Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1956 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 22, 1956
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1956 Kindergarten Opens Sept. 10 Regular Classes In Roxana Schools Will Begin Aug. 31 ROXANA. — Regular In the Roxana Community Unit Schools will begin Aug. 31. except, kindergarten classes. These will begin Sept. 10 hut parents of kindergarten students will b asked in for conferences durin the week of Sept. 4 to 7. Enrollments have been in creasing steadily in the distric for the past month. Seventee new students were enrolled Mon day morning. Officials of the dis trict are experiencing some di ficulty in class assignments du to location of new pupils. Temporary division lines hav been made which will place sfi dents in the following schools Rosewood, Kindergarten, all chi dren east of Center street. Tram port to Edison School all chi dm west of Center. First grade all children east of Center an North of Airline, and all chi dren east of Ninth and south o Airline, with the exception Rosewood Lane and Hilltop Transport to Edison-all child rer west of Ninth street, north Airline and west from Center Also transport all children o Rosewood Lane and Hilltop. Second grade, all children ea. c of Center. Transport to Centra School all children west of Cen ter. Third grafle, all children t Rosewood School, except thrc living in Town and Country Ad dltion and Woodland drive Fourth, all children east of Cen ter. Transport to Central Schoo all children west of Center. Fifth grade, all children Rosewood School, except one liv Ing in Town and Country and Woodland drive. Sixth, all chil dren to Rosewood east of Cen ter, except those living south o Airline drive and east of Valley drive. Transport all children west of Center and those living south of Airline and east of Valley drive. Central School, kindergarten all children in Wood River, Glendale Gardens, Rock Hill, Kendall Hill, Edwardsville road First grade, all children from Ferguson south to Roxana-Wood River city limits, others to Brushy Grove School. Second grade, all children from Madison avenue south to Roxana-Wood River city limits, others to Brushy Grove. Third grade, all children from Madison south to Roxana-Wood River city limits, others to Brushy Grove. Fourth grade, all children from Madison south to Roxana-Wood River city limits, others to Brushy Grove. Fifth grade, all children in Wood River, Glendale Gardens, Rock Hill, Kendall Hill and Edwardsville road. South Roxana School, kindergarten through third grade, all children to South Roxana School. Fourth grade, all children attend South Roxana School, except 26, which should be moved to Burbank. Possibility of moving those living west of Illinois street and north of High street Fifth and sixth grades, all students to Burbank. Edison-Burbank School, kindergarten, all children in Roxana plus 26 from Rosewood Heights. First, all children in Roxana plus 19 from Rosewood Heights. Second and third grades, all children in Roxana. Fourth grade, all children in Roxana plus 26 from Rosewood Heights. Fifth LANQEN OIL COMPANY Dial 4-3876 P. O. Box 316 Roxana, III. let us show you how to moke heating dollars go further with PREMIUM GRADE HEATING OIL PREMIUM SERVICE —a* no extra cost Not'So-Goods 9 Orioles Win In Roxana Loop ROXANA.—Tn the junior division of Little league plr.y Tups- day evening the Not-So-Goods won over the Jets 3 to 2. Bnt- teries for the Not-So-Goods were Jamison and Smith and for the Jets Birgman and Shoptaugh. In the second game the Orioles defeated the Fireflys 15 to 2. Batteries for the Orioles were Hpin* and D. Pile and for the Firefly! J. Watkins and Creeling. The final games for the ,1un lor division will hf played Thurs day. The Orioles meet the Fire flys at 6 p.m. and the Not-So Goods piny the Jets at 8 p.m. Standings of the junior league are: Not-So-Goods won 11, lost 4 tied 1: Fireflys, won 7. lost TITO! tied 2; Orioles won 6, lost f and tied 2 and Jets, won 5 and lost 11. Kntortnins Relatives ROXANA.-Mr. and Mrs. Lu (her Kinser and children, Steven and Linda of Chaffer avenue, had as their guests the past few days. Mrs. Kinser's niece, Miss Joyce Elaine Dabbs of Otterville. Miss Dabbs returned home Sunday and another sister, Miss Loretta Dabbs, is now a gucat. Both girls are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. H. Dabbs of Otterville. Another guest at the Kinser home is her nephew, Douglas Carver of Albuquerque, N. M. Aivards Given To Wood River VFW Members WOOD RIVER — Final membership awards for 1956 were presented by membership chairman, Robrt Beliveau, at the regular meet- ng of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2859 at Memorial Club Monday evening. Recepients were Jack- Creek more, Harold Clark, Omar Reichel, ene Nayior, Otto Kassak, Carl Benefiel, Bill Hughart, James Clenehan, John Koby, Larry Galagher and Beliveau. The chairman announced a meet- ng to outline membership drive ilans for 1957 for 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Memorial Club. Charles Heeren and Calvin Johns f the VFW softball team appeared t the meeting to present to the >ost their first place trophy won t the Jerseyville tournament. District Commander Gilbert aynes gave a report on the national encampment at Dallas. Tex. Plans were c- "ipleted for a post ponsored public fish fry Sept. 7 at 5 p.m. should study possibility of mov- ng some Roxana fifth to Central School fifth grade.) Sixth, all students in district, except hose attending Rosewood School. Night Circle to Meet ROXANA. — The Night Circle of the Women's Missionary Unon at the First Baptist Church l meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the church. Mrs. Dean Lovell will conduct the business meet- ng and Mrs. John Sanchez will present the lesson. Attend Family Reunion ROXANA. — Those attending the Radcliffe family reunion Sunday at Pana Park included Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Radcliffe of E. ?irst St., and their daughter and amily; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ^loninger and children of Wood Ftiver; Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Rhodes of E. Third street; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Grandfield of W. Fourth street, and Mr. and Vlrs. James Gornall and children of Central avenue. Haiti entertained 3,735 tourists last November, up 54 per cent from a year before. Super Sparclin By Commonwealth EXTRA WHITE! HOUSE PAINT Reg. $6.85 gal. NOW gal 9 Treated For Injuries At Twp. Hospital WOOD RVIER — Two persons with fractures were treated in the emergency room at Wooc River Township Hospital Tuesday then released. David Tyler, senior at Ro.xana High School, incurred a ractur- ed little finger of the right hand when a scratcher fell on his hanr while he was working as a highway construction company em- ploye. David is the son of Mr and Mrs. Garland Tyler of 470 Westerlioldl, East Alton. Sandra llnmletf. 11, daughter of Mrs. Esther Hamlett of rt. 1, Bothalto. received a fracture ol the Hbow in a fall while playing a thome. A splint was applied following X-ray before she was relnas"d. Mrs. Catherine Harrison of Forrest Homes reported to the hospital at 9:25 p. m. Tuesday after she had dislocated her shoulder when she reached for a tool inside the car and fell. The dislocation was reduced under anes thesia before she was dismissed from the emergency room. Roger Lee Roades, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Roards of 524 E. Lorena Ave., Wood River, fell off a tricycle at his home and was treated for a head injury at the hospital. Judy Ellen Berry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berry of 428 Dry St., Eas Alton, fell at her home inflicting a superficial laceration to her head and contusion for which she was treated in the emergency room. Four persons were admitted to X-ray Tuesday after they had been injured in various ways. Mrs. Josephine McGraw of 131 W. Fourth St., Roxana, slipped on a waxed floor injuring her right ankle. Paul Page of 418 Jennings Ave., Wood River, incurred a chest injury in a fall at tis home. Ronald Schaumburg of 426 Ohio Ave., East Alton, •eceived injury to the right wrist while playing ball and three- year-old Nancy Springr of 1909 Myrtle St., Alton caught her right hand in the door of a car. Wood River Woman To Join HusbandlnTokyo WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Fred Irisham, the former Miss Mariorie Fox, left Monday for Los Angeles on the first leg of her light to' Tokyo, Japan, where she will join her U.S. Army Warrant Officer husband, who has seen stationed there since December. The couple is scheduled to spend several weeks in Korea be:ore returning to the states in 3ctober of 1957. Mrs. Grisham has been living here with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Fox of 425 Edwarsville Rd., since her husband left from Fort Shridan, 111. Mrs. Margaret Fox has had two other guests the past week. They were her grandchildren, Barry and Wendy Fox, children of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Fox of Washington D. C. They left by bus for their home this morning. Barry will be a senior at West Point his fall and Wendy is a high school sophomore. WoodRiverVFW Women To Stage Ice Cream Social WOOD RIVER — Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will stage an ice cream social at Central Park this evening during the time of a municipal band concert. Serving will start at 7 p. m. Pie and cake will be served in addition to ice cream. Mrs. Carl Benefiel and members of the ways and means committee of the organization will be in charge of the event. At a meeting of the auxiliary at Veterans Memorial Center at 8 p. m. Monday a naw treasurer will be chosen to replace Mrs. Charles McMillian who resigned, Reports on the recent national convention at Dallas, Tex., will be made. HOUSE of KOLOR Open Daily 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. In the Arcade Wilshlre Village Shopping Center EAST ALTON The Argentine Government is relaxing, in come cases, its order that wage increases shall not be transferred to prices, Buenos Aires reports. Some firm's profit margins are insufficient to absorb the higher wage bill. COLD WAVE You would pay at !<>«*t $10.00 for thit wave at any tttlutr «uoi». Them prices are complete . . . they Include haircut, style, khumpoo and *et. You |tay nothing extra! MJ jj_m^ • MB 41k ••! IK |W| COLD HAVES 5.95 COLD WAVES. All IVrnuuuMitH Guaranteed. Thww Aw Not Special* ... They Are Our Regular IMcei. OUR SHAMPOO and SETS . . . $1.00 $3.95 7.95 EXPERT HAIRCUTS $1. HAIR OOLORINO, Oonplil* . . $2.95 BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOP Ifftfy Smith «nd Virgin!* Iriggs, 223 Thorn** St., Roxana • Optn Iv«ry Day— 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Thur.. Frl. 9 A.M. to f P.M. • With or Without Appointmtnt Dial 4-5146 CHAMPIONS of Civic Memorial YMCA summer baseball league for boys 13-15 were the Kronables: First toy (left to right) Charles Bryan, Gene Deneef, Chester Bowman, Dan Florini, Mike McCalley and Mike Kcefc. (Second row) Bob Battles, Don Bceman, Sam Kronable and Jim Miller, manager.—Staff Photo. Rabbits and Chickens, Too! Arthur Dudley Garrison Must Remove Goat From His Yard WOOD RIVER — A goat which las been tethered in the yard of the residence of Arthur Dudley aarrison, 32, of 522 Orchard St., overlooking Wood River slough, noble animal though he may be, is ;oing to have to find & new adobe. This decree was handed down >y Police Magistrate Lancaster Tuesday when Arthur Dudley Gar- •ison pleaded guilty to a charge of harboring and housing livestock within the city limits in violation of the municipality's ordinances. In addition to announcing that he Arthur Dudley Garrison goat would have to go, Lancaster fined Arthur Dudley one dollar and added that an assortment of rabbits, chickens, geese and guinea fowl, said by police to be inhabiting the premises of the Garrison residence,, would also have to go or he next time neighbors complain- id he would heave the old book at Arthur Dudley. Police said that on several occasions prior to Tuesday they had warned Arthur Dudley that his menagerie of livestock was of such volume and character that human nhabitants of the area were demanding that the terms of the city ordinance prohibiting the keeping of livestock within tne city be invoked against him. Lancaster then announced that Arthur Dudley might have until 'riday to furnish proof that he had depopulated his premises of animals and fowl—or the book would be thrown at Arthur Dudley without further parley. Legion Women Meet WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Dennis Jean, chairman of the ways and means committee introduced several fund raising projects at he regular semi-monthly meet- ng of American Legion Auxil- ary of post 204 at Legion Home Monday evening. Currently in >rogress is a pastry basket or 'fairy basket" as it is sometimes called. Application for membership of Nancy Marie Panyik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Panyik, vas read. It was announced there would be no Sept. 3 meeting because of the Labor Day Holiday. The next meeting will be a polluck supper with members of the Alon unit as guests Sept. 17. Loom Club to Meet WOOD RIVER.-A11 teenagers of the area are invited to attend a meeting of the Loom Club at Moose Club, 58 West Ferguson Ave., between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. Thursday. ViaiUng Mother WOOD RIVER.—Vera Morris, 28 South First St., Wood River, is expected to return today from East Prairie, Mo., where she has seen visiting her mother, Mrs. Rosewood Church Marks 3rd Birthday ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS.—More than 100 persons attended the basket dinner at St. Paul's Methodist Church Sunday in observance of the church's third anniversary. The principal speaker was the Rev. Frank Harris of Edwardsville who organized the Sunday school. Letters were read from Dr. Commodore Groves, who started the church, and Dr. Don Harmon, evangelist for the first revival. The Rev. Carl Mitchell, the first part-time pastor, sent regrets that he was ill and unable to attend. He is pastor at Greenville at this time. Entertainment following din' ner featured movies of the church and Its activities since its establishment shown by Cleo Broadway and Vernon Le Claire. Hold Two For Questioning In Burglary EAST ALTON — Henry Leon Sherman, 19, and James Harold Tolle, 20, both former employes of Bowl Inn, are being held by police at Amarillo, Tex., for possible extradition to Illinois for questioning in connection %vith a burglary at the bowling alley on Aug. 5. Police Chief Riggins said that they were detained by state police at Texas as the result of a hold order transmitted by Illinois state police after Tony Carfiatis, one of the owners of the alley, named them in a complaint before Police Magistrate Kirk. The complaints charge "investigation —burglary." Several coin machines, such as candy dispnesers, a juke box and pinball devices, were broken open in the burglary and a total cash loot ranging from ?55 to $65 was taken, Riggin said. Argentina reports a "huge deal" pending with Eastern Germany, whereby Germany would equip Argentina's fish industry with vessels and gear in exchange for fish, over a long period. W. E. Golloday. UNITED PROPANE CO. COTTAGE HILLS 4-5003 CARROLLTON 41 BE MODERN, USE PROPANE BOO OR 1000 GALLON PfR MONTH East Alton Mnny TeamToPlayFor Title Tonight EAST ALTON — The municipal employe softball championship will be decided In a game between Wood River and East Alton municipal employes at 8:15 p. m. today at East Alton Play;round. The two teams top a three- way league in which Roxana is also participating. As the question now stands Wood River and East Alton each lave won two and lost one. Following this evening's en- tounter a loving cup will be be;towed upon the winning team, a special booby prize will be lavished upon the loser and Roxana, already esconced in third Dlace, will receive the regular >ooby prize. Fine Motorist OnTwoCounts At East Alton EAST ALTON — James L. Bahbs, 25, of Oprnville, 111., was fined $23 by Police Magistrate Kirk Tuesday after ho pleaded guilty to a charge of reckless driving and leav : -g the scene of an accident. The charge was Patrick Stumpy of 213 Cardot St., who alleged that on Aug. 17, at 4:30 a.m., Babbs' automobile had bashed into his vehicle which was parked in front of his house. Stumpy, police said, h c id just arrived home from work wh*n the crash occured and rushed out of his house, but too late to overtake the driver of the olher vehicle. He, was able, however, to obtain enough evidence to direct inquiries toward Babbs, pol ; ; said. Hartford PTA Carnival Is Set Sept. 22 HARTFORD. — The Hartford PTA carnival has been set for Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Nev Elementary School ground anc Hartford playground. The earn ival will begin at noon anc 1 throughout the evening. Mem bers of the finance and program committees will be in charge o arrangements. Frank Sumner, president, o the local PTA, announced tha the PTA meetings will be helc this school year on the secont Monday of each month and th first meeting will be held in Oc tober. There will be no meeting in September because of the carnival. Chairman of the various com mittees are Miss Thelma Ben son, program; Harley Sparks, fi nance; Mrs. Amil Wilcox, hos pitality; Mrs. Marian Retzer membership, and Mrs. Alberta Braden, health. At East Alton More American oil firms are seeking exploration rights in Bolivia, La Paz reports. Deadline Sept. 14 East Alton Trustees Call For Bids On New Fire Truck EAST ALTON — With construe tion of a new municipal fire house well under way, the Village Board Tuesday night asked for bids tc supply the municipality with a lew fire truck. Bids will be opened at the City Hall at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14. Also, during the sort session, the >oard decided to proceed with a treet improvement plan which will extend along Fifth street to Whitelaw avenue, thence 200 feet south on Douglas. The improve' ment work will consist of oiling the road to a width of 36 feet anc nstalling culverts. The work wil be financed with motor fuel tax money. A "trout stream" resolution also was passed. This document, to be sent to state legislators, asks that 120 Kollfilm Camera. Picture Size zy t \zy 4 " Fully Synchronized for Flash. Clone Out *nft.OO Sale Price 011 HICKS PHOTO STUDIO 3416 California Ave. Alton, III. • Expert Camera Repair! a state-operated trout stream be established at Marquette State Park for the benefit of area fishermen Get All Your Stationery Need* at GODWIN'S Famous Parker "21" COlOHi nut, MHN, •ED, •UCI "«•• NN hoi ll«clro-Poli»h»d point. Pli-gloti mtrvolr. Eoiy "*'" «NCIl hoi imoolh pro- p*l-r«p«l oclion. GODWIN OFFICE SUPPLY Alton's Commercial Stationtr 1 HE. Broadway Ph.3-7756 INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE WITH OUR OPTIONAL SAVINGS PLAN (Piyibl* Wnkly «t Monthly) OR INSURED PAID-UP SHARES 3%% CURRENT Ol/ Ok PAID SEMI- RATE O /? 'O ANNUALLY Easy, ConvMiltnt Parking CITIZENS SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 328 Smith Av*. - Kart Alton llouvt: • A. M. to 6 P. U. Monday through Thursday Friday; 0 A. M. to * P. M. — tfeturday • A. M. t* 12 Moo* Construction Underway For New First Baptist Church EAST ALTON — Construction began this week on a new First General Baptist Church building at the corner of Tomlinson and Airline Dr. The completely fireproof brick structure will have the exterior dimensions of 39 by 112 feet with an auditorium measuring 37 by 71. The corner property, purchased in 1954 from Frank Yoder, is large enough to eventually locate a parking lot, parsonage, and educational building in the same area. Currently the parsonage is at 224 S, Pence St. . The church was established in 1931, under the leadership of the Rev. Roleigh Liley, following a lengthy revival meeting held in a tent on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Liley of 200 Goulding Ave., then later in the home of the couple. Evangelist for the meetings was the Rev. C. E. Murray. Until February of 1954 the church was known as the Mt. Gideon Baptist. Church then it was changed to the First General Baptist, it being the mother church of its denomination in East Alton. Ordained officials instrumental in organization of the congregation, other than the Rev. Liley were the Revs. E. Roberts, Joe Timmons. R. Wright, and Deacon Marion Farmer. Charter members known today were Rev. and Mrs. Liley, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Liley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shrum, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Timmons, Mrs. Eva Williams. Mrs. Ircnt Fowlor, Mrs. E f f i e McCormick, Mrs. Pearl Gurley. The first deacons were Charles Shrum and Mol Liley. The first sanctuary was dedicated Aug. 21, 1932 with a total membership of 21, The original building was located on the back of a lot purchased from Ed Eyers on Pence Street. The present building was constructed later there, then enlarged in 1949. The membership today Bakery Driver Reports Theft OfDonghnnts WOOD RIVER — One or more inhabitants of the Main street- Slate Aid road section have been availing themselves of free breakfast rolls and doughnuts during the past three mornings, Don Hanoi of 2G36 Sidney St., Alton, a driver for Noll's Bakery, told police at 5:30 a.n. today. Hanei complained that for three mornings in a row he had distributed supplies of bakery goods at the Scalise Grocery on Main street and the Gucciono Grocery on State Aid road, only to find a short time later that a person or persons had dipped into the breakfast rolls and doughnuts before they couldJjc_taken into the es- tnhlishmenfinjy the proprietors. Hanni described the thefts at being vexing rather than of great financial consequence, saying that Ilif person or persons involved look only small amounts, apparently just enough for a tasty breakfast or two. has grown to more than 300, with the Rev. Edgar Shewmaker as the pastor. The deacons are Ephraim Nave, Ercel Stone, Clifford Smith Horace Barnett and Jule Liley. Trustees listed are Elbert Gaines, John Hayes, and Jack Smith. Leo Perkins is treasurer for the building fund. To Give Report EAST ALTON — Nyla Sue Egelhoff. East Alton's Girl Stater, will give a report of her week at Springfield this year before members o f American Legion Auxiliary of Post 794 at 7:30 p. m. Thursday. Mrs. J. L. Cottrell is the axuiliaries' gkrln state chairman. Mrs. James Ringering, the newly installed president, will preside. WEBSTER'S Jllustmled DICTIONARY FOR EVERY HOME AND . OFFICE CONTAINS A THOUSAND IIUISTRATIONS CHWART7 FURNITURE COMPANY

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