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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY 9,1WO Lopez Resurg Shuns Talk About ence of His Team CHICAGO fAPi-Chlcnpo White fond run with a sacrifice fly. So.x Manager A1 Lopo? doesn't Aparicio singled liomr another want to hrnr n word alxnit the run In the srrond and thr Sox way his club has been manhand- 1 scored an unearned nui in the River Ripples and ling the Cleveland Indians the White So* made it three sixth to wrap things up. Thf Chicago Cubs dropped a 3-3 straight m-pr the Tribe Friday I decision to Los Angeles. The Cubs night with a 4-1 triumph behind i scored twice in the first inning the six-hit pitching of Frank Bau-.'on Ed Bouchee's bases-loaded sin-i mann. j gle and went ahead 3-1 in the third | After the game, someone spoke j when Richie Ashburn tripled and, of how the Sox have taken com-1 scored on Frank Thomas' single. _ _ fc. L. (Buck) Refers, outdoor mnnd of the Tribe. "Don't say i However, Bob Artderson couldn't'writer for the Kiekhaefer Corp., a word about it." said Lopez.!hold the lead and took his sixth "Me stfll have to play them three [loss against two triumphs. morr games this weekend. Ear- The Cubs will be at San Fran- Baseball Her in thr season when wr had ciaco today with Don Cardwell (4- beaten thr Yankees four straight 6) pitching against Shi Miller (2- everyone was telling me what a ,3). soft touch they were. Well, the I Yankees beat us in tlie next seven games." Cleveland will try to halt its current skid by sending Ted Bowsfield (4-4) against southpaw Herb Score (1-3) today. Friday night's decision enabled the fourth - place Sox to gain ground on all three clubs ahead of them. The Sox are now »/& game guest about fish: columnist teaching for today tells youngsters to Boys and Bluegtlls behind Baltimorp. 1's games be-1 He, rain) Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Toronto 4-5, Rochester 1-0 Columbus 2, Miami 1 Richmond 3, Havana 1 Buffalo 1, Montreal 1 (8-inning A bluegill is probably our most common species of fish. He's a skinny little rascal and is not Wall Carries 3-Stroke Lead TORONTO (AP) - Methodical Art Wall Jr. carried a three- stroke lead today into the show- idown round of the f27.000 CaflA* dian Open Golf Championship. "Ml just go out and play golf," said the smiling 36-year-old professional from Pbcono Manor, Pa., who shot a 5-under-par 67 Friday for a 54-holr total of a 16- under-par 200. "I'd likp to think I'll win. but don't make predictions," said the slender pro who was golf's leading money winner and Masters champion last year. Wall's third consecutive sub-par round—he shot 66-67 on the first two—gave him a three-shot lead over Bob Goalby of Belleville, 111., who also carded a 67 for too smart to boot. He strips bait set for his big bass neighbors, gobbles Up expensive plugs intended for real game fish, and 203. Another stroke back at 204 were | Gene Littler of Singing Calif.. Sam Snead, from Hills, White TRUCK OVERTURNS. DRIVER HVRT I generally makes a nuisance of Sulphur Springs. W. Va. hind Cleveland and 4*4 behind the league-leading New York Yankees. The Yankees lost to Boston 8-0 and Washington defeated Baltimore. 9-5. The Sox scored all the runs they needed in tin- first inning. Luis Aparicio opened with a double and Nellie Fox bunted safely down the third base line. When Ken Aspromonte threw wildly to first. Aparicio scored. With one American Aim. Denver 4, St. Paul 0 Houston 5, Minneapolis 3 Louisville 6, Dallas-Fort Worth 0 Charleston 5, Indianapolis 1 Pacific Coast League Portland 6-3, Spokane 5-2 Seattle 5, Vancouver 2 Salt Lake 4, San Diego 3 Sacramento 3, Tacoma 2 Dan Englehardt, North Caro- out Roy Sievers singled and lina State basketball captain, is a col . k Slierm Lollar sent home the sec-a consistent'golfer. Gigantic Water Ski Show presented by the SKI PALS OF ALTON «pon«ored by the Alton-Wood Rivir Sportsman's Club Sunday, July 10. 3:30 p.m. Sportsman Club Luke. Godfrey Itoad—1 Mile North of Alton. FREE DANCE 6-10 P.M. Kitchen Open 2:UO P.M. Concessions, on Grounds. ADMISSION — 50c In advance — 7Ac at the Bate. Children tret. Advance Tickets Available from Members ol Both Clubs. Riverside Cushion NYLON Now you can buy good quality Nylon tires ot on unbelievable low price I Nylon hot •uperior resistance to impact damage. .i fights heat and moisture.,. means longer, safer mileage. So take your pick of most popular sizes and types, then order now I *Plw» Excise Tax; Catalog order* only. SIZi •.70/1S 7.10/15 7.10/14 WHITIWAU TOfti-TYPi 11.45* BIACKWAU TUBELiSS 13.45* •IACKWAU TUK-TYPE 19.45* 11.45* Other ilstf* type* available ot low sol* prices, too! With Your OW Tlrti, Pill INSTALLATION AMw Mai ShtflPtaf C»t»er BW HO M271 i himself wherever he is. He's good to eat, but he's so runty it takes a pail full for a "mess." And, cleaning these slippery, spiny little creatures is a subject we'd rather not discuss. But, w'hen you add a boy to the picture, a bluegill attains a new significance. This is the opinion of many fishermen parents who say there is an abundance of both in Greater Alton area. Boys und bluegills just go 'together, they say. An Adventure To a tow-headed youngster, bluegill is adventure. He's that mysterious something that pulls continues to tug on the line until he's pulled squirming into the boat. Then, he's a "prize," not a runty sunfish. Because he's always willing to chew on most anything edible that's tossed in the water, he furnishes hours of pleasure! for young minds that have not! learned patience. Yes .. a .bluegill is mighty important. Like a pup, a BB gun, or a small outboard motor, aj bluegill is an instructor in the; ways of nature and perhaps aj proving ground for manhood. ! mj . • Many fathers advocate that! !Wttg[lt6tlC* more boys and bluegills should! get together, and .. ya know, i A ; e sorta agree with them. i Girls Like to Fish Too i There's been a lot of material WING Charles Brake of Rt. 1, Alton, was injured at 12:80 a.m. this morning when his panel truck overturned on Cuip lane. Btake was on his way home at the time of the accident. He was taken to a hospital for treatment. Ed Gravemann Photo. News of Area Men and Women in Armed Forces BOWL HAVEN Thursday Ladies High Games: L. Morten 160;: Roberson 162; Can-oil 191, 176,1 (.515); Price 165; G. Mills 167: B. Gadel 182, 173; M. Holmes i 160; Seal 184; C. Rhoads 181; E i Beets 173; D. Flure 165; D. Har-j ris 186: N. Murphy 164; L. Hard-! ing 162; W. Long 165, 170; A. Bowker 170, 215, (500). Thursday Mixed ' High Games: L. Brandstetter 225; W. Barrow 200; M. Taylor 201; H. Seattle 210, 201; K. Ballard 230; M. Beckman 166; K. Schulz 189, 168, (5041. New Admission Counselor At Blackburn r CALVIN WADEKING. U. S. ; Army. left Wednesday for Fort 'DL\. N. J,. where he is schedul- 'cd to go to Germany soon, af- Shipman 4-H Girls Observe Hospitd Notes White Hall Council OK's ncrease held this week in the council chamber of the "city hall. The minutes of the previous meeting ALTON MUNOIHAL BtfefitCAL Mrs. Ruth ftermes. Brighton. Mrs. Lois mynes, #8 DeWen. Mrs. fna Salman, Madison. Mrs. Jean Adair. Bethalto. StJftOlCAL Mrs. Cora Hausman, More. Frank Martin, East Alton. Mrs. Ann Ruedln. Godfrey. Samuel Morehead, Wood River. DISMISSALS Robert Wood, 241 Nineteenth. Hills. Mrs. Frances AustilC Elfin, til. George Harrell, Wood River. Harry McClintock, Granite City. were ready by Mrs. Nova Ly- Mrs.^PhyUis P, Marln, 909 L«m- ons, city cln.rk, after which the claims against the city were allowed. The mayor's veto of the city pert. Mrs. Alice Greeling, Shipman. Mrs Nora Tucker, East Alton. Mrs. Katherine Cole, Godfrey. Mrs. Gene Houston, 302 E. 13th. employe wage increase was ov-lMrs. Marjorie Sue LaMarsh, 300K Brown. Karen Grizzle, Brighton. stridden by the council by a unanimous vote. The pay wage increase, as passed originally by JIRSEY COMMUNITY the council on June 7, calls for a MEDICAL $10' raise per month in salary Mrs. Lena Grover, Hamburg. for those city employes hired on 'Richard Kirchner, Jergeyville. a monthly basis, and a five per Arthur Jerseyville. . Mr "- -Tohn Castor Jerseyville. cent raise to all hourly city em- y 10 * 68 ' „ _, i William Bigham. Aledo, The council also passed Ordi-ivicki Shaw, Jerseyville. nance 420, calling for the is-; DlMMIHBALg suance of $85,000 in bonds tor the i William Bigham, Aledo, construction of the White Hall U erbp . r * r ?T oe ? e '." Swimming Pool, subject to the approval of the city voters at a Paulette Flock, Hardln. Mrs. Clara Coughlin, Hardln. George W. Witt, Jerseyville. special election. The special iTerri Lynn Warlord, Grafton. election to determine the will oflVicki Shaw, Jerseyviile. the voters concerning the issu-: ance of said swimming pool' ST. ANTHONY'S DIHMIS8AL8 SHIPMAN — The Sunbeam:first ward Aug. 30. TV first ward! land. iter spending a 30-day furlough^Girls 4-H Club of Shipman hadialderman n-locled will fill the! Mrs - Gertrude iat tlie home of his mother. Mrs. "Achievement Day" Thursday i vacancy caused by the resigna- Hartford. Bertliu \Vadeking of E. Maple) afternoon at the M e t hod f s t'tion of Alderman Shirley Wfst- .St.. Hartford. Wadeking. has Church. There were IS mothers i nedgc. been in the Army for one year and Home Bureau members whoj Return From Vacation and lias been stationed at Fort I attended as guesto. ; WHITE HALL — Mr. and Mrs. magiBtrate and alderman of the | Mrs. Leola Patterson, 1522 Hlgh- ' fit-si vvnrrt Auo 'if) T)n> firvl u;iffl! Iflnrl L. Wooldrldg*. Hendricks, Rt. 1, ., fv Mrs. Doris E. Hulman, 2216 Locust. Higli Friday Men Games: B. Cress 209: Smorado 231, 218, 1620); Smith 224. • CARLINVILLE Donald V Raley. a 1960 graduate of Blackburn College here, lias been named 'Lewis, Wash, where he took spe-j Joanna cial training as a radio relay [welcomed Roemer, president, tlie guests, one of carrier. Mrs. Wadeking's oldest I whom was the Assistant County son James, is in the U.S. Navy,!Home Advisor, MLss Vada Coan admissions counselor at tlie , sta tiuned aboard the U.S.S. Pro-ihee. Jill Pointer gave a sewing college, said Dr. Robert P. Lud- jyjdence now overseas. He has demonstration. Betsy Duncan seven Barbara Scott, Marshal Kay Hal jliday and Patty Alward gave a lum, president. Raley. son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic- Onlzed Mixed tor Raley. Louis, will 1327 Heydt Ave., St. served in the Navy for years. interview prospective | OQ. PFC DELBERT W. JONES, i Booking demonstration. mi8tadi Indents and talk witl, liigh school | W . old 146 ( 14 WARREN. Ohio (AP) - Patty Berg, redhaired and freckled bun- And youngsters to fish, but most ofj this concerned getting Junior away from tlie TV set, and showing him how things are in al^^g world where a bird is a bird and a bee is still a bee. Such education is instructive for both father and son, and it is said to of personality, still is the golf gallery magnet she was a quarter century ago. she still handles her the finnesse of a golf Hard shark—as attested by the guidance personnel throughout the country-. His duties involve the screening, guidance and briefing of prospective Blackburn students, Miss Mary Cosner. director of admissions, said. He is a 195(3 graduate of Ferguson High School, where he was active in athletics. At Blackburn he served as men's work manager, the highest student post on campus under tlie work-study program of the college. He will asume his duties at Blackburn immedi- son of Jon es, Mr. Rt. and Mre. 1, Bunker John Hill, participated with other person The 36 members modeled their garments made during tlie weekly sessions. There were table nel from Company E of the 101st cloths and tood * on display. On Airborne Division's 187th Infan-| Monda y Bets y Duncan, Barbara try in Exercise Missouri Eagle ! Scott and Marsha Kay Halliday will go to Carlinville to give de- I at Fort Leonard Wood, jJune 24-27. The exercise. ducted under realistic conditions to determine j,^ i monstrations. Wednesday at 8:30 a.m."mem- combat . and in-i bers are to meet at tlie Dew I Drop Inn to go to the County crease the unit's mobility, in-. eluded an alert at Fort Camp- Pr °S ress Da > Rt tlic hi « h Sl ' hoo) bell, Ky., and following a flight iat Carlmville. to the Missouri fort, an airborne, The leaders for the summer assault and tactical exercise. The have been M «- Lester Alward, pair of par 73s which put her just! ately ' three strokes off the halfway pacej Raley will reside in Carlinville. today in the $16.000 Trumbull i . , , , , have something to do with help-j Women , g o Tournament. j ing a boy grow up to be a realj Ag ^ 30 professionals and 40' mansized man. , But. in this stampede to creek bank everyone seems have forgotten our next generation of American mothers. Parents of girls, remind us that teaching a daughter to fish may even be more important. A girl says a parent, is an investment. By tlie time she begins to bloom,this paternal produce represents a small fortune in clothing, permanents, stero- i phonic records, pin money, andi auto repairs. So, it behooves ai rjian to give some thought to herj future. i Guide Her Hand ! amateurs swung into today's third the| round ^ Deader ; , %vith three^ ^ 143 , were lMlige s 36, of Atlanta, Ga., and Joyce Ziske, 26, of Waterford, Wis. Each had 72-71 over Trumbull Country Club's 6.246-yard, par 73 course. Two strokes back Lena Faulk of at 145 were Science Club Meets at Eldred 101st Airborne Division constantly maintains an immediate readiness force for airborne de-j to any area in tlie! world. Jones, who completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, I is regularly stationed at Fort 'Campbell as an automatic rifle- inian in the company. He. (graduated from Bunker Mrs. Marshall Halliday and Mrs. Paul Mills. Speaks to Christian Aiders SHIPMAN — Mrs. Hal-old Wainwright of Piasa was the guest speaker at the Christian Aider meeting at the Emmett Hall home on Thursday evening. was j New standing Hill I the year were committees named by for the E*LDRED — Mrs. Lee Bushneli; the Army in April 1959. High School in 1938 and entered | new president, Mrs. Wilbur (Weidner, as follows: Mrs. Otto was hostess to members of the SP 4 JOHN W. WRISCHNIK, Meyers, Mrs. Carl Bullman Household Science Club and their families at a picnic supper and Ga.. and Bonnie Randolph ofi Naples, Fla. Then came Miss Berg and Beverly Hanson of Palm Desert, Calif., at 146. ^ etsterday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching — Bill Monbouquette, son of Mrs. George W. Howard,'and Mrs. Tom Beckham, flow- Rt. 1, participated with other!ers: Mrs. C. L. Schoeneman and Armor-; Mrs. David Packard, cards; training! Mrs. Wilbur Kahl and Mrs. Ot! exercise in Grafenwohr, Ger-ito Meyers, birthday bank. ;!ice cream social, Thursday even- ' personnel from the 4th ing. There were 29 present. ;ed Division in a field Special guests were Mr. Mrs. Elmer Garrison, Mrs. Flor- j many, which was concluded June: The organization will again haw] Paul Fuller and daughter, Gail.j have returned from spending a weeks' vacation in Denver, Colo., visiting with Mrs. Fuller's sister and her family. Receives Scholarship WHITE HALL - Donald Bell of this city, has received ST. JOSfPH'S MEDICAL Bluford M. Ervin, 527 Brookslde. Mrs. Hortense L. Lowe, 1716 Scovell. « Mrs. Helen E. Mack, 2524 Delia. Leonard J. Ward, 932 Fountain. Mrs. Irene E. Martin, Cottage Hills. . Donnals, 1102 Cardinal. SURGICAL a scholarship to attend the Oak Mrs. Joyce Hernandez, 341 Dry. Ridge Institute of Nuclear Stud-(Mrs. Alice A. Banghart, 930 Alies, sponsored by the National j ton o _ k |Richard Austin, 208 Grand. jMiss Karen Y. Hoppe, Bethalto. Science Foundation, at Ridge, Tenn. .„ ... ;Mrs. Helen L. Bunch, 121 Anna, 48 candidates) Rt . 1, Godfrey, throughout the DISMISSALS There were selected from entire United States. Bell was!Mrs. Nettie F. Beck. 611 Marsh, one of two candidates selected iM?*-. Kathleen Carmona, 1032 from Illinois. The scholarship is good for an expenses paid four-weeks course in the study of the development ol chemistry, physics and nuclear science, and includes a tour of the Oak Ridge atomic energy plant. Bell has been employed as chemistry and physics instructor at the Carrollton High School for the past two and one- half years. He has been employed as teacher in the Jerseyvilte Community High School for the coming school term. Baseball Team Loses WHITE HALL — Manager Ralph Helenthal's American Legion baseball their "worst day evening, defeated 12 to 0 by sonville Legion nine, team had one of nights," when they Crawford, 219 Caro- were the Jack- i there. Union. Walter R. lina. Mrs. Nora P. Grays, 813 East Drive. i Miss Mary Frasier. 16 Sullivan. Lloyd D. Gill. 2624 Hubert. Mrs. Jacqueline Greger, 2930 Buena Vista. Gilbert Hise, 2317 Washington. Mrs. Eleanor Noalan, 202 Mounier. Timothy Price, 1710 Piasa. Edward Shanks, 722 E. 4th. James T. Smith, 5008 Alllcia. David Totten. 2408 Crawford. Miss Katherine Smith, 1211 Alby. Mrs. Grace E. Maguire, Hartford. Mrs. Betty L. Main, Grafton. John Gleason, 915 E. 4th. Mrs. Solveig W. Sullivan, 2306 Fairvlew. nbert E. Northern, 3108 Washington. W. mer arrson, rs. or-, . ence King and Mrs. Florence 22. The exercise, conducted un-ja fancy work booth and country j A.S8€88Or 9 TttX 'Camerer all of Carrollton. Mrs. ^ er realistic combat conditions, ! store at tlie Shipman Homecoming picnic on Aug. 30, 31 and Sept. Picnic committees are: Mrs. . 'Camerer all of Carrollton. Mrs. ^ er realistic combat conditions, ! st | Garrison was one of the original j was designed to evaluate the j in members when tlie club, was or-! combat effectiveness of the unit.jl. The fisherman parent states | Red g^ blanked the Yankees on that some lessons in the fine art | seven hllSi ganized. The next meeting will be July '21 a major element of the NATO of angling will do the trick. Teach her how to fish, loan her up three your fishing teoat instead of the family car. and guide her hand until she knows the difference between a bass and a bluegill. the Giants" Then, sit back and let your! j efforts bear fruit. With millions; I of eligible American males j «>. seeking thu secludion of the out-! of-doors, the odds that your* i daughter w ill land a suitable j son-in-law are tremendous. There's more to fishing thani and striking out eight for 8-0 vie- j tory. ! Mrs. John Finnan. Meeting Postponed ELDRED—The Auxiliary ineet- Sp. of defense Wrischnik is in Europe, assigned to , Company D of tlie division's 126th (Ordnance Battalion in Erlangen. He entered the Army in Sep- Hitting-Stan Musial, Cardinals, j ing wWdl was seheduled Friday tember 1958 and completed basic broke up 1-1 tie with two-run hom-j er that triggered 7-1 victory over' night was postponed until Mon-| combat training at Fort Leon-j pricing. I 1. _ »_ it-^ ,-.f HJTl... ! tl l»/l \t7rtl-wl ~^ff\ l T^l"lf\ ( )A 1IACIM Alrl ' tA •'If. Dan Baker, Mrs. Milo Dugan, Mrs. Carl Bullman and Mrs. Wilbur Weidner, stand construction; Mrs: Earl Alen and Mi's. Emmett Hall, wiling; Mrs. Don Cravens, Mrs. -Arnold Bohlmeyer and Mrs. Mitchell Taggart, ; soldier : School. 'SPORTSMAN'S' PI6ESF 'day due to the death of Mrs. jard Wood, Mo. The 20-year-pld! A $15 donation was made to- Cora Logan. Former , Uenident l>ie* ELDRED-VVord has been re-; whose wif6| EUa llves ceived of the death of Mrs. Vivian j Brighton, Long Branch. attended Alton High i ward sending youth of the Meth- lodist Church to "Little Grassy PVT. EDWARD E. POINTER,!Camp" near Carbondale in July. 452 Refreshments were served by at N. J., Mrs. Hall, Mrs, Kenneth Breit[Camerer, former Eldred resident j completed the 11-week basic eiec-> wiser and Mrs. Charles Schoen- at Eugene. Ore. where she had re-1 tronics course June 16 at the;eman. i first meets the eye. j EDITOR'SNOTE: The writer! of this column has been taking his son. Harold Jr., 9, and daughter. Diane, <i, fishing at least one or more times a week! i this spring. A two-inch bluegill J j thrills both of them. Both would! rather fish than do anything else : and each displays much more patience than this writer. Palmer's Bid Barely Fails [ ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP> —Kel N'agle, soft broken ex-lumber jack from Australia, won the British Open golf championship today us a dramatic, last-half charge by Arnold Palmer of La- Irobf, p H ., fell a single stroke short. Palmer, who won the Masters and tlu I'nitiHl States championships with spwtacular late rallieg, fired a liu' under par 68 over the sogg\, rain-splaihed Old Course in the postponed fourth round today. But hi.s score wasn't good enough tu wipe out Nagle's advantage. PLUG-CASTING TIPS T-t* sided since 1934. She is survived by her husband Herman Camerer. a daughter. Mrs. Betty Howard Army Signal School, Fort Mon•mouth, N. J. Pointer was trained to help repair and maintain Attend Session R. TOWNSHIP " MEDICAL, Otto E. Wieneke, Bethalto. Terry Carpenter, 320 Oak Drive, East Alton. Linda Cheryl Campbell, Rt. 1, Bethalto. I SURGICAL Mrs. Marjorie F. Byrd, 2911 Buena Vista, Alton. | Miss AnnabeD Wallace, Rt. 1, Bethalto. EDWARDSVILLE — County! Treasurer Dan W. McGee, Coun-JMrs. ty Clerk Eulalia Hotz and re-; Broadway, East Alton. DISMISSALS Helen J. Wieneke, 322 presentatives from her tax department, as well as Madison County Board of Review Chairman Gus Haller, are expected to attend a state-wide conference for boards of review and assessing officials scheduled for,., „, . , . „ , next Tuesday at the St. Nicholas i M £j{ Urley L< Schoeneweis ' Hotel in Springfield. Alton Assessor James P. Gor- Thomas J. Hill, 127 Goulding, East Alton. Paul A. Dublo, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Delma L. Albright, 70 Marguerite. Newton Mallory, 48 Hamett. Owen E. Lane, 106 Ohio, East The August meeting will be at| man , president of the Madison the Wilbur Kahl home. Mrs. Velma D. Frymire, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Minnie M. Stoner, Cottage Hills. Frisse, ol Marine and a son, Ralph j integrated fire-control and guid- • !Howard, of Wood River. Use MODI TII» IN AIMINS AIOVC AMP 86VONO TAMABT. (RUU HANDLES SHOULD POINT UPWARD WHBN AIMING.) SNAP BOP'S TIP UP AND SACK IN AN ARC. STOP BACK- SWINS WHBN •RIP- SECTION RIACHM VBRTICAU. WITHOUT HAUTINft AT TOP OP SWIN8, •RIMd MOO AOR- WARP AGAIN TO PONT Ol* AIM, RGLKAVIN* TUB •POOL WHBN VOU fttL SMMT- MT MOMBNTUM 16 RBACHKD. fONUV aXPERISNCE CAN TgACH YOU WHBN TO R6LEASB!) ^-^ Lrr WMWT. ACTION AND THK WHIP OF THE BOO DOMINATE IN PBft- PORMlNtt THIS OWRHKAP CAST. Kemper Home Bureau Meeting Is Postponed | County Assessors' Association, j WML Meets lalso is expected to attend the the field of property assessments . . SHIPMAN — The Piasu WMUi conference, of major importance in financed missile equipment. He enter- t t u Baptist church on | The conference, scheduled to i ing local government. wri fh« Ai'mv/ ttihii Innnum/ or»/1 _. " • the Army last January and j Thun . d ^ " completed basic training at Fortj^j yi . tle Leonard Wood Mo. The 18-year- old soldier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. ville, is i- with Miss be gi n at 10 a.m., has been called by tlie Illinois Department The program includes informative talks, a luncheon address . of Revenue to afford an oppor-lby Illinois Gov. William G. Strat- and Mrs. Reno giving the lesson. , At the August meeting mem-jtunity for reviewing and assess-!ton, followed by a general dis- »'H i fTh' • l)ers are a'dred to bring new I ing officials to exchange ideas! cussion period with a panel tor graduate ot thei^,. to be used f(JJ . ^ ••cj 1 ,.j st .jand discuss mutual problems in'answering of questions. PFC CARL A. WILSON, whose wife, Patricia lives at 709 Shelly; MEDORA- The regular meet-1 St., graduated from the 3d In-j t r of the Kemper Home Bureau, j'fantry Division Non-Commission-; .scherlult'd for Monday night, has led Officer Academy June 25 in I been postponed to Monday eve-1 Kitzingen, Germany. Wilson reining. July 18. and will be held at ceived four weeks oi training in line Kemper Hall at 7:30 p.m. combat tactics, map reading and At this time they will entertain tlie principles of unit leadership. I the Kenipennakers 4-H Club and! Regularly assigned as a person| nel clerk in Battery B of the | division's 39th Artillery, he entered the Army in July 1958 and asseni " i arrived overseas in June 1959. Girls will|T|j e ^3-yeur-old soldier, son of j their mothers. Jlwloru Note* : MEDOKA - Medoi-u ibly of the Rainbow 'meet Monday evening in the M«- isonic Hull. Mr. and Mrs. William Bui Ion •are announcing the birth ot a i missionaries. Local gifts will be to Miss Gladys Farmer Carolina. Members will attend a quail-j ei'ly meeting of the Missionary f Society at the Baptist Church in| HeluVk on Tuesday. There be a putluck dinner at noon, freshments svere served by Mi's. Helena Talley and Mrs. Huworth. Sliipiuun Note* S H i P M A N - Mrs. Smith was a guest of her broth- ito. wid"MW."D«vid"c! wTlbon^f'' "" d wife -. ^r. und 128 Ohio Ave.. East Alton, 1954 graduate ot East Wood River Community is Altoa- !tlu >; High Th«n»e. '" Springfield Timi-s Tin AUMI jlmn had ,a final 71 for '-'79 mid the title. won on tiie very last hole hit second landed on (he green just 24 indie* from the cup. Palmer had gradually crept up on him during tlie round and had gotten a vital birdie on the infamouj "road hole," No. 17, to apply the pressure on tin- Australian. itewilt By I HI AMUttAItU Sydue>, N.s. - fYeddie Mack; 177. Brooklyn, N.Y , stopped 'daughter, horn Friday morning i School in Wood River, at Boyd Memorial Hospital at SGT. CHARLES M. WENZEL, Thirty iCamilllon. The baby weighed 8; son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Ray f _ lt , t . t j vo pounds and 2 ouiu-es. The moth-jweiuel. 2806 Fernwood Ave., Robert Rieckoff was wounded ! er w ^ former Miss Irene Ar- j iwuntly participated at the Me- 8AM1C AJAN, M 1 L W A U K ago the CMMK : K .V laU' Detective while arresting Harold Rut tor forgery. Recently RieckoJf's son. Roy, now a Milwaukee detective hlni- »elf, took a 49-year-old man into custody on a wonhleeib check charge. It was tiie same Harold Rist. Jack, 175, BQBtou. (>• Hamilton, Oat Beattie, Hamilton, knocked out Jack Hayden. New Glasgow, N.S., 3. lightweight!. Hold. Friend* in Medora have learned that Rev. E. R. Wall, a former pastor ol the Medora Buptint church, has resigned the work of tlie First Baptist church of Petersburg to accept the pas- tovate ol the First Baptist church of New London, Mo. The regular meeting ol the Bake and Stitch 4-H club will be held on \Vediwwia), Juiy 13, at the home ol' Airs. Morai i. IGregor Range, N. M., with other ix?rsoiuiel from Buttery P of the 67th Artillery In annual missile firing exercises. Personnel in the Niku-Hereule* missile unit Ik- ed missiles armed with live warheads at radio-controlled aerial targets. Sgt. Weiuel is regularly assigned as a five control necion leader in the buttery in San 'Rafael, Calif. He is a 1943 grad- Friday tor -iSvanslun, spend u week with und family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duncan. David Zinn, son of Rev. and Mrs. Cluo Ziiui, is a surgical patient at Christian Hospital in St. Louis. Miss Carol Sue und Alice Ann Breitwiser are serving as councilors at the Methodist MYF camp this week at "Little Grassy" near Carbondale. Streams neai- Kyoto, Japan, look like rainbows with colors of, purple', gold, crimson or green uate of Alton High School. His! Local \\urkeni use the Blreoni* tu wife, Marceliu, lives in Son fael, Calif. builk of Ireultly dyed SUMMER MVSIC These Alton School Plitrtot utudeutH took part in the Junior Band vamp of the Illinois Summer Youth Miwlu program that cloned at the University of I11I> note lait weekend. With them IK a coun«efor, Mrs. JSverett Crane. Student* from left are Jauk G. Muut- uyntary and junior high *ehuoJ student* who took part In the program.

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