Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1963 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 13, 1963
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Section 2 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sports Amusement! Classified Established January 15, 1S36. ALTON, ILL.. THURSDAY, JUNE 13,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Township Sewer Meetings Slated WOOD RIVER—Two June pub He informational meetings hav been scheduled for Wood Rive Township Sanitary District's pro posed $965,000 bond issue to £ nance the construction of a sew erage system, Aaron Martin sewer district chairman, told th Telegraph today. June 20, is the date of the bond issue's referendum. Informational meetings are June 18 at 8 p.m. in the Cottage Hills Grade School gym and June 20 at 8 p.m. in St. Kevin's Catholic Church basement, Rose wood Heights. The sewer district comprises Rosewood Heights, Cottage Hills and Forest Homes areas, If the sewer project is approved, al residents will be required to con nect to the sewer system. The proposed project will cosi an estimated $3,300,000. .The 5965,000 general obligation bond issue must be passed by the vot ers before the sanitary district can pass an ordinance calling for the issuance of $2,335,000 in revenue bonds, an official reported. A representative from the state public health department and sewer district engineers will be available for questions at the public meetings June 18 and 20 Informational pamphlets will be distributed by volunteer workers and Boy Scouts throughout the three areas. Carrollton Honor Roll Announced CARROLLTON - Guy 0. Petty, principal of Carrollton High School, is announcing the semester and six week period high honor rolls this week. On the semester high honor rolls are Jim Hamilton, Terry Hillig, Marsha Journey and Kenny Stan- defrr of the senior class; Jon Baker, junior class; Donna Scoggins and Cheryl Willenburg, sophomores; Melvin Diehl, Janet Gettings, Nancy Hamann and Dick Pressler of freshmen. On the semester honor roll? from the senior class are John Baldwin, Steve Black, Karen Booth, Dick Clough, Marilyn Edwards, Bob Gillingham, Gene Gourley, Mike Kania, Rick McLane, Allen Leininger, Marilyn Mehl, Barbara Robinson, John Robinson, John Robinson, Carolyn Varble and Gerald Williams. Juniors, Vicki Bechdoldt, Judy Blackstone, Carolyn Day, Connie Day, Paul Gerson, Dale Getlings, Ron Hetelle, Mary Lou Hurt, John Kinser, Sue Moeller, Pat Robinson, Mary Beth Roth, Bill Tuey, Mike Varble, Bob Walker, Kayo Welch, Jim Williams and Judy Willenweber. Sophomores, Rick Barnett, Bet tina Camden, John Clough, Eric Cunningham, David Dailey, Charles Goewey, David Ivers, Carl Maupin, Jeanette Meek, Debbie Pranger, Barbara Prough, Russell Ross, Nolan Shireman, Kathy Staples, Betty Stuart, Jeanne Thien, Becky Tozer, and Janet Waitkus. Freshmen, Barbara Alfeld, Audrey Brennan, Bonna Burger, John Clafin, Jane Cunningham, Joe Davidson, Bill Flatt, Martha Kinser, Linda Little, Sue McClas- son, Bob Roads, John Roll, Jane Tapen, Loretta Tolbert and Melody Varble. Firemen at Shipman Name New Officers SHIPMAN — The local fire department Monday evening elected the following new officers; Fire chief, James Whitte•man; assistant chief; William Mills; president, Otto Meyers; vice president, Elvis Gossett; secretary and treasurer, Kenneth Breitwiser; trustees, Orville Foiles, Lloyd Wiltshire and Kenneth Holloway. The new fire engine has arrived and the 24 fireman have been practicing using the new equipment. Kenneth Holloway and Ray Haworth attended a fireman's training school at University of Illinoig Tuesday, 4-H Meeting SHIPMAN — The Piasa Birds 4-H club met Tuesday at t h e Methodist annex in Piasa, and plans were completed for the annual "project day" when members and their families will have a picnic dinner on July 4 at the Shipman Park, then tour homes to -see projects. Jerry Odell and Charles Dan- gave demonstrations. Mrs. Kenneth Lahr served refreshments. LONDON—An English nightclub comic reports having great success telling dirty jokes and billing his show as "plain smut". 112 Enrolled At Shipinaii SHIPMAN - The Bible School at the Methodist Church is under way, with 112 enrolled. Mrs; Kenneth Breitwiser is the principal, Mrs. W. 0. Kahl, song leader; Miss Marsha Halliday, registrar; Miss Mary Lea Bohlmeyer, pianist. A parade was held through the business section Monday. Teachers are: Mrs. Don Du Rail, Mrs. Robert Foiles, Mrs. Marvin Matlack, Mrs. Gene Thomae, Mrs. Roy Baker, Mrs. Dan Baker and the Rev. Don DuRall. Helpers are: Mrs. Dean Hart, Mrs. Kenneth Archer Jr., Mrs. Marlin Archer, Mrs. Don Metzger, Mrs. Floyd Wiltshire, Mary Loy Halliday, Kathy John- ion, Judy and Janice Rutherford, Nancy Loveless, Mary Ellen Breitwiser, Paula Huddleston, JoAnn Stampe, Linda Morehead, Miss Rhodes, Kay and Nancy Fouls, Mary Jo Cameron, Jill Pointer, andn Diann Baker. Swiss Expell Two Israeli Agents BASEL, Switzerland (AP)—Two Israeli agents have been expelled rom Switzerland after a Swiss court convicted them of threaten- ng a German scientist, Dr. Paul oercke, who is developing mis- iles for the United Arab Repub- ic. NEW SAILBOAT HARBOR A new harbor for sailing craft has been scoured be space for a hundred sailboats, a clubhouse and out of the river bank above Harbor Point, in an en- parking areas when all completed, largement of the facilities across the river. There will Try-Outs Tonight for Wood River Summer Play 'WOOD RIVER — At 7 p.m. today at Wood River Jiveland, tryouts will be held for the summer play to be produced by the Com- munity Players, a group of high school and college students from East Alton, Roxana, and Wood River. The play selected by Rich- ard Claridge, director, is "The Would-BE Gentleman," by the French comedy writer Moliere. Try outs are open to any inter- ested college or high -school student of the community. The play will be presented at Jiveland July 25 and 27. span the seasons with cotton Stage Set for Opening of Greene County Fair July 8 CARROLLTON — The 108thI Wednesday in addition to the Greene County Agricultural Fail- will open Monday, July 8, at Greene County Fairgrounds east of Carrollton on Rte. 108. Feature of the opening day will be the annual crowning of the queen of the fair. Prior to the beauty contest there will be the annual 4-H club style revue and the program will open at 8 p.m. No program is planned for the day as the gales will open at 8 a.m. to receive entries in the various departments in which prizes are offered. The night harness racing program will open Tuesday at 8 p. m. and will continue through Friday evening. Tuesday is known as Farm Bureau and Homemaker's Extensions day and a Farm Bureau sponsored program is being planned fo rtlie afternoon beginning at 1:30 p.m. night racing there will be pony judging and a steer show at 1 p. m. before the grandstand. Four-H Club day will be Thursday and the day will be spent in judging the 4-H entries. Friday will be FFA day and the FFA entries will be judged. There will also be a horse pulling contest at 1 p.m. followed by the last horse racing program of the fair at 8 p.m. Officers this year are R. D. Lemons, Carrollton. president; Carl Wright, Greenfield, first vice-president; George Graham, Carrollton, second vice-president; Paul Roach, Carrollton, treasurer; Miss Nelle Witt, Carrollton, secretary; Mrs. Reta Smith, Greenfield, assistant secretary. Members of the board of directors arc Ralph Strang, John Voiles, Carl Wright, George Cory, Vernon Reynolds, Henry Steinacher, James Parks, George Graham, Stuart FKzsimmons, Felter Stevens, Tom Ballard, Kenneth Edwards, Carl D. Winters Sr,, R. D. Lemons, Joe Hartman and Paul Roach. Cainpersliip Awarcl To Jersey Girl JERSEYVILLE — Miss Carmelita Isringhuasen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Isringhausen of Jerseyville, is recipient of a campership award, presented by Mrs. Mark Rintoul, immediate past president of the Jerseyville Junior Woman's Club, sponsors of Girl Scout Troop 603, of which rarmelita is a member. Miss Isringhausen has chosen to attend the camping session beginning July 18 and ending July 27. a. Plaid blouse 4.98 Bermuda walker 6.95 b. Plaid blazer 11,98 Plaid slim skirt 7.98 c. Plaid blouse 4.98 Solid wrap skirt 9.98 d. Plaid V-neck tunic 4.98 Italian collar blouse ...4.98 Plaid bermuda 6.95 REGISTER DAD for a day at the ball game in St. Louis. Baseball tickets for four. inning Drawing to be held Saturday JUNE IS at 4P.M. Arrow . tissue oxford cloth with a tab button down collar—white, blue, S5. Manhattan ..oxford cloth taper tab collar. White, blue. $5. Shapely . . . spicy pin striped oxford cloth, grip tab collar. Blue, red, grey. S4. p aids Myers Brothers—Downtown Alton Tab your pick of our plaids—and add a dash of solids, And what do you have? The summer-cool comfort of fin* tombed cotton with a nice fall colored flavor. Snappy separate that get together fashionably for your day-time, play-tirnt, dat»-tim» doings. All, sizes 5 to 15. a terrific ine drive i the right direction n DRESS SHIRTS You can bet there'll be no error on this play . . . Dad will enjoy the cool comfort and smart good looks of a short sleeve dress shirt till the season ends. Come see these famous five . . . among our Fig League line-up of gifts for Dad! Myers Brothers—Down/own Alton

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