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TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOF, TflRKB Medora Barbecue Set for Weekend Orion Young New Head of Hani in C of C HARDIN — Orion Young was named president of the Hardin Chamber of Commerce at a meeting last Thursday night. He will succeed Hubert Bull, who was elected to the office when the chamber was reorganized last year after serveral years of Inactivity. Elected to serve with Young were Jerome Corbett, vice president; Harrell Miller, secretary; and Cletus German, treasurer. Plans were made for the immediate construction of a municipal dock on the riverfront, to be ready for public use within two weeks. Ed Roth was named chairman of the committee on dock construction, and he has stated that materials for the project have been purchased and the work Is started. The dock will be donated by the Hardin Chamber of Commerce for free use by the public, and Included In the project will be a free launching ramp. Further improvements on the MEDORA — The annual Medora barbecue, sponsored by the American Legion Inc., and Auxiliary, will be held at Legion Park in Medora Friday and Saturday. The Medora celebration is one off the old established picnics held in central Illinois. Hundreds of visitors from Jersey, Macoupin and surrounding counties patronize the event, and many homecomers return to their home town to enjoy the festivities. Programs will be held from the dance platform each evening. Friday from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. the Southwestern High School band, under the leadership of Vester Huffine, and from 9 to 9:45 The Sheppards, a musical organization, will entertain. On Saturday evening the Ansar Shrine Band of Springfield! will be the musical entertainers; from 6.30 to 8.15. The Kitchen.' Klatter Band of Shipman will be the attraction from 9 to 9:45. { Friday has been designated as; Democratic Night and Democratic candidates will speak from 8:15 to 9 p.m. Saturday evening will be Republican Night and from 8:15 to 9 p.m. Republican i speakers will hold sway. There will be dancing on the large outdoor platform each evening, beginning at 10 p.m. Austin Wiley's band of White Hall will furnish the music the first night and Lester Geisler's "Band ST. ANTHONY'S MffflfCAL Mrs. Vernon Schwartz. Humbert. Mrs. Pearl Kelly. Cottage Hills. John Hemphlll. 931 College. Mrs. Lois Matthias, 2411 College Mrs. Thelma Clark, Godfrey. Miss Betty Chapman, 55. Roxana. Charles Schultz, 622 Shepharrl. DEATH RODE WlTH THEM The bodies of three of five youths, all unidentified, lie at the side of their car after it crashed into a bridge abut- ment near Middletown, N. Y. Another youth was in critical condition. (NEA Photo) Treated for Injuries at Jerseyville Hospital JERSEYVILLE Sherey Overmeyer, 9. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Overmeyer of! ! Siesta Keys by Mr. and Mrs. L. IL. Anderson and sons Mike and ! Bobby, of Jerseyville, who made the trip by plane. : Mrs. Bowera Returns JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Lydla treated and then returned home.;Bowera who has been a guest Treated for Hand Injuries j since June at the home of her JERSEYVILLE — R o b e r I! son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and St. Louis, was brought to thelsteckel of Jerseyville, who is;Mrs. Orville Bowers in Battle Jersey Community Hospital atjengaged in business here. wustCreek, Michigan, returned Sun-jHazel Kozonasky, 801 East Dr.JMrs. Vivian Blume, East Alton. Hospital Notes Mrs. Kmma Sousley, Greenfield. Mrs. Forrest Collins. 1629 Greenwood. Mrs. Frances Grimes, 2803 North St. ST. JOSEPH'S MRIMCAL Miss Yvonne Nolte, Brussels. Mrs. Louise F,wing, 1907 Gross. Joseph Lyerla, Bethalto. Mrs. Marie Hayden, 913 Sixth. Vernon Watson, Rt. 1, Piasa. SUROICAL Larry Bussmann, Rt. 2, Edwardsville. Mrs. Audrey Heintz, 424 Prospect. Mrs. Gladys Karlos, Rt. 3, Godfrey. Mrs. Viola Winkle, Edwardsville Robert Zipprich, Jerseyville. Doris Pegue. Fieldon. Mrs. Charles McCoy, Jerseyville Mrs. Eliza Collenberger, Jerseyville. Gary DeSilvery. Jerseyville. Mrs. Robert Grether, Fieldon Mrs. Dennis McKay, Jerseyville Mrs. Ralph Long. Medora. Mrs. James McDonald. Hardin. Mrs. Leland Meyer, Golden Eagle, tyiuis Rlarkorby Sr . Dow. M'ROICAL Mrs. Christine Williams, Hardin Sherey Overmeyrr, St. Louis Theodore Wiehe, wardsville. Rt. 2, Ed- Mrs. Cora Maher, R. 1. Brighton Mrs. Florence Gibson, Jerseyville. Miss Frances A. Hellrung, 2r>7 W. 19th. Charles Kotva. Rt. 4, Edwardsville. DISMISSALS John Branham. Cottage Hills Mrs. Patricia Buses, 734 Spring. Mrs. Gara Brannan, Carrollton James Bunch, Rt. 1, Godfrey. Mrs. Eagle Barker, 1306 Russell. Robert Carter, East Alton. Sam Dorsey. Wood River. Mrs. Floy Eilers, Edwardsville. Scott Freshour. East Alton. Mrs. Gerald Reir>rrmnn, Jerseyville. Wilmn Fflrris. .Jprseyville. Barbara Wadlow. Jerseyville. Mrs. Morris Brings, Jerseyville. Mrs. Jack Wock. Jerseyville. Lowell Cox. Jerseyville. Mrs. Charles Huff. Jerseyville. Debra Correll. Jerseyville. Mrs. Wesley Lewis, Jerseyville. Mrs. Robert Malloy. Jerseyville George Luke, Kane. Connie Bock, Jerseyville. Sherey Overmeyer, St. Louis. Mrs. Paul '45eSherlia. Hardin. Mrs. Glen Isringhausen, Fieldon Ernest Powell, Jerseyville. Benjamin Simpson, Jerseyville. Sanford Alexander, Jerseyville. Robert Zipprich. Jerseyville. John Narup, Brussels. Mrs. George Daniels, Kane, ALTON MEMORIAL MEDICAL Shirley Smithee, Godfrey. Mrs. Ruth Darr. Alton. Mrs. Patricia Meier, Godfrey. George Pappas, Mather Home. Mrs. Donna Ilaag, 2114 Orchard. ] SURGICAL ( Mrs. Doris P'nke. Shipman. i Mrs. Earlene Barnes, Bunker Hill. WARMING IP Warming up to the long campaign trail ahead of him, Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas throws kisses to crowd of 12,000 after blasting away with a stinging attack on administration farm policies in speech at MonHcello, Iowa. (NEA Photo) 8 p.m. Friday evening for treat-(working under his truck putting'day to her home here. ment of a fracture of the right'in a spring Sunday when he Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE — Mr. Hills, and;Mrs. Georgie riverfront by the chamber will be the installation of picnic tables and three barbecue pits. Chairman of the committee in charge of this work is Ercil Liley, and| 0/ M edora. jvjlle. T h e girl was sitting on a sey Communitv Hospital when| t oria Lynn for their infant daueh-1 ^, mon ^ u- this, too, is expected to be com-, Fi(ller , 8 Q^ Fair ^ will| harre , wh e n , t starte d to rollithe nail was removed and thej! er bom at 10:22amTrid^t ^nh^tSl, 1 ! 6 ! Robert Miller. 310 Mill. [Mrs. Gwendlyn Powell, Cottage of Today" of Alton the second arm following an accident at the caught the end of his little fin- 1 ^ „,. u ,. VJ night. Square dance callers eachjhome of her grandmother. Mrs. per of the left hand and mashed Mrs. James DeSherlia of Batch-! cres l- night will be Prather & Stanton;o race Gunterman of Ralph Rowden, Godfrey. Mrs. Kathryn Garrett. Bethalto „.,,,, .„ , ! Mrs - Shirley Dewey, 2644 Sidney Price, 3303 Hill- James Warren, 2818 Broadwnv. pleted in the immediate future. The improved area will be only a block from the Hardin district, at the corner er arid Franklin Streets Hardln Note* HARDIN - Mr. and Jersey- it. He was brought 1o the Jer-itown have chosen the name Vic-! Mrs - stella Swanson, 1042 Tremont. 109 Tenth < Joseph Stassi, Wood River. Mrs. Clara Stockton, Godfrey DISMISSALS Mrs. Juanita Crouch. 205 Mich- Mrs. Parthine Cazadd. Moro. (James Bull. South Roxana. IMrs. Klma Gallatin, 150 S. 13lh Larry Johnson. South Roxana. Mrs. Mary Lynn. South Roxana. Mrs. Vera Burton, 216 Ohio, Mrs. Barbara Painter, R69 Pen- Ka«t Alton, i nine;. Mrs. Wilma Cato, 325 Job, East IMarlinrin Whitehead. Gudfrev. Aitnn. business of Wat- 1 be here with their concessions and | an d threw her to the ground, j wound treated. He returned 1 the Jersey Community Hospital, rides for both old and young. (she fell on her right arm, caus- home after treatment. Mrs. J. Retzer of Kampsville received word that his i9 p m There wjn also be John have daughter, Ruth received a com-, abi ; n(lancp of barb ecue, chicken, misson as major in the U.S. Ar-! nsh and wicner sandwiches, my Hospital Corps early in July. j homp . made pies and cakes> i ce Major Retzer is stationed at Ft. creani( coHee an d ice d tea. There will be plenty of home-|| ng the fracture. She was ad- cooked food at the spacious din-| mitted to the hospital and was ing hall, which is screened, and is a comfortable place in which to dine. Chicken and fish plate lunches will be served from 5 to McPhereon, Ga. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark of Hardin were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dunphy ol Sullivan, Saturday night, the group went to the Municipal Opera in St Louis. Mrs. Leeds Heads Calhoun Council HARDIN — Mrs. Ralph Leeds of Hardin was named president!day evening in celebration of the of the Calhoun County Council, 13tb birthday of their son, Top- American Legion Auxiliary i per, whose natal day was Mon- Thursday night in Brussels, j day. Guests were his two grand- where Francis Pohlman Post mothers, Mrs. Emma Fleischer, Mrs. Evelyn Burris Is general chairman of the kitchen and dining room. WCTU Postponed MEDORA — The meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, scheduled for Friday afternoon, has been postponed a week. The meeting will be Aug. \2 at the home of Mrs. Stella Wilton, with Miss Jessie Barnes as leader. Birthday Celebrated MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Shields entertained Sun- and Unit 685 were hosts to all Brighton, and Mrs. Jane Shields, Legion and Auxiliary groups in Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Aldrich and the county. New officers will be installed at the council's October family, Brighton, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gaffney Jr., and meeting in Batchtown, when the!family. Refreshments were serv- 20th district director, Mrs. Lan- ed. ie Wagner, will be a guest. About 30 women attended the Medora Notes MEDORA — Lt. Gerald Dodge, Auxiliary meeting, during which, 1 son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dodge, Mrs. Paul Aderton of Hardinj is at Stead Airforce Base, Neva- presented an impressive memor-jda, taking a survival course, ial service for deceased mem-; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cox and bers. Reports for the year's work (family attended the Macoupin were given by the various unit (Service Co. picnic at the Legion dismissed Sunday. Mrs. Winona Reed of Jerseyville was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital Sunday for Tina Carlson, 17 - month - old | a contusion of the little finger The baby weighed 5 pounds 7% ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hazelwonder of Hardin and Mrs. Charles DeSherlia of Batchtown. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Carlson of East Moline. HI., fell on a broken glass jar at the William Thompson home in Jerseyville Friday evening and incur- of her right hand after she had) Before her marriage Mrs. De- shut a car door on the finger, j Sherlia was Miss Elaine "Hazel- She was treated and dismissed.'wonder. The couple had another Fire Destroys Gas Truck |g irl Wanda Fay aged 3 years. JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey-j Meeting of 60 Plus Club Mrs. Natalie Tryon, Bethalto. John Van Hook, 2203 Edwards. Mrs. Darlene Watts, 1504 Maupin Mrs. Jean Woodson, Brighton. JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Merle Blackwell, Fieldon. Mrs. Glen Isringhausen, Fieldon Mrs. James DeSherlia, Batchtown. red a laceration of the left ville Fire Department was call- JERSEYVILLE — Members of] FBI Not Checking wrist requiring sutures. Follow-' e d to the Updike Gas Service on the Jerseyville Sixth Plus Club ing treatment at the JerseyJMcBride avenue early Sunday!will hold a picnic lunch at the Community Hospital the patient morning to fight fire that de- was dismissed. [veloped in a gas transport truck, Randy Fairfax, 6-year-old son j parked at service site. of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fairfax, was brought to the hospital about 6:26 p.m. Saturday after he had fallen about 25 feet from a tree. He was given an X-ray The fire in the truck gained considerable headway before the department was called. Entertain Club Board Lions Playgrounds on Aug. 3 at noon. All members are requested to attend. Announce Birth of Son JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCoy of Jerseyville are the parents of a son JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Alfred! 150171 at 6:06 a - m - Saturday at the and Mrs. J a m e s ; Jers ey Community Hospital. They and he was re-'White entertained members of| have named the baby Charles 'the executive board of the Jer-l Rae and he weighed 6 pounds 8 Junior Woman's Club'ounces. He is a grandson of Mrs. Myrtle McAdams of Jerseyville and Charles McCoy of Grafton. presidents. Attending Hardin were Hall in Carlinville Sunday. the meeting fromj Mr and Mrs. Delbert Gross Mrs. Leeds, Mrs. and family left Sunday for a Aderton, Mrs. George Snider,]week's vacation at Lake Taney- Mrs. Harry Herron, Mrs. Carl corno in southern Missouri. Funk, Mrs. George Sagez, Mrs. Howard Devine and Mrs. Arthur Kamp. Attend Homecoming HARDIN — Mr. and Mrs. William Stone were in Granite City over the weekend, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hecht. While there, Mrs. Stone took her father to Champion City, Mo., to attend an annual church homecoming. Hecht and his daughter make this trip each year. Clothing Collection HARDIN — Mrs. Paul Aderton and Mrs. William Stone went to Pittsfield Thursday to take boxes of clothing collected by the Missionary Society of Hardin Presbyterian Church in cooperation with the Church World Service clothing drive. Clothing was deposited at the pickup center in the Methodist Church in Pittsfield, where it was later picked up by trucks. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Challa- were revealed, leased. Edna Herder, 13. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Herder of Jerseyville. suffered a fracture of the nose Saturday evening at her home when her brother accidentally hit her with his elbow. She was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital and released. Nancy Burns, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Burns of Medora, was bitten on the cheek by a dog Sunday evening and incurred severe laceration of the left cheek. She was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital and sutures were used to close the wound. Edward Goetten, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Goetten of Jerseyville, was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital ati 9:45 p.m. Sunday for treatment. He ran into the corner of a table in the yard of the Eu gene Beiermann home and re- reived a laceration near the left at the White home Thursday. Mrs. Beiermann is a past pres- Missing Scientists WASHINGTON (AP)-The FBI says it is not checking on the whereabouts of two U.S. National Security Agency employes who left for a vacation in the West and apparently went to Mexico instead. Bernon F. Mitchell, 31, and William H. Martin, 29. began their vacations on June 24 and were due back in mid-July. They have not contacted their families nor the agency since they left. ident of the club and Mrs. White j Mrs. McCoy was formerly Mfes< Authorities said the men, both was first vice president. Their jLoretta McAdams. The couple '• single, booked plane passage to guests were board members who i nas a girl Debbie, age 28 months. Mexico City on June 25. A check has served during their regime, j Home From Florida JERSEYVILLE —Chief of Police and Mrs. H. H. Balckorby Jr., and sons, Ronald and Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blackorby and son, David, returned Saturday following a two weeks vacation in Florida. They spent a ' week at Siesta Keys, near Sarasota, and returned via Fieldon Couple has Girl JERSEYVILLE — A daughter, Michelle Rae, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blackwell of Fieldon at 6:25 p.m. Friday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 5 pounds 15 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Billings of Bowling Green, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Blackwell of Fieldon, of Mexico City hotels Monday showed they had registered there but later had left. The two worked as junior math- emeticians at the Ft. Meade, Md., Communications Intelligence Agency. Mrs. Ella Beck, 1521 Seminary. Guy Bailey, Godfrey. Earl Sussen. East Alton George Shane, Jerseyville. Mrs. Gertrude Kress, Batchtown Miss Elaine Hopper, 1310 Milton Curtis Campbell, 3306 College. Mrs. Flora Gilworth, East Alton Mrs. Evelyn Fielder, Bethalto. Mrs. Erma Mowery, Hartford. Mrs. Virginia Krome, 1312 Rixon Mrs. Dorothy Pryor, Wood River W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Levi Lewis, East Alton. Clarence Feldhake, 16 E. Sixth, East Alton. SURGICAL Alex Nagy, O'Fallon. Miss Beverly Garner, 229 Tenth. Joseph Vernaux, Bethalto. Henry Doerr, 3713 Doerr, Alton. Eric Garner. Granite City. Dawn Schmidt, Bunker Hill. DISMISSALS Mrs. Lottie Williams, 611 North Dr., East Alton. Other children in the family are Robert 11, Nicholas 8 and Rodney 6. COLOR nun PROCESSING SMMKM L.1. SENT DIRECT TO EAS1MAN KODAK DAILY I HICKS' STUDIO & CAMERA SHOP 418 California Ave. HO 5-MNO the West Coast, visiting Cape I and is a great granddaughter of Canavaral, St. Augustine, Daytona Beach and other places of interest en route home. The Blackorbys were joined at Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Abbott of Portland, N. Y. Mrs. Blackwell prior to her marriage was Miss Doris Billings. combe and daughter Judy, Co- eye, requiring sutures, jlumbia, 111., are spending a few Victim* of Mower Accident* days with Mr. and Mrs. H. L.l JERSEYVILLE - Virgil Maple. Bare Absoluely pure water is a very rare substance. Since water easily dissolves many substances, a great many of these are always present in natural water and pure water is very hard to produce in laboratories. High School Sets Rules For Married Pupils ROCKFORD, 111. (API-Strict rules for married high school students, including their exclusion from social and athletic events, have been laid down by the Harlem High School Board. Married students, if they are allowed to continue in school, will be banned from non-academic functions such as commencement, baccaulaureate, athletics, junior- senior proms, picnics and dances. A recommendation from the principal to the school board, following conferences with the students and families involved, is necessary if married students are to continue attending high school. Married students will not be eligible for school honors and will not be allowed to take physical educational courses. When a married woman student begins to show physical signs of pregnancy she will not be allowed to continue attending school. DID YOU KNOW! 1, Pioso FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loan mode more home loom to *E. I, P.'s than any other lending institution in fhit area during the months of Moy and June, 1960. 2. You ore on "E. I. P. at Pioso FIRST FEDERAL. *£«treiuely Important Pertton Plasa First Federal IMM ml W* SH. MM* HO Mill Czaia of Fieldon cut his left hand Sunday afternoon at his home when he stumbled into the blade of a mower at his home. He was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital about 3:30 p.m. where the wound was sutured and the patient released. George Smith of Medora was victim of a painful accident occurring at 1?:05 p.m. Saturday- He was cutting the grass at his home when the mower struck a piece of baling wire which flew up, striking Smith's right shoulder and the middle line of his throat, inflicting a lacerated wound on the right shoulder. He was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital where he was Jersey Cattlemen to Take Southern Tour Next Week JERSEYVILLE — Robert F.| under the guidance of the ani- Long, Jersey County farm adviser, and John H. Bicket, farm adviser for Greene County, have completed arrangements for aj tour for cattlemen of the two counties which will take the group to ranches in Tennessee and Mississippi. The tour will begin Sunday morning with the motorcade forming at Carrollton, and the group will spend the first night at Springfield, Tenn. During Monday and Tuesday the group will be guided by livestock specialists fron the University of Tennessee and overnight stops will be made at Camden and Memphis. The tour in Mississippi will begin at Hernando and will be mal science department of the State University of Mississippi. Reservations must be made not later than Friday and must bej accompanied by a $20 deposit. I Plans will be completed for the trip at a meeting Friday at the Greene County Service Co. in Carrollton. ANNUAL PICNIC Old St Francis Parish PORTAGE DES SIOUX, MISSOURI One Mile Off Highway No. 94 between St. Charlei and Alton. SUNDAY, AUGUST 7th Old time Barbecue Beef and Portage Style Chicken Dinner* with all the trimmingK. Strvtd from Neon to 7 p.m. D.S.T. 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