Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 40
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 40

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 16, 1960
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THURSDAY, JUNE 18, Robert Krueger to Head Jersey Auxiliary Eldred Couple Wed 25 Years ing their marriage they came'wit* of • daughter, twin WeeV to Greene County and hftve rresday tn Boyd MemoHaJ Mot- lived on farms In and nearipltal. Al» bom Wednesday In Kidred since that time, smith'thd hospital WM a daughter W 'has been engaged In farming Mr. and Mf«. Edward Pohlman ; * * * * ; * JEWKYVILLE - Mrs. Rob•ft Rroeger of Ri. 3. .tereeyvllle. Wss etected president of the Anwrtcan Legion Auxiliary at tfw annual election Monday eve- frtnf at the Legion Home. Miss Betty Cox is the retiring president. Officers elected In addition to the president were: Mrs. Christy R. Beatty. first vice president: Mrs. Ollle Wendle, second vice president: Miss Betty Cox. historian: Mrs. Minnie Tlntpe. treasurer: Mrs F r r d Loellkc. Chaplain: and Mrs. Clayton Rul>|n«on. esrgeant-al-arms. T li.' rt|T|ioli)ti\r officers will eb selected prior lo the installiiion in September. The i/nominaling committee was composed of Airs. Carl Arnold Sr.. Mrs Robert Kruegcr. Mrs. Charles Witt. Mrs. Christy Beatty, Mrs. Albert Loellke. It was reported that gross receipts from the sale of poppies were $320.30. The Auxiliary ordered 2,000 poppies from hospitalized veterans this year, all of which were sold. Mrs. Kmma Powell was Poppy Chairman. II was announced that the Auxiliary would dispense with the J|« July meeting and the annual ^T family picnic will be held in ||k August at the Legion home. ^P The Auxiliary history for the, past year, compiled by Mrs. | Myrtle Rowling, was read byj Miss Betty Cox in the absence! of Mrs. Rowling. ; It was voted to hold an ice cream social at one of the concerts either the last of or the first of August. Had Ripe Tomatoes .June 7th : JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Shelby Jones of Rt. 2, Medora is a con-: 5(ft tender for the honor of a "first"! 44 in the ripe tomato contest this; year. Mrs. Jones picked ripe to-j matoes from her vine on June 7] which is the earliest date re- j |^ ported .ip to date. Her plants ,^f are hybrids and she reports they are "loaded" with fruit. Daughter Bora JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Griesemier of Fieldon have chosen the' name Christine Jeanette for their infant daughter born at 2:42 a.m. Sunday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds five ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. <|ft and Mrs. Jerris Ramsy of Field- ^^ on and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 3Jp Griesemier Sr. of Grafton: and. is a g r e a t granddaughter of Mrs. Myrtle Stiles of Fieldon. 4L Mrs. Rose Virginia Ramsey and^^P Fred Ramsey of Jerseyville. This is the first child of the couple. Before her marriage: Mrs. Griesemier was Miss Vera; Ramsey. Announce Birth of Sun JERSEYVILLE - James Lee, is the name selected by Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hanellne of Jerseyville (or their infant son bom at. Greene (iounty Stock Judging to Be June 21 ffc CARROLLTON -- Members ot agricultural 4-H clubs in Greene County will participate in a county wide 4-H club livestock judging contest June 21. The contest will open at 9 a.m. June 21 at the farm of Lynn Kinser where the group will judge sheep. At 10 a.m. they will go to the Wilbert Joyce farm where swine and beef will he judged. At 1 p.m. the group will judge dairy cattle at the' Charles Thaxton tarm. All farms are in the Greenfield area. Free Camping. CARROLLTON—One member. of the Rockbridge Do-It-Yourself 4-H Club won a free camping trip at the Western Illinois 4-H Club camp this year as the result of the club having the largest percentage of members present and participating in the 4-H Club Keeping Fit Field Day in Carrollton recently. The free camping is a gift from Greene County Health Improvement Association. Carrollton .Vote* CARROLLTON—Mrs. Matthew Ellgags of Chicago, Miss Helena Roach of Roselle and Maurice Roach of Cicero spent the weekend with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Celestine Roach, Mrs. Fred; Tuey and Miss Veronica Roach.! Mr. and Mrs. Stephen No!-' dony of Colorado Springs, Colo., I arrived Tuesdy to spend a few| days with Mr. and Mrs. Neal Giiiingham. Gillingham and Nolduny became friends when berth were stationed at Ft. Carton at Colorado Springs. Miss Carolyn Grubbs. county youth adviser \\ent to White HftJI Wednesday win-re she met with the Good Luck 4-H Club at the home of Mrs Hubert Meldrum . A marriage license u ^ issued June 14 to James \V. Fan-el 1 and Miss Nellie Barth. both of 6:.v; p.m. Saturdav at the Jersey (.'(immunity Hospital. Hie baby. \vho is the first child of the couple, weighed S pounds 6 CARROI.LTON Mr. and Mrs."* 1 ' f >< "»« ****** life, but srrved as a transport driver Carrollton. Admitted to the Tues- Si Ijouis find for a time , \t. n •«. A \A t b^n aiflwuncro by JofnT "S. ™r « Mlcflman for Giwww pS m y". M£. Anna s"°sn of ' vltfp P™ 1 **''«" d ^"^ "* v Service Co. Both Mr r-n^.Ait^n «*A Aii*n t-fanrlfinff'^""«*"*««"***""«"«"**«'* c is a grandson of Mr. and JMrf. Osi'ur Hnneline and Mrs. Freda Booth of Jersp.wllle and is a gre;it grandson of Mr. and Mrs. .lainrs Bell of Jcrseyvlllp. Mr and Mrs. Perry Booth Of Nfwbum and Mrs. Morris Bnrnr of Hannibal. Mo. Other ohilflivn in the fumilji HI-C Deljorsih (v .liinice I and Chriyl L'O months. Prior t" her niitrriauc AIRS Iliinelini was Mi>v Bcisv, Booth I,other Smith of p:idred will observe their '<?5th ueddln« nn niversary Sunday by entertain-. Oiuni> service u>. t«o?n Air. cnrrollton. and Allen Handling ing Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles King and Mrs Smith are active fj( o rcen f| e |d. Kevin Henne- of Kidred nt dinner «t the Witt- mcmljcn* of the Baptist Church 1^,.^ of \vhite Hall \vas ad nioml Hbtel, Brussels. in Kidred. 'milled Wednesday. Mr. Smith, son of the late Mr and Mrs. Smith are par- rjwmfMed Tuesday was .loft Charles Smith and Mrs. Charles ents of two children. Miss Mar- ,^ ec [ ter O f Michael, Normanj Smith of Eldred, and Mildred!ilm Bea Smith, employed «n; Brooks of Carrollton, and Adam' Deans of Rogers, Ark., da ugh- the Valley National Bank, Tuc-; Gr j zz , e of Kane Dismissed! ler of the late Mr. and Mrs. B. son Ariz., and Karl Dean Smith, \vednesday was Mrs. Betty Platt 8. Deans, were married June NAV.S.N.. who IH assigned to of Ro x a na, M rg . r>, r j s Qourley Hi, 1935, nt (he Methodist Church the USS Orisknny CVA 34 and ;of c arro ji ton Thurman Hardin Ru«ers. Ark., by the pastor, is n<>\\ nn an 8-month cruise ^.j^ rt f JerSeyville, Richard Atlrndiints were Miss Mildred In the Padfie. ( - odar of Carrollton and Mrs. PmimiHer. now of San Berncr- Hospital Notes Pcm ,| Williams of Jerseyville. ilino. Calif., and Uirry Nolan. CAKIlOI.LTON Mr. nnd Mrs now nl Portland. Ore. Follow- Ixjya Millet of Dow are pur Oft 0MMM LM ALTON - toll haug, son of Mr. and WW. Martin Langrtmug. Route 1, ftttt Alton, tat been placed on the dean's lilt I for the second semestef at Ijlinofe University,, n ha» • mwpfflkrt f*itv«n to 9w» students nMoe (ndn IBBUHM mthlnf below t and at tea* one grade of A;* Brtfian'i tttd and rail imton workers may unite in one powerful federation ot transport, London reports. • Telegraph Want Ads "Click." DO YOU KNOW! PI ASA FIRST FEDERAL ANTICIPATES A 41% PER ANNUM DIVIDEND FOR THE SfX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 19(0. Plasa First Federal NT ATP; A \VAI.I. -ITS. HO 8*2335 milEIBEIQEt S JCWKLKY •TORE 2IS Piau St. ••^••••••••••••^^^" t . -.—_ - -- ' " Itead Telegraph Want AJ» Pally "Uncle" Dick Slack-The Joll.v Irishman §ell-Out The Last Tune! Be Here Ear GIGANTIC RUG RIOT-this week! One of the Greatest Buys in Years! BROADLOOM RUGS 12X15 TO 9X12 9X12 TO 9X15 NOW TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR ONLY.... fOU OAH FIND THE SECTIONAL AT SLACK'S FRENCH! MODERN! 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