Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 11, 1963 · Page 8
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September 11, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Two Sewer Jobs, Village Hall Among Bethalto Projects BETHALTO — Completion of two sewer projects and the new village hall top the list of major Improvements in the Village, Mayor Erwin Plegge said today. The mayor said a federal inspection was made on the two sewage lagoons and the two interceptor lines last week and were approved The J30.000 in federal funds will be released for the projects as soon as the inspection reports are processed, the mayor stated. Installation of sewage lines in the westerly part of town has begun and 2,500 /eet of pipe has been laid thus far. The new lines will provide sewer service to the families living in the west side of Bethalto, an area annexed to the village within the past two years. The Village Hall Tht outside structure and roof have been constructed on the new village hall and interior work has begun as well as part of the landscaping, the mayor said. Dedication of the new building is expected to be sometime in November. Mayor Plegge said two committees from the village board have been formed, one to investigate what interior furnishings will be needed and another to plan landscaping of the area around the new hall. The William E. Neunaber fund Is within $150 of the goal set for the construction of a planter and installation of a flag pole in honor of Neunaber who contributed much to the village. Mike Lanzeretta has been retained to inspect the large water tower in Bethaito and report to the village board as to what will have to be done as far as cleaning and painting of the structure. The mayor said several ordi- be 25 milers per hour and part will be 35 miles per hour, the mayor said. There will be no parking on Second street from Oak to Spen cer Street, the mayor reported. Due to stale and federal requirements on reports that have to be submitted by towns and villages on building construction a new building permit ordinances has been adopted. Permits must be obtained, at a fee of $2, by persons constructing building loss than $2,000 the mayor related. Hospital Auxiliary To Meet at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Members of the Auxiliary of the Jersey Community Hospital will meet Sept. 17 instead of the usual meeting date which would fall on Sept. 24. The meeting will be held at 1:30 p.m. in the conference room of the hospital. Members are askod to bring greeting cards, scissors and glue lo niakp favors for the patients trays at thn hospital. Mrs. Orvi! Breitweiser is president of the Auxiliary. Itcltirn to California JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamilton and children, who spent the past two weeks with Mrs. Hamilton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schneider in Jersey- vine, have returned to their home in Gardenia, Calif. During their visit the Schneider's son, Edwin Schneider of Chappaqua, N.Y., was also a guest at the Schneider home. Leave after Visit JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson left Monday for their home in Lockport, 111., after visiting since Labor Day weekend nances have been put into effect I with relatives in this area. They concerning stop signs, parking, and speed zones. A four-way stop sign has been placed at West Central and Oak streets. Speed Zone Authorization has been,given to placing a speed zone on Old Bethalto Road. Part of the road will were guests of Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Lena Kruse of Field on and of Mr. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Anderson in Springfield, Mo. Mrs. Anderson was formerly Miss Sharon Kruse. ATHENS — Greek ship owners are saying they will give special rates to aid supplies. Honor Visitors At Picnic in Shipman Park SHIPMA-N.-Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Baker and family of Corona, Calif., were honored with a picnic dinner at the Shipman Community Park Sunday. They have been visiting relatives for the past two weeks. Families at the dinner were those of Henry Baker and Neil Hopper of Bunker Hill; George, Dan, Roy and Guy Baker, Mrs. Lester Large, Ben Pitman, Lawrence Bohlmeyer, Paul Quirk, Larry Bray and Homer Bohlmeyer. Community Party SHIPMAN.—The Locust Grove Road residents entertained their families with a fish fry at community park on Sunday. Families present were those of Charles Rutherford, Quentin Foilcs, Ralph Brueggeman, Robert Foiles and Gene Bruegge- JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Marcus J. Ryan of Jerseyville, nominee from the Jerseyville Women's Club has been named "Club Woman of the Month" from the 20th Federation of by Mrs. Paul Mrs. Marcus Ryan of Jersey Is 'Club Woman of Month* man. Announce Rirth SHIPMAN.—Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lebro are parents of a son born Sunday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. He has been named Anthony Thomas. Mrs. Lebro is the former Miss Shirey Best. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lebro are paternal grandparents. Children Baptized SHIPMAN — The Rev. Reinhardt conducted bur Wil- bap- ismal services Sunday at Piasa Methodist Church for Paul, Mary and Sylvia Wilson, children of Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Wilson. Miss Doreen Rice, Mrs. Llewelyn Wilson and Miss Candy Colema also united with the church. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN.—The Misses Clara Leefers, Marsha Kay Halliday, Joanna Roemer, Mary Alice Schaefer, Patty Alward and Charles Main have gone to Normal Illinois University to begin the fall term of college. Mrs. H. 0. Still is a patient at Area Hospital in Carlinville. Marshall and Gerald Halliday Distrirt Illinois Women's Clubs, Woods, state chairman of motion pictures, radio and TV. The name of Mrs. Ryan was submitted as a nominee for the honor by Miss Celia Sinclair, president of the Jerseyville Woman's Club, together with a review her club work. Mrs. Ryan is a charter mem her and past president of the Jei seyville club. One of her pet projects is Boy Town of Illinois at Grafton. SI lias been an active member of th Board of Trustees for the pa five years, has raised severa thousand dollars by promotin jfund drives, covering the Unite States, every year for the last years. Mrs. Ryan arranges partie and picnics with many organiza tions for the boys. Mrs. Ryan organized the fir.s JerKeyville Business and Profes sional Woman's Club and was ii president for three years. Probably her most outstandin community project is the Chris mas Festival of Giving, one ( the most amazing individual o; ganized charitable achievemen Names of recipients are given 1 Mrs. Ryan and she personal! shops for each child, seeing tha .each has a toy as well as servici able clothing. Merchants co-ope; ate most generously with her. No\ many organizations have Chris mas parties at which time gif are collected and turned over 1 her for distribution. Several worn en in the community voluntee their services in wrapping th gifts, making use of donated fane gift ribbon and paper. At the tim of distribution the Boy Scouts Postal employes and others volun teer their services. Originally started by her unde the auspices of the Woman's Clu when she was president, the Clu soon gave up the responsibilit left Tuesday for Lafayette, Ind where Gerald will begin his junio year at Purdue University. 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Upturns (o Base JERSEYVILLE — Airman Apprentice David Isringhausen has returned to his station in Brunswick, Ga., after spending two weeks leave here with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Isringhausen. Move to New Locations JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Mark McDaniel and family have moved to 317 East Arch St.. from an apartment in the Gene Prosser home. Mr. and Mrs Donald Scoggins who have been residing at 505 W. Pine St. have moved to 108 Giddings Avenue. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull ". . . and our roses were never lovelier—I wish you'd come sooner—and this is where the tulips were—didn't we have gorgeous tulips this year, Frank?—and you should have seen our azaleas!" Triangle Means Slow COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An orange triangle, outlined in red and reflective, has been developed for slow - moving farm vehicles through facilities of Ohio State University's College of Agriculture and the Ohio Farm and Home Safety Committee. It's to be mounted behind a. tractor seat, or on the rear of farm equipment being towed, to caution motorists that the vehicle is moving slower than normal traffic. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily WHATEVER YOU DO . , to do your use 101 W. BROADVVAV DOWNTOWN ALTON Trapshoot ior Women Planned At Carrollton CARROLLTON — A woman's trap shoot Sunday, Sept. 22, was planned Monday evening at a picnic dinner at noon for mertibers and trUft fafflfrim. -i-fite) •— The Buffalo River in alternates serene pools rnoving currents Oiflt have <Jtt the imestone banks into ' bluffs. of the C. <fc E. Sportsman's Club at Robin Hood. Prizes will be awarded. Jake Freeh as chairman of the trapshoot committee announced the purchase of an attachment to electrify the traps. There will be a trap shoot Sun day afternoon at Robin Hood fol- Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Uttte Worry or nt OHM* non-acid). Oh**" t enture breath). O«t F eounttt* 2-DAY SPECIAL! 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