Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 5, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH {AGE ELEVEN 31 Local SIU Studeny Doing Student Teaching EbWARDSVILLE — Edwards- vllle Campus SIU students corn- pitting a cjuartef of student teaching in area public schools include 31 Alton area residents among the 101 students now on teaching as- signttieiit? Which will fulfill a re- qulrsfhehf f6r an Illinois teaching certificate: These students spend at least three hours a day, five days a \yfeek, in the classrooms of theft cooperating public school teachers. Alton, ; residents, presently student teachers are: Gloria Hihe, at Alton Senior High School (History);; Joseph Peifer, Alton Senior Iflgn (typing): Margaret Codifkn, East ^and West Junior High;' Schools, (music); Judith Pyle, ; East Junior High (algebra); Linda 1 Tyree, second grade, Un- join Schodl;. Bonita Batchelor, third ,gradd, McKinley-Delmar School; Sue Cunningham, second grade, McKinley-Delmar; Brenda Dawdy,- second grade, McKinley- Delmar. Faye Bemis , West Junior High (English); Phyllis Hodge, West Junior High (algebra); Richard Holloman, West Junior High (soda! studies); James T. Bentloy, Litchfield Senior High (English); Janet Killer, Roxana Senior High (social studios); Ann C. Scholl, Roxana Senior High (mathematics). Kay Gloss, East Alton-Wood River Community High (business); Dorothy Ull, Lewis-Clark Junior High (physical education); Jerry Fagan, Roxana Junior High, (music); Charles Chenovveth, East Alton-Wood River (American his- tory). East Alton student teachers are: Theresa Harris, East Junior High (mathematics); Mrs. Patricia Carr, East Junior High (English); Juliene Kay Morgan, fourth grade and kindergarten, Lincoln and Old Leclaire Schools in Edwardsville; Vincent Milazzo, East Alton-Wood River High School, (physical education); Mrs. Lois Keith, Lewis-Clark Junior High (art). Students from Wood River are: Byran Miller, East Junior High (mathematics); Gary Ballard, Wilbur Trimpe Junior High, Be- thaito (mathematics); Dorothy" Roberson, second grade in Lincoln School 'at Wood River. Others are:; Barbara Nilsson of Godfrey, second grade at Gllson Brown School; Judi Fenton of Brighton, first grade, Horace Mann School; Linda Wesley of Cottage Hills, business at East Alton-Wood River High School; Jerry McCann of Hartford, sociology, Edwardsville High School; James Mathias of Hartford, American history, East Alton-Wood River High School. Fl. Russell Unit To Meet June 13 EDWARDSVILLE — The Ft. Russell unit of the Madison County Homeinakers Extension Service will meet Juno 13 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Merle Trott, Springfield Road, Edwardsville. The date of the meeting was posted as June 10 but is actually Share-the-Fun Festival at Hardin Tonight HARDIN — The annual Calhoun County 4-H Share-the-Fun festival is scheduled for 7 p.m. today in the Hardin Grade School gym. Skits presented by the various clubs in the county will be judged by an out-of-county judge, and one will be selected to go to the state fair in August. Four young people wilt try out as masters of ceremony, and state fair contestants will be chosen in this activity also. • The program will be as follows: M.C., James Schulte, Deer Plain Ag Club, introducing these skits. Hardin Busy Bees, baby sitting skit: Kampsville Producers, musical skit; Deer Plain Ag, dance routine. M.C., Karen Breden, Hardin Busy Bees. Rainbow Girls, Sadie Hawkins Day; Hardin Go-Getters, comedy skit; Deer Plain Ag, Smiling Baby Contest. M.C., Patty Schulte, Rainbow Girls. Hamburg Growers, musical; Hardin Lucky Shamrocks, Columbus Discovers America;" Wost Side Hustlers, "Operation Success;" Michael Lucky Shamrocks, "Moonlight in Goose Hollow Graveyard." M.C., Ada Mae Herter, Golden Eagle. Rainbow Girls, "Liberace Comedy S^it;" Guys and Dolls, "Doggie in the Window;" Kampsville Merry Maids, "Short'nin" Bread;" Rainbow Girls, "Hopeful Hep Cats." sechduled for June 13, a spokesman for the unit reported. AFRICAN VIOLET SALE BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY FULL FOLIAGE AFRICAN VIOLETS IN BLOOM Whites, Pinks, Blues—in 2'/i " pot Each Variety Tagged by Name These Are Firs* Quality Plants GORGEOUS COLORS! MANY COLORS AND VARIETIES Each Firmly Tagged by Name Supply is Limited—Buy Yours Tomorrow.' Your Money's Worth More at Woolworth's Contributions for County Museum Now Total $12,000 EDWARDSVILLE — Two additional $1,000 founder's gifts to the new Madison County Historical Museum were reported today by !ampaign officials who announced a total of $12,000 in contribu- :ions to date. Theo. Z. Ladd, executive vice- president of Madison County Mutual Automobile Insurance Co., said that the firm's board of directors voted Monday to contribute $1,000 to the new museum." 'Our company has a history of nearly a half a century in Madison County ," Ladd said, "and tve consider the new museum of great potential benefit to all the )eople of the area we serve." Mrs. Stephen R. Stimson Jr., co-chairman of the museum committee, reported that the other 11,000 founder's gift was made by Mrs. Josephine Weir Hadley of Rockford, 111., a granddaughter of Dr.' John H. Weir, who in 1836 )uilt the Edwardsville home which will become the new mm seum. Mrs. Hadley, a former resident of Edwardsville, also informed the committee that she would bequeath to the musum the three pieces of original Duncan Phyle Turniture which came with Dr. Weir and his bride when they ourneyed here from Boston in a covered wagon. "This will be a most important acquisition," Mrs. Stimson said. The pieces are a settee, rocker and footstool. At the time they weremade, Duncan Phyfe was operating his own shop in New York. The total number of founder's ;ifts, to be listed on a bronze placque in the museum, thus far .otal six, including five from Edwardsville and one from Highland. The $12,000, approximately one- third the total needed to purchase, repair and equip the historic Weir structure, includes $9315 from Edwardsville. The remainder includes only scattered and incomplete reports from chairmen in other areas of the county where :he drive for funds is beginning to jain impetus, the committee said. It includes donations of $107.50 from Roxana and $1097 from Alton. Trinity Lutheran School in Edwardsville also reported donations of $10 to the museum from children at the school who took part in the school campaign. Dance Recital Set Tonight At Jcrseymlle JERSEYVILLE — Students of Vlary Ann Brickey's Dance Studio l be presented in a recital at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the Jersey Community High School. School. Appearing on the program will be members of the Jerseyville classes and of the Alton YWCA classes taught by Mrs. Brickey. Approximately 75 students will ake part. "Tots To Teens" will be t h e heme of the presentation and Mrs. Brickey was choreographer or the original dance numbers. Miss Judy Cope of Jerseyville will be accompanist. Attend Conference JERSEYVILLE — A group rom the Jerseyville Business and 3 rofessional Women's Club at:ended a leadership conference Sunday at the Carbondale campus of Southern Illinois Univer- Worden WORDEN — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Naglich and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Heuchert returned home Sunday after attending the state Lions convention in Chicago. Mr. Heuchert was appointed zone chairman for the district. Mr. and Mrs.' Carroll Bryan are announcing . the birth of daughter, Tamara Ann, at 8:19 a.m. May 28 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland. The infant weighed 6 pounds and 3 ounces Other children are Debra and Kimberly. Mrs. Jeanette Blotevogel entered Staunton Memorial Hospita' Tuesday. Mrs. Juanita Goddard and Carol J. Bridges are patients at the hospital in Staunton. Leo Masinelli has returned home from the Staunton Memorial Hospital. In the group were: Mrs. George Koster, president; Mrs. William D. Thomas, Miss Irene Connol- Mrs. Olive DeLude, Mrs. Edward Rhodes, Miss Celia Sinclair md Mis Edith Gamerdinger. Piano Recital Thursday JERSEYVILLE — A number of piano students of Mrs. Ted linghausen and her daughter, Miss Judy Ringhausen, will present a recital at the Ringhausen lome at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Those from Jerseyville participating will be Mary Ruth Ritter, Shiela Smith, Susan and Mary Ellerman.Janice Phelan, Carla Heepke, David Bartlett, Jewell Ann Price, Kathy and Elizabeth McClary, Theresa Thomas, Branda Ringhausen, Edwards Breed and Carole East. Others on the program are: Jane and Johnny Bill Ringhaus- :n of Fieldon; Patty and Beth Hanks of Hardin, and Connie Sidwell of Godfrey. Guests at Ryan Home JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whltworth of Mason City have returned to their home 'ollowing a visit here at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus J. Ryan. Mrs. Whitworth is on.the state board of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs as community projects chairman. 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Announce Birth of Boy JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. jDavid Gettings have given the name David Dwayne to their infant son born at 11:46 a.m. June 1 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds 2 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Woodring and Newton Gettings of Jerseyville and is a great grandson of William Estes and Mr. and Mrs. George Darr of Kane, Joe Ausburn of Murrayville and Mrs. M. Meeks of Jerseyville. Before her marriage Mrs. Gettings was Miss Janet Woodring of Dow. The couple has a daughter, Debra Kay, 2. or tochniral schools. Followinc are the names and the schools: Doris M o u s h o n. Iowa Wrs- leyan, Mt. Plrusant, Iowa; Mike Kania and Carolyn Varble, Western Illinois University at Macomb; Richard Clough, David Pohlman and Gene Gourley, Illinois College, Jacksonville; Marilyn Mehl and Karen Booth, Eastern Illinois University at Charleston; James Hamilton, Gteve Black. Robert Gillingham, Rich ard McLane and Gerald Williams, University of Illinois;; John Bald win, University of Houston a t Houston, Tex.; Allen Leininger, Marsha Journey and Terry Hillig, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; and Kenneth Standefer, Evangel College at Springfield, Mo. Students who will attend vocational and technical schools arei as follows: Diane Adcock, St. Louis School of Automation; Gay Moeller, Barnes Hospital School of Nursing, St. Louis; Patsy Bland, Miss Hickey's Business School, St. Louis; Marilyn Edwards, Mosier Secretarial School, Chicago; Carolyn Reynolds, Career Beauty College, St. Louis; Linda Evans, Kitzmiller Beauty College, Alton; Robert Rawe, Da- l.fHJlCAL ASSUMPTION PHOKNIX. Ariz. (1*0 — vid Ranken School nf Merhani- 1 cal Trades, St. Louis; Noel Keel-j ey, Illinois state highway tpt:hni-j nlan PreRton Foster, 51, Is con- ian training at Urbana; ^.^ hjs staf . 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