Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 7, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Graduates To Be Feted By Church High school graduates will be entertained at a coffee hour by Rev. and Mrs. John Henderson re- following the 8:30 a.m. service at Main Street Methodist Church Sunday. The graduates will attend 10:40 a.m. service and will ceive a gift from the church. Raymond Reiser will sing "Beside Still Waters" at the early service, and the carol choir will sing "Stories of Jesus" and the sanctuary choir "All People That On the Earth Do Dwell" at the later service. Sermon subject at both services will be "If." A dedication service with the vacation church school workers will be held at the 10:40 a.m. service. Church school will begin Monday and run through June 19, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. daily. Tile fellowship groups will meet at 5:45 p.m. Sunday, and evening service will be at 7 p.m. The youth choir will sing and the subject will be "Reluctant Messenger" at the evening service. Wesleyan Service Guild officers will be installed at the evening service. Homemakers Unit Installs Mrs. Ramey Mrs. Harry Ramey was installed as chairman of the Cloverleaf Unit of Ihe Madison Co. Homemakers Extension Assn. Thursday in a meeting at the home of Mrs. Paul Gabriel, Gulp Lane, Other officers installed include Mrs. George Link, first vice chair- mann; Mrs. Phillip Ede, second vice chairman and Mrs. Vernon Zigler, secretary-treasurer. Committee chairman appointments include Mrs. James Maynard, recreation; Mrs. Ronald Lasvson, publicity; Mrs. Paul Gabriel, telephone; Mrs. Donald Grover, health, and Mrs. Waller T. Raymond, legislative. The major lesson was presented -by Mrs. Byron Bald ridge and Mrs. George Link, on guiding the child's growth in character and moral development. Church to Mark 'Children's Day' Children's Day will be observed at the Sunday School of the Tabernacle Baptist Church Sunday •at 9:30 a.m. Vassie Smith of the senior class •will be superintendent and Sudie Clifton of the intermediate class will be program chairman. Members of the Sunday School classes 'and the Angel choir of the church will participate in the program. Parents have been invited. Illinois in Top 5 for Psych Aid SPRINGFIELD, III. — Illinois rates among Ihe top five stales nationally in the number of community out-patient psychiatric (hejtiinics, professional staff and man- hours worked per work at these clinics. The findings were revealed in the 1962 report of the Outpatients Studies Section of the Biometrics Branch of the National Institute of Mental Health. This unit, located in Bethesda, Md., is a branch of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare's Public Health Service. Tn the report, Illinois with a lo- ta) of 92 clinics, ranked fourth. Heading the list was New York with 393 clinics. California and Pennsylvania each had 106. Figures on professional staff and professional han-hours per week indicated Illinois as the fifth highest state. The study showed that Illinois''total staff in community clinics was 1,116 persons, both full and part-lime. This slaff worked a total of 18,874 hours a week. A breakdown of professional staff lisled 464 psychiatrists, 179 clinical psychologists, 305 psychiatric social workers, plus 168 other members of Ihe profession- 1 team. According VBS to Open Gov. Kempr | Edwardsville Woman, At Godfrey \Lookingfor Faith Churd, 83., Killed at Crossing GODFREY — Vacation SPRINGFIELD. _.. 'Otto KIMWT. upon B " lfl Robert F. Konned> •school at Faith Community r);l | O f ( Church. Humbert Road and 3art-, asked tor lett HI. _ GOV. the request of ,'ittorney «eiv e I'niteH States, today information and lecom- Lano. will open Monday at 9<nienr1ations regarding o.xtraordin- ar\ acts of bra\-ery or service i performed by Illinois boys and girls during 19(i'_'. Young American Medals for Bravery and Young American June 21. .Sessions will end daily ati :!!() a.m. EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Anna Edwardsville Iv about '2 $:•!. of 310 Park PI . was killed tnstant- .m. Thursday by an Plate railroad Monday by the Rev. Father Louis Elbow, pastor. Friends may call after 1 p.m. Sunday at Lesley Marks Funeral Rosary will br Home, where the recited at 8 p.m. C'eiilptrry. SUMMER IS HERE A lifeguard (at right) at the Town and Country Swimming Pool in Bethalto keeps a watchful eye on swimmers who—on a 92 degree day—frolic in the cool water. The pool opened last week ahead of other area pools and attendance was slim, but with the hot weather coming on, attendance picked up and the other pools opened. Theme for the school will be "Traveling God's Highway." Mr.s. i Clarence Gerdl will be the director. Children between the ages of 4 through 14 are invited to enroll. The closing program will be given June 21 al 7:30 p.m. Ellis Johnson, Covenant Theological Seminary graduate, who has served as pastor for the past two years, lias accepted a call to the Calvary Presbyterian Church in Tampa. Fla. Rev. Robert Dunn, ordained Evangelical Presbyterian minister, is filling the pulpit at the present time. Services Sunday are: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.; worship serv- pastbound Nicklr tieidit train at tlv Troy road- Sunday. Burial will be in Calvary I.c>iv_'lello\v avenue crossinu hen Mrs. McNoiHv. who \vas \\alkins; 'north on Tro\ road, was on her wa\ to downtown Edwardsville. according to a daughter-in-law. Holiday Inn Office Looted Medals for Service will be award- Bert Lynch of Charleston, en- KIWARDSVIU.K A sneak tjincer of the freight, told police! Hn'cl made a\vay with SL'78.67 thai he saw the \\onian on theiin ra-h and travelers' checks tracks, sounded Ihe whistle and'l''"m the second [loo: main of- eel to IKI.VS and skirls who residents of the United Stalo-s and performed acts of extraordinary i courage records The or achieved of endeavor. outstanding; horn and service ori brakes, but applied the enszine'fi'T "' Schneitlicrst's Restaurant was unable to avoid;"' Holiday Inn Motel five miles recognition of character in 19(52. | hit! ing her. Deputy Coroner Los-j southwest of here on By-Pass will be presented by'ley Marks pronounced Mrs. Me-| Highway KB. according to a re- the President of Ihe United States.: Noilly dead at the site of the Joseph E. Ragen. director of Iholcident. Illinois Department of Public: A life long Edwardsville rosi- Safety. has been asked by Gov.'dent. Mrs. MeNoillv was horn . iKii't to the sherilf's office at 12:M) p.m. Thursday. Deputy I,oui> Bowman, who Kerner Illinois to screen candidates Ihe for merits of Ihe final decision of the governor. March 31, 18SO. a daughter of investigated, said restaurant manager Carl to Dr. Francis J. director of the Illinois Department of Mental Health, 39 of Ihe 93 clinics reported in the survey are state-aided community mental health clinics. Of the remainder, 44 are state-operated; 20 are operated by stale hospitals; 17 are Institute of Juvenile Research clinics; six are community clinics and one is an alcoholic clinic. Dr. Gerty said the number of state aided community clinics now iias grown to -12, and indicated that prospects are good for the inclusion of several more. These clinics receive approximately $2 million a year in grants from the pitalizecl seevral weeks following Pastime Club of Eldred Entertained ELDRED — Mrs. Otto Newton was hostess to the Pastime. Club al her home Wednesday afternoon with 11 members present. Roll call was "My Husband's Full Name" Mrs. Edward Havelka was the reader. A social hour followed and refreshments were served by (he hostess. The next meeting will be a covered dish supper for members and their families, July 3 al Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Firm Is Low on Airport Job BETHALTO Thompson halt. Co. of Alton has submitted the low bid of $173,629 on im- provemenls of taxiways and runways at Civic Memorial, it was announced Thursday night. The Civic Memorial Airport Frank Kosler. Eldred Notes ELDRED — Mrs. Donna Taylor was dismissed Tuesday from Alton Memorial Hospital and returned to her home at the McGlasson Authority was notified by the Department of Aeronautics that bids were opened last week and Missionary Society Meets at Fidelity FIDELITY — Twelve members were present at the monthly meeting of the Mission Society of the Baptist Church Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arthur Asp- Barnett. Mrs. Hugh Moore,. Sr. and Mrs. Dale Moore presented a skit. "The Answer Is In The Bag." The lesson. "Reflecting on Reflections," was given by Mrs. Cecil Moore. Instead of the July meeting, group is planning a ices, 10:45 a.m.; p.m. Bible study, 7:30 Last Coat Didn't Match Youth's Pants A switch in suit coats after high school graduation exercises at Wesl Junior High School Wednesday night left Don Chris-]person who is a citizen t.y, 601 Edmond St., without ajUniled States and is 18 years old Neilly. who died She is survived "Last year we received several | October. 1900. to nominations for the Young Ameri- ican Medal for Bravery but were unsuccessful in obtaining all the information required by the committee," Ragen said. Candidates for the Young American Medal for Bravery must be 18 years old or under and must have exhibited exceptional courage, atlcnded by extraordinary decision, presence of mind, and un- j usual swiftness of action, regard-; less of his or her personal safety, in an effort to save or in tile saving of a life. Thes candidates must habitually reside in the United States, but need not be citizens. The Young American Medal for the late Albert and Barbara Mil- ""-' '""ticy and Icr Dippold. She was married inlPrared fr °m '" Hager told him checks disap- second floor James P. Mc- March 'I, 1950. by three sons: office Oliver J.. Bethalto; Earl F.. Chicago; and Alvin T.. Edwardsville; a sister. Mrs. Amelia Cunningham of Marine: six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was a member of St. Mary's Church, where a requiem Mass will be recited at 9 a.m. DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, an Improved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower plates, holds false teeth more firmly in place. Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feellng.FASTEETHlsnlknllne (nonacid). Does not sour. Checks "pl»t« odor breath". Get FASTEETH »t drug counters everywhere. Service may be awarded to any of Ihe coat to his new suit. Christy was one of many stu- .... ,, ,_ ,, , ,. . i *—IHISIV wcta uuir \jt \nsit to the Mothers Memorial _, . , , ... ., . i. ,.< ,«...!.... dents who left their or under, and who has achieved outstanding or unusual recognition its recommendation would be that Thompson should get the job. Thompson will apply 3,900 apartments. She had been hos- [ee , of as p| la |, over j ay ' on f | le state. Houses al $1 Each Grabbed Up Fast The Salvation Army's offer of two houses for $1 each was snapped up quickly Wednesday. The houses, both two stories, one brick and one wood, are on the site of the new Citadel on the southeast corner of Sixth and Alby Streets. Captain Leon Turner said that. 20 offers were received after the story ran in Tuesday's Telegraph. A stipulation to the sale was the removal of the buildings within 90 days from the site. A third house had already been sold. |a fall in which she fractured her hip. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Reif liavej purchased the property south of here of Mrs. Thomas Baker Jr., and moved Ihere from Carrolllon. Floyd Meyers is a patient in Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. Mrs. Etta King of Wood River visited a tew days with relatives and friends here the past week. Lennis Gowin of Otterville and Jeff Duncan of Manchester are north-south runway and widen Home at Virden. VBS to Open FIDELITY — Daily vacation! i school is scheduled to begin Monday, June 17 and continue through! Aller lhc ceremonies Friday, June 28 at Ihe Baptist (completed. Christy s coat Church. Sessions will be held each I missing coats in for character or service thai has wrong coal to make a authority and airport personnel Mrs. Robert Yoeom and Mrs. Dale i whoever took the will go to Scott Airforce Base • Moore, kindergarden; Mrs. Joe! would be willing again Saturday for additional! Moore, primary; Miss Margaret j trade. fire fighting training with theJRodell, juniors and Mrs. Eldon --------- ------------airport's new crash truck. iMoore, junior high. ^Wednesday night, at 7:30 at the I Rion to Speak Here j Assembly of God Church. Mrs. Mrs. Neilliaber Heads j FIDELITY — Johnny Rion of i Gertrude Mohr is pastor of the BethaltO Auxiliary i Radio Station KSTL will speak I church. BETHALTO — Mrs. Charles the northwest-southeast by 25 feet. William Maloney jthe building in hopes of remain-1been public in nature cooler under their gradua-j " it ion robes. ' * After Ihe ceremonies were was j •. apparently taken by j School officials said; ROSEDALE SUPERMARKET Announces a NEW Service.' FILL YOUR FREEZER AND PANTRY WITH THE FINEST FOODS ON OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN UP TO AND UP TO *A A A 00 *>A. MONTHS *rU\J Merchandise A*T TO PAY ROSEDALE SUPERMARKET Your Tuui-Boy Store in Koscxv octet Heights Dial •2.->!)-28ii(i lor Details — Open Friday 'til 111 p.m. afternoon. Monday through Fn.imistake. runwayj clay f| , onl 2 to 4 O ' clot . k . Mrs.!one coat was left over, but it |Hugh Moore Sr.. is superintendent j was not Christy's, of the school and her helpers are 1 Christy was hoping today thai announced FINANCING Downtown Slimy Months visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Flatt. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rinning have moved from the Mrs. Thomas Baker Jr., apartments to Pearl and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Griffin and family have moved 'from Normal to the apartment vacated. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bushnell who recently purchased the Clifford Waters property on I Locust Street have moved there i from the Edward Camerer estate j property. The Rev. John Finnan, pastor |of the Baptist Church, has an- i nounced his sermon subject for the Sunday 1.0:30 a.m. worship serv- 'ice will be "The Sheep and The Goats." Melville VBS la Open on Monday GODFREY — Vacation Bihle school will open Monday at Mel- jvillo Union Congregational Church, Rle. 100. Godfrey. Classes will he held from 8:45 until 11:30 a.m. daily through June 21. i The topic will he "Christ's Way; I My Way." Children of kindergar- lleii age through seventh grade will i at lend, and may enroll' Monday i morning. Neunaber was elected president; of the American Legion Auxiliary at a special meeting Tuesday night. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Harry Darr, first vice president; Mrs. John Masterson, second vice president; Mrs. Gene McCracken. secretary; Mrs. Gene Rhodes, treasurer; Mrs. Jerry Unterbrink, historian; Mrs. Elmer Schoeneweis, chaplain; and Mrs. Tom Riggs, sergeant at arms. SUPERIOR CARPET CO.'S ANNUAL MID-YEAR CLEARANCE! STARTS MONDAY, JUNE 10TH SEE MONDAY NITE'S PAPER FOR TERRIFIC SAVINGS! YOUR HOME CAN BE AS COMFORTABLE AS YOUR AIR CONDITIONED OFFICE .... with YORK WHOLE-HOUSE AIR CONDITIONING! fir NOW AS LOW AS INSTALL IT YOURSELF ... OR WE WILL INSTALL! CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATES, NO OBLIGATION! FREE! INTERCOM SYSTEM! WITH ANY YORK WHOLE HOUSE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM! PRODUCT6! Godfrey, III. Phone 466-3431 OPEN FRI. NITE 'TIL 9 P.M. 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The engines are air-cooled, too So you never mess with water or anti-freeze The Volkswagen Sedan seats 4 adults comfortably or 5 adults uncomfortably IA mother, a fothe' and 3 kidt or* about The Volkswagen Wagon is only t inches longer than the Sedan, a neat trick all by itself It seats 8 comfortably, 9 uncomfortably and 10 very uncomfortably, but it'i been done IThs kidi that fit are count, less.) The VW Sedan averages 32 miles to the gallon, the Wagon a mere 24 Once upon a time, people had troubl* deciding whethe 1 to buy a VW or not Now they have trouble deciding which tize BARNETT MOTOR CO. 2715 E. Broadway—Alton, Illinois Phone 465-7766 AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT f* 2821 Godfrey Road, (Route 67) Just North of Delmar Ave, at the New Beltline Highway i " fl

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