Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 11, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, June 11, 1960
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River Boyj ALTON TBLUORAPM ghten Install n <tf Wotid River te School i WOOD ftrv&Rp- Formal In- Ulallatlon ceremonies were con. ducted at the Masonic Ttmple Friday evening to seat officers . 1.. 1 of Job's Daughters Bethel 88 10 AtlCnU I with Miss Mary Minkle at, ! honored queen. Pam Crawford was installed senior princess: Cheryl Cobbel, i junior princess; Luclnda Brawn, RIVER — Kenneth Eu-jguide; Delsle Ray, marshal; Rich, 16, son of Mr. and; Ruth Frazer, musician; Bett« Robert Rich, 222 S. Ninth i cause, recorder; Toby Scar- St., has b e en jborough, treasurer. i Linda Cr1der - chaplain: Mary t.- rn««»rvn Jean Smlth - librarian; Sherl ton ScS byi N ' cho18 - Brenda *<*• Barbartt the 22nd District w « r °> Ruth Welsch, Barbara of the Federa- Wheeler, first, second, third, tlon of Woman's; fourth and fifth messengers, Clubs it was an- respectively; nounced today. ______^ Rich was re- ft. B. Rich commended by the Wood River Woman's Club and the faculty of the Wood River High School. Kenneth was on the high honor roll throughout his freshman and sophomore years at the school and was ranked ih the top two per cent of all sopomores in the United States in the step test given this year. He received a grade of 99 per cent in the science test. A member of the school Bio- Marilyn Holland, senior custodian; Alice Ogg, junior custodian; Margaret Dalhaus, inner guard: Marsha McFarland. j outer guard: I Janice Proctor, Marilyn Doerr, Joyce Holtzcher, Linda Schulte. Elaine Slaughter, Sharon Crawford, Terrica Afoul- ton and Judy Corzine, Choir. Barbara Larson, Sue Walker, Gloria Stupperich, Barbara Stocker Dillon, Claire Lauchner, Judy Shult, past honored queens, and Edith Beckham honorary member of Bethel 88. Sandy Frazier and Connie Ketchum, past honored queens of Alton Bethel 95, served as Installing officers. The Misses Kay Keasler and Barbara Larson appeared as soloists dedicating numbers in honor j>f the retiring honored queen, Miss Norma Karban and Miss Hinkle. Invocation and benediction was given by the Rev. Roy Beugh, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Church, Rosewood Heights. Miss Bertha Belangee and Elder .Larson were honored guests. currently on a one year fur- Kevin Baugh appeared as lough in the states from herjfl ower escort, Tom Underwood and Avon Cato were candle- Sci and Radio Club, his hobbies are radio and photography. He has been a carrier for the Telegraph the past three years. The school is held at the Fairgrounds in Springfield July 10-16. Missionary to Speak WOOD RIVER — The Rev. Dorothy Miner will be guest speaker during the 9:30 a.m. Sunday worship at the Evangel- Church Mission leal United Brethren when Denominational Sunday will be observed, the Rev. Thomas Lowery Sr., pastor, reports. Miss Miner has served 12 years as a missionary of the United Brethren Church and is duties in Nigeria, Africa. During the 7:30 p.m. evening service, Miss Miner will' show pictures and speak on her experiences in the Missions of Africa. CliairmenNamed For Wood River Eagles Women WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Sam Triplet! was elected and installed as third trustee of the Eagle's Auxiliary at the Thursday meeting at the Eagle's Lodge. Mrs. Ethel Moores assumed her duties as president and named committee chairmen: Mrs. Don Eckel, membership; Mrs. Ernest Falicia, delinquent; Mrs. Robert Burklow, youth guidance; Mrs. A. W. Lewis and Mrs. I Alton, has completed 40 years of Triplet!, visiting; Mrs. Joseph!service with Standard Oil re- lighters. Escorts were: Mary Robinson, Sheryl Morgan, Cheryl Frlck, Kay Cowan, Marilyn Baker, Ronald Hunt, Bill Sherer, Gary Kruse, Nick Adcock and Tom Prather. The "Nine O'clock Interpolation" was conducted by Royal Chapter, Order of Demolay of Wood River. A reception honoring the new officers was held following the ceremonies. H. E. Stillwell Completes 40 Years at S. O. W O O D RIV E R—Harold E. Stillwell, L'6i6 Hillcrest Ave., Baker, publicity and scrap book; Mrs. Nellie Franklin, refresh- finery. StiJI\\ell was born in Alton, ments: and Mrs. Ann Albers, en-j and has lived in and around this all of his Prior to area life. working with Standard, he was employed for six years by Illinois HONORED QUEEN Miss Mary Hinkle was installed honored queen of Job's Daughters Bethel 88 of Wood River, in formal ceremonies Friday evening at the Wood River Masonic Temple.—Photo Art Shop. 155 AutOS Checked in Chord Concert Set Sunday SATURDAY, JUNE 11, I960 MM ^ MMW ^MMMM«"*>' l " BBM " Awarded Scholtwiitp East Alton Safety Lane At Eatt Alton Methodbt To Motimotttb U. EAST ALTON-* A WalOf IK automobiles pmtd thHWfh flw frtytest lane Friday evening, Oft DalCfcllllrV ft) IrOAt Of uM wit* shirt Man. fto eort> free MM! an Bponaowd by the E**t Alton folk* Department and fl» Exchange dub. The lams wffl operate today front 5 to 8 p.m, Motorists are Invited to have their cart cheeked by mechanics. No action will be taken against motorists who have can with defects and 28 prtzes furnished by local business houses will be drawn from the check lists. The safety test program opened Friday evening with a parade and a ribbon cutting ceremony by Mayor Charles Vanpret- Roxana Church Schedule Listed and ribbon cutting were: "Mr. and Mrs. Safety." Kerry Wwwtson and 1 Justine Vroman, Itest Alton Junior High School tftQ graduates. Kerry Is the son of Mrs. Doro- ROXANA —"Children's Day" thy Knowlson. 7K» Valley Dr.. i will be observed Sunday at First and Justine is the daughter of j Presbyterian Church and the Mr. and , MM. Truman Vro-| unified service will be from 9:30 EAffT ALTON - The Patttflo Mrtbodlst Chapel Owtr Of 0e* cittr, Oa. t wfO present three 30- rnlrtute concerts in the area sun- day. The first appearance will be the 8:30 a.m. service at me Harold Rathpb 3r« *» of Mr. and MM. Hart*! Hifcgeb Sr., 3811 Western Ave,, has been awarded a ftwr-year seliwwshlp to Momrwutn rffl.) UBtafWity. his mother reported tooty. She said the scholarship provides most expenses during the entire period. man, 305 ft. ft; Louis Ave. After the' fanes closed Friday, a buffet smpenr was held for the program's $0NKRH)eT>&t the East Alton Common!^ -wilding. A to 11 a.m., conducted by the pastor, the Rev. William E. Rice. Sermon topic will be "Baptism and the Church School." From 1:30 to 3 p.m. second btSlet tiltfter will be held [there will be registration for the after the lanes dose today. The | vacation Bible school which Be- program's benefit to the com-jging Monday at 9:30 a.m. 'Clint' Visits Hartford, His Home Town, Sunday HARTFORD — Residents are all set to welcome a native son, Clint "Cheyenne Bodie" Walker, in a western atmosphere reminiscent of the frontier days, with a half-a-mtle parade that will consist of participants dressed in western garb. The parade, which will start at the north end of town when Walker arrives at 2 p.m. Suti- ancl some 400 Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts in fndian costumes from Bethalto, Rosewood Heights, East Alton, Roxana, South Roxana and Hartford. Those dressed in frontier costumes .and children carrying {welcoming placards will also be a part of the parade to "Welcome Clint Home." The parade will proceed down Delmar ave- day from Alton, will feature nue and on to the park on W. floats, bands', decorated cars, Maple and Old St. Louis road, — | which will be named in honor of j "Cheyenne" who was born here. Area police and firemen will ] help direct traffic and park the out-of-town cars and Sinclair Refinery Co.'s first aid mobile unit and plant nurse will be on Hartford Bible School to Open HARTFORD —Vacation Bib'e school will begin at the General Baptist Church Monday, with Mrs. Estel Click as director. The sessions in Bible training, crafts and workshop, and music will be daily, Monday through Friday, from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m. On Wednesday evening the official board of the General Baptist Church retained the present pastor, the Rev. Estel Click, as their minister for another year. Other church offices filled were: Mrs. Forrest Schremp, re-elected as church secretary; Charles Bkjodworth, church treasurer, succeeding Lester Dalton; Stanley Barnes elected to a three-year term as trustee, succeeding Archie Brewer. Lester Dalton was elected church song leader and Mrs. Charies Bloodworth. assistant song leader, and Mrs. Archie Brewer as contact publicity chairman lor the local newspapers and the General Baptist Messenger magazine. Wienor Roust HARTFORD - The General Baptist Bible School To Open June 13 EAST ALTON — Vacation Bible school will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. daily at the First General Baptist Church June 13-24, it has been announced by the Rev. C. W. Patton. A new feature is being introduced this year, with film strips of "The Life of Christ," to be shown by Bob Doughty, Alton High School faculty member, as the lesson material. Classes will be conducted for all age groups including adults and transportation may be arranged by contacting Clifford Smith, who is serving as director. Bill Tate is assistant director. In charge of the various departments are: Myron Starbuck, adults; Mrs. Clyde Smith and Mrs. Virgil -Bodenback, juniors and seniors; Mrs. Jack Smith, intermediate boys; Mrs. Edward Telkamp, intermediate girls; Mrs. Rita Schilling, Mrs. Clifford Smith, junior boys; Mrs Leo Perkins, Mrs. Ralph Yemm, junior girls: Miss Pat Gaines Miss Carolyn Cummings, primary boys; Miss Sandy Telkamp, Miss Carole Hayes, junior girls; Mrs. Hester Patton, Mrs. Ori- tnunfty was' described by Mayor Vanpreter at Friday's supper. Clifford Duckworth, safety supervisor at Olin Mathieson, also spoke at the supper and pre- The Rev. L. E. Mustaln, pastor of First Baptist Church, will use the theme, "The Problem of the Persecuted" at the 9:45 a. m. unified sen-ice and at the 7:30 p.m. worship "Baptism of isented Mr. and Mtes Safety with| t ^ e Holy Spirit I gift certificates. Mr. and Miss j Thc Rev and Mrs . Musta)n .Safety were also awarded peii^,,, , eave Mondfty for ^g |and pencil sets by the assist- Beach Ca|)f by p]ane where ai uic o.ov B.III. sci»itc 01 in* r*— »»rj.j Nedringhouse Methodist Church., Rathgeb was graduated Wert- Granite City, followed by a con- nesday from Alton High School, cert at 10:30 a.m. at the East!He was awarded a Silver Alpha Alton First Methodist. Conclud-|and was In the upper fourth of ing the day, will be a concert at | his class, his mother MM. He 7:30 p.m. at the St. Paul's Meth-lwas a member of the Alton High odist Church, Rosewood Heights.!basketball team. Lindell De Jarnett. a native' He will major in liberal arts of Metropolis, who directs the'and business administration, his choir is well-known in this area;mother_siaid. as a frequent visitor at the home j Wh|te dovel . a three-leaf plant that is good food tor cattle. ing organizations. Police Chief Harold Kigali and Thomas Fleming Jr..! r +u Robert Calk, Edwardsville Lions i tor of the Church of the Club representative, served as a ene, will conduct the 10:30 a.m. depai-t- •I tertainment. Mrs. Baker, immediate past president, was named delegate to the national convention Aug. 4-6 at Miami Beach, Fla., Mrs. Carroll Wells was selected alternate. "Due to the state convention at Moline June 23-26, which will be attended by a large delegation of the local lodge, the next meeting was postponed to June 30. Stlllwell. he served during diate department of Sunday! fourt oi'Honor at it's i World War I. I School of the Assembly of God! Glass Co. In 1918!nieiit superintendent, Harold he entered the] Southward, and the teachers. U. S. Army in)Mrs. Jesse Uilreath, Mrs. Dai- hand in case of emergency. j v ji[ e Hobbs, beginner boys; Mrs The Historical Society is sponsoring the parade and the appearance of Walker here on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. Elmer Hart is overall chairman of the event, Jesse Cooper in charge of the parade, and John O'Fallon is in charge of concessions, which will be stationed along the route of the parade by various organizations. Special Speaker HARTFORD — At the close of the first week of Bible School at the Assembly of God Church, "Missionary Day" was observed and the guest speaker for the service was the Rev. Matthew Ezichbo of Nigeria, Africa. The Clare Stinson, Mrs. Myron Starbuck, junior girls; Mrs. Ralph Paige, Mrs. Nobel Smith, Miss Ellen Belt and Miss Bonnie El. more, nursery. Jack Smith. Clyde Smith, David Smith and Ed Telkamp will instruct crafts. Cubs Plan Boat Trip EAST ALTON—Plans for the j Cub Pack 12 trip aboard the Admiral June 18 were completed at a meeting of Den mothers and committeemen held earlier this week. Parents and Cubs will meet at Washington School at 12:30 p.m. on that date to travel to St. Riggins expressed his appreciation for the cooperation given by local! they will attend the national conference of Regular Baptist churches June 20 to 25. They will also visit in Lancaster. ; ily, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mustain The Rev. Charles Alslott, pas- committee adviser. Assisting of- licials are: Andrew Wilson, state license investigator; Kenneth and 7 p.m. service. At 2:30 p.m. the church will have a baptism in the First Baptist Church bap- Kohler and Verlin Dobbins, state tistry. The Rev. and Mrs. Alstott 4 ..i ii tn—.. AI> tvill leave Wertnesdav for Kan- ti-oopers; and the East Alton Auxiliary Police. Explorers from Post 11 are assisting on the lanes, and check records are being kept by Pat Vinyard, Peggy Hert, Bonnie Elmore, Karol Kania, Mar&a Worthem, Lydia Holder, Jackie Bostick and Sherry Hensley. Buffet supper hosts are the East Alton Police Department will leave Wednesday for Kansas City where they will attend a 10-day meeting of the General Assembly at International Headquarters. Circles Meet ROXANA—Circle No. 1 of of his brother Omer. 2317 Bostwick, Alton; and a director ot music for many special events of churches here, and at the In- stituteat McKendree College. During his college days at Southern Illinois University, he was roommate of the Rev. Jack Travelsteatl. new pastor of the East Alton Metnodlst Church. Many of the 33 young people in the choir have been participating in the graded .chorus program at the Decatur Church since their Kindergarten days, and have also attended the Institute at McKendree. Following the concert at the East Alton Church the group will be entertained at lunch by the Methodist Youth Fellowship. The evening meal will be provided by members of the Rosewood Heights Church who will entertain the young people as; over night guests, the Rev. Roy Baugh, pastor reports. grows all winter. the United Presbyterian Women's Organization of First Presbyterian Church met Class to Meet WOOD RIVER — The Fidelis ; Class of the Evangelical United ! Brethren Church will hold a luncheon meeting at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. This lunch will not be a potluck type, it was announced. and Police Benevolent Assn. The Thursday at the home of Mrs. supperss are being sewed byp. E. DeLong in Wood River. Mrs. Verle Campbell, Mrs. O. L. Drennan gave the roy Phipps, Mrs. Clarence Herti lesson and Mrs. Clarence Hunt and Mrs. Lester Mortland, police Mad devotionals. Mrs. DeLong desk clerks, and members of i was assisted in serving by her VFW Auxiliary Post 9432. Midget League Play Opens At East Alton EAST ALTON — The opening baseball game at the East Alton playground was played Friday evening. Mayor Charles Van- preter threw out the first ball to the Pirates pitcher, Jackie Throp. Approximately 100 attended the game between the Pirates and Hawks, midget teams. Welcome talks were given by the mayor and Charles Sum- | daughter, Mrs. Mary Ludlle i Locke. i • Circle No. 'J met Thursday I at- the home of Mrs. Monroe 'Rhodes on E, Third St.. Roxana. ;Mrs. Floyd Radcliffe and Mrs. J. G. Cuddy conducted the program and Mrs. Rhodes served refreshments. Circle No. 3 met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Jack | Fletcher on Tenth street, Wood ; River. Mrs. Fletcher gave the opening and missionary study and Mrs. Joe Williams conducted the lesson. Mrs. Fletcher served refreshments. i mers,. playground director. The games begin at5:45p.m. and the final game ends at 7:45 each night Monday through Thursday. The playground has five midget teams, five junior teams and six teenage teams which are sponsored by the East Alton Baseball Booster Club. Louis by private car. Rev. Ezichbo is a minister andj A camp-out for the boys and, East Alton Church Has Mother-Daughter Event missionary in his country after becoming a Christian under the teachings of an American mis-j sionary to Nigeria, the Rev. Rex Jackson who accompanied him here for the special service. Mrs. Raymond Porter, director of the Bible school, announced that a total of 160 were enrolled in the VBS at the close oi the first week, with approxi- their dads is being planned for' EAST ALTON — "A Tribute early in July. Delegates Named EAST ALTON — Mrs. Rudolph Puetz, president, and Mrs. Peter Seger were selected to represent the Shamrock Machinists Auxiliary as delegates to the Grand Lodge convention in St. Louis, Sept. 7-13. Mrs. George Elaine and Mrs. to Mothers and Daughters" was the topic of the Rev. Thomas McDermand's talk when he appeared as principal speaker at jthe Quartermas-jias .Dailey, entertained 40 stu-| assislin S!ter Corps where 1 dents of the junior and intermo-i malely 35 teachers and helpers; Kennel |, Sowers were selected A reading was given by Mrs. Hillery Barker; vocal duet by Miss Kay Keasler and Mrs. Stella Lauchner, and solo by Mrs. COMING SUNDAY JUNE 12th ALTON ALL-AMERICA CITY SPEEDBOAT RACES AT CLIFTON TERRACE Featuring tb» St. Louis Outboard Drivers Assn. Including Several Champion Semi and Professional Pilots 12 High Speed Events Sanctioned by the National Outboard Ass'n. £jccu cu do (jj. KII..IJJCU apcaivcL at i the Thursday mother and daugh-! Sam Roberts -' ter banquet at First Church. The 120 guests were welcom-i m e table blessing and Mrs. Ored by Mrs. Joseph Glassey, president of the Daughters of Ruth Class which sponsored tlic af- used toward the purchase of a Baptist j Miss Katheryn Glassey offered ithe invocation; Mrs. McDermand' Oglesby. benediction. Proceeds of the event will The ritual team will defend state championship title at convention. Games were the diversion o! I the pipe department. Two years the social hour with prizes award-1 later he entered the process ed to Mrs. Moores, Helen Lang-i line of promotion in the heavy On June 13, 1920. Stillwell I joined Standard as a laborer in ford and Pauline Meyers. WoodRiverMauFineil For Careless Driving 19. 63 fined $50 and costs today after pleading guilty before Police Magistrate J. Thornton Lancaster to a "careless driving" charge resulting from an auto oils division, progressing ' through jobs as operator helper, : pumper, and gauger until 1953 '•when he was appointed a foreman in the same division. In 1955 Stillwell was made shift ' foreman in heavy oils division "'here he remained until 1957 at "Mob time he:was elevated to M f J8tant a , job , • ourrently Church with a wiener roast at the Westerner Club Wednesday evening. Games were played following the wiener roast. Transportation for the children «\vas furnished by Mrs, Glen Hopkins, Dallas Dailey, Jesse Gilreath, Harold Southward and the Misses Betty Copeland and Shirley Spanti. alternates. Tentative plans> for participat-i my in the convention were made; al the Wednesday meeting of the' unit al the Machinists Cent-i < er. Scout 1 It was voted to assist the Or : | fair. desk for the pastor's study. FREE ADMISSION. FIRST RACE 1 P.M. Sponsored by the Alton All-America Regatta Committee with the Alton Motor Boat Club as host. RAIN DATE SUNDAY, JUNE 19 •it*, 1 Brighton Monday BRIGHTON - Boy Troop 39 will have a court of ganized Labor group in collecting honor Monday al S p.m. at Betsey Ann Picnic Grounds, Mar- \-1n Stewart, troop committeeman, has announced. A wiener roast is scheduled for scouts and members of their families. for the Red Cross drive in benefit of earthquake victims in Chile, j During the social hour prizes i were awarded to Mrs. Henry Caldwell and Mrs. Puetz. Refreshments were served. Stillwell and his wife, Emma, currently reside at the above accident Friday. address. According to police Bennett „ .—was driving west on Eaton to Eaton from Leslie when the avenue Friday afternoon and a I two vehicles collided, car driven by Mrs. C. M. Frye, I Bennett's car had to be towed 501 Leslie, was turning west in-1 from the scene.' 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