Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1958 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 11, 1958
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rmt)At, JULY n, 1958 ALTON EVENING TKLEOJRAPfl PAGBTffRtt TO MARK GOLDEN WEDD11SG Mr. and Mn. Roland J. B. Perry of JerscyvHIc will mark their 50th wedding anniversary Wednesday, July 16. No formal observance is planned. They are parents of a son and daughter. Mr. Ferry is retired from the Shell Oil refinery. Jersey Residents Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Perry To Mark 50th Anniversary — Mr. and Mrs Roland J, Perry of 309 North La fayette St. will observe the golden anniversary of their wedding nex Wednesday. Due to the health o the celebrants, there will be ni formal observance of the occasion The couple has resided in Jersey ville since 1952. Mr. and Mrs. Perry were mar ried at the country home of he: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glot felty in Jackson County, Illinois They resided after their marriage in Jackson County until 1924 when they moved to Wood River. At the time of his marriage, Mr. Perry was a resident of Vergennes. In August, 1948, Mr. Perry re tired from employment at the Shell Oil Refinery after 24 year; work as a carpenter and carpenter foreman. The previous year the couple moved to a farm near Brighton and in 1952 came to Jer seyville to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Perry were the parents of a son and two daugh ters. Their eldest daughter, Mrs Edna Watson, died in 1933 at the age of 26. Their other daughter Mrs. C. Mark (Harriet) Hines, re sides at Newport News, Va. She was formerly a member of the Telegraph staff in Wood River Their son, Roland A. Perry, is a major in the U. S. Air Force. He is stationed at Little Rock, Ark They have seven grandchildren •nd seven great-grandchildren. Mrs. Perry was one of a family of 11 children, seven of whom are living. Mr. Perry has one brother who resides in Florida. Harmony Baptist WMU Organized SHIPMAN. — Women of the Harmony Baptist Church have organized a Women's Missionary Union which will meet the second Tuesday evening of each month. Mrs. Earl Shelton was elected president; Mrs. William Shelton, secretary and treasurer, and Mrs. Harry Brown, reporter. The meeting was held Tuesday evening at home. Mrs, the Earl Shelton Eugene Kauffman gave the lesson on "The Nation Doors." The August meeting will be with Mrs. Albert Richaregson. Project* Judged SHIPMAN. — Projects of the Sunbeam 4-H Club were judged at the annual Achievement Day at Carlinville High School Tuesday. Three table covers were selected to be sent to the state fair in Springfield. They were made by Marilyn Reed, Dianne Kahl and Patty Alward. > Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" GLASS TOPS Ctol !• Pll rarattara LYON! CLASS CO. 949* Ball* Mai f.fT8l Remove Splinter InWoman'sThumb A Houston, Tex., woman, Mrs. Bonnie Frazer, sought aid at Al ton Memorial Hospital Wednesday for removal of a splinter from her right thumb. The splinter got into he'r thumb while she was visiting at the home of Wood River relatives. Following removal of the object she was released from the hospital. Also treated at the hospital and the'n released were: David Nicklay, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Nicklay of West Alton, Mo., who suffered a foot injury in a fall from his mother's lap; Harold Murphy, 50, 3201 Duco St., a toe injury, inflicted by a power mower; Joseph Middendorf, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Middendorf, 2103 Ridge St., a laceration of his scalp, incurred when he was hit by a dirt clod; Ronald Rittenhouse, 522 Shelly, an ankle injury, suffered while playing ball. Miss Donna Crivello, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Crivello of 422 Foulds Ave., was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital for a laceration to her left foot, sustained while swimming. Eight stitches were required to close the wound. Miss Crivello was swimming with friends in the Mississippi near the Missouri shore when her foot was Parole Agents Meet Says Teenagers Actually Crave Parental Discipline struck broken glass. She helped ashore by a swimming companion and brought by automobile to the hospital. Two persons suffering from dog bite wounds and one from an insect sting were also treated at the hospital and then released. Victims of the dog bites were Fred Henson, 7, of 913a Vista Ave., and Charles Bredon, 9, Cottage Hills. Randall Rhodes of 123 Tomlinson St., East Alton, was treated for an insect sting. Karen Jones of 231 Mourner St., was admitted to the hospital for treatment of a back injury. HFA Drive Under Way InShipman-MedoraArea SHIPMAN. — The Health Im- >rovement Association is sponsoring a membership drive for he Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Ralph Waggoner is director for Shipman Township. Mr. and Mrs. Vilbur Kahl are the representa- ives in Shipman and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Frueh are represen- atives in Medora. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN. — Miss Gail Wieseman of Bunker Hill returned to ler home in Bunker Hill Tuesday after a visit with Miss Barbara ;cott. Mrs. Calvin Edwards has been visiting several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon tanton, in Medora. Mrs. Sarah Ash visited Tues- lay in the William Bunt home. Timmy Bunt returned to Alton ivith his aunt for a visit. Rainbow Girls Plan Supper At Bethalto BETHALTb - A family style chicken supper was planned for August by the Bethalto Rainbow Girls at a meeting Wednesday night to the Masonic Temple. The girls will set a date and make final arrangements for the supper at the July 23 meet Ing. Tickets may be purchased from any member of the Rain< bow Girls after July 23. Before the meeting, the girls celebrated "Founder's Day" with a potluck, Saturday, members will have a car wash at Bethalto Shell Station from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bowling Remits BETHALTO — In the Wednesday Night Mixed Bowling League Anything won two games <cpm I Don't Know and I Don't Care won two games from Beats Me. I Don't Care bowled hi g h team series with a 2639. High team single was- won by Beats Me with a 950. Tony Bria, bowling for Beats Me, scored high individual series with a 631 and high individual game with a 238. Bria also bowled a 235. Clyde Schoeneweis was the only other 200 game bowler with a 208. Past Matron* Meet BETHALTO -Thirteen past matrons of the Bethalto Order of the Eastern Star met at the home of Mrs. William Lash, 475 Park, Bethalto. The members played games and refreshments were served. The next meeting will be July 13 at the home of Mrs. Reka Schoppett, 408 N. Prairie, Bethalto. Sunday Services For Medora Announced MEDORA — The Rev. W. E. Davis will preach at the Methodist Church Sunday morning at 11 a.m. Sunday school will be at 9:45 a.m. At the Baptist Church the Rev. Ward Spencer will preach at 10:45 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday school will be at 9:45 a.m. Sunday school at the Summerville Presbyterian church Sunday at 9:45 a.m. The Rev. Everett Chambers will preach at the Bethel Baptist Church at 10:30 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday school will be at 9:30 a. m. and Junior BYF at 7:30 p.m. At the Kemper Baptist Church the P.ev. Errol Bosley will preach at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday school will be at 9 a.m. and BYF at 6 p.m. The Rev. James Hopper will preach at the Christian Church at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school will be at 9:30 a.m. and youth meeting at 6:30 p.m. Mass at St. John's Catholic Church will be at 8 a.m. by the Rev. Father Francis O'Hara. MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. GRAFTON, fll. —Today's teenagers actually crave more parental discipline thart they get, a Chicago judge told an audienoe of ?5 juvenile parole agent? and public officials at a meeting in Pere Marquette State Park Thursday. Speaking at a training seminar of the Illinois Youth Commission Judge Thomas E. Kluczynski, act Irtg chief justice of the circuli court of Cook county, declared that youth "want to be turned down occasionally" in their re quests for privileges, "When a boy asks for pet-mis sion to use the family car, he's sometimes happy to be refused," the judge stated. "He knows that a refusal means his.parents are seriously concerned about his welfare—and it means a lot to dim to know they really care." Home life and parental treatment are the basic factors in determining whether or not a child will become, delinquent, Judge Kluczynski asserted. "It isn't the child's fault that he's delinquent. It's the result of the situation in which he's been placed, and the guidance he's given." The judge frowned on the popular "punish the parents" theory of delinquency prevention. "We created the parents ourselves by the kind of philosophy we instilled in them 20 years ago," he said. "They should be re-educated—not punished." He criticized progressive education methods, and declared that teachers should be given the right to administer discipline. "When the teacher takes the place of the parent for five hours a day, he should have the right to act as a parent," the judge insisted. Other topics covered in the three-day meeting, which concluded Thursday, were drug addiction, juvenile laws, and supervisory techniques. Alton Police Lt. S. Harold Roberts was one of he speakers. Kane KANE. — Warren Greene re- urned home Wednesday from Jerseyville Hospital where he had been a patient the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bell and children of Saybrook came here Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bell and Mrs. Harry Varble. Everett Carrico, who has been a patient at St. John's Hospital in Springfield for the past month, was able to return to his home this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Clark and son, Ronald, of Alton, visited Wednesday with Mr. Clark's mother, Mrs. T. P. Clark and Mrs. Clark's mother, Mrs. Ross Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Harold DeShas- ier, Granite City, visited Tuesday with his brother, Harry DeShas- ler and family. Methodist Sunday School will convene Sunday at 9:30. At 10:35 he Rev. Richard Stowe will conduct worship services. There will be no evening services. Church School at the Church of LAST COFFEE BREAK AT BUND CIGAR STORE East End business men who are accustomed to a coffee break at the cigar store known best as Putze and Bund's, will have to find a new location as the store closed Thursday. It was sold to Harry Heraphill, left foreground, by owner Nils Ohlson, fourth from left, standing. Hemphill plans to remodel the building at 648 E. Broadway into offices for his real estate agency. A former owner, William Bund, sits with Hemphill at right. —Staff Photo. Hospital Notes William Vanmatre, Chicago, a rej christ wil1 be e in at 10 a - m - with Splinter Partle* Outlawed BURKESVILLE, Ky. A» - The Fiscal Court • outlawed whittling on the courthouse lawn and an* nounced offenders would be fined ;5 for each offense. The court said the wood shav- ngs were making too much litter, spending a week with Mrs. Masa Elliott. Eldon Stone and son, Bobby of Texas visited Wednesday with his aunt, Mrs. Ida Burns. Mrs. Fern Dugger, Hettick, is here caring for Mrs. Elsie Griffith. Farm Adviser and Mrs. Bert Sinclair and family returned to their home at Carlyle, 111,, Wed nesday after spending several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Piggott. Sinclair judged the 4-H livestock at the Jersey County Fair on Tuesday. Mrs. May Reed, Mrs. Rosa Wagenblast and Mrs. Arthur Barnett spent Monday in Litchfield with Mr, and Mrs. George Saathoff. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cline and family, St. Charles, Mo., spent Tuesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cline. Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD. — Members of the United Church Board held its regular monthly meeting Wednesday evening at the church. The Rev. Rodney Ruberg, chairman of the board, was in charge of the meeting. Robert Keele was elected to serve as vice chairman. Rollin Keele and Miss Ruth Sawtell were named to assist Mrs. Howard Leach, treasurer. Donald Engles was named chairman of the elders and Mrs. Wayne Bowman was named chairman of the deacons. J. R. Pursey was re-elected chairman o/ the trustees. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kallal and daughters have returned to their n.^ fifei*....* w. n * A*. i home ln DeKalb following a visit Read Telegraph Want Ads. here wW| his mo(her) Mrg> Rosa MANtPACTIWBi Of QVAUTf ||Kallal and family. Mia Trudy Long has returned II to her home after being a stir- AWNINGS POR M YUM* CAMPBELL !im OUR FOUNTAIN SPECIALTIES IM 6Nttral Avt, morning worship at 10:30. There will be no evening services, Baptist Sunday School convenes at 9:15 and worship services at 10:15, with the Rev. Darwin Rolens preaching. Family gospel hour will be at 7 p.m. Adding Insult to Injury MEMPHIS, Tenn. S-k motorist turned north into a one-way, southbound street, quickly halted and sat befuddled trying to figure what to do next. A truck came alongside and the driver yelled: "I don't know where you're going but the rest of us are coming back." Alton Memorial MEDICAL William Pike, Jerseyville. Danny Friemann, East Alton. Ely Savich, Godfrey. Renee Stone, HHJview. SURGICAL Charles Crawford, 3425 Meridocia Donna Kay Dean, Hartford Mrs. Edna Barnwell, 2923 Edsall. Mrs. Mildred Zimpel, East Alton. Mrs. Bernadine Farris, 3809 Oscar George Lazar, Fieldon. Mrs. Lena Mae Jones. Roxana. Mrs. Pearl Herring, 3717 Franor. Donald McLean, Edwardsville. DISMISSALS Homer Henke, Moro. Mrs. Barbara Kopsie, 3203 Duco. Mrs. Betty Titsworth, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Jane Broadbooks, 3005 Leverett. Mrs. Lucille Betz, 702 Euclid. Hubert Thornhill, 601 Mildred. VTrs. Lena Gibson, 2811 Residence. Steve Ostanik, East Alton. Gayle Deck, 2904 Shady. Doris Grizzle, 512 Williams. Mark Leonard, Houghton, Mich. Teresa Hull, 3810 Oscar. Harold Clark, 3208 Edwards. Mrs. Lucy. Tilton, 1204 Rixon. Miss Lucille Young, 801 Liberty. Robert Ball, Bethalto. Miss Sandra Price, St. Louis, Mo. Melvin Barnhart, Hartford. Lydia James, East Alton. Sue Ann Taylor, Godfrey. Wood River , Township MEDICAL Henry S. Abner, 506 Monroe, East Alton Mrs. Pruella M. West, Cottage Hills Lawrence A. Moore, Hartford Mrs. Ruth B. Haug, 408 East Penning Mrs. Ruth M. NoJker, 359 Penning Patrick D. Davies, Bethalto Mrs. Dora W. Boyd, Cottage Hills SURGICAL Orran J. Nelson, Rt. 1, Moro Mrs. Lida B. Dodson, Hartford Thomas D. La Boube, 340 Tenth Mrs. Virgle M. Blasingim, Cottage Hills David R. Moran, 619 George Richard A. Lewis, 2627 Plainview, Alton Lyndell \V. Ewell, Edwards, Cottage Hills DISMISSALS Mrs. Mary L. McMillen, St. Louis, Missouri Mrs. Arlyn R. Peek, Hartford Mrs. Connie M. Oster, 502 Bender, East Alton Leo J. Klekamp Jr., 629 Lincoln, East Alton William E. Fewell, Hartford Marsha K. Fewell, Hartford Roxanne Beckwith, 564 North Ninth Thomas L. Moxey, 31 South Thirteenth Mrs. Violet L. Esarey, 208 West St. Louis Ave., East Alton Mrs. Betty J. Witt, Roxana Jacqueline E. Stimac, Roxana St. Joseph'* MEDICAL Lilas Braxton, 2419 Elizabeth Ves Bland, 1216 Adams Richard Crane, 808a E. Broadway Mrs. Louise Demorast, 613 E. Ninth Street Charles Glasper, 2516 Locust , John Venardos, 445 Bluff Susan Stretch, 426 Dulaney, Wood River Mrs. Carl Carma,,Davis, 814 Beetree Lane, East Alton Mrs. Mable Maxwell, 250 Acton, Wood River DISMISSALS Mrs. Lena Dennison, 2349 Virden James Sutler, 1124 Beaumont Paul Hale, Brighton Mrs. Mary Ritchey, Jerseyville Charles Ethridge, 4500 College Mrs. Ruth Seidler, 1124 East Sixth Mrs. Shirley Seymour, 1028 Old Oak Dr., Rosewood Heights Mrs. Rosalie Maloney, 9 Woodcrest Drive Alfred Edwards, 626 East Fifth Mrs. Juanita Berry, Hartford Mrs. Grace Klunk, 804 State, Wood River Mrs. Betty Maher, Rt. 1, Alton Mrs. Jean Rizzoli, 1213 Armstrong Mrs. lea Owens, 901 Acton, Wood River Mrs. Freida Chambers, Rt. 2 Godfrey Richard Williams. 1017 Liberty Miss Rhonda Bridges, 1108 Main Marvin Turner, Cottage Hills Jersey Community MEDICAL Alois Gress, Hardin Mrs. Curtis Seidler, Hardin Mrs. Jerry Rice, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. Leslie Fryman, Jerseyville Gary Powell, Jerseyville Mrs. Paul Frilz, Brighton John Iletzer, Brussels Mrs. M<\rie Matthews, Hardin Harris Named Residence Center Bibleographer Dr. Alfred Harris. Southern U inois University librarian, has accepted a position as bibliographer for the university's resi dence centers, it was announcec .oday. • Head librarian of Shurtleff Col ege when it closed its doors in Tune, 1957, Harris assumed the same post under SIU when it es- ablished its Alton Residence Cener on the former Shurtleff cam- DUS last year. Offered a number of positions 'or the coming year, including a post at .SIU in Carbondale, he decided in favor of the work in jibliography, his specialty at the Jniversity of Michigan library >efore coming to Alton. Although Harris 1 time in the new position will be divided be- ween the residence centers in Alton and East St. Louis, his base of operations will remain in Al:on. Peter C. Nittolo, Columbia Uni versity M.S. in Librarianship, has Deen appointed associate librar ian at the Alton Center. Finance librarian at the Pru dential Insurance Company, New ark, N.J., immediately befor joining the SIU staff, he has ha previous university library ex perience at Cornell University and administrative experience a director of the Rochelle, N.Y Public Library. Street Names Sought HONOLULU ff — City planners a))d " are hard put to find names for ne streets in Honolulu. In the past, Hawaiian name have been used but most of thes have already been used up. Wors yet, dangers lurk in trying to con- bine English and Hawaiian word Said one city planner: "In worl ing out new names, we've actuall come up with some immor* words without knowing it." Misdirection BIRMINGHAM, Ala. JP — Mrs Peggy Croswhite was puzzlei when a book she receives eacl month from Detroit was severa days late in reaching her. Then she saw the stamp on the pack age: "Missent to Birmingham, gical patient at Alton Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Talkington have returned home from a vacation in Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wallner and sons have returned . home after vacationing in Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Parker and daughters have returned to their home in Kansas City following a visit here with his grandfather, A. E. Hall and wife. . Mr. and Mrs. Myron Eldred and James Brown were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Powers and family in Wood River, Mike McKee of Webster Grove, Mo., is visiting here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Woods. Miss Marilyn Wood of Alton is visiting here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Duckels. Mr. and Mrs, Leo Burns and daughter of Kemper were Sunday | evening guests of Mr. and Samuel E. Burns. L BELTONE Hearing Aid Company Hm |u» ftn» m a ntw booklet califd "How to Htar Ictttr, Ft«l Youngtr, fnjoy Uft More". For your fret copy tent in plain tuvtlop* writ* fa: Robinson Hearing Service 102 I, MOAOWAY ALTON, III, OR TClfPHON! 2-45*2 Open Toiigkt Till 0 P.M. 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