Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 5, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Qtimcy^Levee Foster Church District to Has Picnic flj\l HI 0 ^fin FOSTKRBURG - The annual \JK31 q5JL«^«J\M/ I Sunday school picnic of the Ban^ ; list Church was held at the pa- iPfttNGFIELD. III. (Special) jvilion at Roek Spring Park in V. Wlfllam G. Stratton today < Alton Thursday evening, with an! jved the disbursement of attrnd:incf of move than 100.1 112.900 for The South Quincy Children ramr for games in the! and LPVW District and early nftrrnoon and were super-, 1 i>.0«f for Big Lakr Spot-in! Drain- vised by the Rrv. and Mrs. Royi age District of Jackson County Carlson, assisted by Miss Bever- for flood rrllef. '| y Brrnhnrd nud Miss Rebaj The-Bppmvrtl of these two dis- Krone. A pot luck supper was] tricts completes the list of dis-'served after which M number at-| tricts filed and qualifying for trnriod the hall game played by flood relief aid undor Senate Bill ilv boys of the church against No. 6, passed in the May Special Hie team of Failh Lutheran j Session of the General Assembly Church, under the auspices of the! appropriating $330.000 to the 111!-,Church League, on Henry street nois Department ot Public Works diamond. and Buildings to be allocated FoMrrlnirg Notes " ld JSf nded U ',\ del ' the dlrec " on FOSTERBURG - Miss Margie « Division of Waterways. Thei Harr|s and M , M j Hflrris appropriations were for repair-j , thp Wf>phpnd ,„ ing and rebuilding drainage fa-' w|th M , gs Ruby Hal ,. js nhtios of municipal corporations; Barba ,. a ^ d hte ,. of M) . and political subdivisions of thei flnd Mrg _ John ^ ^ ^ state whu-h were damaged byi ^ f] . om & ^ wjfh , )er spring floods of this year. | broth(?r and sister . in . law , Mr . and Receiving aid under this bill; Mrs . Jack Swann . jn Belleville, and the amounts approved are: i Miss Palty Bryant, 15, daugh- Hunt Levee and Drainage Dis-| lpl . of Mr and Mrs . Jacob Bry . Wai-saw — $8o,2GO. | nn( wno fpl) down tne basement steps Sunday morning, was able to leave Alton Memorial Hospital and return to her home on Alton- Fosterburg road Thursday following therapy treatments and observation in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Voumard and children. Dennis and Donna, trict. Lima Lake, Quincy — $77,260. Lower Green River Special Drainage District, Geneseo — .$3.000. Jones Pond Drainage District, Jackson County — Sli.OOO. Cincinnati Township, County — $5,000. Tazewell Greenfield Church Schedule Lifted GREENFIELD — The sermon theme for the communion service at First Baptist Church Sunday morning will be, "Christian —Live In Christ Jesus." The Rev. Webber will speak on the subject. i Churches, will Conduct worship (services at the Greenfield and j Rockbridge churches Sunday morning and at Rubicon Church. at 8 p.m. Shipman to Legislate Against False Alarms maximum $100. Since the new dial telephone has sev- alarms have been i turnp( j rtrarrh Dtmwr SHIPMAN — The congregation of the Piasa and Methodist Churches will have a FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, I960 Children Set Sawlnrt on Fire Children apparently set some sawdust on fire on property owned by (?roat Plains Gas Co., al 13ir> Central Ave., said Fire James Lewis. Thursday at 5:55 p.m. firemen The Witness of Christian Experience," at the 8 p.m. gospel; SHIPMAN - Mnyor James hour. ILaffey has announced that Port-' The monthly church business ier Cuthbertson. lawyer f or the meeting will take place at 8 p.m. Wednesday following the mid- .week prayer service at 7:45. The Rev. Robert pastor of the area village, will draw up a proposed ordinance providing for a fine to be imposed on anyone turning Harwoodin a false fire alarm. The mlnJ- Methodist'mum fine w i 11 be $55 and the ( potlurk dinner at the Piasa : from companies 2 and 4 ex i Church annex on Sunday at noon. | (j nK ,,j s h or | the foln/e. No dam' The affair will be in honor of ; ngp Wi)s ( . aUSP ,| ;is ;) result of the Rev. and Mrs. Don Harmon andj f)rf , 'family. Rev. Harmon h,is beenj - ipnsloriiiK the charge since Mnyiternoon. Mi*. Irn Shanks gavr- ! conference H "' Iesson on ''' Kht for Today s Plans for the aflmr were ,» m .;CHIWrpn." Refreshmrnts wen- Ipleted at a WSCS meeting at theiso.-vpd by Mrs. Wayne Arnold of Piasa Oiurch on Wednesday af-iGodfrey ; md Mrs. \\illinm Young REWARD FOR SERVICE TO 17. S. Mrs. Frances Cundall receives her award for Superior Work Performance from Jay G. Philpott, district director, Internal Revenue Service, as did five other employes at the Alton office, Thursday afternoon. In the picture, from left, Frank Schanzle, group super* visor, Gustave Kllnger, Linda O'Neal, and Gayle Eihausen.—Staff Photo. II aril in Youth Fined Twice AtWoodRiver WOOD RIVER—James Hanne- returned Wednesday night from | ] l \ n< jg i R(. 1, Hardin, was arrest- almost four weeks in the west. They visited Mrs. Marie Scheldt and Philip Scheurer at Olustee, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Ross Pollard and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gravell at Plainview, Tex., the Rev. and Plan Farewell Party For Brighton Girl BRIGHTON—Methodist youth took in $30.25 in the car wash! Mr ~ s ." George Bruce and children Saturday. Those who participated were Judy and Sharon Moore and their cousins. Marilyn and Carolyn Miller, visiting from Eldorado, and April Baiy ber. Linda Well. Twila Copley, David Ebler, Danny Schmidt, David Swan, with the Rev. C. B. Johnston assisting . At 8 p.m. today there will be a farewell party for Miss Nancy Swan. Mrs. Thomas Graham, Mrs. Neil Burk and Miss Juanita Anders are in charge of arrangements. Sunday at the morning service at the church, the pastor will speak on Ambassadors for Christ. Miss Swan will go toj Malaya as a mission worker. I in Phoenix, Ariz., Miss Doris Harmon in San Diego, Calif., a great-uncle, Jonas Bowman, in LaVerne, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Nelson, at Battle Mountain, Nev. Mrs. Effie Harmon is visiting relatives in Floyd, Va., Windsor, Md., and in Pennsylvania. The Rev. and Mrs. Merle Meeden and two children arrived Tuesday from their home in Flint, Mich., for a week. They are staying with a brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Meeden, and visiting a sister, Miss Gladys Meeden. Christian High School SOUTH BEND, Ind Sunday at 7:30 p.m. the pas-1 plans are underway for estab- tor will speak on "Abraham's Test." Monday, 8:00 p.m. the Butler Foundation Committee will meet iri the church. lishment of a "Christian high school" here by a group of conservative Protestant: church, with clashes expected to begin this fall. DID YOU KNOW! 1 Piasa FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loan made more home loans to *E. I. P/s than any other lending institution in this area during the months of May and June, 1960. 2. You are an E. I. P. at Piasa FIRST FEDERAL. '•'Extremely Important Person Piasa First Federal Star* and Wall Srs. Phone HO 5-2555 ed and jailed Thursday night on charges of "operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol" and "leaving the scene of an accident." The youth, according to police, at approximately 11:15 p.m. side- swipped a parked car belonging to Russell E. Gibson, 1160 E. Lorena Ave., while parked at 212 E. Ferguson Ave., and then left the scene. He was apprehended 15 minutes later by police and jailed After pleading guilty to the two charges before Police Magistrate Thornton J. Lancaster this morning, he was fined $50 and costs on each charge. Gibson's car required towing from the scene, but Hannekin's vehicle was still driveable after the collision. 78 East Alton July Arrests WOOD RIVER—A local youth and woman bartender at the 33 Club, 33 E. Ferguson Ave., were arrested Thursday night after 6 Revenue Service Employes Get Superior Work Awards Wood River Loan Again Headed By W. A. Grove WOOD RIVER — W. A. Grove | a " Six Internal Revenue Service employes received Superior Work Performance Awards Thursday in recognition of exceptional performance of their duties. In addition to receiving certificates, they received cash awards of $85 each. Jay G. Philpott. district clirec- was re-elected president of Wood, ra i offict , 7 A , b s ', atR , ndod ^ r .^l"5 S .. U !? d ., L( !! l l.^! OI L 1 ;| b y supervisors and other em- I ployes. This was the largest group of employes in the Alton area recognized thus far under the superior work performance phase of she reportedly sold the youth canned beer. Wesley L. May, 19, of 516 OW St. Louis Rd., was arrested at 11:10 p.m. near the tavern on a charge of "disorderly conduct" through falsifying his age to purchase the beer. He was jailed and after pleading guilty to the charge this morning before Police Magistrate Thornton J. Lancaster, was fined $25 and costs. Police Chief James Buckner j reported that the case t ot Mrs. Margaret Byrley, 1326 Harrison St., arrested for "selling intoxicating beverage to a minor," will be referred to the City Liquor Commission following her appearance later today. before Lancaster HOOVER SHAMPOOS YOUR CARPETS AND RUGS! A professional job at a fraction of professional rates. Brings new color and life back to rugs that become dull with use. Check these exclusive features and you'll buy Hoover: *Special Rug Shampooers, •Large Easy-to-FIII Tank, *No Special Cleaning Solutions to Buy, "Guaranteed by Hooverl And It's o FLOOR POUSHEft, tool This new Hoover will scrub, wax'and polish your floors to a gleaming finish- quickly and easily. The big, removable tank will dispense scrub water or liquid wax and special brushes do the rest ation at the annual meeting of! stockholders Monday. Other officers re-elected were: W. I. Jolley, 1st vice-president; George G. Guker, 2nd vice president; Byron F. Killam, secretary-treasurer; Irene R. Schwal-j be, assistant secretary-treasurer. Re-elected to directors were: W. A. Grove, B. M. Harrod, W. I. Jolley, E. W. Lutz, George G. Guker, Leonard Schmidt and Program. This program was designed to recognize and reward employes who perform their duties in an exemplary manner for sustained periods of time, and who contribute ideas to improve Beaumont M. Parks. ! government operations. Employes ; of the Alton office have been A new high of assets, showing; actively participating in this! a gain of $416,295.22 over the;program since the Government' past year, was announced at the | Employe's Incentive Awards Act i meetm g- :was passed in 195-1. i The total assets for the yearj „,. . . ending June 30, 1960, was $3,320,- ! lhc em P I( * es receiving awards I 894.36, as compared with $2,-! 904,599.14 of June 30, 1959. A new record was noted in regards to dividends credited or paid to savers. The total of $119,- The were: Igaret J. H. Klmger, Mar- Gjbbons, Frances E.' Cundall. Gayle E. Eihausen and Linda L: Oneal. They are members of the Office Collection Force 981.70 was earned during the uncici ,' the su P«'vision of Franklin L. Schanzle, group supervisor, [ Alton. Schanzle was commended I year by all savers, while a sizable amount' was transferred to the reserves to further solidify the by Philpott for recognizing Gophers Get Blame TRACY, Minn UP) - Farmer Alden Jensen blamed a gopher hole lor a break in his dike that permitted waters of the Des Moines River to flood his land. requested that all navigators proceed with caution past the site to avoid accidents. ONLY SCO95 59 OPEN MOH. t FBI. NITE TILL 9 P,M, ALTON HOME IMP. 1652 C. BROADWAY HO 2-9246 I Free Parking in Rear oi Store Oil Ridge Street financial position of the associa- rewarding his employes. tion. Home Loans for the year totaled 145, amounting to $927,600. 2 Arrests in * Wood River Case i EAST ALTON—The Police Department's July report showed a total of 78 arrests, 10 less than the 88 arrests in July, 1959. Traffic arrests totaled 41 as compared with 54 traffic arrests made in July, 1959. A July total of 36 careless driving arrests led in the traffic violations. Single arrests were made for reckless driving, traffic sign violation, no license plates and a revoked driver's license. Five arrests were as a result of 20 July traffic accidents which involved 33 automobiles. Twelve accidents were without injuries, and eight accidents had injuries. July accidents were; car and car, 14; car and fixed object, 4; car and pedestrian, 1; and car and bicycle, 1. A nlmalA idG roup To Meet Monthly Members of the Alton Area Animal Aid Assn. voted last night at a special by lasvs meeting to hold monthly board meetings and at least one annual membership meeting. Members also discussed the increase in the number of cruelly cases in the area, One clog abandonment case was re|iorted under prosecution against an out of town resident. A special board meeting is: scheduled in two ,weeks. Teh I Drilliii" Sliitcil in (lumil Tlu* planned lest drilling approximately 1,000 feet north of the Chain of Rocks Canal highway bridge on !Aug. 10-24 has prompted a warning from the office of the district engineer. A spokesman for (lie office announced today that this test drilling would be done by a work i boat and pontoon drill rig which! vull be located about 200feet from the centerline of the canal. He a THRIFT HOME it Your BEST HOME INVESTMENT! QUALITY CONSTRUCTION SATISFACTION TO HOMIOWNIIS SINCI M2III *LOW COST YOU CAN SAVI UP TO 30% AND MOREII * VARIETY CHOOSI PROM CATALOAUI OP UNLIMITIO PLOOR PLANSII * EASY FINANCING THRIFT WILL PINANCI FOR YOU!! * NO MONEY DOWN LOW MONTHLY PAYMINT! 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