Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1963 · Page 8
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June 5, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1963 Eagles^ Auxiliary Seat New Officers at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Officers oMirine presided received aifls the. Eagles and Auxiliary were in- from Iho Auxiliary and her offi- stalled Sunday afternoon in joint errs. Dinner and dancing follow- puhlic ceremonies hold at t h o od the installation. Eagle Home. Mrs. Charles Mash- Parents of Son burn served as mndame install- .JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs ing president and Mrs. Preston Gerald Pruitt of Jersoyville are Bligh was installing conductress, 'announcing the birth of a son. Paul Long was seated as worthy JHerry Allen at 5:31 p.m. Sunday president of the Eagles Aerie for',,) the .Jersey Community Hostile second consecutive term. ()th-;pj) a | T\W hahy weighed H pounds er Aerie officers installed were; J]Q ounces. Rharles Mashhurn. worthy junior, past president: Bernard MeBride.l worthy vice president: Dewey Wchb, ehaplain: U>uis Kadell,, conductor. A. R. Major, secre-j tary: Uwight William, treasurer: Waller Egelhoff, worthy innei guard; Gene Baker, worthy out-: er guard; Clifford Alexander. Charles Menzie. and Ronald Williamson. trustees for three two, and one vear terms respectively.! '"•• ; Mrs \Valter Eerlhoff was in-' pa "* «'"<•»• ™" ™"P le f « h;!S stalled as madame president of. twin sons ' Jp '7, Ler aild U "' y the Auxiliary; Mrs. William Doty. : Lnp - onp - VPal olfl a.- Junior past president: Mrs. Son Horn to Couple Ronald Williamson, madame vice; JF.RSEYVILL1-:—Mr. and Mrs. piesident; Mrs. Truman Brooks, 'Karl Rench of Jerseyville are madame chaplain: Mrs. George parents of H son born at (5:51 a.m. Bixx>ks. madame conductress; | Sunday at the .Jersey Community Mrs. Arthur Isrinehausen, treas-iHospital. The hahy has been namurer: Mrs. Edward Boker, insideied Kevin Lee and he weighed 7 guard: Mrs. Leo Wittman. outside pounds l.'l ounces, guard: Mrs. Vera Barnes pianist; He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Alexander, Mrs. Mrs. Benjamin Brown and Mrs. Dewey Webb ajid Mrs. Raymond iFORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lulll Jerseyatis Visit Little (irassv Lake He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stalon and Mrs. Harry Staton of Graf ton and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Pruitt of .Jerseyville: and is a great grandson of Mr. ' land Mrs. Barclay Vaneil of Kane: "JMr. and Mrs. Leslie Stolon of Alton; Mrs. Anna DeSherlia of Grafton and Mrs. Humiston of Otter- ;M > Tllf ville. Sunday at noon Visits Grandson and Family and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Keehner and daugh- (schafer visited at the Bowen home in Jerseyville Friday. "I ran remember when a chocolate bar was a chocolate bar. Now it's corn syrup, cocoa, salt, emulsifiers. and delicious artificial flavors." Rench of Greenville and Want things? Read the Want Ads. sreat grandson of M i s. ! _;_^L:.:^ri7:^^i:~ir.^"j.::.~:'.::.;:: Ethridge of Greenville, j, to her marriaue M r s. was Miss Ixiis Brown. couple JERSEYVILLE — The Phil athea Class of the First Methodist Church sponsored its annual excursion to Little Grassy Lake at Carbondale. over the weekend. Seven members and their families made the trip. In the uroup were: Mr. and Mrs. Tom I.-inn and family; Mi. and Mrs. Vincent Richey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Claries Wade and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hiirold Blakorby and son. David, and their nephews. Ronnie and Steve Blackoihy. Mr. and Mrs. George Walkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson a n d family and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Daughterly anci family. Itiirracks Fish Fry JERSEYVILLK - The annual i fish fry given by members of the Barracks of World War I Veterans and Auxiliary, will be held at the American Legion Homo JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. B. H.'ter of Green Bay. Wis., who spent Bowen returned Tuesday f r o mi several days at the Keehner home ... . . . .. i , ,1. _i ;ii» njr.»* ri-*«rtKMfti» t o nni'-ont'Q i Alton where she visited at the i home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Keeh- and with Mrs. Keehner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Schnfer of Brighton. The Wisconsin family and Mrs. Bakety to Close PARIS—Owners of a French bakery say they may close down completely due to automation. CORMS Kojaf qalek Milaf »nd I tptciWy rrtnflv* Bchinftl Corns with thin, cushion- [ (lift Dr. Scholl'B Kino-1 plrln. Cmt but a trifla.1 D- r Scholls lino pads and with the couple's sou You Can Count on Us...Quality Costs No More at Seara is a Mary Prior Rench Other children of tin are ,lames 17, Sharon If! and Benny .10. Transferred to Alton Memorial JERSEYVILLE — Charles Glossop of Jerseyvillc, who has been a patient at the Jersey Community Hospital, has been transferred H> the Memorial Hospital in Alton for further obsei-vanee. AT GIBSON JEWELRY & GIFT Dngan, trustees for tliree, t w o and one year terms respectively. Mrs. Preston Bligh is serving as secretary through appointment made by the past madame president. Mrs. William Doty, to fill the vacancy created by the death of Mrs. Hugh Roberts who had served in this post for 14 years. | Her term of office will expire in June, 1964. I Mrs. Preston Bligh was named j "Mother of the Year" and re-; ceived her crown from the out- j going "Mother of the Year," Mrs. Thelma Alexander. , Mrs. Darlene Doty, daughter j of the junior past president, was; soloist for the installation, dedi-, eating numbers to the incoming! and retiring presidents and to the^ "Mothers of the Year." The re- >niB ••••••••• I Telegraph Want: Ads "CLICK m •¥• • • • • • •••••¥••••••'•• I» •••¥••• • • FIRST-QUALITY EYEGLASSES EXAMINATION, LENS AND FRAMES, COMPLETE ONLY 9 Vision Bifocals So more WHY PAY MORE? 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