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TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Brennan- Curtis Marriage Miss Kathleen Curtis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Curtis of Jacksonville and Thomas M. Brennan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Brennan of Carrolllon were married at noon Saturday, in Our Saviour's Church in Jacksonville. Monsignor Michael Driscoll officiated at the mass. The bride given in marriage by her uncle, Jack Curtis, wore a gown of white peau de soie. Her veil of white net was secured to a crown of white sequins and pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations with a touch of pink. The maid of honor was Miss Pauline Reavy of Jacksonville and the bridesmaid was Miss Sandra Schickedanz of Jacksonville. Both were wearing pink brocade dresses. Their headdresses were tiny pink veils. They carried pink covered prayer books and bouquets of pink carnations. The best man was Mnrtin S. Kerckhoff of St. Louis, cousin of the groom, a?1d Ronald Carter of Carrollton was the groomsman. A reception was held at three p.m. in the David A. Smith on the campus of Illinois College in Jacksonville. The couple will make their home for the summer at 502 W. College, Jacksonville. Mrs. Brennan attended Illinois College where she was a member of the Chi Beta Literary Society and is now a student at the University of Illinois. Brennan also ;i student at the University of Illinois is a member of the Tribe of Illini (Letlcr- niiins Club). HP is employed for the summer by the General Telephone Company and in the fall both Mr. and Mrs. Brennan plan to return to the university. WORD-A-DAY ' By BACH CO YOlf WANT TO WRITE f A CHECK FOR THIS, OR i SHALL 1? penury f o /a. v\ \. pen u-ri ) / ABSENCE Of RESOURCESj WANT} EXTREME POVERTVl A6. A 5TAT6 OP PENURY MM). FteU lUMrrt* U*. Born to: Mr. and Mrs. George Peklcb, Grafton, a daughter, Kathleen, 6 pounds and 10 ounces, 10:48 a.m. Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital, elder son, George, Jr., 20 months. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chancy, Edwardsville, a son, 5 pounds and 12 ounces, 8:37 a.m. Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital, elder child, Trade, 3. Mr. and Mrs. George Halcomb, 39 North Main, Wood River, a daughter, Rachel Lynn, Gpounds and 10 ounces, 10:48 a.m. Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital, two elder children, Philip, 2, and Tom, 11 months. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jeannotte, 323 Bluff St., a son, Arthur Lee, Jr., 8 pounds and 9 ounces, 3:36 p.m., Monday, St. Joseph's Hospital, elder child Kerri Sue, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lefler, Brighton, a daughter, 7 pounds and 11 ounces, 4:31 p.m., St. Joseph's Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Melvln Sclml- ineiNtcr, 214 W. Elm, a daughter, 5 pounds and 14 ounces, 7:31 p.m. Monday, Alton Memorial Hospital, elder children, Melinda Jane, 7, and Joanne, 5. Mr. and Mrs. Ilalph Gerdcs, Jerseyville, a daughter, 8 pounds and 12 ounces, 8:50 p.m. Monday, Alton Memorial Hospital, four elder children. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glbbs, 168 E. Alton Ave., E. Alton, a son, Steven Ray, 7 pounds and 11 ounces, 9:40 a.m. Monday Alton Memorial Hospital, elder child, Joyce Ann, 19 months. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McCol- him, Bethalto, a daughter, Connie Sue, 6 pounds and 15 ounces, 2:17 a.m., Tuesday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. McCollum is the former Darline Sue Ivers, maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Monford Westbrook, paternal, Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Teuton, 4026 Seminary, a daughter, 8 pounds and 13 ounces, 12:06 a.m. Tuesday, Wood River Township hospital. Elder children: Antoinette 9, Teresa 8, and Donelda 3. Grafton Notes GRAFTON — Local friends ., ^ , and relatives received word of Barbara Voils, Jackie Vroman, the death of Mrs. Lelia Keller of Bruce Williams, Barbara Win- St. Louis on June 5. Mrs. Keller Junior High Honors Announced at Roxana ROXANA — The honor roll for the Roxana Junior High school for the fourth nine weeks is as follows: Seventh grade high honor, Robbie Ayres Brenda Bilbruck, Rhonda Grober, Virginia Hungerford, Carol Keck, Connie Masterson, De borah Mclntire, Kris Ransdell, Kathryn Roach, Cathy Roark Linda Scott, Linda Sheppard, Judy Stamper. Those making "A" in all subjects were Robbie Ayres, Virginia Hungerford, Deborah Mc- lntire, Kalhryn Roach, Linda Sheppard, Judy Stamper. Honor roll, Charles Aliens- worth, Karen Anderson, Vernon Anderson, Ronald Archer, Phyl lis Badgley, Karen Barnes, Janet Barrett, Carolyn Bienemann, Chester Brooke, Kathryn Call, Thomas Carroll, Janet Catt, Norma Cobine, Gregory Colbert, Julie Cook, Laurel Cooley, Delbert Grader, Patricia Dana, Rebecca Davis, Linda Dodd, Dennis Drew, Sharon Dycus, Gail Elble, David Fitzgerald, Donald Flowers, Susan jail, Gary Gerson, Robin Glu- ser. Carol Gornall, Jo Lynn Grace, Gary Green, Patti Griffith, Mark. Grover, Holly Harden, Rebecca Hedger, Suzanne Heinmiller, Darlene Holder, Karen Holman, David Howard, Judy lowland, Pam Hubbard, Susan -Kitchens, Rhonda Johnson, Steve Kinser, Crystal Kravanek, John MacDonaltl, Charles Mc- 3rien, Gerald Medley, Rodney Meyer, Cathy Mihalich, Robert Moody, Linda Mullens, Frances Nichols, Raymond O'Brien, 'atricia Ogle, Billy Opel. Ronnie Patterson, Kenneth Perkins, Kathy Pile, Sylvia 3 ructzel, David Redden, Cheryl leinke, Gary Richer!, Elaine Roberts, Pamela Romani, Mary Ann Shive, Donna Snyder, Michael Stassi, Frances Steele, John Sticht, Robert Sticht, Sandra Stimac, Trudy Stratton, Swar- Lynn, Charlotte Sawyer. Rosalie Schwabe, Kathy Scott, Carla Smith. William Stratton and John Taylor. Honor roll, Beverly Angleton, Joyce Baker, Billy Cook, Deana Corsa, Jim Crabtree, Steve Curfman, Kathy Davis, Carolyn Evans. Carol Frazier, Marilyn Fearno, Kenneth Glidwell, Cheryl Green. Rita Greenwell, Trudy Hamilton, Ray Harrison, Margaret Heskett, Patricia Holland. Jerry Howard, Karen Hurley, Donna Johnson, Faye Jones, Cassandra Kanz, Phillip Keith, Sharon LaBoude. Ella LeClaire. Kay Malone, Kay Martin, Elbie Milazzo, Richard Piper, Connie Halliff, Cynthia Rich. Doris Rogers, Norma Rutherford, Mary Schlen, Karen Shoe- ban, Michael Silvey, Jacquelyn Snyders, Carol Spink, Fred Striegel, Cheryl Talkington, Janice Taylor, Richard Townsend, Linda Uhles, Sharon Waggoner, Gary Wallace, Larry Wallace, Cathy Wheeler, Mike Whitney and Brian Widaman. Grafton Pair Will Observe Anniversary GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Harven Mielke will observe their 46th wedding anniversary Sunday. They were married on June 16, 1917, in Edwardsvill.e. They are the parents of a .son, Harvey Mielke Jr., of Merced, Calif. No formal celebration has b e e i planned. "Student Day" GRAFTON — "Student Day' Jayne Stuart, Loretta •ingim, John Tedrick, Steven fitsworth, Paula Tuis, Cindy 'urnbeaugh, Patty Turner, T. F. Richardson Gets M,D» Degree AtWashingtonVt EAST ALTON — Thomas F Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs T. B. Richardson, 302 Monroe, received a doctor of medicine de- the Grafton Sunday. Bob was observed at Methodist Church imith was guest speaker. He was d senior at the Jersey Community iigh school this year and plans to enter college this fall. lers and James Workman. Eighth grade, high honor, mer and resided in Grafton for a Donna Brown, Rita Geubert, vforma Legate, Christa Linville, Sandra Luster, Dale Meyers, Brenda Palmer, Sara Parks, Glenda Piltz, Mary Roberts, Carroll Slusher, Linda Stokes, Deborah Swindle and Mike H. Young. Those making "A" in all ubjects were Donna Brown, Norma Legate, Sandra Luster, Dale Meyers, Mary Roberts, larroll Slusher, Linda Stoke and Mike Young. Honor roll: Sandra Armstrong, rene Austin, Emily Belt, Cliford Boyer, Sherri Brueggeman, Beverly Crane, Mike Grouse. 'atricia Daniels, Richard Donnell, Michael Drew, Suzanne larrett, Sharon Hammond, Joe gis, Melanie Harrod, Mike Hill, Fred Hubbard, Vicki ones, Terry Judson, Gregory <eirle, Ronnie Kerr, Stephen Lash, Gayle Lipe, Terry Loe- ett, Linda Locklear, Barbara .xisch. Jack Mosley, Veronica Mc- 3arrah, Ruth McNish, Patricia Visbet, Theresa Oglesby, Steven Perrin, David Rhodes, Cindy Roe, Cecelia Rose, Norman chubert, Michael Scroggins, 'hyllis Sitze, Kathy Staggs, 3ob Steiner, Hal Stewart, Dennis Sullivan, Tracy Taulbee, Ved Thompson, James Titus, 3 atty Tovo, Richard Vollentine, Margaret Welch, Randy Wilams, Martha Wilson, Dee Vitherow. The second semester honor oil for the,ninth grade is as ollows: High honor, Charles 3ono, Kathryn Brown, Mark Brueggeman, Jean Davidson, 'am Davis, Lana Henson, Catheen Hignight, Richard Judson, 'erry Kelly, Cheryl Lawrence, ,ynda Lenington, Stephen Lynn, 3everly Pataky, Tammy Poe, acqueline R h e a, Charlotte awyer, Rosalie Schwabe, Kathy cott, Carla Smith, Mary Beth tanton, William Stratton, John aylor and Alan Wingerter. Those making "A" in all sub- ects were Charles Bono, Kathyn Brown, Mark Brueggeman, am Davis, Cathleen Hignight, Cheryl Lawrence, Stephen ROCKEFELLER BEAUTY SALON 200 W. Third Street (1st National Rank Bl<lg.) • • Mildrad Rockefeller Judith Heslcett Bonnie Stromske (Bonnie Wheeler) HO 3-fi53'l Open Evenings by Appointment. WANTED: EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSERS Vacations with pay. Good working conditions. Free advanced styling course. Gall: Fran Thompson, HO 5-9345 was the former Miss Lelia Plum- number of years. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Wilson and son, Eddie, returned home Monday from Blakely, Ga., where they visited last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Legate, who have been visiting in Fosterburg at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and M r s. Oran Legate, returned home Monday. To Get Double At East Alton Fish Fry Tonight EAST ALTON - Ticket holders for a fish fry set for Monday by East Alton Baseball Club will get a break, even if the event was rained out. Rescheduled for tonight, starting at 5 o'clock at East Alton Playground, holders of tickets originally good for a fish sandwich, will receive two fish sandwiches instead, Clare Clapsaddle, recreation department director, said. Goes to Duke EAST ALTON - Larry Leamy, recipient of a National Science Foundation pre-doctoral award, left Monday for Duke University Marine Laboratory, Beaufort, N. C., where he will study Marine Biology this summer. Following the completion of his work at Duke, he will return to the University of Illinois to assume the duties of a teaching assistantship in the Biology Department. Larry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J .Leamy, 118 Cedar Lane. T. F. RICHARDSON gree at the Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis Monday. A graduate of the East Alton- Wood River High School, Dr Richardson earned his pre-med ical science degree in Mill! ken University, Decatur. He will serve one year internship in St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis. Dr. Richardson and his wife the former Miss Donna Rosen berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sam Rosenberg, Godfrey, are parents of a two-month-old daugh ter and reside at Holiday Gar liens, Overland, Mo. Climbs Geodesic Dome, His Fines., Costs Are $345 WOOD RIVER — A climb up and down the Union Tank Car Co. Dome on Old St. Louis Road and fighting with police officers Sunday cost Larry Ray Noascono, 19, of 100 W. Third St., Hartford, a total of $345 and costs. The charges to which Noascono pleaded guilty during a hearing before Police Magistrate O. W. Vernor Monday and the fines he was assessed were: aggravated assault, $100 and costs; resisting arrest, $50 and costs; destruction of city property, $170 and costs; trespassing on Union Tank Co, property, $25 and costs. The series of incidents started at 6:05 p.m. Sunday when police received a call that a man was atop the union tank dome. Arriving at the scene, Sgt. Clarence Vollintine ordered Noas- cono down. Ho complied and climbed over the 12-foot steel mesh fence surrounding the firm and surrendered. On the way to police headquarters, police said, Noascono offered resistance in the police car and during a struggle just outside the police station cracked the wind- ihield of the police car and broke the radio in the vehicle. After fining by Judge Vernor, Noascono, who was unable to pay the fines, was transferred to Madson County Jail at Edwardsville WSCS to Meet At South Roxana SOUTH ROXANA - The Wonen's Society of Christian Serv- ce of the Methodist Church will meet at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Mrs. Rosemary Smith will be hostesses and Mrs. Betty Pruett and Mrs. Eva Booker will have charge of the program. Ask Brass Cut LONDON—A private committee has recommended that the British Navy cut down the number of Admirals on its active lists. Cold Waves $ 3' 5 up Princess Benuty Salons 55 E, Ferguson, Wood River ! 118 E. Main, East Alton 1106 Milton Road, Alton NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED! School Drop-Out Study Okayed EDWARDSVILLE — A study of student drop-outs in Edwardsville Community Unit School District 7, scheduled to start this summer was approved by the board of education Monday. A committee representing elementary, junior and senior high schools will be formed to first evaluate the existing drop-o u t problem in the district, the curriculum coordinator, Edward Knies, told the board. Knies said information obtained could be used by elementary and junior high school teachers to identify the dropout-prone student before he reaches high school. He said a report on research and project in other school districts is needed in the project study. The board authorized an appropriation of $1,000 to hire per sonnel for the study. Payment of personnel is based on a scale of J2.50 per hour, not to exceed $250. A consultant is exp e c t e d to be obtained to assist with the study. Knies told the board that school dropout is a social problem and should be attacked as a social problem. In other action the board authorized investment of ?100,000 in Ihi bond and interest fund in U S. treasury bills to mature Dec .15, 1963, and expected to return in lerest of $1,469.33. Legion Likes Pledge Routine Of Supervisors EDWARDSVILLE — Chairman Harold Landolt and the Madison County Board of Supervisors were commended by Edwardsville American Legion Post 199, in a letter read at Monday's June board session, praising the new practice of reciting the "pledge of allegiance" at outset of each county board meeting. The practice was inaugurated upon Landolt's election as county board chairman and incorporated in the board rules. The commendatory letter, from Post Commander Quincy A. Nettleton Jr., reported that post 199 at its May 14 meeting approved the new practice and urged its perpetuation. Eldred News ELDRED — Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Clendenny are the parents of a son born June 3 at the 111! ni Hospital at Pittsfield. He ha; been named Merlin Dennis and has three brothers and a sister Friday guests at the Edward Havelka home were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Havelka of Cham' paign and Willard Hanke of Moro Mr. and Mrs. Max Brannan en. tertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the third birthday of their son, Kirby, at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Kenneth Brannan. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Osterman, Mrs. Florence Osterman, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schnelt and son, Mr. and Mrs. James Brannan and children, Keven and Beth Ann Brannan. Mrs. Terry Newton and Mrs. llenn Clendenen have received word of the death of their brother, Clayton Carreria, who was killed in an auto accident Sundy night in Hawaii. Adult Night ROXANA — From 8 to 10 p.m. :oday will be adult night at Roxana swimming pool. Any person 21 years of age or older is eligible. Collinsville Youth Kills Own Father COLLFNSVILLE, 111. (API—An 18-year-old Collinsville youth shot and killed his father Monday night during a family argument, the St. Clair County sheriff's office said today. A spokesman for the sheriff's office said William Sutton, 18, is being held pending a coroner's inquest in the death of his father. John Sutton, 42. Sutton told police he only meant to scare Ms father during the argument. Police said the elder Sutton was shot twice, once in the knee and the other time in the side with a shotgun. The youth is being held in the St. Clair County Jail. SchoolPurchases At East Alton Receive Okay EAST ALTON — Minor pur chases were approved Monday night by the School District 13 Board of Education. Purchases approved were: replacement of second grade furniture at Lincoln School; replace nient of shades at the junior high school; and a water heater foi the Eastwood School from the A.A.L.C.O. Plumbing Co., St Louis. The board also approved the removal of two trees at Washington School and one tree at Blair School. Mrs. Wydona James was em ployed as a full time teacher. She was formerly a half-day teacher. Jerome Podesva, superintendent, was authorized to attend the Illinois Association of Administrators meeting Oct. 13 through 15. Bills approved include payroll and replacement of anticipation warrants for 1962 and 1963. The bills totaled $211,618.36. Continued College To Stay Young SAN MATED, Calif. (AP)—A seaman, turned minister and latei newspaper owner will graduate from college next Sunday. Edwin Halcrow, 75, calls his attendance at College of San Mateo, "my own personal experience in geriatrics." Halcrow said he saw so iTiany people grow old and deteriorate le was determined not to have it happen to him. When he gets his associate in arts degree some of lis 20 grandchildren and 12 great- grandchildren will be on hand. DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry —Dial HO 2-2932 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Party Cakes Refugee Teacher Says Dictators Not New in Cuba WOOD RIVER — Dr. Leila Ro- diz, Cuban refugee who during the past year has taught Spanish in Wood River High School Monday noon addressed Rotarians on the Cuban situation as she sees it. "Fulgencio Batista was not the first dictator we had in our short governmental period, since we got independence from Spain," Dr. Rodiz said. The first was Machado in 1933, which fell after a few years and during the period of confusion that followed Batista started his climb to power. "A rebellion within the army brought Batista to power. In 1944, during an honest election, Dr. Grau San Martin won and after 11 years of government, part of the Batista left Cuba and went into exile. Dr. Rodiz told how Grau San Martin belonged to the "Authentic" political party and during his reign the people lost respect for the government. Commenting on Castro's regime, Dr. Rodiz said: "Castro's favorite argument in defending his regime is about the miserable conditions that existed in Cuba before he came to power but this is not true, as proven by referring to the economic and cultural life statistics for the country at that time. Following her talk, Dr. Rodiz answered questions from the floor. One questioner asked if the Cuban people were duped the came as Americans by Castro's robin hood type role proceeding his taking over in Cuba. She answered in the affirmitive and added that "today Fidel is merely figurehead for those running tlir government." Prisoners Escape With Prison Hound WHEELING, W. Va. Iff) — Police searched today for two prisoners who took special care to cover their tracks when they made their getaway Monday. They took the prison bloodhound with them. Authorities of Camp Fa i reliance a minimum-security branch of the state prison system, said the in mates had been assigned to train the dog to track prison escapees The fugitives, Harry B. Allen 34, and Clyde Shears Jr., 28, were serving 1 to 10-year terms for grand larceny. Topic 'Mercy 9 The Rev. John Henderson, pas tor of the Main Street Methodis Church, will speak on "That Al May Be of Mercy" at the Wednesday night prayer service at 7 o'clock. The church board will meet at 8 p.m. DR. LEILA RODIZ Jacoby's SHARDS & FOSTER fit a low, low Price/ Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Jlugs and Upholstery • i the safe way! i ^^ Duraclean 'flower fresh"cleaning shrinking! NO ruinous scrubbing! jColors come alive! I for FREE estimate | call 466-3993 DURACLEAN Rug & Upholstery Cleaners LADIES' JAMAICAS GROUP $ *f ONE— Reg. $2.95 M, GROUP $ O 95 TWO—Reg. $3.95 £ GROUP $ < 95 THREE—Reg. $4.95 & $5.95.. - The Blouson— smart wet or dry! 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