Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 8, 1961 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, April 8, 1961
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SATURDAY, APRIL S, 1961 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH A GIFT FOR SCHOOL Officers of the Student Council at North Junior High School present television set to the school. Loyd Norman, man, at left, principal, receives gift. Others, left, are: Dave Webb, secretary; Don Bach man, treasurer; Gaye Lead- Icker, vice president; and Gayle Schneider, president. Greenfield Church Rites Announced North Junior Council Gives TV to School GODFREY - Student Council Week will be observed starting Monday at North Junior High School. To mark the occasion, officers of the Student Council have presented a television set for use in the classrooms. Loyd Carson.jand Food Can Be Dangerous." Church~at a night service, principal, received the gift in the|A carry in dinner was enjoyed Marquette Unit Hears Home Adviser GRAFTON—The Marquette Home Bureau Unit met at the Rosedale Educational building Thursday morning with 28 members answering roll call. GREENFIELD - The Rev. Robert Hardwood will open a series of sermons from the book of James at worship services Sun Mrs. K. Neumann, home ad- day at Greenfield and Rock- visor, presented the lesson on j bridge Methodist Churches in the "Planning Your Meals Ahead"!morning and at Rubicon Methodist name of the school. at noon followed by the busi- Funds for the set were raised j ness session. by the council through sale of I An invitation was read from candy, pop corn and ice cream after school, selling of school supplies and giving dances. The council at North Junior was organized six years ago. Major aim of the group is to encourage students to accept and carry out their responsibliities to themselves and their school. The council members are active in school events. For the first time it will sponsor the Academic Dinner which will be held at North Junior on April 27 to recognize students who have made the honor roll. Five members of the council will attend the second annual convention of the Illinois Assn. of Junior High Student Councils at Illinois State Normal University, April 14-15. They are: Gaye Leadicker, vice president of the North Junior council and secretary of the state president; Dave Webb, secretary; The official board of the Greenfield Church will meet at 7:30 p. m. Monday in preparation for the fourth quarterly conference May the Grafton Woman's Club to 112. All reports of the departments be their guests at the April 171 should be prsented to the official meeting. Members were asked to donate blood to the blood bank at Jerseyville April 14-15. board preceding the last quarterly conference of the church year. Mrs. H. Edwards. An auction followed, the proceeds were $30.70. Entertain Club GRAFTON — Mrs. Vincent Carey entertained members of her club at her home Wednesday evening. Two tables were occupied at pinochle. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Don Wallace, a guest of the club, Mrs. The Rev. Raleigh Gordon will Games were played, prizes <?"*"* w ° reh jP f 1 ™* 8 * JJ 1 * were awarded to Mrs. Everett i BaptlSt 9™ rc Sm * dyt . f ™™ _ . .. _ _ , , a.m. ana < Baptist loutn snyders, Mrs. C. Egelton and Fellowship g ^ ps ^ meet at 6 p.. The monthly business meeting of the church will take place at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Class Meeting GREENFIELD — Mrs. Harold Lahr, Mrs. George Hebner, and Mrs. Troy Woods, will be hostesses at a meeting of the Philathea class of the Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the social rooms of the annex. Mrs. W. Hempel and Mrs, Warren I Kenneth Woodkirk will be pro- :A1)en (gram narrator. Elect Officers Grafton Notes GRAFTON — Mrs. Marie Hospital Notes GREENFIELD — Mrs. Lynn iKinser was elected president of only eighth graders. Zd ",£ Schpu " le " Thursday for her ! he afternoon group of the Baptist ' ' home in Dubu " ue « Iowa ' follow - Missionary &de» at a meet- Shiftman WSCS To Meet SHIPMAN - The Shipman Woman's Society of Christian Serv- i ing several weeks visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burns. Mrs. W. Q. Smith attended Missionary Society ing Thursday in the home of Mrs. Harold Lahr. . Mrs. Floyd Chapman was elected vice president and Mrs. L. E. la farewell party Thursday eve-|Middleton, secretary-treasurer. ning for Mr. and Mrs. C. Hagen who are moving from Dow Mrs. Harold Lahr is vice president and chairman of missions; ice will meet Wednesday at l:30Jto Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Homer i Mrs - T - E - VanBebber, love gift p.m. at the H. R. French home.JMcDow of Grafton have soldi oflerin s: Mrs. Howard Cannedy, Members are to bring their lneir residence to Mr and Mrs I literature; Mrs. Willard Pembrook " " L Nob j e and have purchased ! special interest missionaries; Mrs. ' Edwin Hebner, White Cross; Mrs. 'World Bank Offering. The lesson on "The Woman's Mrs. Ellen Lynch and Mrs. Wlbur Weiner. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Carl Williams and Miss Esther Seigerist. the Hagen property In Dow and will move there Monday. First U.S. coin containing nick- pi was a small one-cent piece issued in 1857. FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SUBJECT: "Christian Science Reveals the Doer To Life More Abundant" LECTURER: Sylvia N. Poling, C.S.B. of Phoenix, Arizona Member of th* Board of Lee- turethip of the Mother Church, The Fir$t Church of Chritt, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. PLACE: Arthur T. Morty Field House Principia College, Elsah, Illinois TIME: MONDAY, APRIL 10, at 1:00 p.m. ALL ARE WELCOME Grace Frzier, social relations; Mrs. Paul Kinser, Christian training; Mrs. Lucie Meng, family life; Mrs. Allen Cole, leadership training; Mrs. Lee Witt, spiritual life; and Mrs. Chapman, publicity. Plans were made for a group of members to attend the annual "spring rally" of the West Central Baptist Association in Ashland Tuesday. Conclude Classes GREENFIELD — Members of the adult classes in homemaking, under the directipn of Mrs. Goldie Tranbarger, met for a potluek supper and the final meeting of the current series in the Home Economics department of the high school Thursday night. Various projects of the class in upholstering, pillow making, hat creations, general sewing, wood fiber flowers, and seed and shell pictures, were on display. Tentative plans are being made to resume the adult classes in the fall. ALTON MIMOIUAI MfSDtCAL Mrs. Ruth Sehaefw, 2407 Brown John Kelly, 3308 Humbert Karen Walker, 2003 Ridge Arthur Garland, Bethalto Jnck Ferguson, Godfrey Robert Freeman, Grafton Mrs. Lena Gibson, 2811 Residence Paul Osborne, 705 Fail-view fltrttOICAL Thomas Tltchenal, Bethalto Mrs. Marian Klrksey, Cottage Hills Oall Luken, Godfrey F, Victor Freyer, 418 W. 4fh Mrs. Norm a Johnson, 3514 Pleasant Mrs. Margaret Kline, 266 Dooley Mrs. Johanna Brldgeman, 232-1 Birch DISMISSALS Mark Hatfleld, West Alton, Mo. Lee Dodd, Alton Earl Little, Cottage Hills Edwin Manns, 3001 Edwards Steven Wyrick, East Alton Hubert Eyers, Brighton Mrs. Eileen Turpin, Carrollton Mrs. Thelma Collins, Jerseyville Mrs. Norma Dickmann, 115 E. 6th Mrs. Patricia Dublo, Alton Maurice Wadsworth, 3327 Brown Mrs. Nettie Fischer, Great Falls, Mont. W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Dena Ellen McVey, 318 13th Mrs. Louise H. Tuetken, Bethalto Mrs. June L. Huff, Rt. 4, Godfrey Mrs. Marian H. Logrbrinck, 660 Lincoln, East Alton SURGICAL Archie F. Lockhart, Mattoon Warren M. Hillman, Hartford DISMISSALS Mrs. Maudelene R. Propst, 412 W. 4th Joe Doollng, 558 Prospect Mrs. Betty J. Lindsey, 432 Bender, East Alton Irven E. May, Rt. 1, Hillview Linda Louise Zumwalt, 283 S. 9th Steven Craig Stalhut, 644 Halloran Claude W. Riley, 776 Birch, East Alton Mrs. Ruby Treat, 636 Monroe, East Alton Mrs. Marian E. Hoechst, South Roxana ST. JOSEPH'S MEDICAL Mrs. Lou Forrest, 1046 Tremont Jeffrey Elder, West Alton Mrs. Kathryn Grossheim, Fairmont Addition Mrs. Mallie Paine, 1225 Clawson Mrs. Vernelle M. Lott, 87 Sullivan Paul L. Cristwell, 203 W. 9th Francis X. Hermann, 201 E. 8th Mrs. Minnie Work, 507 State Jack Dipiazzo, 214 Dorris SURGICAL Harold B. Luly, Godfrey Miss Magdeline Hawkins, 909 Gold Norman D. Snyders, Hardin Miss Allynne E. Terrell, 23 W. Beach, Wood River Glen S. Dale, Rt. 1, Poag Rd., Edwardsville DISMISSALS Miss Patricia L. Bensman, 4128 Alby Miss Sheila J. Whitten, 120 E. Elm Mrs. Mary J. Grain, Godfrey Mrs. Mary Cronin, 1330 State Mrs. Marian E. Book, 217 Tomlinson, East Alton Miss Candace E. Grace, 727 Humboldt Miss Jerri Ann Grace, 727 Humboldt F. William Hack, 1103 Langdon Lewis W. Henning Jr., 21 Holly Hill Cletus A. Hundsderfer, Highland Mrs. Velma L. Langley, Rt. 2, Greenfield Mrs. Ruth B. Maher, Rt. 1, Godfrey Miss Melynda Martin, 809 E. 6th Miss Eileen B. Palen, Godfrey Mrs. Belle R. Pickering, 315 E. 4th Mark P. Schwartzkopf, Rt. 1, Alton Kenneth Scoggins, 807 College Steve T. Stanton, 144 S. 9th St., Wood River Lester M. Steiner, 3706 Aberdeen Mrs. Phyllis A. Waters, 1123 Logan William L. Williams, Godfrey WMU Meeting SHIPMAN - The Piasa WMU met Thursday at the Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. The lesson, "His Herald Will Proclaim," was led by Miss Hazel Perrine. The hostesses, Mrs. Winifred SPECIAL MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY -AT- ALTON SS Worth of Dry CUaning - AT ALTON 4ft II Stoto Stt. NO MM* STOIAtf POI WINTII WOOUNS NOWAVAIUIU 4ft A State Stt. NO a*4il ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Walter T. Daily, 4905 Penning Clarence Calhoun, 268 Madison Elmer Ash, 1037 College Steven Rosach, 2334 State Fred Thiele, 68 E. Elm Pamela, Julen, Rt. 1, Bethalto Mrs. Sarah Davey, 1919 Liberty Carl Steiner, 1129 E. 7th Mrs. Gloria Rister, 1919 Burling Thomas Retzer, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Miss Patricia Green. 208 Alien Mrs. Delores Celiz, 319 McClure Mrs. Ruth Eddy, Godfrey Mrs. Zenobia Webb, 1005 Belle Mrs. Opal Green, 1728 Market JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Freeman Burger, Jerseyville Mrs. Richard Shute, Fieldnn Mrs. Edward Tishis. Jerseyville Charles Elmer Holder, Jerseyville Airs. Gerald Gray. Jerseyville William Parke. Fieldon Woodrow Robertson. Jerseyville Wayne Fundel, Jerseyville Donna Hudson. Jackson, N.C. DISMISSALS Mrs. Charles J. Russell, Jerseyville Mrs. Truman Grizzla, Kans Mfs. Frederlcft Slmnli, Jefwy ville William Nelson Sr., Hamburg Mrs. Oscar Crane, Carrollton Chesterfield PTA to Meet Thursday CHESTERFIELD —The April meeting of the Chester field Parent Teacher Association will be held Thursday, April 13, «t 7:45 p.m. Mrs. Rol Skeen of Carlln. vllle, president of the Macoupln County Association for Retarted Children, will be the speaker. Entertainment will include a lap revue by Helen and Mary Struble. Parents are asked to bring sandwiches for the social hour to follow the program. Aid Group Meets CHESTERFIELD—Ten members attended the regular work meeting of the United Ladles Aid Thursday afternoon. Hostesses for the regular monthly business meeting April 20 will be Mrs. Perle Nlvon, Mrs. Lewis Banks, Mrs. J. R. Pursel and Mrs. Howard Leach. New officers for the coming year will be elected. California Visitors At Meclora Home MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Overby had a surprise visit Thursday night from her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Arnold, and sons. Michael and Mark, from Los Angeles, Calif. They are en route to Cocoa Beach, Fla., her brother having received a promotion and transfer from the Ampex Company. He will be employed at the missile base at Cape Canveral, Fla., for the next two years. They will leave for their new location next Thursday after visiting other relatives in Springfield and Greenfield. A family dinner is planned for Sunday at the home of his father, Ralph Arnold. Attend Dinner MEDORA — Herschel Fritz, the Rev. A. Applequist, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Short, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bowker and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Fricker of the Bethel Baptist church attended a combined dinner and meeting of the Christian Education Board and Baptist Jubilee Advance of West Central Association Thursday evening in Jerseyville. Barn Burns on Farm In Medora Area MEDORA— A large barn on the Joseph Mutzbauer farm.' east of Medora, burned to the ground Thursday evening. Mr. Mutzbauer, who is a rural mail| carrier out of the Medora post- office, was at the farm with his two sons, working not far from the barn, when the fire broke out. The stock that was in the barn escaped, but in the barn were large amounts of hay and straw and some farm implements, all of which burned. Medora Notes MEDORA—Lloyd Bowker re-j turned home Thursday evening from Veterans Hospital at St. Louis. Mrs. Eva Kell, who has been with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Janice, at Park Ridge, III., sin<;e January, returned home Thursday. Mrs. Fred Bruns and daughter, Mrs. Russell Reno, visited in Waynesville, Mo., with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ray Winger. Winger is stationed at HAPPY BIRTHDAY, TRI-CITY Roy Shlllato, secretary of grocery Wayne Wire of Highland, Mary Ann firm, niices huge cake, made by bakery Lynbarger, Carol Clutts, Paul Utley, superintendent Don Hughes, marking and (at right) Bonnie Ford and Hubert 4*th anniversary. From left are Hennrich of Granite City. Lahr and Mrs. Allen Hanold, serv ed refreshments to members of the WMU and Sunbeams Girls. Mrs. Cleo Zinn and Mm. Allen Hanold were in charge of the Sunbeams who were meeting at the same time. J with to expre«* my tin- c»r0 thanks Ie all who supported ana! »e-oJt«fed me as Godfrey Towatbip Tax Co/lector. NIVA I- IFMMiBMAM Greene AAUW To Meet Monday CARROLLTON — Mrs. Ray Abell of Carrollton will have charge of the program Monday evening at a meeting of the AAUW in White Hall at the home of Miss Winnafred Shepard. The program will consist of a demonstration from I he II- ™ent of Jc"lp as city chairman linois Braille and Sight Saving for the local fund-raising effort To H«?acl Area Fund Drive for Notre Dame John L. Jehlr, Fairmount Addn., has been named to lead the participation of the Alton area in a nationwide, $18,000,000 Univerity of Notre Dame development program. The Rev. Theodore M. Hes- burgh, C.S.C., Notre Dame president, today announced the appoint Sch'ool in Jacksonville. Miss The spcrial gifts phase o( the Shepard will be assisted in en- jProgram already is under way, lertnining by Mrs. Albert Smith, Mrs. James Esarey, Miss Mae Nichols. Mrs. John McQuillan Kittel, all of and Mrs. Peter White Hall. Youth Congress and the personal solicitation of all Notre Dame alumni in the Alton area will begin in the fall. "A challenging feature of the fund drive is the Ford Foundation's commitment to award Notre Dame one dollar for every two CARROLLTON — A group of | dollars which it receives from its young people from First Baptist Church went to Murphysboro Friday to remain through Saturday attending a meeting of the Baptist Junior Hi Youth Congress. In thr group were Bob Roads, Larry Vetter, Kenneth Butler, Eric- Cunningham, Jane Cunningham. Sharon MeCurley, Cyrena McCurley, Kay Hildebrant, Mary Thelma Voiles and Rivhard Greaves. The young people were accompanied by Robert Price, Mrs. Charles Bishop. Miss Mignon Bis hop and Miss Marsha Journey. Narcotics Film CARROLLTON — Representatives of the Illinois State Narcotics Bureau will speak and show a color fHm at the dinner meeting of all Men's Feooowships of the Protestant churches of the city Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the dining room of First Baptist Church, wit hthe Baptist Men's Fellowship as hosts. Loren Dodson is the president of the Baptist Men's Fellowship as hosts. Loren Dodson is the president of alumni, friends, corporations and other non-governmental sources between now and June 30, 19G3," the announcement said. Royal Neighbors Meet al Graf Ion GRAFTON Camp Royal - Golden Neighbors Tri-City Firm Marks 47th Anniversary Tri City Grocery Co., which erates five stores in Alton.area is marking the 47th anniversarj of its founding. Tri City is th largest locally-owned and operat ed group of stores in the Alton St. Lous area. The comany was founded by th late Charles W. Pershall of Gran ite City. Later, his sons enterec the firm. The chairman of th board is Sam Pershall, a son o Charles; and the president is Sam Pershall's son, Sam Jr. The company owns and operate 22 stores, most of them in 111 nois. Next month, the 23rd super market will be opened in Warso Woods, on Manchester road, S Louis County. Christian Science Lecture at Elsah ELSAH — How spiritual wakening brings freedom wi R o d j be the topic of a free publ met Tuesday evening and set the date of Oct. 24 for the Jersey County Royal Neighbors Con- venlion to be held at Grafton. Slate Supervisor Mrs. Estn"er Stanley and Mae Nelson of Jerseyville were guests. A social hour was enjoyed with prizes Esther Stanley. Mrs. L. Skeens and Mrs. Katherine DeSherlia. Refreshments were served by Mrs. H. Thomas, Mrs. Edith Plummer and Miss Rose Wardein. First chewing gum patent was the Baptist Men's Fellowship and' issued t° W- F. Semple, Mount will preside. Moro Club Women Plan Party April 22 MORO — A committee to arrange for a "Husband's Night" party for the Moro Woman's Community Club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Em- mptt Green. The party will be held Saturday evening. April 22, at 6:30 in the| East Alton Savings & Loan Re-| creation Room. A potluek supper will be served. A program has been planned by the committee comprised of Mrs. Samuel J. Dorsey. Mrs. Herman Helmkamp and Mrs. E m m e 11 Green. Moro Notes MORO — Mrs. Paul Helmkamp suffered painful cuts to her finger Thursday when a alass she was drying broke in her hand. She was taken to a physician where several stitches were required to close the wound. Mrs. William Bishop returned j to her home in Dubuque, Iowa, Friday after spending the past week at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Hoxsie. Mrs. Bishop is Mrs. Hoxsie's mother, j Ft. Leonard Wood. Vernon, Ohio, in 1869. lecture to be given in Elsah a 8 p.m. by Sylvia N. Poling o Phoenix, Ariz. A Christian Science teache and practitioner, Miss Poling on extended tour as a membe af The Christian Scienc Board of Lectureship. She wi speak in Arthur T. Morey Fiel House at the Prlncipia Colleg under the auspices of Firs Church of Christ, Scientist, E sah. Her subject will be "Chirs ian Science Reveals the Door to Life More Abundant." ChurchSchedtde Is Announced For Bethalto BETHALTO — The RtV, L*» -opeland, pastor of the Meth* odist Church, has ehoMnt the ubject, "The Risen U>rd peaks," a« sermon topic for ie service Sunday at 10:35 a.m. church-wide potluek will be eld at 7:30 p.m. Masses will be at 8:30, S:30 nd 11:15 a.m. Sunday at Our Lady Queen of Peace Chut eh, It as announced by the pastor, ftie Rev. Thomas Manning, "Do You Love Me" is the top- c of the Rev. Erwln J. Kolb t worship Sunday at 10:15 a.m. at Zlon Lutheran Church. At 7 p.m. the Rev. Kolb will deliver >ia farewell sermon and will cave next week to take up the pastorate of the Trinity Lutheran Church at Centralla. The Rev. Alex Ferguson of Alton will speak at 10:45 a.m. Sunday at the Assembly of God Church. He will also conduct evening services at 7:30. The mid-week Bible study on Wednesday will be conducted by Margaret Carter at 7:30 p.m. William Price of First Christian Church will deliver a message titled, "The Loyal Person," Sunday at 9:15 a.m. at the Masonic Temple in Bethalto. In the vening Price will speak on the topic. "The Greatest Question Asked a Disciple" at 7 p.m. The Mid-Week study session is set for Wednesday at 7 p.m. "How Free" is the sermon of the Rev. Wayne Hoxsie Sunday at 9:30 a.m. at the Presbyterian Church. The youth fellowship will meet at 7:30 p.m. and the Junior Fellowship on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. The Rev. William Robertson, retired, of Alton will conduct services at the Baptist Church Sunday in the absence of the pastor, the Rev. Frank Marshall. Morning worship is set for 10:40 and evening services at 7:30. LONDON—Rail enthusiasts are working for the reopening of the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway in Wales. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" HARDY PERENNIALS! 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