Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
Page 10
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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1963 Jersey County Grand Jury Indicts Seven .TERSKVV1LLK — Thr cvand jury- of Jersey County Circuit Court returned seven indictments all of them on charges of bnr elury ii|xwi conclusion of its in- vrstmation Monday afternoon. Us findings were reported to Circuit Judge Clom Smith of CarrolHon who presided at the f the Scplemher term. Billy Baw was indictfd on a chartrp of burglarizing the Cummines Grocery store here during the early morning hours of Aug. 8. Ba/r presently is in the county jail where he has born since his arrest a couple of weeks ago in East Alton where he was apprehended by Madison County officers. Bazc bad previously been the object of several manhunts. Burglary indictments were returned against William (Red) Wheeler and Edwin Waters for a break-in at the Westlake Country Club Aug. 7 or 8. A television set, golf shoes and oilier equipment were taken. Police later recovered the television set at the home of Wheeler. Wheeler and Waters were on parole from the Illinois Penitentiary at Menard and following the Westlake incident the two were returned there for further service of their unexpired terms. Burglary indictments were returned against James Elledge. Raymond Saylor, Lowell Elledge and Mary Elledge for a burglary allegedly committed at the Floyd D. Ellis Club house in western Jersey county. An outboard motor and other items were taken from the clubhouse. Lowell and Mary Elledge were arrested shortly after the break- ins and were taken to Pike County. Mary Elledge was released on bond lated. James Elledge was arrested and brought to the Jersey county jail. He was turned over to Pike county authorities for prosecution there. Saylor has not been apprehended. Open House Set JERSEYVILLE — The reception for Mr. and Mrs. John J. Norton of Bloomington to be given Sunday at the home of the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schaefer in Jerseyville is an open house and all relatives and friends are welcome to attend. They request that gifts be omitted. Presbyterial Society Sets Fall Meetings JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. R. H. Voorhrps of Jerspyville, president of Alton Presbyterial Society of the United Presbyterian Churrh, announced four district meetings have been set for fall. Those meetings will take place as follows: Oct. 1 at Greenfield; Oct. 2 at Hillsboro; Oct. 3 at Edwardsville and Oct. 4 at Mitchell. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and closes at 3 p.m. The morning will be taken up with messages, "Fellowship of the Least Coin", Dedication, presentation of the work for 1964, and speaker. The afternoon program will open with the "Mission Year Book of Prayer" and workshops will be conducted the remainder of the afternoon. Miss Margaret Ronaldson from the National Mission Office in New York, will be speaker the four day program. She has lad wide experience in church work. She graduated from the Wooster College, Wooster, Ohio and the Biblical Seminary in New York City. For two years, 1948 through 1950, she was Field Secretary for the Women's Work Department of the Board of National Missions. She began her present assignment for the Board of National Missions in 1958. Injures Finger JERSEYVILLE - Harry Nuen- berg of Jerseyville suffered a hand injury in an accident Monday afternoon at his home. He caught his finger between the tractor and disc hitch and lacerated the second finger on his left land. He was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital where he ivas treated and released. Custodian AssumesDuties JERSEYVILLE—Wilbur Schrie- bcr has been employed as custodian at the courthouse and be gan his duties Monday morning, rle succeeds Albert Sackman who died suddenly Sept. 15 at the lom _• on West Exchange Street. Schrleber is a veteran of World War II and saw service overseas. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "Nothing special. Just taking you-know-what from old you-know-who." Delinquent Tax Sale Set At Jersey »/ JERSEYVILLE - Sale of property for delinquent taxes in Jersey County will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 7 at the courthouse. Taxes in arrears may be paid in the office of the County Treasurer Howard Perdun until the date of sale. Visits NI-IW Jersey JERSEYVILLE — J. Maurice Burns left Sunday for Mt. Clair, New Jersey where he will spend a week at the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Burns. He is on vacation from duties as Cashier of the State Bank of Jerseyville. Son Born JERSEYVILLE.—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sprang of Hamburg are parents of a son born at 12:24 p.m. Sunday at Jersey Community Hospital. They named the baby Jeffery Eugene and he weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sprong of Hamburg, and Mrs. George Varble and the late Mr. Varble of Hardin. Mrs. Sprong before her marriage was Miss Thelma Varble. This is the couple's first child. RICHARD'S LINER TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Walter Cogzill, manager of an Army surplus store here, was unpacking a shipment of GI helmet liners when he spotted one which made him yell for a co-worker, Richard Stubblefield. Inside the liner was the name Richard Stubblefield. It was a helmet liner Stubblefield had turned in in 1951 at Ft. Benning, Ga., after he completed service with the 45th Division. TEL AVIV — Sales of chocolate are up in Israel. 89th ANNUAL MISSIONS FEAST WOODBURN PRESBYTERIAN Church (Unaff ilia ted) SUNDAY, SEPT. 29TH EVERYONE WELCOME! 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