Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 4
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July 28, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

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PAGE rotm ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUU 28,1980 GreenC'Jersey Feeders To Tour Southern Ranches CARROLLTON - Thr Agricul- turr Extension Councils of Greene and .TiTsry counties have joined forces to sponsor n cattle tour of Plan Family Plcnlr i Tmnessor and Mississippi and .TEftSFvviLLF — TUP st«i-f p |. II1!e navr hopn madr to i pavp man Camp Rnynl Noi.ehhors willicarrolllon thr morninc of Aug. 7 hold their Anm:nl Picnic on Aug. fn| . Springfield, fenn.. \vhei-e the «f at fi:3 Mrs UK C'nmp and their and servinu will begin p.m. Imogrno Houseman was Shipman Bureau Officers Named SHIPMAN— Mrs. Glpn Travors has hpen elected chairman of t Shipman Home Bureau and with other now officers will assume of- Taggsrt. Other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jaynes. Mr. and Mrs. Kennrlh Arrhpr, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schocneman and Billy. Mr. and Mrs Milo Dugan and Dennis, and Olio Meyers. Shlptnan Noto* SHIPMAN — Mrs. Mary Hardin of Gary. Ind.. is visiting Mrs. Hut-din and Chester Bunt. ?!i at thrir n^xt meeting to lake ,^. (mp w . jn Rppnd , hp nJRht plnrr at Ihr homo ol Mr. mid T))(i )(mr wjl , s|(i|i| V|u „ whpn Mr. Fiann- AnjH on Short )hr ]jvrs|0( , k rxtonsjon sppc . ia i is , from Ihr I'nivrrsity of Tennessee will conduct thr lour at thr various rnnrhos in Ihr area mul an o\-ernight stop will br nt Cmiden. Thr tour will continur through; tj j Aucusl hnstrs* In members of the group A g wj , h an Ovprnigh , stav jn mrrtlng ' AUR " Rl ' at her home at their meeting last: Mempnis Thp Mississi p pi toui'will: Npw n «"* MfT work Bingo was played and: s , art g , Hprnando and an all njgh i prices were won by Mrs. Maej slay wj || ^ ma ^ c ^th at j ac .k SO n Nelson. Mrs. Margaret Madden, !anH Wpg| Poin , 01 , Tupe , 0i Mjss fice in Octobrr. j Mr niid Mrs ("Imrlrs Dnugherty Other now officers will hr: Miss j of Clint hum. N..J.. air visiting his Bortha Shultz, vice chairman; parrnls, Mr. ami Mrs. Lumaii Mrs. Calvin Davis, sec-.-rlarv and! Daughorty. Admiral HopwoorJ Get* Military Award MANILA (API-Admiral Herbert G. Hopwood. commander (A the U.S. Pacific Fleet, today was awarded the Philippines' highest military award, the Legion oi Honor. treasurer. Appointive oflicr-rs will h< named by Mrs. Travers. On Thursday. Aue. 11. mcmbrrs will s*o to thr "(iarrlrns" al Lilch- firld for H lunchpon and \\ill tour Ihr "Housr of Sunshine" in Mini There \\-jll be no formal Mr. and Mis Kliwr Broitwiset j and family air on M vncHtioning ] trip in Ihr northern slates. ; Hubert Shuli/ is spending two I weeks ;tt Ciinip Mrl'ny. \Vis. Mr. mid Mrs. KhntT Young ol Wood Ri\'rr visited friends in Ship nuiii Tuesdiiy. Ajmericas and Mrs. | The tour in Mississippi will be i conducted by the extension service Mrs. Francis Hillig Ilerschel Russell. The hostess was assisted Berving by Miss Ida Houseman. ! and vvi n dose after a Announrr Birth of Son 'ranches on Aug. 11. SHIPMAN ert Drahl a daughter. Mr. and Mrs Rob-1 K;,|U Asleep EalillU, (!liokr,« to Death Ann. born Sunday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. They have two sons. CORAL GABLES. Fla. (AP)An office worker choked to death, ! apparently when » dosr of sleeping pills took effect while he was rating. .lamipson H. Pereira. 2(i, was! found slumped on Ihe floor near 8:40 p.m. July 26 at the Jersey 1 be taken on a first-come first- SHIPMAN— Mrs. Otto Meyers;his bed. A half-eaten menl was Community Hospital. served basis until Aim. j. Trans- uas honored with a surprise birth- on the | H |,| P . The medical exam-i The baby wejghed 8 pounds. |, 0 rtation will br by automobile. / |H .V purly Tuesday night at t h ejiners office said Pereim apparent-, three ounces. He is a grandson A meeting for those going on nom( ' ° r Mr - anr1 Mrs. Mitchell ly look thr pills before eating, j of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lamb tnr ( our w jll he held Aug. ."i al 8 and Mr. and Mrs. John \Vock of p m j n the offices of the Greene of the Mississippi State University Mrs - Drahl is ' np formpr Miss visit toK*' ena B UII( - Mr. and Mrs. Chester ! Bunt are the grandparents and JERSEYVILLE - Mr! and Reservations"must be made for- Mrs - Anna Hardin is the main-mil Mrs. Jack Work of Jerseyville '• this tour in either Greene or Jer-! Rreat-grandmother. are the parents of a son born atjsey counties and reservations will Birthday Party greatest C7 . .^t Jerseyville and is a great grandson of Mrs. Mae Wock of Casey, 111. Other children in the family are Michael 10. Robert 0, Susan 6, David 4 and Rosemary 2. County Service Co. when last- minute details will be explained. The trip is being made that feeders might have a belter understanding of the production and i management problems of thr pro- Before her marriage Mrs. Wockj dum . of ( . a)ves and 1T pi at , Pm ehl was Miss Barbara Miller. 1 catties Contact can also be made) Parents of Daughter I fo) . , hp pul . chaKr ()f ,. H | VPS . j JERSEYVILLE - A daughter, Bloodmoblle Visit Theresa Janean. was born to CARROLLTO N - Only oL 1 pints' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Malloy of of Wood was 1 ,, ( . oivpd a j ,, 1P visil Jerseyville at 10:05 p.m. .July 26. of ()ip Amrri( , in Rod Cross Wood . at the Jersey Community Hos. jmobjlp , Q , hp Cal ,,, llto)1 a ,. c H l^!' L u • , j j i Tuesday in the First Baptist The baby weighed seven pounds The jn Cal .,, ollton in . six ounces. She ,s a granddaugh- ; rf Greenfjold Kane and Eld . ter of Mrs. Mary Mackeldon of as Can . olUon . and Carrollton. John Mackeldon of .r"' . . /- ,„ »,. j ,, j »„ „ u J.lhere were 10 donors from Green- .Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Robert!,. ,, .. . O. Malloy of Jerseyville and is a l fteld ' five from great granddaughter of Mrs. Margaret Hughes and Charles Malloy , . , .. _ 9t Jerseyville. i overa11 «- >l "»"™an and the Rev. Other children are Mary Eva; Danvin Rolens was Lena 3, Robert Adam 14 months, j chairman f J ' hc T ma '" d ' r fom Eld.Td and Carroll' 0 "- Mrs Jake Shelton was the Prior to her marriage Mrs. Mai CARROLLTON -Mrs. Lva toy was Miss Margaret Janean jHankins of Carrollton and Mrs. Evelyn Russell of Rockbridge were admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fay of White Hall are the parents of a son born Wednesday at the hospital. Dis- misse from the hospital Wednesday were Mrs. Irma Evans and daughter of Hardin. Mackeldon. Sell Residence Property JERSEYVILLE — State Trooper and Mrs. Sloke Blackorby have sold their residence at 144 Roberts St. in Jerseyville to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gress of Jerseyville who have moved there. The Blackorbys have moved to an apartment at 509 W. Pine. Rev. Harry \V. Frazer has sold his house in Jerseyville to Gilbert P. Turner of this city. Land Bank Office Moved At Carrollton -Brussels Notes BRUSSELS — Janet Schleep- cr is attending 4-H Leader's Camp near Monticc-llo, 111. this week. Mrs. Henry Schleeper, Mrs. Leo Schleeper and daughters visited the latter's daughter, a nun at Mt. Providence, Normandy, Mo., Sunday afternoon. Richard Menke, Paul Stein, 1 and Jack Olhendorf left Saturday i j for two weeks of reserve train- \ | ing at Camp McCoy, Wis. i Frank L. llagen, who has been in John Corhran Hospital, is at his sister's home for a week, after which he will re-enter the hospital. CAROLLTON — The Federal Land Bank Association of Carroll- Ion and the Illini Production Credit field office have moved from the second floor of the GreoiiP County National Bank building, wherr they have been located more than 20 years, into their new office building at the north edge of Car-ivrodit organizations entirely owned rollton on Route 67-A. i and operated by farmers. Don Al- The land bank association serves len. manager of the Federal Land the long term credit needs of | Bank Association of Carrollton, farmers in Greene, Jersey and and Morse Whiting, field man of Calhoun counties and the Carrollton office of the IDini Production Credit Association provides short and intermediate term loans to farmers in Greene and Jersey counties- Both are cooperative the Illinois Production Credit As-1 soeiation, announce that the offices are open for business at the new location and they are making plans for open house at a later date. 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