Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, August 23, 1963
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WffiUY, AUGUST 23, 1963 ALTON EVENING 'H: Greene Youths Participate In State Sports Festival CAimoLLTON - Archie Bar- nfett and ,Toe Gntnof won second plnce In doubles horse shoe pitching ftt the stale sports festival held Wednesday In Springfield. MelvlH flnnWns pitched In but did hot place. nepresentalng Greene County In the 4-M Cltlb physical fitness contests were Miss Martha Schnelten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Sclmelteti and Larry Pern- brook, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Billy L. Peffibrook. Representing Greene County as golfers in the festival were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carl Stelnacher, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stelnachor, Bill Schlmpf. and James Neuschwander. In a game which went Into ex tm Innings the Greene , County Farm Bureau Young adult soft ball team was defeated by Me- Henry County Wednesday 2 to 1 Members of the Greene Countj team are: Bob Garner, Richan Ross, Tom Handlln, Ed Bullard Rodney Ross, Everett Grlswold Bob Schnelt, Ronnie Whltlock, anc Bill Winters. Gene Goeddey am Billy L. Pembrook also member of the team, did not play Wed nesday. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs Francis Hardwick of Carrollto are parents of a daughter bor Wednesday In Boyd Mcrnoria Hospital. Admitted to the hospital Wcc ODD Pet Bracket! and lied Lull csday as medical patients were: Ats, Eleanor Mllnef flficl Mrs. aughn Carter of Carrolltoii. and /trs. Mary Frank of Greenfield. George Alva Woods of White Mall was admitted Thursday as a medical patient and Charles Sul- Van of Carrollton was admitted or surgery. Dismissed Wednesday were: Vfrs. Evelina Broyles and daUgh- er of Eldred; Mrs. Hallle Vln- 'ard of White Hall and Mrs. Ida Belle Edwards and son of Green- leld. Dismissed Thursday were llarence Llley of Eldred, Mrs. ,uela Davis, Mrs. Sharon Snyder, Mrs. Vaughan Carter and Jackson McCIurc- of Carrolltorh School Sports Area CARROLLTON — Combination ennis, volleyball and basketball courts have been completed at the south side of Carrollton Cdm- nninlty High School, accord- Ing to an announcement made this week by school officials. Court boundaries had previously been painted on a black topped surface and now a tennis retaining fence has been erected. Anyone desiring to use these facilities is welcome to do so at any time outside of school hours. The only request Is that those playing on the courts wear teiv nis shoes or sneakers. Uecolve Degrees 'Oh, yes, Frank is what you might call a Sunday painter too." of Carrolllon, re- master's degrees Miss Joyce of Mr. and Mi's. Carl Shelter, and Mrs. Carl CARROLLTON L. Blnir, daughter WHO doyou see-for a building lor- 4 ? Maupln, also celved their from the Alton branch of the Southern Illinois Unversily at the joint summer commencement ceremonies recently at McAndrew Stadium in Carbondule. Miss Blair received her degree in secondary education and her minor Is business education. She is a member of the faculty of the Jerseyville Community Unit High School and is beginning her third year there in the business education department. Mrs. Maupin received her master of science degree in elementary education field. She is a member of the faculty of t h e West Elementary' School in Jer- soyville where she touches second grade. Mr. and Mrs. Maupin and son are making their home here with her father, N. L, McQuerry. FHA Planning Meeting CARROLLTON — A planning meeting of Carrollton Chapter o the Future Homemakers of Amer ica was held Tuesday at Carroll ton High School. Community serv ices, school activities and edu cational program were discussed Present were Kaye Welch, pres iclcnt; Mary Grummel, vice pres ident; Becky Tozer, second vice president; Diane Camden, secre tary; Theresa Welch, vice pres dent of projects; Donna .Griffith vice president of recreation; Jes sica Dotson, treasurer; A 1 e x i Williams, reporter. Mrs. Job Griswold, head of the home econo mics department in the loca school, is adviser of the club. Carrolllon Woman Marks 89th Birthday CARROLLTON — Mrs. Eunice hort is observing her 89th birth- ay today at her home here. Mrs. hort, the former Eunice Wood, aughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. year, icorge Wood, was born in Cur- ollton and has spent most of her fe here. Her first husband was Mas Admire and after his death he married P. 0. Short who also led several years ago. • Mrs. Otis Liles, a daughter of lockford, and Mrs. Julian Beem, a daughter of Shelbyville, were icre to assist their mother in celebrating her birthday. Ketnrn to Carrollton CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. George Goeddey and family, former Carrollton residents, who lave been living for a time on a farm near Palmyra, are return- ng to Carrollton this week and will make their home in the house of Walter Eldred farm. Goeddey s employed by the Carrollton Farmers Elevator. Gets Master's Degree CARROLLTON - Mrs. H. H. Rowden of Decatur recently received a master's degree in education from the University of 11- ton Plan Benefit At Shipman SHIPMAN - The Shipman Vol unteer Fire Department will sponsor a fish fry on Friday, Aug. 30, at the Shipman Community ' Park. Serving will start at 5:30 p.m. Missionary Union SHIPMAN — Mrs. Margate Brown entertained the Harmony Woman's Missionary Union at he home Wednesday evening. Tin lesson subject ' Was "Turning Away From the Truth of God.' Mrs. William Shelton gave th devotions and Mrs. Laverne Fen on was lesson leader. Member brought gifts for the "Chrlslma n August" project and the gift will be sent to a mission in Hon Kong. The society \vlll ^ e book study at the church at p.m. on Sept. 23. Pareiits of Daughter SHIPMAN - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Warren are the parents of a daughler born Wednesday at Rushville hospital. She has been Car folltdit Man Gels Doctorate CARROLLTON — Patrick Robrt Ashlock, son of Mr. and Mrs. lobert Ashlock of Carrollton, re- eived the degree of doctor ol ducatlotl In educational psychol- gy at the University of Texas n Aug. 16. Dr. Ashlock is a grad late of St. John's High School in Carrollton, received his bachelor if science degree from the III! nols State Normal University a formal In 1958 and his Maste of Arts degree in 1959 from ihi Teachers College, Columbia Unl vill be employed as reading con- til lant in the Elmwood Park, 111. elementary schools. To Opnn l)nnco School CARROLLTON — Miss Deborah Granger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pranger Jr. who has studied dancing for the past 1C years will open a dance school Saturday in St. John's School hall. Miss Pranger will take children ages 4, 5 and G Saturday at 9 a.m.; children 7, 8 and 9, at 10 a.m. and children at 11. a.m. 10, 11 and 12 Rending Program at Blinker Mill Closes BUNKER HILL - "Recog. lition Night" for young people who [jarticlipated In the summer read- Ing program at Bunker Hill LU brary will be Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the local high school gymnasium. "Moon Shot," the theme for the summer reading program, closed last week with 117 young the flame "tta*" fetevisiofl ftttasr&i? ' f» Who Is lie? BRUSSELS - people of cipating. the community partl- A Belgian ban- versity, New York City. Beginning Aug. 26, Dr. Ashlock the-bomb piket has confounded police by refusing to give his name after being arrested near here. GET YOUR LEVI'S HERE named Xonda. Their other daugrv lers are Cheri, 6 and Crystal, 4. Warren was agriculture teacher at Southwestern High School last Sliipnmn Notes SHIPMAN — Members of Frank Allen family spent weekend in Pery, Ind., the I the where they attended a birthday dinner lor their aunt, Mrs. Anabel Tulle. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Ragle and family of Pontiac spent several days With the Elmer Breitwiser family and other friends. Ragle was a coach at Shipman High School several years ago. Dr. Robert Tygart ol Saulte St. Marie, Mich., came for his sons, John, Dennis and David, who have been guests for three weeks of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Doughty. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Breitwiser, Terry, Kathy and Betty and Miss Carol Sue, of Columbia, Mo., are vacationing in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. David Suhling entertained at dinner on Tuesday evening in honor of birthday of their son the second Timothy. do when shoes are shof? 3is. Mrs.Kowaen is tne lor- r Elizabeth Roady, daughter Mrs. T. G. Roady of Carroll- and the late T. G. Roady, a is a teacher of English in the ;h school in Decatur. DARJEELING — Citizens have complained that tourists should be afforded a better view of Mr. Everest since Tiger Hill has been closed to visitors. LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS ALTON HOME "IMPROVEMENT! Repair NEW LOW PRICE! ONLY- can we. -find an eaHng spot? WE WILL NOT BE i"ND E f*S OLD , LIGHTEST . Just 12 pounds of. pleasure. This ' ' 'smartly-styled ' lightweight Is really portable — truly personal. Use it anywhere end everywhere, inside or out: takes little more table space than your telephone book. BRIGHTEST General Electric puts a perfect "Daylight Blue" plctur* Into a neat 60 square inches (11" diag.).. .'brings you a brighter, sharper, clearer image than ever before. BEST Of course. This great new TV idea was designed by G.E. engineers for YOU. 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