Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 14, 1954 · Page 21
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1054 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Man Injured As Tire Blows Up Joseph Griz/.le Taken to Wood River Hospital WOOD niVKR. —Joseph Grizzle. 2fi, of Rt. 1. Jerseyville. was admitted lo Wood River Township Hospital Tuesday evening, following ft mishap at his place of employment, Rogers Cartage Co. An official of the company reported thaf he was changing a tire on one of the trucks when it blew off striking him in the fare. His injuries were reported to he contusions of the forehead, a puncture wound of the scalp, and contusions and lacerations of the inner lower lip. When admitted In the hospital, after heing removed there by Streeper amhn- 1; nr e, according to report, he u;is in n shocked condition, hut (his morning was said lo be doing well. RoxanaPYFto Meet Thursday ROXANA—The Youth Fellowship of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at 6:30 p. m. Thursday at the church. Robert Ruskiri and Jack Kleinert will lead a. discussion about "Our Parents' Problems". Refreshments will be served by Mrs. John Ruskin and Mrs. Oscar Meinert. WMU Work Meet ROXANA—The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church will meet at the church Thursday for an all-day meeting. The morning will be spent sewing, a sack lunch will be served at noon and a program will be conducted in (he afternoon at 1:30 p.m. Plan Egg Hunt ROXANA. — An Easier egg hunt for children of the elementary department of the First Baptist Church is planned for 10 a.m. Friday on the church and school ground. Under the Romans, scourging always preceded crucifixion. Ensler Program \Hrtiiks Loses in Judge's Hnce At Wood Hirer High Thursday, PAGE NINETEEN WOOD RIVKR. - A reading of "The Terrible Meek." a pus?ion play by Charley Kennedy, will highlight the annual Easter | assembly program at Community High School Thursday morning. The presentation will he in the form of a reading in English dialect rather than as a play. Miss Irma Tucker, director of the Little Theater of the YMCA in St. Louis, will play the part of Mary, Mother of Christ; Lockwood Wiley will portray the Roman cen- turian, who ordered the crucifixion, and Richard Claridge. the soldier who carries out the execution. A choir under drrection of Miss Vera. Jones will also participate in the program. Attends C'reillt t'nlon Meet WOOD RIVKR. ~ H. Clark Foster of Rosewood Heights represented the Olin Industries, Inc., credit union board, of which he is a past president, at the 24th annual delegates meeting of the Illinois Credit Union at Sherman Hotel. Chicago, Friday and Saturday. Sunday he visited with his brother. Frank, at Kion. Foster is the current president of Alton-Wood River chapter of Illinois Credit Union league. Belangee Heads DisL 101 Board Organization Meeting Held Monday Night EAST ALTON. — Orville Lay and Milo Gingrich were seated on the District 101 Elementary School Board following a canvass of the vote by the board Monday night. Wilburn Belangee was reelected president of the board and V. J. Brazier reappointed secretary. Olher members of (he board are Mrs. Truman Vroman, Emory Walkington and Thad Fife. The board voted to continue meeting on the first Monday of each month. ! Aderton, Bopp Nominated for Sheriff in Calhoun Primary HARDIN In a hotly contested primary election here Tuesday that had six Democratic candidafes for the nomination of sheriff of Calhoun County, Herman Ropp nosed out seheid's 391. and William Fiddler's 367. Cuba Tureman unopposed on the GOP ticket for sunerinten- dent of schools, received 1.155 vote;; Charles _ _, Karl I complimentary .„„,„.„ Crader 366 to 350 to cain a snot | Sconcr Sr . unopposed for county mjhe general election in No- commissioner had 1,!)93. and Howard Sweetman for clerk polled 1,221 votes. FITTING beauty for the Easter Parade STOCKINGS eawotheet fit of all in HUMMHVC BOB MBW ftiVBMriT* Mocking*. indmdmUy proportioned for aecu- ret« length »»d leg •tope. Come in today, for jMt the shade to •<* IS leagtlk* MM! leg •hapet, each differently CameUlz Blossom Beige Rose Taupe fit Shorn 8K to 10U; Devenfit Medium 8!4 to 11; LEE SHOPS Bell* St., Plena St., Alton. E. Ferguson Ave., W. River vember. Other Democratic candidates for sheriff and their total vote were: Henry Klockenkemper, 271; Krcell Liley, 20S; Ollie Price. 12, and Clifton Bennett, 8. In other county contests on the Demo ticket, Ralph Moses edged out Kflwin Ducey 620 to "•SI; ,Jamcs V. McDonald swamped I.. V. Kinser in the race for nomination as superintendent of schools 987 to 207. alid Fred Osterman defeated Casper Steinberg for county commissioner 790 to 255. Joseph Day Jr., unopposed for nomination as county clerk on the Democratic ticket, polled 1,045 votes; John Schmieder, unopposed for the Democratic nomination as county treasurer garnered 1,006 votes and Paul Durr had 921 for senatorial committeeman. In the four-man race for Republican nomination as sheriff on the GOP slate, Paul Adr-rlon was high man with 788 votes. Edgar Pethel, his nearest oppon- j ent had 238 voles, William Hor-' man Sr. 211, and' Frank Hagen had 105. Judge Lee Hanks, in his bid j to regain the county judge post on the Republican ticket, was defeated by George Sibley, 831 to 554. Orville Johnes, prsont sehriff i of Calhoun, won the nomination tor treasurer on the Republican I ticket with 579 votes to Helder-' county St. PtmV* WM\S to Mi>ct ROSKVVOOD HEIGHTS.-Mrs. • T B. Randolph, president of the WSCS, announced today that members desiring transportation to the meeting of Woman's Society of Christian Service of St. Paul's Methodist Church at the home of Mrs. James Stanford, Klopmeirr Addition, at 7:30 this evening may call her at 4-5056, hep home, or call Mrs. Stanford at 4-2097. About one-fifth of U.S. men over 75 years old are employed. Union Knstrr Service Planned At Soulh Hoxonn SOfTH ROXANA —Joint Kas- tci Sunrise services will he con- j ducted nt 6 a.m. Sunday at the First Southern Baptist Church in South Roxana by the Freewill Baptist, Methodist, Assembly of God, and First Southern Baptist Churches of South Roxana and the Methodist Church of Wanda. The Rev. William Dipenhrork, pastor of the First Southern Baptist Church, will dleliver the message and music will be under the direction of the Rev. K. Srott Bii'-hele, pastor of the Wanda Methodist Church. To (live Song Recital SOUTH ROXANA-The Rev. K. Scott Buchele, pastor _of the Wanda Methodist Church, wil give a baritone voice sncref song recital at 7:30 p.m. Thurs day in the Wanda church. Thr public is cordially invited to attend. Revival al Southern Baptist SOUTH ROXANA — Reviva services nre currently heinp Firr Anxiliarira Plan Meet at Roxana in May ROXANA — The Firemen's Auxiliary met Monday evening and the president Mrs. Henry Weiss appointed the following committees tor the district meeting i» M,-i\ : Table, decorating and pri/e, Mrs. James Venable, Mrs. Weiss, Mrs. Robert Lovell and Mrs. Vincent Nownski; food. Mrs. I^wrence Hoffman. Mrs. ! featured, (leorge Bruce, Mrs. Hermmi Turnbeaugh and Mrs. Graydon Watkins; entertainment. Mis. Clyde Lawrence. Mrs. Gordon Kennedy, Mrs. Raymond cliffe. Mrs. lx>uis Schnell is welcoming chairman. Twelve members attended this meeting and refreshments were served by Mrs. Venable and Mr*. Kennedy. TM«n ftwnny ftonnre ROXA N A-The' Student Council of the ROXMIB High School will sponsor « "Bunny Bounce" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the gymnasium of the high school. Dancing and Rames will be Karly American colonists who fertilized their crops with 1.000 fish to the acre reported that one acre so treated grew as much as fhree acres without the fish. The homes of former Prttt- dents George Washington, Wowl- row Wilson, James Monroe Thomas Jefferson are in Virginia. COMMUNITY GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES APRIL 16th 12 NOON to 3 P. M. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST CHRISTIAN SECOND AXD LORENA, WOOD RIVEn. MEDITATION: SEVEN WORDS OF CHRIST Rptikm will h« lot-H mtnliUri. Minlr hy ramblnerl Choln «f Wood River Churrhri. E«ch mrdllAlInn will h» pmtnttit. In inrh > w»y Ihul wnrthlppcr* nur r«mr mid »n it will. Sponsored By WOOD RIVER MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE Rreder and Mrs. Floyd Rnd conducted at the First Southern Baptist Church by Kvanselist Johnny Rcnrd of Texas. Services began Monday evening mid will continue through April -',"> at 7:.10 p.m. each evening. Jones Nominated for Sheriff in Maconptn CARLtNVTLLE—Elmer Jones, acting sheriff of Maeoupin County, won the Republican nomination for sheriff in Tuesday's primary election, defeating Ford Welton' 3.7K7 lo UM. Rend Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Attention SHIFT WORKERS! GENERAL ELECTRIC AIR-CONDITIONER $19000 i • Pr«*S«aton Special , All MoiUlt and Sim Up ti DIAL 4-4364 KRAMER 29 EAST FERGUSON fnififtil tint ELECTRIC COMPANY WOOD RIVER •F. Goodrich TRADE-IN Yew wouldn't try to g*t th* last jump from a porachut* -Don't try to tquooio th* lait mil* from your tir*»| Trad* now whll* you can g*t a high trade-in. SALE ENDS APRIL 30 THE NEW TODAY'S LIVING COLLECTION BY Drexel IS YOUR KIND OF MODERN -COME SEE WHY! 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