Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 7, 1963 · Page 8
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June 7, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1963 Jaycee Sports Jamboree Set For Saturday Child, 3, Hurl. In. Fall From Convertible WOOD RIVKR - All hoys n'lrt glvls in Wood River Township intprrslpd in wmpplinp in |j,.j V( , Ihp fourth anniifil Wnori Rivpr Township ,lnycpr Spoils .Inm- hori'i 1 should IIP ;\\ Roxnna High field nl 8 a.m. Snlurday. Only yrnilli fmm 10 lo U> yours old nro eligible In compel p. WOOD RIVKR - A thrnc- ypar-olrl Hast Alton yirl \vns injui'f'd \vhfi) she fell out of ;i automobile on Airline in Rosewood Kfiien S(io Urine, of Mr. mid Mrs. Homy Grigs. KH.--I Alton, WHS trp.n I prl and i-plriisiptl from Wood River Townshi|i Hospital nt ."i:l:i p.m. Thursdnv for ahiiisioiis and con- Thp pvont, held each year by tvisions about the I'HCP and l)ody. thp .Inycees is to promote track find field events compeliton lor youngsters and the best are ad- Mrs, liriufi s «>id llie child fell out over the trunk of a con- veiliblo hei father was driving vanccd to sectional state com- whjR , ju>| . ,„.„ h ,. o ,| UM . s . ,| anr | (i. petition also sponsored by the Illinois .laycees. Youth Hurt When Truck Overturns and a neinhbor hoy were in the hack seal with her. She siiid the children shouted to their father "she fell out". UriKH slopped arid jumped out. of the car. The youngster had gotten to her fep.l and was running in the opposite direction, apparently confused. NEW TOWNSHIP OFFICE Clyde Donhani. Wood River Town- Wood River. The township general as- sliip Supervisor, enters his new office in sistance office will he closed Saturday fim nlrl \Vnnt1 River theater building for moving emiipment to the new build- the old Wood River theater building across from the First National Bank of for moving equipment ing. Jacked-Up Car Falls on Man Bible School 5 F " * c " lls At Wood River At Roxaiia to WOOD R1VI-JR — A Cottage man was admitted Uoxana Rotarians | Induct Member j ROXANA Cecil Neunaber I was inducted as a new member jol the Rotary Club Wednesday . i evening at First Presbyterian WOOD RIVER - Acting Hrej churchi Vislf , Rotarians vvoro _. n ., ., ,CW«?f Iwin Thlen reports therej Rav HclclinRel . of Edwardsville The Daily \H.-a-j were five fire runs made dur-| and Rd NeumHn of Bethalto. '° lion'Bible school at First Pros- ing Mav as contrasted with six! . ,. , ' ' ! During the business meeting At Cottage Hills OpeiiMonday During May WOOD RIVKR — A Ifi-year- old East Alton boy was injured when he lost control of the truck he was driving and the vehicle overturned on Rte. Ill near By-Pass -10. Thursday at 4:15 p.m., state police reported. .Tack Her), son of Mr. <ind Mrs. Alfred Hert, \32 Whitelaw, East Alton was admitted lo the'Hills Wood at both arms. i foreign car fell on him ^' le | Mond v th „ Fl . jd . ly from i There was no fire loss lastj^ Stale police said he was alone ! llf ' wah Corking beneath it. The!„.,= ' „ .,- * M ' , G I month for buildings but loss t in tin- truck which was proceed- «»' had been jacked up. \'' * ,, , ' ' ifrom grass fires and one vehicle) Raymond Baker, 19. of 135J :Cuddy will !,e director. , rh . e waj , estima1ed a( $100 . ROXANA lod River Township Hospital'Wood River Township Hospital j|, y(cri . in church will begin Mon-1 the previous month and six clur-: ^ ^^ ^ ^ for Y| 1e Rot'iry 4:55 ,,m. for abrasions of Thursday afternoon after his | day and ^.^ fo) . hw wncks ing May of 1962. 'convention in St. Louis next Circle Meets ROXANA The morning iny north on Rte. Ill when the accident occurred. Registration Set j c i,- c i e of the United Presbyter- Eleventh St., Cottage Hills,; Kindergarten teachers will l,c : A brcakdown of tne fire calls jian Women's Organization of was treated tor a back and left | Mrs . Carol Jacoby and Mrs. C. j for the montn shows: one build-' At Wood River High j today. arm injury at 3:50 p.m. Thisi D Donham; : condition was reported as BOOd| Wanda primary. Mrs. i ing, three grass and one vehicle. Mrs. Arthur! Total damage for the pre- First Presbyterian Church met Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. Clarence Hunt on Tenth MikkeJson and Miss Martha! ceding month of April was $4. (St.. with seven members at- WOOD RIVER — Registration for the East Alton-Wood River Community High School summer school will begin at S p.m. Monday. Courses will run two hours per day and school will be from S a.,m to noon. Summer courses; will be American hi> Phelps; juniors. Mrs. Duane Other patients treated and released Thursday for injuries in-! cm-red in mishaps were: Linda i polin B- Mrs - Oscar Klemert and j Pottebaum, 12, 151 East Seventh Mrs. John Brunett.. Mrs. Clil'-i St., Roxana, for abrasions and ton Ricks will be song leader contusion of the face, nose and; and Mrs. Gerald Norvell organ-i mouth; and Mrs. August Rech-jist. :680. Roxana to Buy Needed Fire Hose (tending and one guest. i Mrs. Fay Nessl gave the les;son and Mrs. Hunt real devo- ilionals and served refreshments. New License Granted to Komer Club EDWARDSVILLE — Norma Hewitt. 40. of 923 Troy Rd., Edwardsville. was granted a county liquor license Thursday as now operator of the Korner Klub Tavern at. (he intersection of Rtc. 159 and Glen Carbon Rd., south of here. The license was issued by County Liquor Commissioner Harold Landolt upon the vvo- man's application, after the erstwhile operator, Edward P. Davis, surrendered his county liquor permit, following a five- day suspension ordered by the Illinois State Liquor Control Commission for violation of rules prohibiting possession of a federal gambling stamp. The five-day suspension, effective at midnight July 7. was ordered by the state liquor control body after a recent hearing at Springfield. After Davis surrendered his county license, issuance of a permit to the new operator was authorized at a meeting Thursday of the board ol supervisors' liquor license committee with Landolt. No objections were made to issuance of the new license at the location at Thursday's meeting, attended by State's Attorney Dick H. Mudge and Sheriff Barney P'raundorf. List Edwardsville Church Schedule EDWARDSVILLE—"Trinity in Unity" will be the sermon topic Sunday at St. John's Methodist Church of the Rev. James Nettleton, pastor. The Rev. Clarence W. Patton will assist with the service. Junior High MYF members will leave the church at 12:30 p.m. Sunday for a swimming party. SPEAKS TO REALTORS Rov Sncckman and Mrs. Speckmun, Ben Moore, local realtors, at mooting, right, confer with HarryHemplHH and at_which SjM3ckmaiii_spolke recontly.___ Milton J. Seidel To Receive Degree Edwardsville C of C to Stage Membership Drive EDWARDSVILLE—A membership drive by the Chamber of Milton J. Seidel, 11 Greer Ave,, Rosewood Heights, will receive a master of science de- of the drive to enlist new mcm-jg rce j n engineering Monday bers in the Chamber. Commerce will be launched here I Dean Plclcher is general chair- from Washington University In June 25 with a cookout break- last. Chamber President William Mincirup reported. The break- man and division chairmen are Joseph T. Kellcrher and Joan Foehrkalb. Board members who fast will begin at 7:30 a.m. | w ill assist are: John Hunter and An estimated 200 prospective members will be contacted by 64 Chamber membership workers. A "Dogpatch-Little Abner" setting will be used as a theme Attending Workshop i Monday through Friday, from ROXANA -- Recreation Dir-l 9:3 ° to 11:3 ° a - m - vacation church ROXANA- The village board sector Lyle Dona, accompanied er. .1301 Jackson St.. Alton, for. Craft teachers will be Mrs. | me( Wednesday evening in the (by Judy Uhles. Kathy Keck and • an injured left middle finger. 'Joann Rice. Mrs. Stella Hunt. Mrs.' ( . oimci | room o f the Community Linda Allen, are in Carbondale I ;~-^r—:-"---—{,. nim rFi 1E ;^ largyl ' et MeKellzie ' Mrs - >lari -Uniilding and authorized the fire I for three days attending the government, pnnt.ng. mach,ne| English, g ammar iumoi Eng lyn Doerr and Miss Peggy Dun-| dtm(1 , n , ommUte e to buy!playground leaders training in- shop, mechanical drawing, has-lhsh. speech and \voild h'era-: can _ , i ic math, typing, sophomore I lure. rtment committee needed fire hose. istitutc sponsored by the South- IN WOOD RIVER ACROSS FROM POOL AND HIGH SCHOOL OUR SPECIAL FOR FAMILY OF FOUR 8 CARROLBURGERS $1,20 4 BAGS OF GOLDEN FRIES ,48 4 TRIPLE-THICK SHAKES ,80 VALUE $2,48 JUST $2.10 WITH THIS COUPON F VALID Fri., Sat., Sun., .Juno 7, g, 9 Man Fined After i Bunker Hill, was accepted on furnishing a new police car as Wood River Accideill i this was the lowest of four bids The bid of Bruckerts Garage, jo™ Illinois University Recrea- House Okays Calhonn Bridge Study Motiey Lament Heidingcr. Chamber Secretary Albert Pauli said today a series of retail promotions are planned in Edwardsville by the business affairs committee of the Chamber and the Downtown Merchants Association. ! The first promotional event will | be sidewalk sales scheduled July 119-20 featuring a "hexabuckle," : a revival of an event held in Ed- iwardsvillo in 1830, Pauli said. St. Louis, with a major in industrial engineering. Seidel. who received his bachelor's degree from St. Loujis University, is a project engineer at Altor, Box Board Co. school will be held, with Mrs. C. D. Revell as director. Senior citizens will meet at 2| a WOOD RIVER—An auto acci-i dent involving cars driven by Susan Schoeneweis, 17, of 778 Purvis and Robert M. Baldwin, 22, 219 Jennings Ave. Thursday morning resulted in Baldwin being charged with careless driving. I submitted. Fire Auxiliary at South Roxana Meets SOUTH ROXANA — The Fireman's Auxiliary met Wed* Inesday evening at the home of Pleading guilty to the charge JM,. S . Georgia Arnoldi and after tion Directors and Outdoor Edu-l, cation department. The workshop is being held at Little Grassy Lake. Roxana playground will open June 17. 2 From Edwardsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE—T w o area residents were admitted Thurs- to St. Joseph's Hospital in SPRINGFIELD—Illinois House| |of Representatives has approved j S45.000 appropriation for a| p.m. Monday in Epworth Hall.| feasibility studv ot ercclin g a | A xone meeting of the Senior j bridge across the Mississippi! High MYF will begin Monday at j from Calhoun County to Missouri.! 7:30 p.m. at Wilson Park, Gran-j The a p, )ropr j a tjon measure was before Police Magistrate O. W. i Vernor. Baldwin paid a fine of 815 and costs. . a brief business meeting a social!Highland, two patients were dis- hour was enjoyed. Prizes were i charged and one birth recorded, won by Mrs. Myrticc Stearns' ALUMINUM SIDING! $Q98 o < YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS! GUARANTEED 20 YEARS! HOUSE 26'x30'x9 > WALL! Per Month O o o o o o Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl r —-~ i Farmer, 202 W. Franklin, a son, at 10:35 a.m. Thursday, weight, 5 pounds, 6 ounces. The mother is the former Sandra Forshaw. Admitted were: John Long, 303 N. Main; Joel King, 1362 Franklin. Discharged were: Mrs. Theresa Keshmer, 644 Hillsboro; Mrs. Clinton Thompson and daughter, St. Andrew's Place. V ., F O ALSO EQUALLY LOW PRICED ALUMINUM AWNINGS, WINDOWS, ROOFING DAVID H. DRAHL & SON ALUMINUM PRODUCTS—PHONE HO 5-1070 City. Mid-week prayer services will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel. The Methodist men's family picnic will be held June 16 at Kendall Hill at 6:30 p.m. Carrollton Youth To Manage Store CARROLLTON — Donald L. Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Price of this city and a 1959 graduate of Carrollton High School, will receive his B. S. in Pharmacy where he has been a student the past four years. Price has accepted a position as assistant manager of the new Gasen Drug Store in Alton, which was recently opened, and following his graduation he and his wife, the former Jacqueline Horn of this city plan to move to East Alton. sponsored by local legislators at the behest of Calhoun residents who seek better means of entering and leaving the county, especially since the late severe winter during which even transportation was shut off. Request for the study fund followed a large mass meeting at Brussels. ,land Mrs. Marie Yount. Mrs. \ | Stearns also won the attend\ j ance prixe. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Arnoldi assisted by Mrs. Mildred Aiken. The hostesses named for the July meeting are Mrs. Frances Bedwell and Mrs. • Hanlelder. DISCOUNT! LADIES' Wedge ami Stackeil Heels • TIES • CASUALS Nationally Advertised 12.95 sellers. Sizes 4 to 12 M, N and S A OR widths i li!W Others from $2.99 to $6.95 WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadwity STOP WISHING . . START DRIVING! 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