Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1956 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELPiORAPH PAGE SEVEN All-Day Workshop Carlinville Hosts School Lunch Managers, Employes CARLINVILLE — A school lunch workshop for schools o f Macoupin, Greene, Jersey, Calhoun and Montgomery counties WHS held in Carlinville Junior- Senior High School Tuesday. Approximately 110 school officials, lunch program managers and employes attended. The morning session was onened by Macoupin County Superintendent of Schools Mike Makuh followed by a welcoming speech by Superintendent of i": !v>ols H. S. I'iftlepng-'.t of District No. 1. Auditing procedures were in clru'ge of Fred C. Fieker, Carlinville, state school lunch auditor, nnd the supervisor procedures in charge of Mae Webb, field super- vNor, 'School lunch program. Mrs. Ruth Kitzmiller, Roxana schools area vice president, represented the Illinois School Food ' Service Association. Following a noon luncheon in the high school cafeteria, Mrs. Helen Wallers, field supervisor of the school lunch program, talked on "Meal Evaluation." The speaker of the afternoon was F. A. Gotirley, manager of the Prairie Farms Creamery of Car- Jinville. A tour of the kitchen was in charge of Mrs. Mamie Boente, Carlinville Junior-Senior High School cafeteria manager. Special School Election CARLINVILLE — Legal notice of a special election to be held Saturday, Sept. 15, in Carlinville Community Unit School District No. 1 is being published this week. This election Is for the purpose of voting on the proposition of increasing the Educational Fund Tax Rate to $1.40. The Board of Education has also authorized publication of facts and figures pertaining to the financial situation of the district which has led to the calling of this special election. Legal voters who will be out of the district during polling hours, noon to 7 p.m. on Sept. 15, may secure absentee ballots by making application to the Board of Education office. High School buildiig. Notarized affidavits must be filed at the Board of Education office not later than Sept. 30, if ballots are to be mailed. Personal applications may be made as late as September 12. Cider Factory Opens Sept. 4 at Hardih HARDIN—Grover Crader, buyer and manager for the cider factory owned here by the Alton Vinegar Co., said Monday that the business would open for the 1956 season Tuesday. Each year many thousand gallons of cider are manufactured in the plant. Worifon (Blotevogcl, and Miss Sue Etta lOpel, daughter of Mrs. Doris WORDEN. — Mr. nnd Mrs., Opel, will enter Lutheran Hospi- Krank Vazxi entertained at a ! tal School of Nursing, St. .Louis, birthday party at their home, next Wednesday. They are both .-.Hiurrtay in honor of their son. j 1956 graduates of Worden High .'irnmie. who was fi ; School. Opens at Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL — The Ladies Bowling League opened Monday night at the P>unla>r Hill Bowl with women Jrom Bunker Hill, Brighton, Gillnspii 4 and Wilsonvilln making up the eight teams. Seven-Up won two games from Rull Hardware; Burton's Service won two games from Meehan Market; Knibh's Market won three games from Cain Lumber Co.; and Rigs Real Estate won three games from Bunker Hill Bowl. Individual high single game— M. Wood 194. Individual high series—M. Batuello 47-1. Return* to Califonia BUNKKR HILL — Miss Adrle Knke has returned to her home Jim Opel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rrhvnrd Opel, underwent an r'mergt'nf-'y operation for appendicitis ai Community Memorial Hospital in Stnnnton Friday aft- t-moon. \Villiam Welch returned to his home Monday from St. Francis Hospital. Litchfiold where he had been a patient lor two weeks. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Welch. Miss Eel-nice Blotevogcl. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miss Fleet a Ward, daughter of Mrs, Kenneth Harpole, 1956 Wor- rlen High School graduate, entered nurse's training at Alton Memorial Hospital today. Lt. and Mrs. Richard Woodward and daughter. Deborah, who have been in Hawaii the past year, left Monday after a 10-day visit with hi? parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Woodward. Lt. Woodward will be stationed at Beeville, Tex. Mr. and Mrs, Francis Slivka | and children, Debia Lynn and! | Mark of Edwnrdsville, spent; I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert j Bueh.ne.mann. , Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behme, I and Mr. and -. Lester Guse! vvclle and son, Gary, visited with .IO.M-V It OMK TIIIM A 4tlFT SHOP iaw.1 Onlrnl Alton Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prokop andj First steamship to cross the' Mrs. Sophid Herschel in St. Lou-j Altantic was the Rising Star! is, Sunday. which crossed from England to' \Vhite bread prices rose 70 per cent between 1946 and 1956. South America in 1818. 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Discharged from Army BUNKER HILL — Billy Zar- ges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zarges, has returned to his home here after receiving his discharge from the U. S. Na.vy. Zarges served four years with the Navy, 33 months overseas, and the past 15 months in Okinawa. He was a member of the 1952 graduating class of Bunker Hill High School. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily who, YOU should know about your child's eyes i rk a child lags behind in school it's easy to assume he's to blame. So often if 1 * not hi* fault — it's because he can't iti weli | And yet he doesn't know it, U he'* tlwtyi teen thing* blurry, he thinks it's m*tur*l i and that M people tee that i way! Even those who do well i in school may be straining •1 their nerves and eye mctd«* to make up for ocular defects. Eventually headache* occur, or ''upset stomach." Play *afe with your loved ones. See (hat they get a thorough professional eye examination before they wart back ,to tchool dais Fall. DR. J. K. 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