Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 20, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 20, 1960
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOETMH» Ex-Shurtlef f Mentor Now Living in Alton By StKVfc COttSLfc* Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. (Punk) Wood are now living on Frontenac place off the Jerseyville road since their return to Alton In June from Toledo, Ohio, where they had resided since 1944. Wood and his wife were Alton j residents for years before he was transferred to Toledo in 1944 Orchid Society Meets at Hardin HARDIN - The Land of Lincoln Orchid Society met Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. to bw>me chief coordinator of I and Mrs. Frank L. Fuller In veterans' return for the entire Owens-Illinois Glass Co. system. In 1947 he became personnel director for the Kimble Glass Division of 0-1. He later became industrial relations director lor the Kimble Division. A 'former athletic great and coach In (his area, Wood Is well known to many Alton residents. The athletic career of "Punk" Wood began when, as a student at Alton High School, he captained the 1912 football team to the Centra I-Sou (hern Illinois championship. He also was captain of basketball and baseball teams Hardin. Ralph Egelhoff of the Eglehoff Floral Co. in Jerseyville spoke and demonstrated the' making of orchid corsages. The society members had brought with them specimen ol the rare flower which they had grown. Receives Awards HARDIN — John Meyer of Kampsvllle, a member of the Hardin F.F.A. chapter, received two awards at the Section 15 Vocational Agriculture Fair at the fairgrounds in Carrol I ton Friday. He placed 3rd with a poled Hereford cow, and 5th with a Baptists Will Burn Mortgage At Greenfield GREENFIELD - Mrs. Frank (Jreer, Carl Nell, Allen Cole, Lynn Kliwpr, and Kenneth Cummins, are members of the committee making plans for the dedication and mortgage burning service of the Baptist Church Annex. A meet- in-? of the rommilter is scheduled for 8:45 p.m. Wednesday following the midweek prayer service. The indebtedness on the annex has been completely paid and the committee is making plans for acknowledging this and dedicating the building. The building fund will be continued and will revolve into the building improvement fund for church repairs, decoration, and a new heating unit. : /Greenfield Note* GREENFIELD - Maj. Robert Burroughs has completed three years of staff duty at Marine Headquarters, Washington,, D. C., and is being transferred to 15 months overseas duty in Okinawa, Korea, and Japan. Mrs. Traffic Regulations Set By Edwardsville Council Mrs. Ruth Shields were appointed 8s the program committee. The refreshment committee hi- eludes Mrs. Maxine Tensor, Mrs. Mildred Mutzbauer, Mrs. Inez Home Bureau Unit ! 6 « «* home of M«. Tom Ryd- Meets at Kemper er. EDWARDSVILLE — A serf** of amendments to an ordinance regulating traffic in the city, as recommended by Traffic Sgt. Henry Lienemann, were adopt ed at Tuesday night's city council meeting. The amendments establish Auxiliary at Medora Meets i ficers was held. Mrs. Rlnaker of Carlinville Modernette don MEDORA — lT»e Modernette MEDORA - Kemper Homei aub met Monday evening at the Bureau unit met Monday evening j home of Mrs. Kenneth Stanton, Pauline i Moore presented the major les was in-i son of "Color for Individuals." were ' by Mrs. N«. SST'tn**J25? 1 "- K*-™*- «• •"*:;£ "L™;,« p^r, -K MEDORA - The American; Mrs. ; stalled as president; Mrs. first Maska sec vce Monday president; Mrs. Fay Doughty, his- Hall. A! tartan; Mrs. Margaret Brown. slop signs at the following In-!Legion Auxiliary met tPrsecttons on Schwnrz street, i evening at the legion Grandview Dr.. S. Main. Mon-jreport of Girls' State was given: sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Mary roe, Johnson. S. Benton, Coven- by Sharon Hubbard. whom thelMPtralfr. chaplain; Mrs. Vinita try PI.. Olive, Pine, on thei Auxiliary sponsored. The his-^Eddleman. treasurer, and Mrs... northwest comer of AmmannPl. lory of the year of the unit was Maxine Tonsor, secretary, were and Handle street requiring;given by Mrs. Faye Doughty, absent, New officers will take planned for a pot- dinner Aug 7 at Nichols : bard, Marie Hilyard, Judy Me- p nr k. Jacksonville, with their i Celetta Burton, families as guests, demonstrated tu-, The next meeting will be Aug. 15 at fhe hottie of Chandler, with Mffc Smith as co-hostess. Telegraph Want Ada "CLICK" * " md Di- brown- ; southbound traffic on Ammarnii historian. charge In September. They baked goods they > won on at the fair. i They planned for a picnic Aug. j to stop before entering Intersec- It was announced that Macou- ! Mrs. Christina Rhodes, newly- , tion from the north; and on the pin County Council meeting will!elected president, presented Mrs. Mrs. Inez Mains, served refresh-j southeast corner of Ammann ( be at Palmyra Wednesday, July;Inez Mains with her past presi- ment^. ! and Randle. requiring north-;27, at 8 p.m. Plans were made dent's pin. Thirty-one were pre- September hostesses will be . bound traffic on Ammann to to entertain the Council here : sent. The hostesses Mrs. Minta'Mrs. Vinita KddlemHn, Mrs. Mar- in high school. At Kansas Uni-i poled Hereford bull. Also at the| Burrou ^ s an(J , w() d htm „. „ ^ _ „, _ _ vei-Hity he played varsity foot-, judging was Cheater Knight, vo- !rjved | n Greenf)eld Mond to |n front of 3]7 s Benfon wn ' pre bull and basebi.ll and was a cational agriculture Instructor in, d h| h Maj / Bur . |t interse , ts wltn s . Benton . member of the basketball squad, the Unit 40 High School in Hard ' J He captained the football team;in. and was mentioned as all-Mis-' <»™ Bunion , strpet frQm ^ sour, Valley quarterback. , HARDIN - Miss Rita Friede!] Burroughs will tlon with N. Main to a point After leaving college, he coach-;was named to serve as a repres- *' J D U ,.uu 8 ,i» wm , . stop before entering from thejAug. 24. Mrs. Betty Smith andiGross, Mrs. Stella south. i •Yield' Signs i Yield right of way signs willj he placed at the following inter- i sections : Sherman avenvie where It Intersects with Logan PI.; Logan and Sheridan avenues; Garfield and Sheridan; and S. Benton at the new spur Wilton and 'ion Smith and Mrs. Sadie Maska. 1 Sll THE NIW PARKED "JET FLIGHTER" AT GODWIN omci SUPPLY, INC. 114 E. Broadway. HO 6-7768 "Alton's Commercial Stationer." 40.MJU DAY Ttfff t*«m»»4Mi OUW§ WkNP HIOMT TRIM Ml »m M It NAl NAVItOI lANtt Am.CONOlTlONlO . OP WAMMC10N ADMIRAL light* ef AeMluloft ft*««rv*4 ! roughs' parents. Mr. and Mrs. The amendments make it un-j ! Charles Burroughs, and will spend | lawful to park any vehicle on join his family Aug. 4 en route to California, where his wife and daughters will reside while he is overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cook entertained at a lawn party Monday 50 feet west of the intersection: and parking is limited to two hours in the 300 block of Hillsboro on both sides from N. Kansas to N. Buchanan; and to two hours on the south side evening in celebration of the! of Hillsboro in the 200 block ed the 1916 football team of Al-jsentative on the Alumni Execu- ton High to n successful season, j live Board, when the class of He gave up a chance to enter) 1957 of Unit 40 High School met profession baseball in 1917 to en-!for a reunion Sunday afternoon ter the army and became a lieu-Jin the Hardin school cafeteria, tenant of artillery. After theiClass members, their families war, he became coach at Shurt-iand guests were served a carry- toff College and in 1923-25 coach-1 m dinner late in the afternoon, ^ "^ °' their grandson ' (Countv Tractor and Equipment ed the football team of .Muhlen- following their business meet-l-™ 0 " 16 Hal1 - - ' . ,. t . . . M ., , be,^ College. Muhlenberg, Pacing. , Warren Neil Houlette. son ol|£°- «*t to the intersection of rte returmfi th.-n to Shurlleff; James V. McDonald, president! Mr - and Mrs - Npi ' Houlette wH i Tf ,„ ,fo« as coach there for 11 years. ol the alumni association, spoke i arrive home this week after serv- In 1934 he went to Owens-Illi- to the class members, explain-;'^ '" Germany. Houlette has ar- nois Glass Co. in a then newly!ing the organization and goals of!rived at Maguire Air Force Base, created position as head of the j the association. The class ofjN. J., where he will receive his sports department of Owens-Illi-11957 voted to meet again next discharge. nois Glass Co. [year, and the following year, Peter Reed, who is stationed at He served for many years as'which will .be their fifth anni- j Norfolk, Va., is spending a 20-day of Alton Board ofjversary. Thereafter, they will!leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shafer of Delavan visited during the week- a member Education. Imeet every five years, together Since his retirement in October;with classes observing their of 1959, he has been pursuing a'tenth, fifteenth and twentieth an- hobby of wildlife photography, j niversaries, etc. with a particular interest in taking color 35-mm pictures of birds. Also, he has been engag- j end with Mrs. Shafer's aunt, Mrs. It is also unlawful to park any vehicle in the city where the curbing along the street has been painted yellow. | In other action, on motion ofj Alderman Gerald Klingel, it was agreed to contact state authorities for permission to install 20 mile per hour speed limit signs on streets at school crossings. pita). Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hicker- Get Certificates , „ _ . . i Mayor William C. Straube Cora Perkins. Mrs. Perkins spent i read „ , etter from the Automo . | last week in the Shafer home and ed in gardening at his home ™*? ™l™?^ d > .""« bile Club of Missouri awarding accompanied them to Greenfield, j a certificate to Edwardsvill on Frontenac. he said. Medora Medora Notes MEDORA — Mrs. Joe Kirsch and daughter, Miss Jody, and Mrs. Wilbur Gillespie went to St Louis Tuesday to visit t he letter's daughter, Doris Gillespie, a patient at the Children's HOB- Sunday at the home of Lois Bister. Richard Ruyle, Alton, is visiting his uncle, Byron Ruyle. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richey visited Sunday in Granite City with Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. John Farrell, and daughter were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Roy French attended the French reunion at Beardstown Sunday. Mrs.i Mr : and Mrs ' B ? n . Strode f nd which places the city on the = EXPERT FURNITURE = CLEARING Give your Furniture the care it deserves. Let an expert clean it. HO 5-8141 WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS FOR EXTRA SAVINGS Superior Carpet Cleaners 1636 Main St. Upper Alton HO 5-8141 son have returned home after spending several weeks with their parents in Cuba, 111. Strode, vocal music director of the unit school district, has been attending the summer session at Western Illinois University, Macomb. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Spencer spent Sunday with their sons, John and Gail Waltrip, and families in Jacksonville. Miss Jane Kinser is employed in St. Louis during the summer. She will return to Western Illinois University in the fall. James B. Gary and grandson, Mike Gary, have returned to their home in Kansas City after a visit with Gary's sister, Mrs. Maurice L. Melvin. national honor roll of cities for an outstanding record for safe ty to children of school age. Alderman Jesse Hessel, who has been favoring the publishing of names of those residents who have not paid their city sewer bills, asked City Attorney Robert Tunnell as to the legality of such procedure. Tunnel i replied that he would have tj refer to the delinquent account laws before giving an opinion. Hessel's opinion is that citizens with unpaid sewer bills should be "shaken into" paying the bills by the publication of their names. SMART MEN BUY AT MEN'S STORE 211 PIASA ST. HO 2-8223 Dorsey 4-H Girls Receive Awards DORSEY — The following girls from the Dorsey 4-H Club were awarded blue ribbons in the project "You Make Your Own Clothes," Paulette Bickman, Virginia Beckman, Karen Henke, Marilyn Whitelock, Diana Ruppel, Judy Deen, and Linda Steelman. Red ribbons were won by Sharon Beckman, Cathy Dawes and Linda Jackson. For the project "You Learn to Sew", Paula Bertels and Monica Pelhank won blue ribbons. SUMMER NEWS from Richard Hudnut LIKE BATHING YOUR FACE IN MINTED 3NOW1 NEW MNTEO CRGM8 FACIAL CLEANSER bf RICHARD HUDNUT •Micatioa of beauty •very pore... •t nover before! TWOIUMI FIRST LIPSTICK IHAT WONT MELT IN THE SUN! MO-MVI.T * UCHAJID NUONUT •t roii« •MI Cnllke ordinary lipsbck* when the heat's on, new foll-on 11? QUICK' • Won't melt! •Won't break of! • Won't noearl • Never late* Hi point) b beautifully. .11 tumour long! 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