Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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&,VC<mr«0 1 JtU^UKAFH Concert Tonight At Wood River WOOD RIVER — Miss Joyce Holm, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Accident InjnriHh WOOD RIVER A housewife and an 11 year old boy wpre admitted to .Wood River Township Hospital Tuesday for treatment Ouy Mrlm. 217 Grnnd AVP., East' nf injuries suffered in accidents. Alton, will be t>nturpd vocalist Mrs. Warren Robbins, 508 at thr Municipal Band Concert; VVinkler St.. Alton, \\its treated 8pm tnflay. f or ,, | p f, Rho,,)r] rr fracture in- Experienced Two Armed Robberies Miss Luna Bowman to Leave Bank At East Alton After 30 Years Sho has appoarrd in U of I. Optra Workshop productions and curred when she fell on porch steps at the homo of a friend in ; fly .tftRRV BAOI.KV Telegraph Staff Writer EAST ALTON - Miss Luna Row man will retire Friday after career of 30 years at the Illinois l« a member of Mu Phi Epsilonl East Alton. jRtntr national honorary music frater-i .lames Rains, son of Mr. and Bank and an aggregate of 34 vears in the bank ' nify for women. Miss Holm is also planning to audition for the Civir One.ra Association in St. Louis .luly 31. In thp local concert shr will sine "1 Could Have Danced All Mrs. .lames D. Ruins Jr., Moro, inp business. suffered lacerations to the head Born ifl R p( h"' ffl Oct. 18, 1892. when he was struck by a block ;|hfl daughter of the late Mr. and ' 'and tackle connected 'to a 100i Mrs pound weight. His father was us- Carted her ing the equipment while work-! 1926 as a Bowman, she hanking career in in the Bethalto and "Wouldn't It Be! inR on " B r '., r ' a , thp [im( . of ," he Lovely," from "My Fair Lady." ari .jrJent. The band will piny selections R O th patients were reported in including: "Charter Oak." by .. ROO(r ,, ond j tinn ,, 1J5; niorninR Osterling: "Burst of Flames," ,, y hosp j ta | m ,,honties. Bowles; "Black Cannyon Ounnl- _. . . . u-nnn mv i7 v*"" , * , \\OOD RIVKR New s.udcnts son." K r i c k s o n: "Trumphal March." Ros/a; "Kentucky 1800" and "Fantasy Arms." Gmnd- man; "Proud Heritage." Lath- Statp Bank. During hpr four years there, she had the experience of being planning to attend Wood River the victim of two armed robberies. "The robbers didn't get much monry in their daylight Miss Bowman said, times i! left me par„, ..,,.,,, , .. , „ ' fear- Seems to me Comnnimty High School this fall a ,. p mo ,, p scam , aftp| , „., am: "Hiawatha Land." 6sser; shoulri pnro " al the srhot)1 busi -|all over than you arc when it is "Herbert L. Clarks Triumphal," ness !: e , as so °" sfter Aug. J: ; , C ( Ua || v K0 fng on. Boyer and "First Suite in E. as . Pp««Wp. A Edson S, Flat for Military Band" by Hoist.' pr ' nclpal - a " no " nced today. , hf> hundmls of banks closed in .. ..... Registration of new students .... n ,,ii_ n u.. 4U_ a i nr ,\r rnnrirot Women of HIP Moose i....,, ,:. ._„_., ,,.._..„ . the nation by the stock maiket WOOD RIVER - The college of regents was chapter night program pi at the Tuesday mrctin;; of (lit: Women of thc .Mouse by Airs. Negro Gang Captured At Chicago ~ r Boys Throw Rice At Ike; Lick Confetti CHICAGO AP — Two teen-age \ he rode in an open ear from the Republican National Convention. CHICAGO AP - A gang of The boys, among the thovis- Negro toughs in ft wild spree of and* who lined the President's terrorism assaulted two whit? route, said they threw the riee New* of Area Men nnd Women tn Armed Forces JOSEPH P. RUGGIERO, com- missaryman 2.C. USN. husband of thp former MigR Gail Harris of East Alton, serving aboard the destroyer USS John W. Thorn ason. is taking part in a Joint Canadian - American anti-«ubma men with baseball bats, raped j "because we didn't have con- their pregnant wives and knifed jfettl to throw." another youth Tuesday night in; tpi.««iw«.«.. »u i »i_ • i Eisenhower shook the rice ; Coast of the U.S. and Canada. seven-week summer training wa ± rp exer( l se ,, from «"rough August 3 off the We* IT"'" ; '" 0f "' fl( ' hp Bl * H ° W "P 1 ™""* '" US S Atlant ' c Lincoln Park. i from his hpfld nm , ,, Mh( ,,. smj , , Police felled one gang mem-: Pr l an d continued his trip to the' her with a bullet In his neck^ntpmniion,,] Amphitheatre and seized the other four with-! The boys were questioned and, . , . . .... . in a mile of the park fronting I then released bv a juvenile offi-i " S (>om P |plf>d b -* Midshipman 3. Lake Michigan on the Northirer who refused to discuss the < c - DAVn -> T. BYRNES, son of Mr. Side. 'incident nnd Mrs, Thomas G. Byrnes of Tte five youths- one IB years! - „ -•- ' - ' ' M Arbol> Dr - Ho> '« " nirmbpr of old three 'l6 and one 15—ad-! " elp (ne a "' | -' i " p '' cam- the class of l%. r i at the U.S. Naval mined taking part in tlie av! pH ,'* n ' Brtghtnn. England, has Academy. saults. police said. The five se? U P llt(er blns disguised as WILLIAM J. VADALABENE. ville, recently wa« promoted to specialist four in Korea, where he is a member of the 1st Cavalry Division Artillery. Sp. Vadalabene, a mall clerk In Headquarters Battery of the artillery, entered the Army In November 1958 and com pleted basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 24-year- old soldier was graduated from Edwnrdsville High School in and was employed by the Weeke Wholesale Company before enter Ing the Army. Stone Mountain, Oa., 16 mile< east of Atlanta, Is thought to be the largest exposed block of granite In the western hemisphere. It Is 1,686 feet high and two miles in length. wmbeconductodfro " l8 "- ln - to crash in 1930, Miss Bowman re- ! assistant victims required hospital treat ment. Police said the gang first assaulted and robbed Roy Helmut. 18, as he walked alone in the park about 10 last night Helmut was stabbed twice in the neck, but his wounds were was released quaint figures and displaying a son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vadala- notice "1 Eat Litter" THIRTY YEARS SERVICE , „ , , Miss Luna Bowman, assistant cashier in charge of The Bethaito Bank was one of bookkeeping, O f the East Alton State Bank will retire July 29 after 30 years of service. j,,(,„,. 01 . „.„., _ „.. .. Assistant cashier in charge of: After retirement Miss Bow- 1 , 1 ™ 1 serious and in ll.Pi 4 P ' m ' Monda y tnr °UKh Friday. on | led and sno ,. tlv allcr sne s , ar( . thp bookkeeping department last man plans to remain at her homej after treatment. resented «, ! "d working at the East Alton vear after having spent most on Rt. 140 near Bethaito, where! Next police said the youths 'CMnUrti n, f ^ . . whji _ h ^ ownpd ^ (hfi ^ ^ of empjoyment al : shc resides with her sister Mrsi surrounded a couple who were same' firm. Before assuming the Bank as a cashier.' Her cur-1 Alice Miller. j walking with their two children duties in East Alton June 1. rent duties are to make records 1 Miss Bowman is a member of j and ^ . ' . , ,££ J; " II where she did varied jobs such available to the public and over- the American Legion Auxiliary ground with a hat. me posting, working the cage,;see the personnel of the Book- and attends the Bethaito Metho- At Roxana Park Russell Pinkcrlon. enllesc of regents chairman, and her committee. Mrs, John De Cota reviewed the program and work at Moose Heart and highlights of the recent convention there when she re-| pm m |hc pgrk grounds ceived her "cap and gown 1 ui| Dolls will be judged and prizes, the follcge or resents. jvon for (hp pl . et(ipst cu)est Ceremonies were conducted for ; bJKROR , smallpst . most unusua | etc.. "I completed the detailed;keeping Department. ROXANA—The Roxana Play- !work of c ] os j n g ou t the books 1 "There have not been too many ground will sponsor a doll ancl: for (jie Bet h a ] to Bank," M i s sichanges in the banking proce- model car contest Friday at 2 Bowman sta ted. Miss Bowman was appointed!Miss Bowman siad. ! dist Church. A dinner party in her honor will be given by the Bank em- idure during my 30 years here,", ployes at Skaggs Steak House I tonight. thc presentation of a red tassel to Mrs. John Melton, on her completion of one year .service in the college. The brief business session was conducted by Mrs. Wesley Dudley, senior regent. Mrs. Walter Blankenship and Mrs. Floyd Starkey were accepted ;is new members. Members of the Edwardsville and cutest pair. Cars will be judged and prizes given for the biggest, smallest, most modern, prettiest and best collection. Roxana Notes ROXANA—Mrs. Arthur Mik- kplson of Maple avenue will attend a training school at. Mon- m'outh, July 24 to 30 on a scholarship given by the East Alton Gets Lone Street Bid EAST ALTON — The only bid submitted for the widening of Main street between Pence and Shamrock was from Thompson United i Asphalt Co " Alton ' at S 6 ' ll . and Granite City colleges of re- j Prpshyterjan Women's Organi-| was °" cncd hy thc villagc clcrk genls were guests. Home From Camp WOOD RIVER - Larry Elmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Elmore, 901'Penning has relum- ed after a three-week session at thc Art Gains baseball camp in Hunnewell, Mo. HartfordChurch Women Meet (zafion as a representative of thc First Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Noll and children. Kimmie Lea and Kenny, and Mrs. Noll's sister, Mrs. Donna diCosola, of Tucson, Ariz,, are currently visiting Mrs. Noll and Mrs. diCosola's parents., Mr. and Mrs, S. W. Frey of Doerr Ave. Mrs. Kenneth Hatfield of Central Ave.. has returned after Monday. The bid has been forwarded to the state highway department and no action will be taken by the village board until word is received from the state, according to Mayor Vanpreter. Vanpreter said the bid was over the estimate made by C. H. Sheppard, village engineer. Cleveland Visitors EAST ALTON — Mrs. Ina Ak- SIU Man Talks To Kiwanis Club At Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — H. Bruce Brubaker, assistant to vice pres- den elevator was a Barrett add- ident of Southern Illinois Uni-jing machine, a paymaster check versify, was the featured speak- \\riler, a small radio and an er Tuesday at the regular dinner'electric drill. Entry of the bur- meeting of Edwardsville Ki- i-'lHfs was by the front door, which was found open at 7:45 a.m. this morning when the establishment was opened for old mother was raped three times. The youths also waylaid a 23- year-old woman and her husband, again beating the husband with a ,bat. The woman was I raped twice. i Both couples were hospitaliz- worden and Livingston led. Police said all five youths in custody have criminal records! and that when they were seized i KDWARDSVILLE—Two btir- lsome of fhem were carr yj n g ar- glaries, one at Worden and the tjcles taken from the victims, other at. Livingston, were reported to sheriff's deputies this morning. Reported missing at the Wor- Burglaries Reported wants. Brubaker told the group that preliminary plans will be available by Aug. 9 showing where certain groups of buildings will be located on the branch campus site near Edwardsville. Architects and engineers are drawing up the preliminary plans Edwardsville Band Selections Told EDWARDSVILLE — The program for the weekly summer; concert of the Edwardsville Municipal Band, to be presented at 8 p.m. Thursday in the City Park, is as follows: business. The place was closed! Theme, "Muny Band Pre-| at 5 p.m. Tuesday, the report said. A total of 175 cartons of cigarettes, a $509 check and an undetermined amount of cash was ! spending from Thursday untiljers, 317 George St., entertained j now and if the state-wide edu- ! Monday with her son and fam-|her nephew, George W. Joslin 1 cational bond issue passes in lily, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hat-land wife, of Cleveland, Ohio, and! November, designs of specific The owner of the store said he discovered the front door glass sents"; "His Honor" march: overture, "Pique Dame;" "Blue Hawaii"; Mozart's "Alleluia"; cornet trio, 'Bugler's Holiday": "Big Joe, the Tuba", I march; intermission; "Call of ,the Elk", march; "Bathsheba"; "Liechtensteiner Polka"; "Can- of the Woman's Societv of Chris-^ i(llda » risonof Nokomis. 111. j their daughter and son-in-law,! buildings will be startedI and broken when he ^.^ at tian Service at the 'MclhodUtl Kentlel » Schubert of ChicagoiMr. and Mrs. Henry Tbeilamann,; should be m use by late 19fa3 or ig m Hp had c)osed ( Church Monday evening. mem-' s P cnt the weekend with his par- Rosewood Heights, as dinner j 1964, be indicated. ilfl . 30 pm Tuesday hers designated their 'Seplem-l cnts - Mr - and Mrs. Leo Schu- guests Tuesday evening. ber meeting HS "Guest Night" and women of thc Wanda Methodist Church will be guests. Fourteen members attended the meeting, which was conducted by Mrs. R. E. George, spiritual life secretary, in the absence of the president and vice president. It was announced that the officers' training class, taught n.v Mrs. Elmer Elliot of Bethaito. bert and sons Curtis and Norman of Doerr Ave. Monday Mrs. Schubert visited her mother, Mrs. Julius Facssler in Belleville. David Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiss of Doerr Ave., left Friday for Peoria where he will begin his employment with the Caterpillar Tractor Company. He graduated in June from the University o fllli- dinner! 1964, be indicated. Besides the benefits of work Weekend guests at the Akers home were her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doman of Pearl. Hartford Bible SchoolSched tiled HARTFORD — First Baptist from construction, the SIU plans will mean much to Edwardsville economically and culturally, Brubaker said. He declared that the amount of the bond issue $195,000,000, was needed because there was a lag in, f h Southwestern building of institutions during .. ,,... „,,. Gl.'ulinlus Society Finns Annual Meeting EDWARDSVILLE — The fifteenth annual Gladiolus Show adian Sunset"; selections from ; "The Music Man"; "Tennessee Waltz", and "Manhattan Beach", , march. ' i i William Johnson and Joseph! Story were only 32 years o!d| when they were named Supreme j Court justices in 1804 and 1812! respectively. the depression, no building during World War II and there has been a tremendous population increase in the state of young district promotion secretary ol j nois with an engineering degree j Vacation Bible School will be- people entering college. the W.S.C.S., has been postpon-!in metallurgy and will work in j gin on Aug. 1 and will continue; A "citizen's committee" of lo- ed from July until September j their research department. due to so many of the members | Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold and daughter, Judy, of South Roxana, have returned after a vacation in the west. Bethaito Man to Gel Service Emblem on vacation. The group also voted to accept the project of selling Christmas cards again this year to raise money for their missionary work. A report was given relative to the local members of the W.S.C.S. assisting thc area Council of Churches in giving a I party for patients at Alton Slal- Jr Bptha , t w| ,, Hospital recently. After the par- . IV refreshment's were served a spenal servll ' c cmblem mark ' BETHALTO- Wilson E. Card- ty retresnments were seivro - . Mrs. Ed Dabbs will serve as and the July birthdays of the, £ 'f " -» «f «,v,ee wth ^ .^ ^ superjntendent , patients were celebrated with a cake with candles. *' Union Tank Car Co., on August Devotions were led Monday evening by Mrs. and Miss Helen Bill Petersen Potersen, assisted by Mrs. Wendell Killam, Mrs. Randall Caldwell, Mrs. Kenny Draper and Mrs. Guy Palmer presented the missionary program. Hostesses were Mrs. Presentation will be made for K. A. Locke, Jr., president, by G. R. Fansher, Central Regional Manager. Cardwell is employed in the Pipe and Valve Department at for two weeks, with the pastor, cal residents will be set up 1o the Rev. Jack Laffler, as gen- help educate the public as to the eral superintendent. Sessions! importance of the bond issue, Brubaker said. 2 Arrested Alter Traffic Violations WOOD RIVER — Police officers arrested two persons today on traffic violations. Arrested were Bert Dolcn Holloway, 624 Wood River Ave., and James T. Gordon, !)(i8 Park Dr., Bethaito. Holloway was arrested at 2:10 a.m. for running a stop sign at the corner of Ninth St. and Edwardsville Rd. He will appear will be held each day, Monday through P'riday from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and children of the community are invited to attend. Classes will be held for children kindergarten age through junior high and training will include Bibly study, workbook and crafts, music and a recrea- i Mrs. Henry Toombs, junior superintendent; Mrs. Richard Carmean, primary superintendent; and Mrs. Langley Wade as the kindergarten superintendent. Teachers of the various class-! bpforo Pojin> Magistrate Thorn es and helpers who will assist ii, it, j »-»• i .• i tn auu ^lc^llv;l^ wnu wl l HSMSl the Wood River shop, one o ... 4 . . . . , .. ,,„• „ ,_„_. „ „ ' , with the training for the two Union Tank Car Company s res- i »./-,• ^., i - r "" 6 weeks are: Mrs. Carrie Chap- maintenance, inspection ional Calvin iltu ' I'epair points. I'nion owns Smith and Mrs. Floyd Anderson. 4-H Winners HARTFORD When mem bers of thc Busy Rcaveis 4-11 Club entered articles of clothing in the Achievement Day contest held in Edwardsville Tuesday, and six entries. Gayla Olbert who won the blue ribbon for the skirt that man, Mrs. Gene Forsting, Mrs. Luther Summers. Mrs. Daniel ton J. Lancaster Thursday at 11 a.m. Gordon was picked up af 6:15 a.m. as lie was traveling north on j Wood River Ave. at an excessive the Illinois Gladiolus Society j will be held in the Madison j County Court House Sunday,] with judging beginning at ll:30j a.m. j The show will be open to the) public from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m..| with no admission charge. I Theme of the arrangements! class this year will be "From Bud to Full Bloom", with the following sections: 1. Baby's j Arrival; 2. Prom Date; 3. Bride's Table; 4. Bon Voyage; 5. At Home; 6. Her Garden; 7. Vacation Time; 8. Children's Hour; 9. Sweet Hour of Prayer Membership in the society is not required for the arrangements class and flowers and foliage used need not be grown by the exhibitor. All gladiolus exhibited in other classes must be grown by exhibitors. Fast Film Finishing! COLOR OR BLACK AND WHITE CAMERAS AT DISCOUNT See Us First PHOTO ART SHOP WOOD RIVER Dial CL 4-4923 Ihe country s arrest fleet of' Raxon _ Mrs Amj] K^ox'urt ' '•"<• °* W^- W^ said - '* is bulk liquid rail lank ears. Hpl . hpt . t , J( Jesse!' 0 a W l>1 "' b( ' foi ' e Lancaster at 11 Cardwel and Ins wile, Betty. Cajn> Mrs _ Max P(?ek Ro ,,.|a.m. Sunday. Befhallo \sith Yvonne, 8, and Diane, B. \\'oo«l River Navy Man Reported Injured WOOD RIVER — John W. Stassi, F.N., stationed aboard Die USS Sperry out of San Die- she entered in the contest will go, ('alif., is a patient in the San crt Allen, Mrs. Densil Gaines. Mis. Floyd Carlton, Mrs. Har- |ry Parker, Mrs. James Peter- jman. Mrs. Melvin Staton and the Misses Carolyn Jacoby, Pat Story, Judy and Joan Carlton, Dorothy Starbuck and Joann Moore. During the week prior to the beginning of the Vacation Bible Harbin, the chief city of Central Manchuria, was once a small village and market for nearby wheat crops. Today a city of 500,000, it has a population of many nations. Largest groups are Russian, Japanese, Koreans and Chinese. Gifts and Jewelry terence at Green Lake, Wis., School, Rev. Laffler is attending!and will return home this week- have it entered in competition j Diego Base Hospital for treat- thc Evangelism and Bible Con- ! 'end. at the County Fiiir at Highland ' nienl of a broken foot, his par- —^ Ibis week Others \\bo received ;,»IIK ,\j r ; ,nrl Mrs. John A. Slas red ribbons Im ilinii i lotliiiv,' entry at Kdw;n'd-\ ille ueie: .la- nice Kay Norton Su/annc Hani Pam Schneider, Theresa Ogles by, Cheryl f.rovci. and Kita Rogers. The eii' s were accompanied to Edwarduville.by then leader, Mrs. Clarence Grove < and her assistant, Mrs. Hershe) Ottwell. Coniniandei> I'lun I'ii-nic for Tuesday WOOD RIVKR Mill MiMicll president of the Aim-in an Ix-g ion Past Commandc'i N null has announced a potluck family picnic for nieinlwrs of tiic Hul> at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Kendall Hill Park. Kacb member of the dub is entitled to bring his family for the event, Mitchell said. si. 11 N. Main St , report. John siilleicd tbi j injury while playing soft bail with his shipmates. his parents were inlorni- eil A graduate of the local school, John enlisted in the Navy in the spring of 1958 and is training in the field of electrical work. Quick Relief from Pile Irritation 10 years ago a Buffalo drug- uisi rrcuied an ointment to re- lii'M- itching and smarting ol -. It biout'hl such quick ni4 soothing, HMringcni re- Dial il> lame >prcad across land making I'eii-i son'*, Ointment a la\oiiii m lliui- samK ol homes. A-k >oiir diujj- li\t\ lodav for 55c l)<;.\ or 85< Oim mi-Hi de back,- Adv. i pil |<uol el the mits, or money = EXPERT FURNITURE = CLEANING Give your Furniture the care it deserves. Let an expert clean it. HO 5-8141 \\K (.IVK K/V<iLK STAMP* urn uvnu Superior Carpet Clemen UJt Mil> ir. Uppw AltM HO MI4I Final Week! 10th Anniversary IMPS MTUKDAY Special! WALL FIGURINES ami MINIATURES PRICE Plus Hundrtdi of Olhtr Gift Ittmt on Sato Throughout tho Storo. "HflRTnvinn'sf Glfti and Jewelry Open Friday Till Mat P.M. SEVENTEEN EAST FERGUSON AVE. WOOD RIVER 1 bene, Circle Kd wards- We Olre and TAMI". ZIKE PHARMACY Dial CL 9-2263 RoMWOod Ht». NOW AT RICH'S EACH YEAR RICH'S OFFERS YOU A THRILLING Ic SALE! HERE IT IS SEE WHAT A PENNY BUYS BUY ANY SUMMER ITEM DRESSES SKIRTS BLOUSES JAMAICAS SHORTS AT OUR REGULAR PRICE, RECEIVE SECOND ONE OF SAME VALUE FOR ONLY 1 — EXAMPLES Buy a $10.98 Dress, get second Dress $10.98 value for Ic for You Really Only Pay Ic for Second Buy a $5.98 Skirt, get a second || CJ Skirt, $5.98 value for Ic / f or * J You Really Only Pay Ic for Second Buy a $2.98 Blouie, get second |) Si Bloute, $2.98 value for Ic / for * You Really Only Pay Ic for Second Buy $2.98 Shorn, get second pair J| $2.98 Shorn for Ic for You Really Only Pay Ic for Second 'Shoppe BATHING SUITS REDUCED FROM RICH'S LADIES 1 APPAREL Corntr Ftrf uwn and Wood Rivor Avtt. Wood Rivor Open Friday Mght Till 9

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