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April 11, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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TUESDAY, APRIL 11,1W1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Upper Al ton Newg Event* S. Rodgers Improvement ,^y I .\ * • ^ . To Go Under Joint Study After devoting alnratt an ftour to discussion of alternate pro* improvement of 3. Rodgtr* avenue, the City Council committee deferred a decision, Monday night, pending a conference of representatives of the city and the OAAC With District EM- necr ft, W. Rteftor of the state highway department, Object of the conference will be to learn what plans of the city for a S. Rodgers improvement would avoid conflict with a state plan for proposed ultimate rebuilding 1 of the College aventie-GM&O viaduct at the north end of S. Rodgers. Estimate* Asked Recently the Council had asked the city manager to obtain some estimates and make a report on what would be required for a S. Rodgers improvement. Using a blackboard diagram Manager Graham W. Watt reported three alternate plans. Public Works Director Thomas F. Griffin filled in with additional details. Watt reported widening of S. Rodgers from 30 to 44 feet appears necessary lor adequate improvement. To provide curb, gutter, and a light asphalt surface from Jackson south of Milton he said, would cost $76.000, while if the were road, Man Impersonating Officer, Charge Say* Charges of Impersonating an officer and disorderly conduct, were signed against Jim toa Lacker, of Bon Aire Hotel, after he attempted to iMue a tleket to a woman motorist on Milton road Monday, 9:15 p.m., police reported. Lucker pleaded not guilty and was released on $400 bond. Mrs. Jessie Hlghfin, 112 Bonds St.. East Alton, complained that Lucker, using a red light and'sirWi, signaled her to pull to the side of the road because she had only one headlight bum- ing. He told her he could give her a ticket or take her to Edwardsville, she said. When she offered to take the ticket he waived her on. Police said Mrs. Highfill recognized Lucked from high school days. Firemen Check House on Hodge Alton Fire Department Investigated an emergency at the Alton High Student Gets Scholarship Joseph Wannamaker Jr., a Firemen Given Awards y At Rosewood Heights ROSEWOOD Elevtn 10-year HEIGHTS service awards and 29 five year service awards were presented Saturday night to members of the Rosewood Heights Volunteer Fire Depart- senior at Alton High School, hasj men , fl , an .. Awar d $ Banquet at been awarded a scholarship to , he Co | on)a i Sifpper Club on Route 111. Cecil Neunaber served a « Knox College of Oalesburg, it was announced today. The student will receive partj ma! , fer of ceremonies. The w*|. of his expenses paid at the col-l come address wan given by Fire legs for one year and renew-| Cn|cf j c Smltn Ugner8 were able for three additional years. | L , oyd Acup and Dav|d Rlchard s. Ten-year awards were pre. sen ted 'o Chief Smith, Honorary Member Thad Fife, John Ford, Guy Goodhart, Frank Hellrung. Frank Imel, Clyde McGIll, Sam Maulding, William Powell, William V. Rhoades and George Wohlford. Five year awards were re- crtvwi by Josh Acup, Veraon Anderwn, Charles Gwwrrt, Bob Dtughatte, Otne btughatw, Jerry rnvle, Russell Oilman, Willis Orotiw, Dave Otirley, Herbert Harris, James Healey, William Halvl*. Oeorge Hud- home of Stanley Smith. 104 Mr - and Mrs - Joseph E. tory. A number of children drew up and signed the paper and ft formally to the Wan- Ct, Monday morning, i namaker, 1902 Park Ave., Is an from a clothes dryer!honor student and a member of concrete cost would mate $100,000. approxi- about Hodge tr'made'witrr^haT^enTJhrough furnace'ducts''^^ j the National Honor Society and to be made with wplwu,^ housei * firemen said . he is a member of the special Future Nurses Meet At East Junior jwas presented 'City Council. Thomas Jefferson Sets Square Dance Plans were made for a square dance at an aduit meeting Of the Thomas Jefferson youth center which was held in conjunction with a regular session. James Meyers, principal of the school, will be the caller at the dance which will be April Dildlnesuf Wood River Observe Date WOOD RIVER - More tMn 178 ffl*nds and relatives called on Mr. an* Mr*. Lloyd Dlldlne, 320 FeTguton Ave., Sunday in celebration" of their silver wtd- ding anniversary. The gueits were nerved by Mrs. Howard Creftl, Mrs. Keith East Alton Teachers To Observe 'Career 9 Month EAST ALTCW — '"teaching Ca-;bay, 'present prUtdj^I ef tM reer Month" will be observed In'Blair School. Mrs. Day la still active In church, social and civic affair*. Mrs. Weiss, former third grade teacher of Blair School, 18 presently vacationing In California while visiting her sister. Mrs. LaTowsky taught social Th* flv* MalTW ate U nt b H g 0 £i MoltechunhMironk (Mbacuok* Teachers Association in cooperation with the National Education Association. The observance was made official In East Alton when Mayor Charles Vanpreter signed a pro- son, Ephriam Knetser. William Knupp, Art Kuhlman, Harold Laws, Frank Me- Nfety, Charles Naughton, Cecil clamation announcing the event studies at the Junior high school. Imel, William F'sher, Mrs. Tommy VanMeterj pre8ented to htm oy Charles Gab- She Is a resident of East Alton, and Mrs. Louise Harrison. Miss bert, superintendent of schools, at Miss Estes, a former Junior Ruth Dawe« was in charge of the guest book and Miss Maribeth Dlldlne was In charge of the request ol Mrs. Robert Luly, local association president. E. Neunaber, Charles Relohert,! the glft tflble> Lem Rhoads, Norman Rlchey.j Mrs. Edith Lyons. Mrs. Em- Guy Richards, Ernest Samuel-1 erald Dawes and Miss Ruby son, Earle Sltae, Maurice StarklSmlth prepared the refresh-Mrs- and Rudy Struharlk. Amenta. Special guests were: W. Thad! The Dlldlne home was deco- Fife, director of safety and fire;rated throughout with pink and high math teacher, retired last year. She resides In Alton with her old. Al Hacke, Mrs. Florence j _______________ jDay, Mrs. Rudolph Weiss, Mrs.! nt MotfTS OF RACING •Norma LaTowsky, Mrs. Ralph j MONTICELLO, N. Y. (# Roberts and Miss Ethel Estes. There will be 81 nights of harness Mrs . Ha cke Is a former Junior facing at Monticello Raceway ,^ ^^ ^ teacher ghe and , th|8 * i]mmcr Pregident Frank ttie occasion, besldes !her husband have ^llred and are j Dev | in nas announced. Matlner prevention, St. Louis; E a r 1, white arrangements of flowers,, Shepard, treasurer of the Madl-j gifts for son County Firemen's Assocla-jmany beautiful gifts. living ^ F i orida wnere they built | programs will also be held or tlon; and George Lautner and; Soft organ music was played !fl home. I Saturday, July 22 and Sept. 2. Norman Hlrch, representatives 'during the afternoon by Miss, Mrs. Day former principal of zr, ------of the Illinois Firemen's Assocl- Brenda Dawes and Miss Lindaifilair Grade School resides here atlon. Dlldlne. " 'with her daughter, Miss Eugenia Telegraph Want Ads Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Other Costa And, if the widening and surfacing were extended over Jackson and Lucille to a connection with College, avoiding the haz- Future club met of America Nurses Monday afternoon at ardous Rodgers-College inter-! East Jwtor Hi * h S 0 " 0 ? 1 and section near the viaduct, cost^'a™ were made for the an- would be about 5120.000. ! nual facultv tea - Griffin added that the widen-j Th e date tentatively has been ing, by eight feet on each side j se j f °f May 4. of the present street, would alone cost about $20,000. Widening, he explained, was necessary to afford proper side slopes and sidewalk space. First plans also were made for the annual coronation of the king and queen of the center which will be on May 22. The He is a sales manager of this •• center a i so p | ans a famUy plc . year's Alton High Tatler and !njp Qn Junc 12 has been active in band, foot- special chemistry class sponsored by Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. ball, intramural Sixly . five voung people at- basketball,; tended lagt night - s dancc ses . " Last month 46 members tour- Alton State Hospital. Watt major also reported that the! street plan ultimately j Talk onMarketing Heard at Meeting Alton unit of the Madison contemplates a completely newj County Hf)me Bureau met Mon . route from College to Broad- |d afternoon at the ^me of way, taking off at a point, near Lucille, but for which no estimate is possible without a preliminary engineering survey Apparently favored after general discussion was a compromise proposal Jointly worked out between Councilman Clyde Wiseman and Griffin. Mrs. Sadie Rronson and Miss Mary Blum, 1741 S. Rodgers Ave. This Cost $100.000 would call for lanes'of stone-based bituminous j smaller concrete and lighter surfaced ; more he ' Mrs. Elaine Wendler, county home advisor, talked on, "Mrs. Consumer Learns About Marketing and Food Promotion." She told of attractive packag- i ing, the oversized package i which contans the same center 5 amount of the product as ai Nearing Oblivion Science Club, and JETS, anrfthei sion Robert Mj]es received the | French Club. i attendance award. j Wannamaker will major in Chaperones were: Mr. and pre-law at College with diplo-| Mrs Ray Bryden, Mr. and Mrs. matic service in view, he said. j ack Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. j Luther Deserens. Mrs. Virgil | Dilley. Mrs. Earl Nolan, Harold iSwinney and Mrs. Harry Bruce. Main Baptist Class to Meet Love and Lift adult class of Main Street Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mr. and Main Methodist Lists Program Mrs. Russell Woolard, 2905 Ethel Ave., tonight at 7:30. : Other hostesses will be, Mrs. i Lee Worley and Mrs. Dorothy Payne. Friendship circle of the Main Street Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Melvin Miles, 2323 Fairview Dr.. Wednesday, 7 p.m. Assisting will be Mrs. Frank Devotions will be led by the!p etersen . A study book review Rev. Benjamin Bohn, Pastor. j w j]] De g j ven by Mrs. C. H. Mrs. Bohn will be the narrator, icarlton. i In other news: The Rev. John Henderson, pastor, will speak on. "The Resurrection as a Central Truth" at the Wednesday, 7 p. Edwards St. Opening widening on Jackson and Lu-t Mrs. wenoier saio that cille, all of which might cost j purchaser paid for all such con$100,000. I veniences. Griffin and Francis M. Kaar.! Mrs. Henry Stutz gave the GAAC executive director, then j selected subject, "What Your suggested a preliminary talk Hands Tell Others." with district highway engineer Announcements were: Madison County Home Bureau will before any plans were jelled. This idea was adopted on i operate the kitchen at the coun- motion of Councilman George i ty fair this year; on May 17 a M. Lammers and Wiseman, district meeting will be held in And Wiseman then requested ! Godfrey, featuring a covered that Griffin prepare a new esti-idish luncheon and the Godfrey mate of cost on the modified j unit as hostesses. improvement outlines "from dis- j Miss Blum read an original cussion of the manager's report, j poem, "What I Think About a Telegraph Want Ads'-CUCK" Tree '" Miss Joan Gabriel led a recreation session. 85-Year-Old Woman Well After Surgery Mrs. Peachie Miller, 900 Washington Ave., is in satisfactory condition at Barnes Hospital where she underwent abdominal surgery last Friday* a friend said. The 85-year-old woman entered Thursday. She may be discharged over the weekend. Presbyterian Circle to Meet Martha circle of the College Avenue Presbyterian Church The City Council committee, m., service of the Main Street ^^ a M j Methodist ^^ VITAL FACTS EXPLAINED FREE DESCRIPTIVE BOOK As a public service to all readers of this paper, a new 36-page highly illustrated book on Arthritis and Rheumatism will be mailed ABSOLUTELY FREE to all who write for it. 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