Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 17, 1950 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, January 17, 1950
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1950 ALTON EVENINO TELEGRAPH Exjerseyan'g Rites Wednesday Jan. 17. (Spe- — Funeral services for Harry H. Barton,, former Jersey County resident, will be held Wednesday at 10 a. m. from Gubser funeral home. . ?h«? ftev. Dale Harmon, pastor Of the Jerseyvllle Methodist Chtireh^ will officiate and the interment will be in Otterville cemetery. _, .Barton was the son of the late John and Elizabeth Montgomery Barton and was born In the Otterville vicinity Oct. 1, 1878. He died •t a Chicago hospital Sunday. The body.was brought to Jer- seyvllle Monday evening'and taken to Gubser funeral home on West Exchange street, where friends may call until time for the funeral. He ii survived by two sisters, Mrs. L. R. Nain, St. Louis, and Mr*. William Bracey, Plymouth, Mich. i Jerseyans Judge Pike County Farm Contest JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 17 (Special) — Farm Adviser Raymond Frakes and Home Adviser Mrs. Paul Erb served as judges in the Pike County contest on farm and home improvement sponsored by the University of Illinois and the St. Louis Chamber of Commerce at Plttsfield, Thursday. Miss Helen Hackman, Pike. County home adviser and Leonard Fuchs, farm adviser in Pike, came to Jersey County, Friday, to serve as judges in the same contest. Winners In the contest will not be announced until Jan. 31. Rural Youth Meeting Thursday JERSEYVILLE—The Rural Youth group will meet at the Jerseyville Community High School Thursday evening. A talk on.soil conservation will be given by Farm Adviser Raymond Frakes. Thefe will be recreation and refreshments. Pereboom Family Leave* JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pereboom and daughter, Judy, left. Saturday for Lake Worth, Fla. Pereboom is on vacation from his duties with the Jerseyville lee and Fuel Co. Parents of Girl JERSEYVILLE—The Rev. and Mrs. Dale Harmon, Jerseyville, are the parents of a girl born at 1:38 a. m. Monday, at Memorial Hospital, Alton. The baby weighed eight pounds, 10 ounces. She is a granddaughter of the Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Shaffer, Grayville, 111., and of Mrs. Eva Harmon, Bible Grove, 111., and the late Amos Harmon of that city. Mrs. Harmon was formerly Miss Isabel Shaffer, Grayville. Alton Girl Receives Shower at Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 17. (Special)—Miss Maxine Mathews, Alton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mathews, Jerseyville, was honoree at a pre-nuptial shower given Sunday afternoon by her sister, Mrs. Fred Easley, and Mrs. William Russell Warner, at the home of the latter in this city. Miss Mathews marriage to Lawrent Joseph Vaughn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vaughn, Jersey- vine, will take place June 21 here. Pink and white were used for the appointments of tf\e party. A ; collection of miscellaneous gifts for the bride-elect were arranged beneath a pink and white shower' umbrella in the dining room. The guest list for the party Included Mrs. Frank Vaughn, Mrs. Fred Vaughn, Mrs. Louis Vaughn, Mr*. Joe Kuebrlch, Mrs. Charles Chappell, Mrs. Howard Cummings, GRADE "A" PIRATE—Thorp Boan, an Eldon, Mo., farmer, was puzzled over the niggardly milk production from his Jersey cow until he spotted this homey scene in his barnyard. Betsy, .the pig. was the Grade "A" pirate, leaving hardly enough for the Boan family. —NEA Telephoto. Jersey Home Bureau Plans Membership Drive in March Capacity Croivd Attends Farewell For Jersey Pastor JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 17. (Special)—A capacity crowd was present Sunday evening at the First Presbyterian Church for the farewell service honoring the Rev. David Bruce Maxton, who has been pastor of the church for the past, five years. The Rev. and Mrs. Mutton and their daughter, Ruth, left today for Sterling, 111., where the Rev. Maxton has accepted the pastorate of the Presbyterian Church. The service here Sunday was sponsored by the Ministerial Alliance o£ Jerseyville, of which group the Rev, Maxtor^, has been secretary-treasurer for four years. TKe Rev. Gerald Grotey, pastor of the First Baptist Church, gave the call to worship and the Scripture reading and prayer was given by the Rev. J. Winfred Stoerker, pastor of the Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church. t The Rev. Dale Harmon, pastor of -the Methodist Church, who is president of the Ministerial Alliance, speaking iin behalf of the ministers of the community, gave a talk of appreciation of the work of the Rev. Maxton during his residence here. The laymen of the community were represented by Russell M. Warner of the Baptist, congregation, who gave a second speech of appreciation of the Rev. Maxton's service, in behalf of the citizens ol Jerseyville. Following an anthem by the Presbyterian choir, a response was given by the Rev. Maxton. Mrs. Frank S. Snedeker, organist, of the Presbyterian Church, presided at the organ for the service. The penny postal card of the United States hears the likeness of Thomas Jefferson. Mrs. Earl Mathews, Mrs. Bess Rowden, Mrs. Leo Day, Mrs. Ber- nlce Corzine, and Mrs. Grizzle. JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 17 (Special)—A county-wide membership drive has been scheduled by the Jersey County Home Bureau during March 20-26. Plans for the event were made at the training and planning school for officers "conducted in the courthouse this week. Mrs. Russell Rich county vice-president, presided at the session and Mrs. Mary S. Ligon, assistant state leader of the home economics extension service of the University of Illinois, conducted the meeting. Unit officers and board members present were Mrs. Mabel Shaw, Calhoun; Mrs. Ralph Little, Jersey; Mrs. Marx Wieneke, Marquette; Mrs. Calvin Whitlock and Mrs. William Steiner, Panhandle; Mr*. Ted Ansell and Mrs. Frank Miller, southeast Jersey; Mrs. M E. Waggoner and Mrs. Paul Kuebrich, West Prairie. Mrs. Lavern^ Crull, Marquette; Mrs. Delbert Loy and Mrs. Earl Richey, Bethel; Mrs. Gene Turner, Kemper; Mrs. Walter C. Clein jr., and Mrs. Frank Gerson, Otterville; Mrs. Bernard Norton and Mrs. Ernest Ferenbach, Delhi; • Mrs. Harry Massey, North Mississippi; Mrs. Eldon Orr, Elsah; Mrs. Russell Rich, Fidelity, and Mrs. Levi Little, Jerseyville. West Alton WEST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elder and family moved Monday to their newly constructed home in St. Charles, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Neal Ellenbract will move in,to the Elder home, having recently purchased it. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brinkman and two children, Moscow Mills, Mo., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dwiggins. Mrs. Violet Keene and son visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Carne, St. Louis, "Senior" Communists touring occupied countries are to have their loyalty tested by Russian agents, Moscow reports. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE Barlcffs Home-Owned BUY WITH CONFIDENCE BOYS' DEPARTMENT CLOSEOUT SALE To make room for large Boy Scout Department every Item of Boys 9 Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes will he sold. 25% o OFF SUITS TOPCOATS JACKETS PAWS SHIRTS SPOBT SHIRTS BRIEFS • SWEAT SHIRTS • UNDERSHIRTS ALTON'S HOME OWNEP STORE FOR MEN AND YOUNC MEN Jersey an Gives TalkatCarrollton JERSEYV1LLE, Jan. 17. (Special)—"Hobby As Hecreation" was the subject of n talk given by Mrs. Charles M. Daniels of this city at a meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma, national educational sorority, Friday evening, in Cftfrollton. The program followed a dinner meeting in the recreational rooms of the Methodist Church. Mrs. Daniels', talk was part of the theme "Teacher Welfare" adopted by the sorority for Its year's program. She displayed books on soap carving, doll making, developing and enlarging photographs, sketching, painting, and marionettes. At the end of her talk, various members of the sorority told of their hobbles. Mrs. Nita Ford was hostess and Miss Edith HyaU, White Mall, presided nt the business meeting. Jerscyville members attending were Mrs. Charles Daniels, Mrs. Clarence Schmidt, Mrs. Lowell Coonrod, Mrs. Helen Marshall, Mrs. Eldon Starkweather, Miss Josephine Tuetken, Miss Alma Breltweiser.of this City and Miss Amy Cargtll, Grafton. Leather Glares Gloves made of leather and tanned in the United States may be washed say home economists at Michigan State College. They advise that in dry cleaning, much of the natural oil Is removed, leaving the gloves stiff and dry. Hartford Flier's Death Confirmed / Mr. and Mrs. Clarence son, 28 West film, Hartford, recently received definite Inform** tlon concerning the death in 1944 of their son, Sgt. Norman E. Thompson, who was killed with 22 other U. 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