Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 20, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 20,19GO Safety Council at Martin Heads ian Guides Wood River WOOD RIVER — Prank Martin was «l«et*fl «Mft of the East Alton'Wood Rlvw LMghouse of "Y" Irtdten Guides during the weekend camp-out and pow wow at Canlp Piasa. H« will succeed OfttrtM Cafflp. John Hendrlokg was elected assistant chief; Tony Oalletta. tally keeper, and Jim Brenner, •BAIT Sft&fOrT *» A safety film will be shown as the pro-j gram feature at the 7:30 p.m. Tuesday meeting of the Citizens Traffic and Safety Council at the Community Recreation Center. Dane Hewitt, chairman, has announced a review of "the purpose of the organization" will be presented by the executive board and open discussion will be held on the various phases of safety work to be handled by the Council. Safety literature will be distributed. All residents of the community who are interested in safety are eligible to become members in the Council and are in. . vlted to attend the Tuesday wampum fcwrer. meeting. They were installed at thej Refreshments will be served, conclusion of the Saturday evening campftre ceremonial during which ft little braves and 25 big bntvet were inducted as members of the father and son Indian Guide program. The ceremonies were conducted by the Chickasaw Tribe, led by Roy Herzberg, chief; assisted by the Kickapdo Tribe, Marvin Tyree, chief. Tyree appeared as the witch doctor, lighting the bonfire by magic In the presence of the 100 campers, who represented the 12 tribes of the local longhouse. Games, swimming, nature study and hikes were the diversion of the outing. Martin announced the long- house meeting has been post- Wood River Polio Victim Gets Degree URBANA Thirteen wheel- poned one week to July 11. due to the July 4 holiday, and will be held at the East End Dad's Club Park. Named Father of the Year WOOD RIVER — William Farthing was selected "Father of the Year" for the third consecutive year by the young people of First Church of Christ, Christian, it was announced by the Rev. Don .Ray, youth minister. The election was held by secret ballot during the morning service and revealed during the demonstration program of the vacation Bible school Sunday evening. , Class to Meet WOOD RIVER — The Amo ma Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Moro home of Mrs. L. E. Sawyer, with Mrs. Gus Bangert and Mrs. William O'Dell assisting with arrangements. Mrs. William Hawkins will present the program and devotions will be led by Mrs. R. C. Smith. Open House Thursday At Roxana School ROXANA — The vacation Church School at First PresbV' terian Church will continue this the equipment, week and Mrs. Dale Johnson, j superintendent, announced there was an average attendance of 80 last week. Thursday from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. there will house for the parents and friends. Roxana Notes ROXANA - Miss Sally Albright of Kendall Hill left Sunday for Illinois State Normal University at Normal where she will attend summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schmittling left Friday for Baltimore, Md., where he will begin work with the health education and chair students were graduated from the University of Illinois Saturday. One received a doctor of philosophy degree, another a master of arts, and 11 bachelor's degrees in 10 fields from aeronautics to zoology. A Wood River polio victim was included in the 13. She is Miss Constance Eckman, 525 N. 5th St. She received her degree in home economics. They are June alumni of the U. of I. pioneering program glv- ng handicapped opportunity for college training and near-normal life. During the past year 111 wheelchair students were enrolled at Dlinois. One was co- salutatorian of February graduates. East Alton Church Women To Entertain Children —-—-—-----—--—-- - - I EAST ALTON - A July visit M * • if | 4%/» ! to East Alton by two underprtv Edwardsville I \***** cniidr « n win •* 8ponsor •JurraiuoTUAv * !e <j and financed by the Women's t* i Missionary Society of first Bap> LlStPfl tisl Church of East Alton. The uiaicu , project T h ei ety meetlng **&& nl * ht at the EDWARDSVH IE TO ATTEND TRAINING CLASS Mliw Jo Ann Yates, left, a member of the Junior Red Cross at Roxana High School, has left for Junior Red Cross Camp Fellowship, near Wichita, Kana. MM. Vaughn C. Black, right, chairman of the Junior Red Cross program In this area, Is to leave Sunday for an adult training conference at Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest, 111. JYMCA will j recreation during the regular hours this week, with the exception of Saturday afternoon from 1 to 2:30. The NAACP will hold Its regular meeting In the board room this evening. Senior YMCA boys team will play a scheduled game in. the city league program this evening. The recreational program for .home of the Rev, and MM fill.™..; Thomas McDcrmand, pastor. The children will stay at the home of Christian Service chairman, Mrs. Willie Holder, Monroe street. They will be under the supervision of Miss Esther Davis, Christian friendliness chairman of the American Baptist Convention and head of the Chicago Christian Center. It was voted to contribute girls in the upper elementary grades will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday. A board of directors meeting is scheduled for Tuesday evening. Tuesday is al money to the Mothers Home at Vlrden, 111., and to collect five summer suits for lay ministers in Haiti. ' Mrs. Holder Is collecting so the deadline for those wishing ! FathersHonored Hartfordfiirl By Wood River Caspar Shrine WOOD RIVER — A program marking Father's Day was the highlight of the Saturday meeting of (Jaspar Shrine of White Shrine of Jerusalem at the Masonic Temple. Moody Jenkins received special recognition as the oldest father in attenjlunce and Ha! Barnett as thp ^youngest father. Gifts were presented to the hon- orecs by Mrs. Herbert Jackson, worthy high priestess, and Clarence Jackson, watchman of shep- rierds. Ceremonials were held for the Initiation of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Barnhart and Mrs. Vera Can non. 2,800 Swim at Wood River Pool During Weekend WOOD RIVER -Howard Getting, manager of the Wood River swimming pool, reported today that a total of 2,800 persons visited the pool over the weekend. Saturday the attendance was 1,000 and Sunday 1,800. Getting also reported the pool has sold 1,050 season tickets. Equipment Damaged WOOD RIVER — Acting City manager Fred Penning reported to police at 9:30 a.m. Saturday that new equipment of the Optimist Club in the West End Playground was being defaced by someone carving initials on St. Ann's Altar , u H n c!othin «- canceled s tamps and eye glasses for World Service Relief. Good used clothing and to sign up for the "eoftball for fU The P YMcTwiIl be closed fo r i househo)d equipment is being The YMCA will be closed ror co , |ected for the Mathers School ROXANA SPORTS JAMBOREE Gael King, second from left, won the contestants were: Tom Smith at left 50-meter free style event in the junior and Dale Blvins at right. The swimming division at the Roxana pool Saturday, meet was sponsored by the Wood River Bruce Hastings finished second. Other Jaycees.- Staff Photo. general recreation Wednesday. Children enrolled in the swimming program will meet at 12:30 p.m. The Junior high boys team will play in the city chiffch* league softball program at Voge, diamond at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The YMCA girls team will 5 9 Injures Head in Crush EAST ALTON — Barbara Janet Groves, 5, foster daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Elliott, 123 E. 3rd St., Hartford, received a laceration to her forehead in a two-way collision Saturday at 3:30 p.m. on Wood River avenue. The girl was treated and released from St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. Police said James W. Wedderburn, 135 N. Wood River Ave., East Alton, who was af-i Born to Mr. and Mrs. William ; \yjmberly. in South Carolina by Mrs. Earl Jones, White Cross chairman. Mrs. Sam Roberts, literature chairman, is accepting Christmas cards for use by overseas missionaries. Soap and cereal coupons are being taken by play Friday evening in the city i Mrs. Orvil Oglesby for the Hud- v jdleson Children's Home at Cen- itralia, 111. The evening's program stress- girls league. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — Two areaj ed " the secon d year "of the Bap- residents were admitted to St.| tist j u bilee Advance Commis- Joseph's Hospital. Highland, dur-: gjon to tne j oca i church. The ing the past weekend, six pa-; program was led by Mrs. Amy tients were discharged and threei Bourlant j assisted by Mrs. J. C. Barnett and Mrs. Francis births were recorded. rested for careless driving, hacked out of his driveway into Riley, 1026 Schwarz Rd.. aj Mrs Sam Roberts gave the' son, at 6:40 p.m. Sunday, weight 'devotions which interpreted the the path of an automobile driv-J6 pound 12 ounces. The motherj year - s theme, "That Ye May en by Elbert Elliott. Shirleyiis the former Dorothy 0'Con-j Know » Struif Receives Degree in Law L. James Struif of Alton received his bachelor of laws de-lher. gree, Saturday, at commence-! ment exercises of University of Illinois at Urbana. He is a son of former Mayor Leo J. Struif, and resides at 619 E. 16th St. The young man was graduated from Alton High School, and gained his bachelor's degree at Northwestern Univei«ity. H e then served 3!i years in the Navy, and gained the rank of lieutenant junior grade. Most of jhis time was spent in the submarine service. port, the ^rush between the two) Year-Old-Girl i vehicles occurred after Miss| _ , , . —, • Carr was forced to swerve by Brushed by Truck unexpected movement of a car Sandra, the year-old daughter in the parking lane Just ahead ofiof Mr. and Mrs. Alva L. Herrin Kay Groves, 4, Elliott's other foster daughter, was a passenger in his car but escaped injury. The right rear side of Elliott's car svas damaged. Wedderburn paid $15 and costs before John Hanks, East Alton justice of the peace. Meeting of Model Airplane Club Set WOOD RIVER — The Model Airplane Club of the East End Dad's Club will hold a "flying" meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Fourteenth Street playgrounds, it was announced today by Tony Galletta, president. Persons of all ages, who are interested in model planes, are invited. "If you have never flown a miniature plane, some one will teach you, Galletta said. Richard Brobst and his son \ The club is open to all ages Escorted and introduced were: two supreme appointments, four supreme honorary officers, a district deputy, a district deputy watchman of shepherds and 20 past officers. Mrs. Jackson announced a public smorgasbord is being planned for July 16 at the temple. The formal meeting was preceded with a potluck supper attended by 75 persons. The regular business meeting was held during the afternoon. j Fire Damages Each Seat Of Automobile for membership. Experienced nell. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sauerwein, 600 North Main, a son, at 5:50 a.m. Sunday, weight 5 pounds. Mrs. Sauerwein is the former Charlene Bauer. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Evans, 236 Lincoln, a daughter South Roxana Troop At Boy Scout Camp SOUTH ROXANA — Twenty- four Boy Scouts of Troop 24 left wTghtl Sunday to spend a week at Camp ounds 7 ounces; mother is Warren Levis. They were accom, panied by E. Perez, scoutmaster, who will spend the week with the boys and other fathers will the former Betty Landa. Admitted were: Mrs. Henrietta Nekola, Rt. 4, Mrs. Mildred Strasen, 832 Klein. Discharged were Mrs. James attend on other days. South Roxana Notes Eberhart and daughter, 228 SOUTH ROXANA Terry South Main; George Glaeser, j Lawrence, who is stationed in 435 Schwarz; Miss Martha and j Rhode Island with the Navy, is Miss Barbara Bush, Rt. 1: i spending a 15-day leave with Mrs. Richard Hartnagel and son, 1501 North Main; Mrs. Delmar Kircher and daughter, Rt. 4. Hentz Heads Fourth Degree at Edwardsville his mother, Mrs. Mary Law. rence, and his brother, Clark, of Missouri avenue. Miss Janice Storey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Storey of Benton, is spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Caroll McDonough of" Southard avenue. EDWARDSVILLE _ Joseph!She is a June high school grad- Hentz was named to a second I uate and I s employed by the Illi- were returning nome rrom lor memoersmp. experienced " en « was namea 10 a s,etona FnrnMP p Co in East Alton church Saturday at 7:30 p.m. fliers, amateurs and beginners term as faithful navigator ati"°» Furndce Co " m East Alton - Stricken on City Parking Lot He will go this week to Great. Lakes Naval Training Station for 30 days' service as a Naval Reserve Officer. The graduate will take the Illinois bar examination in Sep-j tember. I Collision Damages Two Vehicles | Damage to two vehicles was listed by police early Sunday evening after a minor collision in the 1400-block of E. Broadway. The vehicles were a sedan driven by Shirley A. Carr. 1407 Rodgers Ave., a student, and a Jacksonville Line bus operated by Pasquale Scialla of Jacksonville. According to the police re.- of 2306 Sunset Ave., remained a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital today for a further X-ray checkup as to possible injury incurred Saturday afternoon when she was brushed down by the bump- Police were called on for as- er or fender of a backing deliv- sistance at 10:30 p.m. Saturday ery truck near her home, after a man had been taken ill, Mrs. Herrin said today that apparently with a heart attack, the baby's injury was believed in the City Hall parking lot. A. no more than bruises and con- policeman called by a motorist fusions, and that the X-ray ex- found the man stricken to be El- animation had been recom- don T. Evans, 43. of 512 Shell- mended as a further precaution view Dr., Bethalto. With him at before she was released from their car was his wife. Police the hospital. Police listed the drove both to Alton Memorial i driver of the truck, a grocery Hospital, where Evans was ad- delivery vehicle, as Orville mirted for treatment. 'Stize of 2610 Sidney St. WOOD RIVER EXTERMINATING CO. • We now have a complete Pest Control Program for roaches, water bugs, silverfish, and other household Insects. • Let us rid your lawn of dandelions, weeds, etc. • We spray trees and shrubbery. if Fret Estimates * All Work Guaranteed Phone Clinton 4-1351 for further information. Leto Metz — Carl Foster Cindy Knipping, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knipping of Oak Ridge, Tenn., is spending several weeks visiting her paternal grandparents, Mr. andj Mrs. Louis Knipping of Ohio' avenue and her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Bernice Tappy of Wood River. be open Society to Have its and! J Politick Dinner \vhenBrobstsawafireinanau-jare all eligible to enroll, tomoblle parked on East 4th | street, about a half block up! from Alby street. Brobst stopped his car and ob-! rp <. retained from nearby a bucket ofj Jo Sponsor I 1C11IC water. After quenching the blaze Brobst reported the incident to' Alton police. j Alton police checked the rcg- ipita , Aux jij arv a , 6 p.m. lislration of the car and found it> day at Kendall Hill Park. Hospital Auxiliary WOOD RIVER _ vvuuu KIVL - K the annual election of officers of EdwardsvilJe Fourth Degree Assembly, Knights of Columbus, at K.C, home Thursday evening. Also elected were Robert Holder, captain: William J. Dickman, admiral; Harold Sannes. ' ami ' y i comptroller; Melvin Hilrienstein. ; night picnic and outing is being; pjlot; Alfred Matevkc outei . .sponsored by the Township Hos-. 8ent|nel; John Curtnei , ' sentinel, and Charles I»n bert Durbin and Chester Michel. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain inner WOOD RIVER — St. Ann'sli-;. 4th st. Altar Society of St. Bernard's | M,. S . Vandiver said her hus- belongs to C. A. Vandiver, 907 Members are asked to bring Catholic Church will meet for a 6 p.m. potluck dinner Tuesday at the school hall as the final meeting before summer recess. • Mrs. Lee Gray, president, has announced society members band had driven his car to work j service. fried chicken for their own family, a covered dish and table and while on the way he was smoking a cigarette, which he threw out the window. Vandiver was unaware that the cigarette had blown in the back window and on a raincoat. A "crazy hat" auction will be trustees. a highlight of the evening, Mrs. Fred Westerholt, president, has announced. FUw T*rk, N. T. (Simfal) — For first time science has fonnd • new .. healing substance with the aston- " EM '~ ishmg ability to shrink hemor- '--' rhoids, itop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In cate after CMC, while gently relieving palm,actual reduction (•hrinkage) took place. Moit amannr of all-rwnlU were ee thorough that sufferer* made •atoniihing itatementa like "PiU oaTt ceased to be a problem! " The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery at a world-famous research institute. This substance ia now available in ruppoiitory or emtwant farm nnder the name Preparation //.• At your draggHt. Money baek guarantee. •He*. D. •. Pat. <M welfare department of the U.S. will receive communion in a _ government. His job will be in!body at the 8:3 ° a ' m ' Mass l Mrs. Vandiver said the entire the Social Security Division withj June 26 at St. Bernard's Church jback seut was damaged by fire offices in Baltimore. Schmittling, ] TireiTstoien i Hll(1 tlle ''"'"coat was destroyed. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank! Ado | pn O tto of 810 Hawley Vandiver works for the Post AVP. listed with police Saturday Of' 1 ' 0 ' ("veiling a description of two mr f i * , tires which had been stolen /\fl('S Ol /ll'Pd The Young Adult class of the ;from thc . a a( hJR home First Baptist Church had a pot ! »• | ||-' luck outing Saturday at Rock! A Sowt pilot claimed a new IvlGII (UK! fT iHtlPIl Spring Park in Alton Hosts world altitude record for helicop- were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ma-,ters in Moscow — 24,840 feet or J|| /j/*/f|P(7 Poi'CfS lone. i nearly 4 3 4 miles. : son Schmittling of Elm St. gradual- ed June 14 from Sib as valedic- ! torian of his class. AWAY Go Corns! Zino-pacls Spwdily Provent, Rtlltvo, Remove Corns ln»tw»t-acting Dr. Bcholl'i Zino-pada do everything for you. Stop corn* **• fore they can develop when used at first •fen of lore toes ... Stop pain in • J iff V .,. Remove corn* one of the quickest way* known to medical science. Water- repellent—do not come off in bath. 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