Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 30, 1956 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGfi FtVB Nov. 6 Election One Contest in Greene County CARROLLTON - John R. Clark. Republican, and Finice Doyle, Democrat, both candidates foi the office of Greene County Circuit Clerk, are the only candidates campaigning in the Nov. 6 election. All of the other county candidates are unopposed. They are L. Keith Hubbard, Democrat, for states attorney; and \V, Hal Wolfe, Republican for coroner. Clark is the Circuit Clerk at i the resent time, having been ap-i pointed several months ago to serve the unexpired term of Mrs. Thera Singleton, who resigned. Clark is a Carrollton resident and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Clark of this city. He is a graduate of the Carrollton Community Unit High School and studied for two year- at Bradley University, where he marjored in busiess administration. He served in the U.S. army during the Korean campaign and since receiving his discharge has made his home in this ,city, being engaged in the insuraco business with his father until his appoint-1 ment to the office of Circuit | Clerk. His wife is the former j Mary Wolfley, daughter of Mr. j and Mrs. Trumt.n Wolfley. The Clarks are the parents of three children. Clark is secretan of j the local Jaycees and is active : in Boy Scout work. j Doyle, Clark's opponent on the j Democratic ticket, is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doyle and is a farmer residing in Wrights vicinity. He is active j on the board of Greenfield Community School Unit and is vice chairman of the Production-Marketing Association. He is married and there are four children in the family. Hubard, of White Hall, who is unopposed for states attorney, is the son of the late Mr. and .Mrs. Ear! Hubbard and is a World War II veteran, having served two years overseas. He is a graduate of the School of Commerce and the Law School of the nlversity of Illinois and has been a practicing attorney in While Hall since 194S. Hubbard. who is unmarried, is a member of the Greene County Bar Association, the Tri-County Bar Association and the State Bar Association. Wolfe of Roodhouse, who is seeking re-election to the office of county coroner, is married, his__wife being the former Jean Merrill. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe are the parents of one daughter. • Miss Peggy Wolfe. Wolfe owns and operates the Wolfe Memor- i News of Members In Armed Forces PVT. PATRICIA L. SHERWIN, who enlisted in the Women's Army Corps, Aug. 20, has been assigned to the clerical procedure's and typing school, Ft. McClellan, Ala. She was recently graduated from eight weeks of basic training at the WAC Center, Ft. McClellan. Ala. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Sherwin. 1019 W. Ninth St., Pvt. Sherwin is a graduate of Civic Memorial High School, Bethalto. \ PVT. EDITH M. SHIRE, daughter of Charles R. Shire, 320 Grand Ave., East Alton, has been assigned to Ft. Jackson, S. C.. foilo\ving completion of basic training at the Women's Army Corps, Ft. McClellan. LongToSpeak At Greene 4-H Program CARROLLTON. — Robert Long, Jersey County farm adviser, will speak at the annual Greene County 4-H Club Achievement program Monday, Nov. 5, at 7:45 p.m. at the auditorium of Greenfield Community Unit High School. A representative of the Cities Service Oil Co. will present the 'Key Club' 1 awarrls to Key 4-H Club members. The Key Club awards are donated to the 4-H Club members throughout the state by the Cities Service firm. Other county and state awards will be presented to individual members by Mrs. Cleatus Reynolds, the chairman of the ial Home- and the Wolfe Home Furnishing Store in Roodhouse. Judge Smith Calls Jury For Nov. 19 in Greene Court CARROLLTOX —Circuit Judge ClPm Smi'.h entered an order Friday for petit jurors to report for duty Nov. 19. The jurors who were drawn Monday morning are: Margaret George, Francis P. Anderson, Elbert R. Green. Buell L. Martin, Wilmoth L. Edwards, August Townill, Fred Spencer, Hazel M. Homey of White Hall; Irene Edwards, George P. Faulkner, FOR ELGIN WATCHES REMEMBER IRVIN JEWELER Authorized Elgin Dealer 1714 WASHINGTON AVE. ALTON, ILL. | Floyd S. Cook, Fred M. Becker, j D. Lee Masters, Warren W. i Edwards, and Lewis Elmer Pern- I brook, Greenfield. I Herman Jilg. Edgar F. Way- jham, Ivy O. Doyle. Robert N. [Bandy, lister Groves. Agnes ! Nash, Mather E. Reif, and Roy JC. Batty, Carrollton: Lloyd Cox, I Leona Meyer. George Ford and Ann H. Jones, Hillview; Chelmar R. Guilander, Rockbridge, Harold Hyde and Ephriam Hermann, Eldred: Mary E. Gleason, Carmen Allen, Cline Law-son and i Herman Spencer, P.oodhouse; Irma Turner and Keith Dar, Kane. Judge Smith also granted a divorce Friday in the case of Oscar Sweetin vs Ruth Sweetin. The decree was granted when the defendant was found guilty of wilful desertion. Meet AfU-r Forty Tears CARROLLTON — F. B. Dawson of this city, Luman Dougherty of Medora and William Dougherty of St. Louis met for the first time in forty years Monday morning in the Dawson office. The three were boys together and grew up near Rockbridge. Attend the One in Your Area EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS OCT. 28 THRU NOV. 1 8 P. M. (C.S.T.) Alton Area Wlrnew for Chrlit Evangelistic Mission BEREA LUTHERAN Corner Green and Gold Sti, Alton Speaker—Eugene W. Belts FAITH LUTHERAN Godfrey Road, Alton Speaker—George Krause ST, PAUL LUTHERAN 3rd and Beech—Wood River Speaker—Rev, W. Degner TRINITY LUTHERAN Blair and Maple, Alton Speaker—Bertwtn L. Frey CONCORDIA LUTHERAN Cottage Hills, III. Speaker—Oscar K. Heilman HOPE LUTHERAN No, Jefferson, Jergeyville Speaker—O, Scliiebinger ZION LUTHERAN Bethalto, ni. Speaker—Elmer Neunaber MESSIAH LUTHERAN Milton and Oakwood, Alton Speaker—Arnold Wagner The Council of I C Sponsored By J1HERAN I"' Greater Ala. Following her graduation from East Alton - Wood River Community High School, she enlisted in the WAC in August. Greene County Home Economic clubs; Roy Reynolds, chairman of the Greene County Agricultural Clubs; Mrs. Oscar J. Thie- of the local Lutheran Church, baud, chariman of the Home Economies Extension Council, and D. B. Dixon Jr., chairman of the County Agricultural Extension Council. Attend Fair CARROLLTON. — R. D. Lemons, president of the Greene County Agricultural Fair Association; Mr. and Mrs. Oren Sieb- ermann, Miss Nelle Witt, Mrs. Rita Smith and Mrs. E. Reisch wept to Springfield Sunday, where they att.en.ded a Central Zone meeting of County Fairs. Attending Convention CARROLLTON. — George Andrews spent Monday and today in Springfield attending -the annual convention of the Illinois Association oMnsurance Agents. Martin Luther Film CARROLLTON. — The Martin Luther film will be shown in (he local Lutheran Church Sunday at 7:30 p.m. The film will be shown as the closing of the observance of the "Reformation festival," which was observed Sunday, Oct. 28, in the Protestant churches "of the nation. The Rev. H. F. Peckman is pastor Cnrrolltnn Notes CARROLLON — Dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Orcn Siebermann were M r s. Siebermann's aunts. Mrs. E. S. Suttles of Jonesvilie, Va., Mrs. Doll Duncan and Miss Lucy Sample of Greenfield. Other guests Friday evening at the Siebermann home were Miss Betty Ann Siebermann and Ray Garvels of St. Louis. Allen Field will leave Thursday for Hoosac Falls, N. Y., where he wil! spend two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Fields and- other relatives. Mrs. William Siine, who has been a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton, returned to her home here the last of the i week. Mr. and Mrs. Norman McCadden and family and Mrs. i Mildred Young of Godfrey were j weekend guests of their moth! er, Mrs. George McCadden. Oth| er guests Sunday of Mrs. Mr| Cadden were her son and daugh- ; ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tim- 1 othy MCadden, and family of St. Louis. The Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Manis and sons spent Friday and Saturday in Tennessee, being called there to attend the funeral of a friend, Mrs. E. V, Irick of Blaine, Tenn. While away they also visited the Rev. Manis' parents, Mr. anr Mrs. W. H. Manis, in I>enior City, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Hutchnes were dinner guests Sunday in Sl'ECIAL FOR NATIONAL FLOWER WEEK Snapdragons, assorted colors bunch Rexroat Flower Market 3BOI E. Btnadwny Dial 2-74SS Open Evening* and Sunday WHEN YOU BUY— Buy at Home WHEN YOU FINANCE- Finance The "Wedge Plan" Way White Hall of Mutchens' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hutchem. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutch- ens of Tipton, la., Mr. tnd Mrt, Norbert Hutehens of Winchester, and Dr. and Mrs. Howard Null of St. Louis. Helpleu orphan* of lh« war, famin* and disaster in freedom-loving eoun- trie» overieoi are lovingly eared for by the Oversea! Relief Ageneiel of America's three great religious faiths. Support Your Faith — ProtWtdrtf, Catholic or Jewish —in its Thanksgiving appeal for overseas r*ll»fl Hels* your faith carry on the work it does for the freedom-loving people suffering the after effects of devastation and upheaval, jn Protestant Church**, give to the Share-Our-Surplus Appeal. In Catholic Churches, givt f« The Bishops' Thanksgiving Clothing Collection. In Synagogues, givt to the United Jewish Appeal Special Survival Fund. G/VE THANKS SX GIVING THIS THANKSG/V/NG- GIVE THROUGH YOUR FAITH! Published as a public service in cooperni'nv with The Advertitiltf ( Coinifil nnd the ffewspaper Advertising Executive* Association. 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