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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PACi&TlfflM 73 Increase in Decade - . Census Report Shows 1,060 Residents in Greenfield OREENFfELD - Population Of Greenfield increased 73 persons In the past decade, according to census figures released this week. The new population figure is 1.060 compared with 987 in 1950. Don Sample was the local census taker. Woodklrk Skinner Wedding GREENFIELD -Miss Esther Skinner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skinner of Taylor- vllle, and Tom Woodkirk. son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wood- kirk of Greenfield, will be married in a ceremony at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the First Baptist Church.in Taylorvllle. To Reside In Champaign GREENFIELD - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hettick, who were married June 11 in thp Methodist Church Chapel. Champaign, are spending their honeymoon in the New England states and will reside in Champaign. Hettick is the son of Roy Hettick ol Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Hettick ar? graduates of the University of Illinois. She is the former Nancy Steidner. daughter of Mr.; and Mrs. Martin Steidner of| Champaign. ; Greenfield Notes ; GREENFIELD Mr. and Mrs. John Waltrip of Jacksonville are parents of their fourth child and first daughter horn at Passavant Hospital June 15. She has! been named Karen Sue. Steven.; David, and Billy Tim Waltrip! are spending this week with; their grandparents, Mr. and! Mrs. F. R. Spencer. i Miss Gerda Link, daughter of! Mr. and Mrs. Otto Link of Lon?< Beach, Calif., former rpsidonis of Greenfield, is among the graduates at the University of Illinois who will receive degrees | Saturday. She will spend thei summer in Europe and will enter officers training school for women at the Marine Base. Quantico, Va., in August. Missj Link is a granddaughter of Fred! Bauer of Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. John Darnel of Sherman. Tex., former residents of Greenfield, visited friends here the first of the week. All children of the community are invited to attend a vacation Bible school sponsored by the Charity Baptist Church, starting June 20 and continuing through July 1. Opening date of the St. Michael's Church vacation school is June 21 and classes will convene for two weeks. Mrs. Warren Cook entered Passavant Hospital. Jacksonville, Thursday for observation. Fire Damage* Baseboard. Wall A defective refrigerator cord caused a fire in the home of Jesse Woodman Jr., ?>'2?, Bluff St., at 1:">0 a.m. this morning. The cord "shorted out" and set fire to the baseboard and part of the wall behind the refrigerator. Asst. Fire Chief Warren Grablc reported minor damage to the baseboard and the wall. Engine companies !,!>. and the ladder company responded to the call. Dick and Pyatt Plead Guilty At Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE - Fred Eugene Dick of Wood River and Vernon Pyatt of Jerseyville, formerly of Calhoun County, entered pleas of guilty Thursday in Circuit Court. Dick pleaded gulHy to charges of burglary and larceny arising out of a break-in at the Fieldon Telephone Co. the night of May 19 and to a charge of escaping from county jail on May 30. Pyatt pleaded guilty to a charge of aiding a prisoner to escape. The pleas were before Judge Sam Smith. Judge Smith referred the cases to the county probation officer for investigation and report on June 30. Pyatt and Dick waived indictment by grand jury. The report of the probation officer will he received June ,'iO and sentence imposed at that time. Day Camp at Jersey Will •/ Start Monday JERSEYVILLE — Jerseyville Girl Snout Day Camp will start June L'O and continue for five days. There arc 12.5 girls registered for the camp this year and all girls belonging to the Girl Scouts and the Brownies are eligible to attend. Mrs. James White is director of the camp and Mrs. Rodney Jaeoby is assistant director. The camp site is at the Frank Fulkerson West Farm. Buses to transport girls to camp will leave from the high school garage daily at 9 a.m. and will return about 4 p.m. Each girl is to bring a sack lunch each day except the day her unit has a "Cook out". Milk will be furnished every day. On the night of June 24, the older Girl Scouts will camp out all night and return home Saturday morning after breakfast. Mr*. Dilliard Presented 50 Yefir OES Jewel BUNKER HILL - Mrs. Mary Dilliard, 91. who resides at the Tower View Nursing Home. WHS pi psented her 50th year jewel Wednesday afternoon for being a member of (he Order of the F.HStern Star for 50 years. She is a charter member of Ihe Plainview OES and trans- lenerl to the Bunker Hill Lodge in 1921. Mrs. Arnold Bohimeyer. worthy matron of the local 'OES. made the presentation. Others present were her two daughters. Mrs. Henry Heyen of Dorchester. Mrs. John Duncan of Bunker Hill, and Mrs. Robert Dilliard of Dorchester. SALESMAN-MANAGER We Offer: Affiliation with lending Music Company in thp St. Louis area. Membership in Company sponsored insurance, health and retirement plans. Payment on salary-commission basis, A vehicle for transportation and us a selling aid. Training program and the best selling aidk in the music industry. An opportunity to step into an established organization to sell one of the country's hest products to the country's nicest people. We Want: \ man with a proven sales background, capable of management and of working compatibly with other personnel. A man who In physically fit between ages of 38 and 45. A creative minded salesman who Is aware of values In concerted promotion planning. At least a high school education, with some knowledge of music — but let us be the judge as this is not of great importance. Many good salesmen in the industry play no musical instrument. HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS of ALTON Call HOward 2-U612 between 18 noon and 9 P.M. for appointment. Jersey Church Services Listed JERSEYVtLLE - "Six Peradventures of Perseverance" will be the topic of the sermon of the Rev. Harold E. Lane, at the morning service at First Baptist Church Sunday. At 7:30 p.m. the chil dren's program will be given. The board of Christian education and BJA committee will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday. On Tuesday quilting will be held in the church basement and at 7:30 p.m. the Phllathea Class party \\-\\\ be held at the home of Mrs. Russell War ner. Mid-week prayer and Bibk study are set for 7:30 p.m. Wed nesday. The wedding of Miss Carole Grif fin and Edgar Schroeder will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the church. The children's day program at First Presbyterian Church is set tor 8:30 a.m. Sunday. A special Fathers' Day program will be given by the Sunday school at the Methodist Church at 9:30 a.m. Charles McKnelly, missionary to Hong Kong, will speak at the evening service. ^ ChildrenTreated At Hospital In Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE — James Van- Walleghan. 3, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. VnnWalleghan of Jerseyville. was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital for a laceration of the left upper eyelid at 7:15 p.m Thursday. The child ran into a stick held by a playmate. Valda Wallace. 4. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wallace of Fidelity, stepped 911 a piece of broken glass Thursday afternoon al her home and cut her left foot. She was treated at the hospital. John Molloy, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Molloy of Jerseyville, was brought to the hospital Thursday for removal of a foreign body from his right nostril. He returned home after treatment. Joan Crawford. 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crawford of Jerseyville. broke a needle off in the middle finger of her right hand while sewing Friday afternoon. She was brought to the hospital where the needle was removed. Jersey Students Graduate JERSEYVILLE — Three Jersey County students were graduated from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale Wednesday, receiving bachelor degrees. They were Miss Diana Gowin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Minor Gowin of the Kane (vicinity; Charles Koenig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Koenig of Dow; and Robert D. Baker, json of Mr. and Mrs. Robert O, Baker of Rt. 2, Jerseyville. Miss Gowin has accepted a | position with the school system >at Ro.xana and will begin her 'work as a fourth grade teacher this fall. | : Koenig will also teach this| i Baker has received a graduate j lesearch assistant ship to work | on his master of science degree j in animal science at the Univer-j sity ol Illinois. He is married' and has two children, Robert Alan. 14 months, and Pamela Sue, three months old. Home from Hospital JERSKYVILLE --- Mrs. H. R.i iGledhill who has been hospitalUi /eri following a hip facture, was I moved from Jersey Community Hospital to her home here Thursday. Move to Farm JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. William Tracy and family moved Friday from 200 Ferguson in Jerseyville to the faini home of Tracy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tracy on Route 1. where they will reside until their new home is constructed ! on the premises. Mr. and Mrs. ; Edgar Schroeder are moving to i the residence on Ferguson street formerly occupied by the Tracy tamily. Red ( ross Meeting JERSEYVILLE - The annual meeting of Jersey County Chapter of the American Red Cross will be held at 8 p.m. June 24 in Red Cross headquarters at the courthouse in Jerseyville. Officers will be elected and committees appointed. Shades of the Old West Night Cattle Chasing Reported at Otterville JERSEYVtLLE - Range riding, the chasing of cattle on horseback and amateur rodeo theatricals at night, with the horses and cat- tip of farmers in the vicinity of Otterville as the victims, have] been reported to Jersey County Sheriff's office. At the farm home of Russell Campbell Friday Deputy Sheriff Adam DeSherlia learned that a bull whip had been taken the night of June IS and mysteriously returned. Campbell's horses had been saddled and utilized in an imaginary cattle rustling event which included the chasing of his herd. A similar condition was reported to have occurred at the farm of Leslie Dougherty. The latter, up to Friday, was not so fortunate as Campbell. The cattle whip belonging to Dougherty was still missing and damage had been done to a saddle by persons who had used the Dougherty horses in the roundup at his farm. Similar reports were obtained by DeSherlia at the premises of Claude Cope where persons unknown had been riding a pony. At the Bernard Spangle farm, cattle had been in on the unauthorized roundup. At the Russell Price farm, similar activities had taken place and Price reported a number of items missing, including a set of field glasses taken from a shed. A number of Indian relics were also listed as Kano missing. Vacation Trip JERSEYVILLE Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Anderson of Jorsey- ville left Thursday afternoon on an extended vacation trip. They will visit in Chicago with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ives and family, and with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Nelson. While there they will attend the wedding of the latter couple's granddaughter, Miss Roberta Nelson. The Andersons will spend a few weeks with relatives in Minnesota and will attend a reunion of the Eng family and a birthday party for Anderson's mother, Mrs. Mary Anderson of Princeton, who will be 90 years old. The honoree lias six living' children who will be present at the party. Mrs. Anderson hos six living brothers and a sister, who will attend the Eng reunion. Democratic Women JERSEYVILLE -- Jersey County Democratic Women's KANF. --• Mrs. H. F. Freeh and Mrs. William Reif were din-' ner gifests thQ first of the weeki of Mrs. Gallup In Carrollton. j Mr. and Mrs. Harry DeShas-^ ier and family and Minor Selmer were dinner guests of Mr. '. and Mrs. Albert Kallnl in Jer- sryvllle the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Clark. Mrs. Ronald Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reynolds, nnd Jimmie and Michael Hurley. Alton, visited the first of the week with Mrs. Ross Reynolds. Misses Daisy and Letha Davis. St. Louis; Mrs. F. T. Hawk. Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. C. L Hawk were dinner guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Linder. The BiMe school program will be presented at the Methodist Church Sunday at 9:30 a.m. At 10:35. the Rev. DuRall will speak on "Fearful Gods." The Rev. H. L. Potter will preach at the Baplist Church :-it 10:15 a.m. The closing program of the vacation Bible school will be given at 7 p.m. Evangelist Jack Duncan of St. |Crmrles, Mo., will preach at morning and evening worship ai the Church of Christ. David DeShasier. son of Mr, and Mrs. Harry DeShasier. underwent a tonsillectomy at Boyd Hospital Thursday. <li<'»«'rftiH€l •loins Navy CHESTERFIELD Jim Con- ; roy. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Conroy of Chesterfield, enlisted in ;the V. S. Navy and left Tuesdav 'for Great Lakes where he will 'take his basic training;. United Church Officers Named At Chesterfield CHKSTKRFIKI.n Officers were elected at the annual meeting of the United Church Thursday evening In the church. Those re-elected were: clerk, Mrs. Emma Dams; treasurer, Mrs. Beulah Elrtred: elders. .1. E. Phelps, Clarence Dmvlantl: deacons. Mrs Olive Wheeler nnd Mrs. Mnry Bowman: trustees. J. R. Pursey and E. J. Ixickyer: membership committee. Ruth Saw tell. Marjorie At) ams and Esther Edwards: ushers. Grant Wilson. Donald England and Everett Adams: pian- 1st, Mrs. Eva Talkington; assistant, Mrs. Rollln Keele; as sistants. Mrs. Martha Wilson and Mrs. Ruherg; choir director. Mrs. Virginia Keele. Constitution committee members from the congregation arc Mrs. Virginia Struble and Tom Cliism: from the elders. Clarence Era r\k ford and J. E. Phelps; from the trustees. Everett Adams and Robert Kce nnd from the deacons, Mrs. Mary Bowman and Mrs. Wheel- Club will meet Monday nt the home of Mrs. Ernes! Kerenhack on Route 1, Jerseyville. A potluck supper will be served al 7 er. Reports from all departments of the church and Sunday school were read and accepted. The Rev. Rulierg gave a yearly report of his work in the church. Chesterfield Notes CHESTERFIELD -Mrs. Paul Miller has returned home after being n medical patient at Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Mabel Snell is visiting here with Mrs. Phoebe Mathis. Fourteen members of the Tniicrl Ladies Aid and Mrs. Lula Moore attended the regular monthly business meeting of the Aid Thursday afternoon. Their next business meeting will he July 21 at Keeler Community House. This will be the annual picnic and members are to invite guests. A basket dinner will be served at noon. The daily vacation Bible school, sponsored by the United Amateur Mechanic Greenfield Boy Makes His Own Motor Bikes GREENFIELD — A Orecn-ltello repaired this motor, using Held boy, carrier of the Alton ip,,,^ f roni W hat he calls his Telegraph, who has a markedi, ljun|| ^ „ f |t on an o)d bf . aptitude for mechanic*, has Him-, ed to making motor bikes tori 0 }* 1 " fram f and sold * he fun and for profit. ***** P rod y ct ° Kflnother , , . „ , _, . „ .. That one doesn't have a clutch He Is Charles Cos ello, 14,, „ „ hp who declaims against the name • "Charles," saying he prefers HP buys parts for motor btkes "Chuck." and who has picked up' w1th Proceeds from his work what amounts to an advanced ! as a < <alTler of « he A »°" Eve ' knack In mechanics by "hang-!" 1 "* Telegraph and with money Ing around" Greenfield garages i eamed cllttin * * rass - he savs and service stations. ; He Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Costello drives a motor bike! R "-y" 10 " d p Costello and is one propelled by an old, beat-outi° f » »;hlMr«i. Five brothers are motor he acquired for $10. Hel in mllitnr - v service mounted this motor on a bicycle "Chuck" says he plans to be- frame, attached its power take-;come a mechanic and a good off to the rear wheel and rigged up a cluthch system of his own design. "When you push down on this pedal, the clutch works," he says. "If you lift the same pedal, you have a brake," A previous model of motor bikr turned out by the boy, who will be a high school freshman in the fall, is powered by a motor Costello acquired for 40 cents. Cos- a» A a full term and Mm AM lie VACATION AND HOtlOAT 8ILVIJJ MUM DRY OUttMM SPECIAL NEXT WEEK fOf I, Iroee'wof ... [H , 2012 Stele ft. , 22* I. Ihn 436 N. Wood Rtor Aw. Church School, closed Friday.; A program will he presented! Sunday evening at the church. SUMMER STORE HOURS Boglnnlnf Saturday, June 25 DAILY 9 a.m, to 6 p,m, (Friday 9 lo 9) Saturday 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m, GODWIN OFFICE SUPPLY, Inc. "Alton's Commercial Stationer" 114 E. BROADWAY Phone HOward 8-7766 - NOTICE ALTON MOOSE No. 951 ENROLLMENT CEREMONY SUNDAY, JUNE 19th - 2:00 P.M. FOLLOWED BY FREE TURKEY DINNER 3821 College Ave., Alton, III. NOTICE OF RELOCATION OF BUSINESS OFFICE Wo will bt moving to our now offico at 309 Henry Street on June 18,1960 For your convenience we have an after hour* depository and the following collection itttions for payment of water bills: Krocor Stores Alton rMuej MwHwHo PtoM Soars, Roobuok I Oo. 30t MOM Street Dick's Drug Stors 141* Wo*«l*flto« National Fool Storss lost Ifoodway, S10 Watt Dolmar ALTON WATER COMPANY FREE GIFT FOR SAVING DURING CITIZENS SAVINGS' NEW ACCOUNTS JUBILEE Earn New High Anticipated 5% Yearly on Monthly Installments and Prepaid Savings. Save $100 or More . . . Receive ANCHOR HOCKING FIRE-KING COPPER-TINT OVENWARE This famou.s 12-piece Anchorglas.s Ovpnwarp set is your* tree when you open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or more. Practical and beautiful, ovenware is guaranteed two years againsl oven breakage. You can arid to your account al any time in multiples of $50. Funds will earn at new anticipated rate of 5ft pei annum, first payable June 30, 1960. Savo $10 or More . . , Receive SWIVEL HEAD UTILITY LANTERN Open a new REGULAR MONTHLY INS'J 'ALLMENTS SHARE ACCOUNT with S10 »r more. Voiu free gift will be this handy lantern with stiong bean) and swing-up red flasher, a useful "Sately Companion' tor auio or home. Add to Kavingb in multiples of 5(ic 01 M each Eam new anticipated 5% rate, first payable June ,'iO. NIW ACCOUNTS JUIILIf INOS JULY 31 ... PLAN NOW TO STOP BY SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSUIID SAFf UP to $10,000 BY FSUC HANDY MONT OOO1 TILlli $ WINDOW . . . Mil FRONT DOOR PARKING CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 329 Swltfc Av t . CL 4-384] lost Alroo HOURS: f «.M. to 4:30 p.m. Doily. Friday iveni.a. until 7 p.m. Clo»ed Saturday!. ALTON TELEGRAPH 1960 COOK BOOK RECIPE CONTEST WIN $ 600°° INPRIZES FOR YOUR FAVORITE RECIPES IN THESE CATEGORIES 1. Salad and salad dress* Ings 2. Vegetables (including soups) 3. Casserole dishes 4. Meats 5. Fish and poultry 6. Desserts 7. Cakes and cookies 8. Pie 9. Breads 10. Outdoor cookery $100.00 Grand Prise for Best Recipe In each category: $25.00 First Priie $15.00 Second Prize $10.00 Third Prise I960 Cook Book Recipe Rules 1. Enter as many recipes as you wish, in one or all categories. 2. Write your recipe carefully, in this order: a. Name of recipe, and category. b. List ingredients in the order they are added. c. Method of mixing. d. Special instructions when necessary, example—(chill for 12 hours). e. Baking temperature, and time required for bakery products. f. Name, address and phone number ol contestant. 3. Write plainly. Use only one recipe to a sheet of paper, and writ* only OH one side of the paper. 4. All entries become the property of the Alton Evening Telegraph. (No entries will be returned). Decision of judges will be final. 5. Only one cash prize will be awarded to any individual. 6. The contest opens Monday. June 20, 1960 and closes at midnight Saturday Juiy 30. 1960. Winning recipes will be published in the Alton Evening Telegraph Cookbook Section, Monday. September 12, 1960. 7. Address your recipes to Cook Book, Alien Evening Telegraph, Box 298. Alton, Illinois. If you prefer, entries may be brought to the office, 1) 1 Ecu! Broadway, Alton. 8. Anyone in the entire trade area of the Telegraph is eligible and may send in as many entries as desired. Only employes oi the Telegraph and members of their immediate families are ineligible. MAIL YOUR ENTRY NOW! ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH T

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