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THURSDAY, JUNE 16,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Kenneth Sweet Elected One-Man Art To Head Optimist Club ^ Show Opens open to the public. Bctnlmtn, • native of War. ren, 0., is wtjffcmg on Ms masters degree in Southern Illinois fine arts Untteruty, WOOD RIVER — Kenneth Sweet was elected president of the Optimist Club at the Tuesday dinner meeting at the Comet Drlve-fnn. Dr. Herman Hoover was elected first vice president; Mike Scogglns, second vice president; Tony Zolner, sergeant at arms; Cecil Neunabor, secretary-treasurer. Board of directors: Fred Taylor, C. Wayne Stevens and Marvin Mallory, all past presidents. Sweet also is a past president. July 12 was selected as the date of the installation banquet. Floyd Mitchell, lieutenant governor of District 8 of Zone F of Wood River j WOM Elects New Officers I WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Dukei Dudley was elected senior regent of the Women of the Moose at the Tuesday meeting at the .Moose home. She will succeed Mrs. Otis Logan. Mrs. Harold Helmkamp .was; elected junior regent; Mrs. Har-i old Friemann, chaplain; Mrs.' Lena Sly, recorder; Mrs. Virgil Foster, treasurer. Installation will be held at 2 p.m. June 26 at the Moose home 1 in ceremonies open to the public. Plans were made for initiation ceremonies to be conducted by! the Academy of Friendship at the next regular meeting. Mrs. John De Cota reported highlights of the June 11 Mooseheart meeting where she received her cap and gown in the College of Regents, the third degree of the Women of the Moose. j Two Wilshire Village Stores j Are Expanding EAST ALTON — Two stores in '. Wilshire Village, Glik's and Thrifty Drug, today announced plans for an exapnsion program. ' Construction of a new addition to the rear of glik's Department Store will begin soon, Don Spilker, Glik's representative said. Construction is scheduled to be completed in September. The addition will contain 1,600 square feet 6f floor space with a glass door entrance similar to the front entrance. The present store building contains 3,600 square feet. Construtcion is already underway on a 3,000 square foot addition to Thrifty Rexall Drugs, it was reported by Richard Massey, advertising manager of the stores. The new addition is expected to be completed around Aug. 15. The present building contains 5,000 square feet. A driveway will probably eb added to the store's rear area, siad Massey. WSIS To Meet EAST ALTON — Mrs. Merle Hungerford will present the program at the 7:30 p.m. Friday meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church, at t h e home of the | pastor, the Rev. and Mrs. i Thomas McDermand, 204 Monroe. Mrs. Samuel Roberts will lead devotions. Two-Car Collision EAST ALTON — A collision occurred Wednesday at 13:15 a. m. at Fifth and Cobb in East Alton between automobiles driv-' en by Marion D. Courtright, 2 Goulding, East Alton, and Jerry' D. White, 856 Halloran, Wood) River. No injuries were report-! ed. Passengers in the car driven by Courtright were: Dean Grable, 20, 405 Douglas, East Alton, and Ralph Clouatte, 24, 269 12th, Wood River. New Patrolman Employed at Wood River WOOD RJVER — Gordon Me- Connell has been employed by the Wood River Police Department effective July 1 to replace Patrolman Robert L. Wiemers, who has resigned. Wiemers in a letter of resignation to Police Chief Buckner said he plans to return to his former employment which he feels he is better suited for than police work. McConnell, 25, resides at 284 J2th St., with his wife and two children. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. McConnell Sr. He graduated from Roxana High School in Iflp3, served four years in the Naval Air Force and attended Shurtleff College one semester. He has been a resident here tor ]j years. Optimists International, was ai guest of the meeting, and made AtWoodRiver CarbondaJe, where he is serving as a graduate assistant in the School of Art. He received an AB degree from V" c ".*' "~ " ' WOOD RIVER - A one man O hrel n Col ette Oberlln Ohio the presentation of a life mem-' __ , _ .. . « f .™T . Co . e * e ' OBerI .' .' bership to Dr. Hoovw on behalf I art show, featuring the work of and studiw) ln pn r , s wnere hc of the club. The award is in re- • John Beardman. opened Mon. participated In several art shows. cognition of outstanding servicei day at lne public llbrarv * nd ' Hls current show at the lib- to the club during the past year.'will continue through June 27, rary Is comprised primarily of abstracts including 10 on ings, three water colon and (hfM AMtMtttf; OMHHIttlM WOOD - An audit- berg and thelf fifflUMl it 0 p.m. June ft it tht twdl dab grounds. following th« refttfer fM*ttag Flag Day certmoritai werv held A tribute to (he flag wm given by Mm. B«th« Sofltmtr and Bobble B«nner ted the pledge of allegiance to the flag. Mr*. Alice Logsdon, r*prCl«nt- Ing the Past Teens Club, pre> sented the women with a new n«» vc.. aMjj MM at*** AM**** Godf Ann! nnntt uuur Bates. 3! Htal* A Wc\T 9. tune* 19 tlUllv. i* of tfwlr wood tn Earl 1 was «n brntion tng committee comprised of Mrs. Melvttt KfttflMrti. Mrs. Floyd Cox and Mrs William Lashley was appointed during a business meeting of the Esther Temple of Pythian Sisters Wednesday night. Announcement was made ol ; flag. Mr. and Mrs. Starr Ander. thr celebration was a buffet a covered dish dinner for mem. I son showed slides. I luncheon for family and friends. Godfrey Couple Has ' — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bates. 3903 Edgewood St., observed wedding anniversary June 12 with a party at the home -* " ' Jack Bates.' S3 fted- odfrey. Earl Bates', mower, who is 93, was «n honored guest nl the cele- 321 MMHitn? 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