Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 23, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 23, 1960
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY 23, I960 Wood River Boy Contest Winners Injured When At Wood River " \\OOD RIVFJR — Car ami I'"' 1* . V>8DlnPl doir contests were held at the three! city playgrounds Friday. Winners announced by Leroyl y 1\OOr> RIVER-Roy Colley 4. Emmrk. recreation director.- mi of Mr. and Mrs.' Jark Col- are: Central Park: Car. Dennis ley. 306 Park Lane, was admit-.Kellin. smallest: Mike Jeffries. led to Wood River Township Wettest: G»r\ Linn, oldest: Paul Hospital Friday after a china r '«»^''- most modernistic: Den-; rjrtiinet he «««. climbing lipped Ml " nopn • most original and over on him. in " sl '"'i'*"al in beauty. Doll: Nancy Jeffries, smallest. Patty.. Fr,\. biggest: Na.ncyi Skundrich. oldest (a 30 year old: doll >: Barbara Phillips, most un-' usival: Linda Rltter. original ini beauty: Teressa Sample, origin-1 _ , . , , al In dress. ! Patients receiving emergency Ens , End; ^ ^ GJffopd j treatment at the hospital Fri- smalles) . Bobb ^ Croene „,„ i day. then released included: „,. gtcvp K , ada mos{ moden) I JerryBodenbach^lS. sonofMr. istic . Junior „, „, w t and Mrs. Otto Bodenbach, 509 Joe Stratton or)gina , in beauty . Bowman Ave.. East Alton, for a| Mihe Le nacher> most unusua l ; | minor Injury to his right side,, DO,).. Kathy Galet(ai oldest , | a foreign object struck ,j udy Bard sma || est; Susan Gall. most unusual: Jane Gall, origin- Karen Turnbeaugh. 4. daugh-; a i ln dress: Beverly Gifford. or- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward, jg ina | in beauty; Sandra Watts. Turnbeaugh. 653 First St., for a biggest. laceration of her right foot in-! \v es t End: Car. Harold Stew, curred when she stepped on a,art. smallest and oldest; Harry toy at home. jZimblemann, most unusual, Dale Cheryl Duvall. 5. daughter of!Stewart, biggest: Joe Totora most Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Duvall.!modernistic and original in beau- 822 Walnut Dr.. Cottage Hills. ji y; for a puncture wound of her Doll - Terry Hauhc, biggest: The lo( was treated for a tac- e'-atlon to his right side and a contusion of the head. He uas reported in "good" condition this morning by hospital officials. where the youth. right foot suffered stepped on a nail. when she Joyce Sadich, most unusual, >most original and smallest: Vicki Kratzer, oldest: Marilyn Alton Woman Arrested Smithl original in beauty - LIBRARIAN HONORED Mrs. Olive McDonald, librarian, left, with the silver pitcher presented during the Friday open house at the relocated East Alton Library. Mrs. H. A. Mittleman, board president, (center) made the presentation on behalf of the board in recognition of 22 consecutive years of service. Mrs. Joseph Apple, board member, is at right.—Staff Photo At Vk ood River WOOD RIVER-Lorene Dasey The Big Toe contest previously' announced for this week will be held next Friday with the youngs- Mrs. Olive McDonald Librarian Honored on Relocation Of Institution at East Alton Roxana Church Program Listed ROXAWA-The Rev. L. E.; Mustain, pastor of First Baptist Church will use the theme "The; Law of Moses in the Light of I the Gospel" at the 9:45 a.m. 1 unified service Sunday and at I 7:30 p.m. the topic will bej "Keeping the Record Straight." Intermediate Young People I from the church who will attend Ihe HJ-Mo Baptist rhurcb camp near Peoria next week are, Christina Belts, Georgia KSy, Arnold. Sandy Stevens and K.; C. Killebrew. Monday evening; the Vacation Bible school teachers will have a preliminary meeting to plan for the school Aug. 14 through Aug. 21. The Rev. Charles Alstott, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene will conduct the 10:30 a.m. j and 7 p.m. services Sunday. The district annual convention will be held next week. Monday through Sunday, at Nazarene Acres near Springfield and the Rev. Alstott and family and sev-j eral delegates will attend. j Girls who attended church j camp this week were Tracy and i Trudy Tauibee, Carol Walls.! Charlene Hansen, Nancy Cooki j end Karen Johnson. ! i The Rev. William E. Rice,, | pastor of First Presbyterian j ;Church will use the theme "In-; I visible Investments" at thei 110:40 a.m. service. Sunday, ; school is at 9:30 a.m. The se»-l ! sion will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the church. RIBBON-CVTTING Kast Alton Mayor Charles A. Van- preter gives verve to the ceremony of cutting ribbon on occasion of opening enlarged section of Wilshire Mall Shop- ping Center at East Alton. The East Alton Library has been relocated there. —Staff Photo. ters competing in categories of: ! W.M.U. Have Pro«rani EAST ALTON—Mrs. Olive Mc-i time and she reads at least one the war and has shown a steady i ROXANA—The Women's Mis Hermen. 3331 E. Broadway, Al-! lhe funniest, silliest, biggest and | Donald, librarian, was honored j diopter each night. While pre-: j ncrease j n () 1e years since. "Jsionary Union, Day Circle, of ton. was jailed Friday on almost creative in decorating theirjduring the Friday Open House if erring biographies she also en-| s | 1P s t ate d. More than lOOlthe First Baptist Church met charge of being under the ih-| toes ' ->' the re-located public library > joys modern fiction dealing with I books nave been borrowed daily i Thursday at the church. Vacation School j Fires at Boys ••• ' * To Open Monday Stealing Gas At South Roxana beverage I Wood River Fire Chief in the Wilshire Mall, with the i Presentation of a gift citing her jf 0 r ?2 consecutive years' serv- jicc. ! She became head librarian I June 1, 1938, only 17 months current problems. Born in Carbondale, a daughter of Mr. Etherton, and Mrs. Chai'les A. Mrs. McDonald fol- , , WOOD RIVER _ Fire Chief | ofler (he opening of the library lowed a career of school teach- ir/g lor a number of years after college, teaching at Olive fluence of alcoholic on a public street. f She was apprehended on Ed-| wardsville road at Third street. | Arrested at the same time; was Richard Andrus, 48;- whoi listed the same address as the' Hermen woman. He was arrest-j' tusseu ™iKerton, 131 i.aton, at 212 E . S t. Louis .Ave. and!Branch and a Jackson County ed on a charge of "no driver's " 1S convalescin g at home> h . u . cont i n ued in the same posi- ruval school before coming to license" and fined $5 and cosls' t , oday followin B an auto acoi ' lion throughout the years. Roxana to teach the second on the charge by Police Magis- •".' Iatc ^ edne * da . v "'g' 1 ' in In speaking of her long serv- grade four years, fiate Thornton J. Lancaster. whldl hls car uas totall - v wr<?l ' k - ice in an interview with a Tele-: Following her marriage, she The Hermen woman was fined i e( *' . jii-iph reporter, she stated, "I-moved to East Alton and has $10 and costs but was still being Pinkerlon suffered a deep j, )V( , my W ork and wouldn't! continued to make her home held this morning for lack of| s ^ alp _laceratipn. contusions and;change places with anyone.|here, and despite her many ,... ,. ..... , ^ ,,_ ... ...j, . librarian, she still since moving to the new loca-j tion July 11. More and more youngsters are reading now, where a few years back they were watching television and most of our patrons were adults, she said. EDNVARDSVILLi: Boys stealing gasoline from an Alton area farm were fired u|K>n b> SOUTH ROXANA — The Wan- the owner as (hey left the scene. da-South R o N a n a Methodist " u ' as reported this morninii In the afternoon Mrs. Newton | c)ll)| . ( . h Bj , )k , S( , h(K)| wj|| begjl) by Madison County sheriff* at South Roxuna, with Victor Herman as superin- ISt,. was lined $100 by Police /Magistrate Earl Vuagniaux on a 'charge of careless driving. V'etter was arrested by Edwardsville Police Capt. Melvin jTrcbing. Alton Man I'inecl Mv Kasi Alton J.P. Tucker meetin conducted the business! ; and read devotionals. Monda y Letters from missionaries were read by Mrs. fucker, Mrs. Albert Bean and Mrs. L. E. Mustain. payment [ j • , v,-i laii^t pjav^co VYJU» aiij *-*iic. I abrasions to his left elbow and! since we have moved to the A wolverine is capable of dragging a carcass thrice its own size for a mile or more. Bethalto Insurance Agency "A Policy for Every Hazard" John Mull Agent and Genera/ Broker DUdley 4-3671 511 N. Prairie Bethalto the crowns of several of his teeth were broken off, according to a report at Wood River Township Hospital, where he was treated following the mishap. Pinkerton was coming home from a monthly meeting of Madison County Firemen's Association at Highland when the new location, everything is so convenient and pleasant, it's a real pleasure to be here every day." Though she majored in education and minored in psychology during her studies at Southern Illinois University, Cnrbondale, it seems only nat- duties as finds time to frequently serve as a substitute teacher in the local schools. Recalling the early days of the local library, Mrs. McDonald stated she filled the vacancy as librarian when Mrs. Ora K. Atherton resigned to move to Florida. Children read principally bio-! Library to Close !".-aphy and history, most worn- 1 ROXANA - The Roxana Pub- vn are fiction readers and meni lic Library will be closed for prefer non-fiction, she answered tne next two wecks heginmn..: firm f./mr-Di-nincr hor'^londav' tor tllC ailllUal cleuil- ' ,tion conceinmg her;.^ ^^ Uj l|w libra ,, an Smith. M,.s. Ruth Littleton. Peg- JMrs. Doris Little. %>' MfNabncy. Sharon Nichols, Tommye Johnson and Pauline at concerning her of the habits of the reading public. Mrs. McDonald feels there is a definite trend toward reading better books and better authors. The library is striving to accumulate more non-fiction and reference books to meet the increased demand of the general public and the students of the local school from grades through Mrs. tendent. Teachers will be Mrs. Hertha Southard, Mrs. Ha/el Russell, Mrs. Esther Grange. Mrs. Delia O'Ncil, Mrs. Louise Norville. Mrs. Betty Pruett. Mrs. Arthur Granjc. Mrs. Rosemary Smith. Mrs. Virginia Curb- Mrs. M;irv Ash. Mrs. Hulda deputies. The OWIKT of the lann. listed in the reiwi-l as Hershel Lyerla, 2827 Union School Rd.. Rural Alton, told deputies that he heard someone around a gas tank on his farm. The bo>s. he report said, had backed their c;n' through a sate up to the tank proximulcly L>: and were tryinu to S(< J M| tjiiso- line. Lyerlu fired l\\o or three allot n the car as it uas driven EAST ALTON—Boyd F, Graham. 28. 3608 Gary St., Alton, was lined 510 and costs Friday by .lustier of the Peace John Hunks on a Hiarpe of "oare!es~ rli-iving." (Irahum was arrested at ap- a.m. Wednesday in the vicinity of the Ea>l Alton (ii-CM-pry, 222 E. St. Loin- Ave.. a police .''eport indicated There were between 4,000 and!Ii'ph school and the SIU Cen- Six Divorce Decrees Granted EDWARDSVILLE - Six divorces were granted Friday in the court of Circuit Judge Joseph J. Barr. Divorces granted on the .Harris. Mrs. Lloyd Ellis and i toward Humbert road, the re- Miss Gail Ellis will be pianists; i port said, but he was unable to 'Mrs. Ralph Neipert, organist and [get a description ol the machine, secretary and treasurer. The boys dropped four wrenches Mrs. Mary Knipping of the Wanda church and Mrs. Charles Booker of South Roxana church will be in charge of refreshments. accident occurred, he said. iural to her that work with books ^..^^ ,,^^ .,„„„ .... - - — — . As he rounded a curve about!became her life profession. n.OOO books on the shelves ini^r in Alton. Old Classics a re £ r ° und s °' cruelty were: Bertha three miles east of Edwards- Liked to Read ! those days and more popular i in great demand during the! HelenG ernigm from John ville on the Marine road, an on-- "1 uas pretty much of a torn ! ertitions were in and out of thei school year, she stated. i' as Gernigm: Richard Sharp; J o coming car forced him off the!boy as a kid," she confessed,:library every month with a cir-j During her tree time, Mrs.i^' 0 " 1 . f. ylva " us Shalt P: ^ oa " n ^ Dr ,ci/ii i e n vv t road and he skidded, colliding;"but even as a small fry f spent culation of about 1,000 a month.-McDonald enjoys flower garden-i Byrnh ° m KoDeit LDWAKU.SVlLbb - ui. \\ii- with a concrete abutment. ' ,a good deal of my spare time; Always Popular Jin? indoors and out and her! Thom , a& fBy . rn -"' on ^ af <™*^ b{ ? H (S B ° 11 "- a " .^Tnp complaint by the defendant, ville osteopath, a trainer one svilJe Man Koine, Italv when they left. John Chavis, 42. ol Eagle Park i Acres, was held in county jarl today in lieu of payment of $500 bond on a charge of aggravated assault and battery in the alleged beating of Janette York, 35, also of Eagle Park Acres. An Edwardsville man, Siebert. Vetter, :iO. of 615 N. Buchanan CUT FLOWERS Floral Arrangimints Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association LEO WILLIS, SB. LEO WILLIS, JR. Alton Floral Phone HO 8-4111 Evening* HO C-S617 Change South Roxana WCTU Meeting Place SOUTH ROXANA-South Roxana Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet in homes of members instead of at Southern Baptist Church, it was decided at the meeting at the church Thursday. leading." Devotion to books still dominates a big portion of spare ....DO IT ALL! Installation Service on Home Improvement Needs Winners Listed At East Alton EAST ALTON - The East Al- Iton Playground held two events during the past week, the tether ball and pocket billards tournaments. Mike Grimsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grimsley, 405 Cobb won the tethe ball tourney. Gary Ran/;, son of Mr. and "The -library has always been popular in the community, how- vacations are spent traveling. One of her big ambitions in life ever, circulation dropped during]is to visit all the states. South Roxana Church Schedule Announced SOUTH ROXANA — The Rev. R. M. Mapes, pastor of the First Church, will Hospital News EDWARDSVILLE—One area resident was admitted Friday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland. Two patients were discharged. Mrs. Mary King, 1138 Prick- with the latter given custody of i year for the American Olympics Southern Baptist use the theme "Friends ofiett, was admitted. Christ" at the 10:45 a.m. service Discharged were: Mrs. Gene-! and "Jesus-is Alive" at the 7:30 va Spiller, 420 East Schwartz:' p.m. service Sunday. Otto Albrecht, 1712 North Main. The Rev. Victor Herman pas-i^T"^^"^' pTmTri^^yTt tor of the South Roxana and Wan-1 four children; and Carla E. Nelson from Donald Eugene Nelson, custody of two children given to the plaintiff. On grounds of desertion, divorces granted were: Martinea Kane from Patrick J. Kane; and Vora Hutchins from Jerome D. Hutchins, with custory of one child given to the plaintiff. team (while Hitler was in power in Germany i, will leave Sunday for Rome, Italy, to attend the Olympics as a spectator. Dr. Bohm, formerly of the Washington Redskins and Calgary Stampeters football teams and Cincinnati Reds baseball team, has also been on the staff of the St. Louis Cardinals. Car Payments Too High? REFINANCE Reduce Tour Payment* *nd Get Additional Caib! SM Or CaU KENNY KLOOS Mid-Slates Finance Co. 911 RIDGE NEAR BROADWAY Phone HO 2-9314 c ' a Methodist Churches will use Sou(h Rosana „,. Tnt> , ary anA .son o r. an,,.. ,,„,.,„ ,, nm . M. lfinnj4 , Vn ,, v ,. - , ,Mrs. J. H. Ran.. IH1 Colliding i" „ T ° Ul Ndl 'pndl tolly {o ,. mel . |jastor Qi the Wanda and - at the 9 a ' m - worshl|) al VVan ' : South Roxana Methodist church- won the boys 12 year old and old- jer pocket billard tourney while ' * 1 and South Roxana Methodist church a ' m ' W01 ' shi l> at South es. who has been assistant pas! Roxana - tor at the Waukegan Metho- l\lrs. Charles Smith. 713 Third 1 The Senior MYK of South Rox-:dist church for the past two St., won the boys' title for under ! una wil1 n^el "' ^'-'^ P-" 1 - Mon-iyears. has been appointed to a 12 years old. : day and the 7:30 p.m. Study of charge at Orangeville, III., near Nancy Melvin took the girls | Kva ngelism and prayer meeting the Wisconsin border. _ title. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Melvin, •413 Ohio. Next week's schedule is as follows: Monday and Tuesday the croquet tournament, Wednes| day the rope - jumping contest | and Friday a clock golf tourney. 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