PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1963 Rev. Sypes New Pastor At. Graf ton ORAFTON - Ttir Rrv. Frank birthday diniirr Saturday evening Syprs of H.irlford has arc-opted ; ^j Watson's Boat Dork, honoring thr: pastorate of the Assembly of jKlmor Watson of Grnfton. Sam ,-.,,.„ , 'iKilliam, of Rosewood Heights. God Church, rf-.crlivc JUMP «. j Kcnnpth Gwl7 of W oori River and Fhe Rev and Mrs. Sypes have JMrp Vp| . |on sh „, of S) Lo ,, is Ihrrc children, two sons and nj w . |losp Jinni vci-snrirs rxrur this daughter. They plan to move to! ^ Grafton in the nrm- fufnm. j sli( j cs 0 , M( , xu . 0 wm . s , KWn hy GKAi-roN hd - T!""" f ne nds l( - h i l . rlps . Mn!shh !!^.. of . Jp ^ villr : and relatives attended a potluck Fiji police may soon wear shoe*.I Uncn Shower ; GRAKTON — Mr. and Mrs. 'Tom Wright wore honored at a linen shower Friday evening at 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Monteomei-y. given by the members of the Young ma mod couples class of the First Baptist Church. Graf ton Man GetsPh.D i GRAFTON — Robert Morris j Montgomery, 26, son of Mrs. j Blanche Montgomery of Grafton land husband of the former Miss Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Dairy Queen BIRTHDAY Dairy Queen topped with Chocolate and Strawberries Crowned with nuts, cherries, whipped cream You keep the plastic dish Dairy Qo Vat. Dev. Co. K. M. MONTGOMERY Sue Towse of Alton, has received i Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering at Purdue University in ..afayette, Ind. He received his master's degree from Purdue in June, 1960, nd his bachelor of arts degree i physics from Southern Illinois Jniversity at Carbondale in June 1958. He graduated from Jersey Community High School in 1954. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery will reside in Lafayette where he will teach a summer session at Purdue and in September will become assistant professor of electrical engineering. Chesterfield Aid Society to Meet 115 Sr. Louis Ave. E. Alton, Illinois 1808 Washington Alton, Illinois 131 Wood River Ave. Wood River, Illinois CHESTERFIELD — The United Ladies Aid Society will hold its regular monthly business meeting at the church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Leta Meyers, Mrs. Howard Leach and Mrs. Leo Arnett as hostesses. Mrs. Howard Leach will be devotional leader. Mrs. Phoebe Mathis, president, will be in charge of the business meeting. Thursday at 8 p.m. the 32nd an- j nual meeting of the United Church will be held. All department heads of the church and Sunday school will give their yearly reports and officers will be elected. Birth Announcements CHESTERFIELD — Mr. and | Mrs. Sammy Miller of Chesterfield are parents, of a daughter, Christine Marie, born Friday night at the Carlinville Area Hos- jpital. The baby weighed 8 pounds and 10 ounces. She is their second | child and first girl, i Mrs. • Olive Wheeler received ALADDIN'S GIANT JUNE CARPET SALE! m *• " pr FREE! '* Hoover Deluxe VACUUM CLEANER WITH 32 YARDS OR MORE OF ANY OTHER CARPET DURING THIS SALE! Every 5 th Yard FREE When You Purchase 4 Yards at Regular Price! Choose from these Luxurious Carpets . . . 100 CONTINUOUS FILAMENT 501 NYLON 17 Colors! Deep Texture Pile! REG. 8.95 COCCI Every 5th Yard ttlLL. 100% SOI NYLON 12 Colors! 10 Year Guarantee REG. 9.95 Every 5th Yard FREE! 100^ 70 WOOL 12 Colors! Hi-Low Loop Pattern REG. 8.95 Every 5th Yard FREE! 100% CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON 9 Colors! Textured Finish! REG. 6.95 Every 5th Yard FREE! 100% ACRILAN 12 Colors! Tree Burli Tweeds and Plains REG. 10.95 Every 5th Yard FREE! 100 WOOL 14 Colors! 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Charles Ressler, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. El wood Ressler of Jerseyville was working on a bridge at home Monday and stepped on a nail. He suffered a puncture wound of the right foot and was taken to the hospital where the injury was treated. Lloyd Bauersachs' of Jrseyville lad a foreign object removed from his eye Monday at 6 p.m. Son Born to Grafton Couple JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Towell of Grafton have given the name Curtis Eugene to word Saturday announcing t h e birth of twin boys to her granddaughter, Mrs. Richard Zincek and husband, of Mount Sterling, 111. The mother is the former .Miss Carol Wheeler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler. FURNACE CLEANING $^50 6 on Furnace Care Plan. CL 4-9450 FURNACE CARE CO. their infant son born at 4:14 p.m. Friday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dilport of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. D. Towell of Grafton and is a great grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Folk of Afflon. Mo.; Mrs. Julie Dilport of St. Louis; Mrs. Neva Wright of East Alton, and Mrs. Emma Towell of Doniphan, Mo. Miss Towell was formerly Miss Helen Dilport. The other children in the family are Carrie 4% and Charles Edward 'IVa. Marriage License Issued JERSEYVILLE — A marriage license was issued June 14 in the office of County Clerk Linda Crotchett to Maty M. Sutlon of Rte. 2, Godfrey and David L. Gaston of the Nike Base, Grafton Reed Family Reunion JERSEYyiLLE — Descendants of the late Firman and Louisa Reed of Jersey County held a reunion Sunday at Pere Marquette Park with over 60 in attendance. The group voted to make the event an annual one to be held the third Sunday in June each year. The Reeds had eight children, only one of,whom is ndw living, rte is Lester Reed residing at 1006 West 9th St. in Alton. Members of the family were present from Carlinville, Brighton, Jenld, Springfield, California, Alon, East Alton and Jerseyville. Those from Jersey County in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willenberg and twin chil- dren. Darrell and Darlene, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dabbs and twin sons. Darrell and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dabbs and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blackorby and son, David. Resumes Dirties JERSEYVILLE — Paul Fleming resumed his duties as president of the State Bank Monday following a two weeks' vacation. He and his son, Paul J. Fleming, spent some time in Colorado, before the latter went on to Milwaukee, Wis., where he is a student in the engineering school of Marquette University and is taking special courses there this summer. OLD STAR RETURNS NEW YORK JP-Mter a 20- year absence, Ethel Shutta is returning to the theater in a featured role in "Jennie." Miss Shutta was vocalist with the George Olsen dance orchestra during the 20's, appeared in "The Passing Show" with Fred Allen and "Whoopee" with Eddie Can tor. In "Jennie," due on Broadway next fall, Miss Sutta will play the mother of Mary Martin. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" New Many Wtqr FALSE TEETH With Littlt Worry •M, talk, lau«h or IBMM without f Mr of iDMourt f*ln totth dropping, Hipping or wobbllnc. FA8TTBTH joldi^Pl»tje ftrm«c *nd mot* com- fortablj. ThU plMMot powder hu n* fummr, gao*r. pMtj t«tt« or fMllaf. Do«m't OBUM nituw. n'l ftlkalln* (•an-Mld). OhMta M*n«ur* brwtth). O«t. - wunUm •v«rrwh«t«. LETTERING Enter the RICHARD HUDIMUT 400000 DMMQNDS^ROMTIMNYS' SWBEPSIMES OmndPrtfce . CxpenK*pa*d 2nd Prtee —One dfcmonJ «od*rfl rtng 3cd Priae -» dfamond bnodets »a»»cd M JMO <wk 1427 PrfaB60 - to «B-«ndoding diamond earring^ wrta wMcha, dfamood pendmta, diamond pirn. Gaaete^fe* yww entry blank* today! 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