Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 5, 1960 · Page 3
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August 5, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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AUGUST 5,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE Polling Places Listed For Jersey Bond Vote Brighton Women Hear Review BRIGHTON — Mrs Charles JERSEYVILLE — Official cago, formerly of Jersey-' Winston Spencer of St. Louis notices were published this week ville, have returned from a three;gave a review of a book on Af t. u lofi,,o » n tho M-nmn «„>»«.. i... ._. ._,_ «._._. . .. * IPVIPW 01 a OOOK on AI- rica at the Thursday afternoon meeting of the Women's Guild of St. John's Evangelical a nd Reformed Church. Members made 45 cancer pads will relative to the $425.000 water weeks bond issue election of Aug. 30. West. The polls will open at 6 a.m. Brother Wen hi Florida and Close at 6 p.m. ; JERSEYVILLE — Asa Beck- Polling places have been an- ner received word Wednesday of nounced fts follows: ithe death of his brother, Har- motor trip through the In the morning work session and had a sack lunch at noon. It was decided that another all -day sewing session will be held Aug. 18 with a noon sack lunch. Evangelical Chnrrti BRIGITTON - Sermon topic | servk . e of the Rev. Harvey Meckfessel ch urr h. the 10:30 a.m. Sunday serv- Return of Brighton Pastor In Delayed BRIGHTON — Joyce Hunt of Shipman will deliver a lay sermon at the 10:15 a.m. Sunday at the Presbyterian at ice at St. John's Evangelical and who Rev. W Kennard r as to have been back Precinct 1 — Including alljvey Beckner. which occuired that portion of the city lying; Tuesday af Bredenton, Fla. where west of State street and the | he had resided the past nine Reformed Church will be "Giv- from a leave of absence Sunday. ing Our All." Youth Fellowship has been detained at Louden- meet Sunday at 8 p.m. ville, N.Y., where he and Lacy were vacationing when their third cnfldt ft uftttSnwFf was bom. He i § expected to return t o Brighton the following &mday. Mrs. Lacy win remain in Loudenville until the new baby is strong enough to travel to the Midwest. The baby has been named Marian Ruth. Lacy'B have a daughter, Debbie, and a son, Robbie. Japan now leads the world in Mrs. sewing machine output. years. He was eighty years of age at State road leading north and lying north of Pearl street and the Fieldon road and Jerseyville j the time of his death and had road leading west — County j been ill for quite some time. Courthouse. | Funeral services were held Precinct 2 - All that portion (Thursday in Florida He is sur- of the city lying east of Statejvived by two sons, one of! street and the state road leading j whom lives in Bredenton and north street and lying north of Pearl and the Carllnville roadi one in Springfield, 111.; one daughter residing in Florida; YOUR HOME sr COMES FIRST BUILD BETTER WITH DRY LUMBER leading east — Town Hall. jtwo brothers Asa of Jerseyville Precinct 3 — All that portion j and Alva of Laverne, Calif.; two of the city lying east of State the State road lead- and lying south of sisters, Mrs. Bertha Laverne. Mrs. Laura Maywood, 111. ttoesh Gibson street and ng south, 'earl street and the Carlinville road leading east, Jerseyville 'ity Hall. Precinct 4 — All that portion i of the city lying south of Pearl street and the Fieldon and Jerseyville road leading west and ying west of State street and the 1 Altar Soclet y met Tuesday at State road leading south - Cope's fhp church an d Mrs. John Reed Jarage at 207 West Arch St. Per-: and Mrs - w 'Uiam Lynch were ;ons will vote in the precinct in nostess< ?s. Sale Planned by Shipman Altar Society SHIPMAN — St. Denis Church which they reside. The society will conduct a The $425,000 bonds would bear homemade candy and water- interest at 5 per cent, and would i melon stand at the Shipman SUMMER CLOSE-OUT SALE mature in the period 1962-1980. Treated for Similar Injuries JERSEYVILLE —Two pa- ients were treated at the Jersey tommunity Hospital Wednesday or hand injuries. Jesse Buis of Dow received reatrnent at 7:30 p.m. for a la- eration of the middle finger of is left hand which was inflict- d by a piece of brass at his homecoming picnic this month. Mrs. Clarence Thomae, Mrs. William Lynch, Mrs. Nora r, ChPUIt0pher W1 » The group will take a trip in August but the date and place are yet to be decided. Attend Meeting SHIPMAN — The Rev. and • GARDEN TOOLS Long Handle Shovel . . . . $1.75 ea. Garden Rake $1.49ea. Leaf Rake 65c ea. Garden Hoe $1.49 ea. D-Handle Shovels $1.98 ea. • GARDEN HOSE 25-Foot . $3.98 50-Foot , $6.98 PLASTER BOARD 4x8—%" $1 69 Per Sheet JL iome. Sutures were required. Mrs - David Packard, Mrs. Lyle Linda Isringhausen, 8, daugh-j Duncan and Mrs - Elmer BreSt- er of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Isring-1 weiser attended a meeting for ausen Jr., of Jerseyville, cut the the memh ers of a commission middle finger of her right hand on education and evangelism at PRACTITIONER OF VANISHING CRAFT Kmil Pluchinski, St. Louis, stone mason on the St. Paul's Episcopal Church education building, is shown dressing a stone (upper left) and setting it in the wall (upper right). A general view of the work is at bottom. A concrete-block wall is erected first, and the stone is set in one thickness against it, providing the decorative exterior to match the church building and also pro- Aide a smooth interior finish. The stone is from a St. Louis County quarry. The project recalls early days of Alton when most buildings were made of stone and quarrying was a leading industry. n a tin can and was brought i EdwardsviUe Methodist Church to the hospital for treatment at' Wed °esday evening. 8:45 p.m. Wednesday. Sutures p.m. iwere needed. I Home From Trip j JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and (Mrs. Prentiss D. Cheney of Jerseyville, the former's son, Charles Cheney of Richmond Heights, Mo., and their houseguest, Mrs. Dorothy Hoch of Chi- Berdan School to Have Reunion Sunday CARROLLTON - The annual reunion of • former teachers and pupils and friends of Berdan school will be Sunday, Aug. 7. on the lawn at the Berdan Baptist Church. A carry-in meal will be served at noon and will be followed by a home talent program. Officers for this year are Mrs. Cletus Reynolds, president, Mrs. N. L. McQuerry vice president, and Mrs. Howard Ferguson, secretary. Hospital Note* CARROLLTON - Miss Marda Lewey of Wrights and Vernon Thaxton of Greenfield were admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Wednesday afternoon. Dismissed Thursday were Dale Reif, Carrollton and Mrs. Verna Sanson, Greenfield. ; CLOSED FOR VACATION llth OPEN Open Moo., Frt. Till • School Shoes Save 25 to 50% Casuals, •2.88 Boys' Oxford*. Girls' Tie., Strap*. 84 to 8 WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway AUGUST 8th, 9th, 10th, HOURS: Closed 5 P.M. Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. Open other nites till 9 P.M. including Sunday E. A. DODSON . . . Landscape Architect ASK FOR DELICIOUS DONUTS BAKED! 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