Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 18, 1960
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MONDAY, JULY 18, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAUL Hospital Notes If. MtcOICAL Mrs. Margaret Kahl, 832 Logan. Richard KltKmiller, 3311 Badley. Mrs. Janice MOOT*, Hartford. Frank Romano, Wood Riv»r. Leo J. Steck, 1833 Rodger*. Mrs. Mildred Towse, Godfrey. Mn. AmMte OalHna. **, « t .. ,,_. .-.'Mr*. LoWts Bauer, Kast Alton. M i! 8 .SS 1 * 1 ,! Mc l 1 ,£!! (ft > r * r ' m :Mr». Jacqueline Bohenan. Be- 'Gmildmg.Eagt Alton. thalto Mrs. Ote« Bart. Edwardilvllle i Ft . ank Buckner, 310 Mrlnerncv. Mrs. Elizabeth Bergesch, 61? Dsv id Cooper, Kast Alton. .. .. ^ ». „ 'William F. Dale. Edwardsville. Mrs. Almeda Bowker, Seminary ( Mrs Dorothy Daskey. F.dwards- road. v iijp William Kruse. Rt. 1, Brighton. Mrs Sflnf1ra Davis, Kant Alton. Hurry Overmelr, Edwardsville. !Brnjn nonnals, 1102 Cardinal Miss Betty Peyton, Portage dr Mrs Af | a ptoyd, 913 Hampton Sioux, Mo Mlss Mildred Howard, 828 Glennon Rathgeb, Rf. 1, Godfrey Haw lev Kdward Schwegel, 4002 Alby. Mrg D ; m , t h v Hancock, Hart- Mra. Veronica Stawickl, 3006 j^ ,, A1 !l y -« ..„,„ *„,.«, , |J"hn L. Holmes. Bethallo. Lloyd R. Williams, 525 Miami. Mrs g us | e Jackson, 2421 Wash- fttJRCIICAL ' in Eton Mrs. Lois Harwr, 823 Tenny- :Mrs . uij lan Johnson, 218 Ketr. son, Wood River, ;M M Delores Lasater, Hardin John Henderson, 304 Monroe, M J S) , Dorothy Mitchell, 1101 East Alton. , B e ]| e Roy Ballard. Hartford. , Mrs ; p;ii z ,,beth Militello, Wood Christopher Currins, 1016 Marie ; ftj VP r Miss Elizabeth Duncan, Rt. 2. MJ SS Phyllis Powell, Kast Alton. Brighton. VIrs. Rosemory Rhoads. Rt. 1, Clement Halpln. 322 Broadway, i^orlfrev Mrs. Velma McGee. 675 Second, p ran (< ' L Smith. Godfrey. Wood River. , Miss Gloria Smith. 3 K. 10th. Miss Dolores Moehle. Edwards- ^ rK Bernice Westerhold 1145 ville. Veinle. First Finance Committee Meeting Held KDWARDSVII.LF: - The first of ;i series of meetings of Marli von County Board of Supervisors Finance Committee to discuss nerds for the 1960-fil county budget began this morning, with the outcome depending on disposition of a tax Inunction suit seeks to enjoin collection '>f disputed taxes In the county. Committee Chairman Leslie Jersevville Girl to Attrnd FHA Cm JERSKYVILLE — Jane Jennings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Jennings of Route 1. Jer- hilS brrn solertod hy th" Future Homemak ors of America of Section Six. as n delegate to the 20th Annual State Lea-1 Icrship Conference July 25-29 at East Bay Camp. Lakr |Bloomington. Miss has been chosen JKNNttfOS Section Six as a candidate for a state office in the 11 nek Finn To Be Lecture Subject at SW "Hur-k Finn of Hnnnihal. Mo.' will br thr subject Wednesday at 1 p m. at Alton SIU chapel in the second of n summer series of three frre lectures by authoritative speakers. Dr. Nicholas Joost. head of the SIU Southwestern Campus Hu- Hartford Woman Hurt in Fall WOOD RIVET. — Mr*. Veta Mock, 300 S. Delmar, Hartford arrived at Wood River Township i Hospital unconscious and then was transferred to St. .Tohn's Hospital in St. Louis after sdf- fering an injury to the heid last Saturday. Mrs. Mock fell fawn A flight manitiees division, will be the of stairs at the home of a retft- spcaker on "Muck." the famous live at 189 Blair. Cottage Hills. '"jpicareseque character in American Norman Lee Clark, 138 Ofltrtd- litrrature. created hy Mark Twain, ing. East Alton, vvaa admitted Dr. Joost has done extensive re fo Wood River Township HOSpi- «-e hear the decision of Judge Her sppda , responsibility at the """" °!L-.' he . ^.^"^"""llflW Conference will include leading a discussion group and participating as a model in the conference style show. A Senior at Jer- Circuit Judge Harold Clfirk suit." JR. Clark of Alton took the case hinder advisement last month. ! Prehn told thr Telegraph that h k soy Community High School, Janr , 8 fl oommittee rhalrman 0 , her Mrs. Ruth Saxton, 512 Broadway, Kasf Alton. James Bentley. 350 Degenhardt. Dale Davis, Rl. 1, Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Sammle Churchill, 1520 Langdon. LeRoy Killion. 49 Sullivan. James I. Emery, 1111 Hampton Gregory Barton, FOdwardsville ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Alice Kvery. Cottage Hills TJ f O I\I• *• PARADE WINNEHS-P1ASA INDIANS j if the county "has to go to the old tax rate, some cutting will have to he done to balance • locamiA_Chapter. (lie budget." Prehn said Ihe committee estimated the cut o . Z. Whitehead, a featured play er ^^ Katherlne Hepburn In Senior drill team of baton twirlers and drummers adjudged best in the American Legion parade Sunday. The Piasa Junior team \von the state champ- ionship the day before. Both are coach* ed by Norma Jean Hehvig. — Staff photo. j would be "In the neighborhood j Shakespeare Festival Theater at I of $250.000 in the general fund i stratlord, Conn., really has two only." Mrs p fiu |j np Gebhen. 424 Rid?e. DISMISSALS Ym Victor Huebcner, Godfrey. Jfimes A. Hart. 510 Summit. Qulnton Harbison Fdwardsville. Hlnrlchs, 408 Jef- M , s ^ lard ,„ , "M? 1 ™, . ,' Al ^i n - l">»vid Oibbons. 412 Sixth. Mrs. Wanda McCllntock, 1615 •^""g- _ JERSEY COMMUNITY MKDICAL •George T. Jorden, E&si Alton. Mrs. Mary Miles. Fieldon. Klmer Holder, Jerseyville. Therman Jennings, Streator, III. DISMISSAL Mrs. pill Dotson, Jerseyville. Mrs. Orvjlle Johnes. Hardin. Mrs. John Castor. Jerseyville. Mrs. Anna Hoi/worth. Hardin. Mrs. Riley Davis, Jerseyville. Mrs. S. Don Miller. Jerseyville Leslie Schaaf. Fieldon. Mrs. Kenneth Brangenberg. Kampsville. DISMISSALS Mrs. HHU me iicnnen. i/t uinpi-. ., . -.. •-. - . . no -,, *._...,_ Mrs. Kdna Schuette, 1207 Milton. ''^.M';;^"" 61 ' 402 K ' Hallcr ' , C-odfrM Jr.. 79 Kast Alton. idfrny 791 Birch. Kast Alton. Lester Lasbury. 90 Jennings. Mrs. Nellie Woodson, 224 Lincoln. Kast Alton. Samuel' Kratzer. 407 Ashlock. Dennis C. Shoreack. 232 Wood River Ave.. Kast Alton. Mrs. Vera Mock. Hartford. Mrs. Flora Gllworlh. Lincoln Ad- Mrs. Pauline Parker, 1713 Bozzal PVlwntvlavtll** 'Y' tn Mrs. Flora Gilworth, East Alton! ^"Wdiusvuic J lu . Mrs. Irma Bagley. 2336 State. Mrs. Alberta Belcher, 2213 Law- for 2 Weeks ton. Circuit Clerk Pro Tem Eu-j tnern . 'qene Berghoff said that Judge JQooth'out' Clark, who is on vacation, isj in-it scheduled to return until I Aug. 1. 1 Prehn indicated that there : wlll be some interviews with 'county officials this week during first names. He seldom reveals flrst two mrnes a re during his career that has induded i and second degree burns to the the position of acting and also associate editor of Poetry magazine and editor of the Delta Epsiloti Sigma Bulletin. He is a University of North Carolina Ph. D. He has taught at Assumption College and the universities of Miami. North Carolina. Loyola and Northwestern, prioi left wrist and chest. He was cleaning sparkplugs with gasoline when It ignited. His condition is reportedly good and he will be released today. Brush the outside of mushroom caps with melted butter and broil cavity side down; turn to joining the Alton SIU staff in flnd puf g ]m , e butter in the 1958. The final lecture of the three- series is slated Wednesday, July 27, at 1 p.m. in the Chapel. Dr. and Mrs. Dimiter Wassen will cavities, then finish broiling. Delicious on toast with broiled bacon. speak on "Modern Pilgrims." SURGICAL KDWARDSVILLE — The the meetings, to determine the> Cynthia Corzine, Godfrey. YMCA will be closed here for m-eds of the various offices. The Regina Pollard, Cottage Hills, the two week period of July 24: committee will meet every day Mrs. Hazel Hovey 2024 Orchard. through AuR 7 according to until the work is finished. How-, Mr"! C Beu?ah Stonei East Alton. Dan Smith, executive secretary,lever, the committee will not; Freci Scharf, Collinsvlile. who will be out of town during i meet the week of July 25 or the; Miss Jewell Crawford, 820 Lang- the two weeks. week of Aug. 15, because of aj don. | Program for this week will vacation period and a national; Mrs. Bessie Freeh, kane. Charlotte Meyers. 815 Arch be: Monday evening: senior I county officers convention, the SALEAHEAD ,»n:-. i^imiiuiie jneyeix. 013 men . .... .. . . T_I _.-_u ..,„- « n t<i rraham Cottage Hills I Mrs. PJvelyn Fielder, Bethalto. j •»>•» soflha11 « am3 ' minor lea- Telegiaph was told. Verna DeVou^! 217 Wash- Miss Beverly Cooper. 3817 Oscar'gue. Voge Diamond: meeting at ! Under the law. the budget ineton Fast Alton. \ lrs Helone Figy. Wood River, the "Y" of Edwardsville Na->iust be in the hands of each Mrs Marjorie Byrd, 2911 Buena Frank Peich. Edwardsville. tional Association for the Ad- county board member 15 days ' Vista. Alton. " •\" rlr < > «' ScTiwartz. 1526 Langdon_ van( . cmen , of Colorwl Peop , e . before its approval at the Sep- M,v Betsy MarkH 3613 Horn . .Ws Krma^ VoRel 2W Crawford elementarv^ tnmber meeting. Mrs. MildredI Pavish. 114 Oould- ^^Dl^MISSAL^ ; » „,.„„„„„„•, Other members of the finance ing. hast Alton Sandra L. Oseland. Bethalto. DISMISSALS luesaay: upper Mrs. Minnie Swain, 1302 Main, .grade school girl's recreational Mrs. Margerie Clark. 762 Oak-i program. 1 p.m. committee are Stephen B. Ken. Wednesday : YMCA swimming ; npdv . Alto ": Fred Grenzebach, pm at "Y" for lwood River: R - J - Edmlston. P- m - at Y Ior and Dr-,ilp' : V,) 1 Valiant W R TOWNSMIP Oeorge Skundrich, 67 Lorena w. K. iwvrnanir ^ rs terrene Bunch, Bethalto '•".-> •.a^-,, a u lt .-u.ii K , vj^unr.y. orog .., m MEDICAL Mrs Mildred Talley, 392 Cali- Mrs. Hester Prestopic, Staunton P ro « iam Mrs Alice Guthrie. Cottage Hills i [ornia East Alton j Sharon Oertel. Brighton. transportation to Alton pool. Debbie L. Jordan Bethalto. i ' — ;Lcri Toyo. 3212 Edsall. Junior boys softball game can-i ( ' U!l Paul Seehausen. Cottage Hills, i ALTON MEMORIAL |Billy UnLumondier, East'Alton. celeU. "chairman. Roy A. Hatcher, 482 Rosedale.i MEDICAL : p;tul Young. Roxana. Kast Alton. j Mrs Emma Blumenberg, 3554ai Sharon Spurgeon, East Alton. .Tohn W. Davison Jr.. 38 Norma Aberdeen ! Mrs - Marv Anderson, Wood Kast Alton. : Mrs. Alice Richardson, 2229 ! River James Haynes, Memphis, Tenn. program, A p.m. at Legion dia- Bjuford White, 2410 Broadway, mond. Junior boys practice at 11 Sharon Gilworth, Jersey- Voge at j p m Friday: junior girls softball Read Te l e graph Want Ads Daily game. : ... Saturday: "softball-for-fun" SURGICAL ' Gesche. Mrs. Vera Mock. Hartford. : Stanley Allen. 1029 Langdon. James Breeden, 630 Trube. Alton Dock Brown, 2350 Lincoln. Diane C. Reis,-South Roxana. .Miss Cheryl ; brook. Hodge. Meadow- James Porter, Wood River. Harold Keene. East Alton. Robert Guess, East Alton. ville. Mrs. Letha Starkey, East Alton. We Rewrve the Right To Limit VJuan title* NATIONAL'S MONDAY, TUESDAY and Wednesday VALUES! PRICES GOOD THRU 1862 EAST BROADWAY ALTON U.S. Gev't. Inspected, U.S. Gov't. Grade "A" Farm-Fresh, Whole FRYERS 837 EAST FERGUSON WOOD RIVER WEDNESDAY, JULY 20tti 910 DELMAR NORTH ALTON 1 1/2 re 3 Lb. Average Sintwt Rtmeved Lb. U.S. Gov't. Insptctaf Sliced BEEF LIVER U.S. Gev't. Inspected, Lean, Pure, Fresh, Country Style PORK SAUSAGE 39 C SANTA ROSA PLU S LB.25 C Chunk Tuna CHICKEN SEA OP THI 2 "49 WITH COUPON Chunk Tuna Obitkin of tit In, 2 rtf • 8ini 418 With TMi Coupon OJd • $1,80 Purcnait or Mori Redeemable u( any National Food Store. Offer expire* Weaiieniday nlte, July 80th. Minit One Coupon to a are gas sta tions through"', ««le of the .erv- Mrs. Erma Mowrey, Hartford. lre found ln U - S ' S as stations. Mrs. Louise Wilharm, Worden. In many cases a motorist must Miss Teresa Boehm, 1213 Ed- fill his own gas tank. uardsville. |_ _. Mrs. Wanda Cosgrove, Edwards- Homer CantreU, Wood River. ville. i Mrs. Hortense Pleiffenberger. Mrs. Betty J. Ellis, Wood River. I 463 Bluff. Fred Mover, Chicago. Morris File, 3410 College. Paul Glaeser. 1409 Spaulding. Cindy Haugen. Jerseyville. Mrs. Gladys Oldham. East Alton 'Ginger Anderson, Gillespie. Open Mon., Frl. Till B School Shoes Save 25 to 50% Boy*' Oxfords, Casuals, Girls' Ties, SO QO Straps. 8^ to 3 fc««MI WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway NOW... 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