Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 19, 1963
Page 13
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Section 2 Pages 13-22 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Comia Family Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Proas. Rep. Clabaugh to Speak at Jersey, Calhoun Institute Ceremonial Bottle Swing Big Flop CHICAGO (AP) - Those splashy, champagne bottle launchings are going the way of the battleship. Press agents for the Greyhound Corp. tried Wednesday to launch the GJide-A-Ride—a 60-passenger coach which will haul sightseers at next spring's New York World's Fair. Company official Thomas J. Deegan tried to christen the Glide-A-Ride by pouring champagne on it—but tradition-steeped photographers would have none of it. So Deegan wound up and wacked the bus's Fiberglass body with a second bottle and got nothing but a thud and a dent. In three more swings he succeeded only in inflicting three more dents—two on the bus and one on the nose of a live greyhound that got too close to the JERSEYV1LLE — State Rep. Charles Clabaugh of Champaign will bo guosl speaker on the afternoon program of the combined Jersey and Calhoun County teachers' institute to be held Oct. 10 at the Calhoun County High School. Mr. Clabaugh is well-known as a "Friend" of education. He is a member of the school problem committee and house education committee, being presently chairman of the latter group. He has addressed many audiences of school people, parents and others interested in educational affairs. Clabaugh has traveled extensively in North America and Europe and has observed Various customs and the operation of school systems. His talk at the institute will be based on his European travels and he will show movies taken during his trip. Chester E. Knight, county superintendent of Calhoun County will preside at the institute and O. A. Wilson Jr., Jersey County superintendent of school, is assisting with arrangements. ceremonies. On the next try, Deegan's back- swing shattered the bottle on the curb, and everybody went home. SLICK PAPER STORY Rolls of "slick" magazine paper, weighing more than two tons each, occupy Brighton sidewalk after truck, bound for Clinton, Iowa, overturned Wednesday morning when the. heavy rolls shifted as it rounded a curve. Three Injured in Crash Near Jersey THIS LOOK is exciting... great new profited Adventures in beauty! Open side,., brown patent on mink brown calf. Side swoop...antelope lustre calf on sable brown textured suede, black suede on matte calf, black lustre calf on suede. See through..,brown patent on mink brown calf, black grained on black calf, black peau de sole on suede. Each in other lovely combinations by MARQUISE, JACQUELINE and CORELLI $12.99 to $18.99 AH retooncM to teaWw apply to uppers JERSEYVILLE - Three of the four occupants of a 1960 • Chevrolet driven by Donald E. McDaniels, 19, of Rte. 1, Kane, were injured early Wednesday when the car went out of control and overturned on the blacktop highway between Jerseyville and Kane. The highway was oiled several weeks ago. The accident occurred, according to state police, at 1:05 a.m. Passing motorists took the injured to the Jersey Community Hospital. The driver of the car, Donald E. McDaniels, escaped with i minor bruises. Ralph Wilson, 20, of Jerseyville, sustained a fracture of the right leg between the knee and ankle. He was admitted to the Jersey Community Hospital. William Beeder of Brighton, 20, was treated for shoulder'in- juries and released. He returned to the hospital Wednesday morning for further examination and X-rays. Martha Crabtree, 15 of 510 Clay St., Jerseyville, was treated for bruises and shock and later released from the hospital. State Trooper Rutger Peters of Hardin and Corp. Wayne Fowling of Grafton were called to the scene of the accident, and an arrest ticket charging too fast for conditions was issued by Peters jto McDaniels. The latter entered his appearance Wednesday morning before Justice A. Thatcher and was released on bond for appearance Oct. 18. Jersey Unit Staff Hears Dr. Eyman «/ JERSEYVILLE - Dr. Ralph Eyman, who has served as dean of boys at Florida State University in Tallahassee, was guest speaker at the annual all-employe and board dinner of Community Unit 100 Tuesday evening in the cafeteria of the Jersey Community High School. Dr. Eyman spoke on "Common Sense in Education," "How to Work With Others," "Gaining the Confidence of Others" and "Living Within Your Income". A former Jersey County farm adviser, Dr. Eyman left here for California to further his education and from there went to Florida where he was dean for 25 years. Gus F. Roth, superintendent of the unit, presided at the meeting and introduced Scott H. Courier, principal of the Jersey Community High School, who gave the invocation. Following dinner William D. Oilman, president of the board of education, introduced members of the board, Aron Cope, Forrest Duncan, Hubert E. Mourning, Chris Ringhausen, Bernard J. Schroeder and William K. Wieland. Mrs. Kentner Rice led group singing and Was accompanied by Jim Makinson. Two vocal solos were given by David Cope who was accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Aron Cope. O. A. Wilson, county superintendent of schools, introduced the guest speaker. "SIJCCKSS TO LONDON LONDON (AP) — The Rodgers- Hart musical hit of 25 years ago "The Boys from Syracuse" gets its first British production at the Drury Lane Nov. 7. The show was recently revived off-Broadway and that New York success prompted the London undertaking. Fieldon PTA Plans Fish Fry Sept. 21 JERSEYVILLE — Seventy-five were present for the first meeting of the year of the Parent Teachers Assn. of the Fieldon School Tuesday evening. President Jim Whitehead presided at the meeting and Raymond B. Smith, principal, introduced members of the teaching staff. The group will hold a fish fry Sept. 21 the proceeds of which will be used to blacktop the basketball court. At the meeting the room count was awarded to the 8th grade. Officers of Jersey High Are Elected JERSEYVILLE - The t h r e e upprr classes at the Jersey Community High School have completed organization for the inro-M term. Tom Prough is president of the senior class, Tony Krueger is vice president and Sharen Rcnch, secretary-treasurer. Class sponsors are Charles Hamilton, Harold Finn, Sessna H. James and Mary Heitzig. Tom Beaty heads the juniors with James Sinclair as vice president and Deanna Mottaz as secretary-treasurer. Sponsors a r e: Paul Carey, Ronald Hamp and James Makinson. President of the sophomore class is Don Trask; Mary Kay Green is vice president, and Gary Goodman, secretary - treasurer. James Mick and Earl Stone are class sponsors. 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