Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 10, 1960 · Page 3
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June 10, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sunday at Jersey Presbyterians to Break __ * ** Ground for New Building JERSEYVILLE - Ground-1 The order of worship wffl t» breaking ceremonies for the ed-'as follows: call to worship; pray- ucatlonal building to the First Presbyterian Church will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. This will be a public worship service in the act of ground breaking, and all who are interested are invited to attend. Dress Shoes Per LadiM'.MlMti' $4.95 to $8.95 Vain* •White •Pink •Bern •Patent 'Narrow and Med. Widths. All* lizes but not In all Styles. $499 4 And $5.88 WESTERN SHOE STORES 804.00 E. Broadway er of invocation by the mln» ister; hymn, Foundation," "The Church's Ona scripture; state* ment about the educational build* ing; introduction of guests; litany of dedication: act of ground breaking: prayer of dedication; doxology and the benediction. Participating in the ground breaking will be John 0. Flautt, chairman of the trustees; Charles S. White, chairman of the fund campaign; Dr. W. Clark Doak, chairman of the building committee; Rev. Alton E. Loar, president of the Ministerial Associa Uon of Jerseyville; Mrs. Allen Parsell, superintendent of the church school; Dr. J. G. Schwarz and Joseph R. Fulkerson, elder members who were present at the erection of the present church; Diane Pirtle, a member of the church school and the Rev. M. Edwards Breed, pastor of the church. • All present will be invited to extra values a/ear** biggest value event SHOP TILL 9:00 TONIGHT You don't need cash to save during this sale—no money down on any purchase—Take 24 months to pay as little as $3 monthly. regular $3 handbags •trawt, plaatfo calfa flowers under rinyl 2.22 straws trimmed with shells, beade, flower*. PoriM grow gayly protected Hnder elear vinyl t rich, leather like plastic*. White*, pastel* and summer'* dramatic dark tone*. LADIES' NYLON PETTICOAT REGULAR 2.98 1.97 Beautiful nylon tricot slip and beautifully detailed with lace trim hemline. Choose colors white, apricot or red in sizes S-M-L. parflclpata to flw grvjunJ break* tog aftfr OM benediction. Members of Boy Scout Troop flff, sponsored by the tint Presbyterian Cnutvti, will attend In uniform and serve as color guard for the. Christian and American flags. Scoutmasters of the troop are James White and Byron Cary. Ptaa Special Meeting JERSEYVILLE—The regular meeting of the Jersey County Historical Society will be held Saturday at 8 o'clock at the Public Library. Paul Fleming, president of the local society, reports the State Commission has asked the local society to collect data pertaining to the Civil War for the centennial celebration. Residents having information regarding relatives who served In the Civil War are requested to bring the same with them to the meeting. The local Women's Relief Corps and Daughters of Union Veterans will assist the historical group in getting started by giving the history of the organizations at the June meeting. Announce Birth of Son JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. David Butler of Jerseyville are announcing the birth of a son Wednesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 6 pounds 6 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McLaughlin and Mr. and Mrs. John Butler of Barry, and is a great grandson of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Butler of Barry and William Harrison of Kenton. The couple has a daughter, Carol Sue, aged 2 years. Mr. Butler is affiliated with the Jerseyville Radio Station. Eight Jersey Area Youths Receive Cottege Degree* JEHSEYV1LLE — A number of Jersey County students received degrees this week from various universities, Miss Frances Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. trwfn Davis of Jeneyvttte will receive a bachelor of science degree in education on June 11 at the 101st annual commencement of Illinois State Normal University in Normal. She completed studies for her degree last October. While attending State Normal University Miss Davis ranked in the upper three per cent of the entire student body and was one of 12 students honored as outstanding seniors. Miss Davis has been teaching home economics in the Chenoa High School the past semester and has a contract there for next year. Mr. and Mrs. Davis and their younger daughter, Deanna, who is home from her studies at Western Illinois University in Macomb, will go to Normal Saturday to attend the commencement program. Miss Margaret Ann East, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred East of Dow was graduated Tuesday from the University of Missouri in Columbia, receiving a degree of bachelor of science in education. Mr. and Mrs. East and daughters, Margaret Ann, Martha Jean and Carole, attended the program. Accepts Position Miss East has accepted a posi- Y. REGISTER NOW FOR ALTON Y.M.C.A. CAMP PIASA Morquette State Park • SWIMMING •HIKING •CRAFT • HORSEBACK RIDING • ARCHERY For Boys from 8 to 14 Years o/ Age June 12 to 18-June 19 to 25 June 26 to July 2 2 Went Third St. For Information Dial HO 5-6604 tton M teacher of English Hi the Alton Sbhool District and will begin her duties this fall ta a Junior High School. Her sister, Miss Martha Jean East, recently returned from Springfield, Mo., where she has completed her Junior year at Me Evangel College. Miss Qerda Link, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Link of Long Beach, Calif., formerly of Jerseyville, will be graduated June 18 from the University of Illinois where she majored In geography and had a minor in music in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. She is a graduate of the Jersey Community High School in 1956. Miss Link left June 9 by plane for Europe for a short vacation and will return July 30 to New York. She will tour London, Paris, Freiburg, Germany and Istanbul, Turkey where she will visit friends and the families of university acquaintances. Upon completion of her university work, Miss Link.is eligible for the commission of second lieutenant In the United States Marine Corps. She will report for her final course in women's officers training Aug. 1 at the Marine Corps Schools, Quftntico Va., and will be commissioned Sept. 3. She will be on active du ty for a two year period. Nursing Graduate Miss Mary Elizabeth Powers daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Powers of Jerseyville, was grad uated June 4 from St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing in Peoria. Those from here attending the ceremonies were the graduates parents, Miss Beatrice Powers, Mr. and Mrs. James H Powers and daughter, Mary Ann of Jerseyvllle and Misses Kathryn and Irene Powers of Alton. Miss Sylvia Kruse, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Kruse of Jerseyville received a bachelor of arts degree in mathematics fromMacMurray College in Jacksonville at the commencement there Sunday. Miss Kruse, who was assistant in the mathematics department at the college this year, won three awards for excellence in mathematics during her studies at MacMurny. While at tha college she served as student counselor, was a member of Phi Nu Society, the MacMurrny Players, an honorary dramtaic organization and was in the choir which traveled to Denver, Colo. this year. Miss Kmse will become the bride of Hugh McMaster of Altona, former youth assistant in Jersey County on July 17. Mr. McMaster is employed by the firm of Rex D. Johnson in Oneida. Attending the commencement at MacMurray were Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Kruse, Miss Helen Bloomer, and John Bloomer of Jerseyville: Mr. and Mrs. Wll liam Schafer and sons of Brighton; Mrs. William Thiel and daughter of Rockbridge; Miss Kathy McKlnney of Graf ton; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. McMaster, son, Hugh, and daughters, Carol and Linda of Altona. Gets Law Degree Joseph Herbert Landon, son of Mrs. Leslie A. Landon of Jerseyville and the late Mr. Landon, received the degree of bachelor of law at the 99th annual commencement at Washington University in St. Louis Monday. He has accepted a position with the Chicago Title and Trust Co. and will begin his work in July. Mr. Landon was grdauated from the Jersey Community High School in 1949 and received his degree from the University of Illinois College of Agriculture in Urbana in 1953. His fraternity at the U. of I. was ATO. Mrs. Landon and daughter, Mrs. John H. Wallace of Nashville, Tenn., attended the commencement program. Atty. Landon accompanied them back to Jerseyville for a visit here. IN PERSON! EACH NIGHT! Star of Warner Bros. "Cheyenne" TV Series CLINT WALKER At The ALTON POLICE EIGHTH YOUTH CAMP - ANNUAL To Distribute Jersey Fair Premium Books JERSEYVILLE - The I960 Jersey County Fair premium books are now ready for distribution according to announcement made here this week by James L. Coombes, president of A^M •--—•-• tHe JOQU . fair wfll ftt MM tram July ft thttwfh July I at the L«gton Part* nwr th§ north* ern city limits. Coombw has annuunetd that box seats are new 6n safe and all previous purchasers Will htvt flrtt chance if tt«y art pwUftpf' ly. Box seats may be obtained by writing to Postottlce pox 2M, Jerseyville, or by telephoning to S34R. JttWEYvTLLB - tratn at> fiie floulheait Hhjfi SrtMOt VI Mfr coin. Her Ki'anAMit .QMl JW* wants, was a wefBber of Wi 8Mv tutting dart of ovw 3», dferit ts a son of Mm. Edgar Kftfer* of Lincoln, the late Mr. airMnat Jttw for* City. Bi The worst tornadic storms on record — a group of 60 occurring Feb. 19, 1884 — took the largest toll on record: 800 lives. The greatest property loss was recorded June 7-9, 1953, with damages of $93,230,840 suffered in Michigan, Ohio and the New England states. ITS... IF YOUR SAVIN8S ARE EARNIN8 LESS THAN Current Dividend on Insured Savings Save by the 15Hi... lorn from Hio 1st •roadway at Plata The 'Time and Temperature" Corner HO 5-7711 Friday & Saturday SCHIFFU EMBROIDERE SUN-BACKS REDUCED TO... *? i . I'*'. Captivating cottons... enhanced with expensive ichiffli embroidery and / eyelet trim.., boasting yards and yards of impressed- pleat skirts-floating on attached crinolines! When you see them, you'll say they're worth many dollars more! In ice-cream pastels; junior 7-15. Ust our eonvan/anf lay crwey plan .,. no txfra chorga. PUBLIC SCHOOL STADIUM-Weil Jr. Higb School State Slraol-AHoi, Illiioii AJt*CONOJTJOMfO fOt YOU* SMOf J>J*« €0*1017 Vi*it the Kiew Rob f ft Hull Hflf'S WHY MJCIf Ml IOW AT IOUVT N4U tWt Mil for teak t*W • He Ugh iwmi • No fw«y tettiretl • Ne ibew wtatfewal ol Fre* ?«rkiug. lUUj a .\M. to » P-M- 2821 Qotiray M (Rl. 67), Jitl aortb of Dilaar AVI. it Ik NW BtHOaa Hlttway

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