Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 10, 1963 · Page 9
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June 10, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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MONDAY, JUNE 10,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Rev. Christiansen New Pastor at Carrollton CARROLLTON — the fcev. Roger Christiansen of East Peoria Is new pastor of the Methodist church by action of the Methodist Conference last week and he will begin his pastorate here June 16. The Rev. and Mrs. Christianson will move to Carrollton this week. Mrs. Christiansen was a technologist In a hospital in Peoria while they were living there. The Rev. Christiansen succeeds the Rev. Charles Fradenburgh, who with the members of his family will move Thursday to Deland where the Rev. Fradenburgh has accepted the pastorate of the Methodist church In that city. The Rev. Fradenburgh, who was also moved by action of the Methodist Conference, completed a two-year pastorate at the morning service Sunday In the local Methodist church. The Rev. and Mrs. Fradenburgh and family were guests of honor at a farewell dinner Saturday evening. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. Edward Grueter had X-rays taken at Boyd Memorial Hospital Friday afternoon for an ankle injury which she sustained in a fall in the yard at her home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Fox of Patterson are the parents of a son born Saturday in the local hospital. Admitted Friday as medical patients were Louis Carter, M r s. Louise McGuire, Mrs. Stella Adams, of Carrollton; Ray Thomas of White Hall; Miss Patricia Ann Ruyle and Clinton Pegram Sr. of Eldred. Admitted for surgery was Miss Robin Ann Clendenny of Mozier. Mrs. Blanche Harr of Greenfield was admitted Saturday. Dismissed Friday were Roger Range of Greenfield, Arthur Lynn Scthaler of Carrollton and Miss Robin Ann Clendenny of Mozier. Dismissed Saturday were Carl Kevin and Mrs. Shirley Snyder of Carrollton; Byrl McGlasson and Miss Patricia Ann Ruyle of Eldred. Counsellor at Cnmp CARROLLTON - K. B. Mehl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mehl, left Sunday for Marquette Park at Graflon where he will be a counsellor at a boy's camp there for three weeks. MUNICH — An eating exhibition is planned in this German city. Loyal Daughters to Meet at Carrollton CARROLLTON - Loyal Daughters class of the Christian Churcl will have a carry-in supper Tuesday evening at the home of Ivy Doyle. An auction sale will be held of the articles which were left in the ladies aid room on the west side of the square when the new basement in the church was completed and the kitchen facilities in the aid room were moved to the basement. Two Youths Graduate CARROLLTON — Terry Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hollyn Jackson, and Paul Rawe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Rawe, both of this city, received diplomas Friday evening at the 53rd commencement exercises of the David Rankin Jr. School of Mechanics and Trade at St. Louis. Jackson is a graduate of the machine shop and has accepted a position with the Defiance Machine and Tool Co. Rawe graduated in carpentry jut has not definitely decided upon his position. Attending the ceremonies were Mr. and Mrs. Hollyn Jackson, Mrs. and Mrs. John Andrews and son, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rawe of this city, Mr. and Mrs. Ola Walker of Greenfield, Mrs. Fred Belike and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schwab of Jerseyville. Home From Hawaii CARROLLTON - Lt. Col. and Mrs. Guy H. Quick and family, ,vho have been stationed in Ha- vaii, will leave there June 15 for he mainland and expect to be lere in early July. Mrs. Quick s the former Martha March, daughter of Mrs. S. F. March of his city and the late Dr. S. F. March. Camp Counselor CARROLLTON — The Rev. Darwin Rolens, pastor of First Baptist Church, left Sunday for Lake Springfield Baptist Camp where he will spend two weeks as a counselor for the junior citizenship camp which is sponsored by the Department of Juvenile Protection of the American Baptist Convention. BEIRUT — Lebanon has granted permission for the building of a chewing gum factory. GIGANTIC 20 Ounces.. .The largest size quality hair spray you can buy! GIGANTIC Up to an extra 20 days supply of Living Curl at no extra cost to you! GIGANTIC Savings ,35 value! 3Cn For Special Limited Time Offer! 75 plutu /ON DRU& STORE 5 KC's Plan Fete at Jersey JERSEYVILLE - Jerseyville Council Knights ff Columbus is completing plans for a week-end celebration of its 50th anniversary Saturday and Sunday. Registration will be Saturday afternoon in the Council Home, followed by a smorgasbord dinner from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and a dance beginning at 9 p.m., also at the council headquarters. On Sunday morning the 'Fourth Degree members will assemble at the Council Home and march in procssion to attend the 10 o'clock Mass at St. Francis Xavier's Church. They will be in full dress regalia and a float is planned to commemorate the golden anniversary. Open House will be held at the K. of C. Home from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday and the celebration will conclude with a banquet at 6:30 p.m. in the Holy Ghost Parish Hall. Herbert A. D6wney of Ml. Vernon, state treasurer of the Knights of Columbus in Illinois, a former resident of Jerseyville, will speak at the dinner. \ Joseph Susnig is general chairman of the 50th anniversary celebration. Other committees are as follows; History, charter and 25-year member committee, John and Daniel Tuohy; awards committee, Joe Kuebrich and Bernard Schroeder; food, Henry Goetten, Paul Kuebrich, Jake Dean, Carl Beiermann, Al Bott, and Robert Malloy; money-making committee, Al Schleper,' Ray Bunse and Ernie Pohlman; entertainment, Don Woolsey, Fred Vaughn, William Tracy; decora- ions, Dr. B. H. Klueg, Martin Walsh and John Pero; speakers, the Rev. Father William Maul and Ray Alexander. Former Resident III JERSEYVILLE — Thomas A. Woods of the Dow vicinity was called to Silex, Mo., the past week by the illness of his mother, Mrs. Ruth Howard. Mrs. Howard, 92, is a former resident of Jerseyville. Truck Sale Backfires BRUSSELS — A large Belgian importer has lost his rights to do business with American firms until he explains the sale of an American truck to a Red country. Dinner to Honor Pastor At Shipman-Dorchester SHIPMAN - The Rev. and Mrs. James Mailer and family will be guests of honor on Sunday, June 16, when members and families of the Shipman Lutheran and Dorchester Lutheran congregations give a potluck dinner and shower in the Shipman Community Park in their honor. The t%vo congregations have recently created a new charge, with the Rev. Haller as pastor. He and his family moved into the parsonage in Shipman after his ordination in Minnesota several weeks ago. The final plans for the reception of the new minister and his family were made at a meeting of the Ladies Air Society at the home of Mrs. Charles Keck on Thursday. Five women from Dorchester were guests. Mrs. Keck presented the devotions and Miss Bertha Shultz gave the lesson. Plans were discussed for a new organ to be on trial at the church. Refresh ments were served by Mrs. Leslie Alward, Mrs. Donald Dankenbring and Mrs. Keck. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brayton and Pvt. and Mrs. Larry Crees of West Liberty, Iowa, spent Friday with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jaynes. Mrs. Grace Henson, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Dugan and Mr. and Mrs. Otto U. Meyers were in Springfield Friday evening to pay their respects to the late Mrs. Ida Mae Schell. Dennis Skaggs left Sunday for Camp Warren Levis where he has summer employment. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hamp have moved from the Lutheran parsonage to the William Schoeneman home in the east part of town to reside until their new Tornado Breaks Up Minnesota Birthday Party JANESVILLE, Minn. (AP)— A farmer, his family and guests a a birthday party for the man's wife raced away in cars Sunday to escape a tornado that wreckec most of the farm buildings. About 32 persons were at the Robert Britton farm for Mrs Britton's birthday. 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