Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 11, 1961 · Page 11
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Section 2 Page* 1MB ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Established January 16, 1838. •••••^^•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••IMIIIMM Wood River Rotarians Hear DuPont Official ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1961. Sc Per Copy Member of Tht Anodftttd Pirn WOOD RIVER - Wyatte V. De Loache, manager, MJdwest Extension Division of the Du Pont Co., spoke to local Rotarlam Monday noon on the "Three Imperative* For Tomorrow." Introduced by Carl Rogers, program chairman, De Loache said that principles, to survive In u democracy, havt to be understood; otherwise the people can unwittingly destroy them. He declared that It was everyone's responsibility "to see to it that every American achieves basic understanding of the source of freedom's strength so that our country shall not lose by complacency and default, what no enemey has ever been able to take from us by force — our ex- Istence as a free people, under God." "In spite of the Importance of a dynamic Industrial economy both as a creator of material progress and as the physical bulwark of freedom's strength, I can think of no area about which misunderstanding is so widespread, or where the fires of misunderstanding seem to be so studiously stoked," he said. He called the situation paradoxical because of the many problems which our country faces. De Loache said we must, look to our children as our greatest resource. From their ranks, he RoyalNeighbors Honor Members At Wood River WOOD RIVER - Mrs. Mrena Allen, Rosewood Heights, Mrs. Mary Burrls Fosterburg, and Mrs. Bessie Shook, Munster, Ind., were presented 50-year pins Monday at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Royal Neighbors at Masonic Temple. Two charter members who were unable to attend were Mrs Katie Barnhorn, Fosterburg, and Mrs. Edllh Cook, Wood River. One hundred members and guests attended. Mrs. Esther C Stanley, state supervisor, of Jerseyville. served as toastmistresfi. The program featured soloist, Herbert Peel, and his accompanist, Mrs. Virginia Harris, Bethalto. North Alton Mews Jane Skelton, historian! Helen McBride, Brenda Case, Linda Roper, and Beverly Case, color girls; Judy Roper, musician. On the social planning commit- :ee are Sally Skelton, Patricia McBride, and Lisa and Jan Hanel; membership committee, Jane lAgemann, Barbara McBride, and Joyce Uphold. Activities In which the girls voted to participate are purchase of a gift for the departmental president, Upper Alton and National Cemetery parades, and TB ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Warren Stookey, third from left, presents a $400 check from the Madison County TB Association to George , representative of the State —-j ^ j-|. rvttUfruiiK* ic|uri»ciim.nvc w» wiv. «w«««- flOXHIia StlPllltlff Association at the County Association llUActllct Opening annua , ft meet!ng Monday night at history Instructor, was guest speaker. Stookey was installed president of the county association at the meeting. Other officers are: left to right, Clarence Decker, secretary-treasurer; Dr. CUB AWARDS MAOTB AT IiAsT MEETING Cub Scouts of Pack 7 who have won awards at CE build, ng of Elm Street Presbyterian Church are Robert Beard, Hon badge; Robert Scheer, bear, 1 gold and 3 silver arrows; Roy Botterbush, gold arrow; Denny Connors, 2-year pin; Ricky Reldt, 3 silver arrows; Allen Schroeder, silver arrow; Frank Vozak, 2 silver arrows; John Cosco, bear and lion badges; Mike Brown, gold arrow and 2- year pin. New cubs Introduced were John Webb,' David DeGerlla Dennis Bear, Allen Westfall and Jim Sunderland. Mrs. Dorothy Nagy was presented a silver bracelet In rec ognitlon of her three years a den mother; Bill Nagy, Bill Bot terbush, Bill Conner and John Brown, received certificates for completion of a training course. New den mothers Introduced j 'are Mrs. D. DeGerlla. Den 1,| jrij j. .and Mrs. Lou Sunderland, Den 3.' KileCteU IO • April 22 is the date of a den: i chief's training course at Campj I Warren Levis. and any cub 101 Memorial Day sale of poppies. There will be a public installa tion May 13. at 6:30 p.m. The girls are asked to be present ai 6 in uniform. Mrs.. Dorothy Beyer, presiden of 12th district VFW Auxiliaries was a guest Saturday at which Mary Jane Drake and the Misse McBride were refreshment hos tesses. The unit was credited with more than $1.000 in community and hospital work. Hospital Group Will Meet at County Seat EDWARDSVILLE — A meet- ng of the Edwardsvllle Cham- jer of Commerce Hospital Committee,, sponsors of an election May 20 on a proposed hew- jltal district here, will meet nt f:30 p.m. Thursday In Florist's building to formulate a policy concerning the proposed district. The committee hopes at that time to adopt an official committee position on what they ex pect to happen If and where hospital district is formed, according to committeee chntr- nan Robert Towell. Towell announced the results to date of a fund drive toward meeting $600 election expenses md an estimated J500 additional n- advertising purposes. The committee has sent out 1,500 letters to Hospital Booster Club members and petition sign- Boy, 14, Hit By Auto at Wood River WOOD RIVER — Bobby 0«ne Johnston, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johnston, 324 East Dr., East Alton, was admitted to Wood River Township Hospital at 10 p.m. Monday for treatment of Injuries suffered when he was struck by a.motor- ist on Edwardsville road near according to a Mailer. The police report, was standing near the road with a group of boys and then ran In front Of a car driven east by Betty Glass, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glass, 155 Eckhard. The Johnston boy was treated for an Injury to the face and the mouth and for a contusion of the left leg. He was reported Winners Listed i ROXANA—The final spelling j contest for the fourth, fifth and | annual report meeting Monday night at Skaggs Steak House, Wood River. Dr. Stanley Kimball, extreme left, S.I.U. A. H. Rode, and A. B. Reinsch, presidents.—-Staff Photo. vice |or older Is eligible to attend.! (There is a 50-cent charge for! luncheon. I A 'Jj /"»,._,. „ 4icf Group ,«-rs toward meeting the above ! in "satisfactory" condition this i sum, Towoll said, and us of this i morning by hos P itaI authorities. ;morning had received .'{8 re- »-i 4 A». T/IPII7 ; plies with a total contribution! uCtSt AllOtl YEW i of $59. Towell urged more con- j jtributors to send their $1 to the! A it 'fi/i/vrv tn ; Boosters Club, Post Office Box AUXUinr J '" 30. Kdwardsville. Stookey Re-Elected Head AnnounceChange j Mrs. Alfred Armstead, 2411: |Salu St,. and Malcolm Kindig,! |Alton Savings & Loan Assn.,! were elected Monday night to' Only the girls who will be 10 fj] , , wo U1)exp|red terrm on the | j GIRLS IN PROJECT :ONLY IN 4-H CLUB sixth graders of the Roxana; said, must come tomorrow's community*" Unit' sc ho~ol 'dMrtetj statesmen, philosophers, creators, inventors, scientists and engineers. But, he warned: "Popular concern about Johnny's inability to read and his neglect of mathematics and science is quite understandable at the dawn of the O/ TB was held at the Junior High! school and winners have been KDWARDSVILLE — Warren : Green, Richard F. Judson, \Vood announced. , Stookey, 65.3 Edlawn, Wood Riv- River Township. Fourth grade contest winners | er vvas e ] ec ted to a second' A financial report presented were John Campbell, first place, ' ' by July I are eligible for membership in the Curran Happy Girls 4-H Club, a spokesman for the group said today. The girls meet on Sunday afternoon while school is in session. board of the Family Service andi Visiting Nurse Assn., Miss 8th Graders at RoxanaRegister Install Officers and Candy Crosnoe, second' place. Fuancs and Mrs. « rsl space age; however, there can Fifth grade contest winners bTa failure even more serious I were Kenneth Perkins, to or nation. That would be Johnny's failure to understand his heritage of freedom. He must be taught men cease to be free to the exten that they detach temselves from responsibility for the conseo,uence of their own acts. Visiting Rotarians included: Latham Harris, Roxana; George Earley, Roger Holcomb, Jack Beeby, Joe Schreiber, Clyde Campbell, Quick and Ralph Jackdon, Alton: Gordon Dodds, Loren Jung and Truman May, Edwardsville. Merle Bassett was a guest of Ernest Giehl, Dick Richards was the guest of Howard Gold and Jeanno Yakubian the guest of Carl Kayser. Tony Kusmanoff, Wood River Community High School senior thanked the group for the companionship and good meals he has received during his month long visit as student Rotarlan of the month. In Edwardsville YMCA Schedule EDWARDSVILLE-A change j CHILDREN SUFFER l™"° i at"thrmerttag7h^d"totei''r^ !il 1he re g ular hours of the Ed ' KFFECTS OF GAS FUB son eoumv luoercmosi* A^j cei P ls from the Christmas Seal wardsville YMCA has been an-; Chndren of Mr a ^ ^ j'ciitkm at the annual meeting! sale as $39,967.37, less the per- nounced by Daniel Smith. gen-! cliar | es M cCarty of 2318 Tib- the FSVNA to participate tni se "ng staff. Parents have been 'of the RTOUP held Monday eve-l oentage to the state and ntt " eral secretary. The "Y" will be|blttSt, Barbara. 3*4, and Mark.jthe 50th anniversary of the; invltefi l ° co ™e with their chilling at Skaggs Restaurant Oth- iUonal cha P ters of $7,794.13, open Mond ay through Friday| 6 . were dismissed after treat- Family Service Association of, dren to participate In these ' .-.««,««. . . America. Miss Mawdsley said j Planning conferences which not plans should be finalized at the onlv include next year's courses May board meeting. The Alton j but a general overall picture FSVNA will be 35 years old this! for Individual registration for , EAST ALTON — Officers of I the Veterans of Foreign Wars i Auxiliary, headed by Mrs. Catherine Felchin as president, will jbe installed in 8 p.m. Thursday ROXANA-Eighth graders in ceremonies at the VFW hall. nor Mawdsley. executive direc- Roxana Junior High are regis- Mrs ' Jesse Bal1 is retirin S tor, announced today. Bering this week for the ninthi pr ?, sident> Mrs : G } e ™_ Ste l 1 ]! Jerg Mrs. Armstead succeeds Mrs/grade (freshman year). Coursej Ruby Giehl, for 1961-62 and'planning is being done in indi-j Kindig succeeds Harry L. Cass'vidual conferences with mem- for 1961-63. ;bers of the Junior-Senior High The board discussed plans for' 80 " 00 ' administration and coun- Judges were Mrs. Florence i River, secretary-treasurer. ! Dinwiddie. Don Harvick, Steve| Re-elected to serve with the; Paynic and Dick Propes. Mrs.!executive board were: Earli lone Mick was pronouncer. sale; and $353.40, social seouri- YMCA, the Edwardsville "Y" 'will offer a week of camping at Camp Piasa, June 18-24 at a The 1960 Seal sale To Vaccinate Dogs At Bethalto Today i Green, East Alton: T. C. Ham>, as , the largest . in th f 4Uhisto 7 ; cost of $21 for the week. Ad- 'lin. Highland; C. M. He11ninn,|° f thc * S ?,° C ' °" seals iditional weeks of camping, up isent to 41,130. IM.D.. Edwardsville: Elmer E. ijenne, Edwardsville; Richard Judson. East Alton: E. • Moore, M.D.. Collinsville; BETHALTO — Dr. Merrill Oil-;M. Schroeder, Alton: °avid! wein, EdwardsvSlle veterinarian,!Simpson. EdwardsviUe: E. H !muugninib to a total of three, may be avail- F ion the 1960 x-ray survey show- T 'img that 588 chest The female phalarope. which will vaccinate dogs against rabies I Theis. M.D.. Granite City, at the Fire House today from 5; Directors elected for a three- to 8 p.m. Village Clerk William:year term were: Mrs. Mildred Doerr has announced. lEickmann, R.N., Alhambraj The veterinarian will be present;Township: Raymond Ready, J. at the fire house for vaccinations M. Schroeder, Alton Township; again on April 20. Dog licenses Mrs. Leland Reinsch, Collins- and wheel tax will be on sale at ville Township; Cecelia Hell- the same time. " j rung, M.D., Elmer E. Jenne, Edwardsville Seaker i David Simpson. Edwardsville BETHALTO — Gail B. Schwarz.i Township: Milton Knoche, Ft. foreign language instructor at Ci-| Russell Township; Alvin Stahl, vie .Memorial High School, will,Foster Township; Felicia A .. rep ?". was given by stookc y.'ible by special arrangement. \ interested in partici- in YMCA teams in the vear icity Softball Recreation League urged to contact the "V" office. Smith said. Teams for ; were discovered Youth conditions j., atin , r last " f ' ellt( f i u June 1' be offered to industry and the general public at varied locations in the county. >oth girls and boys will be sponsored this season. A joint mecteing of the Indian "uidn Tribes will be held Thursday at 7 p.m. at the YMCA with special program on Indian 1 Dr. Stanley Kimball, associate !,, lk . s p i anne d for the evening, professor of history at SIU, was guest speaker at the Monday evening meeting. JEWISH I>AYS"SURVEYED" NEW YORK (IP) — A study of talk at the foreign language pro-'M.D., H. E. Lueders, Granite (Jewish holidays, called "Sab- has brighter plumage and takes gmm gession at the anmml s pr jn g !city: Earl the initiative in courtship, is larger than the male. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Shepard, Marine j baths and Festivals in the Mod- Stephen Maeras.lern Age," by Rabbi Dr. Eman- of Illinois Association of i Venice Township; Mrs. Stanley uel Rackman, has been published Conference of Southwestern Divi-: Township: sion School Boards Wednesday. 'Castle, C. H. Decker, Earl ; by Yeshiva University. Home Unit t« Meet I EDWARDSVILLE — Ft. Rus sell unit of Madison County Home Bureau will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the home ol Mrs. Robert Hans. Mrs. Richard Kayser and Mrs. Clarence Deist will assist the hostess. The major lesson will be given by Mrs. Rudolph Hans year. ing effects of fumes from a coal furnace. Their father, an em- ploye of Gent Chapel, administered oxygen prior to taking the youngsters to the hospital. McKLXLEY-DELMAR PTA TONIGHT Last meeting of the McKinley- Delmar Parent-Teacher Association for the year will be held this evening at 7:30. The program will feature Moody Lenz, curator of the St. Louis Zoo, who will talk on reptiles and exhibit some specimens from the zoo. The social date selected for this year is May 5. JUNIOR GIRLS ELECT OFFICERS Sandra Case was elected president of the Junior Girls of VFW Auxiliary, Post 1308, Saturday at Veterans Memorial Center. Other officers named are Beverly Beyer, first vice president; Terry Roper, second vice president; Mary Ann Hamilton, treasurer; Carol Sumpter, secretary; Yvonne Ontis, guard; Linda Dannenbrink assistant guard; Mary Jane Drake, conductress; Cynthia Rhoades, j assistant conductress; Jeanettej Russell, patriotic instructor; j Phyllis McBride, assistant; j George Cou«hlin. and Gayle On- jtis, chaplain and assistant chap- 1 lain, respectively. \ and Mrs. Laverne Gusewelle, j ' and the minor lesson by Mrs. j Merle Prott. i In March the made 475 nursing visits and Achievement tests were admin- serviced 61 families. i the next four years, association ^ Recentl V th <> Iowa Basic Skills jistered to the 270 members of 'this year's eighth grade class as | a preparation for their transi- from junior high type Aerials Stolen Emil Schneider of 912 E. 6th| li °n St.. reported to police Monday courses to senior high type, afternoon that the radio aerials; This year's class exceeds by ihad been stolen from his two-j 70 the previous 200 enrollment family cars which had been park- ; high for the Roxana eighth ed in front of the house. tri-ade class. This class is not Mrs. Robert Curtis and Mrs.. Floyd Picket-ill are In charge of meeting arrangements. the recetnly administered Iowa Basic Skills test excelled In overall achievement by having 65.6 per cent scoring above the national norm for this series of tests. Telegraph Want" Ads ""CLICK' 1 Olll y to ^ s ln enrollment but in! DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry Dial HO 2-8922 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Party Cakes THERE'S ONE IN EVERY If your •(•otric bill Is higher lately... you'll find good reasons all around you How many n»w tbctric appliancti have you tdded to four bent during the past wveral yww? And remember .,. tenftfi eel6«? winter night* ouute lights, television, Juruaef motors work harder You're using more electricity and enjoying it in mere ways—and isa't it worth toe •straooetT UNION ELECTRIC Business Mane)***, Investor Owns*, Two MWton P«opi« GLASS FURNITURE TOPS CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY LYONS GLASS CO. 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