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1 TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PACifc H > Illinois Eastern Star Officers Visit Carrollton CARNIVAL CARROLLTON — Mrs. Bertha E. OH, worthy grand matron and Peter Sonneveld. worthy grand patron, Order of the Eastern Star of the State of Illinois, were special guests of honor at a banquet, ceremonial and re- cejrtion Saturday evening at Carrollton Community Unit High School. Host chapters were Temple Chapter of Carrollton, Agnes Whltfield Chapter of Chesterfield, Franklin Chapter, Palmyra Chapter, Medora City Chapter, Plalnview Chapter, Carlinville Chapter and the Hlllvlew Chapter. Nine members of the "official family" of Mrs. Cell were also present Saturday evening. Miss Bertha J. Fieker of Carlinville with her uncle and aunt, Dr and Mrs. Walter Wiggins. Shei was accompanied home hy Mrs.! Wiggins and children who wi he guests for the week of Mrs.; Wiggins' pnrents, Mr and Mr*.' E. L, Bowman. Mrs. Francis (Jeers is on cation this week from her work in the A. (Jeers and Co. store. Mr. and Mrs. Mnrion Hildebrant and daughters returned! home Sunday from a five-dnv| trip to Niagara Falls, Canada! — and Michigan. Greene County African Violet Society will have a picnic dinner Wednesday noon at Carrollton City Park. Mrs. Florene Daw«on left Monday for her home in Winter! ^ otckTufnef . 2 Shell Men Complete 25 Years Tenure Two employes of was the Instructress for ail the i Haven. Fla.. after a visit here hostess chapters and was also i with Mrs. Madelyn Dickey, present. Soloist was Mrs. Shir- M "" and Mrs William Ruyle ley McCarthy of Hillvlew. i••>"<' son. Vernon Goodman, and 'serving ~ ~" : '"" «-i Ronnif> Gar rison left. Saturday as officers for the' Mrs. Laborahi f " r evening were: Siebermann, Carrollton, worthy! matron; Clarence Horn, Carroll-' Ion, worthy patron; Orth, Medora, associate matron; Will Wheeler, Chesterfield, associate patron; Mrs. Judy Wheel-! 'h" Blac . , , , !'' ***£" '" Hlllsof South Daka. 6 1MB *«*.»* t.«.*£•*»•.Ml MWJIC AL Mis. Olivia Hnnkins. 304 Mc- Sh"ll Oil Casland. Knst Alton. .Mrs. Beatrice Grant, Roxana. Wood River reimeiy havei T ,. jna \Vathern, 117 Lorena. honored upon completion [Wilbur Mouser. 716 State Hospital Weekend Steam Notes I Engine Show At Wentzville t. AWARDED [ M«sMdnB*ttB H AftfltKOT KBYBOARIW ition'* flr*t rotnpnlsory Virginals, harpsichords, spinets i tendance law in WS2. j and r-lavirhords. dating to the he-1 ~— W. ft. TOWNSHIP jtCinning of thf 17th rentury, are ! included in » eoll«:tion of 23 an, rient keyboard instruments given | ! to Edinburgh University hy Ray-j mond Russell, a Londoner. All of| Old-time strain engines, oner f | M , p , ano forerunners, richly der- <rr| generally to thresh \vheatorHtedprodurtsoffamousmakers. Billio Birdsong, 805 Wood River. DISMISSALS They art- Harold C. ; Jeffrey Gurley, 1425 Williams. of si rvicc with the 217 South 7lh. Wood and Wendell M. Jacoby 1.11 Wf-st TyHfrnan, Roxana, born in Bruce and receiver! his education there and in Hillsboro. He was employed by Olin Mathieson I u *-i 11 T.y \ jui iv:y , iff.*' »» 1111 tii 11,-. Mrs. Betty Gurley. 1425 Williams Mr?. Amy Ketchum, Bethalto. Mrs. Wilma Dillon, East Alton. Tracy Jo Vander. Bethalto. Mrs.' Helen Smith. Hartford. Mtid pull sawmills, will gather en nw.sse at Wr-ntzvillc, Mo.. Saturday and Sunday. Aug. 13 and 14, foi a st.atc-\vid«- show and series! are in good playing order and Russell has requested that they be used, not Just kept M museum pieces. The university purchased 1st. Cecilia's Hall, built in 1763 for of demonstrations. The exhibition will be um , or | the Musical Society of auspiti-s of Missouri Old Settlers!" houso me ™> m collection-^ Repairing STONE BROS TtLKfHOfft; HO Aftm, fli. * ill W. *v«od Httcr stora •* OHM* of retro*)* M* WM* HNet At*, tmi cLhrtoB «*1IM Joseph Mundy, Rt. 1. Godfrey, j and Threshers Association, a non-i Mrs. Margaret Butler. 833 Pine, j profj , organization designed to t, Ea8 L AltOT l, A; c », perpetuate the folklore and his- Mrs. Mary Nuccio, 43 S. Mam. ' ' Mrs. Joyce Martin, Hartford. ST. JOSEPH'S MF.DICAL Chemical Corp.;.,. ,,, „ ..„ ,, .,,,.. . . . I \\ayne Wuellner, 442 h. 1/ith. prior to joining | Mrs Priscl ij a Mathus. 721 Yellowstone Park and other "Twenty-six couples were watching TV, four were Shell in 1935, as an e ) e c trlcian first in the engineering field department. He instrument foreman in 1!i46. and since 1954. has been Tl \ flrTTH I- ! ! * TT *- * • ^*7 ***** v.v*i*fc,/i v»ti »» i— i *_ v* u w.1 in ••) * * • *• w»« T * -w« •»• . , Mrs. Rose!* 10 " 1 '* <* impresf in 1hp wefif ! listening to radio, and one couple was having a fight!" ! syrvir ' K ^ ciatt su P<T vlsor - ln ' Mrs. E. Thompson, who has at Our Saviour's! Jacksonville, is con-j ivalescing at the home of her' niece, Mrs. Cleatus Reynolds. Mrs. Martha Helen Bowman j returned to Kvanston Monday Graey, Franklin, associate conductress: Marcus Dodge, Me-; dora, secretary; Harvey Smith, .. . , ... Franklin, chapiam; Andrew Ran-!?""'' »^" l " n * the T T £1 dolph, Hillvi-v, marshal; Leslie } » r , m ^' ***• *,. A " ""J" Shafer, Hlllvlew, organist; Mrs.' h3r " 8t the TmVPr VlW Nurv New Students to Register Aug. 15,16 at Greenfield struments. Dolan married the former I Agnes Hinnen of Glen Carbon |in 1JI35, and t.hey have a daugh- itcr, Nancy .Teari. I He is a member of St. Paul's i Episcopal Churcn in Alton; and itho St. Louis section of the Iri- torical aspects of the district. Arthur Ell. president of the association, said that the steam engines, most of thorn in the 20-ton class, will thresh wheat, saw logs and participate in pulling con- frst.s. Berry Rd., Wood River. Bradley Hand, Rt. 2, Godfrey. Fred Field, 821 Fountain. Joseph Miller, 2616 Clawson. Merland Smith, Rt. 1, Alton. John Narup. Brussels. Mrs. Imogene Stine,-261 Dooley Mrs. Anna Hallman, 926 Easton. George Alexander, 1130 Highland SURGICAL Mrs. Marie Boehl, 626 E. 15th Miss Carol Moore. 241 Dooley. Granville Owen. 2707 College. Mrs. Sarilla Green, 1140 Vernie Dewey Webb, Tampa, Fla. DISMISSALS Miss Georgia Arnold. Roxana. George Blevins, Wood River. Mrs. Janice Dunn. 13 W. Elm. Mrs. Lola Dutchik, Wood River DISMISSALS Mrs. Ronald Woodson, Jerseyville. I Mrs. Wtti. Adams. Jerseyvill". Mrs. Anthony Olek-hr. Brusselh Mrs. Robert Kitt, Jerseyvillr. Marilyn Hooper, Jrrsc.vville. Frank Mack. Fieldon Mrs. Glen Kinder. Golden Kagle Mrs. Myron Darr, Medora. Woodrow RoherU'on, Jerseyville. Mrs. Robert G'Sell Jerseyville. DID YOU KNOW! 1. Savers at Piasa FIRST FEDERAL, the horn* of "E. I. P.'s, invested more than $1,800,000.00 during the 12 month period ending June 30, 1960. 2. You are an 'E. I. P. at Plata FIRST FEDERAL •Extremely Important Person Piasa First Federal STATE ft WALL STS. PHONE HO 5-2558 GRKKNFIELD — Registration | weeks in the home of her sister, 1 Jacoby was born in Chester- ^ia ^Ls ^^rnnv^J^.Home and with her aunt,, of „„ nw mrollPP8 anf] any empr . Adah; Mrs. Leona Meyers, Hill-! vn«w, Rulh; Mrs. Maxine Snell,! Chesterfield, Esther; Mrs. Evelyn Greenwalt, Plainview, Mar- Mrs. Anna HtJbbard. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harr and sons. Bill and John, and Mrs. (Herbert Harr will go to Springfield Saturday to attend the gency changes from the spring registration for junior-senior high students has been set for Monday Mrs. Robert Sanson. Mrs. Sanson, jstrum-nt Society of America. | Henry Hommert. Ldwardsville. Fred Humm. Bethalto. Herman Hudspeth, Hardin. Miss Christine Johnson. 1807 and was educated there. has returned home from Boyd He was employed by Interna-i Belle Memorial Hospital. Her infant, daughter, Sheila, born Aug. 1, has remained at the hospital for and Tuesday, Aug. 15 and 1(5 atia longer period. ., _- T3»l»Tlit^L* «4 n 1 'I'*"- 1 uai»jii.*n.7 »•.* uii-,..-«. ...-_ ciiivj i m .">v*f» > , f\uf^, t,t t\i r\i i.\> aii" i\jiip^\-t |j\,* jv*v«. tha: Mrs KUUI McUMieny, * aj"i wpdd j ng o{ Miss Vivian Lea the high school from 8:30 a.m. to Susan and Carol Johnessee of *Tll/t*U H lft/*t !1 ' Ivl 111 fill I AC» U/UT*r1_ .'-.___! I myra. Klcctii; Milton Lee, warder; Rich Greenwalt, Plainview, sentinel. The banquet was served by the Band Boosters Club of the school, of which Mrs. Richard Hamann McGarvey, daughter of Mrs. 4 : 3o p . m . Ona McGarvey, to Richard Dale Vlk. The wedding will be at 3 p.m. Saturday in the First Methodist Church in Springfield and will be followed by a | Taylorville are spending this' Elementary school pupils and! week with their grandparents is president. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. William Brame and daughters of Warrensburg, Mo., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freeh. Other guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Freeh were Miss Carolyn Butler and|^sltart^a^wf honored Miss Elaine Rhoads, both ofi al ' a ]awn party flnd picnic sup . Carrollton. :per gt ner nome by ner motn(M - ; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Garvels, Mrs . Richard McLane. Guests' of St. I^uis spent the weekendi wer e Mina Ashford. Mary Fran- reception at the Hotel Leland. Carrollton Girl, 11, Honored at Party CARROLLTON-Patricia Mc- iLane celebrated her llth birth junior-senior high students will pay book rental fees Aug. 17, 18, and 19 at the high school from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Kindergar- ! ten pupils will pay fees at the i elementary school. Regular class- j es will start Aug. 30 and 31. i Clas* Will Meet : GREENFIELD — Members of i the Philathea class of First Bap- Mr, and Mrs. Harley Gustine. Robert Morrow, Mrs. Beatrice Morrow, and Mrs. George Ashford, have returned from a visit i with relatives in Denver, Colo. Chesterfield Lewis, Edwards- tional Shoe Co. j Mrs. Donna at Hartford, Mrs g, oujse McMahon. Roxana. prior to begin-! Dud ley Perrett. Hartford. ..' Mrs. Doris Scheibal, Edwards- ning work for ville. Shell as a labor- j Mrs. Mrs Chesterfield Notes CHESTERFIELD — The Rev., er in the engineering field department, transferred to the gas de- Jacoby partment soon i after he began work, and since j 1947 has been serving alternately as an operator first and ; shift, foreman. ; He married the former Vir- hee M the home of Miss El Metcalf of Hartford and they have two in ta Mae Edwards. Ml ' s - »nser will be program narrator and Mrs. William wpbber and Mrs Spencer 'land family left Monday for a weeks i(j re n, Edward, living in Roxana, vacation at Osco and Avon, 111. and Janet, at home. He is a Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bode and: mern t, e r of the Roxana Presby- Mr. and Mrs. Grosch of Alton iterian Church, and at the refin- called Sunday afternoon at the; erv j s a member of the Service home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilburi Club anc j Recreation Assoeia- W. Dams. ! tion . with the latter's mother, Mrs.| Ces Mehl, Kathryn Vogt" Cathy ! vvi " ^ assisting hostesses. Oren Siebermann. i p ar ker, Carolyn Butler and Greenfield Note* Mrs. Clarence Smith is on a i Becky Smith. GREENFIELD — A group ofi Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cruick- two-week vacation from her; Hospital Note* 'brothers and sisters, ranging in j spank of Champaign, Mr. and , _. ^ . work at the Greene County Na- 1 CARROLLTON — Two babies: a S e from 83 to 72. had a reunionJMrs. F. Clark of Fort Meyers, i i5t. Mary S rlCHlC tional Bank. iwere born Sunday In Boyd Me-! last week in the home of Mrs. jFla.. and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. , ^ Dr. and Mrs. A. K. Baldwinimorial Hospital." A son waslOllie Green in Greenfield. ThejMopps of Clearwater, Fla. have Set at Brussels returned home Monday from a'born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert; group included Mrs. Green. Mrs. j been recent guests of Mr. andi BRUSSE LS — The annual pic- .._ _i-_._ *.__: _ A . At i 9 _*i- . »¥i _* T.T-. —._ :ii_ _ _ J . »n« i \,T«5V»«lltt D«l-»J-ii«t' f\t T o »nn»»^ I^Q*I • : A^»»c? TJ*i*nio \A/t*ierht' ^ u v wt » __. Ella Swain. 1017 Ninth. Veronica Stawicki, 3006 vacation trip to Alaska and oth-iTepen of Kampsville and a soniMabelle Robbins of Lanard, Kan.; |Mrs. Ernie Wright. , er points of interest in the;tc Mr. and Mrs. Ward Eldred Judge Truman Cole, Pascola, j Seaman BUI Bramley, who has " icd ; northwest. .of White Hall. William Wilson Mrs. Nina Woods entered Oui lof Carrollton entered the hos- Saviour's Hospital in Jackson-jpital Sunday for surgery and ville the last of the week for (other patients entering Sunday examination and treatment. iwere David Norris of Carlin- Mrs. Joe Davidson and Mrs. James Midkiff will entertain the members of their bridge ville, Mrs. Lydia Hires. Carroil- ton. Clifton Hammon, of Greenfield. hpld Mary's Church will be and Mo.; George Cole and Harry C.jbeen taking his boot training ati npla ^^'T h u Zn^rs will Cole. Greenfield. They ar7 the Great Lakes is here to spend his i ^il^^T" "'" leave with his parents, Mr. and| stdn dl club this evening at the Mid-! Vernon Thaxton of Greenfield jwas dismissed Sunday and Mrs. klff home. Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Darold McCollom and family of five sons and daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cole. Mrs. Robbins was accompanied here by her granddaughter, Barbara Baier of Lanard. Maj. and Mrs. Robert Burroughs and daughters, Susan and Sally, who have been residing in Marjorie Shaw and son of Car- Fajrfax Va ^.^ durjng fte rollton were dismissed Monday White Hall spent a part of last j Lewis Davenport of Kane was week in the Ozarks, Deputy i moved in the Simpson ambu- Sheriff McCoIlum being on va-j lance from Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday to -Alton Memorial Hospital. cation from his duties in the office of Sheriff Leonard Stone. Iradell Curnutt was a weekend guest of his parents, Mr. j and Mrs. Ira Curnutt. Curnutt was en route to his home in Burbank. Calif., from a business j here and in Jerseyville, were Mrs. Horace Bramley and lam-i Brussels Notes BRUSSELS — Elmer Schleeper Alby. Mrs. Melba Slayden. S. Roxana. William Swain, 1017 Ninth. Miss Diana Tate, Wood River. Vernon Maul, 136 Dooley. Michael Little, 1130 Beaumont. ALTON MEMORIAL MEDICAL Mrs. Emma Blumenberg, 3554 Aberdeen. Nancy Cagle, Bunker Hill. Kenneth Tedrick, Cottage Hills. Alsie Martin. 320 Harriett. Mrs. Dorris Gormley, 201 Michigan. Gary Simpson, Bethalto. Warren Sheets, 3217 Edsall. Kelly McLaughlin. 1923 Burling. Earlene Roberts, 413 Brookside. Mrs. Rozella Elledge, 3638 Berkeley. Mrs. Arminta Powers. Alton. Mrs. Myrtle Patterson, Moro. ! SURGICAL Mrs. Annabelle Nevins, 3114 College. George Stinson, East Alton. Louis Davenport, Kane. Janice McKenney. Dow. Mrs. Mary Swift, Cottage Hills. Kenneth Ruebling, 2311 College. DISMISSALS ' Mrs. Clare Stockton, Godfrey. Gilmer Wyatt, 3524 Wickenhauser. Mrs. Dolores Cummings, East Alton. and Mrs. Bryce Vernon |of St. Louis and his mother, Mrs. va- and family of Adamsville, Ohio, j Catherine Sehleeper, are on a visited last week at the home of [cation to New Orleans and other Mr and Mrs. Samuel E. Burns, i points -of interest in the south. The men were associated in the! Mr- and Mrs. Forrest Narup iand family of St. Louis spent the Mrs. Mary McClish, Roxana. Mrs. Greta Warren, Cottage Hills. ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL U. S. Navy- Honored at Party CARROLLTON— Mr. and Mrs. Derryl Mehrhoff of Tucson, Mrs. Charles Burroughs. They will i spend Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. Burroughs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Brown in Licking, i Mo., before leaving for California. Maj. Burroughs will leave for a tour of duty with the Marine Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wallner! weekend at the Frank Narup and iand sons returned Saturday eve-1 Ed Haug homes. Inine from a vacation at Minne-' Richard Nenke and Paul Stein jpaula Scoggins, Rosewood Hgts i returned here Saturday after Arthur Smith 2802 Edwards. Curtis Fields, Rt. 2, Godfrey. DISMISSALS J_»C* * T 1 JT*^, t II UWA 1 >.** J i4V'*rua* , • Ariz, who are visiting relatives f °'' PS in t Japa "' trip to New York City. Mr. and Roy Devine of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Martin and family of Eldred and Mrs. Harry Ziegler and daughters of | guests of honor at a dinner given Monday evening at the Colonial Room of Day's Cafe. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Korea, and Mrs. Burroughs and daughters will reside near Camp Pendleton, Calif. Mayor and Mrs. George Rives Jr. and SOD, Earlom, and grand- apolis, Minn. AJUS, 1YJ.1JUI. ! * »- !"*••'-« "--• - * ,, ... Carol Ann Dams has been ill spending two weeks at Camp Me- ™™. verna of mumps the past week. Coy, Wis. Ronald Wayne Johnson and I Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Odelehr Jr. are parents of a baby girl born at the Jersey Community Sharon Johnson of Plainview are visiting with relatives here. William Deadrick returned j Hospital. home Friday afternoon from Al-j Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kinder are ton Memorial Hospital, where j parents of a baby girl born at Mrs. Harold Tucker, Kane. | he was a medical patient several j the Jerseyville Hospital. " "' ~ ; ~' days. : Mrs. Helen Hall has been a 2406 Mills. Mrs. Minnie Stratton, Wood River. Harry Riopelle, 319 Fourth. JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Sebert Armsby, Fieldon. Miss Evelyn Elmore, Godfrey. liam Miner, Mr. and Mrs. Wal-json, Steve Rives left Friday forlpatient at Carlinville Area Hos-,Sawtell, this weekend. Miss Indian Rocks Beach, Fla., wereiter Freeh, Mr. and Mrs. Walter guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.! Eldred and Judge and Mrs. Russell Wiles. I Jack Alfeld. a vacation trip to Minnesota. ipital several days. Sawtell visited several days the Miss Ruth Ann Hagaman of| Mrs. Ed Kornack of Spring-1 past week in Springfield at the Fairview has been spending two field was a guest of Miss Ruth Kornack home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milner and family of this city and Terry Cook of Jerseyville attended the ball game in St. Louis Sunday. Miss Ann Alfeld returned home Sunday from Riverside where she had spent two weeks Protect your»«H against another POW ..OMAN EMffftGffMCr ELECTRIC PLANT tap can pr*v«* >>ar*M|M Wh*i P«w«f «tef«. « factory- and in«xp*ntiv«. oulogw «««*•*• o**'*" Onan Plant -voitA.C. W«tr«lr ol •»»••"«' «•• •••«»»• *»' of •""((•OCT. 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