Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1960 · Page 12
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July 18, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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PAGf TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JULY 18, 1960 £tt*t One-Room School In Jersey County Sold — Clayton 9ctoof toon« was sold at public Auction Saturday to C. H. Grabbe of .lerseyvllle. School wns the last of the Contest sponsored by the Great j Falls Newspaper Guild. Howell is a son of Mr. and! Mrs. Elmer Howell of Jersey-! ville. Greene County Wheat Vote To Be July 21 CARROLLTON—Greene coun- minimum national average of 75 BOP and children of Godfrey and Mrs. Low Rhodes at Carrolltoti CARROLLTON - Funeral 1st, wtth Mrs. Lawrence fhlen playing the organ accompwri- ment. Pallbearers all nephews. per cent of parity. This would |Lt. Richard Boe of Rolla, Mo. be approximately the same sup-j Miss Ruth Schroeder returned port as is on this year. Farmers jt 0 her work at The Principle who exceed the larger of the, Col) mp , ast rf fhp wpek flf . farm al otmenl or la acres \vi , „ , ... . i services for Mrs. Lou Brannan. „ ..,_._ * « tei spending a vacation with herL,. . ., , , _.. . .were Howard Portwood, George (Rhodes, wife oi Ivan Rhodes of| Brannan Jr . Ronnic Ruvle , Bll , .. . ; M _ , 4 . ....„ lOchopee. Fla.. were conducted |Ruyle, Leon Ruyle and K. B. parity on (heir excess acreage. ; Hospital ^ote* • J ' J If the quotas are not approved CARROLLTON — Mrs. Finnaft, pastor of Eldrto Baftist Church. Wffiiam Alfeld was iolo- "A meal without wine Is a day) Thr ppntstettron is « without sunshine." Is an French axiom. old I American plant with purple, Mae, iroso. white a'nrt scarlet flowers. penally of 45 per cent of wheat j mother, Mrs. Dora Schroeder. Lydia Friday at 2 p.m. at Mehl Fu-jKlng. Burial was in Eldred cem-. schoolhouses in Jersey cotinty. Known as the "Little Reel Brick," the structure was one of the hKv school houses of brick stnictton in the now nearly-forgotten decades. Some former pupils estimated the building is 100 years old. Among the former pupils who went to the sale at the school grounds near the southern city limits of Jerseyville was Allen Sunderland who observed his ninetieth birthday last Dec. 3. Sunderland recalled that lie began study- Ing at the sclrool when he was seven. He completed the eight grades there and went to the old Jerseyville High School or "Town School" as it was often called.' Sunderland recalled that his last teacher was the late E. B. Shafer. The latter subsequently taught for many years in the old Jerseyville High School. Miss Harriet Irwin, who taught for many years in the local Elementary School also began her teaching career at the school. The building stands on Route 67-A and its graduates who are still living number in the hundreds. Prior to its closing in 1956 under the new consolidated school program in the county, the school had been taught for 25 years by Miss Josephine Tuetkin of Jerseyville. Recently. Miss Tuetkin was honored for having been in the teaching profession for 47 years. Since the school closed, the building has been utilized as a storage depot for Community Unit 100. Jersey and Greene counties. Texas Visitors JERSEYVILLE — Paul J. Holmes of Garland, Tex., arrived Saturday to join Mrs. Holmes and their children, who have been visiting in this vicinity the past two weeks, to accompany them back to Texas. Mrs. Holmes' daughters, Mary Kay and Sandra, and son. Gordon, have been guests at the Haiies home in Jerseyville and visited Mrs. Holmes' mother, Mrs. C. M. Hanes, who is a patient in St. Anthony's Hospital in Alton. Another son, Paul, has been the guest of relatives in Witt. The family will visit until Wednesday with Holmes' relatives in Witt and Bethalto before returning to Garland. Democrats Plan Picnic JERSEYVILLE — The Democratic organization of Jersey County is planning for its annual pjcniC Aug. 1 at the American Legion Home in Jenseyville. . Jerseyvtlle Notes JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Elnora Meek and daughter, Mrs. Robert Hartshorn, and the latter's three sons, went to White Hall Sunday to attend the Swallow reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Tony dementi, daughter, Lucy, and son, Steve, have returned to their home in Milwaukee, Wis., following a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Kirchner and family in Northmoor Addition. Mrs. Kirchner and Mrs. dementi are cousins and their husbands served together in the army from 1942 to 1945. To Attend Opera JERSEYVILLE — Jerseyville Woman's Club is making plans for its annual trip to the Municipal Opera Aug. 2. Members of the club may take guests. The Brown Motor Lines , will furnish the transportation and will leave the courthouse in Jerseyville at 6:30 p.m. Sixty-five tickets have been reserved in the $2 section just off the center. If all are sold a reduced rate will be given the dub and the cost of tickets, and transportation has been figured! on the reduced basis. The tickets will be on sale at, the Nifty Gift Shop, ,122 West; Pearl St. in Jerseyville. All tick-; ets must be picked up and paidj for by July 23. Mrs. Jane Carpunky is transportation chairman. Prize-tt'fambig Feature JERSEYVILLE — A feature story written b> Bill Ho well, journalism student at Montana! State University in Mtesoula, j Mont., hat, won for him recog-j nition in the annual Robert 1 Struckman Memorial Award ily wheat farmers will vote July;July 21. there will be no market-'Davenport of Kanr was admitted - __ '21 in the National Wheat Market-'ing quoins or penalties. Persons io Boyd Memorial Hospital Satur- The Herbarium of the Smith-ing Quota Referendum. If at planting within their allot-day as a medical patient. sonian Institute sometimes assists the FBI in crime detection. It identifies and gives j prove quotas for the 1961 crop probable origin of seeds, leaves!the 1961 program will include least two thirds of the growers iments could receive price support j Dismissed from the hospital who vote in the referendum ap-|a» ."iO PPI cent of parity. 'was Mrs. Willie Vnnatisdall and rnmrllton Notes ; daughter of Fieldon, Max Smith , .--„-- -—; CARROLLTON — Weekend;of Carrollton, Archie Simpson. and twigs found in clothing of;acreage allotments, marketing!guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. InMMosier and Ixniis Davenport of crime suspects. iqttofa and price supports at a'us were Mr. and Mrs. William Kane. neral Home by the Rev. John Bxpett WATCH Repairs/ HARRINOTON JfcWl5l.lt* Is Am, GMtAMiin etery. 36 TEARS AS AGENT Madison Ount.v Mutual AUTO INSURANCE 00. 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