Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 24, 1960 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH pAoin 3 New Teachers Hired At Jersey High School JERSEYVILLE - The Jersey | to .Terwyvillp by hi* wife and Community High School has PX- their small dnughtpr who will tenripd contracts to three new! he a first grade school student teachers for the 19BO-61 term.iln the fall. Joining the faculty in the fall will be Charles Milton Mostar of Benld; Donald E. Bell, who 2 Teachers Resign in Jcrsev Unit By Dfofc Turner onillU, L/UllrtlU Cs, K7CI1, WIIU • ft taugh last year at Carrollton «nd|^ ^ m °^.; Robert H. Wanless Jr., of Elmhurst. Mostar will teach science at the high school. This summer he JERSEYVILLE - The Board of Education of Community Unit jlOO, Jersey and Greene counties. Parent* of Swn 'accepted the resignations Wed- JERSEYVILLE — A son, Jeff- nesdny evening of two teachers. . ,, '° Mf John Knimeich and Miss Milli cent McCauley. Their future Hardin at 1:24 a.m. Wednesday p| an)! have not been announced. at the Jersey Community Hos-: Krumeich has been with the .. ., . . . _.. . pital. The baby weighed 8 un lt for three and ^one half the high school. This summer he pounds 7 oum;M . Mp is a Kri , n H- vears , Ils firs , assignment was is taking advanced work at son of Mr and Mrs Car , ,j onnes r nt mr EHS , Ei Pm entar.v School Southern Illinois University tm- iof BHlrhtown and Mr . and Mrs . jn j rrsrvvi | le and for the past der a Fellowship from the Na-| Bn . nard Toppmryer of finis-i thrPP years he has been prin- tional Science Foundation. | sp|s ( , jpn , a , |hp Fjp , do|1 Attf<ndance He was graduated from the Mrs. Toppmeycr was formerly (> n tei. His wife. .Mrs. 1-otiisc F. Benld High School in 1952, at- \ij ss Carmen .lohnes. Other chil- Krumicch, is a member of the tended the University of Illinois, dren in the family are GregorV teaching staff at the Kast Eleand receiver a bachelor of science,9, Laura 7 and Lavona '-"2. imenlary School. Tlie couple re- degrc-r in 1959 from Southern Illinois University. His schooling was interrupted by two years of military service. He is married and taught in Illinois Community Unit 6 at Danvers. III., last year. Bell is simile, and taueht the imenlary School. The couple re Treated Following; Accident side in Jerseyville. JERSKYVILLE — Mrs. Wil- Miss McCanley taught vocal liam Rinehausen of Fieldon and,music in the. attendance centers her eight-year-old daughter, Jan- the past year, .ie, were treated at the Jersey During the meeting the Board Community Hospital following an (purchased floor tile to be used Jersey First Samples of New Wheat Has High Moisture Content JKHSKYVILLE — The first ounces. She is a granddaughter samples of new wheat were O f Mrs. Russell Sinclair Sr. of brought to Jerseyville elevators j pr! «,yvll1e and Mr. and Mrs. i Wednesday afternoon for testing Wi , ||nm OpUlng) , Sl ,, of K]drpd preliminary to harvwtlng granddaughter of Samples brought in contained * Isringhaus,00 high « moisture content as • Friends Harvest Hay Crop for lit Moro Farmer MORO — Approximately 21 neighbors of Victor Unterbrink met at his home Monday and Tuesday to harvest his hay crop. Kan ft Pnto&f*L mi M«. V. 1 MMM dwit of flw toes* camc w|(h „ comb , ne , 0 narves , lhis barley. Unterbrlnk . wno ^ hw .p lta l. hed for „ wppk ^ CKW(f o( an tfcfc Helmkamp Wlfti L and tan, EWlte «ndlU*«|i to ri> Ritfiyi «•*, weekertd to visit their ard, who i» ifi tratatnt Mr. and Mn. DavM Haltendate, Fla., «pint and Wednesday here ttvw. Mn. Hunter her marriage. Mfew ^_ lis and formerly lived lWHt» the ; h ;, n.1,,.,11 r mav he exacted moMure siSon point for market *"' during Wrtrwtay Mrs. Stnrtair was formerly,cident. was able to return to his Miss Marguerite Settings. Other:home Sunday. He is making sat- children of the couple are Russ; Isfactory recovery. Jr.. 7 ant ' Japan importa betwatn lfo,WO and 120,000 pounds Of tfflcw from the United State* Moh year. . .Ix „. .t th. !.» ol 11 • mlm«, MM accidont which occurred "four in tiling the nil purpose rooms "Well, no son! My opinion i.sjhat it is impossible for past two and one half years in; miles \\> s | o f Kirldon on n conn- and some other arras in the Carrollton Unit. He is a grad-jfi-y road about 8 p.m. Wednes-| school system. .A contract uatp of Southern Illinois I'mver-jriay. . i awarded to Gerard Contracl- sity and will teach physics,! T| lf > c . ar ; n which they were'ing Co. of St. Louis, Mo., for re- nialhematics and science at the ridine and another vehicle driv- pairs to the smoke stack at tho high school. Ho is also continu- rn bv Sherman Devcning collid- Jersey Community High School.! ing his education under a Fel- e( \ head on. Mrs. Ringhausen. The Board also voted to re- louship from the National Sci- who WHS driving her car suffer- employ James J. Walsh as ence Foundation Ihis summer. P( | a | H cerHtinn of the righl eye- ; school treasurer for the coming He will study nuclear physics at brow requiring sutures, and year and a public hearing will Oak Ridge. Tenn. bruises of right knee and both be held on the proposed budget Wanless conies to the local un- elbows. Aug. ]0. it from the Kast Leyden High Janie incurred an abrasion on School in Franklin Park. 111.,'the chin and had a painful To Attend House Party JERSEYVILLE — The annu- ov nuui III ririimiiu » run. *,,.,• nir I HIM (tint imu n [jnniiui, J J^n-oCj I V ILiL^Tj — I lit 1 clllliu- wliere he taught industrial arts shoulder. Both were released af- a | house party for Illinois Bap- during the 19.l!1-fiO term. F'ollow- ter treatment. list Women from all the Central ing graduation from the Wash- in Alton Hospital* Illinois areas, will be held at inglon Park High Srhool in Ra- JERSKYVILLK — E 1 d o n M a( -Murray College in Jackson- cine. Wis.. he attended the t'ni-Moore of Jerseyville. who has v j]| Pi June 28 through June 30. unio Wtll) llv/ CTUII • iv i y V/I./HHVH1 «».:i i i »*» * •» •».• •••i(^v**j--'••"•*- - — the;you to be in love with two different girls at the same was)' time—not on the income I make!" To Discuss Water System Improvements at Jersey JKRSKYVILLK — The first of Mrs. Gus F. Roth and daughter,! a series of public meetings re- Betty and Donna, and son. Rich-! Harding the proposed new water ard. of Jerseyville and Miss Con-; and sewer system improvement nie Gourley of Carrollton are oni for the city has been schedul- a three weeks motor trip to Cali- ed for Tuesday evening at 8 fornia. o'clock. i Roth, who is superintendent or Letters announcing the meet-; Community Unit 10TI. will repre- inp; are being sent to the heads spn t the Marquette Division of of Jerspyville. who has viI , Pi Junp 2 8 through June 30. of loc .,| dvic and frate rnal or--the Illinois Education Assn. at pat.ent at the Jersey Thpre win be a p el . io d of fellow-| ganizalionSi , hr Nat jonal Educaion Assn. con- mty Hospital was trans- ship ni i ssionar y speakers, con- Aug :}0 has been sct as t h e vention to be held in Los An- rupsdny to the Memorial ferences and election of state d , , , h plection regarding aeles from June 26 to July 2. versify of Wisconsin and roceiv- been^. a ed a bachelor of science de- Community gree in 19.19 from Stout State ferred Tuesday to the Memorial ferences and plect ion of state daU T" foi r the plectio n regarding g e ie S "from June 26 to July 2. College in Menomonie. Wis. He Hospital in Alton. Henry field- ami ass0 ciational officers. , ne issuam , e of 5425,000 of gen- Miss Gourley will visit friends has had marhinp shop and sheet er of Ilardin was moved \\ed- A number from the First B ap- era| ob , igation bonds . firat step ,„ Caltfomia . The Roth family mnal pxppri.-ii<-c. Wanless will jnesdav from the Jersey C om- tist church here a re making^ th roposed $2 500 . 00 0 water plans to return to Jerseyville teach industrial arts at the high|munity Hospital to St. Josephs p)ans , 0 attend . Mrs . Fre d Thiel| and sevm , impl . oveme nt pro- July 10. is chairman of house party fori ' ' j j : h , . . omers wno W ilir , ^ j i Home From Eastern Tour ! me cnuicn ana oinei.s wnu wuii A( |he nlCPtm g Tuesday eve- attend include Mrs. Melvin Wie Ora in the grain, and it believed Thursday afternoon that harvest might not begin until the first of next week. Wheat outlook is reported as belter than average in many parts of Jersey County where good drainage of the fields was had. Where drainage was poor, the crop is showing some damage and the yield on such tracts will he lessened. Winter barley will yield better than for a number of years, it was predicted here Thursday afternoon for most Jersey County acreages planted in the crop. There was better than usual snow coverage for the fields during the past winter than for a number of years. Announce Birth of ftirl JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sinclair of Fieldon have chosen the name Jan Marguerite for their infant daughter born nt '1:05 p.m. June 20 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds 9 Mike McLaren. Miss Margaret Archer of Jerseyville accompanied the group from trip was made by bus June Murgatroyd of Jacksonville. Of Hannibal Dies HAKHIN Hardin relatives have been notified of the death of Mrs. Stella Kitson. 61. ot Hannibal. Mo., Wednesday, in a hospital in Jacksonville. A former Calhoun County resident, Mrs. Kitson was born Orl. 20. 1898. In addition to three children, survivors include a brother. Harry Plummer. and a nephew. Everett Bailey of Hardin: a sister. Mrs. Altn Kroeschel and two brothers. Carl and Wad Plummer, all of Jerseyville. The body is at Blair 1 Funeral Home in Quincy. where' services will be conducted at 'J p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in; Hannibal. Only four U.S. presidents i failed to head their party ticket, for renomination: Polk, Pierce,! , Buchanan and Hayes. ; Host to I'renbyterlal Board j MORO — The local United! Presbyterian Women's Organi-l zation will be host to members of the Alton Presbyterlal executive board and presidents of the UPWO groups within Alton Pres- byterial at an all day meeting at the church July 14. There will be a sack lunch and the host church will provide dessert and; n drink. Mrs. C. E. Roodhouse of Whfte BRANDENBERGER Buy*: • Old Hold • Diamonds • Dental (told • Jewelry • Antiques •»I5 IMASA ST. ALTON Open Mon., Krl. Till 9 p.m. SPECIAL PURCHASE Boys' 2-«; Men's e'j to 12 BASKETBALL SHOES $4 to $4.50 SO 99 Elstwhert. Pair.. £ • Heavy Sponge Insole • Built-in Arch • Guarnnterri WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-Od K. Broadway Ta«h Do Y«M NMd —Tt*f %A!A •*•* www KVVIi Wt Ml %Af A T0ju^A w§ i row Wt Strvlet LOWII , Oardtn lltetrte Powtr Ne«r Nailing woof 5cmoin^| Woor Laying Poptr Rtmevlng Trtt CutHng —Tod* Plumbing —Toote Painting —-Tooh Concrttt Mixing—-Tools For Any Kind •» Tooh Stop at THE WORKSHOP Grace St. Godfrey Phone HO 6-3456 school and will be accompanied Hospital in Alton. UP nF /^nrilf HE RE-GREW JERSEYVILLE — Jersey! County students who enjoyed an Before Erickson Treatment A Few Months Later Thomas A. Melton Jr. (Above), shows he re-grew hair by j the Erickson Home Treatment method. : Hair Specialists Here Tomorrow; Will Show How to Save Hair and Prevent Baldness New home treatment methods for saving hair and improving its growth will be demonstrated in Alton, Illinois, on Saturday, June 25th. I960 only. Other citie.s listed below. Consultant Dave Hayes will be in charge, representing the dynamic Erickson Hail & Scalp Specialists organization. He will personally examine hair-worried men and women from 12:00 noon tc 8:0f p.m. Saturday at the Flamingo Motel. Phone HO 2-0642. Free Parking. West Central Association and ofi the local Women's Missionary' Society. | Visit Relatives Here ' JERSEYVILLK - Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Judge of Santa Monica, Calif., have been visiting her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Manning. Mrs. Judge was formerly Miss Peggy Harlan and had made her home here. They have spent the past three years in California after he completed his college education as electrical engineer at Pur-' du University. He has been technical publications supervisor for Packard Bell Corp. of Santa Monica. They stopped here en route to Utica. N. Y., where they will establish their home. in the East,' , ., , 'returned home Tuesday. They phases of the proposal. j^ ^ Thpe , ke , di Bobby Hor .; Roths on Vacation imell, Marcella Kallal, Doris Pe-: JERSEYVILLE — Mr. andjgue, Jeff Radley and Jim and 1 CORRECTION: Shearburn's Ice Cream \ GAL. 69 With Purchase ot $1.00 or More in Baked Goods DILLE'S PASTRIES 1307 State St. Phone HO 2-2143 OVER ROBERTHAU! FRIDAY and SATURDAY 9 to 9! While they At the home office of the Krick- son organization, a new, even more successful method of treatment was announced a treatment that you can easily administer yourself ai home. This new treatment is neither "mail order" nor "cure-all." II is adapted to the inclividual after a personal examination and progress is checked at regular intervals by an Erickson expert. Who Con Be Helped? For many years now Erickson Hair & Scalp Specialists have been checking the hair of thousands of people across the country. They have encountered and dealt with hundreds of cases of every kind of hair trouble. From this experience has grown the body of scientific knowledge leading to the development of the new Erickson home treatment. Will the new Erickson treatment cure baldness? "No!" For we cannot help men and women who art slick-bald after years of gradual hair-loss. But if you still have fuzz aod your scalp is still creating hair, you can at least save and thicken what you have. Some conditions, such as, "spol baldness" usually have complete coverage if caught in lime! Other conditions that usually bring on excessive hair lo>s — dandruff, itching, over-oil iness or dryneas, follicle clogged with sebum or seborrhta -- can be corrected by the Erk-kson home treatment if caught before the "hair factories" art- destroyed. Evidence of the success of the Enckson method is that the organization has expanded to nun- is Satisfy 95% "Actually, our biggest problem is not in doing what we ;claim," says D. W. Erickson, 'director of the organization,"for we satisfy at least 95% of our •clients which, when you consider that almost every person is i a 'doubter' or a 'putter-offer' where hair is concerned, is an 'excellent showing. Getting these doubters and putter-offers to come in for an examination is really the problem." ; Examine You Free We want to make it clear ithat you incur absolutely no (charge or obligation by coming | in for an examination. Your only obligation is to yourself to ease your mind of hair worries by learning how to .save and thicken your hair at ihome. We will tell you frankly jand sincerely whether or not | you can be helped, how long it iwill take and how much it will icost. Hopeless Coses Refused 1 Erickson Hair and Scalp Specialists have established a very high reputation in the field for refusing any case thai does not fall under the scope of its work. In the majority of cases of i baldness and excessive hair IOBS (a condition sometime!, described as male pattern baldness — ; has been identified as such), treatment is of little or no value, and ayain w«- slate ERICKSON WILL CONTINUE ITS POLICY OF RKFUSIMi iALL HOPELEvSS CASKS. Guorontee Satisfaction The Krickson Hail & Scalp Specialist^ will give you a writ- hair aie 111 niuism and tH' The average .,„.„...„ ..--on justifies his condition will" urie or the other of llifst- two statements: ••1 don'i think anybody can stop liun l°ss" •"" ol "O' 1 ' *' nl iiomg to afi- an expert when 1 gel aiuund 10 it." Baldness won't wait foi doubters to be convinced or foi pio- craatmaiors to take action lai- er. You're going to keep right on losing hair till you're bald . . . unless you gel your scalp in healthy, hair-growing condition again. o,. em- bauas.ed in any way Exam- maiions are given in pnyate. a '' e fr ° m 1L ' :0<J n °° n l ° : = .0() p.m. ALTON Saluiday. June ^5lh , al , lle Flamingo Motel. Phone: HO _'-(ib4^. Fret- Parking £AST ST. LOl'IS -• Friday, jJune - J 4th at the Broadview 1 Hotel Phone: I'P'4-6500. j Hair aiul Scalp WorUt't larat*t HODM TrMUBMt DON'T ISET CAU0HT IN THE NEXT HEAT WAVE! FULL 2 HP COOLING YORK ROOM! AIR CONDITIONERS Here's a unit thai sets a whole new standard for quiet operation, yet gives you capacity for cooling up to 3 rooms! Fully insulated cooling compartment muffles air sound without reducing cooling power. Plus: Lifetime Filter • 2-Speed Fan • Adjustable Grilles • Duo-Cycle Starting • Exhaust vent! ACT NOW! SAVE 10% TAX •ramenAN PRODUCTS OODFRIY, ILL. PHONE NO 6-3431 Oft* MOND4V FKIO4V TILL *'< * new summer shirtwaist ^ dresses Regularly3.89 each! ilt t it FOR HURRY— they 're priced for a se/fouff )«UVI>H b muit vmutiie fashions. Ideui foi MtiM, offum, truvei! Wfcoi thoiti from ^orttmei into full! Woven (Otton pluni 1 ; unii pi Brondcluilis in u luinbow uf TcMlflt ifclc OPEN EVERY MIQHT TILL 9 PW HfRf'S WHY PRtCtS AKt LOW AT ROUfRT HALL «-W« *«M for <a»h only! » No tuyh fttn»>! • Nu t.uni.> ti<kfw(<.-i! OUH ',M(J»-HNC' VUit the New Hubert Hull .Salesroom firm* of tree Parking. Opi-H Daily U V»l to U 1' M 2821 OeMrty M. (Rl. 67), )ul loril of Dilntr Av«. it lit i«w Billllii Hl(hwiy

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