Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 13, 1960
Page 12
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Ion Mews Events ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 13, Mrs. Affce Canyear. Tuesday night at 6:49 the junior softbal) team will plfty the Elm St. dtofch team at tht tfenrjr «Wet diamond. The Associaiional Brothcrhoood meeting will be held at the Curdle Heights church at 7j30 p.m. Tuesday. At 6:30 Wednesday the teachers and officers meeting wiH be held, and the prayer meeting will be held at 7:13. During the prayer meeting, tape recordings of mes- sngrs from the Southern Baptist Convention will be played. The senior softball team will play the Alton First Baptist Church team at the Henry street diamond on Thursday at 9 p.m. AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP Mrs. William Burt, fifth grade teacher at McKinley School, will attend a workshop on the use of newspapers in the classroom June 19 - July 1 at the University of Iowa. A scholarship covering all expenses was awarded by the Telegraph. — Staff Photo. REV. WELLINGTON VENTRILOQUIST AT BROWN STREET BAPTIST Alton Teacher To Study Use ing Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. and a teachers' meeting Wednesday at _ _ T 6:30 p.m. at the church. OlUdy LSC BATTERY STOLKM | FROM STATION WAGON ffl fill 1 WStlil HPI*S ' '^°' in H (?rman ' H2 W. 3rd St. V * J-lt/ff O|*«l|ft/lO : called police Saturday to report „,.,„ _ A . Jthe theft of the battery from his Mrs. William Burt, teacher atj automobile . McKinley School, has beeni awarded a scholarship to thel Herman's station wagon was Youth Reading Workship at the j P arW "g in front of Alton Memorial State University of Iowa, it | Hospital, just north of the new ad- was announced today. | ditlon - on the drive Ieadln 8 ^ ** The workshop will open June fr °"t entrance. When police arriv- 19 and continue through July at the Iowa City untpsity. cd on the scene, they discovered that the hood of the station wagon The scholarship VjSfeWdes tui-[had been left open by the thieves, tton and all ma&liliftihce and! The cable wires of the battery had was awarded through the Alton!been cut. School District by the Telegraph. The workshop is designed to train teachers in the advanced methods of using newspaper study and to show more fully how newspapers serve the public as an important institution in a free society. Mrs. Burt was selected for the scholarship because of her extensive use of newspapers in her Herman's wife had driven the car to the hospital. CURDIU HEIGHTS BIBLE SCHOOL NOW OPEN Vacation Bible school began this morning at t h e Curdle Heights Baptist Church at 9 a.m. It will run through June 24. Department heads for the school are: principal, Lolard Simmons; The Rev. Frank Wellington, Toronto. Can., who is appearing this week fit Brown Street Baptist Church, is a parson who lives out of a suitcase month after month. The Rev. Wellington has been going on the road for ten years, and has ranged from the east coast to the prairies and the south of the United States. He takes with him two wooden dummies, Tiny and Chocolate. The Rev. Wellington believes that one performance with these dummies packs more of a wallop for children than a score of Sunday school sessions. Concerned about the attention children were giving to television, the Rev. Wellington decided to devise something that would appeal to these children. He decided on this method of teaching, and uses the-two dummies In a rapid crossfire discussion on Bible stories that reportedly keeps the kids on the edge of their seats. The Rev. Wellington switches easily from the high-pitched squeak of Tiny to the Alabama drawl of Chocolate. "Before I acquired a car radio," he says, "I got bored on the long, lonely trips and start ed to throw my voice all over the car talk to myself. 1 learned a tot." White MB advance billing is always centered around the dummies, Wellington has talent in other tfrasHorw. He play* guitar, mouth organ, musical saw and violin. He also dons a chef's apron and hat for a cooking demonstration when he shows young people the difference between the "Cake of Good Character" and the "Cake of Bad Character", in his lesson on unbelief. The Rev. Wellington has a television program called "How Well Did You Listen" over channel 8 In Ontario. All public school children are! Invited to attend the Rev. Welling-1 ton's performances this week. H«| will be appearing dally from 9:30] to 11:30 a.m. at the Brown Street j Baptist Church. ' Singers Represent ; Baptist Seminary The Seminaires. the vocal group appearing Tuesday at the Brown Street Baptist Church, is composed of four young men from the Baptist Bible Seminary in Johnson City. N.Y. I They have appeared at manyi high school assemblies and youth j j rallies as representatives of the I seminary. i The group also won a trophy for ! barber shop vocalization at the i King's College tournament in New i York this year. This summer, the quartet is making an extensive tour of the country. Part of their time will be spent at the annual conference of the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches in Long Beach, Calif. The quartet will also appear in churches In some 16 other states. The group is composed of Larry Focht, baritone; Don Ellsworth, j bass; Rich Focht, tenor and Billj Wheeler, tenor. burglary must have taken place sometime between then (Mi 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Sro said tttert She rad left her nurse on a chair in the living room when she went to bed. Upon,rising, she discovered the missing screen and the fact that the front door had been unchained since she had closed it the night before. She then checked her car had been narked in his yard when the incident occurred. He Mid that then wtrt some auto parts missing from the glove compartment. CLAIMS DISCHARGED NKAR HOME Mrs. William Ulz. 2910 Hillcrest Dr., called police Sunday and complained of someone dls- purse and discovered that the | charging firearms In the neigh money was missing. iborhood. Police said that, after checking p O ]i ce investigated the report thp house, they discovered the missing screen under a small tree beside the building. It had been damaged in being removed from the window. and talked to neighbors, but were unable to find out the name of the person responsible for the Incident. TREE BLOCKS ' REPORTS AUTO SIDEWALK WAS PILFERED R^^ Cai ., itl 1813 washing- Charles Piggott, 1732 Semi- ton avenue, reported to police nary St., reported to police Sun- Sunday that u tree had been day that his car had been pll- 1 blown doun and was blocking fered during the night. ithe sidewalk near his home. Piggott told police that thel Police informed the head of It from th* rtflrtt and put ft on fnitire* Foot to tf» Cherry lot. ' '! ' Unable to contact Cherry by) ty&fctnd Outing phone to Inform him of tin iflct«j dent, police called on Mm In pwwjfi. 'Cherry, assured them «»t he would ctfeck on the dent at once; RKPORTB THtfiFC Of BILLFOLD Roby AWn. 720 Euclid to police Saturday that her fold tot: been stolen from Only one mishap from a weekend outing ctmt to police attention. Early Saturday de«k sergeant listed atTlVtl of Lewis Smith. 22. of I^nuson, reported Mo., af St. Joseph's HWpital emergency blither the Public Wortw Mmin&tt* tion, who Mid that he would get fn touch with the head of the street department and see that the tree was removed. ITI-IURKa MUtiP W PALL ON BOAT DOCK Robert Manet. 3428 Thomas St., was given emergency treatment at St: Joseph's Hospital Sunday for injuries occurred in ;a fall on a boat dock at Piasa Harbor. Hanel was treated for lacerations of the chin. BOAT ttt STREET BLOCKS TRAFFIC ' An anonymous caller reported ! to police Sunday that there was i a boat in the street In front or the Del Cherry establishment on Broadway, and that it was blocking traffic. Police went to the scene and ..„ „ found the boat. They removed the same $55 gratuity that was 1918 the figure was puree while she was participating In ceremonies at Western Military Acatfemy two weeks agp. room for treatment of a severe laceration to hta left foot Incurred while he WSi fishing on Missouri Point downstream from the Clark bridge. Police said that the report listed | nanded " those who won the, mea small sum of money and a driv-j^ jn v y or ],j \v~ar H. A spokes- er's license as missing In the theft.! m(jn fop tnp League of Military Medalists said the other day in that he felt tr OLD BRITttH VETERANS WANT CASH FOR MEDALS ,-- „ . _ nth Winners of the British decor-'thnl the 1914 soldiers got notr, Mpdal in i«K was that in the last wai Medal, in- h ^ ^ tfmavy Medals awarded, while in 1914- ation. World the Military War 1 are , demanding! only that the government give them! were fiith grade class, said Raymond j assistant principal. Mrs. Leona Ready, administrative assistant!\vood: intermediate superinten- ••in charge of elementary cuiTi-; denti Mrs . Dorothy Simmons; jun- culum. |j 01 . ji, Mrs. vVanda Slagley; jmi- In addition, Mrs. Burt has di-,j or ,. Mrs . Betty Rogers; primary rected numerous projects within | m Mrs Sonja M j tchen . primary the school district and at Mc-| U Mrs Edna Henson; pr i mal . y i. Kinley. She was in charge of Mrs Marguerlte Arnold; begin . the Greater St. Louis Science HOI SE BURGLARIZED WHILE OCCUPANTS SLEEP Dorothy Maxfield, 113 Washington avenue, reported to police Sunday that her home had been burglarized during the night. Miss Maxfield told police that the occupants of the house had been asleep when the burglary occurred. j According to Miss Maxlield, the| burglar gained entrance to t h e house through a kitchen window, after removing the screen. He then departed via the front door, after removing approximately 5110 from the house. Miss Maxfield told police that she and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Maxfield, had retired about 11 p.m. Saturday, and that the Fair Alton elementary school projects this year, she was a candidate for teacher of the .year, and last year set up a booth'at the Illinois State Fair displaying projects of her . students which earned almost $250 in awards money. ->'• The Youth Reading Workshop is a rapidly growing program %hjch has brought about closer 'cooperation between newspapers and school administrators. Specific aim is to train one or several teachers in a school system who then convey to other teachers the advanced methods of using newspapers in the class- .rooms.' ' Teachers, generally, in the Alton area employ newspapers in their classrooms, especially in social studies. Awareness of this growing use prompted the Telegraph to insiiute the scholarship in order to give area teachers the advantages of the improved techniques, Paul S. Cousley, assistant general manager of the Telegraph, said. Mrs. Burt, 2006 Washington AVe., has been a teacher for 29 years. She received her degree from Western Illinois University. UTTLE ROCK MLMSTER TO SPEAK AT REVIVAL The Rev. A. L. (lee, pastor Of the Eastern Star Baptist Church of Little Rock, Ark., will be the speaker touiyht at the revival meeting of the Alton Community Church, 'J507 Jonn- fOR St. 1U* is the fourth week of the rflVlval, and has been designated ypUflg people's week. Saturday Miss Edith Ingram, 90 Sullivan Dr., will hold a fish dinner, the proceeds of which Will go to the church building fund. Vacation Bible srhool will start June 27 and run for t\\o weeks H will meet daily from 3 a.m. to n There will be a deacon 'M meet- ners, Mrs. Jackie Martin; nursery III, Mrs. Alice Ray; nursery II, Marietta Hattan and nursery I, For All Your Home Improvements Aluminum Windows • Aluminum Doors • Carports • Patio Covers • Vertical Blinds • Roofing • Asbestos Siding • Aluminum Siding • Venetian Blinds RUSSELL HOME IMPROVEMENT 911 Milton Road Phone HO 5-5588—HO 5-5589 GOING TO THE DOCTOR!? RIDE A CITIZENS COACH CO BUS Mid- Week Specials! Pricts Effective Men., Tues. and Wednesday, June 13, 14, 15 Quality Meats U.S.D.A. Choice ROUND STEAK BOILED HAM BEEF LIVER Center Cuts IP. Wafer Sliced Lb. Sliced Fresh Lb. 79' 89 C 39' KOOL-AID SALAD DRESSING UPTON TEA . JOY . . 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