Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 10, 1961 · Page 13
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April 10, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Swtinfi S EVENING TELEGRAPH January IB, I«38. ALTON, ILL,, MONDAY, APRIL 10,1661. Be Pw Copy of The AWOCwtM Pack of Dogs Attempt to Attack Jersey Farmer JKRSBWIUJB — Pacta otfrral M. Thatcher. 'aftnf ^a racior. He had scarcely teiiimw setere the dog pBtck tMtntira to- gethac again and came leaping toward the tractor. He stopped the machine and as the animals continued their rush toward him, •tray dogs, becoming vlcioui be* cause of hurtger, continue to foam many rural areas near Jerseyville. Reports of such dog packs are received frequently at the office of Sheriff Howard Perdun and the sheriff and his deputies have been active in responding to calls for aid. ' Illinois law permits the Wiling Of dogs in the act of attacking livestock in rural areas where 'the dog to unaccompanied by to owner. The dog, however, must be in the act of chasing, or worrying or wounding the farm animals before the right to kill may be exercised. The most recent report of dog pack activities was made to the office of Sheriff Howard Perdun Saturday afternoon from the Walz farm near the eastern city limits. The farm Is operated by The latter reported several weeks ago that a pack of nine stray dogs were holed up in some of the ravines of the farm. The pack was headed by a large ye! low animal, and the pack would remain In hiding until some other hog or dog came along when they would Immediately attack, A dog belonging to Thatcher wds attacked and mutilated more than two weeks ago before rescued from members of the pack. Saturday morning Thatcher was operating a tractor discing corn stalks when the dog pack emerged from a corner of the field and attempted to attack him as he rode the machine. Some of them were leaping as high as the top of the tractor wheels, he reported. Thatcher raced the tractor toward tch barn lot where he ob tained his shot gun. He returnee to the field with the gun on the YOU WILL FIND ALL YOUR OFFICE SUPPLY NEEDS AT < GODWIN'S * • DESKS-CHAIRS—FILES—SAFES • DUPLICATING MACHINI5S & SUPPLIES • FILING SYSTEMS & SUPPLIES • LEDGERS—JOURNALS—RECORDS • PENS— PENO1LSJ-BALL POINT PENS two blasts from took csare of the the shot gun leader of the pack and the others halted and began dispersing with a number of other shot gun blasts keeping them on the move. Thntcher reported that the pack would possibly reform, as he had shot Into the animals at a distance a few weeks ago and dls- District President Visit* Woman's Club at Jersey persed them momentarily. He ex-[spirituals from the Negroes of that area. She told the histoiy GODWIN OFFICE SUPPLY INC. Alton's Commercial Stationer 114 E. Broadway Dial HO 5-7756 pressed the fear that the animals may group together again and probably attack boys who have been in the custom of visiting a pond in the field to fish. Announce Birth of Son JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Delp of Jerseyville have selected the name, Timothy Clark, for their Infant son born Thursday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Frod Martin^of Jerseyville and Mrs. Myrtle Delp of Fieldon and is a great grandson of Mrs. Lydia Martin and Clarence Kraushaar of Jerseyville. The couple has a daughter, Laurie Rene, aged 3 years. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gray of Jerseyville are announcing the birth of a girl at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby has been named Cara Sue and she weighed 6 pounds 5% ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Owen C. JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Paul Woods of fieardatown, president of the 20th District of the Illinois Federation of -Women's Clubs, made her official visit to the Jer seyville Woman's Club at Its meeting Thursday evening In Chapman Hall. "SptrlUmls" was the program theme for the evening Mrs. Woods taught mush: In Alabama and learned a great deal about of this type of music and sang a number of spirituals in their original style. She was accompanied by Miss Mary Alice Broeker of Beardstown. Mrs. Lee Nail, "lub president, conducted a short business meeting and urged members to support the blood bank when the Red Cross bloodmobile Unit visits Jer- seyvllle April 14 find 15 at the Methodist ChurHi. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Marcus Ryan of Jersey ville a district officer. Mrs. Eugene Munsterman was chairman of the hostess committee composed of Mrs. Melvin S. Johnson, Mrs. Stephen Charow, Mrs. Eugene Hefner, Mrs. F. A. Fesenmeyer, Mrs. Frank Fulkerson, Miss Mary F. Gledhlll, Mrs. Henry Heitzig. Mrs. Ted Ringhausen and Mrs. Lawrence Rolando. To Purchase Book JERSEYVILLE - The executive board of the Jerseyville Woman's Club has voted to purchase Blame River Craft for Poor Fishing JERSEYVILLE — Commercla fishing In the Illinois River is now seriously handicapped by the transport barges and pleasure boats that play the stream in un believable numbers at certain points. Larry Ontls of Nutwood, in western Jersey County, has been a commercial fisherman for th ast 90 years and said here 9at- rday that the big fish have left he Illinois River from the mouth t the stream northward and gone to the area of more and deeper water in the Mississippi. "The smaller fish are all that remain to a great extent," Ontls reported. "The large number o barges and pleasure craft along .he Illinois keep the water churn ed up so that the biggest fish make for the deeper water." He also said that in additlor to the barge and pleasure boat ing, there are other factor handicapping the local commer 88 YEAR) At AGENT Madison County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE 00, STANKA OARAGE State Street North Alton Dial BO 5-8889 nnd Mr. and Mrs. William GrayofMarion.il!.: and is a great) a copy of "The American Heri- granddaughter of Merman Hum- tage," a picture history of the phrey of Marion. ! Civil War by Bruce Cotton, for Mrs. Gray prior to her marriage was Miss Phyllis Owens. The couple has another girl, Judith Lynn aged 2'i years. the Jerseyville Public Library. the this Early-Week Specials/ PACKED BY TOM-BOY JOYFUL BEANS! Red Beans, Pork Si Beans, Kidney Beans, Mexican Style Beans, Great Northern Beans 303 CANS NEWTONE WAXES & CLEANS LARGE SIZE SPRAY WAX BY SIMONIZ */2 PRICE SALE! S T0°| SMALL SIZE 74o valiie Save 37c FAB .. ',:;":„:,":, 2 „„„„ 4T JSOILAX 29o value! Save 15o .. I4e M«oty NECK BONES Us. 25° Trv 'em with sauerkraut 2 LbB. 29c From Grade A Beef! GROUND CHUCK Lb. 69< Spiced Luncheon Leaf or LARGE BOLOGNA Sliced Lb. 39e ALL GRINDS! OLD JUDGE COFFEE.. " 59c With this Coupon Effective Thru Wed., April 12 3« FREE SHOW TICKETS Courtesy Grand Theater. Enter out- Give Away Now! Drawing 5 p.m. Tues., April lltli. No purchase necessary. Golden Ripe BANANAS 10 C Lb. Jonathan, Calhoun APPLES 5 Bb ai 39' Yellow ONIONS SILVER RIDGE TOM-BOY MARKET 686 Broadway East Alton Open 'T» 7 Friday Nlte PEARL TOM-IOY MARKET 835 Central Open 'Til 7 Friday Nite RAIN& RAIN TOM-BOY MARKET State and Elm North Alton Open 'Til 9 Friday Nlte The 100th anniversary of Civil War is being marked year, making the gift of this particular volume very timely. Olrl Born to Fieldon Couple JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shute of Fieldon are parents of a girl born at 6:38 a.m. Friday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 , Vern Cain of Mt. Rose. Colo.,j and Mrs. Ha/el Rutherford of Pompano Beach. Fla., and is a great granddaughter of Mrs. Lelai Thomas of Delta. Colo. • The baby is the first child of: the couple and weighed 1 pounds; 8 ounces. Mrs. Shute was form-' erly Miss Verna Cain. Fire Alarm JERSEYVILLE - The Jersey-! [ville Fire Department was called to the residence of Mr. and Mrs. ^Elmer Wilkerson at 606 Wood- ilawn at 10 p.m. Friday following an explosion at the home. According to reports Mrs. Wil |kerson had moved the gas stove away from the wall, pulling the (tubing loose. Gas collected and caught fire from the heating, stove nearby, causing an explo-j sion which blew out a window j glass. No one was injured and no I fire resulted from the mishap. j Paintings on Exhibit ! JERSEYVILLE — Robert Car-1 ter, art instructor at the Eastj Elementary School in Jerseyville, i has two paintings on exhibit at] the Artists Guild Exhibition in; St. Louis, now in progress, which; ends April 16. The showing is of paintings and sculpture work by artists in the, St. Louis area. One of Mr. Carter's entries received a citation award and will be shown on April 23 at the "Best of Season's Exhibit" by the Guild. Flans Coming Events JERSEYVILLE — Twenty-five were present for the meeting of; the Altar Society of the Holyj Ghost Church held in the parish j hall Thursday evening. Plans i were discussed for the annual < St. Ann's Picnic and the May: Breakfast on May 7. Mrs. Laverne Wock, president,: conducted the meeting and hostesses were: Mrs. Arabelle Bunse, Mrs. Helen Mercurie, Mrs. James Erwin, Mrs. Stuart Kadell, Mrs. Richard Kallal and Mrs. Helen Davidson. Niagara Falls will retreat intc Lake Erie in 27,000 years, ill erosion continues at the present rate. Millers Mutual Golden Key Policy EXAMPLES OF COVERAGES AND COST COMPARE BEFORE RENEWINO Liability «».«*» Medical Espenns ... l.tttt Deatb BMMflti I.MS UolMured Motorl»t.. 20.009 Comprobeutivo A.cv. TowlM W '58 FORD '58 DODGE '58 BUICK t> HO. 39iOO a MO. '43,00 tf Mo. '43.00 WILBUR MARCH My Sincere Thanks . . Totveryone who re-eleoltd Me SCHOOL TRUSTEE In Saturday's Election . , . Your Confidence and Support It Appreciated. OTTO J. KOLKMEYER lal fisherman. "The petty river hie! who steals nets and other qulpment from the water causes i lot at trouble and loss to us.' Tnmferred to local ffmfrital JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Cllf- ord Schudel of Fietdon, who has been a patient in the Memorial Hospital in Alton following surgery, was moved Saturday to the Jersey Community Hospital. Prom the llth to the 13th Centuries, Chichen Itza was the most important city in the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico. art? wta)w mt tamtt to North Atlantic, Today, thttr frit range (• tfw JPnOftl* tkflf North American shont flran the Bering 9#a to Lowi» fornia and from KotM to sia's Okhotsk Sea. • Frao Dollvory Sirvici • Private Parking Lot • Driv.-ln Window • Moderate Priets • Estimates on Request In the Spring...all natun comes to life again. This same rebirth can happ« to your home.. .NOW !! 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