Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1961 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, April 15, 1961
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SATURDAY, APRU. 18, 1W1 AUIUN BVUN1NO TBUUftAm Jersey Cancer Fund Drive WiliBeLaunchedMonday JKRfflCYVtLLE - The meeting for the Jersey Comfy Cancer fund drive has been scheduled tor Monday evening at the East Elementary School at 8:30 p.m. A lunch will be served at that hour. The principal speaker will be Dr. H. E. Wuentenfeld of this city. Other numbers on the evening's program will be presented by American Association of University Women for the coming year. Uwfflcf JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Alfred Belermannn a past president of the Jenwyvllle Junior Woman's Club, has been installed as 20th District director of the Junior Gubs of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs and will assume her duties June 1 for a pupils from the dance school ofj period of two years, Mrs. Ray Brickey Jr. The ,.«.„„,,' «„_, A corps of volunteer workers has been announced by Al Schleper, chairman for the drive this year. Named AAtJW Officer The "Naomi Burrwmeyer Trophy" has also been received by the Jerseyville Junior Woman's Club In recognition of the fact they had the Inrgest attendance I of any club In the district at the JERSEYV1LLE — Miss Betty i two Junior Club banquets. The Roth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.! local club had 53 per cent of their Jersey Man Gets Year at State Farm JfiRSB¥VtLLfi- A wnttnoe of one year at the Illinois State Farm at Vandalla was Imposed on OHIe Price of Jerseyvllle In County Court Thursday morning by Judge John Self. Price pleaded guilty Wednesday to an information charging him with a violation of the malicious mischief statute. Price was first charged with arson after a fire at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Malt! more. He waived preliminary hearing and*was bound over to (he March grand Jury. He subse- rnjently waived indictment and pleaded guilty to the information as filed charging htm with malic Gus Roth of Jerse.wllle music'membership at the banquets. Instructor in Carrollton Highj The new district officers wereiiotis mischief. School, has been elected secre-jinstalled at the annual spring! Price was taken to Vandalla tary of the Carrollton Chapter of junior Club Banquet held in the;Friday morning by Deputy Sher Masonic Temple in Jacksonville, j iff Howard Anderson and City Police Officer Dale Ogden. Born JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Delbert Allen of Dow have !fflven the name Karen Renee to | their infant daughter born April 9 at the Jersey Community Hos- j pital. The baby, weighed 6 pounds 1 ounce. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Alice Gisy of Dow and Mr. and Mrs. .lesse Allen of Jerseyville and is a great grand Fieldon 50th Port Officer* of Graf ton Eastern Stan Honored NEWEST IMPROVEMENT Trees planted on Central avenue, near the Elm street bridge by the Future Farmers of America of the Alton High School. Each year the Community Service League sponsors a tree beautification project, and the boys help with the planting. Mrs. Hubert Allen places tree in hole as Paul Olaes- ser, FHA club sponsor, pours on the fertilizer.—-Staff Photo. GRAFTON — Past officer* were honored Thursday night by he Graf ton Order of Eastern Stats at the Masonic Temple. Past officers filling the sta- Ions were: Mrs. Ora Brainerd, worthy matron; Leo Hooper, worthy patron; Velma Wlldt, associate matron; Darrell Wildt, associate patron: Ethel Brad risen, secretary; George Healey, treasurer; Sylva Mae Schallen berg, conductress; Gill Weiland, associate con ductress; Edith Graham, chaplain: Tillle Groppel, organist; Roy Schallenberg, marshal: Alma Amburg, Adah; Llona Legate, Ruth; Luly Mae Terry Martha: Anna Stahl, Electn: Edith Legate, warder; Frerl Graham, sentinel; W. Weiland, color bearer and Cumi Dunlope, soloist. Guest of honor was Mrs. Imogene Dabbs. A song was (dedicated In her honor by Forrest Duncan. Gifts were presented to the past officers by the worthy matron and worthy patron, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Gisy. Hostesses were Mrs. W. Wleland, Mra, Dan Wleland, Mrs. J. Watson, Mrs. H. Davidson, Mrs. Bertha Lyons and Mrs. Verna Wertt. Club Women to Meet ORAFTON - The Woman's Club will meet Monday night at the Methodist Annex for their April meeting with members o the Marquelte Home Bureau Unit as guests. There will also he a guest speaker and specla music. Think WorlifefVt owfti, u» itttf fMpM that tin wwW t* trow! dctpltt Mv}i stsrt ortrit in Samuel the tntewsHwitl flit search 8oclsly, MM! •1 am convlnwd that landed back on a hortwrrttl pteCfc of earth after circuiting whit might be described at a tort ttf saucer." , ^ Shurtleff College first fWI Alton College and was named far • Boston benefactor. .':;.' ELECT _. .-.L.-.. INDEPENDENT QUALIFIED ED. ABERNATHY VILLAGE TRUSTEE EAST ALTON, ILL. „„___ ELECTION: TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1981 • Term expiring Constable Wood River township • Chairman "McDonnell Unit", past president Local 250, United Plant Guard Workers • Home owner. 30 years In Bast Alton. • Is not and will not be dominated by any ONE or CLIQUE, VOLR VOTE AND SUPPORT GREATLY APPRBCIATKD and! April 11. 1911, at Hardin by Justice JERSEYVILLE — Mr. dmiRhter of Mrs, Clara Stamper;Mrs. Perry Hamilton of Fieldon'of The Peace George B. Chllds. of Dow. The couple has a son will mark their golden wedding j The first 21 years of their mar- Kevin Gregory, aged 3'i years. !anniversary Sunday with a pot- ricd life were spent in Calhoun Announce Birth of Daughter i luf:l< din " er at lhe Business Boos- JERSEYVILLE - Mr. andi tpr Cluh Building in Fieldon. Mrs. Marlon Varnle of Jersey- Mr. Hamilton and the former ville are the parents of a (tough-;'Miss Lillie Beer were marriedj County. They then moved to Jer-j sey County where they have con-| tinued to make their home. ! They are the parents of onei on and one Vote Set for May 20 Edwardsville Hospital Facts Listed by C. of C. habeen Mae . $ GET YOUR BONUS BUCKS $ MONTICELLO PLAZA! Win Merchandise and Service Certificates! Iseyville and is a great grand-i grandchildren. Mrs. Hamilton 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James (has one brother, August Beer of Bell of Jerseyville. EAST ALTON WANTS CLEAN WATER! ELECT HOWARD L SHELTON FOR MAYOR TUES,, APRIL 18 Hamburg and Mr. Hamilton has I two sisters. Mrs. Harry Ringhausen, 'Elberry, Mo., and Mrs. Mary Deckinger of St. Louis, ! Mo. I Jersey Church Services Listed JERSEYVILLE — Harold Lane will use EDWARDSVILLE - The Hospital Committee of the local Chamber of Commerce Thursday adopted a statement of facts and policy concerning the proposed hospital district, to be voted upon The Rev.i' iere ^ a V 20. containing an in- 'Wells With-i tel 'P''etation of the hospital dis- | HISTORIC GAZETTE j PLANS TO GIVE UP ! RAWALPINDI, Inia — The j! Civil and Military Gazette, once ! edited by Rudyard Kipling, hasj 5 j served notice it intends to su- j spend publication in notices o *! staff ers and news agencies. The 'out Water" for his sermon theme iat the morning worship service Sunday at First Baptist Church, land his message at the evening trict law and a "reasonable" forecast of the operation of the proposed district here. The statement indicated that funds immediately available will provides for a hospital of about 50 beds, but that the board of directors may decide it would be wiser to plan for a larger hospital. "If been in difficulties on several Sunday'and at 2:30 p.m. there will | so, they would call a bond refer- occasions since India's partition, i be a worship service conducted at endum asking permission to bor- service will be "What Next?" There will be a Baptismal service in the evening. At the First Methodist Church publication, now 90 years old, has morning worship is at 10.45 a.m. First In Alton Area! EFFECTIVE MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1961 DAILY INTEREST ON INSURED SAVINGS! AT GODFREY STATE BANK FROM DAY OF DEPOSIT TO DAY OF WITHDRAWAL AT A FULL 3% RATE! Other savings accounts pay interest only when savings remain on deposit to the end of an interest paying period. If you withdraw money in the middle of an interest period you lose all the interest it has earned since the period started. Only at Godfrey State Bank in -the Alton Area you get interest every day your savings are on deposit from day of deposit to day of withdrawal. This is I just One More Good Reason why You Should Do Your Banking at Alton's Newest Progressive Bank. Waters' Nursing Honje. The MYF j, Junior, Junior High and Senior row the additional funds required. The voters of the district would , , I High groups will meet at 6: 30! then determine whether they ap- |p.m. and the evening worship isjprove of starting with the larger iat 7:30 p.m. | hospital or preferred to start with Dedication services for the new| the unit. In any case, we educational building of the First j would e *P ect the ** rd to be far ' Presbyterian Church will be held| s 'g hted enou & to construct a hos- at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Open house. Pital designed for later enlarge- in the new building takes place n>ent." from 4 to 5:30 p.m. ! It. is the belief of the committee Recuperating From Surgery | that district' hospitals throughout JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Zig-1 1Ui " ois ' "™\ few exceptions, are man Thomas of Mexico, Mo .,j«-el] run and efficient, formerly of JerseyviUe, came; As to retirement of bonded inhere Wednesday to spend two-1 debtedness, it was stated that weeks at the home of her brother-! without referendum, the maxim-law and' sister, Mr. and Mrs. | mum indebtedness for construe Francis Worthey, and with other relatives. She is recuperating from surgery which she recently underwent at the Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. Kennedy Will Leave Capital in Afternoon WASHINGTON (AP) — President Kennedy hopes to leave Washington this afternoon by helicopter to spend the rest of the weekend at his leased estate near Middleburg, Va. Mrs. Kennedy and their three- year-old daughter Caroline left Washington lor Glen Ora Friday. The Kennedys expect to return to the White House Monday morning. tion and improvements would be $800,000 at not more than 5 per cent interest. "We would expect this to be retired over a 20-year period which would require a tax levy of 11.3 cents per $100. If the board suggests additional financing and if the residents vote to approve this, the additional levy for a 20-year retirement period at 5 per cent interest would be approximately 1.4 cents for each $100,000 additional bonded indebtedness." The committee said they expected an operating loss for the first two years, but that thereafter "A well-run district will stay verj close to the break-even point with a slight profit in some years and a slight loss in others." \oa Are Cordially Invited To Attend.. IN OUR NEW OFFICE SATURDAY, APRIL 15 SUNDAY, APRIL 16 . 12 NOON to 5 P.M- 12 NOON to 5 P.M- Harry F. Hemphill AGENCY Central Ave. at Union ALTON, ILLINOIS "Alton-Wood River Area Leader in*Real Estate Sales' ************************************** MORE GOOD REASONS TO BANK WITH GODFREY STATE BANK! 1. Free Parking Always ...Right at our door! 2. Two Drive Up Win. dew* . . . Bank right in your car! 3. Readily accessible ... in convenient Monticello Plaza! No traffic problems . . . no congested streets' 4. Complete One-Stop Banking Service . . . Consumer loans . . . Thrift accounts, etc.! 5. Completely safe ... All accounts insured for $10,000 by P.O. I.C.! o. Experienced, friendly personnel... eager to serve you! NO PARKING METERS No Trash Assessment Come to Monticello Plaza and Open Your Savings Account - Or Call Us at HO 6-3446 and We WIN Tell You How You Can Start Your Account by Mall! H You Have a Financial Problem - Remember You Have a Friend At Godfrey State Bank "Yew JVortMcfe Oiiv«-Ia tea*" MONTWfUO MAIA INOPMN* CINTM ON 000NICV ROA8 Completed Plans for Senior Housing Projoc! Aroa's Most Oomiloto And Snporvisod Playgrounds t Niw Mercury Vapor Straat Lif Ming Niw MfifltHIBOl Barest aid NOW! All this and More to Come! "VAN'S THE MAN" *With the future plan for yeur continued succest Share in the Benefits of Efficient Management RE-ELECT MAYOR •< EAST ALTON 30 yeors of guidance by experience has achieved East Alton the proud reputation - - "MORE FOR THE CITIZENS FROM THE TAX DOLLAR". Most prof ressive and efficiently operated village in the State of Illinois. ************ ELECTION: APIIL It, 1961 ************ NO WHEEL TAX Tax Decrease Six Consecutive Years * * * * * * New $118000 Municipal Bidding Frpm Salts Tax KtvenMt Ability to Encourage Niw Buiintu And Industry New Fin Horn and Flrt Tint k Prten Stiff Tw Itv Httonut IffWNl J * * * * * * * * * * *

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