Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 8
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June 16, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1960 105,339 Lunches Served Last Year in District 15 WOOD RIVER — A total of!children, and 7,094 to adult school 108.330 hinches were served to students and emploeys of the Wood River elementary schools over the p«*t school year and 200,078 bottles were purchased according to Mabel Ditch, school lunch supervisor in District 154. The report revealed that 101.405 lunches were served to employes, An average ot 5*2 the MMM Twt ntijrwiwere calculated by nttt» tiplyfmfhe (fally figures oy we 174 days of school attendance and aOowing 7,009 plate lunches Or 21,000 half pint* ot Milk peri mile. I District 15 scfwota purchased! 118,900.07 worth of food and; $10,905.64 worth of milk from loo! per chldren ate tench in the school j a | dairies. The food was supple nted by donations from Howard Moak Complete* 30 atS.O, M. Moak, BW WWtetow Ave., tn ice at the Wood River refinery of Standard Oil Co. It was an- nounoed today. W006 WVfiR - Howard cafeterias each xchool day and|m« drank an averagr of 1,180 half 1 ' 1 pirns of mi\\t etch day. ' Supervisor Ditch reported that "the chlldmi at* their way through 13 mile* of plate lunchm and nine miles of milk during meal, and federal pay merit* unde me special milk pro- the i gram will tttal $3,§43.48 or 1.9 U. S. Department of Agricultural rtnt* per haH pint of milk, which were valued at $5,000. I the federal contributions made Under the National School'it possible for the schools to Lunch Program for Ac school i nerve nourishing plate lunches year, federal cash donations will for 35 cents each and two cents amount to $5,085.30 or five cents per half pint of milk. search Prior to wofkfftg at On Hand- ard plant, Moak was employed • .* *«- ^ A ^^.»^a»^a» iVeijakAl ^-. , with the American Steel Co., Granite City. •• . ___ Home Born tn Vienna, HI., Moak has spent most of his life to and around his native state. Joining Standard as a laborer, June 17, 1530, he transferred to the In- «pectton department as a sampler tn 1933. Progressing through the positions of helper. Setond claw oil "^ ";-"'_,,„-• inspector, Senior oil Inspector, gold has been "lined Moak was appointed Technician ifornla since 1849. le^taMMi no»prau WOOD RIVER — Roy T. Lackey is convalescing at his home 75 Harnett St., following recent surgery at Barnet Hospital, St. Louis. BEGIN APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT Officers of the Washington Avenue Development Corporation pose beside ect. Left, Arthur Wlnkelmeycr and Robert Hanei, vice-president*, talk to ^mw-.-w «<•»•«••• m^jmmmt ^sv* uva «w« w**mm mwxr^s *r*-*jm*m + i m.m*fv*-mw »•••—--~--j . . _ _ g, - -, an earth mover which is clearing the Sam Xariders, secretary-treasurer and site In the 700 block of Washington -" '— "" "— ••-" •venue for a 175-unit apartment proj- attorney for the corporation. Photo. . Staff Congratulations to CHARLEY PARISH 105 Hawley, Alton Winner of Our "FLITE FISH" Sailboat Hospital Notes Mrs. ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Charlene Croquart, (with her sister, Mrs. Matie i Peebles. i Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Maple ! Bethalto. ', visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paaullne Lehman, Cottage'Mrs. Wayne Chnllacombe at Co 426 Hills. 'lumbia. 111. Miss Patsy Wooster. Mrs." June Halloran, 840 Me- Pherson. Mrs. Margaret McCormack, 2019 Chapin PI. Mrs.* Lula Wammith, 916 Gold. JIRJlY COMMUNITY MEDICAL James Fuller, Hardin. Mrs. Frank Drury, Jerseyville. Mrs. Ralph Wieneke, Hardin. SURGICAL •Dennis Probst, JerseyviUe. Richard Rogers, Fieldon. Carol Hughes, Jerseyville. Deanna Davis, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Peggy Gant. JerseyviUe. Dennis East. Jerseyville. Michael Stagner, 222 Dorris. icorripanied Mrs. Russell Downs Mrs. Alma Lair, 519 Williams.land daughters to Kitst Alton Mrs. Helen Harvey. Roxann. Tuesday evening, where they Mrs. Gladys Lemon, Batchtown. were supper and evening guests | Mrs. Edith Bechdoldt 99 Elm., of Ml . and Mrs- Rob rrt Dealey.: Mrs. Clarence Doyle returned Mrs. Martha Sewell, Bunker Hill' nome Monday night from Hills- Mrs. Wanda Wonnacott, Moro. ,boro. Inrl.. where she had been; £•-. ——- 'a few weeks with her daughter,; MirnnoA ^» j v, t Msr - Tonl Felix ' and infant s ° n>! MEDORA - Mr. and Mrs. I.., Mr and Mrs _ Joe Slmnk had ; C. Tucker spent the weekend at; s d the McV , their summer cottage at Peters-1 B] , ot * ers Hf)d , heir wivcs from t 8 ' « u, , ..Monmouth. III., and Mrs. Ollie Jerry Peebles was a weekend Js sheridan. Wyo. guest of his grandparents. Mr. ( wiuiia uc»i. ocic.cjv...*.. land Mrs. Frank Poll, at Spring- 1 The Jerez district of Spain is Mrs. Virgil Haneline, Jerseyville j n e |*. - the size of Manhattan Island and' Mrs. Floyd Schumann, Jersey- Mrs Add , e Pr)tchett of Lake produces all of the world's true' Jdseph Baalman. Meppen. Worth ' Fla - ls here for a visit (sherry wines. Purl Smith, Hardin. ST. JOSEPH'S MEDICAL Mrs. Myrtle Powell, 507 Pearl. Mrs. Marilyn McKee, 3302 Morrison. Robert Tweedy, 310 Dry, East Alton. | Mrs, Barbara Rhoads, 3422 i Gfllham. i Joseph Heitzman, Dow. Mrs. Carrie Roberts, 634, Fifth.. Alfred Berontoni Sr., Wilsonville Mrs. Rosie Holliday, 105 Missouri. Robbie Nooner, 375 Kennedy, East Alton. SURGICAL Miss Karron Baker Coteman, 90 Whitelaw, Wood River. Mrs. Elsie Bauder, 107 Seventh. Mrs. Mable Mather. 2348 Virden Chris Herring, Godfrey. Miss Nancy Bean, Rt. 1. Alton. Richard Storm, 1220 Union. Miss Michelle Vigmeault, 79 Madison, Wood River. Mrs. Gladys Mettler, 3300 Brown Mrs. Eleanor Longman, 303 S. Central, Wood River. Mrs. Audrey Stahlheber, 58 Woodland, East Alton. William Taull, 409 Cherry. Mrs. Catherine Bassett, 53 Fairmount Add.- DISMISSALS Geraldine Anderson. Bethalto. James J. Black. 245 Madison. Mrs. Clara Breuchaud, 240 Mather. James Curlovic, 618 State. Mrs. Fern Corwin. 337 Dry. Mrs. Barbara Christy, 1223Vi Garden. Mrs. Sharon Cole, Roxana. . Mrs. Delores Chambers, 2995 Shady PI. Mrs. Martha Davis. 1U9 Indiana Mrs. Nancy DeGrand, 416 Belle' view. Mrs. Virginia Edwards, 1246 State. Miss Carol Frisse, 3716 Western Mrs. Mary Jones, Edwardsville Mrs. Wilma Kochan, Wood River Mrs. Kathy Lopez, 614 Ridge Mrs. Dale Long, 620 State. . Mrs. June Teasley, Wood River Miss Dawn Tate, Wood River. Miss Marie Mize, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Mary Pruse, Edwardsville Miss Denise Russell, Rt. 1, Alton Ernest Smith, 1129 Harrison. Mrs. Esther Schaake, Edwards ville. Louis Stoeckel, 3320 Brown. Mrs. Bobby Stovall, 122 Eiphth Mrs. Betty Varble. Wood River Mrs. Betty Walter, 900 Fourth Miss Dixie Warren, Chesterfield Wheeler White, 731 Maupin. James Waters, 512 Williams. Mrs. Jean Zolik. East Alton. W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Clarence Wood, Dorsey. Theresa Williams, Moro. Mrs. Jesse Federle, 323 St. Louis, East Alton. Mrs. Ruth Nolker. 359 Penning. SURGICAL Harold Apple, Kampsville. Mrs. Cova Robins, 218 Grand East Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Irene Criteser. Wood River Karen M. Varner, 711 Fifth, East Alton. Mrs. Una Date, 2808 Sunny side, Alton. Ltland Finch, 457 Hamilton. Gretehen Grufman. 40 Eckhard. Mrs. Marie Bregenzer, 1223 State. Alton. Mr§. Mollto Giles. 533 Madison Harold Hamnnock. Godfrey. ALTON MIMOIIAL MEDICAL Paul Ur», 230 McClure. Oscar Jaeger. 304 Mill. Charles Combs. 626 Leonard tflttGICAl Sandra Williams, Cottage Hill* William Ayers, East Alton. Carol Green 1503 Rodger* Harold IfoCleery. East Alton. DougJa*. Pothagtr. Godfrey Ow*n Bavte, B*h*Ho. Pamela Radgan , i317Caatral. Opm Friday 'til 9 P.M. Inspired Styling A Winsome Twosome Young Sophisticates takes a handkerchitf print on cotton lawn and makes it into a beautiful mother and daughter twosome. Full skirts with petticoats and a solid color sash. Lilac. 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