Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 16, 1963 · Page 6
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September 16, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PACE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Carrollton Grade PTA Committees Announced Bagley Insurance Agency Davis Building 211 E. Broadway - Alton, III. PHONE: 462-2015 • With great pleasure, Farmers Auto of Pekin and Pekin Insurance Company report to the people of this area the appointment of this highly qualified insurance agency. We are confident that our policyholders will receive skilled and understanding service in keeping with the established Pekin Fanners Insurance reputation. STOP BY OR PHONE ABOUT THIS PROTECTION: LOW-COST FIRE INSURANCE—a complete range of policies for homeowners, fanners and businessmen, with savings up to 20%. COMPLETE CAR INSURANCE — important extras in protection, with fast, fair claim service throughout the U.S. and Canada. ALL RISK INSURANCE — specialized, low- cost protection for any or all of your valuable personal possessions from Farmers Auto of Pekin. LIABILITY INSURANCE —- special policies from Fanners Auto for the individual, the fanner or the businessman, protecting against damage or injury claims. CARROLLTON - Bill Schimpf. principal of the Carrollton Elementary School, will show a film explaining the new mathematics program at the first mcctinc of the Carrollton Elementnry Parent Teacher Assn. Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the school assembly room. The theme of the PTA meet- Ings this year will be "Strengthening Human Values Through Shared Responsibility". A discussion will be held during the business meeting on a proposal to increase the dues in the PTA and a vote will be taken. Mrs. Joseph Davidson, n e w president of the PTA, has announced her committees for the year. They are: Mrs. Don Griffith, Bill Schimpf, Mrs. Hazel Price, the Rev. Darwin Rolens, Mrs. William Hopkins and Paul Crotchett, program; Louis Ballard, Mrs. Jack Alfeld, Mrs. Charles Sullivan and Mrs. Ray Hopkins, finance; Mrs. Martin Davidson Mrs. James Nims and Mrs. John Gillingham Jr., membership; Mrs. Raymond Kirbach and Mrs. Herbert Widdowson, publicity; William Vogt and Jack Alfeld, legislation; Mrs. Paul Pressler, Mrs. Lee Pohlman and Bill Schimpf, student aid; Mrs. Everett Mehl, Mrs. Lee Pohlman, Mrs. John Clark and Mrs. William Miner, health and summer roundup; Mr. and Mrs. John Price, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reischman and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brooks, hospitality; Mrs. Frank Daniels and the Rev. Dan Vitito, international relations; Mrs. Hope Hunnicutt, John Clark and Jack Bertman, safety; Joe Davidson, Robert Four Greene Units To Meet This Week CARROLLTON — Mrs. Eloise Tholen, Greene County home adviser, will give a lesson "Encouraging Youth to Remain in School" at four Homemaker Extension unil meetings this week. The minor lesson on 'The Peace Corp" will be given by local leaders. The Mt. Gilead unit will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the home Of Mrs. Norbert Sethaler. The Kane Night Unit will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Cory at 8 p.m. The Wrights Unit will meet at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the home of Mrs. A. J. Wright and the Berdan Unit will meet Friday at FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Bod Lull "It's nothing, Dear. Your Father just discovered he has a paid-up life insurance policy." Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the dining room of the Methodist Church. David Becker will be program chairman. COLOMBO—Tax revision law have been held up by the govern ment of Ceylon. Butler, William Widdowson and Christmas treat; Vogt, Hugh Herbert Cross, and Jack Alfeld, Mrs. Thomas Hough and Mrs. Gerald Ditman, members of the nominating committee. Other officers of the PTA are Mrs. Don Griffith, vice president; Mrs. Martin Davidson, secretary, and Louis Ballard, treasurer. 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CARROLLTON — Miss Nita Ford wJl show pictures of some of 'ier overseas trips at the carry in supper meeting of the _reene County Democratic Women's Club Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Knights of Colum- DUS hall in Carrollton. Mrs. Richard McLane of Car- 'ollton is in charge of arrangements and the public is invited to attend. Delta Kappa Gamma Picnic CARROLLTON — Members o the Delta Kappa Gamma sorority and their guests had a picnic supper Friday evening at the shelter house in the Lions Club park in White Hall. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. George Grauel, Mrs. Ruth Hunt, Mrs. C. G. Purl, Mrs. Jonetta Maupin, Miss Nita Ford and Miss Ella Black. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Admitted to the hospital Friday as medical patients were: Mrs. Laura Short of Greenfield and Terry Hartman of White Hall. Mrs. Florence Camerer of Carrollton was admitted Saturday. Dismissed Saturday were Mrs. Judith Coughlin of Alton; Mrs. Grace Jones and Cletus Anthony Hedger both of Carrollton. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON—Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sturgeon and sons of Naperville spent the weekend here with Mrs. Sturgeon's mother and other relatives. Mrs. Oren Siebermann will return home Tuesday from Kirkwood where she spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. H O'Dell. The dinner meeting of the Carrollton Lions Club will be held ROME—Italy's industrial production continues to gain. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FA8TEETH, ft pleasant alkaline (non-acid) powder, holds false teeth mot* flrmljr.To eat and talk In more comfort, ju«t sprinkle a little PAS- TEETH on your platee. No gummy, gooey, PMC? tftit* or feeling. Checks •plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETB at any drug counter. Budget OKd By PTA at Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL — 'A propos ;d budget of $550 was adopted at the regular meeting of the Parent - Teachers Association Thursday evening. R. 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