Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 14, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 14, 1963
Page 11
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Section 2 Pages 11'18 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY, JUKE 14,1963 7c Per Copy Spore* Amusements Classified Member of The Associated Press. PHILIP ENLOE DAVID BELANGER CHARLES W. GIBSON LAURIE DAVIS SANDRA ARNOLD DON HOUSER Jersey County Fair Parade Scheduled Carrollton Schools Want Bids on Work CARROLLTON - Carrollton Is ready to accept bids on painting that must be done in various schools in (he unit in preparation for next year. Any painter interested in this work should notify Louis Schreiter, superintendent of the school unit, as soon as possible. Bids will also be taken for glassing in the front porch on Carrollton High School and these bids will also be accepted by Schreiter. Any firm inlerested in supplying No. 200 Commercial fuel oil for (he 1963-1964 school year, Should also contact Schreiter. WILD, WILD WEST PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - The West isn't as modern as television makes it, if a sign in an East Phoenix laundry means anything. The customer warning states: "Do Not Wash Horse Blankets." Jersey State Fair Exhibitors of 25 Years Ago Plan June 23 Reunion JERSEYVILLE—A large group of people who were 4-H or junior exhibitors from Jersey County at the Illinois State Fair 25 years ago will have a reunion at the Jersey County Fairgrounds in Jcrscy- villc on June 23. C, T. Kibler of Bloomington, who was farm adviser here at that time and who promoted the work of the young people in the county and state fair activities, will be guest of honor. He served for 30 years as farm adviser in Jersey County. All who were 4-H'crs 25 years ago and their families will have a potluck picnic in the new 4-H building at (he Fairgrounds at 12:30 p.m. Friends of Mr. Kibler are invited to visit with him and the anniversary celebrants in the afternoon. Memorial Service A memorial service will be held in the afternoon for six of the group who are now deceased. They are Lawrence Kallal, Floyd Henoghan, Junior Day, Nicholas Stahl, Gregory Meuth and Robert Dopendahl. Other exhibitors were Josephine Gibbons, James Gibbons, Preston Randolph, Paul Christen, Thomas Randolph, John Randolph, Lyman Fleming, Helen Powel, William T. Kibler, Edwin Fessler, . Maurita Goctlen, Vincent Pearce, Richard Lock, Louise Lock, Mildred Lock, William Maupin, Edwin Schmeid er, Emma Mae Chandler, Virgil Searls, Margaret Schroeder, Marj orie Krueger. Vern Searls, William Vanaus- doll, Truman Vanausdoll, Harold Griswold, Donald Pellikan, Harold Downey, Betty Stanley, Lloyd Hencghan, Paul Roach, Paul Erb, Jean Margaret Landon, William D. Landon, Jack Ferenbach, Helen Kanallakan, Irene Ringhausen, Beulah Ringhausen, Clarence Arnold, Robert Krueger, Elizabeth Kallal, Virginia Kallal, Hubert Hunter, Milton Darr. Harold Krueger, Harry Sinclair, William Parsell, Keith Parsell, F. J. Sinclair, Junior Whitlock, MODEL A-100 198. With Trade $10.00 DOWN-$10.00 MONTH WORLD FAMOUS MAYTAG 'WRINGER ''• Giant 21 ! ? gal. j capacity • Heavy /L Duty Model " Famous /] Roll Over Water Ac 'J tion • Safety Balloon Rollers MODEL NX Trade $5.00 DOWN $5.00 MONTH COMPARE OUR PRICES ODH TERMS OUR BIG STOCK OF ALL MODELS OPEN MONDAY Plenty of FREE PARKING 11 :,:"' WE HAVE THE COMPLETE MAYTAG LINE! HOME FURN/SHfRS Raymond Schroeder, Laverne Tuetken, Kenneth Wieland, Vincent Schroeder, Robert Tracy, Elston Gaffney, Lois Jane Parsell, Ada Moore, Louis Nail, Charles Long, Virginia Long, Gregory Gibbons and William Fulkerson. New Facilities This group of exhibitors was the first State Fair people to use the new facilities at the state fairgrounds, including the boys' and girls' dormitories and cafeteria, and the new 4-H livestock pavilion for their entries. Mrs. Milton Darr, the former Virginia Kallal, and Mrs. Roger Brooks, who was Elizabeth Kallal, have sent out the letters to the 25-year-ago exhibitors telling them of the reunion plans. John Spears, who was an agriculture instructor in Jerseyville 25 years ago, Valentine Kallal, Bert Sinclair and Ralph Erb, who chaperoned the group at the state fair, and Mrs. Moreland (Ringhausen) Powell, who was office secretary at the Farm Bureau, have also been invited to attend. School Program at Greenfield Tonight GREENFIELD — The vacation Bible school, which has been in session two weeks at First Baptist Church, will close today with a program presented by the 4 Teachers Employed At Carrollton CARROLLTON — Miss Bonita L. Snyders, Miss Shelby Jean Mudd, Charles Robert Gray Jr., and Gary Pruden are teachers who have recently accepted positions in schools of Carrollton Community School Unit, according to an announcement Thursday by Louis C. Schreiter superintendent of the district. Schreiter also announced the resignations of Mrs. Gloria S 1 a v e n s and Geoffrey Moore. Miss Snyders is from Batchtown, and will teach the lower elementary physical education to both boys and girls and will also teach health and physical education to 7th and 8th grade girls. She replaces Jerry Overby who taught half time in the elementary schools last year and who has been reassigned at Carrollton High School in boy's physical education and assistant coaching, she will also assume part of the teaching load of Clinton Telle, who will be teaching at Poplar Bluff, Mo., next year. Miss Snyders holds a bachelor's degree in physical education from the College of Physical Education at the University of Illinois and was employed last year in the Greenview school system. Miss Mudd, who is a graduate of the Jerscyville High School and of the Alton branch of Southern JERSEYVILLE — The annual "Merchants Parade" of Jersc.v County Fair will be held at fa p.m. July 16 and "Holidays" ha.' been selected as the theme for the event. Merchants, business firms churches and organizations are being contacted and invited to participate. Charles Vanausdoll will again serve as parade marshal and Ivan Heiderscheid is general parade chairman. The fair queen contestants wil be especially honored and engraved trophies will be awardec to the winners in the six divisions First place trophies will be giv en in three divisions. Joe Susnig is chairman of botl the commercial float and horsi divisions in which first and second place trophies will be given Pistorius is also chairman of tto organization and church floats anc first and ' second place trophie will be given also in this category Those planning to participate in the parade are to notify the chair man of the division in which the> will compete, or the Parade Chairman, Ivan Heiderscheid. I is pointed out that the colors to be used in the decorations o the entries may be selected by the persons entering. •James L. Coombes, president o the fair association, has announc ed that all persons who bough box seats in the grandstand for the 1962 Jersey County Fair wil have first choice to retain tin same seats for this year's fair t be held July 14 through 20 Those desiring to keep their boxe may do so by writing immediate ly to Jersey County Fair Associa children at 7:30 p.m. 'at the * llinois Un 'versity, will teach art church. An exhibit of handwork accomplished during the two weeks will be on display in the social rooms of the church annex following the program. TRIMMING! SPRAYING! CALL FOR FAST EXPERT SERVICE 466-1840 STATE LICENSED MORGENROTH'S NURSERY in the local school replacing Miss Margaret Ward who will be teaching near her home in suburban Chicago. This is Miss Mudd's first teaching assignment. Charles Robert Gray of Kinmundy will teach English in the local school, replacing William Shade who resigned to accept a position in the Jerseyville Community School Unit. Gray is a graduate of the Kinmundy-Alma high school and also of the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Last year he taught English in the school in Oblong, 111. Gary Pruden is a graduate o* the Brown County High School at Mt. Sterling, 111. and the State Teacher's College at Kirksville, Mo. He will teach Boy's physical education in the upper element- ary grades and be a driver educa tion instructor in the high school. He will also seve as coach of the 7th and 8th grade basketball and [track teams at the Carrollton ele- Jmentary attendance center. He is married and he and his wife are the parents of two children. Mrs. Slavens, who resigned from the local school where she taught English II and speech last year, has accepted a teaching position in her home town, Jacksonville. Moore, who taught boy's physical education, driver education and was head football coach, resigned to go into retirement. Gerald Ditman, who has served as assistant football coach since coming to the Carrollton schools, will replace Moore as head football coach in the high school. NANCY CURRAN Wood River Scholarship Awards Made WOOD RIVER - Ten of the 27 Wood River Community High School graduates who this yeai lave received scholarships and the type each has received are: Sandra Arnold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Arnold, 191 East St. Louis Ave., Wood River, East Alton Women's Club Scholarship for nursing. Donald Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Baker, 613 Mildred, Illinois State scholarship. Judith Baker, whose receipt o: a teacher education scholarship was announced Thursday, also re ceived the Faculty Service Club scholarship. She is a daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Baker of 27 Harnett St. David Belanger, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Philip Belanger, 401 Geori;< St., James scholarship to Univer sity, Illinois State Scholarship (honorary), Madison Count;, Scholarship to University of Illi nois (four year tuition grant) and the National Merit Scholarship Commendation (honorary). Nancy Curran, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Peter F. Curran, 192 Valley Dr., East Alton, Illinois State Scholarship. Laurie Davis daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howaid Davis, 814 Bee Tree Lane, Eas Alton, Big Sisters Scholarship Illinois state scholarship anc county scholarship. Philip Enloe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Enloe, Rte. 1, East Alton, Southern Illinois University musical scholarship. Vance Ful kerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Van S. Fulkerson, 109 E. First St., Hartford, Illinois state scholarship. Charles W. Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson, 248 Eighth St., Illinois State Scholarship, and Don Houser, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Houser, 605 Hawthorne, who has been accepted in the McDonnell Aircraft Coop Program. DONALD BAKER VANCE FULKERSON WE'VE MOVED! NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN OUR NEW LOCATION 1633 WASHINGTON AVE. (Washington Square Shopping Center) UPPER ALTON Thurs,, Fri., Sat. - June 13-14-15 intercontinental missiles have a range of 5,000 miles and it is expected this will soon be doubled. tion, Box 354 Jerseyville or phone 139. Coombes pointed out that there is a large waiting list which makes it necessary for fair officials to find out how many 1962 lox seat holders expect to retain their boxes. 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