Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 10, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 10, 1960
Page 9
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FRIDAY, JUNK 10,1MO ALTON EVffi^NO TUJBRAPH East Alton Playground Will Open on June 20 track Otfle. EAST ALTON - The Cast Alton playground win officially open on June 20 at 9 a.m. n was announced today by Charles Summers, playground director. . 0H Jun* 13 and' 14, the play ground will be open far registration and free play. Baseball leagues have been organized for the season. The leagues have five midget teams, five junior teams and six teenage teams. The playground's staff will attend the "State Outdoor Education and Recreation Training Program" at Little Grassy Lake in Carbondale on June IS, 16,17 and 18. East Alton Playground representatives are: Summers, directors Orvil Yocum, Wood River High School football and coach; and Karen Sue Charlene Summers will attend the Little Grassy program as a junior leader. Antiques Exhibited at Flower Club Meeting WOOD RIVER - An exhibit of antiques was a -highlight of the Community Flower Club meeting at the Glendale Gardens home of Mrs. Mae Hes!?enauer, Wednesday. Included in the exhibit were: hand beaded capes made by Mrs. Hessenauer's mother; a pewter wine urn owned by Mrs. Ann Roach; a 60-year-old vase owned by Mrs. Robert Eaton; hand painted and Swedish towels of Mrs. Alonzo Bowman and Quilts by Mrs. Walter Heideman. The program featured a show of original hats made and modeled by Mrs. Ernest Hartwig and a talk oh ceramics by Mrs. Hessenauer 1 who displayed a collection of her own work. Floral arrangements were delivered to the East Alton and Wood River: libraries and to Mrs. Ila Bugg, a member who is a patient at the Wood River Hospital. Plans were made to hold a potluck dinner at the July 5 meeting at the Bethalto home ef Mrs. Evelyn Bowman. 140 In VBS WOOD RIVER — A total of 140 children enrolled in the vacation Bible school of the First Presbyterian Church the first week, it was reported today. The. school will continue on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday tor two more weeks. WotcJioJewelry 'ring Expert Service Fully Guaranteed STONE BROS. TELEPHONE HO 3-7118 Alton, m. — 118 W. Third St. Wood River Storo at Corner of Ferguson and Wood River Ave. DM CLJnton 4-1BU East Alton Baptist VBS OpensJunelS EAST ALTON - The Rev. Thomaa McDermand has announced vacation Bible school will be held from 9 a.m. to noon daily at the First Baptist Church June 13-24. Mrs. Arthur Snodgraw is serving as director of the school; Mrs. Lonn Smith, pianist; Mrs. Francis Wlmberly, assistant pianist; Mrs. CharJes Pees, devotional leader. for the students will be held June 24 and the concluding program will be presented at 7:30 p.m. the same evening. Department heads and teachers are: Mrs. Myron Dlllard, Nursery; Mrs. George Huff, Mrs. Charles Clark, .Miss Carole Fox, Miss Sharon Cato, Kindergarten; Mrs. Lois Brenner, Mrs. J. C. Barnett Mrs. Doris Reese, Mrs. Cecil Williams, Mrs. Darrell Moses, Mrs. F. Gresham, Primary. Mrs. Lonn Smith, Mrs. Harvey Heigert, Mrs. Betty Ealey, Miss Joan Fox, Junior; Mrs. Harry Albers, Mrs. Stanley Stepson, Mrs. Joseph Glassey, Mrs. Harpld Chamberlain, Junior High. Driver Fined EAST ALTON — Oscar Shew- rnaker, 38, of 321 Ohio St., East Alton was fined $15 and costs Thursday by Justice of the Peace John Hanks on a careless driving charge filed against him following an accident June 3. Shewmaker according to the complaint struck the truck of Fisher Lumber Co., on St. Louis avenue. RoxanaYacation SchoolScheduled ROXANA — The vacation Bible school at the First Presbyterian church will begin Monday and continue for two weeks. The children from lour to eleven years of age will meet from 9;30 a.m. to. noon and the junior high students will meet at 7:30 p.m. Registration will be Sunday,at 1:30 p.m. when a film strip about vacation church school will be shown, according to the pastor, the Rev. William E. Rice. Mrs. Dale Johnson is director and teachers include: Mrs. Velga Moore, Mrs. Ethel Anglin, Mrs. Phyllis Price, Mrs. Naomi Poling, Miss Jane Arterberry, Mrs. Marilyn Cobine, Mrs. Evelyn DeCota, and Mrs. JoAnn Rice. More Americans every year are eating with "Made in Japan" tableware, Tokyo reports. SALE! Hot Weather Cologne The~u)« yon wait lor each •uromer! Play it cool . . . •pltih on nfreehini Hot Weather Cologne by Dorothy Gray. White LJae, Summer Song, Elation. Sweet Spice. Natural, ^nd Fe.u«. 6* «* A N6W Moisturizing Body Lotion-apply generously over face, iuuda, and body before and after exposure to sun. Helpi moi*- turbe and aoften skin. In White Lilac, June Bouquet, Sweet Spioe, tod Summer Song fragrance*. 12 os. $1.00. Announce Honor waugh. ' Sophomores, DISPLAY NEW UNIFORMS Bethalto firemen William Ringering Sr., left, and Ernest V. Meeren display new uniforms purchased recently by the Volunteer Fire Department Firemen will wear the uniforms at the an- nual Firemen and American Legion carnival scheduled to get underway tonight in the Bethalto Park. — Staff Photo. Wood River Troop 35 to Collect Paper WOOD RIVER — Boy Scout Troop 35 will conduct a paper drive throughout the residential area of Wood River starting at 9 a.m. Saturday. The'troop committee will be in charge of the collection and residents are asked to place their papers in boxes or tied at bundles at the street edge to speed the pick-up service. Proceeds of the drive will be used to help finance troop participation in the camping program at Camp Warren-Levis this summer. Wood River High Summer Session Opens Monday WOOD RIVER—Four enrichment courses, two make-up courses and a driver education class are being offered at Wood River Community High School during summer session scheduled to start Monday. Classes offered in the enrichment section, which are credit courses for students of good scholastic standing, include i English HI A and English HI B, Personal Typing and Mechanical Drawing. The make-up courses being offered include English IB and HI B. Driver education classes during the regular school year are so crowded that the overflow of students have to be accomo- dated during the summer months. The class starting Monday is filled to capacity according to Miss Adeline Lakin, chairman of the school guidance committee. Each of the summer courses is six to seven weeks duration ending approximately July 29. There will be no adult education courses offered during the summer at the school. Barmen Called Here WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Harmer and children, Cheryl and Mark, Los Alamos, N. M., were called home due to the serious illness of her father, Elza Poe, 105 E. Elm St., Hartford, who is a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton. The Banner's will also visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harmer, 249 South Central Ave. Hungary has issued, in Budapest, seven stamps showing butterflies and moths in color. TRIMMING aid SPRAYING Your trees and evergreens are an Investment in beauty, adding greatly to the value of your home. Protect this Investment with yearly trimming and spraying. TRIM and SPRAY RATES: UPRIGHT EVERGREENS 4'ttB' $1.80 IACH (Flrit Twt) $1.00 IAON (All Otbiri) I'tl! 1 $1.00 EAOH (Pint Twi) $1.00 EACH (All Otbiri) Ovir $'201 Per Fttt To 20 Ft. TREES 3.00 Spray Only iSTIMATKi On Trlmminf and Spraylnf tf Ur§tr Trttt . , . C«U Ufl SPREADING EVERGREENS 3'ft 4- $1,00 EAOH (First Twi) $1.00 EA6H (All Otbtn) 5' up $2.00 EAOH (First Twi) $1.50 EACH (All Otbirs) '/a Mile North of Oottfrey en AH. 47 Phone NO 14717 E. A. BOB$ON ... UNOUAPf ARCHITECT MEMIER: American leadfcepe Aftocietlen IHiaoi* Nur»nrym»n'| Eastern Stars Honor Fathers At Wood River WOOD RIVER — Fourteen fathers were honored and presented Rifts at the Thursday meeting of the Order of Eastern Star in observation of Father's Day. A song by Everett Turner was dedicated in their honor. Mrs. Charles Corzine Sr., worthy matron, was in charge of the meeting assisted by Moody Jenkins, associate worthy patron, in the absence of the worthy patron. Seven Grand Chapter committee appointments, and five past matrons and patrons were escorted and introduced. Mrs. Corzine called a special cancer meeting (or 10 a.m. Monday at the Temple following notification by the Alton Cancer Society that cancer dressings are badly needed in the area. A sack lunch will be seved at noon at the all-day meeting. Officers and members of the Masonic Lodge and their wives were special guests of the social hour. Refreshments were served by the men of the OES and slides of the Holy Land were shown by Lee Estes. Bible School Opens Monday At Wood River WOOD RIVER — Vacation Bible school will open Monday at the Evangelical United Brethren Church and continue through June 24 with daily classese from 9 to 11:30 a.m., the Rev. Thomas Lowery Sr., pastor, has announced. The school will be based on theme "The Teaching of Jesus" and will conclude with a picnic June 24 at the Westerner Club. A program will be presented during the 9:30 a.m. worship hour June 26 in conjunction with the Children's Day service. Mrs. 0. L. Miller will serve as director; Miss Pat Vinyard, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. William Acker, pianist. Mrs. George Crause will be in charge of refreshment* which will be served each. day. Teachers of the various departments will be: Mrs. Cleo Holloway and Mrs. James Bateman, kindergarten; Mrs. James Holland and Mrs. Jameg Crause, primary; Mrs. Thomas Lowery and Mrs. Edward Albert son, junior; and Mrs. Emmett Wathern, Intermediate. Attending Seminar WOOD RIVER — Wallace Stevennon, supervisor of adult education and vocational education at the high school left Thursday to attend an adult education seminar given by the State Department of Education at Allerton Farm, University of Illinois. Lewis-Clark Society to Meet Sunday WOOD RIVER — The "Early History of Lewis-Clark" will be the program feature at the quarterly meeting of the Lewis- Clark Historical Society 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the public library. The public Is invited. Miss Ruby Roseberry, Wanda, will present a paper on the topic. Loyal Palmer, president, re ports discussion will be held on a communication requesting Society participation in the observance of the 100th anniversary of the Civil War, received recently from the Civil War Centennial Commission created by the 71st General Assembly Delegates Named WOOD RIVER — Four delegates and an alternate of World War I Barracks 521 were named at a meeting Wednesday night to attend a department meeting July 8 a Joliet. They are: Mrs. Robert Me- Manus, Mrs. Sophie Blair, Mrs. Don Smith, Mrs. Jennie Hudspeth and Mrs. James Toterell, alternate. East Alton Explorers To Collect Paper EAST ALTON — Explorer Post 11 will conduct a paper drive throughout the residential area Saturday starting at 8 a.m. and continuing throughout the day. "This will be our final collection before the July trip to the Wisconsin Canoe Base", Troy Freeman, advisor reports, "We are hoping for a replly big collection to help finance the trip for the boys". Roll at Roxana ROXANA - The honor rpfl of the Roxana High school for the sixth six weeks Is as for* High honor roll, lefllotii Claire Lauehner, Sandra NleN 01s,, Carolyn Sohulte, Juniors, Lehwalder, Janet Turn- Robert Cargtll, John Coon, Carl Cozlne, Darby Durham, Ann Hopkins, Roger Lowery, Ruth Mygatt, Gay Spink, Elaine Titus. Freshmen, Margaret Dalhaus, Marilyn Me* Jill, Janet Stlcht. Those making "A" in all sub- leots were Galre Lauehner, C& royin Schutz, John Coon, Daroy Durham, Ann Hopkins, Roger Lowery. Second honor roll, Barbara Barnett, Carol Jo Brien, Betty Eardley, Darrell Pry, Marilyn Fudertck, Beverly Garner, >Na- tnlle Vassler, Katherine Harris, Georgia Hoeohst, Melba Huston Eunice Joyce, Pat Keck, Alois Kravenek, Lois Lakin, Barbara Larson, Pat Leamy,' Gloria Nelson, Todd Norvell, Tom Roberson, Curtis Schubert, Richard Strebler, Steve Uhles, Carolyn Wood. Judith Anderson, Don and Donna Cappe), Cheryl Cobbel, Carol Collins, Billle Cook, John Curry, Darrell Erb. Van Fulkerson, John Gucoione, Charles Gullicksrud, Virginia Hooper, Marilyn Holland, Ruth Huck, Maurice Legate, Gene Losch, Patricia McGill, Sharon Nichols, Frances Piper, Janet Rhea, Carol Rhoads, Mary Robinson. Mary Sparling, Susan Taylor, Edith Waltrlp, Patricia Welsh, Patricia Williams and Patricia Manns. Nancy Ames, Joan Anglin, Randy Baker, Angela Brown, Sherry Cech, James Chancy, Sharon Chaney, Edward Hamilton, Phyllis Hanfelder, Pat Holder, Bette Jones, , Dennis Jones, Judy Keber, Larry Keller. Barbara liacyi Gay Lawrence, Larry Meyer, Nancy Millazzo, Eileen Miller, Donna Morris, Kerry Pitt, Kenneth Rader, Mike Speer, Faye Weiss. Richard Baughman, Billy Belt, Donna Bockholdt, Lin Butterworth, Gary Floyd, Dorothy Gross, Pat Haley, David Herbert, Mike Hodge, June Huck, Bruce Klosterhoff, Drex- Sorority Marks 4th Anniversary At Wood River WOOD RIVER - The fourth anniversary of the Kappa Oml- cron Chapter of Delta Thetn Tau was celebrated with « family politick dinner Wednesday at the Standard Torch Club grounds. Mm. F. G. Stevenson assumed her duties as president and announced the appointment of commutes for the coming year: Mrs. Robert Holmes, Mm. Joe Archer, nominating; Mrs. Leo Kranz, Mrs. F. K. Olttens. auditing; Mrs. John Bame, Mrs. Art Lawrence, membership: Mrs. Norval Keith and Mrs, Stevenson, social service: Mrs, Leo Splller, Mrs. Irving Ro*al- sky, chapter welfare. Mrs. J. A. Blvens. Mrs. William Koenlg, Mrs. Henry Thielemann, pre-conventlonj Mrs. Elmer Isrlnghaus, Mrs. Olen Leonard, ways and means. Mrs. Isringhaus presented details of the national convention to be held at the Chase Hotel, St. Louis, July 14-16 hosted by the Kappa Omicron Chapter and Belleville and Plnckney ville. A rummage sale will be held at 517 Belle St., Alton, June 1? as the pledge project of the chapter. Plead* Guilty, Fays Fine WOOD RIVER — Louis Pedone, 468 N. Third St., was fined $5 and costs by Police Magistrate J. Thornton Lancaster Thursday after pleading guilty to a charge of "failure to purchase a city dog license." Car Wash WOOD RIVER — A car wash win be sponsored by Explorer Post 37 Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. at Wayne's Service Station on Edwardsvllle road. Pick up service will be furnished by the post. Burger Day at Roxana Planned ROXANA - Plant were fie- cussed for Rotary Day" June 18 at the Dahy Mnri Drive-In, Thirteenth St. aw Sd» wardsvllle at the Wednesday evening dinner meeting of the Club in the Flrtt Prwbyterlfrl Church. Proceed* from burger day will go to support youth activities of the community. visiting Rotattant were William McOuire and Bill Shorta of Wood River. Buy Swut Troop 63 I* being tew and sponsored by the Club and leaders attending as guests were Allen MoVey and George Arnold, reerganited the notary Plan Farewell Party At South Roxana SOUTH ROXANA - Mr. and Mrs. Marry Evans and family will be guests Of honor at a pot luck farewell dinner given Sat urday at the clubhouse in th park by the Dads' Club Auxil «t Neither ^ where they etow wS flpi obMTvcrs ***" pear. The etn ftdtfte ~ - --—i—.-.j^.^ - a les attempting to ptlrufwet the Hay line, one <*f foe barge operator* In th*«tftiited States. Hearing! *ere held In ft, Louis recently. . ,....^_^.. iary The Evans family wHI move to Bunker Hill In the flee* future. Evans recently retired from Shell OH Co, Read Telegraph Want Adi pally Austria Is making a year-long event of celebrating In Vienna this year the 100th birthday anniversary. 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