Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 23, 1956 · Page 9
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MONDAY, JULY 23, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Upper Alton News Events Have New* or Want t* Ohnt? Pliotie S-6MH CARKFUL CttOOKS GET LITTLE CASH FOR PAINS Meticulous burglars got only $14.55 for their pains in entering R home on Main street over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sehudel of 809 Main said they discovered the theft on their return Sunday, 10 p.m., from their summer cottage near Nutwood. Burglars had carefully removed a window fan to gain entry to the kitchen. When they left they replaced the fan. They cautiously unscrewed hinges from a cedar chest and laid the lid on a bed. They went about the house neatly closing all the Venetian blinds. This was one of the tips which indicated to Mrs. Schudcl that the house had been entered, "I never close my blinds," she said. She noted that as soon as she stepped inside the door. Twelve dollars ' were taken from a bedroom dresser, $1 from a kitchen cabinet and 55 cents from a kitchen drawer, police said. The burglars must have labored hours for the small haul. 3VILITON FIRK DKl'ARTMKNT TO MEET TONIGHT Milton Volunteer Fire Department will meet tonight, 7:30, at the fire station. Reports will be heard on the which was held out, a spokesman annual picnic last month. Discussion also will be held on the street sign campaign which has virtually been completed. EXPLORER POST 157 OFF FOR NEW MEXICO Explorer Post 57 left Sunday for Philmont Scout Ranch near! optional. Cimari-on, N.M. WEATHER HONESTY IS NOT THE BEST POLICY needed fumigating themselves," he said. It was the first fire call the department had had in several weeks. Adequate rain this year has reduced the usual fire hazards. REPORTS PILFERING OF AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Miss Nadine Green, 2040 Orchard Blvd., reported to police that her car was stripped of several accessories Sunday night. The car was parked in the 1400-block of East Fourth street. Missing, she told police, were two mirrors from the sunvisors, a city license sticker, four floor mats and a mirror from the spotlight. MINOR ACCIDENT AT COLLEGE, RODDERS A minor automobile accident occurred at College and Rodgers avenue about 7:30 this morning. Drivers were listed as Everett Scott of Rt. 1, Brighton, and Jesse O. Pace, 111 Lorena Ave., Cottage Hills. Both cars were traveling west in College. Police said Scott stopped to make a left turn into Rodgers and was struck from the rear by Pace's car. Pace told police he skidded on the wet pavement*GAT NINETY CLUB , TO MEET AUG. fl Gay Ninety Club will meet Aug. 9 at Rock Springs Park pavilion. Other plans were made at the 1955 meeting but these will not be carried said Picnic style refreshments will be served, Exchange of gifts is The post, sponsored by the Milton Volunteer Fire Department, Folks who have moved into will be away from Alton 20 days, j the Upper Alton area from djs . They will be traveling eight days tant places in the past few yearg and spend 12 at the ranch. Overnight stopping points on the way there and back include camps, state parks, and one Air Force base. They will travel in their own bus, Eckford J. de- Kay, post adviser, said. Eighteen explorers will make the trip. At the 200-square-mile Philmont ranch, they will spend the first three days in an orientation and training period, including horseback riding. The last nine days will be used in making a back pack trek through the Rockies. Post 57 members previously were at the ranch in 1952. Thoes going on the trip are: Raymond Anderson, Jim Brown, David Byrnes, Gus Catanzaro, Jack Clayton, Dale Daniel, Lloyd Eaken, Gary Graham, J i ra Gormley, Darrell Jenkins, Harry Jordan, Melvin McCann, Bob Minsker, Darrell Rich, Edgar Schmidt, Ronald Schmitt, and Arthur Stuart, all of Post 57, and Gerry La Marsh of Post 70, Wood River. KNTERS HOSPITAL FOR TREATMENT Clinton (Jack) Clnmpin Jr., 3848 Horn Ave., is in Alton Memorial Hospital for treatment of an abdominal ailment. He entered Friday but it is not known when he will be discharged. His condition is satisfactory. I IREMEN RACE TO HOME, FIND BUGS CAUSE SCARE Milton Volunteer Fire Department members .were called out about noon Saturday to check an alarm that turned out to be something less than reported. The fire truck rushed to the liome of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Markel, 3203 Edsall Ave., after a neighbor called and said, "You'd better come, the smoke is just a-booming out of the house." Firemen were experienced and knew if that was so they had a tough fight on their hands. When i hey arrived the smoke was still "a-booming." But the first sniff caused the firemen to call off the dogs. "It smelled like sulphur," one of them said this morning, "and we had been in that situation below." What had happened was that when Mr. and Mrs. Markel got up that morning they "saw a big spider" in the house and decided to fumigate. They burned several sulphur candles after locking the house. Then they and their two children left for the day. The fumes were supposed to stay in the house for about six hours. When the sulphur smoke begun to wisp out of the windows the alarmed neighbors, who did not know about the fumigating, called the fire department. Firemen entered the house anyway. "Things have been so slack lately we needed the practice," one of them said, One of the firemen who did not enter had his own interpretation. "Those guys that went In there are getting their lumps these days. This one fellow on College avenue called to tell about a friend of his who came from Minnesota to live here three years ago. "I heard so many gripes about the terrible summers in Alton from this fellow," this guy said. What kind of answer could you have \vhen the thermometer was tickling the high 90's and in that one gosh-awful summer when it rose above 100 regularly and on one day hit 113? But now the "new" arrivals are getting it back double strength. What we are having this year is typical of this area's summers, they are being told. You just got here at the wrong time. There must be dozens of these people who got their first look at an Alton summer through those torrid recent summers. Thi? fellow on College says he sure at the sights, a guest said. HILLCRE8T HOUSE KIDS PROGRAM 18 A SUCCESS Summer recreation session at the Hillcrest Community House, 934 Main St., indicate a successful year. Some 75 to 90 children are taking advantage of the three weekly morning sessions from 9:15 to 11:30. Children in three age levels are doing such things as clay modeling, weaving, learning early American dances, square dancing, singing games, folk lore and other skills. The project is sponsored jointly by the YWCA and a group of Lutheran women. The Lutheran women assist with the work and serve refreshments to the children at recess. Mrs. Forrest Conkrell, is the immediate supervisor, and represents the YWCA. The sessions will continue Only two more weeks. Anyone is eligible to register for the remaining sessions. The project already lias had six successful weeks, Mrs. Cockrell said. SIGN REMOVED FROM MASONIC GROUNDS A large sign advertising the recent summer fsetival at Franklin Masonic Lodge on Washington avenue was removed, police were told today. The sign was found behind the car of Orville Brown of Godfrey late Saturday night where it was parked in the 800 block of Henry St. Police were given a license number. Two youths are suspected. The sign was more than two feet wide and seven feet long. 2 CARS HIT BY CAR THAT DRIVES ON Damage to two automobiles was reported to the police at 7:35 p.m. Sunday after they were reportedly struck in the 1200 block of College avenue by-a third vehicle which fajled to stop after the accident. The two cars struck were proceeding east in College, one driven by Paul G. Moeden of 2663 N. Rodgers Ave., the other by Christine F. Sadich of 433 Anna Ave., Wood River. Each was damaged on the left rear fender. The drivers told a policeman their cars were hit by a vehicle which suddenly swerved to the southerly side of the street in passing. HOT COUGHS UP N1CKLE, SAVES PARENTS DOLLARS A five-year-old boy coughed up a nickel and saved his parents a few dollars. Michael Knipping, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Scheibe, 824 Brown St., was rushed to St. Jos- A daughter, weighing oipht pounds, eight ounces, was born o Mr. and Mrs. Hubert F. Fairess Jr., Rt. 1, Bethalto. at 5:49 a.m. Sunday in Wood River !"ownship Hospital. She has teen named Linda Leigh. They have a son, Jesse Wade, 2. knows he is making a mistake by talking about this summer as typical. He'll pay for that later when the weather begins to sizzle either ' later this year or next. But he couldn't resist using the "knife" on this Minnesotan. He really should be saying, he said, that this summer is about as unusual as those torrid summers were. The area's summer weather is somewhere between a sweat and a chill. Not either one of the extremes. MRS. DAVID WILSON HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. David Wilson, of 3705 Coronado Dr., was honored Saturday afternoon at a birthday dinner at the home of her motli- er, Mi's. Mary Browning, 1220 Spaulding Ave. Attending were: Mrs. Mary Duley and daughter Mary Ann; David Wilson, husband of the honoree, and their sons, Charlie, Glen and Tommy. Out-of-town guests included: Mrs. Anna Belle Daenzlinger, Elmer Green, of Belleville; Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Jenkins and their children, Karen, DarrelH- Sregory, and Allen, from J ensile, Ohio. She received gifts and congratulations. The out-of-town guests were taken on a tour of Alton and they expressed plea- eph's Hospital, Saturday, about 6:15 p.m., after he accidentally swallowed a nickel, The boy was treated and X-rays were in order if the nickle did not take care of itself. When the boy arived home he coughed it up. Godfrey Group Will Discuss Park District GODFREY — Further discussion on establishment of a Godfrey Park District will take place at a meeting of the Civic Association at the Civic Center tonight, 8 o'clock. Godfrey Firm Expands GODFREY — Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ritchey of Clifton Terrace are expanding their business facilities. They are erecting a 30x40 showroom on their property for the display of Ritchey Home Supply Co. appliances. Ritchey, Godfrey township supervisor, will not stand for election when his term expires next spring. The growing business has taken too much of his time, he has said. Bombay is to have India's first "Express" highways, so the 39,220 cars "bottled up" in the city may have a less tortuous way of reaching the hinterland. Summer and Fall Fashion* Save M* OpM FrMoys > Moastays Until f p.m.] SHOE SALE WOMEN'S STYLES! WESTERN SHOE STORE 104-04 EAST MOADWAY IN THE EAST END Prlw*> Reduced up to H Price on All Other Men'*. Women's, CniMreu'. Fin* quality Shoe*. EXPLORER POST 3 members of Upper Alton Baptist Church who are n route to Philmont Ranch, at Cimarron, N. M. Thirteen youths and leader, Mark Patterson, will return early next month. They are pictured Saturday at the College Avenue Railroad Station before boarding a train on the first leg of their journey.—Staff Photo. Announcements of Births Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Grovr of South Roxana, are announc- ng the birth of their seventh child and fourth daughter at 8 a.m. Sunday in Wood Rivc-r 'ownship Hospital weighing sev- •n pounds, 12 ounces. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frederich H. Milhime, Cottage Hills, at 3 p.m. Sunday n Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stuthelt of Kansas City, Mo., are announcing the birth of a son. Mark Thomas. The baby weighed seven pounds, 12 ounces at birth at 10 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Stutheit, •he former Miss Geraldine Tague, is a granddaughter of Mrs. Ethel Tague of 2708 View- and Ave. S/Sgt. and Mrs. Alton Ray of Ht. 1, Moro, are parents of a son, Bruce Allen, born Saturday in Scott Air Force Base, Belleville. The baby, their third hild, weighed seven pounds and !1 ounces. Their other children are Brenda, 3%, and Bradley, . Sgt. Ray is currently sta- :5oned with the Air Force in Japan. Donald Johnson of 20.") Wilson St., South Roxana, for a son, corn at. 4:35 a.m. Sunday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The Eldred of White Hall. The paternal grandfather is Oscar Chancy of Alton. HUMAN BONKS IN DIET Mothers in Pogu, 45 miles from baby i Rangoon, Burma, are reported bj Mr. and Mrs. Gary Goblg ol 2478 Sylvan Lane have given the name of Gregg Henry to a son, born Friday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby, their first child, weighed seven pounds and one ounce. Mrs. Goble is the former Miss Ethel Schmidt. The name of Gary Albert has been selected by Mr. and Mrs. BEAUTY SALON Second Floor Balcony Air Conditioned PHONE 2-7131 FEBRUARY BARGAINS BUDGET C COLD WAVE Contour Cuts ... 1.50 Appointment Not Always " tin* Vour Charge Account weighed seven pounds and 14 ounces. They have two other children, Larry, 6. and Susan, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Darvin Channy of Rt. 1, Godfrey, have announced the birth of a son. whom they have named David Randolph. The baby, their first child, was born at 3:10 p.m. Sunday in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing seven pounds, 11 ounces. Mrs. Chaney is the former Miss Doris Eldred, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Paul visitors to bo feeding their chil dren on a paste made by grinding up human bones. Their explana tion is that they are attempting to immunize them against smallpox. Personal Notes Mr. and Mrs. James E. Mahoney and son, James III, of Notre Dame, Ind., arrived Saturday night to visit Mr. Mahoney's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Mahoney, 71.4 Wood River Ave., Wood River, and with Mrs. Mahoney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hanselmnn, 201 Eighth St., Wood River. When they return home Wednesday, their daughters, Mary Ann, Peggy t.cr and Maureen Ellen, houseguesls of Dr. and Mrs. Mahoney for the last two weeks, vvill accompany them. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Kane and children, Christine and Mike, of Kansas City, Knn., spent the weekend with Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Kane and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Langen. Lawrence Finkes of Wyona, Okla., left today after a two weeks' visit with his niece, Mrs. H. C. Forbes, 1500 Sparks Ave. Miss Joan Wenzel of New York City, is spending a two weeks' vacation visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Audley N. Sullivan, 2306 Fairview Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Russo. Rt. 1, Godfrey, hnve returned from a vacation trip. They visited relatives and friends in Milwaukee, Wis., and attended a three-day regional convention for employes of an insurance company and their families at Mack- inaek Island, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bates of Tulsa, Okla., who spent, the weekend with Mrs. Bates' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pmil B. Cousley, 437 Bclleview Ave., left this morning for a. brief visit in Kansas City, Mo., with relatives of Mr. Rntos on their return homo. They were accompanied by Hope Cousley. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Cousley, 1821 Seminary St., for a week's visit. Miss Mary Drumm has returned to Chicago after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Harry Drumm. She was called home by the death of hnr father. Mrs. Ethel Tague of 2708 Viewland Ave., returned last weekend from Anaheim, Calif., where she had visited for seven months with her sons, Roy and Ray Tague, and their families. KIPPERS FOR CANADA An aroma is earning dollars for Britain — the smell of kippers — London reports. Canada has developed a taste for kippers but fish curers there, it is said, have not been able to produce the same strong tang, so large consignments are being shipped from England. Godfrey Twp. Office., Closed W Day*, Now Open GODFREY — Godfrey township office was opened today after being closed 10 days because of the Illness of Mrs, Nevn Zimmerman, tax collector. Mrs. Zimmerman was Infected with a severe case of poison ivy from which she la now recovering. She is highly susceptible to the irritant weed and the rash spread over her face, even entering her eyes and under the lip. She was treated at home. 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