Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 11, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, June 11, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNfc 11, HALL — Members of White Hall Hospital Au.xil- Executive Board met Frl- to complete arrangements III 1 the Red Cross Bloodmoblle to White Hall, on Tuesday. 28. Headquarters will be Services at the area Methodist Churches will take place at Greenfield and Rockbridge Sunday morning am! at Rubicon Sunday night on the regular schedule. The pastor, the Rev. Ronald Bula, has been attending the annual central Illinois Conference of Methodist Churches In Bloomlngton this week. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD - Mrs. J. T. PTA Chairmen Appointed nl Greenfield GREENFIELD - Chairmen have been named to serve on the board of the Parent Teacher Association .with the president, Mrs. William Hazehvood, and other officers, Mrs. Oary Me?- Linder accompanied her aon, vin. Mrs. Ebert Ferguson, and John Linder of Wood River, to Irs. William Elmore Jr. Springfield Tuesday and remain- They are: Mrs. Finice Doyle, ed for a several days visit with program chairman; Mrs. Paul'her sister. Mrs. C. J. Doyle,; fl* Methodist Church, and theiKinser. home service; Floyd:and their nephews. Richard WII-, hours will be from noon to 6 i F ra/ - ter - pducaton; Mrs. Mau-'hite and family of Boston. Mass. pig jrice James Melvin. member- and Sam Wllhlte of Mt. Vernon,; ** Aih n torn n anvil <shi P ; Mrs ayde Colp - publicity:'Wash. The Richard Wilhite fam- MTS. Aoert uBieman. HUXII-. d Mrs James McKenzie leg ,, v at t en d e d commencement ex- Itty president stated that her \ ^ ercjses a , Cu)ver M1 , )tBry Inst) > group-will be in charge of so- Regular p^ meetings will be tute en route to Illinois where! resumed in September. their younger son. Edgar, wag a| Church Notes member of the class. j GREENFIELD — The Rev. Mrs Henry Roberts and chil-i Hefting blood donors. Members Of the auxlllarywill also assist will ha' e and the»»« m < W*ber pastor of ,,,-,„ h,s Joined thoir husband . R RM ,.»„,, tTnii Firsl Baptist Cliurch. will give and father in California, who is; tal .Friday. W th p,«.,«. w 2? nr, * Hnnnr. i,m the flrBt in " ***** of s ™ ns employed at an army camp near X t^h J Conors from on |hp subject .^ mm&j} an(I j Rarstow Th( , Roberts , am ,, yi l tne Kooanouse area. ; Divine Side of Christian Exper- formerly resided in Barstow. jience." at morning worship Sun- havr been spending several Jack Linkletter jday. His topic at the 8 p.m.; months wth their families. Mr. j | gospel hour will be. "The Way of! and Mrs. Frank Reed and Mr. j Father of Boy tjie Transgressor." Choir pract- 'and Mrs. Henry Roberts Sr. near' ice at 7 p.m. Wednesday willjKemper. HOLLYWOOD (AP) — ' Jack {precede the midweek prayer j The Rev. and Mi's. S. W. Linkletter of the television family I service at 8 o'clock. Pupils of the Thornton and daughter, Cathia a father again. His wife gave j daily vacation church school will er \ nc , attended commencement i birth to a 5-pound, 11 -ounce boy i present the achievement night | exercises at the University of at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospi- program at 7:30 p.m. Friday, j Colorado in Boulder this week. June 1*, at the church. 1 1 Their daughter, Miss Alice I Thornton, received a master's! degree in science at the com-j mencement exercises. Mr. and Mrs. James Poteet and daughter of Pawnee. Okla., have been spending a week with | her father. George N. Cole, and her brothers and sisters. Miss Brend.-i Shields left Friday to join her mother. Mrs. J. Rus- i sell Shields in Lompoc. Calif. ,j in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J Shields Jr. They will return! home the first of July, accom- ! panieci by Shelley, Terry, and Lorna Shields, who will spend the summer with their grandpa r- j ent.s. Mr. and Mrs. Shields Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Russell NEW CONVENT Sister Imelda, Superior of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, shown in front of the new St. Boniface convent recently dedicated by Most Rev. William O'Connor, bishop of the Springfield diocese. The first of two open houses for the public will be held at the convent Sunday.—Photo by Pat Bertram. SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL! Do It \ounelt Here IB How to Build Your Garden k Trellis to Decorate With Roses Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday Only June 13-14-15 LADIES' SUITS 99c MEN'S SUITS 99 C SPORT SUITS 99c ALTON ONE-HOUR Martinizing Dry Cleaners 329 Star* St. Phone HO 2-8461 'The Most in Dty Cleaning" Cordes Heads Carrollton KC's CARROLLTON — Henry J. j Cordes Jr. was elected Grand j Knight of the Knights of Colum- j bus Monday evening at Knights i of Columbus Hall. Other officers elected were : Henry Stomacher, deputy grand • j knight; Herbert Hartman, chan-j jcpllor: Joseph Schmidt, record-. er; Fred Kirbach, treasurer;! Lee Pohlman, advocate; Howard; iW. Darr, warden; Robert Schnelt,! • inside guard; Joe Schnelt, outside guard; Loo Grummel, trustee; Andrew Kirbach, trustee of 'building; lx>e Pohlman. delegate, , to the state convention; Herbert By DONALD ft, BRAN* Anyone who likw to decorate with roses will be interested hi today's pattern. It tells how to build a garden trellis that can be used in many different ways When placed over a garden!' gate, or entrance 'door It pro- > vldes a bower of color and fragrance that adds charm to, your home. The pattern offered below simplifies construction. The list, of materials tells what to buy. where and when to use earn piece of lumber. Since no sper- lal tools or skill are required, everyone who follows the pattern method construction should be successful. Send 50 cents in coin, check or money order for Garden Trellis, Pattern No. 304, to Alton Telegraph, P. O.-Box 215, Pleasantvllle, New, York. Send additional 35 cents for 64 page catalog illustrating over 300 other home improvement and gift items. Please send 25 cents for First Cfass Mail. Fosterburg FOSTERBURG—Members of Zion Presbyterian Church gave a reception and grdcery shower this week for their new pastor and his wife, the Rev. and Mis. E. Cox, who recently moved linto the manse in Fosterburg. ! A pot luck supper opened the evening. Over 100 children are enrolled in the daily vacation Bible school at the Baptist Church which has another iweek to run. It will close Fri- iday evening with a demonstration program. Other children !are still invited to enroll this iweek. Neighbors Pltnv % Ground for III Kane Farmer the guest prize. The WSCS of the Methodist Church met Thursday afternoon at the church. Worship and program leaders were; Mrs. Orville Dan and Mrs. Kieth Dan, Hostesses were KANE -. Ten neighboring Mrs. Keorge Linn. Mrs. Jake jfarmers of Anthony Stirtz went White and Miss Gussie Rich. !to the Slirtz farm Tuesday and plowed 60 acres of ground. "Mr. Stirt/ has been in the hospital .for surgery and has been tin- < able to gel in his crops this spring. assisting iwill begin Monday at 9 a.m. | All children are invited to attend. Mrs. Lola Harris and chil- i DINING ROOM Interior view of the new St. Boniface convent, with the nuns at table, shows the modernistic construction in the sisters' dining room. The refectory, like the remainder of the convent, has a motif of soft' pastel shades, including unique stained glass windows. — Pat Bertram Photo. Farmers The vacation Bible school at. Halr >' DeShasier. Doc Grizzle-, the Presbyterian Church here Wa >" le Willis ' Kicth Darr.Paul St. Peters, Roland Greene, Henry, Carl and John Stein- 'acher and Orville Gier. Eight tractors were used in dren drove to Champaign Wed-| the l' r °.' ect ' nesday to bring an older daugh-, Kane Notes j'ter, Joyce, home for vacation j K ANE—Robert Barnard en- jfrom the University of Illinois lered Boyd Memorial Tuesday j where she had completed hei f o ,. sur g e ry. 'first year. ' Mrs Orville Darr, Mrs. Don Robert Sibley of Kampsville : \yilliams and Mrs .John Elmore spent several days this week were dinner guests Wednesday with his son and daughter-in- of V Irs. Emery Turner at law. Mr. and Mrs. Daley Sibley -Bethany. and children. Miss Buela Williams. St. The Rev. Marmion Lowe, ,Louis, is visiting this week at Hartman. alternate lo grand' r ai . 1 . ft ||| nn rhurrli 1&71«84«i II..11 professor at Practical Bible; tne home of her brother Ken . knight; Henry Thien, alternate <-"» lolllon (.AllH ll ; White Hall Training School near Bingham-. ler william , . , /•(, vi , Literary League ton - N - Y - wno has spoke on Mns Wilkinson .lones enter- to delegate. V.iasSCh 10 i^ieei WHITE HALL The final " Tne Song of Solomon," Thurs- .tained her Canasta Club Wed- Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily CARROLLTON - The Roses meeting of the Women's Liter-[day and Friday evenings at the nusclay night. Mrs. C. L. Hawk ' _ ' of Sharon class of First Baptist H1 'V League for the current sea- Baptist Chuch. will continue ;received prize for high score - f , . ,..>«>v~"jw , (>nui . ch wil | mect at the church son W9S held Wednesday at the;' 1 '* messages Saturday evening :an d Mrs. C. C. Gary received i Monday evening and Mrs. home of Mrs. A. R. MnConathy.'at 8 p.m. and again on Sunday. iThayne King will be devotional Miss Edith Hyatt was assistant Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wooden 'leader and a recreational pro- hostess. jf Glendale, Mo., are parents igram is being planned. Hostesses The nominating committee, of their fifth child, a girl born will be Mrs. Ivan Beebe. Mrs. composed ol Mrs. Ethel Ross Wednesday at L':30 a.m. in St. Charles To/.er and Mrs, Loren and Mrs. Mary E. Smith, pre-'Louis Maternity Hospital. Mrs Dodson. sented the tollowing candidates. Wooden is the former Miss Members of the Philathea all of whom \\ere elected: Mrs. Cathy Gabriel. The new baby Class, also of the First Baptist Louise Waddell. president: Mrs. was named Cheryl Janette and *"' Church, will have a picnic sup- Eloise Grisu-old, vice president; weighed 8 pounds. j,per Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the Mrs. Mabel McConathy. set-re- : Mrs. Evelyn Harrelson went 'I I City Park if the weather per-, tary; Mrs. C. H. Marcum. treas-;to Mc.Cleary Hospital at Ex- mits, and if not. in the churchlurer: Mrs. Ethel Ross, parlia-'celsior Springs, Mo., Wednes- Mr, and Mrs. Fain Murry. Mrs. Everett Ferguson, Mrs. Roy Devrning. Mrs. Otis Stur- mon and Mrs. Clarance Erwfn motored to LeMay, Mo., Wednesday and were dinner guests of Mrs. Charles Borger. The coast line of Florida measures slightly more than 1,000 miles. FLOOR COVERING Complete ARMSTRONG LINE Visit Our Showroom! Sherwood's Til* Service 1110 Milton Rd.—Dial HO 2-3«o:i RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL WIRING A*R CONDITIONING CHECK OUR PRICE! FREE ESTIMATES GUARANTEED INSTALLATION CAMP ELECTRIC and HEATING 1126 Milton Road Phone HO 2-9287 MAKE IT A FAMILY NIGHT! dining room. Members of the' mentarian; Miss Edith Chapin.jday for her annual checkup [planning committee are Mrs. scrapbook. ! and lrealmenls . Marlon Lobhig |0«.n Siebermann Mrs. George Mlss Ma ,. gHret Kinison di s -j is staying wlth her sons , Lvnn Lobhig : !>r» • i •«• t-ii DI i «« " "~ "" s| aying with her sons, Lynn , } 'Daniels. Miss Ella Black. Mrs. oussed three novels. "The Little : and Let- in her absence «|Clpm Smith, Mrs. Gregg Fuller, House in thc Bjg W ooris. Fhe. ^Irs. Elmer Williams, Mrs. John L | ttle House on , he Pl . ai) . ie/ -1 _. William ro,, f . ! WllUam Co|lt A. * P. Feed Stores 411 PtOM ,> . liederman Furniture 202-304 Piaut Carson Jewelry 116 W. 3rd Franklin Union Furniture 800 E. Broadway Garrett Furniture 16 IV. Broadway , Gotely's i tos W. 3rd , W, T. Grant Co. «05 W. 3rd J. it R. Auto Storei Sptef el Cmtalof O«kk 400 Ball* I ft L Furniture 4th and Piaaa 8k FREE PARKING METERS Myers Ires. 3rd and Plaia Paul's Fabrics 206 State St. Schatfftr's 108 W. 3rd Schiff Shoe Store 323 Belle Sears Roebuck Ce. 306-33 Piatt Slack Furniture 80S W. 3rd [Thrifty Drug 319 Belle Thrift Hardware 600 Belle Vick's Sheet 114 W 3rd , u Ljll 1 1C nun at Utl II It r I etlJ 16, •lunri vt/urn h<t^tt. a* a Kn L .l>ni Baker and Mrs, Frank Reyn- and .. T _ . itf , , { th«<[ bask ana mi Little House on tne (c |inner on their lawn Thursday I . Ba " kS °' P ' UI11 Creek " a " writi .evenln. The 0,-rasion w«,. in i Vegue 400 Srll Young's Dry Goeds 104-106 W. 3rd °' Sunday at 6 p.m. Hurt in Kails CARROLLTON—Mrs. Robert Allen and Mrs. John Swann Sr., were taken to Alton hospitals Thursday following falls at their ^,^,^1 homes. Mrs. Allen fell and fractured her ankle at her home and was wrnf|e , ds a|]d watenne , l)n pa) given treatment a. BoydI Memo.-- ^. anrl arp smarler than ' tne lal Hospital and moved in the • Ku ,,, u , nt jn evening. The occasion was in and Mrs. Paul Clark of Bowling Green, Ky.. i who are visiting friends and |relatives here. The Copelands i and two small sons movtd lo South African farmers in _the! tht . Joe Cope i and farm trom have Justi Roxana two weeks ago wn j[ e home and cabinet shop The Golden Rule class of the te n lor children by Laura En g le S ; honoi ;° of Ml . Methodist Church will have a \ V ilder picnic supper at the city park __. .! J MONKEYS SMAKTKR THAN BABOONS. SAV FARMERS but nou they have t new nemesis monkeys. The latter have become pests in are bein^ built on another part of the farm. ba biion Mrs. Viola Leis of St. Louis spending a sveek with her a voiding", rap's" and. niieIc , e and famH y- Mr - aml Mrs ' noting the approach of hunters.' WSI " am Cojieland. moved Simpson ambulance to -St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. Mrs. Swann Sr.. fell in the kit- Dr . and Mrs. Wilson, has com-, Poll * e Evidence chen of her home and also re- p | etec| ms fi ,. s , yea ,. at the u j TUCSON. Ariz. i.-P) - David ceived treatment at B o y d of L me dical school and will bej Edwards. 23, politely removed Memorial Hospital and was mov- employed durinjj the summer at his hat while being questioned cd in the Mchl ambulance to Al-'c' 0|>e | v Memorial Hospital in uy Tucson police officers, ton Memorial Hospital. ; .\urm-a. ' A partially smoked marijuana Hospital Note* j (arrollton Notes cigarette rolled out. of the hat CARROLLTON — Mr. a n d CARROLLTON — Elmer Stout band. Edwards was booked on Mrs. Max Brannan of Eldred are the parents of a son born COMING SUNDAY JUNE 12th ALTON ALL-AMERICA CITY SPEEDBOAT RACES AT CLIFTON TERRACE Featuring the St, Louis Outboard Drivers Assn. Including Several Champion Semi and Professional Filers 12 High Speed Events Sanctioned by the National Outboard Ass'n. Friday at pital Boyd Memorial underwent major surgery Thure- suspicion of illegal possession oi day at DePaul Hospital in St.'marijuana. FREE ADMISSION. FIRST RACE 1 P.M. Sponsored by the Alton All-America Regatta Commit, tee with the Alton Motor Boat Club at hoit. RAIN DATE SUNDAY, JUNE 19 Hos-! Louis Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Daum and sons left Saturday for New Orleans. La., where they will be guests for a few days of Damn's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. AVOID RUSH and TENSION! Howard Mitchell of Greenfield was admitted to the hospital Thursday and admitted Friday were Mrs. Katherine Young, White Hall; Terry Lakin and and Mrs. Herschel Hackley Jr. Mrs. Eileen Cunningham, Car- Miss Janet Kinser returned rollton; Miss Leona Shain, andinome Friday in the Simpson Mrs. Charlene Moran. Kane, ambulance from Blessing Hos- Dismissed Thursday was Mrs. pital in Qumcy, where she had [Helen Allen of Carrollton and i been a patient for several days 1 dismissed Friday was Mrs. Al- Richaixi Lavender of Roswell. iice Sullivan, also of Carrollton. N. M . is visiting his uncle and WU»aa Graduate* i a iint, Mr and Mrs Walter Eld- CARROLLTON — Dick Wilson, red. son of Dr and Mrs A D \\il- Miss Mary Lou Carter a mem- Isoii. graduated Friday trom theibei of the taculty ol the schools ! University' of Illinois Medical i at Dwight. is spending the sum- School and will start his intern-liner with her parents. Mr and ship July 1 at Illinois Research j Mrs. Leslie Carter, and Educational Hospital in Chi- 1 Mrs Raymond Foiles and cbil- cago. Wilson had three years of)dren are spending a month in study at the University ol IIU-! Wyoming with her parents, Mr. nojs before taking the four-year-and Mrs John Fauver. course at the medical school. Miss Theresa Meyer a student l)i and Mis Wilson wem lo nurse at St Joseph Hospital Al- Champaign Wednesday lo attend ton is spending a two week v«the graduation ceremonies. Cation with her parents. Mr. and Eiic UiUcwi. younger son o/ Mis Francis Meyer. ' NOTICE OF RELOCATION OF BUSINESS OFFICE Wt will bt moving to our now office at 309 Henry Street on June 18,1960 For your eonvtnienci w« have an after hour* depository and th» following codec, tion stations for payment of water bills: Dlck't Drug Slort 1424 Wosninoroe Aveaue National Food Stores 11*3 tot $10 West Krogor Storos Alto* MOM MoiHcelle How Soars, Roobook & Co. 30f Pi«M Street ALTON WATER COMPANY

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