Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 21, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Truman Vroman Heads Wilshire Shopping Assn. EAST ALTON — Tniman Vro-lvice president; Ray Graves, man- man, manager of the Kroger store, was elected president of the Wilshire Shopping Center Assn. at a meeting of the Club Tara Wednesday. Jack Barnard of Bar- leff's Is the outgoing president. Other officers are: Robert Bo nacce, manager of Thrifty Drugs, Roxana Scout Awards Make ROXANA Boy Scouts of Troop 25, whose scoutmaster Is Dewey Bail, had a court of honor in an outdoor meeting Tuesday evening at Roxana Park. A second class award was given Pat Hill; first class awards to Rickey Rader, Kenneth Perkins and David Howard; life pins to Jerry Howard and David Bail. Merit awards were given to Freddie Hubbard, Kenneth Perking, Rickey Rader, David Howard, Billy Kelly nnd David Lewis, is. On Honor Rolls ROXANA —;The name of Mary Jayne Walker was omitted in recent publication of the high honor roll for the fovirth quarter of the Roxana High school and the name of Judy McEuen was omitted fromthe second honor roll. Relatives Here ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. John Hartley o( 203 Doerr Ave. had as their guests from Sunday until Wednesday, Mrs. Hartley's mother, Mrs. Helen Dunlap, and her brother-in-law and sister and i'am ily, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney DcJar- nctt Sr. and children Debbie, Pam and Sydney Jr. of Cairo. Water Rates Increase At Roxana ROXANA — The village hoard has raised water rates 20 per cent, effective July 4. At the village board meeting Wednesday it was explained the increase is necessary to meet the expenses of operating a water softening plant and paying of the 20-year revenue bonds of $105,000. Cost of operating the plant is about double the engineer's estimated made before construction. The board authorized Ihe police committee to buy a police radio to install in a new police car to arrive soon. Roxana Youth Gets Eagle Scout Badge ROXANA — The eagle award and square knot patch in scouting was given to Robert Douglas Turtle, son of Mr. and Mrs. An gust Tuttle, 281 Tenth St., Wood River at an outdoor Court of Honor by Scout Troop 25, whose scoutmaster is Dewey Bail, Tuesday evening at Roxana Park. Douglas had completed the requirements for Ihe eagle rank last year but attended the Calvary Bible College in Kansas City, kan., and left for school before the presentatipn could he made. Ernie Nagel and Harry Leamy conducted the ceremony. Be thai to Club Visits Roxana Rotarians ROXANA — Bothalto Rotary Club met with Roxana Rotary Club Wednesday evening at First Presbyterian Church. Cnrlln Best of the Toastmaster's Club of Carlinville spoke of tour- ,;ng Illinois and mentioned numerous places of interest in the state, statin gtliat 80 parks are subsidized by the State of Illinois. Visiting Rotarians were Bill McGuire, Carl Rogers, Dr. Stanley Pisarek of Wood River, Bill Slayton of Alton and Pete Felx- ner of Chicago. ager of Superior Carpet, second vice president; Rocky Wenzel, manager of Gamm's Shoe World, re-elected treasurer, and Dennis Ketchie, Tri-City Grocery, reelected secretary. Visiting Parents EAST ALTON — Mrs. Dee Williams and sons, Robyn and Scott, arrived today from Lake Ta hoe, Nev., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stile, 402 Main St. Queen Contestant EAST ALTON — Mrs. Richard McHatton, 205 Cardot, is a contestant for the title of "Queen" in the contest being conducted at the Army Depot, Granite City. A $500 bond will be awarded to the winner when coronation ceremonies are held at the annual picnic of employes July 20 at Chain of Rocks Park. Mrs. McHatton is employed in the electrical accounting machine department at the depot, and is the mother of four children: three sons and a daughter. Edwardsville Club Host to Altonians EDWARDSVILLK — Members of Edwardsville Senior "Y" Club entertained 20 members of the Alton Senior Citi/ens Club Tuesday with a potluck dinner, outdooj games and cards and a tour of Ihe '"Weir House," proposed site of Madison County Historical Museum, The two senior citixens clubs' are planning a joint excursion on the "Admiral," scheduled for July 19. Jerseyville Girls To Tour Europe JERSEYVILLE — Misses Jacquelyn and Harriet Hacker, twin daughters of Attorney and Mrs. Wilber F. Hacker, will sail on the USS America June 28 for a trip abroad. They will leave from New York and will travel with a group of 30 others from Fontbonne College in St. ouis where freshmen during the they were past year. The group will visit Switzerland, Spain, Italy, France, England Holland.Germany, Portugal, Belgium, Ireland, Monaco, Wales and Austria. They will return to New York by plane on Aug. 11. Attorney and Mrs. Hacker will accompany their daughters to New York for a few days visit prior to their sailing. Gasen Employes Vote to Join Clertfs Union WOOD RIVER — Employes of the Gascn Drug Store, Wilshire Mall, East Alton, cast votes unanimously to affiliate with Retail Clerk's Local 149 Thursday, Mrs. Hazel Miller, Local 149 secretary- treasurer, reports. Representing the local as delegates to the 75th anniversary convention of Retail Clerks International in Chicago Monday through Friday will be: Ray Hag- Rebckahs Hold Memorial Rites At Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE — The Ruhv Rebekah Lodge held memorial services Tuesday evening f o r members of the organization who died during the past year. The memorial was conducted by Miss Edith Catt, Mrs. Frank Fleming, Miss Dorothy Westerhold, Mrs. Ada Cook. Miss Doris Gerson, Miss Thelma Westerhold and Mrs. B. A. Marsden. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fundel were vocalist for the service. The charier was draped for larry Cope whose death occurred •ccently. Members whose deaths occurred the past year in addi ion to Mr. Cope were: Mrs. Julia St. Peters, Mrs. Bertha Harlan and Mrs. Lucy Foster. Memorial Held at Royal Neighbor Convention JERSEYVILLE — Memorial -.ervices for members who have died during the year were held nt the Jersey County annual con- •ention of Royal Neighbors of America held in the Holy Ghost -lall in Jerseyville Monday. Fourteen deaths have taken place the past year, those from Jerseyville being Mrs. Mae Nelson, Mrs. argaret Madden, Mrs. Gladys Roberts and Mrs. Minnie Pope gard, Harry business Ashlock, representative; president, Mrs. Miller, Mary Hurst, Verna Bird, Marie Glover, Florence Schneider, and Toss Harris. Mrs. Ashlock lill also accompany the group. 7 Treated for Injuries At Wood River Hospital WOOD RIVER — Seven persons were treated for injuries at the Wood River Township Hospital Thursday. All were released following treatment. Sharon Ridgeway, 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ridgeway, 131 W. Maple St., Hartford, was treated nfter she fractured her left arm in a fall from a wagon at her home. Others treated and released from the hospital Thursday included: Randy Welman, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Welman, 249 Oak St., Bethalto, for an injury to his left side suffered when he fell from a picnic table in his yard. Timothy Engelman, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Engelman, 577 George St., for an Injury of his left hand suffered when he caught it in a car door. Marcia Loyd, 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack T. Loyd, 124 puncture wound of her right foot incurred when she stepped on a nail at home. Dan A. Stark, 9, son of Mr and Mrs. Maurice Stark, 111 E Airline Dr., East Alton, for a let upper arm injury suffered when he was bitten by a dog. Ronald Biggerstaff, 17, 620 E Ferguson Ave., for a laceration of his left index finger which hi accidentally cut with a butche knife. Larry W.-Dixon, 11, son of Mr and Mrs. Elbort Dixon, Rte. Godfrey, for a laceration to the calf of his left leg suffered on barbed wire fence at the home of a neighbor. Edwardsville Seeks Aid To Promote Master Plan Mrs. Stanley in Hospital JERSEYVILLE - Mrs.Charlcs Stanley of Jerseyville is a surgical patient at the Jersey Community Hospital. Mrs. Stanley is stale supervisor for the R o y a ' Neighbors of America. Receives Degrees JERSEYVILLE — David Lee Maupin and Thomas Milton Turner of Jerseyville received their sachelor of science degrees from :he University of Illinois in the .annual commencement exercises icld at Urbana dtfi-ing the weekend. The parents of Turner are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Turner of Jersey- v i 11 e, and the parents of Maupin are Mr. and Mrs. Leland Maupin of Rte. 3, Jerseyville. Move to California JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Powderly and daughters, Mary and Kathleen, of Jersey- vine, have completed plans for leaving soon for northern California, where they will reside. Mary graduated this spring from the Jersey Community High School. The couple's son, Thomas J., member of the Marine Corps at Parris Island, S. C., completes his term of service in August and will join his family in California. Mrs. Powderiy, the former Miss EDWAKDSVILLE — A plan to seek federal aid to promote the city's existing master plan, in- •luding a comprehensive traffic study, was outlined today in a five-point program by Ray Abert, new chairman of the City Planning Commission. Abert said the planning com mission "will explore the posslbil- " of securing federal aid to assist with development of city planning to meet the anticipated ;ro\vth here with construction of the new Edwardsville campus of Southern Illinois University. "The Federal Government will provide funds in some areas of planning to assist cities with an existing master plan," Abert said. We intend to find out if the City of Edwardsville is eligible for assistance to carry through with points of our master plan," he said. Presentation to the City Council of a revised subdivision control ordinance was outlined in the planning commission chairman's five-point program. "The revision of the existing subdivision control ordinance is nearly completed and should be ready to be submitted to the council later this month," he said. Revision of the existing zoning ordinance was listed by Abert in the svork program of the Plan Commission in the next year "We still have work on the ord inance before it is ready to go to the council," he explained. A comprehensive traffic ctudy including a connecting link between Rte. 159 and Bypass 66 will be included in the Plan Commis sion program. The Plan Commis sion will meet with the City Stree and Alley Committee and Police Committee on the traffic survey J & A Springman HAS A 'COMPLETE BUILI)IN(i PLANNING CENTER Godlrev, 111. Ph. 4614431 he said. Alderman Mirhael Rains, chair-j man of the Police Committee.' urged at a recent meeting (hut a traffic study be initiated in the city. Alderman Charles Bode has asked that the city study the easihility of a connecting route between Rte. 159 and Bypass H(i. A $1,250 operating budget and 13.000 mapping budget will be ptv- icnted to the City Council for approval, the planning commission chairman said. Home Bureau of Hamel Entertained HAMEL — Mrs. Viola Bauman gave the major lesson "Guiding be Child's Growth in Character and Moral Development" at the meeting of the local Homemakers Unit Wednesday afternoon at the lome of Mrs. Minnie Long. During the business meeting re >orts were given by Mrs. Doris Meyer, 4-H chairman; Mrs. Minnie Long, second vice cliaii nan; and Mrs. Stella Engelke, county chairman. Mrs. Edith Kessman was elect ed second vice chairman for the ensuing term and will be installer! at the July meeting. "Good Care Means Longer Wear" will be the lesson for the July meeting at the Quercut, irove school on July 17. A potluck dinner will be served at noon. Edwardsville Church Schedule Listed EDWARDSVILLE — "Finding | the Will of God" will be the ser- 'mon topic Sunday at St. John's • Methodist Church, the R e v. j.Iame Nettleton, pastor, has announced. The senior high MYF will have a picnic at 5:30 p.m. at the Wins- To Bake for Brighton Snle BRIGHTON — Brighton \vomrn who arp not nernssarily old hutj 1 who have the old-timer's outlook! _!!.'... will be off<=rprl both this evening nnd Saturday. Mound City Shows have moved in and set up an assortment of riclfs. Profits from the picnic will be used to help restore Brighton's streets which were torn up dur- the installation of a sewer system. ton Brown home, 905 Ruskin. This will be a "get acquainted" party for Miss Marilyn Manning, sum mer youth worker, who will be coming to St. John's Church. The commission on education and all workers with youth will meet in fellowship hall at 7:30 p. m. Monday to meet Miss Manning. An organization meeting for 'The Twelve" will be held in McKendree lounge at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Mid-week services will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel. The Aldersgate Class party will be held at 8 p.m. Friday in fellowship hall. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE - One area resident was admitted Thursday to St. Joseph's Hospital. Highland, two patients were discharged and one birth recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thoi'lcy. Rte. 2. a son, at 12:08 p.m., weight (i pounds 13 ounces The mother is the former Audre.s Anderson. Otto Albrecht, 1712 North Main was admitted. Discharged were: Mrs. Dorothea Washington, 420 East Schwarz; Mrs. Rose Revelle, Glen Carbon. Spiny lobsters are hatched as larvae a fraction of an inch long with spidery legs, flat bodies and large protruding eyes. toward edibles have gone into a two-day bakins session to provid"' items for sale during the two-day Brighton Picnic Association picni' 1 today and Saturday. Launched several years ago as a "kucheii corner," the bake sale stand, set up in the middle of the picnic activities, featured only yeast baking, eliminating many who never learned the yeast baking process. Known bakers of local stature have been canvassed tor contributions and various breads, rolls, coffee cakes, etc., Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When you are tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may be blocked—and you become constipated. New COLONAID tablets relieve this misery with a new principle—a unique colonic nerve stimulant plu? special bulkingaction as recommended by many doctors. Result? 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