Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 29, 1960 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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FRIDAY. JULY 29, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGEMvE Jeneyvittc Girls Accept Employment in Washington JERSKYVTLLE — Misses Janet Stone and Nancy Fisher of Jersey' vtlle left today for Washington. D. C. where they have accepted appointments for employment. Miss Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Paul Stone of Jerseyvllle, was graduated in 1959 from the Jersey Community High School arid, until recently, was employed in the office of the City Clerk o; Jerseyvllle. Miss Fisher, daughter of Mrs. Jarab Herring of Jorseyvhlle and John Fisher of San Francisco. Calif.. Is a 1980 graduate of the local High School. The two young women returned Tuesday from a visit in California where they were guests of Miss Fisher's father and Mrs. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Herring entertained at dinner Wednesday evening at their home In honor of the tatter's daughter. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. William Evans, Miss Kdna Evans, Mrs. Robert Evans and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Herring's children, Flor- m, Jewel, Kevin and Joel, ail of Jcrseyvillr. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Stone and children, Judy, Greg and Jacqueline entertained a group of relatives and friend* at dinner nt their home on Barr Ave., in honor of their daughter. Miss Janet Stone. Jersey Education Board Hires 2 New Teachers SundaySchedule For Carrollton CARROLLTON-Don Varhle, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Francis Varhle, will speak Sunday morning at Poith Baptist Churrh «t«1 will also speak Sun-K»reene counties, two new teach- .TERSEYVTLLK - At tr*» ret;- ular meeting of the Board of ^duration of Community Unit Dlstrirt Number 100. Jersey and suing year. jcelve the beginners. Birth cer-iOther officers elected were Don- day evening at the Grace Bap- ; ere were employed for the en- i and preparation made to re- al R°bin Hood Country Club. tist Church at Wlnrhester. The youth plans to begin his study for the ministry this fall at the Southwest Baptist Pleasant Hill, has been em time of registration. Ber- Council members Wednesday night briefly discussed whether,: in event of future repairs being needed, the city would have any speak at the 9 a.m. service Sun-[year at Onarga. He received)wooded localities of Jersey ||,, iar d ^ directors are Robert;Haim on the contractor , Pr i Mrhrhoff. secretary; College at j ployed to teach on an elemen-j «ood Firkin* and Rnttler* , nnr rt Kania. treasurer. Bolivar. Mo. : "»ry level in the local school: JERSEYVtLLE - Blackberry! Charles Sullivan is the state The Rev. Darwin Rolens will , system. HP taught the past i pickers are numerous in the ir i c | Pent ,, 8nd niern hers of the day in First Baptist Church. ! his higher education at West- i County this week and In thein rjv pr. Ed Pohlman, Joe Hart- The Rev. John Finnan will em Illinois State College In Ma-: timer pasture lands where | man .Robert Sohacher and Jesse on thin wtwdule. The registration schedule Is announced us follows: Freshmen, Tuesday, Aug. 2, 9:00 to 11:30 a.m.; Sophomores. Aug. 3, 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.; Juniors. Aug. 4, 9:00 to 11:30 a.m and 1:00 1o 3:00 p.m.: Seniors, Aug. 5, 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Students unable to report on these days should arrange to visit the high school August 9th, Out of town students who wish to arrange group transportation may disregard the schedule as to classes. School will open on Monday, Aug. 29. Children Victims of Accidents JERSEYVILLE- Barbara Wadlow, 7-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Wadlow of Jer- seyvllle, fractured her left forearm Wednesday evening when she fell from a swing set at her homo. (Sunday at the Methodist Church. Shf WHS brought to the Jersey; The Rev. Percy Clark will de- Community Hospital at 8:">0 p.m.jliver the sermon Sunday morn-!l>er 9. and HfimiMed. | ing at the Presbyterian Churnhj Must Be Registered Soon a K nd 3. R on!» nd wi » lpave ™ vacation next; Pohlman Heads Carrollton JC's drrn eligible to enter school, CARROLLTON--Jsmet Pohl- anrl parent* of nrwvreRisterert j man was elected president of children arc requested to h»ve; Carro||ton >? s Tuesday eve- them rftglsiered no\v so that a*- . , . *! R nments can be completed > nin * f" 11 ™" 1 * • P'cnic supper William Carlton. formerly ofitlficatef am required at the fl |r) Fiaush. vice president; Rob- Council Gets Heport on ! plied at this time but, a« pre-| Qo-Caft Tfirk jviously suggested, the wall ! should be looked over perlodlc- jally for signs of an unusual ! change." OVententl Watt said nothing has b-ien;Medor* is having a fiKart rM- said by the consulting engineerj' nf? Wear Merfora MEDORA-Elnwr L. WeH of 801 "" .. £' on Route ft < Sun * Following a report of City i at any time to indicate faulty: Manager Graham W. Watt on. construction. Griffih said thati"* «» P 1 """ 1 "* to "»*" the latest check by Consulting non <- of 1hp movement observed! _- v ' '*', ' Engineer Willard Flagg OT1 ^ould indicate the oriRinal de-| the Samoan possesstons Of movement o he ^Market streH sign or r™*™"™ »»* a »S United States total 7B retaining ^ the S>>» He suggested the wall hadjrniies, or slightly more than the ; * pe " «™*™« or .^'V "'^District of Columbia. funds available for its construe-: tlon - ' w " tt «•" the engineer's inter- : «« had **" Primarily on move- speak at the 10:30 a.m. service 'wmb. . blackberry vines are numerous. Hires. A board meeting will . Sunday in the Baptist Churchj David McAfee of Brighton has ] The berry pickers are getting he held before the regular meet in Eldred. The BYF will mee'lbeen employed to teach Eng-lan early morning start to beatjj nK O f tne j n ycees Tuesday. Sunday at 6 p.m. lish at the Jersey Community Shrines Along the Way" is High School. He will complete the theme of the sermon of the!work for his Master's Degree at the heat, and report the berry ,Aug. 9. crop Is plentiful In most localities. i and Mrs. Morris Brlggs of Jer- Rev. Joseph W. Ethrldge for the'Southern Illinois University this I ^n western Jersey, In the bluff i seyville at 4:34 p.m. July 26 at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday at!summer. While attending school!land localities, there Is one ban- Jersey Community Hospital, the Christian Church. ;on the Carbondale campus. Mc-ldlcap. That is the presence of The baby weighed seven pounds The Rev. Robert Pitsrh wil^Afee has been a graduate as-.rattlesnakes, with reports being!two ounces and Is the first child .speak at the 10 a.m. serviceIsistant in Social Studies at the received of several of the rep- of the couple. She Is a grand- school. His mother Is school Blips' being killed. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Jesse Bohannan. of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rohan- non of Jerseyvillo. was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at '2 p.m. Wednesday lor ment of an injury sustained when the car driven by his father in which he was a passenger, hit a nurse in United District Num- in the Eldred locality this|Drage and Mr. and Mrs. William Iweek two large rattlers were|Brlggs of Jcrseyville and is a great granddaughter of Mrs. Lyd- la Martin of Jerseyville. ^killed within a few yards of one Biihy Hat Klcvrn firandparenN j concrete culvert near Beltrces. JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Th«> child had a laceration of the Charles Huff of Jerspvville arel'<'" forehead which required sut- announcing the birth of a son. their first child, at 12:55 a.m. July J7 at the Jersey Community Hospital. They have named the baby Jeffrey William and he weighed seven pounds fivp a?id a half ounces. HP is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. l^avemc Isringhausen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Huff of Jer- scyville, IK a great grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Huff and Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Fry of Medora and Mrs. Mildred Crocker of Shipman. and is a great great grandson of Mrs. Julia Crane and Mrs. Ella Range of Jerseyville. her marriage Mrs. Huff was May Isringhausen. ures and he was dismissed follow- JERSEYVILLE--A total ofjanother. week and will be gone from Car-1118 children have been regis-l Parent* of Daughter rollton during August. ilered for entering the first! JERSKYVILI.E •»• A daughter. The Rev. Elner Grafft will! grade, here this semester. Of I Tamil iv Lynn, was born to Mr. speak at the 10:30 a.m. service this number. 68 have registered -at Mt. Gileacl Baptist Church at lor the East Elementary and 50, the 8 p.m. service in the for the West Elementary, church. The Wednesday eve- The present early registration ning prayer meeting will he stjdoes not include all the chil- 8 p.m. The Rev. Orafft will "" = ~ also speak at the 9 a.m. service: Sunday at Berdan Baptist . The report was referred to th°j ment a tne wal1 - i city manager, city counselor.! Wa « stated alignment and, and city engineer for consider,,-!* *vatlon "» din « 8 1wouId ,J? l "l tion of the city's concern as to |«nue annually, supplemented by| the situation. j periodical visual inspection ofi Flagg's report Indicated some areas showing greater than av- slight settlement and movement } erage change. since a detailed survey made a year ago last April. He reported: "It Is now apparent a fairly large lateral andj downward movement occurred j in the wall after construction ( and before we started observ-j ing. and that some smaller de-i gree of movement is continuing each year. I do not believe any correction methods need be ap-: Htlpt Yoi Ovtreomt FALSE TEETH Looitntti and Worry FAS-re t fcrH „ ..olds th*m firmer so t» eomforubi*. Avoid emb|r; »n» drug count ing treatment. Chureh. which will be followed :by Sunday school at 10 a.m. OeU Safety Wward I Hospital Notes JERSEYVILLE — For the sec-i CARROLLTON- Mrs. Mildred ond consecutive year the City ofj Williams of Carrollton entered Jerseyvillc has received an awardlBoyd Memorial Hospital Thurs- for its safety record of no traffic!day and was scheduled to un- fatalities to children of the school! dergo surgery Friday, age. : Dismissed from the hospital In recognition of this achieve-; Wednesday was Robert Russell ment Jerseyville ha« been includ-i of Rockbridge and dismissed ed on the annual honor roll of!Thursday was Mrs. Connie Loy cities by the AAA Automobile j and daughter of Carrollton. Club, Illinois Division. j Return from Visit | JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Alvin H. Petitt and daughter, Kathy. { returned Thursday evening from, Wayne City, 111., where they; !spent the past week visiting j MEDORA-At the Methodist: arterno<)n i Mrs. Petitt's father, Joseph Tal-: Churpn Sunday j ack W ildt. a . Ibert. |student minister, will preach at a.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. The Rev. Ward Spencer will that squirrel hunters when the j ^^ nnn Draw , Crowd .season open, in the Southern Zone) J7RSEYVIL LE - More than the first of August will find more' cm]dren attended tne Huck be back from his vacation and! will preach at the Baptist of the animals in Jersey County | F)nn Dfly celebration at the than for several years. j Liong playground in Jerseyvllle.! church at 10:45 a.m. and 8 p.m. The squirrels have been numer- j sponsored by the Jerseyville Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. ous in some areas adjacent to play)?round and Recreation Sunday school at Summerville Jerseyvilie this season. (Board | Presbyterian Church, 9 a.m. RegtHtnitiofi Schedule i The day opened with a flag JERSEYVILLE -The summer j cerernony followed by a cos- registration schedule of the Jersey j tume j ud g in g and parade to the Community High School has been ; uptow n business district and announced by the principal. Games and contests H. Courier. All students who will J styled after those of the Huck At Kemper Baptist Church there will be Sunday school at| 10 a.m. Mass at St. John's Catholic Church, 10 a.m., conducted by the Rev. Father John Sheahan. enter the high school for the firstjpj nn d ays werP enjoyed by the' The Rev. Kistner of Jersey- time and who have- not registered j boys and girls. iville will speak at Bethel Bap- previously should do so at thisj A fishing derby was held from time. StuoVnLs who did not regis-'] : 30 to 2:30 p.m. during which tist Church at 10:30 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Sunday school. 9:30 ter last spring because of ab-;fhe children were to catch goldia.m . Junior BYF at 7 p.m. sences on the registration days i fish with their bare hands.. At the Christian Church a stu- should register. .Students who!Prizes were awarded to those!dent from Lincoln Bible Insti- wish to change their registrations!who caught the largest fish.itute will speak at 10:30 a.m. will have an opportunity to do so j most fish and smallest fish. 'Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. DOOR MIRRORS We Cut Them to Fit Any Door. Easily Installed. 16 by 68-Inch Door. MIRROR $16.45 IS by SS Inch ... 20 by 68 Inch ... 22 by 68 Inch ... 24 by 68 Incb ... »20« *22 45 Lyons Glass Co. 2400 Belle Dial HO 2-2781 "Valiant CLOUT, SPREADER Combination Offer CLOUT (5000 Sq. Ft) Controls Summer Crabqrast SCOTTS SPREADER Metered Application For Every Lawn Program Need 6' 5 16" 23" 18" SAVE 5.00 See Us For All Your SCOTTS Needs ... A/ton's Only SCOTTS Dealer TOGETHER NOW ST. PETERS ELECTRIC ft HARDWARE Phone HO 5-8931 CALL TODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON DAVID BRADLEY CHAIN LINK FENCE Call todoy, get the com plete stoty on our home fencing. Complete range of sizes. 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