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12 Journal Courier, Jacksonville, Nov. 27, 1966 after hours. $25; James William Sehlueter, Beardstown, shooting ducks after hours, $25, Cheryl L. Lashmet, Winchester, speeding, $25: James E. Meisenheimer, Waverly, failure to yield at intersection, $15; Rebecca Zeller, Route 4, failure to reduce speed, $20; Robert D.
Nelson, 604 East College, expired license, $20; Lee Hannel, Magistrate Court Fines Magistrate Paul Fenstermaker presided over several court cases last week involving duck hunting laws as well as traffic violations. Deputy Circuit Clerk'Nebo. failure to yield, $20; Mrs. Mabel Brown also presid- Audrey D. Gregory, Bluffs.
over several cases involving speeding, $20; Harlan Morrison, minor traffic violations using a Springfield, overweight on fine schedule approved in ad- license $20; George Florence, vance by the court. All pleas 908 Hackett, overweight on were guilty from the defend- license. $10; Gerald F. Tribble, ants. Route 1, failure to reduce speed, Cases handled by the magis- $10; William D.
Conover. 353 W. trate were; Ron Steffen. Beards- Douglas, failure to reduce speed, town, hunting ducks after hours, $20. $25; Frank Stailey, Beards- Cases handled by the clerk; town, shooting over the daily speeding violations, Robert limit, $25, and shooting ducks Sudbrink, Beardstown.
Ida after hours, $25; Robert Brown, M. Byus, 742 E. Chambers, $10; Beardstown, i ducks Roe, Bluffs, $15; Stewart W. Kelser, CentraUa, $15; Helen M. Cook, 900 S.
Clay, $12; Charles R. Nergenah, Chapin. $12; Phyllis A. Mock, Quincy, 10 Other violations handled by the clerk were: Ruby Evans, 802 Spatz. failure to do duty upon striking an unattended vehicle, $10; Donald E.
Craddock, 7 Randall Court, no valid safety test. $10; Saddie Hatcher, 440 Ebey, failure to stop for approaching school bus, $10; Ronald Eugene Crabtree. Roodhouse, improper passing, $10; Bonnie J. Hunter, 1306 Elm, speeding. $15; Darrell L.
Roach, i 580 Cherry, loud mufflers, $10; Catherine J. Orr, Roodhouse, obstructing traffic, $10; David Logan, Medora, disobeyed stop sign, $10; Oscar E. Decker. 190 Capps, expired safety test, I $10. All fines listed above were subject to the addition of five dollars court costs.
RoonnousE class LUJSCHEOS SET FOR DECEMBER SIXTH ROODHOUSE The Amoma Class luncheon for December will be held in the fellowship room of the church on Tuesday, Dec. 6. The turkey will be furnished and members are Moore have returned to! CREEISE VTA home in Minden, Nebras- rf) ka. after spending five weeks TO MEh 7 MONDAY their sister. Mrs Lewis ROODHOUSE The North Johnson, and husband, and Greene PTA will meet Monday with others in this area.
Res night, Nov. 28. at 7:30 in the cently, the visitors and the gymnasium at Roodhouse. Johnsons drove to Monmouth I The program will be present- where they visited the Jake ed by C. K.
Barnett, Greene Kersey family and Mrs. Superintendent of sister, Mrs. Ethel Ross and panel members requested to bring covered Mr. and Mrs. Roth Johnson will discuss the bill on program is family, Jacksonville, spent special education recently pass- and to dishes.
The charge of Mrs. Thomas Nav-1 Wednesday evening in the John ins; and the devotions will be son home. given by the teacher of the Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen nEKLliy iJA tf class, Mrs.
J. V. Hawk, Sr. jCherry Valley, were recent fQ RE4R EXCH Mrs. Chris Walker is a in the home of his tient in the Passavant hospi- mother, Mrs.
W. J. Allen, tal, Jacksonville. ed by the legislature. This program has been presented in other area schools and has been well received, according to those involved.
Mr. Barnett has stated that this program involves every parent as it will explain the change in taxes, the effect on education in this unit and other phases of the bill. The president, Rev. Jack GRANTED desertion: Robert Reese vs. IN CIRCUIT COURT I Gloria S.
Reese, desertion: Five divorces were granted James E. Lawrence vs. Chris- in Morgan County circuit court last week by Circuit Judge Wil liam Chamberlain: Lucille B. Tebow vs. George C.
Tebow, Thompson, to attend urges all parents this meeting. The tine Y. Lawrence, desertion; Emma J. Gobel vs. Gerald D.
Gobel, cruelty and Mary E. Mallicott vs. Raymond D. Mai- licott, cruelty. membership award will also Quality for Xjnoi given at mis time.
VILLAGE CYCLC SHOP Plaid wash robe in favor- le colors. Sizes XL up Dress shirts; solids, stripes, checks, all collar styles $5.00 up Tie tacs in gold, silver, some with initials $1.50 up Tie and kerchief set; matching or coordinated in silk, blends $2.50 op Driving gloves; warm knits, soft leathers. $2.98 up Knit polo shirts in solids, stripes. Sizes M. XL ........................94.00 np Oxford cloth sports shirts; solids, stripes, checks.
All sizes $5.00 up Dress slacks; wools or blends; color choice. 2844 $9.00 np Mufflers; patterns, solids, in wools, blends. At this low price $2.00 np Cardigan sweaters, saddle shoulders. Colors, sizes 3646 $10.95 up Pullover mock turtle; colors. np i-uKc THE STORE OF 1000 GIFTS Mrs.
Richard Hopkins drove rr- ii nft'P to Jerseyville, Monday after-j "At nKLY aULIPIfjK noon where she visited in the PROMOTION home of her mother, Mrs.1 Joseph McDaniels, and attended funeral srevices the next morning for her uncle, P. S. Gleespen. Lyle Brickey, Banning, has returned home after spending several weeks with his aunt, Miss Avanel Brickey, and others in this area. Mr.
and Mrs. Hal Allen, 111- spent Sunday with White Hall relatives and also I STVDEIST SPEAK NEW BERLIN Ed Mies of Loami, International Farm Youth Exchangee, will be the speaker for the December meeting of the New Berlin Woof Club at 1:30 p.m. Friday, FT. HOOD. TEX.
(AHTNC) Albert L. Hermes, 20. son Mr. and Mrs. Albert P.
2, in the Timber Lodge on Route 2. Waverly, 111, was pro- the Sangamon County Fair moted to Army specialist fourth class Nov. 8 at Ft. Hood, where he is a member of the 14th Artillery. For pay purposes, his new grade is equivalent to corporal.
Spec. Hermes is a fire direction center specialist in Head visited with his sister, Miss quarters and Service Battery of Dorcas Allen, and her mother, i the 1st Battalion. He Mrs. Ernest Long, and hus-j entered the Army in February band, Roodhouse. 1 Mrs.
Victor Cassano. Irving, He graduated in 1964 from who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan, was joined Wednesday by her husband and daughter Terry who spent Thanksgiving here before all return to Texas. Mr.
and Mrs. John Hunt and Mr. and Mrs Paul Kellett, Chicago, spent a portion of the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Strang, White Hall, and Mrs. Monroe Gilmore, Roodhouse. Mrs. Gilmore was a dinner guest of the Strangs on Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Edith Young has returned from a visit with Mrs. A. J. Zimmerman and Mrs.
Curt Bandy, Granite City, where Mrs. Young formerly resided. While there the group drove to Marine with other friends and attended the Presbyterian Church sausage supper. Miss Alice Moore and Miss Waverly Hll.) High School. His grounds.
New Berlin. Ed Mies will speak and show slides of his experiences centered around the view and interest while living and working with farm families in India. This was a 4-H exchange project sponsored by the Cooperative Extension Service in Illinois and Sangamon County. The project is to help create better understanding between nations. The program will follow the wife, Sheron, lives at 816 Wil- Christmas theme.
Carols will liamson. Killeen. Tex. be sung with members participating. A vocal solo will be rendered by Mrs.
Ronald Worley, with Mrs. Robert Keyes accompanying. Authentic Scandinavian cookies will be a part of the refreshments perpared by members of the Intematioinal Affairs com- The Arcadia 4-H club met I mittee. Members of the com- Nov. 23rd in Arcadia Hall withI mittee are Mrs.
Carl Ringer, the president. Dean Goodpas-jchairman; Mrs. Roscoe Hilgen- ture, in charge. hostess chairman, assist- Pledges were led by the pres- i ed by Mrs. Edward Puls, Mrs.
ident and by Mike Hugh Norfleet. Mrs. Raymond Names were drawn for the I Long, Mrs. T. T.
Wilson. Mrs. Christmas gift exchange to be W. C. Zachary.
Mrs. Walter held at the annual Family Night Tamblin, Mrs. John A. potluck supper at the Hall on! Mrs. Ray Paulen and Mrs.
John Dec 28th. A. McCullough. The program was given by I ------------------------Eddie Mallicoat and David Wis- Off Winter Knit well. Award money was pre- sented and refreshments served Limited by Dean and Rex Goodpasture, 'time only.
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