Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1961 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 17, 1961
Page 9
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MONDAY, APRIL IT, till ALTON TKLKGRAPH MOWN BAPTIST MEETING Four leaders at the IHIn<rfg*MlMOurl Youth Fellowship meeting held Friday evening and all day Saturday at Brown Street Bapttet Church. Standing before an audience ready to lead a workshop discussion period are: left, The Rev. Malcolm Cronk, of the Wheaton Baptist Church; the Rev. Gaylard Hamilton, of the host church; the Rev. Carl ftolwerda, of the Delhi Baptist Church; and the Rev. Ralph Crotty, of the Bunker Hill Baptist Church.--George Horton Photo. forces were recognized. They ineluded: In college, Ann Dye, Car- olp Jacobson (nursing), Jerry Medler, Harold Rathgeb Jr. Charles Richmond, Walter Weav- Ethel Hussey Class To Meet Tuesday Ethel Hussey Biblp Class of the Upper Alton Baptist Church wllller. Richard Lovejoy, David Luit. meet Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., In Peck i Larry Donahue. Joy Harder. Memorial Hall. I Mary Ruth Titchenal (nursing), Hostesses will DP, Mrs. Maudr'R°bert Allen, Donald Nevins, Jill Wightman, Mrs. Ruth Ruylp. andiCraigmiles, Jett Pinkerton, San- Mrs. Ethel Jouett. Mrs. Daisy idra Rives, Sam Musgrove, Dick Rhoads will lead'thp devotions. 1 Musgrove. Brian Patterson. Mrs. Gladys Clark and Mrs. Jesse! In the armed forces ' Gerald Davis will be in charge of enter- jPerica, Harry Steockel, Ted Rock, tainment. I Mark Patterson, and Milton West- The film, "Operation Abolition" : brook will be shown. Mrs. William Petersen will be the commentator. Husbands are invited. 'both central standard times, ne Fire Damages SmalJ Building at Bethatto BETHALTO - firt in g Hhflall building at the war of tM George Chaplin home, TOB T St.,, Saturday, caused considerable damage Fire Chief Lester Cook said. The fire apparently started when a coal stove exploded, Conk ,«ald. The alarm was turned in by Sieve Melnlnger, a carrier tot the Alton Evening Telegraph. Firemen were on the scene for an hour with two pumper truck* and emergency vehicle. Cook said firemen were hampered from gaining access to a fire plug on Williams street by "sight-seers" ond motorists. Fire Chief Cook announced that bystanders and teenagers In au tomobtles have hampered firemen in other recent fires In the area. He said the Fire Department will Instruct village police to arrest persona who Interfere with firemen and equipment In the future. CARACAS-Veneztrela hat authorized citrus seeU imports. Comi? iMrtilfi neoNni Dr. Scboll'i v| «~~*-* TOlwVS OOfM, KM tOM, tender _____ •pott* Tney Aito f0ifiov§ oofM ow of the quteuMt way* known to medl MlMtoBW. Zlno-padi ar« wat«t-rep«l lent—do not come off in th« bath O»t thto truly wonderful raUtf today I)' Scholls Six Cadets Sing In Opera 'Tosca' Pry Vending Machine Off Wall, Get Money A vending machine was pried off the wall of the Dance Service Station, 3690 E. Broadway, Sun_. ... . ,..,.. . , 'day. police reported. The thieves Six Western Military Academy | removed cadets appeared in the opera "Tos-i ca" last wppk and other Alton and area music students will appear Jn other productions in St. Louis in Summer Train Schedule Given The summer schedule for trains the next four weeks. Cadets Bruce Krantz, James Pottorf. George Durham, William DaXnemiller, Alexander Alcalde|" tthc G.M.&O. Railroad at the and Mario Martinez were part of Col| ege Avenue station will see the choir in first act scene of thej two changes. E. H. Moody, ticket St. Louis Civic Grand Opera Assn. ! ag ^ nt said todav production at Kiel Auditorium. !_. The train leaving Alton fcr The boys are members of the Ul '5 a S° a ' ^* P-m. will leave on I The train leaving here at 10:30 !p.m. will change to 9;30 p.m. 'tral time on April 30. . Last year the adjustment of • time schedules for the summer resulted in confusion. Seventy-five people missed the 5:05 p.m. train in the first two days, records showed. Farmers Union to Meet at Carlinville CARLINVILLE — Walter Johnston, vice-president of the Illinois REA, will speak at meeting of the Macoupin County Farmers Union at St. Mary's Hall in Carlinville, Friday at 7:30 p.m. Johnston has recently returned from Washington, where he appeared before members of the House of Representatives on behalf of rural electric administration. Johnston, who lives at Girard. is president of the Auburn j Eilectric Co-op. Donald Well of Brighton will NEW MISS ALTON Miss Martha Little, sponsored by Women's Apparel, was crowned Miss Alton, Vogue's 961, Saturday night at West Junior. She was selected from ten entrants in the pageant. Miss Little appeared in swim suit, and formal competition, in addition to her talent, which was a comic routine. YOU WILL FIND ALL YOUR OFFIOE SUPPLY NEEDS AT GODWIN'S • Smlfh-Corona Typtwrlttn Manual and Electric • Victor Adding MachiMi and Caleulatori • Complete Service Department GODWIN Alton's Commercial Stationer 114 E, Ireadway , Dial HO 5-775* Gets Chicken Pox For Fourth Time Steven Slater, 10, son of Alton Police Patrolman and Mrs. Bidwell Slater, seems on the way to setting some sort of record. He was home from school today, ill of chicken pox. It is the fourth time he has been a victim of the disease, according to his mother. Steven is a fourth grade student at Lincoln School. The Slat- reside at 212 E. 10th St. DAMASCUS—Syria now permits the import of some specified plastics formerly barred. speak on fertilizers. Well has recently completed a four - year course in Agronomy at SIU. Western Glee Club which is directed by Kaye Shanahan. Eighteen others in the "Tosca" choir were from this area, and all students of Mrs. Shanahan. Joyce Helm, of Wood River, another of her students, will have the part of the shepherd in "Fedora", Wednesday. This will be followed by "Faust" In which another Shanahan Studio student, Jan Stosky, will have the principal contralto part. and after April 30 at 4 20 p.m. "VAN'S T HE MAN" VANPRETER FOR MAYOR Election: Tuesday, April 18, 1961 I, Bank of Alton to Pay Daily Rate The Bank of Alton today started paying daily interest on savings accounts. This is one of the newest features of banking which started in the east. Formerly the interest was figured on a six months basis. As an example: If a depositor placed $200 into his account last October, drew out $50 in January, j and his six months interest period came due on April 1, he not onlv would be paid interest on the $150 for six months but for $50 for three months. Under the new system the interest will be credited to the account quarterly instead of twice a year. Youthful Driver Hits Filling Station Rack Sixteen-year-old Phillip T. Mann- weller, of Normandy, St. Louis county, ran his automobile into an oil rack at the Smith's Service Station, Brown street and Washington avenue, Sunday, 3:35 p.m., police reported. Eight quarts of oil were smashed and the rack was damaged, police said. '',.<»•- > List Events at , Upper Alton Baptist Junior Missionary circle will meet tonight, 7)30, at the Upper Alton Baptist Church. Sanctuary choir will rehearse Thursday, 7:30 p.m., at the church* In other newt: The church observed Christian Education Day, Sunday. Members attending ooJlige or in the armed <Tu<< ; j. jjp jMk MpftiJMlli SET ^^^^^ jj^^^^^w- ^^ GREATEST SALE ON EARTH! Krogei Freestone—Sliced or Halve* Peaches . . 5*&n. 3 $1 Krogei Freestone—Sliced 01 Halves Peaches . . 3 N SI Kroger—Chunk or Sliced Pineapple . . 3 No. 8 Cans 50 Top Value Stamps in each package CREIYIELITE LAYER CAKES -59< Golden Sno, Chocolate Devils Food or Lord Baltimore. 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