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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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2 13*20 LTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Ctnsttlflcd Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, JULY 8,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press* Alton Memorial Joseph Curdle, 1910 Pnrk. Mrs. Mary teirt, Medorn. Mrs. Helen Kaveler, 914 McPher- SOM. Leo Zlmmcr, College Avenue. Richard Pholps, 404 E. 10th. Louis Boedcker. 711 Lnmpert. Mrs. Cora Creeling, East Alton. Mrs. Bobbie Kueker, Bethnllo. Marry Morris, 3648 Western. Leo Bracken, Wood River. Mrs. Catherine Henderson, Godfrey. Cynthln Aldrich, 423 George. Edward Thomas, Bclhnlto. John S. Moore, 3405 McArlhur. Tori Lynn Orrlll, 112 McKinley. Mrs. Margaret Douglas, E. Alton. SURGICAL George Keller, 1101 Douglas. Mrs, Marcclla Ray, Bcthiillo. Mrs. Hazel Walker, East Alton. Tom Brumloy, Wood River. Mrs. Grace Plttenger, Grafton. Gerald Oselnnd, 2001 Clnwson. Howard Calhorall, Bethalto. Mrs. Marie Spalz, 332G Belle. Thomas Jones, 2026 Henry. Kym Schumacher, Edwardsvllle. William Johnson, 510 Miller. Mary Howard, 3110 Burton. Patricia Dycus, Wood Kivor. DISMISSALS Virgil BuiTis, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Sadie Campbell, Dow. Mrs. Mary Smith,- Bunker Hill. Mrs. Maxinc Cloninger, Cottage Hills. Raymond Stoyo, 2102 Amelia. Timothy Hanlon, 1025 Easton. Carol Garland, Easl Alton. Theal Riochmann, West Alton. Mrs. Barbara Endicolt, Cottage Mills. Francis Ncathammor, Edwnrds- ville. James Simpson, East Alton. Mrs. Joan Kelly, East Allon. Mrs. Mary Witt, Plainvicw. Mrs, Susan O'Neill, 800 Alton. Mrs. Barbara Wood, Edwardsvllle Darwin Frailey, Wood River. Hospital Notes Elizabeth Short, 2913 Buena Vista Mark McElroy, 3404 Milton. Frank Harris, 920 Burns. Harold Melsenhclmer, 322 Condlt John Foster, Glen Carbon. Mrs. Maude Younger, Godfrey. Danny Churchman, Godfrey. Larry Bollard, Carrollton. Jonnn Tnravelin, Cottage Hills. Arnle Cunoo, 2727 Viewland. Brcnda, Linda and Sharon Rutledge, Brighton. Mrs. Elecla llcrron, Hardin. Mrs. Jisela Garrldo, 4500 College. John Ewing, Rockbrldgc. Mrs. Lula Jackson, 1231 Brown. Henry Schreiner, Slaunlon. Wcldon Hill, Godfrey. Rexin Ricliards, 181!) Maple. Miss Eli/abeth Lucr, 91 Elm. Mrs. Betty Hayden, East Alton. Mrs. Carol Ogle, East Alton. Wood River Township MIfiDlCAL Ronald Stanley, 3520 Fullcrton. Lorelta McCormick, Hartford. Herbert Davis, Rlc. 1, Bcthallo. Andrew Moellor, 3531 Franor. Mrs. Maude Jones, Hartford. Cordcll Hoots, 27!) Mailer, E. Alton Russell Pinkerton, 131 Eaton. Mrs. Marie Lowe, 115 Park. Jon M. Dunham, Springfield. Mrs. Belly McDowell, S. Roxana. Mrs, Opal Cox, South Roxana. Mrs. Elva Mock, Now Douglas. Melvin Johnson, South Roxana. SURGICAL Robert McGowen; Godfrey. James E. Bilger, Scottvillc. Ronald Goode, Hartford. Mrs. Lucille Richardson, Cottage Hills. Sheila Stoddard, Rle. 1, Moro. Mrs. Dorothy Curtis, S. Roxana. DISMISSALS Frank Lcdford, 277 Seventh. Galen Smith, East Allon. Mrs. Pearl Dunham, 546 N. First. Ray D. Harrison, 245 Thirteenth. Rollin Welch, Bethalto. Mrs. Ollie Robertson, East Alton. Melvin Duncan, Belhalto. Mrs. Elizabeth McClcery, 2507 Alfaretla. William Carson, 208 Broadway. Brenl Kessingnr, Brighton. Mrs. Nina Allen, 614 E. 16th. Mrs. Muril Ewin, Medorn. Mrs. JoAnn Exlon, 116 S. 14th, Wood River. David A. Roe, 1814 Ervny. Mrs. Irma Stone, Rte. 1, Shipman DISMISSALS Mrs. Augusta Gallinot, Bethalto. Mrs, Adaline Drury, Godfrey. Jnmcs F. Fltppo, 3064 Alby. Mrs. Edna Kesslor, Rte. 3, Jer- seyvillc. Mrs. Pauline Stubblefield, Rlc. 1, Shipman. Janet Yenrwood, 524 Belle. Miss Barbara Gremer, Rte. 2, Edwardsvllle. Jersey Community MICDICAL Mrs. Alice Breitweiser, Jersey- vllle. Mrs. Charles Chandler, Dow. ONOfON HEARING AID CENTER If you can hear but don't understand, Sonotone would like to help you. 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Clyde Austin, Rte. 4, Edwardsvllle Randcl Vewell, Cottage Hills. Miss Tina Moore, 39 Lovejoy. SURGICAL Mrs. Katherine Draper, 1623 E. Broadway. Mrs. Beverly Roark, West Alton. Mrs. Eleanor Clinc, Edwardsville Eugene DuVall, 3724 Berkeley, Mrs. Anna Bund, 108 Hodge. Mrs. Jeannine Garvey, Godfrey. Alfred Smith, Godfrey. Mrs. Matilda Meyers, 42 Carstens, Wood River. Wilbert Gremer, Rte. 2, Edwardsville. Earl Kirby, Rte. 1, Bethalto. diaries Campbell, 1420 E. 4th. Russell Reynolds, West Alton. Miss Jane Beirman, Jerseyville. Mrs. Elizabeth Show, 18 E. 5th. DISMISSALS Donald Bollini, Godfrey. Mrs. Cora Chaffer, 1306 State. Randy Dare, Rte. 2, Brighton. Roy Davis, Wood River. Mrs. Roberta Duff, 1111 E. Fifth. Eugene Furr, 1322 E. Fourth. Mrs. Emma Gourley, Hartford. Mrs. Ruth Head, Wood River. Mrs. Patsie Hoppe, Bethalto. C. Truman Hulse, Edwardsville. Mrs. Jeannie Lawspn, Bethalto. Edward Lehr, Hardin. Mrs. Alice McCormick, 1918 Main Mrs. Dorothy Mandorca, 1017 Diamond. Mrs. Alice Pickerel, Wood Rivei Mrs. Constance Sclimid, Wood River. Donald Shewmake, Wood River Mrs. Patricia Talley, Fieldon. Mrs. Nancy Telkamp, 229 Dooley Mrs. Wanda Wintjen, Hartford. Mrs. Edna Grace, Alton. William Henson, 606 Emerald. Mrs. Beverly Hodge, Cottage Hill MID-SUMMER SALE! performance GULISTAN CARPET ' •TRADEMAKK Registered 501 NYLON 2 BecrufifuJ Colors ROLL ENDS and REMNANTS Available at CLEARANCE PRICES! CALL 259-3613 Top 4*H Members Named at Greene FRED MUTZ Open Fii-Mon, 9 to 9 Tues,, Wed,, Thurs,, Sat, 9 to 5 Evenings by Appointment • COMMERCIAL OR RESIDENTIAL INSTALLATIONS BOB MUTZ BOB CAFFERY • We'll Bring Samples To Your Home Finance Your Rug or Wall-To-Wall Carpeting,.. 75% of the Proud Owners Do! 85 South Ninth Rj«e>voafl Heights Large Enough to Serve You —r SmaJJ Enough fp Know You/ ' CARRROLLTON - Two hund- •ed nnd forty six Home Economics 4-H Club members exhibited heir work nl the nnniml Greene County 4-11 Club Achievement Friday nt Carrolllon School. The projects were Indeed, girls selected lo represent. 'he county in Ihe style revue ;it ilie Illinois State Fair and I h c ?armenls were also selected which will be exhibited at Greene County Fair this evening. Modeling at the fair will be Vniicy Tuey, Ruth Ann Lemons, Margaret Elmore, Cheryl Clark find Margaret Ballnrd. Their al- lernnles arc Norma Murphy first, Marilyn Godnr, second, Kathleen Godar third and Kathy Martin fourth. A foods demonstration will be given at the state fair by Cam lyn Lemons and her alternate is Hobby Denny. Garments to IIP sent lo Ihe Stale Fair because of the perfectness :>[ I heir construction, arc those made by Joanne Frank and Chrisline Gilmore, with Sharon Hall as the alternate. The top ten in clothing are Linda Hallock, Chris Gilmore, Margaret Ballard, Nancy Tuey, Chris ly Wallrip, Deborah Wear, Rosemary Lemons, Marilyn Godar, Kathleen Godar, Cheryl Clark, Ruth Ann Lemons, Margaret Elmore, Norma Murphy, Cathy Martin, Sharon Hall and Sandra Albrecht. "A" Rulings Winners of A ratings in the various projecls are as follows: "It's Fun to Cook," Nancy Elmore, Marie Hilyard, Mary Alice Lorton, Carole Early, Kathryn George, Doris Muntz, Kathryn Meek and Marilee Mears. Pastry in Your Meals, Ruth Ann Lemons, Margaret Ballard, Eileen Cory. Teen Time Food Fare, Janis Chumley, Carole Early, Cara Sue Fraser, Christine Waltrip, Doris Westerhold, Rosemary Lemons, Sherry Pilkington, Joyce Surbeck, Judy Chumley and Kathryn George. Adventures in Cooking, Mary Eileen Davis, Barbara Early, Geraldine Ruth Hammon, Debra Justis, Alice Rose Scott, Rella Violett, Kay Black, Cathy Early, Jacque Farrow, Janice Lemon Lois Ann Mann, Cheri Griffith Kathy Ribble, Charlene Martin Marilyn Adcock, Ada Rene Angle, Virginia Evans, Phyllis Flat and Beverly Helton. Outdoor Meals, Steven Justis Eric Neec.e, Rosemary Lemons Ruth Ann Lemons and Joyce Sur beck. You Learn to Bake, Sharon Biermann, Susan Wyatt, Carolyn Ballard, Karen Diehl, Marilyn Godar, Julie Voiles, Karen Sue Reno, Sharon Kay Reno, Judy Arnold, Cathy Cory, Jean Arnold, Linda Jean Raabe, Brenda Goode Mrs. Mary Bicks, Arlington, Ky. Mrs. Elma Bricker, Brighton. Miss Debra Cole, South Roxana Charles Hilferding, 616 Leonard Mrs. Nina Igo, 312 Sanborne. Mrs. Frances Insihar, Staunton. Mrs. Patricia Ladd, Edwardsville Mrs. Edna Manescalo, 711 E. 7th. Mrs. Theresa Movrissey, Godfrey Mrs. Loretla Weber, Rte. 2, Edwardsville. Mrs. Ruth Wilson, S. Roxana. Mrs. Gloria While, Edwardsville. Mrs. Goldie Davenport, 1929 Gross. Mrs. Peggy Little, East Alton. Mrs. Murial Harshbarger, Col tage Hills. Mrs. Pansy Moody, Cottage Hills. Vicky Cochran, Carolyn Hubbard, Loralyn Brooks, Carol Mitchell, Angela Fergurson, Mildred Melvin, Arlena Rhoads and Sharon Slandefer. Meal in Your Moans, Margaret Olmore, Linda Taylor, Carolyn Lelion. Rosemary Lemons, Betty S I u a r I, Toni Giberson, Nancy ihcrwin, Virginia Hallock, and lulh Melvin. Milk nnd Eggs in Your Meals, Jetty Lorton, "Sheila Dodge, Coleen Henry, , Donna Smith and 3obby Denny. Yeast Broads, Lynn Carter, Pat y Lorton, Nancy Hamann, Ann lough, Barbara Vogt, Kathryn oRl, Judy Whitlock, Phyllis Schmidt, Jeanetta Meek, Barbara Prough, Chris Gilmore, Patty Ross, Kathy Melvin and Shery' Allen. ABC's of Food ABC's of Foods, Sarah Wood Susan Hamann, Linda Kuhnline Janet Sleinacher, Leona Shain Barbara Sue Orton, Vicki Wade Srcnda Spangenberg, Bonnie Bar nett, Marilyn Sherwin, Shirley Raabe, Maureen Koontz, Bonil; Hallock, Beverly Gay Miller, Sue Ford, Sandra Burnett and Mary Lorraine Kahl. Canning, Martha Smith, Rose mary Lemons, Betty Lorton and Janice Liesenfelt. Freezing, Ruth Harrow, Eileei Cory, Joanna Frank and Lind Hallock. Advanced Flower Arrange mcnts, Doris Weslerhold, Carolyn Lemon, Rosemary Lemons, Linda Hallock, Chris Gilmore, Kathj Melvin and Joyce Surbeck. Beginning Flower Arrangement Cheryl Jean Clark, Mary Ei icon Davis, Alice Rose Scott, De borah Wear, Nancy Sherwin, Ruth Ann Lemons and Maralee Mears Parly a Month, Carolyn Ballard Kahla Diehl, Karen Diehl, Kath leen Godar, Marilyn Godar, Sus an Hamann, Nancy Hamann, Ann Hough, Rhonda Price, Elain Rhoades, Sharon Standefer, Bar bara Vogl, Kathryn Vogt, Julie Voiles and-Pamelia Willey. Advanced Table Covers, Debbii Goben. Beginning Table Covers, Flor ence Shain, Maxine Beams, Vir ginia Hallock, Bonnie Bowman Kay Ballard and Ruth Ann Lem ons. Handicraft, Cheryl Jean Clark Doris Westerhold, Lois Whitlock Judy Whitlock, Maralee Mear and Linda Hall. Baby sitting, Bonna Burg er, Janice Liesenfelt, Barbar Vogt, and Kathryn Meek. Clothing grades ; \vill be publish ed later this week. Hartford Sisters Leave for Europe HARTFORD — Misses Rose Mary and Barbar" T o m 1 o v i c daughters of Mr. and Mrs. An thony Tomlovic, 402 Delmar, lef Sunday from Chicago by jet, fo a two months vacation in Frankfurt, Germany and other points of interest in Europe. Rosemary, who is engaged as a German language teacher in the Alton High School system, attended the University of Frieburg, Germany in 1960 and hopes lo enroll for a shorl course this summer if possible. Barbara is employed as a secretary in SI. Elizabeth's School Granite City. By .ItJNltlS GKIKFIN NEW YORK (AP) - Roy Wilins, execulive secretary of the National Association for the Ad- •ancement of Colored People, said oday NAACP youth groups hnvo wen "unshackled and will take a nore aggressive role" in the or- anlzation's civil rights fight. "Our 40,000-member youth corps vill no longer be restrained or lampored by conservative policies f some local NAACP chnpiers " -Vilkins said. "They will receive direct! MI rom our national headquarters i'l Vow York and bo free to plan mid tnge demonstrations under our misting conslitulion and dlroct- ves." Wilkins was interviewed by telephone from Charleston, S.C., vhere he had addressed an integration meeting Sunday night. His comments on NAACP youth :-esultcd from a bitter attack on he quality of the organi/ulion's youth leaders by James H. Meredith, the first known Negro to al- end the University of Mississippi. Meredith's (•••itieism, mnrln at he NAACP's annual conven'.ion in More Agressive Role Seen for Negro Youth Chicago last week, was answered with a vehemence which caused Meredith to admit "I wept my first tears since I was a child." Mrrodith aroused the anger of the NAACP youth group by saying: "Any one of you burr heads out there could be the owner of a large department store, president of a corporation, or even mayor of Ihe city of Chicago. Only be- lievr>, all things nrr possible, if you only believe." He also remarked on "the low r|iiality and ineffectiveness of our Negro youth loaders." Wilkins commended Meredith as a "very independent and courageous person. "It was unfortunate, however, that he made the mistake of attacking our youth. "Mr. Meredith endured much to IIP admitted to the University ol Mississippi, but he is now out of step and evidently misinformed about the civil rights fight," Wilkins said. Wilkins emphasized that the role of adults in the NAACP is not being de-emphasized but is being re amped to allow the organization's •outh to participate more actively n the integration fight. The NAACP leader said he had ound the leadership in the youth ;roup "intelligent, articulate, mil- tant and free from fear, nspecial- y fear of certain economic reprisals some adults might have. 'I first suggested our youth should be utilized in direct action under national office supervision it our 19GO annual convention in St. Paul," he added. 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