Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
Page 15
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THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Program Planned By Jersey Club First Meeting of Year Set In September JERSEVV1LLE — The program for the next club year of the Junior Woman's Club was planned by the executive board at a mooting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Harold Parsell. Meetings will be held at the Moose Home and the first meeting of the year will bo a pol.luek and party to welcome new members In September. No membership drive will be held this year but each member of the club Is asked to secure new members. Under the present by-laws membership fee is due by the end of June and these should be paid to Mrs. Stephen Cantor at Stephen's Studio. At the meeting tentative plans were made to have a Christmas da/we and also a spring dinner dance the coming year. The board decided to be 2S percent subscribed too "The Illinois Club Women" instead of 100 percent. In the future a "News Letter" will be sent to every club member after each executive board .meeting. This will contain information on discussions at the board session as well as a schedule of coming meetings and events. A board meeting will be held the first Thursday of each month, the next session to be in August at the home of Mrs. James Cadle. Those present for (he executive session were: Miss Betty Stanley, Miss Jean Heye, Mrs. James Cadle jr., Mrs. Fred Pratt, Mrs. Henry McCoy jr., Mrs. John Self, Mrs. Gregory Gibbons, Mrs. Virgil Searls, and Mrs. Hubert Catt. Pfc. Carpynky On Furlough JERSEYVILI/K — Pfc. Louise Carpunky of the Woman's Army Corps, is spending a 15-clny furlough here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Carpunky and other relatives. Pfc. Carpunky is in the finance division and is stationed at Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. She enlisted in service May 31, 1951. Guests of Friends Here •JERSEYVJLLK — Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McDonald, and Miss Dovie Ewing of Winchester, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chaney of Roodhouse, were guests this week of Misses Bertha and Nell Haynie and Mrs. Julia Hurley. Visit J'arentfi Here JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs'. Donald Beatty and daughter, Vicki, returned Monday to their home in Ames, la., following a few days visit here with Mr. Beatty'* parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Christy Beatty and other relatives. Donald Beatty will receive his degree from the University of Iowa at Ames, June 13. Baby Taken To Premature Center JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. LaVonn Krummelbein are parents of a daughter born at 6:49 a. m. (CST) Tuesday at the Boyd Memorial Hospital in Carrollton. This is the first child of the -couple. The baby weighed two pounds 14% ounces at birth and was removed to the premature center of St. John's Hospital in Springfield. Submits To Operation JERSEYVILLK-Marjory Ritter, 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ritter, underwent an operation for acute appendicitis Monday evening at the Boyd Memorial Hospital In Carrolllon. Former Jersvyan Receives Doctors Degree at Dallas JERSEYVILLE — The degree of doctor of modicinp was conferred upon Dnvid L. Robinsoon of Dallas, Texas, formerly of this city at the annual graduation ceremonies of the Southwestern Medical School of the University of Texas in Dallas, Monday evening. His uncle ,and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Draper and Miss Ulha Draper of this dity attend?d I he commencement and visited with their broth- David Robinson er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Laclede in Dallas, Dr. Robinson attended the local grade school as a boy and ranked high scholastically while a student there. He was graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School In Dallas and attended the University of Texas In Austin before enter* Ing military service during World War II. While in service he attended Biarritz-American University at Biarritz, France. After his discharge from the Army Dr. Robinson completed hi pre-tnedlcal work at Southen Methodist University in Dallas. H also took special chemistry course at Texas Christian University, Ft Worth, and North Texas Star Teachers College, Denton. He I affiliated with Pi Kappa Alpha and Phi Beta Pi Fraternities. 11 To Orndiiatf Tonight JERSEYVILLE — A class of , will be graduated from the eight! grade tonight at St. FraneiS Xav ier's School. They are: Sharon Malloy, Evelyn Beiermann, Robert Drainer, Arbedella Kallal, Pau Jones, Jo Ann Powderly, Geralc Dean, John Groppel, William Kal lal, Martha Million, James Steck cl, Thomas Waters, James Dolan Marjorie Imming, Joanne Killion John Kuebrich and Sandra Thatch r. The rlev. J. J. Clancy, pastpr will present the diplomas. In a former account the name of Shar TCI Vote on Bond Issue June W In Elsnh Twp. 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