Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 12, 1958 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 12, 1958
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SATUROA?, 12, 1SS8 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Eastern Stare Meet At Graf ton ,«• thirty-five «etn* ben attended the meeting of the Grafton Order of the Eastern Star* Thursday evening at the Masonic Temple, A SOdal hoar followed the bosl- new meeting with refreshments served tram a table decorated in the Patriotie theme by the hostesses Mm. P, L, Cruil, Mrs. Roy Shellenberg, Mrs. Herbert Dabbs, Mrs. Oeorgle tiealey, Mrs. Mara Wieneke and Mrs. Zoa Healey. cknfvRll (3RAPTON— Mrs. Ray doll was elected president of the Mothers Softball team which was recently organized. Other officers elected were, Mrs. Wilbur Wallace, vice president; Mrs. Hubert Bates, secretary; Mrs. Paul Brown, treasurer; Mrs. A. Glsy, manager; and Mrs. R. Vanausdoll, coach. Mrs. Louis Jones, Mrs. Rose Buckner, Mrs. Fred Armstrong, Mrs. Richard Pohlman, Mrs. Horn ie Womack, Mrs. Duane Hayes, Mrs. W. V. Hempel, Mrs. James DeSherlia, Mrs. Charles Eberlin, Mrs. Leroy Gates and Mrs. Carman Murrell. A game is scheduled for tonight against the husbands. Taken to Hospital GRAFTON -Miss Kathryn O'Donnell was moved by Jacoby Brothers Ambulance from her home to St. John's Hospital in St. Louis Thursday evening lor medical treatment. Grafton Note* GRAFTON — Members of the Pep Music club of the grade school were accompanied by Mrs. Don Wallace to Jerseyville Thursday where they marched in the parade at the county fair. Mrs. Glenn Howlett left Thurs : day morning for a vacation trip to Florida. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spooner of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Crader i<l Miss May titey ef „ , twsre. dttnrer goeftt of Mi*, ami Mi*, tt. W> Camirtilt r evening. Mrs,. Albert tflaasmsn and daughter of Chicago are visiting this week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paal Plummer. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dunlope and daughter, Mildred, and Mrs. Stella Orr and Mrs. Fannie Slaten at* terided the Jersey County Fair Thursday. Miss Rose Wardein attended ._ neral set-Vices for August Fessler Thursday morning at St. Michoet's Church in Beltrees. The Rev. Mi. chael Sheehy of the St. Patricks Church, Grafton, officiated. Proceeds from the fish try recently sponsored ,by the Grafton Baseball Junior Booster Club netted about $500. The money will be used for operating expenses of the club and to make improvements on the ball diamond. White Hall WHITE HALL - Miss Agnes Wyatt, daughter of Mrs. Iva Wyatt of Roodhouse, and Junior Ray Dawdy, son of Francis Dawdy of this city, and the late Fefa Daw dy, were married last Saturday at the home of the bridegroom's father. Following a wedding trip to South Dakota the .newlyweds will reside in this city. The bridegroom is employed by the Western Cartridge Company, East Al ton. Mr. and Mrs. Grover E. Sparks spent this week in Chicago. Mr. Sparks is president of the Lions Club and attended the Lions convention. The White Hall School class of 1938 held its first reunion Saturday evening at the high school with families of the members as guests. Four members of the class are deceased: Bob Brickey, who passed away several years ago; Lloyd Bryant, Vincent Thomas, and Edward Fenify, who were killed in action during World War I. The regular meeting of the White Bulk of Medora Area Wheat Harvest Complete MfiDORA — The wheat harvest in the Medora area said to be about three>fourths over. Rain Friday will stop the to. harvesting for a few days. M. F. Dodge- of the Medora elevator reported the largest yield of the grain brought in was 61 pushels pee acre. The biggest day's amount of grain received was 23,000 bushels. The average yield per acre was re* ported to be 45 bushel. Dodge said up until Friday the elevator had received 125,000 bushels of the grain. The larger part of the grain lias been placed in the storage bins at the elevator. Some has been shipped by rail to Alton and other quantities trucked to St. Louis. Ladles Aid Meeting MEDORA - Mrs. L. E. Wilton and Mrs. George Nixon were hostesses to the Ladies' Aid Society of the Summerville Presbyterian Church at the Wilton dome Thursday. The meeting was opened by the vice president, Mrs, Charles Scharfehberg, and Mrs. H. E. Warner led In prayer. Mrs. William Searles and Mrs. Charles Mra cnarfC of devotions. cats ttimd <m (MAM MEDORA — Mrs. b. A. Ploger suffered two gashes en her right hand Thursday at noon as ihe attempted* to take two ice tea glasses out of the cupboard, tn some Wy the glasses broke and she suffered t>rte cut ort her thumb and another in the palm of her hand. She was taken td Jersey Community Hospital, whete six stitches were aken to close the wounds. Helping Hand Society MEDORA-The Helping Hand Society met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bess Carter. Mrs. George Barnes had charge of devotions and Mrs. fane Shields led in prayer. A Jible quiz was conducted by tfrs. Louis Richardson. Mrs. James gave a reading, "Husbands n the Bible" and Mrs. Carter read 'The Unheard Sermon." Games vere provided for recreation. Present were: Mrs. William McCrellis, Mrs. Charlotte Kemper Mrs. Lillie Forwood, Mrs. Ollie Kemper, Mrs. Nolle G o r- lam, Mrs. James Strunk, Mrs. Prather, Mrs. Louis Richardson, Mrs. Mary M e t- calfe, Mrs. George Barnes, Mrs. jertrude Gwlllim, Mrs. W. E. Cline, Mrs. Jane Shields, Miss essie Barnes, Mrs. Addie Hall Jaycees was held this week at Myrt's Cafe. Officers for 'he current year - are N. J. Bucklin, president; Robert McCollister, vice president; Bill Goben, secretary; and Robert French, treasurer. John Early is the immediate past president. A new member, Bob Me- Collom, was welcomed into the club. Miss Genon Keeney and Miss Mary Lou Ricks have returned home from a vacation trip to Pasadena; Calif., where they visited (xenon's sister, Miss Louise Keeney, who is a R.N. in Hunnington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena. cftett, Mrs. Bess Carter, MEDORA — Mrs. Lawrence Thurm of Ridgecrest, CaHf., and Mrs. Addle Pfitchett, Lake Worth Fla., are visiting their rtiotlier and sister, Mrs. toate Peebles. Mrs. Wende-11 Warner and children, who were up from Alton, were guests on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Renken and George Albert Quakenbush, North Haven, Conn., were supper guests Wednesday evening of herjj brother, Forrest Quakenbush and! family. Shiftman at Picnic SH1PMAN—Mrs. Charles Simpson of Springfield was honored at! a picnic at the Melvln Stone home] Wednesday evening. Guests were: Mrs. Emma Reader and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Strohbeck all of Brighton; Mrs. Sophia Breitwiser, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Breitwiser and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Breitwiser and family. It Makes Sense MILWAUKEE (AP)— "What's the dark?" asked Master Tom Riley, age 5. "It's something that comes out in the middle of the night," answered his brother, Master Jim Frit- Kiley, age 3. OPEN SUNDAY 8 A. M. TO 12 NOON CHOKE AND MEATS AVAILABLE NOTTOLI SUPER MARKET Highland & Gold Sts. In fib* thought our expositors crncf prospective customers are entitled to a better understanding of the complete SAFETY of (heir funds at our FIRST NATIONAL IN ALTON, we are pleased to present an explanatory summary of our report to the Comptroller of the Currency, as of June 23, 1958 ... Behind these figures you will find a sincere desire to serve the individual... to help business grow ... to Jbui/d a better community..... If you have any questions concerning this report, we will gladly discuss Ibem with you... RESOURCES CasK on Hanoi and Due from Banks $ 7,710,286.80 Th* actual eash in our raults and en deposit with the Federal Reserve Book and commercial banks. This cash provides for the daily needs •I customers and assures ample funds in principal financial centers to handle payment of •hecks no matter where they are presented. United States Government Securities 13,083,277.78 Fully guaranteed obligations of the U. S. Government Our bank's investments in U. S. Government Bonds are short term issues, readily convertible into cash. 6,792,250.51 Other Securities • • Our invMttm«nt in high grade obligations consisting of various municipal and corporate bonds. Thoso top grad* municipal bonds or* obligations of bighly-raUd titits, counties and school districts. Loans and Discounts 9,465,677.77 Loans to local persons, businesses and institutions. A wide range of community activities are sustained by these loans for business requirements, and personal needs, including real estate mortgages. Bank Building 475,000,00 This figure represents the seven story fire-proof building at Third and Belle Streets and adjoining property. The bank occupies the basement and first and second floors. The rest of the building houses various offices of business and professional people. Other Assets 89,664,21 Drafts, checks and various items in process of collection. TOTAL $37,816.157.07 LIABILITIES Deposits $33,866,114.76 This is the total of the money belonging to our many customer!. SAFETY OF 'THESE FUNDS AT ALL TIMES IS OUR FIRST CONSIDERATION. Other Liabilities 72,766.87 This is future income on certain types of notes on which interest is accounted for in advance. CAPITAL $1,000,000.00 SURPLUS-- 1,250,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS 1,115,898.71 311,376,73 TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS and $ 3,677,275.44 These funds represent money invested in our bank by its stockholders plus accumulated earnings retained during many years of successful operation for the protection of depositors. TOTAL $37,616,157.07 •ANK ft TRUST COMPANY SwsBBP SBBM ^^IP iBJBBP BjBJBJBB BjBjBjBMMP *JBs»Bi ^^B(BJ|BP^ BUBjl ^BP THIS* AN» BUM IfMBfS ••MM! FEDBRAt DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Ai/rear, unwell MEMBER FEDERAL RESBRVE IYITBM This Is Edward N. Palen President and Manager RADIO STATION WOKZ INVITING YOU TO ATTEND THE WOKZ OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, JULY 13 12 NOON TO 9 P.M. ALL WEEK. JULY 14 THRU 20 9A.M. TO 9P.M. Located On The Godfrey Road (U.S. 67) MILES NORTH OF ALTON CITY LIMITS Bring The Family! Come As You Are! WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION FOR THE FINE JOB DONE BY THE FOLLOWING LOCAL FIRMS! Kane Plumbing and Heating 255 SOUTH 6Hi ST., WOOD RIVER, ILL. Plumbing Work C. B. Heudecker 108 ARCH ST., ALTON, ILL. Lathing, Plastering, Acoustical Tile Orville Beiser 512 VINE ST., ALTON, ILL, Concrete Work Alton Brkk Co. NORTH ALIY ST., ALTON, ILL. Brick Materials Clay East Supply Co. ROUTE 3, GODFREY, ILL. Indiana Stono Ginter-Wardein Lumber •0 HENRY ST., ALTON, ILL Building Materials Jack C. Smith 1457 HINRY ST., ALTON, ILL. Complete Masonry Work Central Electric Co. 511 RIDGE ST., ALTON, ILL. Wiring, Electrical Work • J. Frank Rowden & Son 214 W. DILMAR, GODFREY. ILL. Excavating, Ditching, Parking Lot Service e. J & A Springman GODFREY, ILL. Interior Decorations, • City Fuel and Supply MONT ft RIDGE STS., ALTON, ILL. Redi-Mix Concrete • Stoke Lumber Co. 130 NORTH HALLIR ST., WOOD RIVIR, ILL Building Supplies • Economy Linoleum SSf E. MOADWAY, ALTON, ILL Interior Decorating • Canham Sheet Metal 1410 PEARL ST., ALTON, ILL Heating, Air Conditioning, Sheet Metal Fred W. May 30 W, MATHIR ST., ALTON, ILL Painting and Decorating r B I\B 00 I I CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BUILDER «* DEVELOPER

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