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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE Glen Johnson to Head Shipman Legion Post Grwtifloltl GREENFIELD - At a regular meeting of Rainbow Girls and their sponsors Monday night, Aug. 22 was set as the date for thr initiation of two candidates. Masons, Eastern Stars, Rain- how Girls and their families will meet at 6:.TO p.m. Thursday for their annual family picnic at Woodbine Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. James Ford entertained at a Sunday night supper in celebration of the birthday of their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert included Mr. Kord. The and Mrs. group Philip Struble and family of Chesterfield; Mrs. Annie Allen, Mr. and SHIPMAN - Glen Charlei Johnson was elected commander of the local American legion Post at a family fish fry Sunday evening at the Shipman Community Park. Other officers elected were yuentin Follies, vice command-j er: Lloyd Wiltshire, chaplain and service officer; Robert Shultz, finance officer; H. O. Still, sergeant at firms; and Lloyd Wiltshire, child welfare. The public organization trap shoot wiil hold H at. Simmer- makers Grove Sunday, Aug. 28. Members of the Legion and Auxiliary will entertain their families with a wiener roast at the park on Sept. 18. The fish fry and potluck supper was attended by 70 members and t* Mrs. Robert Ford and J. L. and| 0 f ( np two organizations Robin Lea, Mrs. Ford's mother, their families. Mrs. L. C. Tendk-k. and grand- Khoury AI ,. 8 , aM p lav mother, Mrs. Mattie Dams, i SH1 p MAN _ The all-star Khou- Chesterfield. Robin Lea Ford (| .,, v LrHK1Jp KHmp was p|ay( , d was guest of honor at a family : S|)nday bptwc(>n thp pasten) and dinner Tuesday evening in thej w ,. H , prn div , 8lon of thf , M , d(!Pt home of her parents, in celebra-ij e , im tion of her fifth birthday. j ' Four ^ f|wn , he Jopa , Mi(J . Mrs. L. C Ter.di.-k and daugh-j Kflt tparn wprp sp|ficted (f) , and sons, Mark and Dick, of Clinton, will leave Wednesday on a va Hospital Notes ALTON MtMOftlAL Kldred ELDRF:D — Mr. and Mrs I^onard Thomas of Ft. Mende, Md.. were recent guests St the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Barnett. Both Mr and Mrs. Thomas are in the Armed Force*, Mrs. Thomas is the former Virginia Barnett and attended school! here. Mr. and Mrs Edward Havelka and Robert and Darla attend- family dinner Sunday ;tt MEDICAL Miss Kllen Wolff. Memorial. Miss Mamie Crawford, 820 Langdon. Mrs. Mabel Temple, 1303 Miltnn Mrs. Volena Smith, Hartford. Arthur Salmons. 3224 Ertsnll. , Mrs. Beverly Wood, S. Roxana.|«l John Dick. 809 Sixth. .the home of Mrs. Muriel Havelka (ie«rge Gilbert. Brighton. jj n East Alton. »„ v, ,, t ?.V ROI 5: AI / ... Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Nell White, Kast Alton. !, _ ...... .. ,, Mrs. Gladys Hoover, Fast Alton. L T *»»»«"*• were Mrs. Mrs. OpafBridgevvater. K. Alt(mi w hiteside s brother-in-law and Mrs. Pauline Hyman, 614 Wyss. jsister, Mr. and Mrs. L. A Crav- Patricifl Williams, 1013 Wallace, ens of Metamora. Mrs. Earlenc Rench, SI? E Alton. ter. Mrs. Forrest Douglas «„«,„„ , hp „„.„,„,. teanWj Thev wpre Billy Wlnslade, Dennis Skaggs, [Edward Bunt and Tom Kahl. ; cation trip to California Infant Christened Mrs Eloise Barton and chil-l SHIPMAN _ Karen Ann Dun . dren, Janine. Johnny, and Vmce,! nagan WM christened at St have returned from «.vacation ! Aloy8luB ch urch ,„ Brl hton Mon . trip to Wisconsin and a visit| day eveninK She is the _ with Mrs. Barton's sister-in-law, iof Mr md Mps Dav)d Mrs. W. R. Twraton and family,,^ Mr and Mrs A[an Davjs j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greer at- ""^ d '*"„ ^j^ nn ^ ""'""''I tended funeral services for Mrs. o , hers from Shj who „, , Greer's cousin. P. C. Oden, in;, ended were . Mps Scotf „ | Mocker Saturday. I,*.,, Mark and Susan Briskovich.l Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dewey are spending this week in Tex-' Wiipnwn Note* as, where they will visit with' SEIZE U.S. PKOPKKTY Cuban employes of the U.S. owned telephone, and electric power companies in Havana steady the ladder as one of them removes the name plate and trade mark of the telephone company prior to staging a mock funeral to celebrate the seizure of U.S. property. (NEA Photo) at MedoraBarbecue sReceipts $2,670 Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bechdoldt of Alton spent Sunday with Mrs. Cecil Bechdoldt. 'f Mrs. "Grace Billings, 2617 Walnut 1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Griffith f)lSMtMAt£ iand daughters. Cherry and Don#, George Pappas. Mather Home.jna, returned Monday from a 5- James warren, 2818 Broadway. j dav ^.^ J Q Tpnnessee and Ken- I/ennis Schmidt, Godfrey. . ". , „, , , .. . ,. Warren Sheets, 3217 Edsall. tll( ' k -V dfim Th °y also vlsited Mr Mrs. Patricia Meier, Godfrey land Mrs. Paul D. Griffiths at Mrs. Margaret Hawkins, 2424 Marion, III. Sherwood. I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. Mable Hogue, Godfrey. | and Mrs Rj c hard Varble were: Mr*^ Mable Green. 3611 Berk-i Mr and Mrs F , em wn|iams Mrs. Edna Strohbeck, Brighton. and daughter, Louise of Wood Mrs. FerVi Blumstein, Brighton. River: Mr. and Mrs. John Schnel- Mrs. Marrlell Mayes, BethaltoJton and sons and Mrs. John Wil- <jliams all of Greenfield. i Donpld Martin has completed I his basic training at Fort Leon-i »» • •» •jard Wood, Mo., and is visiting his HOUSIHglM ' God-! parents. Postmaster and Mrs. ! jWilliam Martin, Donald will re-! Jttt THtfffltit lit jport to Fort Monmouth. N. J.,' *'"/•«"««'" l " I Aug. 19. rs. Shirley Mager and two James Keene, Rt. 1, Godfrey. i children were Sunday dinner Mrs. Lois Matthias. 2411 College' -'ucsts of her father. Warren How- Mike \nnril Treated at Swiss Clinic ST. ANTHONY'S SENATE LEADERS MEET Everett M. Dlrkspn (R-HI.). Senate minority leader (left), and Lyndon B. Johnson (D-Tex.), Senate majority leader and Democratic candidate for vice president, have a short chat after Congress reconvened in Washington, D.C., for a special summer session. (NEA Photo) Mrs. Mary Hufker, Rt. 1. i frey. i Don Cahill, 508 Summit. DISMISSALS BETHALTO — MflW Vwwil, 9, of Bethalto received Oiree Injections of fresh cell tissue on Ang. 4 at the Swiss Clinic of Dr. Paul Niehans as part of additional treatment in his fight to overcome macular degeneration, a disease of the central nervous system which heretofore has been fatal. | According to word received ifrom his mother, Mrs. A. J. Van- jctl, who accompanied the boy to j Switzerland, Mike was schedul- ; ed to receive two additional injections on Aug. 5. Mike must , remain in bed for three days following the treatments, Mrs. Vancil said. Mike has not reacted ' to the latest injections, his mother said. Accompanied by his mother, Mike boarded a jet airliner for Switzerland on July 27. He re: turned to the clinic at the request of the Swiss physician. The j Vancils are expected to return to Bethalto on Aug. 27. Bethalto Club Plans Ice Cream Social BETHALTO — Members of Health Program I suiting services to communities.' A third memforr of the team, ; iWeston said, would be the fed- em! government, "following with the Bethalto Women's Club will consultation, funds and other sup-'have an ice cream social on'Aug. porting items to stimulate plan-ill at the Bethalto Fire House it ning . . ." jwas reported by Mrs. Evelyn Weston is director of sanitation jshoppet. The social will be from SHIPMAN - Mrs. Daisy Wil- Da'rrel. Ray Dewey and family,;!~ *« *«^ Monday: JERSE Fay Frost ed a master's degree in in Amarillo. Mrs. Maurice L. Melvin to St. Francis Hospital in * r JO!^'* ViSitCd heP 8 rand P arents ' Mr - and ; P ortant as rodent control, waste Tarv Miller 1007 Kourth M ™' GP ° rge Howde " he11 - Mr -jdisposal, water protection and ThoLrnMoyer 416 Seventh. ! and Mra " Ma S er recentl - v P^jacrident prevention in any state MKDORA — Total gross re-iMrs. Ella Swain, 1017 Ninth.; ,f sed a new "ome in Jersey-ihralth program, according to a cpipts for the Medora Barbecue i Miss Deborah Kehr, 2319 Bircn.|ville having sold their home in i Virginia officia cpipis jor mp Aieaord »aroecue ill __ 1 . t __ j „—.„_,., 2(m Belle | Ca i houn county. Mager is employed on a barge line. Wood row Beck, 2517 Aberdeen.; M r and Mrs; Mamml WP«<:PI, knovvn until all bills are in and I Mrs. Ann Qark, 101 Sullivan. lr .' .? MI ?' ^™ ue ' "l 688 ?' ar on Urban SURGICAL |spent_ the weekend ,n St. Lou,sj the Residential CARBONDALE (Special) — . . . . ,, . ^ . c ,,_ t n Q „ m ,.,.....». . . , training for the Virginia Divison'b until 9 p.m. deshell and family. They also Housing hygiene is just as im- nf ,,„,,, ,.,,,.„,, < ,,,,,,.,,, j Women of the club are assist- seminar, tended bv health funds for project in North •-YVILLE - M..SS Dona.^" ^ rte d "Tuesday "'^^1^"°^ "f""'^.^ 2 >st of Jerseyville receiv- ; $2.670.03. Profits will not beyond™ R^k 2S17 Ah, of Local Health Services. The seminar, staffed and at-| in K in a drive officials fromj the Dimming . ... States is pri-! Betnalto - The c l ub wl " not meet \,'ith hn-iith 1 again until September. \Vllll 11 Lei I III ; problems arising from the "hous- In a speech prepared for de- j ng explosion" and urban slum ,: livery at the nationwide Semin- daughter and husband, iNorth Dakota - at Grand Forks; Bill Lyons, incumbent and Dem-(Mrs. Ann Naber, Rt. 2, Jer- and their families at a family picnic Sunday at Valentine Park. | Other guests were Sylvester Mel-! vin, ter, Mrs. John Vandaveer. Mrs. Francis Hamman and son with his sister, Miss Agnes Ber-! Health and Environment. now under way at Southern Ill- conditions. Medora Notes MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Friday! Clure. N "" e "°' Miss Cuma Lee Frost, went to Grand Forks to attend t h e even ing. The main speaker Satur-JMrs. Carmella Hazen, 225 Ladd. . . ,„ , . . . . tola Is visiting her grandparents, ,^nmennment activities a nd day was Waldo Ackerman, Re-iAnthon Dietz, 716 Ridgevvay, who is 10,. and hi* daugh-| Mr and Mrs Roy Archer jthey accompanied the graduate publjcan candidale for Congress. I Last M ^ „, of Indian- Mc-'and Debbie, who had spent week in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Percy D^vis of , Va.. said department should have a separate bureau charged Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heyen ! have returned from Memphis, Doujla. «f Decalur »p™l l»tj T ^ ft aw sr r P . h Ud'r- Mr " d *» - •* « - Mrs. Wayne Thayer and Patricia visited during the weekend with Mrs. Thayer's sister, Mrs. Mary Loving, in University City, Mo. j Mrs. Belle Wyatt returned! home Sunday after spending aj month in the home of herf daughter, Mrs. Richard Jouett.j in Belleville. The Jouett family! Howard Heyen. They took their grandchildren, Howard Jr. and back to Jerseyville Monday. ..^ d j strict H( , Miss Frost is a member of state's attorney the faculty of the Jersey Com- County. DISMISSALS !at munity High School where she Southwestern is associated with the Business band and The Sheppards were, is at present Frank Becrariki R( . 2 , of Sangamon wa rdsville. ! Mrs. Anita Bunse. 2413 Virden. High School John Branham, Cottage Hills. T Miss Jane Eaton, Wood River. Japanese spent the weekend i fle , d the home of Mr. and Mrs. with basic responsibilities in the of health, Ed- j Carroll Giberson homecoming. and attended !with housing hygiene included." j Weston sad the progressive deterioration o f housing areas j caused by "urban sprawl" means jthat all the usual public health i activities reflect elements of ...... (housing programs. He said local of the local high school in the Springfield and the Kitchen Klat- Mrs. Olivia Hoffman, Edwards-: FUJIYOSHIDA Japan (AP) - governments should be in charge C/A<II 'i I V/'imrtn*-! T^/->»-ifi r»t mnnt A I i_*r*L: -_r«__i i _._-'..Ml— * f • \* »» a Education Department. Her sis- musical attractions the first night i^°" s Sherlyn, to their home after an ter is also on the teacnin K staff and the Ansar Shrine Band of frey Uohn Grossheim. 912 Washington' j - Protest of Firing eight weeks visit here. Robert Morrison returned Sun-i 800 ^ 1 S 1 '' 6006 Department. ter band of day from a two weeks training! A graduate of the local high night. at Camp McCoy in Wis-i scno01 ' Miss f ' rost nolds a bach- Austin Wiley's Band of White 1 jelor degree from Illinois State Hall and Les Geisler's "Band of; Shipman Saturday ville. William Lucker. Brighton. Japanese farmers today gave up of inspection and policing but that Tula Neuhaus. Wood River. Brighton Partndge ' Rt Normal University at Normal, i Today" provided music for danc-:Miss Linda Pickett, 608 Belle. accompanied Greenfield. Mrs. Wyatt to Brighton Girls to Attend Conference BRIGHTON —At a meeting of the Evangelical and Reformed Church Youth Fellowship Sunday night it was decided that Barbara Geisler and Margaret Foster will attend a conference at Benson, 111., Aug. 27 and 28. The organization will go to For to Study Slavic Unity Moves Non - Russian movements toward pan-Slavic unity in the Nineteenth Century will be the 111. and has studied at Illinois ing each evening. Commercial College in Champaign and Shurtleff College in !Mrs. Irene Sparks. 428 Fouldf=. In SiH»*> ( 'h rnntpfet James Sumpter, 231 Maurice. MTrrvIoA VT D v, ^ ' Miss Henrietta Smith, 608 Silver. MEDORA — Miss Roberta : M r« Alton in addition to the Umver- Frost of the Rakp and stitch i Mrs' sity of North Dakota. ; aub was Qne of the mree con .| Grove At the University this summer i testants in the 4-H speech con-'Mrs. Mable Meeks, 3 Sullivan an attempt to stop a U. S. Marine j state public health agencies firing practice. They had been I should set up training units to camping in the target area at the provide housing hygiene con- base of Mt. Fuji. weekend in Galien, at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCarty. While there they attended the wedding of their nephew, Leonard McCarty. Mrs. Hope Chism and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bowman returned home Monday night from Denver. Colo., where they were va-j cationing with Miss Inez Chism. j Mrs. George Freshwater and daughter, Janet, and Jurhee v'aughan, Fairfield, spent a few days here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt, returning home Sunday evening. Macmillan Arrives In Bonn Today BONN, Germany (AP)-British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan arrived today for a two-day meeting with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and set the unity of Europe and the peace of the world as their prime goal. Hew Ta Held FALSE TEETH More Firmly in Place Do your false tMtb annoy and embarrass by slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, laugh or talk' Juat sprinkle a little FA8TEETH on your plates.This alkaline (non-acid) powder holds false teeth more firmly and more comfortably. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Does not •our. Checks "plate odor' T (denture breath). Get FASTEETH today M drug counters everywhere. ,Miss Frost was elected to mem-; test at jerseyville Monday eve- bership in Pi Omega Pi, National Honor Fraternity for business ; g ne ]t er education majors and was one ning. She spoke on "The Family! jtox ana Noble Tyson, 1205 Coppinger. Mrs. Margaret Puterbaugh, subject of investigation in Vienna!of 13 out of 90 candidates receiv-i and Prague this month by Dr. j ing membership. Stanley Kimhall of the SIU South-1 Last summer she was one ol',j£ pt £r Church "'Sunday "after- She won a B ribbon, .(cayne Wuellner. 442 E. 12th Baptizing at Kemper ' MEDORA — A baptismal service was held at the Kemper western Illinois Campus history faculty. Kimball, who will leave New York for Europe on Aug. 14, was est Park Highlands at St. Louis! awardpd a research grant by SIU Wednesday, Aug. 24. leaving here between 9:30 and 10 a.m. Girls' Softball BRIGHTON — In one of three girls' softball games last week Brighton Bluejays, 10 to 12 years old, defeated Grafton Springettes 18 to 9. Martha Little was stand- „ . , ., „, . .attempts in manager for the Bluejays and|.., ; Linda Schmoeller pitched, with Terry Schoeberle catching. Sally Campbell pitched for the Spring- ettes, with Glenna Critchlield behind the plate. In the 13-17-year age bracket Brighton Blackhawks defeated Grafton Chicks 18 to 4. Mary Carr and Sandy Jones comprised the winning battery. Mary Lurton was on the mound for Grafton, with Jean Hufley behind the plate. In an all-local game Brighton to defray part of the costs of the study, Dr. Herbert Rosenthal, chairman of the social studies division, announced today. The history professor, who teaches on the Alton campus, will explore historical archives in the capitals for evidences of the Slav to achieve solidarity without Russian influence. He will be returning to familiar territory having lived in Prague in 1948 and in Prague and Vienna in 1957, He also plans to call on book dealers in London, Paris, Vienna and Prague for the campus library. three young women at the Uni- noon. with the Rev. Harry Pot- JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL SURGICAL Harley Tucker, Cottage Hills. Miss Nellie Sparks, Hartford. ! Mrs. Mary Vandiver, 634 Second j Gregory Kane, 509 Main, Eastj AJton. i DISMISSALS t Joseph Vermaux, Bethalto. | Mrs. Helen Karns, South Roxana Mrs. Blanche Cloninger, Be- ; thalto. i Levi Lewis, East Alton. ! !Mrs. Edna Ryder, Cottage Hills. JTHRIFT TALKS by don kerold .ou versity elected as members of ter of Kanp Pi Lambda Theta and served as There a member of the credentials Janie ^ hine ,'V a ' u ia; Bu'rto'nTTin- for ' Mrs. Edison Foster. Jerseyville. jDebra Brown. Glendale Gardens. Mrs. Robert Crull, Fieldon. , Paul Gallacci, 1 E. Madison. Mrs. James Swan. Hardin. in charge. llxiren Reeves, Hamburg, were five candidates: DISMISSALS committee this year. that Queen to Be Selected At Rodeo fraternity da and Cathy Qverby, Dennis Gaffney. Bureau Family \ight Mrs. Harold Tucker. Kane. Mrs. Wayne Hallstead, Alton. Mrs. Clifton Cunningham, Dow. Elmer Johnson, Hardin. Fred Schneider, Hardin • MEDORA — The Medora Home;Rj c hard Harman, Golden Eagle. Bureau Family night will be held, Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the 1 W ;home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale .Smith, served. Refreshments svill be MEDICAL Mrs. Clara Peek, 402 East Dr., East Alton. Ronald Kelley. 2501 Amos, Alton. VICTOR Adding Machines Calculators Sale*—Service Rentals GODWIN OI-tlCE SUPPLY, Inc. 114 E. Bdwy. Ph. HO 5-7756 "Alton's Commercial Stationer*' SAVE NOW- FLY HIGH _ LATER for the Hornets and Sherry Reck er caught. Terry Northcutt pitched for the Orchids, with Linda Taul catching. Brighton Red Birds, 10 to 12 Green Hornets, managed by Bet-1 years old, defeated a Shipman sey Duncan, defeated Brighton Orchids, managed by Louise Fenton, 45 to 28. Janice Scheffel pitched team at Shipman 22-19. Last home games will be Aug. 19. "Cool As A Cucumber" —A COMMON SAYING We have no cucumbers to sell, but we can help keep you cool as one. Simply dial our number and wait for our delivery service — courtesy of our {hop, of course. You don't even have to appear at the door if you're dressed "Cucumber style." Juit call, "Charge it!" Trust Us— We Specialize! THE PRE S rim»Tio.\ HOP U I. Iraodwiy, Altw HO 5-751J J. A rodeo queen will be chosen at the All-America Rodeo at River- j house Farms. Aug. 27 and 28. ac-' cording to Larry Davidson, director of the rodeo. The queen will i be chosen for her horseback rid- j ing ability, attire and personality, i Entries may be made to Davidson | at Riverhouse Farms, Rt. 2. God- j frey. The judges for the contest > will be Davidson on performance, | Dorothy Kelly on attire, and Har-j old Harvey on beauty. ' The rodeo will be a benefit for Boys Town of Illinois. All horsemen in the Alton area are invited to take part in thn grand entry of the All-America Rodeo. Showtime will be 8 p.m. Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday. William Green. Rt. 2, Godfrey, is in charge of entries. 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