Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 19
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 19, 1963
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1963 •**>*i^^iiilll**aiiiii&*mm*^*mii^a^tm^^~-^~--*^L*^^^.^-^^- Wood Ducks, Blue Teal Small Waterfowl Will Soon Begin Migrating to South ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE JERSEYV1LLE —When the annual duck hunting season opens in the Gftlhoun-Jersey area Nov. 1, many of the smaller, early migrating waterfowl will have left the trea, and continued ^their autumn migration southward. The blue wing teal are now in the Calhoun-Jersey locality with a green wing teal to be observed occasionally, according to Clifford P. Jewsbury of Rural Route 1, Jecpeyville. "The blue wings are now feeding in the Sny district," said Jewsbury, who has farm land in the district near Calhoun County and is a duck hunter and keen observer of nature. "Blue wings will be gone before shooting is permitted in this part of Illinois," Jewsbury said. He reported that wood ducks have also flocked and that they have been feeding In the Sny locality before they will take off in their annual migration. Jewsbury reported that mallard duck hen had nested not far from his clubhouse. The mallards a» a rule nest far in the north, he said. In discussing the migration instinct of waterfowl, Jewsbury told a story of land that was once a large pond or lake on the 0. A, Smith premises in the Sny vicinity. Every year, flights of ducks pause on their southern flight and circle the now dry land where once the lake existed. "Some of the ancestors of the birds must have been hatched In the area at one time," Jewsbury theorized," and they instinctively circle the area when in flight. We wonder at the mysterious something waterfowl and birds possess which guides them south in autumn and north in the spring." Olin Retires W. Cardwell, J. H. Lackey Wilson J. Cardwell, with 35 years of service, and James H. Lackey, with 12 years, have retired from the East Alton plants of Olin Mathieson. I Cardwell's con- ! tinuous Olin service dated from Oct. 8, 1828. However, he had pre' viously been employed in 1922. He was a crane oper- , atpr when he retired. Cardwell and CardweU his wife, Ruby, are parents of four sons and three daughters. One daughter, Maxlne Suttles Is employed by Olin hi the fabricating department. Cardwell lives near Bethalto. He plans to devote more time to church work. Lackey began work in the gen- I eral plant maintenance depart' ment May 2,1951, as a laborer. His entire service was filled In that capacity. Lackey and his wife, Hester, live at 314 Thomas St., Roxana. They Lackey have two sons and one daughter. He enjoys fox hunting. Kane Couple Wed 50 Years KANE — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siemer, who marked their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday, will celebrate the occasion at an open house Sunday at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Carrollton with open house from 2 to 5 p.m. To Preach Farewell Sermon KANE — Dr. U. S. Randall, who has accepted a call to the Galena Road Baptist Church in Peoria Heights, will preach his farewell sermon here Sunday, Dr. and Mrs. Randall have purchased a home in Peoria and he will begin his duties on S»pt. 29. Kane Note* KANE — Mrs. Ivan Shackeltord, Mw. Wayne Wlllte, Mrs. Robert Rothe, Mrs. Ed Weller, Mrs. Robert Gullander, Mrs. Ross Crotchett, Mrs. Wilbur Gowin and Mrs. Orville Guilander attended the Past Presidents Parley in JerBeyvllle Monday evening. Cynthia Dixon, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Duavd Dixon, returned home Tuesday from Barnes Hospital. 3 of Area Listed in Student Teaching Ttae* Tefogwph area students of Illinois State Normal Universi ty ate now engaged in student teaching, among 270 from the university who are doing so, i was announced today. Thomas Gatewood, 1642 Main St., Alton, is teaching geograph; in Washington Junior High School, Springfield. From Carlln villa, Wanda Bloome of Rte. 2 i teaching the deal in MetcaU School and Phyllis Fuess of Rte J. is teaching physical education in Streator High School, SPRINGFIELD, HI. (Special) — Illinois Commerce Commission Pythian Sisters Plan Rummage Sale EAST ALTON - Gifts of a 90- up electric coffee maker, and an lectric serving table were pre- ented to the Senior Citizens Fel- owship at the Tuesday meeting n the youth center of the First Methodist Church. The coffee maker was a gift of r. and Mrs. Ray Chappell, 603 Clay St., Alton; and the 1 table was resented by Lawrence Hale, a Mist president. Four new members were enroll- today resumed its hearing on the (to St. Louis train which stops at ICC Resumes Its Hearing On Railroad-Stop Changes The railroad asks that the same be permitted for its Chicago petition of the Wabash Railroad Co. to change signal stops at Granite Ctty and Edwardsville and to discontinue a stop at Staunton. The railroad company asks that its train which leaves St. Louis at 9:15 a.m., be required to stop at Granite City only for passengers who are going to Decatur or beyond. It also asks that a train from Chicago to St. Louis, which stops now at Edwardsville at 8:07 p.m., be required to stop only to discharge passengers who have boarded at Decatur or north of there. Edwardsville at 3:18 p.m. In addition, the railroad company wants to discontinue nt Staunton, a 6 a.m. stop of its Detroit to St. Louis train because the company points out that the same train stops at Litchfield at 5:43 a.m. and anyone wanting to board the train, can go to Litch field. The Amazon River's 3,900 miles —draining from the Andean high lands of Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Colombia, and extending to the Atlantic Ocean — are exceeded only by the Nile's 4,145-m i 1 e length. Youth Cleared of Attempted Murder CHICAGO (AP)—A 16-year-old white youth Seized With a Nazi sympathizer in a car from which shots were fired has been cleared of charges of attempting to murder a Negro bay. 7 . Michael Getty, an assistant slate's attorney, told Judge F. Emmett . Morrissey Wednesday that the defendant, Allen Heilbron, had nothing to do with the random shooting of Stephen Lewis, 13, June 5. , Heilbron, a high school junior, admitted riding in the car with three other youths, including Russell Lunargo, 16, a Nazi sympathizer who has been placed in the custody of the Illinois Youth Commission until he is 21. The others said Heilbron knew nothing about Lunargo's plans to shoot a passerby. Lorena PTA to Sponsor School Carnival Oct. 18 WOOD RIVER — The annual school carnival was adopted as the major project of the year when the Lorena Avenue Parent- Teacher Assn. held it's first fall meeting Wednesday in Lewis- Clark School. Oct. 18 was selected as the date of the event which will be held on the school grounds from 6 to 9 p.m. It was voted to raise the asso elation dues from 50 cents to $1 per member to help finance PTA activities in benefit of the schools. The proposed budget was approved. Past president's pins were presented to Armand Counsil and Fred Foster in ceremonies conducted by Hai'ry Goforth. Elmer Schwalbe, Lewis-Clark Junior High principal, spoke briefly of his attendance at the seminar for Junior High School Principals held on the campus of Colorado University this summer, and made the introduction of the Lewis-Clark teachers who responded with a humorous song parody about themselves, writ ten by Miss Ruth Toomey. Glenn De Atfey, superintendent introduced the special teachers of the district, arid Truman Jou ett, Washington and Lewis-Clark intermediate principal, introduc ed the teachers of the intermed iate schools. Students of the kindergarten through second grades were fea tured in "A classroom skit"; anc the third through sixth grade students presented the skit, "An hour in the lounge" and aang a medley of selections. A tombone solo was played by Roy Schmidt, Instrumental music supervisor, with Mrs. Eunice Robinson, vocal music supervisor, playing piano aecompani ment. Concluding the program was a skit, "Burial of the PTA" pre sented by the parenfe.fil&W the direction of MM, Howard Alton, pfeaMerrt. ^ ^ To Leave for Colteg* ROXANA - Todd Noryell, son of Mrs. Gerald Norvell of ft. First street, and Lorelei Lehwalder of Shell Terrace will leave Sunday to resume their studies at Knox College in Gale»burg. For Personal In all your Insurance Problem* Call or visit the HANFELDER INSURANCE AGENCY Across from New Village Hall ~ : 104 W. Main St. E. 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