Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 14, 1960 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 14, 1960
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JTUESDAY. JUNE 14,1960 CARNIVAL ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 7 Members of 1910 Jersey Class Present at Reunion JER9EYVTLL&-Th« olffW of 1910 of Jtrttjvtlte High School mirktd the 9WH anniversary of IM frtdUKtfbn Sunday at a reunion held at the summer home of Mrs. Cornelia Powell DuHadway In Chautauqua. Seven of the original 27 members of the class were in at* tendance. They were: Mrs. Vira Wedding Brtnwn of Hilts, boro; Adotph Klrchntr of St. Louis; Miss Mary Outran, Mn Cornelia Powell DuHadway Miss Clara Sutherland, Mrs Edith Snell Rowden and Erne* Crone of Jerseyvllle. M!M Harriet Envln, a former teacher of the class, was also present. Eight members are deceased. They are Arch KVehn* er, Jesse Hewitt, Ftortm* Mo- Orath, Charles Powell* Mrt. Florine Lurton Nelson. Thomas Fleming, Fannie Frost Rowrty, and Arey Richards Brame. Some of the members are in poor health and others reside at too great a distance to attend. Dinner was served at the Kentucky Home and a program followed with Miss Clara Sun- drrland serving as toastmas ter. Greetings In verse, "I Dreamed a Dream," written by Miss Myra Perrlngs of Topeka Kan., a member of the alats, who has wofl recognition as a poet, was read. Letters from others were read and a tribute was paM to deceased members. (Mstw HI HI California JERSEYVTLLE - Mrt. M. 0. Norrts was 1 called to California Sunday by the sertotw lllnww of h« sister, Mrs. Harry Howard of Burbank, Mrs. Howard, who was formerly Miss Elizabeth Weber, resided In Edwardsvflle prior to her marriage. Telegraph Want Ads "Click." CODE fDft DOCTORS CLEVELAND ffi — A com* mtttee untfer Dr. A. 8. flUrflim, Cleveland State Hwpttal I* search director, is developing a uniform international medical code for predicting and treating Illnesses. The code will tn.tntd Mr storing mMlcil fMftrtft in* east histories to elWtermlc com- puwts it a medfeal docurrwn* tatton center or ^~* branches. "Mere at Cleveland Hospital, for wsmpW." rod TNI ii§T IN CAROTIN* tw semptes breagM It font fcome—*we Ertlmet.* Olfl ALADDIN CARPET MOIILI Day and tfrenlnt AppeHitments Howard «-87M To look at him you'd never think he'd have an internal revenue man waiting in his dressing room .would you?" Rainbow Girls Install New Officers at Jersey JERSEYVILLE —Miss Donna \Varford. daughter of Mrs. R. C. VVarford, and the late Mr. Warford of Jerseyville, was in- stnlJed as worthy advisor of the Order of Rainbow for Girls Saturday evening in the Masonic Temple. Miss Nancy Cope is retiring worthy advisor. Miss Warford was escorted by her cousin, Dale Carroll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carroll of Roxana. Other officers seated and their escorts were: Judy Kay Powel, associate advisor, escorted by Dick Campbell; Donna Krueger, charity, escorted by Marion Phipps; Janice Nimerick, hope, escorted by John Gowins; Roberta Krause, faith, escorted by Don Lasher; Marilyn Rue, chaplain; Kathryn Perdun, drill leader; Judy Brooks, love; Barbara Gary, religion; Judy Ellerman, nature; Sandra Russell, immortality; Wanda Hinson, fidelity; Sandra Chipman, patriotism; Sharon Wadlow, service; Mary Nay lor, confidential observer; Pat Davenport, outer observer; Donna Shane, musician; Donna Roth, soloist. David Cope, a past master councilor and chevalier, was escort for Mrs. Zetta Blish, mother advisor. Nancy Cope, retiring worthy advisor, and installing worthy advisor, was escorted by Richard Campbell; Doris Gross, installing recorder, was escorted by J. D. Grabbe; and Judy Hutton, installing marshal, was escorted by David Cope. Mrs. Thelma Warford Heid, a grand officer, of Fuller-ton, Calif., a sister of the new worthy advisor, was installing chaplain and was escorted by her husband, Kermit Heid. Miss Warford advanced to her station through a guard of De- Molays in full regalia. In the line were: J. D. Grabble, Tom Schmidt, Dick Campbell, David Cope, Leroy Jones, Terry Mauzy, Jim Parsell and Jerry DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry Dial HO 3 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Party Cakes Skinner. The Rev. Jack Thorpe, pastor of the Rosedalc Methodist Church of which Miss Warford is a member, sang "You'll Never Walk Alone" when she was presented a bouquet, and he sang "There Is Always Hope" when she took her station and received her crown. As the seven colors were Installed, Miss Jackie Ringhausen sang, "Love Sends a Little Gift of Roses," and she paid tribute to the mother advisor, Mrs. Zetta Blish. with "You JAre a Wonderful Mother." She sang "Stay as Sweet As You Are" to the retiring worthy advisor, Miss Cope. Miss Cope received the past advisors jewel from Miss Warford, and Mrs. Blish presented her with a Rainbow Bible. Miss i Jackie Ringhausen was recipient of a Rainbow Bible presented by Mrs. Blish in appreciation of her services to the Rainbows. The Mothers' Club was in charge of refreshments and Miss Carol Sanburg of Jerseyville and Rosemary Whittleman of Alton, cousin of Miss Warford, presided at the refreshment table. Miss Naomi Ayres of Fieldon was in charge of the guest book. Announce Birth JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dean Neal of Jerseyville have given the name Carrie Lynn to their infant daughter born at 7:35 p.m. Friday at the Jersey Community Hospital. This is the first child of the couple and she weighted 7 pounds 10 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Snidle of Carrollton and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Neal of St. Charles, Mo.; and is a great granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Snidle of Carlinville. Before her marriage Mrs. Neal was Miss Barbara Snidle. Mark Birthdays JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Colonel Healoy and family of Medora entertained at dinner Sunday in celebration of the birthday an niversaries of Colonel Healey Jr. of Alton, Forrest Healey and Janice Healey of Medora. In addition to the honorees and host and hostess, those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Colonel Healey Jr. of Alton; Mrs. Lena Kruse and daughters, Sharon and Carol of Fieldon; Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zimmerman fo Jerseyville; Miss Catherine Schaff of Roxana; Mrs. William Howell and daughter, Helen and Stephanie Healey of Medora. 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