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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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W&DN.ESDAV, AUGUST 14, lfT63 At/fOM KVENtNQ TELEGRAPH Hospital Allotl Mrmoriiil Andrew Lawson, Jcrseyvillc. Cnthy Veach, East Alton. Mark Wyman, 1.1.09 Wilkinson. Mrs. Lucille McOourlney, 208 Wisconsin. Mrs. Cordn Phillips, Wood River. Allon liardlh, Brighton. Barbara Street, Allon. Mrs. Myfn Hills, Hoodhouse, Gregory Hnlsl, Bethallo. Mrs. Flornnoc and Jacob t)our, Colllnsville. Mrs. Lela Steinberg, Pleasant t-llll Mrs. Evelyn Jones, Wood River. Stefanle Hell, Godfrey. Cledls Walker, East Alton. Joel Jutigets, 2131 Dunnegan. Mrs. Sharon Watson, 3253 Theresa David Poe, East Alton, Mrs. Jackaleen Dreon, Bethalto. John Kennedy, 121 Brentwood. Robert Denby, 2632 Qrandvlew. DISMISSALS Lisa Ann Ufer, Hardln. Mrs. Gladys Duy, 5008 Terry, Mrs. Pnlricln King, 302 K. l.'llh. John Jones, Godfrey. PR!C Canton, Livingston. Nora Hayes, 3217 Edsall. Mrs. Clementine Gntcr, 1305 Bolle Graver Ellison, 100-1 Market. Mrs. Dorothy Boavdfs, E. Alton. Mrs. Drusllla Sheppnrd, Alton. Mrs. Julia Chumplln, 9.12 Wlllard Mrs. Doris Slone, '123 George. Si. Anthon's Mrs. Myrtle Rowling, Rte. 4, Jerseyville. '; • ' Mrs. Sadie Vetler, 311 East Dr., East Alton. Mrs. Georgie E. MeCrady, 2710 Amelia. , Mrs. Monnlo,'Complnn, Edwards- vllle. Billy Spencer, 103 Groenview, East Alton. . Mrs. Margie Bridges, 1.110 IS. Broadway. Dwlght Pitkin Sr., 119 Danfortli. Mrs. Lorraine Hayes, 628 Sixth. Victor HcInU, 424 Prospect. DISMISSALS Mrs. Emma Hammers, Eclwards- ville. .Willis Rister, 508 Williams. Mrs. Lena Wyman, Rte. 1, Alton. Dehra Short, Hartford. David Bruce, Wood River, Mrs. Sybil Kincaid, 2929 Buena Vista. Robert Burroughs, East Alton. Mrs. Helen Knott, 913 Humboldt. Jersey Community MKDIOAL Todd Gray, Jerseyville. Mrs. Herman Hagen, Hardin, John G. Gi'ay Sr., Jerseyville. Mrs. Emma Tucker, Jerseyville. Mrs. Floyd Summers, Medora. DISMISSALS Emmett Griffin, Jerseyville. Mrs. Floyd Darr, Medora. Mrs. Margaret Buchanan, Jerseyville. Mrs. Floyd Allen. Jorseyville, Jackie \Vhitlock, Dow. Mrs. Leland Meyer, Golden Eagle St. Joseph's' MEDICAL Charles Boedecker, 809 Henry. Edward Pitts, 509 Mitchell. SURGICAL Miss Donna Van Tassel, Rte. 3, Godfrey. John Skinner, 25'! Madison. Frnnk Kudinfnkl, 71.0 Filth. Mrs. Peggy Gibson, Jerseyvlllc. Miss lone Nelson, Rte. 1, Moro. Mrs. Jessie Orttinn, Edwardsvillc Elizabeth Johnson, 55 Sullivan, lerry Bland, 911 E. Sixth. Edmund Morrlssey, Godfrey. btSMtSSALS Daniel Flanlgan, Godfrey. Clarence Vogt, Rte. 1, Bethallo. Mrs. Barbara Arger, Jerseyville. Mrs. Edith Babbs, Wood River. Patricia Ullbnirk. 620 E. Ninth. Mrs. Amm Frisse, Edwardsvllle. Mrs. Charlene Hnmlln, E. Alton. Mrs. Charlotte Hoorman, Wood River. Barry Hoslo, Edwardsvllle. Mrs. Martha Jenne, Carlyle. William Klnsey, Jerseyville. Kenneth McElyen, 32M Charlotte. Mrs. Emma Manescnlco, 711 E, Seventh. Mrs. Anna Mnhoney, 702 VVnslt- Ingtoti. Mrs. Frances Reynolds, Coltnse Hills. Joe Robinson, 18 VV. Ninth. Mrs. Wlllmetta Russo, 1009 Jasper Lewis Scott, Greenfield. Mrs. Juno Stumpc, Edwardsvllle. Mrs. Dorothy Tellor, 271.1 Palmer Mrs. Frances Lavlck, 1019 Joesl- ing. Wood River Township MEDICAL Warren Ingold, Rte. 1. E. Alton. Woodrow Compton, 183 Pence, East Alton. James MeBrldo, 121 Whltelnw. Easl Alton. SUKCJrCAL Mrs. Normn Zyph, Roxana. Crystal Vcslerby, South Roxana. Mrs. Rosemai-y Corrigan. 4<IG Tipton. DISMISSALS Dennis Weaver, '157 Wood River. Sylvester Wheeler, East Alton. 2,152 Students Enrolled In Roxtuia Grade Schools Adoptions ROXANA—Elementary schools in the Roxana Community Unit School District will have a total enrollment this year of 2,152 with a kindergarten enrollment of 29fi. Seven hundred and seventy five students are enrolled in the Rosewood School. With the new addition ncarlng completion at Central School, school officials hope to enroll 55-1 students this fall. This enrollment will include 182 sixth grade students from Wood River, Soulh Roxana and outlying areas. Children from Kendall Hill and Edwardsvlle Road areas will also attend Central School. Brushy Grove School's expected enrollment: Is 132 students who will come from Glendale Gardens, Ivy Heights, Vaughn Hill and some from the north edge of Wood River. Three hundred .and three slu- denls have enrolled at the Edi- son-Burhank School from Roxana,. South Roxana and Ihe southwest part of Wood River. South Roxana area population Mr*. Johnson Heads A axillary \ At South Roxana Vickie Rains, Hartford. Mrs. Pearl Haws, East Alton. Mrs. Dorothy Story, 896 Mailer. Lorenzo Militello, 422 Ferguson. Mrs. Anna Lundak, 2930 Werges. KANE — Mrs. Spencer East and dfliighler, Nina, have returned to their home in Shelbina, Mo.. afte.r a visit with her mother, Mrs. Karl Frit eh. Mrs, Lou Ann Hatfill entertained several guests at dinner Sunday in honor of her parents' 41st wedding anniversary. Miss Jane Hatfill returned home Sunday from Carrollton where she spent the past week at the Burns Robinson home, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilt, Jerseyville, and Mrs. J. R. Trump of Carlinville, visited Sunday with their mother, Mrs. W. P. Witt. Mr. and Mrs. Ha role) Bean and Mr. find Mrs. Ed Woolsey left Sunday for Niagara Falls and increase has made it, no longer possible for the South Roxana School to accommodate all the children living in the area. Sixth, fifth and second grade students in Soulh Roxann nre scheduled for transfer lo other schools. If Ihe new addition nl Central is not completed by the time school opens it will bo necessary to provide temporary quar- jiers (or 10 rooms that are being planned In the now addition. Kindergarten students in the district tolal 29B, 40 less than last year. Kindergarten registration is still being taken, but school officials say II might be necessary to withhold school assignments for late comers until the beginning of school. Student assignments will be made by Idler Ihe lasl week in August. ISo.vs to Visit Hollywood ROXANA - Kenneth Ruder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Racier of Doerr Avenue, Hill Walker, son of Mrs. and Mrs. William V. Walker, Mailer Drive, Rosewood Heights, and Gary Edsall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Staley Edsall of S.' Twelftli Street, Wood River, nil! students of Southern Illinois Uni-j versily. Alton Center, will leave' Aug. 31 for Hollywood, Calif., j where they will visit the Steve : Allen Show. The boys plan to be away 11 SOUTH ROXANA—Mrs. Dorolhy cia .vs. Johnson was elected president ofj News Notes the Dad's Club Auxiliary Monday' ROXANA - Mr. and Mrs. Joe In State Last fiscal Year SPRINGFIELD. Ill - The number of adoptions In the state for !he fiscal year ended June 30 to taled 6.31.1, Dr. Franklin D. Yod cr, director of (lie Illinois Department (if Public Health reported today. This loin! shows Ihe number of Illinois born children for which new birth records were prepared. Of these, 871 were adopted In eourl proceedings out of stain. More than half of the children adopicd were of legitimate birth, and again boys were slightly more popular than girls. Of the 6,311 adoptions, 2,710 wenl into homes where there were oilier children. Of the latter number, 870 were adopted into homes where there were already two or more children, and 17 of this HotaHfltls See Slides j Taken fit Caribbean WOOD RIVER - Woob River Rotnriatis were shown color elides of the Caribbean Islands Monday afternoon. Omar Lyon described scenes he and his wife photographed on their 4-week cruise last fall. Club President Marion Wilco.x reported 80 Rotarians representing 2G clubs attended the Rotary District assembly held Aug. 9 at Greenview. 111. In addition to Wilcox local participants in the as. sembJy included Art Hun! and Harry 1. Steinr.iuf. It was announced the next Rotary board meeting will be held at the president's home in Edwardsville Wednesday, Aug. 21. Home from Vacation WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cox, 487 State Aid Road, have returned from a vacation to Cleveland, Ohio and Ni agaru Falls, Canada. group went into families where — there were already eight or more i place, but 9fi persons were aged children. '20 years and over. The number About 85 IKM- cent were underjof, adoptions of adults increases e 10 when the adoption tookjeaeh year. evening in the clubhouse at Ihe park. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Barbara Hill, vice president; Mrs. John Binnoy, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Maida Johnson, recording secretary and Mrs. Mildred Aiken, treasurer. Plans were discussed for the next meeting Sept. 9 to be the installation and the group will meet for dinner, the place to be announced. Meeting Postponed SOUTH ROXANA - The South Roxana-Wanda Women's Christian Temperance Union meeting scheduled for Thursday lias been postponed until Aug. 22 at which time it will,meet at 1 p.m. at the South Roxana Methodist Church. Auxiliary Meets SOUTH ROXANA—The Women's Auxiliary of Ihe Bethel Free-Will Baptist Church met Monday evening at the church. Mrs. Bertis Maynard was chairman of the program entitled "Arise and Shine." Those having topics were': Mrs. Faye Stegall, Mrs. Sandra Tiller, Mrs. Judy Paulcy and those assisting were Mrs. Doyle Hollis Lambert and children Sandra and Ronnie of 511 Doerr Ave.. had as their guest Ihe p;ist two weeks, Mrs. Lambert's mother, Mrs., Frank Miller of Pearl. Mrs. Mill-! er also spent two weeks with an-; other daughter, Mrs. Ardell Ad- : ams, in Wood River. Fred Moore of S. Twelfth Street has returned after spending hisj vacation at the Lake of The; Ozarks. Mrs. Moore and children: spent the first part of the vacation in Missouri and returned la- ler accompanied home by Moore who has been on vacation from (he Platl Pipeline Co. Roxana WMU Will Meet Thursday ROXANA — The Women's Mis- ; sionary Union of the First Baptist Church will meet at 10 a.m. : Thursday at the church for an! all-day work and program meet- j ing with a sack lunch at noon, i, NOW OPEN! LEADER'S SHOP FOR GiRLS Canada on a vacation trip. i ™d Mrs. Ed Boswell. Mr. and'Mrs. Donald Ashloeki The scripture was read by Mrs. and family of Creve Conor. Mo., were giiosls Sunday of his par- Maynard. The women decided lo have "Provisions Closet" show Fealurlng — KATE GREENAWAY DRESSES CINDERELLA DRESSES BUSTER BROWN UNDERWEAR SHIP 'N' SHORE BLOUSES KICKAWAY LINGERIE MONTE VARDI SPORTSWEAR LASTOGS Mnny Other Famous Brands Infants to Size 14. Chubbies 8 FREE STORESIDE PARKING LEADER'S DEPT, STORE 710 E. BROADWAY CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED onts. Mr. and Mrs. James Ash- er <'«>' missionaries at their Sep- lock. Uember meeting. Mrs. Rupert Vallentinc and Mrs.) Knti'.rs DuVry School William Reif of Carrollton were dinner guests Monday of Miss Goldie Allen, Mr. and Mrs, Harry DeShasier and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob JBrinker attended the DeSliasier reunion Sundav in White Hall. SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. andj Mrs. George Herbert and family] spent the weekend in Chicago where their son, David, enrolled at the DeVry Electrical School. David graduated in June from the; Roxana High School. Jacoby's Since 1583 GIFT & DRAPERY DEPARTMENT PRESENTS A LOT OF LUXURY CAN COST SO LITTLE KSD-TV STAR ^EEN-AGE Hootenanny Party Guest Stars Prizes—Souvenirs Master of Ceremonies Riiss Carter-St Louis Hop Jim '.-Brown-WOKZ Popular Disc Jockey Don Tucker-Popular Guitarist Graiid Theatre-Thursday August 22nd, 3:30 P.M. Ann Wigger and Ketra Spuiilding Presenting: ALTON AREA HrCH SCHOOL FASHION B0AKD SUE ALMONROEDER-Alton High JEANNE HENKHAUS-BeUiuiio High CINPY DEEM-MurijueUe High JOANNE BOREN-Woocl River High WITH 'Kim NEWEST 1068 FALL SOHOQJ, FASHIONS . QET YOUR FREE TICKET AT SEARS! Agee 13 to 19-Boys m 1st Floor Men's Wear or Shoe Dept, Girls' in 2nd Floor Junior Shop! A Free Gift for Every One Attending the Show! 50 DOOR PRIZES OF NEW SCHOOL CLOTHING Shop at Seara and Save ' •ititfacUoB Guarw»tw4 o* Y oi»r Money B«<& 808 Piu.su Alton, 111, for clever co-eds and bright business gals Howard Wolfs Easy-Care Dacron-Cotton COAT DRESS 25 95 Come see our "Kicky Collection" clothes that put a swing in your step ... a sparkle in your smile . . . clothes that rate straight A's for you in fashion—like this trench coat dress with stitched yoke. The Apres-Ski Look by Arthur Jay SCATTER & ROOM-SIZE RUGS BY CHARM TRED FROM Practical, beautiful, Charm Tred rugs with terrific surface interest in the most wonderful decorator colors you ever saw. Made of 100% Cotton with a thick, rich cut pile and a heavy non-skid latex back, you can throw them in the washer if they soil. Use them as accents, area rugs or buy them room-size — you'll love Sunset by Charm Tred. (24" x 36" size) $050 SCATTER SIZE 27x48 $ 5,95 24x70 $ 7,50 36x60 $10,50 48x72'..... IH.95 ROOKA SIZE 5'x7' $23.95 6'x9' $35,95 9'xl2' $59,95 FKEE PAWING AT REAR Of STOffE 45 95 Young, daring and different in every marvelous detail — Giant collar of opossum on a jacket of French cotton suede . . . dog-leach closings. Quilted taffeta lining. Junior sizes. These Skirts Make Their Own Rules Wear Them with "Tops" Sweaters, Skirls Fashion finds of the season — solid wool flannel and herringbone wool loop. Perfect for work or school and perfectly priced for economy, Sizes 8 to 16, 11 98

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