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SATURDAY. JUNE 25, 1980 200 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ister First Day \W** Carrollton At Jersey Playground lstudcnts Back J FromWashington WINNING HAND-SEVEN QUEENS JERSEYVtLLE - More- than) i?on youngsters registered opening 1 day at the thw Jcrseyvllle playgrounds this wppk. The thrw playgrounds in operation in the city are the Lions Club Playground on North Jefferson. West Playground at West Elemen- tray School campus and the VFW Playground. Maj. Bloomer Transferred To England CARROLLTON - Miss .Jeanm Ann Thlen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thien. and Michael Varble, son of Mrs. Mary Varhle. and Miss Dorothy Norton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs 8. Norton, all of Carrollton returned home Tuesday JERSEYVILLE -Mai. Thorn- from Washington. D. C. where ; as Bloomer, son of Mrs. John they visited points of interest and The playground hours are from Bloomer Sr. of Jerseyvllle. has also met Senators Douglas and 9 until ILPiO a.m. and from 1 to 1 received an assignment that Dirkscn and Congress\\oman Mrs. 4:30 p.m. on week days. All chil- \\ill take him to England forbid Simpson. They attended a dren attending the playgrounds are the next three years. M&i-! session of the legislature, visited required to register. Bloomer is serving with the Gettysburg. Va. and the Nav\ The Jerseyvllle Tennis Club will; t". S- Air Force. shipyards. meet after the instruction for a-; He expects to arrive in Eng- The three were winners in a dults and high school agr people land with his family in time to spelling contest held recently and on Monday. The beginning instruc- become settled prior to the op- sponsored by Mrs. Jame Murga- tion program starts at 6:30 p.m. ening of school near London, troyd of Jacksonville and the and continues until 8:30 p.m. after Bloomer has been teaching county superintendents of schools which a Tennis Club meeting will ! ROTC at Denison University ali in several counties in this area. take place with a wiener roast and'Gramille, Ohio, and prior to There were M boys and girls general business session of the or- that lime had assignments in ., n( | t ,, n Adults who made the trip ganization. Guam and Texas. past D y bus. Others on the trip . . . . , . . . . ,. ; Mrs. Bloomer is the former <.. om GI-PPIIP Countv were Miss Anyone interested in joining the . . . . . ... i"" 1 " "imn V.UUMIV «<u ivn^ club may do so that evening. No registration fees arr necessary for membership. A $1 fee for adults and a L'5 cent for children under high school age will be charged for those desiring tennis instruction. Girls interested in playing on a Softball team in their respective age groups should meet at the Lions Club Playground at :! p.m. Tuesday. High school and young and Ilardin. T ico Recitals Set Sunday at »Jersey Church Jane Aderton. daughter of Air., Vit . kj B pchdolt and David Ivers Paul Aderton Sr. of ()f £| dl . pd and M iss Caro | £ al .| v of White Hall. j ; Receive* Award J I CARROLLTON — Arch Howard i of this city was presented a 30 1 year award as an employe and : distributor of Shell Oil Co. at the annual .jobbers work shop at St. Louis Tuesday and Wednesday. Hospital Note* JERSEYVILLE — Two recitals CARROLLTON Admitted to adult teams will be formed as are scheduled for Sunday com- Boyd Memorial Hospital for well as a .junior team of those pleting the summer series of re- surgery Thursday was Miss below high school age. Mothers in- Htals of the Ringhausen terested in helping to coach and Studio tn Jerseyville. manage such a team are also urg- takes place at 2 p.m. Sunday at ville and Charles Hefner of the Methodist Church. Voice stu- White Hall, dents who will take part are: Dismissed Friday were Rus- Bobby and Barbara Varble of sell Dawdy. Rollin Combs and , Kane: Beth and Patty Hanks of Mrs. Ruby Moss of Carrollton: Jersey ville u was treated at the lfm . din; Mm . y Shf)nahan and Marion Everetts of Jerseyville. Hospital pau)a Kayf , JT SSPX of Alton: Peg- MIS. Berniee Buck of Medora gy Jo Isringhausen, Judy Crop- and Miss Toni Bobis of Hoop- pel and Judy Wheaton of Field- eston. ' on; Tommy Cravens of Shipman: Attends Graduation on a piece of glass, cutting 1hn: Judy Bermes of Woo(J R , wr . anfi CARROLLTON - Mrs. Her- Powderlv. Susan bert Harr returned home Fri- Greenfield Legion Units Meet July 21 NearEldred Friends Plant 50 Aertf dk Beans for Injured Farttt«t *• , »i *«r ,„ . ELDRED -A Rroup of neigh*, GREENFIELD - ^'"^ bors gathered at the Maymmi me date ,._— (h)j) wepk flm , prt .| •July 21. has been set as : . ^^ ^^ ,„,„ wep fln p . for a joint meeting of the Amer- fjw nd and planwd lean Legion and Auxiliary to . Q ^ o{ ^^ f0f h|m &><. make plans for the benefit fish wftg ser(ousl lnjured ln an fry. which is an annual event in auto acc , dent about a mp nth ago. In the «roup Monday were: and Charles VnrbW. Ruyle, Walter Bland, CHEOTERflELD.- Meyers *a« ho»t«B AT»t^«*k M ' " »w -- — ^ evening to member* w «* cas Society. Mrs. t*> n Mrs. Quenttn Conroy ww ro» Lawrence Lowland wet* V Members voted to have a sale Saturday, July 2 at the August. Family Plrnlc GREENFIELD — Thp annual family picnic of the Burroughs Neighborhood Club will place at noon Sunday in tine Park All residents ano men tri-onk Roif and Irai ,. families of the Burroughs com->'< ^"V.nn R<Mf (will be In charge. ,^* munltv are invited iind Jim Dotaon ; „, fc j Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ch»WH-|Jf ' Postpone Merlin* Knlertaliw Club ] famt , y wfire ho9tcs8e8 W 018** GREENFIELD - Thr June .j :LDRE ^ ! Mr ",J: ,!„,!' lbers of her (amlly at * JP™? =«SS53 3£3K« srHSSS week. June T."]!^ ™»??*JZ .S't^l'Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. Tommy - ers and family of Dallas, Gordon Glenn of pi a cr the 30. The meeting will takp place in the home of Mrs. Ler Bums. instead of with Mrs. J. B. Thornton. as previously announced. y Mrs. Thornton and Miss Effe \ ial . ! 1our .P 11ECS Wh,, To Do Until the Comp< ,.. Pnpcrs vverP read \ J » nfe Wiles and MfS ' Duri ng the so- awardcd Music Toni Bobis of Hoopeston. Ad- milted as medical patients were The fourth recital of the series Richard McAdams of Jersey- (Upper Photo) U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla Queens who competed for the title of Miss Safe Boating Queen. From left, Mary Ann Greenwald, Julie Bredall, Aimee Graf, Ruth Ann Dumont and Sharon Bechtold. The queen and her maids of honor will rMe at the head of a boat parade to the Our Lady of the Rivers Shrine Sunday for the annual blessing of the Fleet. This also begins National Safe Boating Week. (At Right) Miss Lynn Vomehr (left), Safe Boating Queen of 1959, fastens great toe of her right foot. Tho Klthlwn'"'ipowderLv " S u's"i n bert" Harr returned home Fri- ribbon of honor OH Miss laceration required sutures Ho | mps Carol Easti Claudia day from Detroit. Mich., where Nancy Jean Steilber, chos- \Vayne Gibson. 16, son of Mr. ^^ ^ IsrjnRhausen Joanne she attended the graduation of en 1%0 Safe Boatil , K and Linda Crawford. Dawn. Pam her nephew. William Harr. from „«.«,„,««., Mn and Kathy Ma,r,y, Teddy, Terry, the Detroit University School Qw™ at a coronation dill- Judy and Jackie Ringhausen. of Dentistry. Dr. Harr has al- ner dance in St. LOUIS final recital of the series'ready passed the state board Friday evening. — Staff ... . . •' CT cd to attend the meeting. JERSEYVILLE -Roberta Woolsey, 4. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woolsey of Jerseyvill Jersey Community Thursday evening for a fool injury. The child jumped across a ditch at her home and stepped Thorpe will be assisting host- essees. Mrs. J. T. Linder will be devotional leader and Mrs. Harley Gustine and Mrs. William Weis- to Mrs. Vernce Varble, Mrs. Dean Bushnell. Mrs. Jesse Davidson and Mrs. Irl Davidson. Kldred Xotes ELDRED Mrs. Al Rabe artd family of Medora; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Evans Lee and family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller, (of Chesterfield. , j Mrs. Robert Keele and daughter, Sue, have been guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee and Mrs. Ray Gibson of Hardin, was struck by a car while standing on a bridge Thursday morning. He suffered contusions and abrasions of both legs, and was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital. Russell Mowen, 2 1 i, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mowen of Jerseyville. was brought to; will be held at •! p.m. Sunday at. examinations and will practice the Methodist Church and will be in Cass City. Mich, given by the following piano stu- While in Detroit Mrs. Han- dents; Elizabeth and Kathy Me-'was a guest of Dr. Harr's par- Clary of McClusky: Paul Kaye ents. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Essex of Alton: Patty Hanks of; Harr. Photo. ner will be leaders of thr lesson children of Glasford are visiting study from the church maga/ine, her parents. Mr. and Mrs \\ll- ••Concern". [«"" '«« and at the James ; Bloomington this Greenfield Notes h( -'' s ' 1omr . * k CRFFNFIKI D — Mr and Mrs Mr - an d Mrs. Ernest Long P usl weeK - WlillanY'Brara who have been have moved from near Carroll r Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sapp of \\.lliam Biagg. «no nave oeen ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ ^ Decatl)r fln(J M ,, and Mrg ^Kent " Dean Bushnell farm. Followell of Dee " 1J "' "~ J u field and relatives In Medora. left Clarence Ligon was dismissed this week and Fridav -for their home in Mandan. Thursday from Pas.savant Hos- services for James ND 'Mrs Rives' nephew Wil-.Pl'al in Jacksonville where he,brother of W. E. Followell of liamI Miller. Mrs.' Miller and their,had been a patient for treat- Chesterfield, who Jed Tueaday. familv have also been visiting ini'"en, and observation smce l Services were held from the the Rives home before leaving for Monday. ___ _ ! Christian Church, Scottvllle, Wed- their home in Santiago. Chile. .,' y „ |R a S( . otch nHme for a , ne ^ ay a f™ 00 "' _..Mr. and Mrs. Graver L. Bauer arfl , ' Rev. and Mrs. Manning Miller and Miss Ann Bauer were dinner ' A „ |and family have returned to their guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ford Hutchison, and Mrs. Wil-[home in Missouri after visiting Hawkins in Belleville Thursday lard Hamilton. Sandra Strang here with h'is parents, Mr. and night. Miss Bauer returned to'will serve as a grand page at the i Mrs. Paul Miller and family. Highland Park Friday after assembly: Judy Hutchison, Mari-j " ~ ~~' spending a week with her par- lyn Jouett and Marlene Ford, Always on the Road? cnts . will be members of the grand; LONDON, Ohio #-Advertise- Mrs. Warren Cook has returned choir: and Carmen deQuevedo js'ment in a newspaper: FOR RENT home from Passavant Hospital, grand representative of Mississip- — One-room house with three-car Jacksonville. pi in Illinois. garage. tills _ _ -t_TT «-*«i i J^aMTA ui rtiiuu, f-any riaiiria ui the Jersey Community Hospital Ros emarv Blasa of Field- at 8 p.m. Wednesday for re- 1 movat of a crayola from his left nostril. Mrs. Clarence Updike Jr. p Heit-'Mrs. James Brannan went to was drying a glass at her home, * Ring . Fieldon Saturday to attend the Wednesday when ,t broke and, 8 ^ y • « ddi of Miss Mari)yn Eagle . her right hand was cut betweenj^ • )Qn daugnter of Mr . and Mrs . Attend Wedding CARROLLTON -- Mr. andi Rhodes, Don- Mrs. Kenneth Brannan, Mr. and ; na Shane. Susan Holmes, Pam Mrs. Max Brannan and Mr. and Jerseyville Priest Father Clancy Mass on His 93rd Birthday Lloyd Fansler left Oils week for Germany to visit his son. Lt. Col. King Fansler and family, 1 who are stationed at Heidelberg. , Fansler made the trip by jet airliner. Sandra Strung, Bonita Hamil-i ton. Carmen deQuevedo, Mari-l lyn Jouett. Judy Hutchinson, Kar-i en Cole, Karen Linn, Sherry Sam-; pie, Beverly Scanlon, and Mar-i lene Ford, will leave Monday to; Mr .and Mrs. Lester B. Gulp,! attend the Grand Assembly Or-! 2612 Kirsrh Ave.. and Mr. and! del ' of Rainbow for Girls in Chi-; They win be a «-° m paniedl To Attend Convention M». p a u. 2^ ALTON COUNCIL No. 460 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS DANCE SATURDAY, JUNE 25 MUSIC BY 9-1 THE ALTON1ANS 50c PERSON FOR MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS JERSEYVILLE - The Rev. Some of the young people ap- Clifford Eagleton of Nutwood, John j clancy . dean of active the middle and ring fingers, and; a small laceration inflicted on , . ~ peanng in this final program are to ane \\cth .. . , , „ member which took place in the Ronald Zabel of Chicago, at the Jersev Commu- ' )U P jls of Janet Cox ' a ^ the was nity sutured, and the patient dismissed. Announce Sermon Theme* derKvmen in this area, marked his 93rd birthday Friday and. as of the 1960 graduating class of^lical church in Fieldon a, - usiml . c , plehrated Mass that morn- the Jeresy Community Hlgh,P : «n. The bnde was a mece of . Rl _ p>ancte xavier". Church School who has been accepted at'M'' s - Kenneth Brannan. the Illinois State Normal Univer- CarroUton Notes , where he has served as pastor i prosperity and growth of lhi> • for the past 4H years. 'section where he has spent son St., will attend the national friendships among all the people c . onvent j On O f United Commerc- of the community as well as in his ia( Trave j ers a , Detroit. They own church associations, during; xv j|j ] eave Monday and will re- his residence here, and has seen turn Thursday night. Mrs. Wai- many changes in the life of the , o| , L Budde will accompany community, taking pride in the lne K ,. oup a s a guest of Mr. and [by Mrs. Claude Linn, Mi's. San- TERSEYVILLE--"Thc Snare sit - v for (he Doming year and will; CARROLLTON - A marriage Kathe| . C | am . v was horn in Ball- ol the Short Cut" will be the continue her studies there in theji imi se was issued June 24 at the hea County Cork i,. e | and , j un e theme of the sermon given by fleld of nlllslc ' office of Ray Bennett, county |24 _ lse? Hr m . 0 i vcd his Pa rly the Rev. Harold Lane at the morning worship service of the Visiting Here clerk, to Richard Lee McCormick JKRSEYVILLF. Miss San-land Miss Tamra Barnes, both of First Baptist Church at 9:30 dra Range of Atlanta, Ga.. ar- White Hall. a.m. Sunday. rived Wednesday to visit at the Mr. and Mrs. Russell Short re- Rev. Lane will be guest speak-i home of her uncle and aunt, turned to their home in Miami, er at the morning worship serv- M,.. an d Mrs. Lindell Walking- Fla., Friday after a visit with education in Ireland, and took his preliminary studies for the priesthood at St. Patrick's College. Carlow, Ireland. He came to the United States in September, 1S89 and completed his theological ice Sunday at the Bethel Bap- ton. She will attend the Grand their aunt, Miss Janie Bowie. | studies at the Seminary of Our fist. Church at 10:45 a.m. In : Assembly of the Order of Rain- : James Skaggs and John Skaggs, the evening at the Jerseyville bow in Chicago where she will jsons of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Skaggs, Baptist Church, his message: receive d ie Grand Cross of are attending summer school at will be "Is It Nothing To You?" Colors, and will return to Jer-ithe University of Illinois. James Quilting will be held Tuesday scyville for an additional visit.] Skaggs was a member of the in the church basement and the she will also visit with friends Mid Week Prayer and Bible a nc i relatives in Medora where Siudy lakes place at 7:30 p.m. she formerly lived. Visit Mrs. JERSEYVILLE faculty of Thomas Jefferson school in Springfield last winter and John Skaggs was a student at the Univ- i ersity. Lady of Angels in Niagara Falls, N. Y.. and St. Viator's College in Kankakee, 111. He was ordained in the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul in Alton on August 15. 1891, and was the second priest to be ordained by the late Bishop James Ryan. D. D., L. V. i Sue Fishback of Springfield Thc> *»«* Qf phj|ade|pma Pa and j spent this week with her grand^^ Jr Q{ Car ,, n : pal . enls , Mr . and Ml , s . Fred K ish- Washington, D was C. for sent to further study at the Cathorlic University and his first assignment as a resident priest was at the Sacred j Heart Church in Dalton City. 111.: in the pastorates of St. ' License Issiieil JERSEYVILLE—A marriage license was issued in the office ot County Clerk Tom Lo<*: okla __ and Kennptn Benner of | ba , k . Thursday to Mrs. Bessie Jean- pittshurgh PH arrivcri tnis Mr . and M rs. Roy Bushnell and Ptte Whitlock ot ootitrey ancl week t . a ,, ei , by )he j)lness O f daughter, Mrs. Robert Butler, and Chestermie Darnels^' Kan._ js a , ^^ ^ ^^ Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily, tient at the Jersey Community j Salem Park and also visited the, ^ Chwch in Riverton be— .Hospital. 'Lincoln memorials in Springfield. ; ' ' ' ' .^.,.,iii« L. V. Drury Sr.. and Mrs.! Mrs. Edith Allen, who ,s on vaca- fore iwmnfi '" JplhCyvlllr . Benner came to Jerseyville ear-! tion from the Nims Jewelry Store, Father Clancy was appointed lier in the week and have been|j s spending two weeks in Trenton, • pastor of St. Francis Xavier's guests at the home of their|N. J., and Ocean Springs. N. J. Church of Jerseyville on Oct. 1, brother-in-law and sister, Dr., M,-. and Mrs. James Scott and 19U allfi has been in Charge of and Mrs. Bryan Caffery. Mrs.! chijdren of Broken Arrow, Okla., th p I )al-ish and parochial school Drury's condition was reported aiTivec j Friday to spend a week ever since as improved Friday. | W j tn Scott's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Despite his many years, Father Mrs. Crivello. 'i Culp «ill attend as a century •writer guest, having written Kcport more than 100 new members The sale of lor the order last year. Crivello United States Savings Bonds IP,will attend as a guest of the Jersey County during May to- council. many years of his life. Bond Sale JERSEVILLE taled $26,320 according to information released this week from the State Director, T. Merle, Paul, of the U.S. Savings Bonds Division. Composer Richard Rodgors, wrote Connecticut the music Yankee." for "A "Oklahoma." and other musical hits, is 59. Broadway The sale of E bonds in the county during May totaled $10.- Minn., where he will begin a, 320 and the sales of H bonds'period O f advanced training in) totaled $16.000. internal medicine at the Mayo To Study At Mayo Clinic !Clinic. JERSEYVILLE Dr. Garret; Dr. Hagen has engaged Dr. Hagen of Hardin. who is a member of the staff of the Jersey Community Hospital, will leave next month for Rochester. John A. Davidson of Saginaw, Mich., lo continue his practice in Hardin. Dr. Davidson is a native of Mississippi. OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY You never had 'em so sweet. Watermelons 59' Eaeh Red Potatoes 10 Lb. Bag Sweet Corn Doz. 39* Gtorgia Peaches 59' luktl BROADWAY &MAIN Drivt-lR Product Morktt East End Improvement Association ANNUAL PICNIC MONDAY, JUNE 27 STARTING AT NOON Owens-Illinois Club Grounds Usual Schedule of Activities MEMBERS ONLY Swimming Party JERSEYVILLE-The Jerseyville Methodist Youth Fellow- R. L. Scott of this city, and with Clancy personally administers the his sister, Mrs. Leslie Stauter in \ affairs of the parish. In addition Assumption. to his outstanding spiritual guid- ship will have a ssvimming par-! Gerald Carmody ol Chicago is lance of his people, Father Clancy ty Sunday afternoon at the Upending a ten-day vacation with has a fine record in the care ol Nichols Park in x Jacksonville.jhis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claii jthc financial work of the church. Everyone will assemble at the j Carmody. 'He has built up a fine group of church and leave by bus at l! — — — —-— p.m. All teachers of the Youth Department and all adult workers with youth in the church are invited to attend. A picnic supper will be enjoyed in the evening and the; group's regular council meet-; ing will be held at that time. The event will close with a vesper service. The name of Nebraska comes from an Indian word meaning "flat water." NOTICE OUR OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FOR VACATION JUNE 27 to JULY 5 Hawkins Optical Service 229 Woat St. Louis Av»., Ecut Alton. Illinois Inventory June 30th PRE-INVENTORY SALE OF ALL MERCHANDISE NOW ON! Sivi up tt /4 Bifori Juni 30 4TH ft PIASA 200 \V. Third S. HO 5-4268 Harry J. Meek BicnarU C Mr wart The Steck-Stewart Agency wa> organized to provide belter service on insurance malifis lor the public. STECK-STEWAIT & CO. Hiuct 19U& J. M (Jack) Oelaoey FREE GIFT FOR SAVING DURING CITIZENS SAVINGS' NEW ACCOUNTS JUBILEE Earn New High Anticipated 5% Yearly on Monthly Installments and Prepaid Savings. Save $100 or More . . . Receive ANCHOR HOCKING FIRE-KING COPPER-TINT OVEN WARE This famous 12-piece Anchorglass Ovenware set Is yours free when you open a PREPAID SHARK ACCOUNT with $100 or more. Practical and beautiful, ovenware !• guaranteed two years against oven breakage. You can add to your account at any ttm* in multiples of $50. Funds will earn at new anticipated rate of 5% per annum, flttt payable June 30. l'J60. Save $10 or More . .. Receive SWIVEL HEAD UTILITY LANTERN Open a new RKCiL'LAR MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS SHAKE ACCOUNT with $10 or more. Your free gift will he tins dandy lantern with strong beam and swing-up red flashfi a useful "Safety Companion'' tor auto or home. Add to savings in multiples of 5()c or $1 each. Earn new anticipated 5% rate, first payable June 30, 1%0. NEW ACCOUNTS JUBIlEi ENDS JUIY 31 ... PUN NOW TO STOP BY SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INSUIED SAFE UP to $10,000 IY FSLIC HANDY FRONT DOOR TELLER'S WINDOW . . . FREE FRONT DOOR PARKING CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 325 Smith Av 9 . CL 4-3I4J fi«t HOURS: f •.m. to 4:10 p.m. Ooily. Fritfey fvMtef tuHJ 7 p.m. J I

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