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Shorewood Sentinel June 1962

Transcription: The Shorewood Sentinel (handwritten)

725-2973

June 2-8, 1962

Vol. II No. 23

SCHOOL’S OUT – VACATION TIME IS HERE

Did you ever think about the time you were in school, mainly when that last bell of the

school year rang. You, and me and a host (or mob) of kids came out the doors, shirtails

(sic) flying like it was a canon blast, set of (sic) by the teachers, instead of a bell. I had a

teacher one time who cried the last day of school. I don’t believe to this day it was

because she would miss us for those three months. I think it was one of two reasons

which are, it would only be three months until she had to cope with us again, or that her

nerves were so shot, the sudden release, like a rubber band coming back with a snap, and

she was crying for JOY. The books will be forgotten, the shoes stuck under the bed, and

the bare feet and swimming suits will be the “high” fashions. The school shirts, pants,

and pretty starched dresses will be forgotten, except on Sunday. Boys will be seen

running to the river with their fishing poles and wiggling worms to catch that “big one”

they didn’t last summer. The sunburns will be in style as Shorewood has two swimming

“holes” within easy access to the kids. But, of course, the fathers still must work to

supply more food for this now more hungry-than-ever broods, and the mothers will have

more wet towels than ever to wash and keep in ready supply. The doors will be

constantly opening and shutting, for the cry of the summer will be “I’m hungry, Where’s

my ball, Bat, or Jump rope? Or maybe it will be “Mom, here comes the ice cream man,

Do you have a dime? Gee, Mom, that was yesterday. What about today? I need

something cold to cool me off now. Aw, gee, whiz, what good is cold water when a guy

needs a bottle of pop or somethin’?” CHEER UP, MOM! IT’S ONLY FOR THREE

MONTHS! UGH!!!

NOTICE!!!

Due to a broken typewriter, we had the decision of using another one, or not running the

paper this week. After careful consideration, and deciding it would be easier (sic) hire a

substitute typist, who has a typewriter, then to run in answer to the ringing phone in

answer to why? (sic) there was not paper, we did the next best thing. Please forgive any

short comings you may find in this edition. Editor – A. Blaser –

725-2973 SAINT JUDES GRADUATES

June 2-8, 1962 At nine o’clock mass, on Sunday

Page II June 3, the following

Shorewood

FIRE DEPARTMENT NEWS residents will receive diplomas.

TROY HOMECOMING Robert Bessette (sic)

The Troy Township Volunteer Fire Robert Schwartz

Department, which yearly sponsors a William Stewart

homecoming announce that this year’s Sally Terlep

will be held June 24, 1962 – 10 a.m. – Suzan (sic) Terlep, and Linda Wirtz

till — ??? The Troy Sportsmen’s Club At a ceremony held Monday, May

have generously offered the use of their 28, fourteen small fry were grad-

grounds for this years affair. The Ladies uated from Kindergarten. Robin

Auxiliary will be in charge of the food, Connolly, Cindy Hahn, Richard

and the menu will include sandwiches, Hunckler (sic), Frdrick (sic) Kunhart,

roast beef, beef barbecue, ham, hotdogs. Jr., George Muentnich, Judy Pubents

also included will be home made pies, Dianne Sheridan, Linda Skocy,

cakes, potato (sic) salad, baked beans, Stanley Smith, Karen Theobald,

etc. Trap Shoot starts at 11 a.m. Dart Mark Hill (sic), Tommy Diamond,

board games (sic) fish pond (sic) Peggy Richardson, and Mike

children’s races and refreshments. A Mike Schwartz.

drawing will be held, for which only FIRE DEPARTMENT

AUXILIARY

five-hundred tickets will be sold. BANQUET MONDAY

FIRST PRIZE – $150.00 Septic Tanks Cesspools, Cisterns

SECOND PRIZE – $75.00 Cleaned “Anderson Septic Tank

THIRD PRIZE – $25.00 Service” BUD ANDERSON

Ticket committee, Jim Keers, Paul Barns, HO 2-5944 OR SA 7-3485

and Bill Kobe. Tickets may be purchased 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE

from any of the firemen. The Friday night HO-2-2711

games at the Fire barn are continuing. For TREASURE ISLAND DRUGS

those who do not care for Pinochle, Euchre, Francis C. Moss, R. Ph.

or other card games, Bunco is also played. U.S. 66 at U.S. (illegible)

Firemen’s monthly meeting, Tuesday.

SHOREWOOD CHURCH OF GOD

Sunday School — 9:30 A.M.

Morning Worship – 10:30 a.m., with

The message being brought by Reverend

Arthur Miller.

Sunday Evening Worship – 7:00 p.m.

Bible Study and Prayer Meeting

Wednesday – 7:00 p.m.

Anyone needing transportation may call

725-9372 AT TROY SCHOOL

Kelley’s Cities Service Cities Service

725-9707 (sic)

GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH TROY SCHOOL

Services have been Listed at the Grace Graduation will take place Sunday

Baptist Church for the coming week. at two-thirty p.m. in the school gym.

Sunday School, 9:45, with classes for Guest speaker for the occasion will

Every age. At 10:45 morning Worship Dr. William French, Superintendent

Service with Junior Church being held of Joliet Township High School. At

In the lower auditorium. Pastor J. this time, Certificates of Award will

Fernlund’s Mornin Message will be be given and the first Nellie Lamping

“Give of Your Best.” No Sunday Math Award will be given. Mrs.

evening services will be conducted Lamping is a former teacher of long

for the next three Sundays. Continued. standing at our great school.

HANK FATLAND’S STANDARD The annual picnic for grades one to

SERVICE 725-9834 four will be held at Hammal Woods

CROMBIE’S DAIRY MART on Monday during the regular

Shop and Save! (handwritten) School hours. The upper

grades will

ALLWAYS POPULAR PRICES have school as usual on Monday.

(four illegible words) (CONT’D) GRACE BAPTIST

SUMMER STORE HOURS CHURCH

8:00 – 9:00 p.m., Daily Members and friends are invited

725-2564 to attend the Billy Graham Crusade

Troy Garage 725-2038 (handwritten) at McCormick Place, Chicago. The

Sun Service Equipment service for Sunday begins at three

Expert Tune up (sic) Service p.m. The church bus will leave the

George Hendrickson Owner church at 12:45 p.m. Reservations

may be obtained. (sic) for the bus

trip and free reserved seat tickets

may be obtained. (sic) for the

meeting by calling 725-2858. The

bus will also leave for the Crusade

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and

Saturday evenings at 5:45 p.m.

Reserve seat tickets are not

necessary for anyone wishing to

attend the Crusade by car.

(all following handwritten)

Troy Riding Club

Horse Show – Sunday 1 PM

Troy – A.C. Club

725-9863 725-9863

Troy A.C. Club

Euchre – Monday, 8:00 p.m.

Games – Thursday, 8:00 p.m.

Watch for forthcoming bake sale,

and fashion show. Full details

later

The Shorewood Sentinel 10 cents

725-2973

June 9-15, 1962

Vol. 2 NO. 24

TO ALL OUR LOYAL READERS

WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OUR LOYAL READERS FOR THEIR

PATIENCE DURING OUR CRISIS. WE HOPE IN THE VERY NEAR FUTURE,

TO HAVE THE SENTINEL TYPEWRITER BACK IN WORKING ORDER. IN

THE MEANTIME WE HOPE WILL ALL CONTINUE TO GIVE US YOUR

SUPPORT.

GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH OFFERS GIRLS HAVE A NIGHT OUT

FREE BUS RIDES Last Monday evening fifty-two

The evening services for Sunday at women of Troy Township left their

The church have been cancelled so husbands, children, and etc. to

attend

That members and friends of the the annual installation banquet for

Church may attend the Billy Graham the Ladies Auxiliary of Troy

Crusade, McCormick Place, Chicago. Township Volunteer Fire Depart-

The church bus will leave the church ment at a Candle-light ceremony

At 12:45 p.m., Sunday, and 5:45 p.m., the officers for the coming year

Weekdays. Free reserve seat tickets were installed. Installed as

May be had by calling three days in President was Ann Terlep, Vice

Advance. 725-2858. “Youth for President, Jo Wagner; Secretary,

Christ” will be the them of Pastor Jackie Muentnich; Treasurer,

J. Fernlund’s message Sunday morning Pat Barnes; Social Secretary, JoAnn

At 10:45. In observance of CHILDREN’S Bauer; Trustee, Dorothy Fatland.

DAY, all children who attend Sunday Prospective (sic) new members

School at 9:45 or Children’s Church were the Madames; Kenneth Ray

at 10:45, will be honored with a Charles Dixon, Richard Anderson,

special treat. Those with perfect Ronald Smothers, I.C. Bessette,

attendance throughout Spring Lawrence Pubentz, Donald Rusk,

Attendance Prayer Campaign, will be Clayton Johnson, Fred Rub, Francis

awarded during the Sunday School Ray, Earl Luckey, Emma Kapetanic,

hour. Rev. J.C. Fernlund, Pastor Schoutz, and Miss Sharon

Res. East Shore Drive 725-2858 Bennington. Prize winners for the

LITTLE LEAGUE GETS UNDER WAY games were Mrs. Charles Dixon,

The Little League play got underway Mrs. James Clair, Mrs. I.C. Bessette,

Wednesday evening, but not so good for Mrs. Joseph Alves, and Mrs. Clayton

the Shorewood Team. They lost their Johnson. Mrs. Irene Mulligan was

first game to the Cubs to the tune of 14-1. awarded the prize as eldest mother

on Wednesday the team will play the Braves. present, while Mrs. Richard Ander-

Mr. Thomas Talkie is president of the son was awarded the prize for being

Shorewood Little League, with Dave Barry, the youngest mother. Other winners

treasurer, and Mrs. Claude Beguin as secretary. includes Mrs. Andrew Gollick as a

Raffle tickets are now being sold at the price mother with the most

children, the

of 25 cents for one, five for $1.00. Drawing lady wearing the fanciest slip was

will be held June 23. Prizes are $25, $15, $10. Mrs. Glen Wunderlich, and Mrs.

Practice sessions are held Saturday afternoon Robert Prodahl took home the prize

at the school. The presence of parents would for having the longest run in her

be greatly appreciated at any and all games. nylon. Door prize winners were

June 11 – White Sox June 13 – Braves June Mesdames Denzil Smother, Leah

18 – Tigers June 22 – Wh. Sox June 25 – Clark, Francis Ray, L.T. Levson,

Yankees June 29 –Braves Edward Terlep, Kenneth Ray,

(cont’d) Kerry Sheridan, Irene Mulligan,

and Andrew Gollick. The auxiliary

would like to thank the Famous

Beauty Salon, Ann Terlep, Liz

Lyman’s Café, Bett Barry, Elfride

Pribish, Lorena Rusk, and Florence

Booker, for the donated prizes.

Also to be thanked is the Joliet

Floral Company for the lovely

centerpiece.

725-2973

June 9-15, 1962 TROY 4-H JOLLY GIRLS

Page 2 At a meeting held Friday in the

BROWNIES, TROOP 139 Troy School library, the members

Neighborhood meeting of the South- of the 4H Girl’s were present at the

west section will be held at Inwood following demonstrations.

Park, June 11, at 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. “Foundation Cake”, by Marsha

Troy troop 139 will be acting hostesses Horwath, “Oatmeal Cookies” by

for the affair, for leaders, co-leaders, Leah Harms, followed by Juanita

and mother’s helpers. Mrs. Richard Fitzer with “A Quick to Fix Meal”.

DeGrace is leader for the Troy unit A talk was given by Charlene Dennis

with Mrs. Leonard Perretta as her co- on “You and your Camera.”

It was

leader, while the mother’s helper is decided that the Jolly Girls will

Mrs. Donald Harl. Day Camp for the attend day camp June 20 at the

Brownies will be held August 7,8,9, Fred Francis Field. Registrations

10, at McKinley Woods in Channahon. are to be made with Mrs. Harvey

The Troy Brownies have a total of 26 Lewis on or before June 14. Cost

girls in the troop. per girl is one dollar. June 14 was

BIRTHDAYS set as the next meeting at the school

Christian Blaser June 6 – (17) at 2:00 p.m. Any girls in the first

Beth Ann McKanna June 7 – (2) year sewing are to be present at

1:00 p.m.

725-9863 + 725-9863 Treasure Island Drugs HO 22711

Troy A.C. Club (handwritten) (handwritten)

Euchre Monday – 8:00 p.m. Frances C. Moss, R. Ph.

THURSDAY ONLY U.S. 66 at U.S. 6,

Bake Sale will be held in connection Kelley’s (handwritten)

along with the games. This, Thursday CITIES SERVICE

Only! AT THE SOUTH EDGE OF CITIES SERVICE

SHOREWOOD 725-9707

(all following text handwritten)

Sun Service Equipment

Troy Garage 725-2038

GEORGE HENDRICKSON, OWNER

725-2973 LITTLE LEAGUE (CONT’D)

June 9-15, 1962 Two farm teams have been formed.

Page 3 Their schedule will get underway

TROY A.C. AUXILIARY NEWS soon. Uniforms have been issued

The regular monthly meeting of the and the boys are ready.

A.C. Auxiliary will be held Tuesday SHOREWOOD CHURCH OF

GOD

at 8;00 p.m. at the club. All present (CONT’D)

members, and any wishing to become Missionaries Society meeting at the

members, are urged to attend. The long home of Mrs. Russell Mauk, Tues-

planned bake sale will be held this day evening.

Thursday, Game night, at the A.C.’s We have heard they’re pulling some

At 8:00. big ones out of the lake at John

TROY FIRE DEPARTMENT NEWS Westerveld’s.

On June 3, 1:00 p.m., trucks were Village meeting at the Fire Station,

called to the corner of Route 52 Tuesday 8:00 p.m.

and 59 to extinguish a fire in an (sic) DRIVE SLOWLY, CHILDREN

auto owned by Ray Saldge of Route ARE OUT OF SCHOOL—-BUT

#1, Oswego. Damage to the fully insured MOTHERS, BEWARE!!

car was estimated to be about $300. Help Wanted! (handwritten)

SHOREWOOD CHURCH OF (sic) GOD MAID FOR DAY WORK NEAT

Held in Troy School AND CLEAN PERSONABLE

Sunday School – 9:30 a.m. APPLY ONLY IN PERSON

Sunday Worship Service – 10:30 a.m. Rossi Motel (illustration of

With message by Pastor Arthur (sic) hotel with name “Rossi” on it)

Miller. Wednesday night Bible study Crombie’s (handwritten) DAIRY

and prayer meeting at 7:00 p.m. (cont’d) MART COMPLETE LINE OF

HANK FATLAND’S STANDARD OF GROCERIES MILK,

ICE

SERVICE 725-9834 CREAM, GROCERIES WE

As you travel, look to Standard STRIVE TO PLEASE COME ON

Let Us Do Your Dirty Work IN AND GIVE US A CHANCE

Septic Tanks – Cesspools STORE HOURS ** 8:00 a.m. to

Cisterns—Cleaned 9:00 p.m., EVERYDAY!!

ANDERSON’S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE Shop and Save (handwritten)

Cisterns cleaned, repaired, and guaranteed. WE HAVE ALL YOUR NEEDS

Twenty-five years experience Bud Anderson

U.S. 6 Route #3, Joliet HO 2-5944 or

SA 7-3485

The Shorewood Sentinel (handwritten)

725-2973

June 16-22, 1962

Vol. 2 No. 25

Father’s Day (handwritten title)

Father’s Day — The day set aside, like Mother’s Day, to honor our Fathers. It has been

set for the third Sunday of June. Some of us remember our fathers, and some do not. As

for me, I remember my father very vividly. He was a cripple all of his life, and walked

with a cane. But when it came to playing baseball, he had a knack, he would the ball, lay

down his cane and run for all he was worth. He also would play hide-and-seek with us.

He always did the “seeking” while we hide. His method was to sit on the back porch, or

goal, and outwait us. He figured that a child’s (sic) curiosity would not permit them to

stay hid very long and as we came out to see what was going on, he would call 1-2-3.

My father seldom did the whipping in our family He figured that the mother was there

when the mistake was done and it was her place to do the whipping. I remember only

three times that he did take into me. One was for talking back to him, and the other two

were for running from my mother when I had a whipping coming. I was tied to the water

pipes in the basement and soundly whipped with the business end of the razor strap,

applied to the lower back side designed for the purpose. As a family we had a great deal

of fun, even during the depression. He had a steady job, making 70 cents an hour, to

feed nine “kids”. My mother would buy a bolt of black material, because it was cheaper

than any other color. We had patches on our clothes, but dad said that as long as a person

is clean, inside and out, we were as good as the next guy. I can still hear him saying

“We’re poor, but we can also be proud.” DADS do not always expect a present for

Father’s Day, you can go to him and just tell him how much you love him, and chances

(sic) are he will like that more than any gift you can buy, after all you cannot buy real love

and affection.

THE THOUGTH FOR THE WEEK: HONOR THY FATHER AND THY MOTHER.

725-2973 NEWS IN SHORT

June 16-22, 1962 Linda Vanderhoof was seen going

Page 2 to her first formal dance of her

SHOREWOOD CHURCH OF GOD young life, last Saturday.

The

The members of the Missionary address of Steve Paul has been

Society met the week in the home of received. Pvt. Stephen H.

Paul

Mrs. Russell (sic) Mauk. The meeting U855 744-854 Fort Knox,

was opened with the Christian Mission- Kentucky.

ary Pledge. Bible study was led by James and June Clair celebrated

Mrs. Bisching and devotions by their fourth anniversary on June 7.

Mrs. Mauk. The Anderson, Ind. (Greetings – Secret Pal.)

Camp meeting will be held June 18- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goodman

24, and linen for the missionary chest left on a vacation – fishing trip

will be turned in at this time. The last Wednesday. They went to

bake and linen sale will be held June Flora, Ill.

22-23 at Hillcrest Shopping Center. Doug Miller has the mumps.

Next meeting will be July 3 at the Sue Prodehl has been taking

Marshall Donaldson home, 805 flying lessons and received her

Clement St. student pilot license and is now

Sunday School 9:30 a.m. working for her Private (sic)

Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. license. She made her solo

Evening Service 7 p.m. flight last Sunday.

Wednesday Bible study and prayer Turn in your Pepsi caps to Lou

Meeting 7 p.m. Prodehl.

VILLAGE NEWS A lot of residents have been seen

At the meeting on Tuesday evening taking the bus to the Billy Graham

(Cont’d) Crusade. The teenagers left before

FIRE DEPARTMENT AUXILIARY noon today to take in the

sights of

The Women will be calling for donations Chicago before the meeting tonight.

for the Homecoming Picnic. Beat them GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH

to the call and call them. They are Jo Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.

Wagner 725-2705 Pat Barnes 725-2316 Children’s (sic) Church and

and Jackie Muentnich 725-2719 Morning Worship at 10:45 a.m.

The pies and cakes donated do mean a The message will be given by

lot to the Fire Department from the Rev. Fernlund entitled (sic)

cake walk proceeds. “A Father’s Responsibility”.

Expert Tune-Up Troy Garage (handwritten) The buses leave the church at

Geo. Hendrickson, Owner 12:30 p.m. for Chicago and

SERVICE SUN EQUIPMENT Billy Graham, Sunday. (cont’d)

GET M 2 P G with Standard

AT HANK FATLAND’S

STANDARD SERVICE

725-9834

SPECIAL

At

Keet’s Grocery

All Day SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

PEPSI

12 OZ. – 6 PACK

39 CENTS PLUS DEP.

KEET’S GROCERY

725-2957

(illegible) VILLAGE NEWS CONT’D

June 16-22, 1962 Jim Keers made the report that a

Page 3 vet will inoculate the village dogs

TROY HOMECOMING Sponsored for $4. a piece. The village will

By The TROY TOWNSHIP VOLUNTEER give each a village dog tag free

FIRE DEPARTMENT. June 24, 1962 of charge for each getting the shot.

10 a.m. til ??????? At the grounds of the To approximate the number to be

Troy Sportsmen. The Ladies Auxiliary “shot”, give your name to Bertha

Will be in charge of the FOOD. Menu Hofer. The treasurer’s (sic) report

Consists of Sandwiches, Roast Beef, was as follows, a total of

$80.50

Beef Bar-B-Q Ham, Hot Dogs, was received and $58.24 was spent,

Homemade pies, Cakes, Potato Salad, leaving a balance of $1785.85

Bakes Beans, etc. Trap shoot will begin The bills included $32 to Hank

At 11, a.m. There will be Dart boards, Bauer for road grading, $5.85

Fish ponds, Children’s (sic) races, telephone bill. Herb Renwick

And plenty of refreshments. The was present from the state to

Drawing for which only 500 tickets explain the details of the Motor

Were sold include, $150. first prize, Fuel Tax Fund for the village.

$75. second, and $25. third prize. The amount allotted to Shorewood

Ticket committee consists of Jim is $7945.14 thus far. It can be

Keers, Paul Barnes, Bill Kobe. Spent maintenance (sic) of the roads,

Tickets available from any fireman. But first an engineer must make the

EUCHRE MONDAY 8 p.m. initial survey of the work to be done,

GAMES THURSDAY 8 p.m. after which the plans are submitted

Troy A.C. Club 725-9863 (handwritten) to Elgin for approval. After which

FASHION SHOW JUNE 30, 8 p.m. the funds will be released for the

South Edge of Shorewood Rt 59 work. Weeds in the vacant lots will

Kelley (handwritten) CITIES begin in the village. Mr. Donald

SERVICE 725-9707 Johnson of Oakwood Manor was

Given approval on final plans for

Unit #1. The check of persons who

Have refused to buy their vehicle

Tags will begin this week.

Four new home permits were issued

(sic) this past week. Three are for

Brook Forest Annex, and one for

Sunset Hills.

The Will Co. Health Department

Has been checking the non-working

Septic tanks in the village. (sic)

BIRTHDAYS

Ann Terlep June 16 (?)

Scott Randall Goebel June 13 (2)

He is the grandson of Mr. and

Mrs. Charles Love.

Jackie Muentnich June 5 (?)

Joann Looper June 2 (8)

725-2973 GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH

June 16-22, 1962 CONT’D

Page 4 Young Teens will meet on Friday at

Mrs. Robert Prodehl and Mrs. Howard 6:30 p.m. at the church, while the

Mean wish to thank everyone that Crusader Hi-Teens will have their

Participated in the drive for the Pepsi meeting on Saturdays at 7:30

Caps, for the Mental Retarded Children’s TROY A.C. AUXILIARY

School. There were about 6000 caps SUN FUN FASHIONS

Turned in. The drive has been extended JUNE 30, 1962 8 P.M. POOLSIDE

Indefinitely, so please continue to save STYLE SHOW DANCING

Them. Some of the people who were PRIZES SNACKS

Greatly responsible for the success of Tickets obtainable (sic) at Joliet

The drive are Mrs. John Downey, Mrs. Floral and Rialto (sic) Cleaners from

Matthew Ramutta, of Rooney Heights any club member or at the door.

And Mrs. John Polley, Lil Simpson, Admission $1 Children 25 cents

Hank Fatland, Leah Clark, and Lyman’s Treasure Island Drugs HO-22711

Café, Ann Terlep, Mrs. Alice Earls, Francis C. Moss R. Ph.

MaryAnn Rub, Jackie Muentnich, N.W. CORNER US. 66 U.S. S. 6

Helen Hess, Lorena Rusk, and Steve SHOREWOOD SENTINEL

Vertin. Also the Mead family and PRINTED EACH SATURDAY

The Prodehl family. If you have any AFTERNOON PRICE 10 CENTS

Caps to turn in, call Meads 725-2710 AT THE DOOR NEWSBOYS:

Or Prodehl’s at 725-1683. JOHN BLASER

ARE YOU HAVING TROUBLE WITH RICK BLASER

THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT??? BILL BLASER, JR.

SEPTIC TANKS CESSPOOLS AND EDITOR: ARLENED BLASER

CISTERNS CLEANED REPORTERS: ANYONE WHO

25 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE HAS NEWS….

Anderson’s Septic Tank Service

(handwritten)

BUD ANDERSON PHONE

RT 3 SA 7-3485

U.S. 6 JOLIET HO-2 5944

Crombie’s Dariy Mart Special

Lemon Twist Ice Cream – ½ gal

79 cents (handwritten)

WE HAVE ALL YOUR PICNIC

NEEDS OPEN DAILY 8 a.m. to

9 p.m.

725-2564

The Shorewood Sentinel (handwritten)

725-2973 (sic)

June 23-29, 1962

Vol. 2 No. 26

Summer – ’62 (handwritten)

Summer came a couple of days ago with a “normal” temperature of 72*. As some say —

as summer comes in – so the season will be. Others suggest that we had a long winter,

therefore, we will have a short summer. Or—we had a cold wet winter—we will have a

hot dry summer. Others yet say—Spring came early with a terrific heat wave (sic) – so

we will have a terribly hot, unbearable summer. I heard one lady say, the difference in

summer and winter is (sic), in winter you can stay indoors and put on more clothes, but

during the heat of summer, there is a limit to how much you can take off. If a person had

the money, ambition or what-have-you, you could live in (sic) the winter in Florida, and

the summers in northern Canada. OR stay entirely in the house and turn the air-

conditioning on. Of course, you cannot please everyone all the time, no matter where you

live. So whether it is hot and dry, cool and wet, short and long, it’s here, so are we—so

grin and bear it, if you can. Winter will come soon and then we can complain of the cold,

and hope summer will be along soon.

THOUGHT OF THE WEEK

IF THE HEAT MAKES TEMPERS SHORT—AND YOU WISH TO GIVE A

PERSON A PIECE OF YOUR MIND, — BE SURE YOU HAVE IT TO

SPARE……………..

GO TO THE HOMECOMING SUNDAY GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH

AT THE SPORTSMEN GROUNDS… Special meetings will be held at

The church, Sunday through Friday.

The time is 7 to 8 p.m. Speaker will

be John Marrs a ventriloquist. He

will bring with him his “Pal Charlie”

and gospel magic, to illustrate his

messages. All young people of the

area are welcome to attend.

Sunday school will be at 9:45 a.m.

Morning worship at 10:45 a.m.

where Pastor Fernlund’s message

will be “Crusade Echoes.”

725-2973 SHOREWOOD CHURCH OF

GOD

June 23-29, 1962 Sunday School 9:30 a.m.

Page 2 Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.

LITTLE LEAGUE Sunday Evening Worship 7 p.m.

In Little League play Tuesday, the Wednesday evening Bible study and

Bombers beat the Astronauts by a Prayer service 7 p.m.

score of 13 to 10. In the game Thursday Rev. Arthur Miller, Pastor.

the Astronauts won over the Crombie’s Dairy Mart Special

Missiles 17-10. The second game (handwritten)

the Comets and the Bombers played to 8 – 16 oz. PEPSI COLA 59 cents

a tie game of 16-16. The game of June 8 plus dep. 3 Dozen SMALL EGGS

was called because of rain. In the game $1.00 STORE HOURS 8 a.m. to

of June 6, the Cardinals 1, the Cubs 14. 9 p.m. DAILY

The Bombers are the boys in red shirts Northeast (sic) Corner Rt. 59 and 52

and the Astronauts are in blue shirts. Cities Service 725-9707

FIRE DEPARTMENT Kelley’s Cities Service (handwritten)

Only one fire call was made the past SEPTIC TANKS CISTERNS

week. At 9 p.m. on June 19, there CESSPOOLS CLEANED

was a grass fire near the grain elevator ANDERSON’S SEPTIC TANK

at Birds Bridge. SERVICE (handwritten)

CISTERNS

DON’T FORGET THE HOMECOMING CLEANED REPAIRED AND

AT THE SPORTSMEN GROUNDS GUARANTEED BUD

TOMORROW……. ANDERSON HO-25944

BIRTHDAYS RT US6 RT. 3 Joliet SA-73485

Timothy Barry June 23 (10) 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE

Ricky Vanderhoof June 30 (15) (handwritten)

DEATHS

Mr. Thomas Crownover of West

Shorewood Drive died this past week

at his home. He is survived by his wife

Agnes, and a son Thomas, Jr.

Rt. 52 Next To The Fire Station

SERVICE SUN EQUIPMENT

TROY GARAGE 725-2038

725-2038

725-2973 ILLNESSES AND ACCIDENTS

June 23-29, 1962 Jeanne Wynn has been in the hos-

Page 3 pital for blood poisoning in her leg.

TROY A.C. CLUB SUN-FUN-FASHIONS Tom Hess was treated at the

hospital

The Troy A.C. Club auxiliary will hold Wednesday evening, for a 24 stitch

its (sic) fashion (sic) show Saturday slash on his right hand, when he cut

evening, June 30 at 8 pm. Fashions to be it on a saw. The accident happened

shown are from the Boston Store of Joliet. In the TV workshop of Chriss (sic)

The models who will be wearing them Blaser. When he fell out of a tree

are: Cheryl Schmidt, Marlene Chovan, onto some broken glass Wednesday,

Louise De Grace, Ciss Schmidt, Margo Russell Wolfe, suffered a five stitch

Lanson, Joann Quas, Judy Stanley, Ginger cut on his hand and was treated at

Erickson, Carol Giampaolo, Marge Bruno, the hospital.

Sally Donnelly, and Barbara Makar. The 4-H JOLLY GIRLS

men who will be seen in the fashion show At the regular meeting of the Jolly

include: Tom Kowalski, Gene Williamson Girls, held at the school on June 14,

and John Hirschfield. The children’s the following talks were given, Judy

fashions will be worn by Terri Donnelly, Baltz on the American Flag and

Dan Williams, Billie Schmidt, and George Knitting while Sheila (sic) Johnson

Muentnich. Dancing will be enjoyed after and Dianne Dibble talked about

the show to the music of Joe Mosele’s Embroidery. Peggy Waite gave a

Orchestra at 9 pm. Committees for the talk on Threads and Lynn Booker

affair include Sally Donnelly, chairman, on Babysitting. Lorraine Foley and

Betty Stanley co-chairman, Phyllis Ronehetti Lynn Ann Bell gave a demonstration

as commentator (sic) Publicity is in the hands on Drop Biscuits and Chocolate

of Sharon Bennington, and Dorothy Flagg, Drop Cookies was the one given

while the tickets are being handled by by Ann Gerber. Others include

Dorothy Flagg. Cinnamon (sic) Rolls by Hanscna

TROY A.C. (handwritten) Von Borgen, and Cornbread by

SOUTH EDGE OF SHOREWOOD ON Kathy Kirby. Mary Ruth Worth

RT. 59 demonstrated on Salads. The

SUN – FUN – FASHIONS JUNE 30 – next meeting will be Wednesday,

8-PM. at 2 pm. at the school.

EUCHRE — MONDAY 8 p.m. GAMES YOUNG MOTHER’S CLUB

THURSDAY 8 p.m. 725-9863 The club will meet in the home of

HANK FATLAND’S STANDARD SERVICE Mrs. Fred Rub, Wednesday.

STANDARD 725-9834 VILLAGE MEETING TUESDAY

M2PG—–M2PG—–M2PG—-M2PG 8 p.m.

CONTINUALLY (sic) FRESH

MEDICINES HO-2-2711

Treasure Island Drugs (handwritten)

Francis Moss R. Ph.

U.S. 66 AT U.S. 6

The Shorewood Sentinel (handwritten)

725-2973

June 30 – July 6, 1962

(illegible) No. 1

Do you have windows that need washing? A car to clean? A yard to mow? Maybe you

have a babysitting job. If so, there are a lot of teenage boys and girls who are looking for

such things. They need something to do with their time. They also have the need for the

feel of two nickels rubbing against each other. These they could use for swimming or

maybe and ice cream bar. There are a few that I know off-hand, and anyone who has the

Jobs for Teenagers, may call this paper. We will run a list each week of the jobs that are

available and the names of the boys and girls who are willing to do them. There will be

no charge for any job for teenagers listed in this paper. So if you are looking for a boy to

cut grass, wash your car, wash your windows, or a girl who will babysit while you go to

town, or something give us a call. If you are a teenager and want one of these jobs get in

touch with us this week.

Boys available this week: Girls available this week:

Thomas Hess Help us fill this space…

Ricky Vanderhoof

William Blaser, Jr.

Who can you add????

LITTLE LEAGUE PLAY VILLAGE NEWS

THIS WEEK The Veterinarian (sic) has been contacted

Monday the 25 of June the rabies shots for dogs, and the date

Yankees 11 Cardinals 4 is next Saturday. The time is 11 to 1 pm.

Friday the 29 of June All residents of the area may bring their

Cardinals 23 Braves 7 dogs to be inoculated, and any Shorewood

Only one game will be played resident who brings their dog for them will

this week. July 6 the Cubs be given a Shorewood dog tag free of any

will take on the Cardinals. charge. It was voted that Mr. R.H.

The farm teams played on Underhill will be retained to do

June 28 and the Rockets won Preliminary Maintenance Engineering

the game from the Astronauts for the village, in order that the

Motor

11 to 8 Cont’d Fuel Tax funds may be (cont’d)

725-2973

June 30 – July 6, 1962

Page 2

VILLAGE NEWS CONT’D FIRE DEPARTMENT NEWS

Released for the repair of the streets. The Troy Twp. Vol. Fire Department

as was stated only those ones wish to thank all the people

who

designated as arterial streets may were responsible for the success of

benefit by the use of funds, the the Homecoming last Sunday.

board passed a resolution (sic) and We will name some of them and if

forwarded to the State Department we overlook any we thank you also.

asking that four additional streets The Shorewood Merchants, The

be named. The are: Picnic, Grove, Ladies who donated food, the

Bass and Trout. (illegible) the ones Sentinel for the publicity, the Troy

named were: West and East Shore Sportsmen for the use of the

Dr. Meyers, Dupage, Summer and grounds, and the Firemen.

Turtle streets. If the resolution (sic) Two calls were answered this

is passed then plans will be made to past week by the firemen. On

Motor Fuel Tax Money which to Sunday, the top of a dead oak

date totals $7,945.14. Five permits tree was ablaze, believed to have

were issued by Mr. Lumoly. One started by lightning. The tree was

for a pump house, one for a home sprayed, and the fire went out on

in Oakwood Manor and three homes Tuesday. On June 28 a fire on a

in Brook Forest Annex. The present six wheeler truck was extinguished

balance in the village treasury $1,758.40. on Rt. 66 and 80. No (sic) damage

The receipts at the previous meeting was estimated and the owner

$61. and disbursements $88.45. A unknown. The tires were on fire.

check was presented at the meeting LITTLE LEAGUE CONT’D

from the county treasurer’s office David Ewing was hit by a line

in the amount of $327.32, which is drive and the wind knocked out

Shorewood’s Road and Bridge Tax. of him. Also hit by a pitched

No bills were presented for payment ball, in the back was Paul Ewing.

at this meeting. NEWS IN SHORT

SERVICE SUN EQUIPMENT Marilyn Gaebler is back from the

TROY GARAGE Mayo Clinic, and will be happy to

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED see any and all friends at her

PHONE 725-2038 home. Being unable to get around,

GEORGE HENDRICKSON..OWNER it would be best to call before

PLANNING A PICNIC? SEE US dropping in. “Thanks for the cards

FIRST WE HAVE ALL YOUR etc.” Mr. Laverne Earls has had

NEEDS! CROMBIE’S DAIRY his minnow bucket liner taken

MART 725-2564 OPEN twice lately and wishes to say that

8 AM – 9 PM. whoever (illegible) taken the parts,

may have the rest by asking for it.

Good Luck.

Mrs. Vince Creed has left for a

Florida vacation. The fashion show

Will be shown at the Troy A.C. Club

Tonight, Saturday, at 8 p.m.

The school board has decided that

Not enough room exists. That a

Kindergarten can not be started this

Year at Troy School. The Grace

Baptist Church held their annual

Sunday School picnic at Hammal

Woods today.

Tom is safe…..

725-2973 YOUNG MOTHER’S CLUB

June 30 – July 6, 1962 The June meeting was held in the

Page 3 home of Mary Ann Rub, Wednesday

GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH evening. Among the various topics

SUNDAY – The Subject of Pastor discussed were the plans for a picnic

Fernlund’s message for the 10:45 a.m. to be held July 7 at the Dixon

Service will be “Freedom of Soul”. Residence. Joan Smothers was

This will be preceded (sic) by Sunday welcomed as a new member. Those

School at 9:45 a.m. The evening service present to welcome her were Jayne

at 7:30 p.m. will feature a color film Clair, Ginny Dixon, Jackie Muent-

strip entitled (sic) “Naa,am, the leper”. nich, Jo Wagner and LeAnne

The message for this service will be McKanna. Games were played

“Eishmann’s Last Day”. And all present won a prize. Several

MONDAY – Services will be held (sic) members received a gift from Secret

at the Morning Star Mission at 7 pm. Pals. Dessert-coffee was served by

THURSDAY – Weekly prayer service the hostess. Unable to attend were

at 7:30 pm. (illegible) Keers and Jackie Foloy,

SATURDAY – The Hi-Teens will hold who has been vacationing in

a splash party at the swimming pool at Connecticut (sic). Jackie Foley

Inwood Park. Time – 6-9 pm. will be the hostess for July when

SHOREWOOD CHURCH OF GOD the club meets at her home.

Sunday School 9:30 am.

Morning Worship 10:30 am. (all text following is handwritten)

Evening Worship 7 pm. Kelley’s Cities Service Get The

Wednesday evening Bible study and “Big Gallon”

Prayer meeting 7 pm. Treasure Island Drugs

Services held (sic) in the Troy School. DON’T BURN IN THE HOT

SUN…

(all remaining text in column is SEE US FOR SUN TAN LOTIONS

handwritten) ALSO SUNDRIES AND A

Ironings Wanted! Jeanne Wynn LAUNDRAMAT GROCERIES

725-2875 Francis C. Moss R. Ph. (on Duty)

Reasonable Rates HO-2-2711

Troy A.C.’s “Fashion Show at

Poolside” Today – June 30 8 P.M.

725-2973 If your child will attend camp this

June 30 – July 6, 1962 summer? Here is a typical letter to

Page 4 keep in mind.

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK Dear Dad;

MENTAL SLAVERY Gue$$ what I need mo$t? That’$

There is a form of enforced (sic) right. $end it $oon. Be$t Wi$hes.

servitude more abject and humiliating (sic) Your $on.

than that under which so many human Dear Son,

beings were once held in which we NOthing ever happens here. We

call, even then “free America”. It kNOw you like camp. Write

is slavery (sic) to an idea—to an aNOther letter soon. Now I have

unreasonable phobia or weakness. to say good-bye. Dad….

The average man, no matter how Your car will run better with

strong in his general characteristics, Standard

is a veritable slave to the impression HANK FATLAND’S STANDARD

that in facing the ordinary mental SERVICE PHONE 725-9834

habit or physical all (illegible) SEPTIC TANKS CISTERNS

to the human species, he is essentially CESSPOOLS CLEANED

powerless. If you but realize that the Anderson’s Septic Tank Service

best way to ensure (sic) future health, (handwritten)

happiness and success, and build up a 25 Years Experience

protective influence against future BUD ANDERSON HO-2 2711

disaster is through (sic) your developing RT 3 US 6 Sa-7-3485

mental and physical strength and WE NEED YOUR NEWS TODAY

resistance; setting about making yourself 725-2973

mentally and physically fit; you would The Shorewood Sentinel (written)

spare yourself many unhappy moments,

and to a very great extent ward off

disease which require fertile soil for

their growth. For a thousand years

scientists have been groping about

in search for various cures, without

any marked degree of success. How

much better it would be were we taught

how to avoid those troubles, in place

of waiting until they appear and then

searching for a way to eradicate the

trouble. Truly, “An Ounce of

Prevention IS Worth A Pound Of

Cure.”

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