Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Honor RoUe at er High School ftf tiff fl*Mm donor fott and > rl 'W ttW fCftilBf hWWf foil. M -- - -***- - j|H^*M*^s^sk ^MktAthsVi^d' nguroa rereater toflty. *' MttMM finking the high hon Of, who graduated Wednesday •Mr Eddie Anton, William Ash • ttittf Burn*, Ken Caratens fltarim Duncan, JoArm Dwor- tyntW, .*, Sandra McCoy, Ruth Murray, Larry Priest, John A Smith and Ron Wilkinson. Juniors Iteted are: Jerry •Arnold, Oeri Campbell, Ned Freeman, Larry Outhrle, Wayne Mellemeyer, Lydla Holder, Joyce Karns. Marilyn LaMarsh, Lewis Menneridk, Jan Rich, Richard Smith, Judl Taynor, Douglas Trautt, Mike Ufert, and Phil Walklngton. Sophomores are: Shirley Bey•Ft Lueinda Brawn, Judy Grove, Dttftie] Harmon, Don Hartshorn, Sam Ladd, Philip Macy, Myra Phillips, Kenneth Rich, Sandra Stein, Linda Stirnaman, Warten Waters, and Marcla Worthem. Pfishman: Carol Allen, Judy Baker, David Belanger, Nancy Curran, Laurie Davis, Mary Ellis, Ruth Hahnenkamp, Don Houser, Don McKean, Bill Mace, Margaret Reynolds, Arleen Shoemaker, David Singer, Cappie Stanley, Deno Tsimpris, Gary Worthen, Sandi Worthy nnd Gary Zacny. Seniors on the regular honor foH for the second semester are: -Sally Allen, Kay Atkins, Richard Baker, Babs Berman, Patricia Brown, Bonnie Buckner, Connie Buckner, Carolyn Capps, Robert Cooley, Pete Curran, ^Vayne DeVault, Judy DeWitt, Phil Eslinger, Stacy Hageman, Donna Harper, Carole Houser, Ronnie Ingersoll, Randy Klen- atra, Claudia Lotz, Bill McCart, Nancy McVey, Pauline PeJan, Brenda Rees, Nancy Scandrett, Albert Sheets, Anne Sheraka, Sharon Home. Sitze and George Van Juniors: Marilyn Ballard, Michael Bandy, Judy Bermes, Sheri Bramlett, Paid Butkovich, Janet Carr, Gary Carstens, Joel Elam, Shirley Finch, Margaret Harpole, Richard Hirsch, Bernice Holloway, Cathie Hon, Jane Hudson, Lueinda Killam, Jim Laatsch, Judith Lankford, Larry Lipe, Sandra Lipsey, Ruth Mitchell, Sandi Peecher, Joyce Ragus, Rosalie Robinson, Billle Schillinger, Richard Schneider, Gaines Smith, William Stewart, Carolyn Vlnyard and Jack Wil son. Sophomores: Nancy Bane, Pete Butkovich, Barbara Bute, Sheryl Chappell, Sharon Curtis. Ronald Den ton, David Drennan, Chyeral Esterlein, Janet Farthing, Sherry Hensley, Joyce Holtzscher, Louise Inman, Tom Jones, Jean Jouett, Patricia Lux, Bill Maupln, Bill Odle, Patsy Pinderton, Paul Rltter, Barbara Skei, Patsy Smith, Judith Sneed and Inez Walker. Kelly Renamed Surgeon by State VfW PEORIA — Dr. Thomas J. Kelly of Wood River has been surgeon of Illinois Veterans of Foreign Wars. Dr. Kelly and other officers were named at a three-day con* ventlon that closed Sunday. Dr. Kelly Is medical director for Shell 01! Co., at Roxana. resides in Wood River, and has offices In the Levis Building in downtown Alton. At one time Dr. Kelly was surgeon for Wood River VFW Post, was district and state and national surgeon for the same organization, all simultaneously. During the convention here J. Richard Depper, postmaster at Caseyvllle, was named state commander. Other officers named were: Arthur J. Mueller, Chicago, senior vice commander; Harold W. Hill. Kewanee, junior vice commander; William F. Glassford, Elgin, quartermaster; the Rev. O. K. Shaffer, Danville, chap- ( lain; Robert Landsden, Cairo, I judge advocate. Francis J. Arnold, Park Forest, was appointed adjutant for the fourth consecutive year. Saturday, convention delegates adopted a resolution calling for legalized bingo for charitable purposes and for an immediate resumption of atomic testing. CLINT WALKER PARK A driving rain Sunday somewhat dampened but didn't cancel dedication of Clint Walker Park at Hartford where the "Cheyenne" of television and motion picture note was born. Walker, here for Alton Police Rodeo, appeared in parade and for marker unveiling at Hartford.—Staff Photo. At Wood River Golden Age Club To Present Skit WOOD RIVER — The Golden Age Club will present a skit at the Senior Citizen Round-up at the Alton YWCA Friday. Plans for the presentation were completed at a meeting of the Club late last week at the Roundhouse. July 14 was selected as the date of a picnic and outdoor meeting to be held at the Westerner Club grounds starting at 10 a.m. Numerous prizes were awarded for games during the afternoon social. The' meeting was hosted by the Thompson Rebekah Lodge. Flag Day Program WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Cedrlc Prussia will be in charge of the program featuring a Flag Day observation, at the 8'p.m. Wednesday meeting of Esther Temple Pythian Sisters at the Odd Fellows Hall. Summer School WOOD RIVER — Seventh and eighth grade advanced arithmetic classes will be offered in ad dition to remedial courses at the Lewis Clark Junior High sum mer school program. Remedial arithmetic and Eng lish classes for sixth, seventh and eighth graders will be of- Freshman making the regular fered for the six week session The advanced courses will __ start at 9 a.m. each weekday Phyllis Bryant, and the remedial classes at 10:30 a.m., according to Elmer Sandra Crutch- Elmore, Vance Schwalbe, junior high principal. Registration for the classes can be made any weekday at the school previous to the start- honor roll are: Don Baker, Janice Belk, Jacqueline Bostick Jon Brazier, Shirley Burk, cley, Bonnie Fulkerson, Merrill Galbreath, Lee Ellen Greene, Vivien Grimsley, Betty Hayn, Fran, Hell, Joe Helmkamp, Luretta;ing date. A fee of $15 will be ing, Karol Kamia, Linda Lage- charged for each course taken, mann, Vicki Lipsey, Carolynj Schwalbe said. McGuire, Mary March, Lynni Chairmen Named Pulford, Veda Pullam, Jim Rob-j WOOD RIVER -E. W. Lewis. president, has announced the appointment of committee chairmen of the Eagles Lodge for the coming year. James Bull will chairman the membership committee; Bernard Schroeder, memberbhip security and visitation; George Harshbarger, finance; Joseph „,„ W. Haller Dr., East Alton,!Baker, publicity; Over the weekend. ! Bryan Cole and Sam Triplett. Mrs. T. L. Stewart of Covina,}building maintenance; Harsh- Calif-, who is visiting relatives jbarger and Bull, trial. ' Wife Smuggles Gun to Prisoner—Break Fails! Wood River Garden North Alton News WINDOW PAMft Or SHOP Bftofcfctr A broken window pant fn the Elm Street Cleaners building at 53 E. Elm St. was discovered and reported to the police at 7:30 a.m. by Veo Sutton, proprl* etor. Police Investigation, wtfh Sutton. failed to reveal any Intrusion, however. A hole about 18 by 12 Inches had been smashed I in a door pane on the east side of the business place, and a large stone, which apparently caused the damage was found Inside the building, 25 feet from the shattered glass. TRAFFIC CONF, AT CORNER STOLEN Pilfering in the near Northside over the week-end included disappearance of a traffic cone late Sunday night from the vicinity of State and Jefferson where it had been fn use because of the police camp horse show at West Junior High School. James Riddlespriger of 40 Sullivan Dr. listed with the police Sunday a description of two fender skirts stolen overnight from his car. Wood River WCTU To Elect Officers MONDAY, JU::E 13, 1C - " South Roxitti Dtdi NEW COMMANDER Mrs. August Sorgea was installed commander of the Greater Alton Area Navy Mother's Club Saturday at the East Alton American Legion Home.— Staff Photo. Mrs. August Sorgea Heads Area Navy Mothers Club WOOD RIVER—A Roxana policeman and local officers thwarted an armed jail-break attempt here Saturday night when a fugitive from justice tried to use a gun smuggled into his cell by his wife. Lee Liston Bryant, 31. a fugi- what was happening. Club Meets Wednesday WOOD RIVER-M™. Olivia J Weiland, Mrs. Ed Husted and I WOOD RIVER-Mrs. Roy, Mrs. L. F. Smith were appolnt- Adarns will speak on the topic, ed to the nominating committee ; "Flowers for Weddings," at the at the Friday meeting of the 1:30 p.m. Wednesday meeting' Woman's Christian Temperance i Sorgea was installed coniman- Lloyd of tne Oarden Club at the pub-1 Union at the home of Mrs. Jen- !( j er o{ tne Greater Alton Area WUTH ROXANA - TN Ctab AnfflMy wffl «*•! t:» pMB. tefcy at tlw to the pwfc tor * *»»»» social meeting. HtMfessa will be Mrs. Maida Johnson and Mrs. ftmalie Hill. ____ ^ Evaf)'* tfwwwo SOUTH ROXANA - Mr. and I Mrs. Harry Evans, who will jroove to about ten days to Bunk- ier Hill, were honored at a pot- iluck farewell dinner Saturday (evening at the clubhouse in the Dads' Club park given by the i Dads' Club Auxiliary. ; The committee making arrangements were Mrs. Julia McNabney and Mrs. Mildred jAiken. Games were played and prizes won by William Hanfelder, Harry Evans, Bobby McNabney. Peggy McNabney and L«n- na Cunningham. South Roxana Note* SOUTH ROXANA — Young people from the South Roxana and Wanda Methodist Churches will attend institute at McKendree College in Lebanon June 20 to 25 and Mrs. Victor Herman will serve as a counselor. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. (Bud) Ahrens of Washington drive had as their guests the past few days, I their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. jJohn Rogers of Tucson, Ariz. A family reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin jFinke of the Wanda-Poag Road I who are also cousins of the (Rogers. WOOD RIVER Mrs. August drew his gun and commanded Bryant to drop his. lie library, Mrs. Hulda Traband, nie Eckman. president, has announced. A report of Christian citlzen- .. ... .. fl ' "Diseases and Insects of i ship was given by Mrs. G. Y. After the gun hit the floor: Ro8es ,, w|n he the discussion!Henry . Miss Janet Eckman led i devotions. To Receive Degree ' The program was based on the WOOD RIVER-George W. topic, "Doth Not Wisdom Call," Hudspeth was a weekend visitor! taken from the Union magazine. Navy Mother's Club in formal Mrs. Joseph Vollmer and Mrs. Robert Carroll, directors; Mrs. Clifford Chapman, trustee; Mrs. Francis Wimberly and Mrs. Roy Bryant put up a struggle buti ( ' was soon overcome and was, taken to Wood River Township; Hospital, where he was treated taken to Madison County jail at| Ave George wi ,, receive a n was ann ounced the July 8;Bout-land, finance officer; Mrs. Mathis of the Alton Recruiting tive wanted by the states of J for lacerations to the head. Q{ Wg parents Mr flnd Mrg/ Dean B urk reviewed the book. Oregon and Texas in connection! Following treatment he was! Lee Hudspethi 503 E . Madison i "Really Living." with a $5,000 robbery, was taken to Madison County jail at! Ave . George will receive a It was announ passed a revolver his wife Edwardsville to await extradi-i bacnelor of arts degree in g ra d-< meeting will be at the home of smuggled into fhe police station, ition by Texas authorities. | uat jon ceremonies Wednesday! Mrs. Bert Hill. Events leading to the attempt-i Hjs wjfe was j ater arrested | a f Southern Illinois University, ed jail-break started with the| on a cnarge O f "aiding a prison-jcarbondale. arrest of Bryant by IOCH] Pa-j er to escap e" and this morning ceremonies at 1he East Alton|Lackey, auditors. Veterans of Foreign Wars home! Officers were escorted by Saturday evening. Mrs. Gordon Kennedy was seated as first vice president: Mrs. John Stassi, second vicelinstalled by Mrs. Gus Cox. Caspresident: Mrs. Raymond Fer-'eyville. past state commander, guson. adjutant; Mrs. Amy! Chief Medley and l.C. John j Chief James McCann of the Alton Recruiting office, to form a "living anchor." as they were _ Vacation Bible School To Open at Rosewood ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — Vacation Bible School will open at the Assembly of God Church this evening and continue each evening from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for two weeks, the Rev. Roy Banner, pastor, has announced. "Drat those flies!" Is an old American expression. But, |(j|HJC.5V*C»i-'«-l»l»v«i.""""«~- > -""O . ' •• . • j trolman Floyd Brown and Sgt.| was transferred to the county Shell Oil and British interests!Ralph Waldo Emerson put it a Al Pettit. The officers found U ai j Tne ' children were put in! wi11 bl >ild a S70 million refineryjbit more gently with, "A fly is that Bryant was living in ai t h e custody of a county juvenilei near Durban. South Africa. las untamable as a hyena." Alice Howe, chaplain; Mrs. Ernest Franklin, judgo advocate: Mrs. Francis Wadsworth, firs't matron at arms: Mrs. Al Beckwith. second matron at arms; Mrs. Edwin Clary and Mrs. Joseph Leuck, color bearers; office formed the color guard. Mrs. Ernest Franklin, retiring commander, was presented a past officers ring. The program featured musical and vocal numbers by young entertainers of the area. A delegation of members of the East St. Louis Club was among the guests. Receives Degree WOOD RIVER — Miss Joyce Elaine Halloran. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Halloran, 841) Halloran Ave., has received a master of science degree in nursing education from St. Louis University and will continue on the faculty of the University teaching pediatrics in the Carcli- trailer court at 13th street and Edwardsville road and arrested him there at noon Saturday. After he was jailed his wife came to visit him at 1 p.m. and then left. At approximately 2 p.m. she returned with their four children to again visit Bryant. Patrolman Brown, who was the only officer in the station at the time, stood by while she talked to her husband, but he was called to the phone in the front part of the office for a long-distance call from regarding the case. He returned to the cell area a few minutes later and after Mrs. Bryant concluded her visit she and the children left. A search of her purse had been made before she was allowed to see her husband, Brown said. At 10 p.m., Patrolman Herbert Stalcup and a Madison County deputy went to the cell to authority. Roxana Baptist Class To Meet Tonight ROXANA — The Senior class of the First Baptist Church will meet at 7 p.m. today at t h e church. Miss Lana Zakrzewski will read the devotionals Miss Sandra Lovell will and remove jail. Bryant to the county When Bryant Deputy came out of inson, Karen Schenk, Judy Schil linger, Pat Stormer, Pam Suchy, Mike Whitten and John Vose- vich. Indiana Visitor* WOOD RIVER - Judge and Mrs. Joseph Nyikos of South Bend, Ind., were house guests Of Dr. and Mrs. J, E. Mahoney, a handcuff on Bryant's left wrist and when he started to cuff the right wrist, the prisoner drew pointed it at a revolver and the officers. At this point, Patrolman Jim Lloyd of Roxana was walking back to the cell area and saw have charge of entertainment. Hostesses will be Miss Cecilia Vinyard and Miss Sandra LoveJl. On Dean's List ROXANA — Four Roxana High School graduates were among those who made the dean's list at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. The students are Marvin W. Howell of Rock Hill, David Roberson of Rosewood Heights, Anita Anglin Howel! of Roxana and Robert Hunt of Wood River. Infant Dies ROXANA — The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Landwehr- mier of Springfield died after | living only 48 hours and graveside rites were conducted last Monday at St. John's Cemetery in Granite City. Landwehrmier is a former teacher in the Roxana school system and is in government educational work in Springfield. ONLY AT NATIONAL FOOD STORE 337 E. FERGUSON WOOD RIVER Get a Beautiful 5 x 7" Picture of Your Baby FOR ONLY 39 at Edwardsville, will attend a luncheon in her honor Tuesday noon at Mrs. Mahoney's home. The lodge meets each Tues-i day at 8 p.m. at the Lodge Hall.j 558 Ferguson Ave. Had Desider Effect Love Pf f t! Youth Chucks Rock Through Window Official Entry Blank "My Pop's Tops" Contest Father's Day is Sunday, June 19 ENTER NOW! Win Wonderful Prizes For Your Pop Plus $25 Savings Bend far You. Contest Rules: (AGKS o THROUGH 6 YEARS) WOOD RIVER—Colin Coop- f'OTi IT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Qeorge Cooper, 208 Washing- *t0n St., East Alton, was arrest>ed Saturday at 7:45 p.m. aft- ift throwing a rock through the f Jpolice station window, v When the officer at the desk jran out to apprehend him. Coop- had already started walking the station, explaining he Vented to be arrested. his request wa& grant- 'ed. his mother was informed land it was explained the boy was distraught about breaking- up with a girl friend. ! He was charged with "de- si ruftiun of city property" and "disorderly conduct" and was released on $50 bond. He is scheduled to appear at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday before Police Magistrate J. Thornton Lan- j caster. 1. Entries muit be 200 wordt or less. Entranti of any age are eligible. 2. Attach your entry securely to the coupon below. 3. Mall to "My Pop's Tops" Contest. Downtown Business Men's Association, Post Office Box 298. Alton. 4. The deadline It Midnight, Wed . June 15. I860. 0. Letters will not be judged on literary style or excellence but strictly on the qualifications of the candidates as outlined In the letter. Judges' decisions will be final No entry or material will be returned. 6. No employes of Downtown Business Men's Association stores or members of their Immediate families are eligible. WOOD RIVER EXTERMINATING CO. Wo now have » complete Pe*t Control Program for nu$», Htlverfiak, and other bouMnold water tweet*. 9 I*t u» rid your l»wo of daiaieUon*, weed*, etc. 9 We *i»ra> tree* and kbrubbw- *AH W«k ftlMTMlt*)** inton 4-1351 for further information. |«to A|et* - l*rl fatter ATTACH THIS COUPON SECURELY TO YOUR LETTER MY POP'S TOPS CONTEST Dowatown lusintts Mtn'i Association, loxlfl Alton, III. NOJIIO by rha Downtown IwsinMi nitn't Association ALL WEEK TUISDAY thru SATURDAY Jwnt 14 thru Juno 18 Every Day 9 A.M. (o 6 P.M. 0 No Appointment Needed 0 No Waiting • No Glaring Lights 0 Photographer* Hour* • A.M. to • P.M. Photographs are made with sensational all automatic camera designed tor child photos. There's no glaring lights or waiting tor bgby to stop moving. You SM No Proof Only Finis.** rtcruro Choote any one of several completely fitwlud pfcoto* giapJw ... all different pate* ... for only Me> Van will aot he urged to buy. One ofcild in any one family will be photographed at Ma for the first picture. Bach additional cWW under tix year*, «|.tM for the first picture. 337 E. FERGUSON WOO RIVER, ILL., ONLY We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. NATIONAL'S MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY VALUES! Prices Good Through Wednesday Nile, June 15th 1863 E. Broadway, Alton, HI. 510 Delmar, N. Alton, HI. 387 E. Ferguson, Wood River, 111. KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP QT, JAR WITH COUPON 39 FRESH, LEAN Ground Beef Lean. pure, bulk, country style PORK SAUSAGE Lb, Mix with National's ground beef for meat loaf. Qt. Jar Wafer-sliced center <ut •ONE BOILED Jfllc HAM Ml. •19 Kraft'* MIRACLE WHIP With Thi* Coupon and a $1,80 pur- ch«*e or move—redeemable at any National Food Store. Offer expire* Wednesday Kite, June IStb. Limit One Coupon to a Customer. 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