Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 31, 1956 · Page 11
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section 2 Pages JU8 Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1956. 5c Per Copy Half-Day Session Schools of District 100 Will Open Tuesday, Sept. 4 JERSEYVILLE. — Gus Roth, administrator for Community Unit 100, Jersey and Greene counties, announced this week the opening of schools of the district on Sept. 4. The West Elementary School is incomplete and \vill not open at the beginning of the 1956-57 term and all elementary pupils in Jerseyville and pupils at Prairie Union, White, Victory and Union Schools which are closed this year, will report to the East Elementary School. There will be a first grade at the Clayton brick school. Later some pupils will be transferred to the West Elementary School. All pupils attending the Delhi School will report to the new building in that locality. In prior years, three buildings have been used for Delhi School purposes. Roth announced that Pleasant Cove, Teneriffe and ^Rosedale Schools will be closed and the pupils will attend Fieldon School. Classes will be held in the old school building, town hall and part of the new building nearing completion at Fieldon. Although the new^ building at Kane is not complete, school will be held there and pupils will make use of part of the new structure. The building condition will not affoct the opening of the term at Otterville, Elsah and Grafton Schools and those in the Dow arc-ay In Dow. grades 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8 will be taught at Dow, and grades 4 and 5 will be taught at Salem School. Jefferson, Round Prairie and White Oak Schools will' operate until the new Dow building is ready for occupancy. At the Jersey Community High School the new building shops will be ready for use at the beginning of the term. All students are to report to their respective schools at 8:30 a.m. Sept. 4 and the session will run from that hour until 12:30 p.m. Faculty meetings will be held in the various buildings at 2 p.m. and regular all day sessions are scheduled to begin Sept. 5. The hot lunch programs are to be continued this year at all centers where tlie same operated CATERING SERVICE Wedding Receptions Banquet* Dinners Large or Small Groups Air Conditioned VFW Hall For Information Call 3-6079 or 3-6305 last year. The opening date of the lunch room programs wil! be announced to pupils in the various centers. A total of 25 school buses wil' be operated in the unit this year Major changes have been announced jn bus schedules in the Nutwood and Fieldon areas and east of Jerseyville. The other routes are to be operated on practically the same schedule as last year with a few changes of minor importance. During the first, week, children riding the buses will be asked to be ready 15 minutes earlier than last year's schedule, according to Raymond Dugan, superintendent of transportation. The regular schedule will be adjusted after the first week. In the Nutwood-Fieldon area a bus will start at Rt. 16 and 100 and go south to pick up pupils in the Nutwood area for the Fieldon School and Jersey Community High School. The bus will start at 7 a.m. 'in the afternoon the pupils at Fieldon School will remain until 4:10 p.m. when the high school bus will arrive to return them to their homes. The high school bus will start at Rosedale with bus 7 and in Fieldon with buses 5, 12, and 14 and with bus 2 at St. Mary's School. The buses north and west of Fieldon and south of Fieldon will operate on much ,the same schedule as last year. Announce Birth of Sixth Child JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schroeder of Jerseyville are announcing the birth of a son Thursday morning at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds 12 ounces and is the sixth child of the couple. . He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carmody of Carrollton. The other children in the family are James, 13, Cheryl, 11, Vicki, 9, Jill 5, and Jan. 3. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rothe of Brighton have given the name of Barbara Ann to their daughter born Aug. 29 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rothe of Rt. 1, Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrer^e Miller of Litchfield, and a great granddaughter of Mrs. Katherine Rothe of Wood River. The couple has a son, Danny, aged 15 months. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. .Arnold Schafer of Jerseyville are the parents of a girl born at 9:38 a.m. Thursday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed eight pounds five and three-fourths ounces and she has three brothers. REXROAT FLOWER MARKET Good Selection of Fine Flowers Always Available * Roses * Glads * Carnations * Daisy * Asters * Mums * Pom Poms * Orchids * Potted Mums OPEN DAILY AND EVENINGS Dill 2-7439 2601 E. Broadway WCTU Conclave Slated Sept. 7 At Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE — The anmia county convention of the Women's Christian Temperance Union in Jersey County will be held Sept 7 at the First Methodist Church in Jerseyville beginning at 10 a.m The afternoon session starts a : 1:30 p.m. Mrs. W. M. Bartlett of Green ville, state president of the WCTU will be guest speaker and specia music will be provided. Mrs. James Nimoriek of Jer scyville, county president will preside at the convention. County of ficers will be elected and will be installed in the afternoon by the State President. Family Reunion JERSEYVTLLE - Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Howdeshell of Sioux City, Iowa, spent Thursday and Friday here at the home of their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs James Nimerick and family. Rev Howdeshell is a retired Methodist minister. Dinner guests at the Nimerick home Thursday evening -in addition to the Iowa visitors were: Mrs. Ora Ans-" and Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Hunter of Jerseyville. Mrs, Ansell and Mrs. Hunter are sisters of Rev. Howdeshell. Return From Canada JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. J. V. Cabalek of Jerseyville and her son-in-law, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Bidlake of Overland, Mo., have returned from Canada where they spent three weeks. They visited four brothers of Mrs. Cabalek and this was the first time she had seen them in 21 years. They were guests of Tony and Charles Kallal at Tofield and William Kallal at Westlock, Canada, and_visited Ed Kallal who has been "hospitalized at Edmonton for 13 months. Rooms Designated JERSEYVILLE— The opening day of the 1956-57 term at the Jersey Community High School is Tuesday and Principal Louis N. Hejder, requests all pupils to report to designated rooms at 8:30 a. m. that day. Freshman are to report at the cafeteria; sophomores, in the study hall and juniors and seniors in the old gymnasium to receive their regular class schedules. The sessions on the opening day of school will be from 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. The regu lar class schedules for a full day begin on Wednesday. No hot lunch will be served at the school on the first day but the lunch program will start Wednesday. Joins Nursing Staff JERSEYVILLE— Mrs. Ken neth Webb, R. N. of Rt. 1, Alton has been employed on the staff of the Jersey Community Hospital and began her duties Thursday. She was graduated from the Mt. Carmel School of Nursing in Columbus, Ohio, and has served as a Nurse in the WAVES. Her husband is a contractor. Two more registered nurses are needed at the Jersey Community Hospital according to :he administrator, Raymond Fleetwood. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" NOTICE NEW OFFICE HOURS Fer your convenience the Alton Swings e\ Lean Association will now be open on Friday Evenings until 6 P. M. EFFECTIVE SEPT. 7, 1956, OUR NEW OFFICE HOURS WILL BE — MONDAY THRU THURSDAY, 9 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. FRIDAYS, 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. CLOSED SATURDAYS Dial 10064 ItOn SAVINGS * LOAN / «ao IAS? rnwo IIRUT Atro* Member of The Associated Pre» Will Take Office Oct. 1 ASC Community Election Boards Named In Jersey JERSEYV7 — Robert F Long, chairman of Jersey County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee election board, announced today that community committee election boards have been selected for all com munities in Jersey County. Com mitleemen elected will fake of fice Oct. 1, 1956 and serve unti! elections are held next year. "This year community election? will be held by meetings, Sept 11, 1956" Chairman Long staled The designation of meeting places will be among the first duties o: the newly selected community election boards. Announcement of these meeling-phtees-will be made as soon as possible. Members of community election boards for Jersey County are: El sah-Quarry, A. M. Jacobson, chair man, John Surgeon, Jr. and W. E. Slaten; English, Asa Beckner chairman, F. A. Downey and Albert Kallal; Fidelity, Frank Loy chairman, Dave Collins and Leslie Shines; Jersey, Byron Gary, chairman, Morris Waggoner and Paul Erb; Mississippi, Louis Lock, chairman, John R. Walsh and Ernest Ferenbach; Otter Creek, P. E. Johnson, chairman,. Free Blasa and Russell Campbell. Piasa, Otto Oertel, chairman, George Wagenblast and August Raters; Richwood, Arthur Mielke, chairman, Louis Hagen and Harold Krueger, sr.; Rosedale, Harry Healey, chairman, Charles H. Groppel and Clark Legate; Ruyle, Thomas B. Ruyle, chairman, Thomas B. Ryder and Gene Turner. In order to be eligible to vote in the community committee elections, a person must have an interest in a farm in the community as owner, tenant or sharecropper, must be participating in the Agricultural Conservation Program, or carrying out on his farm one of the eligible practices covered by that program, or be eligible lor price support on one or more agricultural commodities he produces, or be eligible for a payment under the sugar program. The chairman pointed out that this is the farmers' opportunity to participate in choosing the men who will administer the Price Support, Crop Allotment and Quota, Agricultural Conservation, Sugar, Acreage Reserve and Conservation Reserve Programs during the coming year. Farm Manager Named For Doane At Jerseyville JERSEY VILLE — David, Cole of Greenfield has accepted a posi tion as farm manager with the Doane Agricultural Service here and began his duties this,week. He succeeds Edward Anderson who resigned recently. Cole is a 1950 graduate of, the Greenfield High School and received his degree from the University of Illinois in 1954. He was released from service with the Army following two years tour of duty. ' ••,. He and Mrs. Cole and their son, Steven, 2 J /i years of age, returned recently from Toul, France, where Mr. Cole was serving with the Army. The family is residing with Mr. Cole's parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cole on a farm near Greenfield until living quarters can be secured in Jerseyville. Former Residents Have Son JERSEYVILLE — Jerseyville relatives have received announcement, of the birth of a son, Robert Jack, to Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson of Dallas, Texas, on Aug. 5. The Robinson family formerly resided in Jerseyville. The baby is the fourth child of the couple. He is a great nephew of Mrs. J. A. Brannan and Miss Dorcas Robinson of Jerseyville. JERSEYVILLE — Mi*, and Mrs. Herman L a n d o n of Arlinton Heights, III., are the parents of a daughter, their second child, born Tuesday at 2 p.m. The baby is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Isringhausen of Jerseyville and Mr. anU Mrs. Herman Landon of Boston. Mrs. Landon was formerly Miss Lois Isring- liausen of Jerseyville. The couple has a daughter, Celeste, aged 3. Tribble Transferred JERSEYVILLE- Francis A. Tribble, who has been in charge of the Railway Express office in Jerseyville, has been transferred to the Salem Express office and began his duties there Thursday. His family will remain in Jerseyville for about a month before joining him at heir new home. Watch •Jewelry | B*P*M Repairing [/'"'" rally naranletd CTONE BROS \J TSLErHONK l-llli Mill Allan, III. - IU W. Third It. Weed Kiver Stare »l Cerotr el r«r|Bio« tat Wood Blvtr Ate. 11 Macoupin Youths Enrolled At State Normal CARLINVILLE — Eleven Macoupin County young people are among the largest freshman class in the 99-year history of Illinois State Normal university at Normal. They are: Naomi Fern Sanner, Bunker Hill; Ella Mae Branan, Chesterfield; Walter La Verne McKenzie, Girard; Margaret Mary Ackerman, Eugene Lee Frizzo, Mary Ann Hasse, Lanida Deree Jacobs, Joann C. Smin- chak, Staunton; Geraldine Lynette Morgan, Myrna Dee Schneider, Robert Lee Sepesy, Virden. To Vlftit Relatives CARLINVILLE — Sfc. John H. Rainey, who was reared in Carlinville, and his Japanese bride, Sadako, are expected to come to Carlinville the middle of October from Tokyo, Japan, when he will be on furlough. He and his bride of nine months are expected to visit with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rainey. Sgt. Rainey has been with the U.S. Army for the last 12 years, the greater part of the time being stationed in Japan. He also saw duty in Australia and the Philippine Islands. His family came to Carlinville when he was NO TRICKS! A. A i VS ust the TOP and the TOP Fed vp with wild promotions that protniae much and deliver little? Then como in and trade with us! Let us give you facts that prove Studebaker is the biggest dollar's worth in town today. And, if the facts convince you, then get our deal! It's a lot better deal than the stunt men offer—and you'll be doing busi- nen with someone you can trust! So come on in—nowl Eldred ELDRED.—Captain and Mrs. Dean Langer, who have been in Berlin, Germany, the past 21 months, .will return to the states in September. Capt. Langer, who had dental offices in White Hall prior to entering the service, hns served overseas in that capacity. He is the son of Mr. anil Mrs. Louis Langer of Eldred. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Lynn of St. Louis were dinner guests Wednesday evening of the Luther Smith family. Mr. and Mrs. John Short and son of Tulsa, Okla., visited here a small boy and he attended the local schools. Rainey trains cooks in t he Army. His bride, whom he married last November, has been attending an English school in Japan and reads and writes English quite well. Sgt. Rainey's family expects him to re-enlist and return to Japan to continue to reside. Tax Deadline Saturday CARLINVILLE-County Treasurer Ed Young has announced that taxpayers who want to avoid being publicly listed as delinquent, should make their final 1955 real estate tax payments before Saturday noon. Sept. 1 is the final date real estate tax payments can be accepted without penalty, and since the courthouse closes at noon on Saturdays payments will either have to be made by that time or, if mailed, letters must be stamped not later than midnight Saturday. New Postmaster Assumes Duties at Hamburg HAMBURG — Mrs. Marjorie Mossman has received her commission as Postmaster here and several days this week with Mrs. Bessie Koster and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith saw "Seven Wonders of the World" at the Ambassador theater, St. Louis, Tuesday. Charlie was celebrating his birthday. has taken over the office. Her assistant will be Mrs. Goldie Sconce. The vacancy at the post- office was caused by the retirement of Mrs. Joseph Day some time ago. Mrs. Albert Blumenberg has been acting postmaster. BACKACHE r, tftt «, u^ H)Mt Tmi]J «f» ntf MM inMki erenaHy nntnt t* nfe. •m with Sp«l«l Provo Tibtoli, with tMlwr«ttt tctlon «nrt Vilimln C so n«c«Mf» la heifth ine* i elasticity of eeim«tin t Hsm. in jolnti tnd boti*, Results itinnnhed. Ho twrmfnl rtr«tj It JJ$275; HOO sizes. 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