Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 13, 1963 · Page 5
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September 13, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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' FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Greene County Board Sets New Fiscal Year Carrollton Pair Mark Anniversary CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daum will observe their thirtieth wedding anniversary Monday at their home east of Carrollton. Daum, son of Mrs. Chris Daum of Carrollton and the late Chris Daum, and Miss Lorene Coonrod, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Cobnrod were married Sept. 16, 1933, in Edwardsville by the Rev. J. W. Cummings, pastor of the Methodist Church. Attendants were Mrs. Billie Fenton of Alton and the late Donald Denny. Folowing their marriage they made their home in Carrollton and in 1939 moved to the farm of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Ciller, which they bought within a few years and where they have since resided. Daum is a member of the Greene County Board of Supervisors from Linder township. They are the parents of two children, Miss Darlene Daum of Albuquerque, N. M., and Richard Daum who is engaged in farming with his father. They also have two grandchildren. To Attend Wedding CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carmody and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carmody and Mrs. Francis Hill will go to St. Louis Saturday to attend the wedding of Carmody's and Mrs. Hill's niece, Virginia Compton Carmody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Carmody, and Rich ard Mclntosch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bryce Mclntosch ol New York. Jersey Sheriff To Attend Red Cross Conclave JERSEYVILLE - Sheriff Paul Miller, fund drive chairman for Jtrsey County, will be a delegate to the Red Cross conference which will be held Sept. 20-21 at t h e Hilton Inn in North Aurora. Chapters from all parts of the state will be represented at the conference at which the North Aurora Chapter will be the host. Workshops scheduled for Sept. 20 will be of the panel type discussion and will center on the program building and policy of Red Cross Chapters. The v i c a president of the fnternational Red Cross, Ramone S. Eaton, will address guests at the banquet Friday night. The workshops to be held Saturday, Sept. 21, will consist main ly of informal discussions stress ing the manner in which the policies and goals of the Red Cross are to be achieved. Rear Admiral Howard Yeager of the U.S. Navy, commandant of the Ninth Naval District, will speak at the luncheon Saturday. Dennis Ferguson Home JERSEYVILLE — Dennis Fer guson of Jerseyville, who sustain ed serious injuries in a car-truck accident six weeks ago, was brought to his home Tuesday afternoon from Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. He will return to the hospital later for grafting surgery. His left arm was seriously injured and for a time it was feared amputation might become necessary. He was first brought to Jersey Hospital, then rushed to St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton and then to Barnes. Move Here From Collinsville JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. •F. L. Kennedy have moved here from Collinsville and are residing at 106 Circle Drive. Mr. Kennedy is the new manager of Limerick Finance Co. here succeed ing Ed Kyle who has been trans Jerred to Winfield, Kans. where he will be manager of the company's office there, CARROLLTON — The fiscal year of Greene county was changed Tuesday and Wednesday by Greene County Board of Supervisors and will now* be from the first Monday in December to the first Monday in December. The change was made in order that the fiscal year might coincide with the times in which the new county officials take office during election years. In order to put the change into effect the en suing year will be of 15 months long, beginning in September and ending the first Monday in December, 1964. The board also appropriated a tax levy of $314,600 for the 15-month period, to be used as follows: General corporate, $81,600; county highway, $80,000; county special bridge, $40,000; federal aid matching, $40,000; Illinois Municipal Retirement, $13,000; tuberculosis, $30,000; and county offices, $30,000. Mrs. Barbara Cook of Greenfield was re-employed as the county tuberculosis nurse. The petit jurors list was drawn for the ensuing year and election judges were approved. The road and bridge levies in the 13 townships were also approved. Training Class CARROLLTON — Members of the Carrollton Civil Defense Auxiliary Police and the White Hall Civil Defense Auxiliary Police cooperated in a training course conducted by James Tuey, deputy sheriff of Greene County and captain of the Auxiliary Police, concerning the method of finding and rescuing drowning persons. The class was conducted at the reservoir at White Hall Wednes day evening. Attend District Meeting CARROLLTON — The fall meeting of District 5 of the Health Improvement Association was held Wednesday at the Holiday Inn in Jacksonville. Attending from Greene county were Mrs. Adrian Read, Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin Brodmarkle, Mrs. Lloyd Lorton, Mrs. Herman Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds. Undergoes Surgery CARROLLTON — Kenneth Robinson, a Kane farmer, underwent major surgery Friday i n Barnes Hospital in St. Louis for the second time this summer. Ceramics Clams CARROLLTON — Mrs. Oglej Jones of Route 1, Eldred, is open-! ing a class hi ceramics at her I home to be known as Kaly's Cer | amics. The class will be held; each Tuesday and, in addition to instruction on the making and firing of various articles, supplies will be available. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "And for 29 years now he's been coming home and saying 'what have you been doing with yourself all day?'" Business Machines Stolen From Triad High School EDWARDSVILLE - The sheriff's office today was continuing an investigation into a burglary reported Wednesday at Triad Community Unit School District 2 on U.S. Highway 40 east of Troy, where business machines and articles valued at more than $1,500 were stolen. 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