Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 31, 1952 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1052 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PA01f HMI 98 to Grndunte Jersey Grade Commencement Program Set Monday Evening JERSEYVILLE - Rev. M. Ed- ivArds Breed, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will give the commencement address at the .Ter- seyville elementary school Monday evening at which time 08 students will receive eighth grade diplomas. The program begins at 8 p.m. with band selections under the direction of Claude S. Smith, instrumental music supervisor at the school. The class processional will be played by Miss Roily Lou Kricge. vocal music, supervisor, and Rov. F. W. Schwarzlose, pastor of the Methodist Church, will give the invocation, C>. F. Roth, superintendent of Jersey County Community Unit District No. 100 will give the welcome address, and a girls' chorus directed by Miss Kriege. will sing "Sweet Springtime," and "A Brown Bird Singing." The American Legion awards will be presented by John Self. The graduates will be presented by Kenneth Allen, superintendent of the elementary school, and diplomas will be awarded by R. ,7. Bell, president of the board of education of Community District Unit 100. Benediction will be pronounced by Rev. Schwarzlose. Members of the graduating class are: Marilyn Thomas, Marjorie Ringhausen, Davrell Campbell. Sharon Calvin, Richard Gunler- rnan, Sharon Whipple, Kay Sny- dcr, Ann Mashburn, Glenda Short, Larry Schneider, Betty Quinn, Judith Ann Purcell, Beverly Sinclair, Everett Carlson, Emma Ilaworth, Phyllis Bopp, Genevieve Ilenson, Ruth Ann Delp, Barbara King, Juanita Dwyer, Ida Ann Whitlock, Mary Taul, Selma Wiener, William Murphy, Thomas Turner, Carl Moore, Edward Scott, Gary Willis, Edgar Schroeder. Richard Roth, Darrell Berthoux, Nelson Miller, Juanita Walker, Diane Gowin, Ramona Witt, Barbara Fuller, Mary Jean Menzie, Mary Ellen Landon, Shirley Cravens, Clara Martin, Deloris Bartlett, Franklin Schmidt, Colonel Healey, Michael Wimmersberg, Dean Montgomery, Larry Hill, Alvin Perdun, Larry Woolsey, Thomas Day, Ralph Pickerel, Charlotte Scott, Margie Bell, Gary Holmes, Martha Arnold, Harvey Martin, Noreen Guntren, Jean Richards, Jeris Goshorn, Sharon Kallal, Paul Bryant, Bob Downey. Glenn Hopper, Sylvia Kruse, Rosalie Tohill, Margaret Ann East, Sam Reynolds, Janet Ozbun, Bob Watts, Roberta Miller, Ellyn Kay Erdman, *• Shirley Weller, Wilma - Dale, Gloria Watts, Carol Wagenblast, Sally Hughes, Emil Fessler, Edward Kallal, John Allen, Mary Sears, Shirley Schultz, Ronald Lawrence, James File, Gerda Link, June Hutchcraft, Lester Weller, Natalie Powers, Rosemary Reese, Edna Platto, Roger Kranich, Rita Britt, Richard Witt, Leonard Griffin, Cynthia Mindrup, Paul Holmes, Duane Young, Richard Brooks, Larry Townzen and Judy Pereboom, OPEN SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 12 NOON Jersey OES Group Carrollton High FFA Club Elects Robert Hoff Will Head Group in 1952-53 Election Set To Vote on Community Unit School Plan at Carrollton GitrstS at Grafton ! CARROLLTON-Robrrt Hoff Iw, been elected president of Ihe local JERSEYVILLE. - A number of members from the local Chapter Order of Eastern Star wont to Grafton to attend the party given (hero Tuesday evening by the Grafton chapter in honor of grand lecturer, Mrs. Tina Nienrightcr of Granite City. Among those from here who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Nocly, Miss Cora Lofton, Mrs. Mains, Blanch Overmeycr, Mrs. Frances Mallclt, Mrs. Lconal Schmidt, Mrs. Natalie Fuser, Mrs. Doris Hcnson, Mrs. George Tohill, Mr. and Mrs. Max Mary Terry, Mrs. Amy Mrs. Lena Kruse, Mrs FFA organization of the Carrollton High School for the 1952-53 school year. Other officers of the Club arc Duane Varble, vice-president; Jim Hubbard, secretary; Norman Evans, treasurer; Keith Graham, reporter; and Ronnie Byland sentinel. Guy 0. Pctly, vocational agriculture inslructer. is adviser of the club. Jim Hubbard. Robert Hoff and Boyd Memorial Hospital Notes CARROLLTON. — Five babies were born the past week in Boyd Memorial Hospital. 12 patien's underwent surgery and 10 were entered for medical care. New babies born were: a son may '2'2 to Mr, and Mrs, Russell Douglas of White Hall; a son May i^vj lo nm ) Mrs. Stanley Freeh. CARROLLTON Residents of this city will vole .lure 7 on the community unit school district proposal. The issue has been voted down in previous referen- dtims and over $2,000.000 in assessed valuation has been lost to the district. Several children In the area involved have not been able to attend high school because no transportation is available. Other children hot he In elementary and high school are being stunted in their educational growth because of a restricted curriculum. Norman Evans, newly elected of- ; of Carrollton; a daughter May 2.1 i The new district as proposed fleers, will attend the State FFA j (0 M,._ anc j M,. SI Wayne Schroeder i bus an assessed valuation of nearly Convention June 3. -1, and 5 at tl)0|,, f Fidelity; a son Thursday to Mr. X16.000.000. There will bo appro* University of Illinois. Boys of the local organization Downey, Mrs, Elmer Howell. Mrs. ] who will take part in the slate FFA J. C. Downey, Miss Margaret Ho! en Seago, Mrs. Lota Seago. Mrs. Doris C'ltting, Mrs, Lela Flautt, Mrs. Lena Casen, Mrs. Eunice Houseman, and Mrs. Florence Schultz. The chair of worthy matron was occupied during the evening by Miss Cora Lofton and worthy patron by Herbert G. Neely. Visit Relatives in Iowa JERSEYVILLE. — Mr. and Mrs. Dan T. Edwards and son, Tommy, of this eity, and Mrs. Edwards' mother, Mrs. Thomas Short, of Judging contest which is being held in connection with the class in which they will judge are as follows: Richard Ross, Duane Varble and Joe Wagner, grain; Keith Graham and Vernon Short, poultry; Norman Evans, Paul Hyde and Delmar Reif, fat slock; and Norbert Reichman, Robert Hoff and Henry Brooks, dairy cattle. First Snfthnll tiame CARROLLTON-The first sott- ball game of the season will be played Sunday evening at Wright Memorial Park when the two local and Mrs. William Kirgan of Greenfield; and a daughter Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Damn of Carrollton. Patients undergoing s u r g e r y were: Mrs. Carrie Foiles. Albert Lawrence, Miss Barbara Snidle and Miss Sandra Meek of Carrollton; Mrs. Mary Jennings of Hettick; Mrs. Elaine Crone and Mrs. imalely S80 pupils to attend the public school next year. 2,18 in high school and (M2 in the elementary school. A seven member board of education, no more than three members from one congressional territory, will be elec'eri to carry on the educational program of the district. These men will be citizens St. John** Music Student* Give Annual tied tat CARROLLTON. — Silver crosses were awarded to Miss Nancy Meyer and Miss Kathleen Meyer by the Very Rev. Michael Knright at the annual St. John's High School music department recita at the school Tuesday evening. The program opened with selections by the school glee club with Miss Harriet Bowie as accompanist and closed with music by the newly organized school band. Piano, volacl, clarinet and trumpet solos were also on the program. Students taking part in the recital were Miss Belly Osterman, Patrick Ashlock, Robert Thien, Miss Alice Kirbnch. Miss Nancy Meyer, Richtird Ransen. Miss liar riot Howie, Miss Kathleen Meyer, Miss Mary Catherine Kuhnline, Donald Slcinacher. Leonard Thien. Carrollton Attorney to Head Greene County Cancer Society CARROLLTON - Attorney VV. G. Vogt of this eity was elected chairman of the Green county chapter of the American Cancer Society at a luncheon meeting of the executive committee Wednesday at the Mabel Ridings Tea Room. Other officers elected were Dr. A. K. Baldwin, Carrollton, vice chairman; Claude C. Sousley, Greenfield, secretary; and Mrs. Charles V. Arnold, White Hall, treasurer. The following wore elected as members of the executive conr mittee for a two year term: Dr. A. K. Baldwin. L".r. Paul A. Dailey, Carrollton; Dr. Nathaniel Buck' land, Roodhoii.se; and Dr. E. G. DeQuevado, Greenfield. Lay members are Mrs. Charles V. Arnold, Richard Bell. Edward Backs. Harold J. Schmal/, and ervlcc; Richard Bell, White Mall, nibllclty, and Mrs. Mflry Rockwell Carrollton, Cancer Crusade. Doris Miller of Jerseyville; Gor-|«'ho will have the interests of the don Killebrcw ot Hillview; Miss j children in mind in all their ac- Delores Tbeivagt of Greenfield; j lions. Miss Marie Carl ton of Kane. Ralph j . Tllc board will provide schools Halsey of Nebo. and Mrs. Leone Wyall of White Hall. Patients entering are were Ralph for medical of 1 throughout the distrii-t where schools are needed. The school buildings that ,• re now available Canlrall. la., who has been visit-1 learns will he pitied against each ing here and in Kirk wood, Mo.. ! other. The opposing teams will IK-; Kane.; J. Mayberry, of Roodhouse; Alis.s Shirley Rae Roll. James > Kinps Mni|1 of whifo Hall; MrS- Hhoados, Erick Wilson and Joseph Hansen. Barralanreatr Sunday For Si. John's Seniors CARROLLTON. The Rev. Glenn rcsentatlve of the American Can Roarman of St. Louis, a former; cer Society all ended the luncheon Cnrrollton youth, will deliver the! Mrs. Harold W. Horn, Carrolllon [{ K nosl Kidrod; Mrs. Jesse M. Martin and Mrs. K. W. Mitchell, Roodhouse; Mrs. A. E. Powers, Manchester; and Olin W Stead, Carrollton. Miss Marian Wilder, field rep- baccalaureate address to graduates of St. John's High School chairman of the public, educatioi committee presented her report o Sunday evening, ir St. John's I activities during the year in whicl Church at 8 p. in. she informed the group that the left Wednesday evening for Iowa i 'he Carrolllon Merchants and Unto visit over Memorial Day, They i Carrollton K. C. Managers of the are guests of Mrs. Edwards' par- Carrollton Merchants are Warren Keelo and Stanley Freeh. The manager of the K. C. team is Mike Young with Lawrence Kirbach as assistant. ents, Mr. and Mrs Thomas Short, at Cantrall, and of Mr. Edwards' mother, at Bloomfield. la. Returns from Visit JERSEYVILLE. — Mrs. J. T. Lillard has returned from a two weeks' visit in Lexington, Mo., her former home, and in Kansas City, where she was the guest of friends. Mrs. Lillard is a former member of the faculty of Wen (.worth Military Academy in Lexington and while there was a guest, of Mrs. Anna Phetzing Gibbons, a member of the faculty for several years, who was teaching there while Mrs. Lillard was a faculty member. Home from South JERSEYVILLE. Mrs. J. Irving White returned today from an extended visit with relatives in New Mexico and Texas, and will be at the home of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fulkerson. She has been visiting in the south since January as a guest of her brothers, Richard, Lester, and Darby Lowe, in Roswell, N.M., and with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard White, in Dallas, Texas. CHICKENS AND MEAT AVAILABLE NOTTOLI Bros. Super Mkt. HIGHLAND & COLD STS. Carrollton Church Services Announced CARROLLTON.—Miss Ruth Ford of Memphis Tenn., will be guest speaker Sunday evening at a service to be held in the local Baptist Church. Miss Ford, a niece of Miss Nita Ford of this city, is a returned medical missionary from China and is now on the faculty at the Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis. The Rev. Laurel Grigg will speak at the morning worship service in the church which will close with the observance of the Lord's Supper. Memorial Sunday and the Day of Pentecost will be observed Sunday in the local Methodist Church with the Rev. Walter B. Pruett delivering the sermon. The official board meeting of the church will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Elmer L. Setterlund will speak at the Sunday morning worship service in the Presbyterian Church on "A World Shaking Event." Children's day will be observed Sunday, June 22 instead of June 8. Telegraph Want Ads Click! Jersey Moose Lodge to Honor Past Governor JERSEYVILLE. — The local Moose Lodge will observe "Tom* Adams' Night." Monday, complimentary to Past: Governor Adams, who is celebrating his 71st birthday, and who will furnish the food for a "chicken Mulligan" to be served after the regular meeting. At their meeting this week, Lawrence Moore, who had previously been elected treasurer of the lodge, was installed. During the business session the lodge voted to make a charge of ?10 to all Civic clubs or organizations using their hall in the future, except when a banquet or dinner is served. This fee will be used for janitor service and expenses incident to the occasion. The local lodge will be represented at Illinois Day at Mooseheart on June 8. To Attend Commencement JERSEYVILLE. — Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reddish left this week for Boulder, Colo., where they will at- lend the graduation ceremonies June 7 at the University of Colorado. Their son, James, will receive his bachelor's degree. James Reddish nas accepted a (position as an accountant with Alexander Lindsay and Company in Denver, and will begin work soon after his graduation. Employed at Riishville JERSEYVILLE. — Fred E. Schell, a former member of the Jersey Township High School faculty, and principal of the Fieldon school, has been employed as principal of the Rushville High Schoo for the ensuing year. For the past Mrs. L. Retherford, John Mundy. James Mortland and Victor Pcndl i be used and transportation be furnished for those who Sundav and receive bolv rommun- Members of the graduating class committee had distributed in ex will attend high mass at 7 a. m. I cess of 2500 pieces of literature need it. The same currirulum and the ;ot of Jerseyville; Stuart Wilson of Morrisonville; Kenneth Settles of Eldred, and Mrs. Minnie Hannon of White Hall. Kane Bible School To Open Monday KANE — The Baptist vacation Bible School will open here Monday and will run for two weeks. Mrs. William Harmon will be superintendent of the school. Mrs. Loren Carr will head the kindergarten department and will be assisted by Gloria Hanks, Mrs. Richard Prough and Barbara Clendenen. Mrs. Hubert Mourning, Mrs. Wayne Willis, Mrs. Winfred Baugh, I same equipment will be available lo all. A school nurse will be hired lo look after the health problems. Cafeterias for school lunches will be provided as soon as possible and all the children in the area will have better opportunities for a well rounded education. If the proposition fails, rural district will pass out; of existence by default and will be attached to Mrs. Philip Plato, Mrs. Whitlock and Mrs. R. L. Jack Sche- maker will be teachers in the primary department. Teachers in the junior department will be Mrs. Ed Weller, Mrs. Ernest Abbott, Mrs. Lloyd Anderson, Mrs. George Reno and Mrs. C. W. Devening. Rev. C. L. Shewmaker will have charge of the handwork for the boys. News Notes KANE — Mrs. John Daniels, Dana, Ind., is visiting here this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Turner. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bates and Mrs. May Tucker spent Thursday in Raymond, 111. Mrs. Oman Vandersand spent Tuesday with friends in Carlinville. other districts where they will have no representation on the board of education. The dissolution of all non-high territory in July will force three year high schools out of existence. ion in a body. The school choir will sing. Following the service Ihe class will be guests of the school faculty at a breakfast to be served at Ihe school by the members of the junior class. At. the breakfast the class prophecy and will, will be read. Members of the graduating class are: Miss Carole J. Carmody, Miss Mary J. Behnen, Miss Bernadine J. Tepen, Miss Elizabeth Ann Rawe, Ronald E. Siemer, Raymond H. Grueter, Robert H. Scbnelt nnd Donald G. Kirbach. Mnn-lcss Girls Wnil Hundreds of girls in Suffolk villages are pleading with the commanding officer of an American fighting base near Ipswich, England, lo remove the ban on Hnlrl Final IVfpPtincr the station's five-man band play- jioui unai ineetuig t , , charlty hops The ban CARROLLTON.-The final meet- St. John's Brownie Troop three years he has served as principal of the Dallas City Community High School. ing of the season for Troop 23 of the Brownies of St. John's School was held Tuesday evening in the form of a wiener roast at the City Park. Games were played and prizes awarded to Doris Pohlman, Mary Lou Shuttleworth, Donna Hindelang, Rulh Ann Isaac, Lana Jones and Marilyn Kinser. Other members of the troop are Carol Cunningham, Mary Ann Hansen, Carolyn Hartman. Mary Lou Mattis, Sandra Meek, Sharon Robinson. Joyce Schroeder, Sharon Conrad, and Patty Clark. The troop leader is Mrs. Ray Schroeder with Mrs. William Robinson as her assistant. Troop mothers are Mrs. Melvin Mattis, Mrs. Clinton Meek and Mrs. George Pohlman. Railway union workers living in Calcutta quit work temporarily in protest against plans to establish headquarters of the proposed North-Eastern Railway at Gor- akhpur instead of Calcutta. was imposed at the request of the musicians' union and keeps the band from all but service dances. The girls say this puts them right back to pre-American days—not enough partners. Three truckloads of G. I.s always go to whatever dance the band is playing for. on cancer. Mrs. Charles V. Arnold, White Hall presented the treasurers report and Mrs. Mary Rockwell of this city reported the crusade is progressing satisfactorily. W. G. Vogt, appointed the following chairmen for the year: Mrs. Harold W. Horn, Carrollton, public education committee; Mrs. Martha L. Strickland, Carrollton, Carrollton Grade Honor Students CARROLLTON-Donhft Vorhles nnd Connie Gleason, pupils of the eighth grade of the local grade school have attained high honors for the last six weeks of the school year by having a grade of A In nil subjects according to an announcement made by Olin Stead, superintendent of the local high and grade school. Others in the eighth grade who were on Ihe honor roll are Helen Ross, Dixie Jones, Anne Crowder and Eric Wilson. Pupils on the honor roll from Ihe seventh gHade are Kent Black, David Borlin, Eugene Robinson, Patricia Pruett, Ronnie Shelton, Artricia Baker, Clara Reif, Shirley Rae Roll. Marie McCann, Maurietta McCann and Jack Kell. Members of the 6th grade on the honor roll are: Sue Snidle, Dorothy Meldrum. Marilyn Prultt, Linda Owens, Joe Gillingham, Larry Gourlcy, and Howard Shaw. Fifth grade honor roll members are: Diane Journey, Donald Price, Eugene Mohlman, Ronnie Carter, Carl Moushon, Bobby Jo Scheffel, and James Rhoades, Fourth grade honor roll members are: Patty Kell, Connie Gourley, Peggy Pruett, Ann Cunningham, Larry Shelton and Neil Mohlman. On the third grade honor roll are Margaret Mohlman, Mignon Bishop, James Smith, Barbara Snidle, Danny Martin, Shirley Keele and David Wood. HEADACHES Can Positively Be Eliminated With These Methods Dr. E. C. DAVIS LICENSED CHIROPRACTOR Specializing In Bad Backs and in Electronic Examination and Treatment WOOD RIVER, ILLINOIS 213 East Ferguson Avenue Hours: 1-7 P.M. Tel. 4-2321 Amazing, new WASHABLE WALL PAINT DU PONT FLOW NOTE Appllti like m«|U with kcuih Drlti in minutttl w*m«l l«v«ly p«it«Ui 4««p, rich Savejhe surface and youtiwe FREE ESTIMATE Monthly Paymtnti on Labor and Material!, Plan and Added Room Now Roof or Sidewalk Any Remodeling or Improvement GINTER-WARDEIN GO. 450 FRONT ST. 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