Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 3, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 3, 1963
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PAGE six ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1963 Medora legion To Meet Sept. MKDORA — The American Legion nnd Auxiliary will meet Monday, Sept. 9, at American Legion Hall at 8 p.m. a meeting set for l*abor Day. • Mark Birthday i MEPORA — Arthur Wilton was guest of hnix>r at a buffrt supper; f.'imily, Mr. and Mrs. Don . Cameron. Sundny evening. The occasion was his birthday. 1 Mshermnn Want Morp St'X'.A — Tuna fisherman around •TIT reported to be ready to Sept 2 was canceled because of I at the home of his dmichter an<!:!isk tor higher pay. TODAY IS DOWNTOWN CLIP THE COUPONS FROM THE SPECIAL PAGE APPEARING SATURDAY, AUG. 31 COUPONS EFFECTIVE TUESDAY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. FREE PARKING • 4th and Belle Lot • State and Broadway Lot • Piasa Street Lot Have Your Tickets Stamped at Downtown Stores Sponsored by DOWNTOWN ALTON, INC. Frank E. Moore, One-Time Altoniaii, Is 100 Years Old Frank Elliott Mdore, a former nrea resident, celebrated his 100th birthday Monday at the Illinois Knights Templar Home for the Sgcrt and Inform in Paxton. 111. Moore is a graduate of Shiirt- eff College in Alton and grandson of Col. Ahel Moore, who was he head of a pioneer family of ivhich four children were slain in he Wood River Massacre. He is a member of Upper Alton Baptist Church. He was active in alumni activities of ShurUeff Col- ege and often visited Alton for •ommencement activities. Dr. David A. Weaver, former president of Shurtleff, recalls. Moore was "extremely alert" ind could easily pass for a man of 70 when he was 90, said Dr. Weaver. As an alumnus of Shurt- eff, Moore set up many alumni meetings in the Chicago area. Was Valedictorian Valedictorian of his class, h e wanted to become a lawyer but said he had no money so he couldn't go on to study law. That's why he went to Chicago, fresh out of college, and began Vis 67-year career as a news- japer reporter. He's so old that he's outlived his family. His wife died 18 years ago and his only son died lour years ago. He is younges*. son of the famous cavalry leader of Civil war fame, Major Franklin Moore, Moore presided over ceremonies Sept. 11, 1910, at which a monument was dedicated to the people slain in the Wood River Massacre. The Massacre occurred July 10, 1814, when Indians killed members of three pioneer families. Relatives Visit Relatives from three states visited Moore Monday. Mrs. Clarence Sargent, 1851 Evergreen St., Alton, was a visitor. A reporter for 67 years for many Chicago newspapers, Moore retired at the age of 90. He lived with a niece in Wichita, Tex., until a few months ago when he went to Paxton. His first job as a reporter was in 1885. He covered the Chicago Union Stockyards for many years He was market reporter for 20 years for the Drovers Journal St. Louis Globe-Democrat and the Des Moines Register. ROXANA — Members of t h e Roxana Auxiliary Police Corps lave received certification of appointment as assistant county di- •ectors of safety for Madison Imnigh Sheriff Barney Fraun- lorf. The purpose of the ippointments, received Thursday, s to facilitate the movement of he auxiliary police officers in the Bounty when their services are •equested and the authority which hey would be vested during the ime of a natural or national dis- ster or emergency. During a regular business, the nembers voted to change the nonthly meeting night to the hird Tuesday of each month. Attend Retreat ROXANA — Several from the 'irst Baptist church attended a youth retreat at Ill-Mo Christian Life Camp at Low Point, 111. from Thursday through Sunday, Typhoid Travels CARDIFF—Final checks reveal that 66 cases of typhoid were brought into Wales as a result o last year's outbreak in the Switz erland Alps. STOCKHOLM—Swedish police may strike over wage demands SMART SHOE STYLES FOR ... TWEEN'Rs UP-DATED CLASSIC STROLLER New black smooth leather in sizes 4Vz to 10 with clean, uncluttered modem lines in the easy-on 'n easy-off slip-on style only DuPONT PATTINA® SADDLE Distinctive black-trimmed white "Pattina"® which needs only a soft cloth for polishing wears long, looks sharp, sizes 4 to 9 "BACK TALK" LITTLE BOOTIE Lightweight, supple glove leather black bootie with short stock heel and elastic goring lor heel-snug fit and all-day comfort ideal lor rainy 'n nasty weather, sizes 5 to 9 Here are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ: PART I: 1-b; 2-c; 3-b; 4-a; 5-c. PART II: 1-e; 2-c; 3-d; 4-b; 5-a. PART III: 1-c; 2-d; 3-a; 4-e; 6-b. SYMBOL QUIZ: 1-c; 2-j; 3-d; 4-e; 5-a; 6-g; 7-h; 8-b; 9-f; JO-i. THIRD AND RASA • ALTON Roxana Auxiliary Corps Receives Appointments Holiday Hurts Send Children To Hospital WOOD RIVER — Four children were treated and released from the Wood River Township Hospital for dog bites and two children for burns incurred over the holiday weekend. Timothy Badman, 13, son o1 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Badman, 208 Elm St., Roxana, incurred a dog bite to his right arm when a dog jumped over a fence and bit him. Steven Angleton, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Angleton, 214 N Maple, was bitten on the lefl hand. Jeffrey Williams, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Williams, 237 East Airline Dr., East Alton, received a dog bite. Christina Tucker, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Tucker Rte. 2, Edwardsville, was bitten on the lower lip. Those who received burns were: Mary Peck, 14, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edward Peck, 282 S Ninth St., for possible first and second degree burns to her face received when a gas oven flashed Brian Newell, 4, son of Mr. am Mrs. Ladonne Newell, 124 W. First St., for possible third degree burns to both legs received when alcohol for a play steam engine ig nited at home. Jersey Club Plans Achievement Night JERSEYVILLE — A loca achievement night will be staged by the Rangeline 4-H Club thi evening, in the Farm Bureau Building basement beginning a 6:30. The meeting will begin with a potluck supper which parents of the club members are invitee to attend. During the program, Mari Walsh will present her demonstra tion of gardening which receivec an A at the Illinois State Fair Barbara Walsh and Barbara Breit weiser will give a team demon stration. Other talks and demon strations will be given by Francis Walsh, Tery Gibbons, Margi Gib bons, Sharon Holder, Elvin Breit weiser, Douglas Updike and Con nie Walsh. Rotarlaas to Meet JERSEYVILLE — The weekl; meeting of the Jerseyville Rotar> Club for this week was cance, ed due to Labor Day. The weekl meetings will be resumed Sept 9 in the basement of the Peac United Church of Christ. Big Strike Possible LONDON — English potter} workers are planning a strik which could tie up the entir china dish industry and idle som 60,000 workers. YOU CAN BUY IT FOR ABOUT $9,900 That's what was paid In research and plant modernization to pre- engineer this steel beauty for assembly at your site. It's such a building bargain, it will cost you about 25% less than conventional construction. And you'll measure erection time In days and weeks Instead of 'months. We'd like to tell you how we can custom design the wilding you need ... why M can warrant It for five years ... and how we can finance It for up to ten years. For all the facts, phone or write today! OVER 20,000 IN USEI R & R SALES, INC. 785 Park Dr., Alton HO 6-8806 ccompanied by the Rev. and drs. Roy Gibbs. Those who attended were Jackie Estes, Wayne and Rickey Harrel- on. Bob Milligan, Sue Calvin, ttiondn, Larry and Danny Groer, Dennis and Nancy Vinyard, tennis Berkley, Marsha Lovell, /irginia Sanchez, Gail Edsall, Donald and Douglas Tuttle, Re- iecca Smith, Velton Floyd, Sam 'leming, Connie Brown, Brad Reynolds and Mike McVey. Winter Schedule ROXANA — The Roxana Pubic Library will begin regular vinter hours today. 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