Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 23, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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Established January is, 183& '• GRAPH Comic Spofli Cln**tftctt 92 Area Students on Dean's List at SIU EDWARDSViLLE - Dean William T, Going ot the Edwards- vllle Campus of SIO has announced that 226 students have quail- fled for the spring quarter dean's list, representing an Increase of 2.1 over the spring quarter of 1902. Ninety two area students who qualified by maintaining a grade- point average of 4.25 or better (B being 'equivalent to 4.,, A to 5.0) were! Alton: Rose Marie Abner, Carl R. Bergstrom, Janet E. Carey, Edith SY,Chappell ( Charles D. Con- Hour, Nancy L. Conour, William E. Crane, Carolyn S. Cunningham, .Paul Alan Du Commun, Linda Jeanne Galnes, Elizabeth C. Glynn, Kathleen T. Glynn, Judith Marie Handler, Evan Loren Harls, Theresa S. Harris, Corbett E. Hart Jr., Theodore M. Ilnus- 4-H Show Set in Calhoun County Phyllis K. Hodge, Tamara Rae Hutte, Ella G. Johnson, Philip C. Johnson, Carol Jean Manns, Bonita Louise Mosby, James Doyle Qrten, Rodney D. Owens, Mar- jorle R. Payne, James R. Pelp- ert, Raymond Petrussa, Rebecca Joan Poo, Roger Ewing Potter, Ann Marie Randall, David Joseph Schlilt, Paul S. Schmidt, Ann C. Scholl, Thomas W. Schwegel, Larry Lee Shenkcl, Clinton J. Thurston,. Linda Sue Tyree, Dorothy G. Ull, Kenneth W. Vlelh Jr., Mil- Ion Lee Westbrook, Judith Rose Wilcox, Captola Mary E. Zangcr. Maxine Yust, Brighton: Judith Ann Fenton. Bethalto: Dorothy M. Dodd, Patricia Ann Kelly. Bunker Hill: Elizabeth Ann Storm. Carrollton: George B. Griffith, Ronald Lee Schroeder, Donna Kay Tellc. Cottage Hills: James 0. George, Janet' Sue Kutter, Theodore E. Reynolds. Dorsey: Laverne A. Isenberg. East Alton: Frank E. Hillier, Juliene Kay Morgan, Mi chael Ray Speer. Edwardsville: Guy W. Aton, Kay Lee Funke, Nancy J, Giacomelli. Billy G. Hendricks/Bryan L. Madison, Myrah A. Parulli, Eldon R. Schober, Gene R. Vanek. Glen Carbon: Ronald John Foster. Godfrey: Frank M. Doyle. Grafton: Robert W. Ridenour, Greenfield: Brenda S.. Bishbp. Hartford: James Earl Mathias.,'Jerseyville; David Lbren Butler, Charley A. Lawler. Livingston:- Wana'^^rclierT"""""""' v ' Medora: Mary Jo Wise. Michael: Bernard J. Gotway. Moro, Billy J. Rogers.:Roxana: Richard D. Lowery, Roger C. Lowery, James Ray Reynolds. Staunton: Alfred.C. Hagemarin, Fred. L. Marquis; Margaret • A. Ubben. Wood River: Glenn E. Allen, Darcy Jean Durham, Vincent II. Hale, Leonard 4- Leritz, Lyndel F. Lerto, Bryan P. Miller, Dorothy 1 Roberson, Linda L. Stlrna- man. Worden: John Dee Zirgqs, Two Jersey Children Hurt in Falls JERSEYVILLE—Two children were treated for fractures Sunday at Jersey Community Hospital. Susan Young, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Young of Jerseyville fell out of a tree at her home fracturing her right wrist. She was brought to the hospital at 4:45 p.m. and was treated and released. Laef Taylor, 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor of Michael also suffered a fracture of the right wrist, at 1:55 p.m. Sunday when he fell at the home of his grandfather, Floyd John .of Grafton. He was brought to the hospital at 1:55 p.m. aand following treatment was dismissed. Debra Davis, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,• Robert Davis of Berkeley, Mo., was injured about 3 p.m. Saturday when she jumped into the water of the Illinois river. She lacerated the sole of her right foot and the second, third and fourth toe. The wounds were sutured. Mrs. Anna Albers of Alton sustained a laceration of the right hand Sunday afternoon at a cabin near Grafton. She was taken to Jersey Community Hospital at 2:15 p.m. where the cuts were sutured. Three Cottage Hills people were brought to the local hospital foi examination following an acci dent at thq fairgrounds Saturday The Tilt-A-Whirl broke and turned over backwards while occupied. Eldon Joiner, daugh ter Trudy, 9, and son, Michael 6,1 were examined at the hos- pitalT Mr.: Joiner and .Trudy had no injuries and Michael was treated for abrasions of the scalp. All were released. RNA Meeting Set at Medora MEDORA — The Royal Neighbors will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Theo Searles. Medora Notes MEDORA — Mrs. Battle Wilton, Mrs. Rosa Wilton and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilton, left during the weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilton and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wilton and family in Pontiac,. Michigan. Mrs. Alice Goodwin, mother of Mrs. James Mains', is a medical patient at the Carlinville Area Hospital. She Is expected to be confined there for several weeks. Roxana Girl Awarded Art Scholarship ROXANA — Miss Sandra Williams, daughter of Mr. and,.Mrs. Howard W, Williams, 113 Cedar Lane, Rosewood Heights, has been awarded an art scholarship by the Roxana Woman's Club. She will leave July 28 'to attend the Federation Art School at Robert Allerton Park in Monticello, 111. The workshop will conclude Aug. 3. Miss Williams will be a senior at the Roxana High School next fall. She has taken art as a classroom subject at Roxana for the past two years and has two years of private lessons. Meeting Canceled ROXANA - The Mid-adult class of the First Baptist Church has canceled its meeting which was scheduled for Saturday. HARDIN - Judging of exhibit at the annual county show o home economics 4-H clubs In Cni houn County will 'start promptly at fl:30 a.m. Wednesday, in thi Hat-din Grade School gym. Judging of all exhibits will be carried on simultaneously, with two judges examining the. cloth Ing projects. In addition, in an other part of the building, ther will be foods demonstrations am public speaking competition. All judging Is expected to b completed around noon, and lunch will be sewed In the building. Fol lowing the lunch recess, about 1:3 p.m., there will be a style revu on the stage In the gym. At th close of this program, announce menl will be made of state fai winners in the various depart ments. Judges will be ..home advisers and assistant advisers from neigh boring counties. They include Mrs Elaine Wendler arid Mrs. Mary Knecht of Madison County; Miss Jacqueline • .Harris of' Macoupin County; Mrs. Shirley Jones o. Montgomery; and Mrs. Ludene Hargis of Jersey County. Alumni to HaveReunion At Medora MEDORA — The Medora Alumni Assn. will hold a reunion Sunday at the American Legion Hall in Medora. The eyent will begin with a basket dinner at 12:30 p. m. A business meeting will be held at 2 p.m. The 50th anniversary of the class of 1913, the 25th anniversary of the class of 1938, and the 10th anniversary of the class of 1953, will be observed. COPENHAGEN — ^ Several ba'k'eries are being "built in Deri- mark. , ' , .ALTON, fyL., TUfcsbAY, 'JULY 23, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of f he Associated Press, LIONS FISH POND The Godfrey Lions Club will op- Shown with the signs advertising the erate the fish pond on Aug. 9 and 10 event are John Phillips, left, secretary at the anniversary celebration of the of the club, and Robert As/man, right, Monticello Plaza. Shopping Center, club president. New Greene School Unit Elects Seven Directors CARROLLTON. — Seven mem jers were elected to the boar if education in the newly-create •forth Greene ' Unit 1 Saturday They were: Donald Mansfielc and John Early of White 1^ ohn Long of Hillview; Robyn trang, W. H. Wolfe, Raymond 'estel and Mrs. Eva D, Sawyer loodhouse. Included '_ in the new, distric re the schools of .White Hall loodhouse i'and Patterson. The new board members me Monday evening to canvass the otes.' -is.,- . Old Timers Picnic To Be Held Sunday SHIPMAN - The Old Timer: cnic will be held at Beaver Dam ate Park Sunday, it was an ounced today. v , A basket dinner will be served noon. The public is invited. Legion Units Install Officers at Wood River Carlinville Class of 1925 Holds Reunion CARLINVILLE — The Carlin ville High School Class of 1925 held its first reunion at the Glades Saturday. A total of 50 were in attendance, which included 28 class members, husbands and wives, and guests. Misses B. Eva Hoehn and Laura Eldred were the teachers present. William Beasley of Virden, the reunion chairman, served as mas tar of ceremonies, and Miss Kath ryn Bardone of Carlinville was reunion secretary. The cocktail hour was from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m, followed by a dinner. Elmer Rohr of Brentwood, Mo. gave the Invocation and memorial to the eight departed members ol the class, A surprise telephone call came in from Everett Gwln of Portland, Ore., president of the class of'1925, and his wife, thu former Helen Brown of Cai-linvUle. Raymond Skinner of near Car- Jlnvllle Introduced the teachers present, and his twin brother, Ralph Skinner o( Lansing, gave a eulogy to the late Miss Mai> . garet Murphy, former high school principal. East class member was given an opportunity of giving « *'eg«me of his life since gratotlng from high iciwl. and W very Jm< pQrtpt events, happenings and careers'were to'SMBht to light. Communications from absent members from various sections of the country were read by Miss Bardone. The meeting was concluded by a decision to meet for another reunion in two or five years. The visiting and exchange of experiences was resumed for the remainder of the evening. WOOD RIVER — Seventy five members and guests witnessed the installation of Richard Dawson as commander of American Legion Post 204, and Mrs. Leroy Wood ard as auxiliary president, in join ceremonies Saturday in the Le gion Hall. Howard Mathus, 2nd Distric commander, was assisted by Ra> Keller, O'Fallon, department field representative, in conducting the installation. Delmar Monken was seated ai senior vice commander; Leroy Woodard, junior vice command er; Mrs. Roy Edwards, adjutant Don Floyd, finance officer; Glenn !lark, sergeant at arms; B i 1 Barker, chaplain; Wesley Lucking, service officer; Roy Hausman and Howell Sum ner, executive board members; and Roy Edwards, building custodian. Presiding as installing officer of the auxiliary was Mrs. Orville Kibakis,, Edwardsville, 2nd Dis trict director, assisted by Mrs Charles Neunabor, Bethalto, dis trict sergeant at arms-elect; and Miss Fannie Ullrich, Alton dis tricl historian-elect. Completing the official staff of the auxiliary are: Mrs. C. McRey nolds, first vice president; Mrs Sylvester Scovell, second vice president; Mrs. Russell Gibson secretary; Miss Sandy Pi'zinger, treasurer; Mrs. Roy Hausman. historian; Mrs. Leo Hackethal, chaplain; and Mrs, Dawson, sergeant at arms, Membership awards were pre KILLER! The thoughtlessly Hipped aside match or cigarette—the forsotten. campflre with the cinders still glowing. These are (he killers responsible for more than IpO.QOQ forest fires last year, Thousands of wild animals lost homes and food—your country lost valuable natural resources, Please help stop this senseless waste of lives, land and money. Follow §mokey'» ABC's. Always break matches in two, §9 sur* all fires jrc out, Crush all smokw dead out in «n ash tray. PREVENT FOREST FIRESI iiLPUbUeifivletln'O' .. iT .Adyirtl»lni Cqimcll .1 r ^dv*rtr»ln| $tf sented to the Legionaires who excelled in the recent enrollment program, by William Peek, retiring commander. Among the special guests were: Charles Neunabor, Bethalto; Earl Smith, Alton post commander- elect; Ralph Drury, Alton senior vice commander-elect; Mrs. Drury, Madison-Bond County president; Miss Amanda Markevich, district secretary; Miss Julie Markevich, Fairmount City, department assistant sergeant at arms. Wood River VFW Will Mark 30th Aniversary WOOD RIVER — The 30th an niversary of the Veterans of foreign Wars will be observed with a 6:30 p.m. family dinner followed by a program and. dance Saturday in Memorial Hall. Ray Soden, Bensenville, department senior vice commander, will be principal speaker. Among other distinguished guests will be ither department and district of- iicers. Highlighting the program wall be the presentation of membership awards to the 10 charter members who are still active in .he organization: John F. Wither- o\v • Sr., Peter Nader, Lawrence Markham, George Pennifold, Cecil Dahnecke, Edward Wray, Ira Cillam, Richard Thompson, Har•y Marks, and Roy Cown. The post was organized July 8, 1933 with John W. Akers as the first commander. The char- er enrollment of 25 members has grown to a membership of over 00. Community service is a ma- or project of the organization and includes a wide spread pro- jram of aid to Jhe needy, assistance in various community and "ivic projects, youth work, flag iresentations to Girl and Boy !cout troops, school, charity rives, blood donor program, etc. During the past 18 years t h e len have been assisted in t h e fork of the post by the auxiliary hich was chartered Jan, 21 1945, ith Mrs. Villa Frailey serving s the first president. Lowell Bush, commander, and Greenfield Horse Show Set July 27 GREENFIELD — A western horse show will be held at the Jreenfield City Lake Saturday starting promptly at 7 p.m. This ribbon show, one of several sponsored by the Greene County Saddle Club, will feature 10 events. The classes open to all contestants are model, wands, and the hoop race. Classes for those 16 and under are pleasure, barrels, and the flag race, with like ivents being scheduled for those 17 and over. There will be a sack race for children 12 and under. Refreshments will be served by ladies of the Saddle Club, who would appreciate the donation of :ruit pies. As previously announced a record is being kept of the winners, who will be given a chance to win the trophies and a saddle which will be awarded to the high point horse and rider at the end of the 1963 horse show season of the Greene County Saddle Club. Dr. Mooney Will Join SIU Staff EDWARDSVILLE - Dr. Ste phcti L. Mooney, associate profes sor of English at the University of Tennessee since 1960, will join the Edwardsville SIU staff in September. s Among Mooney's published works are books entitled "Shakespeare's Father And Other Poems,' "Three Poems" and "Education as Discovery." His verse-play, "A Room Full of Clocks," was per formed at the University of Ala bama in 1958 and "Instant People," a satire with music, saw performances in Knoxville and Chattanooga. A native of Alabama, he wrote the "Commemoration Ode" for the l^Sth anniversary of the University of Alabama in 1958, when he was on the English staff of the university. Oilier recently published verse by Mooney appears in "The New Yorker," "The Beloit Journal," "Shenandoah" and "The Georgia Review." Anthologies containing his verse Include the North American Book of Verse, "The Unmusical Days" and "The Sound of Wings." Mooney holds degrees from Howard College, the University of Alabama and the University of Tennessee and has studied at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. Carrollton Tourney Under Way CARROLLTON - The third Little League baseball tournament opened here Monday and will continue through Sunday at Vogt's Field. AH of the games will be played at 6 p.m. and the cham- ionship game will be played Sunday at 4 p.m. The first game was played Monday between the Carrollton Senior team and the Greenfield Senior team. The second game will be played tonight between the Roodhouse Juniors and Carrollton Juniors. Winners of game one will play the White Hall Seniors Wednes day and the winners of game two will play the Roodhouse Seniors Thursday. The third game will be played Friday with the loser of game three playing the loser of game five for third place. The championship game will be played Sunday at 4 p.m. between (be winners of game four and the winners of game five. Police Break-Up Jersey Gang Fight Will Dispatch Mail on Sunday From Brighton BRIGHTON - There will be a Sunday dispatch of mail from here beginning at once, Postmaster Marvin H. Stewart has announced. The service will continue only If business warrants its perman- ancy, Stewart said. Mail deposited in the post office lobby after closing hours on Saturday and mail deposited in the outside letter box after closing of the lobby on Saturday evening and until 3:35 p.m. on Sunday, will be dispatched at 4:10 p.m. on Sunday. Prior to this change mail deposited after 4:30 p.m. on Sat urday did not leave the Brighton office until Monday afternoon. Nine Guns Stolen From Trading Post WOOD RIVER - Six shotguns, two rifles and a pistol along with other items were stolen from he Trading Post on Old St. Louis Road Sunday night, police reported. Evan McCool, manager, reported the break-in and burglary Monday at 9:05 a.m. Entry was gained by breaking a window on the left side of the building. Police also reported that a rear seat speaker was stolen from a used car on the Albrecht Chevro- et lot on Edwardsville Road. The heft was reported at 1:13 p.m. Monday. . j - JERSEYV1LLE - State police aided city police last Saturday .evening In breaking up a gang fight at the Jersey County fairgrounds. One teenage youth was brought to the county jail where he Was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting a peace officer, The youth according to police w e li t berserk and it required foUr officers to subdue him. During arraignment Sunday morning in justice of the peace court, the youth admitted that he had smoked a Marijuana cigarette, that had been furnished by another person during the evening. The youth pleaded guilty to two charges filed against him by Lt. Dale Ogden, one of disorderly conduct and one of resisting a peace officer. A fine of $100 and costs was assessed in each case, and $50 of each stayed until further order of the court. Following the arraignment, the youth was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital for further physical checkup. Club Women of North Calhoun to Meet Thursday HARDIN — Marvin Richter of Kampsville will be the guest speaker at a meeting of the North Calhoun Woman's Club at 8 p.m. Thursday. Mr. Richter will show slides taken during his tour of Europe last summer. The North Calhoun Club has recently placed two more picnic tables in North Calhoun Sunset Park, and will soon erect an outdoor oven. The park, which is on Rte. 96 near Belleview, was planned and completed through the efforts of the clubwomen. OVER 20,000 IN USE! CUSTOM DESIGNED TO MEET EVERY BUILDING REQUIREMENT Our modern, low-cost method of steel construction makes virtually any size building available for any type of business. Fast too, for erection time is measured in days and weeks instead of months. Any type building material such as glass, masonry or tile can be utilized for a custom appearance. And it will cost you about 25% less than conventional construction. 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