Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1960 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 20, 1960
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MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1960 ALffUN EVENING TELEGRAPH FAOBHVffif NONAGENARIAN DANCES AT PARTY Miss Grace Updike, who is in her partner is a much younger \vomarf, Mrs. Jersey Pastor To Attend Convention JKRSEYVILUC - Rev. Albert Schroedw of Hope Lutheran Church of Jtnwyvflf* will at tend the convention of the Smith- tin tntnois Dlitrtct of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod June 30 through 34 at Zlon Lu theran Church in Bethalto. This convention meets two out of every three years and every third year the entire Synod Aftionj the itMjW ID ba acted on 01 the plan to construct a home for the Lutheran aged In Southern till- nott, intensive pnunoikjfi 01 Bible study in local congregations, expanding the world-wide mission program of the Missouri Synod, and carrying out a new program of mission education in local churches. Delegates from the Mope Lutheran Church hi Jerseyvllle, are the pastor, Rev. Schroeder and Joseph Johnson of Dow, with William Phillip of Brighton as alternate. The Rev. Schroeder has been asked to serve as chaplain for the convention along with Rev. Herbert SdMttoftUH) of HofliMft. The therm of Qw convention te Declare His Glory" and nearly 900 members of the clergy, parochial school teachers Mi lay men, will attend. •rfcwM^AA ftK Afl^H^^^^Mk Timing • nimvwKB JKRSEY'VILLE - Mtaa Can Lofton, member of tha faculty of District 100, left this wwfc for Roseau. Minn., to spend tilt sum nrer with her brother and sis ter-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lofton and family. En route to Roseau she visited with Miss Helen Margaret Seago of Monmonth, III., form erly of Jerseyvllle. who is assistant chief operator for the ttnti will have • flfwmto plant. Gtntiftl Tapffcom Co. ft Moo- JMHiQlt TO WORK? MIDI A CITIZENS COACH eo. BUS 'Best car Buick has ever built," says MOTOR TREND Magazine Authorities say H over and over: This is Buick's all-time Best. Never has Buick packed so much spirit and smoothness under the hood. The team of Wildcat power and Turbine Drive* control pots JKM to command of any highway or byway. See your Buick Dealer. His Easy-Ownership Man will work out a plan to suit you to that you can take the wheel of your own Buick '60. When yoo find oat how easy it is, you'll know why Buick sale* are climbing. •&•*<»< «• ifnnt •*< Kmin., nineties, danced at Senior Citizens' Roundup at the YWCA. Her dancing Myrtle Gaines. — Staff Photo. SEE THE "EASY-OWNERSHIP MAN" AT YOUR QUALITY BUICK '60 DEALER'S! Gus Roth Again Heads Jersey Cancer Society A new hydroelectric plant will supply power to Brazil's Volta Redonda steel mill. WALLY BERGER BUICK , AN*. ... •Your Buick Dealer is the man to see for Better-Buy uaed cars, tool. service Muriel JERSEYVILLE — At the annual meeting of the Jersey County Cancer Chapter last week Gus F. Roth, superintendent of Community Unit. 100, was reelected chairman for the coming year. Dr. W. Clark Doak, was elected vice chairman; Russell M. Warner was renamed treasurer, and Mrs. William K. Wieland, was re-elected secretary. In addition to the officers, the following were re-elected to serve as members of the board of directors: Dr. Fred GorecW, Mrs. F. A. Munsterman, Mrs. Howard K. Parker, Dr. Byron Caffery, Dr. Robert Mindrup, Dr. Fred Walter, Dr. H. E. Wuestenfeld, Mrs. Leslie Shines and Mrs. W. C. Doak of Jerseyville; Mrs. Lena Kruse of Fieldon and Mrs. Edith Calhoun of Grafton. A new member elected to the board was Mrs. Paul Fleming, who is publicity chairman. Of current public interest was the report given by crusade chairman, Al Schleper. To date the canvassing of Jersey County residents is incomplete and the -Japan is exporting electric goal set for the state has not]aroma lights. been reached. Of the goal set 51,760 has been collected and the chapter hopes that the completed canvass will help cover the deficit. Participating in the annual meeting were: Gus Roth, Al Schleper, Dr. W. C. Doak, Mix. Robert Gledhill, Mrs. Howard K. Parker, Mrs. F. A. Mun$- terman, Mrs. William Wetland and guest of the chapter, Mrs. Irma W. Hays. Mrs. Hays, who is field representative of the Fourth District, is from Springfield. She outlined an interesting program for the coming year. Announcement was made of the fall meeting of the Fourth District to be held in October jn the Alton area. The state meeting will take place in Chicago at the Knickerbocker Hotel, Nov. 10 and 11. Mrs. F. A. Munsterman was elected lay- delegate to attend. Chairman Roth appointed the following committees for the coming year, Mrs. F. A. Munsterman, public education; Mrs. Paul Fleming, publicity; Mrs. Howard K. Parker, chairman with Mrs. Crane as co-chairman and Al J. Schleper crusade chairman. In order to assist the public in securing information and aid, Ihe American Cancer Society will be listed as stated in the new telephone directory. Again this year, a service booth will be maintained at the Jersey County Fair. 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