Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 9, 1960 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Tuesday, August 9, 1960
Page 7
Start Free Trial

Page 7 article text (OCR)

TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAO* Mm, Alvi Darr's Rites Held at Rune KANE — Funeral services for Mrs. Alva tterr, formerly of this were cumluctw Friday afternoon at the Kane Cemetery. The Rev. Donald DttRall, pastor of the Methodist Church official ed. Kane Notes Three25«Year Men Honored By Shell Oil 4 Lohg'Time Employes of Shell Retired fvat tret residents were honored recently upon their retire* ment from Shell Oil Co.'s Wood Rim rWlnery. They are K. O. Iff!L^^ n ?JS* A S! * A * K - Mf - *«* Mw - Bw'lTNty are Clatrde Johnson, W1U1 niwrc inewi OM. yvmm vet »T f 11 um 7> nwo y. <•» mimcim« ** »,#/•>«* t. . -t» *. lot; Wesley J. Lascoe, 809 Penn- Watson, Si. Louts; Mrs. Dee jMtamuri Ave.,.South Roxana: sor1s r)ifl ,. rs „, slone Mn brown | birthday dinner Summer School Students Long Way From Campus By IJALB MBLSO* CRESCENT BAR. Wash.. Three area residents were hon-l_o n a sandy outcropping in thrj ored recently upon completion of:Columbia River, a bearded youth 25 years of service eaeb at Shell! 8 "'* dirt through a scrwn. j Oil Co.'s Wood River refinery.! Al a |rjn « '" wp in 1hp Cf%nfpr of ! „, »„,*« Ml I aiT Berdan School Grads Meet MEtWRA — Mr. and Mrs. !Jop Groom entertained •ytvtnia Ave., South Roxana, 28 yeaW service; Ur Southard, 209 WWtelaw Ave., Wood River, more than 40 years, and Leant* L, Thompson, WIlsonviHe, formerly of Bethalto, more than 23 years. JHL O. Kltttnp Klump, a native of Greenville, received his education In Mulberry Grove, 111. He was employed by the Alton Box Board Co. prior to Joining Shell. He was serving at a shift fore- Bur,*, Alton and Mr. and Mn,jMe,vin A. Sul.ivan,502 South |wpei . man in the refinery's calaly- department at the time of retirement. Klump H c marrled Lillian Pierce of Carlyle. Klump Is a member of the Piasa Pointers and Setters Club, Alton Fraternal Order of Eagles, Wood River Loyal Order of Moose and the Alton-Wood River Sportsmen's dub. He lived In Be thai to for 15 Leo Can' of .lalappa visited Sunday wilh the George Milner family. Misses Daisy and Lethe Davis, St. Louisa and Mrs. F. T. Hawk of Alton t-alled on friends and relatives here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones spent Sunday in Roodhouse with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brannan. ' .Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Campbell were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Crotchett and family of Bethalto, and Pat and Mike Gowin of Jersey County. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burch, Mrs. William Gowin and Mrs. Ross Crotchett attended church in Be- Central Ave., Roxana: and ...„<,.,.« -»* - — „ Charles E. Welch, Rt. 1, East ,.,^ "^^"''^ ftl 1 ?" 1 "** J* * rand ™ ther '. .M* Alton. Claude Johnson Johnson was bom hi Eldorado ;tin(? mmmff ,,. hoo , from any clHSsroom. far R gtj|rbuck Mf9 Maurice Starbuck, Barbara and Township and was educated m: wide nrfhRPoiigiral venture which Saline and Gallatin counties. Hel" BS blossomed as the dams have farmed in Sft- risen on thp rivrrs of the Pacific line County be-|' Northw ' >st fore jo'lnlng Ptecr by pincc, these grimy, Shell. He now!perspiring scholars are fitting to- serves in the re-lgother the story of the semi-no- finery's engi-jmadic Indian tribes' who wintered neering field de- along the mighty Columbia in pre- Thoy are also part of an area- Chris, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Starbuck, Tommy, partment. historic times. He married There are 18 in this group from Jessie Anderson j (he University of Washington —ex- of Harrisburg,| cav ating in an area which will be Johnson ' in 1931, andiflooded by Wanapum Dam. under they have five children. They are!construction by the Grant County, thalto Sunday. Their granddaugh-JMrs. Laura Twente, South Rox- w a sh., Public Utility District, ter, Deborah, daughter of Mr. and| ana; Mrs. Doris Hall, Farming- six days each week, a digging Mrs. Kentner Ccotchett, was bap-j lon> Mo.; Mrs. Evanell Cause, j party makes a five-mile motorboat (tized. . ' jCenterville, 111.; Claude Allan, a|t r j p downstream from the group's senior at Roxana H)gh School; j headquarters at the Crescent Bar 2 Complete 35 Years at Shell Kathy. all of Johnny Alton; and and Mark's sisters, Cynthia and T*> land Larry Dale, a sophomore at|Community Hall to the site of an Roxana High School. • ancient Indian village. The site is' I Johnson is a member of thejj nac( . P8S jbie by land. ! resa. Reunion at Gollke Home MEDORA — A reunion at the Robert Gollke home Sunday, nonored Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Gollke and family, who were here from Ducor, Calif. Others present were Miss Karen Roden, St. Paul, Minn. The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Golike Jr:, and fanv ily, of Fosterburg, who are here on furlough from Africa, Mrs. Lola Harris and family, Fosterburg, Miss Judy Green,* Alton. In the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Don Golike of Fosterburg were visitors. Medora Notes MEDORA — Mrs. Forence I Mark Williams, 935 Pearl St., years prior to moving to hlsj A|ton> ^^ honored recent | y present address 15 years ago. W. J. Laiwoe Lascoe, a native of Mt. Olive, was educated In Belleville. He was employed by the Belleville Tool & Die Co. Roxana Volunteer Fire Depart- i Carefully, square by square, j Warner, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. upon completion of 35 years ofj service at Shell Oil Co.'t Wood | River refinery. j Born near Graflon, Williams! £ was educated in ment and Edwardsville AF&AM j they dig away the crust of centur- No. 99. He has lived at his pres- i j cs overlying Indian "house pits" ent address for four years, after land fire hearths. The pits are shal- residing in Wanda for 20 years.'i ow depressions on which the In- M. A. Sullivan idians erected tent-styled homes. Sulivan is a native of Tagus.j Nobody knows just how old these Challacombe, Harry and Miss Ethel Challacombe attended the wedding of Miss Lynn Menard and Donald Ray Marshall at College Avenue Baptist Church in Alton Saturday. Marshall is LMCO« and by the j Alton, and was Standard Oil graduated from Co. fn Califor-fAl ton High nla prior to;School. He was joining Shell, j e m p 1 oyed at He was serving!service stations in the engineer-1 In Alton prior ing field de- to joining Shell partment at the! as a gauger in time of his re-1 the distilling de- Williams tirement. ' partment. He now serves as an Lascoe marrried Carrie Mow-ioperaior 1st in that depait- ery of Youngstown, Pa. He Is a; m ent. member of th« Lutheran! He married Adeie Klinke of N.D. He was educated in Mo-1 re |j cs are .This is one of the things j a son of Mrs. Helen Marshall of desto and be-it}, e archapologists are trying to!Jerseyville, formerly of Medora. gan work at the!fj n( j OU (. Some estimates of the! Miss Donna Bailey has re- refinery after ; ag€ j O f fj n( j s j n the area range I turned from attending a Pente- g r a d u a t i on j as h ig h as e.OOO to 8,000 years, i costal Youth Camp at Murphys- high| Most are more conservative. boro. She accompanied a group He now j Sorn e of these same students i of >oung people from the Green- fro m school, serves in thejdug at another site downstream, Sullivan thermal cracking department. He marr i e d the former Maxine Gille- above the same agency's Priest Rapids Dam. A group from Washington State University is working in the reservoir-to-be behind Ice Harbor Dam on the Snake River. • they have two children: Garry, j Parties from universities in Ore- Wood River, and Karen at home. | gon an( j British Columbia have land of Greenfield, in 1934, and Church of Belleville, the Belleville Fraternal Order of Eagles and at the refinery belonged to the Service Club. He has, lived at his present v *ddresj for 12 years, and formerly resided in Belleville for 35 years. Ur Southard Southard, a native of Wanda, Jived there until moving to Wood River 14 years ago. He served with the U.S. Army in France in 1917-18, and in 1919 was married the former Orpha Claytor of Hillsboro, 111 They have a daughter, Mrs. Lucille Bartels, St. Louis. Southard was employed by Ur Southard Standard Oil Co. in Wood River before joining Shell. He was serving in the refinery's engineering field department at the time of bis retirement. L. L. Thompson Thompson, a native of Hillview, was educated in Greene County-. He was employed by International Shoe Co. in Hartford for 11 years prior to joining Shell. He was employed in the railroad section at the time of his retirement. He married Isal Powers of Peoria, in 1926, and L. L. Thompson they have four children. They are Mrs. Lois Evelyn Jones, Wood River; Mrs. Vir- Alton in 1929, and they have Sullivan has lived at his present address for 15 years, and in Roxana for a total of 20 years. diaries K. Welch carried out excavations behind other damsitcs. The work is coordinated by the I National Park Service and the two children. They are John R.,1 Welch was born in Paragould.j Smithsonian Institution. It is gen- Ark., and was educated there and jeralJy financed by the agency in East St. Louis and Dupo, Hi-j building the dam. The Grant He was employ- j county PUD, in accordance with ed by. Monsan- a requirement in its license from! Rosewood Heights, and Mrs. Sandra Kay Falukos, Alton. Williams has present address lived at his for 17 years, and in Alton since 1920. Samuel E. Gehrke, 9140 Ranch Meadows Drive, Jennings, Mo., also was honored upon completion of'35 years. Gehrke, • native of St. Louis, was educated there and in the Clinton Theological Seminary In Clinton, Mo. He married V e I m a Mae Jones of St. Louis in 1929, and they have a daughter, Dr. 8. E. Gehrke Shirley Gehrke, Burlingame, Calif. Gehrke, a material expediter in the refinery's purchasing- stores department, has been employed at Shell location in St. Louis and Indianapolis In addition to Wood River. He is a member of AF&AM In Wood River, and a member and superintendent of the Sunday School at the Tower Grover . Baptist Church in St. Louis. Welch He m a r r led! which might be lost because oft Warner. Olive Daab of Dupo in 1933, and j dams. The Interior Department | Jack Elliott and his mother :hey have two children. They!said this had already happened in are Mrs. William D. Haun, West many cases, notably those of the Zhester, Pa., and Dennis Charles, Randall. S. D., and Buford, '3a., a ninth grade student at Roxana'reservoirs. Junior High School. j Welch lived in Roxana prior toj moving to East Alton seven years j Swede Among Irish ginia Irene Wilhold, Edwardsville; Larry Leroy, serving in the U.S. Navy in California; and Gary, 7. He moved to Wilsonville only a few weeks ago, after living in Bethalto for six years. Summtr Monty Spacltl you oath fiit-at homt or away todiyl Aik about BiNiricuU f*jt, convenient K Mowv SPICIAV. Oft ceah for vacation or anr reeeoo—plu* your own Credit Card for artra etab iwu g» "You're tot ban* at loams* ten* laHovom Ml 91111 STRUT, tecond riot?, ALTON H0wardi 1 4311 • AIM far the Vlt MAMai* IT AMOiMMMT.rHQMMI |V*MIMO KOMI • aajiBBBM •? BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. field Pentecostal church, who were chaperoned by the Rev. and Mrs. Norman Luna of the church. Mrs. Eva Day, St. Louis, is visiting with her sister, Mrs. James Strunk. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Strunk, Springfield, were picnic and iweekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. '' William McCrellis. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lowis returned home Saturday afternoon from a two-weeks' vacation trip in the eastern states and Canada. Miss Carol Bruns, St. Louis, CARROLLTON - Elmer Garrison was elected president or the Berdan School Retmloti group at the annual reunion and dinner Sunday on the lawn at the Baptist Church at Berdan. Other officers elected were Mrs. Charles Lakin, vice president, and Eugene Wade, secretary. Mrs. Tony Woods received flowers for being the oldest ore- sent at the reunion and A. Roach of Chicago received a gift for having coihe the greatest distance to attend. A program was given hi which Mrs. Floyd Pmkerton recited an, original poem; Janet Lakin, Lyn- delt Lakin, Linda Drew, Imogene Javen and Roger Goodman sang a song. A vocal duet was given by Mrs. Gladys Crabtree and Mrs, Almeda Oobdman, with Mrs. William Baumgartner as accompanist. The R*v.* Bluer Gram sang a solo, playing his own accompaniment. *nie program closed with ah original reading by Mrs. John Taylor. Guest Honored CARROLLTON — Mrs. Abbie Gill of Las Vegas, Nev., was honoree at dinner given Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Evans. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shaw of Nebo, Mr. and Mrs Ray Witty of Pleasant Hill; Mr and Mrs. John Meyers of St Charles; Mo., Mr. and. Mrs Donald Evans and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walker anc Mr. arfd Mrs. Roy Garrison of Carrollton. Kane Girl Graduate* From Nursing School KANE — Miss Janet Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ftjrl Crawford, graduated Sunday afternoon rrom the School of Nursing at St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton. Shr will continue on the staff at St. Joseph's until Jan. 1 then she will Join the nursing staff at Jersey Community Hospital. Kane KANE - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams and family of Shilo spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Williams. George Milner has received word of the death of his nephew, Wayne Milner of Chicago, who died of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. The body will be brought to Jerseyville. Mrse. Leslie Gowtn and family left Saturday for Buffalo, N.Y.. where they will visit with Mrs. Gowin's son, Norman, who was seriously injured when his small plane crashed. Rev. H. L. Potter went to Kern per Sunday afternoon and conducted baptismal services for five candidates at the Baptist Church. Kane Mrs. Masa Elliott, H. L. Clower and Miss Delia Clower had a picnic dinner at Old Monroe, Mo., Sunday. Tom Cunningham returned home Saturday from Camp McCoy, Wig., where he had been in training with an army reserve group. Mrs. Gertrude Gwillim was a supper guest Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Jones, the occasion being her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Colonel Healey and family and grandson, Ricky Healey, attended a birthday dinner at Havanna, 111., Sunday for her sister, Mrs. Ruby Miller of Jerseyville, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stowers. to Chemical Co. the Federal Power Commission, and Socony-Mo-!has put up $40,000 for archaeoJo- bil Oil Co. injgical excavations at its two dam- East St.' Louis;sites over a five-year period, prior to joining! Similar work goes on in other Shell. He now is employed in the refinery laboratory. parts of the country. President Eisenhower recently signed a bill providing for preservation of his- Itorical and archaeological data and Pfc. Ray Winger, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Warner, Girard, Mrs. Nelle Warner, Carlinville, and Mrs. Helen Irene Marshall, Jerseyville, were visitors Sunday of Mrs. Florence ago. While a resident of Roxana,! WORCESTER, Mass (AP) he served for four years on the I The only group of its kind m village board and for four years as mayor, He is a member and past grand of Wood River IOOF 1024 and Wood River Loyal Order of Moose 1349. New England in Worcester's Hibernian Gaelic Choir, consisting mostly of singers who have been in the United States only since 1949 and several, only a •year or two. But — j Who is the pianist who pounds j out all the choir's traditional; Irish music? Gunnar O. Forslund — a Swede. i Interracial Project LITTLE ROCK, Ark. UP) ~ A Catholic Interracial Council lias been formed in Little Rock to conduct fact-finding and edu- ^ cation on interracial difficui-j " "~ ties, brought to the forefront: Almost 85 per cent of Green- here by problems over school I land's 840,000 - square - mile I integration. i surface is covered by glacier ice.| When Wat Your PILLOW Sterilized Last? PILLOWS $1.19 August Special free Pick-Up and Dojrrery 9091. Bdwy. HO5-H77 IF YOU HAVE A FEW DOLLARS YOU'VE GOT A DEAL! Returns to Home \ MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cameron, Donna and Steve, Miss Lana Greer, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wilton drove to Carmi Sunday, taking Ray Storey back to the Baptist Children's KANE — Rev. and Mrs. Garfield Rogers of Roodhouse began a i tent revival in Kane Monday night. The tent is located across the street from the Church of Christ. The meeting will continue, through Aug. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Woolsey Mrs. William Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Williams attended the wedding of Gary Williams o Kane and Miss Maxine Raytes Saturday evening at the home ol the bride's parents in Jerseyville Mr. and Mrs. Harry DeShasiei and family and Bob Brinker at tended the DeShasier reunion at Lyons Park in White Hall Sunday A potluck birthday dinner was held Sunday at the Onized Club grounds for^ Mrs, Earl AH«n of Alton. Those attending were: Earl Allen, the honoree's husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grizzle, Mr. and Mrs. William Broadway Mr. and Mrs. Robert Branham Mr and Mrs. Charles Keltner Mr. and Mrs. Loren Isringhausen Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Ballard Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown, Mr and Mrs. Glen Greenwood, Mr and Mrs. Wayne Alexander, Mrs Darris Grizzle and families and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoff. Robert Devening returned home Saturday from Monticello where he attended Wild Liie Conserva tton camp this past week. Home. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron ! Valle y to lrri * ate had the boy in their home for aiP arched lands in 'A dam is being thrown acros the small Cuara and Agua Ne gra rivers in Venezuela's Quibo farmers the drj three week vacation. i months, Caracas reports. Woodbam WOODBURN — Mr. and Mrt. L. Pennington were dinner guests Friday evening at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oerdt of Bunker Mill. The diner was in honor of Mrs. Pen- Ington's mother, Mrs. Fred awyer's, 75th birthday. Mrs. Leonora Elliott Is visit- ng her daughter and son-ln* aw, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Swift of 'enice, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken«th Dirickson In Caseyvllte. Mrs. Jamjes Barnes has re- timed home after being a surgical patient for the past week i Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Ruth Johnson of River- iriew Gardens, St. Louis, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Pennington, Sunday she vis- ted with Mr and Mrs. Marry Marth. The Women's Fellowship of he Woodburn Congregational Church will meet at the church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Larcher Heal as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Staples of Des Moines, Iowa, are visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Baker. Visit- ng with them Sunday was Mrs. Edna Chadwick of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heal and family are vacationing in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Strohbeck of St. Louis visited Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Dewey Strohbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Heal and son, Ray, and Richard Anderson of Platt City, Mo, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larcher Heal in Bunker Hill. There will be no worship •^-^ Charged With iWt Of $700,000 in BUENOS AtRtS 35, fe charges of stealing travelers checks. Pbttee him Monday after hearing of a lavish tipper maMflg rounds. They said he was $120,000 in cash. The checks disappeared in ruary en roote from the Ftart National City Bank of New Yflrtt toils branch in Montevideo, Uruguay. Soon afterward they began turning up in France, Italy, 0>f-. many and Buenos Aires. Ex-North Korean Pilot Gets Commission SEOUL, South Korea (AP)~ Chung Nak-Hyun. 24, the pilot who defected from North Korea ifl a MIG15 jet last week, was commissioned H first lieutenant in the South Korean Air Force today. Chung also was awarded the South Korean order of military merit with gold star and 10 million hwan ($15,380 at the official ratei at a ceremony at the air force headquarters. service at Woodburn Congregational Church for the next (three Sundays. The Rev. and Mrs. C. M Miller are -on vacation. Sunday school will be held as usual. Miss Ruth Bouillon attended the Bouillon family reunion at Walton Park in Litchfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Bouillon and daughters of Piasa visited Sunday afternoon with Miss Ruth Vera and Cleda Bouillon. FREE SAMPLE OFFER! Send the Coupon below for FREE Samples of TABLETS Now . . . Gontl* . . . Effective Evocucmt qnd Laxative for Constipation. AID TO REGULARITY OAK BtOOK CO. P.O. Box 4972, Field Sta. Ptets* MIX) me free samples of A-5 • St. Louis 8, Mo. Tablets. Street. .RFD. City. _Stal«_ SUPER POWERFUL! SUPER SMOOTH! I mi uutvN 10 BUY-FROM-SJOCK MERCURY SALE COME PICK THE MODEL AND COLOR YOU PREFER • 6ET 1980*1 KSMOILT CARAT tfUOE SAVINGS' NOTHING HELD BACK • TOP TRADE-INS • ACT NOW CARTER LINCOLN-MERCURY SALES, Inc. - 1490 E. Broadway 4 New Flito-Fuel ii t tp«dal blend of super high perform* anae components, perfectly matched to the "rhythm" of today's high compreision engmei. It'i super powerful ancTjuper tmooth, too! This new Flite-Fuel is more than just another high octane gasoline. It it blended to tynchroniit with the natural rhythm of your engine. It vaporizes quickly ... fire* with iplit-woond accuracy... delivers a tremendoui tbruit of power without roughnesi or ping. Today, discover "the sweetest rhythm on the road." Fill up with new Flite-Fuel at aoy etaUuo where you tee the Phillips 68 Shield. Me eif^ofr on* fas t /**/ ttfe Ntw Trop-Ardc* All-Sesjon Motor Oil can help your ov run bottar longer*... smoother quieter... wttn lower fuel oorti... fewer ropain. Change to now Trop-Aitto. «.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page