Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 22, 1960 · Page 7
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June 22, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH of the local club gave a resume of the duties of the club pertaining to public relations. Miss Hanlon te chairman of the club public relations committee. Mrs. Blanche Bieneman of Jacksonville, district secretary of the BPW. was also a guest Monday evening. Carrollton Club Women Hear MargaretHopper | CARROLLTON - Miss Margaret Faye Hopper of Jacksonville, district president of the Business and Professional Woman's Clubs, spoke Monday evening at a meeting of the local club held at the home of Mrs. i Mrs. Kenneth Snow at Marquette Joe Schnelten, with Miss Mar-|Lodgp. Mr. and Mrs. Snow had um-et Baker as assisting hos-|been married Saturday in Brus- tess. i sfls, Mrs. Snow bf ing the for- Miss Hopper, discussed thei™r Miss Virginia Pohlman of Workings of the State BPW Con-i Brussels. Snow is the Illinois vention, to be held July 10 In Agriculture Insurance adjuster Springfield, after which plans for this arp « After a wedding trip to Louisinnnn, Mississippi and Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Snow will make their home in Hardin. Attending Baptist Camp CARROLLTON — Miss Carol Hildebrant. daughtrr of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hildebrant, and Miss Kathryn Meek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Meek, both members of the Junior department of the Pint Baptist Church will leave Sunday for Springfield to spend six days attending the Junior camp at the Baptist Camp at Lake Springfield. Notes Attaint CARROLLTON — Mayor and Mrs. Louis Varble of Kane and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Diehl of this city attended a reception Saturday afternoon honoring Mr. and ' CARROLLTON - Lawrence Weber, «on of Mr. and Mrs. E. Weber, and Duane Moushon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Moushon, both members of Carrollton High School band are spending this week in DuQuoin at Egyptian Music Camp. madf to attend the convention by Miss Nelle Pegram, Mrs. Meda Dowdall, Mrs. Thelma Wilkinson, Mrs. Rosemary Hnrtwick and Mrs. Joe Schnelten. all of whom will appear on the program. Miss Marie Hanlon HARD OF HEARING! I'll give you a FREE Home DEMONSTRATION —and show you the latest in Hearing Aids JACK STANSBERRY H F A R I N (. AIDS Call for Appointment CL 4-2628 or CL 4-4214 Model for model—feature for feature—you won't find a better hearing aid than Zenith—anywhire. Zenith all-transistor models include slim, trim eyeglass hearing aids,* inconspicuous at-the-ear hearing aids, conventional models and the world's first High- Fidelity Hearing Aid. There is a Zenith for every type of electronically correctable hearing loss. FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION • NO OBLIGATION Fret On-The-Spot service check of all makes You owe it to your Hearing to investigate Zenith "Living Sound" Hearing Aids REESE DRUG STORE 74 E. FERGUSON WOOD RIVER We handle batteries and accessories for most hearing aids. kM M Mnwrtton »l* fch w. !*•!» IHShu M, film, mot,. <«4 IM *M HI miii»u Past Presidents Meet at Carrollton CARROLLTON - Member* of the Part Presidents' Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary from Carrollton had a dinner meeting Monday evening at the Colonial Room of Day's Cafe. ISVm Cfltlh Meet* CARROLLTON - Members of the 59'ers Club had a dinner party Tuesday evpnlng at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis (Jeers, with Mayor and Mrs. Mrs Fred Hartman returned | J**"* Q «»" «" «•» •«"«"« to her work Monday in the Car-|" 08t8 - rollton bank after having been| tojnred In Car Wreck on vacation. CARROLLTON — Norman Mrs. Herbert Widdowson and Mrs. Kenneth Black entertained members of their bridge club Monday evening at the Widdowson home. Tom Stone and Paul Golloher, both of St. Louis, spent the weekend with Stolne's parents, Sheriff and Mrs. Leonard Stone. Stone is attending summer school at St. Louis University. Mrs. Callie Short will leave Thursday for Ferguson to spend a week with her grandchildren while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Short, are on vacation. Miss Ella Black will leave Thursday for Los Angeles, Calif, where she will join Miss Nita Ford of this city in a visit at the home of Mrs. Harry Freeh before leaving from Portland, Ore., early in July on a trip by plane around the world. Miss Ford's sister, Mrs. Charles Kinney, of Grant's 'Pass, Ore., will accompany Miss Ford arid Miss Black on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. William Martin of Eldred were guests Father's Dayj of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Graner. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Graner and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Mai-tin went to St. Louis where they visited the airport at Lambert Field. Mrs. Meyme O'Connor and Miss Jayne Gabb and Miss Gina Gabb of Slater, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Vaughn and daughter of Elchaon Calif., were guests Monday and Tuesday of Mrs. O'Connor's mother, Mrs. W. C. Kelly, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Geers and also of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Garrison. Kallal. 22. is in Jersey Community Hospital suffering from head injuries which he sustained Monday at 5 p.m. when his car went out^of control and overturned on a 'curve between Fieldon and Jerseyville, Attending Summer School CARROLLTON - William Shade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Shade of Roodhouse and the art teacher In the Carrollton Community Unit Schools, began his studies at summer school Tuesday at Southern Illinois the University of Illinois. Attending Conference CARROLLTON — Mrs. 0. J. Thiebaud, Mrs. Faye Melvin, John Andrews and John Bicket Greene County farm adviser, went to Champaign Wednesday to remain over Thursday attending a conference of chairman o Shlprtifiti SHIPMAN-Tlw Plalnview Order of Eastern Star will observe their 50th anniversary Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic hall. Father's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Duncan were: Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Caveny of Lltch- field; Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Duncan and children of East Alton; Mr. nnd Mrs. William Duncan and the Agricultural and Home EC onomics Extension Councils at the Univrslty of Illinois. Studying at MeKendreo CARROLLTON - Mrs. Gregg Fuller who teaches in the Eldred grade school, left this week for Lebanon where she is attending summer school at McKendree College. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday for surgery were Jerry Joe Chrisman of Carrollton and Roy William Loy of Rockbridge. Ad mitted to the hospital Tuesday were Rolland Combs, Carrollton; Mrs. Betty Long, Hillvlew; Marion Evertts, Jerseyville. Dismissed Monday was John Timpe of Alton and dismissed Tuesday was Mrs. Melba Gray of Jerseyville. family of Plait. On Monday Mrs. Edward Caveny and tarn daughters of GlDeaple spent the day with WALLPAPER MONTIGELLO COLOR CENTER Montteello Plaza, Godfrey Young people of the Methodist Church who are In seventh, eighth or ninth grades who wish to attend Junior High camp at Little Grassy are asked to have their fees and reservations made with Mrs. Marshall Halliday by Saturday. Camp will convene July 18 and end July 23. Miss Alice Ann Breitwlser Is a councilor at Little Grassy this week and accompanied Mrs. Earl Dickey of Jerseyville. The Shipman Home Bureau will not meet this month. On the regular meeting in July members will have an "Out Door Meal" for the major lesson In the form of a picnic at the Community Park. The Methodist Church Bible school at Pinsa will end Sunday at S p.m. The theme will be "Teachings of Jesus". There are 52 pupils nnd teachers enrolled. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hewitt left Lambert Field Monday for a weeks vacation in California. Mr. and Mrs. Euel Jacobs, Mr. ^^^^^^^^^^^»^^^^^^^^^^ugg Sll THI NIW PARKER "JET FLIQHTER" AT GODWIN OPPICI SUPPLY, INC. 114 E. Broadway, HO 6-7156 "Alton's Commercial Stationer." and Mrs. John Singleton and Mist Evelyn Spry were Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mn. Ora Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matlack of Columbus, Ohio, are spending their vacation with the Matlack and Allen families. Paul Kahl, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kahl, spent Monday and Tuesday at trm CarlinvlUe Area Hospital where he was under observation. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobs have received word that their son, Robert Jacobs, has been promoted to Airman First Class. He Is stationed nt Chicksands. England. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Archer Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Dugan and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hewitt and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Meyers attended the rehearsal dinner for (he Damron-Meyrrs wedding party at the Iowa Hotel in Keokuk, Iowa, Saturday evening. Area families who attended the Damron-Meyers wedding Sunday at Hamilton, HI., wws: William Lynch, Kenneth Breitwlser, Elmer Breitwlser, Earl Allen, Mitchell Taggart, Austin Jaynes, Kenneth Archer Sr., Wilbur Kahl, Marshall Halliday, Rev. Arthur Hurry, Claude Karnes, Joyce Hunt, Thomas Beckham, Ralph Wheeler, Floyd Wiltshire, Charles Skaggs, Malchus Baker, William Flte. William Stouffe, Charles Schoenemnn, Gene Thomae, Leslie Alward, Robert Duncan, John Rosentreter, Charles AtWn. Mrs. Rose Smith. Mrs. Charlotte Meyers. Mrs. Grace Henson, Mrs. Ellen Lynch, Mrs. Wayne Wlnslade, Miss Mary Lea Bohlmeyer, James Taggart and Miss Lou Ann Wood. Real Rag Cutter POWELL, Wyo. (AP) - Powell businessman tested his new power lawn mower in his front room. The demonstration was a success. Tt cut a neat short turf — somewhat shorter than the rug's nap. PAOB SEVEN Hardln AtKifiiYf 4Mv^^^^ A ^^•^•jldB^to^ftjB^ei : JEilQClS 1/CICJ§«ICS HARDIN — Delegate! » tht state convention of the AflMrl* .„.. Legion AO*tHi.ry Wift, named Monday night. Selected to attend the meeting tt th» Morrison Hotel hi Chicago on Aug. 18, 19 and 20, were MM, Howard Devine, unK president; Mrs. Paul Aderton and Mrs. Arthur Kamp. Mrs. Devine reported OB her attendance at the annual pilgrimage to the ISSC. School at Normal on Sunday, June 12. Mrs. Devine visited Bell Cottage at the school, which is sponsor* ed by the 20th district, tnd the met, Ronald Weber, a resident of the cottage, to whom tht to* ral unit has been sending gifts on special occasions this year. More than 50 countries have issued special stamps for World Refugee Year, London learns. 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