Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 5
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July 14, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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THURSDAY, JULY 14, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Jersey VFW WomeiiName Peoria Man Shot at Roxana (? I ^ A O C 1 SLAKS HI'CK AND CO ROXANA Bobbie J. Shell. i'25, of 52.'! Sanford A\e.. Peorin. JF.RSKYVHJ.K Mr« Al t *** himself ,lx,ve the hen,. . ,. 'with H 'il ealtbre pistol during her. Woolsey and Mrs. Charles ((|1 arKUln ,. r) , „, mj d n ,ghl „ ,, h Vanniwrtnll were named dele-;, 1)s ponged n)fr . Hetty Ann gates to the VFW AuxlliBryishe.il. H( hei homo. 140 2nd Ave convention at. the meeting of:Ro.xnria Police Chiel ROM-CM; the Jerseyville Auxiliary to rnincmi said t«xlH.v, The shoot VFW Post 4528 held at the, post home Tuesday. Mrs. Joseph Woolsey and Mrs.) Norman Huges were named as' delegates. The convention will] foe held AUK 21 through 26 at' Detroit, Mlfh. ' Mrs. Glen Falkner wos Inlti-l ated Into the auxiliary during the meeting. Mrs. Hersehel Andrews, president, announced that the meeting of the liith District will be held in Ka.st Alton, Aug. 6 and! 7 H parade will be hell at li p.m. at whlfh time the Corvelsi drum and bugle corps sponsor-' *d hy the .Jerseyville VFW will! participate. j She also aniiounecr] the next | meeting of the Macoupin County VFW would he AUK. 13 at | Post 130B Hlllsboro. '' Joseph Woolsuy of .I>-r--eyville Is commander of the newly:! formed Macouptn County Couti-'l ell and Mrs. Charles Vanausdnll.' Of the new council auxiliary. The next ni'-etinx of the auxiliary will be on August 9. ing was Invest Igated by Patrolman Phillip Mcduire. Shell was taken to Wood Rivet Township Hospital and lat?r to Barnes Hospital in St. I/HJIS where his condition was report- Jed to he satisfactory. The bullet traveled upuard toward Shell's shoulder nri ini'h alnne the 'hewit. Dnni-Hn said. Police said Shell \\ent to his wile's home mound midnight and threatened her The police report said she hrought out the ' 'VI pistol and pointed it at him in order to make him leave. Shell took the gun nway from her and pointed the gun at his chest and firfd after declaring that he was going to srt»t him- selt. Duncan said Shell and his v.ife agreed in this account o( the shooting. Voting Adults Meet KO.XANA The Young Adult cla.-^ of ihe First Baptist Church hud -A pot luck supper Monday evening at the Hoxana Com- Firemen Cofuffirffrtg Inajwction* tt'OOI) RIVK.R I/ical firemen tlironph \\etlnpsflfly of this week havr fvillort at 45 homps dnrine; the frer tire inspection of local inanity Park wilh 15 member* Httending. hfine *jx>n«;orpr| by thp department. Thr [irrmen have been arl- niittert to 24 of the dwellings and have inadp thpir inspections. At Ifi of the homes no onr \\as therr. in uhich CUSP they Irff fiirds rp(|iipsiini; people to mil thp department and Hiinni;p « t»w I'd thp firemen to romp l.'ick At five of the hotni's ha by sitters had l>prn left in charee und the firempn nlso lelt rnrds in those eases rather thnn co I in "There \va* only one horn* >Oiere «P uere flatly refused fnlrnncp." Chjpf Pinkerton re- pcrtr-d "I think « ith a three day record ril msppciini: M per rent of the home* called on up are Mi.'ikmtf Hood prwtes-- and I hopp it continues." he said. Thi- week I he firemen have i-.i'pii m^pertins; in flip area it 11th <treM nnd next week v\i!i irxpeH homes on l^th and nth «.tn>et< from Mndison street south to thp citv limit?. MR. •UtlNCitMAN tOUND CREDIT MEANS SOUNft SUtMttt To k««p it sound tend your probltm accounts TO RETAILERS COLLECTION SERVICE member Associated Credit Bureaus of America 321 last Iroadway HO 5-5S71 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE PAY YOUR UTILITY BILLS AT SEARS: GAS, LIGHTS and WATER BARGAIN MS FRIDAY • SATURDAY Club to /)/, &EGIOMAIRES Con I haunter of Sears Prompt Service I Though you may never need I ft, Sears services Is depend- Just Phone HO 5-5511 Whin- R flrnr ,i Removes ii|> to 3 1 /2 Gallons of Water in 24 Hours! Coldspot Automatic Dehumidifier ROXANA —Aii extension of the Paul Dean \Vhite reward fund, cash and pledges for a SI .QUO reward to anyone contributing information which will lead to the arrest arid conviction of the guilty party involved in the death of the 11-year-old Roxtina boy whose body was found in a corn field on Rt. Ill in November, will be discussed by members of the Koxana Dad's Club and fund trustees at a meeting tonight at Hamel. Disposition of the fund was scheduled for July 1 after a three- month extension from the original disposition date. Paul Hanfelder fund secretary, reported that he will discuss the extension of the fund with trustees when the Dad's Club members attend the Madison County Homecoming Association meeting tonight in the fire house at Hamel. Hanfelder said the fund's cash donations are in a separate deposit al the First National Bank in Wood River. Roxana Scouts to Have Paper Drive ROXANA — Boy Scouts of Troop 25 will have a waste- paper drive Saturday in the i village limits only, beginning i at 9 a.m., according to Scout-: master Dewey Bail. Koxana Notes ROXANA -- Mrs. Raleigh Gillis and daught«?r, Miss Mary Jane of W. Fifth SI., left Tues-, day for Miami, Fla , where they will visit Mrs. Gillis' sister Mrs. Jennie Sparks. Raleigh Gillis has just returned from Alexandria, Minn., where he WH> vacationing. The Rev. L. E. Mustain, pastor of the First Baptist Church and Glenn Beds of Rohm Place are attending the III.Mo Baptist church camp near Peoria this week. The Rev. Mus-| tain is serving on the staff this week. Alfred Snedeker of Sterling• has been visiting his mother and sister, Mrs. Susie Snedeker and Mrs. John Ruskin of W. Third Street. Mrs. John Ruskin of W. Third Street has as her guests| for two weeks, her granddaughters, Nancy, Cynthia and Karen Hargis, daughters of Mr., and Mrs. Harold Hargis of Jo-! liet. Mr. and Mrs. Hargis, son- in-law and daughter of Mrs., Ruskin spent the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. De- Wester Sr. and son, Franklin, of W. Third street have returned after visiting their two sons and their families, Dr. and Mrs. Gerald DeWester and children j and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd De- Wester, Jr., and children at Indianapolis. Dr. DeWester finished his internship at the Methodist Hospital in Gary,, Ind. July 1 and has begun! practice in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Snedeker and daughter, Adeline, ofi Plainvlew, Mr. and Mrs. Orville; Snedeker and son, Orlund, the Rev. and Mrs. William Swede-, ker and daughters, Peggy and Kathy, of Bunker Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Snedeker and daughter, Kay, of Kast Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris «nd daughters of Joliet were guests Sunday of Mrs. Automatic humidislat turns (lehuinidifier on and off as needed—just set a dial to level of comfort want! I nit glide.- eanh on hall-bearing: racier.-. Include:* drip pan. ri-lt. cord. See it at Sears! 79 ONLY 85 DOWN 8000 B T U Air Conditioner WHY PAY MORE FOR POWERFUL COOLING! l-HP. 115-Voli. Regular 189.95 • Rust resistant, zinc-coated metal parts for 4 times longer life • Fiber glass filter traps pollen, dust • Fits opening 3(i to 40 in. wide • Zinc-steel cabinet in dark brown *BTt' Katmg> Guranateed in Accordance with official NFMA Standard CM-1958 5-YEAR GUARANTEE on sealed refrigeration unit and 1-YEAR SERVICE at no extra cost! 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