Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 25, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, June 25, 1960
Page 13
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SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Camera Catches Action at Women's Golf ONLOOKERS Miss Nancy Lundstrum, Springfield, Thursday as Mrs. Patricia Rain and selects a club from her caddy during Mrs. H. O. Wickenhanser, both of Alton Championship Consolation match play watch from a cart. NEAR THE HOLE Lois Drafke, approaches 'the 13th green after her drive onto the green, Drafke shows the steady stalking form she used throughout the tourney, walking sternly from hole to hole with only one purpose, to win. TAKING A BREATHER Miss Doris Phillips, showing signs of the weeklong tense play, sits on her golf nag while waiting for her opponent, Mrs. Clyde Webb, Murphysboro, not shown here, to putt. The weather was hot, but the action was hotter at the 27th Annual Illinois Women's State Amateur Golf Tournament at Lockhaven this week Ninety-six women from all over the state entered the tourney and the title was won by defending champion Lois Drafke, LaGrange. The heat took its toll among the women and as play neared the wire, the entire gruelling week could be seen on the final contestants' faces as they played for the title. Telegraph photographers roamed the course during the tournament and caught the players in action. . GOOD FORM Doris Phillips shows the form on a drive that got her to the Championship finals of the state Tournament. Phillips had good success with her drives, but her putting let her down. FAIRWAY ACTION Mrs. George Prout, publicity chairman and a con- Mrs. Prout finished second in the third flight. At left testant in the tourney, gets ready to blast a second is Mrs. Prout's caddy. Mike Cook of Alton, shot from the fairway in third flight competition. ACTION ON THE GREEN 2 Calls Made By Firemen Shortly after noon, Friday, fire company No. 1 washed gasoline from the parking lot at the A&P Grocery Co. on Piasa Street. The gas had leaked from the tank of a parked automobile. At 9:29 p.m. Friday companies 1 and 2 responded to an automobile fire at the corner of 6th and Liberty streets. A leak in the gas line of the auto belonging to Dr. R. A. Cooley, 2&7 Oakley PI., Rosewood Heights, dripped gas that became ignited and set fire to the engine compartment. Asst. Fire Chief Paul Stilwell said damage was done to the wiring and to the engine. ' PAYING TRIBUTE Lockhaven golf pro Louis Miller bows to Mrs. Robert Elliott showing his respect for her hole-in-one she hit on number eight during the qualifying round Monday. Mrs. Elliott's ace is the first for her. Family Hurt In Automobile Accident were injured in an automobile'* 11 were taken to St accident five miles west of Han-l Hospltal in " annlbal wnere their nibal, Mo., Tuesday. -conditions remain about the TEE OFF Doris Phillips, left, drives off nnm- watches. Phillips won ber three as Mrs. Paul Dommers, her In semi-final opponent and a former title holder, match, 2-up TELLS A STORY Here's the huge Scoreboard at the tourney which shows the hole-in-one made by Mrs. Robert Elliott on 165- yard, No. 8 hole. The number 1 is cir- cled and tolls a story of its own. It was only the second hole-in-one made to state tourney history. Mrs. Elliott la from Alton. > tured ribs, fractured left ankle, and facial lacerations. His wife, ! Mary, 30, received fractured right wrist and lacerations of the left leg. Karen, 4, has a fracture at the base of the skull and was the most seriously injured. A former Alton woman and Steven - 3: BU1 - 20 month ' s; and five members of her f arni i y Ann, 8 months, received bruises.: EASY DOES IT Doris Phillip smoothes the sand af- against 15-year-old Lana Kaye Roberts ter blasting out of a trap in Thursday's of Sullivan in quarterfinal action. At action. Miss Phillips made a fine recov- right is Miss Phillips' caddy. Bob Gould- ery and went on to win her match ing. Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Sennit- same. The Srhnitakers, who live in Lois Drafke, defending champioji, lete go with a long putt hi the first round of the 86-hol* temHuul Friday morning. Doris Phillip* looks on from the left as tor caddy, Bob GoukUag, Alton Wdi School golf stor nokti th* Oaf. New Delhi, India, will switch over completely to metric weights i tram Oct. 1,1*0. aker andi their four children St p etei . sburg , Fla ., had visited were on then-way to Alton from Mr) . s , nriltaker . 8 parentSi Ihe Neola Iowa., m an automobile Vo)ners and ^ borrowed that belonged to Mrs. Schnitak- , heir t . ar to vigi , rela(ives in ers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy lmva The St . nnitakers were on Volner Sr, 1400 Liberty St. , hejr • back to A|ton when Schnitaker was trying to pass a , he ai , ( - den , Ml . urreA . Tne String of cars when one of them Schnlluker , amily ^d come to pulled into tha-'left lane and Alton by pjane ^ were plan ., forced Schnitaker into the raU-, niflg to fj back to Florida tnjs ing of a bridge, Hannibal authorities said. Schnitaker, 35, received frac- weekend Read Telegraph Want Ad* Daily Baptist VBS At Godfrey Opens July 5 GODFREY—Registration day for the daily vacation Bible school at the Godfrey Baptist Church will be Monday. Registration will be open from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. The school will be htld from July 5 to July 15, ii-om 9.30 to 11:30 a.m. The second week of vacation Bible school at the Godfrey Community Congregational Church will centime at the par- ish house from 9 to 11:30 a.m. daily. The school will end Friday with a picnic under the supervision of Mrs. Roland Wilhelm Jr. Enrollment is still open for the second week of the school. Mrtt. Hunt at Son's Home GODFREY—Mrs. Leta Hunt, of Jerseyville, is convalescing at the home of her son, Charles D. Hunt, Stanka Lane, after returning from two weeks at Our Saviour Hospital in Jacksonville. Ralph Bellamy, actor and president o! Actors Equity Assn., was born in Chicago in 1905. See* With Bb CHICAGO (IfO — Although he is blind, the future bold bright for Fred Moecke) of NftUgstuck, Conn. A graduate of the University of Hartford, Moeckel hopes to get his Master's degree in June. He is going to write a narration for a film strip on 16 Old People's I Homes, Children's Homes, Sailor's Homes and Hospitals for the* i Evangelical Covenant Church ot America. Moeckel, 30, a diabetic for -'1 years, now u totajty Wind from side effects of the «$spflf He was invited to writ* the script "You'd be surprijwd what you can team through yny fan," he said-

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