Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 21, 1960
Page 10
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FAOfcTKW ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1960 Insect Pests schedule will be •M Op by tite street department for fogging sU alleys uith in- «e«Hcld» to combat mosqultos •nd fltes, according to plans discusted at a village board liWeHng .Wednesday evening in the ommcil room of the Com- finurtftf building An attachment to the street department tractor was designed tnd constructed by Evan Dawton, ft mechanic of the depart* ftrft JERSEYVTLLR-lt will be a lot more difficult to break not of the Jersey County Jail m the future, for workmon fopgan removing thr old rover screens from the outside windows this Week and substituting new screening. Repairs arr also being made about me -.vindow casements arid the general security of the jail increased by repairs to metal work wherever needed. ttafty DMHk* JERSEYVtLLE -- Harry After, 15-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arter of Jerseyville, was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital for treatment after he had swallowed a quantity of kerosene at his home Tuesday evening. Me was admitted as a patient. Mrs. Stuart Kadell of Jerseyville was brought to the Jersey Conv munity Hospital at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday for treatment of a hand injury. Shr incurred two lacerations of the right hand on a broken glass jar. The wound was sutured and the patient released. Thfw Mark Aimlversarles JERSEYVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. E L. Pitchford and sons, Mike, and the Rov. and Mrs. Carl Hol- warda have returned to their homrs from a two weeks' Western vacation, through the Black Hills and National park. During the trip they visited with Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Lomax of Dayton, Wyoming, friends of Rev. and Mrs. fforwarda, who own and operate me "\JKi$ t. Ranch". The PhYhfqrd's son, David accompanied them as far as Dayton and will remain indefinftelv at the Lazy L. Ranch where he has accpted employment. During the visit the group celebrated three anniversaries. Mr. and Mrs. Pitchford marked their 25th wedding anniversary on June 26, Mike Pitchford was 14 on Juty 10, and Rev. ttbfwarda observed his birthday anniversary on July 14. Rev. Holwarda is pastor of It is estimated that the United States has about 200.000 model railroad 'fans, who collectively operate 3,000 miles of track. Mrs. JCs Meet At Wood River WOOD RtVER - Highlights of the recent national convention in St. Louts were reported by Mrs. James Peat, president, at the Wednesday meeting of Township Mrs. .laycees at the East Altofi Sftvings and Loan Building. Local .Taycpes and Mrs. Jaycces wore represented by 1? registered members, she stated. It was voted to Join the Jaycees in sponsoring a suggestion for coordination .costumes for Illinois delegations at future national con ventions. Mrs. Dale Appleby was named chairman and will submit the suggestion at the Rock Island board meeting July 29-31. Plans were made to organize a bowling team to compete Ml BIB Tuesday night late league at Wood River Bowl. Play wilt start late in August. A total of 2(858 Khouryburgers were sold during the Khwiryburg- er Day sponsored by the Jaycees at the Blevlns root beer stand Saturday, it was reported. Mrs. Jaycees assisted in cooking and serving. Aug. 27 was set as the date of B skating party at the Plamor Skating Rink in Alton. A family picnic was Claimed for Sept. 27 at Kendall Mill Park. It was voted to man the con- cession stands at the ASA t»n Tournament at the Jaycee Bafl Fifeld on Sixth St. July 29 through Aug. 14. An invitation to attend the Sept. 19 meeting of the Jaycees when the program will be on "parliamentary (jfuuHdui'e" was read. Arrangements were made to hold meetings of the coming year at the East Alton Savings and Loan Building, rather than in the homes of Hittnbers. Mrs. Robert Goode. retiring president, was presented a gift. Mrs. Bill Pullen and Mrs. John Melloti were named in charge of arrangements for the Aug. 17 meeting. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Shreddi-Mix Co. Names Directors W00D RIVER - Georgp P- Qravp of Central Lumber Co. was nampd R dirpctor of Shr«Mi-Mix Co., Inc., of BriRhton at a meeting of stockholders Wednesday night at the law of flee of Cox. Smith * Bassett. Grove wa» named a fourth member of the board of directors of the modeling material manufacturing firm to help in both mer- chandizing and production, in the latter instance to advise on mechanization of the manufacturing plant. Attorney RWrti named a dlrwrtor to MICCMQ Marshal Smith, of the fwn* tew Bfin. Re-elected dtttKWrt were Doog. 1ns hair of East AflWi and George Leighty of Brighton. At a meeting ef directors Leighty was re-elected president of the company, 6a1r, vice president, and Mrs. George Leighty was re-nani- ed sPcretary-tr«M8rt». HOW TO RIU ft. IN t DATS, If not delighted wtJhSTROMO In stanf-drytn* T-4-L, Igjf *8 J»cl< at any «>rui jtore. %«jrfi toficted skin slough off. W«tTO healthy Ikln replace It. Itch M4 trarniot are gont> TODAY at Tttftfty firui Com puny.— Adv. fttent. On information received by Mayor Kenneth Nail from the tl. S. Department of Commerce. Bureau of Census, a preliminary count tor the village of Roxana gave 1960 population as 2696. This is an increase of 785 from the 1950 census of 1911 people. This increase of 41 per pent isj very enlightening for the redistribution of state motor fuel , tux. According to the 1960 cen-| sits this would give Roxana a \ decided increase In allotment, j Construction has begun on; the sewage treatment plant by I Fleming & Kilgo. A report was! given by Walter Ogg of the \va- i ter commission of the survey of water users in the village) concerning water softening. An opinion of 5 to 1 favoring the installing was the results. The council passed a motion I authorizing the village engineer- 1 ing firm of Sheppard, Morgan & Schwab to draw up plans and specifications for the installation j of Zeolite treatment of water. ! The board approved a mo- j tion to advertise for bids for j a street sweeper. The authority | was given the street superin-l tendent to rent a sweeper soj that resealing of streets would nol be delayed. Wood River Hospital Adds New Equipment WOOD RIVER — Wood River Township Hospital Directors i Wednesday night approved pur-i chase of an electronic blood; clotting timer at an approximate cost of $600. The prothrombin timer, as it is technically called, is of the new compact si/.e, being approximate in size to a dictaphone! machine. Martin Langohaug, hospital administrator, said. The smaller size units are a recent development from the old; type, which were large A, cumbersome and more expensive, Langehaug pointed out. In other action the board ac- cepter Edward Diestelkamp, 17, 17 Pardee St., Godfrey, to the dental staff of the institution. Dr. Diestelkamp has offices at 49 S. Ninth St., Rosewood Heights. During a patient report for June it was related that 328 were admitted for the month? Thirty- two of that total were newborns. Outpatients totaled 604, of .which 236 were emergency room cases. Bills totaling $44,914.24 were allowed. U. S. 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