Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1961 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 13, 1961
Page 24
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THVMDAY, APRIL 13,1961 Wood River dub Women Hear Dr. D. E. Wanen ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE WCN9D RIVER — A eonmnm* fly 8W M Juditn by tfw rnwri* of tt'i woman'i olubi, Or. 0. E, Watwn told the Wo- won't Ctab at *N puttie it. bfiry Tirtiday. Om thtnt all women have In common It tin desire to join olut», and we mint have their leadership if we are to help the world, he Mid. the major problem in the country today K the tendency of young people to drift, with no reel goal, Dr. Wassen, associate professor of Southern minds University, Alton, point ed out Each youth must be faced with a challenge and we must examine ourselves and set a good example for these youngsters. "America is falling her young people because of the lack of mother In the home, because she !• working, or playing bridge, or having a good time. We must rally around the home again and make It the focal point of living," he stated. Mrs. D. E. Wassen, who stu died voice at the Vienna Conservatory, sang a medley of three Schubert selections as a program highlight. She was accompanied by Mrs. Harry Han son at the piano. Miss Patty Stormer, local high school girl sponsored by the club, who won first place in the high school division of the 22nd District sewing contest. was a guest at the meeting and modeled her prize winning entry for the club. Mrs. Joseph Traband displayed a citation received from the Illinois Federation of Woman's Clubs as second place winner in the Mother of the Year contest. Mrs. Traband was sponsored by the local club and endorsed by other clubs of the area and the 22nd District. Mrs. H. 1 W. Hadfleld. president, announced the club press book was awarded second place in district competition. The annual spring luncheon meeting of the American Home Department will be at 1 p.m. May 3 at the home of Mrs. L. D. Archer. Mrs. L. L, Baker is in charge of reservations which must be made by April 28. Mrs. PWffip Schoppet and Mrs. William Cox reported on their participation with state and district officers in the conducted tour of the state capitol and attendance at the meeting of the public health committee in Springfield Tuesday. Mrs. Warner L. Coffman was accepted as a new member. Memorial services in tribute to the late Mrs. Roland Hessenflow were conducted by Mrs. Palmyra Auto Firm' Damaged by Fire PALMYRA — lire swept the Interior of the Nortofi Chevrolet dhi and autumobfle nock, agency is operated by Bernard Norton formerly of Jetseyvnll, who has been in Palmyra fl* aboot a year. Mm. Norton and family joined him there about ttw weeks ago. Preliminary estimates <m amount to $80,000. equipment from Palmyra, Glrard, Modesto and Waverfy was pressed into service Before the flames were brought tinder control. The roof was de- the Interior badly pickup truck with heavy lots to both the Mil Telegraph Warn Adi turn fW* HNt tot. Mlt, AM* 1l> lilt OPIN DAILY •TIL 9 P.M.I Another ficluilve from Kroftr We 0<vt Hffh Dtnomlnvtfon Top VtlM Stamptt Official Vote Is Announced AtWoodRiver EAST ALTON - Official canvass of the April 4 township election returns, announced Wednesday, varied in seven instances from unofficial returns, although the official results did not alter the outcome. Curtis Summers elected auditor, was listed as having 100 less votes in the unofficial total. Summers vote total was 3,849, as compared with the unofficial listing of 3,749. Vote total changes were: Allen Tite ,tax collector, 3,718 to 3,715; Laviec D. Humphrey, tax collector, 3,525 to 3,526; Jerry L. Lamar, clerk candidate, 2,845 to 2,843; James P. Ufert. clerk candidate, 1,930 to 1,927; William Bryant, assistant supervisor, 3,669 to 3,613; and Don I. Floyd, tax assessor candidate, 1.785 to 1,700. Need Pages for Wood River Pageant WOOD RIVER — Entries for nominations of girls to serve as pages in the Wood River Township Jaycee sponsored "MU« Wood River Township Beauty Pageant" are lagging Dave Wirowtt, publicity chair. man for the event, reported today. Anyone desiring to nominate an 8, 9, or 10 year old girl for the honor can do so by listing her name, address and age on a postcard and mailing it to Gimmy's Drug Store, Ninth street, Rosewood Heights. The girls nominated must reside in Wood River Township. Winnett stipulated, and entries must be submitted no later than April 18, L. Dt Victor Home From Rexall Meeting L D. Victor of the Illinois Thrit- ty Oflig Co. was a delegate to the ItexaU Chain Drug Stores As- •oeiftttQR meetings at Beverly HUte, Calif., this week. It* ftetfiU Chain Drug Stores AMocifttioa U cowpogtvl uf nearly 100 retail drug chain* with a total of man than 1,200 outlets. Gross uuuul volume of toe organic- ticce represented at the meetings u mm tiw 1300,000,000. Wait Adi "CUCK" Want Ada D*Uy and two new can ort display destttjyed. Several othet left at the 8" rage fot were damaged. Loss of tlrw and other accessories was heavy. Origin of the blaze Is believed to have been in a fu building Is owned by Charles and Sjf WW8 *t <&n rcpBlM \m and tvy. Ittrftatrtttt nx. The ties and MFT Allotmenti To Mtintclpfllltles SPRfNOFlELD, ffl. - Illinois Extol Jennings and Is leased by Norton. municipalities hsvt wtn Allotted 13,102.908 it fhtfr tfor et motot fuel tax paid into the state turns- ury during Match, the Illinois Department of Finance repotted to- Allotments to the various municipalities Include: Alton $16,. OM; Ofltnvfflt vfllr ftaBi J« Wood River «,W Alton's RlUINMPi twnwd 5 (rtrwtn I Alhy, Alton, Qt Henry. 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