Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 14, 1960 · Page 9
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June 14, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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TUESDAY, JUNE 14,1WO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH School Board Halo's Up Purchase of Typewriters The Alton board of education Monday night took no actton on purchase of new typewriters utter receiving a letter from Alton High typing teachers requesting that new machines bought be either Royal or Olympia. Bids were on 32 manual machines and 12 electric machines. The teachers also asked that the board purchase IBM electric typewriters. The letter, signed by all Alton High typing teachers, urged the board to standardize typewriters In rooms teaching beginning typing and to purchase suggested machines. Reasons for favoring the machines recommended, according to the letter, were less maintenance needed and quicker service of machines which are inoperative. The teachers pointed out that when a machine is broken, a studpiil misses typing instruction until it is fixed, and contended that on Royal and Olympia machines breakdowns are less frequent and service faster than on other makes. The board also: Accepted resignations from 10 teachers. They are Jerry Cooksey. Mrs. Donald Harbeck, Mrs. Robert Husmann, Luther L. Myers, Mrs. Vernon Noble, Mrs. Charles Rayborn, Horace Wollerman, Donald St. Peters, Miss Carolyn Shaffer, and Mrs. James Weber. Authorized employment of 13 teachers.' They are Willard H. Barker, Miss Carol Brooks, Mrs. Carlene Buenger, Earl Duffey, Howard Groppel, Mrs. Patricia Johnson, Mrs. Lawrence Keller Jr., Mrs. Dorothe Koch, Felix Macias, Mrs. Elizabeth O'Donnell, Miss Linnea Swanson, Donald Warner, and Miss Donna Wolff. Received a report on enrollment and attendance in the district which showed that total enrollment in May was 10,161 with average daily attendance 9,302 96.3. 937.03 audio electronics equip* ment from DuKane Co., the low bidder. Half of the cost of the equipment will be paid by the federal government. The equipment will be used hi teaching foreign languages at Alton High, ft includes facilities enabling students to hear tape recordings of foreign languages properly spoken and recordings of the own pronunciation of the same words In the language. Approved purchase of printed forms from low bidders. Adams Printing Co. was low bidder on $686.50 of printed material and Homsey Printing Co. low bidder on $470. Items included purchase order pads, cumulative records, progress records, report cards, attendance summary sheets, receipt books, and health records. Authorized appearance of the Alton High marching band in American Legion, Junior Chamber of Commerce, and Labor Day parades providing parade sponsors allow the band to march as representing only Alton High. Approved purchase of an au- toflow fume hood for use In new chemistry laboratory for 52,132.10 from Backer Co. A previous bid from another firm dad been for approximately $4,000. Brussels Ag Teacher to Get Service Pin BRUSSELS — William A. Fortschnelder, vocational agriculture teach. er, at Brussels High School, is one of a group of 16 teachers to be honored at the state conference for ag teachers this week In Urbana. At a banquet Wednesday, Fortschneider will be awarded an emblem and service pin by the chairman of Section IS, Charles Hamilton, ag teacher at Jerseyville High School. Fortschneider has been teaching ag in the state for the past 10 years. ALTON HIGH GRADUATES AFTER 50 YEARS Paid bills from the 1953 construction fund from R & R Construction Co. for $3,060.90, Southern Equipment Co. for $13,528.56 and Wegman Electric Co. for 13,600. All for work on Gilson Brown School and the Southern Equipment was a final bill, to be paid when necessary waivers of lien have been received. Authorized purchase for $11,=NOW= FROM MICHIGAN =FRESH Strawberries 3 Quart $ \ •m 1 Chcaptr by tfw COM. For coming or freezing. BROADWAY &MAIN Drivt-ln Product Market CHESTERFIELD — The daily vacation Bible school will be in session for the rest of this week. A program will be presented Sunday evening at the church. The June business meeting of the United Ladies Aid will be held Thursday afternoon at the church. Thursday at 8:30 p.m. the annual church board meeting will be held. Officers for the coming year will be elected and reports from all the departments of the church and Sunday school will be presented. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leach and son, James, Chesterfield. Mrs. Vivian Martin of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rigsbey of Hartford) attended the graduation exercises of Eastern Illinois University at Charleston Saturday. Bob Leach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leach received his degree in education. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Branan and Miss Elizabeth Wade attended the graduation exercises at the ISNU Saturday. Miss Ella Mae Branan was a member of the class. She has accepted a position in the high school at Virden where she will teach Home EC. Mrs. W. E. Followell and Mrs. Howard Leach attended the wedding and reception of Miss Ann Drenan and John Clements at the Lutheran Church in Bethalto Sunday. Miss Ella These members of class of 1910 gathered at dinner at Hotel Stratford. Seated from left: Mm. Mary D. Wilson of Chicago, Miss Florence Dick, Mrs. Josephine (Webb) Soltday of Wood River, Mrs. Ruth (McHolland) Johnson of Granite City. Standing (first row), Clansy Heppner, Mrs. J. (Emily Hoefert) Snindier of Highland) Mrs. David ^.^ -~«», (Madeline Day) McKee of Medora, "Mrs. Samuel Staff Photo. (Edith N. Brown) Ray, Miss*Elizabeth Hamilton of Kenmore, N.Y.; Miss Frieda Net/hammer, Joseph Wright of Ft. Myers, Fla. Top row—Earl S. Miller of Michigan City, Ind., John Carstens of .Wood River, Msgr. George H. Powell, pastor of St. Patrick's Catholic Church of Decatur, Dr. Hoyt Cox of Chicago, Paul Jacoby, Percy Beall, Estelle Magee and Paul Rothacher.— Rev.Harwood New Pastor At Greenfield GREENFIELD — The Rev. Robert Harwood has been assigned as pastor of the Greenfield, Rockbridge, and Rubicon Methodist Churches by the an- Inual Central Illinois Methodist Conference. The Rev. Ronald Bula, who has served as pastor of the three area Methodist Churches three years, will becoVne pastor of the Mae Branan is at Camp Seymour this week acting as senior counselor. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Dowland, Mrs. Leta Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chism, John S. Hounsley and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Griffith attended open house Sunday, after noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rosentreter in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Rev. and Mrs. Herman Rhoads. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Astoria - Sheldons Grove nell Dam in Missouri . Bible School at GreenfieldOpens GREENFIELD — Mrs. Rich- Finger Tip of Man, 86, NippedOff byCarDoor Clifton Hazzard of 544 Sheridan St., Bethalto, suffered a finger injury, Sunday, and went to Alton Memorial Hospital for emergency ard Dalton is superintendent of treatment. i the vacation Bible school, which Mr. Hazzard. who is 86, \vas|°f ene f ^ , the Presbyterian getting out of an automobile when the car door slammed on his hand and nipped off the end of his little finger. Piumb. Church Monday and will continue for two weeks. Hours are 9 to 11 a.m. daily, Monday through Friday. .; Mrs. Morrison Young and ! Miss Sharon Rives are in charge Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cook,!?/, th l nursery s ° ho °J. : M "', S ' Miss Mildred Cook, Greer Burns, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cook spent the weekend at Bag' churches. <«rpf nfleld Note* GREENFIELD — Mrs. D. P. Hamilton of Chattanooga. Tenn., is spending several days with her mother, Mrs. Loretta Doyel. Angela Gustine, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gustine, underwent a tonsillectomy at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton, Saturday. Mrs. Edward V. Long spent Sunday and Monday with her ! Ben Strode, vocal music di| rector of the unit school district, Mrs. Strode and son are spending several weeks with their parents in Cuba, 111., and Strode will attend the summer! W. Tiiornton and Miss Cathy Thornton, beginners group; Mrs. Raymond Mears and Mrs. Robert Lamb, primary; Mrs. Dai- ton and Mrs. Pittman, junior department; and Mrs. Leland Rives, young teens. The vacation Bible school will close with a program the night of June 24. Family Picnic session at Western Illinois Uni-| GREENFIELD — The annual versity, Macomb. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cain of St. David. Ariz., returned from Springfield Thursday to the home of Mrs. Cain's mother, American Legion-Auxiliary picnic for members and their families will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday in the south city park. Mrs. Frank Reed. Mrs. Tobe ,Mrs. John Vandaveer, and left! VanBebber and Mars. J. H. Val- mother, Mrs. R. G. Secor. Annjp r ^ ay £ or ^eir home in Ari-ientine are members of the corn- Garner Long, daughter of Lt.-j zona Gov. and Mrs. Long, has enrolled for her year at the ^ 1V1TS. ' mittee of Fairview ments: in charge of arrange- HAMMOND ORGANS • Soles • Rental • Lessens HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS OF ALTON 654 K. Bdwy. Dial HO 3-9612 University of Missouri next fall. The Long family resides in Clarksville, Mo. Mrs. E 1 e a n o r e Mitchell, a house mother at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, returned to her home Saturday. Mrs. i Mitchell will go to Davenport, i la., later this week to visit her daughter, Mrs. Don R. Plumb and family, and will attend n party Friday night in observance of the 14th birthday of Ann is spending several weeks with' her father, W. 1. Witt, and other: relatives. Miss Ruth Mellor spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. C. B. Guy, en route from Charlottesville, Va., to Fairfield, la. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Yarbrough, ^^ and family have left for a vaca- Club Picnic GREENFIELD —Members of the Fleur de Lis Club and their husbands'and guests will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday for a picnic supper at the J. H. Parks cottage at Woodbine Country Elsah VEC to Hold Fish Fry Sunday ELSAH — The Elsah Volunteer Emergency Corps will sponsor a fish fry at the Elsah park Sunday startJng at noon. In case of rain II will be held in the Elsah Methodist Hall. Sliijmiait SHIPMAN — Bibles were presented to graduates at the local Methodist Church Sunday. Those receiving Bibles were: Udell Meyers, college; Carol Sue Breitwiser. Albert Allen, Bernard Gregory and Tom Skaggs, high school; Barbara Scott, Bevery Shultz, and Judith Rutherford, grade school. The concluding Bible school program will be given at the Methodist Church Sunday eve- Kane Husband on V. S. Committee NEW YORK—The Rev. Rufus Cornelsen, New York, director of social action for the United Lutheran Church In America's Board of Social Missions, has been appointed to a special council of President Elsenhower's Committee on government Contracts. His appointment to the com mittee's Religious Advisory Council was confirmed by Vice President Richard Nixon, the committee's chairman. Mrs. Cornelsen was the former Frances Deen of Wood River, 111. Her mother, Mrs. Joshua G. Deen lives at 423 Acton, Wood RJver. Mrs. Cornelsen and her husband and three children will visit In Wood River the first two weeks In July. Rev. Cornelsen, who has been director of social action for the past two years, said he understands one of the council's purposes will be reviewing the em. ployment policies of industrins which have government con. tracts. "The moral and ethical issues which arise concerning employment practices In these industries," he explained, "will be of primary concern to us.' Before joining the Board of Social Missions in 1958, Rev Cornelsen was pastor of Emanuel Lutheran Church, New KANE - Mrs. Urban Pottifr wait returned to her duties Mon> day ft the county cforfc's She recently unuerweni sry. Mr. and Mrs* Robert ITocotn, Fidelity, were Sunday gwsts of Mr. and Mrs. William Bates. Mrs. C. C. Gary has enrolled in a course at MacMurray College in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mn. Delmar Sexton, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Ea*l Wat* son, St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Carr, Jalappa, visited Sunday at the Qeorge Milner home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brooks and daughter, Kathy, of St. Louis, and Miss Mary Brooks were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brooks of Providence. Mrs. Lydia Davenport, who has been recuperating from surgery at the home of relatives in Jerseyvllle and Providence, has returned to her home here. Miss Judy Gary spent the weekend in St. Louis with her uncle, Robert Gary. Mr. and' Mrs. Henry Pram and son, Duane, and Mrs. Bar* bara Franz of Lincoln spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Curtius Pregter. Miss Buela Williams of St. Louis spent the past week with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams. Miss Alice Wooldridge accompanied her sister, Mrs. Tony Davis, and daughter, Margaret, to Florida Saturday for a vacation. Pat Brannan of Roodhouse spent the weekend with his httttMfld was oaptuwd Hi ' f UntonMayl Mm, RWOTM WUI lion at her tn ..dgwJDc slfict era was cftptunMb Dr. James dan who M Mrs. Powers as an he planned to release —__ ing « newsMnferenotit Wf 1.~ Oliver W. Power*, fc«W <* spy plane fHW, flWtiflHsd'if from both U.S. and Soviet i to go to Moscow to help ' The elder Powers, ft from Pound, Va., oWatog-v^sx- good for SO days. He JfldftMWfl w newsmen in Washington he planned to go In August. grandparents, Mr. and Mr*. JW. Jones. Oato* Dial HO 8-3111 for Appointment East Broadway — Alton ning at 8 p.m. Craft projects Brunswick, N. J., for 15 years will be on display. The Piasa Methodist Bible School has been postponed until Monday, June 20. The Shipman and Hilyard Home Bureau Unit meetings have both been postponed from Thursday to June 23. The Shipman meeting will be held at thej Marshal] Halliday home. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. E. B. Belton and Mrs. Georgo Krause. j The Hilyard Unit will meet at 7 p.m. at the Clinton Dey home. Those planning to attend the meeting should let Mrs. Dey know by June 21 as the lesson is "Outdqor Cooking" and a For added protection when packing china and crystal for moving, dampen the excelsior. It will shape itself to each piece. School children in Turkey begin studying a foreign language when they are 12. The Best Way to Buy Furniture Today! No Carrying Charges Added for Easy Budget Payment Plans at' Jacoby's Since 1883 627-633 E. Iroadwoy Alton, Illinois tion trip to the west coast. 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