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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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tvs 'WEDNESDAY, JULY 3,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH t»AQfi FTVB Dates Set for Catholic Picnics in Calhoun Area HARD1N -- Dales for the nn- niinl chicken dinners nnrl plc- nles of the Calholln parishes In Calhnnn County hnvo been announced. The first such ovonl of the Rummer season will be held nt. St., Anselm's Church in Kampsville, Sunday, July 3-1. St. Barbara'sChtirch in Batchtown will sponsor a ivvo-tlay picnic July 27 nnd 28, and another two-day affair will be that of St. Joseph Church in Mep- pon, Aug. a nnd <t. St. Mary's Church In Brussels has set Aug. 10 and 11 as I lie dales of its picnic, Although Ihe dates of the Michael picnic at St. Michael's Church have not boon officially announced, this event Is traditionally held at the end of August. These dinners and iliosc of the other churches and organizations in (lie county draw thousands of visitors to Calhoun County each year during the summer season. Mntlliir Dies 1JARDIN -•• Mrs. C. L. Boal- ly of Pacific, Mo., mother of Mrs. Robert Allen of Hardln, died in SI. Mary's Hospital in Klrkwood, Mo., at 10 a.m. Tues- rlay, after a long illness. Funeral ini'om- Cairollton Tournament Scheduled CAimoLLTON - Ed Pohlmaii, Greene County commissioner for Khoiiry League teams, is announc- ng that lownameiils for each age group will he held during July. Three trophies will be given in inch group and all games will hell n at (i p.m. The 7 to 9 age group will open he tournament season July 8 hrough July 1<1 In the Greenfield park, The !) to 11 tournament will in July 15 to July 21 at the VFW Park In While Mnll and Ihe 11 to 13 age group will have a tournament July 22 through July 28 at Vogl's Field in Carrolllon. FORTY ODD By Pe§ Braeken dftd Red Lull "There's only one trouble with art nowadays—Art." Greene Group al HomemakeiV Camp CARROLLTON-Mrs. Roy Mall, Mrs. Paul Bushnell, Mrs. Richard Reynolds, Mrs, Carl Phillips, Mrs. .Ralph Isringhausen, Mrs. Paul Davis, Mi's. Elmer Batty and The first game of the 7 to 9 Mrs. Eloisc, Greene County home plele al this l.lnio, but services will bo held either Thursday or Friday afternoon. Burial will be In Pacific. Survivors include her husband, C. L. Beally, one son and I wo daughters in addition to Mrs. Allen. Mr. Allen is superintendent of Ihe Unit '10 schools in Calhoun County^ Hajnel I-IAMEL — Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur F. Meyer represented the Hamel Mutual Insurance Co. at the 55l.h annual meeting of Farmer's M u I u a 1 Reinsurance Co. Grinnell, Iowa, recently. Mrs. Minnie Blase and Mrs. Anna Deist were guests of honor at a birthday party given by the Ladies Aid of SI. Paul Lutheran Church "in the church basement Sunday afternoon. A farewell party was held Sunday evening for Mrs. Gertrude Werning at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. A reception followed in Ihe church basement. The Walther League met Tuesday evening at St. Paul's Church. Miss Judy Schroeder, graduate of St. Paul's College, Concordia, Mo., has accepted a position to teach here in the parochial school. Choice Lots for Sale IN BEAUTIFUL NEW SPRINGHAVEN SUBDIVISION 7000 Humbert Rand, Godfrey Cull 4fl«-:i:i»:t or 48«-S2»8 For Details group will he played Monday, Juy 8, between Roodhousc Juniors ind the Greenfield Seniors. The second game will be Tuesday, July i), between the Greenfield Juniors and the While Mall Sen ors. The third game will be Wed- icsday, July 10, between Rood louse Seniors and Carrolllon Seniors. The winners of the first I: w o games will play each other Thurs- lay, July 11, and the winner of the July 10 game will play the Car- •olllon Juniors. The sixth game will he Sunday, July 14, al. 2 p.m. when the losers of game four and game five play each other for third place. The championship game will he Sunday, July 14, at 4 p.m. when the winners of game four and the winners of game five play each other. Gnoilitmn Iflslutt! CARROLLTON — The will of John D. Goodman was admitted to probate June 28 by County Judge L. A. Mebrhoff. The will leaves the estate to the wife, Sarah H. Goodman, during her natural life. Within five years after iier death the property is to be converted into cash and distributed in equal shares among the children. J. Wesley Goodman and Harold L. Goodman, sons, were named trustees for a grandson, Vernon Ray Goodman, until he reaches the age of 21, at which time his share of Die property will be given to him. The two sons were named executors, giving bond of $24,000. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Harvey Cox of Alton was admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday as a medical patient. Ray Quiller of Hamburg was admitted Tuesday for surgery. Dismissed Tuesday were Clinton Pegram, Jr., of Carrollton and Mrs, Jeanetta Helmick and adviser, attended Homcmakcr's Camp today at the Western 4-H Club camp at Jacksonville, The program was preSenled by Miss Mary Alice Rcsor, assistant home adviser in Calhoun County, and Robert Devening, Jerseyville florist. White Hall Man Heads Legion's 20th District GRAFTON — Floyd Moseman of White Mall was elected commander of Ihe 20th Dietricl of American Legion at the district convention Sunday al Grafton Legion Homo. Edward Kunkol, Mt. Sterling is the retiring Command- daughter of Hillview. FINANCING Downtown Mnny. Many Months Camp Hoard IMcets CARROLLTON — Mrs. Eloise Tbolen, n director of the Western 4-1-1 Club Camp at Jacksonville, met with Ihe board Monday in Jacksonville and plans were made to convert the caretakers garage at Ihe camp into a family room, with utilities for the use of the caretakers family. A car port will also be buill and Ihe cosl of the improvement will be shared by the camp directors and the caretaker. Plans were also approved to erect: a new craft building and slaff quarters at the Camp before the 19G4 camping season. To Present Art Work CARROLLTON — 'Miss Darlene Daum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daum, who teaches Art in Ernie Pyle Junior High School in Albuquerque, N.M. has been invited to exhibit some of her paintings at the biennial exhibition in July at. Sante Fee, N.M. Miss Daum is a graduate of the Illinois State Normal University and taught for a lime in Colorado before going to Albuquerque, where she r received her master's degree in art: at the University of New Mexico. Miss Daum began her training when a student at Carrollton Community High School. Cnrrollton Notss CARROLLTON — Dr. and Mrs. James Kane, and daughter and Michael Kane and son, Gary, of Red Lodge, Mont., are spending a few days here, having been called by the death of thier uncle, Joseph Kane, who was killed in a highway accident last week. Mr. and M r s. Froman Holts- warlh of Eldred and their daughter Miss Margie Holtswarth of Bloomington, and Miss Sandra Bottom, also of Eldred, will leave Monday to spend 10 days with the Holtswarth's son, A3C Edward Holtswarth, who is stationed at the McDill AFB in Florida. A marriage license was issued July I in the office of Richard McLane, Greene County clerk, to Charles Newingham and Miss Norma Jean Copley, both of Roodhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Jutfson Doyle and family moved Friday from the Harvey Haddock residence in this city to Edwardsville. Miss Diane Journey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Journey of this city, has received word from Dean Henry D. Piper that she is on the Dean's list in the College of or. Other officers elected were Harold Goodman, Jerseyville, senior vice commander; John Ak- righl, junior vice commander; Lyle Davis, chaplain; and Wilbui Barlletl, finance officer. Six dele gales were elected to attend the national convention at Miami, Fla in September. Named were Ed ward Kunkel, Floyd Hoseman .Frank Webb, Joe Troutner, Ed ward Akins and Ed Brennan. Howard D e v i n e of Hardin, a past commander, was presented a plaque by Harold Goodman for outstanding accomplishments. An At' ttf-ws Analysis ti.v FRANK CORMIER WASHINGTON (AP) lenl Kennedy's jus European tour may :>roved his band in d Frrneh President C Gaulle. Kennedy relumed b on early today after 1 13,000 miles of travel ii [reland, England and Italy. Olio of his first secretaries a review the civil rights field. lays — in Germa uunist-encircled Berlin. It was largely becau President's success in from German loaders, engthened p's Position / lysis men — Prosi- •cotnplotcd hnvo im- aling with larlcs do Wnshing- dnys and Germany, Inly. ores hack Cabinet on 11 Cabinet of events icularly in ;h Wcslorn I overseas id it hit a first three and Coin- jse of the n winning come from and con- solidarity , that he rlh the ef- od appeals • European cooperation here am i fears that Gmille's cbiitroversial goal of an ndependeni Europe free of close lies with America. Although the Franco-German ap )roachcmenl is a reality, and one applauded by Kennedy, the reception Riven the President in Gor- iany demonstrated that the good vill of Ihe United Stales still has great jwtency in that country. This fact presumably has not eon lost on Do Gaulle and his elRhhors. In even broader terms, oliticians throughout Western iuropo can hardly ignore the im- net of Kennedy's repeated ap- iea ranees on home television croons repeatedly preaching the octrino of Atlantic solidarity and onperalion. Kurtliennore, Soviet Premier Oirushchov could only have been lismayod by the evidence of slrnnglhonrd American - German inity. According to American sources. he Gorman response to policy >roposals pushed by Kennedy— in- ••ludlng Ihe idea of creating a multilateral nuclear force in the West— was more enthusiastic than anticipated. All things considered, Kennedy cnnie home convinced that tht trip was worthwhile despite claims. jy some that it was a mistake to visit major nations where govern Rail Mei Dispute m *•* -*•* M- 4 -4-* -A i Lontinui CHICAGO (API— T vhich want to mei Chicago, Rock Islnnr Railroad are sharpoi guiTients in an effort stand stockholders. Directors of Ihe ind Ihe Union Pa ready approved a gram. But in a late entrj man, chairman of and North Western posed that his road the Rock Island. The Rock Island if paring to present to ers the Union Pacifi buying up Rock Isl However, nine stockholders who Ih with Heineman's N would be a bettor dc paration Tuesday t< case before their fel ers. The Rock Island agreed to mail to any material the !>> advocates submit. The North Wester ion Pacific have oa a plan to buy up stock shares with formula offering c< n\un Qlrv'kt: Jinrl hnn the Rock Island L-ific hal al- Ideal —»*»•* for Cool Bedroom Rock Island stockholders fort. with the United States. In some quarters abroad there have boon Germany might bo preparing to ments admittedly are in a state cast her lot with France and De of flux. However, some who are close ban and infant daughter returned IQ Kennedy still bo i iovo his , m . homo Sunday from the Alton Me- a( h(jmc am] abroad wou , d mortal Hospital where the baby haye been grcalei . had he f]own was born June 25. She weighed back |Q Washington after his big 7 pounds and 11 ounces and has |jons , n Germany and Ire been named Susan Lynne. Murk Anniversary GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Joe an cash, involved plus its Itrother Dies GRAFTON - Mr. and Mrs. Larry CritchOeld have received word of the death of her brother, Michael Ament, at Rolla, Mo. He was the grandson of Mrs, Charles Bockholdt of Grafton. Funeral services were Tuesday afternoon from the Smith Funeral Home in Alton. Burial was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Susan Callahan GRAFTON - Mrs. John Calla- Liberal Arts and Sciences at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. Miss Journey gradu ated in June. Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Cory and family of Ft. Collins, Colo., are expected to arrive Saturday to visit Cory's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. George Cory. land. The overnight stay in England produced few if any tangible re- Arnold entlrlained at a dinner suRs [rom Kcnnedy . s viewpoint. Sunday at their home in observ- And IWQ days , n Ua , y proved to Sam Rothbart of Chicago, one of the nine stockholders who favor North Western's deal, says> North Western's offer figures ou to about $30 million more. He said he couldn't understanc the directorate of tho Rock Islanc promoting the Union Pacific of for, adding: "Wo are being rail roadod." ance of their wedding anniversarj and Mr. Arnold's birthday ann versary. Present were Mrs. Id Davis, Mrs. Sarah Chestnut a n son of Bunker Hill and Mrs. Ern est ..Goodman and son of Mt. Pu laski. be anticlimactic following the President's earlier welcomes. LIVERPOOL — A 13th Century church is due to be razed in England because the heavy upkeep costs can no longer be met. I Between Godfrey and Brighton (in David Acres) LISBON — Portugese bullfight ers are asking for shorter hours. rTawTo Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly in Place Do your false teeth annoy and embarrass by slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, laugh or talk? 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