Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 11, 1963 · Page 6
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MACJEfilX A1.1 ON K\ KNIN<; TET,E(}KAl J H TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1963 Rev. Charles A. Muskus To Mark Anniversary Celebration of the '25th anniversary of the ordination lo the priesthood of the now retired Rev. Charles A. Muskiis. first resident pastor of SI. Cecilia's Parish. Glen Carbon, will In- held in thai Parish Sunday. The eolehration will consist of a Mass of Thanksgiving offered by Father Muskus himseld in SI. Cecilia's Church al II:.'10 a.m.. fol loivorl by a buffet lunch served l>\ \\'ompn of the Altar Society lo Ihe jubilariaii and all the relatives. friends and acquaintances who romr lor his reception in SI. O cilia's Hall from 1 to .'! p.m. No formal invitations arc being senl out. Father Muskus has rev er coni- pletply recovered from (lie injuries incurpd in an automobile af'i- dent in March 195:.'. Father Muskus now resides al St. Joseph's Hill mfirmar\. Eureka. Mo. HP was born in Lithuania. Aug. K. WOK. came to America at the age of three, attended grade schools al New [Baden. i\o- komis and was sent to the Calh- GREENFIELD — Pasl worthy olio Orphanage al -117 Prospect matrons and worthy patrons of street in Alton. After the eighth (| 1( -, Order of Eastern Star will grade graduation. llr attended St.:i, o |, n norr>d at a meeting Tluirs- Jersev Club » Makes FMiins For Y ear RKV. MUSKUS l Locljje To Honor GREENFI Mary's Mission House at Techny. III., worked for three years al Ruma. 111., helping to build the nf.v Motherhousc for the Most Precious Blood Sisters. He studied at Quincy College and took his philosophy and theology at SI. Mary day night in the social rooms of the Baptist Annex. A potluck supper will precede the business meeting and program at (i:.'{0 p.m. Mrs. Russell Morrow matron. and other JKRSKYVILLK - Plans for tin i-liming yea i' for Jerscyvillp Jim ior Woman'* Club have bee 1 made al several meetings held recenlK. including a session o> the uays and means committee al the home of Mrs. John Peru Mrs. Richard Gubser is gencr al chairman of the ways a n d means committee and chairmen for various money-making pro.j ccts have been named. The first meeting ol Ihe ni>v board of directors was held al the home ol Mrs. Eldon Kanallakan. Mrs. Kanallakan introduced her new board which includes the (following: Mrs. Richard Gubser, i Ways and Means; Mrs. James i ! White, finance; Mrs. Carl Gross,! membership and social: Mrs.; Richard Allen, publicity, press; : book and reservations: Mrs. i i Charles Baker, chairman of de-> ' partmpiits. The members of committees and departments will be/ announced later. Mrs. Eldon Kanallakan. presi- • — — dent and Mrs. Mary Riiltoul. past \ ri \\-p chosen the name Janet Kay 1:15 p.m. Sunday. He fell near president, attended the L'flth Di<- | 0 r t| lr jf miaul daughter bornjhis home and hurl his left el- Irict board meeting at Jackson- ; ,i unc s a | Jersey Community Hos-jbow. He was treated at the hos- . villo. , pilal. The baby weighed 9 pounds, j pital and then released. Jersey DeMolay Class To Be Named for Kirby j .TERSEVVILLE — Thomas W. Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. i Kirbj of .lerseyvillo. who was lhn| August Reynolds, will be seated I first DeMolay in Jersey Cdunty.j fls '"'' is|p '' councilor, 'will be honored by the Jersey-'i Other elective officers are; of DeMolay on June class of candidates in .lerseyvillo, as did his|ment has been made of the re- bel'ore him, affiliated with MINISTER GREETED BY GUEST The Rev. Glen Creek, oenler, newly-arrived pastor at Grace Methodist Church, 7th and Henry, was given a reception by members, Sunday evening. At left is chairman of the Official Board, Marion D. Keyser, and right, the Rev. Bill Cummins, Troy, Methodist minister, who traveled the farthest to he at the party. The Rev. Cummins' father is district superintendent of the East St. Louis district of the Methodist church. ville Order i iifl \\ hen a will be named in his honor. Kirby, who for many years owned and operated the Kirby Drug Store i father ! the DeMolays when he resided in ! Granite City for a time. He is i a charter member of (he DeMo- ' lily i se.v ! in promoting the work of the or- 1 ganmition. | The newly elected officers of the Jerseyville Order of DeMolay will he installed on Jim 2'2 in the Masonic Temple. Michael Don Little, senior councilor; Russell Landon. junior councilor; David! \Veller, chaplain. Simp id llPopen of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mundy ol JiM'Spyville. is spending a 21 day leave in Jerseyville with his par- cuts, then will return lo Ft. Lewis, Wash., where he is stationed. Mundy is a clerk in the -1lh Infantry Division's 57lith Ordnance Company at Fort Lewis. He is a 19(i1 graduate of Jersey Community High School and entered Ihe Army in August, 19H1. Here nn Vacation JERSEYVILLE — Local girls who are students at the Sacred Heart Academy in Springfield JERSEYVILLE — Announce-i have returned 'to Jersevville to Advisory Committee of Jer- County and has been active | spend the summer vacation with opening of the Hursl & Carroll j n lc ,j r parents Barbei' Shop al '104 North Clay Those who have completed St., in Jerseyville. Roger Carroll of Jerseyville has bought Ihe inlet est of Ebert Hurst! Carroll was their sophomore year include Jane Ann Beiermann. daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Biermann; graduated from the Central Illi-jMary Schleper, daughter of Mr. nois Barber College in Decaliu j in April and has passed requirements as licensed barber. Homp on Leave, JERSEYVILLE - Army Specialist Four James K. Mundy, son and Mrs. Al Schleper; Vicki Schroeder, and her sister, Cheryl Schroprler, a junior, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, The group who have completed their freshman year and are vaca- t ioning here are Carolyn Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Becker; Judy Nowak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Nowak: Connine Heitzig. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aloys Heilzig, and Barbara Garrison, daughter of Mrs. Floi- ence Erwin. Announce Birth JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. James Williams of Jerseyville are the parents of a boy born June (i al the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby has been named Kdward Carl and he weighed six pounds. 15' -2 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George Karris and Mrs. Pearl Williams ol Jerseyville and Frank Williams of Springfield. Mrs. Williams was formerly Miss Laveda Karris. Other children in the family are; Josephine Jean, vin, Bonnie M, Russell Mar- May. 10, Leslie Eugene. 7. Mary Ellen, 5, Loretla Kay, 'A, and Delorcs Ann, 21 months. Bermuda bars lemon imports. worthy officers, Lola EI-; Serves as Ksi-nrt one ounce. She is a granddaught- JERSKYVILLE — Mrs. Hargis er of Mrs. O. II. St. Peters of J.'r Maholland, worthy matron of the seyville. Prior to her marriage Jerseyville Chapter Order of Eas-Mrs. Crone was Miss Doris SI. of the Lake Seminary. Mundelein. v\] rs ,j anlos \- as |,. .\j,- s . Father Muskus has a brother, mo ,. p Hlld Ml . s . .James McKenzie .' Toncy. two nieces, Mary and vv j|| |, P hostesses. i Pauline, two nephews. Eugene |.|. u , pi,.,,j,. and Gregory, all of Cicero. GREENFIELD — Members of| Father Muskus was ordained u ir , .,,^,11 sewing classes and their 1 April 24. 1938. al Springfield by, families and members of the ad-! thelate Bishop Griffin. He was' v i SO ry council have planned aj assigned as assistant pastor of • picnic supper at K: 'M p.m. Thurs- St. Peter and Paul Parish. Col day al Lake Girard. The group linsville. and served there until \ v j|| be guests of Mrs. Goldie being named Ihe first resident Tranbarger. class instructor, at pastor of St. Cecilia, Glen Car-.her Lake Girard cottage bon, on July 29. 1947. He was pas-; lern Star, served as escort for: Peters. the grand worthy matron of Illi-.ily are nois. Mrs. Mildred Blomstrand ol uMark, Chicago, when she paid an ol't'i- Other children in the I'am- Dennis. VI. Randy, 7, and 5. , Treated at Hospital ! c.ial visit lo Queen City Chapter; JERSEYVILLE — George Goral East SI. Louis Saturday evening. Mrs. Maholland was accompanied to E. St. I^ouis by Betty Cox. associate matron Ihe Jerseyville Chapter. Parents of Daiijjliter JERSEYVILLE—Mr.' and Mrs. William Egelhoff, L'O, of Piasa stepped on a sharp object al home Sunday lacerating his foot. The wound was sutured al Ihe Jersey Community Hospital. Mrs. Morrison Skinner of Jer- scyville sustained a bruise of the right forearm in a car accident occurring at f):-l5 p.m. Sunday OM IH. about Hi miles west eyvillo. She was treated at the Jersey Community Hospit- man of Jerseyville was taken to| the Jersey Community Hospital; Missjat 10 a.m. Monday for treatment of!of an arm injury. He slipped and, , i fell at his home injuring his left' _ _ __ - — | .elbow. i PORTO-NOVO — The Dahomey! Lylc D. Spangler of Jerseyvill", government is producing travel | -lames T. Crone of Jerseyville i suffered a similar injury about land advertising films for theaters. tor of St. Cecilia's al the time of his accident. Baptist Class to Meet at Greenfield GREENFIELD — Mrs. Edwin Hebner, -Mrs. T. E. VanBeber. and Mrs. Laverne Overby. will • be hostesses at a meeting of the Philathea Class of First Baptist. Church at 8 p.m. Tuesday in j the church annex. Mrs. Charles Meneley will be program narrator. Mrs. Pranger Takes Greene County Job CARROLLTON — Mrs. Joe Pranger Jr.. has accepted a position in the office of Circuit Clerk Finice Doyle and began work Monday. Mrs. Pranger was formerly employed by Anthony's Jewelry and Gift Shop. Mrs. Cline Lawson, already employed in the circuit clerk's office. now has the position of deputy clerk and recorder due to the retirement of Mrs. Josephine Postlewait. To Attend Convention CARROLLTON — Mrs. Alfred Johnson, Mrs. Damon Driver and Mrs. A. D. Wilson left Tuesday for Galesburg where they will attend the PEO Convention lo be held at Kno.x College from Tuesday until Friday. Mrs. Driver will be honored during the convention as one of the former members of the board of the PEO Home in Galesburg. Mrs. Wilson is a member of the PEO state history committee. Mrs. Johnson, is the president of the local PEO chapter and will be a delegate. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" That's what many authorities on child health are saying nowadays. They view with growing concern the lack of vigorous activity that once kept young bodies "inshape."Theystrongly urge more daily exercise to improve the physical condition of every girl and every boy. What can you do about this problem? First, you should find out about the physical education program in your child's school. Talk it over with your local school officials. If your child's school doesn't have a program calling for at least 15 minutes of vigorous activity every day, urge the adoption of a program that will do so. A basic program has been developed which any school can easily get started. 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