Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 16, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Group to Study Justice Phtn for Jersey County JERSEYVTLLE - The .Ttwt- l«s and Constable Committee of the Jersey County Board of Supervisors will hold a meeting at the courthouse July 22 for the purpose of setting up recommendations regarding salaries to be paid Justices in Jersey County under the new Justice and Constable Act which becomes effective next year. Notices of the meeting have been sent out by County Clerk Thomas Ixrck to all Justices of the county. The notices request that all Justices who are now filing monthly reports with the County Board participate in the meeting. Justices are requested to bring their records for the past fiscal year, Jan. 1. 1959 to Jan. 1. I960, to be utilized In the arrival of a salary basis under the new sy»- tem. Wheat Harvest Concluding JERSEYVILLE - Wheat combining In most Jersey County localities is bring concluded this week. Jerseyville WOM Mark RegentsNight JERSEYVILLE-Wemen of the Moose held Its college of regents chapter night Wednesday evening in the Moose Home Mrs. Laverne Wock, graduate repent, opened the session which was turned over to Mrs. Laverne Bell, chairman of the college nf regents. The officers' stations were occupied by local and visiting members of the college of regents and visitors were present from Edwardsville, Litchfield and Wood River. ' Mrs. Laverne Bell received] a red tassel, another degree' tn the college of regents pro-i gram and the presentation was; JAYCEES AID PLAYGROVND John Mellott, left, Wood River Town* ship Jaycees president,, presents a $200 check to Robert Wegman, president of JTS'JSr^^^-'SSrSi*! *e Mk Part, Drihpi* C,«k, ,0 purchase playground equipment for the park. Wood River City Manager Lee Kraft and Jim Ellison, park playground chairman, look on.—Staff Pnoto. early part of July, average yields have been reported of from thirty to forty bushels per acre in the farming areas northeast and northwest of Jerseyville into Greene County. In districts hard hit by wind and rain and where land is class- Candidates Initiated were Mrs. Elsie Beach of Jerseyville andj Mrs. Marie Brinkman of Be-| thalto. Entertainment was presented by Miss Linda Crawford who sang three selections, accompanied by Miss Jackie Ring- hRusen. ed as thinner mil, yields ranged! An »n vitation Wfls read as low acre. as fifteen bushels per Jerseyille Church Services Are Announced Graf ton Home Bureau Meets GRAFTON — The Marquette Home Bureau Unit met Thursday afternoon at the Rosedalc Educational building, with SOJCapt. James J. McManus. with members present. Members of I five Officers, three Warrant Of- the Rosedale Hustlers 4-}i Clubjficers, and 134 enlisted men, has were guests. | completed two weeks active unit Mrs. P. L. Crull, leader of the j training at Tooeje Ordnance Depot, freshments were served by the'club, announced that the follow-i Tooele. Utah, committee. The next meeting!ing ratings were awarded the The unit is comprised of men of of the WOM will be held July j club at the Jersey County Fair;j, ne ere-,.,,,. Alton - Wood River '* ' " ' the Belleville chapter inviting the group to attend the college night In Belleville Mrs. Laverne Bell received attendance prize. Games were played and re- of regents' on July 20. Local Unit Finishes Two Weeks at Camp in Utah Hospital Notes ALTON MEMORIAL MBDtCAt, Kenneth Slaten, Grafton. William Miller, East Alton. Mrs. Wanda Stamper, 2461 Longfellow. David Creamer, 2932 Wntalpp. Mrs. Juanita Crouch, 205 Michigan. Jesse Bonnell. 2753 Gmndvipw. Mrs. Margaret Hnynes, Villa Terrace. Sharon Spurgeon, East Alton. John Lutz. Rockbridge. Miss Eunice Weese, 410 Chamberlain. Douglas Wallace, 214 Dooley. DISMISSALS Miss Twiln Land, 3707 Berkeley. Robert Thurman, Hartford. Jerry Trout. 307 Brookside. Clifford McManis, 2401 Birch. DarreH Grace, Edwardsville. Kenneth Slaten, Grafton. Terry Schwartz, 2341 State. Mrs. Nadine Briggs. Bethalto. .Ion Bahladells, 1303 Rodgers. Mrs. Raymonde Jackson, Jerseyville. Patty Jo Malson, Bethnlto. Mrs. Befh Simmons, 310 Mill. Curtis Campbell, 3306 College. Mrs. Helen Diez, 3703 Western. Mrs. Janice Hertzog, Wood River. Mrs. Loretta Carmody, Carrollton. W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL POOL HEARS COMPLETION William Wolfe, foreman for M. H. pool of the Montclaire Pool Association Wolfo and Co., of Granite City, looks at Edwardsville. In the background to Into the nearly - completed swimming the bath house.—Staff Photo. _ (Miss Esther Teat, 500 Harper.JMJ SS Vivian East Alton. i Frankfort. Mrs. Mattir Miller, 1918 Plasa. Mrs. Rose Percich, 24 E. Acton, Wood River. SURGICAL Prusaczyk, West I The 936tH Ordnance Company (GAS i, 100 Anderson Avenue Wood River, III., commanded by 27. Injured In Fall* J10 blue ribbons and 3 red rib- ibons for sewing demonstration; JERSEYVILLE — "Offending! JERSEYVILLE — Donald Kal-jone blue, red 'and white ribbon the Holy Spirit" will be thejlal, 5 of Rt. 3, fractured his left'for flower arrangements and -, .,.- T,... ..___,.,! arm when he fejl from a swing iseven blue, three red and one at his home Thursday afternoon. | white for food exhibits. He was brought to the Jersey 1 The major lesson on "Color- Community Hospital about 4:30!ing" was presented by Mrs. Clark p.m. where he was treated and;Legate. sermon of the Rev. Harold Lane, pastor of First Baptist Church at morning worship Sun- In the evening the Amer- Baptist Convention high- day. ican lights on film will be shown. Church school Is at 10:30 a.m. The West Central BYF swimming party and picnic supper will be held at Nichols Park in Jacksonville. Members of the local BYF will meet at the church at 4 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. the Board of Christian Education and BJA committees meet. Quilting will be held Tuesday at the church basement. At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday the Tried and True class will meet at the church to go to the Greenlawn Nursing Home. Wednesday mid-week prayer and Bible study will be held at 7:30 p.m. and a meeting of the attendance committee takes place at 8:30 p.m. At the First Methodist Church the Rev. Jack Tharp will occupy the pulpit at the 8:30 a.m. worship in the absence of the pastor, Rev. Earl Dickey, who is on vacation. The second worship service at 10:45 a.m., will be in charge of Robert Weeks. Sunday school is at 9:30 a.m. Mid-week prayer and Bible study will be held at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday. released. j Russell Sinclair Jr., 6, son of; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sinclair of Fieldon fell at his home Thursday evening and incurred a laceration of the left nostril. He was brought to the hospital about 6 p.m. where he was treated and X-ray examination made to discover extent of his injury. Democratic Women'to Meet JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey County Women's Democratic Club will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Sam Stephenson. At that time further White Hall WHITE HALL — A clothing drive is being sponsored by the Illinois Council of Churches and the United Church Women of Illinois, with the Presbyterian Church of this city designed as the collection center. Clothing will be received from the various churches on July 31, from 1 to 5 p.m. Each church is requested to box or wrap it's donations, and to area. Flying Tiger Airlines fur nished transportation for the main body from Lambert Field, St. Louis, to Salt Lake City, Utah, and the short distance to Tooele Ordnance Depot was by military bus. Tooele Ordnance Depot is known as the military gateway to the west, and is capable of supplying three ports of embarkation on the west coast. Established in 1942 as an ammunition arid general supply depot, it performed a critical roll during World War II and the Korean conflict. Italian and German prisoners of war were confined here and Italian service units were assigned to the depot. , The 936th Ordnance Company studied new methods and performed on the job training. Personnel of this command reconditioned various items of ordnance equipment. plans will be made for the pic- mark each box or package with! Some of fte nights of ithe name and address of thel two weeks traini ng induded nic to be held Aug. 1. Mrs. Frew Enters Hospital | church. JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Harry! Miss j udjt h Sue Frew, mother of Mrs. John E.j daughter of Mr Reynolds, who resides on the old Jerseyville road, entered St. Luke's Hospital Friday for observation and possible treatment Greenfield Eastern Star Chapter to Meet GREENFIELD — The Order Andrews, Mrs. Forrest Andrews, formerly of this city, was one of a class of 60 Seniors receiving diplomas Friday evening at the commencement of the Paxton, m. high school. Miss Andrews, who received a special award for typing, plans to attend the Illinois Commercial College, Champaign. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Search of Eastern Star will observe, i and daughter, Sondra Sue have | participation of the unit in the ! July 4 celebration parade at Tooele, where the performance wasreceived with great enthusiasm by people of the Tooele area. Dependants of the military personnel toured the depot as guests of the commanding officer. UM WA Wins First Round E. A. Title . . EAST ALTON - The East Alton Little League play finished Peggie Dickerson, 709',6 Park, Alton. Benjamin Edwards, 510 E. Fourth, Alton. DISMISSALS \V. M. Arterberry, Roxana. Roy Mohrman, Edwardsville. Diane Marmino, 426 Short. Mrs. Josephine Ventimiglia, 311 Third. Orrin E. Babcock, 524 Monroe. East Alton. Joseph Cunningham, Edwardsville. Miss Imogene Schaaf, 3409 Mc, Arthur, Alton. Two teenagers were granted Debra Sparks, Edwardsville. probation in City Court on five Mrs. Lucille Miles, 3228 Oak- conditions of conduct set up byj wood, Alton. Conditions of Probation Set ForTeenagers John Schaefer. Ferguson, Mo. Firemen Extinguish Blaze in Auto James Martin. 4 Sullivan Dr., T ~ j, ~ mi,; « j i employe of Foster Drug Store, F.nedino Cruz, 1114' 2 Broadway.! ' * . „ , •—- .-—- Mrs. Clara Kelly, Brighton. (drove the Foster delivery car inu d , ,., DISMISSALS ! front of No. 1 hose house. FINNS OPEN RESTAI T RAHT IN DOWNTOWN MOSCOW A Finnish restaurant complete with seven cooks from Finland was set up in Moscow recently as part of the Fourth Finnish Exhibition. Named Miss Betty Flowers, Wood River downtown, at 5:20 p.m. Friday Mrs. Leona Meyer East Alton. and to!d {iremen that the seat of Vassar Caldwell. 95 Sullivan. Ernest Delp. Dow. Bluford Ervin. 527 Brookside. 'extinguished the blaze. "Myrskylintu" (the stormbird), the restaurant, which served typical Finnish meals, was lo(the car was on fire. Firemen j cated Qn the banks of the Mog . Foehrkalb. Judge I. H. Streeper. The two boys, Don Lyons, 19, ST. ANTHONY'S DISMISSALS charged with assault, and Rob-{Mrs. Patricia Waters, South ert Frank Hollis, 18, charged Roxana. with abetting an assault, were j Mrs. Bertha Springman, 1129 granted probation on entering! ileas of guilty. The informa- ions against them were based on an alleged ice-pick throwing ncident of about three weeks which another youth, H. Freshour, was The Rev. M. Edwards Breed ..p riends . Night," at a meeting!returned home from a vacation the first round in all leagues this ill f-riftolr rttt *'Ua Catrosi fltltOmr . _ . i. .,.«. »»,»_;. ! will speak on "He Saved Others Sunday at the morning service at 8:36 o'clock. Sunday church school follows at 9:30 a.m. At Christ Evangelical and Reformed Church in Fieldon morning services are at 8:45, followed by Sunday school at 10 a.m. The Alpha Club will bowl at Bowl Haven in Alton at 7 p.m. The Youth Fellowship will meet at the church for a hayride at 8 p.m. and members may bring guests. Twenty-five cents per person should be brought for refreshments. The council meets at 8 p.m. Tuesday and the women's guild at 2 p.m. Thursday. Sunday school at Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church In Jerseyville will be at 9 a.m. and worship service at 10:15. A meeting of the Couples' Club will be held at 6:30 p.m., Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnston beginning with a potluck supper. Incur Minor Injuries JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Richard Gubser of Jerseyville was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 4:30 p.m. Thursday for treatment of a laceration of the little finger. She was washing glasses when one of them broke and her finger was cut on the broken particles. Carol Gettings, 17 of Grafton, caught her right hand in a lawn mower at her home Thursday evening and the third and fourth fingers were lacerated. Barbara Lane, 18. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lane of Elsah was riding her bicycle on the street in Dow Thursday afternoon when she was thrown. She incurred contusions and a laceration of the left elbow requiring sutures. Here From ArUon» JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mn. William B. Thatcher and •on, William Arthur, of Phoenix, Ariz., arrived this week to spend several weeks here as guests of Mr. Thatcher's parents, Mr- and Mr*. Arthur Thatcher and with other relatives in this area. Return to Arkansas ttoma 4ERSEYVILLE - Mi's. Henry Jacob* and daughter, Elaine, who have been guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Ella Hughes, returned to their home in Par. if, Ark. today. Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Ma-1 tour of the Eastern and Newjweek. school at the Baptist Church rollton chapter will serve as England States. Funeral services for Mrs guest officers. Mrs. Ciller Strang | Grace E. North were held ai is chairman of the hostess com-!2 D - m - Friday at the Presbyterian Church. Services were conducted by Rev. C. LaVern Justis, church pastor Casketbear- ers were Howard Berline, Frank McCollister, Ernest Roodhouse C. E. Roodhouse, Henry Rood house and Russell Roodhouse. Burial was in,the White Hall mittee. Welcome for Pastor GREENFIELD — The welcoming event for the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Harwood, sponsored by the Methodist Church, will be in the form of a social at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, instead of a picnic supper, as previously announced. Greenfield Note* GREENFIELD — Mrs. J. T. Under accompanied her son, John LJnder of Wood River, to Springfield, Friday where she will remain for a visit with her sister, Mrs. C. J. Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Way- torn and family of San Angelo, Tex., are spending this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Felter Wayham. Mrs. Cora Perkins is spending several days in the home of her niece, Mrs. Wayne Shafer, in Delavan. The Rev. Bill Gamer, aji evan- Cemetery. Mrs. Ida Kemmery, operator ol the Hilltop Nursing Home, Mrs. Nancy Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kemmery Jr. have re- med home from a weeks fishing trip in Wisconsin. In the month of January, 1909, a total of 71.54 inches of rain fell at Helen Mine, Calif. gelist from Missouri, is conducting a series of revival services at 7:45 p.m. daily at Rockbridge Pentacostal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cadmus are parents of their first child, a daughter, Charlene. Mrs. Cadmus is the former Denise Thein. "LOOK FOR THE SIGN" OF LOW COST FHA HOME IMPROVEMENT FINANCING |IIIIVIflPIUffJll«BI| I I WE OFFER HOME SAVINGS ft LOAN HOME At Your . . , Lumber Yard, Homo Improvement Doolor, Contractor, Supplier or C«H Ut At HO 5-7781 For Information In the Teenage League, the winless Chief's found sudden life in the final game and tripped Darr's Falcon's to knock that team out of a tie for first place. The final first round standings in the 13-15 year-Old Teenage League are as follows: UMWA, 7-1; Darr's Falcons, 6-2; Shamrocks, 5-3; Trojans, 3 r 5; Flemming-Kilgo, 2-6, and Chief's 1-7. The Just-Rites won the Midget League, 9-10 year olds and the Rasa took the 11-12 Juvenile League title. The second round of play in all leagues will get underway next week. Phrase's Origination Among the ancients, the rose was a symbol of secrecy, and when a host hung a rose over his table his guests understood that everything said was in confidence. Hence came the phrase "sub rosa," meaning "under the rose." ago in Sugene struck. Probation of the boys was con ditioned by Judge Streeper on five provisions: They must at end church on Sunday; refrain ! rom drinking any liquor; do no auto driving after 8 p.m. unless accompanied by a parent; off the streets after 10 p.m. ex cepting Saturday and Sunday evenings; and report monthl; :o their attorneys and to Police Maj. S. H. Roberts. Two other men were in cour Thursday on informations. Otho Randolph Hicks, 52, en :cred a plea of guilty to an in formation charging vagrancy as of late last June, and was given 5%-month sentence to the state penal farm. James Edward Brown, 26, o Godfrey, pleaded innocent to an information charging an in decent act on July 3. He was continued at liberty, pending trial, under a bond already given. All arraigned were representec by attorneys. Two divorces were granted by Judge Streeper at the mid week session of City Court Thursday. Cruelty was the basif of action in both suits. Betty June Wolf of 415 E. Ninth St. obtained divorce from William R. Wolf. Frances Jean Guinn of 427 E. Eighth St. was granted divorce from Robert Guinn of 1530 E. Fourth State. Mrs. Camille Wools, Godfrey. Mrs. Maxine wardsville. Mrs. Mary Frnncis, 2726 Berkeley. Mrs. Willie Greor, Colp. , Mrs. Betty Hagen. Jerseyville. J Milton Johnson. Wood River. Mrs. Rose Johnson, 518 Beacon. Mrs. Frances Jones, 1209 McKinley. John Mossman, Brussels. Miss Pamela Northern, 20 W. 9th. Daniel Porter, 3208 Franor. Mrs. Addie Powell, Main Street Nursing Home. Mike Sadich, Wood River. Mrs. Huella Scales, 1043 Union. 'cow River in Gorki Park. Ed- Martin told firemen that a battery-powered lantern "shorted heat up sufficiently to set fire out" and caused the lantern toito the seat. Mrs. Dorothy Rathbone, 718 Albyj Mrs. Efife Scott. Edwardsville. Open Moo.. Frl. Till • School Shoos Save 25 to 50% Boys' Oxfords, Casual*, Girls' Ties, S« Of) Strap*. 8H to S £iOQ WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-08 E. Broadway 200 W. Third St. HO 5-4266 Harry J Skx* RkUwrdC. Stewart STICK.STIWAIT i CO. tiaM 1M! M. (*Mk) DoJeiwy The Stock-Stew- •rt Agency WM organised to pro* via* better service on insurance matter* tor the public- , Mrs. Mary Frazer, 1216 W. 9th. Mrs. Juanita Hill, 4105 Alby. Lester Crawford, YMCA. ST. JOSEPH'S MEDICAL I Miss Lisa Daniels, 812 Highland. Robert Knight, 914 W. 9th. Mrs. Angeline Huff, 1506 E. 4th. Mrs. Mildred Towse, Rt. 1, Godfrey. Mrs. Lettie Hearn, 1122 Putham. James G. Wilds, 700 Main. Under the decree, Mrs. Guinn was awarded custody of their daughters, 5 and 4 years old, and the defendant was ordered to pay $60 a month for the children's support. The plaintiff is to retain household goods, and plaintiff and defendant will each retain one of the family cars. Mrs. Berneda Schultz, 62 Sheppard. Troy Smith, 656 E. 5th." Mrs. Doris Tobin. Godfrey. Albert Walls, Godfrey. David Wyrick, East Alton. JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL. Mrs. Velta Lester, Jerseyville. Miss Shirley Rankin, Chautauqua. DISMISSALS Mrs. James Lawson, Jerseyville Mrs. William Forbes, Grafton. Huge Fish The arapaima is a relative of the salmon and herring. It is the largest known freshwater fish in South America, feet long and Specimens 15 weighing 400 pounds have been caught in the Amazon basin. 9 A. M. to 10:00 P. M. Daily 9 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. \ Sundays and 4 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. f Holidays FREE DELIVERY! W-Trd 9-251 MAKE IT A FAMILY NIGHT! A. t F. Food Stores 411 PiMM Bledernran Furniture 202-204 IM»M Canon Jewelry SIA W. 3rd Franklin Union Furniture SOO E. Broadway Gorrett Furniture 16 W. Broadway SOS W. Srd W. T. Grout Co. 206 W. 8rd J. t R. Auto Stores Spiegel t*t*lo| DeiU 400 Belle FREE PARKING METERS KTRA GOLDEN CHOPPING HOURS itoSP.M. Myers Bros. Srd sad flMO Paul's Fabrics SOS State St. e •rCMMrrftv 9 ies w. std Scfeiff SMOO Store •SS Bell* Soots loebeck Co. SOf-SS PIUM doVe^EC BflAVsuffloBWoBj SOS W. M |TMfry Drug SIS Belto iTfcrrft Vlck's tu w. to* Vogue ISO W. L & L Furniture 4tn PlMft 8t Young's Dry ftoeoV 104-iM w. »re '' '' ''

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