Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 19, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 19, 1963
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MONbAY, AUGUST 19, tf)«3 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPM lle Greene County GOP to Supper Friday CARttOLLtOM •* Members of thd Greene County Women's Hc- pilbllcftn Club mid the Grneiio Cotiflly Republican Central committee ftre 'sponsoring it family $attjf*ta supper Friday n't 0:30 p.m. at the tihelter house In (ho Ltpns Club Park In White Hall. A program la beinR planned. All attending will bring n covered dish and their-own table service. tihtckni and Fifth fry CARROLLTON - the Carroll- toH and IBldred Sportsmen club will sponsor a chicken and fish try and thtp shoot Sunday at Rob- In Hood Country Club north of Carrolllon. The noon meal will be served from 11130 p.m. until 3 p.m. and the evening meal will be served at 5:30, continuing on Into the evening. The noon meal will be $1 for adults and 50 cents for children. The trap shoot will be held at 1 p.m. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON - Admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Friday as medical patients were: Mifis Bessie Young of Kane; Mrs. Lucy Dewey and Stanley Wahl of Green- Held, and Jackson McClurc of Carcpllton. Admitted Saturday as medical patients were: Edgar Read and Mrs. Shelby Engel bo(h of Greenfield. Dismissed Friday were: Clarence Smith of Carlinvlllc; Miss Bessie Young of Kane; Miss Nel lie Isrlnghauscn of Hillv'iew, and Mrs. Shelby Engel of Greenfield. Dismissed Saturday were: Stan ley Wahl of Greenfield; Carl D. Winters of Rocltbridge; Miss Rose Wardeln of Carrolllon, and Kenneth Harr of Greenfield. Pedro Vlllegas was also dismissed Saturday from the 1 o c a 1 hopltal and moved In the Simpson ambulance to the Deaconess Hospital In St. Louis. Ctirrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Douglas Gray and Stephen Gray left Sunday for their home In Dallas, Tex. after a visit here • with their Boy Organist Wim Prim At State Pair grnttdmolfief, Mrs. Delbert Driver, Mr. mid Mrs. R. H. CladahWi etilrned home Friday from a motor trip through thf> In which they visited the Grand Canyon, ihe Petrified For* st In Arizona,,and fcton and Jryce canyons In Utah. They Iso spent sometime at. Kstes 'nrk, Colo, and visited their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and VJrs. Barkley Clanahan, In Denser. Gary Kane has returned to his lome In Rod Lodge, Motil. after visit here with his grandpar* nts, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kane ml Mr. and Mrs. Leo Geers. He was accompanied home by Mr. rid Mrs. Mark Kane, Mrs. Marie <aiie and Mrs. Leo Geers and hey are spending, several days 1 the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kane and nines Kane. Dr. and Mrs. Wood River Moose Initiate Glass WOOD RIVER—Oliver Baker, °llgrim Moose and State finance chairman of the organization, was principal speaker vhen a class of 21 candidates vas enrolled in the Moose Lodge Sunday tit a breakfast in he lodge hall. Lester, Lasbury served as class representative for the new members who were Inducted in ceremonies conducted by the degree staff, directed by Otis -X)gnn, captain. Anthony made the Paynic, governor, presentation of a Methodist G i-oii p Home fl rom Cflittp JIM BOUCHERS ROXANA - Several youths from the Wanda and South Methodist churches attended 'youth camp at Lebanon the past week, accompanied by the pastor, the Rev, Rickey George, nnd Mrs. Ernest Smith. Attending from Wanda wefe Glenna tilack, Carolyn Blene- man, Janet Smith and Sretidfi Wood. From South Roxann were Nancy and Norma Legate, Ron Burton, Carla Smith, Linda .Locklear, Barbara Losch, Bobby Me- Nabney, SteVcn Smith, Parti Secor, Pat and Lee Holland and Frances and Edith Nichols. School Mothers Meet Wednesday At East Alton EAST ALTON - Officers, school representatives a n d committee chairmen of tile School Mother's EAST ALTON — Jim Borchers, Club will convene at the communi Roxana Club To Entertain 'Boys Town' ROXANA -- Roxana Woman's Club' .will entertain boys from Boys Town of Illinois and tlie'u superintendent: at a swim party and potluck supper on Aug. 2" at Roxana, Park. Members .of the club and their/:families, wil provide the potluck supper and serving will begin at 5 p.m. Mrs. Alvah Ayres is chairman of the event. . . The Illinois Federation ol Women's Clubs has supported Boys Town as a major/projec for the'past five years. The school was opened in H957 as the' frail Rangers. Return from Camp 'ROXAN£ — Senior youths from the "Church of the Nazarene spent the past week at church" camp at Nazarene Acres near Springfield and the Rev. Allen Dace, pastor of the> local church, was director. Attending from Roxana were Mike Floyd, Bonnie Swinney, Ann Strange and Sandra Gray; and Wesley, Steel from the Rosewood Heights Church who is a Roxana resident. Return to Arkansas ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. William Hamblelon of Bull Shoals, Ark., spent the past few days visiting his children In the area, including Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ferguson and children of Tenth street. His daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth -Humble- 'ton : of; Lincoln, .-jvent' (o Bull Shoals: with them to visit unti Labor Day. ' [ • Alias Luucliiior Here . RQXANA—Miss Clnire Lauol)' rjer Is visiting her parents,. Mr 'and Mrs. Frerl K. Luuchner on Ninth St, in Rosewood Heights She lias just completed a sum mor session at the Unjversltj of Michigan In Ann Arbor and will return IP the college for tin fall term, She. is a graduate o Roxana High School'-and boon attending MaoMurray Col lege in Jacksonville. wrist watch to Ray Benton for outstanding service in the membership drive. Charles B. Wiley On Dean's List ROXANA — diaries B.. Wiley has been notified by J. C. Hogan, .lean of the College of Engineer- ng of the University of Missouri, hat he has been placed on the lean's honor list for "superior academic standing during the past school year." A graduate of Roxana High School, Charles is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wiley Jr., 129 W. Fourth St. He and his wife, who is also a student at the U. of M., are spending the summer in Roswell, N.M. where he is employed with the Shell Oil Co. Wiley established a new indoor pole vault record at Missouri this spring with, a jump of-14 feet and seven inches. 12, of 249 S. Ninth St., Rosewood Heights, received third prize in an organ - playing contest at Illinois State Fair. There were 400 entered in the overall contest which was divided into divisions. Borchers, a student at Roxana Junior High School when school opens tliis year, has been studying .the organ for two and one- half years. His father Is employed by Shell Oil Co. and his mother Is a teacher in Rosewood School. Three Treated at Wood River Hospital WOOD RIVER — Three persons were treated at Wood River Township Hospital this weekend for injuries received from falls. Those treated and released are: Travy Bryan Burgess, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burgess, Rte. 1, Bethalto, for a laceration to his forehead when he fell on rocks. Martha Schudel, 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schudel, 33 West Hill Dr., Godfrey, was treated'tor facial injuries incurred in a fall from her bicycle, Mrs. Hazel Kramer, 485 N. Sixth St., was treated for hip injuries received when she fell in her kitchen. ly recreation center nt 10 a.m Wednesday for an organizationa meeting. Plans will be made for the ] p.m. Sept. 5 general membership meeting which will open the nev club year. Suggested programs and projects of the coming year will be discussed, Mrs. Robert H. Harris president, reports. Auto Hits Sign At East Alton EAST ALTON — Joe Weese, 17 of 121 Grand, East Alton, wa 1 charged with careless driving Sun day at 5:45 p.m. after he lost con trol of his automobile on St. Loui avenue and struck a state traffi sign. Weese's automobile was travel ing west on St. Louis avenue whei the vehicle collided with the sigr at the "Islands" intersection. N injuries were reported by police St Louis Mati Wiimei* in Air Race for Third Year Tom Foster of St. Louis hasp won the St. Louis Aero Club race! for the third consecutive year.' He look tha trophy in the race .Saturday at Civic Memorial Airport. Korly seven airplanes f r o m House Damaged At East Alton WINNER IN AIR RACE Tom Foster (at microphone) won first yla.ce in the St. Louis Aero Club Race at Civic Memorial Airport Saturday. Presenting the first place trophy to Foster is Howard DeMere (left) of a St. Louis radio and TV station and a member of the club. throughoul the United Stnles en- lerrd In the racp which followed a 322-mile course from Civic Memorial lo Wnhtldell (20 miles south of Pooria) to Matloon and back to HIP Civic Memorial. Of the 47 planes, 38 completed the entire race, which was a pilot proficiency event where the flyers had to fly their crafts more efficiently than anyone else to win. Foster flew a Piper Comman- die in the race. The second place winner, Andy Cardono of California, flew a Nnvion, and Mrs. Fran Henke of St. Louis flew a Piper Cherokee lo I he third place position. There were 21 other trophies given for placing in the race. Following the race, a barheque was held in one of the large hangers at the airport. At that lime the trophies were given and attendance prizes awarded. EAST ALTON - Vandals broke eight windows and marked tip St., Alton, thti Loy disecwt 1507 Price Place, East Alton, day nt 3:43 p.m. PAdfe "fefftgrftOh Wftfl d» Mar* Comfort Wtarln? FALSE TEETH Here li ft ICMM jsitt* di»e«m fttt Improftd JWW<J»f, firm' t M th»t t fettubl*. Nd M«t« or fofttlft BUed en tfi wn (he interior of ah empty house owned by Jerry Ley, 2345 Slate Nd ofttlftg. fteid). Do*« not odor brMth". (Ht FA *t drug eoufttwt «»«ttWfi««. Plan Food Sale At Wood River WOOD RIVER—Caspar Shrine of the White Shrine of Jerusalem will sponsor a food stand during the downtown Wood River 'Sidewalk Sale &", Thursday through Saturday, Mrs. Henry Vandervort, worthy high, priestess, reports. Mr"s. Vandervort and Mrs. Moo- Parents of three million children were either separated or divorced in 1960, Population Reference Bureau figures show. dy Jenkins are co-chairmen of ar rangements. , Virginia Visitors WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirby and three children of Denbugh, Va., former Wood River residents, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Pauline; Kirby, 714 Berry Rd., and her sister, Mrs. Phillip Simpson, and family, 544 California Ave., Rosewood Heights. * Eat 3 meals a day — lose 5-10-15 Ibs. Delightfully delloloua Slim-Mint helps control appetite. /"7 Makes reducing aas- I Ti ier, more enjoyable, /• * Safe. At Thrifty Drug. SLIM-MINT GUM TEL AVIV — Budget slashers are to studylsraeli road plans. CALCUTTA — India has an- noupeed plans to buy edible oils. 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. 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