Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 24
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June 15, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

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fWINf X-fOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDiiLoDAY, 13, Alumni Award Goes To Professor CARBONDALE, m. - Douglas ft. Lawam, Southern nilnois Unl- venity professor of educational ad- Btfrtstratton and supervision, has received the first annual SIU Alum- tt Assn. "Great Teacher Award" Of 11,000 in recognition of teaching excellence. The selection of Lawson by •lumni and members of the 1960 graduating class was revealed at the association's dinner meeting Climaxing Alumni Day activities. Lawson said he was "completely flabbergasted" at being selected. A native of Bristol, Colo., he has been a member of the SIU faculty since 1935 and has achieved wide \Y sparing Drawings of I Bethalto Pool BETHALTO — Preliminary drawings of a proposed swimming pool scheduled to be Open Dally 6:80, Start 7 p.m. Attalta 50c Kiddies 25c FAMILY NIGHTS TODAY AND THUR. ALL SEATS 26c Matinee Today and Every Wednesday AH Summer. Let the Uptown Be Your Baby Sitter For a Few Hours. Today 6:00, 9:20 Thorn 8:60 P.M. Today 4:86, 8:06 PM. Thurs. 7:22 P.M. 2nd Chapter of "ZORRO'S FIGHTING LEGION" Today 7:40 P.M. Thurs. 7 P.M. recognition In the fields of educational philosophy and curricula. He received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the Colorado State College of Education and his doctorate from the University of Chicago in 1939. He was appointed dean of the SIU College of Education in 1948 and served for six years before asking to be relieved of the post to give his full time to teaching — his first desire. During a year's leave of absence in 1917-18 he served as principal of Piinahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Alumni Assn. also cited Prof. Robert R. Hamilton, retiring dean of the University of Wyoming College of Law, for professional achievement. Eli G. Lentz. Carbondale, SIU emeritus history professor and former dean of men, and Lowell E. Roberts, Chicago, received alumni achievement awards for service to the association and SIU. Grorgp T. Wilkins, Illinois .superintendent of public instruction and an alumnus of SIU, was elected president of the association, succeeding Dr. Martin Van Brown, Carbondale physician. Other officers elected were: J. Lester Buford, Ml. Vernon school superintendent, first vice president; Dr. Robert Lewis, Alton, second vice president; Mrs. John S. Lewis, Carbondale, secretary; and Glenn Storme, Carbondale, treasurer. The later two were re-elected. stnicted In Bethalto, will be available In two weeks, tt was announced Monday by Pool Board Director William C. Taylor. Taylor, along wtth recreational consultants, Carl Erwln and J. D. Evans of Memphis. Tenn., plotted an area in the northeast corner of the Bethalto Park as the proposed pool site. A plot of the proposed swimming pool area was submitted to engineers of Recreation Consultants, Inc. In Tennessee for the first drawings. Bids on the pool project wll be let when the preliminary plans arrive in Bethalto, Taylor said. Taylor added that first bids would be let in approximately two weeks. Workers participating in a drive to raise funds for construction of the pool are to at- lend a rally tonight at 8:15 p.m. in the fire house, It was announced by Drive Chairman Lynn Claussen. More than $15,000 has been raised for the project. Estimated cost of the pool is $60,000. • Claussen said this week that Aug. 1 remains as the date set tor completion of the swimming pool. "We feel that the pool could be ready for at least one month of swimming this year," he said. Claussen urged that early completion of the pool depends on the interest of area citizens. Before starting an out - door meal, fill a toy water pistol with water. It will come in handy in putting out unwanted flames from dripping juices. Bcthalto Church Plans Dinner For New Pastor BETHALTO~The Rev. Frank Marshall and family will* be welcomed as the new pastor of First Baptist Church at a dinner Sunday In the church dining room. The church will also observe special Father's Dny services on Sunday. Nell Claussen will direct the choirs and provide special music. The Rev. Marshal] has chosen "Men, God's Leaders." and "What Is Man?" as his sermon topics for the services on Sunday. Vacation Bible school will have commencement services Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Sessions will conclude with a picnic Friday at noon on Westerner Club grounds. Bible School BETHALTO — Approximately 206 children are attending daily sessions during the second week of vacation Bihle school at the Zion Lutheran Church. Theme of the Bible school is "God's Children Pray." The school will conclude with H program at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the church social room. Two Initiated BKTHALTO Mrs. Warren Cress, worthy matron, presided at a meeting of the Bethalto Chapter of the Eastern Star Monday night in the Masonic Temple. Howard Ashmore served as worthy patron in the absence of Warren Cress. Mrs. Mildred Cox and her daughter, Lutherans of District Will Meet at Bethalto BETHALTO —Delegates from more than 100 congregations of Frances, were initiated. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cor- zlne Sr., worthy patron and worthy matron of the Wood Rlv- ei Chapter, were visitors. Following the business meeting a social hour was held in the dining room. Serving were Mrs. Irene Yeck, Mrs. Alice Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Camden. A "friends night" will be featured at the next meeting on June 27. the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, will assemble for the 34th convention ot the Southern Illinois District June 20 through June 24, at Zlon Lutheran Church In Bethalto. Each church will be represented by one clergyman and one lay delegate. The Rev. Er- \vin J. Kolb, pastor of the Bethalto Church, will address the convention as family life dlrec tor of the district. 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