Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 28, 1963
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FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Services at Carrollton Announced CARROLLTON - "This Nation Under God 1 ' will be the subject of a sermon to be given by Dr. Frank Macston at the 10:45 a.m. service Sunday in First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. John Finnah will speak at the 10:30 a.m. sejvice Sunday ih the Baptist Church in Eldred and his topic will be "The Power of the Cross." "Samuel Steps Up" will be the subject of the sermon to be given Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Methodist Church by the Rev. Roger Christiansen. The Rev. Kieth Gerberding, pastor of Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, Will have charge of the 7:30 a.m. Communion liturgy and the 11 a.m. service for which the theme will be "Each and Every Sinner." Tee Rev. Dan Vititoe will speak at the 9 a.m. service Sunday it the Baptist Church in Berdan. The Women's Missionary Society o the church will meet Tuesday. The Rev. Darwin Rolens will speak at the 9 a.m. service Sunday in First Baptisl Church. The teachers meeting will be Wednesday at 7 p.m. and tho chancel choir will meet Wednesday at S p.m. The Sunday Mass al St. John's Catholic Church will be at 7, 9 and 10:30 a.m. and the weekday Mass nt 6:30 and 7 a.m. The Catholic Youth Organization will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the school hall. The Rev. Norman Ward will speak at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday in the Zton Baptist Church. He wil) also speak at the 7:30 p.m. service. The training union will be at G:30 p.m., with Claude Bowker directing. The Rev. Dan Vitiloe will speak al Ihe 10:30 a.m. and Ihe 8 p.m. services Sunday in Mt. Gilend Bap- lisl Church. The prayer service will he Wednesday al 8 p.m. The Rev. Francis Varble will speak at the 10:30 a.m. and the 8 p.m. services Sunday in Faith Baplist Church. The training union will he at 7 p.m., with Chester McKay as director. The prayer service will be Wednesday at 8 p.m. There will be no service other than Sunday School at 9:30 a.m at First Christian Church. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospilal as med ical patients Wednesday were Mrs. Nellie Kurtz and Michae Camerer, Ixjtli of Eldred. Admit ted Thursday were Orville Guil ander Jr., of Jrrseyville, Mrs Clara Meek and Ruben Varble both of Carrollton. Dismissed Wednesday wore Miss Carolyn Wagener, Mrs. Estalenc Parker and Ray Varble of Car rolllon, Frankie Schroeder and Mrs. Beulah Holtswarth of El dred. Mrs. James Pogue and soi were dismissed Thursday. Wedding Dunce CARROLLTON — Miss Caro Lahey, daughter of Mrs. Ben.ja min Lahey of Jerseyville and th( late Mr. Lahey, and Joseph Nord son ol Mr. and Mrs. Adam Nor of this city, who will be mar rieri Saturday, June 29, at 11 a.m al St. Francis Xavier's Church i Jerseyville, have invited t h e i relatives and friends lo attend wedding dance al Moose Hall i Jerseyville Saturday at 9 p.m. Not A Candida!" NECKLACE OF LIGHTS Lights on cars moving toward Alton form a chain, Riverview park. The last glow of sunset was still in or necklace, around the bend in the river as seen from the sky, giving enough light for the picture. WCTU Meets At Wanda SOUTH ROXANA — Wanda- South Roxana Women's Christian "emperance Union me) Thursday flcrnoon al Wanda Methodist Church. Mrs. Ruth Littleton gave the lesson on "Work of Hands and feirt." Dovotionals were read by Miss Ruby Rosebcrry. M r s. leorge Herbert, president, ap- winted the following nominating .•ommiltee to prepare candidates 'or the July meeting: Mrs. Wayne Russell, Mrs. Ed Boswell and Vlrs. Ruth Littleton. Mrs. Wayne Russell gave the closing prayer and also served refreshments. The next meeting will 1 at the Wanda church with Mrs. Ruth Littleton as hostess. Koxumi Notes SOUTH ROXSNA — Mrs. Ed Boswell of Missouri Avenue gave a surprise birthday party Monday evening in observance of Ihe 17th birthday of her daughter Janice. Mrs. Anna Boswell, who spent the past several months visiting her son.s and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boswell and children and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bosewell in Whitticr, Calif., is now staying with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boswell of Missouri Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn Hasting Venetian Blind Bids Received For Courthouse EDWARDSVILLE—An East Alon firm's bid of $1,379.55, second owest of four received on replacement of wood slats with aluminum and renovation of Venetian blinds in the Courthousb was given the nod today by the Madison County Board of Super visors' Courthouse Committee. Committee members indicated they would submit both low bids to the county board at its July 17 meeting and recommend award of the contract to Alton Venetian Blind Co. of 603 W. St. Louis St., East Alton. The firm's bid was $4.85 higher than the $1,374.70 quotation of Drexel Venetian Blind Co., East St. Louis. In discussing the four bids received the committee indicated its preference for the slightly higher figure as the "best, bid" md because it had been sub milled by a "local" firm. The two highest quotations were from a Belleville and another East St. Louis firm. Specifications call for replacement of wood slats with aluminum on about 97 Courthouse blinds, also installation of new cloth tapes and cords, and washing of metal blind slats. Wood River KCs to Hear Dromgoole WOOD RIVER Joseph Drom- ;oole, retired assistant editor of the Telegraph, will be guest speaker at a Knights of Columbus Communion breakfast following 8:30 Mass Sunday at the Douglas Club Post Elects New Officers At Eldred ELDRED — Orville Bechdoldt las been elected to serve as Commander of the Eldred Amer- ran Legion Post for the coming vear. He succeeds Robert McGIas- son. George Varble will be First vice- lommander, Carl Camerer Jr., second vice -Commander, Wayne Scott, adjutant, and Frank Shhroeder. treasurer. They will be installed at the July meeting. Eldrrd Notes ELDRED — Mr. and Mrs. Lawrene Arp and family of Brea, "alif., are spending a vacation ivith Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ansell. They will also visit the Roy Ansell and Harry Ansell families in Calhoun. George Staples of Carrolllon is visiting this week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brannan. Mrs. Evelena Black entertained at dinner Wednesday honoring Mrs. Nettie Stone. Guests were Mrs. William Brannan of Carrollton, Mrs. Dean Bushnell and Mrs Charles Smith. The Household Science Club wil meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lowell Plogger The covered-dish supper for Pas time Club members and their families will be held Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. am Mrs. Frank Koster. Rosewood Post Office Moves to New Location David Maloney Catholic activities chairman, announced Dromgoole in addition to relating some newspaper experiences will also recount highlights of his recent European trip. Oldest Anglican church in the western hemisphere is said to be St. Peter's Church in St. George, Bermuda. NEW DELHI — Reports of oi strikes in India are being heard throughout the country. J & A Springmah HAS GOLD BOND Paint Supplies Godfrey, 111. Ph. 406-3431 EAST ALTON — Ad Lawrenre, wstmaster, reports the Rose- ,-ood Heiphts branch office of the ocal post office will be open for usiness Monday in a new loca- on, the Enrdley Food Shop. 41 S. Minth St. | Services of the contract office, ill continue as established. with| ie sale of stamps, stamped en- • elopes, money orders, etc.. MC-I opting packntjos for mailing ;md mail, Lawrence said. The Public School Registration Set Tuesday Depot to Open for Special Runs BRIGHTON — The Burlington railroad station in Brighton will be open for ticket sales prior to the special excursion passenger train runs between St. Louis and Beardstown Saturday and Sunday. Harold Heideman of Brighton, retired operator of Robertson's Registration for all new Junior if™"' St L 01 " 5 ' wh ° has un ' ; idol-taken to promote the excur- j :UKi semw hlch schwl 5hldpnts l s ion runs locally, said that tick- ffiee will be open from 9 a.m. i wi11 be hcld Tuesday for students! e ts may be had on the train, ntil 5 p.m. daily and from 9 a.m. I who did not attend an Alton dis- intil noon Saturdays. There will | triet school last year hut who plan ic no delivery service out of the to do so in the fall. 31-anch office. House-to-house mail delivery will continue by mount- d route from the main post of- ice in East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. John Eardley, pro- urictors of the store, will be in •harge of the postal branch serv- L-es. The contract postal station was stablished in Rosewood Heights Dec. 2, 1957 and was located in he Eardley store at that time lor i period of one year. Since that ime the service has been located in Zike's Pharmacy. Airline Cleaners, and the Haivey Eloc- ric places. All seventh, eighth and ninth graders will enroll at North, Central, East or West Junior High School. Tenth, eleventh and twelfth graders will enroll at the senior high school. Registration hours are from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Though registration can proceed without the student's report card and hirth certificate, they would be helpful if they are brought to the registration center. Students who attended school in which will stop at East Alton on the trip up at 10:30 a.m. DST. Tickets also may be had at the Brighton Burlington station or from Heideman. The train, on the trip up, will arrive in Brighton at 10:45 a.m. DST. Queen Victoria used the phrase 'dead beat" when feeling overworked, according to the Encyclopedia Brltannica. Give your expandable blood to save an unexpendable American. tlie district last year need not enroll again. OON't SOU FOR S.O.K. ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — They're vying for the honor of being called an S.O.B. in Sou t h St. Paul. Junior Chamber of Commerce members will pick the S.O. B. of the year — but in this rase the initials stand for Swell OM Boss. DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slid* or Slip? FASTE1TS, *a Imprortd powdtr M. b* sprinkled on upper or low* plfttw, nolda tftte* t**tb rnor* Brmlj In pUM. Do not slid*, dip or rook. No gummy, gooey, pasty t»»t« or (MUn«.FASTEETHl(alkaline (non- Mid) . Doee not sour Checki "pleU •tfor breath". Get FASTK&TH •* 4ruf eountere everywhu*. TWICE THE MOWER . . HALF THE ISLANDER *ml CtfTTlMG 14MB Riding byROTOHGE • B»g 6 Kjx. Ml 32" O* • Variable Fbrwaid Speeds Pius Reverse • Out Trims and Oat Mama other Higher Priced Mowed • 5-way Floating Deck THE WORKSHOP GODFREY KOAD GODFREY Phone 466-0456 '/< Mile North of the Firehouse and daughter have returned to their home in Paulton, III., after spending the past few days with Mrs. Hasting's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boswell of Missouri Avenue. CARROLLTON — A correction is being made in an article which appeared in Wednesday's paper to the effect that Miss Bargara Vogl of Carrollton was one of the contestants for Ihe title of queen at Greene County Fa:,'. Although recommended by her fellow students, Miss Vogl declined I h e recommendation and will not be a contestant. BYF Retreat CARROLLTON - Mrs. Roy Hall of Carrollton, chairman of the BYF work in West Central Baptist Association, will be in charge of an associationul BYF re! real Sunday in a wooded area west oi Kane. The retreat will open at 9:30 a.m. with a worship service and devotional periods will be held throughout the day and evening with a recreational program also planned. BYF members attending will bring a picnic dinner for Ihe noon meal and there will be a weiner roast in the evening. Attending from the local First Baptist Church will be Larry Vetter, Kenneth Butler, Diok Greaves, Eric Cunningham, Miss June Cunningham, Miss Sharon McCurley, Miss Jeunetle Meek, Miss Kathryn Meek, Miss Becky Bridgewater, Miss Carolyn Kelly, Miss Elaine Rhoads and Miss Vle- ki Hires. 69'er Club Meets CARROLLTON — Members of the 59'cr club had dinner Thursday evening at Day's Colonial room, with Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Johnson, Mrs. Gladys Reynolds and Mrs. Oren Siebermann as hostesses. Following dinner the remainder of the evening was spent at the home of Mrs. Sieber- mann. Returns to Job CARROLLTON — William Harrison returned to work Wednesday at Boyd Memorial Hospital after a two-week vacation. EAGER FISH DALLAS, Tex. (AP) — William Knrtemier wasn't fishing but he caught a fish anyhow. During a severe storm he went to a boat club to move a sailboat to a safer mooring. While. 1 he was paddling to the new mooring a five-pound bass leaped into I he boat. 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