Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 10, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 10, 1963
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1963 8 Treated for Injuries At Jerseyville Hospital JERSEYVILLE — A number Sunday evening at his home whrn of unusual accidents «ent *pver- IIP fell \vhilr playine in the hase- nl patients to the Jersey Com-' merit of his home Suture? were muniry Hospital for emergency:required. treatment over the weekend. • Enrolls Al Sir Mrs. \Vavnr Lone of Jersey- JKRSKYVILLK - Gwree Morville suffered a burn of the If ft '^on. so " of Mr and Mlf; - La " r eyeball Saturday evening uhcn <•'"•'' Morrison of Fieldm,. Mas on- some caustic soda got in her eye rolled "s a first year student at at her home. She was released.thr Alton campus of _Southern II- FORT1 ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull after treatment. Kathy Crone. 12. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Crone of Jerseyville was accidently shot in the head by an arrow Saturday afternoon and suffered a laeeia- tion to the left forehead. The wound \\as sutured at the hospital. Donald .\\res. 120. of Jerseyville. incurred a laceration of the! thumb Sunday afternoon at his home. A jack slipped and the tractor came down on Ayres thumb inflicting the cut. The laceration was sutured at the hospit- linois University and will begin |\' his studies there Sept. 25. He is jj a 1963 graduate of the Jersey Community High School. Another 19tv3 graduate of the loi'al hiszh school, Richard Kirk, son of Mrs. Eleanor Kirk of Principia. is continuing his education in the field of engineering, in the U.S.. Navy. He is stationed at Norfolk, Va." Guest of Parents JERSEYVILLE — Miss Barbara Gibbons, who is a first year student at St. Joseph's Hospital Carrollton Couple Mark Anniversary «.' CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Ralston of r-.>niv*" \!rs. V'vianl Day and Mrs. Wri* Martin "f " I dred, Mrs. Florence Camerer ofi Carrollton, Mrs. Sarah McNeal of! Kane, Miss Lisa Tuev of Jersev-| ville and Mrs. Mary Kaye Rether-' ford and son of Carrollton. Ois-i missed Monday were Miss Chris-! tine Davidson and Mrs. Elizabeth Burch of Carrollton. Mrs. Ethel !Carroll E, Giberson entertained Meneley and Mrs. Shelby Engel at a family dinner Sunday at iand dau S |lter of Greenfield. Wil- tiiaii. v.,,™ • i» .• ,'.i- • ''am Raffety, also of Greenfield, their home in celebration of the r . . ' . .. ,,. iwas transferred in the Simpson 2,itli wedding anniversary and al- am bulaiu.-e to Alton Memorial the thii-d Chesterfield PTA to Meet On Thursday CHESTERFIELD - The Sep. tember meeting of the Chesterfield Parent-Teacher Association is set for Thursday evening. Members will have a weiner roast at 6:30 p.m. on the east lawn of the Grade School. A busi ness merlins: will follow. "Advance M«W" CHESTERFIELD-Agnes Wick- field Eastern Star Chapter of Chesterfield has announced Saturday will be "Advance Night", in the local Masonic Hall at 8 p.m. Mrs. Barbara Duckels and John Tapscott will be principal officers. Mr and Mrs. Russell Kraey are the worthy patron and worthy matron. School RcgtatraMoM CHESTERFIELD — There arc nil pupils registered at the Ideal Grnde School. Teachers include Mrs. Wilma Knele, Mrs. Christina Still, Mrs. Marie Snidle, Miss EllTflbeth Wade, Mrs. Anna Mae Lench and Mrs. tone Bowman. Mrs. Willlard Snelsion and Mrs. Lloyd Griffith are in charge of the Ittneh room. so grandaughter, JerseyviJle. Giberson, son birthday of their j Hospital Jami Kadell, ofi Leave for School CARROLLTON - Miss Marilyn Mehl. Miss Karen Booth, Miss of Mrs. Neva School of Nursing in Alton. was| a weekend guest "of her parents, complete with zither, will consti- ".. . and so I told that snoopy insurance man 'all right, guess how old I am,' and he did." Hooteiiaimy on Brighton * o League Program Sept. 18 BRIGHTON - A hootenanny. ( Carrollton Lodge Vanausdall of Carrollton and the late Sam Giberson and Miss j Pauline Steinacher, daughter of | Mr. and Mrs. Carl Steinacher of j Jerseyville. were married Sept. 112, 1938. Attendants were the late Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woolsey. Donna Hindelang, Miss Donna Sue Allen and Mike Shackelford left during the weekend for I made their home on a farm in i Charleston where they are students at the Eastern Illinois University. Miss Mehl and Miss Booth, 1963 graduates of the Carrollton High School, are fresh- ; i men. Attorney and Mrs. John Gib-jtute the program of the Wednes- Ibons. She attended St. Louis Uni-j day Sept 18 2 p.m. meeting of ! versify last year. J the cjvk Lcague _ ^ opening o£ al. Bert Schaaf of his left foot in a Monday morning and lacerated; the great toe of the foot. The, j£R~^E\\~ILLE—i^Ir and Mr<* ! l ' ie season meeting will occur at wound was sutured at the Jersey; Edu . ard w McKinnon and dau<*h-! Uie llome o£ Mrs - Sam Cardinal, Hospital. iter/Cindy and Sally, were guests : and Mrs - Carolyn Kozicky of Al- Mike Church. 12. son of Mr.; g ^ a | , he home o{ Mrs Mo .|ton will be the principal feature and Mrs. Edward Church of Jer-1 Kinno j,- s aunt Miss Margaret De->' of the n °°tenanny. Ms. Kozricky, seyville ran a splinter under thejg^ andcvisi ' ted ;. uh Jim C arm-j who accompanies her sons on the nail of his right index finger at,^. <Qn Q{ Mr and Mrs L c j zither, has appeared at the Chase his home Saturday evening. He | ^^ of Fu ] ]e rton.'calif, and l Club ' taken to the Jersey Com-l^ &m ^ Mr _ F p Tlapek ofi Cape Girardeau. Mo., who spent Jersevville. , , , „, Nash-' zlc ^' s appearance- The meeting ville. Tenn.. where he will tend Vanclerbilt University. Move To New Kesidences JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and ;ody. son i Carmody was taken to tne jersey Lom-;^ aum munity Hospital at 7:45 p.m. and the foreign object was removed.; ^ wee( . end Robin Klunk, 2, son of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Robert Klunk of Jerseyville. caught her finger in a window fan at his home Saturday evening. The small finger of his left hand was lacerated and sutures were taken at the munity Hospital. Darrell Ufer of Medora sustained a fracture of the foream Sat-- ^ to McClusky urday evening when he fell down ^_ „„,, Af ^. A , some steps in FJeldon. He was _1 given emergency treatment at the ( tQ ^ residence Jersey Commun.ty Hospital a n d hased ^.^ Ml then transferred to Memorial {^ Walkin ^ on Hospital in Alton. Robert Duggan. 4, son of Mi and Mrs. Edward Duggan of Jei seyville lacerated his forehea Mrs. Leo George is program | chairman of the month and has imade arrangements for Mrs. Zo- at . | will be open to Brighton area women interested in the League. i Mrs. Jasper Campbell have mov- Jersey Com-. d {Q residence formerly occupied 'by the Russell Storey family at 1201 Ferguson. The Storys have Maurice Kirch- from 418 Short •y recently -. and Mrs. at 605 West Pearl. The Walkington family has Announce Birth BRIGHTON — Word has been received of the birth of a son to A-2c Thomas J. Hughes and Mrs. Hughes, the former Mary Nell Carpenter of Pattonville, Texas, at Pattonville Sept. 25. The baby. first for the couple, is named Greene County. They are the par-i stirf Law I ' r 5 ed ents of two children. Mrs. Peggy LIVERPOOL-A highly placed j I Kadell of Jerseyville and Kilby! British government officer is urg- ! Giberson of Carrollton. ' ! in - passage of stricter laws to Rummage Sale \mmpe\ newspaper reporters to ! CARROLLTON - The LJons ; reveal their &ources lt asked to 'Club rummage sale Saturday o,, 1 during court proceedings P a s t tne Courthouse lawn netted S153. Club to Meet CARROLLTON - The Noble Grand Club of the Rebekah The auctioneer was George Jeffrey. Members of the committee \\ere Gilbert Jeffrey. Glenn evening at the home of Mrs. Dean Diehl Guv 0 Peltv Frank Dan Martin. with Miss Lena Keyes as j e i s anc | p au ( p re <; S ier. assisting hostess. , BospitaJ \ole-? Contract for Rock ! CARROLLTON - Louis Carter CARROLLTON - A contract to of Carrollton was admitted to deliver 800 tons of rock at 51.50 Bo yd Memorial Hospital as a per ton to be used in the Rock- me dical patient Saturday. Admit- bridge road district was let Fri- lted day to Martin Valstad. Sunday as medical patients i were Miss Lisa Tuey of Je.rsey- To Undergo Surgery j vil!c , Mrs . Patsv B rannan and CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs.; Miss Christine Da\-idson. both of Jack McDonald left Friday ior; Carrollton . Admitted Monday as Sarasota, Fla.. where McDonald 1 medical patients were Charles entered a hospital and will under- ; Huff of j erseyT ni e . Elmore Smith go major surgery. Licensed to Wed CARROLLTON — Three riage licenses were issued 6 at the office of Richard Lane, Greene county clerk. of Roodhouse, Mrs. Mae Smith of ! Greenfield, Miss Mardena Reisch mar '!and Mrs. Clara Reif of Carroll- Se Pt-|ton. Mc-j One' Dismissed Sunday WE THINK OUR ICE CUBES ARE BETTER! TRY 'EM Vour Beverage* Will Look Better and Taste Better! Automatic Vendors 24 HOURS HYNDMAN 9TH AND PIASA TO ALTON-WOOD RIVER AREA TELEPHONE CUSTOMERS Many changes have just taken place in your telephone service. Here are a few hints to help make your telephoning easier: DIAL "1" ONLY FOR DIRECT DISTANCE DIALED CALLS DO NOT DIAL "1" FOR LOCAL CALLS OR CALLS IN YOUR TOLL FREE CALLING AREA. . . . Many Alton and Wood River area telephone numbers have been completely changed — check your new directory before dialing. Thank You. Illinois Bell Telephone Company Thomas Calvin and weighed 7 was issued to pounds, 10 grandparents ounces, are Mr. Paternal and Mrs. moved to Northmoor where have bought a they Thomas R. Hughes of Brighton; maternal grandparents are and Mrs. Calvin Carpenter, tonville. Airman Hughes is jrently stationed in England. Mr. Pat- cur- . Seymour of Roodhouse and Miss; OPEN FOR BUSINESS FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY MARY'S CLEANERS 104 Washington, E. Alton 259-7028 Lois Brooks of Carrollton. Another was issued to Joel Carl Frazer of Alton and Miss Judith Ann Seely of \Miite Hall. The third was issued to Jacques Gene Early and Mrs. Laura Jean Dotson, both j of Carrollton. • Carrollton Notes I CARROLLTON — Mrs. Marga-j ret Gray of Detroit. Mich., is| spending a few days with her sis- 1 iters and brother-in-law, Mr. and| FOSTERBURG. - The Foster- ; Mrs- John Alla]a and Mrs . Leo burg School Mothers Club wi^isimonds hold its first meeting of the newj Miss Linda Er i ander le ft Tues- h Shoemaker and Sheldon Ottt on 50 " 0 ? 1 - ve f at l P' m ' Wednesday , day to feturn {o her home fa in the all-purpose room of the i Gales burg after a visit with her School Principal Charles | brother . ln . law ^d sist er, the j Brighton Cub Pack ! To Meet Sept. 23- i BRIGHTON - Cub Pack 39 1 will meet at 7 p.m. Monday. Sept. 123, at the Village Hall. A movie jon cubbing will be shown by Nea- Fostei" School Mothers to Meet ithe Piasa Bird Council. Re-regis- Uration of Cubs will occur. Prospective Cubs and their parents 1 jare invited to attend the meeting, ! Gerald Standefer, has said. school. jRayborn will address the group. | Rev and Mrs Roger christia,,. LIMA — Peruvian fishermen re- i son. 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