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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH tlvb. Stork Busy Thursday At Jeneyvillc Hospital JERSEYVILI.E - The stork was busy at the Jersey Community Hospital ThursdHy delivering four hnhies between the 9 a.m. and 12:05 Mrs. Horace Berthoux of Highland and Hairy Shortal of Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Flanagan of Alton also became the Church Program Is Announced For Carrollton CARROLLIXJN—The Rev. Darwin Rolens, pftslor of First Bap hours of P-m parents of a son on Aug 4. The tist Church, will speak Sunday Nurses who went off duty at ll)HD . v wfls hot ' n «' Sl Joseph's ; , t th,. 10 ; ,. m v fM -viep in the 3 p.m. Wednesday found the nurv H'«pN«l i" Alton and weighed Methodist Church in the absence cry population at the hospital 7 Pounds .", ounces. His mother ()f ,|,,, ,,„,.,„,. (h( , Rpv Robert had increased by five when they WHK formerly' Miss Phyllis Dug- Pnsch. who with his family is VH- arrived for dut.v Thursday at *'' r "' .lerseyvillf .He is a grand l( . H tiotung m Indiana and Venues:: p.m. a* another infant was born s "» '>' Mr. and Mrs. l,oren Dug- s ,, ( , speak a.1 First . Wednesday afternoon. W of Jei'seyville and is a great- Thf . R ,. v R O | OIIS wi n The first arrival on Aug 1 was K |>and * un '»' vlls <J«»'Ke Bowers .„ ,,„, (rommunion 5 a son born to Mr. aJid Mrs. Rob- of J«-'* p .wHI*. Th(1 «-o«Pl" HHSJ Baptist C'hurch Sunday at 9 a.m.. ! Hnothel "»"• Kevln K «. v 3 - PI I Kitts ol Jerseyvllle al 1: 29! Hnoel "»"• evln «. v "a** - followed by Sunday School at 10. a.m. This is thp couple's first K «"> Or*** Crowd 'the .Junior Hi BYF will meet at child and he weighed seven -IKR-SEYVILLK .— Approxi- ii : :}o p.m. in the church. The ehil- pounds 14 ounees. The baby's' malc>1 .V """ wprp Present at the dn-n's HIOM will practice at » grandparents are Mi. and Mrs. Democratic Rally held at the ,, , n an ,| thf IT \ v jn \ K a me( ,t. Luther Cordell of Tenn and Mr. and KitK of Knoxville. Tenn Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dair ol Medora became the parents of a daughter at .">:17 am They havr named (he l)ab\ Judy Rene and she weighed X pounds Ki ounces She is ,-i granddaughter ol George Ixiy and Mr and Mrs. Chester Dan of Medora and Mrs Clarence Rigvby of Alton and is a great granddaughter of LaFollette. American Legion Park Monday illK t)f thf , BTA committee Wed Mrs. A. N fvc-ning. A fish fry preceded the, M ,, sd;iv program and was s|«nsored by Th ,; R ,, v ,..,„„.,. setferlund of in the Faith Baptist Chureh. He will also conduct the training union and speak at the 7:30 p.m. service. There will br a prayer and Bible study Wpdnpsday at 7:30 p.m. Thp interior of the church is being redpcorated this week. CARROLLTON -Dorothy Cram was appointed administrator of 4 Plead Guilty Church Buys Six Macoupin At Carrollton m * Macoupm Men Inducted CARROLLTON - Terry Ribble. 19. Donald Moore. 19. Ted Richey. IN all of the Greenfield area. and John Kitsmiller 22. of While Hall pleaded guilty to charges Kane the PSMte of her husband Ralph [against them on AUK. '! belore Crane, on 'July '>:•> by County i County Judgr .| H ck Alfeld Judge Jack Alfeld Bond of the I Ribbfe Camp Site administrator if Currollion CARROLL TON— John Clark al- the Jersoy County DeniocTiilic Committee of which William \Vrilis is chairman, and members of thr Uemoerallc Women's Club •>rru'd ihc food. Krani'is (iftsler ul f)wv was chairman for (In- preparations and serving of the meal. Samuel H. Shapiro, a candidate for LI. fiovernor in Novcm- Herbert Unoo- of"(ir;Vllon ;ltM | I"''. ^ as the main speaker lor the ,, U( . s(s Mrs Hattic Divon of Ratchtown. I""" 1 - 1 " 1 Othf ''' nolitbl.* present uhu )ia\'e short tnlks were: Slu- art Tray nor and Charlr>s 'Kdi Schnfer. both candidalcs lor Re- ppescnl;ili\''s in the .V2ud Dis- Inci 1 ,01 vi I c-andidaies ucic also rncouni/ed and itue.sts \\crc present from Greene and Madison Other children in the lamilv are Garry 10, Richard 7. and Kenneth 4. The third baby aniving at the hospital wa« a 'i pound 1 ounc' daughter born to \li and Mrs Glen Kinder of Golden Kagle. r ' m ' |n ,jj, s '' The baby is a granddaughter of Charles Smith of Medora. Mr-. Ruth Smith of llardin and Mr. and Planning Boat ItluV JKRSKYN'ILLt; - J e r s e y and Mr- Paul Kinder of <;o1den f ' olll "> " ome BUIWIU is Planning Tu ,'. M , av ,. VI , Kagl,' Th. other children of the ;i " "™»-™] <>» ">" Str. Adrn.r-• |h ;, |( . w couple ar<- Kobert Owen, l.'i, and (ilenda. 11 months Mr and Mr--. Herbert Gnese- nier of fiodfrev WIMP the parents of HIP lasi of tile infants liorii Thursday at the Ho-pital. They became the paichts of H .>on at 1^:05 p.m. The baby is a grand ••on of \h nnd Mis Kenneth Scarles df ,fei >.r \ \ ]||i and Mi and Mrs. Clarence < inesenier of Roscdale He is the third .son of III' i oupl' Miti'-i I'lnldl en lieint: .Mark I! and Brian 1' a . On Aug. 3 a daugblei was born to Mi and Mrs. Anthony Odelehr of B/-II-.M Is at the Jersey Community Hospital This is the first child of the couple and -In weighed I, [xMiods !l ounce* .She is a granddaughter of Mr a/id .Mrs. Anthony Brundios. ol MepfH'n and Mr. and Mrs. Antone Odelehr of Brussels. City Patrolman and Mrs. Duane Berthoux of .ler^ey v ille are announcing the birth of their first child, a son. l>orn July .'51 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. They have named Ihe baby Dean Paul and be weighed 7 pounds 9 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr and Mis Paul Berthoux arid Mrs. Kileen \\alkins of Jerseyville and is a grt.-ai grandson oi Open MOD., f rl. nil • p.m. SPECIAL SALE OF Ladies' Wedgies .Nationally Advertised 1-.J.95 seller*. Size*4 to l'> AAAA to K S.y| fit* uidthk 4«*f9 SIKH SIOltl-.S Kill OA I Mro:i<l»:iv al oui of St. Louis AUK. --!• All members of the Home Bureau and friends are invited. R.';- sevalions must be made at the Home Bureau office not later _ lhan Aug 10. Money for the tick- Inm , , o dale A! | tnc i Ohses nave ets must accompany the reserva- |,,.,. n Hua y from the home ev. Morrison. Mo., formei pastor of the Presbyterian Church, will speak al the 10:43 a.m. service Sunday in the Presbyterian Church diirniK the absence 9! thr' pastor. Ihe Rev Percy- Clark, who uith Mrs Clark is vacationing with relatives in California Following Ihe service, the Rev. and Mrs. Setterlund. who are house- ol Mr. and Mrs. Arch Howard, will be guests 1 of honor al a congregational carry in dinner to be served in the church dining room "Now Therefore Arise" is the sermon ol Ihe Rev Joseph Kth- i idge lor Hie 10:110 morning service m the Christian Church. The annual fish fry of the church S>onsored by the Loyal Daughters da.ss of the church will be held nmg. AUK 3. Salur-; will he an ice cream i and eake social on the courthouse' lawn. The Rev. Francis Varble will speak al the 10:,'50 a.m. service; tended a /one meet ing of the Khourv League managers at the playground in Jerseyville loi Hi' purpose ol selling up Hie play off games lor the Khoury League in this area Mr. and Mrs. Michael inody Jr. have returned home in U'hiltier. Calif., visit with Carmodys Mrs. Michael L, Springfield and CARLtNVILLK-Randall Love- Moore and Richey weir less, who purchased vvha! is all charged with malicious mis- I known as the Ortic Inn Farm chief and ue r( ,. H ch lined STrfi: southeast of Carlinville on Rl I. and costs and Moon and Hichey during the pasl year, has sold the were also ordered to make resd lake-site, the inn pnd giounds tution. surrounding the lake and inn to Kitsmiller was charged with " 1f ' officfis of the Illinoi- District child abandonment and \VH^ dercd to pay Sill r>< i week the supinn I of a minor child. and Mrs. week with with Mr. Kenneth Williams. Miss Becky Votjl of Cuher Citv. L. Carlo their 1 after a mother.. Calif., is spending this week al icouncil. and it is planned to con Carmody Si. iii|the borne of her uncle W. G. !vert the grounds In a camp site. his aunts. Mrs. V'oi;!. She will Iw joined here:Thp council has maintained a Council of the Assembly ot (jod Chmche* Loveless retained the SO acres with the house and laiji' cattle burn, now undergoing ev lensive improvements. Therp are approximately 'JflO churches in Illinois within Kane KANE - Mr and Mrs.! Fred Mowrey had as guests this 1 week Mr. and Mrs Ned Npblen. CARLINVILLE - Six youngi <1llstus Rllsspl N "'"™" Mr. and men from Maeouphi County left| Mrs T Simmont " f Lafayette, Thursday for St. Louis for indur-l 1 ^ • Mr and Mrs r '• Hawk ' timi into the Armed p-o,-,^.! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bniwn and They were- Joseph Centko, Vir-! M ^ D ; lal ( ''auford den: Victor Allen Bolar. Mt Olive; |,;IIT\ Thefxlore Schellet Ml. Olive: Hotel \\illiam Reed Medora. Don Raphael Walton Springfield: Lain Rolland Kren sko. Benld Four young men reported pre-induciion physical on same dav. for the the Joseph Tliomann and Miss Kdilh (,'armiid.v . of this city Mrs. Frank Keller is on vnca lion from her secretarial work in the office of Paul Fenity . county highway superintendent. Uiirinu her absence Miss Mae Fenity of Kane is employed in the office. A marriage license \\as issued this week in the office of County, ind.. » Clerk Ray Bennett to Urval Cas- .brother-in-law and sister. Mi. and lleberry and Miss Phyllis Jean Mrs. Sam Klein. They were at- McElroy. both ol Hotxiliouse. compamed home by Mis. Klein, Mrs. tained club home at She was assisted by Mrs. Joe Brannan and Mrs. Gale .Staples. Mrs. Guy Petty entertained the members of her bridge club at her home Wednesday evening. over the weekend by her parents, camp site near PptPisburg. which Mr. and Mrs Milton Voyl. who has proven too small in recent are spending this week in St. years They plan to dis|M)se of Louis. Miss Vogt's brolhei. Jim- that location and establish the mv Vogl, K; is on an extended'new campsite at Carlinville It lour of Km ope through the is stated that persons at the Y.MCA. 'lunch camp base iiiimhcrcd 1. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Black!"'"" at limes. They plan to con- spent (he weekend in Ft. Wayne Ni'uct an auditor-turn that will seat more than 1000 people, and there will also be other buildings at or near the lake. There arc 14 acres in the lake. Thr' inn building had been closed for many years, having been built by the late Ixniis Cilro of Thr Amoma Class of the Bap list Church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Miss Alice Wooldridue. Assisting hostesses were Mrs Uairen Greene and Mr* Chailcs Tompkins. Asa Cope returned Wednesday li-oni Alton Memorial Hospital where lie Had hern a patient for a week Mi. and Mrs Fred Ballard of Betbalto visited the first of the week with Mi. and Mrs. George Linn. JVIr. and Mrs. Wayne Surgeon MIAMI. Fla. 'API—Fast work'and sons of Si. Louis visited Mr by another swimmer saved Trudy land Mrs. Boyd Surgpon this Kessler 0 when her |pft arm wasjweek. sucked into » swimming pool ^••_• mmtmmi ^^^^^ m ^ m dram pipe. Jim Pdder held the girl's head a hove water and a |wx>l attendant bewail lowering the water level. Fin-men were unable to free Trudy s swollen arm. so the pipe rim was unscrewed It was sawed off al H hospital Exchange Clob fleiw Barbershop Quartet A barbershop quartet provided the entertainment at a meeting of the Exchange Club Thursday evening at the Mineral Springs Hotel. The miartet, The Fortunes, eomixwpd of Dwayne Nevins, Frank Snow. Donal Nevins, and l>oren fcvelsi/er. sang six Old- time barbershop favorites. At the nexl meeting of the club, city councilman George Larnmers will have as his guest George N Brancato of the St. Louis Weather Bureau. (»irl From Drowning Mr and Mrs. John Wehrly and family attended a reunion of his class at Lltchfield the past week. Mrs Ross Crotchett was a supper guest Tuesday of Mrs. Dona Ballard in Jerseyville. guests ol Mrs. Blacks James Brannan enter- who Is spending several days with members of her canasta' her mother and will attend the Thursday evening at her Jones-Black wedding Friday evening. Chicago. Mrs. Ora Ratfely of While Hill. To <iet Degrees Mrs. Herbert Harr and Mrs. Os- CARLINVILLE - Mrs. Marion car Miner went lu Alton Wednes- Gilbert Vanfosscn. who is the day. Mrs. Ralfety remained al former Miss Beth Ensminger. the home of Mi Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Williams daughter, of Rockbridge and Williams of this city left Friday Miner joined Mrs Ada for Detroit. Mich., to spend a in a trip to St. Louis. Mrs. JohrrBaumc, and Mrs. Harr and Mrs. Ziebold her sun-m-law ,and.daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Ross and Mrs. R. W Knsmingrr of Carlinville. will receive one of the first Ph.D. de- degrees in sociology conferred by Emory University. Atlanta. Ga. AUK. l.'l. She will receive the degree at the same time that her husband receives his. Both completed their work in the minimum time ol two years. Mrs Vanfossen is a graduate of Carlinville High School and Blackburn College. She received . her MA Iron) the Pennsylvania Slate rinversity in 1938 The couple has accepted positions as assistant professors of i sociology at Furman University j in South Carolina. He is a former resident of Alton and graduated from Blackburn College in AniioiinciiiR the Opening of BOOTE'S BARBER SHOP Monday August 8 913 Milton Road Air Conditioned I'nion shop Located be- tuecn new Milton KoHtl mid ('. L. GNoler Shot* Kepair TREAT YOURSELF TO Laundry-Lovely Shag Ru|t! You'll be tickled! C. Riluy. Illal HO 5-M17 WHO has smart covers for auto seats? Ticket« may be obtained al the Homo Bureau office on Aug. 17 or from board members. (inlfi:r* <>oinK to Vandaltit JKRSKYVILLE -- The We-l- lake golf ten in «'ill compcli its league -eason Sunday afternoon when il |ilay^ al Vandalia. The Uestlake team has won Iv.o iiMtchcs. lied one and lust course. DO FALSE TEETH Reek, Slide or Slip? FASTEtTH, an Improved powder 10 bp sprinkled on upper or lower plate*, hold! false teeth more flrnilv : lu place. Oo not elide, slip or rock ' No gummy, gooey paaty taste or reeling.FASTEETHlKalkullnr <non- ; ncld) Does not sour Checks "plate odor breath" Get FA8TEETH at •iriiK couiuert everywhere For the Do-lt-Youiselteis Plumbing Supplies • Electrical Paint (Interior or Exterior) Fishing Supplies • B-BQ Supplies Lawn Fertilizers • Garden Hose Sprinklers Anything You Need See l/s For All Your SCOTTS Needs . . . Alton's Only SCOTTS Dealer ST. PETERS 2502 State St. Park Free! ELECTRIC t HARDWARE Phone HO 5-8931 Just started-and the savings are just terrific! PLYMOUTH-VALIANT a bouf cleaning a skirf wiih We're really "YES" men during this tremendous end-of-the-model-year sale! DO WE HAVE wide choice of models and colors? DO WE MAKE the hottest deals in town? WILL WE GIVE high trade-in allowances? WILL WE MAKE on-the-spot, no- red-tape deals? can we g&f 4he besf in meats? NEW FRIG I DAI RE YES! YES! YES! YES! AIR CONDITIONER • WORKS ON 115 VOIT HOUSE CURRENT t BIG CAPACITY • QUIET OPERATION • THERMOSTAT CONTROLLED • SHALLOW DEPTH STYLING AfilOOL-91 WE'VE SLASHED VALIANT AND PLYMOUTH PRICES! WHAT/ NO EXCISE TAX United Supply il Oily ill A«rois Strttt from Gtrmonia Savings lldf. Open Mou. and Fri. Mtui Till t» HiTon REFRICERRTIOn Open Mon. and Nile* Till 9 ISO I. IROADWAY S*77t1 "Au/ion'ied Ftigidaii* Sato and Service" PLYMOUTH SAVOY $ 4-DOOR SEDAN "6" VALIANT V-100 4-DOOR WAGON "6" Prices shown are the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices for the models Indicated, equipped as illustrated, exclusive of transportation charges. See the man who can't say "NO" during this big Year End Sale! T DEALER YELLOW

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