Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 3, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton, Illinois
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 8,1963 Lions Install New Officers At Worden WORDEN — New officers of the Worden Lions Club have been installed. They arc: Elmer Moehle, president; Donald Doerle, Martin Ei•Jert, and Norman Schtilze, vice 1 \ preslttertls; Harry Emrioh, secre- ' lary;, Walter Neuhatis, treasurer; Edwafd BRrtevogel Jr., Lion tam- jfer; forty Ostrowsky, tail twister; '.,ftnd Richard Miller and Vcrnon Heiichert, directors. '*•' Next meeting of the club will •be July,9 at 6:30 p.m. in the Lutheran Hall. -vfeylBospttat Notes ^<jjFU3EN—Mrs. Helen Maedge has" returned home from the Slaunlon Community Hospital. Mrs. Joyce Sue Williams is a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland. Leonard Suhre and Lillian Hutf- stedler, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huffsledler are patients at the Staunton Community Hospital. Enlists In Army WORDEN — David Tweedy, 17, son of Mrs. Vernon Harris, has enlisted in the Army and is stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Setting Stage For Annual Foster Fete FOSTERBURG — Plans are nearly complete for the annual Foster Township Community Center picnic, which will be held Aug. 36 and 17 at Fosterburg School. Robert H. Legate, president of the association, said 15 commit tees have been appointed and members are completing their various tasks. He said the picnic will include a chicken and fish dinner, rides of all kinds, and • entertainment. Legate said as committees report progress announcements will ,be made as to a definite program. Since last year the community center has taken on the sponsorship of a Boy Scout troop in the Fosterburg area. Moro Couple Mark 40th Anniversary MORO — Mr. and Mrs. Henryj ^' Joseph S Kruse Sr.. were honored Sunday) MEDICAL with a family supper at the home Donald Bollino. Godfrey. Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MEDICAL Joann Taravella. Cottage Hills. Mrs. Doris Morss. Moro. Nancy Linn, Carrollton. Daniel DeSmet, 1408 Central. Herbert Brune, 2921 Brown. Victor Lofz, East Alton. Orville Rhodes, East Alton. Albertha Johnson, 2637 Sanford. SURGICAL John Foster, Glen Carbon. Mrs. Barbara Endicott, Cottage Hills. Albert Kassing, Bethalto. Mrs. Edith Lawrence, Godfrey. Mrs. Gladys Emery, Bethalto. Mrs. Betty Hayden, East Alton. Miles Sabin. Wood River. Mrs. Fern Davis, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Gay Huber, Moro. DISMISSALS Mrs. Marlou Lamanske, Wood River. Mrs. Imodean Null, Bethalto. Mrs. Mary Bruno, South Roxana. Penny Stroud, 1705 Alby. Eilene Roth, Wood River. Charles Eastman, 942 McKinley. Mrs. Lucille Cooper, Kane. Mrs. Geraldine Gaddy, 3439 Ful- lerlon. Mrs. Gertrude Belvcr, Wood River. Mrs. Beulah Drum, Granite City. Henry Wolf, 3318 Burton. William Bartlett, Brighton. Mrs. Alice Berrey, Wood River Mrs. Carrie Mathis, Moro. Mrs. June Shaw, 1111 Riley. Mrs. Beatrice Throne, Bunker Hill Erwin Meyer, Dorsey. Albert Fosha, 3725 Berkeley. August Zirges, Worden. Mrs. Grace Smith, 231 Hamilton. William Darkins. Godfrey. Wood River Township MEDICAL John Wellington, Godfrey. Mrs. Sylvia Overton, 7 Old St. Louis Road. Mrs. Maude McAndrew, 1125 Brown, Alton. Mrs. Pearl Dunham. 546 First. Joel Dick, 2927 Watalee, Alton. SURGICAL Mrs. Erma Masterson, Cottage Hills. Ricky L. Harrop, 200 Ohio, Alton. Mrs. Lena Newell, 381 S. Pence, East Alton. Steve Gall, 1417 Ladd. Harold T. Jones, 166 Acton. Mrs. Betty Surman, St. Louis. Alfred Alcorn Jr., Bethalto. Randy Harrison, 245 S. 13th. Mrs. Theresa Klader. 419 Wood River Ave. DISMISSALS Dennis G. Abrams. Cottage Hills. tives j n tne area T •niniin f~\1lii*rlr1ii COC Trt WY11C**-\»1 ' _ _ -. _ » w . Mrs. Mary Bradley, $06 Highland Mrs. Jacquelyn Wilson, E. Alton. Mrs. Mildred Goiben, 2734 Sanford. Jersey Community "MEDtCAI, Louis Noble. Dow. Mrs. Julia Michael. Grafton. George Reeves, Michael. Mrs. Wm. Gerson, Golden Eagle. DISMISSALS JKentner Rice. Jerseyville. Mrs. George Krueger. Alton. Mrs. Minor Gowin. G ration. Mrs. Mary Ryan. Jerseyville. Michael Snyder, Jerseyville. Reuben Stiimpf, Batchlown. WandaWSCS Meeting Off SOUTH ROXANA — A meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service of Wanda Methodist Church, scheduled for Thursday, will be postponed for one week clue to the July 4 holiday. Surprised on Hlrlluln.v SOUTH ROXANA — Mrs. Frances Langreder of Wanda was guest of honor at a surprise birthday party Monday at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ash of Wanda. Twenty five friends attended and refreshments were sei-ved by Mrs. Ash, assisted by Mrs. Orpha Southard and M r s. Millie O'Neil. Visit IManntorlum SOUTH ROXANA — The teen winners of the percentage attendance record of the Wanda-South Roxana Methodist Bible School were taken to the planatortum in St. Louis Tuesday afternoon by (heir director Mrs. Hertha South- NEW EAST ALTON STORE Aerial view of Arlan's Department Avenue, East Alton. The store will be Store, Hearing completion on St. Louis one of the largest in the area. ASC Election Dates Announced in County EDWARDSVILLE - Dates and places for the annual community Agricultural Stabilization Committee elections have been announced by M. Lee Rogers, ASCJ manager in Madison County. j Three members and two alternates will be elected in each township. One of the three members will be named chairman and will become the delegate to the coun-i WOOD RIVER — Luther W. Luther Hanes Retires From American Oil Chief Research Engineer Retires AtShellRefinery J. A. Edgar, chief research engineer at the Shell Oil Co., Wood River research laboratory, relir- ly convention on July 30. I Hanes of 17 Grovelin in Godfrey ard and enjoyed a luncheon in and wjn start at 8 p . m . All township elections will be i has retired from the American held belwen July 8 and July 25,'Oil Company's Wood River refin- Forest Park. Attending were Barbara Losch, Rosemary and Linda Cuthrell, Edith Nichols, Pat Holland, Linda Locklear, Carla Smith, Martha and Norma Legate. Roxiuia Notos SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith of Smith Avenue had as their weekend guests, Smith's sister, Mrs. H. G. Roess ner of Whiting, Ind., and hei grandson, Dan Barnes of Mishawaka, Ind. Mrs. Walter Huebner of Dwight is visiting her mother and brother, Mrs. Lena Poag, and son, Donald, of East Alton and other rela- ery after more than 39 years of Laurie Quigley, 626 Ferguson. Mrs. Naomi Latham, East Alton. of their son and daughter-in-law JMr. and Mrs. Floyd Kruse, at Fosterburg. They were celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary. Training School MORO — Ralph E. Green has returned to his home in Monroe, Mich., after a 10-day visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Margaret Kabel. Church Service MORO — Communion service is scheduled for the Presbyterian Church next Sunday. The service will begin at 10:50. The meeting of the Young Adult group of the church, scheduled for July 6, has been canceled. The group plans to attend the municipal opera in St. Louis on July 20. Church Bells to Ring At Bunker Hill BUNKER HIL — Several local churches will participate in t h e nation-wide program of "Let Freedom Ring" July 4 at 1 p.m. The church bells will ring for four minutes. Carrollton Group Plans Car Wash CARROLLTON — Members of the CYO of St. John's Catho- lir Church will have a car wash • Saturday, at the Eddie Camerer Service Station on Route 108 between the hours of 9 a.m. and '. 4 p.m. Plans were completed Monday evening at a swimming parly at the McCadden pool- Mr, and Mrs. Merril Jackson of Wanda have as their guests for two weeks, their grandchildren, Jerry and Ed Jackson, of Springfield" Mrs. Margaret Poag and sons ; Ob^eck Elector; Ju>3. It was from this Job that he 15, Collinsville, Collins-; retired, ville Equipment Co.; July 16,, Hanes was born ui Hannibal, 16 Jarvis, Troy Grain Co.; JulyJMo., and has spent almost his en- 16. Foster, Foster Township Hall;! tire life in and around the^ mid- July 16, New Douglas, New Doug- Mrs. Mary Elliott, Cottage Hills. |have moved to Bloomington, Ind. Mrs. Helen Moore, Hartlord. Mrs. Jessie Loveless, 3414 Oakwood. SURGICAL Joseph Arnold, Grafton. Mrs. Goldie Davenport, 1929 Gross John Rhoades, 3101 Fernwood. Mrs. Edna Grace, 808 E. 4th. Square Moore, 905 W. Ninth. Mrs. Muriel Harshbarger, Cottage Hills. Louis Landre, Rte. 2, Godfrey. DISMISSALS Miss Cora Baniett, 33 Sullivan. Mrs. Janet Caldwell, 1075 Highland. Randall Cope, 428 E. Eighth. Mrs. Mary Gailina, Edwardsville. Mrs. Emma Helens. Godfrey. Kelly Hendrix. 1719 Feldwisch. Ben Huston. Peoria. Mrs. Margaret Grandview. Jefferson Kelly. Jenkins, 3722 2432 Edsall. Church Women to Meet at Roxana ROXANA — The Missionary Society of the Church of the Nazarene will elect officers at 7 p.m. today. Roxana Notes Mrs. Shirley Lovell, East Alton. Alvin McCarty. Quincy. Miss Ann Reynolds, Wood River Mrs. Violet Robison, East Alton. Mrs. Inez Scott, 2516 Clawson. Joe Sharp, 1816 Belle. Mrs. Linda Summers, 607 Trube. Mrs. Pauline Wickenhauser. E. Seventh. Mrs. Elizabeth Yehling, wardsville. 1232 Ed- ROXANA —Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams and two children of Waukegan, 111., spent the weekend with Williams' brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams, of E. First Street. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Gills and daughter of 101 W. Fifth St., had as their overnight Monday guests his niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nagel of Manchester, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wolverton of IE. Third Street have returned after a three-week vacation in the I west. Carl Dreon of Moline is spending a week visiting his uncles and their families, including, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Slayden and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Slayden, both of 12th Street, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Slayden and Mr. and Mrs.Kerry Slayden of Wood River and his grand- Kane KANE — Misses Barbara and .Linda Weller, Sherry Allen and Miss Carlotta Steinacher left Sunday for Charleston where they will spend a week at music camp at Eastern Illinois University. Jeffery David Cary has return' ed to his homo In Pittsfield aftei upending several days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C Cary. Mrs. H. F. Freeh attended t h e Stevens reunion Sunday at Car rollton. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Witt Jr. ' and family returned to East Pe orla Sunday. Mr. Witt spent tb week here and Mrs. Witt am children accompanied him honv , after spending three weeks wit! her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pan CarJton. Mr/i. Jim Watson of St. Loui was a Sunday guest of Mr. anc Mrs. George Linn, . Mr- and Mrs. Earl Watson, St .Louis; Mrs, Pee Burch, Alton Mr. and Mra. Harry Milner of Jei spyvuie« and Mr, and Mrs, Leo Out of Jalappa, were guests t the George Milner Vlrs. Edna Kessler, Rte. 3, Jer seyville. Vlrs. Grace McEvers, Jerseyville Larry Davis, 728 N. Ninth, Wood River. Mrs. Albena Jones, Edwardsville. DISMISSALS William Eades, Wood River. Richard Sharp, 2418 Main. .oomis Barker, Rte. 2, Godfrey. St. Anthony's MEDICAL ohn McElroy, 2111 Lawton Villiam Williams, 2108 Fernwood. j i mother, Mrs. Kate Slayden, Godfrey. of Tennis Clinic Opens Vlrs. Gladys McKinney, Bethalto. j Monday at W. RlVCl* VIi-c VAna Kpssipr Rtp. 3. .Inr- Dates and places are: July S., 86 """ at ' he Ioc ! a11 plant ' Omphgent. Worden City Hall: Ju- Hnnes be £ an his tenure wit " ly 8, Hamel, Hamel Township Hall; July 9, Ft. Russell. Liberty Prairie Church; July 9. Moro, no place announced; July 9, Leef,' Grantfork Fire hall; July 10, Wood River, Arthur Gusewelle home; July 10, St. Jacob, St. Jacob Community hall; July 11, Chouteau and Nameoki-Venice, IOOF Hall in Nameoki: July 11, Olive, Livingston City Hall; July 15, Marine, Legion Hall at Marine; July 15, Saline and t h e American j Oil as a labor-1 er in 1924. Shortly thereafter he became a boiler washer in the power station. After progressing through .various positions in the Utilities Di- L. W. Hanes vision he became a turbine room engineer in as Town Hall; July 18, Alham- ira, Madison Sendee Co. elevator; July 18, Godfrey, Godfrey Town Hall; July 18, Pin Oak, Pin Oak Town Hall, and July 25, Edwardsville, county office. Community committeemen serve one year terms and lelp administer ASC farm programs at the local level by explaining program requirements to their neighbors. They also make recommendations to the county office. All persons who have an interest in a farm or farm operations are eligible to vote in the elections. WOOD RIVER — A summer tennis clinic sponsored by the Recreation Department will convene for the first session at 2 p.m. Monday on the Wood River Community High School courts. The group will be divided into classes that will meet during the morning and afternoon sessions, Former Shell Man Dies in Louisiana WOOD RIVER—Word has been received here of the death of L. L. Lovell, 51, of Cheneyville, La., on June 15. Mr. Lovell was formerly head of the experimental lab at Shell refinery here from 1935 lo 1943. Mr. Lovell died at Baton Rouge, La., while attending a meeting of the Louisiana Federal Farm Bureau of which he was president. Interment was in Cheneyville. While here he was a member of the Wood River water commission. Surviving are a wife and two children. Attend Wedding WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frields and son, Bill, 302 N. Central, Sunday attended t li e wedding of a cousin, Miss Shirley Small, at Monroe City, Ind. Miss Small was married to Joe Berry in the Methodist Church there. west. Prior to working with the American Oil, Hanes was employed for a period of three years with th' Jerseyville Motor Co. as a mechanic. In recognition of having more than 30 years of service at the time of his retirement, Hanes was presented with a watch by the Wood River management. Discuss Sign Board Project At Wood River WOOD RIVER — Members of the Wood River Township Cham r her of Commerce Publicity Committee continued discussion Monday on proposed sign boards announcing that motorists are entering the township. Members of the committee will contact service clubs in the area to see if they would be interesed in helping finance such_a project. The signs, according to Jeanno Yakubian who designed them, are expected to cost approximately ?500 each. Further plans for a breakfast for new members July 17 were also discussed. N&w Pastor Assumes Duties At Wood River WOOD RTVER - ThR Rev. Glenn E. Huffman, new pastor of he United Brethren Church, 507 AT GIBSON .J<>in>hil & Gift LOWEST PRICES ON: Keystone Movie Camera ................. $39.50 3-Pc. Luggage Set ...................... $17.95 % -Carat Diamond Ring Set ............. $1 39.50 (7 DIAMONDS) 17-Jewel Watches— Men's or Ladies' ...... $19.75 Dominion Hair Dryer .................... $17.95 2-Pc. Gold Wedding Bands ............... $14.95 and hundreds of other choice items! STOP IN FRIDAY OR SATURDAY Open an easy payment account or add to your present Gibson Furniture Account JEWELRY AND GIFT CENTER ACROSS FROM GIBSON FURNITURE 408 E. BROADWAY HO 5-4477 ALTON J. A. EDGAR ed July 1, after 30 years of serv- .ce with the company, according :o an announcement by Wood Riv- =r Refinery Manager P. J. Mer- ttis. His i-eplacement will be announced at a later date, Merlcus said. Edgar, who lives at 420 Grandview Drive, Edwardsville, began lis Shell career at the company's Martinez, Calif., refinery in 1933, after graduation from the University of California with a mechanical engineering degree. He became manager of the motor laboratory at Martinez in 1937. From October, 1940, to January, 1946, he was in the U.S. Naval Air Force. In 1949, he was named chief research engineer at the Martinez research laboratory, and he was transferred to Wood River in that capacity in July, 1961. Edgar and his wife plan to return to Martinez. Rosewood Firemen Honor Guy Richards ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — Guy B. Richards, 122 E. Airline Dr., Monday .night was honored and presented a gift by members of the Rosewood Heights Volunteer Fire Department. A retiree from Shell Oil refinery, and a volunteer firemen for 11 years, he now plans to move to Greenfield. The men presented him with a fishing rod and reel. Plans for a fish-fry Friday and REV. HUFFMAN Wood River Ave., 1ms assumed his duties. He succeeds Rev. Thomas Lowery Sr. The new pastor came to Wood River from the EUB Church at Paris where he was pastor for six years. He and his wife, Mildred have ono daughter, Mrs. Paul Osborn, of Champaign. The Rev. Lowery has been transferred to the EUB Church at Teherun. Carlinville Pair to Mark Anniversary CARLINVILLE — Mr. anc Mrs. Arthur J. Haney of Car linville will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. Due to the illness of Mr. Haney, there will he no special celebration. Miss Charlotte Furrow and Arthur J. Haney, both of Roches ter, were married July 7, 1913 in the Methodist parsonage in Springfield. They resided three years in Rochester and 27 years in Jack sonville before coming to Carlin •ille where they have since lived Mr. Haney was transferred to Car- inville 20 years ago as an em ploye of the Internal Revenue De- >artment of'the Federal govern ment. Following his retirement by :he government, he continued in private tax work in Carlinville. As an ardent sports fan, Haney was given a citation at the higr ichool the past year. Mrs. Haiiey is a past worthy high priestess of the Shrine in Jacksonville, a past president o the Carlinville Woman's Club, charter member of the Eastern Star of Rochester, and active in the latter organization in Carlin ville and the Carlinville Ares Hospital Auxiliary. NOTICE-BETHALTO RESIDENTS Due to vcation the Village Clerk's Office will be closed from July 4 to July 15. Wheel tax license and dog license, which are past due, may ^at this time be remitted by mail and the clerk will mail the license. OFFICE HOURS —10:00 A.M,-12;00 5:30-8:30 P.M. William F. Doerr, Village Clerk NOON Saturday were completed. Fis will be served from noon to 9 p.m both days. BANGKOK — A Dutch-Brills combine is underwriting construe tion of a Thai oil refinery. OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY, JULY 4th FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE! Plenty of Ico cold or warm WATERMELONS ON SALE! BROADWAY & DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 East Broadway 4,000 BTU Don't be satisfied with one manufacturer. Come to Schwartz Furniture Co. and make side by side comparison of the world's finest air conditioners—Frig- idaire—Fodders—Emerson—and others. Yes, hay fever and allergy sufferers we can give you relief at low—low prices and fit any window and on regular house current. Fitted with expandable sides, DON'T SUFFER THIS SUMMER- LET US GIVE YOU COMFORT! SEE * FRiGIDAIRE * EMERSON * FEDDERS * HOTPOINT AIR CONDITIONERS ON DISPLAY AT SCHWARTZ'S Open Dully 9 ii.m. to 5:30 ILIU. Open Friday 9 a.m. (o 8 p.m, Open evenluga by Appointment HOUSI FURNISHING COMPANY CL 4-0101 wooimivEit, ILL. Supreme Court Cases Rising Ily JAMES MAKMW Asscwlnfwl PiTM NPAV* Annl.vsf WASHINGTON (AP) - Former usllce Felix Frankfurter once aid the Supreme Court is not a dozing audience." The nine jus- Ices, who don't have time for doz- ng, were busier than ever this ear, A record 2,824 cases were Inid n the court's lap for review In 10 1962-63 term just ended, This vas three times the yearly aver- ge before World War II and an icrease of more than 1,000 cases ver five years ago. The court, as usual, rejected nost of the petitions but gave mn- orlty opinions in 1.10. The prevl- us term the figure was 85. Why he increase in the number of ases? One reason Is that so many nore prisoners in slate and fetl- ral penitentiaries have learned iow to write petitions. Another Is he population increase, meaning nore cases handled in lower lourls and, thus, more appeals. Clerks At this point Ihe law clerks, recent graduates of law schools, :ome into the picture. Each jus- ice has two (they stay a year), •xcept Chief Justice Earl Warren, vho has three, and Justice Wiliam O. Douglas, who always has one. They are of the utmost importance in helping a justice do his •e search. Justices operate independently, >ach in a three-room suite of offices, but studies of the court show hat over the years, because the problems are the same, the nine ustices operate pretty much the. same in a general way. Since each of the 2,824 cases which reached the court this pas ;erm had to be examined indivicln ally by each justice — before he :ould say it did or didn't deserve consideration—the justices rely on their clerks for help. The clerks examine each appll cation and made a digest of it The justices read the digests. In some cases they may be enougl for a justice to make up his mind Otherwise, he reads both the di ;est and the case. When the nine meet behinc closed doors on Friday they dis cuss each application for reviev and vote lo accept or reject. A vote of four, less than a major ity, is enough to accept. This i only part of the job. From Monday through Thur; day for two weeks each month the nine justices in open court lis ten to lawyers argue ths case! they voted to accept. The othe Iwo weeks are for writing opin cms nnd doing research. Conference Then in Friday conference the ustices cnn discuss and reneh A Iccislon, although there may be itoriallon in this, on the cases hey had heard argued In the pre- ious few days. This, however, is •onsidered a tentative opinion. After the decision Is reached me of Ihe majority is assigned he task of writing the court's op- nlon. Any of the other Justices may write a concurring or dlfr- anting opinion to explain how and vhy he reached his position. only the majority decision has he effect of law. Then the Justices exchange their opinions, partlculnrly the major- ly opinion, This allows them to "i-ttiei/e or suggest changes. In- •requenlly, after this exchange a justice may change his mind. In addition the justices give a mmhor of lectures a year, frequently at law schools. An old question arises: Do the aw clerks ever write an opinion for a justice? This writer has bund no evidence that it ever lappens. But reports by law clerks in other years do show this: Sometimes a justice asks his law clerk—especially toward the pud of a term—to write an opinion or outline lor an opinion. This gives a law cleric practice, at least. The justice goes over it, discards it entirely, criticizes it, perhaps finds Ideas in it, or uses It as a starting point for the opinion he writes. Missionary lo Speak At Bible Baptist COTTAGE HILLS — Daniel Zimmerman will be guest' speaker at thp 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. services of the Bible Baptist: Church Sunday. Mr. Zimmerman is a missionary to Mali Republic, Africa. He and his family are formerly from Chautauqua. Cub Pack Picnic More than 20 people attended Cub Scout: Pack 7 of Elm Street Presbyterian Church family picnic at Lebanon Country Club Sunday. 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