Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 24, 1960 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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Friday, June 24, 1960
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FRIDAY, JUNE 34, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH List Carrollton Church Services CARROLLTON - "The ECU- meet tor tht btginntnf of 8w work of redecorating the church which will be done by the church members. The Rev. Joseph Bthridge will speak at the morning service at the Christian Church. menlcal Movement - World Chris- j The Rev. Elner Grafft will flantty" Is the theme of the ser-j 8 peak ai the 10:30 a.m. service own o! the Rev. Percy Clark for the morning service Sunday at United Presbyterian Church. Tha sacrament of the Holy Communion will te observed Sunday, July 3. The Rev. Robert PHsch will •peak at the 10 a.m. service Sunday In the Methodist Church. Sunday at Mt. Gilead Baptist Church and will also speak at the 9 p.m. worship service. Midweek prayer meeting will be Wednesday at I p.m. The Rev. Grafft will also speak Sunday at the 9 a.m. service in Berdan Baptist Chureh. destroyed and some of the wiring In the house was damaged. Greene Bureau Luncheon Set For June 30 CARROLLTON - Miss Mart- lyn wlMerman of Greenville, an International Farm Youth Ex- changee, who -spent several month* In Australia, will dls- ly 4. cuss her experiences In that land OarmlHeji Watt* at the annual Greene County! CARROLLTON - Keith Flow- Home Bureau June luncheon at;ew has resigned a* service man- noon Thursday. June 30. In the'ager In the E. .T. Lukeman Mot- 4-H Achievement Day Set for White Hull CARROLLTON - The annual CARROLLTOW - Robert Botler was eleoterl chairman of the board of deacons of Unit Bap- Greene County Home Economics tl«t Chureh Wednesday at the!4-H Club Achievement program church. Butler was elected fol- will be July 6 and July 7 at the lowing acceptance of the re- i high school at White Hall, aignation of Floyd Klmbro as; Garments and foods made byj^'^'u",;^"^,™ "jj,,^. BfildEngleHn* Shown Increase Over Illinois URBANA, III., (SpfcllU—TTM bald eagle pictured on the Mala chairman, because he ha* moved (ram Carrollton to White Hall. Butler will begin his duties July 4. the club member* will be judged, i othar s(at hng g ' hown demonstrations will be given and there will be a drew revue during which models will be chosen to represent the county at the dress revue at the state fair at Springfield. table increase In numbers in Illinois since IMO, according to a 24-page publication issued by the Illinois Natural History Sur- Some raptors (hawks and To Attend Opera , the'Baptist church at or Co.. Inc.. and has accepted CARROLLTON - Members of; Ine n p in the. service depart- Grwne County Home Bureau wtllj . i ment of be a fellowship din. school will be at 9 a.m. ner on the church lawn follow-i Annp * ,. The Rev. Darwin Rolens willing the Sunday services to whichj^reenfirlrt. speak at the 9 a.m. service!members and friends are invit- Other numbers OB the pro- Sunday In the First Baptist led. This is a Share-Your-Dish 8™m will Include thr presenta- Chureh. i dinner and the fellowship is'tlon of a The Rev. Francis Varble will!planned to include the children;"™' P |ace in apeak at services at 10:30 a.m.iof the Vacation Church School'™'' Fun Festival, by r nrm m nn and 7:30 p.m. at Faith Baptist land their teachers ! son Priss - v Missy's <>' wh ' ch Mrs - '" lnrroMTnn - , Church. There will be a training I —- - W Hallock and Mrs. Ralph: Miss Carolyn Gmhbs, youth, to anyone who xvixhPs a ticket. union service at 6:30 p.m. Pray-1 The National Elk Refuge at Koont7 are lenders. Mlsj Mar- assistant in the Greene Cmmlyj ivey. owlsi in the state creased In numbera. have de- Medora Girl* Will Attend Staff Meet MEQORA Six RamfWW Population trends of Illinois girh or Medorn Assembly will leave Sunday night to attend Grand Assembly In Chicago, Mrs. Rose Orth. mother adv|s. or, and Mrs. Charles Lowe, will accompany them the |lr|s going from here are the Misses Cara Stevens, Mary Kathryn Robinson. Janet Lahr, Patricia Ford and Sandra Range. Miss Joanna Heyen, treasurer, who Is taking a course at Champaign this summer, will meel them In Chicago. Mlts Robinson will serve as in lilt ?dTIVH:i* UT-|«U I- ^tlt'r'Ilf v.tmill^Y IKVIIIIC i«ui T^nu .T... - *U««« — the Carter's Lincoln i go to St. Louis by bus July 8 to ""«'"•* « nd ovvl " over more than Rrnnd pngp and Miss Hpyen „ _ _ I ** __.__.)« half MMnfiiru aw» HiannaaMl ill' _ _« -_.. *_*!.._ t* 4U*t Mercury Oarage In Alton [see the Desert Song at the Munt-j" st^'which' WM given-nd will begin work there Mon,cipa. Opera Tickets are now on!'"* are discussed I"'grand to the (Philippines. The group will re- Efdred end Mn. irer WrtHinfitl te BW day after sfeiMtaf • mtj^tt MaeMtirray Cofleg* Hi &«*»»• vllle attending Olrt'l Itate. Vickie Cress of Refllllto I* spending this week Witt her grandparents, Mr. and Mfi Cart Camerer, and Linda Bushnell. Charles K. Brannan, «*H of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brannen has accepted a teaching position Colfax High School He will be head basketball and basebaT coach and assistant football conch and will teach math. Bran nan resigned from a similar position at Bloomingon Junior High School. He and Mrs. Bran nan and son, David, will move J«Iy I1OW UH ' r IIIIIIJplllCE,. i nr Eiiui*|' -.-.... • - ,- .. Mt - — .— .-A-— J M Flowers and sale in thr Greene County Home!'«•»««« «? ril «« rtbut ! on . ^ PJjIturn home Friday morning of | £_<*»•_*_ from Bloomington in residing office and If all 'are notj!|«rlow ^B. Mllls^chlef ^ the sold by July 1 they will be soldi The Natural History rough-legged hawk has v .. w. , m ^,\. u * w. «..if fs. in. i [fiy~l * i**' i^wiiwunj i. «in t vti visji. w. iu'vun** »»»*. <v >•-.•-«••• ME ------ j rrw\fc.T A t and Bible study will be Wed- Jackson Hole. Wyo., has a herdjgaret Mitchell will glvel vocal! Home Bureau office, is vacation-• CARROLLTON - A group of On to nesday evening. Tuesday eve- of American wapiti 16,000 to I solo and Mrs. Watson Thornton ntag the church membership will 120,000 strong. REPORT OF CONDITION of ALTON BANKING & TRUST CO. i piano solo. A reading will be — I given by Mrs. Claude Tucker. An- 'nouneemrnf will he made by iMrs. O. J. Thiehaud, county ing with a group of teachers in'Illinois Agricultural Insurance Washington, D. C.. this week, j general agents and their wives Miss Karen Diehl, Miss Kahln'of this area will be gxiests of Diehl and Melvin Dleh) will re-i the company at a vacation at tin- turn home July 4 from Lan-! Hetnemann Resorl at Ironton, Of Alton In the State of Illinois at the close of business ! chairman. Group singing will be!ark. III., where they are spend-i Mo., from Sunday until Wednes- on June 15, 1960. ! led bv Mrs. Andrew Dalton, with '"8 a few weeks with their grand-j day. In the group will be Mr. | suffered the severest decline, red-tailed hawk, the sparrow hawk and the barred owl also have declined In numbers. The marsh hawk and the red- shouldered hawk are about as numerous now as a half century ago, ; panist. Published In Response to Call of Conrad F. Becker, Director of Financial Institutions. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection $ 2,594,129.43 ... 2. United States Government obligations, direct and MISS , .. „ , fll _ guaranteed 4 449 684.38 Charles Daum. Mrs. J. M. Parks • lurn Mrs.'.Tames Martin as accom-l parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis; and Mrs. Glenn Diehl of Carroll- Information In the booklet li based on the bird censuses soon* nest week. ; September. Social at rathollr Chnrch i Jane and Kay Cunningham o MEDORA A strawberry | Ml. Gllead are spending this and ice cream social will be held at St, John's Catholic Church basement Sunday from 6 to 9 pm. sponsored by the Altar Society. Brother Dlea MEDORA -Mrs. D. W. Voorhees received word Thursday morning of the death of her brother, William H. Auld. at Balti- Mrs. with their grandmother Charles Smith, Thursday Diehl and Mr. and Mrs. Harold ton. Mayor and Mrs. Louis Var-jsored each Christmas season by! more Md. Mrs Voorhee. ible'of Kane, Mr. and Mrs. Har- the Illinois Audubon Society, Pear Berme Mrs Pearl Barmen. Mrs. 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions .. 4. Other bonds notes, and debentures 6. Loans and discounts (including$47.29overdrafts) 7. Bank premises owned $200,998.49, furniture and fixtures $23,226.28 9. Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate 11. Other assets _.._ Mrs. Walter Preston | old Andes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles will leave this weekend to re-jLoeke and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hauler of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nestrick of Cal- Da|lMi Tex., after a visit here and in 'Springfield with relatives and 1,203,200.73land Mrs. Francis Kuhntlne. IWJ'TMT^ Friendly Neighbor Club '.,.,„„,„ ' ' ' CARROLLTON-A mock wed-i mentls - ^ u 224,224.771ding was presented at a meeting! Mr - «"d Mrs Robert Downs jof the Friendly Neighbor Club !«nd children of Little Rock, Ark, I Wednesday afternoon at the arrived Wednesday to visit houn county. 12,539.16 12. TOTAL ASSETS $18,475,789.36 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations $ 8,926.701.03 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 5,588.615.42 15. Deposits of United States Government 'including home of Mrs. Roy Hall, with Mrg. Hattie Freeh as assisting hostess. Members of the cast Mrs. Downs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald. They are en route home from St. were Mrs. Shirley Roth. Mrs. Jose P h - Mo • where the y vlsited Ruby Carter. Mrs. Lavern Bell,i DowJ1s ' Parents. Mrs! Doris Hodgerson, and Mrs.l Mrs Donald McAdams of this |city. Mrs. Edna Spencer of AI, ton and Courtney Davenport re-; postal savings) 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions .... 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $16,234,682.78 23. Other liabilities 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not Including subordi- 412,069.93; Lucie Ruth Andrews. were made for a Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Entering IBoyd Memorial Hospital Thursday for surgery was Emory Rice of White Hall. Entering as medical patients were Mrs. Mollie Qoodln, Pearl and Mrs. Grace Hyde, Eldred. Dismissed Thursday were Mrs. Louis Tolbert, Carrollton: Miss Gertrude Arnold, Greenfield; Charles I n m a n, Eldred; Mrs. Census figures extending back to 1903 were tabulated by Dr. Richard R. Graber and Jack S. during the day to attend the funeral. Visitors from Chile MEDORA - Mr. and Mrs. Golden. Dr. Graber Is with the) Wayne Miller and family, Santi- Wlldlife Research section of the j ago, Chile, were guest? of his Natural History Survey. Gol-l uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. callers at the Smith home were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Borman Mrs. Rose Henson and Mrs. Del Gibson of Wood River; Mrs. l?s sle Heidenhild and Sherman Hefner of Jaweyvllle. They ha< also visited their brother, Charlei Hefner, who is a patient in a nursing home In White Hall. Services in the Baptist Church Sunday will be: Sunday schoo 9:30 and rooming worship 10: JK a.m.. BYF 6 p.m. Men of the church will have charge of the den, formerly with the NaturaJ History Survey, is now employed by the Department of Conservation. Entitled "Hawks and Owls: Population Trends From Illinois Christmas Counts," the publication contains large reproductions of nine hawk and owl photographs by William E. Clark. Natural History Survey photographer. .. '*B^^^^^ necfln pool that m«y «»f « cool. NOUSf PAINT] for wowl, ttUMt, or Al Paints 1111 MNttB f»f,«nf l.OSZmfliiPin'fc af 6:3 ° P- m - Sunda y' July : Minneapolis Minn where they !ter - Carr ° 1Iton - "Because the decline in 24 at Marquftte Park and alsoj had Saturday to attend the i tor populations is shown par-; 'for a club tour of the home of^^, Qf their ^^ Haro)fj «hI«•••«•• |tl«ilarly among the less waryi ^•••jjPlllilll ; s pecies and those species that' SHIPMAN — Several games ,, r( . most likely to be encount- H. L. Maple, and also called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ruyle Jr. Wednesday. Bqlldlng New Howe MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harris have bought a lot in the south part of town from Chester Darr. Work has commenced on a modern five- room home. More than 50 per cent of! American families take annual; vacation trips. HEITZ OPTICAL MITROPOLITAN BLDG. 307 HINRY §T. Stop in, we will b« happy to ttrve all your eptloal needs at our new location. CHARLES J. HEITZ EDWARD F. PAR KM, Jr. cs-Rrofls Mr " and Mrs P D ' Cn*" 8 *' in 68o,8.^.H% TerseyvJlle . Birthday gifts were nated obligations shown below $16,920,535.46 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital (par value per share $10.00) $ 500.000.00 26. Surplus 450,000.00 27. Undivided profits 205,253.90 28. Reserves 400,000.00 ing the annual School of presented Mrs. Frances Freeh and Mrs. Ruby Carter. Prizes, were won bv Mrs. Amy Scott, i"' . „, . . Mr, Lavem Be,,, Mrs. Elhabalh"^ ^Tlcl, Wolf lev is attend- 1 ihave been scheduled for the new- and Miss 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 1,555,253.90 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $18,475.789.36 Burch. Mrs. Frances Freeh ai Mrs. Bernadine Carr. Lightning Strikes Residence : Methodist Camp at East i CARROLLTON - A fuse box, Camp Lake B ] oorningt on. 'at the home of Mr. and Mrs.; Thomas Prough was struck by! University of Missouri is the at Illinois Wesleyan Univer-i'V organized girl softball teams. The Shipman Sluggers, age 13 to 17, will play at Mt. Olive at 6:45 Monday and Tuesday at 6:30 they will piny a girls team at Brighton. Mrs. .lames Shultz is manager. The Braves team, age 10 to 12, managed by Mrs. Dale Maxwell, will go to Brifiht- | Donna Bushnell are spending ithis week at the Intermediate Bay MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes $ 1,445,000.00 '• 32. Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserves of 101,659.42 i I, F. P. RISKORSKI. Cashier, of the abovp-nampd bank, do j solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that It! fully and correctly represents the true state of the several mat-! ters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge • and belief. F. P. RISKORSKI, Cashier. CORRECT—Attest: W. C. GSCHWEND, CLYDE BORMAN, LAWRENCE KELLER, Directors. STATE OF ILLINOIS, County of Madison, ss; Sworn to and subscribed before me this 22nd day of .Tune, 1960. VIOLA WELLING, Notary Public. j (SEAL) My commission expires July 3, 1961. lightning during a rainstorm|oldest state university west of!on Monday to play a game at Thursday morning. The box was the Mississippi River. ered by man, it is suggested; that man may be directly responsible for the decline," Dr. Graber concluded. ROBERT Some 200 million cans of sardines are processed in the canneries located on the Maine seacoast each year. WESTERN SHOE STORES S04-0fi K. RKOADWAY — PLKNTV OF PARKINO THONGS for all the family! rubber thong-sandals All rubber in nay Open Mon., Fri., Till » p.m 1 Pr«. 97 summer color* 2 for beach, shim t>r. Sizes for men, re K- women, children. 10fl I 11 '- (6:30 p.m. Miss Marsha Kay Halliday is in Lebanon this week whore she i attending MYK Institute on the campus of Mc-Kendree Col- On . jn Br1ghton . lose. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haworth and children have moved from Pia*n to a trailer in Shipman. I Mrs, John Joe Schoeberle and; | two daughters of Columbus, Ind.,i are visiting here with Mrs. Nora 'Srhoeberle and Margettrite and with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. CORNS To quickly relieve and remove them, use the apectal size Dr. Scholl'n Zino-pada for coma between toer At Drug, Dept., 6-10C. Stores. D-Scholls Zino-p,id>. Anne Lynnc and John Wadsworth of Carlinville are visiting their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Huddlcston. Mr. and Mrs. John Reno and Mr. and Mrs. William Shelton, visited with the former's son, j John Michael, Sunday at the Christian Welfare Hospital in East St. Louis where he willi stay until he weighs five pounds. «M*« to »rdtr—for «H-wti1h»r «eml«rt. ««t i dtmonitntlonl Sti tht Chtvy Myttery Show in color Sundiyi, NBC-TV Why shouldn't you be driving Americas 1st choice car.. .right now! Thto la the Impala Sport Sedan REDUCES PRICES ON ENTIRE STOCK OF TROPICAL SUITS 55% Dacron' 45% Worsted Tht surt way to find out why Chtvy for '60 continual to outsell other ears Is to try one for yourself I The minute you step Into that new ROOM i en toov iv fUMW you'll begin to stt til the wonderful things Chevy's done to bring the wide open sptcts insidt. 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