Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 30, 1956 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREB 42 Types of Soil Listed In Jersey County Survey JERSEYVILLE. _ There are at least 42 types of soil in the Jersey County area and possibly others that may be classed as separate types, according to Charles Downey of the Soil Conservation Service. Downey was the principal speaker at the weekly meeting of the Jersey Rotary Club Mori- day noon at the Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church of this city. In his discussion regarding Hie soils of the Jersey County district, Downey told something ol the soil typing program that is being conducted at present in the county by soil testing and typing teams from the Illinois University working in conjunction with the Soil Conservation Service. "\Ve can tell cattle by the various breeds to which they belong," stated Downey, "and just as we know Hereford, Angus and other breeds of cattle, wo are able to determine certain types of soil. The tests of the various types of soil tell us many things, the ability to resist erosion, the amount of yield of crops grown on the soils, the fertilizer needs and many other things. "The soil conservation service is conducting the same work as that being done in Jersey County throughout the United States at the present time. It is a gigantic inventory of our soil wealth as a nation. "The early settlers had a soil classification system of their own. This was based on the types of trees or vegetation found growing on various areas. They named the tracts, as post oak, white oak. black jack and numerous other identification factors to be found growing on j certain types of soil." | Downey told of a type of soil east of Jerseyville that may he identified as No. 43 type for the locality of Medora. Its composition, Downey reported, is different from that of any of the other known and already classified 42 varieties. The soil survey and classification will be valuable in the con- For Fall Permanenfi, Soft and Natural, That Latt and Lait — CALL THE OF EDWARD For Your Appointment Phont Jtrseyvillt 86 RX !18 X. SUt« SU Jerheyvllle, HI Duck Hunting Reported Poor In Jersey Area JERSEYVILLE — Local duck hunters who went to the vicinity of the Illinois River Saturday morning reported shooting was poor. Reynold B. Hagcn of Jerseyville was one of the hunters to go to the river area Saturday. "There were a few ducks in the area," Hagen slated, "but they were keeping at a safe distance. The big flights from the north have not worked this far south. It will lake a lot of cold weather in the north to drive them this lar south." Couple Wed Here JERSEYVILLE — A marriage license was issued Saturday morning from the office of County Clerk Thomas Lock to Roscoe Robert King, 21. of Fidelity, and Miss Edith Ann Dalton, 18, of Alton. The couple was married at 8 o'clock that evening by Justice of the Peace Thatcher at his office. Karl E. King and Leona A. King were attendants. Attend Funeral JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Claud S. Maguire of near Jerseyville; Mrs. Walter Maguire of Wood River; Mrs. Leslie Sinclair of Edwardsville, and Urban Sinclair of Jerseyville went to Eldorado Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Grant Sturgill. The deceased was the mother of John Sturgili who is a brother-in-law of the Jenwyvillp residents. \ew Grandson JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin Strassnmeier of Troy, Mo., are announcing the birth of a son. Robert Edwin, at the Troy Memorial Hospital, on Oct. 26. This is the first child of the couple and he weighed seven pounds, 10 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marshaw. and a great grandson of Edwin Marshaw, of Dow. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Strassemeicr was Miss Eva Mae Marshaw. The baby's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rinkel of Edwardsville. came to Dow Sunday and, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Marshaw, went to Troy to make the acquaintance of the lilt!e boy. Mrs. Rinkel was formerly Miss Betty Jean Marshaw of Dow. Announce Birth of Girl JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kanallakan of Jerseyville are the parents of a girl born at 9:-S2 a.m. Oct. 26 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed six pounds 12 ounces and is the first child of the couple. Mrs. Kanallakan was formerly Miss Mary Scoggins. struc.tion of roads, Downey 'declared, for it is important to know the composition of the soil over which a highway is being constructed. The program chairman of the meeting Monday was Morris Waggoner, who at one time was employed by the Soil Conservation Service. There were 28 members and guests in attendance. Michigan has 85 varieties of growing trees, more than any other state and more than in all of Europe. Jersey Girl Vocalist In College Show JERSEYVILLE — Miss Sandra Thatcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: John S. Thatcher of Jerseyville, a freshman at Maryville College in St. Louis, was a vocalist in the program presented at the Little Theatre of the College Sunday. The program followed an open house and tea for relatives and friends of students given at the college. Miss Thatcher sang "Dear Little Boy Of Mine" dedicating her number to her younger brother. David Carl Thatcher, who observed his eighth birthday anniversary that day, and was among the guests. Attending from Jerseyville were Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Thatcher, Mrs. John S. Thatcher and sons, Johnny and David Carl. Announce Birth of Daughter JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jobes of Bushnell, Fla.. are announcing the birth of a daughter on Oct. 28 in that city. The baby has been named Penelope Ann and weighed eight pounds 9 ounces. She is the second child of the couple and is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Jacobs and a groat granddaughter of Mrs. Jennie Wood, all of Jerseyville. . Mrs. Jobes was formerly Miss Mary Jacobs of this city. The couple's other child is a son, Robert Marcus, aged 18 months. Mr. Jobes is a member of the faculty of the Bushnpll schools. Parents of Son JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. John Mooneyham of Kano are the parents of a boy born at 9:01 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Jersey Community Hospital. This is the fourth child of the couple and he weighed & pounds 15 ounces. Entertained at Kyan Home JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bittner and son, Frankie, of Richmond Heights, Mo., were guests Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus J. Ryan. Mr Bittner returned home that evening and Mrs. Bittner and son are remaining here until Thursday. Mrs. Addie Chappcll of Alton and her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schroeder of St. Louis, spent Sunday here at the Ryan home. Mrs. Chappeil is! an aunt of Mrs. Ryan. Victor Dod-: son of BrrnUvood, Mo., was also a recent giifst of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ryan. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Burch of Jerseyville are announcing the birth of a girl at 10:50 a.m. Oct. 29 at the Jersey Community- Hospital. This" is the first child of the couple and the baby weighed six pounds six ounces. Before her marriage Mrs. Burch was Miss Carol Marshall. Jersey Girl, 10, Burned When Clothing Ignites JERSEYVILLE — Jcanir Gray,, seven-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gray of Jerseyville. is a patient at the Jerwy Communi I ty Hospital where she was taken Saturday for treatment of burns Tin; little girl wn;i playing with her brother and other children ai her home and the children buill a fire which caught .leanir's clothing and she suffered first, second and possible third degree burns. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE — A daughter was born to Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas Womack of Jersey ville at 7:07 a.m. Oct. 26 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds six ounces and is the second child of the couple. Mrs. Womack was formerly Miss Betty Isringhausen. Motlora No uries Reported In Jersey Crash JERSEYVILLE. — Cars driven by Harry Cope of the Jerseyville area and Eugene Glass- ineyer of Wood River collided near the Cope residence, four miles west of this city, atetit 10:15 a.m. Sunday. According to state police reports, the car of Cope was struck by the one driven by Glassmeyer as it was turning off Rt. 16 onto a highway leading to a cemetery. None of the occupants of the two vehicles suffered any injuries. State Police Officer Philip E. Behrens of the Batchtown vicinity was called to handle the accident. Daughter Bom at Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. William Kinsey of 212 Curtiss St. Jerseyville. are the parents of a daughter born at 1:30 a.m. Sunday at the Jersey Community Hospital. This is the third child of the couple. Mrs. Kinsey was formerly Miss Helen Bowers. Finds Old Papons Hemphill Agency Announces Sales Recent, sales of real estate, a announced h\ the Hairy K. Hemphill Agency: The home of Mr. mid Mrs. William Knuulcs m <1 W. Delmar avenue WHS sold to Mr. and Mrs Birthday Dinner* MEDORA Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brooks. Ronnie and Miss Elhel. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robert Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver l/>\ . Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Loy and son, Mr. and Mrs, James I/A. Mr. and Mrs. l.eanclr Young and family attended a birthday dinner at the hnne of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wellhausrn. Carrollton. Sunday. The honored a ' c ones were Mrs. Lenncle Young, Mrs. James \jiy. Mrs. Wellhausen and Ralph Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. M. Mayhue >md family al(ended a birhday celebration Sundav at 'he home of On Dee. 15 Betlialto Club Women Vote To Sponsor Blood Drive Wilbur Hoimes: and Mrs.! Louise Biinse. who have moved to I .Tersevville. her nephew, Leroy Jackson, near Champaign, sold home was a wiener roast, iionoring the birthday of Rf^ndy Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Tucker. Mrs. Irl Rhoads and Mr. and Mr:s. Miss Jo Ann Konko at 11 E. Delmar avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Sproull purchased a home, at 524 Division St. from Mr. and Mrs. Harry Me-! Owen Rhoads attended a birili- Inlyre; the former homo of Mr. j day dinner Sunday at the home and Mrs. Clarence Raynar at 2521 j.of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rho. ds, Sanford Ave., was purchased by [ Carrollton. The dinner was in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dale; Mr. and Mrs. Lance M. Kuhnline purchased a home at 1411 Seminary honor of the eleventh birthdav of Randall Rhoads, son of the Carrollton couple. (jospPl Mission M E D O R A — KJoyci .Summers. who was critieally injured in and Mrs. Frederick Stanim at' London, England, several months 4526 Alby Rd. i »Ko. who has been hospital!/ed since that lime, is exported to arrive home in Medora \Ved- St. from Mr. and Mrs. Fred Storm: Mr. Joseph Boucher purchased the former home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Femviok of! 2628 Knim St. sold their home to] Mr. and Mrs. Oral Wilson of North Henderson. III.: Mr. and Mrs. James Riiey sold the home at 2-187 Johnson SI. to Mr. and Mrs. John Stockard; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Paynter purchased from Mr. and Mrs. David Zumwalt the home at 3307 Leo St.; Edward Mourning sold his home at 2409 Virden St. to Mr. and Mrs. William Koehne; Mr. and,Mrs. Carl Watkins purchased a Iwmu at 1233 Brown St. from Mr. and Mrs. Edward Koel- len'the former home of Mrs. Virginia Flagg, Wood River, by Betty D. Bowman: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bobbs of 4?>2 Brent- 716 Ferguson Ave.. has been purchased ncsday. He will tell his death- door experience at the Gospel Mission in Medora Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. His sister. Mrs. Ruth Clark, and daughters of now occupied by Arnold. wood, sold their home to Mrs. Katherine Klasner Stolze. who is moving here from St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Funk purchased the firmer home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner at 2626 Yager St. Mr. and Mrs. Elias Nolan sold the home at ."Oil Edgewoxj to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Show-make: Mr. and Mrs. August Parcel! purciiast-Ti a home /rum Mr. ar.d Mrs. Kenneth Ketterer at. 2-119 Kohler St.: Harold Dabbs purchased a home at _ r,:!14 Belie St. from Mi. and Mrs. i Roland Jouett; Mr. and Mrs. Ed- BKTHALTO. - The Bolhalto Women's Club inei Friday evening ol the library. Hostesses were Mrs. Delhert Hanlley and Mis. Gene Kaslen. A« part of the program. Mrs. Alma Kilets. chaii-man of the Hed Cross blood program of Madison County, spoke on Ihe benefit:: and u>at;e of the bloodmobile in this area. Mrs. Eilers is a resident of f'/lwardsville. Ii uas decided in Die meeting that the club would sponsor the blnodnioirilc this ve;ir in Be- thiilto. Eighty-eight pintf of blood \\-as Hie quota and goal established for the community. The drive will be held on Dee. 15. Announcement was made that the Good Neighbor is'ight will be leld Nov. 13 at Cerlral School in Roxana, with the Pojxana club members acting as hostesses. Plans were also made for Husband's Night A-lilch will be at the next meeting. Nov. 9, in Be-; thalto. A potluck supper will be [ featured with the club meeting! in the Catholic Church basement, j Mrs. Carl Earth, art chair-1 man. introduced Mrs. Ernest, Lenninsrton, a member of the 1 club, who also belongs to the \ Wood River Garden Club. Mrs. j Lennington spoke to the worn-' en on the art of flower arrang-i ing. centering her discussion on \ the proper way to make corsages and centerpieces. More* Says Science Clor-p To Controlliii<: CoM? LONG BEACH. Calif. 'P - An official of the California Stair Henlth Department sn\s science is close tn control of (lie common cold. Di. Arthur f". llollisler Jr., chief of the Burrau ol Anne Communicable Disrates, said the chief handicap to dmrlopment of a fold j vaccine is the many strains of; virus involved in the cold. j "Many viruses appear in the laborati.il 1 > when \ve start to take the common cold apart." Ur. Hoi- lister told representatives of 150 southern California public health departments Momlav. "Where the polio vaccine had to deal with three strains, a cold vaccine may have to deal with as manv as 10." Sardines (pilchards' have vanished again from waters along Africa's southwest, roast where I they have bee plentiful. Fishermen blame changing currents--the fish follow the warm streams —Cape Town reports, AUNT JEMIMA TOO BIG FOK CANALS j The world's biggest tanker, tool largo | 0 unp the Sue/ or Panama j canals, will bf> sent on the Persia) to North America run. Tokyo reports. She ;.<; the Universe Leader, launched in Japan—7SO feel lona and with a tonnage, when loaded, of S'l.7.",0. DELICIOUS PANCAKES! Sorvi'd wllh Syrup. Under. I'orli Sa 4 The papers were found when some of the weather boarding was removed the past week. One was a copy of the St. Louis Globe Democrat ol Aug. 5, 1888. and a copy of the old Jersey County Democrat containing a story of the death of General JERSEYVILLE. — Harold Ar-j William T. Sherman. nold of this city recovered a j number of old newspapers that) ~—,~~-~~-~. had been utilized for insulation | purposes when carpenters put I on weather boarding of the home j ward McMar.us wild their home at | ._. 1130 East Sixth St. to Mr. and Mrs. Peoria will also at this service. speak and SHU- ; John Chontofalsky; Mrs. Elsie Kane, formerly of 3016 College Ave. sold her home to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cochran: Mr. and Mrs. Berland Paul purchased the former John A. Miller home at 1001 Lan^don St. CAM. I'S FOR FLORAL, AKR.-VM.JKMENTS REXROAT FLOWER MART *:«OI L. Broadway *Dial 2-743!» Open t veiling* JL Sunday FREE! Saturday. Nov. 3 From 9 lo 5 Moto Mono — Mrs. Robert Allison. Mrs. Elmer IWmkamp. Mrs. Rudolph Vtildman and Mrs. Bernard Hufker attended a regional cnn- frrewe of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs at Collinsvilla Thiirsdnv. Mrs. Millard C. 0'T>11. Mrs. E. C. Prilchell and Mrs. Margaret Kabel atended the District PrP«t- hytr-rial meeting at. Collinsville Friday. Mr. anrl Mrs. Carl Hoi berk and daiighler. Kay. Miss Erma Bur- t;ess. Mr, Dan Ay res. and Mr. Lylf Uimlrelh attended the 1111- nnis-Michifian football game in Champ-lien Saturday. Mr. iind Mrs. Walter Andrews of S»nth Rnxatia were Sunday after- niKin guesls at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wildman. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Dohrinsky and sons of Illiopolis spent Sunday at the .1. L. Brazier homo. 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