Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 19, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 19, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, JU^JE 19,1963 _aa«>-^^Jto<Miatfc*ima>^^a^»ft—ii_—^-... t -^. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Bom to.* Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schnel- Act, 2040 Hlllcrest Ave., a daughter, Tammy Marie, 8 pounds and 3 ounces, 10:39 p.m. St. Joseph's Hospital. . Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elbert C. Damm of Medora and Mrs. Louise Schneider of West Frankford. Mr. and Mm, Mai-old Uily, jr., 6 ShordellD r., Godfrey, a daughter, 6 pounds and 11 ounces, 5:29 p.m., Tuesday, St. Joseph's,, Hospital. Four elder children. Mr. and Mm. iMrfy Lee Dust- tnann, Godfrey, a daughter, 8 pounds and 6 ounces, 4:27 a.m. Tuesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. mad Mt». Walter Rhoadfts, 3130 Fernwood Ave., a son, 8 pounds and 3 ounces, 10:18 a.m. Tuesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mr». tanjr Oaertner, 244 Adams St., Edwardsville, a son, 8 pounds and 1 ounce, 11:49 a.m. Tuesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and MM. Jenso Suttcrflcld, 3016 Watalee Ave., a daughter, 4 pounds, 10 ounces, 6:06 p.m. Monday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Three elder children, Da- yid, 8, Melinda, 6, and Shelly, 2. Navy Mothers Ronald Constanzo, son of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Canstanzo of Wood River was chosen the Navy Mother's son-of-the-month at a meeting of the Greater Alton Navy Mother's Club Monday in the recruiting office. Ho is serving aboard the U.S.S. Oriskany docked at San Francisco, Calif. Anthony Terry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Terry of Wood River, was awarded the monthly magazine subscription. Standing committee chairmen wert announced. They are Mrs. Raymond Ferguson, welfare; Mrs. Robert Pence, Sr., ways and means; Mrs. Arthur Hayes, publicity; Mrs. John Stassi, membership; Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Keber, telephone contact. The speaker was Ernest Franklin, a former Altonian now living in California. He told of the work of the Navy Mothers Club in California. _ The next meeting will be*July 1, at the East Alton Savings and Loan Co. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rhode*, 223 Bowman, East Alton, a son, Daniel Bret, 8 pounds and 2 ounces, 3:02 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Timothy Scott, 1. Mr. and Mrs. George McNear, Rte. 1, Alton, a son, 7 pounds and 11 ounces, 6:12 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Two elder children, Timothy, 2, and Steven, 1. Mr. and Mrs. William Play, ton, 5384 Humbert Rd., a son, 10 pounds and 2 ounces, 1:20 p.m. Tuesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Four elder children. Selecting Meat for Barbecues By KLAF1VE WENDLER County Home Adviser In barbecuing meat, one question that frequently arises is: "How much meat should I buy?" Here's a guide: For meat cuts with bone in, allow % to 1 pound per serving; for boneless meat cuts, allow V.i to y 2 pound. Since roasting and broiling are usually the basic methods used in outdoor cooking, any cuts cooked by these methods may be selected for barbecuing. Your choice, of course, depends on your cooking equipment. In selecting cuts of beef for barbecuing, steaks are the first consideration. In purchasing porterhouse, T-bone, club, rib, Delmonico or sirloin steaks, have them cut at least IVz inches thick. If you buy club, rib or D e 1 m o n i c (rib-eye) steaks, allow one steak per person. If you're equipped for roasting meat, standing rib roasts, smoked hams and pork or lamb roasts are excellent. For barbecued spareribs. allow 1 pound per serving. Slices of ham, as well as Canadian- style bacon, are ideal for barbecuing. When barbecuing rib, loin or shoulder Iamb chops, allow one or two for each person. Have them cut at least 1 inch thick. For large sirloin chops, have (hem cut from the leg about 1 inch thick. A leg of lamb also may be barbecued. SLIP IHTO SOMETHING SEHSATIONAL WARMER'S*: THK STRETCHBRA" Stretch pants, stretch swimsuits, and now the Stretch- brai-M! Every part of It stretches except the nylon cups. The fantastic stretchstraps stretch over the shoulders, stay firmly put. Gone are the buckles that used to press into your collarbone! The straps stretch down to a low, low back—2% inches lower than conventional bras . . . won't ride up. Almost every inch of this nylon-and-Lycra bra stretches to fit. White, A.B.C, $5.9$. Long line $8.95. In Out Sliinweai Department Use Our Flexible Chatge Account Service I w« Give Eagle Stamp* lASTftATf PLAZA t OWN 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. i Mrs. Woodard to Head Wood River Auxiliary WOOD RIVER - Mrs. fxsfoy Woodard was elected president the American Legion Auxiliary at the Monday meeting in the Legion Hall to complete the roster of new officers who will be installed in joint ceremonies with the Legionaires in July, The new staff will assume duties in August. Highlights of the Saturday 22nd District meetiftg in Freeburg, were reviewed by Mrs. Roy Hausman, Mrs. Thomas Flannagan, Mrs. Leo Hackethal and Mi as Audrey Ullrich, who served as delegates. Mrs, Hazel Stahl, Dupo, was elected district director and will be installed at the Illinois Department convention Aug. 1-3 in Chicago. One first place and two seconds were awarded to the unit in District competition. The prayer book, copiled by Mrs. Hackethal or original prayers written by members, won the high honor. Second place honors were awarded the press book and the poppy centerpiece fashioned with the artificial poppies made by disabled veterans. Mrs. William Peek served as publicity chairman, and Mrs. Aloysius Smith, center piece chairman. Mrs. Hausman, Mrs. Russell Gibson and Miss Ullrich were named delegates to the Depat- ment convention; and Mrs. Hausman also as delegate to the July 6-7 5th District convention. It was announced members of Past Presidents' Parley will entertain their families at a picnic and outing in Kendall Hill Park at 6 p.m. Thursday. VBS Program Presented at HartfordChurch HARTFORD - The closing program of the General Baptist Church's Vacation Bible School was held Sunday evening using the theme "Christ's Way, My Way" with a flannelgraph dem-\ onstrab'on by Mrs, Nell Woods. The invocation was given by'the pastor, Rev. Murl Woods., The Nursery Class of vv h i c h Miss Brenda Farris was teacher displayed handicraft work; t h e Beginners of which Mrs. Mamie Provance was teacher recited scripture verses; Mrs. Mommon HarveU's Primary Class gave memory veVses and displayed handicrafts; Pam Moore gave a summary of the VBS workbook; Mrs. Archie Brewer's Junior Class gave a resume of memory verses and sang the hymn "The Twelve Disciples"; and Mrs. Rose W i 11- ford's Intermediate Class sang songs. Also on the program for the evening was the "Crusade Gospel Singers" of Madison and Paul Robbins, song leader of the host church and his wife. .The benediction was given by Stanley Barnes. It was announced that the -VBS had an average attendance daily of 50 and in addition to the director and above mentioned teachers, other helpers were Mrs. Mildred Troutwine who served as East Alton SCF Hears Mrs. Grant EAST ALTON — Mrs. Edwin Grant, used colored slides to illustrate her remarks when she spoke on "The Holy Land," at the Tuesday meeting of the Senior Citizens Fellowship in the First Methodist Church. Reviewing highlights of a recent tour of Europe she and her husband, the Rev. Grant, Wood River First Methodist Church, made as participants in the M e t h o d iVt Church Good Will Tour, Mrs. Grant stated they visited seven countries as well as the Holy Land, and took the Mediterranean tour which followed the same courses as traveled by the Apostle Paul on his pilgrimage. During the brief business meeting, plans were completed f6r a trip aboard the Steamer Admiral July 19. ,,The meeting, attended 1 by 37 members, was preceded with a covered dish dinner. • ns Playground ROANA - The Roxana playground opened Monday for the season and will be open Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Directors are Judy Uhles, Kathy Keck and Linda Allen. W.M.U. to Meet ROXANA — The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church will .have an all-day meeting Thursday at the church beginning at 10 a.m. with <R potluck dinner at noon. :. Associations! Meeting . "ROXANA — The Association^ meeting of the United Presbyterian Women of the First Presby terian church met Monday even ing at the church and Mrs. William Rice led the program "Cable for Pakistan" about the United Church Hospital in. Lahor, Pakistan. Mrs. ArthurvMlkkelson read the devotionals. A quilt to be sent to Kentucky was«, dedicated and a check will also be sept for use at the Pakistan hospital for medical supplies. Mrs. John Burnett, vice presi- secretary of the VBS and Tommy Brewer who served as pianist. TRIMMING! SPRAYING! CALL FOR FAST EXPERT SERVICE 466-1840 STATE LICENSED MORGENROTH'S NURSERY Green to Head DeMolays AtWoodRiver WOOD RIVER — Dennis Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman EAST ALTON — the village board Tuesday night approved the ise of $13,000 from motor fuel tax funds to provide for the installation ot traffic signals an U. DENNIS GREEN Green of Rte. 1, East Alton, will be Installed, master councilor of the Order of DeMolay at 8 p.m. Friday tn the Masonic Temple. The installing team from Collinsville will conduct the rites. Dennis, who has been a member of the chapter since Feb. 1961 lias served in various offices including senior councilor the past term, He will be a senior at Roxana High school next fall where he has been ative in cross country and wrestling and with the' youth groups of the United Church of Christ (E&R), Wood River. dent, conducted the meeting and Mrs. Irene Arnold of California was a guest. Refreshments were served by the Hannah circle. Hftne from Trip ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. James England and family of W. Tydeman Ave. have returned after a vacation at Clearwater Lake, Mo. England is on vacation from the • Sinclair Refinery and Mrs. England from Hanner arid Breit wiser Architects in Wood River. East Alton to Use MFT Funds for r Stop Lights Wood River X -' Club Hears Farm Expert WOOD RIVER — Herbert Fick, vice president and manager of Doane's Mnagement Division of Doane's Agricultural Service Monday noon told Rotarians that there is a trend underway of smaller farms consolidating into larger farms. The accredited farm manager, who has also served as a farm appraiser, was introduced by Richard Coffeen, program chairman. Fick told how one farmer or a group will buy up small farms and thus operate one larger unit making it more economically feasable. He gave a run-down on price supports in agriculture and pointed out that half oi the wheat raised in the U.S. is exported. Following his talk Fick conducted a question and answer period. Visiting Rotarians included; Ed Foeller, Bill Drake, Dudley Giberson, Ralph Jackson, I. H. Streeper and Don Schwuchow, Alton; Kermit Harden, Harold Prange, Bethalto; and James Nettleton, Edwardsville. Guests of Rotarians were Russell Carter with Lloyd Carter and Clarence Patton with Nettleton. S. Alt. Rte,j67 in front of the new Olin brass miH. Mayor. Charles Vanpreter said that a highway engineer had recommended! the electric eye type signal rather than the conventional slab typb. In other action the board approved f annexation of a section of and adjacent to East Alton Junior Sigh Schoo} on the east side. The land was fdrmerly in Wood River, but Wood River voted to let East Alton annex it so that it would be In the East Alton School District. The land will eventually be used for further expansion of HIP school. The board authorized Village Treasurer Mrs. Margaret Pruitt to invest the $560.000 being held for payment of the proposed sewage treatment plant in short term treasury notes until such time as the money is needed to pay the contractor. Village Clerk Lawrence Darr was instructed to advertise for bids: for a new village police car. Bills totaling $25,141.93 were allowed, Sight-seers driving over San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge are discouraged from driving at a snail's pace by an optical illusion. At less than 35 miles an hour, the metal pales below the guardrail block the view. Proper speed gives motorists an uninterrupted panorama. DO YOU WEAR SIZE 4B? SHOE SALE! SAMPLES 4B ONLY JOHANSENS REG. $18.95 sgoo PAVILIAS REG. $14.95 COME SEE THE COLORS AND STYLES Main Floor Guild Has Banquet at East Alton EAST ALTON — Mrs. I ez Morrisson. East St. Louis, and Mrs. Roy Elliott, Alton, shared speaking honors at the • annual spring banquet of the Wesleyan Service Guild in the First Methodist Church Monday. District secretary of the Guild, Mrs. Morrisson spoke on "The purpose and fundamentals of "Guild Work." Mrs. Elliott reviewed the humorous book, "0 Ye Jigs and Juleps." Mrs. Fred Maneke Jr., served emcee of the program. Invo- 6 Edtvardstiille Area Residents Enter Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Six area residents were admitted Tuesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and one patient was discharged. Admitted were: Mrs. Helen CIos- terman, 629 Fredrick; Bertrand Balke, Rte. 2; Earl Goodman, 1439 Eherhart: Mrs. Bessie Bagby, 408 Scott; Mrs. Dicie Moore. 419 East Union; David Wieduwilt, 203 Springer. Miss Sherry Aumann, 1355 Lee Drive, was discharged. as cation was offered by Mrs. Jack Travelstead. During the brief business meeting conducted by Mrs. William Buckler Sr., retiring president, ,it was voted to install a light at the entrance of the church chapel, as the project of the year. Mrs. Buckler was presented a past officer's pin in ceremonies conducted by Mrs. Maneke. The affair concludes activities ol the organization until September. Mrs. Paul Holmes, Mrs. Joe Nol- Wood River C of C Plans Breakfast for New Members WOOD RIVER - Members of, the Wood River Township Chamber of Commerce publicity committee made plans Tuesday to hold a new members breakfast at 7:30 p.m. July 17 in the Lews- Clark Restaurant. The breakfast, which will be "Dutch" is being given to better acquaint the more than 80 new members as to the full function of the chamber in the community. Ed Underwood, publicity committee chairman, reported that Clarence Jabusch, chamber president, had sent welcome letters to each of the members. A discussion on erecting billboard type signs designating that a motorist is entering the township was held but action was de- layed uni! a later date. John Stetson and Carl Stanton were designated to contact area industries for a capsule liistory of each to be used in the chamber newsletter as part of the chamber's salute to industry. TICKETS FOB SCHOOLKIDS NEW YORK £>—Tickets to 14 Broadway and 20 off-Broadway shows were distributed this season to 29,306 pupils in city high schools. Under the program, tickets are sold to the students at SI each; of this amount the production gets 70 cents, and the balance is used for administrative costs. an and Mrs. Franklin Senders were in charge of banquet arrangements. The meal was served by the Round Table Class of the church. FEAST FOR CATS . . . ALL-CHICKEN A STRONGHEART PRODUCT RE-OPENED! GILLIAN BEAUTY SHOP 1824 Park Ave. Alton, 111. A head-spin of swirling curls. . .sleek or fluff, whatever you prefer designed especially for you.. .beautiful from any angle. Phone HO 2-8307 for Appointments Owned and Operated by BJLL1E GILLIAN. 10 YRS. EXPERIENCE. 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