Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 4LTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Upper Alton News Events by Kenneth T. LORSdfln, Of Cm- ton, Mo., potfc* Mfd. Another mishap occurred between two automobile* at a construction site in the 3500 block of College avenue, Tuesday, 3:2S p.m., police reported. Drivers were Hated as Eugene Pankey, 39 PrtMpect St., Cottage Hills, and Joseph F. McDaniels, Steelvillr, III. Pankey hHlted his car when he was waved down by a flag man J at the construction site and Me- ident of the school, announced to- Daniels, following behind him,'day WHS unable to stop in time, police j Sessions will start Aug. 1 and said. ! continue five days a week until Aug. 12. Young people will be register- leadership In dtvetoplnf conferences 8nd itrjdy (coups for vocational witness In their own state conventions, associations and churches. AbVKNTMT StBLle SCHOOL lt> OMSK Children of the community. ages 4 to 14, may attend a two-! leaves en flowers, cars, houses. "When you attempt to wip* it up, it just makes an oily smear." she said. "Tt is all over our veneffan Minds and upstairs hardwood floors, where it rame hi open windows. "It can't b* easily wiped up." she added; except by scrubbing and a cleaner. hard trmMEtt « ORfcS HOLE If* CWK weeks Bible school at the Seven-, Mr and Mrs. Harry Myers. th-day Adventist Church, 2014J°f 27M College Ave.. have heard Main St., Bob Waltz, supertnten- some " ews that snould interest JOHN KYER JOHN KYEK RKSIGNR PO&T AT BROWN ST. John Eyer, assistant to the pastor of the Brown Street Baptist I lhp man was about ' POMCK SKKK MAN WHO KXI'OKED HELP TO GlftLS golfers. Their son-in-law, Thomas Edmiston. made n hole in one on a course in Comvay. Ark. The feat made the sports SPC- tlon of Little Rock's Arkansas Rotarians at Jersey Get Pins JERSEYVILLE - Pins were Monday at the weekly Democrats Set Jersey County Meet for Aug. 1 Bloodmobile at Jersey Aug. 5 JERSEYVILLE — County Chapter of the Red Annexation Hy Council hi Loaded Grain Bifft , t» meeting of the Jerseyvtlle Rotary Club. President Harry JERSEYVILLE - Promlncnt.5 Kratise presided at the meet ing i speaker* have, been secured by The unit wfl) be set up at First j ST. LOUIS f AP) — A ;a;rain barge, it* moorings hrohen, \ floats down the Mississippi River , for several miles, Std«w1pl«l annexing to the Hty a strip of ! tured fnrly today by a ij n j on Electric CD south i runaway barge hit a and presented the Past Presi-the Democratic organizations of I Baptist Church at noon and close of Danfortn Rtr p e t npnr H',' w est- fo wnipn 18 small boats were dents Pin to Scott Courier, whoi.Tersey County (or Its annual j at 6 p.m. The quoin for this visit preceded Krause in the presi- j picnic and fish fry to be held;has been announced as 128 pints denrv of the local club. erlv end. 'annexations sim . P imoored. Then It swerved into the | Aug. 1 at the American Legion jand the same quoin will apply ' Pins were also awarded to'Home in Jerseyvllle. i fo subsequent visits of the blood-j members of the club for perfertj Sam Shapiro of Kankakee.j mobile here during the remaind-j attendance. Dr. H. V. Henderson state representative, who Is a topped all other mrmbrrs with i candidate for lieutenant govern- a perfect attendance for (lie past!or. will be on the program. ler of the year. Deputy on Vacation JERSEYVILLE - Sheriff Adam fivp years. William Clark of Chicago, can- UeShrrlia HIV! family left Monday Othei-s to receive attendance didate foi- attorney general, Mont- morning for H week's \nr;ilinn in 10..16 square miles. Police niHde an unsuccessful search Tuesday morning for a motorist who exposed himself to two girls, ages 9 and 8, at Washington avenue and Pine street. The older girl gave officer* a description of the car. She said tars old. Church, has it-signed to accept i Officers told the girls to take a teaching position at the Nla- th(> license number of the car If gara College of Fl. Erie, Ont. stK ' h Hn incident occurred again. Mr. and Mrs. Eynr and I heir BO v BITTEN ON two sons will be honored tonight u,. (J py at a farewell reception in the fellowship hall following the 7:30 p.m. .service. cd for the school from 9 to 9:30j a.m. on Aug. 1. Classes will meet from 9 to 11:45 a.m. and will include craft and nature study as well as Bible study on the subject "God's Wonderful World." Supervised games also will be held. Primary and junior students will have a special work book made up of puzzles, completion tests and other exercises, j Mrs. Elba Hickerstm, 3 Hick- Gazette. Edmiston shot the once or Pi"* were: Joseph R. Fulker-^omcry B. Carrott of Qulncy, can-(Kentucky. They will return to JPI twice In a lifetime drive on thejson and H. F. Henderson, one^didate for Congress, will also be wyville next Sunday evening This figure will ho slightly in- 135-yard third hole of the Con-(year. among the «uests as well as coun to the fUri"™' again. Several of the area approximately six . small boats were damaged, of a square mile. ™ iw> «"*<* the coast Riiard ^ , _ „ . a tug was called into service and Town Assessor .Tames P. GOT- )hp fjna|)y ^^ ^ ^^ man Tuesday completed comp»-; and (owpd „ ^ fo „„ moorings talion of the area of recently annexed territory and found that total area of Alton now Is investigation showed the heavy barge had snapped the steel cables holding It. Michael Reilley. 8. of 816 Park enort PI., I"-the children's dlvH the way for , n8ta | latlon of Dr., WHS bitten on the right leg sion leader of the church and way Country club recently. He started the game about four years ago, Mrs. Myers said. Edmiston finished the front nine holes with a 37. one over par. He is a former resident of this area. SEEK INSTALLATION OF 10 FIRE HYDRANTS A resolution will be offered in the City Council tonight to clear 10 Also honored will be Mr. and, Mrs. William Hammock a n d. n rted thoir four children who will leave, ~~, ' „, Tuesday night by a dog in the 2000 block of Edwards street, The owner of the dog was ord- next month for Johnson N. Y. where ho will attend the Baptist Bible Seminary. Lyer has been at the Biwvn street church for about !',» . RKSIDKNTS AT BAPTIST j will be in charge of the school.;, Assisting in the directing of the general program will be C. L. Turner, pastor. John Casten of the Virden Club ty candidates. was a guest of Lee Hauter. Next Monday noon the program will be in charge of George Threlkeld, manager of the Jer- Family Reunion JERKKYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Burmester, formerly of Godfrey, who have been sey County Soil Conservation! guests of the letter's brother-tn- | law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. j George Koster and family, and daugh- other relatives in this area, will ter, Diana Lynn, was born to Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Delph of Fieldon at the Jersey Comtnun- «*ently ""turned from an extend-!Lester \\hitlleman of Alton and Thus , n round fjBUrps Association, Annonuce Birth JERSEYVILLE - A ^ ll^ilir- win i/,- ^npiiiiij' IM-, j 11 • ti t~* *1 when DcSherliH will resume hisicreased by the minor annexa- 1 Ijailpollll I PI1 rolls duties. 'tion slated for council approval! t . . Annoiim-p Birth tonight. I Hohhpry Attrnipt JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and' Mrs. Ed Whittleman of Jersey- Five annexations made since MONTREAL (AP) - A March 26, (lorrrwn found, added man pointed a pistol through a teller's villc have chosen the name Uoydj.M* O f a square mile to the ^ ndow ,„ a branoh Clinton for their infant son borni n ity at. 7:33 a.m. July 23 at Jersey! Bcfore )hp wavp of annexfl of Montreal Tuesday and demanded large bills. Merilyn Marshall. Community Hospital. Tho babyi fjons tf) f)lp p|f S(artef1 Jf) 1953 i(hp fp))f , r s(Uf , k hpr ^ ,„, weighed H pounds He is a grand. :Goi . man , nted ()( ,, )h? alea Mo (hp mm ^ ^ ^^ leave Monday for California toisonof Mr. and Mrs Jamrs Utle> iof A](on was on)y 6 37 re from , he bnnk an( , disappeared establish their home. They re-!<>f Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs., mj | eR ° " d ap- ered to keep the animal confined for the prescribed 15 day period. installation will not recently ity Hospital at 11:33 a.m. July ed trip to Alaska. •* « K i em «,«,„.*„„ „• mr. „,,„ proxlmafelv 4 squ;11 . c miles of 22. The babv weighed six pounds. Memnci-s of the family had a,Mrs. Lloyd Perdun of Helrton. flrea hflve hpen afl , J( , rt tf) A]t(jn 'and 14 ounces She is a grand-' rpunion Sunday at the home of'Mrs. Uhittiernan was f idaughter of Mr.'and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Beier- Miss Jane Woodson and FIVE WEEKS CAMPING IN PARK AT END Five weeks of camping at Rock Spring Park by various groups has endfed. Caterer and Mr. and M,,. Har-^ann of JerseyvillP parents of * ] 0 cated ! '-y Delp of Fieldon and is a great- Mrs. Burmater AH but one of in . m i. JL~, ^ „,.,„ «.««. granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. I the eight children of the Beier- in spots where the water mains are large enough to service the the couple's first child. Eye Accident JERSEYVILLE - Steve Cole, I Complete name of Queen Eliz-' iabcth's daughter is Princess j Ann Elizabeth Alice Louise. years, lie will teach music at KVANGKIJSM CONFERENCE Niagara College. Ml ._ and Mrs Frank Bonnell,! Th* ''"»' cam P O" 1 w <« held In other news: of , he Upper Alton Baptist| la s l weekend under supervision The Kev. David Gardner, a church, are among Alton res-j of the Alton Recreation Depart- missionary to the Philippines, jd en t s at the evangelism con-: ment - Thirty persons attended will be the guest speaker at the f P1 . r . ncP o f the American Bap- the evening cook out. The locations will include :j na Washington and Moore; Wash- lDanny ington and Claire; Humbert and Beltline; Humbert and Keene; Humbert and Woodcrest; Humbert and Gayle; and four locations in Fairview drive. service tonight. (fs( Assembly, Green Lake, Parents of the campers tour-j Pioneer Girls will meet at the \ V is. |ed the site and were entertainedj chuivh Thursday, 8:.'W a.m., to ,M,. S Bonnell is staff organistjat a campfire program which in-i go on a skating party which will for , he conference. Others at-j eluded skits and songs. j be followed by a picnic. tending are Mrs. Lottie Cunning-j Following awards were made:! Men will have then prayer nam of th( , Cherry Street Bap-lArchery. Gary Hagen, first, Ter-i meeting at the church Saturday, tis , ch urc h and Mrs. Myrtlei ry Middleton, second, and Jerry! '•''^ pm ' , Deichler of the Upper Altonistock, third; checkers, Linda Humebuilders Sunday School Bnptist a ,urch. Gordaro. first in intermediates,! class held a family picnic Tues- Thp Conference sessions open-iDavid Cousley, first in juniors; day evening at (he Oni/.ed club cd 1(IS( Saturday and will con- Greg Hagen, Softball throwing 1 grounds. The Rev. Karl Uagg, of tinue through this coming Satur-! w inner Uie Grace Baptist Church of. day . some of the top Baptist, si t camDers an d eieht Dav' KHSI Alton, led the devotional clergymen are speaking at thelJ^uSSJr; ,lS 5? period. He spoke on, "Four Ways sessions. Among them is thej in J nark ^ to Happiness." RPV Ro bert W. Lynn, of thei ' Ed Davis of Pearl. Mrs. Delp beJmann's were present. Thfrse pre- 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. David G. fore her marriage was Miss Bo>nt were: Mr. and Mrs. aar-JCoe of Jei-seyville arrived home They have a son! encG Beiermann and daughter of;today from Springfield Memorial iHarve.1, III., Mr. and Mrs. George!Hospital, Springfield, where he i Koster and daughter, Virginia, i has been a patient since Friday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Roemer| The boy was playing with ; and daughter, Ellen Kay, Mr. and ; a stick at his home and was ac- JMrs. Maurice Sinclair and chil-jcidentally hit in the eye with hit. idren, Wilbur Beiermann, Mr.'He incurred a puncture of the land Mrs. Joseph Beiermann and cornea and severance-of a mus- j children, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ,cle but no permanent impari- i Beiermann. and children, Mary jment of the vision will result, ikay and Byron, Mrs. Byron L. | Foot Injury i GODFREY — Godfrey ron-'McDow, all ol Jerseyville andi JERSEYVILLE — Jennifer i stables ordered a car' towed!the honorees. (Fritz, 9. daughter of Mr. and CHICAGO (AP) - Secretary of from McAdams Highway Tues-l To Attend 'Camp Mrs - Dellon Fritz of Jerseyville, the Interior Fred Seaton came up!day night, leaving stranded! JERSEYVILLE — Robert was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 10:25 a.m. Tuesday for treatment of a cut and Eugene Dirksmeyer, son of' on the back 0/ nor ri g nt foot :The injury was inflicted by a Lhl US LIUHIFN YUbR LOAD SEND US YOUR DRAMS and SLIPCOVIRS FOR SANITONI DRY CLIANINO Milton Cleantrt IIM Milton Rd. Phone HO 2-tMI Seaton Has Unusual Platform for Self Tow Strand Blue Pool Swimmers with an unusual platform when three teen agers who apparent- Cooke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nebraska delegates launched ally had been using Blue Pool for! Arthur Cooke. of Rt. 2, Godfrey campaign to get the Republican swimming. and Eugene Dirksmeyer, son of vice presidential nomination for Constables Charles Miller and I Mrs. Eugene Quinn, Rt. 1, Jer-: lne in J UI 'y was inflicted by him. JNeal Ruckman had the cariseyville, will attend the 1960 meta ' stripping on the basement Before discussing serious mat- moved after two boys and a girl : Wildlife Conservation Camp near ste P s °^. f r _ m . 0 l__ ters, Seaton said he advocates; hid from them when they werelMonticello from Aug. 1-5. They three things: ordered out of the prohibited i will join more than 80 Illinois FREE PARKING FOR THE UPPER ALTON CUSTOMERS AT THE COLLEGE AVE. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LOT 2600 BLOCK—COLLEGE AVE. The Upper Alton Businessmen's Association !s proud and happy to add this Free Parking Service for its many fine customers. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hon and Union Theological Seminary of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Borman were j New York, Dr. G. Paul Mussel- jman, an author, and the Rev. (Harvey G. Cox, who delivered hosts. Forty-one attended. YOUTH CHARGED AFTER BROADWAY AUTO MISHAP OPENS BEAUTY SHOP ON ORCHARD BOULEVARD Miss Marge Becker has opened the K'Reyne Beauty Shop at 2208 Orchard Blvd., she an- "1. All electric hand driers in area as trespassers, men's washrooms be taken out and j The officers permitted anoth- the keynote address. Mrs. Bonnell was on the pro- James Chandler. 16. of 301.gram of the staff concert which! Baxter St., Jerseyvillc. was was held Sunday. ' She formerly was employed at charged with a traffic violation Some -100 delegates, including a Wood River beauty shop, following an automobile mis- public school teachers, school mi v cn OT(1 rnvvn t_ i t • ti i i » • - ' \JrnL* * iy"\J M. »5 \*\J w E/ffk hap al L. Broadway ;tnd Mam administrators and PTA mem-i street. Tuesday, 7:25 p.m., police hers, are attending the sessions. EVERGREEN AVE. HOME reported. The theme is "The Witness of Mrs. E. John Couse. 1842 Chandler was traveling east the Church in the World." (Evergreen Ave., reported this; when another car halted in front One of the studies emphasized! morning tnet everything in her of him to make a left turn. The at the conference is leadership] yard looked as if it were covered with course pepper. Later she found oil spots covering towels be put back in their proper place. "2. Hotel proprietors should be forced to shave under the lights which they furnish for that purpose. er boy who came out to drive his car off. The driver of the 1 other car telephoned Constable Miller at 4 o'clock this morning and asked how he could get 4-H'ers who will be present at the 4-H Memorial Camp there during that period. Family Reunion JERSEYVILLE — Members of the Meuth family met in reunion Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wagenblast. In his car. "3. Nothing of consequence at a Mi]ler to]d nim (Q sec Justicc iaddition to the Harold Wagen- convention shall begin before of me Peace Da , e Kennedy (his ! blast family those present includ- morning. The car was towed to «i Mr. and Mrs. John Meuth Their Area Haper Tow Service iot. • and daughter, Miss Dorothy 9 a.m.' Celebrates Birthday Mt'uth. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mi-uth youth swung to the other Jane training. It is designed to pre- and struck a machine operated pare men and women to give The British Isles consist of _ _ Great Britain, made up of Eng- GODFREY"--DonaVd"D.' Kelly, and fanul y of Jerseyville: land. Scotland and Wales; the son o{ Mrs M arve H e Meyer < Mr - ancl Mrs- Maurice Meutn of Wr of Man; the Hebrides, Ire-; celebrated his sixtn birthdayi Fleldon ' Mr " and Mrs ' Cletus land: the Orkney Islands; the Sunday evening with an outdoor Meuth of KalK> ' Mr and Ml>S ' Shetland Islands; and about 5,500i supper at njs home, 41 Grovelin Geol 'g e Fields and family, Mrs. small islands and islets. It's easy to color-plan your home with Fabrics from Jacoby's! Prints and Solids Exciting Textures, Distinctive Patterns for Every Decor! Over 2000 Fabrics and Colors To Select From at Popular Prices! 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