Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Jerseyville Club Women Officers of Jersey County Lowlands New* of Area Men and Appoint New Chairmen Je|t9e ? WOM ! Flooded by Heavy Rains Women in ± rtmd Force * * * i 1 • || 1 v v •....,.. nelitinn in Rereen-Hohn JERSEYVILLE - NPW> dppart- spll Warner, social and Miss ment chairmen WPIT announced! Ma r(?a rot DpBmin. publicity. »t n meeting of the pxeculUve Mrs. Lee F. Nail is HIP newlv JERSEYVILLE - Rainfall during Thursday night irt the Jerseyville area added another inch to . man x UUD JERSEYVtLLE — .Newly installed officers of the Jerseyville hrmR thr ihree-day total to more Wo- elected president of the club Women of the Moos* met Thurs- 1han 9 im . hps in mosf Him « of j er . Thursday after- a nd other new officers elected fto>• evening in the Moose Hall for SP y county, for the coming year are Mrs. R.'instructions and practice for vice PTMI- lh .7 ldl1t ''T; If " ext mrr(i " K Hood" . .. will be held July 13 under the Miller, . first Vernon re- Miss Celia Sinclair, program dp "': Mrs. chairman; Mrs. Louis N. Helder. j cording secretary: Mrs. Edgar;g en t s education; Mrs. Robert Long, i Shaw, corresponding secretary. public affairs; Mrs. J .L. McLar- Holdover officers include Mrs. , en, community service, Mrs.;Delbert Short, second vice presi-;{[„„„ Charles Mashburn, Boys' Town:;dent and Mrs. Dan Edwards. Mrs. Wesley Carpunky. transport treasurer. tatlon; Miss Ada Keehner. his- 1 The program for the torian; Mrs. Francis A. Muns-lwas discussed and plans !'" he ! d , il ction of I h College of Re- Creek*, in the county reached ;e for the first time in-a number of years. Residents of Ot- Mrs. P. t). Cheney is senior re- of the organization, of the local Moose Mem- 695 ritual team was in charge of the installation of t h r \VOM year officers held this week with tertnan, parliamentarian. Holdover Department chairmen are; Mrs. Sam Splegelman. fine arts; Mrs. Ray Well, home Auction Aug. 1 to 7. and garden: Mr. Harold Schneid-j It was also voted that the Wo-; er, International affairs; Mrs.'man's Club will be represented made for the club to attend the Municipal Opera in St. Louis see "Madame Butterfly" In were P . ~, .... ' . .,, Francis Tribb e serving as 4 4UM ' •"« conductor and HS installing officer. Ffamm was the installing! chairman. ' ter Creek Township area who came to Jerseyville Friday morning reported that Otter Creek was flooding a lot of lowland acreage. Similar reports were received regarding the Piasa Creek along the southern county border. Phil's Creek east of Jerseyvilie was re'•ported also on a rampage and j flood waters from Macoupin Creek s - i were also inundating wheat fields Plan Tea for Miss Jersey Contestants JERSEYVILLE - The Jersey- vllle Junior Woman's Club will sponsor a tea honoring the contestants of the Miss Jersey County beauty pageant in cooperation with the local Jaycees. The tea will held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Emil Gast on Westlake drive at 4 p.m. Tuesday. Club members will also In addition to the regent, of- Thund ^ omf ,,„„, p ] RntP d acreages in ma-(assist the contestants with their ny districts. i wardrobes during the pageant. petition in Rergen-Hohne. Germany. Sgt, Beach is assigned to Troop B of the 2<\ Armored Cavalry Regiment's 1st Reconnaissance Squadron in Bindblach. He entered the Army in Jann- 'arv 1948 and arrived Overseas. For Weather fturemi Illinois River Stages Read Daily b v Woman at Graf ton » » JERSEYVILLE — The stages of task assumes considerable proper- the river in the (Jrafton area are kepi Hiifl reported daily to the U.S. Wealhrr Bureau in St. Louis by on' this tour of duty, in Fenru- Mrs 1'iiownr D^SherM* who has attended Alton " 1;lfl( r ' M ''- v "-adlng* of the river .stage and reported it for the pas! aty 1958. He High School. tions. Snow must be shoveled from the slab and ice creaked away to obtain the reading. Mrs. DeSherlia keeps a guage in her hack yard to measure the precipitation ind she also meas- • Of*flOll GEORGE MOORE of 1507 Car ; 1-' years. , 1ITS the snowfall and melts cer- i During the summer she takes tain measured amounts to deter: thr river stage reading from a • mine the exact amount of pre- WORDEN — Mrs. .leanettei' or >8 concrete slab that extends icipitation. ; Jones is a patient at St. Jos- f '" om tllr hfink il1to thr rivpr ' Dur " eph's Hospital at Alton. Miss Carol Harris has returned home after a visit with Mr. und Mrs. Floyd Hardyman at Clinton. Iowa. Miss Margaret Oltinan of Brighton is visiting with Mr. ftiri Mrs. Frank Va/./i. ing high water when the river! Honey - blonde, green-ejed riscs abovr % '•°'"'' ptf ' slab -' '' : Miss Aletta van Zyl of Wind- is np(lpss « r . v 'or Mrs. DeSherlia to ho(?k 2 , and 35.23-36, was choS- obtain her readings from the Grafton Boat Works from the east end of the main building there. During winter when ice and snow are to be reckoned with the Read Telegraph Want Adi Daily en Miss South-West Africa and will be a finalist for "Miss Union" of South Africa. sweeping over 'Details for the event were con- ter St John Flautt, membership; Mrs. I In the Merchants Parade at the i( ' prs spated "' prt>: Mrs l^verne; j p ,. SPV Countv through much O p clude * at a me eting held at the U.S. Navy ( Bert Feyerabend and Mrs. Rus-!Jersey County Fair Thursday. VVock - * rHduntp regent.; Mrs. 7^,^ night had very little |homc of the club P resident - Ml ' s Srhw)l in NVw ••'•-• •- --- No'™" Winters, junior regent;, . . ' •*.,,_ ..„ ' , i Richard Allen, this week. completion of W. Third Hi. HO Harry .1. Steck Richard C. Stewart STICK-STEWART & CO. Since 1908 J. M. (Jack) Delanpy The Steck-Stewart Agency was organized to provide better .service on insurance matters for the public. has been selected for the Mrs. Verna Scoggins visited' Officer Candidate with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bird 1 Newport. R. I. After at Stauntnn Tuesday. . ii\iv.naiu mien, mis «t.-crv. i wm|;it-ii<jii of four months of Mrs. Leonard Pieper spent j Mrs. Arnold Crotchett. chaplain: ' U a( - rom P Hn - vin «* Inpm - ' The ' executive board for the training George will be commis- Tuesday with Mrs. Hilda Brak- Mrs. Robert Young, treasurer; Reports regarding 'the wheat 'coming y ear consists of the pres- sioned a Ensign U.S. Navy Re- hane at Rosewood Heights. Mrs. Hugh Roberts recorder; 'harvest situation Friday morning; ident firsl and secon{ j V j ce pres . . SPm .. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry George Mrs. Herschol Russell, guide: WPI ' ( ' thr » 10sf discouraging since i jdents. corresponding secretary. H. P. Moore of 1507 Carter St.. and children. Karen. Kalhy and Mrs. Leo Shortal. assistant guide: mp DHri weather started in the j recor ding secretary and treasur- George is a graduate of South- Killie of Layton. Utah, have re- Mrs. Leal Cason. argus; Mrs. area. Many farmers reported their , er ( ern Illnois University at Carbon- turned home after a visit with Charles Powell, sentinel; and wheat fields were first flattened Department chairmen chosen dale, participated in track and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Welch. Mrs. Lloyd Adams, pianist. by the winds and rainfall of TUPS- ^ 0 comprise the remainder of the cross countr> while ai the uni-. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lewis Miss Linda Jo Crawford sang (la . v «nd Wednesday nights and the;board are as follows: Mrs. Bert versity. He is an active mem- and son. James, of Joliet. have, special selections for the grad- ildditional heavv rains of Thursday Heindereich, American Home: her ot the DeMolay. uate regent senior regent and ;and Thursda . v n 'K nt '" thp area i Mrs. Cledus Sanders, education: chaplain, accompanied by Miss havp lpft lal ' RP atTpa S PS standing;Mrs. Harold Wagenblast. fine Jackie Ringhausen. Mrs.' Wock''" water arls: Miss J«-'"»<'tte Seai'^ and received her graduate regent Corn is in need of cultivation as Miss Josephine Gibbons, mus- pin and was also presented a gift the excess moisture has stimulated ic. from her officers and escorts, the growth of crabgrass as well Chosen as chairman of other Mrs. Cheney received a bouquet as weeds in fields which were on committees who will also be of red roses from her husband, l.v recently planted. P 3 ' 1 of 'he board are: Mrs. Purchase Residence Kec-elve Treatment Kl ' ed Scnneide ^ hospitality: Mrs JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and JERSEYVILLE — Rfne Bray, Mrs Francis Worthey have pur- '^-year-old, d a u E h t e r of Mr. chased the residence of Mr. and and Mrs. John Bray, closed Mrs. Harry Horwifz on Hi-View the door of their trailer on the Rodger Egnlhoff. social; Mrs. S. Peter Parsell Jr., hostess; Mrs. .Robert Crotchett. reservations;' Alfred Beiermann. press: drive and will make their home thumb of her right hand Tues- !* nd Publicity; there. They has-e been residing. day evening. She was treated at ^ ara SchIe P er ' in an apartment at the home of the Jersey Community Hospital. Miss book: Bar- Mrs. Donald Ualsh ' g reelln * cards: . Mrs. A. M. Wiles on North State Gary Short. 14, son of Mr. and Mrs ' James White - P al ' li;tme »- strp(1 ' Mrs. lx)Uis Short of Jerseyville. Vlsll in Southern Illinois was cutting corn with a knife JKRSKYVILLE - M,-. and when the blade struck his right tanan ' To Broad<>a '* 1 JERSEYVILLE - "Playins leturned home after a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dubree. Lawrence Richardson of Bonne Terre. Mo., have returned home after a few days visit wi'n Mr. and Mrs. William Litton. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gohn ol Ciirard were guests Tuesday ol Mrs. Dora Honerkamp. Our Sincere Thanks! To the many people who visited our drive-in thuriday, June 30th: Our Sincere Apology! for the waiting which y6u so kindly endured. Due to the recent storm we found ourselves overwhelmed with bus f ness and were unprep'Hred for it. We have always prided ourselves on our efficient service, and are deeply sorry for vour inconvenience. (iOUFKKV KD. — MII.TOX RD. — C'KXTRAL AVE. Mrs. Proctor Langlcy and foot inflicting a laceration. He th( ' Galler . v " will be thp .subject; grandson. Jim Spears, left this was treated at the Jersey Com- of thp addrpss to be S iven at llll '| morning for Olney. to remain munity Hospital and released. niorning worship service Sunday! W]L j j XM H \\iJ-S over the holiday weekend with - .'....._ , by the Rev. Harold E Lane pas- son of ^ r and Wl . s ' Lps ^ ... the couple's son-in-law and Edam is a round mild cheese 1 tor of ^ Flrst Baptist Church | Ames j,. of 1423 Slan | ev Ave daughter. Mr. and Mi's. Kenneth named for a town in north Hoi- The service will be broadcast over | Cotlage Hi] , s is ~ in tl . aining ' a j 17.' W. Gower and family. land. Due to Fourth of July Holiday — We Will Be OPEN TUESDAY NITE UNTIL 9 P. NEXT WEEK FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE the Jerseyville radio station. Com- imunion meditation will be held at 1 1 30 o'clock in the evening. Sunday i Church School will take place at ! 10:30 a.m. as usual. 1 The Scout meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday when plans fori i camp will be completed. Trustees i of the church meet at 7:30 p.m.i ! Tuesday and the board of the Mis-; sion Society meets at the same i hour. There will be an all day | quilting in the church basement • j Tuesday. The mid-week prayer and Bible; study will be held at 7:30 p.m.! Wednesday. | Guests of Mrs. Hildred JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Jerome Hildred returned to her home in Jerseyville Thursday from Alton where she had spent two days witii her cousin, Mrs. Peachy Miller. Recent guests of Mrs. Hildred in Jerseyville'were her sister, Mrs. Jessie Wawne and daughter. Gertrude, of Bunker Hill. The Bunker Hill people also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Levis Cunningham near; Jerseyville. Mrs Hildred entertained at dinner Wednesday and Lackland AFB. Texas. He was graduated this year from Civic Memorial High School. HEY KIDS Let Dad help you earn yourself a fishin' pole! FREE/ Size Reel Savers T. SGT. PAUL M. YOUNG. WHO HAS BEEN AT THE Alton recruiting office of the United States Air Force, has been 'transferred to Otis AFB. Mass. I He will be assigned duty as an MAKE IT A FAMILY NIGHT! A. & P. Feed Stores 411 FREE PARKING METERS ,, litdtrmcm Furniture 102-204 Pia»a Gotely's 208 W. 3rd W. T. Grant Ce. 200 W. 3rd J. ft R. Ante Storei Spiegel Catalog Detk 400 Belle L ft I Furniture 4tb and Flaw St. Schaeffer's 108 \V. 3rd Sears Roebuck Co. 305-38 Piata Slack Furniture to W. 3rd Thrifty Drug 318 Belle Thrift Hardware 500 Belle Vick's Shoes 114 W. 3rtl I IguesLs in addition lo her visitors, ... 1U ..e.u .. ... ., ... air police supervisor in the Jbth were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuln| und Mrs. Daisy Fryman oi Jer-' seyville. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bell of Collage Hills were also guests a t the Hildred home. Return From Texas JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Munsterman AD Missile Squadron. During his three years in Alston. Sgt. Young enlisted over 230 'men and women into the AF. Sgt. young ( . onduutcf| hjs o£fjw jn a [la|)ahli , and into , |iKOn , niannei . d l>slal) | ishod lor hjs , jrunch of , h(> sp ,. vi( , ( , a f| . ipndlv and , Young's Dry Goads 104-100 W. 3rd businpsrt ., lkl . He ..elM.ionshi, with had S0) . vwl o( jn returned Tuesday evening from ^ ^^ Garland, Tex., where they spent hjs 17 ' ypars dutv ovorseas . several days, with their son and !Newfoundland and (>miany daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. : The Young f||mi , indu(ling Dwight Munsterman and family. | the sergeant , his wife Klj/ . abet h, They made the acquaintance ofj a former Eng|ish subject and | their grandson, Anthony Wayne|, hpil . twn ,. MM .. m Shpl .,. ip •..,„„, two children, Sherrie Lynni Anna MH| . je ,,, ft Tllesday n t. — Airman Doug las Hake of the United States Nav> completed a 15 day leave visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Uheii Munsterman who was bom anc j March 23. , 0 vjsjt jn \j issou ,.j wil |, ,. P latives and friends prior to their moving to the East. Succeeding Syt. ^^)Ul)^ is S. Sgt. Dwayne E. Donelson. a former resident of Harrisburg. Douglas Hake of Elsah and left An assistant so Sgt. Donelson is Thursday to report at San Fran- expected lo be named within the Cisco. Calif., en route tp an as- nex | f ew weeks. Mgnment in Japan. ] n assuming his new duties His brother, Kent B. Hake, hasiggt. Donelson announced that enlisted in the Navy and left June there would be a new stepped-up 27 for Great Lakes Naval Train-,enlistment program. Men be- ^ our Rod and Reel tree, dad or mom must either open a Pay 'N Save lot you. or a 525 new savings account or add 525 to your present savings account. HERE'S ALL YOU DO ing Center to begin basic training. Gausmann Renamed On Jury Commission tween 17 and 27 are being sought Myers lr«, Ird and Pisu for highly classified training. The aerospace age is making greater demands on more and more technically qualified men. who will have opportunities lu EDWARDSVILLE -Allison vJ 1 ' 0 " 1 ' 111 "' lo lfiarn and advaiUH^ Gansmann, St. Jacob, was re-^ ln thelr lu?ld ' and kep P abreast appointed Friday to a neu j 01 ""' new ''e-search and develop- three-year term as Republican(ments. he said. member of the Madison Count v' The ^ °' |K ' (1 Jury Commission. The appointment was concurred in by a majority of judges ol courts of record of the county Circuit Judges Harold R. Clark, Joseph J. Barr ami James 0. Monroe Jr., and Coun- jty Judge Michael Kinney. The other two members of the commission, both Democrat*, are Emmet P. Howard of Wood River, and Harold Hillmer. ^•J^fl^L Greenfield that weighed'School. hoim> alter The A>' office is al 101-10:i E. Broadway, second floor. PFC LARRY K. COSTELLO. 19, whose wilV, Ruth lives at 1127 S. Rocli Ave., New Orleans, La., recently was assigned to the 48th Transportation Group Tell Mom and Dad you'll like to become a member of our "HUCK FINN" Saven Club. Ask one of them to visit the bank with you. You'll see the free, regula- tion-siie rod and reel "big as life" right in our lobby. It's just like Dad uses. The extra-light glass rod has chromium guides and comes with smooth • action reel that's built for years of fishing fun. Both the rod and reel can be yours . . . Just have Mom or Dad open a Pay 'N Save account for you or a $25 savings account or add $25 to your present savings account. trailer driver in the group he entered the Army in March 1D58. : Costellu, son oi Mr. and .Mrs. Raymond P. Costello, 1212 S. Prairie St., Greenfield, attended Community H i i' h barracouda pound, four , cap ure was caught Portuguese East Africa, by H. 1. H. Slabberi and may be a record for those waters. SPECIAL FOR DAPS As a special offer to all Dads, we are giving away FREE, a floating fish knife. Stainless steel, razor sharp blade (won't rust), fish staler backs, bottle opener, and a self-containing sheath. The handle and sheath are polished, imported wood ... 10" over-all, and they FLOAT. Every Dad open. ing a Pay 'N Save account for hit fishing trip, vacation, or any other purpose, or a $25 new savings account or adding $25 to a present savings account, will receive one of these knives absolutely free. S(iT. 1C THK01XWE W. BEACH, sun of Mr. and Mrs Clifton L. Beach Sr.. 3024 Alby St.. qualified us an expert tank gunner during the recent Sev- Telegruph Want Ads "CLICK" 'enth Army tank gunnery com-, Alton Banking & Trust Co. 420 Io*t Iroodwoy, Alton, lUlioU ML.MBER KKUtHAl. UiHOMI INSURANCE COHFOKAHON I t

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