Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 20, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 20, 1960
Page 9
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PAOBTBW ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, I960 Hanner to Plan New Wood River High Building WOOD RIVER - The Manner nn<1 Associates, architects. firm, 21 E. Acton Ave., was selected |hy Wood River Community High School Distriel 14 Board of Education Tuesday night to I design a proposed additional ! Mike Vancll to Return To Europe for Treatment BETHALTO - Mike Vancll. 9. of Bethalto will return to the Swiss clinic of Dr. Paul Niehaus on July 27 for additional cellular therapy to save the boy from ma- rular degeneration, a disease of the central nervous system, the Telegraph learned Tuesday. In a telephone conversation the bov's mothers. Mrs. A. 2 Fire Runs At Bethalto AUXILIARY OFFICERS At left Is Mrs. Pearl Carnella, new iutant and past department commander, commander of the Disabled American Mrs. Claudia Laycock, right, is out-go- Veterans Auxiliary, East Alton. In cen- ing commander—Staff Photo. ter Is Elva M. Johnson, department ad- Disabled Vets Auxiliary, Unit 3, Installs Officers EAST ALTON — Mrs. Joseph; Mrs. John Hunt, conductress: Carnella was installed com-1 Mrs. Leo Bechtold, patriotic in- ntander of the Disabled Amer-istructor; Mrs. Louis Lander. loan Veterans Auxiliary Unit 3jhistorian: Mrs. John Garrison. Ill ceremonies at the Commu-i sergeant at arms. nlty Recreation Center Tuesday; Mrs. Laycock, retiring com- Move Library To Wilshire At East Alton EAST ALTON — Grand opening of the public library in the new addition to the Wilshire Mall Presiding as installing of fi-i pres jd e nt's pin "by Mrs. Hunt onj w >H be observed this weekend - - • i in conjunction \vith the formal evening. imander. was presented a past cer was Mrs. Elva Johnson,;behalf of the Auxiliary. state adjutant, assisted by Mfesj A citatjon proclainiin g the Y! rg . 1 - n _ i ".. T * 1 !*' 1 State treaSUrerit local unit as first place winner ;cy , -in press book comptition at thr- ; «u„«.»,,„., u,, seated were" .- j. , -board chairman, has eo ' i slate convention was on disp ay. i as conductress. Other officers (opening of the Wilshire Pharma- and Superior Carpet Co., Mrs. H. A. Mittleman, library Mrs. Howard Bradshaw, senior!^ '^^ w . fls comp (j e( j jj y Mrs \ Ribbon cutting ceremonies by - vice commander; Mrs. Donald, Hun| who served gg puWic ,^ Charles Vanpreter. mayor, at .. . . . * . 4 1 111 I I »T|I1_/ iTV-i » X,U U.J S.TU--- BaBey. junior vice commander; , and -•- book chairman . Mrs. Harold Laycock, treasur- • er; Mrs. James Dunnagan,; chaplain; WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING AD JJf TOMORROWS TELEGRAPH SUPERIOR CARPET CO. A second citation received at the convention, was awarded in recognition of submitting complete reports on all phases of work during the past year. I Highlights of the convention held in Decatur in June were reviewed by Mrs. CarneUa, who stated the prize of a diamond wrist watch awarded during the event, was won by Mrs. Bradshaw of the local unit. Plans were made to entertain .junior members at a wiener roast covered dish dinner at A Million Dollars to | Relieve Itch of Piles j It is estimated that over a | million dollars a year is spent ion varied remedies to relieve jitch of piles. Yet druggists tell 10 a.m. Friday will officially open all three establishments and will be followed by Open House at the -library until 9 p.m. On hand to greet guests at the library will be Mrs. Olive McDonald, librarian; Mrs. Ruth Eyers and Paul Santy, assistants; and members of the library board; Mrs. Mittleman, Mrs. Joseph Apple, Joe Nolan, Lester Gentry, Jack Wier and Gary Hanks. Mi-s. McDonald reports that since the library was moved from 212 E. St. Louis Ave., July 11, an increase in circulation and registration has been noted and children and adults alike, are taking advantage of the spacious reading room in the air conditioned building. "Frequently all 12 chairs at jyou that ! Peterson's cooling, astringent | the children's reading tables are occupied and many adults Ointment soothes I pile torture, in minutes. 55c box for 85c tube applicator. Peterj son's Ointment gives fast, joy- iful relief from itching. Be de- 1 lighted or money back.—Adv. spend their spare minutes en- Rock Spring Park Sept. 13. No meeting will be held in August. classroom building. The three other Al- J. Vancil, the German physician architects'^quested that Mike return to the considered for the job were: P.|clinic fm- more injections of a St.; treatment developed by Niehaus. Mrs. Vancil said that Niehaus was pleased with Mike's progress i since his last treatment by cellular therapy. Mike has shown improvement in body weight and classroom study since his return from the Swiss clinic. The boy attends classes at the Missouri Scvhool for the Blind in St. Louis. His teacher. Miss Helen Burhop, reported recently that the boy showed marked improvement in hs power of retention, his Hoener and Associates. Louis; Keeney and Stolze, ton, and Behrensmeyer Home of Quincy. Manner's firm will start Immediately preparing preliminary sketches for the proposed building to be located on the east side of Whitelaw avenue across from the high school. Rebekahs Meet WOOD RIVER — The charter was draped in memory of the late Mrs. Elsie Monken at the Monday meeting of Thompson Rebekah Lodge at IOOF hall. Mrs. Millard Cole, vice grand, presided during the business session m the absence of Mrs. Oswald Acord. noble grand. Plans were made to sponsor an ice cream social in conjunction with the municipal band concert at Central Park Aug. 3. Mrs. Vemon Culpepper was chairman of the entertainment committee and numerous prizes were awarded for games during the social hour. Mrs. Melvin Keilback was grand prize winner. Speaks In Indiana WOOD RIVER— Clarence Decker. 46 Heights returned home Monday after serving as a guest speaker at a University of Indiana lecture course on Public Health. Decker, secretary-treasurer of the Madison County Tuberculosis Association, who formerly served as president of the group, is a member of the Board of Directors of the Illinois State Tuberculosis Association. His talk on "Public Health Pertaining to TB Control" embraced the latest realm of TB control in the home with drugs.. Such a program is gradually being put in use throughout the country. ability to sound letters and his (president. William C. Taylor, understanding of number facts, j The drawings are being prepar- With the favorable progress | PV by engineers associated with made by Mike since he returned | National Pools Inc. in Florence, to Bethalto the Swiss doctor saidlj Alabama. Taylor said bids will be that additional treatment might ilPt as SOOrl as flna] plans arc ap . help the boy in showing further provod by the Boardi Cub Outing BETHALTO — Members of Cub Scout Pack 101 attending a picnic and outing recently at the Standard Torch Club it was reported Monday. Games were in charge Larger than Nevada, Utah and Idaho combined, Chile covers 286,000 square miles. joying the reading area and our excellent selection of current magazines," she stated. Approximately 75 new bor- BETHALTO — Firemen answered two alarms Tuesday, it was reported this morning by Fire Chief Lester Cook. Firemen extinguished a fire in an auto owned hy Kenneth Baldwin of Wood River about 11:45 a.m. The auto was located at 1340 West Corbin. Two hours later firemen were summoned to Surrey Lane at the .west end of Bethalto to extinguish a grass fire. Firemen were on the scene about 30 minutes. Pool Drawings BETHALTO — Final drawings of a proposed swimming pool to be constructed in Bethalto are expected to arrive here in several days it was' reported by pool board improvement. Accompanied by his mother, Mike will leave St. Louis Lam- berl Airport next Wednesday by jet plane to New York. From New York Mike and his mother will continue to Geneva, Switzerland, on a Dutch airliner. They will travel by train from Geneva to Montreaux-Clarens where the clinic is located. Nearly $8,000 was contributed to a fund for ike by interested persons who wanted the nine- year-old boy to have hope fqr life. Macular degernation i s a fatal disease of the central nervous system. Telegraph Want. Ads "CLICK" o! Jim Dmvtes. Prizes In flw fishing derby ware won by Curtis Davtes and the turtle race waft won by Paul Overbeck. In other games the sack race wai won by Stephen Wall; the three-legged race won by Emma and Stephen Norrls and the ball pitching honors went to Jerry Hands. Cubmaster Curtis Law announced a meeting on Aug. 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Village Hall. Plans for the nest year will be outlined. It was also announced that the Cubs will sponsor a wiener roast al Camp Warren Levis on Aug. fi. The group will gather al the Bethalto Park at 2 p.m. for the trip to the Canip. Swimming will also be held at the camp. Roadway Express Co, Holds Safety Banquet Deltes Knight of 1828 Woodland Ave., Alton, driver superintendent of 'Roadway Express Co., St. Louis, served as master of ceremonies Tuesday evening at a company Safety Banquet at Ruggeris Restaurant, St. Louis. Knight and Bert Purtz of 521 Kent St., East Alton, presented Safe-driver awards to members of the company. Purtz is safety supervisor for Roadway Co. 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