Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1963 · Page 13
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June 3, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Section 2 Pages 13*22 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport Comic Classified Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Pre.s.s. Summer School Will Open June 10 at Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE — Sum me school wll be held again this year at the Jersey Community High School, the second time summer school program has been in progress there. Classes will begin June 10 and will be held daily, Mondays through Fridays through July 26 wilh the exception of July 4. The classes will meet from 8 a.m. to 9:55 a.m. and registration anc payment of fees can be made a the office of the high school. High School Principal Scott Courier has announced that plans call for courses in beginning typing and driver education. The typing class will meet in Room 22! in the East Annex and students will use either the main entrance on the west side of the old building or the north entrance in the rcvii- of the building. Arrangements for the time of individual driving lessons will be made by the instructor. No new enrollments will be received after June 13 and all absences must be made up, but. no pupil may be absent more than three times unless a make-up of $1 per class per day is paid to pay for the extra make up involved. All requirements of the regular school term must be met bcforo credit is given. One half credit will be granted upon satisfactory completion of all work in typing. A change has been made in the policy regarding tuition for the summer driver education program. Since it is possible to op- eraic under a state program, it will not be necessary to charge the $15 tuition fee. An expense fee of, $2.50 will be collected from each student 15 years of age or over, who signs up for the summer program in driver education. 4-H Federation of Greene to Meet CARROLLTON — Greene County 4-H Club Federation meeting scheduled for this evening at the Farm Bureau Building will be held Monday evening, June 10, instead. The change was made because of the commencement program to be held Monday evening at Carrol})on High School. State Trooper Kicked by Cow JERSEYVILLE - State Trooper James R. Warford of Rosedale returned to duty Thursday following a week's absence due to injuries received when he was kicked by a cow. Warford was assisting a velernarian to give the bruce- losis test to the cows on his farm, when, 'one of them delivered a savage kick and struck him on the leg. Carpentier RemainsMum On'64 Plans PEORIA, HI. (AP) — Secretary of Slate Charles F. Carpentier remained noncommittal when asked Sunday if he would run for Illinois' governorship in 1964. Carpentier told a meeting of the 'llinois News Broadcasters Association that "if I said I wasn't .hinking about it, I'd be lying." But Carpentier added that "if [ said at this premature time I was, I'd be foolish." He said he was optimistic: about :he Republican prospects ii: Illinois next year. "The last Chicago mayoral election should be significant," he said. Mayor Richard J. Daley's mar- In of 144,000 voles over Repup- ican Benjamin S. Adamowski vas sharply less than the 400,000 /otes by which Daley won in 1958, 'arpentier said. The broadcasters, at the annual spring meeting of the associa- ion, named John Cramer, news lirector of Radio Station WILL, Urbana, as executive secretary. The broadcaslers also voted to establish a $200 scholarship in ribute to Prof. Donald E. Brown of the University of Illinois, out- ;oing association execulive secre- ary who has served since 1953. VBStoOpen At Godfrey Methodist GODFREY — Vacation Bible school will open Wednesday at the fiodlrey Methodist Church and continue through June 14, Mrs. George Blair, director, announced, today. Classes will be in session be- l\vw*i 9 and 11:30 a.m. daily for all children from kindergarten through the eighth grade. On the final day, June 14, open house will be held in the education il building at 7:30 p.m. where the projects will be on display. Mrs. Donald James will head the kindergarten department as- sistul by Mrs. Lee Morehead and M-a. James Wilt. Mrs. Tracy Cali.me is superintendent of the primary department assisted by Mrs. Jeffrey Martin and Mrs. Donald Page. The Junior Department will be supervised by Mrs. Loyd Carson wilh Mrs. Gerald Bcebe and Mrs. Ted Sigite as assislanls and Mrs. i r aye Pivoda Jr., and Mrs. Richard Pearson will be in charge of the Junior High Department. GodfreyLions To Sponsor Carnival GODFREY — The Godfrey Lions Club will sponsor a carnival at the Monticello Plaza Shop- jing center starting Friday evening and continuing Ihrough June 12. The Mound City Shows fea- luring, eight rides and 10 concession stands, will be set up on the parking lot. Proceeds from the carnival will go to the Lions to aid in the sight conservation program. Members of the Club will be on the grounds' nightly to sell tickets for the rides. 3 Teachers Transferred In Unit 100 JKRSEYVILLE — The Board of Education of Community Unit 100 has tendered a contract for the 1963 G4 school year lo Miss Rena L. Motsigner of Allon who had completed the present term in the Elsah Attendance center. Petry Sherwin who will receive a bachelor of arts degree in Aug ust from the Alton Campus of Southern Illinois University has also been given a contract to teach in Unit 100 the coming year. Several transfers have been announced in the teaching staff of the District also. Gary Hickerson is being transferred from Graf ton to Dnw where he will leach Ihe seventh grade and coach athletics. Mrs Opal Miller who has been teaching at Ottervillc will teach first grade at Graflon and Mrs. Ida Mae Anderson is being trans- fered from Dosv to the filth grade post a I Kane school. The school nurses, Mrs. Helen Lawder and Miss Betty Stanley have also been re-empioyed for next year as have all the unit ; iff ILL- employes. They include Mrs. Vcrna Woodman, unit secretary; Mrs. Betty Prough, bookkeeper; Mrs. Keota Schultz and Miv; Almeda Willis secretaries at the Jersey Community High School; Mrs. Betty Breden, secretary at Jersey ville East Ele- meniary and Mrs. Mildred Ingersoll, secretary at Jerseyville West Elementary. Carrolltoii Rug Club Meets Tuesday CARROLLTON — A covered :lish luncheon will be served at loon at a meeting of Carrollton Rug Club Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Fred Fishback, with Mrs. Bert Fraser of White Hall as assisting hostess. Kent Wildman of Moro Awarded Scholarship MORO — Kent Wildman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wildman, has received notice of a four-year honor scholarship -to FLAG HEADQUARTERS GODWIN'S 114 E. Bdwy. Ph. HO 5-775B "Alton's Commercial Stationer." KENT WILDMAN David Lipscomb. a private college in Nashville, Term. This school has a co-operative program with nearby Vanderbilt University where Kent will also take courses. Kent, a 1963 graduate of Edwardsville High School, has been active 1 in the student council for four years and president of the council this your. He was class president for two years and vice president of the Lettcrman's Club. He \vas a member of the homecoming court for txvo years. He ranked among the top 10 per cent of the senior class in scholastics and was a semi-Hnalist in the Illinois State Scholarship program. He received letters in both football and track. He plans to major in Political Science. He has txvo brothers, Carrol and Lann>, both graduates of Ed- warosville High School and both scholarship winners. Bible School June 10-21 At Carrollton CARROLLTON — The Rev. V. H. Bentley of White Hall., an associational misionary, will be superintendent for the Daily Vacation Bible School of Faith Baptist Church which xvill open June 10 and continue through June 21. The classes \x-ill be held in the nexv church building on South Third street from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. There will be classes for children of all ages, four through 16. Preparation and registration day will be Friday, June 7, beginning at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. Francis Varble is pastor. Ray Gibson Is Humane Head A gain Ray Gibson, 2313 Fairviexv Drive, Alton xvas re elected presi- |dent of the Illinois Federation of| j Humane Assns. at the annual [board meeting Saturday in Champaign. Mrs. Ray Gibson completed a three-year term as a member of the board. The board, 'which represents 30 local associations in the state, approved support of a bill in the State Legislature to prohibit the sale of live birds and animals over the counter in retail stores. The board also heard a report on the defeat of a bill in the legislature that would provide animals in shelters only for the use of laboratories. HP Cites Greeks LONDON — A British laxvyer arguing lo keep the voting age from being reduced to 18 has cited an ancient Greek theory that the human body renews itself every seven years. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily PRESCRIPTION SERVICE PHONE DU 4-5001 BETHALTO RICCI DRUG 37 YEARS AS AGENT Madison County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE CO. STANKA GARAGE State Street North Alton Dial HO 5-8889 Aladdin's Giant CARPET Choose From Our Many Samples! 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