Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 29, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 29, 1960
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WEDNESDAY, JUNK 29,1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH RECEIVES NVRSE SCHOLARSHIP Scholarship to School of Nursing at St. Joseph's Hospital presented to Hay Lynn, director of Laclede's medical service; Miss Warren, and Sister Mil- «5i>. vuavun s nusuiuu |ireseiii«u ui *%a,y service, ausa warren, mm oisier luii- Louis Warren by Laclede Steel Co. jjred Mary, director of nursing at St. From left, H. W. Davitz, Laclede Indus- ^Joseph's, trial relations representative; Dr. R. B. Laclede Awards Scholarship to Kay Warren Kay Louise Warren, 18, of 900 McKinley Ave., Alton, has received the Laclede Steel Co. annual student nurse scholarship. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Warren and the eldest of five children. Miss Warren is the eighth recipient of the three-year all-expense paid scholarship, which is based on exemplary scholastic records and achievement of candidates taking the pre-entrance test administered by the schools of nursing at Alton Memorial and St. Joseph's Hospitals. The Laclede scholarship provides full expenses for the three-year nurses training program including room and board, textbooks, uniforms, transportation to and from other hospitals for specialized work, registration fees, health care and inci- expense money each dental month. A graduate of Marquerte High School this year, Miss Warren ranked first in the scholarship pre-entrance examinations. She will begin her training at St. Joseph's Hospital in September. Terms of the scholarship agreement provide that the 1960 winner wiU practice nursing for at least one year at the medical department of Laclede Steel Co., or at an Alton hospital, following completion of her required training. Application for the scholarship may be made to the company through the directors of nurses at Alton Memorial or St. Joseph's Hospital. Announcement of the winner is made each year in time for WALLPAPER MONTICELLO COLOR CENTER Monticello Plaza, Godfrey normal enrollment in the September class. The 1961 scholarship wili be awarded through the School of Nursing at Alton Memorial Hospital. Long distance truck drivers who call at an all-night cafe in Leeds, England, now leave a message about the weather they have encountered, on a tape recorder. They have proved very helpful to other drivers. Copra, the dried kernel of the coconut, is chief product of many Polynesian islands. Western Horse Show Set For Greene County Fair CARROLLTON — There will be a Western Horse Show Thursday. July 14, at 1:30 p.m. at Greene Cqunty Fairgrounds in connection with the Greene County Fair which opens July 11 and continues through July 16. No entries in this show will be accepted after 1 p.m. on the day of the show and all horses must appear in the grand entry. A trophy will be awarded to the saddle club with the most entries at the show. A qualified judge will award prices according to accepted rules. Classes to be shown include the grand entry, model class, handy horse, pleasure class with rider to be boy or girl, 16 or under, flag race; pleasure class, man or lady rider over 16 years of age, egg race; parade class, working stock horse, barrel race and through the barrel. The entries fee will be $2 in all classes but the grand entry and the pleasure class for young people. In both of these the fee will be $1 each. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON - Entering Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday for surgery Tuesday were Mrs. Ethel Gilbert of Eldred and Keith Parker of Carrollton. Miss Catherine Hartman of How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly in Place Do your talse teeth annoy and embarrass by slipping, dropping or wob- bMug when you eat, laugh or talk' Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates.This alkaline inon-actdi powder holds falsp teeth more firmly and more comfortably. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Does not sour. Checks "plate odor' T (denture breath) Get, FASTEETH today M drug counters everywhere. 41 3 HERTZ RENT-A-CAR FOURTH OF JULY SPECIAL From 5 P.M. Friday to 8 A.M. Tuitday $1 O 50 Only Idfi PLUS lOc A MILE Early Reservations Suggested HERTZ RENT A CAR E. Broadway Tel. HO 2-0467 Carrollton also entered the hospital Monday. Miss Jennie Davidson of Whiie Hall entered thejer left Sunday to spend a week at Shipman Troop Spending Week At Camp Levis SHIPMAN — Members of the local Boy Scout troop and their lead- hospital Tuesday for surgery. Dismissed from the hospital Monday were Mrs. Mollle Goodin of Pearl, Miss Linda Goode of Greenfield: Mrs. Elmlra Sackett, White Hall: Mrs. Patsy Brannan. CarrolIton, and Paul Richard McAdams, Jerseyville. Dismissed Tuesday were Walter Jones of Hettick and Mrs. Ruby QulUer and daughter of Mozier. Bridge Club to Meet CARROLLTON - Members of the Once-a-Month bridge club were entertained at dinner Tuesday evening in the Colonial Room of Day's Cafe. Hostesses were Mrs. Deane Clough, Mrs. Camp Warren Levis near Alton. Charles Skuggs is leader and members of the troop who are camping this week are: Tommy Shultz, Jerry Oldenettle. Gene Randolph, Tommy Cravens, Nicky Alberts, Artie Welsh, Paul Thomae, Bill Winslade, Edward Bunt, Dennis Skaggs. Roy Stmmermaker, Glen Randall Travers, Darryl Pointer and Tom Bunt. Picnic Dinner SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Marmon Glrnmy, Mrs. F. Nims and Mrs. R. L. Scott. Carrollton Notes P. CARROLLTON Mr. and Mrs. Dale Justice of Wood River and Kevin Williams of Greenfield are spending this week at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Wil- bur Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Klinepeter and Mrs. Oren Sleber- mann went to Carlinville Tuesday where Mrs. Siebermann served as marshal at 'guest night' of the Eastern Star Chapter In that city. Miss Vlcki McAdams of Delhi Is spending this week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Wiles. JULY4 " MONDAY, JULY 4th The following Savings and Loan Associations Will Be Closed Hem* Savings & Loan Association East Alton Savings & Loan Association Germania Savings & Loan Association Wood River Savings & Loan Association Citiiens Savings ft Loan Association Piasa 1st Federal Savings & Loan Association Alton Savings ft Loan Association ert Matlack of Cleveland, Onto, were honored by members of the Allen family at a picnic dinner at the Community Park Sunday. Guesta were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Love, Christopher; Mr. and Mrs. John Frey, St. Jacob; Mr. and Mrs. Oral Howard and family, Illiopolis; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Allen and family, Medora; Mr. and Mrs. Giles Raymond and sons, Woodburn; Miss Carol Quesse- welle, Prairletown; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thomae and sons, Mrs. Edith Thomae, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Allen and daughters, and Albert Allen. Birth Announcement SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson of Decatur are parents of their first child, a son, born June 10. Ho has been named Dale Edward. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Watson afli the Hit (MltflBl (Mtt ate tit. and Mrs. Bdwifd SHIPMAN - Mr. and Mr*. Howard fteyen and family of Memphto, Tenn., spent the weekend at the Edward Heyen home. Howard Jr. and Sharolyn will spend the summer with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs, Alan Ardwr and family of Sallna, Kan., came Saturday for a visit in the Roy Archer and W. S. Huddleston homes. Mrs. Archer and family wltt remain for a longer visit and Archer returned to Kansas Sunday. Rev, and Mrs. Merritt of Medora have purchased a lot from Mrs. Eunice Sanner and have moved a trailer there where they will live. The Christian Aider meeting has been postponed from Monday to Thursday, July 7 at the Emmett Hall home. Another Service from Cifixens . . . WHERE YOU GET MORE IN SERVICES! BEFORE YOU GO GET REPUBLIC National Bank TRAVBLKRS CHECKS CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 32S Smith Ave. CL 4-3842 lost Alton HOURS: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. dally. 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