Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 16, 1956 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAGE TEN* ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1956 Record Attendance Reported Jersey Playground Program Completed For This Season fc t E — The Suin playgrmiti program ir has closed for the arid an "all limn liijr attendance was reported this yeaf. A total Of 512 children registered for the. Season and the attendance figure was 4,584 which Is 584 over that of last year. A splendid balance of activities was maintained during the season in the recreation enjoyed by the boys and girls, and a fine display of craft was shown. The season ended with a wien er roast and treasure hitnt in whirh 75 children participated, Mrs. Betty Fuller has supervised the. summer program, assisted by Noble lleider, under direction of Malcolm S. Aldrich director of recreation in Jerseyville. Gun Club Incorporated JERSEYVILLE — Certificate of incorporation of the Kemper Gun Club has been filed in the office of Circuit Clerk Richard Burrows for record. The corpor ation is stated as non-profit and organized for the purpose of providing facilities and presenting athletic contests o£ trap shooting. The incorporators are Leo Burns, and Calvin Field, both of Medora and Victor Walden of Brighton. Leo Burns is the registered agent for the concern. Jersey Lions Hear Public Aid Official JERSEYVILLE-Guest speaker at the regular Wednesday noon meeting of the Jerseyville Lions Club this week was John Bloomer who is in charge of the local office of the Illinois Public Aid Commission. Bloomer told the 30 members and guests of the different programs of the I, P. A. C. which includes old age assistance, aid to dependent children, blind assistance and disability assistance. He also explained the department'* duty in assisting the township supervisors in their general assistance work, especially In the auditing of the supervisor's assistance records. • Since this work is often compared with that of the Social Security Program, Bloomer clarified the differing aspects of each program, stating that the Illinois Public Aid Commission is interested in providing assistance upon the determination of the need of the participant rather than upon the amount paid into a fund and called upon as a matter of right as in Ihe Social Security program. Ray Fleetwood announced next week's program will consist of touring the new building program of the high school in Jerseyville. Plan Open House At Holy Ghost Parish School JERSEYVILLE— Plans for an open house celebration at the new Holy Ghost Parish Schoo. were discussed at the meeting of the Ladies of the Holy Ghost Church Tuesday evening. No definite date was set for the event. Mrs. Arabella Bunse, president, presided at the business meeting and 35 ladies were in attendance. Following the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs. Richard P. Kadell and Mrs George E. Frazer. Visiting Father Here JERSEYVILLE — Charles Cheney of Richmond Heights, Mo., is spending the week in Jerseyville as the guest of his father, Premiss D. Cheney. GttMrtN at Harry Coop Home JERSEYVILLE — Maurice Nix of Daytona Beach, Fla., has returned home following a short visit here with his brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coop and family. Other guests at the Coop home here are Mrs. Coop's sister, Mrs. M. F, Gardner and daughters, Marilyn, Martha and Anna Margaret of Fairhaven, Mass, who are also visiting with relatives in Greenfield, 111. - -^ Marriage Un-.euttf.it l*t>ueil JERSEYVILLE-- A marriage license was issued in the of lice of the county clerk Saturday to ;Brucf Snyder of Carrollton and Shirley Thornton of Wright, 111 The couple was married by Jus ttoft Of the Peace Harry Coot and DioJr witnesses were Rich- Hid Snyfer and Sharon Thorn•«*, ' 4 Uconae was alto issued Sat WHy to Ronald O. Reno of Carand Betty Rcegge of El- Tllty w*r» married by r, Arthur Kaul. , Ajaiff*»*»lioen*,w»8 MlMliY' H l<UHiv P*a of Alton M* Jto>«t JMMftn of Newhern.' sawn tii* 1*5 AU- AmW*c«n fOtf championship on hi Failure of the Philippine Oil Development Co. to strike oil at the expected deplh on its first test drilling was a (actor in a recent selloff on the Manilla Stock Exchange. Patricia Ford Wafer Ballet Champ A t Jersey .7KRSEYVIU.K-. A omtcM for mPinbers of the water bsllpf ! swimming class now practicing j rrgularly nl the Hoys and Girls Club Pool here under direction of O. A. Wilson Jr., ftprl Cross swimming instructor, was hold last \\rpk. Patricia Forrt recftvod the highest score in the group, finishing with a total of 223 points in (ho 17 required stunt.* and rmr> optional stunt. Second in the contest, and highest among Ihe fjirls who just started vvalor bnllrt this year. \vns Shirley Kania who had 21R points, Others participating were Knrol Knnia. lluhy Arnold and Mary Ann Ford. JijdRt-s for the contest were: Barbara Dierstrln, Kmmy Dierstein and Marcla Pratte from the Young Women's Christian Association in Alton. The Red Cross swimming classes of tho Jersey County Chapter nre planning a svrtm- ming program for their parents on Alls. L'4. The life saving class for boys and ymme men has nearly rompletcd its work find a similar class for ?irls and young women heijan Monday. llirlti Afinonnc«*irtpnt .TER.SKYVILU-: — Mr. a n d Mrs. William Flamm of O'Fallon are announcing the birth of a son at 4 a. m. Aug. 15 at the hospital in Belleville. The baby has been named Scott Edwin and he weighed six pounds, 3 ounces. Jte is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Flamm of Jerseyville i and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schild ' of EdwardsvlHe and the late Edi win Overbook, and is a great j grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry j Flamm and Lester Cory of Jpr- spyvillr and of Melchior Sucss [of Highland. The other children in the family are Nancy. 4. and Pamela Joan 21 months. The baby was born on .the birthday of three of his relatives that of a groat uncle, John Cory of Jerseyville, a great aunt Miss Luella Flamm of Jerseyville, and a groat uncle. Clarence- Oberbeck of Highland. Spending Lcnve With Mother George C. Cockroll who is stationed at Camp McCoy, Wis., is sponding the week hore with his mother. Mrs. George C. Cockrell and with his sister, Mrs. | Charlotte Hanos of Colorado | Springs, Colo, who is visiting hero. Markman Residence Sold JERSEYVILLE -- The residence property of Mrs. Ruth A new site of early man who lived in Mysore, India, some 40,000 years ago, has boon found near the Bansabra hill range, Bangalore learns. Storio implements were found. Markman and the lain Frank Mnrkman, 308 N. Liberty St. in Jerseyville has boon sold to Miss Josephine Stahl of Jorseyvillo. A tract of land including 50 acros has boon sold by Bertha Sprich of Alton to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Gri/zlo Jr. of Jerseyville. The land is in Section 1-8-11. Bl* Bill Cost too Much PHILADELPHIA JP-The Henry H. Houston post of the Amerl- can Legion in Germantown has given away Big Bill. The moth* like him too much. Big Bill is stuffed buffalo head. When alive he traveled with the Buffalo Bill wild west show add after his death in 1905 a photograph of his head served as model for the buffalo nickel of 1913. The Academy of Natural Sci. once gets Big Bill. The Legionaries say he wns too much trouble and too expensive to keep de- mothcd. August Sale for Homes TAKE YOUR PICK- Living Room or Bedroom Bonnllde $199.95 Value* Dual-Purpose 7-Pc. Living-Room One look at this Ultra-Modern Sofa will take your breath away! See those broad arms with shelf-effect fronts, black 'n brass supports and welted backs that are button tufted! The Limed Oak 'n Ebony Cocktail Table and 2 Step-Tables have parquetry lops! A Pair of stunning C*fl OT Table Lamps with 2-tier shades and a Matching Lounge Chair A^j m or Big Modern Occasional Choir complete the group! •»%•*• Complete 6-Pc. Bedroom Group Here's a suite you'll be proud to sho\v off to your friends! 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