"•» 5" '".W' fV* ALTON EVENING 6 Treated Jersey Accidents *<- . • . - bean Cox of foas treated fct the tef- Hospital at 6:30 "Montfay. While working at his 'fWrtiet|ohie gasoline got into hl$|ftr btirtiing it. Me was releas- Joahrm, Lester, 4, .daughter of Mr. and &ffs. Jessie Lester of Stuped on a piece of broken glass , lit her home and cut her left fttot,- Monday after-' nooil. Hie Wbtind was sutured at Jersey Community Hospital. ''" Randolph Freshour, 9, of Jet- seyville sustained a laceration of the forehead Monday everting when hitiia 'the -head by a toy gun at hi^ home. The laceration was sutured at the Jersey Community Hospital. , Mrs. William Gowin of Jersey- vllle stepped on a nail at her! home Monday evening and incur red a puncture wound of the righ foot. She was treated at the Jer sey Community Hospital and released. Wayne McDaniels of Jerseyville was treated and released from the Jersey Community Hospital at 6:45 p.m. Saturday following » mishap about 12 miles northeast of Kane when two cars going in the same direction collided. McDaniels resides on the Calvin Whitlock farm. Hardin Birth JERSEYVILLE— Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Snider of Hardin have given the name Michael Scott to their infant son born at 3:22 a.m. Aug. 3 at Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds 12% ounces. He is a grandson of Mrs. Ruth Eberlin and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Snider of Hardin Before her marriage Mrs. Snidei was Miss Sue Eberlin. They have a daughter, Melinda, 4, and son, Gregory, 1. • e Parents of Boy ; JERSEYVILLE— Mr. and Mrs bonald Ferguson of Jerseyvill ilre the parents of a boy, David James, born at 6:22 p.m. Aug. J at Jersey Community Hospital The baby weighed nine pounds He is a grandson of Mrs. Ethei Ferguson of Joliet, Murray Ferguson of Jerseyville and Mr. anc Mrs. Walter Lynn of Dow; and i! a great-grandson of Luther Myers of Dow and Mr. and Mrs. James VVayman of Jerseyville. Mrs. Ferguson uprior to her marriage was Miss Betty Lynn. Other children in the family are Donald, 6, and Debra, 5. Guest o£ Relatives JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. George Gustafson left Monday for their home in Hill,City, Kan.,-following a weekend visit with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gustafson and son. They will stop en route in Anderson, Ind., for their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGee and children, who are moving to Hill City, Kan., where Mr. and Mrs. McGee will both be teaching in the school system this coming year. Honored on Birthday JERSEYVILLE — County Judge Howard Lee White was honored at a coffee given in the county clerk's office Monday'by officers and employes of the courthouse and local attorneys and their office personnel. The occasion marked the judge's birthday. ", Parents of Son JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blackwell of Fieldon are the parents of a boy born Aug. 4 at Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds, Lutheran Membership Sets Record By DICK SOtifcttttM) HENSlNKf, Finland (AP) Membership in Lutheran churches around the World has reached a record high, with gains on all continents, * ftett Lutherlfi dl* rectory says. ' . ... . the directory, placed on sale for the first time at the Lutheran World Federation's fourth assembly, said baptized memberships In churches now total 56,091,134. An estimated It million Lti- therans Ifi German Union church•s, which are outside the fedefa- lion, bring the, total world Lutheran membership to over 73 million, the directory said. This Is about 500,000 more than were eeunted tws years ago. the largest gains were in EU- pe, where 82 per cent of the world's Lutherans live. Membership in fc ti r o p e a ft Lutheran churches Increased 400,000 to 60.4 million in the past two, years. In North , America, Lutheran Church membership rose about 70,000 to 8.5 million during the same period.. Gains In Africa, Asia and Latin America were smaller. The assembly, attended by more than 800 representatives from around the world, 'Opened .tuly 30 arid ends Sunday, the conference is the tifit wisrld assembly slncf 1957 Mid Is dl&cUS- stog the role of the Lutheran Church in today's world. Archbishop Jaan Kllvit, head of the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church, told the assembly Tuesday that Soviet society has brought many problems to the Estonian church. But he added, "We know that Old church cannot withdraw into some cottier and try to wait until the storm ft0 MJM, NO MUM ST. f>EfERSBtJRa, fla «.** instead of mdVlftg ffijfti htiM» to house, tt-lren Ra1i»li Moustoil got ready to movie he simply had his home transported to a new location, the hotf|e is Specially .Arranged inside fot the 'convenience oil Mrs. Houston, an Invalid. is passed." the Estonian Church, with 350,- OOd members, is the second" largest in the Soviet Baltic republics. Beautify Your Bedroom with Authentic Colonial Design that Never Goe* Out of Style! Be Your Own Decorator! 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