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

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1063 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE By APPLE BUTTER MAKER Mrs. William Singer, 3009 Glemvood, sits among the fiO quarts of apple butter she made Thursday at her home. Start- ing at 5 a.m., she finished at 1:80, stirring the whole kettleful herself. This is an uncommon sight these days. Girl., 3, Hit Car, Hurt But Slightly Kim Lasfer, 3. was not seriously injured when she was knocked down by a moving car Thursday night in an alley at her grandmother's house. She was struck when she ran from behind the parked family car into the alley and the driver of the other car apparently didn't see her, her mother said. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laster, 431 Washington, East Alton, Kim received abrasions to the right side of her forehead and her back. She was sent home following emergency treatment at St. Joseph's Hospital. Her mother reported that K i m seems normal today. Alton Stale's Smith To Preside at Meet A. K. Smith, assistant superintendent at Alton State Hospital, will preside as chairman over one of the sessions at Illinois' Annual Meeting of Hospital Business Administrators and Business Managers. Tivo Divorces Are Granted In City Court Two divorces were granted on 'ial of the respective suits he- ore Judge T. H. Streeppr at the 'eekly motion day session of Vlton City Court Thursday. Janice G. Alexander secured ivorce from Virgil Vincent Alexnder of 1011 Carson St. on rounds of cruelty, and her maiden name of Woods was restored. Under the provisions f the decree an injunction was nade permanent to restrain the lefendant from coming near or PREPARE FOR FLOWER SHOW Members of the Alton Horticultural Society practiced flower and vegetable arrangements at Westerner Club Thursday. Seated, president Raymond Mon- tague; center, Mrs. Ernest Allen, cochairman; Mrs. Art Buettner, general chairman, and Mrs. John Vollmer, cochairman. Woman, 83, Hurt as Car Hits Utility Pole on Elm A oar driven by Ernest Schu- etto. 75, of 1207 Milton Road, crashed into and broke a utility pole at 237 W. Elm St. Thursday, police reported. Mrs. Anna Lauck, 83, 418 Jefferson St., a passenger in the car, was thrown against the wind- Another passenger in the car, Barbara Kinser, 70, of 2508 Tib- hitt St.. was shaken up. Both women were taken to St. Hospital. Schuette escaped jury. Schuette was northbound Tibhilt, at Elm, police said, and shield, the report said, suffering when hr turned right the door on a laceration of her forehead. She i the driver's side flew open and also complained of a pain in her j he lost control as he attempted left ankle. |lo close the door. Boy Sees, Describes, and Thereby Wins Lovely Rose The Wood River Garden Club will be short one prize rose Saturday — hut it went for a better purpose, Mrs. Doris Hadfield,, 244 Norwood Place, East Alton, around vours '" he said - ' 1Can ! the same rose. "It looks like Jeri's (her granddaughter's) fingers curling believes. Mrs. Hadfield was in her garden, and had her eye on the rose, lake it to my teacher?" Mrs. Hadfield will have an entry in the flower show — but not a "Helen Traubel," trying to de-jlhat Helen Traubel rose, cido when she might best cut it " His eyes looked into mine," for refrigeration to hold it for the j she .said. "I couldn't tell him show. I no." Her 9-yoar-old son. Bill, ap- Shr cut the rose, and it went to preached. He fastened his eye on'the teacher next day. Boy Is Burned In Flash Louis Bowman, 7, son of Mr. Area Goldwater Group Organized Area residents attended an organizational meeting for the St. Clair County Goldwater for President Club at Augustine's Restaurant in Belleville Wednesday. Officers were elected and OFF FOR REPAIRS Ernest Schuette, 1207 Milton Road, watches a wrecker tow away his auto after it came out second best with a utility pole at 237 W. Elm St. Thursday morning. 2nd-Grader Falls Off Swing., Hurt Michael Wallendorf, 6, a second prader at St. Ambrose School, suffered a broken elbow bone Thursday afternoon when he fell from a swing set in a neighbor's yard. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wallendorf, 27 Northmoor PL, Godfrey, he was given emergency treatment at St. Joseph's Hospital where a cast was applied to his arm. He was sent home following treatment, but was unable to attend school today, his mother plans were made for the group's! said. activities in coming months, according to John Viviano, Belle- and Mrs. John Bowman, 1021i v j]| e president. E. 4th St., Alton, was burned on Part of a national organiza- his left leg Tuesday evening when a can containing a small amount of gasoline caught fire. The first started when flames from burning trash in the boy's back yard jumped'to the can he was carrying, his mother said. Louis' brother, John, 9, beat the flames out with his hands, according to the mother. Louis was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital for treatment. Milton Pupil., Age 5, Bitten On Leg by Dog James Mc-Kvcrs, 5, was nipped on the right leg by a neighbor's dog Thursday afternoon on his way home from kindergarten at Miiton School. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Myrl McEvers, 3001 Fern wood, he was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital and released. The bite just broke the skin, his mother reported, and was not serious. She said James had played with the dog before but it apparently became frightened and nipped him. tion, the group plans to combine the efforts of its members in an effort to support the election of Senator Barry Goldwater for President. They will meet the first Wednesday of each month until the first of the year, Viviano said. Correction The Telegraph Thursday erroneously listed an inquest into the death of Mrs. Mildred E. Burke, 2734 Sanford Ave. The name should have read Mrs. Mildred E. Geiben of that address. Mrs. Geiben, according to Deputy Coroner Thomas Burke was found dead in her home by her husband John on Wednesday when he returned from work. 4th Suspect Charged In Mail Robbery LONDON (AP) — Ronald A. Biggs, 34, Wednesday became the fourth person charged with taking part in Britain's $7%-million mail train robbery. Tot's Foot Hurt In Bicycle Wheel Sandy Schuetz, 3, suffered bruises and abrasions to her left foot and ankle Thursday at 4:30 p.m. when her foot caught in a bicycle wheel. She was being carried on the back of a bike ridden by another playmate, her mother said, and apparently her foot was caught in the wheel when the bike hit a bump. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schuetz, 515 E. 10th St., she was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital and released. Milton Youth Center To Be Opened Monday Roy LeMay of 915 Rixon, presi dent of the Milton Youth Center, announced today that the center will open for a new season starting Monday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. A dance will he held the first night and each subsequent Monday during the school year he said. 55 Attend Horticulture Society's Fry Alton Horticultural Society held its annual fish fry Thursday afternoon at Westerner Club with 53 members and guests attending A report on the area appl crop was given by Charles Ger son. In another report it wa: pointed out that the months o September and June are best fo checking for borers which maj destroy fruit trees. The report said that wood ashes piled one inch deep around th base of the tree will keep thi borers from attacking the tree Also, it was reported tha potted plants should be taken indoors several weeks befor heat in a house is turned on s that an abrupt change in tem perature won't harm the plants Next meeting of the group i Oct. 3, at Alton Recreation Cen ter where the group will mee through the winter months. disturbing the peace of his former wife. Robert E. Mitchell of 2517 ClawsOn St, was granted divorce from Vernice Mitchf-11 of 4 E. Sixth St. on proof of desertion, and the defendant's maiden name of Taylor was restored. After hearing arguments of attorneys, the court denied a plaintiff's motion for a new trial in the suit of the Rev. John C. Oliver against Bernie P. Burford a garage operator dotng business as Bernie's Belle Street Service. A jury last June returned a verdict finding Burford innocent. 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