FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 2 Admitted to Jersey Hospital Following Crash JERSEYV1LLE - Jamm C. Pointer and Clarence Dowland, both of Chesterfield, were admitted to the Jersey Community Hospital about 1 p.m. Wednesday for treatment of Injuries suf- feted when the car fit whidi they were riding collided with another car driven by Charles Cummlnga Rt. 1, Jerseyville at the gravel road Intersection, about a mile east of Kane. Both cars were badly damaged. Three yoflths In the Dowland car were treated at the hospital for minor injuries and were dismissed. They were Albert Dowland 14, who had contusions of the right lower back; John Dowland 12. who incurred abrasions and contusions of the right leg; and Kevin Pointer 9, who had a swollen area on the right side of his head. The Injured men were moved in the Jacoby Brothers ambulance to the Jersey Community Hospital. Dowland had ' a cerebral concussion, scalp laceration, and other lacerations and contusions. Clarence Pointer incurred a cut on the left ear requiring sutures, contusion of the right side of chest, right shoulder, left wrist and a cerebral concussion. Rainbows to Install JERSEYVILLE — Miss Donna Warford will be installed as worthy advisor of the Jerseyville i were honored at the regular Assembly, Order of Rainbow j meeting of the Order of the be i Eastern Star Tuesday evening PRIZE PAINTINGS Adele Guerrs of Flortaumt, Mo. standing behind her painting which was judged Best by popular vote at the Mid- MisalMippi Valley Fine Arts exhibition at Wood River Library Sunday. The drawing board was presented to her by the Handy Paint Co. Ray Speer's paint- Ing was second—Staff Photo. No Inquest Set In Deaths of 2 Jet Flyers JBRSEYVTLLE — No definite date has been set for an inouwt into fhe death of Mark A. Mitchell 9, pilot, and RonaW 3. Jkye, 38, radjar observer, who were MUM Wednesday morning in a collision of 1*0 aupenonte F-IOIB Voodoo Jet planes. The bodies of the two wen were removed from the Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville Thursday to their homes preparatory for funeral services. Mitchell's Dupage Dr., Bridgetoq, Mo., and Jaye's was listed as 8406 Engler Park, Overland, Mo. Both men were hi the employ of the McDonnell Aircraft Corpora tion of St. Louis. The Voodoos were on their final acceptance flight for the Naval Air Force when the collision oc i-urred. Official cause of the crash had not been determined. Menhaden oil goes into soap, Inioleum, cattle food and steel. Read Telegraph-Want Ads Dally Students'Day at Brighton Church BRIGHTON. — Students Will assist the pastor, the Rev. C. B. Johnston, at the' 10i30 wn. Sunday service at St. Mai'* Methodist Church as art observance of student's day. Special recognition of high school and eollegf graduates is scheduled. Youth Fellowship will be at 6:30 p.m. at Wesley Center and evening worship at t:30, with teachers of Wesley Center In responsibility. Bible School will begin Monday at d a.m. and at home address was given as 4»W t;3o p. m . there will be a Men's Group meeting at El*ah. Uprtreamars Circle of the W.S.C.S. will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Cordelia Orlnel. Members will leave the church at 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 17, there will be n Sunday School and all-church picnic at Onleed Picnic Grounds number 2. Those going will leave the church at 5 p.m. Fellowship supper will be at 6:15. Families should bring food and table service. Drinks will be furnished. Honor Fathers At Bunker Hill OES Meeting BUNKER HILL — Fathers for Girls held at 8 in ceremonies to p.m. Saturday. i in the Masonic Temple. Hardin Women r*i *» r*i « To Meet Tuesday HARDIN The June meeting of the Hardin Woman's Club will be a dinner session at Nev- Hn's Restaurant Tuesday at 7 Organized at Harrlin HARDIN - The most recent 4-H club to organize in Calhoun County is the Hardln Go-dotters AR Club, which had its first meeting Monday night. Seven members were present, This Week End ... GO SEE CLINT WALKER Eldred Pastime CluhEntertalned At Newton Home ELDRED — Eight members of the Pastime Club met at the home of Mrs. Otto Newton Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Edward Havelka was the reader after which a social hour was enjoyed. The July meeting will be at the home of Mrs. William Brannan and will br n picnic supper for members and their families. Annual Outing ELDRED - William L. Voiles is manager of the Eldred 11-13 age Khoury team with Orville Waters and Irl Davidson assisting. The ball diamond is north of Eldred. The tram plays at Greenfield Fti- day night. Eldred Note* ELDRED - Miss Karen Varble. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Richard Varble. appeared on a program Wednesday evening In Carrollton honoring the 50th anniversary of the Rebehak Lodge. Karen sang with Mrs. Neil Carrico as compainlst. Mrs. Byr) McOlasson has re- FQftKu flvffl R ^nHlt Wral I^M ter, Mrs, Dan Cfcrmody arttartly of Elgin.' MrB. CttfflHqnl I8n\ Barry Balmont, and a Mm, Etefr nts McDonald, also of BWn wtre leaving to upend the mnuner wfth Barry's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hermem, of Staff- way, Alaska. Mrs. Mary Laftue returned to her home In Carrollton Wednesday after a few days visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles Smith, The Auxiliary will meet tonight at the Legion rfall, for an election of officers, Mrs. Donald Moss and Mrs. Roger Moss and daughter, Pamela, spent Wednesday in Springfield where they consulted- an ear specialist for Pamela. Mrs. Charlet Smith, Am, Eric and Jane Cunningham attended graduation exercises of Alton High School Wednesday evening, Mrs. Smith's grandson, Gary Shackel ford, was a member of the graduating class. Rev. John Finnan will speak at the 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m services iri the Baptist Church Sunday. BYF is 6 p.m. There has been 108 enrolled In Bible School at the Baptist Church The Saturday meeting will be 7:30 B tinker mttVoy To Play With Little Symphony BUNKER HILL Wot*, 18, wn of Mf . •»! Mr*. AJbWt Woflif, win tw^fli ftfiMr* sals Jim* » •• obOttt' with the Little Symphony OttMMtri in St, Louis condttcttd by Irwin Hoffman. Tht ftflt ooncert of the seaion will fie iwwented June 24 it the Washington University Quadrangte. James will be a stiver in the local high school thli fafl and has studied oboe 1)1 St. Louts for the past four yeari. for the past two years ht Hit studied under Oteorge Hussey, principal oboist with the Si Louis Symphony Orchestra. James is a member of tht Wgh school concert band and for the past year and a half has bwn a member of the Alton Civic Orchestra. __ ._ _._f. i i i mi — —•MI p.m. to which the parents are Invited.. The School will close with a special Children's Day program 9:30 a.m. Sunday. p.m. Women who have not I and the following officers werei Miss Warford is the daughter! W ord was received from the Of Mrs. R. C. Warford of Jersey- j worthy grand matron. Bertha ville and the late Mr. Warford. j E. Cell, that Mrs. Arnold Bohl- The installation is open to thei mev er was aonointPd tn servo public. fish Fry Sunday meyer was appointed to serve on the obituary committee at made reservations may do so with Mrs. Paul Aderton by Sat- elected: Ha) Bryant, president; Barbara Ledder. vice president; JERSEYVILLE - Members of urday. The group will leave! Marilyn Devening, secretary- from the Hardin School at 6:30,; treasurer and reporter; and Mrs. Aderton said. IDwight Nestrirk, recreation Altar Society i chairman. Harold Nestrick isj HARDIN Guest night, will (the club leader. The next meet-! the Grand Chapter Session to j ne observed at the August meet- j ing of the club has been set for | be held this fall In Chicago. | j ng O f st. Norbert's Altar Socie-i Monday, June 20. at 8 p.m, j the Jersey County Barracks andj Invitations to attend guest jty it was decided Monday eve its Auxiliary, will enjoy a ffsh fry and potluck dinner Sunday at the American I^eglon Park. nights at Gillespie and Carlinville were read, also an invitation to attend the 50th anniver- The dinner will start at noon and sar >' ° C Edvvardsville Chapter and the official visit at New Hope Chapter. Mrs. Bohlmeyer, worthy matron, named the following com- all World War I veterans and their wives living in Jersey County are invited to attend. Ladies will bring a covered dish or desert and their own table service. Hill ning at the parochial school. A report of a recent Day of Recollection at Greenfield, which was attended by several society members, was given by Fowls Df-monstratlon HARDIN Thirty-nine home economics 4-H members and foods dem- Wednesday afternoon in the Farm Bureau leaders attended a onstration school Mrs. Joe Day Jr. Announce-, Bni]ding Mrs Peter w sirnon , ment was made that a special | Calhoun County Home Adviser Uivi4-ltr4n«T tfilttYi llMll V\t* 0 fdattll'O I table will be a mittes: visiting, Mrs. Frances!of the July meeting. Behrens and Mrs. Gertie Bley;i Following a recreation refreshment committee for Ju-iiod, refreshments were served ly, Mrs. Vera Dunham, Mrs. j by the hostesses, Mrs. Ed Law- Marjorie Baker, and Mrs. Bohl-jrence, Mrs. Chrissie Ledder. meyer. (Miss Lennie Keyser and Mrs. The Twinkle Club will hold its! paul B - H iinks meeting at the local Temple | June 22. A potluck dinner will! be served at noon. All past ma- Birthday Party For All Your Homo Improvements Aluminum Windows • Aluminum Doors • Carports • Patio Covers • Vertical Blinds • Roofing • Asbestos Siding • Aluminum Siding • Venetian Blinds RUSSELL HOME IMPROVEMENT 911 Milton Road Phone HO 5-3588—HO 5-5589 was in charge of the school. ' A demonstration on "How Not per " to Give a Demonstration" was given by Janet Leeds, and a correctly given demonstration was presented by Ruth Ann Schudel, after which the two performances were evaluated j by the audience, with the aid of; The session by Mrs. Si- HARDIN — George Sconce of | judging sheets. Hamburg was guest of honor at; c ] oser j w jt n a a surprise birthday party Sal-j mon urday night at the Hamburg; Community Center, which was'Miss Marlene Grover were hos- attended by 17 young people ofi'tessns at the party celebrating the vicinity. Miss Marcella and forge's 21st birthday. ; ._-.- Guests included Clay Ring- trons and line officers are m-j hausen p and ' £., vited to attend. , CtY ^ Mm . m ^ Fran|<| at Alton PoliM Youth Camp lont I It HORSI SHOW Saturday and Sunday PUBLIC SCHOOL STADIUM West Jr. High School State Street, Alton, Illinois 7 P.M. • and Alton All-America City SPEEDBOAT RACES AT CLIFTON TERRACE SUNDAY, JUNE 12th, .1 P.M. HAVE YOUR CAMERA CHECKED TAKE PLENTY OF FILM BRING YOUR FILM TO US FOR PROCESSING! FOR CAMERAS & FILM- REMEMBER? ALTON SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION IS LOCATED TEMPORARILY AT 617 E. BROADWAY (until new building is completed) Across tht strest from Wedge Bank Broadway entrance ADDRESS ALL MAIL CORRESPONDENCE TO 620 EAST THIRD DIAL HO 2-0066 SCREEN DOORS WALNUT MASONTE CELOTEX Pouring Wool Insulation MASTERBUILT UDDERS PLASTERBOARD Uddtr SU* FTMM 3* M 34* GINTER-WARDEM CO. 8! HENRY ST. HO 3-3588 A bmin^s cl. s s»i]l be heW|; veb c on June 23 at Hardin Masonic . 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