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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULYS, Local Men Develop New Action Initiator . fcOOD RIVER Wood Rhefi Weident Carl Roberts'. 9J6 White law Ave.. and Joe Ba<-K- fnstff. 108 W. Fourth St.. HHII ford, have developed a product' that may be chosen to send the selected astronaut hack to earth when the forthcoming "Prokvt Mercury" rockets him imo; space. ' A small action-initiator, developed by the two men is now, being pi-oduced nt Hnnley In- fe«»« Alton GMs WoodRiverHome Plan Saturday Bureau Fund Projects Hospital Notes W, R. TOWNSHIP WOOD RIVKR Job's Daughters At Wood River Seat Officers EAST ALTON - Young pe.j- • Mrs. Sue K. Ho.xsie. Bethftlto _ . . i Mrs. Mary F. Harvey. Roxana Twenty nine Mrs Ku)a L Brooks, Cottage of Bethalto 4-H Qub |of the First i Church will General sponsor Hllh Mrs. Lena Fayr- Dale, 2808 Miss Sandra Watts. 1409 Fletcher Paul Wledman, 327 Bluff Miss Benlta Williams, 1920 Gross WSCS Meets at BrightonChureh Rnxana Board Pay* 810.300 in Bilk _ vacuum cleaner tor flit Ctmi- mimlty building. ROXANA— At the village board meeting Wednesday eve- BRIGHTON—Mrs. Ruth Reyn-mlng at the Community building pie <.f Ihr Christian Endeavn, ••*** entertained as guests of flip \Vnrw1 Piv.pv Mfttnis Riirenii oUmiy$i06, Alton , Baptist! " I? , hD tvL'lTv ^IM!*! Law«nce D.Curtis, 444 Penning, money-IT 1 " 1 at . .? ™f anpsfln y P°V u . C . R iRicky Allen VVertderburn. 135 ! maklnE uroiects Saturday for idlnner e Rosewood Heights- N . Wood River. East Alton i making projects Saturday toi , home o{ Mrs F| . ederlck Hend- Joseph I.. Harris, 511 N. Sixth the benefit of the Oxford; i Youth Camp near Harrisburg, I thr Rev. C. XV. Pattoli, pastor. i ricks. The girls presented the program which was highlighted with «-nr>r, mvt-D <:„,, 1.1 i,, JU1 ' KH * P ' ceremonies were COIL , Mrs. Helen D. Bertagnolli, Ro.vana StROlCAL Mrs. Leota J. Meisenheimer, Bethalto Mrs. Beulah Zirkelbach. Rt. 3. olds was program'leader at the the treasurer reported $14.401.9?. i Thursda y afternoon meeting of (in the general fund and $3.- :tjie vVoman's Society of Christian; 116.10 in the recreation fund. Service of St. Paul Methodist j Bills amounting to $10.344 were 'Church. She was assisted in pre-jallowed. senting the topic "Making Use of The board agreed to buy a I Leisure" by Mrs. Marie Yost, jMrs. Catherine McAfee. Mrs. .Robert Williamson. Mrs, Ed Polster presented » .lesson on Indian missions and FALSE TEETH Looitntfti cmd Worry No longer b« »nti Myers, 3 Marine Lane Hazehvood, Mo. ALTON MIMORIAL MfcDtCAL teeth. FASTEETH caused by loow t>1»tt«. O H »' »ny dru« cmiflW*. OM I Hairy Reneau, Cottage Hills Mrs. Frances Monroe, 615 I Condlt j Jesse Campbell. Kampsvllle 'Mrs. Loretta Carmodv. reports - 'the Hillbilly comedy skit, "Pay- The girls will be in Miargcij n g O ff the Mortgaep " \Mrs. Ralph K. Corwln, Godfrey! Carfollton f a bake sale al Wilshirc Tri-! m -IT, r, ,' •, u 'Richard P. Stocker. 56/1 Billy Z,aLumondier. Last Alton i^ife r K Johnston led devo .. , ... . . " saie at wiiMine in ^ ^ E Misses Berniqe Zohrzew-' Whitelaw ' SURGICAL jonnsum iea oevo rlustrir*. 4575 Goodlrllnw Avr . duHed at the Thursday meeting city Store starting at 9 a.m.< ski and Caro | e vVnlker demon- ; Mark Edward Brown. Hartford Alvln Lawson. 506 State \\hcTr tho p;iii air cmployrd ol Job's Daughters Bethel 88 to i mid continuing throughout 1hej s ti> a ted the use of pie crust fori Dennis C. Shoreaek, 232 Jackie Wells. East Alton a, project engineers. ' , cnt Miss Barbara Wheeler, iday. , [other fancy pastries. Wood Rjg^grtAllon Clam Henson, 306 Dooley Roberts, who also serve? tlie|fifth messenger: Mrs. Dorothy A special feature of their sale) The major lesson, "Social Re-; Mrs. Mildred Irene Brakevtle, Terry Lawson, Cottage Hills secretary and wi " bc " Dak e 1° order" service, j creation Accessories," was pre- Godfrey !Mrs. Margaret Melow, firm as safety engineer, told the .p r \,. t . ounc j] Telegraph that thr purpose of , 'Facilities have been set up the ,,nit smaller than a wheat W™- Odie Nlnhols ' dircctO1 Of i - - - grain and weighing one third as I epochs. hi ithe kitchen of the church at !Berkshire and Tomllnson ave- much as an aspirin tablet, is toj Janice N'lchols. Janice Proc- nueS| all( j a crew of workers, useful accessories. provide the power to catapult aiter and Judy Corzine served asj under the supervlslon o{ Mrs Clyde Smllhi wm work lhrough . I - - . Mary Hinkle. honored queen. man from such a space ship. | pro-tern officers during Despite its size, explosivo meeting.^ power of the action-initiator is sufficient to blast a hole through a sheet of steel or through a half-inch board. One problem in development reported arrangement^ have been completed for the Bethel ! outing aboard the Admiral July 16. The group will meet at the iout the day preparing the special baked Items customers desire. sented by Mrs. William Kanning P,! ry JF U|genet P" 1 ™ 1 '' M° r ° - * __ VTlftr Mn»»tv»Q I nn Ctfvne Hath and Mrs. Thomas flyers who demonstrated fashioning several Assisting Mrs. Hendricks in serving were Mrs. Melvin Schien and Mrs. Walter Strohbeck Lev! Reunion WOOD RIVER — The annual) Miss Norma Lee Sitzes, Bethalto Miss Mary Jo Jorgensen, Roxana Mrs. Pearl L. Poole, Cottage Hills Tamle Sue Cunningham, South Roxana Debra Ann Williams. 27 Harnett McClana- Orders may be placed by call-|^ union of the ^ family wiH] Br!nn ' Ken , Biggerstaff, 620 ing Mrs. Smith this evening or! Wood River Robert Farrls, South Roxana George Barrel I. Wood River Mrs. Edna Plnkowskl. 1136 Vernie Karen Grizzle. Brighton DISMISSALS Rodger Taylor, Roxana tions and gave a talk on ChriS' Uian social relations. Mrs. Russell Well presided over a business session In! . which tentative plans were imade to participate in the Sub. District Officers Training Sem- linar at Shipman July 21. The; 'group also voted to take on a! home missions project. Here Prom Chicago BRIGHTON - Miss Nan SAVE... ON YOUR nt °f Sunday at the Ferguson by phoning the church. CL 4-7719 any time Saturday. De- of such a device has been to temple at 11:30 a.m. to travel to get it to withstand high tem-jSf. Louis in a body. Tickets are ,,,.., < i peratures Roberts pointed out. i available from Mrs. Harris. | IIvery service is also being of- The Hanley product has been! Mrs. Corzine was appointed,,fered. thrust into molten metal and publicity chairman. ( A . It was announced that a class;be the project of the boys of A car washing service will Westerner Club grounds in shelter house No. 6, Elbert Levi, ! president, has, announced. A basket dinner will be served at noon preceding the social afternoon and election of oflic- of candidates will be initiated at the July 21 meeting. A spe- the C. E. and will be operated throughout the day at the Wil- held there at temperatures above 400 degrees. When removed and tested it performed as specified. The . unit in contrast to the severe I will he held at t p.m. preceding up and delivery service may be temperature changes has. by! the meeting. Mrs. Doerr. direc- arrange d by phoning the church, ial practice session of the choir sn i re shell Service Station. Pick design a sensitivity so delicate-tor. announced. that the prick of a phonograph Mrs. Albert Brawn needle will consistently initiate vommitee of mothers served re- the action. : frpshments during the social! Visiting Mother 'hour which concluded the meet WOOD RIVER — S. Sgt. and ling. Mrs. Raymond Vail and children of Del Rio, Tex., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Hazel Helmkamp, 907 E. Acton Ave., and other relatives and friends of the area. ers. Honored at Party •WOOD RIVER - Miss Cecily Lowery, bride-elect, and her fiance, Vernon Winter, were honored at a pool-side party given Mark Wayne Morrow. Cottage Hills Mrs. Sarah Bernyce Carr, 701 Madison ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Patricia Ann Waters, South Roxana Mrs. Mildred Sllveus, Rosewood Heights DISMISSALS Mrs. Amelia M. Wlnkler, 739 Silver Mrs. Nancy Bunse. Wood River i Blodget. daughter of Richard! Christian Seegar, Bunker Hill t,i nf ia n , ,.t nfim,™ ic ««o^i««i Mrs. Ceclle Cato. Cottage Hills !Budget of Chicago is spending! Mrs. Carol Warner, East Alton! lhe summer with Mr. and Mrs.) Sam Cardinal, an uncle undi aunt, and Miss Ann Blodget, al-j Linda Sellicr. Wood River Raymond Whltlock. Dorsey Mrs. Irene Reeder, 3607 Berkeley so an aunt. Open Mon.. Frl. Till 9 p.m. SPECIAL SALE OF Ladies' Wedgies Nationally Advertised 12.95 sellers. Sizes 4 to 12 AAAA to E widths \VFSTI;R\ snoi: si OKI;* i Clyde Smith, boys' sponsor, re- by Miss Joanne Bloomer at the i A n! chu »,.?;• *?"'£»<,*??* 3HO til t-» 11 .n • . • l\ll o. *»lul \ «J, ilUKlltrb, [ports. ^ Belleville home of her parents.] Hills Cub Pack Outing Mr. and .Mrs. Wesley Bloomer, i EAST ALTON — Cub Pack 12!Tuesday evening, ST.. JOSEPH'S will participate in the National | Twenty couples and the parents SURGICAL Cub Scout Camporee July lBj of tne honorees, Mrs. Juanita, M'' s - Isabel Dunker, 1200 with an all-day father and son 637 Gl>ov e Ave., Wood River; Woman's Society ot \V anda Church Meets Girl Breaks Arm in Fall From Barrel outing at the Torch Club. The group will meet at Niagara School at 9:30 a.m. Boy Throws Rock Through Window .WOOD RIVER — Raymond Scifers, 215 Picker St., reported to .police at 5 p.m. Thursday that a boy had thrown a rock I j through the basement window; bring his fishing Food will be furnished by the Pack and each boy is asked to bring his own table service. The boys should wear long trousers or blue ! of the Scifer's residence. '• Following, the incident, i youth ran from the area, jeans and i equipment, j Leroy Phipps. Cubmaster. stat-' the ed. but The Pack will conduct a Self ers gave police jscription of him. ! DeMolay Mothers WOOD RIVER — Members of the DeMolay Mothers Circle will meet at 7730 p.m. Monday in the Masonic Temple, it has been announced. a full de-' waste paper drive July 23. ! Tentative plans have been I made for a family picnic and and Mrs. and Mrs. Erwin Winter, were entertained. Decorations were in an aijua and white color motif centered about floral arrangements and heart shaped cakqp bearing the games' of the honorees. Roxana Church Officers Danforth Mrs. Pearl L. Jackson, Bethalto Jerry L. Lasseter, Bethalto Mrs. Bertha R. Lavitus, 3620 Western Mrs. Beverly M. Nischwitz, Edwardsvflle Eldon A. Rose, Medora Mrs. June R. Rust, 529 Sotier, Wood River j David A. Totten, 2408 Crawford j to be announced, for those mem- ' MEDICAL ,bers of the church who have a BRIGHTON — Karen Grizzle. 7, SOUTH ROXANA — The Wo-j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold men's Society of Christian Grizzle, who lives tvvp miles south- Service of Wanda Methodist|oast of here, fell from u metal Church met Wednesday evening j oil barrel Thursday and broke lu>r and the topic was "Light for : left arm between the wrist and Today's Children." Mrs. Huldajelbow. After treatment at Alton Smith presented the program]Memorial Hospital, the girl was 'and Mrs. Delia O'Neil read the.admitted an ;i patient hut her ; spiritual ,life lesson. Mrs. Laura i family said she; was expected to Ebelege gave the prayer. i return home today. Her father is i A contribution was made to the employed al Ladedr Steel Co jMarcey Center in Chicago. Itj was voted to send Mrs. Victor Herman to a school of missions in August at McKendree College. The WSCS will serve refreshments at the Bible school this year. Plans were discuss- for a potluck supper, the date HOME LOAN AT Broadway at Planu The "TIME & TKMHKHATfllK" turner HO 8-7781 Newn of Area Men and Women _v 111 A r GARY D. BLAND airman an' jMrs. Mary Ann McKenna, 503| Se l 3tembel '- Officers training day; Mrs. Charles Bland of Bunker t , Wood River 'will be held in the near future, j Hill, graduated June 10 from the ''MM BerSXP Black L ^32^ * A ^./T 1 ,' eajd from the N«' : Aviation Familiari/ation School al ' i jes family in India. WILL YOU HAVE A SLIM LIHE- FOR SWIM TIME? ONE A DAY AH HID W Affirm COHTROL TO HELP tNWAHTED POUNDS AWAY 30-day supply (0-day supply 3" 6" The LEEN reducing pian is so ea&y to use, nothing to mix . . . tio more eating today and "starving" tomorrow ... no more taking 1, 2, or 3 pills before each meal. Take only ONE LEEN capsule a day —the timed disintegration capsule is self regulating and will help provide an appetite curbing aid lasting 6 to 10 hours, .making*it easier to adhere to a low caloric diet and thus to take ull unwanted pounds and to maintain a desired weight level. Yes. if you hjve a weight problem. try th« new LEEN plan •- start l Of alt THRIFTY DRUG STORES outing at Camp Warren-Levis Aug. 14. I Wood River PTA Plane For Homecoming Stand WOOD RIVER —Lincoln School Parent-Teacher Association will sponsor a lunch stand at the Moose-Wood River Homecoming al the Moose grounds July 12-n ROXANA v — Officers elected for the 1960-61 church year at the annual meeting of the Church of the Nazarehe Wednesday evening are as follows: Trustees, Denzil Dyer, Joseph Emery, Ronald Gray, Hugh G. Kelly and Wilmer P. Shirley. Stewards, Mrs. W. C. Campbell Sr., Mrs. Eugene Floyd, Mrs. Hugh G. Kelly, Mrs. Harry Meiser, Mrs. James Patterson.; Church school board, Mrs. Rob- Mrs. Leona Meehan, Bunker • frfl] Clawson Mrs. Pauline Brass. West Aiton, Mo. ' :•-Mrs. Julia Broderick, <. •". Edwardsville Mrs. Zoe An Braner, Belleville s. Gladys Duggan, Jerseyville rs. Emma Harbke, 654 Acton. Wood River Mrs. Charlotte Herndon, 2905 Buena Vista Mrs. Marie Kitzmiler, 619 Blair Mrs. Hazel Kosenasky, 801 East Drive Mrs. Blanche Laughlin, 712 Adams the Naval Air Technical Tralniiw ^Refreshments were served by j Center in Memphis. Tenn. Edith Gilbert and Mrs. Mary! South Roxana Fire Auxiliary Meets SOUTH ROXANA - The Fireman's Auxiliary completed plans for a booth at the home- This school prepares students for further training in one of action's many technical fields. j Disappearing Harems are disappearing in Moslem counties, although members of some of the ruling families still have them. The practice of having more thun Lester" Lasbury ert Allison ' Mrs.Paul Cook, Mrs. ,, Hfl !, r . ,, , • . announced ! E "gene Floyd, Mrs.' Ronald' A Wtwd River '"" •"° the project were Gray ' Mrs ' Ja mes Peck, Mrs. Ollie Price. Hartford Plans for it the fire house. There will be Of meeting in August/The next Johnson won an attendance prize weting will be Sept. -fr j and refreshments were served by Ten members plan to attend!Mrs. Marie Yount and Mrs. O'- f rajcis Dr.pU, chair- Home made pies \$11 be a special feature of the menu. All parents of Lincoln School children are asked taassist with the six-day event, and may volunteer their services by contacting the Droits, or members of the arrangements committee: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Snodgrass, co-chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holland, Mrs. Donald OhLson and Mrs. Leroy Em- ierick. » South Bend Visitors WOOD RIVER - Mr. and ;Mrs. James E. Mahoney and Sunday school superintendent, Mrs. Wesley Strange; Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society president, Mrs. Edgar Scammahom and Nazarene Young People's Society president, Mrs. James Cox. Delegates to the district assembly to be held in Springfield, July 27, 28 and 29 are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kelly and alternate delegates are Mrs. Ronald Gray and Mrs. Mary Dale Stark. Farewell Party ROXANA - A farewell party 1 was given Wednesday evening! j at First Baptist Church* follow- = I ing the mid-week, service in honor • of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin andi children who have sold their home ! Tenn. Refreshments were served and they were presented a gift. Mr. and Mrs. Martin have resided in Roxana for the past 10 years and were active members of the First Baptist Church. During the social hour prizes j for games^were won by Mrs. Ruby. Stearns, Mrs. Maida Johnson, Mrs. Myrtice Stearns, Mrs. Bobbie Hubbard, Mrs. Margie Steams, Mrs. Frances Bedwe.Il, Mrs. Josephine Hanfelder and Mrs. Mildred Aiken. Mrs. Maida HEITZ OPTICAL Lowest -Poulblf Prices. Double Eftfle Slimpf Ask Vour Doctor to Call »» We Deliver. IK RKGINIEKRD HIAKMAIWIS five Convenient Location*. Hrnmpt, Accurate Service. l-'reiheit. Hureil THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR REMODELING SALE A SUCCESS THE 21 PRIZE WINNERS ARE LISTED BELOW $50.00 PRIZE Hazel Murphy 503 -A Henry — Alton, III. Mary M. Smith 638 E. 4th — Alton, III. $25.00 PRIZE Wm. F. Voight (ioilfrey, III. Estelle Fahrig 91S State St. — Alton, 111. $20.00 PRIZE Mary Elliott Godfrey, 111. Josephine Tipswood 1S28 Alton St. — Alton, 01. $10.00 PRIZE Bessie Toole Godfrey, III. Tillie Pennell 408 E. 8th St. — Alton, III. Isabel Graul 615 Blair — Alton, 111. Flo Gradi 905 Langdon — Alton Ruth Reno 'J130 Judoon — Alton $5.00 PRIZE Chas. Carter Godfrey, 111. Jimmie Kinsella 1irJ8 K. 5th — Alton Ed Guenther 108 Henry — Alton Anna Speights Kt. l, E. Alton, HI. Kenneth Edelen Mary R. Jun h'lS Central — Alton. III. Blanch Laughlin 712 Adams Ct. — AUon S. G, Oliver '4880 Watalee — Alton Mrt. Homer Brown Godfrey, III. Virginia Stare 831 Arch St.— Alton, 111. (ftilnoy Ct. — Alton family hove returned to their °" Maple avenue to Ml> ' and home in South Bend after a visit t , ^ - Aniesl and dau S h ' iwith her parents. Mr. and Mrs I i? of Rohm Place and who i William Hanselman Sr., 201! ljl leave Saturday for Cross- Eighth St.. and his parents, Dr. | and Mrs. J. E. Mahoney, 289 W. Mailer Ave., East Alton. Their (daughter, Mary Ann, remained! for an extended visit with the Mahoneys. Now Located in Hit— METROPOLITAN BLDG. 307 HENRY ST. Stop in, we will be happy to serve all your optical needs at our new location. CHARLES J. HEITZ EDWARD P. PARKES, Jr. Bring YQUC Gift Certificate to the Store andt Receive Your Gift VARIETY HO 5-9242 About 4,500 stars are visible to | the naked eye on a clear night. 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