Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1954 · Page 13
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Member Of The Associated Ptess, 5c Per Copy. Miss Margaret Archer Named Mrs. Beiermann Animal f/w To Head Jersey BPW Club To Head Eagles ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1934 JERSEYVILLE.—Miss MarRa- rrt Archer, a member of the .Icrseyville Grade School , faculty, was re-elected president ol the Jerseyville Business and Professional Woman's Club at the annual election of officers at the home of Miss Josephine Slahl Monday evening. Othe* Officials of the orsani- GOOP EARING HEARING AIDS ONLY »59.so COMPLETE • ••It Yew •nerentee CREDIT zation named are: Miss Margaret Helen Seago. vice president; Mrs. Anne Shortal. recording secretary: Miss Edith Gemer-! dinger. corresponding secretary, j fieers for the comin'c year at a and Miss Celia Sinclair, trea- Women at Jersey . JKRSKYVILLE.-The Eagles Auxiliary of this city elected of- J crsey MJm Taking Pasteur Treatment After Fox Bite JERSEYVILLE -Ph sey of this city is undergoing the Hip Wool- «*/.•« W..r.n Norm.»en. Uit »• ep • IS BAY MONIV •ACK TRIAL surer. The newly elected officials will he installed at the May meeting ' of the organization. The meeting Monday evening was in charge of Miss Bonavier Dierking. A talk on safety wa given by Miss Josephine Stah and Mrs. R, M. Brexvster gav a health talk. A quiz on saf driving was also conducted. Returns to Studies JERSEYV1LLK. - Miss Bar bara Schleper returned Tuesda to St. Louis to resume he studies at DePaul Hospital Schoo of Nursing, after visiting sine Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs, Al Schleper. lis city is undergoing the g^ , , „« >T r«i- HI n i Pasteur treatment for prevention I t'ftftffff fffttf V meeting Tuesday evening in the | of rabies as a result of having j f ^ . J Eagles Home here. been bitten last week by a rabid CI f ff f t <P f V I I / The 1954 officers are: Mrs. Ray Beiermann. madame presi 213 PI ASA ST. Central Sewing Supply Go. - Horn* Ownrd — Union OprrnUrt M 4 W. Broadway. Ph. 2-5214 TO THE RESIDENTS OF MILTON AREA Beginning April 23rd, 1954, We are LOWERING Our Taxi Fares to Milton Road. The price for 1 or 2 Passengers from Milton District Downtown will be SOc with a 25c charge for each additional passenger. So for Prompt and Courteous Service, When a Need a TAXI. DIAL 2-2300 HAM & MERV TAXI CO. dent: Mrs. Clarence Haun. pa«t president; Mrs. Truman Brooks, madfime vice president; Mrs. Ernest Haushalter. chaplain; Mrs. George Brooks, conductress; Mrs. Arthur tsrinqhansen. treasurer; Mrs. Hugh Rohcrlsi secretary; Mrs. Clifford Alexander. Mrs. Edward Blneser and Mrs. Raymond Dugan, trustees. Delegates named to attend the state convention on June II, 12 and 13 in Herrin were Mrs. Carl Beiermann and Mrs. Truman Brooks. Alternates chosen were Mrs. Charles Fuchs and Mrs. Clarence Haun. Members of the local Auxiliary will install the officers of the Alton Aerie on May 2.1. Mrs. Marie Fuchs of this'city will serve as installing officer. Attend Meeting In Hlllshnro JERSEYVILLF..-A1 Schleper and A. H. Srhlotzhauer, members of the Board of Education of Community Unit 100; Gus F. Roth and O. Glenn Summers, administrator of the school district and principal of the Jor- seyville Elementary School respectively, went to Hillsboro Wednesday evening to attend «he spring conference and dinner- meeting of the Abe Lincoln division of the Illinois Association of School Boards. Receives Discharge .TERSEYVILLE.-S. Sgt. Robert French, who has completed six years' service, received his discharge from the Air Force April 20 at Ellington AFB, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. French and son, Steven, arrived here Wednesday and are. temporarily staying with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dclmar Gabhetl. They have been residing at Pasadena, Tex., while French was stationed there. fox. Phihllwns of Section 2 Pages 13-20 Established Jan. 15,18B& Woolsey. who is a snlesman for the Jersey County Motor Coin- pany, made a business trip to a -H-:RSEYVir.LE. —The Otter- e and Me- j ville Community Club will meet ing to talk i at R p.m. today in the school eating i lunch room. At this time S. E. Some crabs eat the fruit. climb trees and farm between Ottervil Clusky, and while wai with the farmer who ^ his dinner, climbed a fcnice into a field. The man wnjs suddenly attacked by a gray fox, which Woolsey did not see ijint.il it was upon him and bit him on the left leg near Ihe ankle. Woolsey was carrying a rlub with him and knocked the fox away. The animal, however, returned to the attack alnd Woolsey knocked it down and by a series ol blows killed it. Thi? head was removed fi-om the dircass and Isken to Ihe Cornbcll Laboralo- lirs in Easl SI Louijj where'the examination rroducerl '« positive reaction to the rabies! lest. Woolsey enrolled a Jerseyville physician and immediately began taking the Pa.<jfeur 'treatment. During the past j\vo weeks, several other rabid ifoxes have been killed in Ihe locality. One was killed on a farm near'"Brighton and one on a farnii near God- Irey. Hejitls I,ociil Youlih Group JERSEYVILLE j During a business session of (he Council of Protestant Youth jat the sunrise breakfast Sunday morning at Ihe First Baptist (Wen. Jer- Is Goshorn was named president of the organization. The breakfast and business meeting was hold for the yount people following Ihe Easier sjjnrise service. Other officers njimod were: Rjchard Will, vice!-president; Cynthia Mindrup, se canor Kramer tret surer, and Frances Russel, rerorter. Rev. Carl Moman is sponsor of the :rolary; El- group. Asuncion with 200 f OOO population has a seventh of Paraguay's people. Who Launders Sheets and Shirts Best? 909 E. Broadway, Did) 3-8877 Elect Officers JERSKYVIU.K - Officers of the Philnfhen Class of the Rap- tist Church were elected Tuesday evening at a meeting held nt the home of Mrs. Walter Kirchner. Mrs. Myrtle Willis wns assisting hostess for the meeting. Mrs, Kenneth Brayshnw was elected president; Mrs. Carl Keehner, vice president; Mrs. Lerny Moses, secretary: Mrs. Lena Devening, assisting secre- 'aiy nnd Mrs. Oliver Ceil, irrns- Pirtle of Jerseyville will show I uror Mrs - Atvin Emblcy was re- To Mrrf Tottigltt Central PTA Elects at Roxana Mrs. William Steven? Heads Group ROXANA - The Central School Parent Teachers mrt Tuesday evening nt the Central School Auditorium and Mrs. I.IRITIPS Perk, nominating chair- 1 man, presented the following pictures and give n talk on his recent trip to Europe. A program of instrumental music will he presented hy the school children, and n representative from the Health Improvement Assorlntion will spcuk in behalf of the coming visit of the ntoodmohite. Members of the proem m committee are: Mrs. F. A. Roisner. ' Mrs. Lee Mntipin and Mrs. Fred Rlnsa. The refreshment com- mlttee is composed of Mrs. t.eo Eselhoff. Mrs. Fry nnd Mrs. Howard Wadlow. To VIMt .farkHonvlllr Mnnt JERSEYVILLE,-T h(1 Delhi Designers 4-H Cluh made plans for a field trip fo Jacksonville to visit. Mrs. Tucker's shortening plant nt their meeting Tuesday at Ihe home of Caryl Chappeli. The president, Caryl Chappell. presided nl the session and a talk on "Matches" was given hy .Judy Dunn, A demonstration of formal and Informal flower arrangements was presented hy VVynona Ferguson. Special music was given by Lorota Edwards, Diane Hyma'n and Janie Jennings, and Judy Jennings led the group In (recreation. Refreshments were served hy Mrs. Chappell. The cluh will meet on May 6 at the home of ils leader, Mrs. Mary Lois Shephard. Injured In Collision JERSKYVlLLE.-Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bahr Jr., of Ihis city escaped serious Injuries Wednes- when the car in which they were riding was struck headon on a curve south of While Hall. The driver of the oilier vehicle, a resident of Pcoria, is reported to have dozed at the wheel of his car, the auto swerving inlo Iho wrong traffic lane. Mrs. Bahr suffered bruises on the lower part of the body and named teacher of the class. Mrs. Ora Worsham is the retiring president, and presided at the meeting. Devotional.-? were led hy Mrs Willis. Guests were Mrs, Carl Moman and Mrs Reuel Roberts. Fifteen members were also present and at the close of Ihe evening refreshments were served. Barbershoppers Elect at Jerse - ' - — •••*'• "in^s niimi'i K«i l"ii. Carl Cropnrl Will tlra.l J^'*' N T nn Croudl ' prORrnm |'|M i MIII limn chBlrman, Introduced Mrs. A. \V. Society This Yrnr JERSKYVILLE.-Newly elected officers of t| 1P Jersey ville chapter of Barbershoppeirs who will assume their posts May 1 are Carl Croppel, Penrl Johnson, vice president; president; William Assman, secretary and Russell M. Warner, treasurer. The local group will sing at the Jersey County Fair in July and are now rehearsing for an appearance with the Alton chapter in a "spring sing" at the Alton High School May 8. The homo of Abraham Lincoln Is preserved in Springfield, 111., nnd a log cabin nt. Hodg- onville. Ky., Is shown as bis birthplace. Because the earth is not n perfect sphere the length of n degree of latitude varies slight- eqnnlor. Bahr suslflined an Injured kneecap and finger laceration. Their car was badly damascd and was towed to a While Hall Another car was furnished them there and they continued to Jerseyville where (hey were treated by a local physician. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK "HFOHat £ftf LUKEN PONTIAC, INC. Front fir Alby Alton, III, JONES MOTOR CO, 473 N. Wood Riv«r Ave. Wood River, III. of officers foi year who were elected. Mrs. Willinm Stevens, president; Mrs. James Wiseman, vice president; Mrs. .loan Weber, secretary and W I I h 11 r Henrti Irks, treasurer. These officers will he installed at the next meeting. Mrs. William Hamilton, chairman of the playground equip- menf, reported the school hoard had met nnd ndvlsed the type of equipment suitable for the children. The committee will net soon on the purchasing of playground Items. The president nominated an auditing commlllee composed of Lalhnm Harris, Mrs. Heulah Treloggcn nnd Kerignn Ixidsdon. The room count went to Miss Ann Rhine's morning kindergarten. Corbin, scout chairman, who Introduced Girl Scout Troop 26 who presented Ihe PTA with dish towels and Brownies Troop 10 who gave them pot holders and dish rags in appreciation for their sponsorship. Mrs. Ann Johnson, Ho.xana High School librarian showed „ movie on prejudice enlltled "The Wall". Miss Vivian Maquct, vocal Instructor led In group singing. Refreshments were served by the kindergarten mothers. 1JB Dogn Vneclnntecl ROXANA - One hundred and twenly five dogs were vaccln- aled here at (lie city garage Tuesday evening. At least 50 dogs had to be turned away because the velerlnary's supply of vaccine was exhausted. He will bo here again at the city garage on April 27 from 7 1o 9 p.m. License lags will also be available. Sou Hi Roxana SOUTH rtuXANA-The adult Sunday School class of the Methodist Church will have a birthday party from 3 to 4 p. m. Sunday nl (he Villa Terrace Home In Alton In honor of the 85th birthday of Mrs, Dorothy Clark. Refreshments will be served nnd members of llnrilin HARDTN ->. Mrs. Anna Burke of San Francisco is visit ins with her brother. George Sage; and family, and other relatives In Calhoun. Mrs. Burke Is a native of this section and she timert her visit to coincide with Apple Blossom Week. The Mnrrtln town board has voted for the town to remain on Standard Time this summer. While most of the surrounding towns will have Day- lisht Timi', no part of Calhoun County will turn up the clocks. The Calhoun PTA council will hold n sprint; school of instruction nt Tlntchtown this evening. Mrs. Hny Fuller, counly president, will preside, and Mrs. Otto Klnns, president, of the Batehlown group, will greet, the visitors. The speaker will be Mrs. Lester Klope, director of District 20. A social hour will follow the meeting. Thn Ilnrdln School Oerman Hand win play at. Ihe banquet for Governor Strnllon at Pere Mnr<|tiett<! May 13. Pvt. Raymond Holzworlh Is spending a leavo with his par- first ents, Mr. Holxwut'lh. nod Mrs. Charles He will go to Fort Sunday School and friends arc Invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ellis nnd daughters Gall and Patricia, of Sinclair Avc.. had as their Easter holiday guest, Mrs. Ellls's sister, Mrs. .If. M. Patton of Oxford, Mich. A dinner was Riven at the Ellis homo Saturday for the brothers and sis- lers of Ihe women. Leonard Wood about the of May. The hwiemaking department of the Hardin High School is presenting a style show tWs evening at the school cafeteria. • . • Ind ICttffFt Itlft* TmM ffftfll •It tint the free World MHM inch eofliitteftu n ih«w from tttAttt *f THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, «n imernttioail newiptper: "Tkt Monitor It mua inn lot */ rttumtit u trJuutt tftif • Inptt */ f ft twin. I teUl |M my <fe*r«« (torn i*« <*U«|* bat my MllMMiM MfflM from tkt Monitor. . . ." "Th« Monitor giM* mt hfeet lot my work. . . ." •7 trutjf tnfojr to con* Y««, too, will find th« Monitor Informative, wlih eompl«t« world ««wi. You will dileover • con* itrntil»« viewpoint in mry n«w» Mory. 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