Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVEiNING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1903 Greene 4 -H i Judging Meetl To Be June 12 CARROLLTON - The agri- eultural 4-H clubs of G v r p n c County will have their ;innual livestock judging conlcsl June 12 dl 9 a.m. .'it the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Willwrt .Joyce of Greenfield, where href and hogs will he judged. Sheep will ho judged al Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Kinser near Greenfield and dairy cows 'Vill be judged al the 'mine of Mr. mid Mrs. Charles Tiixlun, also of Greenfield. Contest judge will he liu.v O. Petty, principal of Cm rolllon High School and former vocational agriculture teacher at Ihe school. Car Catches CARROLLTON - Firemen of Cur roll Ion Fire Proteclion District were called to the Carrol Itnn square Saturday when a car ovvn- ed by Marion Edwards caught fire Most of the wiring was burned from the motor and some of the CHI- paint was damaged. Hospital N'ntt'S ( AKROI.LTON — Mrs. Myrtle Did; r.son of Cnrrolllon entered Hoyvi Memorial Hospital Friday lor surgery. Entering Friday as ned, cat |>alients were Ora B. \Vhrclev of Kane and William Ral l'et> of Greenfield. Mrs. M;m Lo\ : I ol Ciirrollton was arlmilled Satin ri;i.\ for surgery. iM-s. NcvfidM (.'rum of Kane mid Lucille Spencer of Green wore dismissed from (he hos- Friday. Dismissed Siiliird;u Mrs. Klhel Miiracsuii ol Mrs. | Ka.\ I Airs. liel-i pital «e>v Kan-. Airs. Agnes Overhoy, Kls!.-i!eeu Parker and Mrs. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull ijibeison. all of C'arrolllon. Ciirnillloi: \olr-. (Y.RKOLLTON — Jerry Car- mou.v reiurned to St. Louis Sunday al'tei spending a few days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cla'i Cannody. The Rev. and Mrs. Darwin Rolens .inii children reiurned home Krula> from Milrpli\shorn where: the\ had spenl Memorial Day, Brussels Honor Roll Announced Carrolltoii Golden Fellowship to Meet "You lake of the 1 birds, Jen, and I'll watch the chicks, Church Women lo IMrcl at Carrolllon Mrs. White To Teach at St. avier s Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH. » pleasant alknlln* fnon-RCid) powder, linlcls dilsc tcelh more firmly .To cat and talk in more comfort, lust sprinkle B little FAS- TEETH on your plates Nn cummjr. gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Ch»oM "plate odor" (denture breath) Go* FASTEETH Rt any dnig counMr CARROLLTON — A pledge •rvice conducted hy Mrs. John '- )a - v ;Byland will form the program for with Ihe Rev. Rolen's parents, Mr.l,|j ( , ,, UV |ing of Ihe Women's So- iind Mrs. John Rolens of St. Louis,i ( .j p |y ,,f Christian Service of the wiio are vacationing Him' wiU'lMelhodist Church al 2 p.m. Wed-! JKKSKYVILLL' — Mrs. Edith rcli:lives. Tuesday at Ihe church. The wor-jwhin. -,\ retired teacher in Jer Mis. John Conrarl of SI. Peters-jship service will he led hy Mrs. | .- t , y i oiiimunity Unit, has aceept- bun.' Kla.. and her daughteivKennelh Byland. Hostesses will , t j , position as a lay leaeher al Mrs. Almeda Hotchkin-- ol Los,he Mrs. Glenn Diehl. Miss Marie S |. Francis Xavier's Parochial Aii'.'cles. Calif., sire visiting Mrs. \\'itt. Mrs. Hugh Strickland and Coiv.iil's son-in-law and daughter., Mrs. Donald Langer. ! CARROLLTON — The Golden j Fellowship of the Methodist |Church will he entertained I'ri- iday afternoon, June 7, at the home •of Mrs. Wayne Martin, with I Mrs. Everett Shaw as assisting hostess. The program will be presented hy Mrs. Ollie Henkel and the worship service will be eon- ducted hy Mrs. Max Smith. Kinder, Oarlene Kronable, Paul- elte Siemer. Beverley YVeigel. Mossman. freshman. Helen Bonner, Marie Bonner. Pat- lisl with an S..i aver- ty Jacohsmeyer, Karne Jones. David Kinder Helen Droege. David Eherlin, Hugh Kinder, Toby Seheeper. JoAnn Weishaar, Jim Sehullo. Mike Navarre, Tom Carol Siemer. Sharon Held. Don- .Nolle. Barbara Tepen, Roger ,na Kherlin. Sonja Freand. Judy Wioncke. Larry Bimsla.ger, Mar- jHeld. Theresa Nolle. Brenda carel Kiel. Jim Mecauley, Lee I Brock. Sandra Moses, William Sherman. Mary Sievers, David i Navarre. Linda Tepen. Stolhrink. Eugene Wieneke, Phil! John Bussen, Joan Droege, Shir- ip Droege. Evan Eherlin, Fred !ley Poppe. Pally Schulte, Clifton! Jones. Pennie Kinder. Larry Eb•Crain. Jennifer Hagen, L i n d a Berlin, Jim Held. FINAL WEEK TO REGISTER! BRUSSELS - Honor students for the sixth six weeks and sec- mid semester al Brussels High School were announced hy Ihe school last week. Gregory iheads Ihe iai'e for the si.\ weeks and S.S for .Ihe semester. Others on the honor roll are: Marv Xahrli. Judv McKenney. Bi Sr|>r.. she Mr. .MIC! Mrs. Clair Cannody and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. ,-niil Mrs. Calvin Conrau. httstj ... busy • • • find it more and more convenient to pay all their bills by check. When you pay-by-check, yon have more lime lo spend doing the things you want to do. If you don't have a checking account . . . see Wedge Bank about your thrifty Wei\$e. Checking Account! MEMBE WON The Women's Organization of the Preslnterian church will meet ! Wednesday at 1 p.m. at (he church for a covered dish luncheon fol- ' lowed by a program in which .members of Ihe group are to be dressed to represent missionaries. To Attend Convention CARROLLTON — Dale it ings, son of Mr. and Mrs. jliam Ceilings Sr.. of Eldred, ley Martin, son of Mr. and Carl Martin of Eldred, and James Stuart son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Stuart of Carrolltoii will represent Carrolllon High School Future Farmers of America chapter at the 35th annual State FFA Convention June 1] through June 13 at University of Illinois. Gettings and Stuart are the for Ihi 1 UlUa-lil school year. is spending the summer in Tox., with her son and daughler-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart White and with hei son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fur I Her/ogenrath and their families Leaving for Ale/do JLRSEYVILLK — Miss Mable Van,•!-. a member of the teaching staff of the Jersey Community Ilit,!i School, is leaving !his week for hor home in Alecio. III., lo sp-.'iiJ (lie summer. Announce lilrlh of Son JKRSI'.'yVlLLE — Mr. and Mrs. Geome Scoll of Ficlclon are parents of a bov horn at 3:11 a.m. Get- Wil- Wes- Mrs. al the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby Mas beeni nami-ci Gregory Alan and hei jTp'.iweighed 7 pounds and 14 ounces.. He is a grandson of Mr. and; Mrs Herman Blaokorby and Mr. | and Mrs. Pearl Scott of FieldosJ Before her marriage Mrs. Scott j was Miss Marilyn Blackorby. The couple has another son. Kenneth Dale, aged 21 months. To Ob.si.Tvc Anniversary JERSKYVILLE — The Rev. and Mr.'. Frank Goss will celebrate their third anniversary in Jersey- 1 villr this week and special services will be held to observe the. event. Rev. Goss is pastor of the; Fiiv.l Assembly of God Church in his city, and came here from chapter delegates and Martin is< a member of the 90-piece Slate j FFA band. ! Munshon Graduated ' CARROLLTON — Carl E.; Moushon. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Moushon. was graduated to- 1 day from Iowa Wesleyan College i at Ml. Pleasant Iowa, with a major in business administration and economics. Moushon was married April G •to Miss Susan Halfiold and they •reside at Mt. Pleasant. Kc'i'i'ivi's Degree CARROLLTON — Miss Donna Meyer daughter of Mr. and Mrs.; B '"» lso11 - Mo - Bolh Rev - and Mrs i Louis Meyer of this city, received Goss :m ' K'™luatcs of the Central ; a bachelor of arts degree in math- Bible Institute in Springfield. Mo. iL-niutics. uiih a minor in English,. Visits .'Mother Menial the centennial commencement JERSEYVILLE — Dan-ell Blish ;program of Ml. St. Sehola.stic.su left Sunday for his homo -in Dcn- I College at Atchison, Kans.. Thurs-i ver Colo., after visiting since jday. May 30. ; Thursday with his mother, Mrs. j | Mr. and Mrs. Meyer andjZelta Blish at the home of his| I daughters. Miss Elizabeth a n dj brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and j Miss Mary, and son. attended I he! Mrs. J. E. Holladay. i commencement exercises. Missl Other guests al the Holladay j Meyer plans to spend the mostj'xjme included Mr. and Mrs. Earl jof the summer al her home here. ! \Vighiman and Mr. and Mrs. Will- To Go lo Annapolis iani Holladay and family ol Al-'. CARROLLTON — Arthur Man-'ion and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cam-• orer and children of Eldred. Transferred to Hospital JLHSEYVILLE — Mrs. Ed! Kiivhner of Hardin, who has beeni a piiient in the Jersey Conimun- 1 iiy Hospital, has been translerred lu Ih" Memorial Hospital in Alton tor li.rthor observance. Ti'i'alcd lor Hunil Injury JKHSEYVILLE — Mrs. Charles Rue ol Jerseyville was brought in inr- Jersey Community Hospital <il 7 p.m. Friday for treatment of an injury received while clos-i ing Mil- 1 garage door at her home. She caught her hand in the door lacerating the middle linger of the riglv Hand. She was released after Mau:pin is visiting his parents, Mr. land Mrs. Carl Maupin, until June 119, when he will leave for the: I U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md.. where hi; has been ac cepled as a midshipman for four years of study. Maupin was graduated May 17 from the United Slates Naval Preparatory school at Bainbricige, Md. Mrs. Raflis Resigns Post al Jersevville fiill'Service Wedge Hank" JKRSEYVILLE - Mrs. Donald Raftis who has been secretary in the office of the Jersey County Agriculture Extension S e r v i c o the past five years, has resigned •and is being succeeded by Mrs., i Harry Munt/ of Jerseyville. Mrs. i MunU has been secretary for ithe Country Mutual Insurance ; Agency in the l''arm Bureau build- •ing. Miss Janice Guilamler, lf)i!li i.graduate of I he Jersey Cornnum: it.\ p High School, will succeed Mrs. •Muntx in the Insurance Agency jpusi. She is the daughter of Air. 'and Mrs. Robert Guilander of I Kane. j YisitiiiK in X«'H Jersey i JI-;RSEYVILLE - Miss Martha Wuolsey. daugliter of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Woolsoy. left Sunday •lor Long Branch, N.J., to be • guest for a month of her cousins, 1.1. and Mrs. William J. Walts land family. Daughter Itorn to (,'ouplr JLKSI-^A'ILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Don iid Bai'llell of Hamhui'g have' give n tin.' name Linda Desiree' to llicii infant daughter Ixirn al l:ll!) a.m Thursday al the Jersey Com- uiiinil.s Hospital. The hah) : weighed N pounds and i' ounces. Sii, is a granddaughter of Mr. •UK! Mrs. Walter Laird of Ham- hur.L, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Han ell of Alton. Mi's. Bail loll i was formerly .Miss Verlciie Laird. : O'lier c:liildren of Ihe couple are j Rick', j. Randy '.'> and Connie 2. j i Parents ol Hoy j | ,'KRSKYVILLK - A son, James: Kevin, was born lo Mr. and Mrs/ James Harp ol Jerseyville at 7:11 a.m. Friday al die Jersey Com-' munity Hospital. The baby weigh-! i.ul ~( pounds and 10 ounce's and j lie .!• Ihe first child of the couple. | Grandparents of Ihe hllle lioyi are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lester j and Mr. and Mrs, Clifton Harp ol Ji-rseyvillc. P'br lo her marriage Mrs. Mary was Miss Jewel Lester. On Vacation in Kentucky JKKSEYVILLE — Miss Emma j F. Bradlvy. physical education in- strncior at Ihe Jersey Community Mipi School, is spending two \vecl>-. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Bradloj in Pool, Ken!U('k> . MarriuKt* Licenses firanlcd ,li;ti.SEYVILLK — A marriage license was issued in Ihe office of C'.imly C'k'rk Linda Crolchett Krid;iy lu Robert F. Cope and Air:. Virginia F. Chappell. both of .li.-rseyvillc. A license was granted lo G. Rudcipli of Rle. 1 Grafton and .lu.v;-i- A. Lane, Kle. 1, Uow on Mic. L'S. AMSTERDAM — Duteh police have arrested a local loaiishark who spi'ciali/es in loaning money for one hour lo people who would lake it and show it al consulates to prove they hail enough travel- in;-' money to gel a visa. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" HIRSCH ALTON PLAZA STORE ONLY £121 SHOPPING CENTER EAST BROADWAY, ALTON ^ Vacation for Two at LADIES' RAYON , " \ BRIEFS 5 p* 1.00 NEW $6,000,000 Sizes; 5, 6, 7—Regular 39c Machine Washable—White Only LADIES' COTTON SHIFT GOWNS Drip-Dry Cotton Asst. Floral Patterns Sizes S-M-L 1.99 Values Alton Plaza and Wilshire Village Open Monday Night Till 9 P.M. HOTEL m PEAK of PERFECTION ! DACRON/COTTON SPORT SHIRT ...gives you utmost satisfaction. reasons are simple as: The A ctivity won't phase it B etter wearing by far C arefree wash 'n wear $298 Made of 65% Dacron/35% Combed Cotton with perma stay top stitched collar- tv/o pockets - pleated two-button cuffed short sleeve. White, Blue Pastel, Tan Pastel, Grey Pastel, Olive Pastel and Iridescent Shades of Blue, Tan, Olive. Sizes S-M-L-XL. Includes: • Deluxe Hotel Room • Two Gourmet Buffet Dinners • Two "Civil War" Breakfasts • Lifetime Membership in the Hacienda Hotel Exclusive Golf Club • Two Rounds of Golf Daily on Hacienda's 9 Hole Night Lighted Golf Course • Two Spectacular Midnight Floor Shows at Two of Las Vegas' Most Famous "Strip" Hotels • Ground Transportation To and From McCarran Air Field • Luncheon Served On Flight To Las Vegas • FREE Air Transportation Both Ways PLUS W° EXTRA EXPENSE MONEY! ALTON PLAZA Barber Shop Formerly Located In Monticello Plaza NOW OPEN TUE., JUNE 4 AT ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Our staff of skilled operators welcome all their customers to stop by this new modern shop. For everyday good grooming needs make this a weekly habit. Register In Any Store Listed: i Krogers • Ben Franklin • Thrifty Drug • Glik's • P. N. Hirseh • Associates Loan Co. • Salon of Edward • Paulene's • Olan Mills Studio • Kitzmiller Beauty College • Skaggs Cafeteria • Scotchwash • Montgomery Ward WEIL FLY THE WINNERS TO LAS VEGAS! l/se This Entry Form Snrry: Employes and I-HiTiilies ol Alton I'Ui/.ii are not eligible lo enterl Drawing Saturday, June 8 i WIN A TRIP TO LAS VEGAS! p Plus $100.00 EXPENSE MONEY (P ALTON PLAZA BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION |P Please Enter My Name In the Drawing: IP Name |l Address City Phone State. AET 6/3/63

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