Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 28, 1963 · Page 11
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August 28, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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ALTON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, tttt Illinois State Normal Name Changed on Its Birthday If yo« are 106 yeafg old, il is hard to get folks to call you by a new name. t's the broblem faced by 11- State Normal University. ''Oil Jfatt. 1, it Will become "Illinois --fetftte University at Normal", as '-the result of legislation signed last Week by tSov. Otto Kerner. When •'the. University's 107th birthday is ' rtlarked oh Feb. 18, it is anticipat- v'cd that everyone wilt know its 'flew name. Although university adminis- "trators and members of the Teachers College Board took no direct part in the name change, ' they also took no action to stop it. All felt it was a matter for the legislature and governor to -decide. Prime movers in t h e .change were students and some "'faculty members who said the "Word "Normal" gave the wrong impression of a university now "granting doctorates. Widely used 75 years ago by two-year teacher training institutions, use of "Normal" by such schools now is practically extinct in the United Stales. Retention of Normal as part ol Ihc new name for the present ISNU appears appropriate, however, most people agree. For it shows location of the university in the Town of Normal. And tho town, almost a century ago, be came Normal, after the University was established, rather than the Junction (or railroad crossings) or North Bloomingfon, as it had been called before incorporated. Illinois State, as students already have been calling the university, may be a bit more diffi cull for the thousands upon thousands of alumni to get used to. And retention of the word "Normal" in the name will please old-timers, who will still return to the town by that name when they come back to their alma mater. "Where is Illinois State?" "At Normal," they can explain. It's really part of the name, you know. When you use the official title, you must say "Illinois State University at Normal." ODD Peg Bracken and Kod Lull 1 $00 Attend Tmpshoot in Greene County CARROLLTON The trap Charles Posiel Heads Greene County Council "I guess I'll nover get Frank's closet really cleaned out, Alice. It was only a couple of months ago he let me give away the suits with NKA labels." Shipman Couple Observes 53rd Wedding Anniversary shoot and dinner sponsored by the C. and E. Sportsman club Sun- lay at Robin Hood Country Club was attended by approximately !,- XX) persons. The dub will sponsor another rap shoot Sunday at Robin Hood Beginning at 1 p.m. It is planned to buy an electric trap from the proceeds of some of the trap shoots. Plans have also been made for a membership family picnic to he held at Robin Hood Sept. 15 and for a Thanksgiving dinner of the membership and their families in November. Reunion Robert Setha- was elected SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Schoeneman observed their 53rd wedding anniversary •* * * NOTICE LABOR DAY-SEPTEMBER 2 LEGAL HOLIDAY The Following Banks Will Observe Monday, Sept, 2, as a Legal Holiday and Will Not Be Open for Business. Alton Banking and Trust Co., Alton Bethalto National Bank, Bethalto First National Bank and trust Co., Alton First National Bank, Wood River Godfrey State Bank Illinois State Bank, East Alton The Bank of Alton, Alton Sunday. Their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Pocklington. entertained at a dinner In their honor. Mrs. Schoeneman, the former Miss Hallie Baxter, and Mr. Schoeneman were married Aug. 24. 1910 and have resided on a farm east of Shipman ever since. Guests at the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Schoeneman, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stone, Mrs. Sophia Breitwiser, and Rev. and Mrs. .Don DuRall and family. Cur Burns SHIPMAN — The Shipman Fire Department were called out Monday evening when a car owned by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Welch of Bunker Hill caught tire east of town. The car was a total loss. Cause of the blaze is undetermined. Visits Polio Patient SHIPMAN — Howard Heyen Jr., 13 - year - old son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hayen of Dorchester, remains a patient at St. John's Hospital in Springfield where he lias been a patient for several weeks suffering with polio. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heyen visited him Monday and he was able to sit up that day for the first time. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Kahl, Mr. and Mrs. VV. O. Kahl and family and Eldon Kali! were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kahl in Taylorville. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Pocklington visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robinson and family in CARROLLTON - ler of Carrollton president at the annual Pranger family reunion Sunday at the city park. Other officers elected were Mrs. Keith Smith of White Hall, treasurer, and Mrs. H. L. Pranger, Carrollton, secretary. Birthday Parry CARROLLTON — Mrs. James Nims entertained at a swimming party Monday morning at the McCadden pool honoring her daughter, Judy, who was celebrating her 13th birthday. Guests were Cynthia Thiebaud of Belle Glade, Fla., Dana Wiggins of Riverside, Carol Birger, Sally Birger and Nancy Birger of Chicago, Debbie McLane. Gayle Sullivan, Dotty Allen, Jane Barnett, Kathryn Vogt, Wanda Green, Pat Walker, and Carolyn Kelly of this city. * Fractures Arm CARROLLTON - Phillip Lovekamp, 12, son of Mrs. Orville Lovekamp of this city and t h e late Orville Lovekamp, fell while at play Monday afternoon at his home and fractured his left arm at the wrist. The boy was taken to Boyd Memorial Hospital for Xrays and the arm was placed in a cast. Parents of Son CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews of Atlanta, Ga., are the parents of a son, born Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital in Atlanta. The child is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. George Andrews of Carrollton. Kane Sunday evening. The Robinson family were former Shipman residents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wood have returned from Kentucky where they went for their daughters, Shirley and Kay, who have been visiting there. CARROLLTON '•"- Charles Posto! of Rockbridge was recently elected chalrrrtan of the Greene County Agricultural- Extension Council. ' Other officers elected Were Dale Featherstone of Wrights, vice-chairman; Curtis Pregler of Kane, secretary; Carl Sheffer ol Wrights, treasurer, Chairmen of the various committees within the Council are Raymond Mears of Greenfield, farm management; Howard Guthrie of White Hall, soils and crops; D. B. Dixon of Kane, livestock; Thomas Halidlln of Eldred, 4-H Club committees. Now members on the Council are Floyd Collins and Fletcher Smith, both of White Mall. Holdover members are Gale George of White Hall, J. Robert Ford of Greenfield and Kenneth Robinson of Kane. Fractures Hip CARROLLTON - Mrs. U. D, Clark, formerly of this city, who has been making her home in a Masonic Home in Sullivan, fel at the Home Sunday and fractured her hip. She was moved to the Memorial Hospital in Mattoon where she underwent surg cry Monday. Mrs. Clark's son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. V i c t o i Clark of this city, went to Mattoon Monday to spend the day with Mrs. Clark. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday as medical patients were Mrs Theresa Kaffer of White Hall and Joseph McCormick of Port Ed wards, Wis. Miss Elizabeth Burch of Carrollton was admitted foi surgery Monday. Mrs. Crysta White of White Hall was admit ted Tuesday as a medical pa tient. Michael Costello of Greenfield was dismissed Monday. Dismiss ed Tuesday were Paul Bushnei of Carrollton, Ed Reif of Hettick and Mrs. Mary Sayre and daugh ter of Eldred. Carroilton Notes CARROLLTON — A marriagi license was issued Aug. 26 in th office of Richard McLane, Green county clerk, to Jim Tool of Rood house and Miss Betty Hankins o Greenfield. Miss Cynthia Thiebaud and Billj Thiebaud left Wednesday to retur to their home in Belle Glade, Fla fter spending, five weeks with icir grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. K. Hutchens of Carrollton and [r. nnd Mrs. Oscar Thiebaud of reenfield. Mr.and Mrs. William Robinson •ent to Jefferson City, Mo., Monay afternoon where they visitee .obinson's mother, Mrs. James annady, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. James Nims re- irned home Friday from Wll mette where they had spent a few ays with Nims' brother-in-law nd sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jfaiiqulst. They were accompan ed home by their daughter, Judy vho had spent a few weeks at the jVanquist home. Miss Julie Short of Ferguson is pending this week with he randmother, Mrs. George Green nd Mr. Green. Mrs. Dorothy Pettlngell and laughter, Susan, and son, Tern ileton, of Barrington arrived Wed lesday lo spend the remainder o lie week with her father, Di Ted Walter. Mrs. Vern Kinney, and daugh er, Miss Harriett, and Mrs. Iren Lane of Springfield and grand daughter, Miss Leanne Briggs o 'eoria and Mrs. Ruth McCollun of Ferguson, Mo., were guest Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Ma? Imlth. Mrs. Kinney and daughte are cousins of Smith. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Wiggln and family of Riverside are spend ng this week with Mrs. Wiggins >arents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bow man. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Birge ind family left Monday to retur o their home in Chicago after /isit at the home of Dr. and Mr A. D. Wilson. Right now in the ALTON AREA WFRE GOING Of eeiie Catiiity 4*tt Committee to Meet CARROLLTON — Members of he Greene County Home Economics 4-tt Club committee will icet Thursday in thb Farm Bur- ait building to judge club rec- rds for awards and to complete lans for the fall achievement >rograni. Miss Helen Plnkerton is chairman of the committee and com- nlttee members are Mrs. Albert Clendenen, Mrs. Keith" Muntz, Mrs. Gary Melvln, Mrs. Robert Meldnmi and Mrs, Rex Hallock Plnti Funeral CARROLLTON — Funeral serv ces for George Wesley Flat Were conducted Monday at 2:30 i.m. at Simpson Funeral Horn jy the Rev. Robert Wagener o Carrollton, assisted by the Rev larry Frazler of Jerseyvllle Pallbearers were Jake Claflln Robert Best, Harold Flatt, Wll iam Flail, George Farrow am Leslie Flalt. Burial was In Car rollton City Cemetery. Visit Research Farm CARROLLTON — A group o jrecne county farmers went t Californians consume more tha twice as much bourbon as th residents of any other state. 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In the group, were Ivan Bcebo, Clem Wagner, Tom Ballard, Don Allen and David Ilembrough of CniToltton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ford and family, Francis SteeUcl and Laverno Ovcrbey of Greenfield; Geoi'ge Cummlngs, Elmer Hel/er, Don Lavey, Hayden Smith, and Jim Esnrey of White Hall; Tom Chism of Clicstcrfield, and Wilbur Williams of Rockbrldge. For VACATION Money 'PUBLIC FINANCE ... Fast Service . . . Up to $8OO . . . On sensible plans Money to Go Now—Pay Later. Thousands us* our plans every year for their vacations— you can, too. With good credit and steady employment, you're all set. Call, write, or come In today for the amount you want. Life Insurance Is Available On Your Loan ^PUBLIC FINANCE r 1 ""— CORPORATION 331 Belle, Alton—HO 5-5S56 20 Eastgate Shop. Ctr., E. Alton—CL 4-3864 20 N. Wood River. 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