Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 7, 1960
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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY i, ! ml Notes * ALTON MtMOtlAL MfctlfTAI, Carl O'Nenl. '.-20S Arrhrr Bob A. Walkington. .lerseyviilr Ix^ler Martin. Khst Alton Mrs Ella Berk, 1521 Seminary Mrs Krmina Legnte. Bunker Hill . Milford Kincartr. Wood River !M'R<;I('AI, Mrs. Wanda Cosgrove. Edwardsville Mrs Alii'p Wilson. Hartl'»rd r.oi>rrt Wood. l>41 W 19th Mrs Hester Pirstopic Stuun ton . Mrs Frances Austill. Klein Mi« Paul Moody. Cottage Hills Mrs. Amanda Mfltteson. 1814 Central _ J.-imes Haynos. Memphis. Tenn West Al- Arthur Fii«t. Roxana Mrs. Vcrdin Schafer ton. Mo \\illiiim Hn«ell, Kast Alton Timothy Slattery. Knst Alton Gi.irles 511a \Vink- \varclsville. ^^ Miss Minnie F. Allison, 2009 Seminary I,evi T. Maher. Rt. 1. Brighton Mrs Nora P. Grays. 813 East Drive Arthur Fowler. 928 Alton DISMISSALS .lohnnie G. Smith, Bunker Hill Mrs. Rhea Irvin. Moro Mrs Betty Jean Sounder?, 1 Hartford ' i Fddie Corhett. 6 E. 14th Delhert M Cherry. 3418 Oakwood Mrs. Margaret L. Carrigan. Brighton Mark C Cnmminps. HartfoH Mrs Willie Mae Chancellor, 1524 Market Mrs. Eva M. Beatty, 1518 Rodgers 'Mrs Fern H. Corvvin, 337 Drv 'Miss Barbara G. Geisler. Rt. No. 2. Brighton Mrs. Mary Ann Hentrich. 820 McKinley William O. Jackson, 877 Hal- mg Jersey Children Hart in Falls JERSEYVILLE Joe Czaia. 8. son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Czaia of Eieldon. foil at his home about 9 p.m.. July 5. aitil struck his head on the sill of a basement window. He suffered a laceration of the left side of the scalp. He was treated at Jersey Community Hospital and was released. Linda Powers. 9. daughter ol Mr, and Mrs. Roy Powers of Jerseyville. fell from a hay loft in which she was playing at 4 p.m. Tuesday, and sprained her light wrist. She was given treatment at the hospital and dismissed. I Vicki Hicks. 9. daughter of jMrs. Roberta Williams of St. I Louis, was treated at the hospi- tal for laceration of the right forehead Incurred in a fall. HCHtOlflCA rfUMlllH DoTlCM JERSEYVILLE Miss Helen Bloomer, who has been on leave of absence from her duties as assistant night supervisor of nurses at St. Luke's Hospital in St. Louis, due to Illness, resumed her work there Wednesday. Her brother. John G. Bloomer, left Monday for Annapolis, Md., where he has entered the Uniled States Naval Academy. llrllef t'orp* to Meet JERSEYVILLE The Women's Relief Corps will meet July i:i at the home ol Mrs. Albert Sackman on West Exchange street. A potluck dinner will be served at noon. At Presbyterian Camps JERSEYVILLE Young people from First Presbyterian Church of Jerseyville. who are attending camps at Marquette Park this week, are: Cynthia Brown, Kathleen Doatf, Eddie Breed, Diane Bu?wig,t Jttdy Cope. Jimmy Cope. Mary fclten Grabbe. Barry Fotmer, Eugene Bartlett. Alan Sweet man and Martha .Sue Powel. Th* camp Is sponsored by the Alton Presbytery. The Rev. M. Edwards Breed.! pastor of the local church. Is business manager of the camps and Sid Hormell is on the teaching staff. Buy Mnnrtj Home JERSEYVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanlin of White Hall, formerly of Jerseyville. have bought the residence owned by Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mundy at 414 South Cross St., in Jerseyville. The Mundy family moved some time ago to their new home in Westlake Addition. Holme* family Mere JERSEYVILLE Mrs. Paul J. Holmes and children. Mary Kay, Gordon and Sandra of Gar- Bethalto Pool Fund $50,000 BETHALTO — Funds have reached the $50.000 mark in a drive to construct a swimming pool in the Village of Bethalto. it was reported Wednesday at a rally meeting of campaign land. Tex., arrived Wednesday to spend two weeks at the Hanes' home in Jerseyville and to visit Mrs. Holmes' mother. Mrs. C. M. Hanes, who is a patient in St. Anthony's Hospital in Alton. Mrs. Holmes' sister- in-law, Mrs. Enio DeLuka. of Witt, went to Garland to visit a few days and accompany the Holmes family to Illinois. Her nephew, Paul J. Holmes Jr., is visiting at the DeLuka home in Witt. workers In the Village Man. Estimated cost of the project Is $90,000. Funds are being raised with the sale of 5 per cent bonds in denominations of $1.000, $500. $290 and $100. The Bethalto National Bank will finance 75 per cent of each bond purchased, it was reported. Preliminary plans for the project were expected to arrive in Bethalto today, it was reported by Pool Board President William C. Taylor. Plans were pre- j pared by Recreational Consult-j ants Inc. of Memphis, Tenn. Chnrch Speaker BETHALTO — Baptist minister Peter Knezha of the Free Republic of Latvia will speak at the First Baptist Church on the subject "1 Fled the Red Utopia" at services Sunday evening at 8 p.m. The public !s urged to attend. Knezha traveled as a Baptist minister in his country until the Sttflnttiftn eii i i n i • *~ ' 9111 |nnM SHlPMAN T The Plasa Busy Bees Girls 4-H club will have "Achievement Day" Friday at the Plasa Methodist Church annex at 2 p.m. Members of the Piasa Home Bureau are invited to be guests. There will be no other July meeting of the Bureau. The local W.S.C.S. will meet at the Methodist Church on Wednesday at 2 p.m. They will study the lesson on "The Christian Use of Leisure." The hostesses will be Mrs. Charles Schoeneman and Mrs. Charles Skaggs. Miss Cara Stevens, worthy ad- Soviet invasion forced him to flee from behind the Iron Curtain. He was sentenced to a Russian Labor Camp during the early part of Russian domina tlon in Latvia but later escaped. ^ visor of the Medora AswwMj 1 ' of the Rainbow for GMs, «fttl other offlcert, hav* fetufntd fiwn Grand Assembly held In the Conrad Hilton Hotel at Chicago. Others who accompanied her were: Janet Lahr, Mary HoWn- son, Sandra Range, Patty Ford, Mrs. Lowe and Mrs. Gus Orth. Kenneth Holloway WM an overnight patient at St. Francis i Hospital In Lltchfleld on Monday. He was burned when a match ignited some fire crackers In his shirt pocket. Gerald McLaughlin has returned to Missouri School of Mines after spending the holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest McLaughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Camplln of Morton Gap. Ky., spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wood and daughters. Leif Krlcson is said to have been tho first white man to set jfoot on American soil. l5 in- . Mr* Fffic Davis Mother Nurs- Gp,,rq P Robert. 411 Vine in, Home ' "'"" W ' Slanhope ' Goldfin •'""" B»""«n-n. *.» V.ewl.nd JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL HcrlHTt DrocKC. Jerseyville Mrs. David Martin. Jerseyville Paulctte Flock. Hardin Fred Ballard. Jerseyville Claudia Griffin. Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. Frank Fulkerson, Jersey- \ HARDIN — Forty members ville I of the Altar Society of St. Nor- Mrs Ida Beach, Jerseyville ;,.,_,, . .. . . .. Mrs Harvev Collins. Jersey- »crt s Church attended the or- Churelt Society Meets at Hardin i ville Joseph Snider, Hardin W. R. TOWNSHIP Mrs. ganization's July meeting Tues-j day night at the parochial! .school. The meeting was con- MKDJCAL | ducted by Mrs. Frank McDon- Owcn E. Lane. 106 Ohio, East'a'd. president, and was opened Ail on . and closed with prayer by the Tummy M. McClanahan, Co--;Rev. Henry Knoedler, spiritual tape Hills adviser of the society, who also Anna H. Stimac. 35 Eaai )spoke br , ef , y , o |Jje women dui , . _ , .,, ()( , ' ing the business session. Alton k C Ha ' " ! It was voted to adopt a mem- Airs. Delia 1. Laws, 150 Cen-! bership card system in the pay- ter. East Alton I ing of dues to the society, and Bt-tty Christine Graham, Cot-,t ne decision was made to tage Hills '^".ichange guest night from August Troutwme, South ^ | ep f pmbcl , B Anno uncemen. Schoenexveis. : was made that "secret pals" i would be revealed at the August j Silzes. 3007 j meeting. Seated »t the special birthday table when refreshments were .served at the close of the meet- Hogle, 80 i ing werp: Mrs. Chrissie Leddei New Lightweight HOME CLEANER 200 MIlM FrM Oillviry U)hin£poo€ MrsShirley L. Hamel Mrs. Louisa E. Edwards, Alton Mrs. Alberta L. Hartnert Paul A. Dublo, Cottage Hills Homer C. Bradley, 675 Pence. East Alton DISMISSALS De Anna M. Unterbrink, Route No. 1, Moro .Stephen Bolo. 414 Wood River Ave. 3. Elliott. Lucille Stowell, Alton Troy E. Hancock, Cottage Hills Jpmes W. Kessler, Hills Mrs. Bill Poore, Mrs. ,Lois Woelfel. Miss Lena Schleeper. Em ma Carpenter. Mrs. Bob Bizaillion Jr.. Mrs. Mary Pohlmun. Mrs. Louis Godar. Mrs. Paul Godar. Mrs. Albert Ringhausen. Mrs. Edward Lehr, Mrs. Wil- ST. ANTHONY'S "ADMISSIONS Mrs. Leola* Patterson, Highland Ave. Ham McGee, Mrs. Luc-ille Lors-i 60 g bach, Mrs. Lucy Lorsbach, andj 'Mrs. Frank McDonald. Father Dies I HARDIN Word was re* I ceived here Tuesday evening of ithe death of Mrs. Merle In'; man's lather. Mr. Barrer. in i Milwaukee, Wis. His death oc- 1522; curred as Mr. and Mrs. Inman were returning to their home in . Mrs. Norma M. Kennedy, Cot- Batchtown from a weekend visit tage Hi "* with her parents. Mr. Barrer. Vincent J^TaiSili" 27 Wood i who had been in Ul I health .for a River Ave.. Wood River ! number of years, died suddenly Joseph Wetstein, 325 Langdon !at the dinner table Tuesday. Timothy Allen Peipert, 3405 j T ne Inman's returned to Wis- Agnes - iconsin Wednesday afternoon.! ST JOSEPH'S (Funeral services will be con-- 'mirnirii i ducted in Milwaukee Thursday) IMrJUlLAb ! . ... . __ . i Daniel Ewings, 1016 Highland evening, and burial will be m Roljert E. Northern, 310 Washington Con way B. Scott, 4 West 9th James T. Smith. 5008 Alicia Mrs. Bernice H. Black, Clawson Sherry L. Hulchinson, Chicago. Friday morning. Surviving, in addition to his widow and daughter, is a son, of Wash- The Distant Early Warning i DEW i Line is a 3,000-mile radar Rt. i chain operated as part of the defense system of the North Amer Al- ican Air Mrs. Helen L. O'Daniell, No. 1, East Alton William P. Brown, West ton, Mo. sp ns the nor thernmost Mrs. Carol Jeanette Shive, 658 7 . «„„„• 1st St., Wood River ° r the American continent. SURGICAL ~~ John L. Holmes. Bethalto Defense Command. It reaches These Johnson Wax Products Included FREE! 16-oz. Pride. I-pint Glo-Cout, 1-pt. Kleen-Floor, 14-oz. Jubilee, l-qt. Beau- tiflor, 1 Ghulr Air Freshener, 'i polish cloths, Home Cure Book. BARGAIN CARNIVAL LOW, LOW PRICE Full 1 h.p follows j on «osy - rolling wheels/ Complete set of tools ore easy to change. Low and light weight. Has perm....... *r. 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