Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 24, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 24, 1963
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1963 Rainbow Girls Install New Officers at Jersey ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEtt JERSEYVILLE - Miss Mimi Grabbe, younger daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Grabbe of Jer- seyvllle, was installed worthy advisor of the Jerseyville Assembly Order of Rainbow for Girls Saturday evening in the Masonic Temple. The new Worthy Advisor is 17 and is a senior at the Jersey Community High School. Her escort for the evening was Bill Downey. The retiring worthy advisor is Miss Judy Ellerman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ellerman. Other officers installed at the service were: Diane Burwlg, worthy associate advisor, who was escorted by John Prewitt; Jan Heiderscheid, charity, escorted by Jim Trask; Judy Cope, hope, whose escort was her brother, David Cope; Carol Kruse, faith, escorted by Jim Cope. Appointive officers seated included Shari Smith, chaplain; Karen Stamps, drill leader; Linda Crone, love; Laura Lee Erwin, religion; Martha Church, nature; Sue Sandberg, immortality; Linda Williams, fidelity; Wilma Hall, patriotism; Linda Weller, service; Valda Tuetken, confidential observer; Joyce Weller, outer observer; Brenda Geisler, musician; and Janet Fleming, choir director. Judy Ringhausen is recorder and Marthy Jean Jones, treasurer. Mrs. Pauline Coye is associate mother advisor. Those in charge of the installation service were: Judy Ellerman, installing worthy advisor, escorted by Bill Downey; Mary Naylor, installing recorder, whose escort was Jim Trask; Barbara Gary, installing marshal, escorted by her brother, Jim Gary; Trudy Thomas, installing chaplain, escorted by John Prewitt. Roberta Krause, was installing musician and Jtoncy Cope was installing soloist. Gail Kincade was inviting drill leader. Miss Grabbe advanced to her station through a guard of Demolay boys in full regalis and carrying American flags. In the line were: Jim Gary, Mike Ansell, Ed Downey, Russell Landon, Don Little, David Duvall, Dan Wieland and Robin Edwards. When she received her crown at the altar Miss Cope sang to her, "Stay as Sweet As You Are". As the colors took their stations, Miss Cope sang, "In the Garden of Tomorrow". The new worthy advisor received a bouquet of roses from the Rainbows, the presentation being made by Mark Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Graham. The retiring worthy advisor, Miss Ellerman, was awarded the past worthy advisor's jewel by Miss Grabbe and Mrs. Cope presented her with a Rainbow Bible. Out - of - town relatives of Miss Grabbe here for the installation included her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gwillim, aunt, Mrs. Walter Rinehardt and grandsons Reed and Walter Rinehardt all of Alton. West Grade PTA To Meet at Jersey JERSEYVILLE - The Parent Teachers Association of West Elementary School will hold the first meeting of the year Thursday beginning with a potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. Mothers of fifth grade students will be hostesses. Members are asked to furnish food for their family and bring their own table service. Funeral of Infant JERSEYVILLE — F u n e r al services for Cathy Lynn Willis, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Willis were conducted at 4 p.m. Saturday from Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home to Oak Grove Cemetery. The Rev. Carl Holwerda of Delhi officiated. The infant was born Sept. 21 at Jersey Community Hospital and was dead at time of birth. Surviving are her parents; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Willis of Jerseyville; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Jennings of Delhi; paternal great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Willis of Jerseyville and maternal great grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Shanks of Jerseyville. Bunker Hill Classes Elect Officers BUNKER HILL — Class officers have been elected at the Bunker Hill High School for the '63-'64 school year. They are: Freshmen: Bradley Scroggins, president; Studebaker Will Unveil Newest Models at Cordes Wednesday Steven Sheryl Hull, Renken, vice-president; secretary; and HAROLD CORDES Stylized chevron side trim on quarter panel of roof sets off Sludebaker's top line car for 1964, the elegant Cruiser. Cruiser is built only in this four door sedan model, and is equipped with a 289 V-8 engine as standard. New Studebaker will be shown Wednesday at the local dealer, Cordes Motor Co. Studebaker, America's most experienced builder of vehicles, has chosen to play strongly on the per formance theme again in 1964 by Devery Howerton, treasurer. Sophomores: Nancy Cagle, president; Wesley Scroggins, vice- president; Jennifer Cagle, secretary; and Mike Stone, treasurer. Juniors; David Brunaugh, president; Rick Wooldridge, vice-president; Sandy Johnson, secretary; Nikki Payne, treasurer. Seniors: Carl Chapman, president; Robert Teter, vice president; Janice Barth, secretary; and Fred Miller, treasurer. Graf ton Woman Honored at Party , GRAFTON — Mrs. Hattie Irwin, who marked her 71st birthday Friday, was honored at a surprise party at her home that evening by neighbors and friends. Present were Mrs. George Paddock, Mrs. Martha Sheridan, Mrs. Earl Pittenger, Mrs. Marie Critchfield, Mrs. Lola Freiman, Mrs. Richard Bolfing, Mrs. Milton Sutton, Mrs. Wilbur Banfield, Edna, Mary, Bob and Dee Irwin, all of Grafton, and Mrs. Louis Buck, Alton, and Mrs. Milton Failor of Hannibal, Mo. Grafton Notes GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. John Purcell have returned home from a three - week vacation trip. FranklinPark Bank Robbed Of $25,000 FRANKLIN PARK, IH.I KAP)— A team of robbers pulled a well time holdup of the Frankliln Park Bank Monday and escaped, under gunfire, with an estimated $25,000 30,000. Four men, dressed in coveralls and caps and masks fashione< from white T-shirts, entered the bank. The leader announced the stickup. Another placed leadfillet coffee cans against the opened doors to assure a quick getaway Ten emplolyes and about a doz en customers were forced to knee taging its press review at famed Bonneville Salt Flats in an atmos- here of endurance runs and per- ormance evaluation. Moreover, the all-new styling of he 1964 Studebaker cars mirrors he performance concept In every risp, sharp line. For the first time since 1959, Studebaker has made a complete urnabout in styling, but still re- ains a hint of styling continuity n its new cars. This year, across he entire basic line of 13 dif- erent body models in six dif- erent series, the cars have a risp and smartly tailored appearance. Most apparent sheet metal ihanges are in sweeping new expanses of sculptured metal on the Mrs. Amelia Forbes returned Qn the {loor while in about 30 sec home Thursday from Florissant, Mo., where' she visited for three weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dean. AFCO GAS FURNACE With New Duct Work Installed For 398 AS FOLLOWS: Model AFB-75 (75,000 BTU) natural gas furnace, installation includes new duct work In basement for average 4-room home connected to present registers (maximum of 5 hot air openings), vented to present flue, and ONE YEAR FREE SERVICE. Call Our Qualified Engineer for Free Estimates — No Obligation Larger Models at Comparable Savings (Installation of Utilities Optional At Extra Cost) This Is a Pre-Season Special Offer—Will Expire Sept. 30th ALTON SHEET METAL CORP. No Money Down! TAKE UP TO 155 WEEKS TO PAY 103 CENTRAL AVE. ALTON 462.0609 or 462-4333 onds three men cleaned out the money drawers, placing the cas! in cardboard boxes. A woman taller managed to trip (the alarm, but police squads an swering were blocked by a freigh train passing on tracks next ti the bank. More policemen responding ar rived as the robbers rushed from the bank to their black sedan waiting with a fifth man at the wheell. The robbers sped away and shots were exchanged in a wile chase through the suburb west o Chicago. Later, the sedan wa found in the garage of a vacan residence, where police found a carbine and some clothes similalr to those worn in the holdup. Police Chief Willliam F.. Koer ber said that minutes before thi alarm sounded, two squads had been dispatched to a bomb threa at a nearby high school, appar ently a distraction by the robbers East Alton Girl Graduate Nurse EAST ALTON — Miss Katherin Louise Harris, daughter of Mr and Hrs. Herbert E. Harris, 46' California Street, East Alton, wa graduated from the St. Louis Citj Hospital School of Nursing recent Miss Harris, a graduate of Rox ana High School, received an ed ucational stipend from the th School of Nursing of $191 pe month, as did all members of th senior class, a provision made fo educational expenses and post graduate work. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily IT Buy any carpet anywhere ... at an/price • until you've shopped our 5 for 4 anniversary sale! ANSEL A. GRAVES • Father MERLE GRAVES • Sou PON GRAVES • Son RAY M. GRAVES • Bon BILL D. GRAVES • Son Superior Carpet Company is Celebrating its 2Sth Anniversary by offering great savings on every roll of carpet in stock! Come out tonite! • Select from fhe largest carpet stock In thi* area! 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU! BUY 5 YARDS AND PAY FOR ONLY 4 SUPERIOR CARPET CO, • WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER • 1636 MAIN STREET—ALTON hoods, deck lids and roofs of the '64 cars. Fender lines too are longer and sweep in both directions toward sharply squared-of] front and rear sections. An indented "catwalk" on each side of the lengthened hood is repeated in the rear deck styling and the flattended elegance of the new roof line flows rearward to a steeply angled rear window. Thi rear window area is stronglj marged by a double . bevel in metal sculpture, with all line clean and knife-edged, leading ti the nearly flat back glass area. The cars have lost all trace o the "compact" appearance they once bore and for 1964 Studebaker cars are almost six inches longer | than they were in 1963. In Alton Public Schools SIU Program for Promoting String Music Is Established A pilot program to hplp schools levelop and improve instrumental tring music has been established n the Alton school district through he cooperation of Southern Illinois University. Three schools have been scheduled to use the methods made .vailable by John Kendall, a ecognized expert in the field soured by SIU. They are Mark ["wain, Gilson Brown and McKiney. A different instrumental teacher will be assigned to each school, to give three instructors an opportunity to work with Kendall. Kendall's schools will be made ivailable to schools in the Madison-St. Clair County area at no cost to the schools. Belleville and East St. Louis are' currently the only other districts besides Alton that have string >rograms and school orchestras. Results of the program will be reported at the end of the year when evaluation is completed. Swedes Offer Machine STOCKHOLM — A new type of ildewalk paving machine has been invented by a Swedish firm. Lodge at Chesterfield Marks Advance Night CHESTERFIELD - Members of the Agnes Wickfield Eastern Star chapter of Chesterfield, ob- Saturday evening at Masonic Hall. Among guest were: Barbara Duckels find John Tapscott of the Chesterfield chapter, were worthy matron and worthy patron; Olive Bates of Chesterfield and Raymond Roades, Palmyra-Scottville chapter, associate matron and fissociate patron. Mrs. Velma Dukels of Carlinville was guest of honor. Chestefield Note* CHESTERFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Adam, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Trill ol Wrights, left Saturday for a weeks visit in Missouri. Jim Woods, son of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Woods, a member of the Air National Guard Unit at Spring field, has entered active service training at Lackland AFB near San Antonio, Texas. After com- Jerscyville Girf At St. Louis School Miss Janet HJnman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hinrnnn of 409 East Leavett, Jerseyville has nrolled in the Gradwohl School of Laboratory Technique in St. Louis. She will take a one-year course in raining in medical laboratory :echnology, then serve a six- month's internship in a hospital aboratory. 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