Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1963 · Page 5
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July 5, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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s< 1065 ALTON EVENING PAQ1 nvi Lutttemn AM Elects Officers At Sklpimn StttPMAN «- Hie ttiitosmti Lad- tes Aid elccter! new efflcefs nt n meeting at the Orvllle Shultz home Tuesday. > • ; Mrs. fcarrell Allen and Mrs. Lewie Alwttrd ate do-chalmieti; MM, Qette BfueggemRfi, seere- tarys and Mrs. Charles Jpfihifoti, treasurer. frhe new officers will assume office In September, The society will sponsor a home ninde Ice cream stand at the Shipman homecoming on July 30 and 31. Mrs. Robert Kahl gave the loHson and Mrs. Jay Alward was In charge of Ihe devotions. Mrs. Shullz and Mrs. Charles Johnson served refreshments to 18 members. Aiders linlerlnliiod SHIPMAN - Mrs. Kenneth Breltwlser spoke on "Poetry and the Christian" at the Christian When Chute Fails to Open CltY, Ind. (AP) - A young electric-Inn, who para clnited as a hobby, jumped in an exhibition before 5.000 persons at a Fourth, of July celebration and died as the chute failed to open. The jump occurred half an hour ahead of schedule, nnd only n few of the spectators In Mnrler Park were aware that Evan Mall, 28, of Union City Was killed. He fell In a pasture half n mile away. Alder meeting held at Ihe Austin Jaynes home Monday evening, The group' will sponsor a fancy Work booth and country store at the Shlpman homecoming July 30 and 31. Members voted to save potato chip bags for n project. Mrs, Don Metzger, who.Is moving to Plasa, was given a handkerchief shower at the close of the mooting. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Jayne, Mrs. Wilbur Wcldncr Mrs. Don Cravens. LOOK-WE'VE QUINTUPLED! . .*v'v In five years Piasa has grown from'6 million to over s 30 million —for these good reasons: ,••'."' •• ., -. "^ p : i '"i~, • .-••', • • Consistently paying the largest dividends in the area—currently 4.6% annually. • Dividends compounded quarterly. • Dividends paid from the Ist'on savings in by the 20th. • Considerate, helpful service to our many customers. • Sound investment policy. Shouldn't you be enjoying these advantages, too? • • f,*- ' • • Plasa First Federal, State'& Wall Sts., Alton, III. For tjme and temperature, dial 465-4431. PIASA FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSpCIATION Account! Injured to $10,000 by Federal Saving! 4 Lqin ln«grtiic« Curpuiation Dividends paid for over 75 consecutive years! Fourth Was Busy Day For Kennedys B.V ttOtJGMS tt< COttfrfeU, HYANN1S PC-tlT, Mass, (AP)3 resldent Kennedy planned to re- nx today along the Cape Cod •shore after a frenzied Fourth of July for the Kennedy family. Three generations of Kennedys Were Involved Thursday In such matters of urgency as a potential national railroad strike, a bIHh, an operation and the President's reunion with his wife and two children after a 10-day trip to Eu- 'opo Today, Kennedy looked forward to nothing more strenous than routine conferences with some of his staff and an afternoon cruise on Nantucket Sound. The -vacation lasts only tint! Monday when Kennedy files back to Washington. But It does pro vide his longest -respite In fWe'eks from wrestling with racial and other domestic ,;lssues and from the strain of Ills visits .to Germany, Ireland, England and Italy The President hadn't seen his family since he. flew to Europe June 22. And he barely made 1' icro to greet them at the end of the holiday. He conferred at the White House with Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirlz on the rail strike threatened • for midnight Wednesday, then boarded the presidential jef and took off foi the cape. / About the same time, Alty. Gen nnd Mrs. Robert F. Kennedy'were flying by helicopter from Hyannis Port to Boston, where she gave birth Thursday night to a 6-pound, 14-ounce boy. He is their. fifth son. They also have three girls. The baby is the second of the children born on July 4. The other is the eldest, Kathleen, 12. For the patriarch 'of the Kennedys, former ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy, it was the 21st grandchild. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's svife, Joan, wound up in another hospital Thursday. A 30-minute operation removed an abcess from the inside of her throat. Sen. Kennedy, D-Mass., and his wife also were vacationing here. Ambassador Kennedy-jHvas sitting on the porch of His home in the "Kennedy compound" and the first lady and two children • were standing on the lawn when a helicopter brought the President from nearby Otis Air Force Base. '. Tow-headed ; Caroline* 1 "-5, arid John Jr., 2, rushed to, tjieir , daddy with outstretched arms. They got a hug and a kiss, .-Then it was Mrs. Kennedy's turn, and it was a warm embrace: Finally the President walked up to the porch and thrust out' a hand to his father, who' never has recovered from & stroke suffered in December 1961. '*" '',:: :•;-.. The ' President's wjfe is expecting another baby late next month. She plans to spend most of the waiting time at the rambling, gray-shingled home on Squaw Island which she and her husband have rented for the summer. County 'Sing' Scheduled For Sunday The Madison County singing convention will convene Sunday at 2 p.m. at the First General Baptist Church, corner of Tomilson and Berkshire Avenues, in East Alton, Mrs. Betty Crane, secretary-treasurer announced today. Featured at the songfest will be Pete Wiseman and the Gospel Four of Bethalto, Song leader will be Juel Liley; pianist will be Glen Ray West, and the master of ceremonies will be L. W. (Bill) Miles. Pastor of the host church is Rev. George Dougherty. Smittf Ito*utifi Fife Auxiliary Meets SOUTH ROXAfoA - The Fireman's Auxiliary met Wednesday evening at the firchouse nnd decided not to have a booth at the lomecomtng this year. Members will have a bake sale July 20 at Charley's Market. A Social hour followed and prizes' were" Won by Mrs. Mlldrec Alkeri, Mrs. Myrtlce Stearns and Mrs. Malda Johnson. Refreshments wore served by Mrs. Frances Bedwell and Mrs. Josephine Hanfelder, assisted by Mrs. Barbara Summers. PARIS — French naval technl clans have perfected a pocket sub marine. Clarkson New Roxttna Street Superintendent KOXANA — The village board Wednesday accepted the resignation of'Frank Lovell as superln- endent of streets and Edward Clarkson Jr., was appointed to the position. Also the resignation of Walter Ogg from the water commission was accepted and Frank Denby was appointed in his place. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do f*Ue teeth Atop, lUp of Wobble When you talk, «&t, l»tieh or sneezo? 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