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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1963 Bill Downey qf Jersey To Attend Boy^s State FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull 3 Treated for Injuries at Jersey Hospital .TKRSEYV1UJ-; - Bill Downey., son of Mr. «nd Mrs. R n I p h ' Downey has liccn chnscn In rep resent the American Lrizlon ;il' Boy's Sl.-ile at Ihe Illinois State j Fairgrounds I h e last week in [ June. He is a .nminr al Jersey Coin- .JKRSKYVILLK — Robert Fleni- munity Hiph School and «as il1u ^ son O f M n M , K ] Mrs. Paul selected by a committee consist- ].-] ( , m j, 1Lr ,,f Jcrso.vvillr. was Irent- irig Of Scott Courier, high school ,.,) i( | H K , jn-sry Coniniunity Hos- prihcipal; Judue John Self and pj| a | , l( j;..).-, p m Tuesday for a Russel Co.\. teacher at \Vesl Kir- |. u . on ,ijnii of the index fincer of nientary, who is also an officer:,|, (1 ) r f| | U , IK | m;e ived when a of the local Lesion Post. Take the Helm of Your Own Boat and Have Fun! Skipper your outboard or inboard motorboat and enjoy a new world of fun. Finance your craft on a low-cost Boat Loan from us. Convenient terms. See or call Ken Kloos at MiDSTATES FINANCE GO. 311 Ridge near Broadway PHONE HO 2-9214 (knife he was usintr slipped. Su:lures were required. : Mrs. Leon Blackorhy of Jersey- Iville sustained a laceration of the forehead early Wednesday morn- 'inu in an accident al her home. She stubbed her toe on a floor | •_- *O • 1 furnace at her home and fell, hit-1 I ^1'SCV VjU'l lin.i; her forehead on thc corner of j*' »/ the television. She was released i . -. |1~^TT A " fit>r ii '<-<<" w " 1 - i Awardedr HA Ed Thompson, fl. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson of Jerseyville. sustained a laceration of the head Wednesday al '2:40 p.m. when he fell out of the hack of aj truck near his home. He was ad- "I don't care HOW your teacher does it, you carry 1, see and put it HERE, see, and that makes 13—now SHUT UP for a minute—and then you add the 3 to the 7—1 don't know why, you just do, and okay, why don't you have HER help with your homework then?" ! Scholarship Baptist Bible School Slated For Carrollton Carrollfoii Men Home on Leave CARROLLTON — Pyt. Wyall Wood and A2e David Wood with their sister. Mrs. Palma Jean Rieli of Joliet have been spending a leave here with their mother. Mrs. Edward Lee, and Mr. Lee. ! Pvt. Wyatt Wood* and Pvt. (Ward Wood left Thursday to re- Jlurn to Foil Polk. La., where (hey have been reassigned for (eight weeks, having completed 'their basic training there. Pvt. jWyatl Wood is taking NCO train- ling while is brother is taking air- i borne training. j A2e David Wood is staloned at the Ail-force Base at Lincoln. Neb. Commissioned Lieutenant CARROLLTON — Gerald Koster. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hosier, received his commission as a Second Lieutenant Friday when he graduated from Marine Corps Officers Training School at Quantico. Va. He will be stationed at Quanti- eo for the present attending basic schooling. CARROLLTON — The Daily Vacation Bible School of Zion Bap- through • Under State of Illinois Supervision Some new cai warranties offer you "long term" protection on part of the car. then shortchange you with as htlle as I? months' coverage on the resl-important items like radiator, muffler, suspension system. JfcRSEYVILLE - Miss Margarel Cunningham, daughter of |ti«t Church w,ll he June mmen ai me jersey 1,011111111.11- ; ; Ml . ;mc| Mrs ' c|if(on Cunninc; | mm jJune 15 al the church. ty Hospital for further observ.i-, S] . f| mcmbcl . of , he 1953 grad- Registration will be Friday turn, after treatment.. juating class of the Jersey Com-(May 3] at 8:30 a.m. School will deceives Assislaiilship jimmity High School, has been!begin daily at 8:30 a.m., with the JERSEYVILLE — John P. Kiie-j mv;m j PC ) t lie'Slate Future llome-i except ion of June 3, when it will brich has received a graduate as-jn^^p,.,; O f America degree by the|begin al 1 p.m. sistantship from Kansas Univer-jsiute Association of FHA. ; T he Rev. Norman Ward is pas- sity to do graduate work toward; shc wi ,, reL . eivc he) . cert ifi ca ie i tor of the chureh. a master's degree in chemistry. ; Jn ., ue ,. emony ;ll t |, e state Lead He received his B. S. degree ! ers | lip Conference at Illinois State May 30 in exercises al Quincy! Nornla | University. Normal. III., College in Quincy. He is one of June 2?> shr , c(ua | itiec i for thc c | e . six to receive awards for pursu-1 S1 , t , p by wor |dng throughout her ing graduate studies. fm|1 . yo . lrs in !,[„!, S( .\ vm \ \ n Kuehrich is the son of Mr. and i FHA, other school, community, Mrs. Leo J. Keubrich of t h el church and 4-H activities. I'emper vicinity. -phis is the first .time a mem- Mr, and Mrs. Keubrich went tO:|, er of t | w j e ,- se yvitle chapter of Quincy to attend the graduation, i Future Homemakers of America ihas received the State Degree. ~~~^~~"~~~~"~^~~~~~~^ Tarty for Veterans ^JFRSEYVILLE — Members of the Jersey County Barracks of World War 1 Veterans and i t s Auxiliary, sponsored a parly Tuesday tor veterans at Spruce Cottage at the Stale Hospital in Allon. Those in the group included, Mrs. Frank Loy, Mrs. John Springman, Mrs. Emma Powell, Mrs. John Meuth, Mrs. Ben Kallal. Mrs Clem Schleper and Mrs. Frank Tracy. Former Resident Here JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Robert Jobf!' and younger children, Kathy and Steve of Loretto, Pa. ar- iv«: Thursday to visit at Ihe home of City Police Officer, and Mrs. Charles Wesley Moses. Mr. Jobe.- and two older children, Maris and Penny, will join the rest u) 1 the faniiy here as soon as school is dismissed. Mrs. Jobe.s, who was formerly M'sh Mary Jacobs of Jerseyville, will attend the reunion of her class at MoiUiccllo College and also lhat of the 1953 graduating class of the Jersey Community High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Jacobs, formerly ol Jerseyville who now reside/ al Sarasola, Fla. DISCOUNT! LADIES' Wedge and Slacked Heels • TIES • CASUALS Nationally Advertised 12.115 sellers. Sizes •! to 13 M, N and S 4 AC widths "tiUy Others from S2.9I) to $6.95 WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-00 E. 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