Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 24, 1956 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 24, 1956
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TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Upper Alton News Events News 6r W*Dt fo Chnt? Phono 8-«HM« ES SURGERY AT WOOD RIVER •Mrs. Loren Corrigan, 613 Leonard St.. is In Wood River Township Hospital where she underwent abdominal surgery Monday. Her condition is satisfactory. She entered Sunday but it is not known when she will be discharged. In other cases: Anthony Aiello, a one-time resident, is in Barnes Hospital recovering from major chest surgery. He resided here until about five years ago when he moved lo Detroit, Mich. He has been in the St. Louis hospital for the past, two weeks. He is now permitted visitors. Eugene Kessinger, 638 Wink- Icr St., is in St. Joseph's Hospital where he underwent surgery Monday. Kessinger had two infected growths under his arm, a member of the family said, and the infection threatened to spread. His condition Is satisfactory but it is not known when he will bo discharged. The Alton Box Board Co. employt entered Saturday. Mrs. Emma F. Fisher, 514 Brookside Ave., is in Wood River Township Hospital for treatment of an abdominal ailment and possible surgery. Her condition is satisfactory. She entered Sunday but it is not known when she will be discharged. Samuel Laughland, 806 Maurice St., is in Alton Memorial Hospital for a series of tests and X-rays. He entered Sunday but it is not known when he will be discharged. His condition is satisfactory. REPORTS WHEEL, TIRE STOLEN Thomas Fichtel, 3605 Gary St., reported that a wheel and tire was stolen from his pickup truck, Monday. Report was made to the police in the morning. Fichtel said that the car was parked in front of his home. CUB PACK 18 HAS SWIMMING PARTY Cub Pack 18 of Washington School had a swimming party Saturday night at Camp Warren Levis. Cubs and their parents attended. Refreshments were served at the lodge following the swim. A court of honor was held. Following boys, with their parents, received awards; Johnny Gould, bob cat; Steven Dennis, gold arrow; David Edland, wolf badge; Oran Childers, wolf badge; Bob Kolkmeyer, lion book; Jim Duckels, bear book. The pack will have a watermelon feast at Rock Spring Park, Aug. 18. MARK HEADLEY BACK . FROM; FISHING TRIP Mr. find Mrs. Mark Headley, 2304 Judson Ave., have returned from Minnesota where fishing luck was good. They caught the limit of crap-*pie every day for the four days they fished in lakes near Alexander. Headley, operator of Pietown Barber Shop, said they brought back plenty of fish. They also caught walleyes. The couple returned to Alton through the Wisconsin Dells. The barber said there were several Alton area residents fishing In that part of Minnesota which is about 125 miles northwest of Minneapolis. VISITS ILL BROTHER IN ST. LOUIS HOSPITAL Mrs. Dorothy Patterson of Seovell street spent the weekend in St. Louis visiting her brother, George Heavner of Pittsfield, who is in Barnes Hospital. Heavner was moved there last week for treatment and possible surgery. UPPER ALTON WCTU TO MEET THURSDAY Upper Alton Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet Thursday, 2 p.m., at the Upper 41ton Baptist Chim-h. All members are invited and they are urged to bring a friend. TO LEAVE ON TRIP TO WISCONSIN IXHJGE Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Boseh- rrt and two children, of 2814 Grandview Ave., will leave for a week's stay in Wisconsin this Saturday. They will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schrimpf, 3507 Biseayne Ave., and their three children, Bos-chert said. The families will be guests at a lodge near Delavan. Mrs. Boschert is in Alton Memorial Hospital for a series of routine checks but she is expected to be discharged Wednesday. She entered Sunday. Her condition is satisfactory. LIXntEST HOUSE PROGRAM TO AUG. 17 Hillcrest Community House recreation program will continue until Aug. 17, it was announced today. It was stated in a story here Monday that it would close in two weeks. Children may register for the Monday, WeHnesllay and Friday sessions at any time. The staff is composed of Mrs. Forrest Cockrell and Miss Barbara of the YWCA and the following members of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Council of Lutheran Churches. Mrs, Lou Furtwenglcr, Mrs. A. G. Twenhafel, Mrs. Martin Leimbach, Mrs. Oscar Keller, all j of Alton; Mrs. Lorman Wehling, Mrs. Elmer Gruen and Mrs. Theodore Marth Sr.. of Cottage Hills; Mrs..Norman Richey of Rosewood Heights; and Mrs. Kenneth Bode of Hartford. The auxiliary members are in charge of Bible stories, games and serve the refreshments. Sessions of the program are held in the morning. BROTHERHOODS MEET AT SALEM PRESBYTERIAN Men's Brotherhood of Salem- Woodburn - Zion Presbyterian churches met Monday night at Salem Presbyterian on Seminary road. "<* Recordings of addresses made at the National Council of Presbyterian Men's convention in Chicago last March were played. One was a speech by Billy Graham. In other news: ' The Sunday school and church picnic will be held on the church grounds Wednesday. Program will start at 5 p.m. and a basket picnic supper will be eaten at 6:30. It is an all-community picnic. The Every-Member Canvass which opened last Sunday is continuing through this week. Deacons are visiting homes of members. It was announced that the Gideons will be in charge of the service at the Salem church, Aug. 5. The Rev. John Yundt, pastor, will have as his sermon topic next Sunday, "Sacrifice, Living or Dead." MRS. THERESA IJNDLEY IS 90 YEARS OLD TODAY Mrs. Theresa Lindley, 2107 Washington Ave., is 90 years old today. Women of the College Avenue Presbyterian Church who were active with Mrs. Lindley in various church enterprises were guests this afternoon. The nonegenarian had a stroke about eight years ago but recovered from it satisfactorily. She is able t<- be up and around. She reads, sews carpet rags, and watches television as recreation. Her husband, Horace Lindley, died in 1924. He was employed for many years at Western Military Academy. She makes her home with her daughter, Miss Louise Lindley. She has a son, William Lindley, who operates a farm near Shipman owned by the Lindleys. Two other daughters died, Mrs. Dervis Long, in 1949, and Mrs. Paul Camp, in 1953. KOCIIERSPERGER FAMILY MEMBERS HAVE REUNION Four brothers and a sister had a reunion Monday night, the first in about 15 years. They were: Fred, Will, Harry, and Walter Kochersporger and Mrs. Mary Hochler. Another sister, Mrs. Dora Middlefwart, of San Diego, Calif., was not able to attend. The reunion was held at Onized Club room. Some of the members of the families of the brothers and sisler attended, making about 40 nt the reunion. Harry Kooherspergcr is from Monrovia, Calif. His daughter, Mrs. Eileon P;m'ue, and her two children accompanied him from California. They are guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hechler of Humbert road. Walter Kocherspergpr is from Evansville, Ind. He also is a house guest of the Hechlers. Mrs. Florence llaynes, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Hechler, and her son, were not at the reunion. Thty are in Florida for an indefinite vacation. MR. AND MRS. LUFT BACK FROM NEW YORK Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luft, 182fr-Semtrmry—Str;—and—srmr Cosud! $ Cotton surrah stripe, eleanly tailored with nice understatement . . . featuring a patented cut-out skirt as a nice accompaniment to the white- collared jacket. Black and white with Red, Brown or Blue. Sizes 8-16. A* Soon in Chaim Wt «ivt Md R«**m STAMPS Air-Conditioned for Yow Comfort KATHERINE-K CORSET SHOP (OVER GRANT'S) Mi W. >rt SI.—Boom BOt—Mr*. Etna Co rot hem, Owner Record Livestock Entries At Macoupin Fair Opening David, and daughter, Jeanette, have returned from New York City and Canada. The family was gone 10 days. In New York they attended the convention of Independent. Grocers Association at the Waldorf- Astoria. The keynote speaker at the convention was Billy Graham. Gov. Allan Shivers of Texas was another speaker. Sen. Style Bridges also was speaker, and former Illinois Gov. Dwight Green. They took tours in New York, including the trip around Manhattan Island by boat. After leaving New York they went: to Montreal and returned home through Detroit. They arrived in Alton Sunday night. MISS DUNLOPR HONORED AT GATHERING SUNDAY Miss Mildred Dunlope was guest o! honor at a family fish fry and gathering Sunday evening at the Torch Club grounds. Miss Dunlope is leaving Aug. 1 to teach school in England as an exchange teacher. She is a teacher in Alton school system. Among those attending were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Dunlope of Graf ton; Aubrey Mailey of St.. Louis: Otto Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bailey and daughter, Hardin; Mr. and Mrs. Bldon Bailey and son, East Alton; Wilson Bailey, Hardin; Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Bailey Jr., Pearl; Mrs. Walter Wilson and daughter, Grafton, and Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and son, and Mr. and Mrs. William Edmiston and children of Alton. It also was the birthday of Kenneth, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmiston. Both guests received gifts. JERRY INC.RANDE GETS PERMIT FOR REPAtRS A city permit for 55,000 was issued to Jerry Ingrande for repairs to a building at 2500 East Broadway where a fire heavily damaged the building about a year ago. Ingrande has come to public notice because he arrived from Italy 'about two years ago to work as a cabinet maker here. His wife and their five children followed him about five months ago. 2 BIKES ABANDONED AT SAME SPOT WITHIN WEEK Leo LaMarsh, 2635 Grandview Ave., returned an abandoned bicycle to police Monday. He said it was the second one that had been left on his property within a week. He managed to find the owner of the first one and did not call police. He called them this time, he said, because he thought his home may be a regular dropoff spot for stolen bikes. AUTOMOBILES COLLIDE AT WASHINGTON, JASPER Two automobiles were in a collision at Washington avenue and Jasper street Monday, 4:30 p.m. Drivers were listed as Donald Sandidge, 1312 Belle St., and CARLINVILLE — Livestock entries in the 1956 Macoupin County fair are doubled to that of last year and extra tents and barns were erected to take care of the overflow. The fair got underway Monday in spite of the rain which fell at intervals throughout the morning. Livestock entries include 500 hogs, 360 sheep, 200 dairy and 250 beef cattle. Three extra livestock tents were put up Sunday. Three horse bams were erected to. house 200 horses which compares to 75 horses entered last year. Entries in the ladies' art hall also increased. The 4-H club show was held the first day and all 4-H children were admitted free. Judging of the 4-H show continued throughout the day. Night harness racing under lights at the county fair will be witnessed for the first time tonight beginning at 8 p. m. A full class of horses has been en- TerptTin every race. Dairy and sheep judging will begin at 8 a. m. Wednesday. The tractor pulling contest will be held at 11 a. m. Wednesday. Trophies will be given at the end of the contest. Harness racing will again be held Wednesday night. Besides the many local and countywide displays of merchandise, the Gem City carnival has moved in with 16 rides and numerous stands covering seven acres of the fairgrounds. A part of the rodeo to be held Friday night has already moved in. Duane Hanly of the Farm Bureau has announced the following grand champions of the 4-H Show Monday: Swine division: Gilt. Charles Overby, Palmyra; boar, Bob Young, Hornsby; litter, Jason Starkweather, Hettick: barrow, Gary Vanwinkle, North Otter; pen, Robert Young, Hornsby; br. for litter, Robert Young, Hornsby. Sheep division: Ewe lamb, Kendall Cole, Palmyra; ram lamb, same; pen, same; ewe, same; market lamb, same; market pen, same. Dairy division: junior heifer, Agnes Robinson, Plainview; senior heifer, Mike Cravas, Piasa; heifer, Duane Fullington, Carlinville; cow, two years, Helen Johnson,Bunker Hill; cow, three years or more, Gerald Carney, Girard. Beef division: junior heifer, Thomas P. Tuohy, 630 East Fourth St. Tuohy's car was starting to make a left turn into Jasper when the accident occurred. He was going north in Washington and Sandidge was traveling south in Washington. The latter car was removed by Haper tow. BOY, 10, BREAKS WRIST IN FALL Dale Bauer, 10, was treated at Wood River Township Hospital, Monday morning, after he fractured his wrist in a fall. The boy, who resides with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Bauer, 1610 Clawson St., injured the left wrist when a chair toppled with him Sunday evening at a farm near Springfield. A cast was applied. His condition is satisfactory. MAN BAPTIST PICNIC SET FOR WEDNESDAY Main Street Baptist Church Sunday school will have their annual picnic Wednesday afternoon at Onized Club grounds. Cars will -leave the church at 2:30 p.m. Program will include games for all age groups. A potluck supper will be served at 6 o'clock. Following supper a singspiration and devotional will be held. Those who cannot come for the afternoon were reminded by the Rev. Horton Presley, pastor, to be sure to come for supper and evening. Bill Englehoff; senior heifer; Tim Woods: heifer. Walter Lee Stayton; cow, Joe Reznieek: steer, Joe Garrison; grand champion of all breeds, Walter Lee Stayton. Training School Set CARLINVILLK - H. R. Kemmerer, extension specialist in landscape pardoning, University of Illinois, will conduct a training school for two local leaders from each of the 30 Home Bureau units in the county on Thursday from 1:30 to 4 p. m. (CDT) in the MJM Electric Cooperative building auditorium, Carlinville. on the topic "Selection and Use of Trees and Shrubs on the Home Grounds." Damage Suit Filed CARLINVILLE — A damage suit has been filed in Macoupin County Circuit Court by Mclvin C. Campbell and Myrtle C. Campbell, 918 Humbolt St., Alton, against Betty Campbell Madden, Carlinville, in three counts. The first count states that on Aug. 8, 1954, the plaintiff Myrtle Campbell was a passenger in a car driven by the defendant on Rt. 108 near the intersection of U. S. Highway 67, when the car collided with another, causing injuries for which she requests judgment in the sum of $10.000. In the second count Melvin Campbell, also a passenger in the same car, sustained injuries rendering him unable to work for 90 days and because of loss of work asks judgment in the amount of $1,800 in addition to $99 for medical assistance rendered his wife. Count three charges that Melvin Campbell was caused much mental suffering and expense due to loss of his wife's companionship, love, affection and loss of service his wife was unable to render in maintaining the household for which he seeks judgment in the amount of $1000. Birth Announcements CARLINVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Alan Henry Fricker, Medora, are parents of a daughter, Alana Lee, born Saturday at Carlinville Area Hospital. The mother is the former Miss Myrtle Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bauer, Bunker Hill, are parents of a son, Stephen Michael, born Saturday at Carlinville Area Hospital. Mrs. Bauer was formerly Miss yelen Rueter. A son was born Monday morning at Carlinville Area Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Arnett of Chesterfield. The mother was formerly Miss Geraldine Bramley. South Itoxaif a SOUTH ROXANA — The Methodist Youth Fellowship of the Wanda Methodist Church will have a home-made ice cream social Aug. 10 on the church lawn. Serving will begin at 7 p.m. The Wanda and South Roxana Methodist Churches had a Sunday school picnic Sunday at Kendall Hill which was attended by over 45 persons. A basket dinner was served at noon. ." A now high enorgy chemical fuel for uso in missile and aircraft onginrs will be produced for the Air Force by Olin Mathie.sonj Chemical Corp. in a $36.000.01)0 j plant to be constructed near Ni-j agara Falls. N. Y. The Air Force contract calls for consl ruction of the plant at the Lake Ontario Ordinance Works in Model City, N.Y., about 14 miles north of Niagara Falls, according to the announcement by John M. Olin, chairman, and Thomas S. Nichols, president. Construe!ion will begin late this year and production of the fuel will start in 1938. The plant will employ 573 persons and will have an estimated annual payroll of $2.800.000. It also was announced that the corporation is building additional research facilities at Niagara Falls to be used in connection with the fuel program. Olin Mathieson is also building a small plant to produce the same fuel for the Navy. Produclion from this plant, also located at the Lake Ontario Ordinance Works, is expected in mid-year, 1037. The new facilities will be op- crated by the corporation's recently formed aviation division. Olin Mathieson's research department has been carrying on experimental and developmer work on the new fuel for the Department of Defense since 1952. Jeanne Grain Will Seek Quiet Divorce HOLLYWOOD UV- Actress Jeanne Grain and her husband. Paul Brinkman, have reached a r-operty settlement and an agreement for a quiet divorce which ie will seek without contest from im. ivfiss Grain's publicity agent an- ounced the agreement and said he actress, charging extreme ruelty, probably will have a di- orce hearing within three weeks. Miss Grain filed for divorce last larch 29 and in an amended com- laint accused Brinkman of caveman tactics in displaying affec- on. Brinkman's cross-complaint liarged her with adultery which ie denied. Annim! Plrnlr Cub Scout Pack ]fi, sponsored i by SS. Peter and Paul's Church, held its annual picnic, Sunday at Lollypop Club grounds, and was attended by more than 70 rubs, loaders, parents and other relatives. Winners in games were: Turtle race—Richard Jun, Richard Kaveler, Dennis McNelly; softball throwing—Dale Brr.genzer. Bobby Deem; sack race--Richard .fun, Joyce Waters, Richard Kav- e!er. Dale Brogenzer; balloon blowing—Dale Bregenzer. Joyce Waters, Richard Crivello; rolling pin throw—Mrs. Robert Hussman and Mrs. Bregenzer; egg catching—team of Bern Jun and Walt Myers; balloon rolling — Tommy Zipprich; miscellaneous prizes—Mrs. Meohan.'Mrs. Goe- gen, Mrs. Siemer, Mrs. Jun and Steve Jun; attendance prizes — Robert Hussman and Marvin Krauss. At .Jacksonville Outing Young Adults of Elm Street! Presbyterian Church who went <o Nichols Lake, Jacksonville, Sunday for an outing, included Mr.,, and Mrs. Richard Eccles and family, Mr. and Mrs. Evert King- cry, Mrs. Roger Miller, Richard Tribble and Miss Ruth Eccles. Jr. Team (inine Kr-nclirdulcd The time and place of the junior team softball game of j Elm Street Church vs. North Alton Baptist have been changed. Originally scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Olin Playground, the game is now scheduled for 8 p.m. Thursday at Northside Playground. At Churcli Workshop In Decatur this week to attend the Presbyterian Church labora- | tory Sfhool at Millikin Univer- Olin To Make North Alton *News Chemical Fuel For Air Force Arlamlo Watson Bitf» Set Wedtiwlav arr Barbara Whot/ol, kin-j Funeral rites for Arlnnrlo Wat- dergarten; Mrs. Kenneth Dun- jean, junior department; Mrs. 'Harris Ball, primary and Miss Mabel lion. Smith, women's nssocia- No Alton Fire Calls for 2 Days Sunday and Monday passed without fire calls in Alton, Acting Chief Grable reported today. The last run by Alton firemen was at 9:22 a.m., Saturday. Companies 2 and 3 responded to a call from 1416 Alby St., where a washing- machine motor became overheated in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hagan Jr. Iran will spend $35,000,000 a year for seven years on power and water systems. son. 4fi, who \vns fatally wound* rrl by a gunshot .Sunday, will he conducted Wednesday at 10 a. m. in Morning Slar Baptist Church by the Rev. Luther T. Simmons. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. The body will be moved from Rusaell Funeral Home to the church where friends may call after 7 p. m., Tuesday. In addition to his wife and two children, Watson is survived by five sisters, Mrs. Anna Williams, Alton; Mrs. Catherine Burrows, Witchita, Kan.; Miss Aleno Watson, Mrs. Betty Farmer, and Mrs. Mildred Ellsworth, all of Memphis, Tenn., and three brothers, John, Frank, and Leon Watson, all of Alton. Ten more oil wells xvill be drilled at Egmanton, England, where 1.000 tons of oil a month now «ur* being produced. AIRLINES NEED Men and women, 17-39, married or single to prepare for well-paid positions, technical or non-technical, public contact. Hostesses, reservationlsts, communica- tionfsts, radio operators, station agents, etc. Good pay. ti-avel, glamour, security. Qualify now. Gills must be high school graduates. Korean veternns approved. Mail coupon to Central Institute. Box No. 970 care Alton Evening Telegraph. 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