Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUUbSil 4, 1960 North Alton News VFW At^tLIARV NAMES nfcLKtiATf* Delegates and alte-ninte* were selected to attend tlir national convention Aug L'1-L'fi by VF\V Post 130C Ladies AuxiiiHtv H! a .meetinR Wednesrtav tnuhi at the Veterans Memorial Center on Delmnr Ave The women Delected to attfnd the convention in Detroit arr as follows: Mrs Cecil Harris-;. Mrs. Earl Hamilton ,!i . Mrs. Ray Danncnhrink. Mrs Kditli Russell. Mrs Mary Hanei. Mrs. Rtitli Valin In other business diM-ui thr group madr plans for attending a meeting ol posts and suxiliaries of thr U'lh District fit Kast Alton VF\V Home this rowing weekend. Saturday a staff dinner followed by a dance will be held Sunday at 10 a.m. a joint meet me of auxiliaries at posts of the iL'th District will lie held Dinner will Ix? served at noon! and the auxiliaries will meet ati 2 p.m. ! Mrs. Dorotln Beyer of Stmm-l ton. IL'lh District president, was present at the meeting to inform : the croup of the weekend plans' for the T.'th district. Also prc ent at the meetine was Mr 1 Kilcen Kichmeyer ol Ml. Olive,! senior vice-president of the 12th I District. ' In other plans discussed the sroup set Aue H as the date for a pot luck dinner and fish fry for the Y\VCA sponsored Senior Citi/ens i?roup. The outing will he an all day picnic at the cabin ' of Mr and Mrs. William Peter-! sen. On Aue. IK the Ladies' Auxili-; sry of Post 1307 will host the! Madison County Council at the Veterans' Memorial Center on Delmar. The.v also made their annual pledge to the State of lllinoifrk) lie used for hospital funds. DAI GHTER BOKN AT LAS VEGAS Mr. and Mrs. James Gallagher of Las Vegas, are the parents of a daughter. Donna, born Aug. 3. The baby weighed 6 pounds 3 ounces. Maternal grandparents are Acldison Wooldridge. Alby street, and Mrs. Hazel Bowers. Cottage Hills. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Fannie Gallagher of East Alton. C'Hl'RCH SCHOOL ENDS AT ELM ST. An open house Friday at 7 p.m. will conclude two weeks ol vacation church school at Elm Street Presbyterian Church. The open house is open to parents and friends. There will be a display of handicraft exhibits and activity projects made by the children relating to the church school theme. "The Church." The display will be set up in the Christian Education Building. Fish Fry at » Cottage Hills Aug. 19-20 COTTAGE HILLS - The annual fish fry sponsored by the Cottage Hills Fire Department will be held on Aug. 19 and 20. it was -announced by Cottage Hills Fire Chief Bill Bryant. The fish fry will be held on the VFW playgrounds. Proceeds trom the fish Iry are used for improvements in the lire house and purchasing neu equipment for emergency and disaster use, Bryant said. A.O.Rea,Eilward>ville, In Traifir Charge EDWARDSV1LLE — Aaron 0. Rea. 37, of Edwardsville Rt. 1, was charged with careless driving after his automobile was reported by Edwardsviile police to have struck the parked machine of a local physician in the 1000 block of St Louis St about 11:45 p.m. WednesdaJ. Rea. driving west on St. LOUI-, St.. with his wile as a pasM-n- ger. struck the parked machine and forced it about 40 leel mt'i ;in adjoining yard police reported. Both Kea and his wile. wlu apparently sutiered only minor injuries in the collision, refused medical attention, the police report showed. Gun ami ' Stolen at Liluai EDWAKUSVILLE - Bernard I&selhardt f<x)tl>ali coach at EdwardtA ille Senior High School, reported Wednesday to the sheriff's office the theft of a nickel plated German iuger pistol from tin- bedroom ol his home on Ouk Ridge in Dunlap 1 jUt> sul)diMMon eat>i of the city limit* Pepuly Walii-i bcl.diiey said qt 6 P*i' ol ''"'"» knuckle* ' from the how v>mc time dui ing the past Virgil Chandler, East Alton, New County Jailer TO HACK DEMOS Speaking at a press conference in Chicago, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt said she would back the Kennedy- Johnson ticket "100 per cent" and would campaign for it if she were asked. (NEA Photo) WESTERN SHOF STORFS East Alton To Attend Ball (ianip EAST ALTON — A- total of '-'44 boss members of the East Alton Odense now is Denmark's third largest city, with litf.OuO people, recent figures show. Sales abroad of Italy's footwear trade jumped by 67 per League. accom-' C( , |U jn 19 - 9 Romp ^.^ Mum Baseball pained by their team managers will attend a Cardinal baseball j p.m. at the East Alton play- game on Friday in St. Louis. The!ground. Managers will be rcspon- boys will meet Friday at K: l.Vsinle for their own teams. EDWARDSVILLE -- Appointment of Virgil Chandler. 30. ofi East Alton, as a desk jailer toi to fill one ol two vacancies oni his staff, was announced today by Sheriff Geoige Musso. Chandler, a resident of East Alton for 10 years and on the police force there five years. will replace Melvin Bess of Edwardsville in the county jail office. Musso said. Bess, whoi has served as a jailer and rlep-! uty duriiiR Musso's tenure, will be assigned to duly as a night deputy. Chandler resides with his wile: and one child at 309 Victory Dr..! Kasl Alton. He formerly was i employed at Laclede Steel i Corp. at Alton. Resignations of two of his deputies. Roy MeCulley and Don Newman, both o f Granite City, was announced late Wednesday by Musso. McCully has served as jailer on the 5 p.m toj .1 a.m. shirt for nearly two years, and Newman had been 1 employed as a nightrider foi about six months. i The remaining vacancy on his; 4g contiguou . s s , ates 0)H| )s ]0 ,. u y drive in the United Slates i world's deepest freshwater lake. tokl reporter- before noon 'to-- 000 feel ol more above sea level was launched by Msgr. William Greatest depth of this lake is f] av 'is in Colorado. |O'Ryan of Denver in 1899. miore than S.400 feet. ,99 DISCUSS STRATEGY Democratic party officials from five midwestern states nipt in Chicago with representatives of Sen. John Kennedy, Democratic presidential nominee, to discuss campaign problems. The "task force" was headed by Sen. Ken- nedy's brother, Robert (center), with William Green, Philadelphia (left), and Byron R. White, chairman of the Na- ,, tional Citizens for Kennedy group. 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