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PAGE SIX ALTUiN EVENLNG TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1956 T6 Employ Three Carriers Mail Delivery Starts Nov. 3 at Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILLS—Post mast- j rest Homes and Klopmeirr nd- dition to prepare lor mail deliveries out of the Cottage Hills postoftice. starting Saturday. Nov. 3. He said those \\hn will receive mail at their residences must have house numbers plain- v visible. as well as suitable '» Lutheran Church of Cottage Lilboxcs. Abo. he advised thnt "ills «-,!._ ^,^t_woek^1h-. Crlisadf* for Christ Rev. Heilman to Speak Next Week at Concordia Church COTTAGE HILLS — Concord- new addresses should be supplied . more than 100 Lutheran Church- rs in the greater St. l^ouis area it a mass "Cmsade for Christ" mission. Services will be held evening at R p. m. at Con- beginning next by all patrons to any of those u'th whom they correspond. Rural route deliveries will, cease in the three arras listed ; * r ^jj a as of Nov. 3. t'p to now• rrsi-: Sundav ' Q ^ _ 2g " a nd""ronlinuc ! dents have cither maintained box - )m , ' h Kov< -j addresses at the postoffice or ' ' have received their mail via' c ' ucst s P cakor at Concordia rural route delivery. i™ u ^ h , wi " hf> thc *?'• ° sr " r \ , , , . h. Heilman pastor of St. Pauls! Applications are ava, able at j Ulthcl , an Church or Concordia , Hi? Collage Hills postoffiee foi•; ^ those who sock jobs as mail ;' mrrif-rs in (be area. The sal- \ *«'• Heilman has been pastor a,-v itemporarj rate) is S1.82 i o) • st - Paul>s church for 1he P ast ! an hour and the applicant will; 2 ' >' Mrs and is onl - v 1he lllird ' eventually take a Civil Service i P RSlor o! the ohurch since 186 °examination. The posloffice will; Ho began his ministry as a rider in the Black Hills of South Dakota and has held pastorates in Hastings, Neb. and Helena, Mont, before becoming the pastor of St. Paul's Church. He is employ three carriers. REV. HEILMAN Girl Scouts at V Bethalto to Meet Wednesday BETHALTO — The girls of Girl Scout Troop 47 in Bethalto i will meet Wednesday at the home of their leader, Mrs. Raymond C. Heeren, 315 W. Corbin. The meeting this month will be in the form of a costume party to celebrate Halloween. Each girl will bo dressed in the traditional witch, goblin, or glamour costume. The party will be from 7 to 9:30 p. m. Rainbow Girls BETHALTO — The Order of the Rainbow for Girls will have a meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Plans for a hayride on Saturday, Oct. 27 will be completed at this meeting. The advisory board will meet at 6:45 p. m. preceding the meeting. Home on Leave BETHALTO — Airman 3-C Dale R. Campbell arrived home from Warren Air Force Base, Friday. Campbell is visiting with his mother, Mrs. Flora Campbell at 216 S. Prairie St. Campbell will leave for Indiana on Nov. 2. 4-H Club Sleet* Five from Area at present a member of the • Board of Control of St. Paul's j College in Concordia, Mo., and ; is chairman of the pastoral conference of West Mo. The Walther League will have a Halloween party on Wednesday at 7 p, m. in the church « ntj i -|-j • At W OOU HlVCl* WOOD RIVER Five area basement. The young people of residents were given emergency Zion Church, Bethalto, will be their special guests. The Women' s Missionary treatment and released at Wood River Township Hospital Monday. League will sponsor a Mission! Steven Arst, six, son of Mr. BETHALTO The regular meeting of the 4-H Club was held at the home of Donna Best, Thursday evening. There were eighteen members and three visitors present. The visitors were Mrs. Best, Mrs. Drennon and Lynn Ellen Drennon. ' During the meeting it was decided to have a hayride on November 5. It was announced that Achievement Night would be held at Edwardsville on Nov. 2. Games were played and refreshments were served following the meeting. The next meeting will be at the Catholic Church on Nov. 1. Night at Concordia on Friday at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Paul Strege, wife of a missionary to Japan, will present an informal discussion on a woman's viewpoint of mission work. A social hour with refreshments will be held after the discussion. Mrs. Q. Zimmerman is chairman for the occasion. Patients Guests Of Wood River VFW Auxiliary WOOD RIVER. — More than 100 veterans of the State Hospital were entertained at Spruce Cottage Sunday at'a Halloween party given by the Wood River Veteran's of Foreign War Auxiliary Post 2859. Mrs. Edith Lyons, hospital chairman, headed the committee on arrangements. The party was supervised by Mrs. Joseph Gill of Roxana, HI, Department Hospital chairman Games and contests were the diversion of the afternoon, anc doughnuts and coffee were serv ed. Post and Auxiliary members in attendance were Mrs. Jack Guccione, Mrs. Tony Filardo Mrs. Royal Saylor, Mrs. Dickenson, Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Secrest, Mr. and Mrs. Free Abner, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Reichcl and Robert Beliveau. Weekend Trips BETHALTO -~ Residents ofj this area ranged far and wide j in recent weekend excursions. I Drum and Bugle Mr. and Mrs. Verdell Williams ol Cottage Hills returned Monday from a trip to Davenport, la., where they attended the seventy-fifth reunion of Williams Alma Mater. I 3n d Bugle Corps, held its annual Welcomed back home Satur-! P icnic Slln(Ia y at lhe Standard 'Oil "Torch Club", Seventeen members and their families were Corps Has Picnic BETHALTO -The W o o d j d ance"°wiii River "Egyptianaires", Drum j „ „ . J TA 1 ^1 .. t__«-J -. _ I *' ' and Mrs. Sidney Arst, 2230 Edwards St., Alton, had X-rays aken of his left elbow after a all near his home Sunday evening. John Hasten, eight, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Kasten, 358 Spencer St., Bethalto, had X-rays made of his right ankle, njured playing ball on Sunday. X-rays were taken of the spine of Richard Van Meter 15, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Vincent J. Van Meter, 184 E. Airline Dr., East Alton, for an injury suffered in a! ootball game between Roxana and Granite City High Schools. Richard, a student at Roxana :iigh, was released after a cervical brace was applied. Robert W. Meloy, 43, 3509 Bloomer Dr., Alton, had X-rays made for an injury to his right index finger. Mrs. Robert II. McManus, 186 Pence St., East Alton, was treated for an injury to her right foot, suffered when she skipped off a basement step at her home. -Goes to California WOOD RIVER. —Joe R. Rowell, 173 South Sixth St., has left for Oakland, Calif., where he has accepted a position with the Kaiser Engineers. Powell was affiliated with the M and M Engineering Company here. His wife and two daughters, Joan and Linda, expect to join him at an early date. The Powell's are parents of two other children, Mrs. Floyd Huffstutler, who makes her home in Wood River, and a son, Ronald, a sophomore student at Oregau State College. Square Dance WOOD RIVER - A free square dance, sponsored by the Nine-Pin Square Dance Club of Greater St. Louis, will be held Thursday evening at the Roundhouse. The Wood River Jr.Club Adds 5 Members WOOD RIVER — The mem- hership of thp Junior \Vomans Cluh totals 88 with the addition of five new members added at tht Tuesday evening meeting at I Wood River School. Voted into club membership were Mrs. Robert Hall, Mrs. John DiPaolo, Mrs. Charles Wallace. Mrs. Paul Tarcha and Miss Betty Jordan. Members of the \Vood River Senior Woman's Club were guests of the Junior at the meeting conducted by Mrs. Jerry Trattler, president. Mrs. Trattler announced Presidents' Day will be held Nov. 1, at O'Fallon. Reservation deadline is Oct. 26. Mrs. Ray Harbaugh will represent: the club at. the Oct.. 29 meeting of (he Madison County Welfare Unit at Granite City. Mrs. James T, Smith was selected alternate. Oct. 25 was announced as the date of the Regional meeting at. Collinsville. Delegates will be Mrs. Trattler, Mrs. Robert. Jones and Mrs. James Smith. The Ways and Means Committee reported a total of 120 boxes of "Trick or treat" candy has been sold. Proceeds will go to the Brain Research Foundation in Chicago. The program chairmaned by Mrs. Robert Gat-gilt and Mrs. Benjamin Hill, featured talks by John Jones and Jerry Trattler on the topic "Parliamentary Procedure". Jones spoke seriously on the subject with Trailer giving humorous illustrations. During the social evening, games were the diversion with prizes awarded to Mrs. K. D. Hull, Mrs. Charles Armstrong, Mrs. Henry Varble and Mrs. Sam Herndon. Mrs. Melvin Wcller was presented the Senior attendance prize. The evening was completed with refreshments served from attractively decorated tables, laid in a Halloween motif. Mrs. Hull, Senior President, and Mrs. Armstrong, Junior contact chairman, presided at the tea service. A musical rehearsal was hied j day were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Elliot, having returned from a week of sightseeing and visiting j P resenl in Washington, D. C. • A mi Recently returned from p eor . • at which time the Corps inlroduc- ia, is Mrs Florem-e McGee, i ed sevPrai new numbers that who attended a meeting of the j are to hc i" clu ded in next sea- Illinois Library Association. i sons repretoir-e. Dancing was Worden Team to Meet Slaiinton Farmers to Be Guests of Worden Lions WORDEN Farmers of the community will be guests of the Lions Club at a dinner meeting this evening. Tony Ostrowsky is program chairman. Worden Notes WORDEN — Mr. and M r s. Charles Barr are announcing the birth of a daughter, Mailia Jo Oct. 18, at Community Memori- ial Hospital, Staunton. Mrs. Wilbur DuBree brought her infant son, Daniel Charles, home Friday from Community Memorial Hospital, Staunton. Joseph Naglich, who teaches in the Madison High School, has been selected as a delegate to attend the Illinois Education Association convention, which will he held in Chicago in December. He will represent the Madison School system. Young Republican Club Organizes, Names Slate A Young Republican Club of Madison County was organized Monday night at the Cibara Club 17 E. Broadway. Richard Rook was elected president; Frank McAttee, vice pres- | ident; Howard Boker, corres- WORDEN — The Lutheran ! ponding secretary; Charles Neu- grade school basketball team \ decker, secretary and treasurer, will make its first appearance j Named to the executive board at home today, when it meets! were Samuel L. Xanders. Hal Mrs. McGee,'head librarian of lu ' ld in " 10 Pavilion to Ihe mus-: the Slaunton Lutherans in the '• Simmer and Dr. L. T. Young. Unit 8 schools, attended in the ''-' of 1tno Col 'P s orchestra. The; Worden gynasium. The prelim- Next meeting date was set for capacity of representative from ended as the group j mary game will start at 8 p.m. this school district. This Fall' h( ' 1 P an " olf) fashioned, group j «nd the first time game at 8:45. Conference, an annual affair, is ', SO "S fesl around the Camp held for the benfit of librarians i Fire< " iti the state to discuss their '< The Cm ' ps has tnrpe problems and school policies. i merits remaining on their 1956 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence John-! schedule. They will participate son and daughter, Pat, returned trorn a weekend spent visiting in Hot Springs, Ark, St« jhen Day was the printer in wi-at now If the United States. in the Alton Halloween Parade, Oct. 31, and in the Armistice Day parade at Edwardsville, Nov. 11. Their last public appearance first i for 1956 will be al the Alton State Hospital. Where they will present a Christinas Concert. Education Association at Bclhalto Plans Party The local team is being coached by Claude Wedel, assisted by Wayne Behme and J i m Opel. Thursday at Hotel Stratford at 7:30 p. m. Robert Morrow, Alton-Godfrey-Fosterburg district GOP chairman, will speak. Men and women aged 21-36 have been invited to attend. War I Barracks Guest of Wood River Legion Post WOOD RIVER — American!on the 22nd district meeting they Legion Post 204 entertained its '• attended in Collinsville Sunday, world War I Barracks at a meet- ' A1 Sunday's meeting, it was ins in the Legion Home Monday «' mn " n( ' r « ] hal !w ? '° fial . ( • - naires had received appoint"' !; ' ltl mi'iiis in Ihe district. Lunch was served and the Dave Swan was appointed .group was entertained by a Ice-i Judge advocate and Northway BETHALTO - Members of; will innet Wednesday evening i lure and demonstration on hypno-1 was appointed department cbair- the Bethalto Educational Asso- al 7 . ;i0 for their rcgular moilt | v sis by Dr. Robert Carlin.' man for the. Boy Scouts. North riation will have a Halloween )y meo , in(i; i Wayne Cox, senior vice com-i'-ay was also re-appointed state parly Thursday at 8 p. rn. The " . ' •„ ' mandor, reported that paid mem- scout chairman for the second costume party will be open to i ' " c '. , s . W1 " 111IH ' 1 at I|1C ; bcrship totalled 2K9. He also an- i successive vear members, their spouses andi church for lhplr lMSme ^ nu-et- the THE HOT SEAT—A gang of conspirators and thinvcs closes In on fat Price, "Kind Lady" on East Alton-Wood River Community High School's production of the mystery-melodrama of that title which will be presented at the school Thursday evening. ' In photo, making like liiains, are Laurie Skei, Tom Traband, Kenney Kistner and Ruby Ballentine.—Pritchard Photo. May Hire Speech Correclionist East Alton Would Send Special Students to Alton guests. , ing. Hostesses for the event will A varictj of costumes are ex- 1 be Mrs - Aubrey Andrews, Mrs. pected to show up on the bodies i Vt ' ra B'W'"rns. Mrs. C. H. Carl- to of school teachers. Bewitching ; ton an<1 Mrs ' Afl(iit S'"'' 11 witches, goblins, ghosts and all I Devotions will be given the trimmings will be present at: Mrs. L. K. 'Pn'lm and roll nounccd that the membership drive will end with a potluck between the auxiliary and post or, Nov. 10. Frunk Panyik a n d Fredia At the district meeting, veterans organizations were urged to contribute to the Ed Drei- mier Memorial at Crab Orchard Lnke near Curbondale. The me- the gala once a year fun fust, will be answi-wl by each mum- The regular business mwting l)er k'' v '"K ; < Bibli; verse con- will giv* way to a fun nighi lori |al "i"S "'»; word "harvest", all including all the Halloween! A handkerchief sboucr lor a ">.v j Schoencweis, ro-chainnen, an- morial is for hospitalized velcr- " 'nounccd plans for a public tur-ians, tradition.' key dinner to be held from noon to 7 p. in. on Nov. 18, The dinner will be served by jwst and auxiliary members. Plates will jloimer incinbc-r til Die class who i si'l 1 to adults for $1.50 and to juill b<- present is scheduled to! children under 12 for 75 cents. EAST ALTON—The Board of Education of School District 13 met in a special session Monday night to review progress for proposed special education classes for the district and to report on a meeting of the group with two Southern Illinois University consultants Thursday night relative to the formation of the classes. In a meeting with Dr. Jacob 0. Bach, director of Educational Research Services at the Carbondale school; and Dr. Oliver Kolstoe, chairman of the SIU Department of Special Education; plans were laid for the formation of special education classes in District 13. Steps suggested by the two professors were: (1) Each child in the district be tested for mental capacity through use of standardized tests; (2) Study of the results of such tests; and (3) After the tests results are gained, plan a course of action. Drs. Bach and Kolstoe reported that SIU had services of special consultants available for survey aid at $50 per consultant man- day. The two educators estimated that a "minimum of one year would be needed for the completion of such a survey." Following a preliminary report made to the board by District 13 faculty, it was discovered that the number of students in the East Alton district who would require special education attention was below the national average per pupa. The board moved at Monday night's meeting for Charles Gabbert, superintendent of schools, to draft a letter to the director of special education in the Alton school district to determine the availability of facilities for out- of-town students requiring special education instruction. A suggestion was also made by a parent at the meeting for the board to contact Shirley Roose, an East Alton resident and now a student at Illinois Normal College, to determine her interest in accepting a po.sition as speech correction- ist for the district upon her completion of college study. Board members present were: Mrs. Truman Vroman, president; V. J. Brazier, Emory Walkington, Orval Lay, Richard Welch and Rafael Marderosian. Wins TV EAST ALTON — Mrs. Jerome M. Cappel, 2509 Alfaretta Ave., Alton, was announced Saturday evening as the winner of first prize and a television set in the "Fall Harvest Festival" drawing at the Wilshire Village Shopping Center. The drawing was held after entries were submitted for two weeks. The event was sponsored by the Wilshire Village Association. Class Party EAST ALTON — Members of the round table class of the First Methodist Church will be entertained at a Halloween- party at 7:30 p. m. Friday at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shinpaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Huston are on the arrangement committee. Guest at Shower EAST ALTON. — Mrs. Loyce Farmer, 23 W. Woodland, Rosewood Heights, was honored at a shower given Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Darrel James, ?,'2l Oak Dr. Pri/.e winners al games and contests wore Mrs. Joe Strong, Mrs. Glenn Cunningham, Mrs. Alfred Springer and Mrs. Bei nadine Bolo. Party appointments followed a I yellow and white color motif, | which was repeated on the refreshment table. A large bootee hold an arrangement of yellow and white chrysanthemums as the table centerpiece, and miniature bootees markfd the place of each guest. Mrs. Dfirrcl Fraser and Mrs. Fred Bocki-r were assisting host- — Tin- Kum-Jcun- j he include^ in thj evenings profs elas* ol the Methodist church jgiam. Howard Malbus. commander, and Arthur Northway reported The annual Halloween dance j _ll.l!_'_ was announced by Bill Barker to bi> al 9 p. rn. Salurday. Music "ill be furnished by t h e Kgyptianaires. Post :!()•! Ns also made plans to display American Flags on j wheat exporter, instead of im- Armistice Day, ' porter. Malaria, which once had a devastating effect upon the work- inp manpower of Greece, is now Music Staff Reports to Dist. 1 Board ROXANA — The music staff of the Roxana Community Unit schools met with the Board of Education to explain the objectives and goals of the school's music program. Miss Phyllis Herr is music supervisor in grades one through six; M a x Svfert teaches junior and senior high choruses and instrumental music in grades five through eight, and LeRoy Dalhaus is has 51 drivers on its payroll, band director for the junior and Ruan Drivers Get Awards- WOOD RIVER — Twenty-five truck drivers for lllinois-Ruan Transport Co., here were presented with safety awards Saturday night at a banquet at Hotel Stratford', Alton. Two of the 25 drivers, Ted Holmes and Jonas Wagner, both of St. Louis, were given awards for driving 25 or more years without a "chargeable" accident. The awards were presented by Harold Baker, vice-president of I the company. Also present were George Wagner, traffic manager for the St. Louis Division of Standard Oil; Lowell Best, Standard Oil Co. stock distributor; Cap Garringer, Standard tank truck superintendent; Wood River Police Chief Roy Centre and Alton Chief of Police Heafner. It was the first such banquet in the company's history, A spokesman said the transport company senior high schools. Miss Herr noted that the basic Swedish shipyards built two destroyers for the Colombia | navy; brought Colombian naval activity in any well-rounded pro-l cadets from South America for gram of music education is singing. Singing about their play vessels and work, thoughts and needs i _____ is conducive to the personality development of the child. She described the opportunities students have from kindergarten through the sixth grade for vocal rhythmic, and creative expression as well as deriving musical knowledge and pleasure from b'stening to music. training in operating the two Governor's Visit Rotary Trying to Promote Peace, Wood River Club Told WOOD RIVER.—Rotary Clubs in 99 countries throughout the free world "are united in an endeavor to promote international understanding, good will and peace," W. J. Crawford. Peoria, governt • of District 212 of Rotary International, told the Rotary Club of Wood River Monday. Crawford addressed the club on the occasion of his official Rotary Club visit. In addition to the activities of Rotary's 9,134 clubs within their own communities to promote international understanding. Crawford pointed out, Rotary-International has spent more than $2,000,000 in recent years through its program of student fellow- ships which enable outstanding college graduates to study onr year in countries other than their own as Rotary ambassadors of good will. "With fellowship and service to others as its keynote, Rotai-y provides a common B«und for 434,000 business and professional executives throughout th« free world, regardless of different nationalities or political or religious beliefs," the District Governor emphasized. Guests at the meeting at which the governor spoke were Paul Brown. Roland Turnbull, Charley Freeman, Judge I. II. Streeper, Charles Godfrey, Dcr- rell Smith, and George Stuart, all of Alton, and Ed Schrodt and Oscar Schmidt of Edwardsville. Hartford Department Fights Oil Fire During Drill HARTFORD Hartford Fire Department had a surprise fire drill Monday evening at Hartford Terminal of Ashland Oil Co. This was a demonstration of fighting oil fires and dry chemicals and liquid foam were used. The following firemen participated: Clarence Shirley, Hermon Den- fjp, James Hall, Bob Ritter, Lester Lawrence, Sam Stassi, Carl Rhoades, Gene Forresting, Kenneth Bode, Barnard Branson, Paul Condray, Louis Zagar, Cyril Ferguson, and Fire Chief, Herman Kuehnel. The village auxiliary police also assisted. Halloween Party HARTFORD — Cub 'pack 29, along with parents of members will have a Halloween party on Pack 29 will meet at 7:30 p.m today at Woodrow Wilson school. Sunday School Party HARTFORD — The Junior Sunday school Dept. of Hartford Methodist Church will have a Halloween party for the children of th* church Saturday at 1 p.m. at the church basement. The following teachers will assist: Mrs. Grace Mudd. Mrs. Del Cobine, Mrs. Pete Mihalich, Mr*. Don Redman, Mrs. William Fill- hugh, Mrs. Nelson Cook, Mrs. Jo# Gibbons. Mrs. Hermon Kuehnrl, Mrs. Cyril Ferguson, Miss Helen Peterson, Miss Stella Mnlone. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. John Salic. Prizes will HP given for the most original, pret- Saturday at 7:30 p.m., at Woodrow tiest ' 8nd "S» est «»t«"nes. Wilson school. All members are to be in costume. Prizes will be awarded. Refreshments will be served later in the evening. Church Meeting HARTFORD — Women of the Assembly of God church will attend a W.M.C. sectional rally Wednesday. The rally will get under way with a dinner at noon at Odd Fellow's Hall in Alton. Delegates will then go to the Cottage Hall Children'* Meeting HARTFORD — The children'* rally wbich WHS held at the Assembly of God church each night of the past week, came to a close Sunday. The rally had an enrollment of 204 children from the various churches in the village. Ch:ld Evangelists. Irene Dediow and Ann Friederici of San Pierrie, Ind., were in charge of the session.*. Pianists were Miss Betty Coppland Syfert discussed the advantages and disadvantages of a gen- Proceeds for Youth Fund Roxana Club Pancake and Sausage Supper Wednesday Assembly of God Church for a ! and Mrs. Ernest Whalen. Thr Rev. business meeting. j R". v Warner is pastor of the Cub Meeting church. HARTFORD — Hail ford Cub! New officers of the Sunday school of the Assembly of God church took officp Sunday morning. The nf-w superintendent n Estele Sanders; John Hall, assistant superintendent; Miss Betiy ! Copeland, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Marie Brannam, assistant secretary and treasurer. i Retiring superintendent U Phiiip ROXANA — The second annual pancake and sausage supper eral music program in junior and j sponsorpd b y the Roxana Rotary senior high school. Last year i the junior high school music program was required but due to scheduling difficulties and other factors, it has again been plac- C r Ave. from 5 to 7:30 p. m. Club will be Wednesday in the all purpose room of the Central ' Hendricks. past few days, her uncle and j The intermediate Department of f, Un !'_, Mr : _ an , d . iMrS ' _ Everet ; the church school will have a Hal- lowecn party Fri. at 7 p.m. Tbs party will be at the church parsonage on FJ. SVatkins street. Humphrey and her cousin and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Humphrey of Wilmington, Calif. Mrs. Roscoe Haughawaut of : __. School, Thirteenth St. and Esth-i Joplin, Mo. has returned to herj The U. S. Navy has a freshman ed on an elective basis. Choruses in both the junior and senior high schools have enlarged considerably in the past two years. It has been encouraging to Sy- Proceeds will be used for the: youth fund. The Rotary Club i sponsor the Explorer Post, Boy: Scouts, Girl Scouts. Cub Scouts j and send a deserving student j home after spending the past'sailor from Browning, Mont., and i named Lerny EverybodyTalks- About, the latter being a single and son Bob of W. Tyde- j word. He is a full blooded Blackman Ave. I foot Indian. fert to have an increasing num-i to the Egyp(j an Music her of boys select chorus as an j at DuQuoin'eaeh year, extra class activity. They have j learned to appreciate the con- j tribution music can make to group enjoyment. j Dalhaus outlined the introduc-l (ion of instrumental music into! the public schools of the United j States in addition to discussing the program of the instrumental music department in the Roxana schools. Although orchestras were started around 1900 in the public schools, it was about 1915 Simon to ROXANA — Rep. Paul Simon, will speak to members of the Woman's Club at 7:30 m. today in the council room of the Community building. In last night's paper it did not state Club, only that he would speak here. Student Council Meeting New School Patrol Members Installed at East Alton EAST ALTON — Approximate-[both ways for cars, towalkquick- f 50 students of Lincoln, \Vash-!ly, but never run. across the ington and Blair grade schools ! street, to go directly home alter were formally installed in the \ school and never accept rides, school safety patrol in ceremon-j to avoid strange animals and to ROXANA — Saturday eight j ies conducted Monday evening j learn their names, addresses and fjuuiiu auiiuujn, ll wus, ctuuui -iU-lJ i , . , ., T T - , , . ' , i , , before manv schools introduced i members of the Roxana H.ghidunng the parent-teachers asso-1 telephone numbers. Games are instrumental music into the reg-! Scho01 student Councl1 made a ' ciation meeting held at the jun- used to demonstrate and teach niar Piirrifiiinm <Jm™ «,«,<-«m« tri P to Amia-Jonesboro H i g h i ior high school auditorium. i safety habits as soon as school ular curriculum. Since that time, it has been adopted into nearly School to the annual meeting of; Harold Riggins. East Alton | opens each fall, she said. all school systems in America I the Collinsville District of Stu-! police ,, nief] con ducted the in- i Lowery listed the methods of Dalhaus encouraged the adoption of a theory course in the high school curriculum which would assist students who plan to enter music schools. He out- dent Councils. . 1 hose making the trip were «*" stallation. j teaching safety: contractive sta- Bob Stewart, Sheila Grandfield, Don McGhee, Bob Hobson, Tom Gatewood and Mickey Hurst. .... meeting was opened by. Bes . tlon - "nph«sis on prevention the presentation of colors by j ^ ;i , actual P I-ac " c * of safety boy scout trnop 11, who led the; pledge of allegiance. habits. Mrs. Sit^e said that the schools lined the five point program forj ualt ™, rt , lm "" uncy . " Ult " u | John B. Wildt, president, gave f ollow the usta eu * u ' de for Ph>'»those participating in instrument- "arold Huck accompanied the M invocalion and prosidcd at u-al and health education. All al music as follows: technic in- group. Miss Anglin vice president busjn£>ss session He rt . physical education teachers agree • struction, solo playing, sectional practice and instruction, ensemble playing and full band experience. Correction ROXANA - The name of Anita Anglin was omitted from the second honor roll, junior class of the Roxana High School in the item Monday evening, Also the name of Beverly Ball, listed on the second honor roll in the freshman group, of the group led a discussion (he hoard of managers of on a code of behavior for su,- p-iici «,.u,..«u, -." «««, .-, *,u- j, Congress of Parents dent Council Members be Cap- TpH , hpI , q favnrs fhp « hllle d " l '" and out. First able Leaders of Tomorrow?" Iloxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Campo of Tenth street attended the funeral of Mrs. Campo's aunt Mrs. Clara Myers Sunday afternoon at Greenville, III,, They were accompanied by her brother Jerry Emmerling of St. Louis and her mother, Mrs. Lucien Ray of and Teachers, favors the "blue ballot" to be voted in the November election. Miss Eugenia Day, legislation chairman, explained the vote on the tuberculosis sanitorium tax is a renewal tax, rather than a new tax, and is favored by the PTA. Mrs. V. J. Brazier reported on the highlights of the district should have been on the hlghl Bpnld ' While 'here they visited | 29 conference held in Highland honor roll. Mrs. Ray s s.ster, Mrs. F r e d ! Op , 5 _ Wooden ships of the U.S. Navy Jacobs al Spring Vajley. Mr. and Mrs. Hersehel Nelson have a life expectance of 30 and son, Bob of W. Tydeman years. | Ave., had as their guests the Rayburn Heads Association Formed at Rosewood Hgts. ROSEWOOD IIEIGHTS-rFinis Rayburn was elected president of the Rosewood Heights Businessmen's Association at an organizational meeting of the group Monday night in the St, Paul's Methodist Church, Other officers elected were: Aldo Sheets, first vice president; W. H. Knupp, second vice under such control thai the mi- president, and M, Stark, secretion has become a and tary-troasurer. The purpose of the nesv organization will be to support civic irpprovements in the community and to aid local businessmen in their advertising. The next meeting of the group will be Nov. 19, at which the group will adopt by-laws and discuss ways and means of advertising, Violet Club ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS.- The African Violet Club will meet at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Homer Graves, Godfrey. Oct. 5. Mrs. Hugh McGuiggan, membership chairman, announced an approximate paid - up membership of 275, or one half of the goal of 450 parents as members. Mrs. Kenneth Ladd, program chairman, reported approximately 80 children were being entertained by motion picture films and comedies in another room ol the school as parents attended the meeting. Mrs. Richard Welch, Mrs, Roy Sit/e, John Lowery and Chief Riggins were introduced by Mrs. Ladd as panel members on the topic "Safety in the Schools". Mrs, Welch, kindergarten teacher, states beginners are taught the meaning of the colors of traffic signals, that police and pi.trol members are friends who will help when needed, to cross intersections only after looking aid is taught in the seventh and eighth grades, she said, and teachers would appreciate parental cooperation in carrying out the safety play habits learned in school. AH three teachers stressed the importance of parental cooperation. Riggins reported East Alton was given a grade of 100 per cent by the Department of Public Safety, State of Illinois, which he attributed to the school safety program and the efficiency of the school patrol. A question and answer period followed the discussion. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting, with Mrs. Hubert Yoder as chairman of the hostess committee. WEARS LONGER! tor 1 ; l«r into CITY OLDB iremiB VELVET 81 UP MMS. MILITELLO SHOE STORE

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