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MONDAY, JUNE 2?, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Two Jersey High Girls Awarded Scholarships By Dtok Tuner JERSEYVILLE — Information has been received by 0. A. Wilson, county niperintemfent of schools, frflm the University of Illinois that scholarships have been awarded to two girts of the 1960 graduating class of the Jersey Community High School. They are: Ann C. Scholl, daughter of Mrs. Odin Scholl of this city and the late Mr. Scholl. and Sharon P. Flowers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Flowers of Grafton. The scholarships had been awarded to Paul Fleming Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fleming Sr., and John Bloomer, son of Mrs. John Bloomer and the late Mr. Bloomer, but both declined the awards. Bloomer had previously received an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy ai Annapolis where he will report July 5. Fleming has enrolled at Marquette University in Milwaukee, to major in engineering. Examinations for scholarships were taken by the students the latter part of March. Received Degree JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Belva Wedding Grain of South Bend. Ind., daughter of Mrs. C. E. Wedding of Jerseyville and a former resident here, received he bachelor of science degree in education from Bethel College in Mishawaka, Ind. BRANDENDERGER Buys: • Old Gold • Diamond* • Dental Gold • Jewelry • Antiques 215 P1A8A ST. ALTON Wednesday. She has been teaching In Harrison School in South Bend the past five years and has a contract for next year there. Mrs. Wedding and her daughter, Mrs. Dean Wade and children, returned to Jerseyville Saturday from South Bend where they visited for a week at the Crain home and attended the commencement. Dragon files JERSEYVILLE—An unusual aftermath of the severe thunderstorms which swept Jersey County Thursday and Friday was the appearance of thousands of half-grown dragon files. Business offices in the city found many of the dragon flies fluttering, against screens or inside the offices Friday. It is believed the insects may have been carried into the area from their regular habitats in the vicinity of ponds and streams by the storms which dipped down in adjacent areas. Announce Birth of Son JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. James Russell of Piasa have chosen the name Steven Lee, for their infant son, their first child, born at 9:36 p.m. Wednesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds and 14 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stevens of Piasa and Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Russell of Jerseyville and is a great grandson of Mrs. Jane Stevens of Piasa, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Foster and Mr. and Mrs. George Russell Sr., of Jerseyville. Mrs. Russell before her marriage was Miss Mary Stevens. 727 Jerseyans Receive State Aid During April JERSEYVILLE — Seven hundred and twenty s»ven Jersey County residents were beneficiaries under the program administer ed during April by the Illinois Public Aid Commission. The group received a total of $35,464.36 for the month. Of the total assisted. 280 were on old age assistance and recelv ed a total of 119.176. The ntd to dependent children benefited 246 persons with Of $8,839. "Junior ate his cereal, Mom! I had Brutus show him how!" Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Wheat Will Be Ready ^ 'Old Time Threshing Bee' Assured at Jersey Fair JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey (announcing this event as It was County Fair officials have completed arrangement for an "Old Fashioned Threshing Bee" at the Jersey County Fair, something that no other fair in this area has ever tried. The Association has delayed in Summer Clearance! All Summer Dresses •Slim Jims •Blouses NOW 30% OFF! SUMMER JEWELRY 40% OFF! SPECIAL GROUP SUMMER APPAREL 50% OFF! CROP-TOP BLOUSES 20% OFF! ONLY A FEW LEFT HATS OFF! Now 40% Complete Clothing Stocks for PRE-TEENS 30% to 40% OFF: SPECIAL, GROUP OF SKIRTS Values $4 to $7.00 PaMcia* foe A A 2022 Central Ave. (on the circle) Phone HO 2-6312 feared this feature would have to be canceled as it was difficult to locate wheat that would be ready to thresh by fair week. Charles Humiston is bringing in ! his steam engine and separator and trucks have been secured to bring his wheat crop in and thresh it the "old fashioned" way. Some of the old timers have already contacted the fair officials asking if they would be allowed to "pitch a few bundles into the separator?" They have been told to just bring their pitchfork and come in and "See how good you are". As many people as possible will be accommodated and will get to pitch a few bundles into the separator. The first threshing event will be held on July 9 starting at 12:30 p.m.; and the second event takes place on July 10 at 1 p.m. After paying gate admission to the grounds there will be no further charge to see this feature. Visits Mother on Birthday JERSEYVILLE — John Sun- j derland of Springfield came to Jerseyville Friday afternoon to visit his mother, Mrs. Gussie \ Sunderland. The latter observed her birthday anniversary Friday. The "Great PJague" caused 68.596 deaths in London in 1665. a total expenditure other three programs administered by the same source expended the following amounts: blind assistance, 10 persons, $807; disability assistance, 35 persons, $2,490 and general assistance, ISO persons, $3,332.36. Attend Mtisto Camp JERSEYVILLE— Three from the Jerseyville area have been attending the Egyptian jMusIc Camp the past week, .They are Misses Nancy Cope, |Janette Lyons and Robert iKrause. Miss Cope attended camp under the sponsorship of the Jerseyville Rotary Club. The organization named has been sponsoring a recommended pupil in music for the summer course at the camp each .season. Parents of • Son JERSEYVILLE — A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cravens of Jerseyville at the Jersey Community Hospital at 4:24 p.m. Thursday. They have named the baby Thomas Russell and he weighed 9 pounds l'/i ounces. He is a grandson of Lawrence Thorton of Gillespie and is a great grandson of Mrs. Melissa Thornton of Palmyra and Lewis Alexander of Smithboro. Other children in the family are Harriet Elaine 13 and Marsha 6. MltM Harding Returns NEW YORK IP—Ann Harding returns to the Broadway stage in October in the leading role of Bill Hoffman's new drama, "Two Queens of Love and Beauty." It is a story with an all-female cast, about two beautiful women whoj rebel against the world's violence. This will mark Miss Harding's first appearance on Broadway since she played a lead in 'Goodbye, My Fancy" In 1949. Kane KANE ~ Peter. Paul, Susan and Jean Wehrly, Barbara Varble. Rebecca Praugh, Linda Mourning, and Mrs. Bessie Pinkerton, all of Kane, participated in a recital Friday night at the .Terseyville Methodist Church sponsored by Mrs. Ted Ring- hnusen. Mr. and Mm. Joe Turner have purchased the home of Mr. and Mr*. AJva Harrison and will move from the country home of MM. W. P. Witt. The Harrisons have moved to Bethalto. Mm. William Boirahka and children of Minneapolis, Minn., are visiting he*r parents, Mr. NAMft IftW RICHMOND, Vt. If) - A ton* time department store executive, Martin £. Brateher, fa the new general manager of the publications division el the Southern Presbyterians' Board of Christian Education. In the new port, he will supervise the annual production and distribution of more than 24 million pieces of literature. He succeeds the late Cameron 0. Deans. and Mrs. Lee Shanks. Sherry Allen. Alexis Williams, Bessie Marshall and Donna Thomansaon spent the' past week at Lebanon at Methodist youth institute. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wttwer and family left Friday for their home in Oary, Ind., aftw.ipend- tag the past week' with Mr. and Mrs. Byron Erwin. Miss Judy Cory returned home Friday from St. Louis after spending the past week with her unele, Robert dry. U 3 Id 5 Ul Karpet-Kari than 3-STEP ONE-DAY CARPET CLEANING PHONE •ho^eereot'T 11 ' HO 5-8141 brighten* eoter FOR FREE ESTIMATE SUPERIOR CARPET CLEANERS 1636 MAIN ST. UPPER ALTON HO 6-8141 ALTON PLAZA • WILSHIKI NORTH ALTON SHOPPING We Reserve the Light to Limit Quantities. vee sifwe y MVfHO »oo National's MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Values! Prices Good Through Wednesday, June 29th. 1862 E. Broadway, Alton, 111.; 310 Do I mar, North Alton, HI.; 337 E. Ferguson, Wood River, III. . *• THERE'S NOTHING LIKE ooi... years too SOM" "Why?" 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