Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 12, 1963 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 12, 1963
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PAtlE TKN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , .JtJL¥ Camp Meeting Will Opm Monday Night EbWARDSVILLE A camp meeting will open Monday night HI a youth rally at Sunset Hills Cami Grounds on old 66 Highway be tween Edwardsville and Mitchell Youth groups from across the state will participate. The Pente costal Church of God will sponsor five days of camp services and outdoor recreation. Rev. R. D. Heard, general sup erintendent who recently returned from Russia and Eastern Europe, will speak each night. Visiting ministers and missionaries will address the afternoon and vtfJffier services. Rev. Harold Maynard, district superintendent, will serve as camp director. .Committee Approves Service Corps Funds WASHINGTON (AP)—A Senate Labor subcommittee approved Thursday 3-1 President Kennedy's proposal to set up a national service corps to operate as a sort of domestic peace corps. The new organization woulc start on a small scale with a $5 million first year authorization and perhaps 5,000 members after three years. Attention Dirty Car Owners! CAB WASH July 13th, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. AT Wayne's Service Station 3rd & Edwardsville Rand Wood River Galilean Service Set for Simchiy JERSEYVILLE — The Galilean Service of First Baptist Church has been scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Sunday at Feyerabend Lake east of hero. The service is sponsored by the Board of beacons and the Kum Dnbble clnss. The congregation will be seated along the shore of the lake as singing of lymns loci by Kdward Weule Jr. H. Irwin Davis, chairman of the board, will be assisted by he deacons in conducting the )reliminary portions of the serv- ce. A male quartet composed of Edward Weule Jr.. Tom Feyera- )end, Dudley Roth Jr., and Harold Lane, will sing from the is- and across the lake, the hymn, 'My Anchor Holds." The Rev. Lane's message will x delivered from the boat and vill be centered around the theme f "Disciple.ship." "Taps" played by Reed Assman, will precede the candlelight ervice which will conclude the vorship. A nursery is platlned for small hildren and will he open at the hurch at 7 p.m. Home from Visit JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Stuart 'arscll has returned from a two weeks' visit with her sister. Lt. Col. Mary Willia Blake and Col. Blake in Alexander, La. Mrs. Blake was formerly Miss Mary Willia Stephenson of Jerseyville Patient at St. John's JERSEYVILLE - Miss Mary Cumin of Jerseyville entered St. John's Hospital-in St. Louis Wed- esday for treatment. tests and medical ACCRA — An'Italian firm is building a factory in Ghana. ROUND - OVAL - RECTANGLE - SQUARES HEAVY WOOL YARN BRAIDED RUGS Jersey Girl Accepts Post in University City JERSEYVILLE - Miss Trudy Thomas of Jerseyville has accepted a position with Alco Valve Co in University City, Mo where she is research and development secretary for the vice president and research engineers. , Miss Thomas was graduated in 1962 from the Jersey Community High School ahd has boon attending Miss Mickey's for additional courses. Miss Thomas is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Thomas of Jerseyville. Clmiiffe Residence Sites JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ryan have sold their residence at 700 North Sumher St. to Mr. and Mrs. Lester of Grafton. Mr. Ryan is engaged in construction work and the Ryan family will move to Grafton this^veekend. Mr. Lester is employed at the Prlncipia College in Elsah and his family will move to the house they purchased in Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Greene and family have moved from Carrollton to 613 North Liberty St. in Jerseyville. Announce Birth of Girl JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold of 401 N. Pleasant St., are announcing the birth of a daughter on July 9 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby has been named Lori Ann and she weighed 7 pounds and 12'/ 2 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr, artd Mrs. Harold Arnold of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lee of Newfoundland, Canada and is a great granddaughter of Mrs. Julia Liles of Carrollton. This Greene County 441 Si*l CARROLLTON - All 4-H club members who plan to go to Western Illinois 4-H Club Camp al Lake Jacksonville this summer should have their reservations ih the Farm Bureau Building not later than Monday. Members 14 years of age and over will camp from July 29 through Aug. 2 accompanied by MFsV Elolse Tholcn and David fietnbrough. The younger group will camp from Aug. 5 through Aug. 9 and they will be accompanied by Mrs. Tholen, Miss Virginia Rawe, Miss Rosemary Lemons and Miss Linda Hallock. Home from Turkey CARROLLTON — S. Sgt. and Mrs. Etsel Jeffrey and two children, who have been stationed for two years at an air force base at Adona, Turkey, arlved in St. Louis Wednesday to spend a leave with relatives before going to San Antonio, Texafe, where, he will be stationed. They are now guests of Sgt. Jeffrey's brother-in-law and sis ter, Mr. and Mrs.'James Jones of Florissant, Mo., and will visit his mother, Mrs. Nina Jeffrey in St. Louis and his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Jeffrey of this city. Mr. and Mrs. George Jeffrey and son and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jeffrey and daughter went to St. Louis Wednesday evening to meet the plane on which the Estel Jef- reys arrived and to visit with them for a time. Moving to Litchfield CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gibbs and family moved Thursday to a newly purchased home in Litchfield. While here Art Hall and Dairy Winners Announced at Greene Fair the first child of the couple. Guests at Well Home JERSEYVILLE Mrs. H. C. Well formerly of Ridgewood, N.J., is making an indefinite visit here at the home of her brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Well. Recent guests at the Well home also was Mrs. Terry Elder of Dacle City, Fla., sister of Mr. Well, who is visiting until August with relatives in this area. they had been living in the residence formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. James Pohlman, who had CARROLLTON - Judging In some departments at the Greene County Falf was completed by Tuesday afternoon and announcement of first place ratings only are being made at this time. First place ratings in the Art Hall, where Miss Ada Camerer is superintendent, were: Floriculture, Fred Hartman, Carrollton, seven firsts, Raymond Scoggins, Carrollton, (Wo; Goldie Moore, Jerseyville, one; Wllba Scoggins, Carrollton, orte; Mrs. Raymond Gears, Greenfield, eight; Elta Wagner, Rockbridge, three; Mrs. Roilie Ruyle, Rockbridge, two; Miss Donna Sue Allen, Carrollton, one; Agnes Valstad, Carrollloti, one; Helen Longmeyer, Rockbridge, two; Mrs. Elmer Batty, Greenfield, three; Mrs. Raymond Scoggins, one; Opal Baldes, Greenfield, three; Em- ellne Crotchett, Kane, two; Lela Retherford, Carrollton, one; Mrs. James Hartman, Carrollton, one; and Mrs. George Arras, Greenfield, four. Textiles and Art, Robert Rawe, Carrollton, one; Nancy Tuey, Carrollton, one; Margaret Longmeyer, two, Mrs. Evelyn Backs, White Hall, two; Cherryl Seimer, Carrollton, one; Donna Sue Allen, Carrollton, five; Hilda Schnettgo- ecke, Carrollton, one; Ilene Shafer, Hillview, one; Mrs. James Hartman, Carrollton, two; Mrs. Elta Wagner, Rockbridge, three; Mrs. Roilie Ruyle, Rockbridge, three; Goldie Moore, Jerseyville, sold the property to Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Sullivan who plan to move there. The Sullivan residence on North Main street has* been sold to Mr. and Mrs. James Neuschwander, who will move there and the house which they will vacate will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jones, who _will move from an apartment in the home of Mrs. Sophia Petit. CHAMPION STALLION Miss Elizabeth Fitzsimmons of Rockbridge with Domestic arts, Ilene Shafer, E. F. R. Sunrise, grand champion Shetland stallion Hillview, four; Mrs. Roilie Ruyle, a t Greene County Fair. ' Domestic Arts Braided rugs made fo your •xact specifications of size, pattern and color at NO increase in price. Famous New England Maid Rugs are carefully designed and constructed to Its perfectly flat. Revenlble for twice the 'wear. 4TH & PIASA STS. Have Your Paris 'N Shop Tickets Stamped Hero. •FINE CRAFTSMANSHIP AND GOOD TASTE SPECIAL COMBO LAMPS 4TH AND PIASA ALTON PARK FREE Have Your Park 'N Shop Tickets Stamped Here. Rockbridge, 20; Goldie Moore Jerseyville, 2; Mrs. Joe Cunning ham, Carrollton, two; Helen Longmeyer, Rockbridge, three Maude Collins, Carrollton, six Mrs. James Hartman, Carrollton 2; Donna Sue Allen, Carrollton three; Elta Wagner, Rockbridge three; Agnes Valstad, Carrollton, one; Hilde Schnettgoecke, Carrollton, one; Dorothy Brock, Carrollton, two; Goldie McLane, Carrollton, three; Grace Freeh, Carroll- cu.ft. mafic Defrosting REFRIGERATOR Big 13.2 cu. ft. 2-DOOR Automatic Defrosting Refrigerator with 108-' Ib. zero-degree Food Freezer. Over 20 sq. ft. of shelf space and two big vegetable drawers, each holds 1/3 bushel. Announce Services at Carrollton CARROLLTON — "Heart and Soul" is the theme of sermon to be given by the Rev. Roger F. Christiansen, at the 10 a.m. service Sunday at the Methodist Church. At-3 p.m. Sunday members of the MYF will go on a two- mile JFK hike, to be followed by a picnic supper and treasure hunt. Methodist men will meet at the Church Wednesday at 8 p.m. The district MYF camp at Epworth Springs will open July 14 and continue through July 20. The Rev. Dan Vititoe will speak at the 9 a.m. service Sunday at the Baptist Church of Berdan. Dr. Frank Marstpn \yill speak at the 10:45 a.m. service Sunday in the Presbyterian Church oh the topic, "To Whom Can We Go?" "The Cheerful Giver" is the theme of the sermon to be given at 10:30 a.m. by the Rev. John T. Finnan at the Baptist Church in Eldred. .' The Sunday Mass in St. John"; Catholic Church will be at 7, ' and 10:30 a.m. and the weekdaj Mass will be at 6:30 and 7 a.m The Catholic Youth organization will meet Wednesday at 7:30 m. in the school hall. The Rev. Norman Ward w i 1 speak at the 10:30 a.m. and thi 7; 30 p.m. services Sunday in thi Zion Baptist Church. The train ing union will meet at 6:30 p.m. with Claude Bowker directing. Thi prayer service will be Wednes day at 7:30 p.m. There will be no service othe: than Sunday school at 9:30 a.m at First Christian Church, "Sinners Called to Serve" is th sermon theme of the Rev. Darwin Rolens for the 9 a.m. service in First Baptist Church. The Rev. Vititoe will speak a the 10:30 a.m. and the 8 p.m service Sunday in Mt. Gilead Bap list Church. The BYF will mee at 7:15 p.m. Sunday. The prayei service will be Wednesday at ! p.m. The Rev. Perry, Sherwin wil Under G-E "Valid Value" Trade-In Plan You pay only the difference in price between the valid-value trade-in allowance and the price of the new G-E model you select. FREE PARKING AT BOTH STORES Modol TB-304X ALTON HOME IMPROVEMENT 12 i, F1R9USQN WOOD RIVER, ILL 6101254*0691 652 E, BROADWAY AITQN, lU. « Dial HO speak at the 10:30 a.m. and 8 p.m services in Faith Baptist Church during the absence of the pastor, the Rev. Francis Varble, who is on vacation. The training union will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday, with Chester McKay as director. The Bible study and prayer service will be Wednesday at 8 p.m, The Rev. Kieth Gerberding will have charge of the Communion Liturgy at the 7:30 a.m. service Sunday in Our Redeemer Lutheran Church and will also speak at the 11 a.m. service in the church, the theme being "Let Down Your Nets." The Bible lesson discussion will be Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Itovlvul Services CARROLLTON — The Rev. Mike McBride" of Gray Summit, Mo., will be the evangelist at services which will open Aug. 11 and continue through Aug. 16 in Mt, Gilead Baptist Church. The Rev, Dan Vititoe is the pastor of the church. ton, two; Mrs. Arthur Powell Hillview, one; Mrs. George Arras, Greenfield, one; Agnes Schmidt, Kane, one. Education, Craig Seekamp, Greenfield, one; Cathy Gimmy, Carrollton, two"; Ruth Ann Thaxton, Greenfield, one; Linda Daum, Carrollton, two; Harold Ballard, Carrollton,. one; Patty McLane, Carrollton, one; Robert Smith Carrollton, one; Karen Diehl, Car- rolllon, one; Dotty Allen, Carroll- on, one; Ricky Hires, Carrollton, one; Linda Melvin, Greenfield, one; Patricia Gimmy', Carrollton, wo; George Vinyard, White Hall, one; Joey Haskell, Wrights, one; erry Nettles, Carrollton one and Catherine George, White Hall, one. Cakes, Agnes Valstad, Carroll- .on, 7; Mrs. George Arras, Green- ield, 2; Mrs' Elmer Batty, Green- 'ield, one; Hilda Schnettgoecke, Carrollton, one; Emeline Crotchett, Kane, one; Mrs. Albert Rives, Rockbridge, one; June M. Wehrly, Kane, two. Bread and Holts Bread and rolls, Jane Cunning- lam, Carrollton, two; Mrs. George Arras, Greenfield, seven; Margaret Trost, two; Hilda Schnett- ;oecke, Carrollton, one; June M. .Wehrly, Kane, two; Judy Voiles, Carrollton, two; Mrs. Ola Walker, one; Mrs. Goldie McLane, Carrollton, one, Mrs. Virginia Hall, Carrollton, one. ' Fruits and vegetables, Mrs. Ola Walker, Greenfield, two; M r s. Elta "Wagner, Rockbridge, four; Opal Baldes, Greenfield, 13; Mrs. Roilie Ruyle, Rockbridge, six; Helen Longmeyer, Rockbrjdge, three; 'Emeline Crotchett, Kane, one; Clover Hackley, Carrollton, one; Mrs. Phylljs McCaherty, White Hall, one. Relishes, Opal Baldes, Greenfield, nine; Mrs. Roilie Ruyle, Rockbridge, three; Elta Wagner, Rockbridge, six; Mrs. Ola Walker, Greenfield, one; Helen Longmeyer, Rockbridge, four; Agnes Schmidt, Kane, three; Alice Hartman, Carrollton, one. First place ratings in Dairy Cattle are as follows: Jersey, Donn C. Miller, Dawson, six and owned the champion female; Carl W. Arnold and son, Piasa, five; Steven Rankin, McLean, one; Rick Bristow, McLean, one; Earl Tenhouse, Liberty, one. Guernsey, Lloyd and David Lorton of White Hall, eight; Wayne Mohr, Normal, three, and owned the champion female; Patty Lorton, White Hall, one. Days Win Six Holstein, Tony Kruger, Kane, two, and owned the champion male; Leo and Carol Day, Jerseyville, 6; Ross Manning, Roodhouse;, two and owned the champion female; Manning Brothers, Roodhouse, one; David Smith, Nashville, one; Dr. C 1 e'r.e nee Moore, Normal, one, and Lyndell Guthrie, Greenfield, one. Brown Swiss, Mike Bloomfield, Ashland, one; Robert Guthrie, Greenfield, three; Guylia Kinser, Jreenfield, one. Milking shorthorns, Weidner Prairie Farms, Dalton City, 10 and owned the champion male and lemale; Wayne Bloomfield, Ashland, three. Junior Show, Jersey, Donn C. Vliller, Dawson, two; David Ran- cin, McLean, one, nad Rick Bristow, Dawson, one. Guernsey, Patty Lorton, White Hall, two. Holstein, Manning Bros., Roodhouse two; Tony Krueger, Kane, Stvine Winner* Announced for Greene County CARROLLtON - twenty five entries were made IH the Swine Carcass contest at the Greene County Faif and were judged dt foot, after which nil entries were trucked to the Hunter Packing Co 0f East St. Louis "by Bowman's ithick service and each carcass was bought by Hunter on a grade and yield basis. Based on the ham-loin Index system, the five top carcasses Were selected and first, sedonr and third place carcasses were re turned to the Greene County Fall and exhibited Thursday and to day. they will, be sold at auctlol at 7:45 p.m.^bday. Winners In the judging on foot were Kendall Starkweather o Hettick, with a Hampshire barrow. Second place was won by Bill Baise of Greenfield with a Duroc Hybrid Cross. Third place went to Jason Starkweather ol Hettick with a Hampshire and fourth and fifth places went to Dean Barnelt. and his brother Melvin, of Patterson with Durocs. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Burton of Greenfield are the parents of a daughter born Thursday in Boyd Memorial Hospital. Ralph Lacey of Eldred was admitted to the hospital Tuesday as a medical patient. Admitted Wed nesday for surgery was Miss Barbara Doerr of Eldred and as medical patients were Carl Waters of Greenfield and Mrs. Julianna Ostermann of Carrollton. Admitted Thursday for surgery were Mrs. Ruth Johnson and Mrs. Laverna Foiles, both of Carrollton. and Clarence Laris, also of Carrollton, was admitted as a medical patient. Dismissed Wednesday were Mrs. Nina Trusty of Eldred; Miss Loretta Lee of Chesterfield; Robert D. Rothe of Kane; William Baker of White Hall; Miss Susan Scott, Mrs. Ada Ligon and Mrs. Regina Howard of Carrollton and Mrs. Lucy Dewey of Greenfield. Dismissed Thursday were Ray Quiller of Hamburg, Harvey Cox of Alton, Mrs. Janet Carter and son of Carroljton and Carl Waters of Greenfield. Ice Cream Social CARROLLTON — A public ice cream social wil be held Friday, July 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the Baptist Church in Berdan. jersey Girl finlett- .Nursing School * JERSEVVtLLE - Miss Phyllis Ann Pegue of Rte. 1, Fieldon, will go to Springfield Sunday, July 21, to begin her studies at the St. John's School of Nursing. Miss Pegtic Is a 1963 graduate of the Jersey Community High School where she was a member of the Honor Society In her senior year. She was also a member of the Latin Club for follr years, the Science Club, French Club, and 6'0 Club for one year. She was also a member of Ihe coronation committee during her senior year, Miss Pegue is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis PegUe of Rte. 1, Fieldon, 'She received her elementary education at St. Mary's School, Westwoods, and Holy Ghost School In Jerseyvllle. I'iirnntN of Daughter JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hancock of Rockbrldge are parents of A daughter born at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. They have named the baby Tracy December and she weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces, The baby is a granddaughter of Jim Retherford of Jerseyvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Law of Litchfield and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Massing of Piasa and is a great- granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Martin of Alton. This is :he couple's first child. Transferred to Washington JERSEYVILLE - Lt. Col. Forrest Schlansker, of U.S. Air Force, Mrs. Schlansker and their daugh- .er, Sally of Denver, Colo, will be guests next week of his sister, Mrs. Joel, Murrie and family. They will also visit with his moth- r, Mrs. Charles Schlansker in last Alton. Lt;. Col. Schlansker is )clng transferred from Denver to Washington, D, C. Visiting Parents Here JERSEYVILLE—Rev. and Mrs. i. Leland Walls and sons, David ind Daniel, of Mason City are uests of Mrs. Walls parents, Mr. ind Mrs. Walter I£irchner of Jerseyville. Mrs. Walls was formerly Miss Ruth Kirchner of'Jerseyville. Rev. Wall is pastor of ; the Metho- list Church in Mason City. Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed, or tool lll-»t- •aso because of loose, wobbly false teeth. PASTEETH, an Improved alkaline (non-acid) powder, sprinkled on your plates holds them firmer so they feel more comfortable. Avoid embarrassment caused by loose plates. Get FASTEETH »t any drug counter. LOOK-WE'VE QUINTUPLED! Brown Swiss, Mike Bloomfield, Ashland, one; Guylia Kinser, Ireenfield, one. Milking Shorthorns, Wayne Bloomfield, Ashland/three. ^vvvvvvvvvv«vvvvvvvvvvvvv«vv*vvvvvv\ \vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvt BEAT THE HEAT!! WITH A ROOM AIR CONDITIONER COOLS - DEHUMIDIFIED S FILTERS THE AIR LETS YOU SLEEP IN COMFORT! ALTON HOME IMP. 12 I, Ferguspn W9od River, III, 254.06Q1 i, Broadway Alton, III, HO 2-9246 In five years Piasa has grown from s 6 million to over s 30 million —for these good reasons: • Consistently paying the largestdividends in the area-currently 4,6% annually. - Dividends compounded quarterly. he 1st on sayings in • Considerate, helpful service to our manv customers, t » Sound investment policy. t Shouldn't you be en/vying these advantages, too? i •. ' •-. i ; . • Piaga first Federal, state & Wall Sts., Alton, Hi., For Wmrwff temperature, y/a( 465-4431, SAYINGS ANP I1Q.OQO to ASSOCIATION ft U wnr 75 <i9n$9mUv*

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