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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAGRTEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1960 Wood River Library To Buy New Books WOOD RIVER-Thr Board ol the public library approved the purchase of 82 new books at the Thursday evening meeting at thej H&rary. Among thr new volumes will br 27 adult non-fiction:. 29 adult fiction, and 26 children books. It was reported that a collection of 180 books, including many best sellers of recent years, has been contributed to Hie library by Mr.«. • Russell French of Rosewood Heights. Miss Thelma Julilin. librarian.: Wilshire Mall Beatify Contest *,' To fie July 23 EAST ALTON — The first "Miss Wilshire Mall' and "Little Miss Wiishire Mall" will be chosen in a special beauty con- lr>>!i on Saturday, July 23, at the Wilshire Shopping Center. reported circulation for the month > The contesl wl " climax a of June totaled 6.571. an increase 1 th ree-day event which was of 735 over the corresponding !P lanlie d by the Businessmen's month last year. [Association of the Wilshire Mall Hospital circulation was 239 and i Shopping Center at a meeting 270 over-due notices were mailed. , Added as new patrons of the library are 47 adults. 59 children and five non-residents, Miss Juhlin stated. Cluli Adopts Projects WOOD RIVER- Mrs. Kenneth Killebrew and Mrs. Robert Boone, financial co-chairman, announced that several projects have boon adopted by the Junior Woman's Club for the coming months. Arrangements have been complete to operate Von's A and W Root Beer Stand. 1205 E. Edwards- on Thursday night:. "Miss VVilshire Mall" will be the official hostess for all thej shopping center's events j through the coming year. Her i awards will include a trophy and a S75 wardrobe. The con- tesl. runner-up will receive a plaque and a $50 wardrobe. The contestant selected as; '•Little Miss Wilshire Mall willj receive a trophy and $25 ward-1 robe. A plaque and $15 ward-! robe will be» awarded to thej runner-up. i ville Rd., Aug. 16. with proceeds WILSHIRE ASSOCIATION OFFICERS New officers of the Wilshire Village World; Martha Mueller, secretary- Businessmen's Association pose in front treasurer, manager of the Ben Frank- of the shopping center's arcade after lin Store; and day Rackley, vice presi- assuming their posts, this month, From dent, owner of the Arcade Coffee Shop, left to right, they are: Elmer Wenzel, —Staff Photo, president, owner of Oamm's Shoe All contestants will receive a Explains Apparent East Alton Population Drop for the benefit of the club-spon- memento for their participation sored dental program for needy children. The club will receive only the proceeds of the advance sale of tickets which are now available from any club member, the chairmen stated. The teen-age dancing party will be sponsored by the club at the Roundhouse Sept. 23 following the first home football game of the Ml season. Mrs. Boone was named chairman. An orchestra will be engaged for the affair. Oct. 6 has been selected as the date of the annual Thursday luncheon which will be served at the Roundhouse, open to the public. Mrs. Vaughn Black is arrangement chairman. Church Circle to Meet WOOD RIVER - The Dorcas Circle of the First Church of Christ will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Pearl Harvick, 484 Fifth St. Mrs. Mable Burton will be in charge of the program, and devotions will be led by Mrs. Doris Camfield. Mrs.- Minnie Harrod and Mrs. Alice Logsdon are assisting with meeting arrangements. Members of the church "who are interested in voice training are asked to register at the church office. Larry Gripe, a graduate of Nebraska Christian College, has been engaged as voice and music instructor at the St. Louis Christian College, and will give instructions at the local church if enough interest is shown, the Rev. G. R. Schreiber, pastor reports. in the contest. Girls between the s. leges of 16, and 21 will be eligible to compete for the "Miss Wilshire Mall" title. Three to five year-olds will be eligible for the "Little Miss" title. Entry blanks will be available at Mall stores on Monday. The association's discussion of .the three day program on EAST ALTON — The loss of migratory workers and people who moved to the suburbs caused what seems to be a population loss in East Alton, said Mayor Charles Vanpreter. •A preliminary figure of 7,600 people was recently given for East Alton's population by the | Bureau of Census. The mayor estimated that East Alton's population was Thursday night was directed by!around 9,000 in a postal census South Koxana SOUTH ROXANA — Marks of Wood River will be guest speaker at the 9 a.m. wor-> ship at the Wanda Methodist Church and the 11 a.m. worship at the South Roxana Methodist Kitzmiller Jr., president. Activities planned for the program were a square dance on July 21 at 8 p.m. and on Friday, a band concert by the Recreational Center Playground Band at 7 p.m. and a dance recital by the Jean Fable Dance Studio at 7:30 p.m. , The "Miss and Little Miss" contest judging will be preceded and followed by an entertainment program provided by the S. P. E. B. S. Q. S. A. Barber- shoppers of the Greater Alton Chapter. Mayor Charles Vanpreter will cut the ribbon for the grand opening of the Wilshire Pharmacy on July 22. All Mall business firms will participate in a special section, in the Telegraph on July 21. Sales Listed by HempJiill Firm Recent real estate transactions listed by the Harry F. Hemphill Agency in a release today to the | Telegraph are: The four-room residence of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Clark, at Edwin 1802 Crest Dr., was sold to Mr. and Mrs. John C. Sykes; the John L. Wardle residence, 2911 Buena Vista, was bought by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Byrd; Harold E. Malloy sold his five-room res- Church, jidence, 1033 College Ave., to The Rev. Gerald Meyers of|Mr. and Mrs. Delvert L. Hamil- Rosewood Heights will speak at!ton; the four-room brick of Mr. the 7:30 p.m. worship at the|a"d Mrs. Dewey J. Winkler, lli South Roxana Church. : Holly Hills, was sold to Mr. and taken about seven years ago. Vanpreter said a liquor license census was also taken about seven years ago, and 7,500 people were counted. According to Van- preter. this census was not completed because only a count of 7,000 people was needed for the liquor license census. The 1950 census of East Alton showed a population total of 7,320. This could have indicated another population drop because of a loss of World War H workers from the area. Vanpreter mentioned some removal of government housing at the time. The apparent recent population drop may have resulted from the tapering off of the industrial boon during the past seven years which caused workers to migrate from the area, and also recent population movement to the suburbs, reported the mayor. Other population reduction could have been caused by the removal of heavily populated low-priced housing for municipal building construction • such as the new fire house and the planned city hall, said Vanpreter. Other vacated areas mentioned by the mayor were two hotels on Shamrock St. and part of the Alt-Wood Area. The mayor also said that most of the newly constructed houses are spread out and limited in occupancy. Crafton Plan Executive Meeting GRAFTON — An executive meeting of the Grafton Women's Club will be held Monday July 11 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Pays Fine on Traffic Charge WOOD RIVER - Mrs. Doloris Doak, 335 Reno Ave.. Rosewood Heights, paid a fine of $5 and costs Friday after pleading guilty to a charge of "failure to yield right of way" resulting from an auto accident. According to a police report, Mrs. Doak was traveling north on Second street and a car driven by Arthur Lindsey, 140 E. Acton Ave., was traveling west on Penning when the two collided at the 'intersection.' Damage was done to the right •ear fender and bumper of the Doak car and to the hood, grill and front bumper of Lindsey's vehicle, police said. Also reported to police Friday was a minor auto accident involving cars driven by Leroy W. Walker, 2003 Ridge Dr., Alton, and Patrick Fahey, 8701 Red Oak Dr., St. Louis. The report indicated Walker was driving east on Edwardsville Road when Fahey pulled onto the road and the two cars collided. Minor damage occurred to the right side of Walker's car ami to the left front fender of the Fahey car, police said. More Fireflies Needed for CancerResearcli EAST ALTON More than 2,500 fireflies have been turned in this week at the local receiving station for use by the Sigma Chemical Co.,' St. Louis, cancer research program. Dan Broida, director of the Sigma Co., reports thousands of fireflies are still needed to fill their quota of one million bugs this season. Further information may be obtained by referring to the article in the July 5 issue of the Telegraph. Collections will be received at the Charles Camp home, 409 Oak Drive, East Alton, from 6 to 7 p.m. each Monday and Friday throughout July. Obtains Baseball Tickets EAST ALTON — The East Alton Booster Club has obtained tickets for 224 Muni Leauge boys to attend a game between the Cardinals and Cincinnati on Aug. 5 in St. Louis, it was announced by Mrs. George Snider, club secretary-treasurer The boys will be accomaniedj Bike/Truck Collision Injures Boy WOOD ftlVER - Terry Car prriter. 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. Regan Carpenter', 320 Oak Dr., East Alton, apparently escaped serious Injury Friday when he collided with a panel truck while riding his bike. The boy was reported, in good" condition at Wood TWv- ei Township Hospital this mtft'n- ing where he was admitted following the accident. The boys mother said hfrwiMi living home to mail some let* ters when the mishap occurred. As he wheeled out of the drfvs, he collided with a truck owned by the Russell Blind and Awn- trip Co.. 911 Milton Rd. He will be kept in the hospital for another day for observation nl a right hip injury, Mrs. Carpenter indicated. Hartford Cubs Tour Flour Mill HARTFORD — Mrs. James Lattimore, den mother of. Cub Scout Den 2. accompanied the 1 boys of her den on a tour of the flour mill in AKon Thursday. Later the group visited the Alton Dam svhere they watched the boats pass through and had refreshments in the park near KHOVHYBVRGER PROMOTION Four Wood River Township Jaycees Stliiday at Blevhis' root beer stand, start putting up a sign advertising From left an-: Curt Blevlns, Paul Pal- the club sponsored Khouryburger Day errao, George McPherson and Edward from 11 a.m. next Saturday to 1 a.m. Emerick.—Staff Photo. by. East Alton Library Opens In New Location Monday Godfrey Home Bureau I nil to Meet Tuewjay EAST ALTON — Doors on the new public library in the Wilshire Mall will swing open to the public at 10 a.m. Monday, it was 1 announced today. 1 GODFKKY - The Godfrey ii'.nii of the Madison County "'illume Bureau will meet Tties- . il.iy. 1:.'{() p.m., at the town hall. Mrs. O. R. Simpson will be KOXANA — Mi's. .John Oorgc 'he- hostess. Roxana and daughter Mavis of Stum- Boys who went on the trip! New library hours of 10 a.m.,ford. Conn., are visiting Alts. were: Steve England, Norman Moore, Greg Ferguson. Lindeil Prickett, Jimmy Redman, John Schremp and the den chief Gary Schremp. Plans have been made for the Nine of 10 forest fires are man- 'iUIM'fl Sunday will be sent to 9 p.m. daily on weekdays and! George's parents, Mr. and Mrs.; . . 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays have Willnrd Winstead Sr.; of Sullivan' j ng been announced by Mrs. Olive Ave.. Rosewood Heights and her ( 0 Chi| ( . relief. Sunday school is .McDonald, librarian. ' Tuesday, Thursday have brother and sister and Wednesday and 'families. Mr. and Mrs. U'illurd p . m , i| u . t been 'scheduled^instead Jr., a;.d family of E. ,„„. R(;v 'heir at fti.'W si.m. and Monday at 7 trustees will meet. Charles Alstott, pas- scouts to take a tour July'12jag "f ree library days" when pa-! FiItn Sl - and Mr - and Mrs - Phil " lor of the Church of the Naza------ - ' trons may retum overdue books !«» Belts and children of Rohn rent . wjl) IJSC lhe , opjc , tQlriM without paying the fine. Mrs. Plucc ' Mrs ' Geol 'K c and dau S h - Makes a Difference" at the 10:30 through Noll's Bakery and ice cream plant in Alton during the afternoon. '•* Methodist Men to Hold Breakfast HARTFORD — The Methodist Men's Club breakfast will be held at the church Sunday at 7 a.m. with the president, Claude Turner, in charge. Hosts for this month's meet McDonald stated. tel> '^^ Mr - and Ml-s - Wlnstead ., m worship . ... , „ ,,..~ , Sr. have just returned Jirom a ,_, „ , ,,,... Moymg of the 10,671 volumes Yellowstone National ""' * ev ' t r f' uMl ±"\ Pa f from the old library at 212 E. St. Pflrk lot of the First Baptist church Ave., was completed by: M ,.l ^^ Ebenpl . of Bowlin( , will use the theme "The Light Mo. is spending two of .»"'. Uortl »«.«« 9:45 a.m. will also con, ^ .• f transportation - , . , I V-I L K^Vll. HAWr *-3 .3 I./1-1 IVAlUSi I »T U , , • « c "y «««*: weeks visiting her brother-in-law ""'"^ «* r ™* and . ., ,. ion. Mrs. McDon-i ..,„,. Ml . . .. .„„,,„_ du«nh« 7:.» p.m. service. At the ing are James Wright. Harry , , h ^-- |P :ald and her assistants, Mrs. Ruth ,,,, Kl l,.,,j i,. ', .: , ! llUUOai Q 01 . Ol Eyers and Paul Santy will com- Mj . and Mrj . . . .,„„ A ,, . ... .„.„._. a nd sister, Mr. and Mrs. William f Iadn Smith. Floyd Anderson. Guyj books Qn ^ sne , ves Jn ^ new , "Dnl rv»a»* riwrl TTva nlr y.aer'iv ... Palmer and Frank Zagar. Cam*>n Ark., are spending slr * th( , summM . wjt)) lhci| . dau , htpl . aimer ana rvanK ^asui. nirirtprs nvpr thf> u-ppl«>nri In •=«•—•- -•• •— E.eetedJVuxiHary Prudent ^l^L tr tnTSda' ^ '!™!£. ^ "'ll^ HARTFORD —Mrs. Raymond! t , nla " Archer and daUgJllel - Miss of W. Tydeman A\-e. evening worship a men's quartet from Scott Air Force? Base \yill Monday Kcv Mustain will KO to Hie Ill-Mo r;imp near Pr- ori;i lo vrvp on the staff ioi' a week. Mi>. ll;nold Rwlenbo and Legion Officers To Be Installed Monday Evening EAST ALTON — Officers of | Mrs. Jerry Bennett and family, | the new year at a ) at city hall ning. Mrs. Dodge succeeds Herman Kuehnel. of I Mrs. by 32 adults. Mrs. Snider also reported that the Booster Club netted $150 at its June fish fry. Hardin Hardin Notes HARDIN—Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Richey returned to their homes in Hardin Wednesday night from a vacation trip to Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bailey and ] plans to attend the sectional family, Kampsville, Mr. and Monday morning opening. I The grand opening will be plan-, "^"women's 'Missionary"' lin- month old «" lu K hter werelionor- ined at a special meeting of tne: jon Q{ ^ ^.^ Bapt j st ch u) - c h ed Thursday nvening tn the | library board, Mrs. H. A. Mittle-j^ a| , all day worjc meet , Firs. Baptist Church soc-ial room •ma^Jjoard^chairmaii, reported. | Thursday at me ehurch ^d Uw at a stork stlo ^ e ': Members voted to elect the new'day was spent quilting. Those officers in the month ol Septem- attending were Mrs. Walter Other officers elected were: ber in the future rather than in-Mapes, Mrs. Susie Snedeker, Mrs. Clarence Shirley, vice president; Mrs. Max Peek, secretary; Mrs. Clement Link, treasurer, and Mrs. George Forsting. historian. the spring as has been the past'Mrs. L. E. Mustain, Mrs. Albert custom. 'Bean. Mrs. William -Hubbard, There were 10 members in at-i Mrs. Newton Tucker. Mrs. Galu .tendance, and following the|Harmon and Mrs. 'William Bui- i meeting and social hour. re-|lo<-'k of Camde'n, Ark. Mrs. Oscar Brown was induct-jh-eshments were served by Mrs. • The Rev. William E. Rice, pas- ed as a new member during the j meeting and the group made lrs Clak Miss Dair Chapman, daughter -Mrs. Meade J. Shirack; of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Her-, of Ohio avenue is vacationing at .'/UK sold their 1133 Seller Ave.! 1 " Lake Tanneycoma in the Oz- residence to Mr. and Mrs. Don! African native broadcasters in, arks. William Vantrease; the six-room|Acra, Ghana, are being encour- Miss Linda iMornsou uf St.'home of Mr. and Mrs. Billy D.jaued lo learn French. Charles, Mo., is spending two;McCoy, 310 Court St., was sold weeks with her cousin, Mrs. Rob-'to Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Staten— ert Rigsby of Michigan avenue, ^nd the McCoys purchasd a five- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hillier of ; room Arthur R. Tosh home at Missouri 'Ave. have returned j 2713 Palmer St.; Mr. and Mrs. | Eugene A. Campbell bought Lot 15 of Cumin's Second Addition to Buckmaster tract, from Mr. and Mrs. Homer Curvey. In Wood River, Mr. and Mrs. illaskell L. Graner sold a two- I room family home ut 324 Sotier |iPl. to Mr. und Mrs. Robert Wil- Ham Cooper. the American Legion Post 794 and auxiliary will be installed in formal ceremonies at 8 p.m. Monday at the Legion Hall. Mrs. Melvin Bracht will succeed Mrs. Robert Weaterholt as Auxiliary president; and Robert Weatherholt will succeed Robert Ritchie as Post commander. Jim Hendrickson and Mrs. Lorell Hicks will conduct the ceremonies. A southern-fried chicken supper will be served following the formal meeting. J314 Spring st., Alton, his wife George Nuwnuui 111 | reports. EAST ALTON — George New-| ;—— ;— noiii. former member of the East! Alton police force, remains in a Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. LJoyd Batton, Hardin, are expected home this weekend from a vacation trip in the Ozarks. Curtis Lynn Booth, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Booth of Hamburg, is a patient in St. Louis Children's Hospital, where he was taken Friday morning for examination and treatment. The American sugar maple tree lives to be 500 years old. serious, condition at his home, Max Peek and Starbuck. Mrs. Bemellitor of the First Presbyterian i church will use the theme "The Mrs. Clement Link and Mrs.!View-from the Hill" at the 10:40 meeting of Firemen's Auxiliar- James Moore will be hostesses'a.m. worship and communion will ies at Meadowbrook on July 12.1 for August. 'be observed. All the loose offer- •EAT THE HEAT! COOL, COOL, INDOOR ICE SKATING Daily 1:30 to 4 P.M—7:00 to 10 P.M. Except Mondays Plan a Party! Refreshingly Different! Private Skating Lessons Now Available. ICELAND, INC. •1715 E. BKO AD WAV—ALTON Open All Day Sunday Get 'Em At / Broadway ft Main ICE COLD Watermelons All Sists Ar AN TliMt Scientifically Chilkd Home Grown Tomatots Oeurijriu PMchei 3 tbs 59' Basket Peck CQg BROADWAY &MAIN Drive-In Produce Market | Open Mon.. FrI. T11J • p.m. SPECIAL SALE OP Ladies' Wedgies Nationally AdvertUwl f 18.85 sellers. Size* 4 to 12 AAA to £ HOI sioitis from Piedmont and Burfordville, Mo. where they have been visiting relatives and vacation. 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