Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 12
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June 15, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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SHTPMAN - Methodist men ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18,1960 Jersey 1920-21 Hold Reunion JERSEWlLLE-The foe d«M0s of MM and 1921 of Jersey Township High School held a Joint reunion Sunday afternoon at Westlake Country dub. "Th* Roaring Twenties" was the theme for the reunion. Leon Olmmy of Wood River of the 1920 class was toastmaster and Arch Nelson served as master of ceremonies for the class of 1921. Teachers of the-group present Included Mrs. Helen Sehrieber Ansell of Jerseyville: Mrs. Doris Brown Shortal ofMlton. and her husband. Paul Shortal, and Mrs. Margerlte Schmidt Bell of Wood Rivet, As the roll was called, each answered with some remembered Incident of their school days, and pictures taken during their school years were shown. Alonzo Boker and daughter of Granite City; Leslie L. Bray and wife of Grover, Mo.; Irene Burns Beaverdell and husband of Fieldon: Margaret Case Campbell and husband, Robert Stafford and wife of Grafton; Mary Corder Halliday and husband, Marcus Gibbons and wife, Anna Murray Halliday, Dr. Maybelle Plvoda Williams, Milo A . \Vells and wife, of Alton; Km-] meft A. Fitzgerald and wife of SI. Louis; Judge Joseph Finn- ; ng of East St. Louis; Leon Glnv my and wife of Wood River; T.ynn PritchPll of Bethalto: Eleanor Pritchntt Meek, Mildred Spangle Little and husband, Mildred Aderton Nelson, Clifford Bell and wife, Sam Stephenson and wife of Jerseyville. Memorial for deceased members was in charge of Leon Gimmy. Ronald Krause of Grover, Mo., a student at the St. Louis Conservatory of Music, played songs popular in "The Roaring Twenties" and group singing was enjoyed. He "also played for dancing later in the evening. The class of 1921 had 43 members, four of whom are deceased, namely Russell Seago, Irene Barnes, Viola Richey and Fern Patton. Lynn Pritchett, Bethalto; Elea- of 1920 and deceased members are Zoe Landon, Waldo Meyer, Muriel Perkins, Sherill Vahle, Alyda Zeiser, and Charles Mc-j Connell. Members of the 1921 class present were: Wesley McPher-; on, Walter W. Beecker and wife | of Alton; Raymond Plggott and wife of Medorn; Dr. F. Earl Worthy and wife, Hulda Lan-| flon Worthy of Hartville. Mo.; Fred F. Rowden and wife of St. Louis; Hannah Campion Demp- gey and husband of Kirkwood. Mo.; Hildegarde Brown ToaJ| and husband of Waterloo, HI.; Anna Henson Scott of Fieldon; Edith and Eva Gamerdinger, Agnes Mitzel, Catherine Stephenson Parsell and husband. Leo Allen. Frank Seago and his wife, Clarinda Campbell Seago, Alice Louise Jacoby Powel., Arch D. Nelson. Present from the class of 1920 \ were: Lena Accario White, Mary Accario Johnson and husband, and Eula Baptist Ratz of Chicago; Charles Adams ami Five Treated in i Jersey Hospital EmergencyRoom JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Harry t jmming of Jerseyville was treated In the emergency room at the Jersey Community Hospital Monday evening after she ran a sewing ma-1 chine needle through the middle' finger of her left hand. William Briggs Jr. of Jerseyville j was working on a fishing reel Sunday noon when the knife he was i using slipped and cut the thumb! and index finger of his left hand.; He was taken to the Jersey Com- j munity Hospital where sutures) were used to close the wound. ; . Raymond Glatte of Jerseyvillej caught the great toe of his right toot in a-power mower about 2:40 p.m. Saturday incurring a lacera- j tion of the toe. He was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital and released. Mrs. Myrtle McAdarns of Jerseyville was treated at the Jersey Hospital Saturday evening for laceration of the elbow and i-ontu-j sions resulting from an automobile | accident occurring about 9 p.m. near Oak Wood Addition, when her I car collided with another vehicle. < She was given treatment and dis-1 missed. ! James Klunk, '.'0, son of Mr. and, Mrs. Al Klunk of Jerseyville, in-j curred a laceration of the left knee j while working at his home near! Jerseyville. He was cutting weeds; and the hand cutter he was using j struck his knee inflicting UV wound. He was brought to the Jer-! Bey Community Hospital for treat-1 ment and released. j Girl Born to Couple j JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs.j Elmer Kiel of Meppen are par-: ents of a daughter born at 5:40 a.m. Sunday at Jersey Com-j munity Hospital. The baby hast been named Efiann Louise andj weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces j She is a granddaughter ofi Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mossman or Grafton and Ben Kiel of Meppen. Mrs. Kiel before her mar-' riage was Miss Lois Mossman. Other children of the couple; are Edward 5, Mary 3, Carl 1. Parent* of Daughter JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs Floyd Schumann have chosen the name, Christina Renee, for j their daughter born at 3:21 p.m, June 11 at Jersey Community,! Hospital. The baby is a first || child and weighed 7 pounds, 7. ounces. She is a granddaugh-; ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Isringhausen of Jerseyville and Philip Schumann of Kampsville. Mrs Schumann was formerly Virginia Uringhausen. Abraham Lincoln was rather! informal about writing his bank check*. In 1860 he wrote one •igited "4- Lincoln." it was for |3 and wa& made payable to "lir. Johns (a sick mw)." "CUCK" Jersey Baptist Father*Son Banquet Friday JERSEWTLLE - "Maglr With A Message" will feature the program at the father and son banquet at the First Baptist Church at 6:30 p.m. Friday when Dr. Warren Filkin Jr. of Chicago is guest speaker. Professor of Christian Education in the Northern Baptist Theological Seminary for the past 12 years, Dr. Filkin Is also a skilled magician. Dr. Filkin is a. graduate of the University of Kansas, the Moody Bible Institute, and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, in Louisville, Ky., where he received the master in theology and doctor of philosophy degree. He is married and has five children. Jersey Note* JERSEYVILLE—Mrs. Nona Wayham returned Sunday to her home here following several days visit with Mr. and Mrs of the Jerseyville Sub-district held a dinner meeting at Elsah Monday evening. Members of Edward Rnhi'flng and Mrs. Bertha MePhpron In Alton. Donald Priest, son of Mr. awl Mrs. Oren Priest, has accepted B position with the Williams- Murrle Barbeti Shop. He Is ,* 1959 graduate of Jersey Com munity High School and recent ly graduated from the Springfield. Barber College. the toeal graip who attended were: The Rev. David Packard Robert Archer, Dale Maxwell Marshall MaUlday. Kenneth Breltweiser, Tom Skaggs and Jerry Halllday. The local Sunbeam Girls 4-H Club met. at the . Methodist Church Tuesday. The 32 girls practiced for a musical ski which they will present thi« week at the Macoupln County Share the Fun Contest at Car llnville. Demonstrations were given by Pamela Young, Jan- DO YOU KNOW! NUMBER OF SAVERS AT NASA FIRST FEDERAL HAS MORE THAN DOUBLED DURING THE PAST FIVE MONTHS. Plasa First Federal STATB A WALL STS. PHONE HO 8-2(185 stte Gregory, Derma SfMfh MM Pttty ufotnatft. HM MM mew* ing will b* heM at the M*th» dist Church at I p.m., tan* 2L The meeting of the Royal pwtponed because of the Bible tehee!. The rescheduled meet- iftg wffl be held at the RNA Mall at 1:30 p.m., Jam 10. MISS AMERICA BEAUTY BOOK Learn New Modern Setting Techniques . IT'S COMPLETE I 4O PAGES IN COLOR! FREE • 1* Now H«ir Style* o M«ir Trimmmo Tipe • Matt* Up Artistry • Complexion Car* •200 plus tax REGULAR GENTLE SUPER THRIFTY DRUG STORES 5 Location*. 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