Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1963 · Page 5
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July 10, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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, JULY 10, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE * One of tterr Twins Buried at SHtPMAN — feurlnl services were conducted Monday afternoon nt Shipivmn cemetery for Ronald Eugene Darr, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dnrr, who died nt Cardinal Glennoil hospital In St. Louis Sunday. Ho Is firvivcd by his parents, a twin brother, Ilnti- tlall, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Olto Rolhc, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Darr. The twins were born July 3. 4-11 Chili Meets SHIPMAN - The MarmoneUcs 4-H club met Sat. night at Harmony Community Club. The members have boon invited to model garments they have made at the Medora Home Makers Extension meeting In July at 1:30 p.m. at the Joseph Mutzbauer home. On July 16 mothers of members have been invited to view the club projects at 8 p.m. al the community center. Demonstrations were given by Janet and Paillette Cox. Refreshments Were served. SulmhilfiR Party SHIPMAN - Mrs. A. V. Blumstein and Mrs. Donald Danken- brlng entertained their Sunday School classes from the Lutheran church at a swimming party at Glllesple Lake Sunday evening. A picnic supper followed. Slilpman Noted SHIPMAN — Mrs. Molvin Stone Is a medical patient, al SI, Anthony's Hospital In Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Duncan and grandson, David Duncan of Alton, left Tuesday lo visit the Robert Duncan family in Evan- si on, Wyo. Susan Pralher has returned lo her home In Kempcr after a visit in the Herman Kahl home. A normal ocean current moves at one-half mile to one mile an hour. Librarian lo Have Daily Radio Tiitic David Earl Holt, librarian at the Hayner Public' Library, will review current books, both popular and controversial, over Radio Station WOKZ beginning Monday, July 15. The program will be heard daily at 1:15 p.m. Holt, has had considerable experience as a book reviewer. In 1962-63 he appeared weekly on "Today In Georgia" on TV in Atlanta, Ga. He has also discussed and reviewed books for (he Atlanta Constitution and Radio Station WGKA in Atlanta. The new program is titled "Hayner Library Book Review." LONDON — Residents of the 'bad debt" area of Nottingham are protesting a $45 deposit manded before a telephone mny be Installer! in their homes. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Non-stop comfort/ Next-to-nothing price! HAPPY-TIME COOLERS Bi'eeze-making perforated front of top-grain cowhide, flexible back of split cowhide, arch-supporting cush-n-crepe soles and heel. Tropical tan. ' Sizes 6y 2 -12. 3 99 117 W. 3rd, Alton, III. HO 5-8818 1 Hour Free Parking at Park and Shop Lots I and 2 With Purchase of $3 or More AT WORK Roger McOay, psychologist, left, and Dennis Kelly, intern, «c\v members of the psychology department at Alton State Hospital, read document?) recorded on film and shown on the screen of a microfilm machine. Two Announced New on Alton State Psych Staff A clinical psychologist and a psychology intern have joined the staff at Allon Stale Hospital, Dr. Ahrahain Simon, hospital supcr- ntendcnt, announced today. The psychologist, Roger McCay, )f 215 N. Dickson St u Kirkwood, Mo., would conduct psychotherapy incl assist in the diagnosis of newly admitted patients. The intern is Dennis Kelly, 518 1C. Ninth St., Alton. His one-year issignment at the hospital includes leading psychotherapy sessions md testing patients. McCay, a native of Illinois, but reared in Florida, has a master's degree in psychology from St. Louis University and an undergraduate's certificate from the University of Florida. He also has M.A. in pharmacology and has .studied two years in medicine. McCay, who is married, was a research associate in St. Louis State Hospital's Halfway House before coming to Allon. His sper- ially there was conducting re- learch in protective techniques. He has had trainee-ships at the University of Minnesota, University of Colorado and at the med ical center in Denver. At Alton he'will concentrate on the rehabilitation of long-term patients. Kelly completed graduate work this past .lune al Bradley University in Pcoria. His only other full-time job was at Gift Avenue Children's Home in Peoria where he worked for one year as :>. recreational therapist. Having finished his schooling under a state educational grant, Kelly is meeting a one-year's work obligation. He is married. Shipman Club Has Exhibit SHIPMAN — The Sunbeam ! Girls 4-H club had its annual i | "Arhirvotnpnf Day" al thr SI. ; Donis Catholic Church Monday! afternoon. The following drrnonsl rations j were Riven; "How to Set a Table".' Mary Jane Reed; "Men! in Your Meals", Judy McAfee; "How to Insert A Sleeve", Cheryl Alberls and "Punch", Joanne Reed. Terry Mills told of her trip to Champaign where she al tended 4-1! week. The following members modeled fit the style show: Shir ley and Kay Wood, Susan Briskovich. Pain and Verdie Carpenter, Mary Brueggeman, Mary Cavney, Judy McAfee, Susan Roemer and Linda Simnicrmaker. Plans were made lo attend counly progcsK day in Carlinvillc on July 10 when members will model the.ii 1 garments. The IS adulls present and members were, served refreshments from a tea table by the leaders, Mrs. Leslci Alward and Mrs. Paul Mills. •l!)or Club SHIPMAN — Three members of the 49er club entered competition at the Macoupin Counly <I-H demonstration night in Carlinvillc riday. Dianna Baker won first with a demonstration on "Taloo- ing" and Bonnie Baker won second on a demonstration on "Medicines on the Farm". The two girls will give their demonstrations at the Stale Fair on Aug. 14 Eddie Baker also participated in i public speaking contest. Farewell Dinner SHIPMAN — Lester Large was honored with a farewell dinner a Shipman Community park Sunday. 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