Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 11
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August 21, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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Worlfl m'eb elng MOSCOW made (fl',4raw Soviet Union eJdnij with a ble name chanije of the nation. •• :: .y,V,'-'-*l ir.' •.•..:*;» ~* ,.'•';' "•••'if. -••.- WEDNESMV, AUGUST 21, 1963 Kiwanians Hear Model UN Delegates Alton Klwnninns heard talks by two delegates to Vouth World nt S1U, Cafbondnlc, which the club sponsored. The boys, Don Morrison nrul William Blerbaum, both sons of fathefs of the same name, wort? representing Alton High and Mnr- quotte at, the conference, which was a lltile United Nations na- sembly. Morrison was named the outstanding dejcgnf£ at the mooting. Bierbaum told how the dele galca, 24 girls and 17 boys, were divided 1 n I o groups for study- Ing procedures. Each was to rep- res<j'nt a country; Bicrbnum retire sented Pakistan, Morr!(i6n and Morrison reproscntetj Turkey. They were assigned to the finance commit. Ice. Morrison told how problems of financing the UN through enforce mont of commit rnents were solved. All the separ- a I e sessions which met a 11 week* were Itiurbiiinii brought together on the final night tor a plenary session, and a ft or each delegate had made his report, the session broke oul. in general discussion, until the chairman had to ask for order. It showed the boys how t h o real UN organization members must,' feel when such points are brought up in the assembly. SHipman Area ChurchHas Homecoming SHIPMAN—The annual Homecoming of the Harmony Baptist Church was held Sunday with morning services conducted by the Rev. Bill Rogers, .followed by a basket dinner at noon. During the afternoon special music consisted of solos by Bill Sh'el- ton, Mrs. Lavcrnc. Fenlon, and Mrs. Richard Metcalf; a male quartette and a vocal duet by the Rev. and, Mrs. Rogers. Entertain at Dinner SHIPMAN—Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jaynes entertained at dinner Sunday night/in honor of Miss Marsha Halliclay, who will soon enter college' at Normal University. Other-'guests were: Tom Crone of Lake Mills, Wis., Gary Welch of /Woodburn, Bill Fenlon, Chesterfield, Miss Carol Stewart of Brighton, Mrs. Ethel Belt and Ernest Crone of Jerseyville, Mr. and Mrs. John Reno and sons of Piasa and the families of William Shelton, Marshall Halliday and Leslie Alward of Shipman. SHIPMAN, —' Funeral services were conducted Monday at Shipman Methodist Church for Carl Williams, a retired merchant, who died Saturday. The Rev. Don DuRall officiated. Pallbearers were Marshall Halliday, Howard Gwillim, Charles Russell, Or a Jacobs, W. O. Sweet and L. B. Kclsey, Burial was in_ S h i p m a Cemetery, :' 1'nnulls iif Son ; SHIPMAN — -Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lebro are parents of a sort born Wednesday at Carlinville Area Hospital. He has been named Paul Wayne, The mother is (he former- Miss Cindy Brooks, Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lebro and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brooks. Shlpniiin Notes''' SHIPMAN — The Rev. and Mrs. Don DuRall and family returned Sunday from two weeks spent at the Ozarks and Little Grassy Family Camp near Carbondale. Mr. und Mrs. Otto U. Meyers and Mrs. Grace Henson returned Monday fronvTraingle, Va., where they were guests of LI. and Mrs. Udell Meybys. The Rev. Fred Schwait/lose of Newton spoke at the morning service tit Shipman Methodist Church where ,he was formerly pastor. Mrs. Schwartzlose accompanied him and they were over night guests of Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Crouch. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frazier and sons are guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Thomas. The Fraziers will move from Liverpool, N.V., to St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Thomas returned Monday Jroin • a trip to Colorado, Mr. and Mrs. Carl BuUman have returned from Indianapolis, Ind., where they were guests of theiy t son end family, Mr. and Mrs. Don B$nfan, Mrfand. Mr«. H. R. French returned, MottW AW& F<HTntoftW. 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