Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 20, 1963 · Page 8
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August 20, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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EIGHT ALTON EVENING tt)£St>AY, AUGUST 20,1S83 Dover Alumni Names Paul Daum President CARROLLTON - Paul Daum, supervisor froiii Under Township, was electee! president of the Dover School Reunion to be held In August in 196B at a reunion Sunday in Carrollton City park. The retiring president is Hnr- land Shannon. Other officers elected were Irvin Johnson, vice- president and Miss Rosalie Cronin, secretary and treasurer. Approximately 85 former stud- Greene Youth Sentenced to 1-3 Years CARROLTON Everett Donald McCain, 17, who had been cnts and members of their fam-'found guilty of forgery, was ilies were present Sunday, but brought into court Friday before only two former teachers were Judge Clem Smith, whore a pe- present and they were Mrs. 'tition for revocation of probation Charles Daum and Fred Pewter, was made by States Attorney now..of Greenfield. |Robert Mehrhoff. Mrs. Charles Daum, the retir-j The petition was granted and Ing.,secretary, read the minutes I McCain was sentenced to Illinois of the last meeting and also state Carrollton Pair To Mark 5&th Anniversary CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Florus Voiles, .Sr., will be honored at a family dinner this oven ing at the homo of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Boebe, in celebration of their 55th wedding anniversary. Others presents will bo the two sons of Mr. and Mrs. Voiles and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Flor- Voiles Jr., and daughters of Carrollton and Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Voiles and family of Decatur, Ala. Despite Waf, India's Exports tjtfRcr iri''OS NFAV DELHI—India registered the highest rise in Imports recorded during any single year In 1962--1963- Exports amounted to Rs 693.7 crores—Rs 3.34 crores more than those in the previous year. Hm<din4.H Cliib Stages Project Tour HARDIN — The Hardin Go-Get tors 4-H Ag Club had its annual project tour Friday afternoon. Club members, accompanied Mrs. Hubert Shaw, lc Robert Lahne, farm letters irom Eva Pearl Walker Jackson, Mrs. Alice Secor, Mrs. Clarence Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rudolph, Charles E. McGee, and Edith King Melvin. Short talks were made by visitors from a distance including Raymond Hanlon of Sandusky, 0., James Hanlon of Chicago, Earl Brown of Springfield, Francis Johnson of Kearney, Neb., and Glen Robley of Mexico, Mo. To Attend Reunion CARROLLTON - David Dailey, son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. Dailey, left Sunday for Ottawa, 111. where he will be a guest of Miss Daphne Mitchell and attend a reunion of the members of the University of Illinois Department of Speech and Drama Summer In stitute. Following the reunion Dailey will go to Ely, Minn., to visit his brother, John, and both will return home by way of Chi cago and expect to be home early in September. John Dailey has been employed in Ely for the summer and will continue his education this fall in Chicago at the University of Illinois School of Medicine. To Return Homo CARROLLTON — Miss Donna Reichmann, a student at the University of Illinois, has been employed for the summer at Estes Park, Colo., and will return home soon to spend a few weeks before returning to school. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reichmann, daughter, Sandy, and son Richard, left Monday for Estes Park to accompany her home. Anniversary Dinner CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mattis and their daughter, Mrs. Richard Kraut, and daughter, Karlene, of East St. Louis who spent the weekend here, went to Kampsville Sunday where they attended a surprise dinner given by friends honoring Mrs. Kraut's husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraut of St. Louis who were celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary, The dinner was held in St. Anselm's church hall at Kampsville. Although living in St. Louis, the Krauts also maintain" their home in Kampsville and spend weekends there. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON - Terry L. Savage and Miss Judy A. King, both of Winchester, were granted a marriage license Aug. 16 in the office of Richard McLane, Greene County clerk. Postmaster and Mrs. Joseph Alfeld and family returned home Saturday from a two-week vacation spent in the Ozarks. M.Sgt. and Mrs. George Graner and children of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo,, arrived Sunday and are guests of Sgt. Graner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Graner. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sturgeon and sons of Naperville are spending a few days with Mrs Sturgeon's mother, Mrs. Chris Daum, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Lee and son of Denver, Colo., are guests of Mrs. Lee's brother and sister- in-lasv, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Levi. Pvt. Neil Keeley, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Keeley, is now stationed at Fort Rucker, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker, and Mrs. Mary Becker and two daughters returned home Saturday from an eastern motor trip. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Becker's son - in - law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Oder, in Alphol Springs, N. Y. Penitentiary for one to three years. Two divorces were also granted by Judge Smith. Doris Phillips was granted a divorce from Thomas Phillips and Maxine Mo Pherson was granted a divorce from Dean McPherson. Williams Funeral CARROLLTON — Funeral services for James Leroy Williams of Wood River were conducted Saturday at Melil Funeral Home by the Rev. Darwin Rolens, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Carrollton. Military rites were conducted at Carrollton City Cemetery by members of Post 204 of Wood River. Pallbearers were also members of that Post and were Noah Sarrcnt, Harry Fredeking, Henry Fields, Walter Jones, Ben Jennings and Fred Woolen. Klsliop Funeral CARROLLTON — Funeral services for Claude Bishop were conducted Sunday at First Baptist Church by the Rev. Darwin Rolens Pallbearers were Eugene Batty, Donald Carter, Donald Graner, Robert Graner, Wayne Pruilt of Carrollton and M.Sgt. George C. Graner of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Honorary pallbearers were Harold Snyder and Floyd Howard Sr. Burial was in Carrollton City Cemetery. j Graduates CARROLLTON — Miss Sherry Kirbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirbach, gradual ed early in August from the Gem City Business College in Quincy. She is a graduate of the class of 1962 from the Carrollton Community Unit High School. Receives Discharge CARROLLTON — Robert Lake, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lake Sr., who has served three years in the U.S. Navy, received his discharge Monday morning at Philadelphia, Pa., and returned here Monday evening to make his home with his brother and sister-in<Jaw, Mr: and' Mrs. Ben Lake Jr; 'For the past 28 months Lake had been stationed at Rota, Spain. impsnied by leader, and adviser, vis- ited defr, the projects Beth Hanks, of Judy Led- Ricky ktflght, Marie, Dottle and Barbara Ores- ham, Barton and Robin Shaw, and Richard Large. Mrs. Chrissic Ledder is also a leader of the club. The club will have one more meeting this summer, to complete records, and members will dxhiblt their projects at the county 4-H show, which is held each year In connection with the Calhoun Apple Festival and Junior Fair. The dates of this year's fair are Sept. 13, 14 and 15. . HARDIN **• Delegates td the American LegleiW Auxiliary din- ventiori iri Chlcagd earlier this month reported on convention sessions at the meeting of the Hnr- dln Auxiliary unit Monday evenings In the Legion Hall. During the business session plans wore made for the unit's food stand at the Apple Festival in September. 1-11 Fctlerntloit HARDIN — The annual meeting of the Cnlhoun County 4-H Fed- eration ,#111 be held tonight. The FedenUfon, which is composed of older 4-H rnptibcrs, Is entering its third yeftf In Calhoun County, and the grbup has hcen very successful Ifi promoting the 4-H program in the county. Leonard For (Schneider, fecler- nlfon president, will conduct t h c meeting. Officers will be elected, and plans will be made for participation in the apple festival and junior fair. HELSINKI - Finland's government will buy farhi seed. 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