Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 22, 1960 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 22, 1960
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FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1900 AL1UN fcVLWNO TKL&URAPH Coronation Saturday at Wilshire Mall Center EAST ALTON — Mini Janice Lee Dabbs, Miss Wood River Township of I960, will preside at coronation ceremonie* crowninl "Miss and Little Miss Wilshire Mall" at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Wilshire Mall Shopping,Center parking lot. The program will climax the three-day grand opening ceremonies of the relocated public Ji- brary and two new business plac- rs, the Wilshire Pharmacy and Superior Rug Co. in the new addl- dltlon to the Mall. Seven contestants are competing for the title of Miss Wilshire Mall and 65 tiny tots have been entered in the Little Miss category, it was reported today. Announced by Edward Kitzmll- lor, Businessmen's Association president, has announced judges for the beauty contest will be Mrs. Elma Becker, cosmetology Instructor of the Olin Vocational School; Mrs. Nancy Haydon, prominent in local youth ( activities; and William Bierbaum, display advertising manager of the Alton Evening Telegraph. A trophy and $75 wardrobe will be presented! the winner of the Miss Wtlshire Mall title and the runner-up will receive a plaque and a $50 wardrobe. Little Miss Mall will be awarded a troplty and a $25 wardrobe and her runner-up will be presented a plaque and a $15 wardrobe. The Saturday evening program District Club * Leaders Named At Wood River WOOD RIVER -' Mrs. Herman Davis, Wood River, hM been named publicity chairman, and Mr*. John Stosky, project chairman, of the 22nd Junior District of the Federation of Women's Clubs by Mrs. B. R. Hill, district director.. The announcement was made at a meeting of the District Board Wednesday evening at fh« home of Mrs. Hill. State handbook*" were distributed to the Club presidents and the dates of County, District and State meetings were announced It was voted to recommend the district continue sponsorship o! the Mental Health program as the principal project of the year, The suggestion will be submitted to the membership at the Sept. 27 fall potluck at Belleville. State projects of, the Junior division for the coming year will be continued support of the scholarship fund for teachers of exceptional children, and the Brain Research program, Mrs. Hill reported. Included in General Federation #-< SCHOOL LAUNDRY 0. Wayne Stevens, head of maintenance at East Alton*Wood River Community High School, pones with new _j ' " LauhdryPays AtWoodRivei 1 High School laundry equipment at the school.* Staff Photo, WOOD RIVER - In the one- will open at 7 p.m. with entertain- 1 P">Jfcte which will be supported Junior Cubs are: stamps or ment by the Alton Chapter of S.P.K.B.S.Q.S.A. Barbershop^ i disabled ™ te "™ and conclude with the beauty pag cant. CARE with proceeds in benefit of Latin American countries; promotion of Special entertainment at the ! the Salk vaccine program,and i one hundred per cent registra- Refinery Explosion Caused No Damage WOOD RIVER—A slight explosion in the separator box attached to the sewer system at Standard Oil Co. plant at l;;rjob''s"DaughTGrBelher'88""'in p.m. Tuesday resulted in aif orma | ceremonies Thursday'at man laundry of Wood Riveribuge cloud of smoke and no Masonic Temple. Community High School, apprftx- damage, Richard Judson of thej inducted were: Gayle Ciena- imately 100,000 towels were not! company public relations de-; n an, Kathy Davis, Jacqueline only washed, but were sterilized, I r"» rtment - said - Six At Wood River WOOD RIVER - Six candidates were initiated as members during the past school year. The fire, extinguished I Schmidt, Kay Cown, Tommy Lee in 45 Johnson and Sandra Heathman The laundry wan started in;minutes by the company firej Escorted and introduced were: 1950 to launder towels used in equipment, was confined to the'Nora Karban and Barbara Lar- physical education classes, and, unlike most school laundries, the laundry at Wood River also ster- Ccnter parking lot tonight will feature a free concert by the East tlon or V0lers - ilizes. Alton Recreational Center Play-j Attending the meeting were:, Tlftr facilities are also used to ground Band at 7 p.m. under thej Mrs. Eldon Orr, 22nd District | Jaunder equipment used by the direction of Robert Hubbard,iP resident ; Mrs - Rov Levine - Dls -various athletic squads. small concrete separator box, son, past honored queens; Mrs. Judson said, and burned only!Archie Stupperich, grand second ! messenger; and Edward Scar| borough, associate guardian. Janice Kirk and Marilyn Bak- black oil. 88th Birthday WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Anna! |cr served as pro-tern officers. Miss Mary Hinkle. honored crade school Instrumental music j' rict Secretary; Mrs. Gerald Rec ently new equipment has i ^f 1 * 6 ,° f her ** birthda y at «he queen> announced a reception is t o replace thejj" 11 ", y ev enmg party at Al- te| planned for Sept.'9 when supervisor; "foiiowed"by a dance \ s f encer ' Pf 8 ' t / unior director; j been recital by students of the Jean| Mrs - &*"** Kna PP- Eaflt St Fable Dance Studio at 7:30 p.m. Charles Van Preter, mayor, cut Louis Junior Wednesday Club; Mrs. Edwin Carney Jr., East Junior; equipment purchased second hand |^ WAom ^l H ° meu ^ th ^ ^8", Nancy Doerr, grand representa- when the laundry was started in 1950. jle's Auxiliary as host. 'tive to Missouri; and Mrs. opening Prizes were awarded for games | Stupperich will be honored. Mrs. „ uuo 6 ».—,._ . „ „ ... t . „ D""ng the past 10 years the and contests and the bonoree was; E . H. Tice, Granite City, grand the two new business FranclSl Bellevllle Junior; Mrs. equipment, which was more than presented a gift and birthday guardian, will be a special guest. • Ohillln Cs»K/\nn*»t 1/wul s*nntajvi —- . . . . • .-ml* A Dnf*4AAU*M^.Mt n ..<**.,». «M.»».>1 . , . . ...... places and the library. East Alton Club Board Meets EAST ALTON — Projects and j Phillip Schoppet, local {chairman and those mentioned above. To Receive Communion WOOD RIVER* — Members of Altar Society of St. St. Anns Bernard's Church will receive communion in a group at 8:30 a.m. mass Sunday in the church, it has been announced. programs for the coining year were discussed at the Wednesday meeting of the executive board of the Woman's Chib at the home of Mrs. Charles Gabbert, president. The proposed budget was submitted by Mrs.. Joseph Glassey and will be presented for the approval of the club membership! "•"V-'L at the September meeting. j^ ^^ Reeling.** fa D. of L Meets At Wood River WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Alvin Stolze way appoined chairman 30 years old when purchased, has more than paid for itself, the district board of education' feels. The installation of laundry facilities came about as the result j Joseph Baker, of a school health program bas- cake. Refreshments were served. Picturas taken at . auxiliary sponsored parties during the past year were displayed by Mrs. ed on studies made at the Uni- Mrs. Ethel Moores, president; verstiy of Illinois Health Clinic. iMrs. Lei and Swinney, Mrs. Bak- A dancing party will follow. The program featured a report by Mary Jean Smith, librarian. Mrs. George Nader and her Serving as hostesses we r eicommittee was in charge of social hour. Ghana is moving to extend The new equipment consiste pf er and Mrs. George Hairitargerj mechanlcal . plougn l ng on lts tifnchcai- ann ftamtrinieral fvna anH riaitcrMAt* I r ° a washer and centrifugal type extractor to remove water before the laundry is put in a large commercial type dryer. The dryer was purchased with the orfc- inal equipment and is still in good operating condition. WoodRiverCubs and daughter. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" farms to increase farm productivity, Accra learns. Speaker Truman May Advises on 'Lawns and Gardens 9 < WOOD RtVER — Truman May, County Farm Bureau Advisor, spoke on "Lawns and Garden?" at thr Wednesday meeting of the Gfirdpn Gub at the public library. Soil should be' tested to deter- minr deficiencies, hp stated and a healthy lawn depends on a spring application of fertilizer. Insecticides applied at the same time aid in pest control. .Hr recommended the use of ^ Rocking Chair For Wood River Roxana School » Budget Down By $431,900 Club Governor to Visit Roxana ROXANA - President 8. W. Frey ronduried a alwrt i»itn> bly following the dhwwr nwtt- ROXANAUThe Board of Wtt.|i"l Wednesday of tt«r fc**ry ration has Approved » budget'Club at the Presbyterian Ohufr-h for the fiscal year. 19BO-61, of and it was announced the dW- $2 342 651 trict governor, Ketric R. KlMw- -rt WOOD RIVER - The purchase {decrease of $603,354. of a rocking chair for the^ nur-j PH tj ona i f ur ,d wns scry of Wood- River Township Hospital as a gift from the baby The edu-l Klingman is director of increasediral music at Canton Setitor .,»., f, .,,... ^-.. ,- ,_,-.- _-_-_- w till II IV! Cn HC \in. <F *«Wl *t\J*r • M i*mrj t * I. * * alumni, was voted at the Thurs-| 8 , ves a nct decrease O f $453,14ft. |«"d song leader of the Havana , commercial products for the control of crab grans and stated com- day meptinR of"the executive mcrclally poisoned peanuts arej board of the hospital auxiliary ,„„„„„,. .„ ...... „from lt.772.875 to $1,423.080.i High school, minister of mtttic increase of $190.206. This «1 the First Methodist Church on effective in eradicating moles. He answered questions of his listeners and distributed literature from the State Department at the close of his talk. A skit, "Growing Plants", was presented by the Junior Garden Club under the leadership of Mrs. Robert Morse. The youngsters made the presentation of a gift to Mrs. F. D. Foutch, immediate past leader. It was announced the Junior Club will participate in the fa'll flower show at the Lewis-Clark Junior High School, with an exhibit of African Violet plants, presented to them as a gift from the club when they visited the basement African violet garden at the home of Mrs. Russell French, Monday. i Discussion of "club policy" was led by Mrs. Hulda Traband, president, during the business session. A "crazy hat" contest featured the social hour with Mrs. Traband awarded the m'ize for the prettiest entry (yards'of net and artificial flowers); Mrs. Smith C^Bean, Alton, most original (combining can- na leaves and flowers); Mrs. Paul Holder, runner-up, (vegetable garden) and Mrs. George Thompson, most comical (a large squash as a head hugging turban). Guests were members of the Garden Section of the Alton Woman's Club:' Mrs. W. 0. Staube, Mrs. Martha Gunter, Mrs. J. R. Williams, Mrs. D. D. Graver, Mrs. J. W. Stewart, Mrs. Charles Rook and Mrs. Bean. . Arrangements were displayed by Mrs. J. M. Delaney, Mrs. Kenneth Stover, Mrs. Harry Saners, Mrs. Arthur Cronan, Mrs. L. L. DeWester, Mrs. French, Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Traband. India will put its Home Guard Corps on an all-India footing. It has been functioning only in certain areas. at the hospital. Mrs. Fred Westerholt, president, reported the washable toys purchased by the auxiliary, have been presented to the pediatrics ward. Mrs. Westerholt and Mrs. Clarence Hunt were selected delegates to the state convention in Chicago in October. Named alternates were Mrs. Louis Cox and Mrs. Alvin Blair. A special sewing meeting to fashion articles for the hospital courtesy cart will be held at 10 a.i%. Tuesday at the home of Mrl Hunt, 209 Kent Ave. Mrs. Joseph Camp reported, tray favors were made at the recent meeting at the Westerholt home. Home From Trip WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Mabel Haynes, Wood River; Mrs. Helen Frey, Bethalto; Mrs. Linda Hauser and Mrs. Azeida Hunt, Alton; have returned home from a fishing trip to Imobdin, Ark. Roxana Cubs Plan Supper at Park ROXANA — Cub Scouts of Pack 25 will have a Pine Box Derby Saturday at Belk Park beginning at 2 "p.m. The families of the Cubs will have a pot; luck supper at 5 p.m. Takes Part In CUnlo ROXANA — Miss Carol Jo Brien, daughter- of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Brien of 776 Berry Rd., a 1960 graduate of the Roxana High school, took part in a college advisement and orientation clinic last week at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. Miss Brien is one of 533 high school graduates this spring who attended one of the > two- day clinics. The students,' 255 girls and 276 boys and some represents a decreflse of i Rotary Club of which he has $451,935 from the prior year been a member since 1932. ; when it wns $2,794,586. Included! Indian Sinter* in the budgetwa 9 S1.423.080for| WASH1NGTON (f} _ ^ the educational fun* *«J^; S , ster9 of M ercy of the Union, a Roman Catholic order of nuns to building bonds and Interest fund, and $40,564 for the transportation fund. that runs 10 colleges In this • country, is planning a mission A breakdown on the education-! to al fund is as follows: general|£ f h , s ^^ fdr ^1,^ train . control, $937.800; $50,780; operation, fixed charges. $15,700; auxiliary, " "' $144.900; capital outlay, $59.000; |Kina ' and contingencies, $60,000. The breakdown of the building fund was: General control, $1000; fixed charges, $4.400: maintenance. $44,500; debt service, $264,107; capital outlay, $550,000; and contingencies, $15,000. Anticipated income will be. 1 Balance on hand. $61,215; state nid. $240.000; taxes, $810,000; driver training, $3,000; nigh school, $500: school lunch, $105 000; athletics, $4,500; tuition $400: refunds and supplies sold $14,500; reimbursement Stat Board of Vocational Education $4,600: and reimbursement to special education, $2,780, for total of $1,246,495. Roxana Notes ROXANA — Wayne Sturgeon son of Mr. and Mrs. Cllfto Sturgeon of Doerr Ave., .is i Pekin visiting his cousin, Wi mer Sturgeon, for a week, Mr. and Mrs.. Robert Terrj and daughters, Sharon an Mary, of Fresno, Calif., hay been visiting friends in the are the past few days. The Terr family moved to California from South Roxana three years ago. Mrs.-Harry Jones and daugh ter, Pamela, of Anacprtes Wash, formerly of South Rox ane, who are guests of her pa) from southwestern India. It ,'lis the first such program of its ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Con* Hartford', have been friends and former 198 parents who accompanie their sons and daughters; wer guests of special clinic session conducted jay the university of ftcials. MUSflS £!<^« = 53 To Get Awards members who wish theii listed in the year book. Plans for hosting the Fall meeting of the County Federation Nov. 3 at the First Baptist Church were discussed. Mrs. Glassey and Mm, Harold Chamberlain were "named cochairmen of general arrangements .for the event; Mrs. L. D. Archer, Mrs. Adam Deahl, Mrs. rett Peyton, decorations; , p . Mrs. D. A. Alderson and Mrs. I ? George Smith Jr., Named by Mrs. W. L. Little, regent, as members of the committee were Mrs. Charles Corrigan and Mrs. Albert Means, Elec tion will be in September. Plans for installation which will be held in joint ceremonies with the 11 other circles of Madison County in October wire dis cussed. The event will be held for the first time in Wood WOOD RIVER — Jubilee Mrs'. Mrs. Truman Froman, Mrs. Favre Gould and Mrs. Sadibel Weir, tickets and reservations and Mrs. Joe Nolan Jr., music. Paper Drive EAST ALTON - A waste paper drive will be conducted by Cub Pack 12 Saturdesy starting at 0 a.m., Leroy Phipps, cubmaster, has announced. \ N 3 Slightly Hurt in » v . Wood River Collision WOOD RIVER - Three pej-- sons were slightly injured In a three-car collision in front of Albrecht Chevrolet on Edwardsville road at about 9:30 p.m. Thursday and were treated at Wood River Township Hospital. Mrs. Ellen Guccione, 661 E. Penning, 1 Mrs. Frieda House, Granite City, and Mrs. Renee Bassett, 26 HaJlick Ave., Ed- wardsviNe, were treated and dismissed. The three women were passenger* in the oar of Freddie House, 2217 Cleveland, Granite City, which was involved in a three-car collision with cars Little announced, the general i Skundrich and Howard. All members rangemcnts committee are: Mrs. Robert Klein, Mrs. James Laughlin, Mrs. Ray Elmore, Mrs. John Mrs. Emmet interested in bowling are to attend' a special meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the K. of C. hall to make plans for the fall opening of the D. of I. Leauge. The program featured a t a 1 k and demonstration of "ceramics by Mrs. Louis Chairney. She was assisted by her sister, Mrs. Har old Dwiggins. Mrs. Sam Adams served as program chairman. Mrs. Donald Clausen was' chairman of the hostess committee. driven by James Clayton, 402 Ninth St., and Jimie Joe White, 103 Gerson, Alton. FALSE TEETH orwoWtff IOMM? counters FELLOW •TUDENTi WOITT SUIPECT YOU WMH GLAUU — WJtai Tfcfu'jf» &i>l!ff f from awards commemorating the 30th anniversary of Boj> Scouting, will be presented to members of Cub Paclc 44 at a family picnic and outing Saturday at Kendall Hill Park. Presentation of the awards will be made by an official of the Piasa Bird Council in ceremonies following the 6 p.m. covered dish dinner. The group will assemble at 4 p.m. at the park, August Tuttle cubmaster, reports, for a recreation period of games and con* tests with Dens competing for high honors in stilt races, sack races, puddle jumpers etc. The props for the various contests were made in recent Den meetings. SAVINGS UP TO $200 . . . ONCE-A-YEAR OPPORTUNITY! DOORS The first brick house built in America war'occupied by William Penn. •pa DOOR MIRRORS We Cut Ttwro to Fit Door. BMily IfliUiled. W by U.Utth Dow, MIRROR $1643 BJTJf fir Lyon COtM Ito. DEFROST REFRI8ERATOR SAVE $90 10-FT. REFRIQERATOR YOU PAY ONLY '189" DEFROST FREEZER SAVE $200 Rt|. $429.99 Brown AUTOMATIC DEFROST NOW $279.00 DEFROST AUTOMATIC F, i FREEZER SAVE $165 DIAL DEFROST $205 NOW ALTON HOME IMPROVEMENT •KOAOWAY ALTON, PHONE Free Parking in Bear of Store Off Ridge 2-9244 VaflaneH KH h.p. tnettnt* eaflM stretches i*sul>r s«« like rabbiir panda. AHematorelectric sy«M» help* battery laii-lonier. Urti- tized body w rust'proofed, rattle; proofed. Result: you ride in ityfe for Ittt with Valiant. Wheelin' and Deali in Y««r VaOaw msn'i <mt M i cam M wtemr duriftf "Vstent Vahtt Day*." He pays am* tot trad*, wife new «a« fee test. Result: you All your f«rape «fefc» For the "King of the cts Don't run... */v« to your VsJiMt Dealer! "Vakant Value Day*" •re bar* Dfivs t big tariiia M*

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