Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 22, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 22, 1960
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PAGE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 22, I960 Accepts Post As Supervisor At Peotone - John Kru- former principal and t«eh*r *1 the Fieldon Attendance Ofiier. ha? accepted an as Supervising t*r1ncipaf of the Elementary School* of Pent one. Illinois. Community Unit District for the coming year. He resigned from his post with the local Unit in June and Mrs. Kfumelch, a member of the faculty at East Elementary School in Jerseyville has also resigned. Krumeich will leave the middle of August to begin his new- duties and Mrs. Krumeich and children, Bruce 12, and Rena Lea will Join him in Peotpne, as •oon as living quarters are secured. Bruce will be an eighth grade student this year and Rena Lea will enter the first grade, In his new post Krumeich will be in charge of three schools one at Peotone, one at Wilton Center and one at Green Gardens. All three are new buildings, opening for the first time this fall and were constructed at a cx>st of approximately $700,000. He will have 22 regular teachers and three 'special teachers under his jurisdiction and the total enrollment of the three schools will be around 500. The Unit also has a Junior High School with an enrollment of 250 and a five year old high school with an enrollment of 275. Both of these schools are located in Peotone where the Krumeich family plans on residing. Krumeich has a Bachelor degree from McKendree College at Levanon and earned a Master of Arts degree from the University of Illinois in 1950. He taught three years in Pana where he was also Assistant principal and taught one year in the Junior High School at Ocala, Florida. He held an educational position with the Florida Times Union in Jacksonville, Florida for three years where he was supervisor of training. Krumeich came to Jerseyville from Florida and taught a half year at the East Elementary School before he was named Don't Send in Voter Cards.) County Clerk Says NIXON BACKER EDWARDSVILLE - Madison County Clerk Eulalia Hotz today appealed to county voters not to send in the voters registration cards they now hold, unless there is a change of ad dress involved. Miss Hotz said county voters are sending in the cards "by 1he bale" and asking for renewals, hut thai she has to send them all back. The cards will automatically be renewed, she said. A month ago the county clerk Mrs. William G. Stratton (left), wife of the Illinois governor, tries on a Nixon hat in Chicago after it was given to her by Mrs. Helen Link Fargher (right), of La Porte, Ind. It has a bine veil with a royal blue ribbon crown and the name Nixon in red, white and blue letters on the band. (NBA Photo) 13 Girls in Contest at Edwardsvjlle EDWARDSVILLE - Thirteen! candidates for the title of "Missj Edwardsville of 1960." to be selected at the Town and Country Festival on Aug. 12«14, were i distributed pamphlets urging' announced today. voters to check their registra- One phase of t | lc beauty pag-i principal of the Fieldon Attendance Center where he has spent three terms. He also taught the eighth grade at Fieldon. Announces Standing Committee JERSEYVILLE — The standing committees of the Jerseyville Lions Club for the fiscal year of 1960-61 were announced Wednesday by Dr. W. Clark Doak, president of the club, at the regular meeting held at the Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church in this city. The committees under the various vice presidents are as follows: First Vice President Harold Ellerman, Attendance, Warren Pirtle, Edward Roady, James L. McLaren; Constitution and By Laws, Dr. Jack Hormell and John Flautt; Finance, Gus Curran, Gus Roth, John Cory and Gordon Hansen; Membership, Forrest Pirtle, Donald Davenport, Dr. A. Van Walleg- han, Program Rev. T. R. Shea and Ivan Heiderscheid. Second Vice President, Rev. P. P. Heinen, Boys and Girls, James Holste, William Graham, James Wade; Citizenship and Patriotism, Attorney Howard White, Glen Havens; Convention, Dr. J. Katchmer, William Young, George Russell; Greeter, James Coombes, Dr. R. G. Mindrup, Horance Turpin; Lions Information, Kenneth Searles, Paul Horn, R. D. Cheney, Atty. John Suddes, Sight Conserva- corned by the Alton-Wood River Board of Realtors Thursday noon in the Sky Room at Hotel 1 Miss Hotz sald her Stratford. Ben O. Moore, pub-,«<* staff is "deluged" with the licity chairman, reported. They|J« b of.changing addresses, each are Clifford McGaughey and!°- r which entails seven processes. Joseph Wickenhauser. Thirty-four attended the ses- lion cards to determine if the name and address were correct and, if not. to notify the clerk before July 31. During August the new registration 'cards will be sent out to all i properly registered voters. The 'cards will have an expiration i date of July 1, 1964. j No temporary cards will be (issued for any new registra- Two new members were wel-| tions or changes of address, but the voter will receive his permanent card in August. of- Realtors Weli-pine 2 New Members eant will be three nights ol the festival. The young women will be judged on an outdoor stage on the basis of poise, personality and beauty. The girls are: Leone Isselhardt. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. j B. J. Isselhardt, 7 Oak Ridge 1 Dr.; Elizabeth Hellrung, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bartholomew Hellrung. 511 N. Buchanan St.; Sandra Popham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Popham, Sunset Hills Country Club; Carole Ann Bess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bess, West PROPOSED SHOPPING CENTER Architects drawings for the proposed Lewis ft 60 per cent completed, according to L. We*t,Loi All- Clark Plata Shopping Center on U. 8. AltT 67 south gele* Architect, designing the center. Construction Is _ . * ..*• A** *»*• * ^ *ft . * AM * A «.1 . *^ * * * * A A * »_.. Jfl . ______ •---A-, ••• i r <t- vy•«***» •. mmam it7aiw|v§vuifm ^FVJW*VM we, «s* vj» «MW» v • CTVU««* mv'iv'fv *»« «s«»««.xwwy w/K»g»»«g - —•— each of the; of fhe »|,i Rnd v' 'Jntersecf^ott At East Alton are no\v scheduled to start In the near future. Group Wrestling With Madison County Budget French Friends Of Alton Man Obtain Visas sion that featured a film,'"The House Hunters," a production of the National Assn. of Real Estate Boards. Finis T. Rayburn, president; GOP Candidates Meet Thursday Lake Dr. Janice Kay Mason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mason Jr.. 1064 Franklin Rd.; Tona Kay Carter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Carter, 1609 N. Main St.; Anita Nell Bonser, j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred EDWARDSVILLE—The finance committee of Madison County Board of Supervisors has interviewed about one-half of officials! in county offices, after a week of ! meetings, to determine the finan-j cial needs of the various offices, : or the board, presided. i A* F*/liA/Qr/lcvi1lA Rose Marie Boner, daughter of i ill UtlTTCll ilOVlllC I Mr. nnH TUrc Allan Ton Rn«nn H. Bonser. 552 N. Kansas St.; j pl ' ell » suicl - j but the state of the county budget can't be foreseen as yet, Committee Chairman Leslie Prehn of Bethalto said today. The committer will not be in session ne.xt week, but will resume its work the follosving week, lion, Nell Franklin, Edgar | Wendle, B. W. Gustafson, Dr.! EDWARDSVILLE — A meet- iMr. and Mrs. Allen Lee Boner, He indicated that it was still loo early to tell about whether any H. E. Wuestenfeld; United Nations, G. O. Morgan and Robert G'Sell. ing of Republican county and district candidates will be held inext Thursday in Republican Third Vice President, Matt campaign headquarters dh_ the Dwyer, Agriculture, Dr. Emil Gast, Gilbert Moore and Paul Miller; Civic Improvements, Charles White, .Ralph Egelhoff. C. H. Grabbe; Education, Superintendent of Schools O. A. Wilson, Attorney W. F. Hacker; Health and Welfare, Rodney C. Jacoby, Paul Kranlch; Public Relations, Robert Garland, Pat Kadell; Safety, Robert Hitter, and Clyde Hutton. Some of the members at large who are not included in the standing committees have been assigned duties on special projects for the year. tfone? in any price home FRIGfflAIRE BUILT-INS give yoM a "Holiday from Apron Strings!* • Clean, drop'kaf daor wall oven • Matching bulIMn cooking top • Swirling Water Action dishwasher • Matched satin chrome finish • Quiet, fast food waste disposer •, Simplified, automatic controls See Our Large Display 512A N. Main St.; Elaine Ber- Cutting would have to be done in nice Alberter. daughter of Mr.!the 1960-01 county budgel as Ihe and Mrs. Frederick F. Alberter, j committee is not far enough along second floor of Madison Store Building. The headquarters of the Madison County Republican Centrnl Committee is located at 115A Purcell St.. on the same floor and just down the hall from the Telegraph's Edwardsville Bureau office. Established about two months, Republican committee chairman Gehring said he believed it was a service to the public to have such an office here. Hs said there had never been a Republican headquarters in Edwardsville before that he could recall. Besides setting the meeting of Republican candidatesr a meeting of the committee's executive board also made further plans for the appearance at a rally and fish fry Aug. 24 of Gov. William G. Stratton. Gordon Foster Move For New Trial Denied EDWARDSVILLE — Motion for a new trial for Gordon Foster, a relative ol Frfcnk "Buster" Wortman, convicted last month of carrying concealed weapons, was denied at noon today by Circuit Judge Joseph J. Barr. Judge Barr passed sentence on Foster of $300 fine and 30 days in the county jail, as fixed by the jury at his trial. 660 Chapman St. Kay Lee Funke, daughter of Mrs. Naomi Funke, 803 Second St.; Nancy Ann Baptist, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Baptist, 457 Buena Vista; Sharen Gallagher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Gallagher, 604 Thomas St.; and Sharon Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo H. Nichols, 1415 Montclaire. with its interviews with county officials to determine the needs of Uie various offices. The committee is also waiting for the board of supervisors legislation committee to, come up with something definite on the financial needs of the new justice of the peace offices to be set up before anything can be determined about balancing the budget. Prehn said. Foster's attorney filed an appeal to Appelate Court on the and filed an appeal , . . decisjon * Voter File Being! Dorsey Home Bureau ,'Unit Elects Officers Made by Clerk |, DORSEY - Home Bureau <>&* \ cers elected at the last meeting EDWARDSVILLE — A project! are: chairman. Mrs. Leland John- of transferring information from! son: v i t>e chairman, Mrs. Harry precinct cards of Madison Coun-'Steel man: secretary, Mrs. M. C. ty voters to a master file in;Gabriel. the office of the county clerk | The wiit will have a family pic- is expected to be completed j nie Aug. 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the aliout mid-August, the clerk, j Dorsey Legion grounds. Miss Eulalia Hotz, announced: today. The project began June 7 with the aid of college students employed for the summer in the clerk's office. Information being posted is from cards of those who voted in the primary election on April 12, the judicial election on June -6 and the November, 1958, general election. Precinct cards being processed total 24,110 of those who voted in the 1958 . election, 37,783 of those who voted, in the primary and 358 of judicial election cards. Congressman Melvin Price who assured him a representation would be madp on behalf of his request. , Thp visiting, French women arc Michele Buchmann and Yvonne Rotturier. with whom Visas have been granted twoiPackman became acquainted women from LaRonhelle..when he was stationed with UIP France, to enter the U.S. and army in Frnnco in 1953. At that visit here with the Morton Pnck- time, hr nuid, he became man family. Packman sairl he-fi lends with a French family was informed today. that treated him as their son Packman, manager of Towm- and his motive in obtaining Shop here, several days ago i visas is lo make possible some had informed the Telegraph tin-'repayment of thr hospitality, women were having difficulty Packman suit! ihr two would Elm btreet Piesbytenan v«"i- ;obtain j ng visas ,„ cmsf> f rom , Jo ,, Hl1 Monday or Tuesday by lion Bible school will open Mon- Canada where they are visit- train Irom Montreal and arnv day at 9 a.m. for two week.s. H,\ ng j n si. Iritis in l' a days. North Alton News ELJl STREET VBS TO BEGIN MONDAY will be held each day, except H(1 ge|)| t(J , he L: s Consl| , .., Te , a h VValll Ads "CLICK" Saturday and Sunday, from 9j Montrea i a CO py of the July 19 to l\ a.m. and will Aug.; Telegraph in whif;h the original 5, with an open house in <heij tem appeared. He also wrote Mrs. Leonard Sh«-ff. The ncxl council meeting in , August will be at Veterans I Memorial Center. Alton, and •district 12 meeting will be Any. school i _ ... . „ . 3 and 6 at East evening. Project s depicting "The Church", this year's theme, will be on display. All children from the a-^c of 4 through junior high will be admitted. Department superintendents TO ATTEND OPERA are Mrs. John Brown, kinder-; TONIGHT garten; Mrs. Harold Elliott. Clr i,, scouts of Troop 38 will primary; Mrs. Milton Bumbach- go Io st Louis tonighi to **<• er, juniors, and Mrs. Gem Connors, junior high. ATTEND COUNCIL MEET IN WOOD RIVER Members of Ihe VFW Postj 1308, who attended the Madi.son County Council meeting were Mrs. Cecil Hargiss. Mrs. Karl Hamilton Jr., Mrs. Kenneth Howard, Mrs. Joseph Tasso, and 'til" opera "Tom Sawyvr".. They will meet at the home of their leader Mrs. Ray Robert-, son. 2415 Gillis St.. at 6:15 p.m.' TREAT YOURSELF TO Laundry-Ltvcly Sha| Rues! You'll be tickled! nilll F;. Rtluy. Mini IK) 6-8*77 The fires set in Rome by Emperor Nero burned for eight days. PAINTS Evers' Paints 1112 Milton Road HO 3-7289 WESTERN SHOE STORES 8W-OB E. BROADWAY — PL.KNTY Ol PAKKINtt THONGS .Men's, Women's, Children's rubber thong-sandals All rabbi'r Mi uny_ ft _ Mininicr i-otursj p 91 for beach, shuw- rs * er.'Siy.en for men, reg. women, children. 7»c pr. Open Mon., Fri.. Till 9 p.rn Meanwhile, Miss Hotz's regular help is busy with transferring registered voters into the proper precincts that were changed by the Board of Su, ' ." "reeincts '"elude "six new ones • Choice of matching color • $tep>saving food waste disposer Available To Your Contractor • Pthixe built-in cooking top • Swirling Water Action dish washing t Custom imptrial dishwasher • Chalet of kitchen rainbow COMI IN sum YOURULF colors • Soft, quiet food waste alspesei'i on the charge. Hospital News EDWARDSVILLE-Two area residents were admitted Thursday to SI. Joseph's Hospital, Highland. Five patients were discharged. One birth was recorded. Granite City, one new in Helvetia Township and five cancellations in Wood River. Church Services EDWARDSVILLE - Dr. W. E. Bush will be in charge of Born to Mr. and Mrs. Elvin bot| i.the 8 a.m. and 10:10 a.m. Zimmerman, Alton, a daughter, I at 4:01 p.m. Thursday, weight eight pounds, 13 ounces. The mother -is the former Rita Weiss. Admitted were: Mrs. Rose Burian, 422 Buena Vista; Otto Albrecht, 1712 North Main. Discharged were: George Bt !f"^. services Sunday at St. John's Methodist Church. 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