Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 18, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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Saturday, June 18, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 18,1CGO Hew C of C Office to Be Completed by July 1 WOOD RIVER - Renovation WO* on the old library building a1 114-16 Whitrlnw Avr. should be Oonipleted by July 1 prpparatory to Relocation thprr of the Wood ftver Township Chamber of Commerce, it was announced at a Chamber board of directors meeting this week. Interior paneling work is nearing Completion and furniture, office file* and other chamber equipment is scheduled to be moved in M soon as possible. Loyal Palmer, executive secre- The promotion is bring planned partially due to a speech given here recently by Dr. Howard Roepke of the University of Illinois, during which he emphasized the importance of area Chambers working together on such a project. During a progress report of the brochure committee it was reported that photographs for thr pamph Jet are now being taken and the committee is scheduled to meet with the board soon to go over final details. Auxiliary to Meet WOOD RIVER — The purchase of new equipment for the Post sparrhn tery of the Chamber, proposed the boatd had Its next meeting there July 20 if possible. Plans to work with area Cham-j kitchen will be considered at the berj of Commerce in attracting in-i 8 p.m. Monday meeting of the dustry to the region were discussed American Legion Auxiliary at the and it was approved to proceed Legion Hall. Miss Audrey Ullrich. with plans. | president, has announced. Bleodmobilc to Make 3-Day Wood River Visit WELLS FARGO STAR NEW DECORATOR SUPPLY STORE A new store, featuring wall paper, carpeting, paints and other decorating products has been opened in Monticello Plaza. The owner of the store is G. B. Smithey, who also operates Wilshire Paint and Hardware Co., in East Alton. -Staff Photo. Vaughn Hill Road Will Be Officially Opened Monday Church Services at Hoxana Announced ROXANA — The Rev. William K. Riee, pastor of First WOOD RIVER — A goal of ! 490 pints of blood h«» been set for the thre«.d§y blood donor j program Monday through Wed-j nesday in the Wood River area,; John A. Mubbard, are blood procurement chairman, has an. nounced. The Red Cross Bloodmoblle will be stationed at the Wood River Masonic Temple Monday, j the St. Paul's Methodist Church, i Rosewood Heights Tuesday; andj the Hartford City Hall, Wed- ^ . ....... nesday; from noon until 6 p.m.i ft*? Robeftomi, TV and film star, center, was each dBy Interviewed by the Telegraph late Friday morning Business places, civic andi while having breakfast at the Parkxvay Drive -In on fraternal organizations of the Edwardsville road and Wood River avenue. three communities are sponsor, ing the donor program, Hub. bard stated. Transportation may be arrange by those wishing to contribute blood by contacting Hubbard or Jack Willis, Veteran of Foreign War blood chairman. Presbyterian News WOOD RIVER — A special! offering will be received dur-| ing the morning service at First! Presbyterian Church Sunday for ; the benefit of disaster victims! ! in Chile. The fund drive is being; East Alton Board Hears Project Report EAST ALTON - A report was given Friday night on 0* progress of the East Alton sewerage disposal plant project at a special meeting of the Vflfcge Board at City Hall. C. H. Sheppard, village engineer, was authorized to gather survey information for application for a federal loan and grant. Mayor Charles Vanpreter said the application for the federal loan and grant will probably be sent in sometime next week. Missionary Council EAST ALTON - The Missionary Council of the East Alton Pentecostal Church met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Donald Carter, with Mrs. Paul Miller leading the program. Tentative plans were made for a potluck picnic and outdoor meeting at the Westerner Club grounds July 28, Proceeds of approximately j five dollars from the pastry sale ' which featured the social hour. ; was added to the general fund of the society. Refreshments > were served. | Motorist Fined EAST ALTON — Richard M. Hardesty. 19, 721 Condlt St., Wood River, paid $15 fine and costs for careless driving on By BOB RYFFEL .sisters from Georgia, and Tom Friday at 5:35 p.m. when he Telegraph Staff Writer ;and Ted LeGarde, brothers from. appealed before Justice of the WOOD RIVER — Dale Rob- Australia. Peace John Hanks. .conducted nation-wide by the ertson. star of the "Tales of The rodeo is being sponsored' Hardesty was arrested late ! American Red Cross. Wells Fargo" TV series discuss- bv Ainad Temple. East St. Louis,, Sunday morning for speeding on During July and August, only ed , nis act ' s appearance in the Friday, Staurday and Sunday, ; S| Louls avenue and Alt. 67. Me Is presently appearing at the Shriners' sponsored rodeo at Fairmount Race Track. Having breakfast with Robertson are Clarence Decker and his son, Robert. —Staff Photo. Here for Shrine Rodeo Dale Robertson, TV Star, Turns Up for Breakfast on e worship service win be held ; Shriner - sponsored rodeo at beginning at 2 p.m. Robertson WOOD RIVP;R - A ribbon cut- of the right-of-way and engineer- byterian Church, will use as his; eacn Sunday a , 9 . 30 a . m . (he ;Fairmount Race Track this week- Today, . n on vT_ . . . , uprmrin fiflp at thp 10-40 urn '---.-- . «enrf. in a breakfast interview Qh>>ino,-e' ng ceremony at 2:30 p.m. Mon- j ng [ PPS U ere paid by the coun- SRlmon Illle al lne lu 4U < lrn day will officially npon the $1,- t ' service Sunday "Plain Talk rtct't on/* ni ....... \ T, .. . r .U« I 1111 A i., * ' visited i ting ceremony at 2:30 p.m. Mon- jng IPPS were pa id bv the coun- SRrmon title at thc I0:4 ° am ''Rev. Manley Mace/pastor'! ha»'2? d - '" * brp:ak ^ sf ' nfe £' if ? v Shrine.V Hospital in St. Louis -- ' *• ' -- : - -•-' - ""•-•'- --»• |nounced .Thursday morning at the Park- and was a gues , a t a S k ee , shoo t ^i^-^jrd*«^ ~"""- - *-" m om ** c " i Robertson's part in the rodeo Robertson, besides performing i consists of the direction q/ a sing- j n i;jg fj| ms j s owner O f a quart- ;ing act composed of two sets of ei . horse ranch. Haymaker Farm itwins, Jonell and Glenell Holly. o f Yukon, Okla.. and Overland Discovery Camp" for chll.j ——- Productions, a Hollywood film idren who have completed the! An English market chain has com p anv service 08:{.8H6.31 new Vaughn Hill-Air- *"' ^ u , ... , . About Love." port Road project between State. Ihr ' n(nv hl « hway WI " hf> tUm ~ Monday the United Presbvteri- {he h Routes 1.19 and 140. Thr newjed over to the State of Illinois an Women will have family night TOnferpnce road is the costliest road project: in Monday's ribbon cutting r:er- at 6 p.m. at the church begin- ( , ", „ « unf i av ever undertaken in Madison lemony which will be conducted ning with a potluck supper. Af-j h ? * k County. by (3us llaller. chairman of the tor the dinner Terry Johler will, ,£,?"„„"„, r*™*» According to Harry Kltige. county hoard of .supervisors. show slides of his recent trip to county superintendent of high- Members of the county road.Africa, ways, the road's construction and bridge committee and may- costs were financed 50 per centiors from Wood River, East Alby the federal government, iper cent by the state and '10 per cent by the county. The cost The second week of vacation s '*' h 8»'ade will be held at Camp church school will begin Monday, Potawatomi July 3-9; and jun- and open house will be Thursday! >or high camp at Camp Piasa ford will be invited to the cere- at 7:30 p.m. at the church. June the same week. Registration 10 ton. Bethalto. Roxana and Hart- opened its first Self-service super- He sajd the f ., m hp ]jked pe( ,_ market in Ireland, on Bridge Street j fo ,. nijng jn mp most wag ,, Rp . in Belfast. Besides food, it handles , ul . n of , he Texan ., because of women's nylons and hardware. mony. be "Signaling f01 ' 'CUT GLASS 9 Miss Frances Smith, Wood River High School English teacher, sells Dean Burk a copy of "Cut Glass," a prose and poetry magazine published for the first time this year by students. Bill Brubaker, another member of language art arts department, who helped with the project, looks on.—Staff Photo. Original Writings Students at Wood River Publish 'Cut Glass' South Roxana-Waiuia j Services Announcer! SOUTH ROXANA — The Rev." Vic-tor Herman, pastor of the, Wanda and South Roxana Methodist Churches, will use the! theme, "Christian Father." at SIU to Offer Summer Social Studies Courses L'6 will be the church picnic at -1 blanks for both camps are now; -.p.m. at Kendall Hill honoring available at the church office.}^-theme .wi the vacation church teachers. Registrations are now being |^ r ' s ' • Thomas Jones, ministerial stu- taken for the synod leadership Hospital News dent from Alton, will conduct; training school at Monmouth. VVOOD RIVER — Dana Jo. 3, portrays on the screen are notl the film's story. "Gambler from- i Natchez," said Robertson, wasi one of tne best money-making! ! films his company has produced. ; The athletic roles Robertson j and Mrs. Joejunlike his personal life which in' v ° lv es ranching activities and EDWARDSVILLE ithe 9:45 a.m. service and the College,. July 17-24 and July 24-;daughter of Mr. 7:30 p.m. evangelistic service at 30. E Brookshire, 217 Victory Dr., the First Baptist Church in the »„_,,,.„„„_ n »tn. East Alton, was released' froni ' marksmanship events. .absence of the Rev. L. E. Mus- Re f* ra "° n D " tes . Wood River Township Hospital tain, who u attending a con- WOOD RIVLR - Registration j prfd j following the ap- VACATION AND HOLIDAY SILVER DOLLAR DRY GLEANING SPECIAL NEXT WEEK 90? E. Broadway 2012 State St. 226 E. Elm 436 N. Wood Rivtr Avt. A full ference in California. | the 9 a.m. service at Wanda i land 11 a.m. service at South) :quota of social studies courses, will he offered summer school j .students at SRJ's Southwestern i Roxana. The 7:30 p.m. service 1J-,. I will be at the Wanda church and; ' Bo|h f(nd evenjng p , asses Junlor_MYF will meet at NVan- lwjl| bp he , d a) both (he A)ton and East St. Louis centers, On ... . .the 400-level will be courses in MYF will meet at 6 p.m. Wed-; he aphy of the Soviet Un . nesday at the home of Mrs. ||on )offcrcd at Eas , Sl . Louis , Ida at 6 p.m 1 The South Roxana Junto:' Fred Longshore. Thursday at! Brothers Visit ROXANA — John T. for the vacation Bible school to be iljcation of a cast for a frac . ; held July 5-15 at the First Metho- ture , o her , ef( forearm- Dana .._. Gill of (dist Church vvi11 be held from 9:1 ° Joe suffered the injury in a fall; Berwyn and Lee T. Gill of Chi-; to 9:3 ° a ' m ' Sunda y and a S al " from the porch at her home. •• cago have returned to their i June 26 at tne same Ume - the Rev - i Other patients given emergen- home after visiting their broth-1 Edwin Grant, pastor has announc-, cy treatment and released Frier Joseph T. Gill, who is a pa-' eci - tientin St. Joseph's Hospital Parents of pre-school and pri- ^H 0n : niary children are asked to accom- Other visitors who were over-j pany their youngsters for registra- night guests of Mrs. Gill at their |tion to provide accurate informa- ;day were Samuel Stassi, 10. son of Mr. and Mrs. Veto Stassi. 31: S. Main St., who injured his left foot when he stepped on a nail. Danny Grills, 11. son of Mr. t ™ " Sinct> and in the History of Europe i, lomp on w Tydeman avenue,! tion for the enrollment records. ! and Mrs. Calvin Grills, 1430 14th as i \Vad attend ; if " Alt ° n> - 1 who also visited Joseph Gill the WOOD RIVER - Originality of come an annual project, both com- da - v lhlT) "« n Friday of next writing prose and verse was em- posed allfl prinlpd at , hp S( . hool . Week .^!i '\.;'™%,;";^ P - phasized to high degree in the first i M , RS Smjth wj|py and Bruhakp| .. ' mnagural issue of "Cut Glass. ,.,.., . published this year by Wood River! fpH thl " siu ' h " Community High School students, i The magazine, which went on SOUTH ROXANA The Wo- pertinent to the current political scene in the U.S. will be offered • M ,. s _ Gpo| . gp Queedons of LoO s., in the field of government. At w|)o m . p pm . outp , o Ethopia . | Alton, there will be problems of ,,,.,. . „ . 0 ,. „, Visiting from Anucortes American Foreign Policy and * Political Parties; East St. Louis ROXANA — Mr. na Mrs. will offer a course in Interna- Ra V Salsman and children Anita! lional Relations. Also of current and Randy of Anacorte.s, Wash.. Mrs. Frances Heeren will serve;St., who twisted his left ankle is director of the school. The stu- while attending Bible school. DO YOU KNOW! PIASA FIRST FEDERAL HAS ADVANCED FOR QUALIFIED HOME OWNERS IN THIS AREA MORE THAN $1,000,000.00 DURING THE PAST FIVE MONTHS. Piasa First Federal STATE & WALL STS. PHONE HO 5-2550 &„? to ™-ouraR«> student tah-nl. Most oltho selections used were t is needed: men's Christian Temperance. impl . pst wj || hp '., coursp , n po . are visiting in the area and will Union vu-ued posters marie m a meeting contest al „,.,,„, offerer) at Al- sale at the end of the school year: this month, consists of writings byj students. i Lockwood Wiley, head of the Ian- j guage arts department, served as chairman for the project, assisted -- , , . . . 'thui- K H.>v •iftornrv.n -it thp lassrotim work turned in hv stu- inuisn.iy attein(X)n ,11 inc • return to Washington Sunday; evening. In the field of sociology, upper Mrs. Salsman will be at winners as guests. A film.,,. dents. A few were done outside of Hoxana Methodist Chuivh. wiliii |pvp| pvpnjng ( . oursps at East home of Mr. and Mr.' classes. Miss Smith said the faculty advisers had hoped to sell a possible 100 copies, hut the .student response Eldon, t'.rnup relations and marriage counseling. Of interest to teach- much 1 -ind nearlv St. Louis will he offered and Hobson and sons of Doerr ave- ••The Grand View Story, was (vvl) . wppk workshops in inter . nue Sunday afternoon. To I'ndcrKO Surgery ROXANA — Mrs. Angelina ers will be an upper - level Brown of 307 Rohm Place, has P i,d r ,i "•' - ' , course in Illinois history, at Al- been admitted to DePaul Hospit- Ihe pla.-e will be announced (on Rospntha , snjfl . ThP history 'al in St. Louis where she will reported ^ (;i . oe( . p , ()| . l ,p,, p ,. division stu- undergo major surgery. She is , (it-nls and a graduate course in the daughter of Mr. and Mrs rvpn more rxu-nsiw and gloss . A spef.-h ronh-st wa. ,.(,.,,,1,,^ (lf histl)ry wii | (,e of- George Kvanolf, 254 Lorena. tired at 1-iast St. Uiuis. Wood River. A romplctc listing of courses ----- m tho social studies, as well as M,' t -tiu C I' in business, education, line arif WOOD HIVKR The Alton- ancl humanities division may be Wood River Area Men's Feder- iibiaincd from the registrar's of ation of Brotherhoods and Bible yoar w,- hopo to nu,kr th,- selections." shf said. The majority of Ihr 104 si-Ice, lions I'ho.sfi) were siibniittcd hv approximately .">() students repre- I'hosen and there was special music by Mrs. Allie Baxter. Plans were made for a silver tea July \il from 2 to :i p.m. and will be announced. Mrs. George Herbert c.n bills currently before Con- conti'st was directly by Miss Frances Smith and Bill Brubaker. The title "Cut Glass" was originated to symboh/e the scintillating quality of contributions printed i jt . in the booklet, according to a for.-- l )ossll)1 > iuvar(l " nx( ' s "" ""' bl>sl Panned for the fall. word in the first pages. "Like cut glass, these pieces div play thc varying facets of the student writing program and exhibit a brilliance of expression, with bal ance by depth of thought, polished by thc abrasiveness of revision." MAKE IT A FAMILY NIGHT! NVoiiHMi's C.irclc lo M«'»M at South Koxana sent ing lour classes. to Meet Tbe it was said. WOOD R1VKR - Father's Da> will be observed at the S p.m. Mou- SOI 'Til ROXANA ele of the Women's Society Christian Service will meet at Kast SI rn Alton. Kdwarrtsville and Classes will meet at 8 p.m Registrations Monday al the Fosterburg Bap- 7:!«l p.m. Monday al the Smith will be June JO and classes begin list Church. j , , , ,. . . , nn n u i u Interspread throughout the edi- j day meeting of 1 hompson Rebekah . . rii t i i-viiT'ti ttn tion are excerpts fiom the pens of Lodge at the Odd bellows Hall. famous writers through history. < Mrs. Irvin Rau will he in charge The publication is slated to be-'of the program Mrs, .tune 21. SPECIAL! SPECIAL! Monday-Tuesday- Wednesday Only June 20, 21, 22 LADIES' LONG COATS 99c MEN'S TOPCOATS 99c ALTON ONE-HOUR Mirtiniiing Dry Cleaners Fire Auxiliaries to Meet at Meadowbrook MEAOOWBROOK — Members Roxana Methodist Church Ernest Smith is chairman. Methodist Men Moet SOUTH ROXANA The Methodist Men met at the Wanda Methodist Church Thursday eve- ! ning. A nominating committee was appointed and Louis Knip-'of the Volunteer Fire Depart- ping is acting treasurer. Albert ment Auxiliary will host the I'/zell of Alton was guest spt«ak- Madison County Sectional meet- er and members of the refresh- ing July 12 it was announced at ment committee were Clarence.a meeting of the Auxiliary Tues- Ash. Gene Knippmg and Mar- day night. ion Garrigus. Committees appointed for the Baptist Notes meeting were: kitchen. Mildred SOl'TH ROXANA The Rev. Weget Lena Miles. Ella Harvill R M. Mapes. pastor of the and Freda Wallace; decorating. First Southern Baptist Church. Bertha Simpson and Cleo Steeh- will use the theme "The Door to linger, soda. Varneli Oswalt and Heaven" at the 10:30 a.m. serv- (Mora Hopper; purchasing. Juanice and John Pruett will con- ita Simpson. Ruth Essary and dud the 7 .50 p.m. worship Va- Eiina Si-built 1 , games. Bertha i ation Bible .school had its dos- Simpson ami .leanneta Skelton ing program Wednesday eve- and special pri/es Elsie Knoi-he. Ruth Tannehill and Julia Will The Rev. Howard Taylor, pastor of thc Alton Calvary Baptist Church, will appear as principal speaker. Coy Treat, president has announced. BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTER WOOLENS A. & P. Food Stores 411 I'iasa Biederman Furniturt 202-304 Plat* Carson Jtwtlry sis W. 3rd Franklin Union Furniture SOO E. Broadway Garrttt Furniturt 16 W. Broadway FREE PARKING METERS Myers Bros. 3rd and Pi*u Paul's Fabrics 206 State St. Sehatfftr's 108 W. 3rd Sehiff Shot Store It8 Belle Gotoly'i 108 3rd Dial HO 5-8877 NOTHING TO PAY TILL FALL W. T. Grant Co. 80S W. 3rd *f k» Most i» Dry Cleaning" CLOSED!!! YES SUM!! CLOSE8 Uf THIHT! The Entire Stock of 'The H. K. Johnston Hardware" ha» been turned over to "The National Sales System" for Quick Liquidation — We are closed to allow ample time for the Liquid* ator to Rearrange Stock and Mark Prices "DOWN" for a Great "GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE" Starting Thursday (June 23) At 9 A.M. H. K. JOHNSTON HARDWARE Co. COB STATE o*d IBOAOWAY ALTON, ILL Scars Roebuck Co. 805-M Ptau Slock hirnltwo 308 W. In) Thrifty Drug S19 Belto Thrift Hordwor* •M Bell* OOLOEN SHOFfINO Vlck'i Shots 114 YOUM • 1M-1M W. Sf4 J. A R. Auto Storti 8ple«»l Gataloi Desk 400 Bell* L & L Furniturt 4th Mid Piatt 8t

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