Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 23, 1960 · Page 3
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Saturday, July 23, 1960
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SATURDAY, JULY 23, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAG&TtfRflB Jersey Churches to Host Guest Ministers Sunday JERSEYVTLLE - At the tnorning worship service at the 8:30 a.m. Worship service In the absence of the pantor Rev. Earl First Baptist Church Sunday the:Dickey of the Methodist Church pastor, the Kev. Harold Lane, and at the second service at will use for his sermon t opic 10:45 a.m. Layman Thomas Linn "The Unpardonable Sin." The will be In charge. at Galilean service takes place Feyerabend Lake at 8 p.m. Quilting will be held Tuesday In the church basement and the Board of Christian Education and BJA committee will meet at 7:30 p.m. The mid week prayer and Bible study takes place at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and the Men's Fellowship Fish Fry will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday at Feyer* bend's Lake. Several of the local churches HARDIN At the First Presbyterian Church the morning worship sermon will be givn by Rev. An drew E. Kurth, D.D., Executive Secretary, the Synod of Illinois. Springfield. The Youth Choir will sing under the direction of David Cope. While the Rev. Alton Loar is on vacation the morning worship service at 10:15 a.m. Sunday at Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church in Jerseyville, will be conducted by the Rev. Louis Huber, former pastor, who is now the director of Fellowship Center in St. Louis. A Congregational meeting will be held immediately following the worship service. Rev. Huber will also be guest preacher Sunday at the 8:45 a. m. worship service at Christ K and R Church in Fieldon of which Rev. Loar is also pastor. To Play Pan* JERSEYVILLE — The Westlake Golf Team will go to Pana More than 100'Sunday to play their sixth match will have guest ministers in their pulpits Sunday. The Rev. Jack Tharp will be in charge of the Calhoun 4-H Clubs Present Annual Show Calhoun Count 4-H Club members participated in the county of the current season. The contest will give the Westlake team achievement show Wednesay atja chance to get over the 500 the school gym, at which time!mark this season, delegates to the Illinois State j Piano Finn Fry Fair were chosen. Mrs. Elninei JERSEYVILLE — The Men's Wendler. home adviser of Madi-i Fe ]| owshjp of tne First Baptist son County served as cloth ing i church of this city have schedul- judgp, and Miss Joan Sampson, f< j a fj sn jpy j o fa, ^pld the eve- Montgomery County home ad-i nim , of Ju | y 28 at Feyerabend's viser, judged the foods demon- j^^p strations and room improvement -p^g exhibits. i wjth recrea tion consisting of Ruth Ann Schudel was selected to! fjshing horse shoes and badmin- Ruth nn Schudel was selected tou on The supper wjn ^^ at 7 p be sent to the fair to be exhibited Hospital Notes ALTON MIMOftlAL MCtltCAL William Lewis, 1105 Beaumont. St. JOSIPH'S MfcflfCAL .Tospphine Grawe, 417 Prospect. Rfllph Monroe, 2717 Viewland. Dennis Rodgers. 530 Ninth". Mrs. Esther Creswick, 3505: Harold Wiegand, EdwardsvfUe. Goronado. Al Buchanan. Hardin. Cletus Sheff, Cottage Hills. John Dunvard, Jerseyville Charles Updike, Jerseyville. Abram Holford, 2438 Arthur. Robert Arnold, East Alton. James Nnrup. Golden Eagle. Mrs. Carol Roe, 2431 Sherwood Cynthia Vollertsen, Godfrey. James Sheets, 1254 Carl. Dock Brown, 2350 Lincoln. Heber Brannon, East Alton. Mrs. Alice Richardson, 2229 Gesche. William Williams, Hartford. Elbert Dlckson, Dorsey. Jesse Bonnell, 2753 GrandView. Mrs. Bessie Freeh, Kane. William Miller, East Alton. Thabus Harvey, East Alton. Mrs. Agnes Walkington, East Alton. John Wieland, Jerseyvllle. Harold Keene, East Alton. Mrs. Lorene Heater, Godfrey. Mrs. Linda Gray, Jerseyyllle. Mrs. Linda I River. Mrs. Eloise Hills. OLD CURFEW BELL Bell from No. 1 Fire Station, removed when building was remodeled. Frank Hauversburk, city mechanic, inspects bell at City Garage. The bell is 26 inches high, 24 inches wide at base and 15 inches wide at the top. The in- scription on it reads: "Cast by J. O. Stuckstede & Bros. Alton Fire Department, Engine Co. No. 1, J. C. Bramhall Chief, J. White-head Chairman F. & W., J. B. Kirwin Forman."—Staff Photo. McCormick, Wood Turner, Cottage stJftnfCAt Clarence Faughn, 21? Hi-Vista. Mrs. Harriett Chew, 720H Washington. Phillip Barcelona, Godfrey. Ralph Fisher. 610 Anderson. Mrs. Sarah Graves, 136 Avaton, East Alton. Carrollton Club Plans Picnic east { ry of Jerseyville. will begin at 5 p.m. m for its excellence of construe-; ton pr-,^ tion, and those who will model serv j n g Melvin Wiseheart, Coin- I Walter Klrchner s cooks, slides of the bo their garments at the fair are Marilyn Devening, Sharon Held hejd in Mav and ^ e Jer8ey and Barbara. Their alternates are Count Fajr Parade win be . „ . u Judy Held. Mary Ellen Ducey.^^ bv Ivan H eiderscheid.! Weanng dresses they havc fa ' v and Janet Sc-hleeper. Other girls • Thm wil , be no admiss ion| hioned wil1 be Kapen G ° urle y- CARROLLTON Homemaker's 4-H rollton will have - The Happy Club of Car- 1 their annual Walled Lake, Mich. The Rev. Percy Clark will go i to Chicago next week to attend 'the MeCormick The/logical I Seminary summer conference for pastors. Achievement program Tuesday evening in the basement of the Methodist Church. The program will consist of a dress revue and two demonstrations in cooking. Girls who will appear in the dress revue Scoutii at Jamboree JERSEYVILLE — Four mem- who were in the group from which ! charge but a {ree wm ottering the delegates were selected were wj)| bf) taken to cover the cosl Ada Mae Herter, Lynda Caj>el-f o { ton, Janet Leeds, Carol Carrno-' dy, Janet Aderton, Joyce Friedel, Sharon Nolte, and Nancy Pohlman. Mary Ellen Ducey was selected to give a food demonstration at the fair, and Janet Schleeper and Jeanette Arnold will attend foods classes at the fair. Martha of Scwt Troop 59 spon . sored by the Methodist Church of Jerseyville are attending the National Jamboree in session at Colorado Springs, Colo., from July 22 to July 28. They are: John Thomas, son of Hillen will be a delegate in Mr ^ Mrs T Frank flower arrangement, and Vickie I Snerril , Freesme yer, son of Mr. Johnson was named to represent \ and Mrs Frank Freesme yer, the county in the public speak- Richard Heininger, son of Mrs. J, ing contest. The only participant; H Houseman and John Sunder- in an agriculture demonstration, land ^ o{ Mr ^ Mrs Lloyd Wednesday was Leonard Fort- Sundprlandi a n of Jerseyville. Judy Pitsch, Donna Smith, Car- Hoiipttal Note* CARROLLTON — The Rev. Dan Vltitoe, pastor of the Baptist Church at Barrow, entered Boyd Memorial Hospital Friday morning for treatment for facial injuries which he received when he lost control of a car and it overturned on Route 67 south of Greenfield. Others admitted to the hospi- Carrollton Rebekahs ToAttend Picnic CARROLLTON — The Rebekah Lodge planned attendance at two picnics at a meeting of the Lodge Thursday evening in the I.O.O.F. hall. The first picnic will be July 31 at the Nichols Park In Jack- .Tnmes Bentley, 330 Degenhardt. Mrs. Elizabeth Bergesch, 81? Main. , Herb Cornell, Edwardsville. William Grain, South Roxana. P. L. Ctistwell, 2003 Sycamore. Daniel Ewing, 1016 Highland. Mrs. Erma Fee, Bethalto. Mrs. Marilyn Feezel, Wood River. Mrs. Clara Kelly, Brighton. Robert Kincade, 3511 Hoover. Robert Kitzmiller. 3311 Badley. Mable Lewis. 1319 Hampton. Mrs. Nora Miller, East Alton. Mrs. Bessie Nolan, 1929 Gross. Miss Linda Plckett, 608 Belle. Mrs. Viola Ramsey, Hartford. Michael Salovich, 3311 Huber. Richard Sherman, Godfrey. Mrs. Naomi Smith, Roxana. Mrs. Eileen Voorhees, Brighton Miss Mary Washington, 910 Market. Mrs. Irene Weber, Edwardsville. VRBANA MVSIC v Gail Judy, 1608 State St., left, and Sydney ftorgt- son, 1800 Washington Ave., who took part in the Ren* ior orchestra program of the Illinois Youth Music project at the university of Illinois that closed today. Also in the picture is Clarence Carlson, of Chicago, a percussion instructor. The two-weeks program Included intensive rehearsals and recreational periods. sonville when Rebekah and members of the .I.O.O.F. Lodges and their families from Illinois and Missouri will meet for a picnic and program. The annual Greene County Rebekah and tal Friday were Miss Sharon I.O.O.F. picnic will be held Aug. Gross of Medora; Mrs. Kathleen i 7 a t the Lions Club park in olyn Butler, Eileen Cory, Darla! Marcnin g and Havclka and Nancy Hamann.i of Kampsville; r.fvincr rt^mnn«rraiinn« u/ni ho! Hyde of Eldred and Mrs. Sadie , Giving demonstrations will be;^ _ u ^ *„„.,;„.. ^^^-.^ to Brighton Aug. 22 to present the Golden Key program under Michael Sibley| Wh ite Hall. Miss Elizabeth I _,_ The group also planned to go schneider. The Ratings The local scouts went to Alton where they joined 33 other boys Ratings given in the clothing (from pi&sa Bird coundl ; judging are as follows: Gulden Eagle Home EC Club, Margie Murphy, Ada Mae Herter, Beverly Weigel, Nancy Lee Herter, and Shirley Murphy, all "A". Westside Belles, Lynda Case!ton, Ruth Ann Schudel, Sylvia Whitworth, "A"; Janet Ufer, "B". three leaders, for the tour. The group will leave Colorado Springs on July 29 for the return trip to St. Louis. They will be brought by bus from St. Louis to Alton. Return From Vacation JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Brussels Home Economics Club,j Mrs Joftn Wa tkins of Alton have Jennifer Hagen, Judy Held, Shar- j returned from a t^, weeks va . on Hfld, Jean Jacobs, Vickie, catjon , rjp ney visited re , a . Jacobs, Janet Schleeper, Mary: tives of ^ e Watkins in Pensaco- Helen Zahrli, Mary Devine, Di-! |a FJa _ ^d also visited in New ane Held and Patty Held, all Orleans, La. Zimmerman was on Ann Hough, Margaret Ballard, Andrea Miner, Sue Shelton and Janet Eldred. Mrs. Richard Hamann and Mrs. Jack Alfeld are leaders of the club and the achievement program is sponsored by t h e Carrollton Home Bureau Unit, of which Mrs. William Hopkins I is chairman. At Jamboree CARROLLTON — Charles Sawyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sawyer of Sidell, is spending this week in Denver, Colo., attending the National Boy Scout Jamboree as an Eagle Scout Sawyer's mother is the former Mary Jane Neal of Carrollton. During the absence of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer and a younger son, Dickie, are visiting Mrs. Sawyer's mother, Mrs. Charles Neal, and with her aunt, Mrs. David Reynolds, in Woodson. Carrollton Note* "A". 'vacation from his duties as man- of Mozier. Entering Thursday were Mrs 1 . Nellie Cannedy and Mrs. Doris Joiner both of Greenfield. Dismissed in the two-day period were Donald Camp of Dixon, Mrs. Marie Harmer of Kampsville; Mrs. Alice Sullivan of Carrollton and Mrs. Lydia Davenport of Kane. Picnic Supper CARROLLTON—Members of the board of directors and their families of the Greene County Health Improvement Association will have a picnic supper and business meeting Monday evening at the Woodbine Country Club at Greenfield. To Entertain Club CARROLLTON — Robert Mehrhoff and David Hindelang will entertain the members of the Alton Skin Diving Club and their families at a fish supper and swimming party Sunday afternoon and evening at Robin Hood Country Club. To Elect Officers CARROLLTON — Members of JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Kenneth Carter, Jerseyville. iMrs. Michael Kelly, Hardin. ' Mrs. Joseph Delp, Fieldon. Kelly Hunter, Jerseyville. Lewis McElrath, Jerseyvtile. Lester Fritz, Jerseyville. Charles Roth, Jerseyville. SURGICAL Lynne Correll. Jerseyville. Larry Laubascher. Dow. Robert Reynolds, Kane. DISMISSALS Donald Hill, Jerseyville. John Nolte, Golden Eagle. Mrs. Herald Roberts, Dow. Guy Beard. Maryville. HI. George Jorden. East Alton. Marshall O'Zee, Moro. Harry Arter, Jerseyville. Carl Meisner, Jerseyville. ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Frances Hanneken, Golden Eagle. Barbara Wingerter, 3529 Omega Mrs. Donna Meisenheimer, S. Roxana. Mrs. Leta Henneberg, Rt. 1, Jerseyville. Mrs. Emma Sousley. Greenfield. DISMISSALS Gaynes Clymer, 312 Church St., Ml for wheat marketing quotas M^Lt'la^Spurgeon, P* * i in 1961 and 39 a S ainst In the Jerseyville Delegate to W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Mrs. Reba Dickerson, Roxana. Mrs. Ruth J. Staten, 510 E. Fourth, Alton. Mrs. Rebecca Byassee, 207 E. Main, East Alton. Linda Campbell, Rt. 1, Bethalto. <"?ary Colley. 306 Park. .Tohn Bozarth. Nashville, Tenn. i Ho memakers of' America as a I Chapter last year. | The five day Conference, plan- Ined and carried out by the teen- lagers themselves, will give chapter delegates opportunity to ex- JTH A r i nf!,/*»l**>M*»/>^ chan S e ldeas ^M FHA'ers from r n /t isuru create other minoig chaptent ^ ^ me for the Conference "Out Plat- JERSEYVILLE - Miss Carol Egelhoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Egelhoff of Rt. 3, Jerseyville. has been chosen by the Jerseyvllle Chapter of Future form—FHA" is planned to help delegates further develop leadership abilities and to find ways of furthering local chapter development. ni Dale M. Wathern, Bethalto. |Camp. Lake Bloomington. Mrs. Sharon Shoemaker, Rockj Shells president of the Jersey- Hill road, East Alton. vjlle chapter FHA and is a Sen- David Turner, Bethalto. r Claud Karnes, Shipman. William Byram, 320 Tower, Dr., East Alton. Leslie Lawrence, S. Roxana. Paul Seehausen, Cottage Hills. rarrollion Vote* for Wheat Quotas ior at the Jersey Community High School. Her special respon- jsibility at the 1960 Conference will include participating in .discussion groups. At least 550 delegates will attend the Conference and another Jerseyville Senior, Miss Jane Jennings, daughter of Mr. and CARROLLTON -With voting i Mrs - James Jennings of Rt. 1. ,„ ,,ve vo,,n s CARROLLTON — The Rev. j the Carrollton Jaycees will have and Mrs. Joseph Ethridge will Patty Hanks, Nancy Durr, Carol i Carmody, Mary Ellen Ducey, lf rom Assn., Mrs. Zimmerman Marilyn Devening, Ellen Ander- her work at son, Barbara Campbell, and EberJin, Cathy Janet Aderton, "A"; Bonnie Schaberg and Vickie Johnson, "B". Jolly Juniors Club, Barbara Fischer, Martha Ann Hillen, Mary Hillen, Jane Klaas, Pamela Peters and Juanita Sievers. "A". Rainbow Girls: Shirley Poppe, Jeanette Arnold, Margaret Schulte, Pat Baltisberger, Anna Schulte, Joyce Friedel, Karen Nolte, Sharon Nolte, Theresa Nolte, Nancy Pohlman, Patricia Held, Bank of Jerseyville, the Mrs. State Wat- Hardin Busy Bees, Janet Leeds, I ager o j (}, e j ersey Savings andj be special representatives from this area at the Town an 6 Country Retreat to he held at Eureka College, from Tuesday through Thursday of next week. The Rev. Ethridge is the pastor of the local Christian Church. Miss Margie Holtswarth returned home Friday from Chi- kins from her duties as the nursing of the Alton Memorial Hospital and Mr. Watkins from his duties with the Smith Funeral Home Announce Birth of Girl JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Roy Youngs are announcing birth of a daughte r on July 20 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 8 pounds and she is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Young and Mr. and Mrs. da Schulte, Patricia Schulte and| James Lyles of j erseyv uie and Jo Ann Weishaar, all "A Belleview Homemakers, Judy Jones, Carol McBride, Patricia Foiles and Nancy McBride, all "A". Kampsville Merry Maids, Pamela Norton, "A". Guys and Dolls: Margaret Kiel, "A"; Daisy Hill and Mary Margaret Eshbach, "B". Food Demonstration Eleven girls participated in the foods demonstrations, and their ratings are as follows: A, Janet Schleeper, Mary Jeanette Arnold, Ellen Ducey, Janet Leeds, Marilyn Devening, Ada Mae Herter and Barbara Fisher; B, Carol McBride, Beverly Weigel, Sylvia Whitworth and Patty Hanks. Ratings in advanced flower arrangement were: A, Barbara Eberlin, Ruth Ann Schudel, Martha Hillen, B, Ada Mae Herter, Pamela Peters and Juanita Sievers. Beginning flower arrangement, A, Patty Hanks, Mary Hillen and Sandra Zimmerman; B, Cathy Miller. Loyd Kinder received an A rating for his exhibit in pic* tures and Marna Johnson received a B rating in dining table covers. The show was climaxed with a dress review and the awarding of state fair honors. The dress review was rfarrated by Mrs. Marietta Nolte, and ribbons were presented by the president of the Tri-County Bankers Association, which had furnished the ribbons. ~^lt Ohloan, General James William Denver, ol Wilmington, C«ve his name to Denver, Colo. is a great granddaughter of Mrs. John Cummings and Mrs. Julia Crane of Jerseyville. Other chil dren in the family are Kimberly 6 and Holly 22 months old. Bella Residence Here JERSEYVILLE — Rev. Harry W. Frazer of Jerseyville has sold his residence property in Johnson Addition to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert P. Turner of Jerseyville. Daughter Born to Couple JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. William Brandt of Jerseyville have given the name Debra Kay to their infant daughter born July 20 at the Jersey Com* munity Hospital. The baby weighed six pounds two ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arter of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brandt of Greenfield and is a great granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Arter of Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Wert Brandt of Greenfield and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hardwick of White Hall. The couple has a son William, aged 3. weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Beem. She was accompanied home by her bother, Gary Holtswarth, and her cousin, Ronnie Beem, who will be weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Froman Holtswarth. Miss Loretta Peters and Miss Patsy Peters of St. Louis are guests this week of their grand, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Johnson, while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Peters, and son and Mrs. Marie Athens of St. Louis visit "in South Dakota. Donald Varble returned home Thursday from Ridgecrest, C., where he had been attending a Baptist Assembly, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sackman of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Vivian Bradshaw of Pontiac arrived Saturday to spend a week with Mrs. Sackman'i sisters, Mrs. Joe Bird, Mrs. L. E. Raper and Mrs. Harry Hoots and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Henry Bertman spending two weeks with her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Klrbach and Mr. and Mrs. George Chynoweth at a picnic supper Tuesday evening at Robin Hood Country Club, which will be followed by a business meeting in which officers will be elected. the supervision of Mrs. Lavern Bell, who is chairman of the committee in charge of the] presentation. CARROLLTON — The four teams of the Carrollton Atom Khoury League, 7-to-9-year-olds, will participate in a double header ball game at the Carrollton city park. Following the games there will be a watermelon feast given by the managers of the teams. The first game will be played by the Colts managed by Don Fiaush and the Wolves managed by John Clark. This game will be at 1 p.m. and will be followed by a game by the Tigers, with Jesse Hires as manager, and the Bears, managed by James Pohlman. Bar Association Dinner CARROLLTON —W. G. Vogt, Jack McDonald, Judge G. K. Hutchens, Judge Clem Smith. L. A. Mehroff, Judge Jack Alfeld and Robert Mehrhoff plan to go to Winchester Wednesday evening to attend the dinner meeting of the Southwestern Bar Association. {County Thursday, farmers voted was de i eg ate from the Jerseyville n ' county there were approximate- Bunker Hill. Mrs. Bernice California. , Mrs. Nona McGlasson, 3103 Clay. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Cushman, 3526 ly 800 persons eligible to vote. Infrared rays were discovered by Sir William Herschel. LET'S HAVE A PARTY! ROLLER SKATE For Information Call HO 5*2528 ICELAND, Inc. 2715 E. Broadway mmt Special rates to church groups, Girl or Boy Scouts, Birthday Parties. 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