vehicle was carrying two passengers. Both machines were towed to ocal garages with heavy damage. Bratten said. Newton's car ivith the entire front end smashed and Lill's car with the front end, doors, fenders, hood and radiator damaged. The pink lady's slipper is the largest of the northern orchids. Eighty-year-old South African pianist Miss Elsie Hall shared a recital with Canadian violinist David Marton in a British Broad casting Corp. general overseas service from London. 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