Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 21, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 21, 1960
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ALTON TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JUNE 21,1000 Arch fetiiftm" Beld *« the gift « flu to the JWftl Whooh fit " jajHfl* fiett he* _ to an itegMnat fbnt WN dtr fro wttw nettle whHu MB IMR efflcle% iAfrfc* by the • of L Into Meet Here Tuesday Eve Two University of Illinois stu dentt from Alton, Kenneth Schoeck, MM of ettacatton. Donation left at fte Burroughs tn» Agency or Meng and Dry Goods Co. GneniteM Notes GREENFIELD - Mrs. Loret- ttf Doyel has accompanied her daughter, Mrs. D. P. Hamilton, to her home in Chattanooga, Item., where she will remain lor an indefinite visit with her daughter. Mrs. Eleanors Mitchell spent Sunday and Monday with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sousley, in Webster Groves, Mo. Miss Ann Bauer of Highland arrived Friday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grov er L. Bauer, following the close of school. Miss Bauer has been an instructor on the physical education staff of the Wilmette school system. LeRoy Frazier has completed his second year at Southern 111! nols University and is spending several days with hid parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Frazier, before returning to Carbondale where he will be employed this summer. WW Jertey St., and Barbara Fteree, 3818 Gary Ave., win come tton the campus to attend a meeting next Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.; in Hotel Stratford for high school students interested In the University of Illinois, and for their parents. K. Schoecke The meeting to inform students and parents and answer their questions is being sponsored by the U. of I. Dads Association with cooperation of the Mothers Association. Everyone in Madison and surrounding counties who is interested is invited to attend. Henry Derevelis Jr., 14 Briarwood St., Collinsville, Madison County chairman for «' the Dads As- Pierce sociation, is in charge. Also coming from the A 1MB* MA. »<•. rjklHc.BAW.lll Ronald Scanlon, who is sponsored by the American Legion, is attending Boys State in Spring' field.which opened Sunday. Bob Langley has completed his junior year at Bradley University and has returned home. Mrs. Ruby Harrington entertained a group of friends at a bridge party Saturday nightt Out of town guests were Mrs. C. O. Fesler of Harvey and Miss Ann Bauer of Highland Park. Mrs. George T. Parks and Mrs. Fesler received prizes. Mrs. Ray Stout has returned home after a visit with her father, Roy Homes, in Lebanon, Mo. Moro Bible School to End Friday MORO — The vacation church school held at the Presbyterian Church for the past two weeks, will close Friday. Mothers are invited to attend classes that day. Following the closing worship service, the group will enjoy a sack lunch. Holy Communion will be observed during the Sunday mom- ing worship service at the Pres campus for the meeting are Gerald W. Peck, coordinating placement officer in the Dean of Students Office; Mrs. Clara D. Fay, housing coordinator in the Housing Division; and Miss Joan Cochran, assistant dean of women. Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD — Mrs. Leta Meyers wili be hostess to members of the Dorcas Society Thursday evening at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lyle and son, Gregg, of Macon, Ga., were byterian Church. The Ladies Aid Miss Joy Beardshaw, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Beardshaw, a former pastor of the United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garner of O'Fallon; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kline and family of Old Monroe, Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. Owen and family, Carlinville; Mr. and Mrs, Ansel Dowland and family, Medora, and Charles Atkins of Carlinville were Saturday evening supper guests of Mrs. Leta Meyers. Sunday they all attended the Fenton reunion, at Beaver Dam Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bowers and family of Arizona are guests of relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rosentreter and Mr. and Mrs. Robert "We lost the game, Mom, but we won all the arguments!" Howital Notes ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Doris Marks. Godfrey. River Ave., Wood River. Rebecca Byrley, Wood River. Mrs. Deloris Goloh, Godfrey. Donald Schelm, 3867 Western. , „ „ ?2J rt vfr ,, Robert Miller, Grafton. Vincent J. Tardlno, 427 Wood| Mlgs ^ Weber 717 Linden . DISMISSALS Robert Stockton, Rt. 2, Godfrey. Mrs. Leona Meyer, 111 E. Mt»in, East Alton. Mrs. Lola Ann Nave, Brighton. Mrs. Iva Wilton, 934 McPhcrsnn. DISMISSALS Mrs. Margaret McCorrnack, 2019 Chapln. ST. JOSEPH'S MEDICAL Miss Ruth Alben, 201 Ladd. Mrs. Willie M. Chancellor, 1524 Market. Ezell Cole, 2511 Clawson. James French, Jerseyville. Miss Rose Huff, 207 Marshall. Albert Keehner, Rt. 3, Godfrey. Michael Moylan, 301 Dooley. Mrs. Ruth Ohm, Edwardsville. Mrs. Dorothy Rigney, 105 Char- Otto Freund, Brussels. Brent Eden, Dorsey, Mrs. Luevenue DeSherlia, White Hall. George Graham, Cottage Hills. Michael Drake, 5 Holly Hill. W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Charles LaSater, 278 S. 13th. Mrs. Irene Rlggs, 422 Whitelaw. Deborah Shelton. Rt. 1, Bethalto SURGICAL Clyde Donham, Roxana. James Goss, 505 Nevada, East Alton. Mrs. Eva Mills, Edwardsville. Mrs. Vivian E. Brandt, Alton. Mueller, 2325 Mrs. Sylvia Meredith. Hartford lene, East Alton. DISMISSALS ._ James Allsman, 512 Williams, Mrs. Laura Taylor, Rt. 1, Be-1 Alton. thalto. j Harold Apple, Kampsville. Carolyn Walker. 1042 Tremont. Mrs. Delores Bush, 311 Central. Christopher Witt, 738 Rice, | Bobby Holder, 257 May wood, Wood River. ' East Alton. Teri Bierbaum, Edwardsville. Victor Unterbrink, Rl. 1, Moro. SURGICAL | Mrs. Sally Perry, Rt. 1, Bethalto Alumni of Carrollton Hiffh Have Banquet, Dance CARROLLTON -Membera of the olasftes of 1WO. 1160, 1935 and 1010, were special guests of honor at the annual alumni ban- Wlldhagen of Carrollton. Admitted to the hospital Saturday were Russell Dawdy and Mrs. Patoy Brannan of Carroll- quet of Carrollton Community!ton. Admitted Sunday were Mrs. Unit High School Saturday evr-llxjuiw Tolbert of Carroilton for nlng In the school cafeteria. The j surgery and John Timpe of Al- banquet was followed by ajton and Mrs. kade Bland of dance hi the school gymnasium. | Kampsville as medical patients. Admitted Monday was Leslie Carter and James A. Taylor, Larry Shelton was soloist on the program, with Miss Diane Journey as hto accompanist. The class of M60 was presented by L. C. Schrelter, the supsr- Intendent of the school unit and the response from the class was given by Steve Martin, class president. The responses from the other classes honored were given by Norbert Hutchens of Winchester for the class of 1910; Mrs. Ivan Beebe, Carrollton, for the class of 1935; and Robert Hamel, Car- rolJton, for the class of 1950. Lynn P. Simpson was the oldest graduate present and thej Simpson family was also represented by three generations of local high school graduates, namely, Lynn P. Simpson, his daughter, Mrs. F. L. Imus of this city, and her sons, Richard Boe of Rolia, Mo., and William Boe of Godfrey. Only three members of the class of 1910 were present in addition to Norbert Hutchens, and they were Miss Marie Han- Ion and Ray Varble, both of Carrollton, and Dr. Claude Postlewaite of Decatur. During a business meeting, Dr. R. D. Clough of Carrollton was named president; Mrs. Everett Mehl, Carrollton, vice president; Robert Butler, Carrollton, treasurer; Mrs. Joe Powell of Greenfield, secretary. John Boirun of Carrollton is the retiring president. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON - Two babies were born over the weekend in Boyd Memorial Hospital.. A son was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rapien of Jerseyville, and a daughter was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce both of CarrolJton. Dismissed from the hospital Sunday were Howard Mitchell of Greenfield. Mren. Catherine Young and son of White Hall and Mrs. Phyllis Vice and daughter of Carroliton. tt the Arley short home. Alton to on vte* fwih hit worti Hi fttfg, tton thte tilt ffftrts Jewelers stow. Mrv, Eugene Brown and MM of fiffinghatn wtt* wittefid guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Mattis and attended the aftmiBi banquet Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Nea- viile spent the weekend at Mt. Vemon with their parents, Mrs. George Neaville. and Mr. and Mrs. A, R. Caldwefl. Dick Meldrum of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meldrum of White Hall and. Mrs. Oren Slebermann went to Clifton Terrace Sunday where they attended a birthday dinner at the Harshberger cabin there, honor- Ing Mra. Herbert Harshberger of Wood River. Entertained ut Supper CARROLLTON — Shirley Ann! McGee was granted a divorce j from Billy Gene McGee Friday in Circuit Court by Judge Clem Smith when the defendant was found guilty of desertion. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Miss Connie Gourley of this city left Saturday with the family of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Roth of Jerseyville on a trip to Los Angeles, Calif., for several days. Mr. and Mrs. John Gullett and daughter of East Mollne returned to their home Sunday, having been guests since Friday of Mrs. Fred Ashlock. Mrs. Fred Lofton and Mrs. Roy Spiker returned home Sunday from Peoria where they had been visiting relatives since Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Dawdy and daughter spent Sunday inj Winchester with Dawdy's mother, Mrs. Dola Dawdy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stuckert. I Mrs. Dorothy Stuckert and Vernon Duncan of Greenfield and Mrs. Roland Willis and daughter of this city were guests Sun- CARROLLTON Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mehl entertained members of the Mehl Bowling team and their guests at a carry-in supper Monday evening at the Mehl cabin near Kampsville. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Graves. Mrs. Robert Logan, Mrs. Mabel Ridings, Robert Mehrhoff, George Me- Dortough, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alfeld and Mr. and Mrs. Froman Holtsvvarth. Cirrotltoti Man, 75, Honored at Dinner CARROLLTON — John Roth, who «Ul be 73 years old Sunday, «w« honored at a family birthday dinner given Sunday at his home by his daughter, Mhw Loretta Roth. Guests www Mr. and Mrs. Bud Roth and family, Mr. and Mrs, Francto Roth and fatntiy, Mr. and Mm. Florian Naber and children of Cartollton; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roth and family Brighton; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Roth and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Roth and children, Granite City; Sister Delores of Mt. St. Rose Hospital in St. Louis: Mrs. Anna Naber and Mrs. Gus Rawe and two children of Jerseyville; Henry Roth and Mr. and Mrs. George Smith of Hardin, and Mr. and Mrs. John Baumantt of Michael. Snrprtee Party *"* , CARROLLTON — Mrs. Doug' lass Heimer entertained at a surprise birthday party for her husband Sunday evening at the Heimer home. Telegraph Want Ada "CLICK" Fldritty FIDELITY - Mr, tat Mn. 0. M. Lewis and fafflfejmfl nephew, John, of fftiiuB^ v*i., ate vtatting ner ^*]**» *?• ^ Mrs, Charles SwfflffleT. Mt. and Mrs. John RtiebHBf, *h§ Iwrve been residing in flpringfJiM, are now living with her paean, Mr. and Mrs. Swawwr. Mr. EulQ and Mrs. Stewart Moore son, Steven, and datflflrter, In «.—.-, ---- - - . ^ — a ^ Sharon, arrived SatBWty nom Alamagordo, N. M., to Vtdt his parents, Mr. and Moore, and otter fltb vicinity. Mrs. Vemon Maste and Mrs. Lacy Rittihey vWted tot week with Mn. Arnold D*M Who Is a surgical pattettt tt Hi Cartln- ville Area Hoipital. Ml*. W. D. Mffltt, Mm, ftace Doles and Mils Mflftvd Rodell of Alton were Sunday toner guests of Mtes Margaret Rodell. Mrs. Paul Simmons and daughter, Donna, Mb., are visiting Mrs. Ethel White. of Boonvillc, hat mother, Iraqi State Railways wlM modernize the Baghdad-Basra line at cost of $70 mfllton. LET US LIGHTEN YOUR LOAD SEND US YOUR DRAPES and SLIPCOVERS FOR SANITONE DRY CLEANING Milton Cleaners 1128 Milton Rd. Phone HO 2 BOATS • MOTORS FINANCED Sm er Cdl KINNY KLOOS MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. 311 RIDGE Near Broadway PHONE HO 2-9214 SALESMAN-MANAGER We Offer: Affiliation with leading Music Company In the St. Louis area. Membership In Company sponsored Insurance, health and retirement plans. Payment on salary-commission basis. A vehicle for transportation and as • selllnf aid. Training: program and the best selling aids In «*» music industry. An opportunity to step Into an establlMeH organization to sell one of the country's best products to the country's nicest people. We Want: A mun with a proven sales background, capable «f management and of working compatibly with othefr personnel. A man who Is physically fit between ages of 2B 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 (lie industry play no musical instrument. HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS of ALTON Call HOuurd 2-8U12 between 13 noon and 9 P.M. for appointment. Mrs. Pauline Complon, 28U8] Residence. ' Robert Ericson, 707 Ferguson,' Nowlin, 3208 Wood River. Miss Marilyn K. Myrtle. Miss Lisa Papes, 1116 Quincy. William Peterle, 1806 Sycamore Pearley Poindexter, 1723 Maupin Mrs. "Dorothy Schleeper, 233 Albert. Alvin Sims, 1713 Piasa. Harold Williams, 907 Madison, Wood River. Anthony Dorsey, 23 Sullivan. DISMISSALS Mrs. Peggy Carter, 1232 Seventh Charles Lawler, Jevseyville. JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Henry Fiedler, Hardin. Mrs. Delton Morris, Grafton. Rose Blasa, Fieldon. Donna Kane, Fidelity. Mrs. Leslie Davenport, Jerseyville. Ray Shortal, Jerseyville. Earl Miller. Jerseyville. SURGICAL Charles Conrad, Jerseyville. Glenda Conrad, Jerseyville. Stoney Sizemore, Brighton. DISMISSALS Allen Barnerd, Godfrey. Mrs. Sally Andrus, 1718 Bozza. Charles Cox, Dow. William Cresuick. 4036 Alby. Alan Funk, Cottage Hills. Joseph Gill, Roxana. Mrs. JoAnn Green, Bethallo. Johnson, Rt. 1. Alton. Mrs. Ralph Wieneke. Hardin. Mrs. Jerry Meeks, Jerseyville. Thomas Atkins, Florissant, Mo. Powerful Tornado I ROGERS. Ark. &— A tornado which struck Wilburton. Society will can attended the wedding of Missl Ml ' s • Mable %*&£: V^MenP^-^W™* its force fol> some T n Un 4 17*1 !,m_ U —*l. !"*„__ ..^.^. _ * I Y •* i •»* i > ••*» __1 T^!_._._ 1 fill 1Y11 If***. meet to quilt Thursday following the vacation church school session. James Stepson and David Lambert are attending the Presbyterian Senior Conference at Blackburn College, Carlinville, this week. Attend Graduation MORO — Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ayres and son, Richard, attended graduation exercises at t h e Cham- Janet Elizabeth Damron of Hamilton, 111., and Udell Meyers of Ship'man, Sunday at the Christian Church in Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Myron EJdred attended a picnic at Quincy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barr and | family were Sunday guests the home of Mr. and Mrs. man Killiam, Carlinville. Mrs. Day of Jerseyville has been a guest the past week of John Napoli, Wood River. Mrs. Eleanor M. Netzhammer, 1238A Brown. Alfred Pieranoni, Wllsonville. Mrs. Shirley Seymour, 3871 Western. Mrs. Pauline Terrell, 310 E. 14th Mrs. Joyce Thomas. Roxana. Mrs. Caroline Wetstein, 2507 Davis. cSdfrey ALTON MEMORIAL •MEDICAL 160 miles. School bus driver Lester Brown found receipts from a twister- clamuged Wilburton doctor's of fice hanging in a tree near here, some 160 miles from the Oklahoma town. University of Illinois, paign, Saturday. jginson and family. Maxine, daughter of the Ay res | was among the graduates, receiving a bachelor of science de-| gree. She majored in education for mentally handicapped children. She plans to leave this week for Son Francisco to live. her daughter, Mrs. John Sar-|i\ Eunice Weese, 410 Cham! berlain. 'Bernard Miller, Godfrey. More than 1?,^00 African Feder- Butorcl Tunguy. Cottage Hills, al Government employees lMrs. Verna Johndvuw, 330 12th. ' mien! employees In'M' 1 *- Vcrna J»nndrow. J-JU , t- , iMrs Klouise Gruv. \\ood r Bol a tue per cent MorrJs File , - MW College. se. their second raise Garo i Brokaw. L'330 Fairvi Moro Notes MORO — Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dorsey and daughter returned to their home in Tulsa, Okla., Sunday after spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dorsey. Mrs. Leah Hutchinson of St. Louis was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettger. Joe O'Dell and Michael Brazier were at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Saturday sod Sunday where they attended rush week activities. O'Dell plans to enter school there this tall. Mr. and Mrs. James Westfall and family and Mrs. Mary Hahnenkamp of Crossville spent the weekend with relatives and friends in this vicinity. They attended the Reed-Jansen wedding in Alton Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stutfin and three daughters of Nashville, Tenn.. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Step- eon and family. The "Merry Maids" 4-H Clubj jpay increase in two months. iJoniba reports. will meet Friday evening at the Curln Hans home. Mrs. Ruth Nolte and sons, Paul and Kenneth, have returned to their home in Phoenix, Ariz., after visiting at the Holte homes here and with other rela- Fairview. Clinton Chnmplin. Alton. Delbert Stoddurd, Bethalto. Raymond Goocli, Bethalto. David Lull in, 3603 Frnnor. SURGICAL Miss Earline Weaver. 2024 Glenwood. Ronald Wenzel. Wood River. Mrs. Betty Schott, Cottage Hills. Miss Janet Howard, Bunker Hill. tives at Brighton and Hillsboro. Diane Trebing, Edwardsville. You will eventually buy a HOOVER Why Not Now? luy from o dealer with 17 yoart experience, Hie only In Hill art*. 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