Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 12, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 12, 1963
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Section 2 Pages 13*20 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Society EstabSished January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. To Install Pastor at Shipman and Dorchester In services at Shipman and Dorchester Lutheran churches Sunday, the Rev. James H. Haller will be Installed as the new pastor. Conducting the installation wil be the Rev. Dr. Elmer A. Nelson, Park Ridge, 111., president of the Illinois District of the American Lutheran Church. Assisting in the service will be the Rev. John H. Prange, a retired Lutheran pastor living in Litchfield. He had been serving the two church groups. Identical services will be conducted at 8 a.m. at Shipman, anc at 9:30 a.m. at Dorchester. The new pastor, his wife, and two children (ages 3 and 1) arrived in Shipman early this week, and will reside in the parsonage next to the Shipman church. A native of Wanamingo, Minn., the Rev. Haller graduated from Augsburg College in Minneapolis in 1959, and from Augsburg Seminary in Minneapolis in May ol this year. Although he is only 25 years old, and this will be his first parish as a pastor, he has had six months of interneship experience In large parishes, working under the supervision of experienced pastors. The two congregations in his pastorate are about equal in size —each numbering about 80 confirmed members. The new parish is the result ot a realignment ol parishes, since St. John's of Dorchester was formerly a part of the two-point parish, including Zion Lutheran of Gillespie, and the Shipman congregation was formerly served by a pastor who drove 40 miles from Harvel. A "potluck" dinner and recep- KEV. HALLER ion will be given for the new pas tor and his family by the two con gregations at Shipman Park Sun day at 1 p.m. Sumnierville Bible School to Close MEDORA — The Ladies Ai Society of Summerville Presby terian Church has postponed a meeting set for Friday because o the Bible school sessions thi week. The meeting has been re scheduled for Friday, June 21, a 1:30 p.m. at the church. The church will have its Bibl school program at 7:30 p.m. Fri day at the church. Prof. Walter Brueggeman of St Louis will speak at the Church Sunday at the 10 a.m. services ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE More Protection — Lower Cost No Membership Fee MILLERS' MUTUAL OF ILLINOIS INSURANCE t- AUTO • HOME BUSINESS Gene Davenport Office: HO 5-5561 After 6 p.m. 465-3711 Recreation Registration AtWoodRiver WOOD RIVER—Recreation Director Edward L. Emerick announced today that registration for the city playground program will be held Monday and Tuesday at the three city parks. Children 6 years old and over can register from 9 a.m. to 12 noon each day. The program for children will consist of organized games, tournaments, crafts and special events, Emerick said. This year's organized activities will include Softball, badminton, croquet, hopscotch, cork ball, tether ball, clock golf, archery, checkers and chess. The crafts program will feature coloring, painting crafts, strip plastic kits, molding etc. Special events will include the prettiest thing on wheels doll and car contests, pet show, craft show and an archery contest. A special outing will be held at the conclusion of the summer program. Eastern Star Plans WOOD RIVER—Masons and fathers will be honored in special ceremonies at _9 p.m. Thursday following the regular meeting of the Order • of Eastern Star in the Masonic Temple, Mrs. Howell Barnett, worthy matron, reports. 150 Participated In Wood River Sports Jamboree WOOD RIVER — A final tally of results of the Wood River 'ownship Jaycee-sponsored sports amboree shows that more than 50 children participated in 17 events. Bob Wilson who won the inter- nediate boys 100-yard dash did o with a time of 10.3 seconds. Cevin Grimsley won the running road jump with a leap of 18 feet, 0 inches. In the midget division 10-year- Id Bob Kissock won the baseball Growing event with a toss of 153 set, 10 and one-half inches. Pam 'reeman won the intermediate ;irls baseball throw with a toss f 204 feet nine inches. All winners in Saturday's meet re now eligible to represent the aycees in the district meet July 3 at Cahokia. Winners in that meet will then be eligible to com- ete in the state finals in August. Shipman Church Marks Annual Student Sunday SHIPMAN — Student Sunday was observed at the Shipman Methodist Church on Sunday when college students had charge of the service. The call to worship was by Jerry Halliday; Scripture reading, Tom Skaggs; responsive reading, John Holland Scott. The Rev. Don DuRall presented Testaments to the following students who have completed the eighth grade; Kathy Johnson, Paula Huddleston, JoAnn Stampe, Nicholas Alberts, Dick Lister, Dennis Dugan, Bill Schoeneman and Kenneth Beckham. Bibles were presented to the following who had completed l%h school; Marsha Halliday, Clara Leefers, Patsy Alberts, and Darryl Pointer. Student Recognition Sunday was observed at the Piasa Methodist Church and the following students were in charge: SOUR leader, Jan- ice Stevens; Unison, Janice Healey; response, Marilyn Darr; Scripture, Ramona Darr; prayer, Don Shanks; dedication, Forrest Healey; ushers, Jeanne Stevens, Sandra Duncan and Dorene Rice; benediction, Gaetha Canter. Lutheran Bible School SHIPMAN — The Lutheran Church has scheduled Bible School for June 17 through June 28, with sessions being from 9 to 11:30 a.m. daily. The Rev. James Haller will be superintendent of the school. Birthday Dinner SHIPMAN — Mrs. Charlotte Meyers of Wood River was honored with a dinner in observance of her birthday at Beaver Dam Lake Sunday. She received gifts from the guests who were: Mr. and Mrs. William File, Bill and Bob of Bunker Hill; Mr. and Mrs. William Stouffe and Teddy Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Otto U. Meyers. Receives Degree SHIPMAN — Bill Winslade, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Winslade, received a bachelor of science degree at graduation ceremonies held at Monmouth College in Mon- niputli on Monday. Mrs. Wayne Winslade and son, Bill, accompanied Dr. and Mrs. Winslade to Monmouth Monday. He will do graduate work next year at Northwestern University. . S. Aircraft Hit SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs, j Robert Barnett spent the weekend j By StOl'111 ill Viet Nam in Nashville, Term., where they met their sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barnett of Augusta, Ga., and Don of Birmingham, Ala., they spent the weekend together. The Prairie Dell Sunshine Club will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Virgil Stone home, with Mrs. Melvin Stone as co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Dupan and Dennis visited in Springfield Monday with. Mr. and Mrs. C. Schell. \V. SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) —Twenty three U.S. military aircraft were damaged at Saigon ait- port Tuesday night in a sudden storm. A military spokesman said some of the aircraft were badly damaged and there had been damage to building?. The damaged aircraft included 12 U.S. Army H21 troop carrier helicopters. I are guests of their parents, Mr. Mr .and Mrs. Robert Duncan iand Mrs. Colonel Spurgeon and and family of Evanston. Wyn.,>Mr. and Mrs. Lylc Duncan. MUNICH — A gas driven whis- y bottle opener has been intro- uced on the German market. f-> S-v |\>1 F=llffSJ ^XTIDISI '" ^il $$$ffijjjr ^*^^ ^i^^ • ^^ ' fc««^ • • ^^ ^^^% P P ^^f 9 ^Pj I STORM £ SCREEN kWINDOWS eDOORS 10 WINDOWS As Low As $4 QfT One Door FREE I \IU INSTALLED Hi-Lite Aluminum Combination Storm Door installed FREE with 10 triple track felt lined Aluminum Combination Storm Windows . . . installed at this low price. ACT NOW to get door free with windows! FOR THE BEST IN ALUMINUM SIDING AND WORKMANSHIP GET FREE ESTIMATES ON INSTALLED JOBS FROM US. 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