Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 11, 1961 · Page 3
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April 11, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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AWttLII, 1901 ALTON EVENING TFJLEGRAPM to New Building of the education. •UMttton to the First Pmby. Church during the wwk of W thwugb 98 hit been My Church" win be the of th* Wftnon to be given by Rev. M. Edwards Breed, at the morning wonhlp at 10:45 a. m, Sunday when there will be reception of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. All elders of the church, including those currently wring on the Session will assist ta "eirving the Communion. 'Special dedication services will take place at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in thri church dining room. The speaker will be the Rev. A. Ralph Lynn, D. D., pastor emeritus of the First Presbyterian Church of Granite City. He served for over City pas* 1 tor of the Elm Street Presbyterian Church In Alton and does special counseling with students in the Alton Schools. Representatives of the Synod of Illinois, United Presbyterian Church, the Alton Presbytery and the Jerseyville Ministerial Associ- 23 years with the Granite Church and Is no\v interim Jersey Youth Witt Attend Prin Conference JERSEYvfLLE- Byron Davidson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Davidson of .TerseyvlttV Is one of nve students from Southwestern Illinois Campus selected to attend the 23rd annual public affairs conference at Prlneipla College In Elsah. Davidson Is a sophomore at the Alton Residence Center of Southern Illinois University, majoring In philosophy. Student representatives from 57 of the nations colleges and universities are Scheduled to attend the conference which Is sponsored by The Principle School of Government and is run entirely by students. Davidson, a the Jersey 1958 graduate of Community High School, is president of the Southwestern Illinois Campus History Club. He holds an activity scholarship which is renewable eac ihl' CANDIDATE FOR QUEEN CAROLINE SMITHEE ation will also take part in the program of dedication. Open House for the public \vill! hl « h scholastic average, be held from 4 to 5:20 p.m. that day. There will be a dinner for members of the congregation on April 20 at 6:30 p.m. and Mrs. Jack Hormell, president of the Women's Association is in charge of the arrangements. Reservations)charging larceny was filed here! should be made with her by April I Monday morning bv William Par- 1 17. ' year and requires maintenance of! Jersey Woman Fined For Shoplifting JERSEYVILLE - A complaint Mrs. Stumpe Carolyn Smithee 99 t ™ -i \ Competing for Heads Club ' * At Delhi JERSEYVILLE — The MisslPPA Crown \ ' Miss Carolyn Smithee, 18 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Delhi Smithee of Rt. 2, Godfrey, will ***** as a contestant in the rish, special opperator for Tri Community Club has elected „.-, Speaker for the program fol-ICHy Grocery, against a resident | ficers for'the coming year and ! ^ Ilss Illmois Press Photographers lowing the sinnde will be the Rev. of ihp Jerseyville vicinity. The i they will take over their duties Pa K eant to be held in Spring- Llewellyn K. Anderson, Ph. D.,i defendant, a woman, recently!at the meeting May 3. The sessioni fle ' d ' ^pnl 22. it was announced who has served as a missionary;moved with her husband and small!will begin with a potluck meal at! today b - v Rober t K - Graul, chief in Africa and South America. 1 daughter from Colorado to Jersey- ; 1 p.m. i photographer of the Telegraph ••Christian Education" Sundayivllle. i Mrs . L^ stumpe has been!*" Sf 01 " 1 " 8 photographer will be observed on April 23. The; A plea of guilty was entered'.elected president; Mrs. Albert ° f MlSS Smithee ' Rev. Charles R. Hindman, synod| before Justice A. Thatcher, foil- Schaafce, vice president; Mrs. director of Christian education j owing arrest of the defendant on i Betty Norman, secretary, Teachers in District 10 Offered New Contracts GREENFIELD — Teachers in School District 10 have been offered contracts for 1981-62 and to date the only resignation is that of Mrs. Robert Morrow In the Junior High School. A meeting of the board of edu- ction Is scheduled for Thursday night when the directors, elected Saturday, will be present. A president and secretary will be elected at this time since Clyde Land, president, and Basil Price, secretary, were not candidates for reelection. Ebert Fergurson and Francis Steckel are new members of the board and Dr. J. A. Downard was re-elected. Three Directors Named in Unit 10 GREENFIELD Dr. .lamps A. Downward, incumbenl. was re elected to the board of education He Medora PTA to Meet Thursday MEDORA — The Parent-Teacher Association will meet at the grade school Thursday evening. Officers will be elected. Mrs. Rosle Kallal and Mrs. Nelle Carrico of Jerseyvllle will show .pictures of their trip in Europe last summer and Mrs Chandler's first grade room mothers will serve refreshments. Medora Notes MEDORA -Miss Ruth Ann Pope, student nurse at St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, and James Hahs, Rolla. Mo., were weekent guests of her parents, Mr. andi Mrs. William Pope. The Misses Ruth and Louise Cline. Chicago, will spend thr-l weekend here with their parents, j Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cllne. Mr. 1 and Mrs. C. E. CUne and family, | St. Charles, Mo., win also be guests on Saturday. Mrs. Elsie McCreMIs and her ather, Edward Ollworth, accom- >anled Mr. and Mrs. Gene Me- trellis, and son home to itallwin, >., who had spent Sunday wltn Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Ryan. Services in Meuora MEDORA - The Rev. Ward Spencer began a two-week revival at Calvary Baptist Church In Jefferson City, Mo., Monday night. Dr. Noel Taylor, state Baptist secretary, will preach at the Bap tlst Church here Sunday in his absence. The Baptist Church closed a week's revival here Sun- Mrs* Lester Grow Rites at Medora MEDORA — Funeral Ht« for Mrs. Lester Gross were conducted Sunday from Bethel Baptist Church, wffh the Rev. Owen Hamilton of Edlnburg, a former pastor, officiating, assisted by the Rev. A. Applequist, pastor. Burial was In the Prultt Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Wayne Gil worth, Tom Ryder, Herschel Fritz, William Carroll, Alan Frlcker and Oliver Ley, Jr. day night, with the RevTsiTl Loafman of Carllnvllle as evangelist. I » Spelling Chimp CAfcUNVtLt* - M«* **•> ston, 13, dtuftiWr ot Jfr, Mrs. Own Johnston, . K. won the Mn<JBiipiH ty spellimt contett f¥ldiy MfMl at Carllnvllle High School, ftoft> ner-up was Mhw Marilyn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WltMt Ernst. Carllnvllle. Miss Johnston's sister, MtoB Pntrfcla Johnston, was the county winner last year, and Miss Ernst's winner slstrr was in 1959. the county NEW HYDRA-MATIC' of Unit District 10 Saturday. received 195 votes. Other directors elected were: (and Dale Featherston. Burial wus Ebert Fergurson who received!in Hikory Grove Cemetery near 188 votes, and Francis StecknljWrights. with 168 write-in votes. Harold Ford, who was defeated, received 11 votes. Prough Rite* GREENFIELD - Funeral serv ices for Everett Prough, who was fatally injured in a tractor accident, were conducted at Wrights Baptist. Church ^Saturday afternoon. The Rev. Floyd Camp, pa.s- tor of the 'church, was the officiating minister, assisted by thr> Rev. Robert Mallicoat of Franklin, Ky. Pallbearers were Keith Muntz. Ronald Lansaw. David Tucker, $ GET YOUR BONUS 3UCKS $ MONTICELLO PLAZA! Win Merchandise and Service Certificates! TRY THE NEW OLDSMpBILE WALZ MOTOR CO. " SAVES OASt SMOOTHS GETAWAY! All-Mw Hydro-MaHc mofcM mafic driving smoother, iplrtted, and w *aty M Unique 22-von« Aec«l-A-Rotar tp««dt you smoothly Mto •camfflt* «d direct drive ki second*. SNm, new Hydro-MoHc design provide* additional foot room up front, I N; OIUMI « ton MM M M i '61 1000 E. Broadway Alton RAY MOTOR CO. Edwardsville Road at Wh'itelaw Ava. Wood River -BIG CHOICE. BIG VALUES IN LATE MODEL USED CARS NOW AT YOUR OLDS DEALER'S!- will be the speaker tag service. at the morn- the charge of stealing an 89 cent!Mrs. Paul Sellers, pair of sox. A fine of $25 and j Mrs. Ralph Marberry Gus F. Roth is chairman of the!costs was assessed and a jail j tiring president, dedication committee. Other mem-1 sentence of 30 days imposed. Thei Secret Pa]s wj]) be until '' Graul said L. Allen Klope, ai and reporter and photographer for the) treasurer.! Telegrapn ' vvi " <-'°-sponsor Miss! the r*! i Smithee. Both men are members i is bers are: John G. Flautt, Mrs. i jail sentence was stayed Thomas Payton, Mrs. Jack Hor-j further order of the court, mell, Mrs. Allen Parsell. Charles Visit Relative* In Area R. Hamilton, Mrs. Kentner Rice. Charles S. White, Dr. W. of IPPA. revealed'' ^" ss Smithee ' s s ^ so a contes-i at the May meeting and new onesi tant in the 19m Miss Alton P a ' selected. A gift exchange will al- : S eanl to be neld A P rU 15 at so be held. Mrs. Paul Benner new member of the club. are now in Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Norman! js a ; Junior High School. .._,, ............. ... ...^ ~.~~. The 1 ^ , Calif A' and hi !l Benner family has moved to the (sister. Mrs. Charles Owens of, Delhj vjdnj , from Wood River Women's Association ;St. Louis, were guests Saturday j Tne d ,, fo| . , he all . purpose i JERSEYVILLE - The meeting at the Hanes home in Jerseyville, room a , tne De , nj schoo , furnish . InUU'ieS ttt of the Women's Association of the'and of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Car-: ed b {he community Club, have J First Presbyterian Church, for-jmody and Mr. and Mrs. Francis ! been comp | eled merly scheduled for April 12 has: Hi11 in Carrollton. Mr. Carmody; use been postponed until April 24 at was en ro "te home from Colum- 6:30 p.m. bia. Ohio where he spent the, TheH Reported There will be a potluck foriPast week on business. JERSEYVILLE — S. L. Simms'Dickerman. of Fidelity, wasj churches of the Area at 7 p.m.' Mrs. Leola Henry 111 i reported to the office of Sheriff brought to the Jersey Community on April 24 and the Esther Bible JERSEYVILLE —Local rela-! Howard Perdun Monday morning Hospital at 11 a.m. Monday for Class will be hostesses for this:lives and friends have received' tnat additional thefts have occur- treatment of face injuries Incur- 1 event. Three speakers from the [word that Mrs. Leola Henry, a red at the c - c Wiegand farm red when the horse he was riding! Mission Fields will present the former resident of this city | s joperated by Simms and Duane bucked and threw him. He had' seriously ill at her residence,'As-'• Simms. multiple abrasions of the face; Sometime during the past week. and laceration of the upper li pl Th» mai,, nh a i a ™no hniiric fh c i thieves slole a number of seven ^quiring sutures. The male phalarope builds the u .. _.„ „,„,„, ^ KK ._ „.__ Dona|d KaUa , 3 §on Qf Mr and . program. Hurricane winds circulate clockwise in the southern hemisphere and counter - clockwise northern hemisphere. in the nest, incubates the eggs takes care of the young. WOULD YOU LIKE TO SAVE $$$$ SEE OUR AD IN THURSDAY NIGHT'S PAPER PLAZA—MONTICELLO APRIL SHOWER of VALUES ONE DAY SALE ONLY - Wed., Apr. 12-9 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. Special Group DRESSES Sim: 610 221 2 Rafilirly PrleMi le 124.98 . • NOW SKIRTS $ Ruvlarly Priori It (10.98 ... NOW BlOUSES-CAPRIS... Rifvlirly Prlwd It 6.98 . . . NOW Special Group Spring Coats, Suits, Dresses and Hats... j,by six metal cribbing pieces 'from the Simms place.They also Mis. Donald Kallal of Jerseyvillei • stole a number of cross ties. : fell off a barrel at his home Sun- j i Other thefts have occurred at da * v and suffered a fracture of thej ithe farm during recent weeks ' e " arm I with consistent regularity. One of John G. Sell. L'. son of Mr. awli the larget thefts was that of 30 Mrs. Robert G'Sell of Jerseyville,bushels of soy bean seed now hav-• suffered lacerations above the! , ing a value in excess of three dol-. right eyebrow at 1:30 p.m. Sun-' ilars per bushel. day when he ran into the edge of ' One another occasion the head-> a metal lable He was taken loi (lights were stolen from a tractor. lne Jel ' se >' Community Hospital! A five-horse power gasoline en- for treatment and sutures were; gine was taken on another occa- used to close tne wound. ; sion from a conveyor, and a tar- Mrs. Robert Hughes of Jersey-; pualin and a number of wrenches vlllc cut the middle li »8 el ' of her were taken by thieves at another n 8 ht lmnd al l)e t lll)1 » e Sunday: ; afternoon on a tin can. The lacera- ition was treated and sutured at !the Jersey Community Hospital. Gue.sts Here Over Weekend JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. G. C. ; | Thomas and son, Richard of East jMoline, 111., were guests over the i weekend at the home of the for- Imer's brother-in-law and sister, [IMr. and Mrs. Paul Berthoux and) 'visited with other relatives here. Club Women to Meet Wednesday At Greenfield Home Interphone lets caller identify himself through outside speaker while you answer the door confidently by picking up the nearest phone. Room to room call be answered hands-free Spring Plione Fair brings you A "HOME FULL" OF TELEPHONE CONVENIENCE 399 .2" $1 99 «F 401 SALES FINAL O OFF GREENFIELD - Miss Both Sprague of the St. Louis area office wijl be the speaker in the interest of the Red Cross bloodmobile ijnit at a meeting of th«> Woman's Club at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the social rooms of the Baptist Annex. The local visit of the bloodmobile unit will take place Saturday, May 20. and Woman's Club members will be in charge of the canteen. Mrs. J. F. Longmeyer, chairman of community achievement, has arranged the program. Past club presidents will be honor guests and will speak on the subject, "Building On the Past for the Future." A feature of the afternoon will be selections by the "Kitchen Band," Plans will be made tor the luncheon meeting and home and gard.en tour in Alton May 10, which is the last meeting of the current year. Officers will be elected and installed at the meeting Wednesday. Mrs. Leo Price, Mr*. George T. Parks Mrs. Russell Riggs. Mrs. J. W. Yarbrough, Mrs. Cleta Harr, and Mrs. Louis fiarr. are members of One hostess committee. MOM f IS OUT MINNEAPOLIS <<?) - The American Lutheran Church, a recent merger of three separate Lutheran bodies, has decided to drop uw capital "T" IT popular usage o| its name. COLOR EXTENSIONS-to harmonize with any room in the home. BELL CHIME-Centrally located in your home, it announces calls with a pleasant chime. Don't miss Illinois Bell's wonderful Spring Phone Fair. See the latest in telephone equipment and services for you and your family. 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