Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 14, 1954 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 14, 1954
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PAG& I3GMTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1954 Kinney Bests Daly InWoodRiverTwp. By Margin Of 527 With Flying Tiger* Soldier of Fortune Speaks To Wood River Optimists Liglrt Vote Turns Out For Primary: Callahan. tr ' * Ogle Also Win WOOD mVER-Votinfc In the 37 precincts in Wood River Township in the primary elections Tuesday was considered light, With some 3.500 Democratic ballots cast and about 3.400 Republican. tn the hotly disputed contest for county judge on the Democratic ballot, Michael Kinncy received 3,951 votes to 1,424 for Anthony Daly. In the four-way Democratic race f&r sheriff, Kenneth T. Ogle polled 1,377 votes to 1,278 for Raymond L. (Nip) Galloway. Gene Ellberg received 506 votes and John B. Moss 163. W. 3, Emde defeated Dallas T. Harell for the Republican nomination for sheriff in the township, 711 to 495. James T. Calinhan polled 1.870 votes to 1.275 for Willard HCrzing for the Democratic nomination for county treasurer. In the Republican race for treasurer, Everett Ing, with 915 votes outdistanced Fred N. Johanntosettel, \\ho polled 173 votes, and Charfes H. Jungels, with 130. Simon Ju>d Ballot Paul Simon led the ballot in the Democratic race for state representative, polling 4,741 votes to 3,357 for Leland J. Kennedy and 2,056 for Lloyd Harris. Township totals for other offices on the Democratic ballot were: U, S. Senator Paul H. Douglas, 3,074; state treasurer, David F. Mallett, 2,695; superintendent of public instruction, Mark A. Peterman, 2,644; U. S. Representative, Mclvin Price, .3,235; state central committeeman, Ben F. Staten, 2,022, Alvin G. Fields, 1,164; state senator, James O. Monroe, ! 2,572, Fred Craycraft, 496; senatorial committeeman, Frank R. Reidcl- berger Sr., 3,917, Donald W. McLean Sr., 2,345; county clerk, Eulalia Hotz, 2,990; probate judge, Joseph J, Barr, 2,891; probate court clerk, Dale Hilt, 1,656, Marvin McClelland, 1,187; county supt. of schools, George T. Wilkins, 2,917. Township totals for other offices on the Republican ballot were: U. S, Senator, Edward A. Hayes, 351, Joseph T. Meek, 279, Park Livingston, 208, Austin L. Wyman. 90, Lar Daiy, 83, Julius Klein, 70. John B. Cnme, 55, Edgar M. Elberl, 36, Ilcr- -bert F. Geisler, 36, Deneen A. Watson, 27; state treasurer, Warren E. Wright, 477, Robert J. Branson, 394. Conrad F. Becker, 321; superintendent of public Instruction, Vernon L. Nickell, 918; state central committeeman, Russell T. Beebe, Sufi; state senator. Milton Mueller. 985; state representative, Edward D. Groshong, 2.435, Ralph T. Smith, 1,273; senatorial committeemen, Wilfred Pete Halbe, 712, Charles A. O'Neil, 560. M. U. Dfirner, 404, Dtiriy Donbrow. 186; county Judt'e, R. W. Griffith. 1,021: county clerk. Knvin 11. Isonbrrg, '.W2; probate judge, Dale G. Hyle, 934; probate court rlerk, Diaries A. Papp, 904. Drino CniTimlttrrmrn Democratic precinct committeemen elected were: 1, Harry Carter; 2, Dcwey Gardner; Leo Millilcllo Sr,; 4. Harry Robertson; 5, Richard Pinkerton; 6, Gordon Mnllory; 7, William Maioney; 8, Robert Green; 9, Virgil Overmeyer; 10, William HiiRhson; 11, La Roy Bordeaux; 12, John MeConncll; 1'), John Witlkcr; 14, Ben Williams; 15, Clelus Shell: Ifi, John llcnk- hnus, 17, 13. Phelan. Republican precinct roiniuil- teemen elected were: 1, Roy Fmzpr; 2, Hugh JAunnhan; .'I, Frank Stnrkey; 4, Jess Ford; 5, C. K. Mngufre: 6, Arthur Sweet; 7, Harold Hollimd; 8, Orville Ogloshy; n, Vi?-gil Gentry; 10, Earl BurlcKon; 11, Albert. M. Rowan; 12, Ben II. Bryjinl; 13, Henry Wandling; 14, Robert Coolcy; 15, Glenn Underwood; 16, Charles Thomae; 17, A. King. Hospital Auxiliary Plans Egg, Bake Sale WOOD RIVER — Tho Wood River Township Hospital Auxiliary will have a colored Kn.ster egg nnd bake sale at the Meyer Hardware Store, Ferguson Ave., beginning m 9 n . m . .Snturrfny. Advance orders are being nc- cepted by members of (lie finance committee Including Mrs. Louis Cox, chairman, Mrs. Jesse Dlckerson, Mrs. Alvin Blair, Mrs. W. O. Bafeby, Mrs. Stanley Edsall, Mrs. Kenneth Halfleld, Mrs. Frank White and Mrs. Edith Lyons. Meriting* Scheduled WOOD RIVER _ The Past President's .Parley of American Legion Post 204 Auxiliary will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Loyal Palmer, 318 .E. Acton Ave., at 8 p. m. Thursday. Sarah Cnmp 6903 of Royal Neighbors of American will have « politick luncheon at noon Thursday at IOOF Hall. The meal dish will be served by the lodge. Mrs. .Gertrude Aljets will be hostess to the Past Noble Grand's Club of Thompson Rcbokah Lodge at the homo of Mrs. Irvln Ran 411 N. Central Ave, Roxana Thursday evening. WOOD RIVER - Hurry Davis, flying soldier of fortune now re! siding in Ptoxana. told mf'mbrrs of the Optimist Club srtrnr of his experiences rlurins; a rlub meeting Tuesday ni|;hl «l Skaggs dining mom. Davis sairl he has lodged a total of 8700 flying hours and has been in 50 different countries. Still a British subject, Davis has applied for American citizenship. He joined the Royal Air Force in 1D3!). wnrl later underwent training by the U.S. Navy al Lambert Field in SI. I-oiii.s. He lolrl of 'lyiriK with Maj. Gen. Clnlie Channault's Flying Tigers in China in the Inte mi's, nnd dl Inter duly »* a bomber nnd cargo pilot, including bomb- Ing raids on Berlin during the uar. Davis also flew pilgrims from Rome to Isrnel following Ihe war, and flew for Ihe Israeli A i r Force. He was introduced by Frank I/ovell, program chairman. It. WHS announced April '21 will lie 'Indies night. Mike Ilnynes, student ft Mnrr|i!fllc High School in Alton nnd winner ol an oratorical conleyl, will lie nuesl speaker, Hfirl his parents will he guests. Appointed In a nominating com- millec to prepare a slaie of officer for the coming year with A. P. Stuart. Wayne .Stevens, Dr. Maurice Woll, Dr. Herman Hoover. It. was announced the district meeting will be heir) In Melle- vllle May 4, and an asparagus dinner will he served that, nighl. Leroy L'mcrick and Roy Ecl- wards were guosls. Kenneth Sweet, president, presided. MILLER'S fashion .magic... fore and aft, unior petites tovtu. 2-lont tlor»l print (polished cotton with imnting tiillei »nd «*» wb. Wood River WOM Hear Kit/miller WOOD RTVKR - - K d w a r d Klt/.miller, Alion hair stylist, Rfiokf and gave a demonstration of hnir styling B( the mating of the Womon of thp MOOSP, Tuesday niRht. Mrs. Kitzmlllpr nnr) mfmhfrs nt the club served ns Mirjflf'ls. Mis (.'ml Riondillo wns inlil- Hlfrl ns n nfw member. The academy of friendship /fcfivcd an invitation lo attend iho Dr>- i-atur mn!'linj{ May 2. A donation lo Ihe cancer drive w«x marto, and members voted lo sponsor Iwo Girl Scout, troops instead of one ns nl. present. It was announced Ihe women will serve nx-n Is for the district bowling meeting here Saturday and Sunday. Prizes were won hy Mrs. Abner. Mrs. Jack Ranz, Mrs. O. D. Morris, Mix Clnrencp Mackey, Mi 1 -.-. Mni-.v Cohlnr>, Mrs. Nellie KM, Mis. Ituy CitiMJi) nnrl Mrs. V/i;;ll Au*Mn. T'IP refri.i.shinenl. lohle wns derornled lii Inn Easier motlff. Mrs. Mnniio Hoffman, tiome- makliiK chairman, wns In chniKc. of refreshments, assisted by Mrs. Lester Kramer, Mrs. Austin and Mr.s. Ahncr. MISS IIKLUCK C.ZOHN, former director of nursing wrvico at Wood River Township Hospital, ha* horn honored by the Township Nnrsc-s Socle-, v. Thoy have named a newly estah- f . scholarship flind Units Offered to Priority 3 Housing Office at East Alton Gets 77 Contracts to Buy V EAST ALTON — A total of 77 i social meeting of the East Alton ,v,, w ,,, nave ,,ve the llelllce 7orn Scholar* days beginning today to submit ship Fund. It Is to bft avail- purchase agreements. A list of West German women are bo- coming Ihe most smartly dressed in Kurope, Frankfurt reports. The dowdiness and povcryl of Ihe early postwar years are gone. 'Back lo God Movement 9 Wood River Legion Urges All O O M e in b e r s to Attend Church WOOD RIVKR — The local American Legion Post is Inking nn active part In the "Back to God Movement" being sponsored currently by the National American Legion organization, according to report of the committee chairman, Bill Blacklock, at (ho Monday evening meeting of the post at Legion Hall. Blacklock's committee has been meeting regularly the two months carefully setting up their local program with the first interest In mind of gelling all post members and their families Inlo the church of their choice. Other members of the committee are Phillip Schoppet, Hay Ester- li-in, Joe Barr. Bill Barker, Fred Penning and Jerry Tralller, representative of all faiths. Announcement was made thai the p o s I sponsored Boy Seoul Troop :>5 has been cited ns a 25 year vclcrnn in Boy Scouts of America. Arthur Northway is the scoutmaster assisted by Louis Ilollman. The commit tec members are Edwin Doerr, Ivan Kramer, W. L. Cordcs and Robert Wilhitc. The Explorer Post 35, also Legion sponsored, has been pre- sented Its charter. Advisors for Ihe posl «re Chnrles Stanley nnd Les Collon, The committee includes Lloyd Dlldine, Clyde Prttthcr, Wesley Hurley and Ivan Kramer. The commander appointed a committee to plan a safety drive for the near future. Gus Bangert, flag chairman, reported to the group (tint he now has a number of flags for sale. Itetiirn From Florida WOOD RIVER —Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Foutch hnvc relumed from Florida where thcv attended the 195'1 Lenders Club convention sponsored by Ihe Stale Farm Insurance Companies. More than 2,500 persons were in attendance representing Ihe company field representatives, their wives and lop officials of-the home office al Bloominglon. Mr. and Mrs. Foutch flew from St. Petersburg to Havana, Cuba, where (hey spent a couple of days then returned to Miami, before coming home. The old baldy among American birds is the buzzard rather than the eagle. The bald eagle's head actually is covered with white feathers. As seen in Seventeen SEE IT IN OUR WINDOW E4GIE STAMPS lour Extra Savings MILLER'S It pays to be sure^ the BIG NAME HEATING! ahle in students wishing to further their education in the nursing field. Miss 7orn Is now associated with a Los Angeles Hospital. Wood River Cubs Receive Awards WOOD RIVKR--"Dlack (lold" is the Cub Scout theme for this month and in keeping the program at Ihe Monday evening meeting of Cub Scout Pack 5 featured a film entitled "Birth of an Oil Well", which was provided by Shell Oil Co. The Sinclair Oil and Refining Company presented the pack with a miniature filling station lo emphasize the April theme. Mrs. Ray Highfill's Den 3 en- tertnlned with a skit entitled "Hunting Tribe". Cubs initiated at Ihe meeting were: Lloyd Grafford, Larry Newnom, Danny Sparks, Joha Urban, Glondal Harper, Robert Sutllcrs, and Donald Miller. Awards w r r e presented to Richard Panyik, Danny Bryant, Curl Slcinkruus, Gary Worlhcn, Denny Burk. Joe Eckman, Lynn Pulford, Mike Porter, G a r y Zacny, Joel Morrison, Donald M o u s e r, Mike Mead, Donald Acord, and Delmar Monken. One year service pins were awarded to Robert, Billy Gibson and Jimmy Gilworth. Attendance awards went to Donny Hartshorn. Robert Weise, Gary Hlghfill, Dvici Bellinger, Denny Burk, Danny Bryant, Dan Thompson. Mike Porter, Mike Urban, Mike Mead and Donald Bake. . The May 17 meeting of the pack will be a politick supper al Camp Warren Levis nt 6 p.m. Tallinn Over Itusincss • WOOD RIVER — Mrs. El Frieda Swann announced today that she Is taking over the management of her Inle .husband's trucking and excavating company at 1005 Edwardsville Road. During Robert Swann's illness purchase agreements xvpre submitted to the defense housing office before the deadline Tuesday and the units not spoken for were offered to those in priority three beginning today. Those in priorities one and two. veteran and non-veteran occupants, had .TO days in which to signify they wished to purchase" the homes in which they lived. Ivan Burlingame, sales officer, said the 77 agreements submitted of a total of 149 parcels offered for sale wns about normal percentagewise. He said some ?.() units of those offered tor sale arc vacant al present. Those in priority three, vcter- i occupants who desire to pur- •base a unit other than that in which they live, will have five the parcels not spoken for during the first 30 day period has been posted in the housinp office, and further details may be obtained al Ihe office. Mothers' Club will be held Thursday at 1 p. m. at Blair school. Second grade students will provide the entertainment, and all mothers are invited. To Kntfrtafn Past Pfflldenta EAST ALTON - Mrs. Hillery Barker will entertain the past presidents' parley of the East Alton American Legion Auxliary Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at her home. 328 Job St. Former Resident I>les EAST ALTON - Word has been received here by Mrs. Howard Franklin of the death of Mrs. Betty Dir.ois. a former resident al Nashville Monday. She has been hospitalized there since January. Mrs. Duvois is survived by her husband, Don, one son and two daughters. Duvois transfer Jenne Reelected Head Of TB Assn. Wood River May V Have New Police Chief This Week WOOD RIVER. -The city will probably have a new police chief by the end of the week. Several persons have taken examinations for the position, and announcement of a selection will probably be made within the next two days. The new chief will replace Frank Sweet, who has been acting chief since his resignation last month. daughters. I.nivois transfer- *|r/ J in* frt red "to Nashville as a railroad | H 00(1 KlVCF LlHSS Takes Field Trip employe about t<vo years ago. KAST ALTON — Four groups first grade pupils of East Alton elementary schools visited the llhrury ,_. village llhrury Monday, the Houses which remain unsold in i librarian, Mrs. Harold MacDon- the next five days will be offer-1 aid, reporter! today. They in- ed to those in priority four, vet-' eluded pupils of Mrs. Robert enms who do not reside in the ' Gipson. of Blnir School; Mrs. project, but who intend lo oi> • Leon Gimmey, Blair School; cupy the unit tbey purchase. .Mother's Club to Meet EAST ALTON — The regular Airs. T. B. Richardson, Lincoln School, and Miss Cleo Vanatta, Lincoln School. Parents, Teachers to Vote On PTA at Wood River WOOD RIVER - All parents, and hvichers, as well ns other school personnel, of the community high school will meet in the school auditorium at 7:30 p. m. April 23 lo decide whether or not to organize a High School Parent Teacher Association. Establishment of such an organization has been discussed pro and con in the community the past several months. Following suggestions of parents and school officials a committee was formed of representatives'of the various elementary school PTAs of the area for promotion of this PTA with the purpose of pro- moling better cooperation between Ihe parents and teachers for the betterment of the students. After consultation with teachers Ihe principal and deans of the high school, as well as parents, Ihe committee has decided to call this mass meeting to lake a vole before following the project further. Mrs. Robert O. Evans of Quincy, high school chairman of the Illinois congress of parents and teachers, will be in attendance to speak to I he group and conduct a question and answer period. If the vole is in the affirma- and since his death the company has been under direction of Raymond Zimmerman of Alton. Mrs, Swann is now residing at 411 N. Fifth St. Wood River VFW Auxiliary Chair man Appointed for Year WOOD RIVER — Standing committee chairmen were appointed by Mrs. Jack Cuccione, president, during a VFW Auxiliary meeting Monday night. Appointed were: Mrs. Pete Krniley, national home; Mrs. William McAnany, legislative; Mrs. Harold Scherff, Americanism; Mrs. Edith Lyons, hospital; Mrs. Oma Reidiel and Mrs. Tony Filardo, co-chairmen; Mrs. Hazel Miller, rehabilitation; Mrs. James Peters, child welfare; Mrs. Lloyd Dlldine, youth activity; Mrs. Joseph Campo, co-chairmnn; Mrs, Arthur Curfman, publicity; Mrs, Gene Prultt, poppy; Mrs. Gilbert ling- en, cancer research; Mrs. Carl Benefie), membership; Mrs, Harold Naylor, scrnpbook; Miss Donna Curfman, civil defense; Mrs. Leon Schneider, bond; Mrs. John Klceman, community service. Mrs. Oscar La Plant and Mrs, Anthony Paynic were initiated as new members. A contribution was made to the American Cancer Society nnd members voted to participate in the cancer drive April 28. A donation was made to the Mother's Day cigarettes for veterans fund of the state auxiliary. The charter was draped in memory of Mrs, Virginia* Radcliff, past department president. Members, brought canned goods for the family of a local hospitalized veteran. Forty-six members of the post and auxiliary attended the skating parly in Granite City Saturday night.. live, officers will be elected and the new PTA formed. Members of t he promotion committee are Mrs. V. J. Bra/- ier and Mrs. Guy Helm of East Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zagar of Hartford, Mrs. Russell Ihappell of Lincoln School; and Mrs. William More and Mrs. Clarence Cola of Lorena Avenue PTA. <iiilhl Officer* WOOD KIVER — Officers of the World Wide Guild of First Baptist Church were installed Monday night at the home of Mrs. Robert Solomon. The new officers are Sandra Priest, president; Linda Nelson, vice president; Ramona More, secretary; Bonnie Alexander, treasurer; Sylvia Keith, devotional leader; Kay D^viggins, song leader. Mrs. Arthur Northway and Mrs. Solomon will be sponsors for the guild. The group is planning a picnic at Marquette State Park in May. Annuity Club WOOD RIVER - A new type of program will be featured at the next meeting of the Standard Oil Annuity Club at the Roundhouse April 20 at 1:30 p. m. Games of all kinds, including horseshoe pitching, will be available, and there will be different kinds of card games. Business session will bt. shorter and refreshments wil' be served. Wood Kiver Notes WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bell of 40 Eckhard Ave. and Mrs. Bell's sister, Mrs. Anna, Bowen nnd son, of Hannibal, Mo., spent Saturday and Sunday in Augusta, Ga., with the Bell's son, William. Miss Ruth Lancaster has arrived from Washington, D. C, to spend some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Thornton Lancaster, of 350 Penning Ave. She plans to be here through Easter Sunday. D of I Meeting Canceled WOOD RIVER. — There will be no regular meeting of Bishop 3'Connor Circle of Daughters of Isabella Thursday night because of this being Holy Week, Mrs. Emmet Howard, regent, announced today. The meeting is WOOD RIVER — The social studies class of Miss Mary Margaret Quinn at the Community High School look a field trip to Cahokia and St. Louis today. They were to visit Ihe mounds near Cahokia and The Jefferson Memorial in St. Louis. The students left Une school at 8:30 this morning and were scheduled to return this afternoon. Church Women of Wood River Plan MayDayLuncheon WOOD RIVER — Eight churches were represented at the Monday afternoon meeting ot Wood River Council of Church women at First Baptist Church. The program for the May Fellowship day luncheon was outlined. The luncheon is scheduled for May 7 at noon at First Baptist Church, Third St. and Lorena Ave. Nylon hose are to be brought lo the luncheon as this year's project. Theme for this annual May event is "Christian Woman's Trusteeship". In other business delegates were named to attend the annual meeting to be held in Bloomington May 13-14. Junior Women of Wood River Feted WOOD RIVER. — Mrs. Frances Charles Wenlz of Edwardsville entertained members and guests of the Junior Woman's Club with humorous and dramatic skits at the regular meeting of the club at Wood River School Monday evening. The club voted donations to the Cancer fund and to the state junior project of sending teachers to school for training in work with exceptional children. Mrs. James Elble and Mrs. Jerry Trattler were named alternate delegates to the state convention. Announcement was made of the annual 22nd District convention to be held April 20 in East St. Louis. Mrs. Arthur Anderson, mother of a junior club member, was the evening's prize winner. '1,69 A Bargain a Day Keeps the Wolf Awayl Plastic Colored BROOMS Watch for Our Big 3rd ANNIVERSARY SALE! COMING SOON! J. A. W. MARKET South Roxana WOOD RIVER -- All officers and members of the executive committee of Madison County Tuberculosis Association were reelected during the annual meeting Mondsry night at Skaggs Dining 'Room. The officers are Elmer E. Jenne, Moro, president; A. H. Rode, Granite City, first vice president; A. B. Rpinsch, Granite City, second vice president; Miss Mary Gschwend, Alton, secretary; R. S. Barnsback, Edwardsville, treasurer. On the executive committee arc Walter Cavncr, Clarence Decker, William O. Frederick, Thomas Hamlin, C. M. Hellrung. t:. F. Moore and E. H. Theis. Elected to the board of directors for three year terms were W. E. Delicate, Edwardsville; E. W. Ellis, St. Jacob; Mrs. T. T. Harrison, New Douglas; Joseph Kempff, Helvetia; Edwin Lowenstein, Helvetia; C. E. Molden, Jarvis; Leslie Prehn, Bethalto; .T. F. Schlafly, Alton; G. B. Smnlh. Alton; J. J. Springman, Alton; Mr.s. E. A. Young, Nnmcoki; Robert Harlow, Alton; Warren Stookey, Wood River; Fred Behrendt, Edwardsville. It was reported gross income from the 195;! Christmas seal sale was 532.937. Total disbursements of $23,788.01 were reported by the group for the year. A total of 13,043 X-rayi were made in the county during the year at a cost of almost. $9,000, financed through the sale of Christmas seals. Daniel R. Blount, director of sales training for the International Shop Company in St. Louis, was guest speaker. Ellsworth Thwing, assistant executive director of the Illinois Tuberculosis Association, also addressed the group. Kenneth Schubert of Roxana presented an accordian solo. 1'EA <iroup Frtwl WOOD RIVER — The regular luncheon meeting of chapter FC of PEO was at the home of Mrs. S. E. Gaboon, 242 Ninth St., Monday with Mrs. Kcnnlh Hull as assistant hostess. This being th» pre-Easter meeting the program was "Women of the Bible" and was conducted by Mrs. Gaboon. Nineteen members were present and three guests, Mrs. Clyde Schmoeler, Mrs. August Hershey and Mrs. Robert MacDuff of Alton. Takes Over Management WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Elfrieda Swann announced today that she is taking over the management of her late husband's trucking and excavating: company at 1005 Edwardsville Rd. scheduled for Tuesday at K. of C. Hall. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK TOLE TRAYS ! 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