Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1963 · Page 3
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Monday, June 3, 1963
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MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THH.KE ALTON CADETS GRAB HATED AT WESTERN Raymond K. Bury, left, and Michael Fisher, class of 1928 and sneaker for Doucleff were graduated Sunday morn- the morning. Assisting is Col. C. L. ing at Western Military Academy. Persing, of the Academy staff. Diplomas were handed out by Leo A. Graduating Cadets Hear Bi-State Head $200 Theft From Auto Reported Items valued at more than $200 were reported taken from a car parked in the 300 block of Market Street between 8 and 10 p.m. Saturday. Otto Smith, 605 California St., Rosewood Heights, told police Sunday he had left his car locked and it was locked when he returned to it. Missing, he said, were two snow tires, a sports coat, a wrist watch, a pair of prescription sun glasses, a billfold and a set of keys. Hospital Treats Girl for 15-20 Mosquito Bites A two-year-old East Alton girl was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital Sunday for several mosquito bites to the body and face. Deborah Northcutt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Northcutt, 410 Wood River Ave., had 15-20 bites including one on the nose that; caused the left eye to swell shut. Mrs. Northcutt said the youngster got the bites while playing in the yard. Sees Budget Cut Cries as 'Empty' NEW YORK (AP) — Until the average citizen accepts less fed- oral spending for his own community, "the annual cry for significant budget cuts will continue to be no more than an empty ritual," Sen. George A. Smuthers, D-Fla., said today. Presbyterian Church School Starts June 17 The vacation church school ol College Avenue Presbyterian Church will be held from 9 a.m to 11 a.m. daily, June 17 through June 28. Children will register at 9 a.m. on June 17. Director of the school is Mrs, Elmer Lagemann. Teachers are as follows: Kindergarten—Mrs. Bert Hyde superintendent; Mrs. Paul Fisher Mrs. William Norris, Miss Nancy Foster and Miss Jan Norris. Primary — Mrs. Harry Moseley superintendent; Mrs. Lloyd Bal lard, Mrs. Edwin Buzan, Mrs Harold Eberlin, Mrs. William Pitts, Mrs. Bert Seago and Miss Carla Vinyard. Junior — Mrs. Carl Krancher superintendent; Mrs. Eldon Arbut not, Mrs. Harry Patchet and Mrs Charles Rummerfield. Junior High — Mrs. Wayne Tyler, superintendent, and Mrs Walter Stark, assistant. Film, 'The Gift,' to Be Shown at Church The United Presbyterian Women of College Avenue Presbyterian Church will meet at 1 p.m. Wed nesday in the church parlors when a film entitled "The Gift' will be shown. Mrs. J. S. Nickell will give the devotions, Mrs. Elsie Simpson will be greeter and the Mary Cir cle will be hostesses. The UP\V executive board will meet at 1! a.m. Promoted Susan Dale Lewis is among the North Junior High School students who will be promoted to Alton High School in ceremonies Tues day evening. Cooperation as a function of ife was stressed Sunday morn- ng by the speaker at Western Military Academy's 84th commencement exercises. Leo A. Fisher, chairman of the 3i-State Development Agency .old the 50 graduates that a person will need the help of others throughout life. Fisher said "The world has become so com plicated that, in order to ge along, a person must be willing to give and get cooperation from others." Fisher pointed out the fallacy of the "nice guys finish last' theory. Fisher said, "Although many people believe and preach th nice guys finish last theory, i doesn't work out that way i everyday life. The nice guy lead a happier and more poiduc tive life and I hope it will a ways remain that way." Explaining the hostile worl which is full of fear with nation armed, Fisher pointed out tha there are events people don understand and it is impossibl to predict the future. This force people to rely upon each othe for help and guidance. Fisher is a 1928 graduate o Western. Raymond K. Bury of Godfrej and Michael S. Doucleff of A: ton are area students amonj graduates. D6w Infant Girl Swallows Needle A one-year-old Dow infant wa releaved from St. Joseph Hospi tal today after being under ob servation for swallowing a needle Lori McCoy, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Delbert D. McCoy, Rte 1, Dow, was taken to the liospita [or treatment, Saturday. The Ultimate in Dignity... ••••••••4 CHAPEL RECEPTION BOOM MODERN MOTOR EQUIPMENT PARKING LOT SLUMBER ROOM PRIVATE FAMILV ROOMS WITH PRIVATE ENTRANCE AHl-CONDITIONED Is assured when you call Gent Funeral Home. Wo endeavor with every action, in every way to make the time of bereavement a time of benign reverence ... to see that every detail is handled in an understanding manner ... to put every service of our beautiful Homo at your service. Alton's Only Funeral Home Built Specifically /or (he Purpose Funeral Home 2409 STATE STREET ALTON, ILLINOIS Superior Ambulance (Service— Day or Night— Ph. HO 6-7781 Marquette GradList Announced Soda Siphoned Soda was siphoned from bottles in a vending machine at the True Church, 5 E. 17th St., some time Saturday night, police were told Sunday morning. The Rev. Father Harry Wat on, chaplain at Marquette High chool, will be master of ceremonies during graduation exercis- s at the high school auditorium Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The Right Rev. Msgr. William roke will preside over the ceremonies, assisted in conferral of iplomas by the Rev. Father Richard Niebrugge. The Rev. Father John Ratch- ord of Decatur will deliver the ommencement address. The 80 seniors who will receive diplomas are: Jeanne Adams, Karen Alben, "heresa Bieneman, Jo Ann Bim- lager, Carol Brooks, Geraldine Clancy, 'Carole Cornell, Cynthia Davenport, Madeleine Davey, 'heresa Davey, Alice Dwiggins, :osemary Evans, Janice Filardo, Virginia Fitzgerald, Diane Goss, rtarlene Gorski, Catherine Harmon, Rose Marie Harsbarger, 'atricia Henkhaus, Mary Ann [enry, Susan Horrell, Mary Jane toward; Jean Huber, Kathleen Huber, ane Kamper, Mary Ann Kuntz, "hyllis Laughlin, Sandra Laughin, Karma Leeds, Francine Maning, Marie Maronie, Kathleen May, Elizabeth McPike, Judith Vlihalich, Kathleen Molloy, Margaret Paulda, Sue Peipert, Cathrine Pellegrino, Virginia Pitman, ]lizabeth Pohlman, Cheryl Rausa, Kathleen Schreader, Jo \nne Seni, Jacquelyn Smith, 'udith Springman, Judith Wall, Carolyn Wright, Karen Ursch, Rita Wardein, Ann Yager; Henry Boss, Daniel Bowers, Larry Braniff, Donald Carter, Daniel Cichlar, Thomas Clancy, lichard Corrigan, Joan Crivello, 'aul Duggan, Thomas Filardo, Harry Geisen, James Gross, Thomas Hertz, James Jackson, Gerry LeClaire, Patrick Maher, John McConnell, Walter Melton, Joseph Metzler, Russell Meyer, Richard Norton, Donny Perry, Frank Pelers, Joseph Peters, James Roth, James Scoggins, Terrence Taul, James Vonnahmen, Jay Wolff, Stephen Wright. 29atAHS Main Methodist Bible School to Begin June 10 Vacation Bible School at Main Street Methodist Church will be gin June 10 and continue through June 19, with Mrs. John Henderson being as general director. "Widening Relationships" wil be the theme of the eight-day Bible school for those 2% to 16 years o' age. Classes will begin at 9 a.m. each day and will conclude at 11:30 a.m. Superintendents for the school will be Mrs. Fred Weigel, Mrs. Kenneth Scott. Mrs. Harold Matthews, Mrs. Harold Horsley, who will be assisted by Mrs. Ralph Hendricks. Potluck The Ladies Auxiliary of North Side Shelter House will meet Wednesday for a potluck at noon, to be followed by a business meeting at 1:30 p.m. Vacation Bible School at 9 a.m. 'The school will be£?in at 9 a.m. Friday, "Bible Preparation Day."iJunp 10 and continue until June There will bo creative nrtivi-p'l. There will he a picnic on the Will Register for Curclie Bible School Children of Curdle H ei g h t s! fios - a P arad _ c an _ d . ™f rp!! ^] o r t ^.l day l or a11 of thosc enrolled I - j — Baptist Church, between the ac;es, of 3 and 16 years, will enroll forj BANK ft TRUST COMPANY IN" ALTON Capital and Surplus $2,250,000.00 Til HID Ai\'n BELLE STREETS • ALTO*. ILLINOIS MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM YOUR CAR Get $25 to $800 On any make or model, paid for or not. Just bring car'papers and drive out with the cash. Win Honors In Spelling Twenty-nine Alton High Schoo! students have won certificates foi correctly spelling 100 words in an international spelling contest sponsored by the National Office Management Assn. Those who made perfect scores on both the first and second tests are Mary Barsy, Anita • Bryant, Barbara Chalk, Jo Ann Fulks, Jeanne Georges, Linda Hardwick, Janeen Jamison, Joy Shoemaker, Susan Wille. Those who made perfect scores on the second test are Kathy Compton, Martha Corrigan, Mary Dykeman, Trudy Hall, Sadie Highsmith, Sally Holloway, Nancy Hunt, Cheri Ingold, Linda Jenkins, Anita Kimbro, Susan Olson, Marjorie Peters, Jacqueline Richey, Linda Roller, Cheryl Rowland, Doris Simmons, Nancy Spaulding, Linda Watkins, Karen Whittleman, Donna Wilson. BEAT THE HEAT!! WITH A ROOM AIR CONDITIONER COOLS — OEHUMIOIFIES & FILTERS THE AIR ; LETS YOU SLEEP IN COMFORT ALTON HOME IMP. 12 E. Ferguson Wood River, III. 254-0601 652 E, Broadway )» Alton, III. j; HO 2-9246 \ $5 PER MONTH BUYS $100 IN MERCHANDISE! NO MONEY DOWN! value SAVE 50% ON THESE FAMOUS NAME BRAND TWO-PIECE JAMAICA SETS Regularly Sold Up to 8.99 A famous maker sold us the pick of the crop! Come choose yours from this fabulous selection of styles in solid, stripes or prints. Sizes 8 to 18. SPECIAL PURCHASE! 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