WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 195C ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Upper Alton News Have Nt»w* or Want to Chut? Phone S- New Pa slot Arrivr? At A«lvpni.ist Church A now pastor li»s been ruirnPtl lo HIP Spvenlh Day Advent ist Cliurrh on Mnift slier). he roady for onciipunry vvilliin a , the injury when lie Jumped few wenks. I from an embankment. TWO IMHSJOS STOCKS | Mrs. Ruth Longfellow, 2707 FHOM HOMK ON" IJHOWN ; North St., was: discharged from Two pnrsrs wrrp stolen from i wood River Township Hospital a dining room table Tuesday afternoon while the owners were Kkler C. L. Turner, who leaves j in the yard", police reported to- a pastorate in Springfield, has liiken over the pulpit which was formerly occupied by Elder K. tiny. Victims were at Lahr home. 2819 the Ome.r Brown St.. V. Vessels, who has been trans- j Purses of Mrs. Lahr and of a Ii'ired lo Moline. t visiting relative were taken. Mr. Turner and his wite and Both were recovered later in children, David. 9, Sberyl, 10. a wooded area off Spnulding street. About $2 was missing. Papers in the purses were intact. NKWCOMKRS MOVK IN. HOMF.nonv STEALS BIKK Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tool moved into a home at 520 Marsh St. Sunday from Wood River and landed on the police report Tuesday hut she will re-enter next week for major abdominal surgery. I Mrs, Longfellow entered Sunday and underwent X-ray examination. Max Hendrieks, 2605 Hillcrest; Ave.. is improving at. St. Joseph's Hospital. He underwent major surgery a few months ago and suffered a relapse last week, re-entering the hospital. He is permitted visitors. Card), one-nionth-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bess, 2H09 Buena Vista Ave.. is in Alton Memorial Hospital for Under Soil Bank Program GreeneFarmersMustDispose Of Excess Crops By Aug. 31 almost immediately when some- j treatment of a virus infection, body stole a bicycle belonging lo The infant was filtered Sai- CARROLLTON — Farmers who have signed for the 1956 Soil Banker Acreage Reserve Program now have through Aug. 31 to dispose of crops on designated acreages in order to comply with their agreements, according to an announcement made Tuesday by George W. Cory, chairman of the local ASC office. Cory stated that the change permits farmers who did not get sufficient corn acreage disposed of by the previous doad- llne Aug. 3, to now get. in compliance. The Aug. 31 date also applies to soybeans and other similar crops now growing on the designated area. However, crops like normal grass and le- urdny night but it is not known j gume hays may be left stand- wheii she will be discharged, j i ng . • HPP condition is satisfactory. Frankie, 10-ww-dld— son of At the same lime this sion in disposition date is being Mr. and Mrs, Philip Romo, 709 given) U)o Department has is- i orton Avc.. had visitors T.iusday j Hospital after undergoing minor afternoon from .lersevville. surgery Tuesday. him. ~ lie told police it v. rts taken from tlir> yard Sunday night. MKS. VVKC-MA. HAS VISITOItS „ Mrs. Krancis f'urc.ell. ;\:w Full- 1 .Lamport St., is in St. Joseph's j gued a warn i ng concerning the failure of farmers to live up to their agreements. It is specifically pointed out that no payment will be made if a farmer fails to dispose of his crops by required dates. In addition farmers will be subject to a civil penalty of 50 per cent of the payment which would have been made if they harvest or graze the designated acreage. It is further provided that producers will not be allowed to terminate their agree- They were Mr. and Mrs. KmJI i The bov was entered Monday Dan- and grandson. Bobby Joe, ; but it is not known when he Mrs. William Bi/allion and .son, j will be discharged. His condition is satisfactory. DR. AND MKS. KIJ15Z RETURN imOM EAST Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Kurn, 1000 Milton Rd., have returned from a 10-day tour of the East. The couple motored through Nobody"is unHerest'imaling the I <*»*«•" Pennsylvania, Mary- .-onfusion inhorenl in bignr-Ks and I land, and stopped off to see the ELDER C. L. TURNER and Laurel, i;i, reside at L'.MS .ItulsOn Avc. The now pastor is H gi-aduatf of Union College, Lincoln. Nnb. and he attended the Seventh Day Adventist Theological Seminary at Washington IX C. Prior to serving a) Springtield be was in Galesbui-R. Mr. Turner „,.,,., wllvaK1 . oup o f students ! sights of Washington D. C. is a native of Colorado. lie " ' " ™ Michael. OH IT is Mrs. Pirn-ell's hrolh<jr. Mrs. Pmvc'll is in satislfirlory condition. She has born a shut-in, following a stroke, since .19-10. EXPLORE IIIU3E, NEW EAST JI'MOIl IN TRIAL RUX laugh) for I wo years at Campion Academy, an Advenlist school, in [joveland, C'olo. lie has liwn ah ordained minisicr (or .11 years. The Advenlist school will have a new learher Ihis year. Charles AlcCnIlim will take oxer the duties of Miss I't-iirl 1 tendei- MW who l;as bei>:i transferred lo a new school si Champaign. McCuilah is married and he and his wile and child \\ill reside in Collage Mills, lie comes 1 irom Aurora. ]n addition to (lie Main street church, Mr. Turner ' a 1st) y'ill serve as pastor in persisyxjille and East Hi. Louis, i I .JOHN TIIIKS AtTEXjDLM; OKMIIOMA AIEF/riNU John O. Thies, LT.11 txmald is attending the liSth Biennial Conclave of the Acacia fraternity in session at Oklahoma A & M, Stillwater. was taken on an exploration' through the new and immense Kasl Junior High School. Tuesday. Thirty-live l?ifK who will be the nucleus of the school's hall They visited sisters of Mrs. Kur/. in Pennsylvania and Maryland, WSCS-OK ST. MARK'S TO MEET TUESDAY Woman's Society of Christian svere assembled, given ' Service of St. Mark's Methodist plats of the building and told not to worry, much. The school may look ss bis inside as the SS Qttcen Mary but it will become as familiar as their dollies closets at home if they apply themselves to (he job of taking it in room by room, tlu'v wore told. Church will meet for the first t'mip for Hie fall season next Tuesday. 8 p. m. They will meet at HIP John Bloomer bomf, l.TIO Washington AVP. Mrs. Clinton Restemayer will bp in charge of the program. : Topic will be "The Spirit of They got mi spfeial insim.-- ' Christ, for All of Life." 1 ion-,'however, ot how to return' Mrs. John Bloomer will lead 10 the main base if they should ; the devotions. Mrs. Royal Baird come upon a student.'waterless and Mrs. Bloomer will serve. and without food for days, in the outstretches of the building. One glib hall patrol student later made a suggestion about ; carrying a cask around the neck i filled with Pepsi-Cola in case they should come upon any reel- George A. Malcolm, former | h)g ' wanderers .The comparison Justice of the Supreme Courl of ; wU)) ,, lc gr( , at st Bernard's of the Philippine Islands and one j U)p Alps was evident and not too of the founders of. the fraternity. we]1 ref , eivpd by her fellow patrol will be the principal speaker at a banquet T?jiu£sday. Thies is a member of Acacia's Northwestern University chap- members. The hall patrol has the job <tf. keeping kids-from taking the wrong turn at corridor intersec- ter. He is the son of Mr. and . Hons ani; , p,. even ting students Mrs. Orville Thies. ,. • • „< <KA ,!„,.„„ All members are urged to attend. Visitors are welcome. LAYMAX TO LEAD BROWN ST. MEETING Harold Henderson, a layman, will be in charge of service tonight, 7:30, at the Brown Street Baptist Church. i The Rev, and Mrs. Howard K. Miller and family are on a short vacation. 'In other news: Senior young people will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schelfel, 3637 Berkeley Mrs. Orville Thies. ST. MARK'S TO IIAVft 1CK CttEAM SOCIAL from jamming up at Hie doors. This was the first time they have been taken on a An ire cream social sponsored , (lown .. ,, niis(1 O f iheir posts, how- by the Methodist Youlh Fellow- pvel . -,,. was done bf>ranse i la lf ship will be held on the St. Qf , |vm WO ,, M ,, ave go)ten , ost Mark's Methodist lon'S'tLse to Baptist. Bible Seminary Johnson City, N. Y. • Those 10 be honored are ment. Baker Funeral Tuesday CARROLLTON— Funeral services for John Baker were held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Simpson.'Funeral Home with the Rev. Glenn Manis, pastor of the local Baptist Church officiating. American Legion rites were conducted at the Carrollton City Cemetery by members of the Greenfield American Legion Post of which Baker was a member. Pallbearers were members of the Carrollton i American Legion Post and were Joe Hartman, John Clark, Paul Pressler, John Boirun, Joe Goeddey and Jack Inman. Jadgiiig Teams In State Meet CARROLLTON— Members of the Greene County Livestock and Greene County Dairy 4-H Club Judging teams participated in the state judging contest Monday at the University of Illinois. The results of the contest will be received in the county at a later date. The teams were accompanied by John Bickett, farm adviser, and Roscoe Randall assistant 1 a r ni adviser. Members MedoraStreets Get New Coat Of Oil, Rock MEDORA. — The road oiling program was started here Tuesday by the Jacksonville Road Builders who are providing and spreading the, 11,000 gallons of .oil. Don Moore is spreading rock on the streets following the application of oil. Village officials said the work will be completed today. Sunbeam Picnic MEDORA. —The Sunbeam picnic Monday night was changed irom Beaver Dam to the Baptist Church lawn. A wiener roast and games were enjoyed. The Sunbeams attending were Cathy Lowis. Dennis and Diana Hubbard, Patty and Marilyn Spencer, Paula Gorham. Johnny Gaffney, Carolyn and Kenneth Williams. G. A. girls who assisted with the picnic were Rosemary Pricker, Connie Spencer, Linda and Arlene Hart, Sharon Hubbard, Linda Gaffney and Sue Gorham. Leaders and their husbands attending were Mrs. Charles Strunk, Mr. and Mrs. Don Williams, the Rev. and Mrs. Ward Spencer. Mrs. Shirley Bosolukc Funeral Services The Rev. William F. Bohn, pastor of East Alton First Baptist Church, conducted funeral rites Tuesday afternoon in the church for Mrs. Shirley Bosoluke, 2,"i, who was fatally injured in an au- tomobile crash Friday evening. Vocal selections were by Boyti Sever and Mrs. Sam Roberts, accompanied by Mrs. Charles Ballard, organist. Casketbcarers were Frank and Stanley Bosoluke, Morris Wigger, Dobby Dossett, Jesse Rushing and Don Bruncr. __ ~ READ ^TELEGRAPH" BILL REED and his wife, Carol, will be soloists Thursday and Sunday nights with the Municipal Band. With them is their daughter, Karen, born Christmas Day, 1950. YOUR LEVI HEADQUARTERS UNITED ME MS ;"'. : S Inc. Billy Carol Reed To Be Soloists uary, 1955. At completion of her B,A. degree next: year she hopes to teach in the Alton public school system. TF/ • i x r n i Currently she is soloist at the Wltll Mliny f>aii.Cr-[-FirM. Church of Christ. Scientist, i 3« Bell* St. Downtown, Alton • U«2 Washington, Upper Alton • 3& E. Nrguton, Wood Rivet. III. • 5928 taifon Avt., St. Louis. Mo. ' i here. Thursday and Sunday nights this;There were no strings to the veek. j offer — but a Store which tried The concerts are at Riverview to sell 100 silver dollars for 88 Park Thursday night and Rock ce nls each didn't dispose of a Spring Sunday. Both concerts! single one The si]ver dol]ar •Kin at 8 p.m. . sa j e was j|-,| en( j e( j as an advcr- Tlic talented singing couple Rainbows Meet MEDORA. Medora Assem- of the livestock at and Bob Kelly. Ch u r c h jn ll)p ( , avpmous 11PW building if j grounds Friday, b p.m. | (hf>v (]i( , no , firRt Bet their bni ,,.. I Besides ice .-ream, home |, ' und(?r <hp guidnnce of ad ults j VISITS IN AREA made pies, cakes, soda ••••<••»' ..... judging team participating were Carl Dawdy Miss Connie Koster, Emmett Bennett, Miss Marilyn Dawdy and Miss Dixie j Alexander. Participating as j dairy julges were: Darrell Shafer, Marvin Ballard, James Phares, Miss Carolyn Spencer and Gene Ostermann. and coffee will be served. Everybody is welcome, Hie Rev. Earl Stover, pastor, said. In other news: who had spent hours guying the i . Ronnw Hamilton of Los Ange- structure's insides. Some 1,100 students were expected to attend the trim and shining new building. i les, Calif., left for home last I weekend after visiting friends ; and relatives in this area. Hamilton was visiting his aunt, Keep Cool PHOENIX, Ariz.V — Mrs. Hope Hanse was about to step in the bathtub when she screamed. There was a snake Midweek service will be held j' A ,, Qf thp|n wcre as ,. Pc] (0 show tonight. 7::«l. Concluding lesson! )he ^ day o[ S(;lloo , a1 i!lp on the theme of Christian Sym- i asium m(r ^ WK . Those who holism will be given by the pas- j |m . e not bpe|1 re gi s ,ered were ! asked lo use the main entrance. 6:30 p.m., Boy j That . s lhp on , y bif . of he]p lhal Mrs. Belle Fincli, of Donald wriggling on the bottom. The mystery was solved by her son, Ray, 12. "I put it there to keep it cool," he said. 1or. Thursday, S.-out Troop 37 will mwi at the j )|ie ha |, pa(ro f wi)| bp i-hurch. street. Young Hamilton, son of Mrs. Lovie Hamilton of Los Angeles, will complete high school this next year and then enter the | I Navy. The Hamiltons formerly bly of the Order of Rainbow for Girls met Monday evening in the Masonic Hall with 20 girls present. Plans were completed for their trip on the Admiral, Aug. 29. Election of officers will be held at their next regular meeting, Sept. 10. Brought Here for Burial MEDORA. — The body of Mrs. Verda Ray was brought here following funeral services in Alton Monday and placed in the family mausoleum in Medora Cemetery. Mrs. Ray is a_former resident of Medora. To Teach at Bunker Hill MEDORA. — David Golike has accepted a teaching position in the junior high school at Bunker Hill. Golike is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Golike, Sr., of Medora, and is a graduate of Medora High School and of Westmont College, Westmont, Calif. Birth of a Daughter MEDORA—Mrs. Agnes Chism has received announcement of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Arntz of Alton. The baby who weighed six pounds, has been named Carolyn Elizabeth. The couple has one other child, ft son, Matthew Ryan. The mother is the former MJss Betty Ryan of Medora. She is a niece of Mrs, Chism. Mrs. Mary Ryan of Alton is the maternal grandmother, To Speak at Bethel Church MEDORA—Rev. Thomas Davis of Kane will speak at the Bethel Baptigt Church Sunday morning and film will be shown at the evening hour. The pastor, Rev. Paul Keeler, and wife will be in Wisconsin over the weekend, whore he will officiate at a wedding. Plan Achievement MEDORA — The Kemper Ag Club met Monday evening at the Bill Reed and his wife, Carol, join the Municipal Band in its closing pair of 1956 park concerts Dollar Sale FORT PIERCE, Fla. IN JERSEYVILLE . . Get Your— L Ei w I «P At MILLER'S DEPT. STORE Headquarters for Levl't in JERSEYVILLE, ILLINOIS ,vill be marking their sixth joint appearance with the Municipal Band in as many consecutive years. Bill, a strapping baritone, be;an his solo engagements with the band long before that; then introduced his bride, a soprano of professional calibre,, to the audiences. Reed, now assistant principal at North Junior High School, Godfrey, has another long string of consecutive engagements—five years straight—with the Kiwanis Club's annual Kapers. He can look back to two years with the St. Louis Municipal Opera chorus in 1947 and 1948; to nine years as soloist with the Church of Christ, Scientist—five years here and four in St. Louis where he is now with the Sixth Church of Christ. Reed began his vocal training under Rex Hogan, then choral director at Alton High School. Later he studied with Oren Brown of Shurtleff while obtaining his B.A. degree. He now has a Master's degree from Washington University, St. Louis. His wife, formerly a Chicago resident, studied voice and piano at the American Conservatory of Music there; toured one year with the New York production ot Victor Herbert's "The Red Mill;" met Bill during the troupe's two- week engagement at the Amei- can Theater in St. Louis. It was while both Bill and Carol were members of .the St. Louis Muny Opera chorus in 1948 that they became engaged. They were married the following November. Their only child, Karen, was Mrs. Reed's Christmas gift to Bill in 1950. Carol has done considerable fashion and photographic modeling in St. Louis, and has been attending Shurtleff since Jan- i tising stunt. The store manager figured people just didn't think the 12 cent profit was worth bothering about. Telegraph Want Ads "Click." home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wilson. Plans were made for Achievement Night, which will be Sept. 24, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ruyle, Jr. Refreshments were The next meeting is Sept. 17, at the Catholic Church basement. served. MI* .MM i«..u «». "< 7", " I resided in Upper Alton and Wood iOncp thp students enter the build- Inside work is being .'o.npleted j jng u wi]1 , )e up lo the pafro i to i the new, six-room parsonage k(jep them from „,.,,„;„£, i he in- on that has been erected on the church grounds. II is expected to OK PAID UP STOCK SIOO PER SHARE ALTON terior until they collapse. BABY, SCALDED BY CXHJTT5K, RECOVERING Harry Dale, 13-month-old son of Mr. and. Mrs. Hurry Halliburton, 3301 Locust St., is recovering from third degree burns caused when lie was scalded by coffee. The baby was entered into St. Joseph's Hospital Sunday morning with burns of the chest, neck and arm. He had reached to Hie table and upset a cup of boiling hot coffee on himself. It is not known when he will be discharged. In other cases: Monte K. 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