Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 11, 1961 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 11, 1961
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TUESDAY, APRIL 11,1W1 EVENING TELEGRAPH OWL IOWI M.t»,M, "A" High games: TerHmtr 306, 309, Taylor 233, Fay 214, HAS* man 303. High famfti C. Elledge 199, . Shelley 211, L, Ball 204, A. Fraziar 178, P. Dunn 171, 0. , . , . Brenner 1*3, 0. Breeden 178, § . Owen 179, E. Green 200, 207, . Nahkunit 198. Monday Merchant* High games: Suessen 249, Helmkamp 204, Clark 205, fthoadtt 215, L. Harrison 212, 223 (818), Helloing. 2M, Lange 208, Pedone 200, Lfiey 205, Zeft- set 208, Tltoworth 215, Qroh- „.„ Major Women's League High games : Williamson 235, 226, 183 (644), Williams 180 (495), Marshall 175 (494), Marquis 197 (494), H. Waggoner 188 (485), Franklin 176 (482), Weeks 181 (482), Parker 198 (473), P. Waggoner 181, Miller 169, Smith 167, Kimmel 167, Borman 166, Thaxton 165, Czemy 162, Belangee 161, McAdams 160, Walkington 158, Kennedy 158. Downtown Classic 200 games: Freesmeyer 217, Manns 223 (602), G. Bott 209, Waggoner 208, Graham 233, Kirkonis 202, Sheff 210, Kelly 215, 247 (631), Losch 213, McCormick 217. Willoughby 202. Knights of Columbus 200 games: Andre 236, J. Curlovlc 200. McConnell 201, A. Schulz 217, Joe Kelly 205, Jack Kelly 234 (605). Monday Nlt« Business Women High games: E. Smith 180, P. Huseman 162, G. Walton 163, R. Holder 171, J. Ufert 176, 178, 190 (544), S. Price 188, B. Wllle 177, B. Hyndman 172, G. Goess- 1ing 162, L. Williams 192, S. Laughlin 173, F. Cambron 171. B. Stonestreet 191, 163 (483), F.. Taylor 183. M. Farmer 168, V. Douglas 161. BOWL HAVEN Bowlettes High game: Hagcn 206, 195 (569), Maul 191, Jouett 184, Cobeck 168, Stotler 176, Chism 161. Evans 166. Ladies' Classic High game: Reidt 206, Moore 193 (521), Perica 190, Nahkunst 187, 184 (525), Recher 183, Berry ITS t»ffi, tody m, Lujy NetEnnmrnw 170, Ntgy 170. MftteWl fAaMtoafc f aim inMifc . Hiiwo cnnrcn beanie High game: C. Uster 170, E. Croxford 172,184, L. Barnes 190, Melba Moore 217 (527), M. Curlton 187, D. Mlkoff 173, C. Toner 202. Men'i Church League 202 tigh ga , M. Va line: 0. Kreftmeyer andalla 222, W. Grove 204, B. Greer 203, W. Brown 239, 208 (604), J. Hubberd 215. Scratch League High game: A. Smith 257 (624), Complg 224, 203 (614), Echols 220 (611), Lcady 204, 222 (610), Stade 214, 207 (600), Schlldroth 203, Garland 214, Seattle 209, Stotler 221, Kochan 311. Warner 209, Hllgert 203, Dabbs 224, 202, Churchill 214, Tuttle 212, Drainer 206, 207, LeTourneau 213, Voorhees 218, Koch 207, Taylor 207, Tittle 213, Ballard 225, Steiger 206, Boyd 203, Marti 200. Alton Recreation Commission Boys' League No. 1 High games: Hard 192, Roettgerg 184, Pelot 179, Smith 179, Jordan 168, White 163, Hu»» 163. Winners of League — Morns- sey Construction. Boys' League No. 2 High games: L. Grove 195 (541), G. Cox 199 (519), Compis 176, L. Seal 169. Winners of League — VFW. Roys' League No. it High games: Lambie 172 (514), Saylor 182. Ghent 172, Park 171. Finke 165, Ayres 165. Winners of League — Pepsi Cola No. 1. Boys' League No. 4 Hieh games: Mason 207, 203 (593). Bergstrom 210 (563), In 1 gram 225, Edwards 183, Purcell 1170. Winners of League — Bowl i Haven. Boys' League No. 5 High games: Hard 172, Conway 165, O'Donovan 163, For- 152. 150, ler 141. Viviano 144. Winners of League dinals. Boys' League No. 8 High games: L. Grove 235 (519). Honke 179, D. Davit 153. Winners of League — Honke Pharmacy. ItiTOp Rlpptet r" Outdoors with Harold eager Hntrtcrt ^_^ The eBtwwvation ueimrtmtm reports «»t tfeif htmtew «* ow eager In applying for hunting t**' mits this spring. All application are being returned, said WIIHHM T. Lodge, Director of Conservation. The acceptance date for applications will be announced probably early In July when the dates for the 1961 deer season have been established. No applications will be processed until then. Pish Census Anglers will be asked again this year to cooperate with the Conservation Department in a creel census program aimed at finding more facts about fishing success at lakes. The several nearest state-owned lake where the census will be taken Is at Beaver Dam near Carlinvllle. Fishermen will be checked every day. They will be asked about total trout are not caught before sum rher, they will probably be lost by flooding or warm water, the limit is eight per day with no size limit. front Festival The 25th annual Trout Festival In Michigan is set to open Apr! 29 at Kalkaska, Mich. Authorities say that the best trout waters found east of the Mississippi Riv er is located within 50 miles ol Kalkaska County. There are 83 lakes and 275 miles of trout streams In Kalkaska County alone. During a recent meeting of out door writers in Chicago, Gerald E. Eddy, director of the Michigan Department of Conservation told us that he would personally guarantee a trout to every visiting angler. But AI Gernon, Rosewood Hights, a former Michigan resident, told us that such a guar antee is superfluous because any Alton Bowlers Can Wrap UpTitleThis Saturday The Falstaffl from Alton Bowl Haven et« clfneh their third straight Southern Illinois Bowling Proprietors Classic League title Saturday night by wlrinlng only one of three games from Rlpley Bowling Pins of O'Fallon Sports Bowl, Four 7 o'clock matches are scheduled for Bel-Bo) a Lanes In Belleville. The other pairings have Schlltz of Granite City Bowland Schlltz; Roy Harrison (fll?) of Pepsi; Paul Stafford (801) of Rusty's and John Stankus (602) of Revere Room. High shooters In the makeup match at Panorama were Jim Vrenlck (828247) of Schlltz and Ralph Forn- wait (829), Red Barnhlll (610) and Becht (800) of Rlpley. The Falstaff's Ray Orf saw his league-leading average tumble to 211. He's followed by meeting Rusty's of Edwardsvllle, I Vrenlck (206), Clancy Mueller the Wood River Bowl representative; Loman's Bowlers Shop of East St. Louis' Bowl-A-Way Lanes facing the Revere Room Club of Colllnsvllle's Fairmont Bowl, and Pepsi-Cola of East Alton's Bowl Inn opposing Black Label of Bel-Bola. . ,„ „ DDU The Falstaffs gained plentyjUrnan'sjJpwi Shop 38H Mj* 950 of ground last Saturday on (202) of Ripley and the Fal- staffs' George King and man's Dennis Chapls, 200 apiece. STANDINGS TEAM W Falstaff 56'/i Schlllz BIMi Rlpley Bowl Pins 48 Revere Room Club 47 Schlltz, even though the leaders dropped two games to the Revere Room at Bowl-A-Way. Schlitz lost two to Black Label Black Label Rusty'* Pepsi • Cola 45 43 27V, L 30 Mi 38% 42 4.1 45 47 Avg. 987 977 871 989 972 980 938 Carrollton Cub Pack Organized CARROLLTON - Donald Carter has accepted the position of Cubmaster of Pack No. 89 and will begin M\ duties at once. Keith Flowers was selected ai assistant cubmaster. Carter succeeds John Price who was cubmaster last year. Members of the cub scout Win mlttee are Lyle Moushon, John Carter Jr., Clifford Watts, the Rev. Joseph Ethridge and the Rev. Robert Pitsch. Mrs. June Bushnell is pack secretary, The Den mothers are Mrs. Lawrence Hires, Mrs. John Clark, Mrs. Guy 1 Petty, Mrs. Chester Gourley, Mrs. Ray Able, Mrs. Richard Riechmann and Mrs. John Bicket. The next pack meeting will be Monday at 7 p.m. at the Methodist Church. Any boy wishing to become a cub scout may secure a registration form from Ray fisherman wouldn't have any dif-jand earlier In the evening weight, number ol the party, hours fished, whether the fishing was done on the bank or from a boat, and the number of miles travelled to the lake. The data will be used to find out what should be done to manage each lake properly for better fishing. Trout Waters Although central Illinois doesn't have suitable trout streams, the Conservation Department does stock waters in northern Illinois with those fish. Six streams will be stocked with trout by April 15. They are Boone Creek. the Apple Piscasaw River, Creek, Pine Creek and North Fork. About as he wanted. Camping Facilities If you are now making plans 1 , 5 !': 9 ' 000 tr °<" wi " be released. An- 1 carn p iri g is allowed. " for your vacation don't overlook a camping tour of Illinois State parks. There are 40 of them where camping is for tents or trailers and permitted free. However, electricity for trailers isn't available. You must have a camping permit obtainable from the park custodian. Overnight and camping by the week is permitted but two weeks is the maximum camping period allowed in any one park. Write to!^ 63 ^-_ Bob the Conservation Department, State Office Building, Springfield, 111., for a list of the parks where j makeup Lanes in match at Belleville. In other BowUA-Way matches, Loman's took two from Rip- 1 Able or Mrs. June Bushnell at the Carrollton Grade School or from the Rev. John Moore at St. John's Grade school. Hospital Notes _ CARROLLTON — John D. Sny- n ,.ider and Harold Holmes, both ol Panoramaj winners ,„ the ^kTrriays.""^!! jCarrollton. were admitted to ibe honored at the 52nd running of| B °- vd .MemorialI Hospital Saturday ° i A <J**ti**.n,rl Cim*ln*f ••>n*«A MnlKnt** Mizzou, Chicago Will be Honored MOINES. Iowa. (AP) meet Apri | 28-29. Relays director Bob Karnes said ley and Pepsi won three from today the schools will be pre- Admitted Sunday were Nelbert Hurt of Carrollton and Miss Shirley Winters of White Hall. Admitted Monday were Mrs. Margaret Griswold of Rockbridge, Joe Baumann of Kampsville and Mrs. Hazel Crouch, the latter being admitted for surgery. Dismissed Sunday were Miss Judith Coates of White Hall. Mrs. Selma Kelly, Mrs. Mary Louise (609) of Ripley; Elmer Maki i Chicago, which has competed in jPrangfr John D. Snyder and (609) and'*> of the meets, has won eight re-!Harold Holmes, all of Carrollton. Engel (608) of Black La-'"* 8 first and ca P tured five ^^^ ^ Scott *** diSmiSSed George Wolfe (626) o fi dividual titles - Rusty's. Mel Steinhauser (647) of Loman's and Larry Meehan (257) of Rlpley were the Individual standouts, with team honors going to Black Label (2984) and Loman's (1077). Oth- sented plaques "because they have been outstanding winners as well as regular in their attendance at our meet." Missouri has sent competitiors to all but three stagings of the er high series were recorded by j relays and has won 20 individual Jerry Becht (621) and Meehan >firsts and 11 relays victories. bel; | Monday. ! Parents of Daughter Stot- Car- ! other 22,000 trout will be released i in ponds three spring-fed Coleta, 111. Brown trout were selected because they tend to do less migrating than rainbow. Illinois trout i stops where this gasoline is avail-i gt. Louis Cardinals White Gasoline jable on Alton Lake. The white near i The value of using white (non-jlow octane gasoline will prevent g e |J Kline to LA leaded) gasoline in outboard mot- • carboning and fouling of spark ors has been pointed out in this | plugs which can lead to more ser- column several times in pastlious motor damage. The gasoline | CARROLLTON — Mr. and j Mrs. Douglas Heimer are the par- Unts of a son born Sunday in Passavant Hospital in Jackson- months. There are now more than! will also operate inboard motors might the sale of pitcher Ron Kline ville. Msr. Heimer is the former ST. LOUIS (AP)-The St. Louisj Mary B Moss daughter of Mr. Cardinals announced M o n d a y! and Mrs Walter L. Moss of Eld- fishing is put-and-take and if the 115 harbors and riverside fuel I properly, gasoline authorities say. Dollar for Dollar...You get more for your money at FIRESTONE! Buy on Easy Payday Terms HOUSEHOLD BROOM Long-life, easy-to-clean plastic bristles Colorful wood handle and head New, modern streamline design Lightweight and easy to handle LIMIT 2 Biggest Value of the season A nig-«iz«, high quality mower at a low, low price! Feature* heavy 14-gaug* •teel base, big 8-inch rear wheeU, deluxe throttle, front ejection and powerful 2',/i-h.p. 4-cycle engine. 1.25AWwk FREE Zinnia Seeds No cost or obligation A big 25c lice package of Burpee's Giant Zinnia Seedi it youra for the asking. O O PLAY 5-Play AY GYM to the Los ^Angeles Angels of the Mrs E red. Heimer is the son of Mr. and of Kampsville. American League. The sale price was not dis-| closed but Kline reportedly wentj f for about the waiver price of JR OD inson~ andi Charles Gerson Jr. Attend Banquet CARROLLTON — Fred Robinson of Mr _ and M^. Kenneth LAYING CABLE Tow used Monday to lay Fieldon Telephone Co. cable across Illinois River just below ferry route between Grafton and Deerplaln. The cable, 1200 feet long will carry toll calls when company shifts both Brussels and Batchtown exchanges to dial system on or before April 21.—Staff Photo. Modernization Program Fieldon Phone Firm Lays Own Cable Across River GRAFTON — Fieldon Tele-1 While the conversion of the phone Co., which operates tele- company's operation from old- phone systems for Brussels and; fashioned switchboard to the Batchtown in Calhoun County;electronics of dial operation and Fieldon in Jersey County, {may be the last word in what- laid a new "25-Pair" cable j ho equipment and construction, across the Illinois River Mon-|Narup resorted to a direct old- day. I fashioned experient in getting Strung along on the bottom of his cable across the river, the river, the cable was 1,200 He simply hired a boat, a feet long and weighed 6,400 barge and a crew of men and pounds. It will go into service,put down the cable, feeding it on or about April 21 when the!off a spool. The system worked The 29-year-old right-hander four games for the Cards last son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ger- Sr were g^^ at year, lost nine and had an earned run average of 6.03. FIGHT RESULTS Yield banquet Saturday noon at the Moose hall at Urbatia. The event was sponsored by the Illinois Farm Supply Co. and affiliated companies and held during the annual Farm and Home Festival last weekend at the Univer- telephone exchange at Brussels will be converted to the dial system. Batchtown, where the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco — Eddie Machen, 191'/ 2 , Portland, Ore., out- pointed Mike DeJohn, 216, Syracuse, N.Y., 10. ]the MYF of the Methodist Church Chicago — Allen Thomas, 165, j will entertain members of the Chicago, outpointed Bobby Stin-|MYF of the Roodhouse Metho- sity of Illinois. MYF To Entertain CARROLLTON — Members of inato, 171. Cleveland, 8. Philadelphia — Jimmy Soo, 142, Philadelphia, outpointed Tony Christy, 140, Pittsburgh, 8. New York — Jose Stable, Cuba, outpointed 144, Detroit, -10. 143, Billy Collins, DIAMOND STARS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching — Frank Baumann, ! White Sox left-hander, blanked dist Church at the lOcal church Wednesday evening. Honored on Birthday CARROLLTON - Mrs. E. M. Mosier of St. Louis was honored at a birthday dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Burton at Wrights. Other guests wre E. M. Mosier of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Finice Doyle and ! family of Wrights, Mrs. Grant iMelvin of Greenfield, Mrs. Delibert Driver, Mrs. Meda Dowdall. quite well. The boat and barge were supplied by Merle Inman and a total of 11 men, including equipment has been installed,JNarup, handled the work. will go over to the dial system; The actual laying of the cable shortly thereafter and plans call!was completed by 11 a.m., leav- for the dial system in Fieldon in a year or so, Mrs. Theodore Narup, wife of the president, said. ing the considerable task of connecting the cable to lines at Sylvia N. Poling Talks at Elsah company | both ends. The cable will replace a two- circuit cable now in use. The cable-laying job was witnessed by members of the Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, and of Illinois Bell Telephone Co. I M rs. F. A. Linder and Mr. and Two swings, trapece and two chinninf bars. Heavy-duty construction to last for y«ara. Large «>•... 7-foot top bar with 6^-foot legs. Bright nd, freen and yellow baked •OMul finish. 1.75 Down 75c A W««k Senators on two hits in three in- Mrs ' John Car{er and daughter of ininRS of relief and was credited c ar roiH on Iwith 4-3 victory over Washington. Siemer's Buy 1 Hitting — Roy Sievers, White Sox, hit season's first homer and drove in winning run with eighth inning sacrifice fly in 4-3 jover Senators. Siemcr's Buy House CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Siemer, who are re- SPORTSMAN'S' Hiring from (arming, have victory | the honie of the )ate Mr and Mrs ; Julius Trippel on Church street .and will move there. Mr. and Mrs. Siemer have been living in an i apartment at jMary Wood. the home of Miss ELSAH — Spititual awakening opens the door to joyous, healthy, abundant living, Sylvia N. Poline; of Phoenix, Ariz., told a group here at Arthur T. Morey field- house at Principia College Monday night. This awakening, she said, always comes through prayer based on a scientific understanding of God and man. A Christian Science teacher and I practitioner. Miss Poling is on! nationwide tour. as a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship. She spoke under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Elsah. Dr. Edwin Leonard Jr., dean, of Principia college, introduced her. The mosaic tile industry is the largest industry in Zanesville, Ohio. SPAWNING BEDS FOR BLACK BASS With motor, hood and spit 80 Carrollton Mothers, Daughters at Banquet CARROLLTON — A film on'Brooks, mother of the most chil- e.70-15 Mtlf '•Moll Gram vfoyl garden hoae with full-flow bran couplings. LJghtwwghl to bandit. •llackwall, royen, tuee>rype> P!u« toi end tire eff yewr c •I0AIOUSS Of CONDITION. RAYON 12 Month Road Hazard, Guarantee, NYLON 15 Month Road Hazard Guarantee •1°° for Nylons oX'3 00 for White walls Bvtry MU> Firtttont tirt it OUAMANTIID I. Aj»in«i dtteti in workman•hip tad material* for th» lite of UM original tread }. Afainat normal road haurd» <«xc*pt [»pait»bl» punctures) encountered in »v«ryday paaieoger car uw for the number of month* tpacified ItoMira made without charg*. repMOMMOte prorated on tread wear and betid on liat price* current at time of adjustment. BLACK BASS MUST HAVE ON WHICH TO SPAWN THEIR EGGS ALONG A LAKE'S SHORBUNES. IF THIS AREA BECOMES SILTED^THE BASS CAN'T REPRODUCE. TO REM- Epy THIS CONDITION, BUILD AND SINK GRAVEL-FILLED BOXES 3O' APART IN ^ OR 6' Of VWTER, AND NEAR SUNKEN BRUSH PILES YOU WILL PROVIDE. BOXES MUST BE TIGHT-SEAMED SO 6RAVEL AND SAND AREN'T FANNED OUT CRACKS BY SPAWNING BASS. SPLIT LOSS (SMOOTH SIDE IN) OR PLANKS DO FOR BOXES. TOW EMPTY BOXES TO LOCATIONS W BOAT. 6 RAVEL IS THEN ADDED TO SINK. MIX /« SAND WITH TOP V Of ©RAVEL. CLUBS AND SCOUTS CAN THUS IMPROVE FISHING WHERE NEEDED. "Naure Study and State Parks" i was shown by Mrs. Guy Petty and ! Mrs. Robert Pitsch at the mother- daughter banquet Sunday evening in the dining room of the Methodist Church. The event was attended by 80 mothers and daughters. Mrs. Kenneth Byland was mater of ceremonies and group singing was led by Mrs. Donald i Langer and Mrs. Ray Foiles, assisted by Miss Ann Alfeld, Miss Janet Eldred and Miss Judy Pitsch. Gifts were presented byi Mrs. John Byland to Mrs. Nellie Jacobs, the oldest mother present; Mrs. Sharon Short, the youngest mother present; Miss Jeannie Carter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | John Cartel- Jr., the youngest i daughter present; Mrs. Robert , IPilsch the mother of the mosi children present; Mrs. Norman dren, The program closed with a serenade, "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" by the men who had also prepared and served the meal. Open Daily 6:30. Start 7 p.m. Adults 50c—Kiddies 25c Matinee Sat. and Sun. Tonight at 8:30 p.m. Doris Day in "Midnight Lace" Tonight at 7:10 p.m. "12 To The Moon" Short Subjects 7 p.m. STARTING WEDNESDAY IAMB Pomm Shown at 8:50 p.m. Abbott & CoKtello Marjorie Main "THE WISHFUL WIDOW OF WAQON GAP" Shown at 7:30 p.m. Short Subjects 7 p.m. BEL*AiR MID 'AMIRICAl DRIVf'INSl APR I LAST NKiHT! Marilyn Clark Mont. Monroe Cable Clift "THE MISFITS" Color Wm. Holden HORSE SOLDIERS" John Wayne "THE STARTS TOMORROW! EUUKfll UUKNCC {DOC TAYLOR- MR VEYnSHEH BUTTERFIEID 8 Formerly Alt-Wood Drive-In •—LAST MUHTS! Yul Brvnner EU Wallach "!\l UJ.MFICKNT Exciting Jungle Hit "MACUMHA Drive-In TS! —| I Waliach I tfT 7" I l Hit I 0\ E" I STARTS TO.MOHKOW! tffrtH 4 I'lu*! "The Angel Wore Red" PU'S! "Wizard of ItrtghUad" OPEN «:30— START 7:00 __^^_^_^^_ where your dellor buyt MILES more 512 E. BROADWAY ALTON HOward Sit US I OR ^SPEEDWAY PROVED TIRES J - our (JUAMI Y is UNMAICHEU - uur PHil'S S are always LOW DOWN A WEEK OFCN DAILY tiOO A.M. • SsOO P.M. - FRIDAY tiOO HELD OVER by Popular Demand TONITE THRU SAT, STARLIGHT ": lOUff >«0 COUfQf AVi • AITON, HUNCX* OPENS AT 7:00 — STARTS AT 7:4R FIRST RUN SHOWING CHILDREN UNDER I« NOT ADMITTED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS Shown Tojiit* ttt 8:00 GSble Monroe iCIift the Misfits b*»nV St&OMf) BlU HIT HQ»i !• "PAIIS HOLIPAY" I CARTOONS FRCC U HIKKV! LAST S DAYS Tonite, Wed, Thur, OPEN 6:30 STARTS T f»J»l RAND Dilmrfians/^ •i FEATfitE SHUUiiSUtt—At Tiitft mid OHM PIUS: Wolf OUnty't "MYSTUIIS OP THI OUT' MINOEIf TNIITII T.

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