Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 16, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, September 16, 1963
Page 9
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Another Victim Of Roodhouse Crash Succumbs ROODHOUSE — Virgil Nebergall, 19, a passenger in the Calvin Farber automobile that crashed Friday night near ftoodhouse, died Saturday night at Our Savior's Hospital in Jacksonville. Nebergall was the second victim of the crash. Henry Hannaford, 22 was killed Friday when the auto ran off a country road and overturned. Another passenger to the car, Darwin Chapman, remains in critical condition at Our Savior's. Farber and passenger Larry Johu- issee were also injured. MR. AND MBS. HAZELWONDER Jersey Couple to Mark Golden Wedding Sunday JERSEYVILLE — The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. anc Mrs. Frank Hazelwonder of Jer aeyville will be celebrated at an open house to be held Sunday, a the Holy Ghost parish hall on North Washington street. The reception hours will be from 2 to ! p.m. No personal invitations are be Ing issued for the event but all relatives and friends are welcome to attend. The marriage of the couple took place Sept. 19, 1913 in St. Michael's Church, Michael, 111., with the Rev. Father Omahlean officiating. Their attendants were John and Carrie Gotway. . Mrs. Hazelwonder was formerly Miss Bernice Grandsinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry . Grandsinger of Hardin. Mr. Haz- eiwonder'g parents were Mr. and Mrs. Mjchael Hazelwonder of Michael. The couple spent the first 30 years of their married life in Calhoun County moving to Jersey- Yelping Jersey Dogs May Cosf Owners Monkey JERSEYVILLE — Yelping and barking dogs are disturbing the rest of numerous people in this city and rabies investigator Lloyd Whitlock and local night police have promised to take action. Owners of these yelping dogs will be fined .upon conviction up to $100 with a minimum fine of $5 and costs, Whitlock said. In calling attention to dog owners, Whitlock referred them to Section 18 of the city dog ordinance which states in part: "It shall be unlawful for any person to own, harbor or keep a dog which by loud and frequent or habitual barking, howling or yelping shall cause serious an- 'noyance or disturbance to any neighborhood." Kane KANE — The Kane Democratic Women's Club will have a potluck supper Thursday evening at 6:30 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Carrollton. Cynthia Dixon underwent surgery Friday at Alton Memorial Hospital. Miss Judith Gary of Ramsey arrived Friday for several days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gary. The household goods of the late Clark Combrink will be .sold Saturday at his home here. Rotary Ann's Meet /' Tuesday at Belhalto BETHALTO — The Rotary Ann's of Bethalto will meet at the home of Mrs. Duane Bruns, 218 Central, Tuesday at 7:45 p.m. The girls from the Bethalto 4-H Club will present the program, said Mr*. Jame,s Evilsizer, president of/the Ann's. PLENTY BARGAINS AT BROADWAY & MAIN WINTER POTATOES 100 Si $2.49 JONATHAN APPLES } Bushel 01 nf| Basket »liUU Fresh Country, Crude A, Small EGGS 9 Doz. wwC Guaranteed Quod Every OneJ BROADWAY &MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 Eost Broadway ville in 1943. They reside at 607 West Exchange St. The couple has nine children. They are Mrs. Thelma Herkert, Michael; Mrs. Edna Belln, St. Ixiuis; Mrs. Gilda Mclntyre, Winchester; Tony Hazelwonder, Alton; and Mrs. Cleo Holmes, Mrs. Janis Smith, Mrs. Iva Poglajen, Mrs. Marion Droege and Frank Hazelwonder, of Jerseyville. They have 32 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Mr. Hazelwonder has three brothers and four sisters living. They are: Michael of Kampsville; Guy, Hardin and George of Alton; Mrs. Mary Cress and Mrs. Mag Klunk of Hardin; Mrs. Loraine Carpenter of Alton, and Mrs. Sadie Roth of Jerseyvijle. Mrs. Hazelwonder has two sisters living: Mrs. Gertrude Cleve of Farmington, Mo., and Mrs. Eupha Thomas of St. Mary's, Mo. Both of the celebrants mark their birthdays in June. Mr. Hazelwonder was 73 on June 1 and Mrs. Hazelwonder was 68 June 11. Edwardsville Women Injured in Crash EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Judy Peterson, 22, of Rte. 4, Edwardsville suffered minor injuries early Sunday morning when her automobile struck a house in the 200 block of West Union St. Mrs. Peterson, wbo was alone in the car at the time of the accident, apparently failed to make a turn at the intersection of Union and Second Street and lost control of the vehicle. She was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton, by Weber ambulance for emergency treatment of minor facial cuts. TAIPEI—Soldiers retiring from the Nationalist Chinese Army are being given land grants good for farms on the mainland. Cheerleaders Selected at Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL—Cheerleaders were elected by the student body Friday afternoon at the high school. They are: Janice Earth, Cathy The chimpanzees in Gombe Reserve in East Africa device from twigs simple tools to aid in fishing out termites — choice food for several animals — from their earthern nests. Kuethe, Maxine Bertagnolli anri Sandra Johnson, varsity, and Jaryelyn Knibb, Nancy Carna han, Cecie Bauer and Sherry Janes, junior varsity. PUBLIC NOTICE! Gravemann Photography Studio is now arranging if* "School Days Portrait" shooting schedule for 1963-64 season. Committees in charge of receiving bids may call us at once for complete information and sample packages. RALPH E. GRAVEMANN 4*2.2267 ATTENTION, GERMANIA G-MAN MEMBERS! The Balloon Race Winner Is . . . DIANE ELAINE MURPHY, daughter of Jay E. Murphy, 3501 Glenn Drive, Alton She Received the Beautiful Pony Donated by-" DAVID SHAKOFSKY of the Shakof sky Pony Farm, Medora, 111. Youngsters between the ages of 1 to 14 are eligible to join the G-man Club and participate in the specially planned activities such as the pony contest. A savings account at Germania Savings, started with $1 or more, is all it takes to become an active member of the G-man Club. Thousands of our young people have found that it is not only profitable and wise, but fun to have a savings account with us. The lessons of thrift when learned early in life are more easily practised during later years couragement given children today . . . could be a priceless gift serving them well tomorrow. and the en- 4.6 CURRENT ANNUAL RATE FAND LOAN ASSOCIATION Open » to *J8 MocKtay thru TOuradjy • Fridtr • to « S43 CAST BROADWAY . ALTON, ILLINOIS We Pay For Collect Calls Dial 618-465-5543 PAID OB COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Feb. 28 * May 31 • • August 31 • November 80 Savings received by the 20th earn from the 1st. 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"> 49o Country Club Skinless Wieners Pkg. Heifetx Sauerkraut 29o Meet Hen* sold M »dvertl»«. ADAMS GRADE "A" HOMOGENIZED M il 1C • •••mi • HALF GALLONS \ BAKED BEAN CASSEROLE 2 cars Pork & Beans (about 3'/i cups) V« eup map!«-bletided syroj* */4 teaspoon dry mustard 2 tablespoons catsup bacon strips Place pork and beans In a shallow 1 1 A qt. casserole. Add syrup, mustard, and catsup. Stir to blend. Lay bn«ol» strips across top. Heat In hot oven (400 F.) for 45 to 55 minutes, or until beans are hot, bubbling and of th* consistency desired. Make* 8 servings. NO SALES TO DEALERS America's favprite economy med With Pork or Vegetarian HUNTER'S SKINLESS WIENERS All Meat Serve On 1 ' lb< cello C. W. Buns! P kg.

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