Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 7, 1961 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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JUIDAY. APRIL 7,1901 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Goal of $1,900 Set for Cancer Drive in Jersey -JERSEYVILLE _ A Wckoff man; Mrs. Paul Fleming, puh- Hospital Notes noting for officers and workers'IWfy chnlrman, and Al J. Schlep in thp annual drive in Jeraey.er, cnisndp chairman. County of the Im-al branch of thm! Thp three word Imperative American Cancer Society will be! "Guard Your Family" Is to be held the evening of April 17 at) the theme of the 1961 crusade, the cafpleria of the East Ele-|nnd it will be combined with the mentary School. illf r sn vln g phrasr, "Fight Can- Jersey County has been assign-jfer with a checkup and a'cheek." *d a goal of $1,900 according toj Al J. .Schlpppr, local business man who Is again serving as crusade chairman for Ihc Jersey County Chaplpr of the national organisation. Officers of the executive board of Ihp local chapter are: Gus Roth, chairman; Dr. \V. Clark Doak. vlre-chairman; Mrs. William K, Wicland, socrotnry; Russell Warner, treasurer; Mrs. JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Fred Isrtnghauseti Jr., Jerseyvllle. Mrs. Rodney Delp, Jcr«eyvllle. Gregory Harding, Jerseyvllle. I William Barnes, Elsah. Miss Janet Lnndon, Jerseyvllle. Kenneth Marshall, .Terseyviliei Gerald Dunham, Jerseyvllle. John 6 Outstanding Projects Chosen At Bunker Hill Richard Mrs. Carl Holwerda, Jerseyvllle ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL i Chat IPS J. Horn Sr,, 2429 Tib- hilt. John B. Molcalf, 1465 Williams, Wood River ! Chat IPS Slrader, 1252 Slate Dpnnis D. Gill. 3227 Wlck-Mor Bell* Charles Oregham, 628 Washing* ton t. J. Jones, 19 Indiana Miss Karen A. Klser, 1408 Central Miss Mildred Lane, Elsah Mrs. Barbara Luketlch, 2425 Maxey Lee Schumacher, Edwardsvllle Charles E. Smith, Bethalto Mrs. Vallle Starkey, 12H E. Elm Mrs. Gladys Weed, Oraftoti Miss Joann E. Williams, 71 Sullivan Darrtel A. Wunderlfch, Rt. 1, West Alton, Mo. North Alton News Four Vying for Seats On District 15 Board WOOD RIVER - Candidates competing for the two posts in the District 15 Board of Education election Saturday are: Byron Klllam, 877 E. Lorena Ave., «n<l C. L. Tucker, 436 N. Sixth St... Wood River, Incumbents. 130 and and Boger. Oldenberg road. Hartford. Polls will be open from noon to 7 p.m. at the Lewis and Clark School, Wood River, and the Woodrow Wilson School, Hertford. of Asso Thr have a Rev, Kolb to Preach Farewell Sermon BETHALTO — The Rev. Erwln J. Kolb, who has resigned as pflB- tor of the Zlon Lutheran Church to accept the pastorate of Trinity Lutheran Church. Centralia, will deliver a farewell sermon Sunday at 7 p.m. A reception for the Rev. Kolb and family will follow In the church social rooms. The Rev. Kolb and his family arp exported to leave next week BUNKER IHl I - Six proiPcts „-». A ^ } f .iwerp nidged "Oiitslandine at P p \Vls A. Munsterman, chairman of puh.. tnn anrnl;i | science Fair at (he ' DISMISSALS lie relations; Mi's. John G.jhinh school Wednesday ovcniim. Ml °- Calhorine. Monke, 2204 Flautt, service chairmnn; Mrs., S evpn»v projects were nn dis- Rwl « Prs Dfcl.EOATES TO STATE VAMKD ^ alter-; Church Rites Announced At Carrollton CARROLLTON—"The Alnrm- I nates to the state convention of the Military Order of Kady Bugs to Muriel Crane, projects - ,. service co-chair- : p | ay Thursday in the school gym. Kennedy, 3863 CORRECTION Country Club ICE CREAM '/j Gol. Carton 69' The were: "Outstanding" l Brkeley" project 1 ! Wilforcl Reard. Godfrey "Klrctrons at Work." a Mrs - Dorothy Orban, 302 Mo» " Hire working demonstrator of an eler- ., . , . >n<an Dunning. Roxana Iron microscope made from an old television set, hy Herald Ren ken and I.arrv Moulton: "Covei sermon to be given by the Rev. rinuzMter in her freshman year at' the Wood River Mitzh School and! a son in the second grade at the; Wnshinatnn School. i Tur-krt is a cantHdale for a| fourth term He i* owner of Tuek- p\ 's Shell Service at Sixth and I.oren;i and Is president of thp] Belt Park Commission. The Tuck i ers ha\'p a married flmisjhfer. i MrAclmv is married and has- four sons. He is employed as in ; engineer at Shell Oil Co. for Centralla. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally Telegraph Want Ads "CLKST* , . .. Boger is- a pipefitter for Gran-be hcltfin Jollet. June 24 and 25,.' 1osp ' lh W< *' tnrld K e at thp He City Steel and is also a cattle 1 wpre nampd Thursday evening at j Christian Church Sunday morn.. ff)mu , r _ Thp Bos , ers havp hV(1 meeting of the local club. Thpy' in K- sons and a daughter, who attend are respectively. Mrs. Nora Pfaff,: The Rev. Albert Schroeder of Woodrow Wilson School. Hartford. Mrs, Halllp Frey and Mrs. Cecelia . .TerseyvHIe will speak at the Lowe: Mrs. Nadine Dannehrink.! communion and worship service DEW jo* HOME IMPROVEMENTS Home WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Walter j Mrs. Joseph Borders and Mrs. O f Redeemer Lutheran church strohheck and Mrs. Luther Dake ;Lawrence McKeiuie. Mrs. Martha Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The con- presented Meyers, president, will also at-; fj rm aiion class will meet Satur- lend. MFDICAI 'Lawrence McKeiuie. Mrs. Martha Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The con- presented the lesson. "What's vour yard with cellophane." an Richard Let/ Berry, Cottage Moyrrs ' P rps ' rtf>nt . will also at-: n,. mat |on class will meet. Satur- happening: in household applian- e.xperiinent growinc «rass. hy Hills " ' p nd- day al 2p.m. ces" at the Wednesday meeting, Janet Wood: "Tooth Trouble.' 1 ' SURGICAL Mrs Carrie Elledee was ac- The Rev. Percy Clark of the of the Home Bureau Unit al the an experiment testing the effect ^ sf Alton 8 " 11 Monroe, c . p p tpf ) as a new . mem h Pr during Presbyterian church will use as Rosewood Heights home of Mrs. of various liquids on teeth, hy^p^n Voyles. Rt. 1, Moro ; the meeting which followed a cov-i his sermon topic. "What. Are Melvin Schicn. Sandra Gtispcrson; "Telephones. Shelia Voyles', Rt. i'. Moro ered dish supper. you Doing More Than Others?" The - v llsed P'^ures to illustrate Yesterday and Today." an e.v Roy Martin 329 Elbe Out of town guests were Mr. and at the 10:45 a.m. service at the their remarks on the newest tea- hibit of various telephones, by ^ £ *al^ on toves , ntngf , nton . Sharon Randolph and Linda Gas- ' " K as, Alton ' * *' M. Steel. Mrs. Nancy Barney. ! C lub will meet Monday at 6:30^^^™' retcM - . pv . . „. person: "Sonic Shake Table." Hm-mM i.*»],(„** T^ rut ».«.»•*«..„ t-.—.u., D;«U«_J. n«— ' — __„,„ __,_ ...••, __ Mrs. Dora McGaughey led dis- YOU CAN 00 IT NOW WITH sound and vibrations, and Hart-old Lankford Jr., Cottage Mrs. Dorothy Richardson. by Robert an expert- Mrs. Nora .1. Krankel, ;ment dealing with taste and her-'? lcven Stalhut. 6 tL H , ( l! 11oran ' ji, v. it i •>., Lynn Abernathy, 449 Ml ton ;edity. by Mary Lou Myers. DISMISSALS The students will enter their Leonard Presson, East Alton 'projects in the district fair at ^' ry - Elizabeth A. Nolle, Bethalto rney.jciub will meet Monday at 6:30 Mrs. i p.m. The senior choir will re- Rlta' hearse Wednesday at 7 p.m. and I the junior choir Thursday at 5 SPEAKER AND OPEN HOUSE AT PTA MEETING on the topic, "What your Jacksonville on April 15. William Byram, East Alton "The Household of God" be the sermon theme of Raymond Ready, member of the, Rev _ Robert Pitsch for administrative staff of Alton ton TI Kta"y Stock «• MW «t thit le% low price...2 f«r $5 (or $3.79 e<uh) These fine Bedford eordt are Continental styled through and through... from extended waistband to adjustable button side tab* and slim line*. Black. Charcoal. Campus Green. 6u<*> 6 to 20. HOwvtf 5'" 1 * OfM MM. «4 PH. TW ' BOND% 117 W. Third St Bonny Gene Carroll, Rt. 1, Al-jBoard of Education will speak at! i meeting of the Irving School Par- |ent-Teacher Association. Tuesday !al 7:30 p.m. Following the busi- , morning service Sunday at It was announced the Godfrey iunit will be host to the District' .villj m eeting in May. ; 'be; Mrs. Mary Gaterman. St. Louis the,was a guest of the meeting. 10 • No Down Payment • Leans re $3,500.00 en Signature Only • Up to 5 Years to Repay • Lowest Rates—Quickest Service HOME a.m. ALTON MEMORIAL MEDICAL Mrs. PJffie Waggoner, Alton Stanley Allen, 1029 Langdon Mrs. Lillian Mathews, 748 Washington SURGICAL Mrs. Bernice Springman, Godfrey Madelyn Franklin, Bethalto Francis Handling, Brighton Johneea Baker, Godfrey Stephanie Waterman, Hartford Dale Bishop, East Alton in the Methodist church. j Qf {he g(ud course ent-Teacher Association. Tuesday! ^ „, __ .,, ^ ,,, . The W.S.C.S. will meet Wednes- ness meeting there will be open) house in all classrooms where parents may see exhibit of work of day at 2 p.m. in the church and the Senior MY.F will meet Wed- their children, and social hour in| nesda y at 7 P- m - The commiss- the gymnasium. ,H MOB GIRLS WILL MEET SATURDAY Junior Girls of VFW Auxiliary, iPost 1308. will meet Saturday at Mrs. Lois Knotnerus, 2713 Wal-! 1:3 ° P-m^at Veterans Memorial ion on education will meet Friday at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Darwin Rolens will j speak at the 9 a.m. service in First. Baptist Church. The Rev. John Finnan will speak at. the 10:30 a.m. service Get this quick relief. Lift* oboe pressure, soothes and cushions the sensitive (pot. Ask for the Bunion size. D-Scholls Zino pads •roadway at Piasa rAN ASSOCIATION 'TIME AND TEMPERATURE" Corner HO 5-7781 Center. The leader. Mrs. Earl in the Baptist Church in Eldred. : Hamilton Jr. asks that all dues be The BYF will meet at 6 p.m. nut Mark Tryon, Bethalto CrEd^ S Dl?kma e nn aU B 0 righton " akl by that timC ' *"* ^ ^ Evangelistic services will con., Mrs. Bess E. Pressey, 1703 Rlrls wpar tnpjr uniforms. There ;tinue each evening next week| Slale '' will he an election of officers. .- |n tne ir a jth Baptist Church. Mrs D r'®g"^^kS -f| lp sieujirdsliip committee of : The pastor the Rev. Francis Mrs! Josephine rg Krp8ii! rS Wood Elm SlrPPt Pl ' rsb . vtprian Church'Varble, will speak at the 10:30 River ' 'will meet Monday eveninp. a .m. service Sunday. The train- Orange Wise Greenfield ; other meetinRs scheduled for in K union will be at 6:30 p.m. Mrs:^y« a Ga?Mr^r X B l u a nker !|h '' WTOkof April 10. are Tuesday, and the evangelist. The Rev. Hill ' ' iV:30 p.m., United Presbyterian j Mart in, will speak at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Mae, Rhine. Bethalto iMcn: Wednesday 10:30 a.m..! The Rev. Elmer Graff! will M iand' Uar8ery Sc0tt ' 2104 Hol "jCleaners business meeting; l'J-|spf» a k al the 10:30 a.m. service Oscar Warner. Medora i ( ' f ' nt xvhitp elp P nynl exchange, j Sunday in Mt. Gilead Baptist Mrs. Dorothy Breitweiser, East i hostess Mrs - Harold Crowson and| C)1urc . h and again at 7 : 3Q p.m. Mrs. Elixabeth Burqtan. 2 p.m..! The Rev. Grafft. will speak at cancer dressing making group: j lnp 9 ani sen -lce Sundav at ,, R ' Chardson - 2229 PLASTIC UTILITY PAIL 10»/ 2 Qts. W M $1.00 Now 80e VARNISH BRUSH 100% Pur» Hog Bristle WM Now inch 39c 29e inch 49c 39e inch 59c 49e Mrs. Martha Sherman. Alton John Courier, Jeresyville Michael Fedrick, 1401 Willard Janice Low-is, 15 Maurice William White, Godfrey Boy Berdan Baptist Church. Pence, 7:150. district committee of Scouts of America. Thursday there will be a I also do duct numbers, creamed chicken and biscuit din-' Pupils appearing on the pro- ner at the church with serving to'Srum. who will all be featured in bei?iii at 5 p.m. Adult donation a rhythm band in addition to their will be Sl.'Ja; children. 75 cents. | piano numbers, arr Christine Dav' id-cm, M;ii-\ Francos Mchl. and Rhonda Talbert of Carrolitoiv. 'Marilyn Adcock, Beth Gibersoiv and Che.ri Griffith of Eldred: Deb- ! bie Bean and Sharon Reno of! 1 Kane and Cathy Campbell and' 'Regina Nestrick of Hardin. Mary; Frances Mehl will also do a vocal j ST. JOSEPH'S MEDICAL Richard Moore, 235'i Kast Alton Mrs. Lula Burnett. 1122 Pearl Mrs. Grace M. Gallowav, 524 Parket Miss Cecelia A. Zirkelbach, Rt. 1, Brighton SURGICAL Mark P. Schwartzkopf, Rt. 1, . Alton i sic pupils in the first of a series of | Mrs.^Betty J. Henkhaus, 916 E.!three recitals Sunday at 2 p.m. at sol °' Public Library Hall. Guest soloists will be Miss Janet Edwards Carrollton Music Recital Sunday CARROLLTON-Mrs. Neil Car- i r ~ '' 10 ° 8 M °' Miss Sharon K. Spooner Godfrey James G. Wilds, 700 Main of JerseyviMe and Lyndell Rochester of White Hall. The two will Washington, East Alton j Mrs. Essie D. Campbell, 1732 ^ i Silver DISMISSALS Mrs. Maggie Allred, 815 Adams Mrs. Emma Brown, 3421 College jOletha Cross, 629 George George Culp, 101 Victory Dr., East Alton iMiss Dtanne Galloway, 1930 't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop, slip or wobble when you talk, eat, laugh or sneeze? Don't be annoyed and embarrassed by such handicaps. FASTEETH, an alkaline (aou-acldi powder to sprinkle on your plate*, keepi falae teeth more firmly set. Gives confident (eel- Ing of security and added comfort. No gummy, gooey, paaty taste or feel- Ing. Qet FASTEETH today at drug counter* everywhere. Watch •Jewelry Repairing Expert Service Fully Guaranteed STONE BROS. TELEPHONE HO 2-7113 Alton, III 118 W. 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