Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 12, 1961 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 12, 1961
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, APRIL 13,1W1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH NEW PRINTING SHOP Jeanne Yaknblan and his wife look over one of the presses in the new printing firm of vakublan and Wright In Morgan Center, 386 fidwardsvflle Rd., Wood River. In addition to the printing plant which Yakubtan and Richard Wright are operating, Yaku- blan has also opened his commercial art studio of Yakublan and Associates. —Staff Photo. Six Businesses Morgan Shopping Center New Wood River Venture Wood River Cubs Presented Awards WOOD RIVER - BHl Coalson was presented an award at the Monday meeting of Cub Pack at Washington School, In recognition of perfect attendance at pack meetings during the past three years. Plans were made to hold a fam _ . uck at the Westerner Club tail center. j and indoor party equipment | lodge as the May 8 pack meeting Two of the principal businesses!_A 'first' for the area at Morgan, Dur i ng the court of awards, Wil liam Hicks, cubmaster, made the presentation of badges to: Davit Jones, Paul Hoover, Mike Hair Darrell Shandrow, Brent Whitlock WOOD RIVER — Morgan Center Shopping Area, 386 Edwardsville Rd., with six new businesses, appears to be another indication The firm rents all types of hand and power tools to the "do- it-yourselfer" and to commercial tradesmen. They plan to expand of faith in Wood River as a re-i their business to include lawn| t)y to the Morgan Center Building!Center is a combination "Swash" •re operated by Jeanno Yakubi-jcoin operated laundry, and beau«n, local artist. One of the firms, j tt shop. Paul Taiclet, who operates located in the basement of the a "Swash" in the Wilshire Mall at East Alton has opened a second such operation in Morgan Center. At the rear of the coin operated laundry is the "B-Lov-Lee" Beau- |ty Salon, being operated by Miss Pat Besaw and her operator, Mrs. structure, is called Yakubian and Associates, which will feature all forms of commercial art work, including menus, technical brochures, etc. A second firm of Yakubian and be Wright Pirnting Co. in an adjoin- Joyec Ventrees. tog section of the building is a! T^ is scheduled to Joint venture of Hakubian andiauto radiator repair service and Richard Wright. Bill Clark, wolf; Robert Culp, David Wilkerson bear; Louis Peach, Brent Whit lock, James Campbell, David Wil kerson, gold arrows; Kenneth Stahlhut, Randy Butler, Roger an | Lewis, David Sullivan, Loui Peach, Brent Whitlock, John a motor tune up and carburetor Wright, who has had 18 years rebuldlng firm opened at the center soon. Pat Fuller willl oprate the radiator repair portion and Bob Churchwell will be in charge of the motor tuneups and carbura- tion work printing experience, has teamed up with Yakubian's artisitc abilities. In addition to printing of commercial art work, the firm of Yakubian and Wright will feature job printing. The printing plant features a 22 by 17 webb offset press a multl- Uth offset and other equipment. Yakubian, who has been active In art locally through his formation of the Poly Arts Guild and other art activities, has degree from Woodbury College, Lbs Angeles, and was art director at McDonald Aircraft Co., St. Louis, until recently resigning to start his own business. A large section of the building is being used by Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Morgan, owners of the struc- Plan Banquet WOOD RIVER - The Woman's Guild of St. Johns United Church of Christ E and R will sponsor a mother and daughter banquet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the church. jyirs. Homer, Burk and Mrs, Orval Burk are serving as co-chairmen of arrangements. Other coming events on the Guild calendar include: State Hospital Day April 21, and the biennial meeting of the Region Peecher, David Wilkerson, silve arrows. Mrs. Louis Reviews Book WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Romie Louis, East St. Louis, gave a review of the book, "The Stuffed Shirt", by delFigero at the Mon day evening guest night meeting of PEO Chapter FC at the norm of Mrs. Fred Berry. Mrs. Louis highlighted her review on the Mexican story wit remarks of her experiences on c recent tour of Mexico. Wood River Chapter JE and Ed wardsvftle Chapter ED were invi ed as guests of the meeting whicl was preceded with v a desser luncheon. Alton has been a city since Ju ly of 183T. Before that, it ha Woman's Guild at Staunton April!town government 26. Wood River WOM Hear Mrs, Biehl WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Florence Blehl, Belleville, past grand conn- llor, was guest speaker at the Tuesday meeting of the Women of the Moose at the Moose hall. Speaking of the work of the or- Ranlzatlon, Mrs. Blehl said much can be accomplished toward the letterment of the community, the odge, etc., by all members work- ng together under capable lead whip. Mrs. Clement Stone, chairman, md the Momemaklng committee, conducted the Chapter Night program. Mrs. Wesley, Dudley, senior regent, announced the spring banquet will be at the Rose Bowl In ranlte City at 6:30 p.m. Monday. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Lena Sly until Thursday evening. Mrs. Mike Dosen and Mrs. Lavern Schenk were initiated. The white elephant sale, conducted during the social hour by Mrs. Harold Freeman and Mrs Sly, netted a profit of apprcod mately $25. Prizes for games were awardec :o Mrs. Albert Meyers, Mrs. El mer St. Peters and Mrs. A. Cook PEG Meeting WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Roy Ad arm used colored slides to Illustrate her talk on "Hawaii" as the program feature at the Monday meeting of PEO Chapter JE a the home of Mrs. Gaines Smith. Mrs. Adams also modeled a native costume. Plans were made for the Apri 24 meeting at the home of Mrs Norman Mozley. MARRIED 50 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Gilford Wisdom of Jersey County wffl mark their 50th anniversary April 28 at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Simon nay In Kendall Hills. They are parents of seven daughters. Wisdoms of Jersey County To Mark 50th Anniversary Roxana PTA to Meet Thursday ROXANA - Roxant PTA will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Alison school gym. Officers win e elected. Miss Vivian Ferrell will present group of Junior high musicians. Miss Doris McCann will talk on overall guidance program oi toxana schools. Circles to Meet ROXANA-The Circles of the First Presbyterian church will meet Thursday. The morning cir le will meet at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Keith McFarland 9M ISbatfAl » Wnnri niual" tha No Injuries in WoorlRiverExpIosion WOOD RIVER— No one was injured in an explosion and fire in an alkaltzation unit at American Oil Co. refinery at 11:10 p.m. Tuesday. The blaze was quickly brought under control. The blast was thought to have occurred in a naptha pipe, but the cause has not been determined. a company spokesman said today. Damage to the unit WOOD RIVER - Mr. and Mrs. Gilford Wisdom of Jersey County will observe their golden wedding annlverary Sunday, Ap ril 23, with open house from 2 untt was said to be minor. 5 p.m. in the home of the! daughter, Mrs. Simon Hay, 56- Crestview Dr. two miles east o Wood River on Edwardsvill road. No invitations have bee mailed. Mr. Wisdom and the forme Miss Kathryn Kirkpatrick wer married April 5, 1911, at Winchei ter, 111. Their entire married 111 was spent in Wood River an afternoon drcte at 1:90 p.m. the home of Mrs. Cart Ow|wy, 136 ft. tyefeman, Rerwm, and the evening etrele will nleet at 7:35 p.m. at Ihe home of Mrs. Joe Williams, 204 Rohm Place, Roxana. fiftpltet KotM ROXANA - The Men's Bible class of First Baptist Church •t the chtiwrv itimui^LL in 111 mtmm 1Mb' i iiumwy pitvfvi^vivi i^^v dfly tfM ftlRnt fnrCfNi BJ Women'* Missionary UnWfl mfi be guests of the clety of the Jetwmgt Churchm jS«mrtfa feiefrtph Want AS FOR MEN ONLY! flel AoiMlRtri Off* Men's one-half soles And heels 18.00 (regular 14.911) Men's nthber heels 91.00 (ftftttftr ft.Sil) Saws Machine Sharpened • Alt Work GmrantMd WOOD RIVER SHOE REBUILOERI 18 Wood River Avenue, Wood River, til. ft. Kennedy 731 square miles. Wood River-Hartford Teachers Get Raise WOOD RIVER—Salary increases for all teachers and principals in School District 15 were approved during a meeting ofv the board in Lewis-Clark School Tuesday evening. Pay increases for principals amount to $200 a year while teachers will receive hikes from $200 to $400 according to their tenure. The salary schedule calls for $200 annual increases for the first five years in the district, and $100 annual increases after that. Salaries for bachelor degrees will run from $4,700 to $6,600 up to 14 years of service in the district. Teachers with bachelor degrees and 16 hours extra .jpllege work start at $4,800 and receive a maximum of $8,800 with 15 years ex- penence. Teachers with master degrees start at $5,000 and go to $7,000 with 16 years experience. of credit will start at $5,200 and run to $7,300. During the district reorganiza- tional meeting preceeding the regular board meeting, Hugh Worthen was elected board president and Jack Walker was re-elected secretary. The board authorized the reception of bids for the installation of windows and repairs on the roof and guttering at Washington School; painting and water fountain installation at Lewis-Clark School; water fountain installation at all buildings and concrete and ceiling work and the installation of a sink cabinet at Woodrow Wilson School. Hartford until 14 years ago when County is j they moved to Jersey County. | Mr - Wisdom is a retired carpenter. Seven daughters of the couple are planning the reception. They are: Mrs. Maurice Schupbach, of Wood River; Mrs. Hubbard Catlett of Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Lois Heflin of Bethatlo; Mrs. Simon Hay of Wood River; Mrs. Ed Westoff of Rosewood Heights; Mrs. Floyd Hagen of Jerseyville and Miss Kathleen Wisdom of Eastjjjj Alton. The couple also has 17 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Special Purchase In any weather, here's how to keep warm in the loveliest way: select your new spring coat from our collection of top fashions. PRICED FROM $ 29 Spring TOPPERS JUNIORS MISSES • HALF SIZES Tailor ants are able to bind lleaves together into nests, using threads of sticky silk exuded by ant larva. Schjoeffer' 108 W. Third St. Phoitt HO 5-7621 i'lBiiiiBllllBIUlBllllBMB!!! Bids will also be taken black topping grounds at for all 1 schools. | A motion was approved to in-j elude a protective and liability clause in contracts for repair, im- ture, for operation of thier Wood) Mrs. Stanley Sprague has been River Tool Rental Co., formerly located for five years on Shamrock street in East Alton. selected to serve as delegate the summer, conference in Elmhurst in June. 100% FOAM 6-PC. SLEEPER SET SOfA-SLEEPER, ARM CHAIR, STEP TABU, COCKTAIL TABU, TABLE LAMP, POLE LAMP <*# $140 Wood River Club Told About Mouth-to-MouthRespiration WOOD RIVER — The process of administering mouth to mouth respiration was explained by Dr. Daniel Platt, anesthetist of the Alton Memorial Hospital at the Monday meeting of the Junior Woman's Club at the public library, v Before artificial respiration is applied, one should make sure the patient's mouth and throat is free of all liquid and foreign matter, he stated. The breathing rate should be about 12 breaths per minute with pressure gauged according to the physical size of the patient Dr. Platt also explained the use of hypnosis and anesthesia treating patients. Final plans were made for the April 23 "Bowling Day" for the boys of Lincoln Lodge of the Boys Town of Illinois. The youths will be entertained by the club at the Alton Acme Bowling AHey. Mrs. Sam Kusmanoff, general! chairman, announced May 10 as; the deadline for reservations to; the annual spring banquet May 24 at the Wood River Knights of Columbus Hall. Mrs. Hugh Thatcher and Mrs. Rpbert Boone were named to represent the club at future meeting of the United Fund. You Get More From CARSON ...And You 8-1 BRIDAL PAIR $110.00 Value $71150 No Mmey Dowiil I Ytavi T0 Pfly IS YEAR* OF "AIR SQUARI OIAUNOS HI ALTON •UY WITH construction of school buildings. with master degrees and 16 hours and Friday Nlfhti Until I P.M. THICK 4-IMCH FOAM CUSHIONS! FOR SITTING OR SLEEPING! Here's the group that has everything . . , beauty, quality, and a price that challenges comparison. And when extra guests drop in, here's perfect sleeping comfort, too. Your choice of handsomely striped decorator covers that zip-off for easy cleaning. HEY, BOYS-YOUR CAR READY FDR DERBY INSPECTION? tofBnyifcuttteof^^ cw. An tmp^ntrte^ w^aOpouito^ official stamp of approval on your or. Then comes the thrill of taking part in the local raw and shooting for the chaw ID iwttant your amnuatty at Akron, Ohio, to tha ANMcan Soap Box Derby on August 20. And, if yw raakt It there ili at* oifftf thrills ahead-meeting all the other champs from the U.S. and towZ MO: the nation! Sritte who'll be on hand? But tost of all, there's the witement of fy I start of JIS.OQO in scholarships and natonal recognition. So-just give by Ajtu Jwiir Obtain if Art RUIHy Iroi. fttwltt NO DOWN PAYMENT 36 MONTHS TO PAY FREE PARKING IN REAR OF MAIN STORE CHWARTZ^ H W. IIIUiUMJN AVI . . WOOh WVI I- 1

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