Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 3
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April 6, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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THURSDAY, APRIL ft, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Upper Alton News Events Upper Alton GAAC Council ContinuesParkingLotStudy Upptr Alton Council of flit GAAC met Wednesday night at the DeLuxc Caf«. Heading the discussion was the continued use of the church parking lot. The committee reported that methods of retaining the use of the College Avenue Presbyter- Ian Church lot for shopper parking were being explored. Merman Wllkenlnf, parade chairman, reported briefly on plans for the Memorial Day par. art?. It wat announced that candy remaining from the Easter pro* motion will be delivered to the CalhoHc Children's Home! Mrs. William Petersen, a candidate for the Alton school board, spoke In opposition to federal aid to schools. A letter was read showing that steps have been taken to erect a city Identification sign at the E. Broadway exit, of the Clark bridge. R. W. Brown, chairman of the Upper Alton council, had noted the absence of such a sign and referred it to City Manager Graham Watt who wrote to the •tate division of highways asking permission for the city to HARD •! HEARING? and put it behind your ear •MI" be«rii*«; *id by Andtva* — MfetWefw. *"•** X- OK YOU! FREE TWAl .*. TODAY! Albert Aloe Hearing Aid Co 401 M. Eighth St. Suit* WB At, Loot* 1, Mo. „, Ot dU Alton HO 9*01* audivox *f«ct the iJgn » for the state to do ie. Brown prestded at th* wiwt Ing. Large Dog Attacks Woman and Girl rummage nte, April SID, on Belle street. A large boxer dog reported* ly attacked a woman and • girl at Main and Brown streets, Wednesday; 8 p.m., police re» porieo. Susan. Weber, of 3515 GOIham Ave., told officers the dog jumped at her and tore her stockings. The purse of Mrs Gara Acup, of 1406 George St. was damaged by the animal's attack, police stated. Blossom Missing, Leaves No Scent Blossom Marie is missing. She is a normal look but not an ordinary skunk. Blossom, as friends in show biz know her, was part of the Martha Reinhardt act which has appeared at club and church events frequently. Mrs. Reinhardt, of 1G25 Main St., is a stand up comedienne who worked Blossom into the act as a straight man, or is it straight lady. As long ago as last Saturday, Blossom worked the back of her cage off at the flelnhardt home and has not been seen since—unless she is appearing on a vaudeville circuit some place doing a single. Mrs. Reinhardt noticed Blossom's absence last Tuesday. Skunks sleep a lot in cool weather and daily attention is not only not needed but regarded with ill tem-| per by the skunk. So, the last time Blossom was seen in her cage was Saturday. She may have left any time since then. Blossom is four years old, full grown, has the well known broad white stripe, and anyone in the world can pick her up, including her natural! enemies. She would be easy prey for a dog because her natural equipment has been removed. To get this act together again call Mrs. Reinhardt if a strange skunk has,been hanging about. And do it with haste if the skunk is feeding straight lines and expecting the kicker from a partner. That would be Blossom.—E.C.B. Altar Society Plans Rummage Sale Altar Society met Wednesday night at St. Matthew's School Hall where members voted to hold a Memberi are asking era to bring the rummage to the hack of Om church before April 19. The society also dilcussed final plans for the fish fry which will be held April 28 and jointly sponsored by the society, Mothers Club and Men's Club. Plan* were, made for a guest night at die next meeting. Each member will be urged to bring a guest. A 90>cent gift exchange will be a feature of the program. The Moiety and Mothers Club will seftd cookies to personnel at Scott Air Force Base on May 10, It waa announced. Membership award went to Mrs. August Bonafede. Attendance award was presented to Mr.s Al Galllgos. Forty-five women at tended. Hostesses were: Mrs. Joseph Cordaro, Mrs. Jack Sebold, Mrs. James McDonald, Mrs. Silvls Finn, and Mrs. Katherine Zvanut. Coffee Hour Held Among Neighbors A coffee hour was held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Henry Stutz, 2627 Watalee Avo., to mark the departure ot two Front the block, the arrival ot a TSW one, and a wedding anrtver- wry. Assisting the hostess was Mrs. Ida Nickel!, Mrs. Will Thompson and Mrs. Marvin Lohblg. Twelve block neighbors attended. Mrs. Stutz turned out to bt> one of the guests of honor herself as she and her husband were observing their seventh wedding anniversary, Wednesday. Others honored were: Mrs. John Keith, 2624 Watalee, whose husband is being transferred In June to North Carolina; Mrs. Edwin Hoppert, 2623 Watalee, who with her husband, Is moving to Kansas City today. The new neighbors are Mr. and Mrs, Bldwell Slater who are mov ing Into the Hoppert home. Mrs. Slater was present. Presbyterian Women Hear Book Review Mm. Prank Eversull, of Belleville, reviewed the James Michener book, "Hawaii" at a meet. Ing of the United Presbyterian Women's Organization at the College Avenue Presbyterian Church, Wednesday afternoon. A pot luck luncheon preceded the appearance of Mrs. Eversull. "Hawaii' 'is again on the best seller list, making another appearance after it was a top seller when Hawaii became a state. The author traces the history] of the new state from prehistoric tlmea. Mrs. Walter Fiessel gave the devotions. Members of the Mary Circle were hostesses. It w§i announced that the Spring Presbyterial wilt be held on April 28. The day time meet- nig will be In Edwardsvxille, starting at 9:30 a.m. and the evening meeting at 6:30 in Collinsville. Reservations are requested by April 22 with Mrs. Carl Krancher. Mrs. William Bryan will be In charge o f the program at the May meeting. Reports Theft of Gun From Mouse Elmer Groshan, 2833 Humb- ert 8t., reported the theft of an automatic 25 caliber pistol from his home, Wednesday, police reported. The house was entered through a coal chute. A furnace room door was forced to gain entry to the upstairs, police said. The only article missing was the automatic, police said. Orosrmn said that two other guns in the house were not disturbed. Molly Pitcher, the heroine of the American Revolution, Is buried in Carlisle, Pa. VOTE FOR ALFRED F. MEYER Candidate for Member of BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 7 Resident of district over M years. Taught ichool for three years In Moro Township. ELECTION SATURDAY, APRIL I, Wl Your Vote and Support Appreciated. CARSON JEWELERS CHARGE ACCOUNT MORE DIAMOND BEAUTY! MORE DIAMOND QUALITY! 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