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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Committee Chairmen for Wood River AAUW Named WfJOt) RIVER - Mrs. ward Oroshortg, president, haft announced the appointment of committee, ehetrmtn of the American Association of University Women for the coming year. Mrs. R. Bundy h ehatrman of mernberRhlp; Mrs. L. D. Kelley. education; Mrs. ft. Senour, In- 157 Summer Students At Wood River High WOOD RIVER - A total flf 15? students are enrolled In lift summer school classes, which started Monday at Wood River High School. ternational relations; Mrs. C.i There are 66 enrolled In two Legate, status of women; Miss|personal typing classes and ad Effle Maxey, legislation; Miss!dltlonal students were fumed Frances Smith, historian; |down after the two class eapael- Mrs. A. Brawn, year book; ^ was reached, according to A. Miss Helen Sheppard, hospital* Hy; Mn. Orval Burk, telephone; Mrs. Gene Halst, art; Mrs. R. Dodd, higher education; Mrs. F. Sollday, social and economic issues; Mrs. E. Hamlln, mass media.; Mrs. T. Grufman, fellowships; Mrs. Oean Calvin, publicity; Mrs. H. Getting, scrap book; Mrs. B. Parks, parliamentarian; Mrs. C. Duckworth, banquet. The Alton and Wood River branches of the Association met in a Joint leadership conference at the East Alton Savings and Loan Building late last week for the orientation of committee chairmen on the alms and purposes of the organization. Mrs. Groshong was assisted by Mrs. Harriet Cook, Alton president, in conducting the meeting which wai based on the recent state conference at Al» lerton Park. Other Alton members participating in the discussion were: Fay Schweitzer, Claudean Tuttle, Ermal Kelsey, Dr. Clara Menger and Jean Mac Duff, who Is state art chairman. Cdson Smith, principal. There are 10 enrolled In a II1A English enrichment class offered for credit to students of good scholastic standing: a to* tal of 23 in English 1MB enrichment and make-up classes and 13 taking mechanical drawing. A total of 45 students are en* rolled in the driver education program during the summer session. Such courses involve two days a week or a minimum of 30 hours in the classroom and a maximum of six hours of actual driving time for each student. The courses will end approxi* mately July 29. Shrine Meeting WOOD RIVER — Members of Caspar White Shrine of Jerusa lem will meet at 4 p.m. Satur day In the Masonic Temple, fol lo'wed by a potluck dinner at 6:30 and a ceremonial at 7:45 p.m School Repairs To Be Made At Wood River Enos, art tMctwr; Mn. Judith rWrt. ctofMMMy tttcfitf j < e.fifl Mrs, Anna Ruth rtWn«, hinder- ffirttn tttortfr. Mn. ftowtrfl Otttini 0f Wood Rlvtf was MrM aft tfMhaVi •* Bun tolantfW lM.7n.tt ware approved by th* boafd. MI list* mga wtrt: firwral op«r«int esptflsw, ftt,38J.Jf! MlftfUi. $26,422,02; and cafeteria, $l,48t- .63. New itampt of Monteo ibe* its famous Oceanographlc Mu» Mufflt now 50 jrwrs oW. ftfn Houston, flnrt 6f t)M RiMMM 01 V—-, . most of Ma botfwe* «fwfflwr memorizing a tfawlatlwi w| Motntr'a "Died," Ml i t n .. . ing to locate a city ptrli wfthW 10 WoeKi of avery WVTTW^W ft*** BVMPT10VS BEES! Bees that have inhibited a section of the wtU In Shipman grain elevator building for 10 years apparently look upon the arrangement as permanent. While they occasionally menace somebody, they haven't stung any customers so they are tolerated. Kenneth Breltwlser, elevator manager, says.—Staff Photo. Squatter's Rights Bees Have Lived in Wall Of Building for 15 Years By GEORGE LEIOHTY : ' Telegraph Staff Writer SHIPMAN —A swarm of bees has resided in comparative peace In a wall at Shipman Elevator building for 15 years and, by mutual agreement between the hive and the elevator man • m- ... . . . lagement, will continue to abide- The group will also honor fa- «e c ""-' thers during the meeting. A new variety of hybrid corn hardier and pest-resistant, has been developed in Venezuela. Top Value Stort Ben Franklin Woleomos | MI I Sartor Shop) I MoflHetllo I Color Center SHOP FOR DAD AT BEN FRANKLIN MONTICILLO PLAZA there. "These bees have got squatter's rights," explains Kenneth Breltweiser, elevator manager, who also confesses that one feeble attempt to oust them ended in a stalemate. Turned to Alarm Breltweiser says the bees were viewed with great apprehension when they first appeared and the apprehension turned into out-and-out alarm when It became manifest that they; WoodRiverBand To Give Opening Concert Tonight WOOD RIVER Marlann WOOD RTVfiR-A thnf>**«fc vacation was approved for non- teaching personnel of the Wort River School District 15 with 10 years of employment at a board of education meeting Tuwoay night In the board room. Th# district's non-teaching personnel must wot* on a 12-month bail* to be eligible for the new vaca- |tlon rule. I Repairs on school building* I were approved by the board. McKown Construction Co. of Alton will remove and replace broken concrete around School District 15 buildings for $2,83557. Roof repairs will bt made on he Lincoln Softool by the Atlas Roofing Co. of Wood River for $772.74. The board also voted to have a night control heating unit nstalled In the Woodrow Wilson Ichool Gym. Authorizations were approved by the board for Marshal and! Stephens of St. Louis to reappraise school property for insurance purposes and R. C. Sheffel and Associates of Alton to audit the district's books. The board voted to pay half of a $255 cost of sealing up the entrances of the Hartford pedestrian Subway after discussing the subway's public nuisance at the meeting with Marlln Ferguson, chairman of the streets and alleys committee of the Hart Brown, 617 Bowman St.. Eas Alton, will be the featured vocalist at the first Municlpa band concert of the summer sea son at 8 p.m. today in Centra Park. She will sing "June Is Bust ing Out All Over" and "If I Loved You," from Carousel. Ervin Moulsh, band manager has announced the following selections to be played: "Block by "To.t= •• Toccatta, March," by Flllmore. The band is under the direc Welcome and Congratulations to MonficeJJo Color Confer Top Value Redemption Store MonficeJJo Barber Shop INVENTORY SALE NOW IN PROGRESS! MONTICELLO PLAZA Leiden; "Ballet Parisien," Of ^wTtof afTef'them withl^^J "' "ffifj^, o DDT," Breitweiser says. "Therms,'•Herman»= "^ Mu DDT made a dent in them, but slc - Walters, and Klaxon didn't dislodge them." Since the initial, attempt to move out the swarm, Breitweiser says, the bees seemed to hold themselves within certain bounds. "They haven't stung anybody," he says. However, the bees haven't been given a legal title to their domain and occupy the place on a good behavior basis, even; though the situation, at times, becomes precarious. j Close to Blnn The place .occupied by : the bees is adjacent to bins into which grain is dumped. Trucks move in and out and bees occasionally venture into the area. "But they haven't stung anybody," Breitweiser asserts. The partnership between the elevator and the bees is strictly a one-sided affair. The bees pay no rent. "We can't get a drop of honey — anymore than we can oust them." Breitweiser points out. "They have taken up residence inside a double wall arid getting at the honey would be like tearing down a bank vault everytime somebody wants change for a 10-spot." Breitweiser asserts, however, that the elevator does have the upper hand and the bees must know it. "If they become too pestiferous and we must get rid of them, we'll go to whatever lengths are necessary to do the job," he says. ford Village Board. The subway was reported to have defective drainage, and its walls contained offensive drawings. The district's total transportation cost for the past school year was $4,304.52. Hired bus service for transferring children from'the rural area to the Hartford School .cost $2.692.90. EMH Class transportation cost $836, and truck hire and mileage allowance costs were $775.62. The board plans to receive a $1.342 reimbursement from the state which will leave a net transportation cost for the past school year at $2.962.52. Resignations accepted by the board were: Mrs. William tion of Chester Hughes. Telegraph Want Ads "Click. filiations! To Our Throe Nowost Members On Their Opening • MONTICELLO OOLOR CENTER • TOP VALUE REDEMPTION STORE • •MONTICELLO BARBER SHOP* Be Sure To Attend The OPENING CELEBRATION Thursday, Friday, Saturday Junt 16-17-18 ooprmv The DuPont Company Announces MONTICELLO COLOR CENTER Is Now An Authorized DuPont Dealer! 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