Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN 1 West Junior Prom Taking time out during their prom Saturday evening at West Junior High School are these ninth graders, part of the nearly 300 who attended. A Gaslight; Square theme was used to decorate the gymnasium for the event. Murals covered the walls, and three large chandeliers were suspended over the refreshment table. Music was played by "The Impressions" dance orchestra. News of College Students Mr. and Mrs. Mnl Graham find their daughter, Mary Lee of 926 Pearl St., and Mrs. Graham's mother, Mrs. Rose Bigelow, of Cedar Falls, Iowa, have returned from River Forest, III. Miss Graham received a bachelor of science degree in chemistry from Rosary College in River Forest. NOW! LOCAL SERVICE ON TEMPO-TRONIC ELECTRONIC CUT STENCILS For A. B. Dick, Oestetner, Roneo, Genn, Spced-o-Prlnt, Machines. Perfect Stencils Made from any drawn or printed copy or paste-up. $«J 50 <& Each OFFICE MACHINES EXCHANGE 2000 E. Broadway HO 2-8442 Graduating today from Westminster College, Fulton, Mo., were two area men. Daniel F. Travis, ^on of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Travis of 2330 Edwards St., carried a dual major of economics and English and was a participant in Westminster Men of Song. Terry Johler, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johler of 243 Norwood Place, East Alton, is a biology major and honor roll student, lie served as president of Phi Rho Epsilon, honorary pre-medical fraternity; and was a member of Zeta Tau Delta, honorary scholastic fraternity and Phi Delta Theta social fraternity. "" Two Alton men received diplomas and bachelor of arts degrees today at Knox College, Galesburg, Donald Odell Lahr, son of O. W. Lahr, 2819 Brown St., is a business administration and economics major. He was a member of the senior council, and was affiliated with Alpha Delta Epsilon. James Lynn Seago, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Seago, 3117 Leverett Ave., majored in biology, and was a member of Young Republicans. 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V f- ' i'/ v f f % tt< fw at?** /^ Weddings Planned A June 22 wedding is planned by Miss Agnes Delehanty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Patrick Delehanty ot 7,30 E. 4th St., and Joseph Edward Martinez. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jose V. Martinez of 728 E. 4th St. The couple will be married at 9:30 a.m. nupital Mass in St. Patrick's Catholic Church. A reception will be given at 3 p.m. in Steelworkers' Abel Hall. Miss Delehanty attended Alton High School and Summers College of Commerce in East St. Louis. She is employed by Hartford Fire Insurance Co., St. Louis. Her fiance is employed by Beall Tool and Die Co., East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. John Raffety Jr., of White Hall, have announced the approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Carolyn Jean Hayn, and Lyndell Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Taylor, also of White Hall. June 6 has been selected as the wedding date. Miss Hayn is a member of the 1963 graduating class of the White Hall High School. The prospective bridegroom attended White Hall High School, and is associated with his father in the operation of the Shell Service Station, White Hall. Auxiliary- Observes Anniversary Alton Eagles Auxiliary No. 254 celebrated their twelfth anniversary Sunday. Fourteen charter members and five past presidents were among the 79 guests present. Officers for the coming year were installed. They are: junior past president, Mrs. Charles Gilmore; president, Mrs. Arthur Russell; vice-president, Mrs. Robert Rice; chaplain, Mrs. Gerald McCormick; treasurer, Mrs. Karl Deterding; conductor, Mrs. William Evans; inside guard, Mrs. Linda Mauser; outside guard, Mrs. Dewey Payne; trustees, Mrs. Mae Ben Sevier, Mrs. Louella Gillespie, and Mrs. Eleanor Gibson. Installing officers were: installing president, Mrs. Edna Wolfbrandt; installing conductor, Mrs. Grace Gasperin. The guest speaker was Mrs. Edna Wolfbrandt of Collinsville, slate president. Retiring president, Mrs. Arthur Russell ,and retiring mother, Mrs. Tessie Goolsby, were honored with gifts. Church Notes Christian Science Board Appoints New Lecturers Why Ban Women In Space? By RICHARD P. POWERS WASHINGTON UP) — Jane Hart'who flies airplanes and is the wife of a senator, figures that before lohg Russian women will be orbiting the world in outer space. It worries her that the United States is hanging back. "The Russians are not doing this just for kicks," she says. "They believe women can make a contribution to the space effort." On the other hand, she complains, red tape and government regulations in the United States appear to disqualify all American women from having any part. She Campaigns Too Mrs. Hart, 41, has qualified in several fields: The wife of Michigan's junior Democratic senator, Philip A. Hart, she's an experienced political campaigner, the mother of eight children and a licensed pilot who's flown in races. She's also the daughter of a Detroit millionaire. She was Jane Briggs before her marriage. She's slender and wears her blonde hair short, pixie style. Her efforts of the past couple of years to crack the male-only astronaut field has been for qualified American women in general, although she has made it clear she would like to be a space-women herself. Took Some Tests Mrs. Hart is one of a dozen women in the country who have passed the same tough, physical tests that were given men trying out for astronaut chores. But she feels that females are excluded by pronouncements from James E .Webb, head of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. She called "ridiculous" a statement by Webb that women would have to have jet training before qualifying as astronauts. The only place that can be had is at The Air Force jet testing school, she says, "and that is for men only." In addition to her efforts in the flying field, in which she has logged some 2,000 hours, she takes an active role in her husband's political campaigns and finds time, too, to run her busy household. This is really not a problem, she says. Her children, ranging from 5 to 15 years of age, "are all in school except the littlest one who is in kindergarten." And she's had help in caring lor the children since the third child was born. Home Weekends Even in the heat of a political campaign, Mrs. Hart has one solid requirement: "That I be home every weekend. We have to fit the politics around that." Sen. Hart will be up lor reelection in 1964 and she is already making plans to give him full aid. They work out separate campaign schedules, svith Mrs. Hart concentrating on talks and coffee hours with the women. Those social-political gatherings discuss important issues, she says. "The ladies do not go just to talk about diapers." Mrs. Hart gave up her twin- Two Chicago area men became official lecturers on Chirstian Science today. The appointment of Paul A. Erickson and Roy J. Linnig was announced by The Christian Science Board of Directors during the Church's annual meeting in Boston. Both men gave up business management positions during the years following World War II in order to devote their full time to the public practice of Christian Science healing. Mr. Erickson is a native of Aurora. He served as a chaplain's assistant at the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis during World War II, and recently became an authorized teacher of Christian Science. Mr. Linnig, who studied piano at the North Shore Conservatory of Music, became a Captain in the Coast Artillery Corps during World War II. He was born in Peru, 111., and now,, resides in Deerfield. In their new positions as lecturers, Mr." Erickson and Mr. Linnig will be called upon to present talks about Christian Science to community audiences throughout the United States and other countries. CONGREGATIONAL The Couples' Club of Church of the Redeemer, Congregational, elected officers Saturday night during a barbecue at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beenett in Brighton. Elected to the presidency were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Keeling, and to the vice presidency, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stewart were elected secretary-treasurer. The Priscillas of the Congregational Church will hold its final meeting of the season Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. with a dinner in the new Holiday Inn on Sunset Hill near Edwardsville. The Ladies Benevolent Society of the Congregational Church will have its annual picnic at the Westerner Club on Wednesday beginning at 11 a.m. The high school class of the Congregational Sunday school, of which Robert Chevalley is teacher, had Sunday breakfast in the parsonage of the church, with the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Chatfield Kemper as hosts. Honored guests were graduating members of the class: William J. Meyers III, Ronald Ray and Lloyd Stauffer. METHODIST The Quilting Circle , of Main Street Methodist Church will have a potluck luncheon at noon Wednesday in the church. Quilting will begin at 10 a.m., and there will be a business meeting at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Frieda Brune will lead devotions. engine airplane last fall because, she says, there was no 'good place to handle it here. But she plans to charter a plane during the 1964 campaign in Michigan. "This will be more flexible and I will be able to get home on weekends," she says. She has a multi-engine pilot rating and license to fly helicopters as well; she belongs to the women's copter organization called Whirly Girls. MacoupinCounty Sivim Program Is Announced CARLINVILLE — Macotipin County Swim Program at Lake Carlinville will extend from July through July 19 and communities involved include Medora, Planview. Shipman, Brighton, Piasa, Chesterfield, Bunker Hill, Dorchester, Summerville, Wilsonville, Hornsby, Gillespie, as well as Carlinville. Similar programs for other sections of the county will be given at Staunton Reservoir, June 25 — July 5, and Sunset Lake, Girard, July 22 — Aug. 2. The daily schedule at Lake Carlinville: 9 a.m., 10 and 11- year- olds from Carlinville and under 10 from South Standard; 10 a.m., 10 and older and intermediates under 10 from Bunker Hill, Wilsonville, Dorchester and Hornsby; 11 a.m., Carlinville South School beginners under 10; 12:30 p.m., Gillespie beginners under 10; 1:30 p.m., all swimmers from Southwestern School District which includes Medora, Brighton, Chesterfield, Shipman, Piasa and Plainview; 2:30 p.m., Carlinville swimmers over 12 and North School beginners under 10. The lifesaving course will 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. be from Collects Bounty on 71 Groundhog Scalps JERSEYVILLE — Jean Campion ot Piasa Township brought in 71 groundhog scalps and three fox scalps Friday to the office of County Clerk Linda Crotchett to collect bounty. He received $19.25 for tne ground hogs, the-bounty being 25 cents, and the fox scalps brought $6, the bounty being each. It was stated in the clerk's office that a number of persons had brought in 40 scalps this year. Baptist VBS Opens Today at Rosewood ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — The First Baptist Church daily vacation Bible school got under way today and will run for two weeks. The school is for nursery through New Officers OfWoodRiver Eagles Seated WOOD RIVER- Bernard Schroeder and Mrs. Carl Lackey were installed as presidents of the Eaglos and Auxiliary Sunday afternoon. Retiring presidents are Marshall Wood and Mrs. William Wanous. A dance followed the installation. Installing officers were: Carl Buehler, Bill Hcmpken, Mrs. Carl Buehlcr. and Mrs. Bert Major. Aerie officers installed w e r e: Leland Swinney. vice president; Gordon Albright, chaplain; George Harshbarger, conductor; William Dwyer, treasurer; Gerald McCormick, secretary; Joe Baker, inside guard; Lcroy Watts, outside guard; and Calvin Davis, Larry McCoy and Brian Cole, trustees. Auxiliary officers are; M r s. Harry Ashlock, vice president; Mrs. Hubert Fairless, chaplain; Miss Frances Harshbarger, conductress; Mrs. Leland Swinney, secretary; Mrs. Ernest Falicia, treasurer; Mrs. Evelyn Gilmore, inside guard; Mrs, Raymond Munzner, outside guard; and Mrs. Albert Elmore, Mrs. Joseph Baker and Miss Ethel Frazier, trustees. Fined in Police Court WOOD RIVER ••- Orville L. Golf, 43, 147 Old St. Louis Rd., who was arrested at 8:55 p.m. Sunday on a charge of drunk and disorderly conduct, was fined $15 and costs by Police Magistrate 0. W. Vernor this morning. He was arrested on a warrant signed by his wife and pleaded guilty during his preliminary hearing before Vernor. Fined for Intoxication WOOD RIVER — Charles E. Reeves, 37, 209 Elble St., was fined $15 and costs this morning by Police Magistrate 0. W. Vernor after pleading guilty to a charge of intoxication. He was arrested at 8:30 p.m. Sunday. Women's Class to Meet at Roxana ROXANA—Women's Bible Class of First Baptist Chinch will meet it 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the •hurch and will make tray favors 'or hospitals. Mrs. Albert Bean will read the devotionals and Mrs. Eleanor Metcalf will be hostess. •Weight Watchers ROXANA — The Weight Watch- junir high school age children and meets from 9 to 11:30 a.m. each day. Richard Propes is general chairman 'for the Bible school program. DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF JIMMY DORSET'S ORCHESTRA Sunday, June 9, 1963 MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL • 12.00 PER COUPLE (includes DINNER and tax) • Dinner served from 6 to 8 • DANCE from 7 to 11 For Reservations Dial 465-6611 Beauty Salon Arcade—Wilshire Village Dial CL 4-1018 Styled for O ocruettes i We'll select a style for the petite loss, keeping her tender years in mind. $10 C95 cold wave now only J Haircut 1.50 • ' No Appointment Necessary MELBA'S BEAUTY SALON 307 Ridge Street Alton Gloria Brown is joining Our Staff Open Evenings By Appointment HO 5-8951 «« EUREKA POLISHER-SCRUBBER VALUE! Special Cord Clip Automatic Off-On Switch All Steel Construction Lifetime Lubrication All Purpose Oversize Brushes SMALL DEPOSIT IASY TfHMS Complete Display Of EUREKA Sweepers from $39.95 and up. ^ Jacoby's Sine* 1883 Free Parking At Rear Entrance 627 E. Broadway Alton To Make Summer More Comfortable... obviously, a coo/ head I ft A chose genuine WffU Basswood Shades for this job Width and Drop Size to Fit Your Porch Here's a budget floor covering in attractive colors that (its any purse — any size room. Vinylized and reversible. ONLY §14.95 Takes Home a 6'x9' Rug Also — Aluminum & Web, Aluminum & Itedwood, Aluminum & Vinyl Tube, Chairs and Chaise from $4.95. Enjoy Summer Furniture Now Buy On Time Payments, Free Parking At Rear Entrance 627 E. Broadway Alton Super Heavy Rustic BBQ Set — 6' set includes table & 2 benches $25.00 Jacoby's Since 1883 ers will meet at 7:.10 p.m. today at the Park House. Byron Dalhaus Returns ROXANA — Byron Dalhnns. sen of Mr .and Mrs. LoRoy Dnlh;ius of Tenth St., has returns r! to his base at Sanford, Fla., with the naval airforce after spending ilip past week with his parents and sisters. He has just been promoted to airman electronics technician second class. He is completing his fourth year of service. LIVING COLOR PORTRAITS Every Tuesday — No Appointment Necessary 6 Direct Color Wallet Portraits $2.95 (All different poses) SPECIAL EVERY TUESDAY! GRAVEMANN Oil Milton Rond, Alton Dial 462-2267 RffRl/RHRHR JUNE IS THE GIFT MONTH This is the month always dedicated to gift giving. It has more weddings, graduations, anniversaries—and of course—Father's Day. How about giving your family and yourself a special gift? Resolve now to have your physician check your bodies to make certain you are doing everything possible to enjoy longer lasting good health. Give yourselves the priceless gift of better health. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours? Mu^iS <Stcica1l c Wif/if, REO. 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