Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 1, 1963 · Page 9
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June 1, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE? Calhotm Cancer Society To Elect New Officers HARDIN — The annual meeting of the Calhoun County Cancer Society has been set for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jerry Corbett, county chairman. Reports of the year's progress will be heard, including a report of the successful crusade of this spring, for which Mrs. Penny McDonald was chairman. County officers will be elected at this meeting, and plans will be made for the year. Special guests will include Mrs. Irma Hayes of Springfield, field representative"of the American Cancer Society, and Mrs. Connie Slay of Alton, executive secretary. . Attend Ball Game HARDIN •*- Members of the athletic squads of the Unit', 40 schools were guests of the. Cardinals baseball team at a game at Busch Stadium Tuesday night. The group made the trip by bus and two private cars.. The boys were accompanied by the coaches and several local business men. Keeping lit FMd Day HARDIN — The second annual 4-H Keeping-Fit Field Day will be held at the Calhoun County fairgrounds Monday, starting at 6 p.m., for all 4-H members in the county. A series of tests to measure each child's fitness will be conducted, including sit-ups, a heart recovery test, a .standing broad jump, «)-yurd run, '100- yard run, arm pull and tumbling exercises. Each child will be measured on his age, weight and body typo. His tests will lie compared With those of other children of similar characteristics to discover his physical fitness. The tests arc designed for the enjoyment of the children as well as to find fitness level. Parents are being urged to at tend with the children, and they will be invited to help administer some of the tests. Farm Adviser Robert Lahne and Home Adviser Mrs. Peter W. Simon have made arrangements for the field day. " Plenty of Money BENGASI—A record amount of currency is reported in circulation now in Libya. NOW! LOCAL SERVICE ON TEMPO-TRONIC ELECTRONIC CUT STENCILS For A. B. Dlcli, Gestetner, Roncn, Gcna, Speed-o-Print, Machines. Perfect StnncHs Made from any drawn or printed copy or paste-up. $<J50 tfm Each OFFICE MACHINES EXCHANGE 2800 E. Broadway HO 2-8442 Awards Made At Hartford Grade School HARTFORD — James Barber and Brenda Freeman won Amer- can Legion awards at Woodrow Wilson School this year and received them Wednesday evening. The awards were presented by 3111 Fewell of Hartford Legion Post. Barber also won the "John Stahlheber" award which was presented by Floyd Bunt of the Wood River V.F.W. Post. Students who graduated were: James Barber, Dennis Belden, Dennis Boger, Marlene Bowers, Davis Brown, Barbara Creamer, Cindy Coates, Danny Drainer, 3renda Evans, Barbi.ra Fla^ck, Dallas Flatt, Miche.el Forsting, Brenda Freeman, Gary Freeman, Ceryl Graver, James H a r t, Donna Hendricks, Maty Ann Hoots, Terry Hultt, Leonard Jackson, , Glen Jerrrmn, Charleno Knight. Ruth McCoskey, Ted McDonough, Carolyn Milligan, Marilyn Milligan, Robert Moore, Peggy Moyers, Susan Newherry, Janice Norton, Gayla Olbert, Linda Porter, Tom Rhoads, Etta Rogers, John Schremp, David ,Slinkard, Gary Sbrgea, Robert Stanton, Linda Tupper, Pamela VanMeter, Bruce Varble and Sharon Wright. Mission Society Meets at Hartford HARTFORD - The Elzeda Missionary Society of General Baptist Church met at the church Fridy evening. Mrs. Rose Willford, spoke on "Abounding in the Grace of Giving." A new member, Mrs. Wilma Dillon, was taken into the Society. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Brewer and Mrs. Provance. To Get Degree HARTFORD — Johnnie Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Curtis of 105 W. Hawthorne St., Hartford, will graduate June 5 as a civil engineer, from the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Ky. Curtis is a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High .School, class of 1957. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis will, leave this weekend to attend their son's graduation and will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burgdolf of Granite City. Guitar Stolen. From East Alton Church EAST ALTON — An electric gultai and amplifier were stolen frori t h o Bethel Pentecostal Church, Third and Lincoln, either Wednesday or Thursday. The theft was discovered by Mrs. Bill Basden, 216 Picker St., East Alton, when she entered the building Friday. Police reported that a door opening onto Third Street had been left unlocked. CUB MOTHERS RECEIVE TRAINING Den mothers were given craft instruction for two weeks at training sessions at Abel Hall. They learned to make articles for possible use in instruction of Cub Scouts. Sunday Services Announced for R oxanaChurches ROXANA — The Rev. Allen Dace, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene, will use the subject "Fullness of Pentecost" at the 10:35 a.m. service and "The Game of Life" at the 7 p.m, service Sunday. At 6:15 p.m. a film strip, "You Can Win Them," will be shown and the iunior choir will meet for prac- :ice at 6:15 p.m. Monday the church board will meet at 7 p.m. and Wednesday the mis- slonrtry group will meet at 7 p.m. The Rev. William E. Rice, pastor of First Presbyterian Ihurch, will use the subject Life in the Spirit." at the 10:40 a.m. service and communion will be served. Monday the ministerial alle- 8 Calhoun Students Win Awards giance have a picnic at 4:30 p.m. at Rock Spring Park in Alton in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Lovvery of the Evangelical United Brethren Church who will leave the area. The Rev. Roy Gibbs, pastor of First: Baptist Church, will use the subject, "The Authority of the Scripture," at the 9:45 a.m. service and this will be Bible Day. Old and unusual Bibles will be on display. At 7:30 p.m. a film "Our Bible and How Came to Us" will be shown. The senior Youth Fellowship will meet at 6:30 p.m. and there will be no more junior or primary fellowships until fall. Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. will be girls' softball practice; Wednesday at 7:30 p.'m. there will be a communion service in conjunction with the prayer meeting and Bible study. Thursday the W.M.U. will meet for an all day work meeting beginning at 10 a.m. HARDIN — Large crowds attended commencement exercises for graduates of the Unit 40 schools this week. Both the eighth grade? and high school graduation programs took place in the gym. of Calhoun High School, the eighth grade Tuesday night and the high school Thursday night. • Two American Legion posts, one in Hardin and one in Kampsville, made awards to eighth grade graduates. In the Hardin school, awards went to Marsha Peters and Robert Blackwell; in Kampsville, Vernon Bettis and Margie Becker received the awards. On the basis of coordinated scale achievement tests given to all eighth grade students in the unit, Judy Pence scored highest, with 11.0, which indicates the student is capable of doing eleventh grade work. Other high scorers were: Robert Blackwell, 10.8; Robert Robeen, 10.7; Elaine Stumpf, 10.5; Lola Presley and John Knight, 10.2; Marsha Peters, Kenneth Eilerman and Larry Wieneke, 10.0. Calhoun High School recipients of the American Legion awards from Calhoun Post 636 in Hardin were Patsy Becker and John Peterson. Ellen Anderson was presented with the valedictorian trophy, and Janet Aderton with the I salutatorian trophy. Attend Shower | HARDIN — Mrs. Ogal Dixon land Mrs. Lois WoeLtel attended stork shower Tuesday evening in Alton, honoring Mrs. Barbara Lolly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frohock. The party was in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frohock, who visit in Calhoun County frequently. LISBON — Pipe tobacco from the United States and England is setting sales records now in Portugal. Connie Gross To Head Medora RainbotvChapter MEDORA — Miss Connie Gross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Gross of Medora, will be installed as worthy advisor of the Rainbow Assembly at 7:30 p.m. today at the Masonic Temple. Miss Ruth Ann Smith is the retiring worthy advisor. Other elected officers to be installed are Carolyn Brunaugh, worthy associate advisor; Verna Sheets, charity; Janet Woods, hope; Sharon TJaffney, faith. Appointed officers are Roberta Frost, drill leader; Linda Schmoeller, love; Vickey Rogers, religion; Martina Mayhue, nature; Susan Roemer. immortality; Jean McDaniels, fidelity; Donna Slightom, patriotism; Ruthj Ann Williams, service; Luann Knapp, chaplain; Pat Blotna, confidential observer; Ruth Ann Smith, outer observer; and Janet Cairns, flag bearer. Medora Notes MEDORA — Mrs. Hattie Wilton is spending the next few days with her sister. Mrs. Otis Sims, in Waverly. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hunt have returned to their home after spending the Winter at r -,ake Worth, Fla. Herbert Stemler, a student from ;den Seminary in Webster Iroves, wfll conduct the 10 a.m. ervice Sunday at Summerville resbyterian Church. Mrs. Elsie McCrellis and Edvard Gilworth of Ballwin, Mo., s spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Milford Ryan. Ruth Ann Smith, daughter of VIr. and Mrs. Charles L. Smith, s a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. 6 Treated at Twp.Hospitali For Injuries | WOOD RIVER — A seven-year-i old Bethalto boy was treated and: relensed from the Wood River| Township Hospital for an insect! bite Friday night. '.. Ja-'.nes Woody, son of Mr. and Mrs. .lames Woody, 1407 West 1 , Dr.. Bnthalto, incurred a swollen: right thumb from the bite of an: unidentified insect. Others treated and released! Friday for injuries incurred in! mishaps were: Thomas Martin,! 22. !if« South Olive. Hartford, for an in.iurod right index finger: • .Tamos Lomnion, 24, Brighton, forj • : i puncture wound of the left heel; ' h Tutlerow, 14, son of Mr. andi Mrs. Alva Tutterow, 335 West! Corbin. Belhalto. for a right leg in.iury; Mrs. Donald McGuaghcy, 18, U-2 Tenth St.. Wood River, for an injured right little finger; andi Mrs. Warren Wolfe, 420G Aber-j deeii, Alton, for a neck injury. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY Home Grown STRAWBERRIES 3 Qt. s* Boxes li * WATERMELONS From O9C Large Size Red Delicious APPLES 175 I B * p Half Bushel Basket Bust Eating This Season BROADWAY & DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 East Broadway i\DDlS ABABA — Paper insulation will bn tried in Ethiopia's new underground telephone lines. D©NUTS WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER Next Door to OTT Jewelry 7 Days Per Week 7 A.M. Till 13:30 OPEN SUNDAY The Country Store Located at "David Acres" between Godfrey and Brighton OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY! Wo reserve the right to limit quantities. HOUSE PAINT $T39 • Gal. 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