Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1963 · Page 7
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July 2, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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2,1963 Fireworks Display Is Planned at Greenfield — Hl6 Club and Iho City Council will will ngaln sponsor a fireworks display In observance of July d. •tftfties Nash Is general chairman eat wax Bet the wax • cut ot your eari With KERI0«Droo»t tmm , TY m{]Q ot arrangements. An extensive display of fireworks will start at dusk Thursday at the city lake. Gl'cciiflnld GttEENFIELD - Employes of Griffin's Market entertained at ft family picnic in the south city park Sunday evening honoring Mrs. Floyd Frnzler, who has re- Rigned to accept a position with (he Sample Insurance Agency. Cmdr. Francis Holmes, United States Air Force, a forffier*'resi- dent »! rjreeifteid, Mrs. Holmes attd then* childrefl, BoMld, Mft, and CSfldy 6f WftsHifigtofi, t). C.» vtetted Mh Mrs* Olive Green and with Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Barton Sunday. Mrs. Greet) accompanied them to a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Holmes near Palmyra. Mrs. Alder) Pires and son, Bill, of Jacksonville, spent Friday with Mrs. PIrcs' parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. W. F. Parks. Mrs. Pires has presented the Greenfield library with a complete set of the Golden Book Encyclopedia for children. Mr. aftd Mrs. bean Artiold and three children of Cocoa Beftdh, Ha*, af% VJsitlnf Ih this hbftte of Mrs. Afhold'S parents, Mr. and Mrs. Opal Mortis and with his parents of the Greenfield vicinity, Mrs* Fred Houlette has accompanied her daughter^ Mrs. Adolphus Sears and family of Morrisville, Ind., to California for a visit with relatives in Long Beach. Named State Offlw* GREENFIELD - M i S s Mary Sue Sonneborn, junior past Worthy advisor of Greenfield Assembly Order of Rainbow for Girls, was named to the office of grand nature at the Grand Assembly of Ralnbowr Girls In Chicago Sat- HOUSE FURNISHING COMPANY YOUR BUDGET DETERMINES YOUR TERMS Mis* SoTOiebOrti is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ancle Sonneborn abd will be a high school senior in the fall. Miss Gean Cole, worthy advisor of Greenfield Assembly, who also attended the sessions in Chicago, and Miss Sonneborn were members of the grand choir. They were accompanied by Mrs. Claude Linn, mother advisor. The Greenfield Rainbow Girls are planning a swimming party In Jacksonville nnd a trip lo the Municipal Opera in St. Louis in WAV S*LA1f IN DANCE MALL NEW YORK (AP) - A ballroom may becorrifi the auditorium for spectators at "Marathon '33," which the Actors Studio theater company plans to produce next fall. The play is by June Havoc and concerns the craze for nonstop dance contests of 30 years ago. Julie Harris is to star. It is felt that putting the exhibit into one of Broadway's "dime a dance" halls would enhance the desired atmosphere of realism. July and a trip on the Admiral from St. Louis in August. SIU Announces Promotion of 10 on Edwardsville Faculty Ten SIU faculty members at the Edwardsville campus have received promotions. 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'',-.., -T. k HOUSE FURNISHINO COMPANY fore coming to Sit) In 1660, Will act as head of humanities next year for Nicholas jftost, whd will ecture at the University at Nijmegen in Holland under a Fillbright award, A former Fulbright lecturer himself, Austin has been commissioned to write three books on three 19th century American humorists. They are to be part of a series of handbooks called Twayne's United States Authors Series, all written by specialists in their fields. Miss Brady cahie to SIU in 1957 from Madison College (Va.). cCo- nuthor of two textbooks In business education, she is the first woman to hold the rank of professor at Southern's Edwardsville Campus. Head Divisions Glynn and Kochman head the business and tine arts divisions at the Edwardsville Campus. Glynn was in charge of business administration at Parks College, St. Louis University, before coming to SIU in 1957. Co-author of an International Manual on the European Economic Community prepared by economists from six countries, he serves with the deans of the schools of business at Washington and St. Louis Universities and the University of Missouri on the Educational Activities Committee of the St. Louis Regional Export Expansion Council. Kochman was associate professor of speech and theatre at the University of North Dakota and at Alabama College before coming to SIU in 1960. His doctorate from the University of Wisconsin included work in speech, theatre and art history. Taylor was associate professor at Colgate University, professor and head of sociology at Macalester College, and adjunct professor of sociology at Randolph Macon Women's College before coming to SIU in 1959. He is coauthor of two textbooks, Your Marriage and How to Tell the School Story, 1960, the latter based on material he collected while serv ing as educational director of school-community relations in the Salt Lake City public schools. In 1961 he completed a study of The Senior Citizens of Belleville and East St. Louis. Associate Profwwflf* Confirmed as associate sots by the SIU board were Ham Bennewilz, Doha! Myef, Clellie Ousler, and David Randi. Bennewilz and Oursler have designed a freshman level course lor the expanded general studies program at siU,which presents math* emetics as a logical system" by providing rules for deduction and correct reasoning. Benilewltz, a University of Illinois Ph. D., came to SIU from the University of Southern California In I960. Oursler, whose doctorate Is from the Illinois Institute of Technology, was assistant professor of mathematics at Roosevelt and Indiana Universities before joining the SIU staff in 1959. Myer taught zoology at Ohio State University before coming to SIU in 1958. He is a member of the American Malachological Union, the American Microscopical Society, and the American Society of Parasitologists. He and Bennewilz and Oussler are members of Sigma IX, national honorary science fraternity. Rands served as research chemist at Monsanto Chemical Company in St. Louis for three years after taking his Ph. D. in physical and analytical chemistry at the State University of Iowa. A member of the American Chemical Society, his published research since joining the SIU staff in 1959 has been in the field of systematizing and controlling the manufacture of chemical fertilizers. Assistant Professor The SIU board named Glen Howerton assistant professor. Howerton, who came to SIU in 1960 from the Kansas City (Kans.) schools as an instructor in fine arts, exhibited a ceramic sculpture piece in the sixth annual Old Testament National Art Exhibition at Pius XII Library in St. Louis this year. Last year he showed a ceramic form in the 22nd Ceramis National Exhibit at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, N.Y., and he has also exhibited at the Nelson Art Gallery, Kansas City (Kans.), National Decorative Art and Ceramics Exhibit, Wichita, the Kalamazoo (Mich.) Institute of Art, the St. Louis Art Museum and the St. Louis Artist Guild Show. Rev. Tormohlen Elected Head of Southern Synod CL 4-0101 EDWARDSVILLE — The Rev. Robert F. Tormohlen, pastor of Eden Evangelical and Reformed Church, was elected president of the South Illinois Synod, an acting conference and association of the United Church of Christ, at a special meeting of the Synod Saturday at Lebanon. He succeeds the Rev. John L. Schmidt, who has held this office since February 1, 1958, and has resigned to accept the pastorate Former Carrolltoii Club Group Meets CARROLLTON — Members of the former Robin Hood Country Club met Sunday evening at the newly-remodeled home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brannan for a carry-in supper. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Three babies were born this week in Boyd Memorial Hospital. A daughter, their eighth child, was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Grueter of Carrollton. Mrs. Gruer ter is the former Rosemary John son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Johnson, also of Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Phaon Meek of White Hall are the parents .of a son born Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green of Carrollton are the parents of a daughter, born Monday. James Rhoads of Carrollton was admitted to the hospital Saturday as a surgical patient. Admitted Sunday as medical patients were Mrs, Lucy Dewey of Greenfield and Mrs. Patricia Pranger of Car- rolllon. Admitted Monday were Glenn Rhine of Medora and Mrs. Shirley Mohr of Wrights, both medical patients. Dismissed Sunday were Miss Connie Varble and Mjss Beverly Varble, both of Carrollton. Dismissed Monday were Ruben Varble and Mrs, Julianne Ostermann both of Carrollton; Mrs, Bird Cooley of Rockbridge, Mrs. Theresa Kaffer of White Hall, Lawrence GriffJn of Kane and Mrs, Irene McKinnon and son of Hamburg. of the Church of Peace in Rock Island, The Rev. Tormohlen was born in Holland, Ind., is a graduate-of Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, 111., and of Eden Theological Seminary in Webster Groves, Mo. Mrs.'Tormohlen is the former LaVern Lang and they are the parents of two children, George F. Tormohlen, a student at Eden Theological Seminary, and Miss Phyllis Tov- mohlen, a student of Illinois College in Jacksonville. Before coming to Edwardsville in September, 1953, the Rev. Tormohlen served pastorates In Cannelton, Ind., and Owensboro, Ky. Until May, 1963, he served for a period of 4 years as the Vice President of the Synodical Council and is presently a member of the joint study and advisory council of the United Church of Christ in Illinois. The South Illinois Synod is composed of 92 churches and approximately 32,000 members in the southern half of Illinois. Other members of the Synodical Council are the Rev. Victor H. Schoen, Highland, vice president; the Rev. Robert S. Maisch, Belleville, secretary; William H. Han- drjch of Belleville, treasurer; 'and R. 'Ralph Bedwell of Carbondale, member-at-large. The 'Rev. Tormohlen will immediately assume the duties of his new office oh;a part time basis and will serve _In a full time capacity when his resignation as pastor of Eden Church in Edwardsville becomes effective, , . LAGOS — An American firm will build a textile mill in Nigeria. Open 9 to 9 Won. to Sat. FINE PAINT FAMOUS WALLPAPER, ART MATERIALS EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Phon* 264-8QS8 TOO MANY BILLS? : If you ore unable to pay your payments, d*btf ( or.blli | when due, arrange payment; you,c,an now flffqrd.rfj,! of how mych o/ how miriy you, ONE PIAQS TO PAY NOT 4 I,0,AN ' fee or Call ALTON

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