Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 6, 1963
Page 13
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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Hecital Sunday At Carrollton CARROLLfON - Miss Nit a Ford will present a group of students in a recital Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the First Baptist Church. There will be piano, organ, and vocal solos as well as ensembles. Pins and certificates will be awarded to those who were winners in the National Piano Guild Audition some time ago in Alton. Students participating Sunday will be Eric Wildhagen, Jan Wildhagen, Ruth McKay, Reva Dawdy, Randy Dawdy, Debra Willey, Pamela Willey, Barbara Batty, Joan Fradenburgh, Sharon Fradenburgh, Kath'y Rosentrcter, Terry Trusty, Tonya Pranger, Charlene Martin,' Kathy Jeffrey, Pat Emshousen, Becky Seely, Penny Seely, Carolyn Reynolds, Walter Trusty, Lynn Brooks, Nancy Sherwin, Ethel Mae Dolan and the Patterson Girl's Quintet. ' CARROLLTON — Members of the C and E Sportsmen club will sponsor a square dance at the Robin Hood Country Club Saturday from 9 to 12 midnight. The music will be by the Midwest Rangers and the public is invited. Miss Mmipln tnitlntcd CARROLLTON — Miss Rose EJlen Maupin of this city was Heports Injury to Back After Crash Ethel Bledsoe, 56, of 132 E Tydeman Ave., Roxana, reported back injuries after her car wa; struck by another auto in tht 1600 block of E. Broadway Wed nesday afternoon. Police said her car was struck from the rear by a car driven by Donald J. Morris, 32, of 1327 Pearl St. iniliated into Temple Chapter, Order xl in of tht ie Eastern Star, Tuesday evening at the Masonic Temple. FUN-IN-THE SUN SHOES New Open Air Fashions BIG VALUES! SMART STYLES! CANVAS! ITALIAN LEATHERS! STRAWS! BUY SEVERAL PAIRS AT THESE LOW PRICES! WOMEN'S CASUALS . . . the newest styles ... clever designs . ., smart trims . . . big selection! 119 W. THIRD ST.. DOWNTOWN ALTON Britannica President to Address Blackburn Grads CARLINVILLE — The largest four-year class at Blackburn College — 78 young men and women — will be graduated during the college's 94th annual commencement Saturday afternoon. Leading the class of 1963 will be Richard H. Lanzerotti, of Carlinville, student marshal. Prof. Harold J. Ziegler, college marshal, will lead the facuty. During the ceremonies Dr. Maurice B. Mitchell, of Chicago, pres- dent, "Encyclopedia Britannica," will present the commencement address, '"The Era of Limitless Choice." Slated to be honored during the :eremonies are a chemist and a clergyman, both to be presented vith honorary doctorates. Receiv- ng the honorary degree of doc- or of science will be Dr. Carl N. Chal'.acombe, of Elgin, an alumnus of Blackburn and the son of Dr. Wesley A. Challacombe, of Car- inville, treasurer emeritus of the college. Receiving the honorary degree of doctor of divinity is the Rev. Davi B. Maxton, pastor of the Tirst United Presbyterian Church, ranite City. Dr. Mitchell, the commencement speaker, noted film producer and newsman, formerly was associated with the Columbia Broadcasting System and became a director of "Encyclopedia Britannica" in 1956. He lias headed their film division and now heads the total corporation. He is a member of the Citizens Board of the University of Chicago; the Assn. of National Col- ege of Education; Chicago Press lub. He formerly held editorial posts vith the' New York Times, the Rochester, N.Y. Times Union and he Gouverneur, N.Y. Press. He has authored several articles on education and communications. Friday evening the annual 'Bookworm Ball" will be held Boy's Scalp Cut ill Farm Chore Mishap! An 11-year-old Alton boy had nine stitches taken in his head after he fell off a mower against the tractor towing it on a farm off Rle. 100 Wednesday. Kenneth Harmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Harmon, 3329 Franor St., was thrown from the the student work committee re-j mower when it hit a stump. maining to close the dormitories i He was taken to st - Joseph's in Dawes Gymnasium, sponsored by the campus student Social Committee. If is the last social event of the college year. Saturday noon there will be a buffrt dinner before commencement. The evening meal will be served, as usual, in Allison Dining Hall. Dormitories on campus will officially close Sunday, with only and classroom buildings for the summer. Administrative offices will remain open all summer, said 'Dr. Robert P. Ludlum, president of the college. The college is slated to open this fall on Sept 12, when the work committee returns and the first faculty meeting is scheduled. Hospital for treatment and was transferred to Wood River Hospital. Cigarette Tax Illinois cigarette tax collections for April amounted to $4,715,194.25. FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY! 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