Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 8, 1961 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, April 8, 1961
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ALTON 0A1UKDAV, AHK1L€,1W1 W Beauties Entered in Contest For Title of JC Sponsor Of Pageant On April 15 Tin fW* win participate In the 1981 Miss Alton Pageant iipCTHoftd by the Alton Junior Chamber of Commerce, to be h«W April 15 at We«t Junior High School, at 7:30 p.m. Th« contestants are : Mlas Kay B«ll. Ift, Granite City. R student nofne at Alton Memorial Hr*. pit*!; Miss Sandra Bryden. 20, GOlWifc a clerk at Sears. Roe. buck A Co.; Miss Edith Grubb. 19, 1917 Central Ave., a student nurse at Alton Memorial Hospital; Miss Jill Craigmiles. 19. 1408 Rodgers Ave., a secretary at Owens Illinois Glass Co.: Miss Carolyn Smithee, 18. Godfrey, a nurses aid at Alton Children's Clinic: Miss Judith Williams. 17, 1127 Milton Rd. a student at Alton High School: Miss Sandra Buck. 19, a student at SIU In Alton; and Miss Donna Sarginson. 19. employed in the promotions department of KWK Radio in St. Louis. Four of the contestants — Misses Hall, Smithee, Craigmiles, and William*— will sing: Misses Sarginson and Grubb will twirl batons; Misses Little and Buck will do a comic routine: Miss Ward will dance; and Mis? Bryden will play the piano. The girts have been rehearsing for the past four week? under the direction of Mrs. Willlam Flippo. consultant for the pageant. The girls have been practicing for their talent, swim suit, and formal appearances. Other activities the contestants will participate in as part of the pageant are: a parade today which began at 11 a.m. from in front of Alton High School. The parade went through Upper Alton, Miltun area Upper Alton Shopping Center. Downtown. North Alton, and back to the school; and the girls will attend the District 8 Jaycee board meeting to be held at the Stratford Hotel, April 16, beginning at 2 p.m. Edward N. Palen, owner of Radio Station WOKZ, will be the master of ceremonies for the pageant. Judges for the pageant have been chosen, but announcement of their names will be withheld until late next week. Each of the girls will be sponsored by a business or group. The sponsors and the girls they are sponsoring are: Hornsey Printing, Miss Carolyn Ward, United Steelworkere of America, Local 3643, Miss Edith Grubb; Honke Pharmacy, Miss Kay Hall; Alton Savings tc Loan Association, Miss Judy Williams; John J. Dick Realty Co., Miss Sandy Bryden; Alton Plaza Shopping Center, Miss Jill Craigmiles; Sears, Roebuck & Co., Miss Donna Sarginson; Vogue Women's Apparel, Miss Martha Little; Khvanis Club, Miss Carolyn Smithee; and Paul's Fabrics, Mis* Saridv Buck. MISS KWANIS Caroyln Smithee MISS HONKE PHARMACY Kay Hall MISS STEELWORKER Edith Grubb MISS HORXSEY PRINTING Carolyn Wanfl MISS ALTON SAVINGS Judy Williams MISS DICK REALTY Sandra Bryden MISS PAITL'S FABRICS Sandy Buck MISS VOGUE Martha Little Attempt Made to Extort Money From Jersey Man JERSEYVILLE - Sheriff Howard Perdun and deputies working; I in conjunction with members of the Jerseyville Police Department, were continuing the search Friday evening for a person who attempted to extort a sum of money from a local resident. James Cadle Jr., an official of the Baughman Manufacturing Co. | of this city, signed a complaint against a suspect Wednesday eve- Ining in which he charged that the extortioner had threatened to shoot or kill James Cadle, 111, unless the latter delivered the! county, those in charge of the local program point out. The Blood Donor's program in Jersey County is on probation and there is danger that it will be lost to this community unless 256 pints of blood can be collected on April 14 and 15 when the Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at the First Methodist Church in Jerseyville. Everyone is urged to do their utmost to keep a constant supply of blood on hand for the use of county citizens wherever they may be hospitalized. sum of $230 to him when he went to high school Thursday morning. The extortion demand was made by telephone to the Cadle residence where the call was received by Susan Cadle the sister of James Cadle III. The would- be extortioner gave a name dur- ning had been unable to locate Available for Forestry Camp JERSEYVILLE — Jersey Coun ity boys between the ages of U and 18 who tending the Forestry Camp this year may ob- anyone by that narne^ but a sys- application blanlts ttam tematic check was beuig conduct- , ^ ed regarding calls that may have c Farm fiureau been made from public telephone: ' booths, service stations and other The ^rap is sponsored by the Illinois Technical Forestry Association in conjunction with var- M1SS ALTON PLAZA Jill Craigmiles MISS SEARS Donna Sarginson Jersey Girl is Candidate In Eagles Queen Contest sources. A transient whc> hadbeen in the ^ ^ ^ &^^^Z^«s**-> - d - subject had left town and his ^ the'sensors, i p r e s e n t whereabouts are not «~ ' *~ ^ ecied are known. Plan May Breakfast JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. La- Jersey Church Services Listed JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey-; ville Eagles Lodyp has selected j Miss Frances Roady as its candi-i date for queen in the contest be- • ing sponsored in District 7 May, 21 at the Eagles Lodge in East Si. Louis. Miss Roady i.s the daughter of Mrs. John Sprin^man of this city. She i.s ;i member of the gradual- Past Elect At Jerseyville verne Wock, president of the Al:tar Society of the Holy Ghost i Church, presided at the meeting I of the group Thursday evening in {the parish hall. Plans were discussed for the May Breakfast on May 7. In order to become eligible for selection as a camp attendant the boy must be from 14 t o 18 years of age; must be a farm boy; member of 4-H or Future Farmers of America Chapter; character must be good and interest must be in conserving forests, soil, water and wildlife. The forestry camp is held each year at the Southern Illinois The women will attend mass at 4 . H District ^^ near West 8:30 a.m. and go to the hall where, Frankfort in Franklin county. •breakfast will be served them by, Je ^^ has xnt a jthe men of the parish. TKRstFvvn i F TKO RO, ., , •_ .." • , L- i""~ " * ieight out of the past nine years, MidJaVl ElltotTol~KaS X ' ^ S P n( "™ " f thls ^ JERSEYVILLE - Officers for! P">8™> «• Probation | The camp this year will be memter oT S Ed fi, e a^d Ba ,d T * 7 'X^ the coming year were elected b y : JERSEYVILLE - Jersey! A ug. 6 through Aug 12. IIJtrlllLK:! Ul Hit: E.UJIH f clIlQ DUUQ- tr\ri f*|uvi< thl< *.m*in" fif tnP lPI**iPV ^^ '*-»*_ it i*.*' ^ KM ing Funds Staff of the American cl—v Hi- h Sc-hoo the **« Oracle8 Club of Steel-jCounty people who work out-of- Baptist Home Mission Sodetv i man Camp Royal Neighbors al a I town and give blood to bloodmo- willDeeuersDeakeTrthpTnorn Ticket,, H.-O beina .-.old b> m.-m m( .,. tinK hp)d at the home of | biles in other areas, cannot apply will be guest speaker at the morn- ^ of , hf . Jerfie>vU , e ^^^ Wed- their donations to Jersey County's Temperature Drop When a bat rests, its body tern jperature drops to that of the air ( . aildidate . 5 votes . ^ m , h , dlstrk ,, Other nesday. j Quota, although they can specify around it, unlike other mam- Mrs. |Cj , y , Albert Woolsey was elect-l that '^Tf ^i, T u™ 1 ! «» pri'-idem: Mrs. Dwight Ed-i ited t( Eienld. BelH-vUle, ttoud ward yjt . e esjdent Mrs> Mel . ment. and ColhnsvUle. yjn NVischeart rccording ^^ ~ ' be cred- mals - This drop sharply reduces Jersey County as a repl«r^ ener «' requirements of the crea- the units of ture, blood which; The ing worship service of the First j 0 Baptist Church Sunday. The Junior Fellowship will be in charge = of the program at the evening! SelVice - ! Rne, 6 ™Vr°tne H Pasfor's "cC aro^"^ ° £ "^ loi>a ' ^J 68 tary and Mrs.' Marga^ Madden, i «^ Collected at the bloodmoblle j than 300 steel-making companies p.m. the Ktstor b class at contest Committee are Charles Press ..on^pondent. Ten mem-' visit in J^seyville are applied I with a total capacity of about 148 A. R. Major and bers answere( j m \\ ca n (against the quota assigned to this'million tons annually. After the business session pinochle was played. Prizes were; morning : dike, 3. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ^ U ' d ^.. t ° 1 ^ l ^. Kat t.^ tch ^:J 6:30 p.m., the Junior Fellowalup|\[ as iibum. and Senior High BYF at 6:30 p.m.. p au j Members of the Jerseyville As- Treated lor (ul* sembly Order ol Rainbow for; JERSEYVIUJi - Robert Girls will attend the CARNvAL United States has more By Dick Turner Up- , ™ rs Joe , and , M ™'. Margaret »o»hipaen'fceattheFlntMeth.;en.-e Updike of Jerseyv.lle, fell odist Church in Jerseyville Sun-ion a slab of i-om-rele at his home ! day in observance of their "Obli- Thursday evening and incurred, gatory Sunday." The group will a laceration ol the forehead. He Tne hostesst-» served refresh- meet at the Masonic Hall at 10: 15 j was brought to the Jersey Com- i mellls a '«*lure ol which was a! a.m. and go to the church in a'niunity Hospital where sutures | birthday cake honoring Mrs. Kate body. The evening worship serv-.werp required to close the wound. 'Atchison who marked her anni- ice at the church is at 7:30 p.m. Miss Helen Bloomer of Jersey- versary that day. At the First Presbyterian Church viiie was treated at the Jersey' The group will meet in May al the pastor will preach on "The Community Hospital Thursday the home of Mrs. Mabel Roberts. Characteristics of Christian Lav- evening lot a cut on the right Officers will be installed at this ing' at the morning worship sen'- hand. She rweived the laceration; time. ieo - while washing dishes at her home. ' HUIIII- Krum Nebraska The Rev. CleoZiiui will be speakiThe cut was nutured. JERSEYVILLE — Miss Mabel er at the 7:30 p.m. worship serv-i Keturufc tu Miuiivoola Kwin and Mrs. Stuart Parsell ice at the State Street Baptist JERSEYVILLE — Miss Edna have returned from Nebraska, Church Sunday. The morning Brannon left Thursday tor her where they were guests of the for -j service is at 11 a.m. home in Minneapolis. Minn, af- mer's brother and sister-in i "Trustworthy Witnesses" will tcr being a guoi.1 toi several | a w. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ewin in! be the topic of the discourse to be day s of Mrs. Nolle Null in Jei- Omaha, and ol Mrs. Parsell'sj given by Peier Brinkaian of St. seyville. The two women had S o n and daughter-in-law. Lt. and* Louis, guest speaker at the Hope 'wii mmimales al Northwestern 'Mrs. Richard Parsell ol Lincoln. Lutheran Church at thf worship L'nueisity and taught together in U. Par. sell ,s with the Strategic service al 10:30 a.m, Sunday. Mumt-apolis. Air Command. SV'hile in Omaha,! Returning tv lUiouU Former Kenidenl 111 Miss EwaV* niece, Mrs. Donald JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and JEKSKV'VILLE - -Mrs. Estel-: Heard and Mr. Heard were call- Mrs. Leslie D. Day, ionnei Jer- line Weber, and Mis. Geur^e'ed \ u Minneapolis by the sudden seyville and Alton residents, have Saunders returned Thursday eve 'death of the lalter's mother. sold tlieir citrus ranch in Pnoenu, j niny from Kansas Cily where they Aru.. and are returning lo Illinois) spent eight day* with the letter's t« make their future home. They mother, Mrs. Stanley LeMnfki \uiJ reude at their home in Ma- who u> seriously ill in the Ptovi ann City and plans call for their jdence Hospital in that city. Mrs. return there before (be fu«t of' Lezamki wa& formerly Wm Pau- kitty. 'Lme ttalker of Jerseyville. DUBLIN, Eire - A stiff penalty is now imposed on motorists who park unlit cars at night in such a manner as to create u traffic hazard. Head Telegraph Want Ads Daily White Hall Boy Winner of Greene Spelling Contest CARROLLTON - Randy Moore of White Hall won first in the Greene County spelling contest for seventh and eighth grade pupils Thursday. The other five winners In the order of their placing in the contest were David Ivers, Eldred; John Clough, Carrollton; Linda Cook, Carrollton; Margaret Rawe, St. John's school, Carrollton; Beverly Savage, Hillview. These six will represent Greene county at the six-county spelling bee in Carlinville May 5. Mrs. Thelma Wilkinson, county school superintendent, was announced Thursday and Howard Berline, assistant county superintendent of schools, and R. J. Abell, principal of the Carrollton Elementary School, served as judges. To Graduate CARROLLTON — David B Baumgartner son of Mrs. Elizabeth Baumgartner, 432 Fourth Street, Carrollton, will gradu ate from the 45-week airframe and powerplant mechanics program at Parks College of Aeronautical Technology of St. Louis University on April 12. He is a 1938 graduate of Greenfield Community High School. Baumgartner is married to the former Betty Jean Campbell of Jerseyville. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Miss Roberta Evans of Hardin was admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Thursday as a medical patient. Admitted Thursday for surgery was Mrs. Lois Scott of Greenfield. Admitted Friday were Miss Sue Gross of Medora; Miss Gussle Richards, Kane; Miss Judith, Coates, White Hall. Dismissed Thursday was Miss Linda Lou Reed and Stanley McClelland both of Greenfield. Dismissed Friday was Mrs Mary Long, Hamburg; George Stewart, Carrollton; Miss Sue Gross, Medora and Miss Ro berta Evans, Hardin. Cla*iu»ti to Meet CARROLLTON — Mrs. Gregg Fuller will present "Ruth, a Woman of the Bible" to the Philathea Sunday School class of First Baptist Church Mon day evening at the home of Mrs. James 0. Hamilton, with Mrs. George Daniels and Mrs. Lloyd Me Lane as assisting hostesses, Mrs. Minnie King will be the devotional leader. The Roses of Sharon class of First Baptist Church will also meet Monday evening in the the church, with the hostesses being Mrs. Thayne King, Miss Marian Ashford, Mrs. Amelia Bridewater and Mrs. Charles Tozer. Mrs. Jvan Beebe will be the devotional leader and Mr*. Dorothy Tribble and Mr*. Hollyn Jackson will be recreational leaden. Pacadena's first Rose Bowl game was held Jan. 1, 1916, with Washington State defeating Brown by a score of 14-0. I wish to thonk th« voters of Wood River Township who voted for me and supported me in the election. Paul "Invite" Aden "Seats six, eh? How many does it stand and hold on laps?" WEST JUNIOR ELECTION WINNERS The four finalists in West Junior Kennedy, second from left, is president; High School's student council election Judith Wiebmer, third from left, is vice race were selected Thursday, each to president; Kenneth Kennedy, left, sec- an office according to number of votes retary; Stephen Katz, treasurer—Staff received, with the result that Donna Photo. Greene Cancer Drive Planned CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Daum, Carrollton, who are the 1961 Greene County Cancer Crusade chairmen, have announced area chairmen to assist in raising the quota for the year of $2,138.80. The area chairmen are Charles Sullivan. Carrollton; Mrs. Billy D. McCarthy, Mrs. Jack Neal and Mrs. Harry McCracken White Hall; Mrs. Neil Carter. Walkerville; Mrs. Virgil Bauer and Mrs. George Entrekin, Greenfield: Mrs. John Strain, Roodhouse; Mrs. Robert Best. Eldred: Mrs. Lavern Bell, Kane; Mrs. Finice Doyle. Wrights; Mrs. Margaret Barker. Hillview; Jack Bailard, Patterson. The chairmen will secure helpers to assist in a house-to-housp campaign between April 16 and April 30. Spring Rally CARROLLTON — The sprint; rally of the Women's Baptist Missionary Society of the West Central Baptist Association will be April 1 at the Baptist church in Ashland. The program will open at 10 a.m. with reports from the various departments. A carry in luncheon will be served at noon and speaker will be the Rev. Ralph D. Sanderson, director of South C h i c a g oo Neighborhood House. Attendong from the Carrollton First Baptist Church will be Mrs. Herbert Harr, Mrs. G. K. Hutchens, Mrs. George Daniels and Mrs. Henry Berlin. On Harvester Airlift CARROLLTON — J a m e s Ivers an employe of the Carrollton Farm Supply Co., and Robert Best of the Columbiana Seed Corn Co. will be among Reserved Seat Plan Made for Carrollton Play CARROLLTON — The Senior class of Carrollton Community Unit High School will present a play, "The Death and Life of Larry Benson," at 8 p.m. Friday, April 21, at the school. The first 250 persons who buy tickets will have an opportunity to reserve their seats on a first- come first-served basis. A display of the seating arrangement may be seen at the S. E. Simpson and Co. store fi-om 9 a.m. Saturday. April 8, until 5 p.m. Friday, April 21, and during this two-week period those who buy tickets from students or who have complimentary tickets may reserve any seat still available in the first 10 rows of 25 seats per row. There is no extra charge for reserved seats. Should all the reserved seats not be taken by 5 p.m. Friday, reservations may be made at the door between 7 p.m. and curtain time. CARROLLTON — Mrs. George- Daniels spoke at a meeting of Centerville Woman's Club Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Lawrence 0 s t e r m a n n , with Mrs. Florence Ostermann as assisting hostesses. Mrs. Ivan Beebe also read a paper on "What Trees Mean to You" which was followed by a game concerning trees in which prizes were won by Mrs. Beebe and Mrs, George Daniels. Guests of the club were Mrs. Joe Schnelt. Mrs. Lawrence Stec- ikcl. Mrs. Max Brannan and Mrs. ! Robert Smith. The next meeting will be April L'O with Mrs. George Daniels and ' Mrs. Louis Osterman as hostes- |ses. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Dr. and Mrs. Robert Neil Crow of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. H. Williams of Alton arrived Thursday evening and are guests of their aunt, Mrs. G. B. Lord. Dr. and Mrs. Crow were enroute to their home from a vacation trip to California and Texas and will remain here to attend the funeral Saturday of their uncle, G. B. Lord. Mr. and Mrs. David Burruss and three children of Crestwood are spending the weekend here with Burruss 1 mother and In Rock bridge with Mrs. BurruW parent)), Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Faith. Gary Bethard entered Barnes Hospital in St. Louis Friday for treatment. He is the son of Wayne Bethard of this city. Mrs. Richard Brannan of Eldred, Mrs. Neal Gillingham and Mrs. Robert Reynolds of this city entertained members of their canasta club Thursday evening at the Brannan home. 87 dealers and guests from several central Illinois counties who will be on a charter flight to Toronto and Hamilton, Ontario, April 12 and 13. The trip is sponsored by the International .Harvester Co. and will include a visit to the 157- acre Harvester operation* at Hamilton. Thank You To tht vottrt of Alton, Fosttrburg and Godfrey It it gratifying to know that I havo to many frtondt who votod and supported BIO hi tno rooont olootion* John Ragusa OPIN SUNDAY ALL DAY BROADWAY ft MAIN Drive In Produce Bfbt. PUSH TOMATOIS 3 I-IH. 49C ICHIRO LITTUCI FOTATOil io&aoc loTssc juwTotSSwi 3n»OSe

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