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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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TUESDAY, JULY 12, i%0 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAUL Child Injured, Rum Arm Through Glass in Door JERSEYVILLE - Carl Meisner, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meisner of Jerseyvllle was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 1 p.m. Sat- urdHy for treatment of an arm injury. The child tried to push « door open at his hoiw and ran the upper aim through the glass incurring a laceration through the muscle to the bone. The wound was sutured and the child admitted as a patient. Mrs. Walter Slahl was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital Saturday evening for ahrasions and laceration of the WoodchuckVisits Jersey ville Via Motor Vehicle JERSEYVILLE - Several .Ter- spyville residents walking along State stT-eet Sunday morning nibbed their eyes twice wheni they saw a woodchuck get out ofj a passing car when the vehicle made a stop at the intersection Jeft leg. She fell from a box injof State and Pearl streets. the corner of her chicken house. A short time later two young Wiloert Govvin, Kane, suffered a laceration of the right hand men cornered the anirrml in the entry way at the east side of the Sunday afternoon at the Fair-jJersey State Bank After some grounds A pony he was riding j speculation they decided to let the reared up and Clow in caught his j animal follow Its own pleasure hand on a wire fence. The index)in leaving the vicinity. and middle tinners "I the hand were cut and sutures \\ere needed to close (lie wound. The last seen of the woodchuck was al the intersection of North (Stale street and Exchange, Terry HHI(man 1.1 son of Mi'.(where it was "making tracks" and Mrs. Manie Hartman otjto return to the rural area, .lerseyville. fractured hi* lelt] How it came to be in the car ring finger Sunday evening Htjfrom which it emerged at the his home. 'stop light is still a mystery. 'Ho was running nnrl tripped 1 Blackbery Crop Ripens over his dog. JERSKYVILLE - The out- After treBlm-m »1 Hie Jersey, blackbe rry crop is re- Community Hiwpital. thp boy I ^^ |n ^ „_ ^ a J^ itt nt returned home. Carol Elledne. 17. at Fieldon and Cheryl Hnynev 7 1 - ot Granite Citv uere uiven ported to be good as a result of the continued rainfall in the ar- Godfrey State Bank Names Vice President START SEWER TOUR Thomas Griffin, director of public a look. Jim Robbing (center) and works, is on his way down to inspect Duke Rives, both from the department the sewer under Piasa street. City of public works, are helping Griffin and Dewberries arc ajready ripe and , . „=,„, beinK picked along roadsides pncv treatment ut the nospita 1 ' . " „ ' . i f M ,„ rtn d pasturelands in the county. Saturday evcnlni; following art-.. ... ,, . . . . • • The wild blackberries are beein- <iuto areinenl. . . , , r. ,, . . , „, ,,_„„ nine to turn red. observers re- Fol owmc t r e at m r n 1 they . . ported Monday afternoon, and if \vf*i*f rPK*fis<*fl Harvest ,,f Apple. won't be long now before fresh JERSEYVI1.LK The -..ppl- h "» >kh «7 P'«< «"" «*» black- harvPst has begun in .">rsey; J^' *"* *"* IHm ""' * rea ' County and the fruit from the • early varieties ,s findinu ,.s way ^, n £™ * f"» n Coupta , Mft|| Graham W. Watt (standing Watt with equipment.^Steff Photo. to market in adiaretn rity areas. •'r.n.;ir,i viL^,r. -- Mr. andi , .., P _,..._ ... _ \ , ™ i r _ . _ -.11 \ll'<; Orvitlp TAhnou f\( I4or»s4inl Id I John Surgeon, superintendent wvmt- .Monies m nnrainj of the large orch.'.rd- of Nugent, aip thp Paints ot a boy. the'r and Schpanski in the Graf Ion (lls1 f>hilri ' torn at 3:25 a.m.. locality was a .Jeixeyville visi- ' ril! V 1J »» 1 thfl Jersey Commun- tor Monday afternoon and re- if > Hospital. He weighed four ported that the Transparent Pounds and two ounces. Th« crop wa.s gathered mostly last l)ab . v ls * grandson of Mr. and week, and that some time this• Mrs - Cftrl Johnes of Batchtown week the picking of thp Dutches* !1n(1 Phillip Carmody of Fieldon. crop will begin. Mrs Jonne * was formerly From this (jeiioel until laic autumn, the picking of apples will continue as one variety succeeds another in maturity. Surgeon Indicated Monday that the GODFREY — Henry C. Jones, a banker for 40 years, has been appointed executive vice presi-i dent and cashier of the newj Godfrey State Bank, it was announced today. The 62->eai'-olrl Jones conies j here from Clinton, Mo, where I he was vice president of the; Union State Bank. He gained; a large part of his banking experience as teller and assistant cashier of the Granite City Na-j tional Bank from 1923 to 1942.! Jones is the father of Hamilton Jones, well known Alton attorney. ; The Uodtrey State Bank l»i under construction at the Monticello Plaza Shopping Center and was scheduled to open for business in September. Temporary offices have been established in the Hansen Barber Shop on the plaza. Jones was born in Belleview. Mo. He Is a Mason and a member of the Methodist Church. In Clinton he was vice president of the Chamber of Commerce, treasurer of the Kiwanis Club, president of the Clinton City Park Board, and a member' of the community council at Whileman Air Force Base, Knob Nosier. Mo. His banking experience ad-j ditionally includes posts a^ cashier of an institution in East Prairie. Mu., 1942 to 1945. and i vice president of the First Naj tional Bank of Riverton. Wyo., Peavey Mills to Carry Name of Rttssell'Miller The milling division of F. H. Peavey * Co. henceforth will be known us Russell Miller-King Midas Mills, but without change 'either in product brands or In facilities sewing the trnde. | This decision was made by di I rectors of the parent company I Rusell-Millcr became a wholly- i;md announced by Totton P.jowned Peavey subsidiary, are •Heffelfinger. president of F. H. now joined in a single operation. Spokesmen Wcf en't Speaking for Mexico MEXfCO CITY (API-Two Mexican congressional leaders who sided with Cuba against the United States were not speaking for the Mexican government. Foreign Minister Manuel Tello says. Instead Tello Monday night took a neutral stand toward the worsening dispute between Fidel Castro's regime and the U.S. government. Peavey & Company. \V. M. Steinke president of Russell-Miller Milling Co., and The newly-established division operates 10 mills so located as to offer a complete line of mill- H. K. Kuehn. executive vice'ed products, including hard president of the King Midas H. C. JONES BUI Boyd Wins Oil Can Derby County Sales Thr Oil Can Derby, a race betueen businessmen that pre-, cedes the Soap Box Derby, wusij loll out of Monday's story concerning the Alton Soap Box Dtr-j b;. held Saturday. | Bill Boyd. insurance adjustor.' heat his Treasurer halt-block. Last years winner of the Oil ! I Can Derby. Homer Bluestein ofl| untl1 1930> I Terry's Shoes in Upper Alton.! He and Mrs. Jones have an-> rtid no , sh(JU „,, to detend nis , other son, Louis H.. who is an ; (jn e . accountant residing in Clinton. --- : the management of the new grouping, \\ith Steinke as president and Kuehn HS execu- i live vice president. Thus two of the oldest names in U. S. Flour Milling. Occident >and King Midas, which were spring wheat, hard winter wheat, Flour Mills, will continue '<> soft wheat, whole wheat and specialty flours, rye and durum flour and semolina. "All established grades and brand names of both Russell- Miller and King Midas will be maintained as heretofore," Steinke and Kuehn said In a i first linked H'a years ago when joint statement. Compare Quality! Compare Price! Stop and Shop lone upfKinent, Cityi| M. O. Elliott, by a Mrs. Johnes was Miss Lucy Carmody. District 14 Auxiliary Also Elects Louis Veltjes Elected Head Of Godfrey Legion Post j ~ The silver jubilee of the found-1 jing of Alcoholics Anonymous, in I I Ohio, was celebrated in Dublin j I at a dinner of 250 members and; • friends. ' apple crop is a very good one and that the quality will prove better than average. There has been abundant rainfall in the Plans Hearing GODFREY -- Louis Velt.je.-s, was elected commander of the Godfrey American Legion and Mrs. Harold StiriU was elecled president of the Letfkm Auxiliary at meetings of the groups Monday nighi at the VFW Hall. Other Legion officers elect- locality this season to stimulate ,., nnn r>nrr*r> ^« u the development of the growing ,,-^° RIVUEI ? T uM TJ? ers ° f wl " elt ' : R° be '' 1 Hammock, fruit he said °° d RlVer H)gh Scho0 ' Dlst "«« first vicr commander and ad- 11UU, I1C irtlU. ,,^ D «r,»J «* T:-J..,.„»! »r I Peters, 9 Ordinances Advanced by »< City Council Man Found Dead On Kitchen Floor i ' EDUARDSVILLE -« Oden P»ice. age unknown, whose aii- ' dross \\as listed by Deputy Cor-. oner E. P. Schneider as Fit. 15!) i in Grainey Addition, was found ] dead at his home this morning. 1 98th annual convention of the National Education Association Schneider said Rice apparent- iv died sometime Mondav night. 7 .™ He was found on the floor of his: ' Civic Memorial Budget Hearing To Be Tonight BETHALTO -- A public hearing will be held tonight on the Civic Memorial Airport budget i and distributive education co- and appropriations for the fiscal ;ordinator at the high school, year ending May 31, 1961. held in Los Angeles from Jui:r 26 to July 1. Mrs. O'Nt'ril is head of the! business education department ' Vacationtime VALUES FIRESTONE tlUMPIOIS Theme of the meeting was "A ^ or i U n i t e d Profession Enhances Author-1Q ua ijty in Education." Meetings Wit<-hen Srhnpiripr said hv n <"" jwere held in the Shrine Civic man who had come bvthi 1 T ° ta ' proptwed a PP™P riation Auditorium and Memorial Sports man who had come by tni.-, ;j s50n.983.sn inelnHincr X7Q 7nn . ,.=.. „,...= _„,:__ ,._... .morning to take him to work, i An inquest will be held. $505,983.50. including $79.700 ito pay for operation and main- Arena. Miss Clarice Kline, head; jot the social science department Nine pending ordinances were ' chartered the Cape Sable, a new H Board of Education Monday julai)| . Krank p etel> second favorably reported after they!ship, to carry more than l-000'l niBht announced that a public v , w , irefcldem . H arold Stjl . it , «ere given committee study by!cars at a time to the United, lm _ pl °\ eme ? hearing on a proposed district ljnallL . ia , offit . e ' r: Henry Manes- members of City Council. Monday [States. tenance facilities: $72.369 to payl al vVaukeska. Wis.. is new pres- The British motor industry has i prindpal !* nd ,, |? te r e * t u °" the !ident of the national organiza- ,! airports bonded indebtedness j t j on 14 to pay for cost of! ._ - ,.. airport. AJ" copy of the budget is posted for * CHESTERFIELD - teller-toWtortotteilynrJuly Community Club is sponsoringj 1 . I 960 «> June 30. 1961, will oe; . ' its annual Ice cream and cake!held at 7:30 p.m. July 28 in thei. an; Oeorge ste P nenE social July 16, a Keller Com-'board office at the high school.' lce of/u ' el; W' 11 '"'" Trager. munity House A preliminary draft of the i sergeant at arms; arid Leoi Serving will start at 6:30 p.m. hudKet was examined by the Bechiold. employment officer. Mrs. Marvin Jamieson and 5 'ward during its regular meet- Other Auxiliary officers elect-1^ ^ ^^^ children of Iowa, are guests ofiinK Monday, but due to a num-ed were: Mrs. George Stephens,; . .., - . ... Mrs. Jamieson's parents, Mr.!her of figures to be changed first vice president: Mrs. VVil-:° p^tijo^.hLis^adimn" ' A church stop for benefit of Free and Mrs. Gus Crowder. no amounts have been released'Ham C. Hammock, second vice' Cj(v Manager G w Watt ^ i(i ; Methodist Church at L'711 Hillcrest the staff traffic committee ________; the airport office for public in-1 of the ordinances ream.-'. 1 *"- right^f-way obtained for thel**"*" bei °™ tonight's hear-| enactment would! Cut P r °3 wt - ing> „ ^ fc „ M , I I Provided by other ordinances j Putn Church B estiva] ; I cleared by the committee are: : BETHALTO —Final plans are! i Annexation of a trip of Union*being made for the annual Fes-i High School tract, street in the vicinity j Electric right-of-way south of the mr , j westerly end of Jefferson Avenue. Avenue. Sarah and Missss Linda and Sue Keeled for publication. have returned from a week spent The regular first 1IL . nau ,ri ; »„-.,. f . vv . nvoaa h ...| fnllllH „..„.„..,„..„,„„,,, ,, 11BV at camp in Charleston. meeting of July was changed .- ^ hrfd found thl>1P wcle le S al t ' ue!> Mr. and Mrs. Samuel K. Burns, from Tuesday to Monday night. ^ anr^Sr D^an 1 ' ^OO,lRive^-FW PlaU8 ! ^^^^ ^ ^ ^^ ™ "'"^ l ° **' CarlinV ' lle - ' - - __ i Next meeting of both organi- Anotlier'ordinance endorsed will! S ' de »f E : Broadway, immediate- j/alions will be held Aug. 1 at add 18 metered parking stalls tival sponsored by Our Lady i Queen of Peace Church sched-i president; Mrs. Henry Maness, monthly i,easurt-r; Mrs. F. W. Pivoda Jr., historian: Mrs. Louis Velt-! t j Ons as t(J p ro pji t .t y of"the" two! polt ' ons of Honr >'. jes. chaplain; Mrs. William••wj-miir zones and also that si-hoot i s I jr '"S Avenue. u i . . , -^" l "* ^«»ts, anu diiso nidi sinooi; „,. . , rl!J1 ,i,, n , r ....n i Rides and concessions will also . iHi-afner, sergeant at arms; and authorities WP.-P nmmn,ised tn ih P i.- klimation of a parking ^,tdll ...._ :l .. u ,_ «... iU .. _.. ul: . uled for July 15, 16 and 17. i The festival will be held on church grounds. : Extension of 4-hour parking on| Free wrestling will be featur-! ed all three nights with lady wrestlers on one of the nights. Miss Elizabeth Wade left Sun- SpPrial.MeetJllgJ'llly 21 dav for a visit with her niece. S considered a hazard on the north west of Hw "' y ' and Mrs. Clair Mumms and family, WOOD RIVER — Plans were I the VFW Hall. \vi« \^ la. completed at the Monday meet-] — the downtown west end area. The measure sponsored by Councilman . * . > . -.. , . , . . ' Mrs ' in B of tne Veterans of Foreign A L!-ton engineering showroom ! Jerome Springrnan. would provide *uia. j. . ; I of two nearby 24-minutc meters to afford "errand parking." on parking on the east side of Highland Avenue between ijrinied bv 'mother niece Mrs ' " vtriciann \/i i-wid^n •- — -"•• ~'.e»"«v-v..u. fc o*iwtYivjui"iLiciuijit- 0^1 uj^inaii. \\uuiu piuviucj Curt Eld'ridse and children O f' Wars Auxil »aiy for the July ^ijon wheels i.s touring industrial• l-hour parking on both sides of slde of Hi S |lla » d Avel near Joliet meeting of the county council Plants in Northern Ireland. It isjw. Broadway between State and Ha ™ so » and Atwood «... —j »._.. T __ r,:_,.u... _.. to be held at Memorial Hall 30 feet long and houses four! wniium «ti-«>iu unH irLhr.ui'nuH*.! Repeal of a parking near Joliet. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rigsbey accompanied by visited last week in Chi- ; -U *V*b>JWV-J »v. • .. ., Mrs. Howard : with tne P^ 1 and auxiliary as | lathes. feet long and houses four! William streets, and 10-hour park-1 ReP«*l of a parking ban on the •o-hosts. Mrs. Carl Benefiel reported! T 'ie State of Rejasthan, India. Mrs. Marian Joiner was hos .; more than 100 guests were serv-j' 1 ^ less last week to the members w! durin K the recent ice ci-eam! v>afc of the St. Peter's Guild Soceity at her home in Carlinville. There i ing on both sides of \V. Broadway 'for '^42 west of the tool of William west side of Main between E. Broadway and Denny Street. be available for the public. Members of the church are erecting food stands and preparing the grounds for the festival. Delegate to Convention BETHALTO — Civic Memorial High School instructor Mary O'Neal represented the Marquette Division of the Illinois Education Association at the <r'PROVED on America » Fast«tt tpeadwayt... to offer you Ihi lafity you n*«d on a turnpiko.1 CULL SIZ8 ...Fireiton* n«v*r oompromii*! on Quality! FULL FEATURED... 8/F cord taodf, Fir*itone Rubber-X. 7-rib tread. 6.70-1$ HACK RAYON, TUM-TYN Plut tax and r*«appabl* tir* All Sizes Lew Priced Sl»« »lodc' Whrt»* "6.00-16 10.9S n.»s 7.10-15 7.40-U U.95 Tsltf 17.»3 "iiSs •Plui tax and rtcoppebl* llr« NYLON 4.70-IS HACK | NYLON, TUBI-TVPf Plus tax and ncappabU lit* Sit* Hack* Whit*' «.00-16 __U.M U.SO A.70-1S 12.9S 16.50 "7^0.1 S 14-'* > ••**" 760-15 14.95 lO.tl NO DOWN PAYMENT with trodt-m lir«i 'T *•! A „ I WKK Sii»7.SO-U Fits popular lat* modtI cart ^ »™W UACK 'WHItl 'All pricat plui lax vnrf rtcappabl* tin Open Every Night 'Til 10. were 12 members present. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Vera Brarnley, Chesterfield. extravagant. Another detail, preliminary to the Cut Street relocation, was social held in conjunction with, Altnn State Hospital were re- • cleared when the committee the municipal band concert. j ported by Mrs. Edith Lyons. amended a pending ordinance for! Mrs. Bencfiel stated the drap-; Mrs On . a Comer of j ne Far . a Broadway loading zone at til- eries for the post are in the be hung sometime next month. Mrs. Jack Guccione, blood FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT ; chairman, announced the Red T-4-L for S to 5 day*. I Cross Bloodmobile will be sta-j toined at Memorial Hall Aug. 26. i Plans for attending the national convention in Detroit Aug. mington , N . M . auxiliary, was a P.-psiCola plant, adjacent to pres- e uesl ot " ei ' daughter, Mrs. cnt Cut Street, by setting hours of Kenneth Secrest, at the meet- 9:30 a.m. to o p.m. The loading ing. /.one grant is part of consideration \Vatcli frekh-as-u -daisy, healtliy •idn replace the Inflection. If not delighted with Intitunt-drying T-4-L, your 48o buck from any Note: T-4-L is c!»p*!C- iuliy for nevert* case*. NOW at Thrifty Drug Co. were discussed. Highlights of the party at the Now that the storm claims have somewhat subsided and everybody is breathing a little easier, we feel great for having been able to take care of our storm claimants. We hope everybody is feeling the way we do. If your package policy was written properly we know you share our same feelings. Being independent insurance agents we feel highly qualified in seeing that your insurance program is properly tailored to suit your needs. // we COR help you CALL K, E. 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