Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 22, 1960 · Page 15
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June 22, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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Section 2 Pages 15-26 ALTON EVENING Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22,1960 Water Carnival To Be Sponsored By Hardin Post HARDIN — A water carnival presented by the Alton Ski Pale, and sponsored by Calhoun Post 636. American Legion, will be an event of Sunday, Aug. 21, in the Illinois River at Legion Park in Hardin. Plans fqf the event were made at a meeting of the Legion post Monday night, and it was decided that the skating rink at the park will bt open on that day. Announcement was made by Commander Kenneth Bailey that officers will be elected at the July meeting of the post. Howard Devine and Al Hillen were chosen delegates to the 20th district convention of the Legion in Grafton this weekend, and Don Eageny and William Hurley were named alternate delegates. Hardin Notes HARDIN — Mr. and Mrs. William Stone of Hardin were Father's Day guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hecht, in Granite City. Also present were the Stones' son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams of Lantana, Fla., who are vacationing in Dlinois. Dr. Henry Popielewski is expected to return to his office in Hardin the last of this week, after an absence of several days. Dr. Popielewski has been a surgical patient in St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton, and is recuperating satisfactorily. i i Legion Women Have j Outing at Grafton | GRAFTON — Fourteen members of the American Legion Auxiliary went on their annual outing Monday evening. The group enjoyed a dinner at Neve- land's Cafe in Nutwood, and attended a movie in Jerseyville. Attending were Mrs. G. W. Critchfield, Mrs. Margaret Burns, Mrs. W. Banfield, Mrs, Earl Pittemger, Mrs. Eva Auston, Mrs. E. Legate, Mrs. Jake Besaw, Mrs. W. Purdy, Mrs. C. DeSherlia. Mrs. M. Kellar, Mrs. J. DeSherlia. Mrs. Schrump, Mrs. W. Kelley and Mrs. D. Wallace. Grafton Notes GRAFTON — Mrs. Milton Sutton and children and Miss Edna Invin attended a birthday dinner Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Lock in Alton, honoring Dee Invin. Mr. and Mrs. Invin, of Ashburn, Mo., are guests at the Lock home. Mrs. Lavena Firestone of Dallas, Texas, was a guest of Mrs. Beatrice Patton Saturday. Mrs. Firestone's mother, Mrs. J. F. Pierce, died May 2 at Dallas. The Pierce family formerly resided in Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Chappee ol Alton visited with friends and relatives in Grafton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGowen and sons of Hardin were dinner guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Forbes. Mrs. Edith Nairn and daughters, Virginia, Doris, and Berned, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nairn and son went to West Alton Sunday where they attended a birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bradshaw, honoring Mrs. Herbert Elevens and Mrs. Morris Patton of Alton. , Mr. and Mrs. L. Coatney and daughters of Alton were guests over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Freiman. 5 Injured, 200 Flee In Chicago Explosion CHICAGO (AP)—Five women were burned and 200 other em- ployes forced to flee Tuesday when an explosion touched off a fire in a West Side sporting goods plant. . The blast happened at a division ol the Brunswick Co. A spokesman said the explosion apparently was caused by spontaneous combustion in kapok, a sub- htance used in life preservers. A company official estimated damage at 55,000 to $6,000, chiefly to material used in manufacturing. Bullnier New Monticello Director of Admissions Kenneth Bullmer. admissions counselor tor MacMurray Col- ilege of Jacksonville, has beenj named director of admissions for Monticello College, Dr. Duncan Wimpress, president of the women's college announced today. Bullmer, whose home is in St. Louis, will be responsible for the student selection program, interviewing student applicants, and directing general admissions procedure. A graduate of Washington University, St. Louis, where he earned his bachelor of science in business administration, Bullmer has received graduate credit for studies at the College Admissions Institute at DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind. Before joining the MacMurray admissions staff, Bullmer was district sales manager for the FR Corporation of New York City in a five state area near 1st. Louis. In 1955, he played a major role in the formation of Bullmer and Associates Insur- Miss Lucille Terry, clinical ance Sales. | instructor at Alton Memorial The new director of admissions! Hospital; Mrs. La Verne Miller, KENNETH BULLMER Attend Workshop For Nurses at SI I/ HOSPITAL BENEFITS FROM GOLF GAME Members of the Illinois Women's and his wife, the former Charlotte Harbor of St. Louis, will reside on the Monticello camp!us beginning in early July. Bull- >mer replaces Quentin J. Bogart who has accepted a position as instructor of practical nursing program, Alton Senior High School, and Miss Elise Kohlmann, director of school health program, Alton school district, are attending a summer work- Mrs. Albert Pike, founder of the victory jvet College, Olivet, tournament; Mrs. Theodore Meindel, director of development at Oli-j s h 0 p program on nurse-patient Mich. Golf Assn. presented an oxygen tent to St. Anthony's Hospital Tuesday, bought Wilmette, co-chairman; Mrs. Herb with proceeds from a recent golf tour- Wickenhatiser, local chairman of the nament. From left, Mrs. Ed Hadley, tournament; Sister Theotima, assist- Highland Park, president of the IWGA ant administrator.—Staff Photo. Promoted, Transferred By Insurance Church I flipptf» Film School Program Shows S{MrU MEDORA —The vacation Bible scliool program was given Sunday evening at the Baptist Church. Total enrollment of the school was 51. Offerings taken daily will go to foreign missions. A display of work \\as shown in the church basement after the program. Birthday Celebrations Car Racing Seldom does a film come with an expert accompanying it to explain or elucidate unclear points it fails to clear up. This situation oceun-ed at Alton Kiwanis Club meeting Tuesday night at Mineral Springs Hotel. The men were treated to a film ion sports car' racing, obtained ! ; Victor V. Kernich. for 12 years course lap record with his small j a resident of East Alton and car. attaining a speed of more' assistant district manager of |than 70 miles an hour on thejj£ ^"^^the twisting track. lBank building) has been prom ~ t . ; Next Tuesday is the day tor led to district manager for the the annual Kiwanis trek to Del Donico, cattle ranch of member Don Carter, in Warrenton, Mo. The men will spend an afternoon there with a chuck-wagon ride, fishing, riding and resting as features of the ranch. No meeting will be held at the hotel. MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. George \ by William Flippo, program Smith Jr.. entertained \\ith a pot-i chairman of the month, who luck birthday dinner Sunday for i raced in such an event last who was weekend. The picture story, their daughter, Janet, three years old. A birthday dinner was given Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strtink, honoring Strunk. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Franke of Edwardsville were here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Summers when their grandson, David Greenwood, celebrated his ninth birthdny. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanders entertained with a birthday and Father's Day dinner Sunday. The birthday observed was that of their granddaughter, Janice Jouett. The Pakistan government, under martial law, arrested the Pir Sahib of Zakonu Sharif, a religious leader, Karachi announced. He was Nashville, Tenn. area. Kernich during the last three years has been a resident of Mt. Olive, commuting to the Alton area. relationships this week at Car! bondaJe. The workshop opened Monday at Southern Illinois University and is for registered nurses and nursing supervisors of four states. The program is tailored For those with supervisory respotv sibiiities and those preparing for supervisory positions. Director of the workshop is Miss Catherine Norris, director of nursing at Illinois State Psychiatric Institute, Chicago. SIU faculty members are instructors. The Irish Red Cross was criticized for allegedly supplying six blankets to stay-in strikers who locked themselves overnight in the plant of the Dundalk (Eire) Engineering Works. Uses for aluminum have yet said to have criticized the present!to be popularized in Argentina, filmed from a racing car, regime, showed how drivers stake their ability, and their car's stability, for a prize which lacks monetary value. "The honor of winning and the j thrill of competing against oth-j er cars basically like their own, i but individually modified, is enough for the amateur," saidi Flippo. He started 32nd in thej field, and came up third at the end of the 60-mile course. The track, at a private grounds in Wisconsin, is fouri 'Buenos Aires reports. Another Bites The Dust LOCKPORT, N. Y. UP)— The last of the Mohicans—at least west of Syracuse, N. Y.—has disappeared. The last Mohican Market in western New York has been closed here after 30 years. 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