Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 26
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June 23, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

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FAQS TWENTY»gD( „____ New Rotary Officers Installed at Bethalto ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, vJUNE 23, I960 BETHALTO — Calvin K«K naber was installed president of the Btthalto Rotary Club Wt* nestfty night at Gordon's Cafe and Lounge in Lltchfield. Other officers installed were: Ken Sheas-y, vice president; Ous Cycholl, secretary; Willfl Cooper, treasurer, and Bill Cain, ser* gearrt-at-arms. New board members are: Ernest Opp and Bill Stephenson. Installing officer was Les Prehn, who introduced the new officers for the 1960-61 year. Prehn commended the club for their selection of n«w officers and challenged them to carry on "the fine tradition of Rotary." Guest speaker at the installa> tton was Bruce Wheeler of Springfield, who spoke informally about the life of Abraham Lincoln. Wheeler is a supervisor in charge of improving accounting in the school systems of the State of Illinois. The speaker told the Rotarians and guests that Lincon's humor was an outgrowth of hi* experience with persons he met In everyday life. "Lincoln's wit originated out of his dealings with people he met nearly everywhere he traveled," said Wheeler. Wheeler maintains a collection of nearly 6,000 Lincoln items. He has also published numerous articles on the life of Lincoln. In his talk to the Rotarians Wheeler also emphasized the importance that Lincoln's wife, MaryTodd, played in the President's social and political life. Guests at the installation meeting included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nevlln, Mr. and Mrs. Darren Smith. Mrs. Nina Htnk- haus and Mr, Wesley Laird. Outgoing president is Lynn Clausscn. Make tny favors BETHALTO - Members of American Legion Auxiliary assembled at the home of Mrs. Loif Hagen Tuesday to make tray favors for Veteran patients at the Alton State Hospital. Sev eral projects are conducted each year by the Auxiliary for pa tients at tHe hospital. Refreshments were served following the meeting. Rotary Anns Elect BETHALTO - Mrs. Louella Neuhaus was elected new president of the Rotary Anns at a meeting held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Alberta Aghetta Other new officers Include Mrs. Louise Sheary. vice president; Mrs. Oma Octken, secretary and Mrs. Dorothy Cain, treas- StouisMark Anniversary AtCarrollton CAftROLLTON - Mr. and Mrt. Orvllle Stout quietly observed their 28th wedding anniversary Thursday. They were married in Bowling Green. Mo.. 28 years ago at the Baptist Board rtf Supervisors, is A tnem-i Church. l»r of the Greene County Board Stout Is the son of Hurst Stout of Review, a member of the of Carrolltot. and the late Mrs. | Greene County Welfare Services Stout. His wife Is the former committee; vice president of the Mary Martin, daughter of S. L. Martin of Carrollton and the late Mrs. Martin. Since their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Stout have lived on a farm near Car- Greene County Tuberculosis Association and one of the director! of the Greene County Health Improvement Association. They «n» the parents of one urtr. During the business session the nrwip voted to contribute $200 to the proposed Bethalto swimming pool project, Mrs. Eva Prehn, Mrs. Alberta Aghetta and Mrs. Mildred Plegge reported on the International Rotary Convention held recently Ir Miami, tla. Co-hostess for the meeting was Mrs. Maxine Higglns. Admitted to Hospital BETHALTO — Four-year-old Patty Jo Malson of 122 Virginia St., was admitted to the Children's Hospital in St. Louis for observation, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvert Mnlson, reported Wednesday. The girl will remain In the hospital for 12 days, her mother said. rollton and both have been active in Ml. Giiead Bapttstjson. Robert, of Quinry. Church. Both are members of Bake flair the Carrollton Community Chor-! CARROLLTON — Members i us and Mrs. Stout is a former I of Greene County Historical So-' pianist In the church. Stout Is a former member and former chairman of the Greene County ooocf fresh, fresh. if It's stronger if It wraps bitter if R's moisture resist!* if It's odor resistant 'CUZ IT'S THE EXTRA HEAVY WAXED PAPER ir ITs lifM resistant ir It protects toods better if It keeps foods vitamin trill 'CUZ IT'S THE ONLY SNOW-WHITE WAXED PAPER yetir eitra plus vith FRi$Hrap.. excellent lor freezer vrspeltf safety euttlm edge cai'l Mrt legers It's tie Mique bread wrapflff type wuod paper. Neil tine you shop fit flESMrap Waiod Paper... H yev (averitj feed stprt. clety will sponsor a bake sale Saturday In the historical rooms on the west side of the square. Proceeds will be used to defray expenses of the society. HospttaJ Hotel CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tucker of Carrollton are the parents of a ton born Wednesday at Boyd Memorial Hospital. Dismissed from the hospital Wednesday were Jetty Jo Chrisman of Carrollton and Mrs. Vivian Raplen and son of Jerseyville. Carrollton Nnten CARUOLLTON - A marriage license was issued June 21 at the office of Ray Bennett, county clerk, to Daryl Gene Reich- mann Of 'Carrollton and Miss!a patient In the University of Illinois Medical Center Hospital, where he is receiving treatment for an arm which was in- Jured when Larls was a polio patient as a child. Judith Am Rtehter of Bldred. Mrs. Own siebermann went tft St. Lout* Wednesday to spend a few days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. flay Garvels. Mrs. John Larts and grand- ton, Walter Neal Larte, went to Chicago Wednesday to spend a few days. Mf». Laril will visit her son-in-law and daughter. !Mr. and Mrs. E."J. Fitzgerald^ Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lynn and family of West Palm Beach, Larawt Construction is the targtat of the US industries, aoWunttng for IB per cent of the natMR'l tfal employment either dttwtiy or indirectly. ris. Mr. are guests this week of and Mrs. Luther Smith near Eldred. Wait Whitman was the second | in Lockport be | of nine children. Bay leaf, which grows In Mediterranean countries, hat multiple uses. The dried leaves are a flavor for soups, fish and meat dishes. An extract Is also used as a hair tonic. •V Friday and Saturday Features ! Lovellght Chiffon—HMO Icpd . . . SI.I9 w/coronut 1 Two generous sized layer* or tender, light Devllsfood Chiffon cake, lavishly Iced with delicious butter cream or chocolate and then completely covered with sweetened coconut. . Order yours without coconut If you prefer. Danish Ruffle—6»r Special Feature A real Uste treat. . Ever popular Danish with a doubly delicious filling and tasty fondant lclr,8 over all. . You II be back for more If you try one of these ... Every Mon. Is Baker's Dozen Day! Bargains, every Mon (Mrs. Seibold's Bake Shops, Inc. I wilthlrt Vllttg* Shopping: CMttf 140 E. Ferguson Av«., £•11 Alton. 111. Wood Rlv»r. 111. . 7 «.m. to 7 p.ra. 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