Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1963 · Page 8
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July 6, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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VAtIB ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUL¥ 0,1963 T[/J?IV GYM INTO DRESSER ROOM Dressers from every dormitory room vated. The huge job is planned for com- in Monticello College are stacked in the plelion, before school opens, gym while the rooms are being reno- Project at Monti Totals $300,000 The biggest remodeling job in the history of Monticello College, costing more than $300,000, is under way and expected to be completed by the opening of school in September. Every dormitory room at t h e college will be renovated with new electric wiring, doors, ceilings and floors, closets and heating controls. Also, every room will be completely redecorated. In addition to remodeling of the rooms, every bath facility will be newly equipped with the most modern facilities available. All college buildings are receiving new roofs. For' student safety, all existing staircases are being removed and new fireproof, smoke sealed, stairs are being installed. A new electronic fire alarm system is being installed, along with emergency lighting facilities. Exterior fire es capes will be inspected and those needing it will be improved. Dr. Duncan Wimpress, Monticello president, said the remodeling was only the beginning of an extensive program to make Monticello's "already fine facilities even better." This fall, he pointed out, the new $2 million "Theatron" will be formally dedicated, and it will contain $15,000 worth of new language laboratory sound equipment. "This promises to be one of the greatest years Monticello has ever experienced in its 127-year history," he added. The general contract for the remodeling is held by Hellrung Construction Co., Alton. Mrs. Lydia Dorr Rites Conducted WORDEN — Funeral services for Mrs. Lydia Dorr, 77, who died June 29, were held Tuesday afternoon at Trinity Lutheran Church with the Rev. W. L. Stellwagen officiating. Pallbearers were Bley C. Grant, Etlward G. Opel, Irvin Emrich, Melvin Zirges, Bernard Sandbach and Herbert Peters. Burial was in Worden Lutheran Cemetery. Ooton Reunion WORDEN — The Ooton reunion was held Thursday at Greenville Lake. Guests were present from St. Louis, East St. Louis, Effingham, Highland, Ramsey, Staunton, Edwardsville, Decatur, Marine, Poag, Warden and Kansas. Hospital Notes WORDEN — August H.Zirges has returned home from Alton Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Hazel Phillips is a patient at Community Memorial Hospital in Staunton. Kane Recipe for Longevity SINGAPORE (AP) — A Malay woman who claims to be 133 years old says prayer is the recipe for longevity. She said prayers offered five times a day for long life and happiness have helped her achieve both. KANE — Mrs. Ray Cooper re^ turned home Wednesday from Alton Memorial Hospital. Tracie Cummings, young dauglv ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cummings of Kane, fell Wednesday of] a chair onto a concrete step and lacerated her head. She was taken to the Jersey Community Hospi tal for treatment. Airman James Crotchett of Cha nute Field, Rantoul, arrived her< Wednesday for a visit with h i i mother, Mrs. Ross Crotchelt. Donna Devening, six-year- o 1 d daughter of William Devening, fel Firemen Plan Picnic at Prairietown PRAIRIETOWN — Plans for he annual firemen's picnic were completed by the volunteer fire- nen Wednesday evening. The picnic will be held July 20 and 12 at the Firemen's Park. Prairietown Notes PRAIRIETOWN — Gilbert Guse- velle is a patient at Highland Hospital with a fractured leg. St. Peter's Lutheran congregation will meet Monday evening at 8:30 in the school basement. Joseph Schaefer of Chicago spent everal days here visiting rela- ives and friends this week. Edgar Lorson left Wednesday for Miami, Okla., for a few-days visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schaefer and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ruyle are vacationing in the Ozarks this weekend. Walter Schwalb and children of Lombard are visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Schwalb. Standard Oil Annuitants to Meet Tuesday WOOD RIVER — The monthly meeting of the Standard Oil Annuitants Club slated for 12 noon Tuesday will feature a basket lunch at the Standard Torch Club. Members are requested to bring their own table service. Mrs. Ray Kirchner who will be in charge of dinner arrangements, reports there will be a short business meeting following the meal. 10 Days Left V To Apply for Police Jobs SPRINGFIELD, 111. — There are just 10 days left during which interested applicants can file for positions as an Illinois State Trooper or State Police Woman L. F. Tomlinson of West Frankfort, chairman of the State Police Merit Board, said today. An estimated 40 to 50 Vacancies on the Slate Police Force will be be filled by competitive exzmina tions some time in August. One o these positions will be that of State Police Woman. Applicants have until July 15 to make appli cation to the State Police Meri Springfield. Stale Police Officers are under a merit system whicl insures them a future with sc curity and with pension and retire ment benefits. Any man between the ages o 21 and 33, inclusive, who possess es a high school diploma or higl school equivalency certificate is sued by a County Superintenden of Schools, and who is at leas 5 feet 9 inches tall without shoes and nol over 6 feet 4 inches, is eligible to apply. Women appli cants must be between the age: of 25 and 40, inclusive, have an education similar to that of the male applicants and be at leas 5 feet 2 inches tall, but not ovei 5 feet 9 inches, without shoes. In addition, a woman applican must mase had at least five years employment in social, group, pro bation, parole or penological work or in law enforcement, or as nurse, teacher or investigator and must be a qualified steno graphei", or must have graduater from college and have had one 01 more years of employment of the type indicated, including stenogra phic ability. Announce Services For South Roxana SOUTH ROXANA — The Rev R. M. Mapes, pastor of Firs Southern Baptist Church, w i 1 use the subject "Four Certainties of Christianity" at the 10:45 am service and "Falling Away" at the 7:30 p.m. service. The Rev. Bob Jones, pastor o the Bethel Free-will Baptis Church, will conduct the 10:45 a m. and 7:30-pun. service Sunday and there/will be a special busi ness meeting after the evening service. The'Rev."Rickey George, pastor ot Wanda and South Roxana Meth odist Churches, will speak at ia.m: Sunday at Wanda and 11 a.m at South Roxana. Sunday schoo at both churches is at 10 a.m The 7:30 p.m. service will be a Wanda, followed at 8:30 p.m. bj Greene County Fair Queen To Be Chosen Monday Night CARROLLTON - Miss Nolle 1 Witt, secretary of Greene County Fair, announced Friday that to dale there are 20 contestants in the annual beauty contest to set for Monday at 8 p.m. at the Greene County Fair. Entries close Monday and t h e group already in the contest met Friday evening at Carrollton High School to practise for the event. Everett Mehl of Carrollton and Mrs. Clyde Cole ot Greenfield, will preside. Stuart Fltzsimmons is the overall chairman of the contest and he is being assisted by his daughter, Miss Elizabeth FiUsimmons of Springfield, a former queen, who met with the contestants Friday evening. The retiring queen, Miss Sherryl Trusty of Eldred, will crown the new queen. All livestock entries are heavy this year, with the possible exception of the dairy department. All entries closed at 5 p.m. Friday, but the sheep department was so full that it was necessary to close that Friday morning, with 600 sheep already entered. Greene County Farm Bureau day will be Tuesday and at 1:30 p.m. there will be a tractor rodeo for all girls and boys in t h fi county between the ages of 14 and 20. There will also be Greased Pig Chase at 3:30 p.m. in front of the grandstand and the winners keep their pigs with a promise to furnish a pig for the chase next year. The chase is open to boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 20 and the girls will not compete against the boys this year. The harness racing program will open Tuesday at 8 p.m. and continue nightly through Friday. There will be pony juding Wednesday at 1 p.m. and there will be a horse-pulling contest Friday at 1 p.m. The fair will officially open Monday. TRIPPED OVER THE PAST MAUMEE, Ohio Iff) — Ricky Gulvas, 15, appears to have stumbled, literally, over a relic of the War of 1812. He stubbed his toe while playing along the banks of the Maumee River near his home. Look ing down, he found a half-buried cannonball. The spot is across the river from the site of Fort Meigs, and Maumee historians think the shot may have been fired during a siege a century and a half ago. the Wanda official board meeting. Dads' Auxiliary SOUTH ROXANA — The Dads' Club Auxiliary will have a business meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the clubhouse in the park, Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MEOICAL tfiss Vonna Lawrence, East Alton Richard King, 9l2a Royal. Susan Roberts, 2824 Edwards. Mrs. Lizzie Summers, Hartford. Mrs. Ida Hay, Wood River. John Harvotich, Wood River. SUKG1CAL Arnie* Cuneo, 2727 Viewland. Stanley Hawkins, Cottage Hills. Mary S. Born, East Alton. Mrs. Melba Wadlow, 14 W. Elm. Mrs, Theal Riechmann, West Alton, Mo. , .• Thomas Friend, 602a Belle. Mrs, Lucy Jacoby, Godfrey. Mark McElroy, 3404 Milton Rd. Elizabeth Short, 2913 Buena Vista DISMISSALS Mrs. Mary Legate, Dorsey. Mrs. M. Isenberg, Godfrey. Mrs. Audrey Gann, Granite City. Mrs. Helen Cash, Alton. Mrs. Margaret Wolf, 619 E. Ninth. Carol Hancock, 309 Elm. Phillip Moxey, 3613 Franor. Thelma Hunter, 3385 Oscar. Mrs, Joe Jones, Roxana. Mrs. Edith Lawrence, Godfrey. Mrs. Ruby Rushing, Brighton. Matthew Napoli, Wood River. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Velma Surgeon, Hardin. Rev. John Lillard, Jerseyville. Mrs. Gerald Blumenbuerg, Hamburg.' Mrs. William Warix, Alton. Lucus Tepen, Meppen. DISMISSALS Mrs. Harold Eberlin, Golden Eagle. William Gates, Fieldon. Mrs. Harold Griffin, Jerseyville. Mrs. Chester Grizzle, Jerseyville Ray Lacy, 'Jerseyville. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Marie Lampert, 1127 Warren Larry E. Phillips, Rte. 2, Edwardsville. Lawrence Rowling, Grafton. Mrs. Josephine Hotson, 649 Third, Wood River. Hollis West, 559 St. Louis Ave., East Alton. DISMISSALS William Gratiaiv Sr., 2439 Maxey. Mrs. Jessie Semori, Main Street Nursing Home. Lloyd Willard, Staunton. Mrs. Bonny Yager, 412 Rozier. Mrs. Lillian Schriber, 144 Airline. Mrs. Birdie Isaacs, 1805 Sycamore. St. Joseph s MEDICAL Eugene Furr, 1322 E. Fourth. Mrs. Clara Payne, 237 Wood River Ave., Wood River. Carl Barenreuther, 256 Madison. Mrs. Mary Bick, Arlington, Ky. Thomas Edward, 774 Park. William Mnyberry, Edwardsville. Mrs. Etta Arnold, Cottage Hills. SUllGlCAL Mrs. Cynthia Cleveland, Jerseyville. James Kwarta, Cottage 1 Hills. William Henson, 606 Emerald. Miss Debra Cole, South Roxana. Mrs. Ruth Wilson, Soul!} Roxana. DISMISSALS Miss Lorraine Helgert, Staunton. Mrs. Bertha Gieker, 212 Cherry. Miss Ton! Lafferty, 638 E. Fifth. Louis Landre, Rte. 2, Godfrey. Mrs. Helen Moore, Hartford. Miss Susan Olson, 1638 Jersey. Mrs. Carol Ontis, 613 Arch. Mrs. Melissa Peeler, Hardin. Mrs. Esther Scroggins, 1127 Seller Mrs. Anne Sullivan, 1207 Logan. Mrs. Mary Thornton, 1158 Vernle Mrs. Agnes Wtnslow, 519 Park. Mrs. Georgia Winston, 2201 Loc ust. Charley Withers, East Alton. Mrs. Lois Leuck, Wood River. Mrs. Joann Tunehorst, Godfrey Wood River Township MEDICAL Adolphus L. Anglin, 265 W. W Nineteenth, Alton. Jack G. Hawk, 106 Main, East Alton. William Wathern Jr., 141 Ninth Frank Ledford, 277 Seventh. Willis Hclmantoler, 620 N. First SURGICAL Daniel, Richard, Janet, and Mrs Norma Stearns, Memphis, Tenn DISMISSALS Mrs. Linda Conkrite, East Alton Mrs. Orpha Warren, S. Roxana Mrs. Nellie Gilleland, Cottage Hills. Mark Brown, Hartford. Mrs. Frances Evoy, Bethalto. Mrs. Maude 'Jones, Hartford. Bethalto Church Services Announced BETHALTO — The Rev. Leo L Copeland, pastor of Bethalto Meth odist Church, will speak- on 'What's Around the Corner" a the morning worship service! Sunday. •'.'•• Services at the church are as follows: morning worship at 8:30 a.m.; church school at 9:30; sec ond morning worship at 10:30; and evening worship at 7:30. Growth beyond Understanding will be the topic of the Rev. D A. Burnette, pastor of Zion Luth eran Church of Bethalto. 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