Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1952 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 3, 1952
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TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 19S2 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH First Communion Class at Jersey 34 Youths Receive Rites Sunday Morning JERSEYVlLLE,'~u~ne 3.-Plrat Holy Communion was received by a class ot 34 boys and girls at 8 o'clock mass in St. Francis Xavler Church Sunday morning, A large group of children of the school also received communion. Members of the class were: Louis Akers, Katherine Allen, Beverly Becker, Carol Beiermnnn, Stanley Beiermann, Charles Bertman, Marjoric Brakeville, James Brickey, Richard Brooks, Robert Brundies, Ronald Burris, Glenda Butler, Richard Charow, Judith Clark, Ann Dlerklng, Robert Doty?, Rita Drainer, Terence Drainer, Linda Heitzlg, Penelope Heitzig, Edward Kallal, James Robert Kallal, Nadine Kallal, Theodore Kuc- brich, Benjamin Lahey, Larry Lawrence, James Muffley, Mary Margaret Powderly, 'Marjorie Rit- .ter, Ralph Schuckenbrock, Deron Schulte, Gerald Schulte, Monica Tonsor and Richard Vaughn. A class of 10 boys and girls received their first Holy Communion recently at St. Mary's Church, West Woods. They were: Sandra Heitzig, Phyllis Peguc, Barbara Becker, Shirley Piepcr, Thomas Garrison, Larry Heitzig, Douglas Dunham, Larry Joe Kanallakan, Patrick Heitzig and Edward Heitzig. Receive Degrees at Slntrtleff JERSEYV1LLE.—Degrees were received by three local people at Shurlleff College Monday. Miss Alma Breitvveiser, member of the grade school faculty, and the Rev. Owen Hamilton, pastor of Bethel Baptist Church, received the degree of bachelor of arts,, and William Warner, an employe of the Jerseyville postoffice received the degree of bachelor of science in business administration. Finn" Card Shower JERSEYVILLE.—Friends of Mrs. Ruby Bushnell, aged resident of this city, are planning a postcard shower for her this week. Mrs. Bushnell, is the mother of six children and was married 54 years ago Sunday. She has been ill for some time. Cards should be addressed to Mrs. Ruby Bushnell, Sumner street, care of Mrs. Lloyd Weller, Jerseyville. Farm House Burns JERSEYVILLE.—A farm house on the land owned by Melvin E. Deck was destroyed by fire last .week, according to information received here Saturday. At the time of the fire the house was vacant except for a few items of furniture that had been left there by a tenant who had been occupying the dwelling. Baccalaureate Services'Meld At Jerseyvitle JERSEYVILLE. — "Learning to See" was the theme of the address given by the Rev. L. S. Poole, pastor of the Baptist Church, at the baccalaureate service Sunday evening In the Methodist. Church honoring the 1952 graduates of the Jersey Community High School. . The program, the first event of commencement week, opened with an organ prelude, "Among the Pines," by Miss Joan Searles. Fol* lowing the class processional, the hymn "O God Our Help In Ages Past" was sung and Invocation was asked by the Rev. M. Edwards Breed, pastor of the Presbyterian Church. An a Cappella Choir fr/Jm the school sang "In Heaven Above" and following scripture reading, Rev. Gerald Bock, pastor of the Peace Evangelical and Reformed Chutch, gave the prayer. The a Cappella group sang "Onward Christian Soldiers" prior to the baccalaureate address and the closing hymn Was "Lead Op O King Eternal,,' The benediction was given by Rev. F. \y. Schwarzlose, pastor of the Methodist Church, . Miss Imogene Isrlnghausen directed the a Cappella Choir and Miss Searles was organist for the program. Melvin Weller was head usher and the junior ushers were, Sharon Garber, Gail Shafer, Marria Zimmerman, Shirley Chapin, Gloria Stone and Betty Shea. Jersey Alumni Dance Thursday JERSEYVILLE, June 3.-Plans are complete for the alumni dance honoring 1952 graduates of the Jersey Community High School Thursday in the high school gymnasium from 9 to 12. Dave Stiles' orchestra will furnish the music. Mrs. Stclle Home from Trip JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Frank E. Stelle returned Monday to her home here following a seven weeks vacation trip. She was a guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Stelle and children at Glendale, Calif., and accompanied a group from the Los Angeles Breakfast Club on a trip to Honolulu, Hawaii. Enroute home she visited with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Moore Stelle in Austin, Tex. - Fishing Without License JERSEYVILLE. — A complaint was filed here Saturday by Inspector Raymond Ridenour of the department of conservation against Ralph E. Woods of St. Louis, charging the latter with fishing in Illihois waters without a license. Woods pleaded guilty in justice of the peace court before Justice A. Thatcher and was fined ?15 and costs. Jersey 4*H Girl Wins Scholarship JERSEYVILLE, June 3.~~Mlss Efrnn Coftingham,.daughter of Col. Ira Cottlngha^m was one of two Illinois Extension 4-H specialists to win a scholarship foi- training In human development education, at the University of Maryland Institute for Child Stndy, during its summer work shop from June 23 to Aug. 1. Miss Cottingham Is assistant state leader in home economics 4-H Club work. The workshop program will Include lectures by prominent psychologists and educators. Laboratory sessions will give the students an opportunity to apply principles learned In the lectures to actual growlng-up problems of young people. tlcrncyvllle Notes JERSEYVILLE.-Mr. and Mrs. George Stringer are parents of a daughter born at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton, Saturday. The baby weighed seven pounds and five ounces, and is the couple's second child. Roy Boker jr., of St. Louis was stricken with appendicitis Sunday while on a fishing trip in Jersey county. He was removed in the Jacoby ambulance to Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton. Mrs. Lulher Gillham of the -povv vicinity was removed from her home by the Jacoby ambulance Sunday to St. Luke's Hosptial, St. Louis. Mrs. Lloyd Wood was taken to the Macoupin County Hospital at Carlinville Sunday by the Jacoby ambulance. She underwent X-ray examination and returned to her home here. An Alton motorist was fined $25 and costs here Sunday on a plea of guilty before Justice /Thatcher on a charge of operating his motor vehicle in the wrong traffic lane. Jersey Girls to ExhibitWorknt Scout Conclave JERSEYVILLK — Preparations for entering exhibits fit the Lone Troop Girl Scout Area Conference at the Broadview Hotel In East St. Louis Sept. 24 and 25, were made at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. Ray Sweetman Friday. Mrs. Fred W. Moore, Mrs. E. L. Rauth and Mrs. Francis Plpplt, advisers for this area, were here to assist at the planning session. Representatives of the Girl Scout Association In Jerseyville present were Mrs. F. A. Munsterman, Mrs. Eric Haun, Mrs. Russell Storey, Mrs. LaVerne Poole, Mrs. Howard K. Parker and Mrs. Ray Sweetman. Outdoor crafts was chosen as the theme for the exhibits and a number of scouting problems were discussed. The meeting opened at 10 a. m. and a nose bag lunch was served at noon and coffee was served the group by the hostess. Mrs. Sweetman is chairman of the ll county groups and will go to Belleville, June 25 to meet with representatives of these counties and complete plans for the district conclave. This meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Rauth In Belleville. Guests nt Xelson Home JERSEYVILLE. — Mrs. Nelle Mensing and grandchildren. Linda and Gary Weaver of Peoria, 111., returned to their home Sunday after being guests since Thursday of Mrs. Mensing's sister, and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Nelson. Mrs. Dorothy Coultas of Jacksonville, her daughter- •in-iaw, Mrs. Edward C. 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