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, JULY It, 1963 , and Mrs, Bailey of fcarrolltoti Wed 25 Years • CARROLLl-ON - Dr. and Mr 'P\ A, ,f5ftll§i> entertained a stria gtfbttp of friends at their horn Tuesday evening in celebration > their 25th Wedding anniversary. Dr. Dailey, son of the la Mf. and Mrs. John A. Dailey, an Margaret Eagan, daughter of t! late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Et ah, were married July 16, 1938 i St. Augustine Catholic Church i Austin, Minn., by the Rev. Frai els Cunningham. Their altendan' were Mrs. Peter Merlensotto < Austin, sister of the bride, a h Edward Dailey of Burlingtoi brother of the groom. Followin their marriage Dr. and Mrs. Dai ey made their home in Scottvii: for a time and came to Carrol Ion in 1940, Where they have sine resided, with the exception of th four and a half years in which D Dailey was a member of t h armed forces. Dr. Dailey i a practicing physician and surg eon. They arc the parents of tw sons, John and David. John Dai ey graduated in 1961 from Notr Dame University and will be sophomore this year at the Uni versify of Illinois Medical Sihoo in Chicago. David Dailey is junior in the Carrollton Comniun ity Unit High School. Attending the party from ou of town were Mrs. Peter Merten sotlo and son, Charles, of Austin Minn., who arc spending 10 days at the Dailey home, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Eagan and daughter o Detroit, Mich., who returned to their home Wednesday, having been a guest of Eagan's brother in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs Dailey, since Thursday. Greenfield Wins Khoury Tourney : CARROLLTON — Members of the Greenfield Senior 7-to-9 age team won first place Sunday afternoon at the close of the first week of the Khoury League tournaments at Greenfield. Managers of the winning team are Dale Baldes and Walter McManus. Second place was won by the Carrollton senior team with Hugh Cross as manager and Neal Gillingham as coach. Third place went to the Carrollton Junior team, managed by Bill Schimpff, when they defeated the Greenfield Junior team. Another tournament for the 9 to 11 age group is under way this week in White Hall. Move to New Home CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. More Whiting have moved into their new home in the southeast part of town, formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Young. T he residence from which they moved is'for sale. Family Picnic CARROLLTON — Mr. ajid Mrs. D. C. Grizzle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Langer Jr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bridgewater and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Lovekamp had a picnic supper Tuesday evening at Godar Dia mond on the Illinois river south of Karnpsville. Vacation on Ranch CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schreiter and family, Miss Mary Thelma Voiles and Donald Pressler of this city, accompanied by three youths from Carlinville, left Tuesday to spend the r vacation on a dude ranch at Buffalo Wyo. The ranch is owned by Wy oming Jack O'Brien, an uncle 01 Schreiter. Chancery Sales CARROLLTON - W. G. Vogt master in chancery conducts two sales of farm land and on lot in Hillview Saturday at th Greene County Courthouse. Hai ry Grizzle of Kane was auctior eer. The 80 acres belonging to th heirs of the late Emma Anderso and located south of Carrollton o Alternate Rte. 67 was sold at a.m. to Miss Mary Lou Carter o Dwight. Ninety acres of land belongin to the hears of the late Fran Hoskins and located near Hillvie\ was sold for $9,800 to Mr. a n Mrs. Eugeme Beems of Meredi sia. The lot in Hillview, also bi longing to the Hoskins heirs, wa bought by William C. Hoskins o Hillview for $950. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Earl Syme is on a two-week vacation froi his work in the Milner Drug Ston Mr. and Mrs, Charles Sackma left Sunday to return to thei home in St. Petersburg, Fla., a ter spending two months wit relatives. They were accompan ie<J home by Mrs. Sackmun's sii ter, Mrs. Harry Hoots, and Mrs> Lelia Giberson, who will be thei guests for two weeks. William Boe, son of Mrs. F. L Imus, is a patient this week i St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Belli, vllje, where he is undergoing ex aminalion, Mi's. A. 0, Ford of Springfiel and her house guests, Mrs, Sai Miller and daughter of HoldervWe Qkju., were guests Sunday < Mrg. Ford's sister-in-law, Mis Nita Ford. Miss Barbara Vogt and.Mis Mary Vogt are spending this wee at }he Waterloo County Club a guoets of their aunts, Mrs. Vi glulu Schuette and Mrs. >I u 1 i Httlier. '!. ' plugged ' 4% 0| ff O 9 6fl »• « •fsrji s m * m W8i ef 1m tOTWlth RIFTY BPWC Picnic At CaiTollton CARROLLTON — The Business and Professional Woman's Club had a picnic supper Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Bessie Schnelten. During a short business sessior plans Were completed for attend- Ing the municipal opera In St Louis Aug. 7. Ornveslde Services CARROLLTON Graveside services will be conducted Thursday at 4:30 p.m. in Carrollton City Cemetery for Mrs. Julia Heror Neppert, 9<l, of Kansas City by the Rev. Darwin Rolens, pastoi of First Baptist Church. Furtera services for Mrs. Nepport hac previously been conducted In Kansas City. Here to attend the committal service will be Mrs. Nep port's sister, Mrs. H. M. Dockery, ind her niece, Mrs. Marie Ran- ficld of Kansas City. Mrs, N c p p e r I was a former Carrollton resident and was the wile of the late Robert Neppert. Huchdoldt Funeral CARROLLTON - Funeral servces for' Thomas Bechdoldt vere conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Simpson Funeral Home by the Robert Wagener officiating, 'allbearers were William Flatt, terold Flatt, Harold Giberson, •larold Goewey, Frank Schroeder and Wayne Scott. Burial was in Dayton Cemetery near Eldred. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — John Stewart of Rockbridge entered Boyd Me morial Hospital Monday for surgery. Entering Monday for medical care were Norman Powell ol Rockbridge, Miss Alice Clark and AYS. Tosa Vice of Carrollton. Dismissed Tuesday were Mrs. <ay Giberson and daughter a n d Mrs. Diane Gourlcy and daugh- er, both of Carrollton. Rings Stolen From Wood River Home WOOD RIVER — Mrs. James ihive, 332 S. 13th St., reported o police at 11:08 a.m. Monday theft of a set of wedding ings from her home. They are alued at $550. The set, which included a dia- nond engagement and wedding ings was stolen from a box in ilrs. Shives' bedroom, according o police. She told police that her ouse had been unlocked while she vas at work. Minor Collision WOOD RIVER — A minor auto ccident on the Tri City Parking at involving cars driven by .Mrs. Ulison Gernon, 216 Halier, East Iton, and Edwin East, 1.124 E. erguson, was reported to police t 5:30 p.m. Monday. A report of the accident indi- ates that the rear of the East ar collided with th the Gernon chicle while East was backing P. jersey Officials Return from Trips •JERSEYVILLS - Chief of Pol- Ice Herman H. Blackorby Jr.. re turned to duty Monday following a vacation in Colorado and other Western states. He \va& accompanied by his wife and their two sons, Richard and Ronald, and by Mr. and Mrs, Harold Blackorby and son, David. City Clerk and Mrs. Everett Carlson have returned from a vacation trip spent in the Missouri Ozarks. Most of the time was spent In the vicinity of Fort Wood. Carlson resumed his duties as city clerk Monday. Fire Threat JERSEYVlLLfi — Jersi^yville Fire Department was called Tuesday morning to fight a firr; at 612 North Liberty St. The blaze originated In dry weeds that had been mowed on a two lot area. How the fire started was not determined, but may have been from a discarded cigarette. Cars Collide JERSEYVILLE — Cars operated by Mrs. Bonnie H. Pickerel and Mrs. Gloria Plummer figured in an accident on McGill street about 50 feet south of the East McGill Tuesday morning, according to city police report. None of the occupants of the two cars were reported injured and damage to the vehicles was small. Stung by Bee JERSEYVILLE—William Louis Finkes, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Finkes of Dow was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital for treatment at 2:30 p.m. Monday. He was stung on the forehead by a bumble bee. Marriage License JERSEYVILLE — A marriage license was issued in the office of County Clerk Linda Crotchett on July 15 to Wilbur D. Mouser of Hartford and Mary Etta Paine of East Alton. Grafton Kirth JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mclntire of Grafton have given the name Barbara Georgan to their daughter born July 12 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed five pounds, 10 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Miller of Fieldon and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Mclntire of Grafton. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Mclntire was Miss Marie Miller. Other children in the family are Mary Jane, 18, Raymond, 16, Bessie, 13, Pearl, 8, Dolly Jo, 6, Sandra Ray, 5, Patricia, 3, and Joan Dianne, l 1 /^. Resumes Duties JERSEYVILLE —Miss Edith Gamerdinger resumed her duties Monday as secretary in the law office of Alvin H. Petitt following a week's vacation. She and her sister, Miss Eva Gamerdinger, visited in Jacksonville Wednesday and had lunch with Mrs. William Worrall of that city, who was formerly Miss Sstaleen Scribner of Jerseyville. Completes Course JERSEYVILLE — Robert Walk- ngton, -son of Mr. and Mrs. Lindell Walkington of Jerseyville, has if Checking Accounts ^ Savings Accounts ^ Auto Financing DO YOU KNOW WHY SO MANY PEOPLE SAVE AT OUR BANK? BECAUSE IT HELPS THEM BUILD THEIR FINANCIAL FUTURE! HERE'S HOW . . . A BANK LIKE OURS CAN BE YOUR "FINANCIAL PARTNER" When you do all your banking —checking, saving, and borrowing— a t one Full Service Bank such as ours, you'll soon realize "we know you at the bank." 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ACCUUNIS INSURED TO S IO.OOO 1520 WASHINGTON AVE,—UPPER ALTON Nationally Significant Possible State GOP Fight DON fc. CllAMBtOtttAtN Telegraph Correspondent SPRINGFIELD, til.. (Special) — Illinois' Republican presidential primary next April could have an effective result on the contest ing" the people, both old and lor the party's gubernatorial nom- young who have come into corn- candidates for GOP president make a fight for the state's preferential vote. One major candidate for Governor has already expressed his opinion that U. S. Sen. Barry Goldwater, as of now, is strongest of all presidential candidates in Illinois. Charles H. Percy, 43, wealthy Chicago industrialist, Is the only announced candidate for Republican Governor and »expressed himself when asked on a radio panel as to who he rates strongest for Republican President as saying "Barry Goldwater would carry Illinois stronger than any other candidate." Anotoher —ibcr- natoriul candidate possibility who believes Goldwater strongest now is Hayes Robertson, Flossmoor, head of the Cook County GOP. A third candidate, Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier, East Moline, who announces for governor in his home town on August 4, so far has not associated himself with any expression as to what Republican will make the best race for President in Illinois. Closest he has come to the national picture is his Sept. 12 testimonial campaign fund-raising dinner at Chicago, at which former Vice President Richard Nixon will speak. Goldwater Boom Here in Springfield, observers say Illinois interest in Senator Goldwater as a possible Jlepubli- can nominee for president is near- ng the boom stage. Al Bernard! executive director for the GOP State Committee said there "is i steady trickle of casual visitors to state headquarters seeking information concerning Goldwater." The State Committee, of course, can County Chairmen's Association. Another showing Rockefeller interest is Stale School Superintendent Ray Page. Bernard!, described as "amaz state" director of finance; William aiCHt U4ACI.I.VI1 \Jl lIl»**nv-*-| »» ».••«.•••• Day, research director of the llli- gJx»Yettf*Oltl Bill Gil nols Legislative Council; and Dr. Jack tsakoff, former council dl- fi M tf vti | |V t»«i t)nu rector and presently with South- " n ^^ "* * ^ l * (nation should two or more major mittee headquarters here to In' quire for Goldwaler stickers and bumpers. He added, "of course We don't have any. We refer them to Washington or Chicago where Senator Goldwater's people have set up headquarters." State Fair Speakers Keynoters for Republican and Democratic days at the Illinois State Fair here during the exposition's ten day stand, August 9 18, will be announced shortly, Two Republican governors who replac ed Democrats in elections last year, are mentioned for GOP Day with Vice President Lyndon B, Johnson and Secretary of Labor Willard Wirlz, Chicago, listed as Democratic Day possibilities. The two GOP governors, said to be under consideration for Republican Day, are Harry Bellmon of Oklahoma, and John Anderson Jr., of Kansas. Both won election in 1962, to take over state houses formerly held by Democrats. Bel mon, State Chairman Victor Smith, Robinson, said is the first Republican to ever win election for governor in usually strong Democratic Oklahoma. Technical Staff Illinois House Speaker John W. Lewis, Marshall, has recommended to the State Budgetary Com mission it set up a technical staff to conduct research for both the Commission and for House and Senate Appropriation committees during • sessions of the General Assembly "so benefits will b e shared by the committees and the individual members of both Houses." Pointing out that approximately §100 million was appropriated out side the regular budget in the recent Legislature, Speaker Lewis suggests "it j might be wise that (legislators) intending to intro- iTI II luiiiuia will vci oiij* t * i»**^Mf ^>v»«» f\ aif\ jf c>ni »-/*v« * »t*vr»i wj »* «»-o ev added tsakoff could be balled bit him on the eye-lid, resulting upon by the Budgetary Commit in four stitches taken ill the woiind ston for consultation "whenever to close It. "• ' : MicrmeJ Barrett, sen of Mr. and -Irs. John-Barrett of aMfM .Elm A stale air service to be used St., was playing wiUv his dog •Mote by slate officers and heads of day at home an dfteaHlfrtal at- various agencies for official busi- tacked him, the boy'si rrtottg«ahi ness Is created by legislation sign- Young MIchaeTwaa takdHpJt. cd Into law last week by Gov. Josephs Hospital where he Otto Kerner, It appropriates $276,- treated and then 293 to launch the program and . another $100,000 for a revolving Roxailft Club fund in the state aeronautics department. Agencies using the service will pay into the fund In proportion to the amount of use. 1IIU OlctiU V^UllILUlLlCir, Ul LASUIOI., ' " — . . s neutral as far as presidential duce individual bills containing an choices are concerned but attach- appropriation be invited to sub- es of the committee office seem mit the bills to the Budgetary fascinated by the Goldwater phe- Commission before introducing romena. They say that going back them in the General Assembly, is far as Eisenhower and Nixon i Lewis said he prepared the recommendations after conferring with Ted Leth, assistant to t h e when there was vast publicity for both, they cannot recall any comparable grass roots interest as Goldwater is getting.' New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, however, is still a strong contender. He has declined invitations to appear, reportedly because he feels it is too early. One of his staunch supporters is Harry G. Taylor, Decatur, Macon tounty Republican chairman and president of the Illinois Republi- completed a course with the Falks School of Photography in Branson, Mo. PLEASE YOUR CAT WITH ALL-CHICKEN A STRONGHEART PRODUCT ern Illinois University. The .Speak State Aeronautics Department cu tive board members of Roxana Director J. E. Wenzel^ answering Woman's Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the home o: president, Mrs. Alan Rhea, 6' criticism of the bill when it was up for conhlderatlon In the Gen- Wf *w«. fc*wt«««*».«w»»«v..-.-- "- Kit; Ul CO1UC.III) 1TJ& Ol ^IIMJI JLVI1V<14| V I era! Assembly, said the service Roseweed Drive in Rosewooc will mean more equitable sharing Heights to make plans for the of expenses for air transportation corning year and select commit- service which is now operated tee chairmen, sojely at the expense of his department. Several state office „„„...,., _„, heads, including Kerner, have er) daughter of Mr. and Mrs used rented planes. South Roxahians Attend Convention SOUTH ROXANA— John Sheets Harry Parker of 909 E. Acton Ave., Wood River, whose marriage to Berry Seeword is set for July 27 at the Roxana First Baptisi Church, was guest of honor Sun clay evening at a household show er at the home of Miss Sherr — , Jerry Titsworth and Miss Angela DeBoard of 46 W. Woodland, Rosei ,L ^ j wood Heights, Brown have returned after attending a Jehovah's Witnesses con- .~~~ ..... —~ — vendon at Milwaukee, Wis., at the yell, Dorothy Gross, Mrs. Shirlej Milwuakee County Stadium. South Roxana Notes „„ ....... ____________ SOUTH ROXANA — Mrs. Nel- Peggy Sparks, Sandy Nunn and ie Tribout of Old Edwardsville Patty Parker. Road is. making an extended vis- Refreshments were - served b_ it with her daughter, Mrs. Oliver the hostesses, Miss DeBoard, Miss Halbe, at Atlanta, Ga. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grob and daughter, Kathy, of Xessor spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boswell and family on Ohio Avenue. Visits in Kansas EAST ALTON — Mrs. Anna Knight, 415 Church St., visited her son, Airman Gerald Knight, wife and children, in Topeka, Kans., the past week. FREE-FREE-FREE Dry With Washing Every Tues. and Thurs. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. QUICK CLEAN CENTER No. 3 Eastgate Plaza EAST ALTON Completely Air Cooled SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO Our Greatest Portrait Offer! Only 3 More Days! Thru Sat., July 20 11' xU" Portraits are taken at Sears by nationally advertised PJctureland® Studio* ... specialists in photo* graphing children... and have been awarded the Parentt' Commendation Seal. Ii;i4 Bust Vignette Portrait 6 beautiful camera studies are taken of your child. From the best pose of your choice, we will make you a lovely bust Vignette Portrait as shown above . ., unmounted, suitable for framing. You get all this for only.. . ^H ^mi *MW 50# ^ ^f ^ ^P. handling, A W A W wrapping, ^fc,*^ ^fLJr insurance Photographs taken of babies of 5 weeks up to children 12 years old. No appointment necessary. Limit; 1 Bust Portrait pe* child, 2 per family, Children's group pictures taken at. 881* per child, Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back- SEARS Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back 309 Piasa St. Qpe» MonOayi Thursday, Friday 9 to 9 Other »§y§ 8 to 5 A six-yeaf-old Alton boy's dog Meet Thursday ROXANA — Officers and exo- Melville Church Will Vnite With CCC Conference the Melville Union Congrega lonal Church on RW. 1M, a«» fried with the Illinois Congrega Utmal Conference since the church vds ovpnlzedi has voted to unite the Conservative Congregn tlottal Christian Conference. Th> CCC Conference Is the out- gtwvyth of the greater merger of he dulled Church of Christ. The CCCC has its headquarters at Cai'Hsle, Mass., with a mem rershl»« of 50 churches whlcl lave a 1 ' membership of over 5000 :t has tad its major growth since 1957. \ The .Conference with which the church 1» affiliating has a repre sentatlve\ as Chaplain in the Armed Forces, Jt has a seat 01 he American Bible society anc s a member 'of -the National As soclation of\ Evangelical Churches Patty Parker Honored ROXANA — Miss Patty Park Prizes for games were won.bj Donna Bockholdt, Marsha Lo Lovell, Mrs. Sharon Hasenjaeger Sandy Heathman, Carlin Lowver Mrs, Eaton Vistti Altott Hospital wOOtf RtVEtt - Mrs. Homer Eatoft Carbondale, department president of the Illinois Vetef'ah's of Foreign Wars Auxlllnryt made icr official visit ftrtd Inspection of the veteran's Wards of thd Alon State Ilospilat, Sunday. In company with Mrs. Eaton were: Mrs. Walter Buehler, Treh- on, department junior Vice fifes- detttj Mrs. Harvey House, Qrah- He City, 12 District Auxiliary president; Mr. Eaton, Mr. Buehler and Mr, House. Leading the tour which was conducted by hospital personnel, were Mrs. Jack diiccloilf!, Wood River, department hospital chairman; and Mrs. Ruth Valln', Alton, hospital co-chairman. Homo from California , EAST AtiTON — Mrs'.-pti Ready has returned to her horn at 409 Church St., after a two week vacation In Los Angeles Calif., where she was a guest ii the home of her son and daugh ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomn Ready and daughter, Christine. Peggy Sparks, Miss Judy Boswell Miss Gayle Lackey and Mis Carlln Lowver. COVER GIRLS COVERED RABAUL — Several merchants In New Guinea 1 have made a practice of covering nude calendar photos with strips of cloth. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily WHATEVER YOU DO . . . to do your best . ••., . use 101, W. 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