Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 27, 1956 · Page 5
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MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Jersey Woman Sails For Italy To Join Husband JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. James E. White left by plane Thursday for New York and sailed from there Saturday for Naples, Italy, to join her husband who is serving with the U.S. Navy and will he in Italy for two years. White hps been in service for nine years. Mrs. White was formerly Miss Luia Ann Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miller of Jerseyville. Home From Bl'F Cnmp JKRSEYVILLE — Miss Roberta Sue Hefner has returned from Springfield where she spent the p&st week at the Senior High Baptist Youth Fellowship Camp at Lake Springfield. Miss Hefner, who is the daughter of Mr. and R. E. Hefner of Jerseyville, was a delegate to the Camp from the Senior High BYF of the First Baptist Church of Jerseyville. Guest of Parents Here JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. A Kobe of Pittsburgh, Pa., is i guest at th« home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bray having accompanied home her DON'T FORGET . . For real personal attention and interest in serving you . . . after you've had your «yes examined by your Eye Physician (M. D.) . .^firing your prescription to... Charlei J. (Chuck) Heitz Heitz Optical Co. For Your Glass** •14 E. Third St. Alton, Illinois. (Next to Wedr* Bank Parking Lot) HOURS • to S DAILY PHONE 5-1718 templet* Service . . . EyeglaM Prescriptions Filled . . . Lenses Duplicated . . . Frames Fitted SMOOTH AS GLASS is the new gym floor at Alton YMCA. Forrest Cockrell, executive secretary, is crouching in a patch of sunlight in an area where new free- hrou- lines have been painted to conform with the latest rules of basketball.—Staff Photo. sister, Miss Mary Frances Bray, who spent two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Kobe in Pittsburgh. Mr. Kobe will come to Jerseyville the first of September to be guest for two weeks at the Bray home here. Visiting at Mitzel Home JERSEYVILLE-Miss Blanche Mitzel of Fulton, Mo. and Miss Marie Mitzel, RN of St. Louis spent the weekend here at the home of their mother, Mrs. A. F. Mitzel. Mr. A fid Mrs. Fred Long Carrollton Couple To Mark 50th Wedding Anniversary At Bunker Hill Boy, 6, Burned When Grass Fire Ignites His Clothes BUNKER ini,I. —- Mirharl i pnrtrd ns improved a( this time. Myatt, six year old son of "'?•.: Allied Club Meets and Mrs. Don Myalt, suffered j BHNKKR. HILL — Sixteen bums to his riRht arm and right j members and two guests were leg Thursday afternoon \vhon he | present fit the Allied Club Coun- and two other youngsters pour-jci' meeting Friday evening at ed gasoline on a grass fire and I the City Hall, the flames ignited his shorts. j ^ motion was made that, the Quirk thinking on the part of j Allied Clubs have the City Coun- the youngster probably saved! nil obtain the contract for the him from more serious burns j city dump. A motion was also as he ran to the water faucet j made that the Allied Clubs Coun- on the side of his home and extinguished the flames. Michael was taken to the office of Dr. E. R. Hobson at Gillespie by his parents for medical treatment. The hoy was permitted to return home but will be unable to attend school the first three weeks. Patient in Hospital BUNKER HILL — Chris Marth is a patient at Alton Memorial Hospital for infection in his right leg. His condition is re- cil retain $1,500 in the treasury for operating expenses for the picnic. The following comnrttee, Jim Hazelrigg. Joe Dana, and Roger Acuncius was appointed to .see if the Council had a charter when it was first organized, and to see if it is registered with the state. A motion was made that no advance pledges will be made during the year until money is in the treasury. Bunker Hill Bunker HH1 Notes BUNKER HILL — Mrs. Charles Vaughn underwent surgery at St.. Francis Hospital. Litchfield. a week ago and is making satisfactory recovery. Mrs. Molly Bauer entered St. Francis Hospital, Litchfield, Friday morning for observation and examination. Carrollton C'arrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Miss Mary Lou Shuttleworth, who spent the summer here with her aunt, Mrs. J. Dunsworth left PYiday to re- turn to her home in St. tffiils. She was accompanied homo by Miss Joyce Schroeder who wa« her guest over the weekend. Mrs.Kenneth Kvnns returned home Saturday from Las Vegas, Nev., where she went June 10 herause of ill health. While ther» she was a guest of relatives. Shaken Dignity LITTLE ROCK, Ark. /P - Th* dignity of commencement exercises at nearby Joe T. Robinson school was shaken when a 12th grade teacher was struck by a flying egg. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Henson, charged with disturbing the peace, said they were mad at school officials. They didn't say why. CARROLLTON-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Long of this city will G. W. Darr, and Evans is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth quietly observe their 50th wed-1 Evang Qf thjs dty _ COUNTRY CLUB ICE CREAM GALLON with coupon KROGER COUNTRY CLUB ICE CREAM G.I. 49 with this 30e coupon Coupon expires Wednesday night, August 29. Limit One Coupon per Customer BONNEE BUTTERED BEEF STEAKS WIENERS 2 8oz. Pkgs. Ibs. VINE RIPENED RIO OSA ^^ ^^ ^^ PEACHES 2 39 c REDI-RIPE BARTLETT O OO PEARS 22$ c JUMBO • SIZE VINE RIPENED C Honey Dews -49 Every melon guaranteed "eating ripe" or fruit replaced or money refunded with a untie. No question* aaketl. ding anniversary Wednesday at their home in this city. No formal observance is planned because of the ill health of Mrs. Long, but members of the family and friends will visit during the day. Long and the former Miss Gertrude Long, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Long were married 50 years ago by the late Squire Anthony Connole in his office on the north side of the square. Their attendants were Herman Snyder of New Florence, Mo., brother of the groom and his fiancee, Miss Minnie O'Brien, George Burniss of Athensville and Miss Katie Flatt. Only two of the wedding attendants are surviving at the present time. Long is the son of j the late John A. Snyder and his mother, Mrs. Julia Snyder Crane, makes her home in Kane and will be 91 years of age Oct. I 2, 1956. Following their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Long made their home on a farm where they resided until 11 years ago when they moved to this city to make their home. They are the parents oL three children, Mrs. Julia Bridgewater, Jerseyville, and Lester Snyder and Richard Snyder both of this city. They also hame eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Prior to the illness of Mrs. Snyder both were active in community and civic affairs. Miss Darr to Graduate CARROLLTON — Miss Joan Darr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George 'W. Darr of this city, will be a member of the graduating class of the Alton Memorial Hospital School of Nursing and will receive her diploma at the graduation ceremony which will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 2, at the First Methodist Church in Alton. Miss Darr is a graduate of the Carrollton Community Unit High School in the class of 1953. Moving: to California CARROLLTON — Mrs. Marshall Kent and three children will leave Friday for Hollywood, Calif., where they will make their home. Mrs. Kent and children have spent the summer here with her father, Dr. Fred -Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Kent and family are former residents of Harrington and Kent preceded his family to Hollywood where he is In television work. Parents of Daughter CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Evans of this city are the parents of a daughter. 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