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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 1,1963 Truck Overturns, Pins Man Underneath Cab Family Homes JERSEYVILLE — Donald Vnn- misdoll of near Kane, narrowly escaped denth Wednesday night when the truck he was driving on a niral highway in Jersey County went out of control and ovor- turnc-d in a ditch near the old Victory School. Vnnausdoll was pinned under the cnh of the truck where he remained for an undetermined time until his predicament was discovered by another motorist. A telephone call was put in to Jerseyville and Stale Police Officer Sloko Blackorby and Deputy Sheriff Hargiss Maholland went to the scene of the accident. A wrecker was called but was necessary to dig the cart! from around the cab before V;u ausdoll could be released. Work men labored at the digging tasl for more than half an hour be fore the truck driver was released A large quantity of gasoline hac leaked from the tank and soaked the hair and clothing of the in jured man. Vanausdoll was brought to the Jersey Community Hospita where he was given emergency treatment and admitted as a pa tient for further examination. Circles Entertained JERSEYVILLE — The Ruth Circle of the First Baptist Church Notes on Books at Library "Mister B." By Irving Petite- Irving Petite first heard the 'music' of newborn bear cubs nestled in a den with their mother in January, 1960. Then, on the first sunny day in March, he came upon one of the singers—a terrified, helpless little cub whom the mother had evidently deserted. So, Mr. B. became a member of the family, and the author writes about his year with the bear cub. The observations are simply and entertainly written. "The World of Opera," By Wallace Brockway and Herbert Weinstock—This is a history of opera for opera enthusiasts. In reciting the history of more than three and a half centuries of opera, the authors examine a form of entertainment that is neither pure music nor pure dra ma, and the evolution of the opera is followed from its earlv, 17th-century origins down to the new works, both good and bad of our own time. "The Mind Alive," By Harry and Bonaro Overstreet — Wha makes a sound personality? What are the characteristics we all need not only to cope with life's problems, but also to enjoy its possibilities to the full? Emo tional well-being, say the Over streets, is not a mysterious gif of the gods—it is a gift of growt! that can be understood and real ized. In this book the authors de was entertained by members of the Doers' Circle at a coffee and program Wednesday morning in the social rooms of the church. Thp event resulted from an attendance contest conducted during the year at the Missionary Society meetings. Mrs. Edward Woule Jr., chairman of the Doers' class, gave the welcome and the response was given by Mrs. Dwight Edwards. Ruth Circle chairman. Mrs. Bruce Crawford. Spiritual Life Chairman of the Doers Circle, led the devotionnls and the coffee hour followed. Twenty-nine were present. Bloodmobile At Carrollton On June 10 CARROLLTON—The American Red Cross Bloodmobie will be el up in the basement of First Baptist Church June 10 between and 7 p.m. Tlio quota is 140 pints, but as he Red Cross year ends July 1 is necessary that 200 pints of lood be received at this visit i order that Greene County may ulfil! its blood quota for the ear. Everett Mehl and Albert Kirach are recruitment chairmen. To Receive Degrees CARROLLTON — Miss Diane 'biting, James Rhoades and Clif- rd Saupe will receive bachelor's egrees from the Illinois State ormal University at ceremonies Normal Saturday, June 8. Miss Whiting, daughter of Mr. id Mrs. Morse Whiting, who ma- red in special education, has :cepted a position at the Illinois ;hool for the Deaf in Jackson- lie, where she will teach in the termediate department. Rhoades, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivin Rhoades, majored in music id plans to teach in the Chica- o area. Saupe, son of Mr. and Mrs. DESIGN 41 House 1,220 Sq. Ft. l«,<562 Cu. Ft. Garage 286 Sq, Ft. aynard Saupe, majored in jun- v high education and has accept- d a position for this fall in the inior high school at Palatine. In ie' meantime he is employed this uinmer as an institution teach- at the elementary level at the linois State Training School for Soys at St. Charles. Accepts Position CARROLLTON — William lhackelford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Shackelford, has accepted a position as shoe repairman in Elkhart, Ind., and left Vednesday to begin his work. He was accompanied to Elkhart by his mother, Mrs. Shackelford, and his brother, Mike Shackel- ord. Father Dies CARROLLTON — Don C. March. 80, father of Mrs Harold Horn of this city, died Thursday at 6 a.m. in the Carlinville Area Hospital where he had recently undergone -surgery. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Heinz Funeral Home in Carlinville and burial scribe the kind of obstacles tha interfere with the effective ex ercise of our abilities. They sho' that when these obstacles ar recognized for what they ar they lose their power to caus anxiety and tension, and n longer block the healthy expre sion of our personalities. Here we learn to accept ourselves as we are, turn our minds outward, handle life better, and be more alive in our responses to it. "Thinking Together About Marriage and Family," Edited by William & Mildred Morgan— The editors, a husband-wife team of marriage counselors and educators, present provocative questions about specific problems, together with widely ranging related background readings that can provide further impetus and material for informed think- |i:ii. ing and discussion. g "I Owe Russia $1,200," By Bob Hope—America's Numbei One Expert didn't really cheat the Russians out of their mone> when he fled Moscow. He lef his writers there as security They may have sneaked home by now though. Someone had to write ihis book. But on seconc thought . . . read the book could anyone but Hope have written this? Definitely not. Best Sellers of the Week FICTION: DuMaurier, "Th< Glass - Blowers;" Salinger "Raise High the Roof-Beam Carpenters, and Seymour—A Introduction;" Stewart, "Th Moon-Spinners;" McKenna "The Sand Pebbles;" Knebe and Bailey, "Seven Days i May;" Carleton, "The Moonflower Vine;" Burdick and Wheeler, "Fail-Safe;" Grass, "The Tin Drum;" Wylie, "Triumph;" NON - FICTION: Steinbeck, "Travels With Charley;" Hopper, "The Whole Truth, and Nothing But;" Schulz, "Happiness is a Warm Puppy;" Hudson, "0 Ye Jigs & Juleps;" St. Johns, "Final Verdice;" Carson, "Silent Sprint';" Baldwin, "The Fire Next Time;" Adamson, "Forever Free;" Hughes, "The Ordeal of Power;" Wood- hain-Smith, "The Great Hunger: Ireland." will be in the Bethel Ridge Cemetery near Atwaler. Jersey Treasurer Stung by Bee JERSEYVILLE — County Treasurer Howard Perdun was displaying a swollen right hand Friday as the result of an encounter with a bee Memorial Day at his farm east of here. The courthouse was closed Memorial Day and Perdun was building fence on his farm. He had laid his work gloves down for a time and when he put them back on was greeted by a sting from the bee which had crawled into the gloves. L Shaped Plan Gives Styling DESIGN: No. 41 Here is an "L" shaped Traditional design which offers a great deal in styling as well as convenience. The shutters only add to the charm of this frame constructed home. It is apparent from the onset this home is well-sectioned as to sleeping wing, work area, and activity - living center. A center hallway provides an excellent traffic pattern! Take a look at this work area — everything here to save the homemaker steps'. Note the more than ample closet space in the utility room — snack bar in kitchen — also plenty of cabinet and counter space. Built-in China cabinet in dining room plus easy accessibility to the terrace for those meals served outdoors — only enhance this area. Huge magnificent living-dining area is ideal for entertaining guests as well as just relaxing at home. This glass wall gives tremendous day light and adds' to the pleasantness here. A variety of furniture grouping is possible. Sleeping wing has 3 good sized bedrooms with ample closets. Family bath, services this area. Garade has additional storage space as well as a work bench for the man of the house. This plan conforms to general FHA, VA and Building Code requirements. You can obtain the building plans and specifications with material list — see order coupon. BUILDING PLANS • PLAN BOOKS ORDER FORM Alton Telegraph Plan D»pt. FAMILY HOMES 2900 Alpha St., Lansing, Mich. I want items checked: Design No.: • .4 sets of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List $29.75 .1 set of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List .... 17.95 Family Homes Plan Book, postpaid 75 Enclosed find $ for items checked. NAME ADDRESS CITY Zone. STATE Eldred Girl> Hurt in Fall Through Door CARROLLTON — Miss Margaret Schofield, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schofield of Eldred, .underwent surgery Wednesday in Boyd Memorial Hospital for severe lacerations of an arm and her chest which she incurred when she fell through a glass door at the close of school Wednesday evening at Eldred Grade School. Admitted to the hospital Wednesday as medical patients were Mrs. Kay Giberson and Mrs. Agnes Overby of Carrollton and Loren Lahr of Piasa. Mrs. Esln- leen Parker of Carrollton was admitted Thursday for surgery. Admitted Thursday as medical patients were Richard Brockman of Clinton, Mrs, Lucille Spencer of Greenfield and Mrs. Nevada Crum of Kane, Admitted Friday as medical patients were Mrs. Kay Giberson, Amos Brown and Miss Edith Dalton. all of Carrollton. Miss Karen Young of Rockbridge was admitted for surgery. Dismissed Wednesday were Mrs. Bessie Flatt of Greenfield, Mrs. Kay Giberson of Carrollton and Miss Mary Kay Plogger of Rockbridge. Dismissed Thursday were Mrs. Viola McGuire and daughter, and Larry Hardwick of Carrollton and the Rev. Howard S. Bushnell of Jerseyville. Dismissed Friday were William Raffety of Greenfield, Richard Brockman of Clinton, Loren Lahr of Piasa, Mrs. Ruth Fraley and daughter of Carrollton, Mrs. June Tepen and son of Kampsville and Miss Edith Dalton of Carrollton. Junior Choir Honored CARROLLTON — Mrs. Arch Howard and Mrs. Chester Gourley, directors of the junior choir of the local Presbyterian Church, entertained members of the choir at a cook out Tuesday evening at the Howard home. Honored at Coffee CARROLLTON — Mrs. J. M Black entertained a group of friends at a coffee Friday morning at her home honoring' her sister- in-law, Mrs. Annis Black Hubbard of San Antonio, Tex., who is a guest at the Black home. Silver Service Award CARROLLTON — Neil Carrico of this city was presented the silver service award at a regional dinner meeting of representatives of the Heart Association Tuesday at the Colonial Supper Club at Bethalto. Carrico is the vice chairman of the Greene County Heart Association. Also attending the dinner were Mrs. Carrico and Mr. and Mrs Everett Griswold. FORTY ODD • American Legion Aivards Made At Carrollton CARROLLTON — Glenn Rawe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rawe, and Eileen Cory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cory, both pupils of the Carrollton Ele- ium Monday at 8 p.m. Entertain at Supper CARROLLTON—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brooks entertained at a carry-in supper Wednesday eve ning at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Walker of lockbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Richey, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Scroggins, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Price, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Young Mr. and Mrs. Henry Little and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kania. GUARD THOSE GREENS MIAMI (AP) — A jury has assessed the Houston Gas Corporation $60,000 for plants and flowers gassed to death in a nearby nursery and garden supply store. The suit alleged that gas from a leaky main percolated through the air and earth and killed 250,000 plants four years ago. elang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hindelang and Barbara Rawe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rawe, both pupils of St. John's Grade School, received American Legion Medals this year. The presentations were made by Leroy Reeder, commander o the American Legion Post. The presentation at the local elemen tary school was made Wednes day and at St. John's School Fri day. Similar awards will be present ed by Commander Reeder to higl school students Monday evening at the commencement exercises to be held in the Carrollton Com munity Unit High School gymna "Add a Room for Less Than You Think" UTTER BROS. Lumber Yard • ...COTTAGE HILLS| K Phelan's PAINT BRIGHTON HARDWARE AND BUILDERS SUPPLY Need Some Paint, Nails, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? BETHALTO TOKYO — Japan has signed an economic treaty with Ghana. 5 YEARS TO PAY! No Money Down! CAPETOWN — Trouble is reported in South Africa's domestic auto output. J & A Springman HAS A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER Godfrey, III. Ph. WE SELL HEATING HAPPINESS Janitrol 1^ Comfort at a comfort- • Finish Attic • Add Room Partitions • Floor and Ceiling Tile • Any Other Home : Improvement* ZIMMER > HOME IMPROVEMENT AND HARDWARE CO. \ 706 Milton Ph. HO 2-0576 I By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "Now let's get this straight, Sonny. In the war I was in, nobody Used bow and arrows." Mrs. Postelwait Quits Greene County Post •CARROLLTON — Mrs. Jose hine Postlewalt has resigned as eputy circuit clerk in the office f Finice Doyle' and will retire fter serving 25 years in the cir- uit clerk's office. Mrs. Postlewait will continue n the office for a few days after une 1 in order to assist her uccessor. Mrs. Postlewait served in the ircuit clerk's office during the erms of Clive K. Raffety, Ira lurnutt, William Howard and the iresent clerk, Doyle. In recognition of her retirement, Mrs. Postlewait was hon- red at a farewell dinner given Wednesday in the courthouse by ounty officials and their office mployes. Marriage Licenses CARROLLTON — Five mar- iage licenses were issued this veek in the office of Richard Mc- e, Greene county clerk. Three vere issued May 29 and they were Thomas Albert Barnard and Vliss Constance Joan Steinaclier, x>th of Carrollton; James B. Jef- ers and Miss Delia M. Ford, both f Roodhouse; David L. Woolsey nd Miss Donna M. Thomasson, both of Kane. Two were issued May 31 and they were to Lloyd lavens of Winchester and Miss rune Steele of Manchester; Ray- mond Thompson and Miss Linda Ziegler, both of Kane. RANGOON — Canned curry is now being prepared for shipment to world markets from Burma. _ ALUMINUM AWNINGS CALL HO 5-5588 3USSELL Blind & Awning 91) Milton GUTTERS? All Work Guaranteed ALTON SHEET METAL 103 Central 402-0000 MAGEE CARPET ARMSTRONG vn Floors SHERWOOD'S Floor and Wall Covering 1110 Milton—HO 2-3603 SHERWIH-WILLIAMS SUPER KEM-TONE Gives You More I For Your Dollar • More coverage per gallon • More durability • Easier than ever to use O HARTFORD LUMBER CO. Hartford. III. Dial CL 4-3622 or CL 4-1821 CYLINDER OR BULK • Domestic • Commercial • Industrial • Bulk Tank Sales and Rentals PHONE NOW! ALTON HO 2-2765 — EDW. 656-0132 '" > \ 911 MILTON SsV^/*/? ROAD / Alton, Illinois Budget Terms able price is our specialty! CAMP 11126 Milton Rd. Electric and Heating HO 2-9287f BETHALTO LUMBER CO., Inc. 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Those extra hours are usually spent fixing up the house, or building an extra room or play area; at any rate, there is always some pet project we seem to be constantly working on. Our home improvement loans are tailored for do-it-yourselfers, Come in and discuss your plans with us and let us show you the advantages of our loans. i AND LOAN ASSOCIATE The "Time and Temperature" Comer Broadway at JPlasa, Phone HO 5-7781, Alton, III. Commitments given within days — sometimes hours. You deal with folks you know — who are interested in you. *• Borrow up to 80% *• Terms to 25 Years »» Money Saving Features >• Rent-size Payments 'INQUIRE TODAY We are as near as your Mail Box ... Postage Paid Both Ways, ifizens avmgs and LOAN ASSOCIATION 325 Smith Ave. EAST ALTON DIAL CL 4-3842

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