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1 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Election Judges Picked in Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Judges of election for Jersey County have been approved by the board of supervisors. The list was submitted to the board by Stewart Sweeney, chairman of the Jersey County Republican Central Committee, and William Watts, chairman of the Jersey County Democrat Central Committee. Judges selected are; First Jersey, Delia Daly, Flora Reddish, Betty Allen, Leila Halliday and Marguerite McDow; Second Jersey, Sadie Bland, Wilma Lynn, Walter Stahl, Natalie Springman and Virginia Berthoux; Third Jersey, Corrine C. Franklin, Morris E. Waggoner, Paul Long, Ann McGuire and Helen Miller; Fourth Jersey, Gertrude M. Coombes, Edith Nail, James Allen, Culver Stillman and Joan Murray, Fifth Jersey, Harold C. Landon, Donald Daum, Virginia Horn, Pearl Gabbott and Florence Erwin; Sixth Jersey, Mary S. Catt, Phyllis Heitzig, Mildred Scoggins, Goldie Atchison and Shirley Woolsey; Seventh Jersey, Dorothy Ashlock, Mrs. Anthony Sc-hmit- tag, Vivian Akers, Vivian Kadcll and Lucille Wade; Eighth, Esther Grabbe, Mary M. Doak, Ann Schneider, Samuel Stephenson and Salome Little; Ninth Jersey, Rodger Egelhoff, Helen Hoitzig, Doris Madson, Paul Kuebrich and Charles Lenz. Elsah, Clayton D. Ford, Anna Lane, Marie Cresswell, Clemens G. Wendle, Cathiyn H. Smith and Faye Maxine Vollmer; English, Bernard Heitzig, Illger Beckner, Matt Darr, Henry Goetten and Clarence Becker; Fidelity, Helena Tuetken, Mrs. Allen Parsell, Leslie Shines, George Bell and Eldon E. Moore; Mississippi, H. Irwin Davis, Mary Whyte, Catherine Ferenbach, Agnes Steckel, and Celia McGiffen; Otter Creek, Donald Pellikan, Birdie Allen, Raymond Landon Sr., Lovetta J. Kirchner and Bertha Willman; Piasa, Laverna H. Roach, Celestine A. Sewell, Helen Fitzsimmons, Bertha Seeger and Raymond Montague; Quarry, Virginia G. Wilson, Opal G. Miller, Clinton Cope, Frances Snyders and Vera Skeins; Richwood, Harold Krueger, August Wheaton, Margy Morrison, Kenneth Powers and Lena Kruse; Rosedale, Laurine Davenport, Clark Legate, Robert Groppel, Georgie Healey and Gertrude Rudolph; Ruyle, Charles P. Sanders, L. O. Johnson, Leroy Gaffney, T. B. Ruyle and Clarence Brown. Jersey Man Injured In Tractor Mishap JERSEYVILLE—Emmett Collins of Jerseyville suffered injuries to the body and face Thursday afternoon when a tractor turned over on him at his home. He was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital at 1:45 p.m. and admitted as a patient for examination and treatment. Official Visit JERSEYVILLE—Mrs. Louise Swanson of Barryton, 111., department president, and Mrs. Hazel Haedike, Des Pdaines, 111., district inspector of the Woman's Relief Corps, paid an official visit to the Jerseyville Woman's Relief Corps Wednesday in Chapman Hall. The business session was preceded by a potluck luncheon at noon. It was announced that the district meeting will be at Centralia on Oct. 8. The district convention of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War will be held Sept. 26 in Chapman Hall, Jerseyville, beginning at 9:30 a.m. and an invitation was extended by the president Mary Arter to the members of the Relief Corps to attend. The annual reception honoring the department president and her staff of officers will be held Sept. 25 at Barryton, 111., with a 1 o'clock luncheon in the social rooms of St. Paul's Church, Report Bounty Total JERSEYVILLE - A total of $461.25 was paid out in bounties in Jersey County during the months of June, July and August. Of this amount $333.25 was for ground hogs and $128 for foxes. Okinawa's name for World War II was "typhoon of steel." The former Japanese island is a major United States base only 400 miles from China. OPEN SUNDAY-—ALL DAY Italian 1 / Bushel Freestone /2 Basket Prune $ PLUMS WINTER POTATOES 100 ft, S2.49 JONATHAN APPLES 1 Bushel 01 nn 2 Haslcet »liUU Fresh Country. Grade A, Small EGGS 3 Dot, BROADWAY & DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 East Broadway Jersey PTA Committees Announced JERSEYVILLE - The Parent Teachers Assn. of East Elementary School held Its first meeting of the school year Thursday evening in the school gymnasium. 'A Fable' For Grown - ups, Castaways", was shown through courtesy of the CIPS Company. The president, Mrs. Harold Bartlett, introduced the new officers who included Mrs. Allen Rue, vice president; Mrs. Theodore Ansell Jr., secretary and Miss Margaret Archer, treasur- r. Mrs. Bartlett announced the following committee chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Faulkner and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowers, hospitality; Mrs. Scott Courier, health; Mrs. James Pepper and Mrs. Keith Hirst, patriotism and spiritual education; Mrs. Allen Rue, Mrs. George Church, and Ron Gibson, program; Mrs. Hubert Catt and Mrs. William McAdams, publicity and scrap book; Mrs. Robert Beatty, Mrs. Strait Elliott, entertainment; Claude Davis, legislative; Mrs. Robert Cunningham, membership; Mrs. Charles Hunter and Mrs. Steve Cliarow, finance; Mrs, Willis Chapman, PTA magazine sales. Limericks composed by Miss Dorothy Schmidt, faculty member, referred to each teacher, and from these clues the assembly guessed the identity of the teachers. Former Jersey Woman to Teach In California JERSEYVILLE — Miss Juanita Lynn of Santa Monica, Calif., former Jersey County resident, has accepted a teaching position on the staff of the university of California Psychology Clinic at Los Angeles. Miss Lynn taught classes of retarded children in the Chicago area and San Diego prior to the new assignment. Last year she did graduate work at UCLA in :he field of psychology. As an instructor of the UCLA Psychology Clinic, she will supervise student teachers in their work with children who have various educational problems and need remedial assistance. The psychology clinic school is under the direction of Dr. James C. Coleman who has written numerous books on the subject of psychology and education. Miss Lynn's parents are Mi 1 , and Mrs. Walter M. Lynn of the Dow vicinity. Class to Be Entertained JERSEYVILLE — The Philathea class of the First Baptist Church will give a supper at 6 j.m. Tuesday honoring members of the Loyal Daughters Class. The Tried and True Class party will be held at the home of Mrs. Edward Rhodes at 7:30 p.m. Friday and the Amoma Class meets at the same time at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sauenvein will entertain mem- aers of the Kum Dubble Class at their home at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Circle meetings to be held at the church include the Martha Circle at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday; Ruth and Faith Circles at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. Home From Hospital JERSEYVILLE—Richard Tendick, former teacher in the Jersey Community High School, was noved this week from Alton Memorial Hospital to the home of ils mother, Mrs. Gladys Tendick, where he will recuperate. Tendick suffered critical leg in- iuries in an automobile accident n mid June. He will return to Alan Memorial Oct. 14 to have a cast removed from the left leg in which there were compound fractures. The right leg was amputated. AMSTERDAM—Holland is try r ing new highway building ideas. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "That was Boopert You know, my old college roommate, Booper, who put the snake in the dean's desk! She's coming to dinner tomorrow night and if you don't behave yourself and ..." Greenfield Adult Home EC Classes Begin Monday GREENFIELD - The adult education classes in home economics will start next week for a period of 10 weeks. Mrs. Goldie Tranbarger is the instructor. The class in, "Art in the Home," will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday nights and the class, "Fashion and Fitting," will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday night. The Monday classes will start Sept. 16 and the Thursday classes, Sept. 19. The classes will be held in the home economics department at the high school. Plan Entertainment GREENFIELD — Warren Cook is chairman of arrangements for entertainment features at the annual Legion-Auxiliary fish fry Sunday. Concession stands will be set up for the afternoon and a dancing-singing group from Wood River will perform in the evening. A variety show with local talent will be presented at 7 p.m. Proceeds from the fish fry will be applied to the building fund. Noon meal will be served starting at 11:30 a.m. and a variety of sandwiches will be served in the evening, starting at 5 o'clock. Rolland Schild is commander of the American Legion and Mrs. Loren Estler is president of the auxiliary. Plan Luncheon Meeting GREENFIELD — Mrs. Robert Ford and Mrs. Lynn Kinser will be hostesses at a carry-in luncheon meeting of the Burroughs Neighborhood Club at noon Thursday in the home of Mrs. Ford. Members are to bring their own sewing for the afternoon. Will Attend Wedding GREENFIELD — Mrs. R. B. Ellis is spending several days in Onarga and will attend the wedding of Miss Mary Booth and Joel Garloch in Onarga tonight. Miss Booth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Booth, is a granddaughter of the late R. B. Ellis of Greenfield. She attended the University of Wisconsin and is employed by the Whitman Publishing Co. Racine, Wis. as creative editor for children's books. Mr. Garloch is also a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and is stationed with the army in South Carolina. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Garloch of Neenah, Wis. Carrollton Methodist Pins Awarded CARROLLTON — A total of 63 perfect attendance pins have been given to members of the Methodist church Sunday school. Receiving the highest awards were two brothers, Paul Gerson and Charles Gerson, sons of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gerson of this city both of whom received a 13 year perfect attendance award. Receiving a twelve year award were Louis Brooks, Miss Carol Byland and Miss Eileen Cory. Attending for 11 years were Terry Sawyer and David Gerson. Miss Joyce Byland received a ten-year pin. Five received nine-year pins, two got eight-year pins and two others got seven-year pins, four received six-year pins, and the remainder were divided for perfect attendance down to one year. Centerville Club Has Program on County History CARROLLTON.—The first fall meeting of the fall season o[ the Centerville Woman's Club was held Thursday afternoon in Day's Colonial Room, with Mrs. Henry Schnelten and Mrs. Ivan Beebe as hostesses. Mrs. Jessie Hobson presented the program on "History of Greene County." The next meeting will be on Oct. 3 also at Day's and the topic will be "Important Landmarks of Illinois." Hostesses will be Miss Mary Schnelten, Miss Rose Schnelten, Mrs. Eldred Thomas and Mrs. Jessie Hobson. To Leave for Service CARROLLTON.—Tom Ander son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson, will leave Wednesday from Alton for Houston, Tex., where he will be stationed at at an air force base. Belsch Funeral CARROLLTON—Private funeral services for Miss Mardena Reisch were conducted today at the Mehl Funeral Home by the Rev. Darwin Rolens, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Pallbearers were W. G. Vogt, William Ray, George Schild, Bob Price, Phillip Daum and Neal Gillingham. Burial was in the Carrollton City Cemetery. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON.—Cletus Hedger of Carrollton was admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Thursday as a medical patient. Admitted Friday as medical patients were Mrs. Cecelia Rawe of Greenfield, Mrs. Mildred Vinyard of Carrollton and Miss Jean Ann Bottom of Eldred. Dismissed Friday were Michael Jennings of Jerseyville, Mrs. Patsy Brannan and Mrs. Clara Reif of Carrollton, and Mrs Floy Arras of Greenfield. Carrollton PTA To Meet Oct. 10 CARROLLTON—Officers of the Parent-Teacher Association ol the Carrollton Community Unit High School and some of the members of the faculty mel Thursday evening in the school to prepare the program for the opening meeting of the PTA which will be held in the school Oct. 10. Officers for this year are L. A. Hardaway, presidnt; Roy Williams, vice president; Mrs. Hilda Johnson, secretary, and Gilbert Jeffrey, (reaasurer. Accepts Position CARROLLTON. — Miss Connie Gourley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gourley, has accepted a position on the nursing staff of the John Cochran Veteran's Hospital in St. Louis and will begin her duties there Monday. Miss Gourley recently was graduated from Passavant Hospital School of Nursing in Jacksonville and returned home Tuesday from Chicago where she had gone to take the state board examinations. To Leave for School CARROLLTON.-Eugene Gourley, David Pohlman and Dick Clough, all 1963 graduates of the Carrollton Community Unit High School, will leave this weekend for Jacksonville to begin their studies at Illinois College. HARDIN — Nine candidates through the final round Friday of the annual contest in which 'alhoun County's apple queen is chosen. The contest was climaxed with i bathing suit parade, after which he judges folded their tent and eft — but the new queen, who will succeed Phyllis Clendenny of Belleview, will not be announced jntil Sunday night's coronation ceremony. The coronation will be the last act of the annual apple festival, under way on the county 'nirgrounds near Calhoun High chool. The nine contestants for the tile are: Patricia Lee Sehmitz, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sehmitz of Golden Eagle. Ada Mae Herter, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herter, Golden Eagle. Barbara Jean Matthews, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Matthews of Hardin. Millie Dianne Angel, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Angel of Kampsville. Brenda Kay Brock, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Brock of Brussels. Judith Lorrane Held, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Held of Brussels. Ruth Ann Ewen, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ewen of Hardin. Eva Jane Nevius, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vail Nevius of Kampsville. Shirley Follis, daughter of Mrs. Rose Follis, Kampsville. Meeting of Sarah Circle At Roxana 601 WEST ST. LOUIS AVE. SUPERIOR CLEANERS DIAL 254-5905—EAST ALTON—ANY TYPE OF ALTERATIONS PLAIN TROUSERS - SKIRTS SWEATERS MIX OB MATCH 3 for 1135 PLAIN SUITS • DRESSES for 75° MKN'S OVERCOATS LADIES' COATS This Week Only Due To Requests . . . One More Week 90' CASH & CARRY PRICES ONLY—Hour Service On Request— No Extra Charge You betcha .... WE CLEAN ON SATURDAYS! BLANKETS 60' DRAPES $ 1 Unlined Unid 00 per window fif 00 Jk per window • FREE MOTHPROOFING SPECIALS MON.-TUES. WED.-THUR. Apple Festival Under Way Coronation at Calhoun Sunday The Sarah Circle of the United Presbyterian Women of the First Presbyterian church of Roxana met at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Nail on W. Second St. with 12 members attending. The devotionals were given by Mrs. James Gornall at the Tuesday meeting and the lesson was presented by Mrs. Donald McVey. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Nail. Carrollton Youth Officer Candidate CARROLLTON.—Roger K. Guffey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer E. Guffey of Carrollton, is a naval aviation officer candidate and is in training at the Naval Air Station at Pensacola, Fla., as a student in the 16-week preflight and officer indoctrination course at the naval pre-flighl school. Upon completing the course he will receive his commission as an ensign in the Naval Reserve. Guffey is a graduate of the high school in Wood River and also received a degree in business administration in June of this year from Southern Illinois University at Alton. Hamel School to Have Skating Party HAMEL — St. Paul's Lutheran School P.T.L. will sponsor a skating party Tuesday from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at Highland Rink. Proceeds will go to the school basketball team. Home from San Diego HAMEL — Mr. and Mrs. Emil Suhre and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Behrhorst and son, Keith, are home after spending 14 days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bruhn, in San Diego, Calif. While there they also went to Disneyland. They ajso took a tour of the U.S.S. Evans, and went to Point Loma. En route home they stopped at Colorado Springs, Colo, and went to the Garden of the Gods and Seven Falls, and saw other points of interest. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily APPLE QUEEN CONTESTANTS Phyllis Clendeiiny, reigning Calhoun County Apple Ruth Ann Ewen, Patricia Lee Sehmitz, Judith Lor- Queen, poses with contestants for queen honors this raine Held, Brenda Kaye Brock, Ada Mae Herter and year. In photo, from left: Miss Clendeiiny, Eva Jane Shirley Follis. New queen will be crowned Sunday Nevius, Barbara Jean Matthews, Millie Dianne Angel, night. Hospital Notes St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Mary Slaughter, Godfrey. Kunigunda Wittman, Godfrey. Mrs. Marcella Bierbaum, Alton. Walson Berger, Godfrey. Harry Bruckert, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Georgia Birdsong, Moro. Mrs. Kathryn M. Heskett, Wood River. James Nolan, Dow. Mrs. Darlene Elder, 1000 Alby. Mrs. Edith Simpson, Godfrey. Jersey Community MEDICAL Emmett Collins, Jerseyville. Evelyn Armstrong, Jerseyville. Mrs. John Summers, Jerseyville Kinchiloe Hams, Hardin. DISMISSALS Mrs. Albert Hagen, Jerseyville. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Thomas Jenkins, 3310 Badley. Clarence Miller, Bethalto. John Urich, Wood River. Mrs. Ethel Shanks, East Alton. John Show, 3304 Mayfield. Miss Edna Morgan, East Alton. Cannon Corbin, Cottage Hills. Geoffrey Murphy, 3410 California SURGICAL Vanessa Buns, Wood River. Raymond Hughes, Edwardsville. Mrs. Dorothy Weaver, 3207 Edsall Clyde Spann, Hartford. Mrs. Georgia Birdsong, Moro. Charles Claxton, Wood River. Cherry Smith, South Roxana. Milton Morgan, Alton. DISMISSALS Jerry, Mike and Dale Vandiver, 1621 Walker. James Elaine, 1304 Clawson. Lathan Ruffin, 2640 Moore. Joni Tumbleson, Bethalto. Don Miller, Godfrey. Mrs. Mary Cosby, Cottage Hills. Christopher Lyles, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Lucille Allen, 1029 Langdon Mrs. Nellie Mielke, 2911 Hillcrest Mrs. Jeanette Edelen, 641 Quincy Mrs. Vera Sapp, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Dorothy Drew, Godfrey. Mrs. Elizabeth Ray, Grafton. Mrs. Catherine Henderson, East Alton. | Edward Goeble, Dorsey. Mrs. Lena Grote, Wood River. Mrs. Delia Wenner, Brighton. Mrs. Betty Grindstaff, Cottage Hills. Raymond Rudolph, 2000 Sycamore. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Walter Hayes, 623 E. Sixth. Mrs. Ottie Field, 1100 Wyss. Mrs. Lillian Kirksey, East Alton. Cleveland Whitfield, 1312 Hampton. Giles Glowers, 952 Union. Mrs. Roda Busse, 608 Belle. Orvall Ewing, East Alton. Chris Lyons, 418 E. Third. Harry Halliburton, 2301 Locust. Edwin O'Neil, East Alton. Miss Sharon Johnson, East Alton. Miss Jeann Brooks, 2008 Salu. SURGICAL Mrs. Willa Carroll, Godfrey. Mrs. Doris Akers, East Alton. Richard Lloyd, 3314 Mayfield. DISMISSALS Michael Brown, 1631 Market. Mrs. Beulah Cockrell, 930 Alby. Carl Ewen, East Alton. Donald Ewing, 101 Sullivan. Mrs. Edith Fowler, 1258 Carl. After Church—Be Our Guest • FREE COFFEE and DONUXS Sunday Morning PHARMACY ZIKE 627 E. Airline Drive KOSliWOOD HEIGHTS Dial 250-2203 The Belleville, St. Clair County Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company Belleville, Illinois and the E. St. Louis District Mutual Cyclone Insurance Company Catherine Rupprecht, Secretary 23 South First Street, Belleville, Illinois Phone Adams 3-2006 For Combination fire and windstorm Insurance, comprehensive liability, written on residence, household goods, personal effects, farm real and personal property, blanket coverage on farm personal property. Your Local Licensed Mutual Agent and General Broker , Adjuster for Both Companies Call ORVAL C. KORSMEYER R. K. No. 2, Alhumbru, Illinob, Ph. 618-Hubbard 8-3'J36 Insuring property in St. Clair, Madison, Washington, Clinton, Randolph and Monroe Counties. Company operated at cost. No risk too large nor cJaim too small. Added protection and direct linos. FARMERS MUTUAL REINSURANCE COMPANY Grinneil, Iowa Serving Farm Mutuals Since 1909 Edwardsville Moose to Mark 49th Birthday EDWARDSVILLE — Moose -,odge 1561 here will celebrate its 49th anniversary Sunday at the dge Hall, leading off with enrollment of a class of 20 new members at 2 p.m. Governor Al Mennemeyer has announced that free dinner will be served to members and their families at 5 p.m., followed by a free dance from 7 to 11 p.m. Mrs. Helen Tipsword, Wood Rivet- Mrs. Caryln Williams, Bethalto. Mrs. Kunigunda Wittman, Godfrey. Edwin Gallegher, Edwardsville. Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Katherine Ratliffe, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Sue Bricker, Bethalto. Mrs. Mary Johnson, 209 McClure Mrs. Doray Kleeman, S. Roxana Mrs. Maud Scheier, 403 Penning. Quenton Luster, 2009 Ridge Dr. Mrs. Sarah Jones, Hartford. SURGICAL Mrs. Betty Harshbarger, Cottage! Robert Coffman, Cottage Hills, Hills. Mrs. Florence Jackson, 1726 Maupin. Robert McGaughey, East Alton. Mrs. Lavern Mead, 525 Wyss. Mrs. Mary Morgan, 609 Sheppard Robert Morgan, 303 Dooley. Irene Schlechte, Edwardsville. Walter Schroeder, Worden. Mrs. Donna Segrest, 2916 Edgewood. Michael Terry, 107 S. Main. William Clark, 827 Chouteau. DISMISSALS Mrs. Mae Essary, Bethalto. William Cardot, East Alton. Howard Hall, Bethalto. Gerald White, 621 First. Mrs. Marcella Ray, Bethalto. Jackie D. Ray, Bethalto. Mrs. Mollie Giles, 533 Madison. Mrs. Nita Sawyer, East Alton. SPEAKER Charles C. Chapman, director of development at McKendree College, will speak at the Sunday evening family potluck supper at the First Methodist Church, Alton. He also is scheduled to deliver an address at the church tonight. J & A Springman HAS ALL KINDS OP PRE FINISHED PANELING Godfrey. III. PH. 4io-34.il PENNEY'S SEPT. 16 to SEPT. 21st ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Get A Beautiful 5x7" Portrait Of Your AGE LIMIT S YEARS One or two children in any one family will be photographed SINGLY at 59c each for the first picture. Each additional child under five, $1.50 for the first pictur*. GROUPS (Two ChiUfM Only) $2.00 YOUR CHOICE Of SIVfRAL POSES. ADDITIONAL SEUCTIONS 1)35 FOR IX Additional; $1.35 fw 2nd; $1.00 For Olkcra (II B«u«M I* Start). Fxc/us/ve/x at Penney's 10 TO 9 MOM. THRU FRI. — 10 TO 5:30 SAT. EASTGATE PLAZA iAST ALTON

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