Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1960 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 7, 1960
Page 19
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, JtJL¥ 7, 1966 ALTON fi3.r3nfUPH Upper Alton New* Events norjtoft to ALfOfr StAfft if AW Or. Miguel RJzo, « Cub*n» born physician, has Joined the staff of Altnfl Or. HIM tnl, tt was an» nounced to* day by Of. Abraham Simon, 8Up6f1n> tendent. The dootof arrived Tuesday from At* 1 a n t a , ' Q*., where he completed a one-year internship at the Georgia Baptist Hospital. Dr. Rizo was graduated from the Havana University School of Medicine. He is the fdlher of an 18-month old child. Dr. and Mrs. Ri2o will rpfiidp on the hospital grounds. MOTORIST CHARGED IN TRAFFIC MIHHAP A motorist was charged wilh a traffic violation following an accident with another automobile In the 3600 block of E. Broadway. Wednesday mornnig, police reported. Raymond M. Geislor. 513 Market St.. Hartford, and Mrs. Charlene Renter, 284 Victory Dr., East Alton, were the drivers involved. Geisler, who was charged with the violation, told officers he did not see Mrs. Reuter halt her car at a blinking railroad crossing signal in the westbound lane of Broadway. The Geisler machine rammed into the other car, police reported. ' The automobile of Mrs. Vir-; ginia Albers, 2701 Vlewland Ave., scraped the side of a truck in the 1900 block of E. Broadway, Wednesday morning. police reported. . Driver of the bakery truck was Raymond P. Gilmore, of St. Louis. Mrs. Albers was sandwiched between the Gilmore truck and another behind her while traveling west on Broadway. She attempted to pull out of the way and the mishap followed. MAIN BAPTIST ANNUAL MEETING SET TONIGHT Annual business meeting of the Main Street Baptist Church will be held tonight, 7:30. The meeting originally was scheduled for last week but was postponed because of the storm. Prayer and Bible study will be held. The Rev. Kenneth Wigger will be hi charge of services Sunday morning and evening. JENNIE BENECKE CIRCLE TO MEET Jennie Benecke Circle of Main Street Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs Harry Ramey, 3600 Mom St., Monday, 6:30 p.m. ' A potluck dinner win be wrv- ed. Dessert and the drink wilt be supplied. RETtTlWr FROM FLORIDA TtttP Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hatt, 3*21 Aberdeen Ave., have returned from a two-weeks trt|> trr Florida. They were accompanied by their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Olenti, 4000 Aberdeen Ave. They spent one week tn Clearwater Beach, spent some time in Tampa and two dayn in Mianji Beach. Weather was pleasant. They returned to find that their house escaped damage from last week's storm. A few limbs wen* broken off of trees, Haas said. GOES Td AID OP DOG, MR*. MAIJRER BITTEN Mrs. Frank K. Maurer, 2308 Fairvicw Dr., was bitten by the family dog this morning after she attempted to aid the onimai which she had run over while pulling out of the drive way. Mrs. Maurer went to Alton The family considered the problem frotn several angles. They were tdvtwd to kill the bees. This was vetoed became the bees had never harmed the Hen- sons. And, anyway, you Rot to get pretty close to the source of sting* to destroy bees. The obvious solution was to get a beekeeper. The Upper Alton desk supplied the name of one. tt can only be hoped that the beekeeper gets around lo the Hensons before the tree falls, which would bring several kinds of disaster down on the family, including angry bees. EVENTS LISTED AT SAM2M PRESBYTERIAN The Rev. C. H. Carlton will be in charge of the 11 a.m. Sunday service at the Salem Presbyterian Church on Seminary road. Thn daily vacation Bible school closed Friday. Mrs. Lucille Brinkman was in charge of the school. Eighty children were enrolled. Closing program was held Sunday evening. The Ladies Aid Society will! have an all day meeting next) Wednesday at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Harold Bockstruck, Mrs. Wesley Graul, and Mrs. Mamie Maneke. The annual Sunday school picnic will be held next Thursday evening. The Fosterburg band will be a feature of the entertainment. RELATIVE OF RESIDENT KILLED BY TRAIN iG: O. Langendoerfer, brother- in-law of Mrs. Lester Scott, of Seminary road, was killed Wednesday night by a train near Jefferson City, Mo. The 58-year-old man was believed to have suffered an at- tark while walking along a track en route to a store, He toppled into the path of a passenger train. The victim had suffered I from heart trouble. WYfcAROLD FARM JSR RETIRES ttfS MODEL T Charles Kursh of BircMp, about 900 miles from Melbourne, Australia, has an rmunced that he is retiring hto Model-T Ford and surrendering h:s driver's license. Since 1923 slowly to town tot a (jtiiet yam. Kursh made clear ffttt M Mnv wotsn Iw bought the COT he used It to hert ahe*p, ride self is not retiring. fences and run errands. Every! .,••-. . •«. .- • — Tuesday for 37 years he drove Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily MOVE TO NEW LIBRARY East Alton librarians shelve books at the new library building which is located in the Wilshire Mall. Books are being transferred from the old library at 212 East St. Louis Ave. during the evenings in a village truck. From left to right, women are Mrs. Ruth Eyers, Manley. Sunday School superintendent; Elvis Buttry, Robert Daughhetee, Earl Stilley, Howard Foiles. and Russell Dickerson, trustees; Mrs. Drucilla Ottwell, Mrs. Grace Ferguson, Mrs. Mar-j guerite Bourland, Franklin Guf-^ fey. Don Hart, Wayne Scales,! Ray Brown, stewards; Mrs. Bob' Weathers, Mrs. Elvis Buttry. Mrs. j EAST ALTON — The doors Wayne Scates. Mrs. Jack Steven-(of the public library at 212 E. East AltonPllblk Three Births Library Moving j At Ho8 P ital rr w/«i i • ii 11 ln To Wilshire Mall son, Mrs. Howard Manley, Mrs. Junita Guffey, and Mrs. Ethel St. Louis AVe. closed to the pub- lit; this week and \vill re-open Bourland. Sunday School board, ("probably sometime next week" Following delegates will be sent j in the new library building in Funeral arrangements are incomplete. OUTDOOR PLAY TO BE PRESENTED AT CALVARY "The Country Slicker", a one- act play, produced by the Youth Fellowship Players, will be presented outdoors Saturday, 8:45 p.m., on the grounds of the Cal- Memorial .Hospital for a check up and the dog went to an animal hospital. IIEADLEYS GRANDPARENTS FOR NINTH TIME Mr. and Mrs. Mark Headley. 2304 .Tudson Ave.. have become grandparents for the ninth time. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, of Jacksonville, became pai ents of a son, 7 pounds, 15 ounces, Wednesday. This was the second child tor the couple. They have another son 2 years old. Mrs. Meyer, the former Patricia Headley, was a nurse on the staff at Alton Memorial Hospital before the couple moved to Jacksonville. BEES AND DAMAGED TREE CAUSE PREDICAMENT ' A family residing in the western end of Alton sought help today because they were in a predicament that involved storm-broken trees and bees. The Joseph Henson family of Emerald street wanted to know the name of a beekeeper. They had to gel rid of some friendly bees. Mrs. Henson said that the bees had been around and in this particular tree in their backyard for at least seven years. They bothered nobody a country farm house. ^ ^ and nobody bothered them. i Jim Paynter. a student at| dpnt Ml , s Guffev and by the re . ;man libpa board chairman , But lightning struck the tree Southern ni.nois University will; tiring Sunday Schoo , president,{ repor ts. and"is modern through- during last week's storm and Play tne tltle role as ^ a «"•"-; Russell Dickerson, among others. I O ut with air-conditioning and It has to come down, before itlerby, with Jim Crane and Rich- iflourescent liehtine ' falls when the Benson's-aren't |ard Musgrave as his sons El- •!AMES RODGERS UNHURT uie cen gnnng ' i lery and Junior. Miss Frozella i WHEN CAR TURNS OVER assistant librarian, and Mrs. Olive Me- Donald, librarian. Carrying books are Paul R. Santv, front, assistant librarian and principal of the East Alton Junior High School, and Web Largen, water department employe. lo the district meeting late this month at Springfield: Mrs. Mildred Worthy. Howard Manley, ' Mrs. Elise Manley, The Rev. (Weathers, Mrs. Lester Schuetz, Mrs. Franklin Guffey, and Russell Dickerson. The young people met last Sunday night to elect Hardy Weathers as president. Others elected were: Mrs. Elsie Manley. vice president: Mrs. Jay Reed, secretary; Ray vary Baptist Church, 1422 Wash- jj rown> treasurer. ington Ave. The Rev. Weathers read his re- Mrs. Raymond Jenkins, Youth ^ at last night - s meeting and Fellowship Director, said the farce takes place in a present- day setting in the main room of the Wilshire Mall. The stock of books, totaling 10,371 volumes, are being moved, by Mrs. Olive McDonald, librarian; Mrs. Ruth Eyers and Paul Santy, assistants, with transportation furnished by a city truck at the close of the working day. EDWARDSVILLE - Two liirths were recorded Wednesday and one today at St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hastings, Route 3, a daughter, at 12:47 p.m. Wednesday, weight seven pounds, four ounces. The mother is the former Harriet Zoleman. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Farmer, 207A First St., a son, at 1:40 p.m. Wednesday, weight seven pounds, thirteen ounces. The mother is the former San- Idra Forshaw. 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Trie new building will provide j tal - and Mrs - Jonn Ford and Other reports were made on young | a b ou t twice the space as- the | daughter. Route 4, were dis- ! people's events by retiring presi-j o i<j facilities, Mrs. H. A. Mittlc-1 charged. expecting it. The problem now is to knock the tree down without getting the friendly bees unfriendly. of the of the WOOLWORTI-TS () U /•. I I 1 t N C t 187 Auming!... only a dime! Imported Simulated PEARL NECKLACES .9.25'«d29' ONLY 10 n. 3 for 2 9'• Fabulout purchase by Wool* worth's! You can save 2/3 when you buy 31 Exquisite single •frauds . . . uniform or graduated styles) Dainty debutante •dings especially for young girls. All in beautiful natural pearl color. Remember ... this •pedal offering is one week ... BO more. • pint lax LIMIT... 6 STRINGS TO A CUSTOMER. WIST THUD STiUT IN DOWNTOWN ALTON Croslin plays Celia, Junor's! James , 344 Alben St., sweetheart. Jerry Clardy has| escape< j ser ious injury when P * ™ the part of Judge Bradley and| pick up truck he wag operating! Steve Taylor portrays the villan-,' struck a ^^3 rail on Humbert j monies . ous Mr. Anderson. mad early today and turned Rev. Howard Todd Taylor, j over on its side ^j^ reported _ pasttor, invited the public to at-j The 46-year-old man was talc- tend the play, and the fellow- \ m to ^ Joseph ^ Hospital for ship hour which will follow thej a oheckup a^j was dismissed, performance. j He is the operator of AAA Home i In other services this week. | improvement Co visitation will be conducted! . Thursday at 6:45 p.m. Beginner J^™^ Cream CQ Choir under the direction of ^iice said Miss Margie Ford will meet at ' ; 10:30 a .m. Friday. ; ATHLETIC COACH HAS Members of the church "''Hi.rirvrnRiAv VIKUK , participate in the Alton Indus-, »"""*"** ""-"a ;trial Baptist Associations! fish! 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NA/AREMCS UP MISSION CONTRIBUTIPNS Some $3,000 was given to for eign missions in the past church year by members of the HiUcrest Church of the Nazarene, it was reported At the annual church business meeting and election Wednesday night. This represented a continuation of the steady increase of giving for foreign missions in the recent years, the Rev. Bob Weathers, pastor, said. Mrs. Lester Schuetz was elected president of the Foreign Missionb Society of the church. Others elected were: Howard place for women unless they no longer svant to be women, he contends. Many first class women athletes have developed more male hormones than is correct for them as women, he believes. The Best Way to Buy Furniture Today! On Easy Budget Payment Plans at Jacobys Completely Air Conditioned No Carrying Charges Added! 627-633 E. Broadway Alton. 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