Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 25, 1956 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, October 25, 1956
Page 21
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section 2 Pages 2140 Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1956. Party Slated For Saturday Night at-Moro MORO. — The annual Halloween party, sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Association, is set for Saturday at t:30 p.m. at the school. There will be a "treat" for children. The masqueraders Will be judged and prizes given for the prettiest, ugliest, funniest, and the most original costumes. The committee in charge consists of Mrs. Charles Bolin, Mrs. Orville Cooper and Mrs. Raymond Whitlock. Announce Birth MORO. — Mr. and Mrs. Leon Benjey are announcing the arrival of their seventh child and sixth son. The baby, weighing eight pounds and three ounces, was born Oct. 16 at St. Frances Hospital, Litchfield. He has been named Shawn Lee. Merry Maids Meet MORO. — Carol Ann Burgess was hostess to the Merry Maid 4-H Club at their Halloween party Monday evening. Those receiving prizes were Sharon Kaye Engelke, the funniest; Bonnie Hammond, prettiest, and Lucinda Meyer, ugliest. Games were played and refreshments were SWEETHEART v, SOAP REGULAR AND BATH SIZE ONE CAKE K when you buy 3 at usual price NO COUPONS REQUIRED Soap Thai AGKfCS wirh tout Skill Arthur Godfrey »oyu Beauty it their buiineu, beauty it evtrf woman'i butineu. Change today to regular bcouty ears with pure, mild SweetHemrt. Get regular and bath- tl» SweetHeart and tavel H«r«'» why w» mok« thli off«r...Thit giant 1* Sale-your chance to lava quartsrt, half dollari—ii mad* to introduce you to the toap uted by 9 out of 10 leading covur girh. STOCK UP/ «•• Mart you Buy ... »*• More Vou Jo»ef Child Guidance Meeting At Carlinville Tonight CARLINVILLE — The Ilinois Guidance and Personnel Association Area 34 roumllable meeting will be held at Carlnville High School at 7:30 p. m. today. The program will be in charge o! Dr. Ivan Russell, director of Child Guidance Clinic, South- served. A skating party is planned for Nov. 13 at Bunker Hill skating rink. How Con Stratton Shirk fhd Blame? CORRUPTION " RESTORE INTEGRITY to ILLINOIS GOVERNMENT TMi Mr. PtM I" «r »H HI. !•<• ClliMi CM. «inti« r<r C«». S«. I. P. HcM.h.n em Illinois University. With him will be his team of four guidance experts. Dr. Russell and his team hold clinics in communities which h?ve asker" for help in meeting unusual problems of children. Any person who is engaged in or interested in guidance or per- Seniors To Give Play Nov. 16 At Carlinville CARLTNV1LLE Senior officers quite ordinary until Dan appears on the scnee. They discover that he, a friend of Dora's, has been working at the resor'. hotel where a young woman %vas married. It is Olivia who puts the clues, wantg fhe together to incriminate Dan, butj even she is taken in by his boy 5c Per Copy Clergyman Wants Flying Saucers COVINGTON, Ky. UfV-A space- minded clergyman with early Member of The Associated Press commis . to permit "flying saucers" within him Emlyn Williams.; lo kil1 a g ain ns the annual class play. The production date is Nov. 16. in ish charm and seeks to protect to be dropped on the city, him — until the slrange con- The Rev. John Longworth re- him j quested the action, explaining that dropping the objects from an airplane would help promote ft youth revival meeting. Mr. Longworth, pastor of the Covington Revival Center, didn't explain the nature of the "saucers." City manager Oscar Hesch was directed to obtain a sample model before action is taken on the request. Newsprint shortage has delayed publication of all three La Paz, Bolivia, dailies. sonnei work is invited to attend I the new gymnasium, with Miss Ihe ara meetings. This includes Beverly Giltner directing, all administrators, teachers, Members of the cast are: Rich- school board members, and school j ard Nowby, Peg Cuthbertson, patrons from the five counticsjjudi Wert/., John Woodruff. Pag of the area — Montgomery, Ma- Ryan, Ellen Kasten, Bill Neigh- coupin, Greene, Jersey and Calhoun. Paul Wisch, principal of Bunker Hill High School, is program chairman for Area 34. and Mrs. Ann Chapman, Guidance Director of Carlinville High School, is Area Leader. Present at the meeting will be Dr. Marlowe Slater of Blackburn College, the newly elected president of IGPA, and Dr. C. A. Michelman, Chief Occupation Information and Guidance Service. Springfield. Dr. Russell will discuss the work of his guidance clinic and I will explain how schools may i avail themselves of its services. < Carlinville has already taken ad-i vantage of his offer and is hold- j ing a clinic this week, Oct. 25 I and 26. for the parents, teachers, ! and students of District 1. • bi>rs, Janet Akers and John Mahlandt. The assistant to the director is Joan Zigler, chairman of the )!ght and sound crow, Richard Schien; chairman of the properties crew, Keith Hayes. The play, a psychological murder mystery, takes place in Mrs. Branson's cottage in England. Mrs. Bramson, a peevish invalid, makes life miserable for Dora the maid, Mrs. Terence the cook, and her niece-companion Olivia. 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