Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 29, 1956 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, October 29, 1956
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section 2 Pages 13-22 Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1956. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press At New Carrollton High Greene County Teachers Institute Set for Nov. 1-2 CARROLLTON — The annual Greene County Teacher's Institute will open Tuesday and will continue through Friday in the gymnasium of the new Carrollton Community Uhit High School. Speakers Thursday will be Dr. Stanley K. Norton, assistant dean ol men at the Illinois State Normal University, and his topic will be "A Fourth R". His address will be followed at 11 a. m. by three workshops, one on Language Arts in Grades 1-6, by Dr. Rose Buehler, professor of! 14 at Ol » no™ of Miss Anna ' community education, Illinois State Normal |K .Gmmmell. Miss Doris Pohl- n,^,^,^ . . University; Social Science in man * the president of the W1 " mcet Thursday at <: ton, Dr. Miller and Dr. Belshe. Lunch will he served each noon in the cafeteria of the school. •Ir. Catholic Daughtcra CARROLLTON — Plans for the making of jewelry boxes out of occasional cards were made Wednesday at a meet ing of the Junior Catholic daughters! Carrollton Band Club To Meet at the home nf Miss Tepen and the boxes Darlene • will be! made at the next meeting Nov. Booster's Club Grades 1-8 by Dr. Vernon L. CARROLLTON — The Band of Carrollton High School p.m. group. | in the new high school. The pro- Wyntt Kimi-rnl j gram will feature the grade CARROLLTON -- Funeral school band, under the direction Rcplogle, professor of education, Illinois State Normal University; "and Language Arts in Content. I ri "' s for William Benjamin Wy-- O f j Areas by Dr. Mary C. Serra, | !)lt - World War I, veteran who associate professor at Illinois ! diotj Tuesday morning, were State Normal University. i conducted Friday at Simuson The morning sessin will open ! Fmp ™ ] "° umc h - v ! he Rev - Her ' C. Rhoades of Carlinville. with a program by the Carrollton Community Unit High School Band, directed by Miss V a 1 Bern 1 . Greetings will be brought by Mrs. Thclma Wilkinson, the Greene County Superintendent ! Snloist was Mrs. mi, with Joseph L. Richard Pallbearers were Robert Herring. .Irrspyvillr; John W. Cun- of Schools, and Mrs. Hazel Price, i ni "Bham. Divcrnon: Raymond the president of the Greene' Holmt>s - Amos l " n ™*. w ' !lin <» County Education Association will also speak. Edmundson and Robert Edmund- Val Berry. Hosts for the evening will be Mr. and Mrs. John Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Kei.noth Black, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bland, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Camerer. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Camerer. Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Dfiwdy, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Vernice Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gerson and Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen. Liles Funeral CARROLLTON — The Rev. son. Carrollton. American Le. , gion sen-ices at the Emeric Gem-' J> w - Lamb ' pastor of the local The afternoon session Thurs- j ct in Carlinvillo w ,, re ron ., Assembly of God Church, offi- day will open with music by the ; dljr ,- pd hv rep , ( , K( , ntnt ; vc , of ,„„ ciatcd at the funeral of Miss Roodhouse High School, with Mrs.; Legion Po«t in that rjtv " Hlanchp Luola Lilrs Friday at i Virginia Rmdie as director.' .' „ '' ''J-.'',0. p. m. at the Liles home in I this city. | Pallbearers wcre Marvin White. John Cook. Oscar Stande-1 _.,,. „ T i „ • , f p r. Ben Hopwood, John Gilling-' person Tuesday evening at the last of five sessions of a Study Course hold in the local Methodist Church. The theme of the study Child The afternoon will be given entirely to workshops conducted by Dr. Buehler, Dr. Reploglc and Dr. Serra The morning spsson Friday will open with music by the Greenfield Community Unit .' tiidy Course i CARROLLTON — Mr«. Vr-rl '. Owens of the faculty of the Eldred School will ho the resource Brighton League Meets Wednesday BRIGHTON — The program theme of the Brighton Civic League meeting, scheduled for Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.'William D. Bates, will be "Your Hobbies." In connection with this theme, members are to participate in the program by! bringing individual hobbies to show. Hlrtli Notice BRIGHton — Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roettger of Route 1, Brighton are announcing the birth of a son Saturday morning at St. Joseph's Hospital. He weighed six pounds and eight ounces, and has been named Thomas Ray. The Roetlgers hnve four other children, Carol 13, Sherrill, 10, Lloyd, 9, and'Terry, 6. Mrs. Francis Steritz, Brighton, is the baby's paternal grandmother and Mrs. Anna Clark of Sedalia, Mo., the paternal great- grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown of Alton are the maternal grandparents. Father Dies BRIGHTON— FuneniT services I for the father of Willard Living- : ston were conducted Sunday af-: lernoon at the Tamoroa funeral i home. Livingston died Friday j morning after a prolonged illness. Brighton Xotes BRIGHTON—Mrs. W. E. Dres sell of Edwardsville and Miss Frances Dressell of St. Loui were guests Saturday evening o Mrs. Ruth Kelsey. Miss Nancy Swan and Miss Juanita Anders, both students a McKendree College spent the weekend here with their parents Mrs. Earl Blotna To Head Room Mothers at Shipman SHIPMAN — Mrs. Earl Blotna was elected room mother chairman when the grade school room mothers met for an organization meeting at the school Friday afternoon. The teachers served refreshments and plans were made to entertain the children on various holidays during the school year. The first party will be at Thanksgiving. The grade school room mothers arr Mrs. Dale Maxwell. Mrs. William Stouffe, Mrs. Charles Sehoencman. Mrs. Earl Blotna, Mrs. Lyle Huddleston, M r s. Thomas Beckham. Mrs. Dan Baker, Mrs. John Johnson and Mrs. Verneda Kitsmiller. Miss Dodson's Kites SHIPMAN — Funeral services for Miss Abagail Dodson were held Friday at the Jacoby Funeral Home in Bunker Hill. Rev. Chauncy Piety, minister of the Carlinville Christian Church, officiated. Miss Bertha Shultz sang. Pallbearers were: Charles and Robert Matlack, Gordon McAllister, Vale Christopher, Leo and Edwin Dodson. Burial was in the Shipman cemetery. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Robert MatJack of' Cleveland, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McAllister of Havana arrived ; at the W. S. Matlack home I Thursday. They were called here ! hy the death of their aunt Miss | Abagail Dndson. j Mrs. Wayne Winslado and } daughter spent Thursday in the P. L. Jaynes honje in Medora. Brighton Cubs Guests at Party •/ BRIGHTON—Mrs. Alvin Lucker and Mrs. Burneil Meacham, den mothers of Cub Den 4. entertained den members Thursday at a Halloween party in the basement of the home of Mrs. Lucker. The children were masked and played Hallou-een games. Cubs present were Freddie Wiese, den chief, Tommy Crav-. ens, Johnny Bott, Victor OH.- ' man, Giry Watson, and Ron- : nie Koehler. Special guests were David, John and Jim Luckor and Edwin Meacham. Methodist Parly BRIGHTON — Teachers of the primary department of the St. Paul Methodist Sunday School entertained their Sunday School pupils with a Halloween party Saturday, afternoon at Wesley Center. | The children came costumed and games wcre arranged by Miss 1 Marjorie Thompson. Mrs. Jack : Rice and Mrs. Robert Williamson | had decorated the center in the j Halloween motif. Mrs. L. Anseli' was in charge of refreshments and | Mrs. W. Livingston was in charge j of treats for the children. Now ... See the '57 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER REXKOAT MOTORS Inc. Your Chrysler Imp'rlil-Plymnalh Dealer 7625 E. Broadway 3-7778 hnm and Eugene EsscJb/vn. Bur ial was in Carter Cemetei-v. NOW School system and the speaker will be Dr. Theodore Sands, associate professor of social science of the Illinois State Norm- Mix a quarter cup of sugar Tuesday is "The Junior with a couple teaspoons of cin- (ind The Church". Pfir-jnamon; spread over wcll-butter- ents will take part in the dis- i ed tonst and reheat under the cu.ssion. as will the teachers in broiler. who are .. ASTHMA SuStreri now escape much severe vheti- lr-5. sneeilnf. coughing ind difficult crtathtng during recurring attacks oj Brcnchltl Asthmt. Htv Fever and Bron- cnltti bj taking Krf improved. Wonder- Wnrklr.g UENDACO. Quickly helps corr.btt illergv. relax bronchial tub««, remove chotlr.g phlefm. Thus aids freer breathlnt • nd «ounder sleep. Get ifEKDAOO at druj- flrit Uontt bacJc guarantee. ducted beginning at 10:50 a. m. "Physical Education in Grades 1-8" will be fed by Dr. C. E. ! Horton, professor and director i of health at the Illinois State i Normal University; "Elemen-i tary and General Science, Grades \ 1-9" by Dr. L. W. Miller. proi fesstfr biological science of the i Illinois State Normal University : and "Challenging the Superior ' Student, Grades 7-8 and High i School by Dr. F. B. Bclshe. as- 1 sociate professor of education i of the Illinos State Normal Uni- j versity. j The artemoon «>.<«ion Friday ! will open with music by the \ White Hall High School, direct- 1 ed by Mrs. Helen Barnett, and ! the workshops will be continued j during the afternoon by Dr. Hor- j Carrollton Girl Joins Air Corps CARROLLTON —Miss Patricia Hardwick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hardwick, has joined the "Omen's A i r Corps and is receiving basic training at Lackland Air Force base in Texas. Miss Hardwick was a graduate in 1956 of the Carrollton Community Unit High Her brother, Pvt. Henry is with the U.S. ___ One-sL\th of all patents granted by the U.S. Patent Office have been for automotive inventions. Carrollton Baptist Children To Hqve Party Wednesday CARROLLTON — Children of: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Geers. the junior department of t h e ; O t h e r guests were Mrs. Eva Sunday School of the Baptist j Daum, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Church will have a Halloween! Damn and family and Mr. and Keep it under your Q helmet! ° O OLDS FOR Has new COUNTER-DIVE! lv«n-lc««l «top. ffad with Oldimobile'i n«w Counter- Dive ... a new front-end sutpeniion feofure that reduce, flopping "dip"! Woil till you try ill If, unoothl masquerade supper Wednesday at 5 p. m. in the church dining room. Following the supper, the children will attend the Halloween parade which is sponsored annually by Carrollton Lions Club. Carrnllton Notes CARROLLTON —Miss Emma Brittain, Miss Edith Masters and Miss Mary Keane of East St. Louis were guests Thursday and Friday of Miss Edith Carmody and Mrs. Joseph Thomann._ Dinner guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bor]in were Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Roodhouse of White Hall, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Dowdall and Judge and Mrs. G. K. Hutchens of this city. Mrs. Florence Pranger, Mrs. Carroll Tapp Sr. Miss Ann Sackett and Frank Daniels of the Greene County Department of Public Welfare returnpd home Saturday from Peoria where they attended a state Welfare conference. Mrs. Frank Simoncts was move<. from her home to Boyd Memorial Hospital Saturday morning in Simpson's ambulance where she will receive examination and treatment. Miss Cathy Schrameck and Miss Mary Helen Schoberle both of Alton, Miss Maxine Lamb and James Oberhouse, both of Washington, 111., were weekend guests of Miss Mary Kay Prang- ei at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pranger. Other weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pranger were their daughter, Miss Jane Ann, a student nurse at St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing in Alton, and their son, Larry Pranger, who is a student at the Illinois State Normal University at Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sturgeon and sons of Napervllle returned to their home Monday, haying been guests since Friday of Mrs. Sturgeon's mother, Mrs. Chris Daum, Mr. and Mrs. Sturgeon and sons were dinner < ijuesls Sunday at Greenfield of| Mrs. Paul Daum ana son of this city. 8KB IT FRIDAY. NOV. 9, AT OUR SHOWROOMI WALZ MOTOR CO. RAY MOTOR CO. 1000 K. Broadway—Alton Thone: 3-6678 THERE ARE 3 THINGS You Must Know— WHERE? WHEN? HOW? GLASSES NEED ADJUSTMENT?? To be comfortable your glasses need regular adjustments. No matter where you purchased your glasses we will be happy to check them over... NO CHARGE FOR ADJUSTMENTS COME IN TODAY... _, . . ._, ,. u .. Charles J. (Chuck) Heitr REMEMBER. 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