Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 2, 1952 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 2, 1952
Page 12
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f»A8« TWBLVB ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1952 79 Rural Graduates Given Diplomas in Jersey Ared — Seventy-nine boys and girls received their eighth grade dIi>ldrftHS frohi rural schools at e*ercises of Community Unit District No. 1W Saturday at the Jersey Community High School. G F. Roth, Superintendent of the Unit presented the diplomas. The ad dress WHS 'given by 0. A. Wilson jr., county superintendent of COME SEE AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING nUTuEJHIC SEETHE "MAGICCYCLE" SELF-DEFROSTING KELVINATOR •r>tenl applied for. Jfttrt It • Mffvr fttflftnrttt . •• n't REFRIGERATION ' ""d APPLIANCE CO, schools. The Rev. G. M. Bock, pastor of Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church gave the Invocation and benediction. The group was welcomed to the high school by Principal Ldtils N. Heldor. The graduates: Buckeye school- Loretta Mae Dabbs, Virginia Faye Dabbs, and Kenneth Ray Dabbs; Delhi Frank W. Carter. Joann S. Bock, Wesley M. Calame. Dolores June Haven, David G. Pilchford, Edna V. Edsall and Adclene M. Armstrong; Diamond — Walter Campbell jr., Frank Fitzgibbons and Raymond IT. Cummings. Dow —Kay p. (ioheen, Rosemary licit/man, Luther Lynn, Myrna Kay Mandorca, Jack Mott and Janet Wadlow; Elsah — Hazel Marie Cresswell and Cecile Ilene Thompson; Fieldon-Russell Louis Schaaf, Rodney Laverne Delp, Lee Davenport, Thelma Yvonne Cafes, Ruth Ann Skinner, Mary Evelyn Eagleton, Mary Lois Ford. Edna Marie Maple, Doris Geraldine Gates, Robert Joe Holder, Helen Louise Reynolds, Edna Cora Schaaf, Barbara Tillie Morrison, Shirley Mae Woods, Howard Laverne Roady, Donald Myers, Leroy Allen Stiles. Gunterman — Herbert John Hagen, Shirley Eilene Isringhausen, James Arthur Mielke, and Robert Edward Wiist; Lone Star—Wanda Lee Crull; Meadow Branch—Lavena Maxine Bailey, Phyllis Mureta Blasa, Dale D, McCoy. Otterville — Kenneth Eugene Wahle, Jackie Gene Chappell, Wayne Clinton Perdun, David Gettings, Ernest Ayres, jr., Betty J. McAdams and Troy L. Pace, jr.; Pleasant Hill—Mary Katherine Dotson, Beatrice Mae Talley, and Loren Isringhausen; Rosedale—Rosalie Grether, Charles Bert Blackorby, Wesley Edward powers; tound Prairie—Rosalie F. Dunse, Maurice L. Fessler, Gail L. Gray, Carl A. Gray; Sherman—Edna ..ucy. Shaw ,and Marcella Marie Willis; Spencer—Freddie M. Marshall, Jqan M. Moore, Marilyn C. Cummings, Richard L. VanMeter, tlenn G. Gerdt. Tolman—Frances _,ucille Blackorby, Adele Clare Mae Tepen. Union—Florence L. Blasa and Lois Marie Woods. White Oak- Dorothy Jean Hancock, Glenda Louise Hancock, Edward Eugene Croxford, Paul William Fessler and Clyde Lee McCoy. A Japanese shipping line soon will start regular calls at Naples, Italy. : Your Exclusive Kelvinator Dealer SIS BELLE ST. WE'LL TEST RADIO TUBES Alt you fotta do is take 'em out of your •et and brine 'em in! You could bring in the -whole set — the ii small and we'll have It work- 2-2623 in * '" perfect order in a couple of days! MCTORT TRAINED EXPERTS HOWARD & WELLS Appliance Mart Wi VV. FOURTH ST. PHONE 2-2623 Jersey BandDons New Uniforms iot Memorial Parade JERSEYVILLE — Members of the Jersey Community High School band wore their new uniforms for the first time In the Memorial Day Parade Friday. The outfits are of cadet blue, with regulation band jackets, white trim nnd completed with white caps. The costumes of the majorettes are of blue and white and are rever- siblf. A fine representation of local patriotic and civic groups participated in the parade through the business section to the cemetery Memorial Day with veterans of three wars In the line of march. The annual observance this year was under supervision of a joint committee of Veterans of Foreign Wars nnd the American Legion, composed of Jack McGuJre, Robert L. Reese and Lawrence Crone. Members of the Woman's Relief Corps placed a wreath of flowers on the GAR monument In the courthouse yard before joining the parade. At the cemetery the following program took place: Selections by Jersey Community High School band; invocation, The Rev. Gerald M. Bock, pastor of Peace Evangelical & Reformed Church; reading of Logan's General Order, John Bloomer jr.; Memorial' address, the Rev. P. P. Heinen, pastor of the Church of the Holy Ghost; placing of wreath; National Anthem; benediction, the Rev. R. L. Dale, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene; taps; firing squad. Jersey Parochial Program June 5 JERSEYVILLE.—Graduation exercises for St. Francis Xavier's 16 graduates will be held Thursday and not Mondriy as was erroneously printed in Saturday's Telegraph. The commencement, will be held in the school hall. Neighbors Shower Newlyweds JERSEYVILLE — Airman 2/C and Mrs. Wesley Jewsbury, who have been guest of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jewsbury of the Jerseyville vicinity, have returned to Carnegie, Pa. The couple, who were married May 24 at St. Joseph's Church in Corapolis, Pa., were honored at a miscelleaneuos shower Tues-day evening at the Jewsbury home. Neighbors planned the surprise and showered the newlyweds with gifts. About 20 were present. Refreshments were served. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Jewsbury was Miss Phillis Barthen, only daughter of Mrs. Aida Earthen of Crafton,' Pa. The Rev. Father O'Hara performed the ceremony and Mrs. Joseph Barthen- and Fred Earthen of Crafton, sister-in-law and a brother of the bride, were attendants. Breakfast was served at Hie home of the bride's mother. Mrs. Jewsbury is a graduate of the-high school at Crafton and is employed in Carnegie by Bell Telephone Co. Airman 2/C Jewsbury is stationed at greater Pittsburgh Airport in Corapolis. He was graduated from Jersey Community Hifh School in 1948 and before enlisting in the air force in January, 1951, was engaged in farming here with his father. The couple have established their home in Carnegie, Pa. You Can Give BULOVA for Graduation! Yes... It's the Graduation Gift of a Lifetime I ri THE STONE BROS WAY - TONE BROS I CREOIT JEWELERS ' 118 W 3rd St f« IN 57, LOUIS fr Uwt f 2647 Cherokee f 2701 N. Hth St. * Jeraeyvllte «fefn§yvllle Note* JERSEYVILLE - Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth firayshaw and daughter, Barbara Ann, left Saturday for a two-week vacation. They will visit Mrs. Brayshaw's brother, Joe Kratky, at Travers City, Mich., and her sister, Mrs. Carl Lukash, at Pestigo, Wise. They will then go to Lake Chetak, Birchwood, WIs., for a week's fishing, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Chappell, and tho latter's sisters, Misses Emma and Mary Breitwciser, motored to Ft. Smith, Ark., to spend tho Decoration day holiday with Pvt. Donald Chappell who is stationed at Camp Chaffce. Mrs. Laurens Enos, who spent tho winter with her daughU>tf, arrived Thursday from New York where she has been visiting recently with her daughter, Mrs. George Netlleton. Mrs. Nettieton accompanied her to Jerseyville for a short visit. Another daughter of Mrs. Enos, Mrs. Victoria Harlow, daughter Clara and son Richard of Batcsville, Ark., arrived in Jerseyville Tuesday to spend the summer with Mrs. Enos. Mrs. Eliza Worstman of Atlanta, Ga. arrived Saturday for a visit with her moth- r, and Mrs. Wade Bauer of Alton is also visiting at. the Enos home here. Pvt. Russell Sinclair, who is stationed at Ft. Bliss, Tex., is spending a 12-day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Russell Sinclair, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Stinnett were guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Marie Stinnett, in Greenfield. Thursday evening and Friday, and attended the alumni dance at Greenfield High School. Misses Agnes Ryan and Virginia Hunter who are employed as secretaries at the United States Defense Corp. In St. Louis, spent the holiday weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan and Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hunter. A. F. Brammeier of Madison, Wise., former Jerseyville business man, is spending a week at the home of his son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brammeier, and wjth other relatives and friends in Jerseyville and Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Courtney and son, John, of Oak Park, 111., have returned to their home following a few days' visit with Mrs. Courtney's mother, Mrs. J. C. McMichael. Jim Schneider who is employed at Oak Park, was a guest over the weekend of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Madson and daughter, Kathy Sue, of Springfield returned home Sunday after being guests for a few days of the baby's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Little and Mrs. John Madson. Mrs. A. F. Mitzel had as guests over the weekend Miss Pauline Mitzel and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fleckenstein and children of Chicago; Miss Blanclfe Mitzel of Fulton, Mo., Miss Marie Mitzel of St. Louis, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Whitley and four children of Poplar Bluffs, Mo. The Whitley family were also guests of Mr. Whitley's mother, Mrs. Mary Whitley and other relatives here. While a recent rise in living costs in Holland, over a six month period, was not sufficient to warrant a general wage increase, workers were granted a lump sum settlement. Jersey Residence Gutted By Fire JEftSEtVlLLE — The one-story frame residence owned by Nancy Fairfax on Stryker avenue, w^s damaged by fire Thursday evening. About 11:10 p. m. the family returned home and noticed what appeared to be a light In their house. Investigation showed the premises were on fire and the fire deportment was called. Firemen quickly extinguished the blaze and succeeded In keep- Ing It. from spreading to adjacent property but before its discovery It had gained such headway that the house was gutted and practically all the contents ruined. The fire apparently started In the attic. Earlier In the evening the family had burned wast.e paper In the kitchen stove and It is thought the chimney was defective and the heat from the burning paper resulted In the fire. Oradimtod In Nursing JERSEYVILLE- Miss Vera Lee Landon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Landon of the Union Forest vicinity, was graduated from Julia Burnham School of Nursing in Champaign, Sunday, and arrived today to spend a month's vacation here with her parents. Mrs. Landon and another daughter, Mrs. Oma H. Humiston. attended the commencement exercises at the Christian Church in Champaign Sunday accompanied Miss Landon home. To Honor Associate Officers JERSEYVILLE - Jerseyville Eastern Star Chapter will honor associate matrons and associate patrons at their meeting Tuesday in the Masonic temple. Mr. and Mrs. Max Downey,. associate matron and patron, will fill the stations of worthy patron and worthy matron. Child Care Provided Something finally Is to be done about the thousands of children belonging to market stall keepers In Mexico City. A child nursery is to be placed on each of the city's main streets, under a plan of tho Union of Small Shopkeepers. Foi years there have been constantly recurring cases of children being lost or kidnapped in the crowded market places where their parents hold forth. plenty of clean, toft whit* diapers always ... from TINY TOT diap«r sorvic* »r \»a ONLY Triple Germ-rVe«f Prefect/on * IVORY WASH *DIAPERENE RINSI * LAIORATORY CONTROLLED 71 DIAPERS A WEEK plui unitary container, Segregated per- lonal-ner-baq washing . . . alwayi th« umt diapers! Twice-a-uleek delivery. 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May we invite you to ride on the rough- road miracle of the Qtiflow shock absorbers which only Chrysler'built can May we invite you to drive a Chrysler Imperial . . . and learn for yourself bow much you'd miss, and deeply regret, if you bought another car today without knowing this one first? We ... and Imperial by Chrysler.., are at your service, any time. CHRYSLER THE FINEST CAR HAS YET REXROAT MOTORS, Inc. 2625 E. Broadway, Alton STUART MOTOR CO. 316 E. Ferguson, Wood River

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