Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1960 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1980 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Upper Alton News Events Church Lot To Be Used By Shoppers Off street parking facilities in Upper Alton's business district took a long step forward today with the opening of a church car lot to shoppers. The Upper Alton business and professional men and the College Avenue Presbyterian Church have reached a verbal agreement whereby the facilities of the 56- oar church lot may be used by shoppers from Monday through Saturday, day or evening, Roy Slalp. owner of Stalp Hardware store said today. 'IV church session and the board of trustees voted to extend the courtesy of the ,car lot to the business district. The action was taken as a "neighborly gesture" and to help the community In its dire off street parking problem. The agreement further included use of a new parking lot which the church is constructing north of the present one. This will make space off the streets for 35 to 40 rnori' automobiles. Slalp said. son. 864 Washington Ave., te hi Alton Memorial Hospital where she has received tnree blood transfusions, a member of the family said. She entered Tuesday hut it is not known when she will be discharged. Her condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. Michael Marin, 509 Lampert St., was discharged today from Alton Memorial, Hospital where she entered Tuesday with a minor abdominal Infection. Her condition is satisfactory. Karen, 4ty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mnlvtn J. Luebbet*. 3h55 Coronado Dr., is In St. Joseph's Hospital after she was injured In a (all Tuesday at her home while at play. The child bit thp inside of her cheek and sustained bruises of the cheek. A minor infection started In the cheek, a member of the family said. Her condition is satisfactory will be presented hi a benefit program Sunday. 7:30 p.m., at AMen Chapel Church, 2213 Sato St. Thf porewdR will go to Boy Scout Troop 124. a comparatively new organization In me church. The troop committee arranged the program. Ollie L. Gorham is chairman. The Choraleers will be directedu ion O f j) ri> ' by Enrl Mctiili in a program ol| Mary M Bra d y of the Alton jSIt; faculty. The agenda in- ieludes field trips to local In- SItPs Teachers' Workshop Motorcycle, UnderWay on AltotiCamptts The fifth Alton Community Resources Workshop Is underway on the Alton campus ol [Southern Illinois University. | Eighteen elementary and see- londary teachers from the area are working under th- dir«<E. Bear and classics. In cither news: The Missionary Study group will j dust rie.o and businesses, jpeak- huve it», closing session Sunday. 3 p.m., at the church. Mrs. Ethel Lewis Is the director. The group ers from the area, discussion sessions and work on committee projects. will review the position of uV| impetus for providing a work- new independent states in Africa The book they have been study- shop in community resources for the AltonAVood River area Ing Is entitled, "The Way in c . a me from the American Iron Africa'.'. The course has been go- Ing on for a year. ERNRBT BKRMfGK Ht'RT BV BACKING CAtt the Alton The sponsor? of thf« year's wokrshop are: Alton Box Board | To.. Beall Tool Division, Rail. Anchor Co.. Inc., Dunc-an Foun- ; Pastors Church Plans At Medora Hardin 4-H Club Plan* for Bake Sale Youth Hurt HAHDIN — Fin*l plans for Sat- iurdr.y's bako salo were made by 'thp Hardin Busy Bees 4-H Club at MKDORA — The Rev Don- j th pjr meeting Wednesday afternoon aid f Harmon of East Alton ;\vill preach at fhf Methodist Oiurrh at 11 a.nv Sunday. Sundry, Inr-. Hyman-Mlchaels Co.. Wood River—Dennis Shoereack. ^ school will be held at 10 Laded/- Steel Co.. Mississippi j.shoreack. 232 Wood River Ave..,a.m. I-ime Co., Olin-Mathieron Chemical Corp. Owens-Illinois (.lass Co., Russell Millet Milling Co., Sinclair Refining Co.. and t'nlon I-;ifctric Co. ! East Altun. was admitted at 9:23i p.m. Thursday to Wood River Township Hospital for treatment ol injuries received when the motor- Participants in M,c workshop"^ He was riding collided with a cur. are: Helen Angel, Anastasia. A,ger. Melvin Berth Valle He was treated for an injury Brown. W. K Chapman. Bettie' 1 '',*. ^wjeft leg and also \. Duncan. Esther K. FCvans. Grace Hamilton. Ernestine Harper, William E. Henry. Peter but it Is not known when shel Ernest Bermps. 3510 Oillham.ers in the area were brought will be discharged. & Steel Institute. Cooperating with the Laclede Steel Co. and .assisted by the Alton District I ica| . fJonn« Rap Rosenbery. .'Manufacturers' Association, ,.d-iMarciB ' Sandln. Doris N. 'ucational and Industrial lead- f " n - Bllfl Hu K h L. Wallace. plainwl of a stomach arid facial.abasions. His condition was reported as "good" this morning J. Lecce. Lucille Maynard, Uer- bv h ° R P ital Per»nnel. airline E. Miller. Emhle S. Mon-! " was rp ported that the acci- dpnt "" ^.S. Alt. Rt. 67 «"«' M ^ M ™ Hart - in the Farm Bureau Building. The sale will be in the Corbet t Ford Garage in Hardin. and will begin at 1:30. Also discussed at the meet- The Rev. Pill Ixwfman of Car-Jin^ was (hi- program for thf club linville will be at the Baptist i achievement night, which will be Church at 10:45 a.m. and 8 p.m.| Monday July 18 in the Farm in the absence of the pastor, Bureau Building, and the county school achievement night. Wednesday. •July 20 in the high school gym, The Rev. Joseph Dana will be j when all pro j rr1s w m be judged, at the Summervllle Presbyterian; Demonstrations and talks were Church at 10 a.m. Sunday school j^,, Wednesday by Mary Ellen will be held at 9 a.m. JDucey, Babs Ebcrlin and Carol The Rev. Ernest Hardin w«l Icarmody. and the group also dto- be at the Kemper Baptist Church | ^ an educational tour to be at u , am , u f« m school will be at 10 a.m. :15 pm f taken by the club later this month. i^ , wxt n)eeting of , he dub vv)11 ford. ,, : . , be Wednesday. July 13. The Rev. Everett Chambers! ______ . _____ : _____ . _________ _ __ James Blair. 3. son of Mr. andj mons . at will preach his farewell ser- Bethel Baptist; church will be at 8 a.m. conduct- BIT IM AT BrtMnvif I Hah ICC COLD Watermelons $tl««Hfkoflf Chfflod Swtft Crl»p toton ALL sizt*. On SoU At All TimM. BROADWAY & MAIN DrlvO'hi Prodiieo Morkot LIST EVENTS AT CALVARV SOUTHERN ! Ave.. was struck by an automo-i together. Scholastic credit i* t'.^tnrKiir,, \ «,il, r » L-. -T'm BUurSr., Kt. || church Sunday. A baskf I bile backing from a grease nukj now offered bv Southern fill-, * MerMirn \ Otltll (,H-» ; Mwardsville, received a stonwdi| ncr wlll he sorvcd at n , j«t a Jerseyville garage Sntur- nois University for the work-i Ti-,.,1., * I I IV I ! T*" *' ","' ^u ThuP " dny lhf ' dl '"' (;h basement. 5 idav. A cast was applied to his shop Harlr S'liool Diploma |afternoon after drinking an tin- schoo | wm ^ al R:30 a .r The Rev Howard Todd Taylor, i r , Rnl lpg Thursday as rcsult of ,. T|u , objpc , of the workshllp pastor, will sepak on. "The Sin Of ! fnp j n j,, r ies. Mrs. James M. Blair ST., Rt. 2.| Cnurch Sunday. A basket din- noon in Sunday .m. and ied by the Re.. Father John 1 ^ ead Telegraph Want Ads Dally Sheahan. . Ingratitude" at both morning Bp rrne s was taken to Jersey John Thomp-j is io Rive teachevs who attend json. son of Mr. and Mrs. John ! determined amount of gaRoliro. 1 . jjunior BYF at 7 p.m. an opportunity to become bet- Southern Baptist Church. Services will be held at 8:30 and 10.45. Sunday School is at Employes In the business district |9:30. plan to use the smaller lot when it i Other Community Hospital by attend-j ter acquainted ants at the garage following tlie| soljroes of tnc community and accident. Ligaments In the knee area were torn by the impact. to determine how such resources may be used as an Thompson Sr.. a 1958 graduate of Alton Senior High School, received a, diploma Saturday tot's mother reported she! At the Christian church thej believed he got the gas from aJRev. Lynn Hierhonormus of Lin| power lawnmower. The granite for the Bunker Hill Sunday meetings . ;a member of the family said. i ald in , hp L .i assro om." Dr. Cam-j He will take his state board! MasS coin will preach at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school will be at 9:30 a.m. and youth meeting at 6:30 p.m. Mass at St. John's Catholic is opened. Stalp said. This willjclude: Sunbeams, 10:35 . . , .wangts clear -many of the all-day r^rkers! Training Union executive com-i; )oflnthe ^Jnk w »i"ln? for his car - ! miti.ee 6 m ' ' from the vicinity of the busy busi- ! niittee. 6 p.m.; deacons' prayer to ^ serviced when the acci- service, 6:15 p.m.; shvler-ijon, 6;30 p.m.; evening worship., ^p' ga r7g7 yelled'a Jarm-ng'and )C |aw-7:30; Baptismal 8ervicCi 8:30 1BermcR turned bl , t (ho hlimn-w followed by Youth Fellow- of )hp caueht Alton Memot- bv ness flislrict. The Collcni- Avenue Presbyter iail Church is on College an/1 son avenues Its car lot extends !P- m west from the church, within less s ' 1 'l ) than a half block of one of the A fellowship hour and a wien-; ja , if ^. main intersections of I he business ^'^ roast will follow the Pre.sen-: c . 1(jon 1 1 cation division, stated. "Teachers have freedom to work on projects of their own choosing Peoria. In the meantime he has| started his one and a half year! apprenticeship bartering at Min- I I'I *',|CA 'i~ \/l H I t II V happened. An employe of whjch lnev he |, WP wl |, be O f i era 1 Spring Hotel barbershop. value U) them in their teach- Home Destroyed • ing the following year." FOSTERBURG * Mr. and! ••? of the project^ selected i Mrs Harold Brown and small annl, " JS yearV Kr ° Up arc: Thei sons. Wayne and Kim. have a " role of industry in civil defense, for district at Main street ami Collie. " tion ° f a onact "The City Slicker," Saturday, 8:45 p. MAJ. NICKELL AVD j m. on the church grounds. I FAMILY VISIT HERE * , Maj. and Mrs. Philip G. | field trips available for primary 'children, special training pro- I grams offered by both Industry : I'KOWLER REPORTED ! and labor, historial background dcvelopment of selected in . WILLIAM OISSAL CONVALESCING William Gissal, 2612 Judsonj ON St., is recovering from injuries' he suffered in an automobile * >''""';--' »« •«=!«,•,«, ,„ UWI N , te ,, 2621 Maxey Ave He re . , member of the fam-, 26 ^ b1 ^ of B Cnbow avCTIHe . Pornpl£lted a tbrce-yea,' C " tscan j their primary children , i police said Thursday. ...„_',. f j..,., :„ TV^ :°f Southwestern Illinois, and a ! e ».1 nd ' heir ™ ch " dre " ar 1dustrie; In the Greater Alton reported in the!^ %L ^± ^^^i^ea, educational tours for par- been living with her mother. Mrs. Mary Gabriel, and with a sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Raymond and family, since their home was demolished in the windstorm last week. LET'S HAVE A PARTY! ROLLER SKATE At* ICELAND, Inc. 2715 E. Broadway For Information Call HO 5-2528 Special rates to church groups, Girl or Boy Scouts, Birthday Parties. JULY SPECIAL 20% DISCOUNT on ALL Dry Cleaning! Now . . 60e Now . $1.08 PAA'TS. SKIRTS, SWEATERS Reg. 75c ladies' Suits, Dresses. Men's Suits, Couts. Reg. $1.35 ACE CLEANERS 104 Washington East Alton CallCLinten 4-7515 FREE Pickup and Delivery in Alton, Wood River Area mishap, a ily said today. The 84-year-old long time Up Two in the neighbor- per Alton resident was a pass . ; hood made the report. One • n ' -turn of duty in Norway , -resource people" of | The family arrived last weekj :._ K ' • enger in a car utility po\e an backwards out of control, piling j up against a trailer last June 18. | o Alton that struck al^- 16 ' sa ' thal '•*** n and . , an fQ d another twoi F .. f( , '" hri weeks here before Maj. Ea S te rn states and four sald A heard a J crash, as if someone had run some object in their nose, and other injuries of thej ine Incident occurred face and legs. He was discharg- dav nignt ed from the hospital last Satur-1 nR |y ER DQKS NOT day and te getting about hisj gTOp ArrER M18HAp home with the use of canes, ai family member said. i An accident occurred at Driver of the car, Mrs. Mary j Broadway and Washington Lou Manns, was n<5t hurt serious-(Thursday. 5 p.m.. Iv the family member said. i operator of one of the vehicles ; a , San Antonio. Tex. He is in !communjratlons to lhe Air \ VOT Wah New York City, Wash- officer has been in serv ice f(Jr „ ^^ i y before the attack on Pearl j then retunred Harbor, his mother said. The 38-year-old Nickell is up for re- the St. Lawrence Sea Way en route toi Niagara Falls. They drove about 5,000 miles. itirement next year. ^ *••' The younger Mrs. Nickell is|on'tte return "home "they'f'oTnd the former Pearl Davis daugh- y^ last weel| , g storm ^ dam . ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Q[ Mj]ton road . In other cases: (continued on without giving his NJcke]) ^^ were 'graduated 1 ^. Curtis Campbell. 3306 Collej?e|name, police reported. j [rom Alton High School. Their: Ave., is in Alton Memorial Hos-i Charles Headley, 2610 Walnut | ch ndren are Maifk .10 .and Sher- pital with little change in hisiSt.. told officere he was behind aj_, 16 . ft . , p . . . aged their home. Part of the condition after suffering a heart attack. June 26,, at his home. A member of the family said the 59-year-old man has had hypertension for the past three pickup truck in the eastbound left! The officer was stationed in turn lane on Broadway when the truck driver suddenly backed up, struck his car, and then swung Into the through lane and continued on ! THIEVES GET TIRES years. This was his first ser- Broadway. ious heart attack. Campbell is' The bumper of the Headley reitred from Shell Oil Co. j machine was damaged. Michael Graver, 14, of 3632j, E. Doerr Ave., Is in Alton Me-j m»rial Hospital with a serious ! AT BLANKENSHIP'8 gland infection of the legs, a Four tires and tubes were stolen m««ber of the family said. in a burglary at the Blankenship TTie East Junior High School Garage, 2804 E.«Broadway, police student entered Tuesday. Thf reported Thursday, infection first appeared in the, Herman Blankenship. the opera- right leg and cleared up and j tor, told officers the break in oc- now has started more seriously' curred Tueesdiiy night but he de- in the left leg, tfie family mem-|i a yed the report because he at her said. j first thought the thieves did not 11 . His condition is satisfactory but it is not known when he will be charged. Mrs. Rudolph T. Hendrick- PAINTS Even* Paints 1112 Milton Road HO 2-7289 get any loot. However, a check yesterday showed that the tires and tubes, with a total value of $65 were missing. The burglars smashed a window pane on the north side of the building to gain entry, police said. CHORALEERS IN BENEFIT SHOW AT ALLEN CHAPEL The Choraleers, singing group Oslo. The children picked up the Norwegian language, especially Mark, who had a lot of Norwegian playmates. MR.- AND MRS. KEY8ER BACK FROM BAST Mr. and Mrs. Marion Keyser, 3759 Aberdeen Ave., and their son. 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