Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1954 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 23, 1954
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FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1954 Upper Alton News ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH fit ftE-2O$E PROPMMff Board of zoning appeals today voted to recommend denial ol a petition to re-zone property at 29)2 College Ave. for business par- puses. Action was taken following a public hearing this morning at City Hall during which three objectors appeared. A board spokesman said they were bound by law to recommend denial of the petition of John A. and Alfreds Greer because more tMn 20 per cent and more of the adjacent property owners objected. Those appearing in opposition to the petition were the Rev. Francis Henderson and W. J. Mindrup of the College Avenue Presbyterian Church, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, representing themselves and Mrs. J. E. Walton, and Mrs. Grace Layton. A board member said most of tlic objections were based on the fnct that the petitioner did not specify for what p-irpose the property would be used if the re-zoning plea were panted. RAI1V PKNETRATKS cmoi'NW 8 INCHES The slow rain which fell in the past 'IS hours soaked into (he > ground six to eight inches. j Spade wielders in Hip area this morning said they were amazed at the depth of penetration for a rain which measured slightly less than an inch. This was attributed to the almost perfect condition under which the precipitation fell, slowly and consistently. ERNEST DUNNEOAN HEADS UNION PTA Ernest Dunnegan was elected president of the Parent-Teacher Association at a meeting at Union School Thursday night. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Dewcy Watt, vice president ; Mrs. Joe Kennedy, secretary; and Mrs. Jack Collins, treasurer. Miss Virginia Swettenham, school nurse, spoke on "Immunization and Health." . It was announced that the summer roundup would be held «t the school May 7. Children who will enter the first grade next fall for Ihc first time are required to register. A birth certificate should be available. Registration will begin at 9 a. m. with Miss Swettenham in charge. Refreshments were served. X AUTO COLLISIONS IN V.A. THURSDAY Two motorvehiclc collisions were listed in Upper Alton Thursday evening, and police notations indicate rain was falling at the time each occurred. At 4:55 p.m., a sedan driven by Maceo Allen of 2610 Market St. was in collision at the offset FOSTER'S PRESCRIPTION SERVICE DAILY 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS 9 A. M. - 1 P. M. and 4P.M.— 10P.M. EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTIONS, DELIVERED AT ONCE If You Request Our Prescription Service Your Doctor Will Be Clod To Coll Us PHONE 2-2832 230 East Broadway Alton, Illinois 34641 College - Seminary with a sedan driven by Donald E. Sargent of New York who was operating the car of his father, Clarence E. Sargent of 1851 Evergreen Ave. The 2200- Work of College was the scene of the second crash, at 7:35 p.m.. a police report shows, when a ydan driven by Harold, Kaslnge'r of Route 1, Godfrey, .brushed two parked cars, one a sedan of Francis Hord of 2221 College, the other a sedan of William R. Norris of 2301 College AVP. The Kastnger and Hord cars were moved by a towcar. According to the report, Kasinger said h« started to pass a car ahead whe"n an approaching car came over a rise in the street, and his sedan skidded when he applied the brakes. BEST CtRE FOR FISH TALE DOUBTS, CLEAN 'EM The Upper Alton residents inclined to disbelieve the story about the 30,000 fish caught in less than two hours by a trio of fishermen early this week have missed the opportunity for concrete proof. A reporter sat in Thursdn.v on » head shucking session in the basement of one of the fishermen and heard a comment from one previous disbeliever. "When they said they had ten thousand of them I thought they were nuts," she said. "But now I think they under estimated." At that moment she was wearily shucking off the head of what she felt was her lOO.OOOlh smell. The fish were caught with nets Monday in Michigan off Lake Huron where the smelt run is at its height. Sgl. Robert A. Brown, one of the fishermen, got his fish cleaning done early. He and a crew dressed what IIP estimated as 4000 smelts Wednesday. The other fishermen, Fred Haper and Harold Alexander, are bravely plodding ahead with their cleaning job. With the influx of 10,000 smelt into Alton some of them are certain to get around to housewives who have never seen one before. Because there has been no recipe for preparation of smelt in the Telegraph to cover the present emergency, the following may be helpful: Don't let the small si/.e of the smelt make you over-confident in preparing them. They can fight back after you eat them- if you don't know what you are doing. Best hints that came to hand from old smelt fryers advise that you soak them in salt water for about a half hour, dip them in an egg and milk batter, and then roll them in com meal and flour. Deep fry them like shrimp. A fishing expert on the Telegraph staff said that a properly c.ooked smelt tastes like a sardine, only sweeter. CAUTION: Don't discard these simple instructions because you feel that you never will get a smelt to cook. With 10,000 of them on hand folks with a priority are going to get tired of eating them and the odds are even that some of the deep-frozen smelt will trickle eventually to every home in the county, TRACK TEAM REUNION TO BE IIELI> SATURDAY A reunion of one of the standout track teams in Alton High School history will take place Saturday, 6 p.m., at Selhime's. It will be the first reunion for the team which represented the school in the 1943-44 season. The dinner will br served in the private dining room. Team coaches during those years, Ray L. Jackson and Antone Jureziz, will attend. Former team members expected are: HomerMathus, Fred Fay, Durward Worley, Maurice Roberts, Norman Showers, Orville Combs, Bob McGhee, Delmar Blodgett and Harvey Veit. OVERHEATED STOVK CAUSES MILTON CALL Milton Volunteer Fire Department answered a. call Thursday, 5:45 p.m., at the home of Willie Tilton, 3204 Edsall Ave. Firemen said the alarm was sounded because of an overheated stove, which caused no damage. In other news, representatives of the department attended the Madison County Fire Association meeting Thursday rrf|t»rt at Troy. The Milton group was led by Fire Chief Ervin. . TO HOLD MBtWOW AHH VICK'S SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' DRESS SHOES Regular $7.95 Value $495 0 All liiej 4 to 9. 2HPIAIA5T, Optn Fridays Until 9 P.M. f New MriiMm Httl* f Nfv Illusion H»ei» • Fine Quality The reoWon of three daughter* and their 90-year-old mother will top off the 40th weddhift anniversary dinner party Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dreseher. 1832 Worden Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Blodfrett of Paradise. Calif., and Mrs. John Hagan of Kansas City, Mo., are guests of Mr and Mrs. Drescher. Mrs. BTodsett, Mrs. Ha Ran and Mrs. Drescher are sisters and are the daughters of Mrs. Linnette Bixler. now residing: with the Dreschers, who was 90 last December. *t is the first time in 25 years that mother and the three daughters have held a reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Drescher have three sons. They are: John, in the drapery business in Upper Alton; Richard, also of Alton, and Mark, residing in Los Angeles, Calif. The couple has resided in Alton for about 25 years. They were married in Quincy. tOOO AT BtLLV ORAIIAM MOVIE AT HIGH SCHOOL The latost Dr. Billy Oraliam movie will he booked into Al- Ion as soon as practical, the Rov. Cfipl D. Mitchell announced today after an estimated 1000 saw the showing ol "Mr. Texas" Thursday night at the Alton Hi;:h School auditorium. "The turn-out and the comments following the performance last night makes it imperative that Dr. Graham's Inlest film be brought to Alton," the Rev. Mitchell, president of (be Upper Alton Ministers and Evangelistic Fellowship, SGid. He addec that it was hoped that the newer movie, "Oil Town, USA," will be available this summer. It concerns Dr. Graham's giant revival in Dallas, Tex., the largest ever conducted in the South. Thursday night's film was in color and sound and on a large- sized screen. High points were an address by Dr. Graham, his choir, and a story about the eventual conversion to a life of Christian service of two professional actors. MKS. K. J. MrrillLLII'S BACK IN HOSPITAL Mrs. E. J. McPhillips, 2511a College Ave., entered St. Anthony's Infirmary Thursday evening for further treatment of a heart ailment. It is not known when she will be discharged. COUPLE RETURNS TO U.A. TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY ' Two former long-time residents of Upper Alton will return temporarily to the neighborhood where they spent most of their married life in order that friends may help them celebrate their 65lh wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Slalp, 1731 Clawson St., will hold an open house from 2 to 5 Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall who now reside in Godfrey at the Clifford Krug home. Mr. and Mrs. Hall resided at ClawSon and Bostwick Ave. for many years before moving to Godfrey. He is a former barber, at Western Miliary Academy. Mr. Hall is 85 and his wife is 84. The couple had one daughter, who is dead, and they have a grandchild and one great grandchild. Mr. Hall worked at bis trade in many sections of Alton bijt he low is retired. MAN RECEIVES LEG 1N.IURV AT WORK Stanley Jouett, 3613 Franor Ave., is in Alton Memorial Hospital where he was rushed after being injured at Shell Oil Co. Forty-seven stitches were required to close lacerations of the leg which was badly cut when a piece of metal fell on it last Tuesday night. Condition of the 44-year-old man is satisfactory. It is not known when he will be discharged . Meanwhile, at least two other area residents are in hospitals or have been discharged recently. Mrs. June Voss, 1417 Milton Rd., is in Alton Memorial Hospital where she will undergo surgery, a member of the family said, She entered Wednesday but it is not known when she will be discharged. Her condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Catherine Henderson, 3520 Gtllham Ave., is res'tlng comfortably .after undergoing surgery of the arm last Tuesday at Alton Memorial Hospital. She entered Monday and she may be discharged today. MRS. STICKLER AGAIN PRESIDENT OP WSCS Mrs. C. A. Stickler was reelected, president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Main Street Methodist Church at the annual breakfast Thursday. Other top officers elected were: Mrs. Orville fhles, vice president; 'Mrs. Arnold WU1, recording secretary; and Mrs. Ross King, treasurer. The latter two were reflected. Mrs. K, E, Winans reviewed Obituary Spencer Cox KWANIANS KAFKUING — Hie annal show w*a preicntcd Wednesday evening at Alton High auditorium. This seme mw caned Ballet Loose, and featured Paul Bott, Al Weber, Ellis Gaddls, Joe Crivello, Bill Stork, Lee Maas.—Photo bv Ofvilte Brown. North Alton Mews Phone 3-6641 (lib Pnrk <« Meets Cub Pack 62 nf Rufus Easton Sch*)l met Thursday evening with Herchnl Jones, pack committee chairman, presiding in absence of a cub master. Awards were made to Jim Millspaugh, Mike McKenzie. Eddie Cooper. David Belcher, Kddie Ballhurst, A. J. Smith, Paul Thomas, Jen-y Hoover, Eddie Cannon. The cubs who are studying oil and conservation were shown films on these subjects, and later played a basket ball game. The dnte of the father-son hike was tentatively set for July 17-18. Women who assisted at the social hour were Mrs. M. M. Ballhurst of Den 4 and Mrs. Victor Frye of Den 3, and mothers of these dens. Booster Dance William Baldridge has announced that the dance nt 8 p. m. Saturday at Northside Shelter House given by the Boosters and Auxiliary may be the last of the season-. There will be refreshments. 3. llocring To Return Home Five-year-old James Hoering, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoering, 3219 Hawthorne, expected to the book "Petticoat Town", which was written by her husband, a retired advertising man residing in Upper Alton. Mrs. Ann Hampton of Shurtleff College faculty was in charge of devotions. She used Psalm 150, "Praise Ye The Lord" and ajso a proverb, "Yesterday Is Dead, Forget It. Today Is Here, Use It." Decorations In the social room of the church where the breakfast was held were a high note 6f the event. Spring flowers and lighted candles adorned the tables, and the burst of colors was completed by place cards held by pots of pansies with the pots trimmed in vari-colored cellophane. Mrs. William Eckelman was in charge of decorations and she was assisted by Mrs. Harry Ramey and Mrs. Herbert Brune. Miss Marjorie Johnson, a student at Shurtleff College, presented two vocal solos. During the business meeting the society voted a donation to the deaconess retirement fund and for the new youth building at McKendree College. Members will attend the East St. Louis district meeting at Greenville, April 30, it was announced. May llth white cross auxiliary of Memorial Hospital will meet at the church. It was announced that the annual mothers and daughters banquet will be held May 18. Names of other members elected to posts will be carried later. TO HOLD FAMILY NIGHT AT FRANKLIN LODGE Franklin Lodge on Washington Ave. will hold a "Family Night" event Saturday, 8, p.m., and members and their families are invited. Program will include three films, one a travelogue of Yellowstone National Park and another a picture of the American cowboy. Boy Scouts will present an Indian ceremonial dance and the DeMolay boys will perform a comedy skit. A spokesman said the evening is planned to get families of members better acquainted. Re- resbmenU will be served. return home after undergoing minor surgery at St. Joseph's Hospital. He is in the kindergarten at SS. Peter & Paul's School. W. V. Group* To Go To (Irrrnvlllo Junior and Senior Westminster Fellowship Groups will meet at Elm Street Presbyterian Church Sunday at 1:30 p. m. to go to Greenville, where they will attend the rally from 2:30 p. m. DST to 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Lister will be in charge of the group. Those going arc expected to take a sack lunch and 50c to pay for their registration and n soft drink. The junior group will convene at First Baptist Church and the senior group will he at First Presbyterian Church, Greenville. Rev. and Mm. Klmhroiigh To Lake Vllln The Rev. and Mrs. William R. Kimbrough will leave Sunday afternoon for Druce Lake, Lake Villa, III., to attend the fourth annual Presbyterian Recreation Laboratory. They will remain all week and may be reached at Grayslake 3-9441. Mrs. Juorgrnftdt In Hospital Mrs. Gary Edsall snid that her mother, Mrs. Emily P, Jucrgenscn who lives with them at 620 Ro/.ier St., will probably be dismissed from St. Joseph's Hospital this weekend. A widow of Rev. Paul Juergensen, Mrs. Juergonsen will leave shortly to visit with her son, Rev. Arthur Juergensen at Gary, Ind. The Edsalls recently moved to Rozier St. from Danforth. Banquet (or Teacher* Plans for the banquet 1o be given for teachers of Rufus- Easton School by the Mothers Club were completed at the mothers' meeting Thursday at the school. This is the first event of this kind for the school, and it is hoped, said Mrs. Charles Over- a'th, that all mothers would try to attend. The banquet will be Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Y.W.C. A. Cancellations must be made before 9 a.m. Monday. Information, cancellations or further reservations may be made with Mrs. Overath, 2-5867, of Mrs. Hull. 3-7595. In addition to the banquet there will be a program, games and entertainment. "Krazy Kollege" "Diplomas" were awarded to the 35 "students/ 1 who completed their courses in "Krazy KolleKc" Thursday evening at young adult meeting at Elrn Street Presbyterian Church. The Rev. and Mrs. William R. Kimbrough were "instructors". In the absence of the chairman, Carl Emerick, the vice president Evert Kingery, presided, at the business session which followed a pot luck supper at 6:30 p.m. Maynard Lister led the devotionals. It was announced that a food sale would be held April 30 in Young's basement, beginning at 9:30 a.m., and that the class hod adopted, for its project, purchase of a fan for the church sanctuary. In the membership drive men versus the women, the men have secured seven new members, the women three. The date of the next meeting has been changed to May 12 at which time the members will have a box social. Mrs. Kingery is chairman. Hoffmelster Auxiliary Has Kale Women of the Hoffmeister Playground Auxiliary collected BANANAS! ELM PRODUCE AT fU4 ST. IIIDCI Sherbet Special SATURDAY ONLY One Quart Home Made Sherbet (Any flavor Available) Or One Quart c FREE With Purchase of Two or More Dozen Donuts Dixie CreamDonut Shop 2404 EAST MOADWAY ~ ALTON Nourti 3 p.m. to 1a.m. Off* Good Only At Long At Supply $15.25 at their white elephant sale, Thursday afternoon, at the politick dinner and meeting nt the home of Mrs. William Tierney of Urentwood Blvd. There were IS members present and four guests who were later mi- mil led to membership. They were Mrs. Wilbert Schneider, Mrs. Alfred Sleeker, Mrs. Harold Schlombohm, and Mrs. Carl Walker. Plans progressed on the auxiliary food sale which will be May 14 at Sears Annex. Those wish- Ing to donate to the sale mny call Mrs. Paul Walters, 2-7953 or Mrs. Charles P. Waters, 3-5877. On Wednesday evening eight men affiliated with the playground met to assemble equipment for the summer. Those working were Willlnm Tlerney, Burnett Bnlke, Glen Bean, Kenneth Thieson, Robert Sclmetz, Larry Hill, Paul Walters, and Charles P. Walters. MM. McMftnln Home from Mrs. Ralph McManis of 2401 Birch St. came home Thursday from Alton Memorial Hospital where she had X-ray examination. While she was a patient, the McManis' three children, Betty 12, John 8, and Clifford 5 and a nephew, Charles Board, were cared for by Mrs. McManis' mother, Mrs. Sam Efthcmnn of Washington Ave. Knrontn to Japan • Another member of Mrs. Frank Bemis family is en route to foreign soil and stopped en route from Crown Point, N. Y., Wednesday, to visit with Dr. and Mrs. Frank Bemis of 3082 Alby St. He is Edward Wood. S2c, who was transferred from Westovcr Field, Mass., to Japan for two years' study. A nephew of Mrs. Bemis, he is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvest Wood. Wood's father just recently returned from Cox, 80. died nt 7 p.m. Thursday in Mnther Home for the Aged, where he had been for the pnst three years. A native of Posey County, Ind.. Cox was born Nov. 19, 1873. Ho had resided nearly all of his life in Saline County nnd had been n coal miner for many years. While nt Eldorado he had affiliated with the General Baptist Church, and had maintained his membership there. Surviving arr- his widow, Mrs. Elvira Cox of Rawleigh; two sons, John W. of Jerseyville, nnd Cletu< Harold, Hartford; a daughter, ifrs. Beatrice V. Oasis, Dow; a brother, Stephen, Alton; a sister, Mrs. Stella Minor, Alton; 10 grandchildren, nnd eight great grandchildren. A daughter, Anna, and a son, Alvin, preceded him In death. The body Is at Streeper Funeral Home, where friends may call after 2 p.m. today. Funeral rites will bo conducted at 11 a.m. Sat- urrlny at the funeral home by the Rev. Howard K. Miller, pns- tor of Brown Street Baptist Church, after which the body will be taken to Omaha. 111., for bur- Inl In Palestine Cemetery. Mrs. Violet Lcfflcr Mrs. Violet. Eva Leffler of 576 Whltelaw Ave., Wood River, wife of Sam Leffler, a Shell Oil Co. employe, died unexpectedly at 3:10 a.m. today in Wood River Township Hospital. Shn became ill during the night nnd was taken to the hospital, where she ex- prred about 30 minutes after bet nrrtvnl, apparently of n henrt nllment. Mrs. I^efflor, who had resided In Wood Rlvnr for 40 years, was born In Calhoun County, Sept. 18, 1888, n daughter''of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dlton D. Tnglp. Hei early life -vns spent. In Calhour County nnd she had resided for 10 years at Stnunton before moving to Wood River. She was n member of First Christ Ian Church and of the Pythian Sisters. Surviving, in addlllon to her husband, are a daughter, Mrs Dolores Frlomann, Wood River; two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Arm- fit rong, East Alton, and Mrs. Pearl Bnrry, Litchfleld; n brother. Lee Ingle, Wood River, nnd u granddaughter. Two brothers and two sisters preceded her In death. The body is at Marks Funeral Home, where friends mny call after 3 p.m. Saturday. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Mrs. t. C. (VNeil JERSEYVILLE — Graveside services will be conducted Saturday at 1:30 p. m. In Oak Grove Cemetery for Mrs. William Griffin O'Nell, 70, who died Wednesday nt her home In Moscow Mills, Mo. Mrs. O'Neil, who was born June 12, 1883, In Jersey County, was n daughter of the late John and Caroline Portwood Griffin. In addition to her husband, she Is survived by a brother, Jasper of Jerseyville, and two sisters, Mrs. John Cummtngs, nnd Miss Claudia Griffin, Jerseyvlllp. Mrs. Theresa Ceiv CARLTNVILLE — Mrs. Theresa Grace Geist, 73, mother of Wnlter Gelst of Roxnna, died nt Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, nt 12:25 a, m. PAGBNIK8 WffillfiiutiiUiUHMHtHtffi Thursday where she had been taken Wednesday night Mftowttlf a sudden fflnesg. Mrs. Geist was fcorn Feb. 8, 1881 in Qtiakertown, Pa., a daughter of Sylvanis and SyvtHa Haar Reider, nnd spent her «arly years therp. On Jan. 30, 1901, she was married to John Jacob Geist and after several years in Quakertowi, they moved to St. Louts for a short time before coming to Cftr- linville in 1920. Mrs. Geist made her home In Carlinville until eight months ago when her older son died here and she went to Granite City to make her home with a daughter, Mrs. Grace Bourbon, Besides her son and daughter, she is survived by two sisters and two brothers, all of Quakertown, Pa., also five grandchildren. The body was brought to Heinz funeral home in Carlinville where friends may call after 3 p. m. Friday. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p. m. Saturday at the funeral home by the Rev. 0. H. Renken. pastor of St. Paul's Evangelical and Reformed Church. Burial will be in New Calvary cemetery. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK Chnrti-r No. 14BB7 RWMWVB District No. 8 RKPORT or TIIK CONDITION OF TIUS BETHALTO NATIONAL BANK or Bethalio, in the State or Illinois, nt the close of business On April 15, 1954. Published in response to call made by comptroller ot the currency, under section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. AHSKTH 1. Cash, balances with other banks, Including reserve bnlnnce, and cnsh items In process of collection . .$ 255,685,67 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 751,966.87 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions . < 44,173.00 . Other bonds, notes, and debentures 35,095.83 5. Corporate stock (Including $2,300.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 2,300.00 6. Loans nnd discounts (Including $231.30 overdrafts) 515,521.85 7. Bank premises owned «$10,544.95, furniture and fixtures $0,103.04 28,708.80 (Bank premises owned are subject to NONE Hens not assumed by bank) 11. Other assets 64.22 12. TOTAL ASSETS $1,633,516,19 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of Individuals, pnrtnorshlps, and corporations ., $ 873,206.53 14. Time deposits of Individuals, pnrtnorshlps, and corporations 336,000.34 1!5. Deposits of United States Government (Including postal savings) 43,434.49 10. Deposits of States nnd political subdivisions 264,713.30 18. Other deposits (certified nnd cashier's chocks, etc.) 5,935.47 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $1,523,290.13 Saudi-Arabia where ho was employed with the Arabian Oil Co. A brother of Mrs. Bemis, also with the oil company, IB In the United States, nftcr service in Saudi-Arabia, nnd with hi» bride, is expected to visit In Alton this summer. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES $1,523,290.13 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital Stock: (c) Common slock, total pnr $50,000,00 50,000.00 20. Surplus - 26,000.00 27. Undivided profits 9,226.06 28. Reserves (nnd retirement, accounts for preferred stock) 25,000.00 20. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ...,$ 110,226.06 30. 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