Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 10, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 10, 1963
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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 10,1963 Douglas Smith Gets 'Key Man' Award at Wood River WOrtD RIVER - Douglas Smitl was prrsrnlod I he "Key Man' nward at the spring lianqtiot and installation of officers of the Township Junior Chamber of Commerce Saturday in Skagg's Steak house 1 . The award is Ihr highest honor bestowed by the Jaycees and is presented to tho member w h o has contributed tho greatest effort in advancing the goals of the organization in the fields of community development and leadership training. John Mellolt was honored as "Jaycee ofthe Year" in recognition of accomplishments on the local, district and slate levels. First-year members who earned the "Spoke" award are: Byron Farrell, Cleo Benslcy, Mike Kane, Skip Dunkirk and Carroll Carr. "Exhausted Rooster" presentations went to Doug Smith, Toivi Holland, Ed Meehan, Dr. Mark- West, and Lcroy Emerick. Tom Holland served as master of ceremonies for the formal program. Dale Appleby. retiring president, reviewed the accomplishments of the past year and pre- Jacques Villon, Founder of Cubism, Dies PARIS lift — French painter Jacques Villon, 88, known as the inventor of cubism and a patri irch of modern art, died Sunday after a long illness. Villon, who showed his works in Paris and New York, was horn into a family of Normandy artists and his real name was Emile Duchamp. Peoria Woman Hurt In Car Accident WOOD RIVER — A 44-year- old woman was injured when she was thrown from a car her husband was driving when the cat- failed to make a turn at some barricades. Mrs. Lynn Johnson, 405 Grand Ave., Peoria, was treated for abrasions of both arms, •ifiht hip and leg at Wood River Township Hospital Saturday at 10 ).m. The automobile was traveling north on Rte. Ill when the incident occurred. JC AWARD John D. Mellott, voted "Jaycee of the Year" by Wood River Township Junior Chamber of Commerce, received the award at a banquet Saturday night at Skaggs. SAVE WITH THRIFTY S. D. P. NEW PRESIDENTS Dick Schwegel and Mrs. Dale Appleby were installed president of Wood River Township Jaycees and Mrs. Jaycees respectively during a Jaycee installation banquet Saturday night. INSURANCE Through the Safe Driver Plan. your rate is based on your own driving record. Why pay for the careless and reckless driver? For a belter deal with thrifty S.D.P. auto insurance, call your Millers' Mutual man today! No Membership Fee. S. HAROLD (Cotton) ROBERTS Office HO 5-5551 After 5 p.m. 465-5318 sided for (hr insinuation of officers. Dick Sfhwegel was seated as president; Jor Johns, internal vice president; Dan McKenna, ex ternal vice president; Bob Garv- oy, secretary; Mike Kane, tras- urer; Dale Appleby, state director; Ken Gimmy, Jack Delaney, Dick Smith, internal directors; and Marion Griffin. Byron Farrell and Carroll Carr, external direct- Mrs. Dale Appleby was installed iresident of the Mrs. Jaycees in ceremonies conducted by Mrs. McKenna, retiring president. Other officers installed are: Mrs. ichwegel, vice president; Mrs. MILLERS' MUTUAL OF ILLINOIS INSURANCE AUTO • HOME BUSINESS <ane, recording secretary; Mrs. Bob Obringer, corresponding sec- •etary; and Mrs. Farrell, treasurer. Bob Obringer was chairman of PRESCRIPTION SERVICE PHONE DU 4-5001 RIGOI DRUG BETHALTO Church Circle to Meet at Roxana ROXANA — The Tuesday evening circle of United Presbyterian j the Youngstown Hospital Assoeia Auxiliary to Meet At South Roxana SOUTH ROXAN A -The Dads' Club Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p m. today at the clubhouse in the park for a business and social meeting. dren, Andrea and Paiil7^oTEv7i77- ston, III. Dr. McKenzie will move to Youngstown, 0., July 1 where she will be chief resident Mrc linn (n Store EAST ALTON - A billow of 'smoke" from an air-conditioner brought a village fire truck to Jlhe Kroger Store in Wilshire Mall jShoppingCenter Saturday at 11:30 p.m. The smoke turned out to be gas escaping on the southside of the building from Ihe refrigeration unit. Women of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Cal vene White. 550 S. Thirteenth St., Wood River. Mrs. Gladys Nail will be leader. Kt'turn to New Jersey ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Nelson have returned to their ionic at Dunellen, N. J., after spending a 10-day vacation with Velson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ta-schel Nelson, W. Tydeman ivenue and Mrs. Nelson's father, Chester Hendricks, and her broth- Melbourne, of 217 W. Tyde- nan Ave. Daughter Here. ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McKenzie of Ninth street nad as their guests the past few days, their daughters, Dr. Mary McKenzie of Oak Park, 111., and M'-s. Andrew Rusnock and chil general arrangements for the event which concluded with a social hour. f OIKS // Come One! Come All! TUESDAY, JUNE 11th Thru SUNDAY, JUNE 16th (ion. Rev. Pearson Installed at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — The Rev. James Pearson was instituted as rector of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church here Sunday in formal ceremonies, conducted at 5 p.m. at the church by Bishop Albert Chambers of Springfield. Special guests at the ceremonies were the Rev. Leslie Wilson and the Rev. Norman Sorge, both of Collins- rille; the Rev. Frederick Norman of Carbondale; and the Rev. Kopp of Carlinville. A reception followed the formal ceremonies, attended by about 90 parishioners and riends. The Rev. Pearson, who arrived n Edwardsville May 1 from Pe-tin, 111., where he had served as ucum nenens at St. Paul's Ihurch, was born at Marshfield, Vis. He began his undergraduate vork as Wisconsin State College, tudied theology at Nashotah -louse anear Waukesha, Wis., and eceived his master's degree from an. Francisco State College. Telegraph \Vant Ads "CLICK" TERMITES SWARMING? I'Hr SfifHy's SnUt>—Call Us JiM LEWIS, JR. I'll;K K.Vri.N'GIJISHKIt SAI.KS .AND SKKVU.'K Illl l'rairi(> SI. Alton. III. I Ma I IK) 5-31-40 for th« Mke of your horn* Wins Las Vegas Vacation Prize At Alton Plaza Abbas Salahi, 3845 Horn St., Al ton, won the Alton Plaza's "Va cation for Two" in Las Vegas Saturday. Ray Elmore, President of th< Alton Plaza Businessmen Assn which sponsored the trip said thi trip will include a stay at a new hotel and other entertainment. Salahi will also receive $100 ex tra expense money frm the Btisi nessmen to use as he pleases. 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