Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 16, 1958 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 16, 1958
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WEDNESDAY, JUMP II* 1951 ALTON EVENfNQ TELEGRAPH EYE ON TARGET Sharon Orrlll, of Mills Springs, in Godfrey, lines up With the bullseye". Instructor is Franklin Fraxier of the Alton Field Archers: Other instructors on duty when picture was taken were George Brooks and Willard Zahn.—Staff Photo. , / YW Program On Monticello Campus Has Banner Year GODFREY — The Monticello Summer Program of the YWCA and Godfrey Civic Association is having a banner year with children from six years on up taking advantage of A lot of new attractions. Teenagers are joining in the fun thii year, with more spirit because of the afternoon and evening hops at the Godfrey Civic Center in addition to plenty of sports and dips in the Monticello College pool. The pool is the all time favorite of the young people, in all levels. The sessions include swim lessons and "dips", the latter means just plain fun. Archery is one of the new attractions. About a dozen young people are under the training of volunteer members of the Alton Field Archers. There are other ways for the youngsters to take part in the program, including treasure and scavenger hunts, singing, games, group sports, hikes and.relays, plus educational projects such as craft work. Recreation director is Mrs. Andy Beck, Mrs. Leonard Sadowski is business manager and Mrs. Fred Haper it swimming -instructor at the Monticello campus program. There are some 14 young counselors who help the children. Ses •ions are held Tuesdays, Wednes days and Thursdays and will con ( tinue to Aug. 7. Godfrey Civic Association and the YW are co-sponsors of the project. Lyrical Threat to Morality NEW YORK S - The Rev. Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, noted preacher-author, writes in Look magazine that "smutty music" played over some radio stations is a threat to morality. He says; "Such music with its highly suggestive lyrics and its obviously sensual beat, can sap the moral fibre of our people, especially our teenagers." Jersey Cubs Will Visit New Salem JERSEYVILLE — Members ol Cub Pack, 59, sponsored by the First Methodist Church, will go on an educational tour Saturday Seven adults will accompany the 22 Cub Scouts and the toui will be in charge of Mr. and Mrs Harold Blackorby. The grou[ will meet at 9:30 a.m. at the Methodist Church and from then will be transported to the Col lege avenue station in Alter where they will take the trair for Springfield. At Springifeld they will take a bus for New Salem where thej will be' taken on a tour of the village. The group will returr by bus to Springfield and from there to Alton and be back ir Jerseyville shortly after 5 p.m Heavy Rain HiU Area JERSEYVILLE ~ Heavy ralm fell Monday evening and earl) Tuesday morning over much o the Jersey County area. Anothe heavy rain fell about 11:30 a.m Tuesday, and rain guages record ed more than two inches. Infants Baptised JERSEYVILLE — The sacra ment of baptism will be admin istered to, infants at the morning worship service Sunday at th First Presbyterian Church. Thi pastor, .the Rev. M. Edwards Breed, will preach on the topi "Pray With Your'Eyes Open.' Miss Betty Roth, soprano, wil sing the solo part of the antherr "Seek Ye-the Lord." The following Sunday, July'27 the sacrament of the Lord's Sup per will be observed at the morn Ing service of the church. • Read Telegraph Want Adi Dail> HEITZ OPTICAL PRESENTS ALICK OQQ ItYMnOU, ' **w ^k^rVMNF ^WPWJ^™ ALICE WRITES .... THANK VOII. AUCI • * Rtmtmbfr PartnU, ior that •pteia) bit ol aMtnUon cemt to— HEITZ OPTICAL M 9. WW »tM AJion, luimli • . (ftfrvt to W«i|» frtak FajrWn* Ut) •OHM I to I DAJLV ; . WWNC 1-1711 iervlM i, i liytfUu fre«()fifttlOM FUM .. t ,,, »1tled Jersey Class To Sponsor Smorgasbord Mrs. Sears an dtheir Diane and Pat, and the family will reside at Pahndale. Sears is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sears of Jerseyville who received a telephone from the famiJy^Monday telling ton, came to Jerseyvtffe fat* day to visit with hw ttwgtn, ifttt Barbara Gibtxjns at the fam* of her f»l«nts, Atty. aftd Mai. John P. Oibbwis. Members ot India's Assam SUM of their" safe '7rrivaT'1n'caTi'for S .! AsSembl y •" pressing for «j Ml* nia. He is an electrician and wasi a r y lncreas * fr '" fl «««>* w « JERSEYVILLE - The Willing in the crew servicing the new)* 50 * month - Shilkmg Wpdrts. Workers Class and thp WomeriVjet plane. 'HP returned via plane Society of Christian Service of; n bout a week ago to accompany the First Methodist Church are'his family bank to California. wlding a smorgasbord in the hurch room Thursday clock and the public is invited o attend. l^amlly Movr,* to California JERSEYVILLE -.Ralph Sears f Jerseyville, an employe of the ileDonnell Aircraft Corporation, eported for duty Tuesday at almdale, Calif., where he has been transferred by his com >any. He was accompanied by TIME F0RA DIP Mrs. Leonard "fee" Sadowskl, business manager for the YW and Godfrey Civic Association, Mbnttcello Summer Program, checks in a group 61 young people for the afternoon dip in the college JMMH. These are [topular sessions on hot days.—Stan Photo. t ersey.Youth Attending Conservation School JERSEYVILLE — William luffley, son of Mr. and Mrs. eonard Muffley o' Route 2, righton, • is attending the stU' ent training sessions of, the con- rvation school al> the. state fair rounds in Springfield being held om July 13 through .July 18. Muffley was sponspred by the erseyville Woman's Club and as awarded one of two conser- ation scholarships offered by the 3th Dis(rict of the Illinois Fed- •ation of Woman's Clubs. He ill be a Junior the coming year the Jersey . Community High chool and is 15 years of age. He is a member of the Conservation Club of the school of which Howard Groppel of thej faculty is sponsor, and has been an outstanding student in the conservation classes. Parents ol Soif JERSEYv7LLE—Mr. and Mrs. Harvey .Spears of Kampsville are parents of a son born at 3:23 a.m. Tuesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby has OFF THE BOARD ' Diver shows pretty good form as she takes off the board at the Monticello College swimming pool where swim lessons and dips keep the place ringing with shouts and splashes. Youngsters in foreground are more interested in camera than diver.—Staff Photo. V(s|(| Cmi8| JERSEYVILLE - Miss Mar-l SPtt lALtZlMQ Hf THE GENERAL FABRtCATtOft OP RODS HOME - veiling. .Serving begins at five aret G|bbon d „ o{ M T*ilit«ilr #1 b>,*l il**t **i*t*li Ml*>lt***ls.A.J . nd Mrs Marcus Gibbons of Ai- SHEETS I LIQUIDS FILMS FOR SCHOOL UTOfSfRY SANELITE ILIACH Gallon Home Delivery Phone 4-1878 Custom Gutting of •OAT WINOSHIILOS Copt Plastics Rt. 1M. H Ml. West ot N« Alton. Phone S-2MI ' "PLEASE DONT FOROET-RCSCftVE THIS DATE" - FRIDAY, JULY 25th "ANNUAL SUMMER FESTIVAL" FRANKLIN MASONIC TEMPLE SPONSORED BY ALTON DEMOLAYS AND RAINBOWS THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME. Your Support of Our Youth^Work Will Be Appreciated. been named Ricky Lee and he weighed six pounds six ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones of Hardin and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mitchell Spears of Kampsville and is a great grandson of BP 1 Kremer. This Is the couple's first child. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK P. N. HIRSCH & CO All Stores Open Friday Night Till 9 P. M. Shopping Center Stores Open Monday Till 9 P. M. CRISP COTTONS for COMFORT B A. Check charmer with rhlnestone-touched lasvrt at square neck, bow tied shoulders» two Inch hem. in BLACK, RED or BROWN. B. i-Z-ZJP* through summer In this fay floral. .Wide collared V-neckline, MI patch pooketf. I» ROSE, BLUE or ULACoa white. C. Sleeveless for summer with bow ties on patcfc poclwts, beautifully gathered 111111, I" *•*, fide pJ»ok»t. BLUE, R08K or UUC. Opt" lv*ry Mdty am 'Til f P.M. •••••••••••••••••J ' Alton Plaza Shopping Center 1800 East Broadway . Downtown Wood River »<i E. 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