Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1960 · Page 3
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June 20, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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MONDAY, JUNE so, ideo ALTdN EVENING TELEGRAPH JuanitaBro\vn,LindaHeraty Enter Miss Jersey Contest JERSEYVILLE - Two more contestants have entered the "Miss Jersey County" contest They are: Miss Juanlta Louise Brown and Miss Linda Lee Heraty. Selection and crowning of the Queen will take place on the opening night of the Jersey County Fair July 5. Miss Brown, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Brown of Jersey- vllle, resides at 605 Poplar St In Jerseyvllle. When she completes her studies at the Jersey Community High School, she would like to attend the University of Illnnois to study drama tics. At school she is a member oi the "60" Club, president of the Science Club, treasurer of the Future Homemakers of America and has received an outstanding achievement bracelet In the organization, Js a majorette, member of the high school band, and participated in the junior class play. She was hostess of VVJBM re cord hops and received a prize for collecting the largest amount of money for the March of Dimes drive. Her hobbies are dancing, bowling, and assembling various collections. She has summer employment at Walker's store. Miss Heraty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Heraty, lives at 504 South Lafayette St. She is a 1959 graduate of the Jersey Community High School and is now attending Elmhurst College at Elmhurst, 111. She studied dancing under Mrs. Mary Ann Brickey in Jerseyville and for a time was a student of Lalla Baugham in St. Louis. She has also studied piano with Mrs. Harry Blish of Jerseyville. At Elmhurst she is a member of the Theater Guild and is majoring in business and secretarial courses. Her hobbies are dancing and music and her talent part of the queen title contest will be a rock and roll ballet. Here With Mother JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Kenneth C Benner of Pittsburgh. Pa., arrived Saturday to be with her mother, Mrs. Frank Drury, who is seriously ill at the Jersey Community Hospital. She is a guest at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Bryan Caffery. Former Resident Here JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Carl Lewis of Carlsbad, N. M., form erly of Jerseyville, has been a guest this week of relatives and friends in this locality. Mrs. Lewis is now residing at the home of her son, Paul, in Carlsbad. She was accompanied by Mrs. J. G. Jackson who has been visiting relatives in Jersey, Greenfield and other .cities nearby. Water Co. Moves To New Offices Alton Water Co. is now in its new offices at 309 Henry St. The water company moved last week from its offices in the Levis Building at Broadway and Alby where the firm had been for the past 20 years. Provisions have been made at the new offices for after hours depositories and several locations around the city have been set up as collection stations for payment of water bills. No Damage From Carburetor Flash The carburetor of the automobile of Lloyd Seigel, 2615 State St., "flashed" when the engine was started at 3:17 p.m., Saturday. Engine company No. 3 reported no damage to the automobile. Sugar mills are being built at Bucecea and Ludus, in Romania. rmiFin MW rumen CLEUS CLOGGED TOILETS In a Jiffy I NIVfl AOAIN ihet sick feeling when yew teilet ewflowt TOILAFLIX Toltot Ordinary plunger, don't ic«t property, forcing «jr wad water to iplMb back. Tbu« you have • mew end you lo*e the very pr«*»ure needed to clew the clogging With "ToiUfle*". detuned (or toilet*, no sir or water can ctcapc. Tb* patented, tapered tail formi an air-tight fit: the full prewure plow* through the obstruction and it down. Can't mi»»l • JM0U4IK t«f. • MVMff W HU M «*» AMU t UUIM nUU • M*t W* (uUy AT MOST MAlPWAii $TQti$ JUANITA BROWN Ttvo Children Treated at Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE-Ralph Lott, 3. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lott ol Fieldon, suffered a laceration ol the left thigh about 8 p.m. Friday at her home. His mother was running a mower along the fence when it struck a rock that was ejected Into the air and struck the child on the thigh. iTie boy was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital where the wound was treated, sutures being retired. Frederick Moody, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Moody of Grafton, was injured Saturday morning at his home when the power lift of a tractor came down on his right foot. He was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital for treatment. The nail of the great toe was re moved and the patient returned home. Clerk of Review Board JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Alfred Beiermann has been appointed clerk of the Jersey County Board of Review, a post she held last year. The board began its sessions today at the courthouse. Supervisor E. J. LeFaivre, chairman of the Jersey County Board of Supervisors, is chairman of the Review Board, Mrs. Paul Berthoux is hold-over member and Harry Jewsbury, new member of the board. Visiting Sisters JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hopkins and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Al Fleeman and son of Independence, Mo., are visiting \lfs. Hopkins' sister, Mrs. Celia iCerns, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hunter in Jerseyville. The Fleeman family went on to Chicago to visit and will return to Jerseyville Thursday. Methodist VBS Ends at Shipman SHIPMAN — The Method!*' vacation Bible school program was held Friday night. Mrs Emmett Hall was director of the school, and pianists were Mary Lea Bohlmeyer and Marsha Kay Halllday. There were 25 teachers and helpers. The children formed « prt»- cessional into the church anr gave the pledge to the flag and the cross. The primary class taught by Mrs. Dan Baker and Mrs. Robert Follies, gave memory verses and a song. Section 1 of the Juniors gave memory verses and. art work under the direction of Mrs. James Shultz and Mrs. Clemence Alberts. The nursery group played the melody bells under the direction of Mrs. Gene Thomae Their teachers were Mrs. Ebert Pointer and Mrs. Kenneth Breitweiser. The kindergarten group, taught by Mrs. Dale Maxwell and Mrs. John Johnson, gave memory verses and songs. A dramatization of "God's Children Pray" was given by the juniors, taught by Mrs. Marshall Halliday. The Rev. and Mrs. David Packard taught the junior high class, who gave excerpts from their classes. The offering taken daily dur ing the Bible school will be sent to earthquake victims in Chile Hand craft work done in the past two weeks was on display Refershments were served daily by the WSCS and Christian Aid ers. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mrs. Lyle Dun can was in Lebanon Saturday where she attended the last day of a writers conference at Me- Kendree College. Mrs. Carlos Christopher en tertained her pinochle club at her home Thursday evening. Mrs. Myrtle Lynch has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brueggeman in Alton and the William Heyen family near Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Scott and family have been on a week's vacation. They visited friends in Indiana and relatives in Columbus, Ohio. Misses Erma and Blanche Rutherford of Springfield are Frte Btok on Arthritis And Rheumatism How to Avoid Crippling Deformities An amazing book entitled "Arthritis and Rheumatism" will be sent free to anyone who ill write for it. It reveals why drugs and medicines give only temporary relief and fail to remove the causes of the trouble; explains a specialized non-surgical treatment which has proven successful since 1919. You incur no obligation in sending for this instructive book. It may be the means of saving you years of untold misery. Write today to The Ball Clinic, Dept. 1204, Excelsior Springs, Missouri. —Adv. OttcrtiUe Night'Riders Turn Out to Be Boys Water Color Paintings Exhibited at Jersey JERSEYVtLLE - Water color paintings created by students enrolled In the University of Illinois Extension course at West Elementary School, were exhibited Friday afternoon at the school. Sixty six pictures, three from each student, were on display. One painting from each student was selected to be entered in a show of student work at the University of Illinois. Many of the pictures on display were made on field trips to Otterville, Piasa and McAdams Highway. Students were: Martha. Dehner of Godfrey; Joanne Applegate and Marjorie Stevens of Piasa; Judy Cary and Mary E. Greene of Kane; Virginia Fulkerson, Loraine Chappell, Mary Heitzig, Emily Davis, Dorothy Hansen, Marie Freesmeyer, Helen Suddes, Clarinda Seago, Stella Havens, Georgia Weishaar and James D. Makinson of Jerseyville; Philip Carmody of Hardin; Velma Sconce of Grafton; Helen Scott of Fieldon; Flor ence Kolb of Brighton and, Lois Weber and Margaret Weber of Alton. Frisco Hearing Ends; Decision by Aug. 28 CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) —A four-day hearing on an application of the Frisco Railroad to discontinue passenger service between St. Louis and Memphis ended Saturday in Cape Girardeau. ICC Examiner Lester Conley indicated the decision will be reached by Aug. 28. visiting their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schuetz. JERSEYVILLE - The cattle roundup in the Otterville vicinity came to an end Saturday morning when Sheriff Howard Perdun and Deputy Sheriff Adam DeSherlia tracked down the "rustlers." For several nights somebody had been riding horses and chasing cattle on farms In the Otterville area without the knowledge of the farm owners. Bull whips, Indian relics and other items had disappeared from the farms of Leslie Dougherty. Russell Campbell, Russcl Price, Claude, Cope, Bernard Spangle and others. The Jersey County officers solved the whereabouts of the night-riders Saturday morning and lined up a number of boys, 12 to 13 years old, who admitted the riding of horses which they had saddled with equipment borrowed from barns and sheds. Restitution of still missing bullwhips, Indian relics and other items was made. No com plaints were filed. Announce Birth of Girl JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Wieneke of Hardin are announcing the birth of a girl on June 15 at the Jersey Community Hospital. They have named the baby Mary Ella and she weighed 6 pounds 13% ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wieneke of Brussels and Ernest Suhre of Ellis Grove, HI. Other children in the family are Michael 11, Dennis 9 and Kevin 2. Mrs. Wieneke was formerly Miss Mary Suhre. • Brighton Eastern Stars Meet Tuesday BRIGHTON - Brighton East ern Star Chapter will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Masonic Hall. It will be "Charter Night" and, in addition to balloting, fathers will be honored. GUARD YOUR VISION See Better Feel Better Looft Better Ralph Boatman's Rites Held Today CARLINVTLLE - Funeral services were conducted at 2:30 p.m. today at Wlese Funeral Homo for Ralph Henry Boatman, 61, who died «t 11:13 p.m. Friday in Carllnvllle Area Hospital where he had been taken three hours previously forllowing a heart attack. Mr. Boatman was bom July 7, 1898 In Carllnvllle. He retired as a coal miner after 30 years in that work and later took up the trade of cement finishing which he continued until 111 health forced him* to retire in May 1959. He was a veteran of World War I, was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Federation Church, and the AFL Cement Union. Mr, Boatman Is surved by his wife, Mildred Boatman; three sons, Ralph Jr., of Bellwoodj Loren Freeman of Decatur and Elwood Dwight of the U. S. Na vy stationed a Norfolk, Va.; three grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs Edith MudKett and Mrs. Nell Emerick, both of Carllnvllle, and Mrs. Harriet Chew and Mrs. Stella McGaughey, both of Alton; six brothers, Everett, Frank, Alfred, Walter, Howard, all of Carlinville, and William of Auburn. Alton Moose Loses Two to Nokomis NOKOM19 — NWwmte IMS year-old Lions baseball team of the Pony League handed the Alton Moose 11-13 yar-old club a double defeat here Sunday. The first game score was 4-3 and th« second was 2-1. Baiter had two hits for Alton In the first game. Von Hatten was the losing pitcher. In the second game Alton got two hits. Kennedy had one of them, a double. Baiter and Von Hatten divided the pitching for Moose. The Moose team travels to Foley, Mo. in the near future. Fiji's Nadl International Airport, a $13,000,000 project jointly paid for by the member nations of the South Pacific Air Transport Council, has been officially opened, Suva reports. It is one of the world's most modern. A seven-man whisky team was sent to the United States by the Irish distillers association, in Dublin, to start "the biggest-ever drive" to boost Irish whiskey sales. QOINQ TO WORK? RIDE A CITIZENS COACH CO. BUS SHAKS Does Your TV Antenna Give You THIS...or...THIS? Call for Sears ^-^ 5-POINT ANTENNA SERVICE FOR ONLY 19.95 YOU GET 1 Antenna Head replaced at no extra cnnra,o if neo 2 Lead in terminals cleaned entirely checked far cracks or wear, replaced free if needed 3 Terminals coated with plastic for extra protection 4 Guy wires checked, tightened 5 Antenna re-oriented for perfect picture clarity PHONf HO 5-5511 NOW FOR PROMPT DEPENDABLE SERVICE Charmode Baby Doll Pajamas Sears Roebuck and Co., ALTON Only Men's Knit Cotton Crew Neck Shirts 79° Reg. 98c ,.„«„„ t> t. tnr mn\ Nylon reinforced collarette •!• cotton p.is ror cooi. *„« wo«n »* «han»i p«»rv r«v. summer sleeping. Not exactly *•*? *f.f? 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Now, wherever you live, you can share the advantages of rural Illinois' No. 1 burner fuel source! During the month,, FS salesmen will b* calling on you and your neighbors, urging you to keep fuel tanks filled this summer. Your full tank help* avoid ruft caused by idle- aaaaon condensation in partly-empty tanks. And you get even more help from FS Burner Fuel because FSC-22, • special combination ol additive*, actually disperses sludge that already may have formed in your tank. That means when heating season start* your burner will be ready to go and you won't be bothered by burner stoppage due to clogged line*, niters, or nozzles. Farm-provan dalivary sarvica. When you fill with FS you're teaming up with Illinois' most thoroughly- proven delivery service. You probably have seen those white FS trucks traveling country roads in all kinds of weather. Through the years FS salesmen have topped them all with a dependability farm families have learned they can rely on. You can too. 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