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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 15, liKK) Thought Him Demi California Woman Meet§ Father After 40 Years KAST ALTON - Mrs Alrxan der Vujovirh, Stockton. Calif., recently met hf-r (nlher. Leon \Vi>bb. 142 WPS* Onk St.. Alton, alter 4li years. She hud bren told that IIH j father was de;td. ! Mis. Vujovich is visiting with hpr father while staying nt th<> Lewis and Clark Motor Lodge in Last Alton. Child Swallows Solvent Taken To Hospital WOOD RIVER — Beve-rlv Clon- The Cnlifornia housewife didn't know Mr. Webb. When she was'13'inner. 3. daughter of Mr. and years old. Mrs. Viijovieh found .Mrs. H C. Cloninger. 506 Wost out Dial her stepfather. Kit-hard ;St. '-ouis Avr., East Alton, swal- H. Vick of San Francisco. Calif , : 'owed a solvent Ttiursday around was not her real fnther. She was 12:10 p.m. nrid was treated and told that her real father was released from the Wood River dead. However. Mrs. Vujovich' Twvnsh 'P Hospital. suspected that her father was The child's mother reported alive. 'what had happened to the East When slit wrote to her birthplace this year birth certificate to obtain for work. her the Alton Police, and Chief Harold Riggins drove both the mother and child to the hospital. Other children treated and released from the hospital were: Wayne Brooks. 2. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Brooks, 145 Lindemvood St., East Alton, for laceration to the right side of head: and Robert D. Heins, 4, truth of her father's existance was revealed. Her father was later located in Alton. Mrs. Vujovich was first given the address of her uncle, Rurie Webb, who contacted her .father. A meeting was arranged for the father and daughter by the Rev. Father John M. Young of the St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Alton , Others treated and released The marriage of Mrs. Vu.iov.chs | from the hospilB , were: Mrs parents was annulled by the par-| Anna Ruskini 124 West Third St.. enls of her mother. Her father j Rox . inUi for i acerat jon to the was 17 and her mother was ]6|, op „, head; Mrs Rachael L at the time of their marriage. !j e ff PrSi 335 Penning Ave., Wood Her mother told her father that j River, for laceration between !.son of Mr. and Mrs. Garland] M. Heins, Rt. 1, Alton, for in-| jury to the right leg. : FIRE INSPECTION Williamjoties To Head Post At Brighton BRIGHTON - William Jones, local representative of Illinois Power Co., was elected commander of Brighton American Legion Post Thursday night. He will succeed Willard Livingston. Other officers named were: Gporgp Leighty. senior vice commander; Charles Spencer, junior vice commander and sergeant-at-arms; Glen Watts, finance officer; Belmont Scheffel, hall manager. Plans for staging a picnic or other money-raising events during August were discussed and the commander was authorized to enter into an agreement with a carnival company, if suitable dates are available. Otherwise the event will be put off until next year. The post voted to buy, under certain conditions, 12 uniforms to be used by a post drill team for ceremonial events. BrightonChurch Program Listed FIRE FIGHTING INSTRVCTtON Members of the Cottage Hill* Fire Department receive Instruction on the use of the new fog nozzle. Operating the hose, left to right, Assistant Fire Chief Norman Shewmaker, Dave Sloan and Lonzie Crawford. Fire Chief Bill Bryant is the instructor and James Fairless is truck operator.—Staff Photo. |ger and the former Mary Jean j Swan, and his paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Metzger of Ml. Vernon. BRIGHTON - Relief preach-j Visitor* from West ing will mark Sunday services) BRIGHTON Mr. and Mrs. in two Brighton churches. |P. E. Porter of Youngtown. { Sid Hormel of Jerseyville, aiAriz., and Mr. and Mrs. J. K.<™ government aid to cities and Roxana Club Hears Langen , ROXANA—Al Langen spoke ami has been named Jana Lynn The son is Timmy, 3. Mi> Y.mcey is the former Mis^ Deane Matthews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Matthcus of Thomas street. f)l*chariced From Service ROXANA—Sp4 John Picker- Louisville, Ky., Seminary stu-jSmalley of Davis, Calif., visited communities following the din-;in«, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arvil Wood River firemen this week Start- Williams St., Chief Pinkerton, left, and |dent. will substitute for the Rev. j recently with Mr. and Mrs. John ner of the Rotary Club Wednes- Pickering of Rohm place, hii^ ed their free Home Fire Inspection Pro- John Barach were among firemen mak- Iw. K. Lacy of the Presbyterian Ash and other Brighton friends, j day evening in the First Pres- l-ren discharged from the she was going to raise her daughter to believe her stepfather was her real father. Therefore, Webb thumb and forefinger; and Rob- 1 ert M. Baldwin, 219 E. Jennings St., Wood River, for laceration gram. One of the homes inspected was that of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cooper, 1440 ing the inspections.—Staff Photo. didn't make any attempt to reach j to the index finger. his daughter by his first marriage, i The last time he saw his daughter! Tjf nnf j !?,•,.,«« was when she was two years old. I 9f OOa> I\.lVCr Webb is an employe of the Alton State Hospital and has another daughter. 20 years old, by a second marriage. Mrs. Vujovich: ftj nns P»-/»i«*»fc is the mother of two sons, Mi-,' **«"»* ruj9 t l.> chael, 16, and Patrick, 14. Wood River Pastor and Wife to Visit Europe I \VOOD RIVER — The Rev. l Edwin IT. Grant, pastor of First ; Methodist Church, and Mrs. Grant will he among the party jof 30 persons who will leave WOOD RIVER— A cake walk; nest week for a tour of Europe She was born in Anna, 111., and: .,, (ne South R O xana Homecom-'j n the Churchmen's World moved to St. Louis when she was ! ing Aug 2 9-31 at the Dad's ;p eace study program. about three years old. She later C!ub Pa ,, k) was adO pted as ai The study tour is arranged project of the Eagles Auxiliary jat the Thursday meeting at the each summer by the Methodist Church Board of World Peace Eagles Home. j n interest of promoting peace Mrs. Frank Repence, Mrs. I and a better understanding Sam Triplett and Mrs. Helen among people of many nations. Langford were named as the Dr. Carl Soule, board secre- moved to Stockton, Calif. Postal Jobs Open At East Alton EAST ALTON - Earl Hill, postmaster, has announced July 20 as the deadline for applications for the examination for custodial laborer and fireman laborer posi- f c .. l1urea - during the social hour ^ u tions at the local Post Office. ' iat 1he Julv 28 mee ting. Each!°! ) ,? ramn!1 f g * Ulr D . Applications will be accepted j niember was instructe d to bring!"',' 11 atto " d lh % "T T" without residence requirements, „„ arfin io ( ^ •*,» BQ u .Playi, Wiesbaden, Bonn, Be:-. however, priority in certification will be given to local residents or bona fide patrons of the Post Gf- i project comrnittee by Mrs.ltary, is heading the party com- Ethel Moores, president. j prised of local and conference Plans were made to entertain (officers of Boards of World the residents at Alton Woman's Peace throughout the United Home Thursday evening.. A white elephant sale will he an article for the sale. States. Among the places to be visited are: London. Paris, Geneva, i (where thev EDWIN H. GRANT Church. His sermon topic at the The pair of couples were en! hytrrian Church, hoopers. • He returned homr 10:15 a.m. service will be "The j route to New York from where; Birth Tuesday and has been stationer! :Lost Confidence in God." ' ( they will embark on a European j .Announce » at Fort Campbell, Ky. He en- The Rev. C. H. Koertje will tour for two months. j ROXANA Mr. and Mrs. John ]!fijp() jn October, 1958, and prim ( Yancey of Hazelwood, Mo. are, to f . n | is , ir)K had attended South Different and good: cooki announcing the birth of thoirl prr Illinn j s university, Carbon- J serve in the pulpit of St. Paul j Methodist Church in the absence , !of the Rev. C. B. Johnson, at chicken livers in butter and use j second child and first daughter (| . j|f> f()r , WfJ vears both morning and evening serv- them to top portions of spaghet-, Wednesday in St. Mary's Hos- ;ti and tomato sauce: pass grat-jpital at Clayton. The babyi Textile products is the majoi Indiana Visitors ;ed parmesan or Romano cheese.! weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces. I industry' of France BRIGHTON — Mrs. Josephj ~j^^, m , ma m,n mm :, t n ii.iii»i. m HIM j^MJu^iimj-^-JiLi,^jmumiLULJMO^^^mamiM^^^^^^m ices. WSCS Meets at South Roxana SOUTH ROXANA-The Women's Society of Christian Serv-,,, ... , , ice met Wednesday afternoon! Snhoeberle and daughters, Marat the Methodist Church andif an and ™™' « turnTe * to * he ' r Mrs. Walter Huebner presided. ' 1ome ln Columbus, Ind rhurs- Mrs. Burdette Pruett presented ' day morning after spending a the lesson, "Walking in the i ™ nth - ] ° n ? Vlsit . wlt £ M ™| Light" and "Christian Use of Schoeberles parents, Dr. and Leisure Time." ; Mrs - R "' ° rr \ „ „, fc . , . . ; Past Noble Grand Club A monologue on a missionary and her diary was presented by Mrs. Eva Booker and Mrs. Virginia Cuthrell. Mrs. Maurice Legate read an article on Japan as the missionary lesson. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Pruett. South Roxana Noted fice. Competition in this examination is restricted by law to persons en- j titled to veteran preference. | There is no maximum age limit, however, applicants must have reached their 18th birthday on or before July 20 to be eligible, Hill stated. The rate of pay lor the custodial laborer positions is $3,405 per| local unit will host the Sept. 25 meeting of District 8 at the! lucal lodge hall. j Wood River Man Charged After Auto Crash Moscow and the Hague. River Honors Ex-Leaders BRIGHTON — Past Noble Grand Club of the Rebekah Lodge will meet at the IOOF Hall at 8 p.m. today. Betsey Ann Meeting BRIGHTON — Betsey Ann Picnic Association will meet at American Legion Hall this evening to plan for the annual pic- SOUTH ROXANA—Miss Pa- nic set. for July 22 and 23. In rvicia Bienemann, daughter ofjThursday's Telegraph it was Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bienemann \ mistakenly announced the pic- Sr., of Wasman Lane arrived'nit: would be July 29 and 30. from New York by jet Tuesday: Youth Outing 1 for a vacation here. Miss Biene- BRIGHTON - Members of jinann is assistant designer of the Senior Methodist Youth Feli junior dresses at Judy Wayne,' lowship went to the William line.. New York City. ! Burk lake Wednesday evening i Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Van for a picnic. Rained out, they Interviews have been arrang-, - • ,-.„„*„„ (nY . ed with leading church and no-j WO OD RIVER-Paat matrons' Ca '»P and daughters, Donna returned to Wesley Center for including Metro' , .i ancl Gwen of Venture, Calif..'games. .... "?.. %..__:.._ i ;ind Patrons of the Order cf, formerly of south Roxa na. are; Those attending were David Star were honored i visiting relatives in the area. lEbbeler, April Barber, Becky guests and filled the stations! The Rev. and Mrs. Victor<and David Swan. Sharon and and politan Nikolai of the Orthodox Church, Dr. Martin Niemoeller. Bishop Dibelius and NEVER BEFORE THIS REDUCED /PRICE! Men's Wash 'H Wear TROPICAL SLACKS Propst Gruber. Methodist Christian homes in W O O D RIV E R—Ronald G.! delegation. las guest officers at the Thurs-JHerman returned Wednesday tojJudy Moore the Rev. their home on Inrtlunn drive Mrs. C. B. Johnston and Mr. day chapter meeting at the Ma- "^ " ome on inaiana drive, Walter Ahlemever and both East and West Germany sonic x'le l from New York where theyland Mis. Walter Anlemeyer and will be opened to the visiting T |have been on vacation. They.son. Dean. jo imaeu ser\ea as wortny vvpre accompan j e( j home by the! i matron; Elmer Giliis, worthy year. Some positions rearing less Haynes of 3847 Humbert Rd, tne i«v ana „„ , i «-- toan a 40 hour week will start at 'Ali,«i. was charged with care-' leave following the Sun «w»rhn,,r • less driving Thursday as tne , morning _ sei-vice _ to moUn First Grandchild BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. The RPV and Mrs Grant will! ' „ t „ , ' ""'"'' Rev. Herman's mother, Mrs. orviumun. — mi. a.m »..=. ™lowing heSunday i"?*™" 1 Bertha Belangee asso- c , ara He who ^ v|s|tiG . Wesley Swan report the birth O \ tr 1VJUWV* IlJJi »•>«- .juj.uwj \r,min *-,»,i*-.,^\M • f^tioefr... 'Pntflrvn ' _ *• ., ; £: * ™ U ~J~U:U *. W**» : per hour. driving Thursday [•suit of an auto accident with to ^ matron; Chester Taylor,, k)) . a few momhs> year, with" less than -10 hour peri 1 " 0 "*- '-'' Kice st week starting at the rate of $1.76' According to a police report, ' per hour. No written examination j Simmons was driving south on is required for this positon. Ap- W««d River avenue in a car plicants will be rated on training »«™d by Dr. T. J Kelly 817 and experience qualification*. Wood River Ave. When Wm- Further information, applica-1 m " ns Carted to turn into Kelly * forms and announcements driveway. Haynes, who was traveling in the same direction, collided with the back of the- Kelly vehicle. Haynes is scheduled to ap- The Rev \ o! tneir first grandchild, a boy York where thev will leave !™ a1e P atron = ***»« B ^-iKennaiTte pastor'of the Wanda i Michael Gene Metzger whoj 'dell, secretary; Macy Berry, i and &JUtn Roxana Methodjst i weighed in at seven pounds, five j ounces Thursday at 6:45 a.m.! at Belleville Memorial Hospi-i tal. His parents are Don Metz- KCs Install Ne-iv Officers pear before Police Magistrate Thornton J. Lancaster ut 6 p.m. today. WOOD RIVER — Edwin Hoffmann was installed grand knight of the Wood River Knights of Columbus council and John Bast tion may be obtained at the local Post Office. East Alton Class To Re-Decorate Pastor's Study EAST ALTON-- The Daughters of Ruth class voted at the Thurs- , day meeting at the First Bap- 1 chuck Bono and Rotierl Decker. 1 Norman Williams and Pat Tar- .Vlary Rhodes, conductress;; Mabel Flatt, associate conduct-j I churches. Georgia Miller, marshal; Wave Gabbert, organist; Loretta w d .. . SOUTR ° ROX " NA ™1 Junior :1 Modern Woodmen met Tuesday : Unda Morrison andMrs. Clay jiit the Dads' Club Park with; Rcvenhurgh and 10 members | their leader, Mrs. Leota Me- ai tended. After the meeting r-, . . , . rr, T^. U J « >..*.*. lt,MU^.. , iTJlO. L4IZVJIQ i»l *-- . ll 1 I I'l HI t?U . /Ailtl I I It: I11^*,I4»»E> noerr, Adah; Fern Richardson, jo]asson asgjsted Mj , s , ^ {Q ft Ruth; Christine Vaughn. Esther; | tpice Riggby , Haynes Nursing Home ^ M 1 Margaret Schult, Martha; Maude Quillen, Electa; Paula Burgstedt, warder; and Howell Barnett, sentinel. j Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones, j long-time members, were ape- Two guests attending werehuimming at Roxana pool. ;was installed as head of thej f . iH | h on orees and were present- Bethalto Council during joint in-| e( j g jf (s j n appreciation of their Wood River Scouts to Attend Jamboree . stullalion ceremonies of the two clulis here Thursday night. i Other officers of the tuo coun- service. Li'vis. The outing is in connec- cils installed l>\ Ralph Hcnk-jtion with the scout jubilee and haus. district deputy with tlu>jj,i| scouts attending will re- WOOL) RIVKK — Jua Wiseman, local officer listed first were: list Church to re-decorate the pastor's study at the church and finance the purchase of new furnishings and draperies for the room. Mrs. Joseph Glassey, president, Mrs. Hillery Barker and ceive a special badge. Anyone! desiring transportation should; Mrs. Floyd ^Biaine were named ^ Troo|) tmd(J1 . th( , leadership O f Harvey Sparks. Al Bri'itwi'isei 1 . Scoutmaster, reports several members of the troop received awards during the week's outing at Camp Warren in charge of the project. The purchase of a desk and! chiair for the study has been, bv the class. , A pledge o! $50 WHS voted members of Buy Seoul Truop 34, jantino, deputy knights: Ralphjfoniact Cubmaster Robert Sul-j will leave Sundu.v to attend the;Graham, George Strick, fhan-||j vun j National Jamboree at Coloradocellors; Jim Pellegrlno. Roy .Springs, Colo., the following twoj.Stotler. liiuuidaJ secretai-ies; \M>t>k.s. I Fred Giiu-oma, Charles Crini.' The Ixiys wili participate an I recording secretaries; William: the Piasa Bird Coun- jCorrigan. Bob Turrant, war-| dens; Ed Seidti Jr., William, Factor, treasurers; Joseph J.j Barr, lecturer; Howard Sparks, j F. W. Mennenger, trustees; Joe j Jedlicka, Dr. A. C. Sammis. nd-j vo<:ule.s; Gerry Kienstra. Tom) inner guards ami and Kd Xakrew- |l<<-viK Hiekv Tounseiui was induelcti! Connoyer, s » m toward financing the exterior painting of the church building Revisions tt< the constitution . ... . . vei-e appK.ved "" lh( °" J ' T '" ""' AlToW ' an The Rev. John Lul^s pastor' llol ""' liy rilll "*' r!> s " l '"'.' yi ***"-\ „ of the RuK^otjd Fust Hapti.t UIMS "' |1 """- d '', 1 ' r ; Sl '° Ul "''' KuXUIIH j guard awani. Bill Buiterworlh, Robert De<'k> o: Jell Sniil ei John N.iel Huiierworth, Town JULY ONLY DRY CLEANING SPECIAL 3LAHKETS Church, prt sented a speaker of the > ki - outsi(lt> « uanls - _ I O Ha\'P 1'n'IIH 1 FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY illustrated with eoinu-ti slide- A patriotic theme w,^ uM.-d at. the decorating mot it lui the bocial hour arranged hy Mrs. Harry Starkey and her committee. Mrs. Lobos wat- a guest Cub Scouts ei and Ueckei, rowin«. Other troop inemlM'i-s purlici- paling in (lie outinu \st le Phillip Keith. Dennis (,'orsa, Gar> Teasley, John Harae.n, Jim Haiuier and Keith Bell. SOUTH ROXANA of Pack iM ad II will have an all-da) family pic-, IQA • IdwM nic- Saturday at Camp Warren ' •"*"' HQ J. 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