PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 Graham Heads Jaycee Chapter at Carrollton Car Sold for 8100 '\Vpdnr.sda.v at a sheriff's sale tojGreene County teachers enrolled daily for three weeks. Vincent H. Tuey for $400. ij n (i, e extension class on .Social | Miss Ciuneret on Leave The car was abandoned in Jer.js,.j em . P 150, American Govern-! CARROLLTON — Miss Ada scyvillc about a year ago whenjnicnt. which opened Monday in Camerer is on leave of absence CARROLLTON — A 19oS Chev-i Greene county officials gave chase thn \vhite Hall School nnd is be- for the summer from her duties Irolcl tmprila. o\uiod by William| (o Colwell. iSohvell. 24, of San Antonio, Te.\.,| Klevi'n Tpnohers In Class ing I aught by Dr. Kenneth K. las secretary to Robert Mehrhoff, Marcus of Illinois State Normal CARROLLTON David Gia- and abandoned here, was soldi CARROLLTON — E1 e v e ni University. The class will meet Greene County state's attorney. During the summer she will be replaced by Miss Marilyn Mehl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mehl of this city, a 1963 graduate of Carrollton High School. There was one death every 45 minutes last year in Italy from highway accidents. hnm was installer! as president of the Carrollton Jayceps Tuesday evening (it Greene County F'nir- urounds following a picnic supper, with wives ot members as guests. Graham succeeds W. J. Greene who served as installing officer Tuesday evening. Other officers installed were Lyndell S in i I h. vice-presiclnnl; James Nruschwandcr, secret a r\; David Glover, treasurer: David ICvoy, state director. New inem- hrrs of the board of directors are Keith Graham. David Homhrough VV. J. Greene. Robert Schiiclier and Steve Martin. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sussnick of Jerse.v ville, Sussnick being the Jaycee j district vice president. I It was decided to again spoil-! sor drag racing this summer at the Greene County Kaigrounds; in cooperation with the fair Iward. Tlie racing will start after the Greene County Fair but the date has not been decided as yet. Armstrong Funeral | Rites at Carrollton CARROLLTON - Kun e r a Ii services for Mrs. Alta Armstrong,; widow of late George Armstrong. were conducted Wednesday at Simpson Funeral Home by the! Rev. Kenneth Steelman of Men-1 dota. Pallbearers were H a r o 1 d j Bushnell, Howard Bushnell. Ro-j bert Early, Gary Early. Mar-: vin Early and Floyd Howard, i Burial was in Carrollton City! Cemetery- i Hospital Notes : CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. i Charles Cadmus of Greenfield; were parents of a son oorn Tuesday at Boyd Memorial Hospital. . Mrs. Mabel Hard wick of Car- - rollton was admitted Tuesday for! surgery and Miss Mary Kathleen i Baker of Jerseyville was admit-; ted Tuesday as a medical patient, i Kenneth Robinson of Kane was j admitted Wednesday as a rnedi-] cal patient. \ Dismissed Tuesday were Mrs.; Frances Rapp of Kampsville,; Mrs. Donna Fox and son of Patterson, and Claude Bishop of Carrollton. Merit Certificate CARROLLTON — Ronnie Whit-j lock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter! Whitlock of Carrollton and a mem-; ber of tlie FFA Club of Carroll-; ton High School, has been presented a Certificate of Merit uv farm mechanics which was awarded by the Thor Center for Belter Farm Living at Huntley, 111. The award was presented Whitlock for showing the greatest farm mechanical ability among the graduating seniors of the local high; school. The selection was madej by Arthur Eicken, head of thej department of vocational agricul-j lure at tlie school. F1IA Conference CARROLLTON — Miss Alexis j Williams, daughter of Mr. and! Mrs. Roy Williams of Carrollton,! has been selected by Carrollton j High School Chapter of Future: Homemaker of America as a: delegate the ;3th State Leadership Confgerence to be held June 'JO through June 22 at Illinois State Normal University at Normal. Miss Williams is a junior in the local high school and is a reporter for her local FHA chapter. Currollton Xotss CARROLLTON — Mrs. Msnk- Havelin left Monday to make her home in Jacksonville. Mrs. F. L. Imus went to Altmj Wednesday to be an overnight guest of her uncle and aunt. Mi. and Mrs. B. L. Olbert. Mr. and Mrs. George Tea^'r;. Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence. Horn will go to Godfrey Sunday where they will be guests of Mr. aj'd Mrs. Parker Teasley. Ben Early of Valley Stream. N. Y., will arrive Sunday lo spend several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Early. SAVE MONEY-BUY QUALITY SHOES AT POPULAR PRICES PAUL'S 121 W. 3rd SHOES ALTON SKIN ITCH DON'T SCRATCH IT! Scratching spreads Infection, cajlu- Ing MORE pnlrt. 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