Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Devine to Head Post At Ha rdin MAKDIN—Howard Dcvine was named commander of Calhonn' Posl fv?fi, American I-etrion. at (he, 1 post's .Tune hnslnrss meeting hem last week. To serve with him are William Pohl, senior vice commander: Herman Hagen. Jr., junior vicr 1 commander; Forrest Rizaillion. finance officer. Raphael Bent-ens' was re-elecled chaplain, : Delegates named to attend thej state convehtion in Chicago. July 1 3f) to Aug. 4, were Howard Devinci and William Pohl; alternates. John: Sihley and Forrest Bizaillion. Howard Devine and Ralph Leeds | were chosen to represent the post at the third division meeting ini Jerseyville July H and 7. William Hurley and William Pohl were named alternates. i Delegates named to attend the] L'Oth district convention in Grafton, June 29 and 30 were Ralph Leeds, end Leo Matthews; alternates.; William Hurley and William Pohl Family Reunion HARDIN—A reunion honoring '• Mrs. Allan Christensen of three: children, of Merced, Calif., was: held Sunday in the Lutheran Church basement in Kampsville. Mrs. Christensen is the former Yvonne Bailey of Kampsville. This was the first time in M' years that the five children of Mrs. Lena Bailey of Kampsville| had been together. Eighty-two rel-j stives and friends were present for the reunion and pot luck din-j ner. Places represented were Merced, Cal., Maukegan, Meredosia. Carrollton, Eldred, Pittsfield and) Kampsville, 111., and Hannibal, Mo. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1963 Farm Bureau to Present Program At Greene Fair Moro Club Entertains At Hospital former Brussels Girl Receives Maryktioll Habit BRUSSELS — A former Brus- ; MORO Ihe "Merrv Maids' member* ofl sels resident was one of 160 young In Denmark, industrial products — machinery, textiles, metals, and chemicals — have replaced agricultural commodities as the major exports. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" YOUTHFUL BEEKEEPER CLEVELAND—Brian Dieckhoner, 5, displays no fear as ho handles an armful of honeycomb, bees and all. He invaded the beehive for it to prove he's an old hand with bees. (AP Wirephoto) Five-Year-Old Is Old Timer As Beekeeper CLEVELAND. Ohio I AP)—Brian Dieckhoner is only 5 and perhaps too young to know about birds and bees. But he does know plenty about bees. Brian dived into a beehive Monday without a protective net and came up with an armful of honey- comb, bees and all. He did it to prove his grandfather's contention that Brian is Greater Cleveland's youngest beekeeper. Brian has been helping Grandpa Otto Kosman run his 200-hive bee operation in suburban Middleburg heights since he was 4. Kosman THUR.- FRL- SAT.- SPECIALS! GirV Reg. 3.99.' 3 Days ! TANK SUITS Heknra® double knitstxetch nylon in jatmty styles. 8 to 14. UTIUTYIAGSAIEI J-Water-repellent /• it plaid. 15x16". "I i T 2 3 Days Only! Women* Trim SPORT BRIEF 99< Reg. 1.59! Featherlighrbatisteelasticbrief s ideal under slacks, swkn suits. S, M, L, XL sizes. 6' VINYL POOL! Regular 4.88 Sells for 88 3DAVS OHLV! Closeout Jewelry Riot."/:r.ea. 28* Women's Thong Sandals, * eg . ^ pr. 28* Children's Thongs, Reg. 33*... pr. 22* 5-tube Air Mattress, RC* 7.39... 97^ 24" Barbeque Grill, ^,9.97...8.88 lOfcct. 9" Paper Plates, Re* 9».. 77* 250-ct; Pkg. Napkins, *•* 3*... 27* West Third at Piaso Street .open Man., Fit 'rill o p.m. We Validate I'ark'n Shop Tickets was county bee inspector until he resigned a few weeks ago. Brian admits to having been stung a couple of times when he first started in the bee business. Now he has the immunity that •omes with fearlessness, according to Kosman, a beekeeper fDr 40 years. "Bees won't attack except in de- ifense of their lives or their lives," explained the grandfather. 'People get in trouble when they itart swinging." Kosman admitted, however, that bees don't always follow the book. Their nerves get on edge, he said, when they see their food supply fail from frost and drougnt. This i<= a highly nervous year in bee circles, he added. Medora Lodge to CARROLLTON — A Iraclor •odeo and a greased pig chase vill be main features of the pro gram to be sponsored by the Ireene County Farm Bureau for Tuesday, July 9, at 1:30 p.m. at he Greene County Fair. Samples f barbecued meat will also be! liven each night at the fair. The tractor rodeo will be for »\ oys and girls in the county be ween the ages of 14 and 20. Three •ophies will he awarded to thf op three scorers. The three vents included in the rodeo \vi e a hook-up, four-wheel backing nd a two-wheel serpentine event, 'here will be a time limit on each vent and judges will check for 11 safety violations. Tractors and mplements will be furnished for ie three events and the rodeo ill be held on the infield. The greased pig chase will begin at 3:30 p.m. in front of the grandstand. Each winner from last year will furnish a gilt for jthe Chase this year and two ad- Iditional gilts have been donated, j ; The chase is open to boys and j I girls between ages 10 and 20J ; There is a special chase just foi-j j the girls this vear and the girls j won't boys in this event. Each winno of the Chase this year must agre to furnish one gilt weight 40 t SO pounds for the 1\T64 Chase There will be a total of eight gilt this year. The 1962 donors wer Bob D. Price, Fred Rawe, Ton Ballard, Henry Carl Steinacher Brad Price and Gene Goeddey The winners last year of the firs greased pig chase, who are fui nishing gilts this year, are Tom Grummel, Bob Gillespie, Leo Grummel, John Roundcount, Mik Willen and Jimmy Prough. The additional 1963 donors are a Frank Hartman and Sons and R. L Smith who are giving a Like; Hybrid gilt and James Esarey o Gregory Farms who is giving a Crossbred gilt. Farm Bureau members anc their wives will barbecue meai Rei\ Fields Netv Baptist Pastor At Cottage Hills t H Hub en-Kvomen taking part in professional tertnined patients in tYdar Cot- and reception ccremonies of the '"" "' "'" > • lI ^ itaI Urykno.l Sisters at Valley Park, 11 age at the Alton ! this afternoon j The group met last Friday at! the home of Virginia and Jane Hans. Thursday evening the members will attend the County 4-H "Share the Fun" Festival, to lie held in th«> Cottage Hills : Grade Si-hool gymnasium at 7:30. COTTAGE HILUS — The Rev. The "Merry Maids will present Mo. Janet Lee Schleeper, now of Springfield, received the habit Monday, and is now Sister Leo Bernard. In Brussels she was a member of St. Mary's Parish and graduated from Brussels Community High School, and attended Quincy College, where she worked as a lab assistant. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schleeper of Brussels. ,, Taking part \n the ceremonies were women from all parts of the United States, Canada, England, the Philippines, Nicaragua, Guatemala, MeJtico and Chill. Snnless Dial MILL VALLEY, Calif. (AP) Sunny California? The Rotary Club installed n sundial in Lytton Square but Melvin H. Klyce had to wait a week to set it because there was no sun. A. R. Fields, of Fosterburg, has the skit. wish. REV ca ,, ed ng me A. R. FIELDS pastor of , a i neen caned as me new pastor of have to compete against thcj the Bible Baptist church { c in this evpnt V.ar-h winno . ,,.„ .. « — ,. Meet Thursday MEDORA - The Royal Neighbors will meet Thursday, June 27 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mary Metcalfe. Gilworth Funeral MEDORA — Funeral services for Elmer Gilworth were con ducted Saturday at Jacoby Fun oral Home in Jerseyville by the Rev. Wilbur Reinhardt, pastor of Medora Methodist Church. Buria was in the Medora Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Homer Maple, Herman Shields, Wayne Chism, Truman Eddleman, Don Moore and Carl Carter. Rev. John Masters al Summerville Sunday MEDORA — The Rev. John Masters of St. Louis, will speak at 10 a.m. church services at Summerville Presbyterian Church, Sunday. Medora Notes MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morman of Tracy, Calif., and their daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Garner and family of Taft, Calif., have left here after a two-week visit with friends and 'elatives. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wilton and family of Pontiac, Mich., left Tuesday to return to their home after a 10-day visit here. each night on the fairground and persons attending the fair may stop for free taste test samples. They will also be given free recipe folders and informational folders. To Attend Convention CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. Petty and family will leave Saturday for Detroit, Mich., where Petty, as president elect of the Marquette Division of the Illinois Education Association, will spend five days attending the National Education Association Convention. Follow ing the convention the Petty family plans to spend some time vacationing in Canada and Niagara Falls and other points ol interest in that area. Petty is principal of the Carrollton High School. Canasta Club CARROLLTON — The losers in a canasta club entertained the winners at a luncheon Wednesday at Carter's Cafe. Guests were Mrs. H. M. Combrink, Mrs. S. F March and Mrs. Charles Sackman and hostesses were Mrs George Green, Mrs. R. L. Scott and Mrs.H. H. Levi. To Move to Florida CARROLLTON — The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Varble and son of Carlyle, Ind., former Carrollton residents, are visiting the Rev, Varble's brother and sister-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Francis Varble, before moving to Bonita Springs, Fla., where the Rev Varble has accepted the pastorate of a Baptist church. Family Reunion CARROLLTON — The annual families will be Sunday at Carrollton City Park. A picnic dinner will be served at noon. To Mark Birthday CARROLLTON — ' Charles Howard of White Hall who will be 77 Thursday will be guests of lonor at a dinner party that cven- ng at the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and M r s. Norman Howard in White Hall. Other guests will be Mrs. Charles (age Hills, day. it was announced to- Rev. Fields was the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Cottage Hills, from which he resigned last week. The pastor is a graduate of Baptist Bible Seminary, Johnson City, N.Y. He has had several pastorates and has worked in the evangelistic field. Rev. Fields and his wire reside on Harris Lane in Foster Township. He will assume full responsibility for the new church June 30. Howard of White Hall and Mr. and Mrs. George Schnelten and family of this city. Farmers Meet CARROLLTON — James Neuschwander, Greene County farm adviser, conducted a meet- ng of farmers Monday evening at the J. W. Pern brook farm north of Greenfield and will conduct another on July 1 at the John W. Wehrly Jr. farm, west of Kane. Monday evening he discussed Weed Control in Corn and Field Sprayer Calibration. The meeting next Monday will be on forage varieties and comparisons will be made on thirteen different grass and legume plots which were seeded a year ago. Two Divorces Granted CARROLLTON — Two divorces were granted Friday by Judge Clem Smith in Greene County Circuit Court. Betty Jean Perdun received a divorce from Stuart N. Perdun when the defendant was found guilty on grounds of cruelty. The defendant was found guilty of desertion in the suit of Donna DeClue vs James W. DeClue and a decree for divorce was grant- id. Shop to be Moved CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clark and sons plan to move soon to the Weller residence, now owned by Harrison Richey, to make their home. Mrs. ~?lark will open her beauty shop, known as Betty's Beauty Shop, in the rear of her home. The Shop is now located in the Jack Freeh building on the west side of the square and the Clark family are making their home in an apartment above the shop. Enroll at College CARROLLTON — Mrs. Lawrence Booth, Mrs. Vivian Rut- edge, Mrs. Martin Davidson and Mrs. Lester Groves have enrolled or a summer course at McKendree College at Lebanon and wUl attend classes every Thursday. VBS Hose* Friday MORO — The Presbyterian Vacation Chmvh jJrhool will close at noon on Friday. Parents of the children are invited to attend classes on Friday. A picnic lunch will be served at noon. Return After Visits Dr. Ruth Bielo and two children and Mrs. Martha Rant have returned to their homes in Pittsburg, Pa., after spending last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dorsey. Mrs. Raut and Mrs. Dorsey are sisters. Mrs. Ruth Nolle and sons Paul and Kenneth of Phoenix, Ariz., visited with Louis Nolle. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nolte, and other relatives and friends this past week. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brazier are home after a ten-day trip it the East, with their son-in-law daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Lyle Schetz, Arlington Va. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. George Hendricks, former residents oi Moro now living at Charlotteville (Va.); and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph V. Green at Charleston, W. Va. Mrs. Florence Heck Rites In Grafton GRAFTON - Following funeral rites today at the Math Hermann & Son Funeral Home in St. Louis, the body of Mrs. Florence Heck was brought to Grafton for interment in the Scenic Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Heck was the former Miss Florence Dowdall of Grafton. On Missouri Visit GRAFTON - Mrs. Hattie Irwin left Sunday for Ashburn, Mo. where she will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Irwin and assist in caring for Mrs. Irwin who underwent leg surgery Thursday morning. Movint to New Home GRAFTON - Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rowling and family moved Saturday to their new home in Mason Hollow. Mr. and Mrs. Rowling recently sold their home on Clinton street to the members of the St. Patrick's Parish. 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