Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 13
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August 29, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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AUt)N EVENING Students mduate • Miss 6f Mt. and of this ftHd Mis.' fevft Jane duthrte, of LyflrMl Gtrthfte of Greenfield and daufthtef 61 ^Mt. and Mrs Thomas VtlalliM- bf Carfotlton Will be timbers of the 1963 grad tiatlng class,- of the Passayati 1 Memorial Area Hospital Schoo ol.ftutslng, .. Graduating exercises will be Segt. 6 at 8 p.m. at the Ram ttieikamp Chapel at Illinois Col lege at Jacksonville. Mrs. Suthrle has completed her;, training some months ago attdTis ort'Uie nurslhg staff at the ftassavant* Memorial Area Hospital, Jacksonville, where she will,continue, her work. .Miss Gouriey will leave in September for St. Louis where she plans to be ,on the nursing staff at the John Cochran Veterans Hospital. She will also Continue her- studies at either Washington University or St. Louis University,' 1 Hospital Notes "CARROLLTON — Mrs.Loretta Hill of Batchtown and Fred Kirbach of Carrollton were admitted to.Boyd Memorial Hospital Tuesday as medical patients. Admitted Tuesday for surgery was Mrs Lelia Thomas of Carrollton. Undergoes Surgery CARROLLTON — Mark Kane of this city was scheduled to undergo major surgery Thursday in a hospital in Billings, Mont. Kane and his wife and Mrs. Leo Geers were vacationing in Red Lodge Mont., at the homes of Dr. anc Mrsv James Kane and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kane, when Kane became illand was hospitalized. Dr.- Kane and Michael Kane are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Kane of this city and Mrs. Michael Kane is a daughter of Mrs. Leo Geers. Mrs. Geers returned home Tuesday evening and Mrs. Kane remained in Montana with her husband. —'-'. Wedding Anniversary CARROLLTON — Approximately 150 persons attended the 50th wedding anniversary reception "Sunday afternoon in the local Methodist church honoring Mr. and' Mrs. J. Edwin Brodmarkle. Assisting at the reception were Mr. and Mrs. Gale Weaner, Mrs. Deryl Carswell, Mrs. Keith Muntz, Mrs. Edgar Stockbridge, Mrs. Leo Smith, Mrs. Cecil Rhodes, Mrs. Russell Paxton, Mrs. Adrian Read, Mrs. Kenneth Byland, Mrs. Melvin Prough and David E. Linn. CARROLLTON—Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Grauel and family of Bartlesville, Okla., were overnight guests Monday of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. George Grauel. . Mr. .and Mrs.. Gerald Moser of Arlington Heights will be weekend guests of'Mr. and Mrs. James Neuschwander. .Mrs. Oren Siebermann left Wednesday for Kirkwood to spend-a few days at the home of Mr. .and Mrs. C. H. O'Dell, and she will also visit her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray.Garvels in St. Louis before returning home Tuesday. David Hembrough, Greene county assistant farm adviser, is on vacation this. week. ..~"Miss Vicki Hires, daughter of MK and Mrs. Jesse Hires, returned home Tuesday from'Alton where, she had spent two weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ruden. A. marriage license was issuec Aug. 27 in the office of Richard McLane, Greene county clerk, to Robert Gergen of Alton and Mis: Linjaa.;Herman of Granite City. -Airman and Mrs. Robert Mey er apd children of Duluth, Minn arrived Tuesday to spend a few days with Meyer's parents Mr and Mrs. Louis Meyer, and to at tend the wedding Saturday of his sister, Miss Donna Meyer, and Ronald Stuart of Pawhuska Okla. Other members of the Meyer family who will be here for the wedding are Miss Eliza faeth"..Meyer of Louisville, Ky. who Is a student nurse at Ou Lady of Peace Hospital, and Miss Mary RJeyer of Kokomo Iriii., who is a student nurse a St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. am Mrs, Richard Meyer and chil dren of Berkeley will also spen the weekend here. Mis? Kay Grauel and Mis Betty Birdsong of Clarksville Mo., were weekend guests of Mis Grauel's parents, Mr. and Mrs George Grauel en route to Hunt ingtoh Beach, Calif., where both are teachers. Vandals Damage Jersey Mail Boxes JERSEYVILLE — Sheriff Paul Miller was called to Belletrees Wednesday morning to investigate a complaint that vandals Tuesday night had damaged mail boxes at the farms of Lawrence Finkes Jr., Harry Pavis, Harry McCoy, John Hudson and Julius Bechtold. • Sheriff Miller was also Wednesday to investigate a burglary at the residence of Edward Zimmerman in Chautauqua. Sgnaerlaiid Family Reunion JEJRSEYVILLE — Descendants of the late Lloyd W. and Sarah Siinderland heW their 47th an nual reunion Swi*»y at Lake Hillsbora. Oncers elected for the coming year were; Robert Jasraan, , SprtogfleJd president; William , peters, Springfield, yjce presj. deal; Miss Clara Smidw&iuJ, Jer Firemen To Have Fish Fry SHiPMAN -- Members of the Shipman Volunteer Fire Dept. will sponsor a fish fry at the Shipman Park Friday evening with serving beginning at 5:30 p.m. In the event of rain the fish fry will be moved to the Catholic Church basement. Indian milk. soldiers HOW get more Friday ill Sit) Stttimiei* Courses CAftBONDALfc, 111. -» Flfial examinations will end Friday, for nearly 3,000 students enrolled at Southern Illinois University In 12-weeks summer quarter courses.' This is the second summer that Southern has offered a 3 week quarter in addition to an eight - week session. Next Summer junior courses will be offered on a 12-week basis and the following year the eight - week session will be eliminated Fall quarter at Southern will begin Sept. 25, although neW students will report to the campus Sept. 22 for three days of briem tation. Named Director of State i Program for Gifted Child SPRINGFIELD, HI., — Ray Page, state superintendent of Public instruction, today announced the appointment of David M. JackSon, PH.D., Champaign, principal of University of Illinois High School and professor of Educational Administration at the University of Illinois, as director of the new department for the development of gifted children. The appointment Is effective Sept. 16, subject to approval of his leave of absence from t h o university by the University of Illinois Board of trustees. Since 195?, £>f. Jackson's scope of educational activities ? at the university Included the direction of the experimental school which enrolls gifted children/ ahd he also spearheaded a special study project which conducted a survey for the development of the gtftet child in Illinois. The recommenda lions of this group were present ed to the 73rd General Assem 000 to carry out the program. Page said, "We are most for tunate in acquiring the services of Dr. Jackson. Me is & leading educator In the field of gifted cniidfefl afld his wide experiences will be an asset to this program, which Is the largest ever attempted anywhere." the Gifted Children 1 program, signed into law by the governor on Aug. 5, provides for the establishment of demonstration centers and experimental projects, a staff, a training program and a plan for reimbursement for ma' terials and services. Hie program will be administered by the Office of Public instruction with the advice of a seven-member Advisory Council on'Education for Gifted Children, recently appointed by Supt, Page, At a recent meeting, the Council recommended the establishment of 36 demonstration Centers and six to 10 estjterteefttal pfojeicls. It rfcajmmended.lhat 16 of the demonstration center* begirt this fail, flie Coun-eit will begin ftd- tlon oil other phases of the program at ft Sept. $6, mietlfig hi Springfield. in outlining this program, Dr. Jackson said: "The establishment, beginning this fail, of 16 demonstration centers in all parts of the state and six to 10 experimental projects provides the largest application In the United States to date of the .demonstration concept In ueducatlon. Snobs Assailed MANCHESTER - An English bishop lias charged that snobbery and Ignorance are keeping smart but poor children out of school.. 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