Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1963 Area Schools Get $146,370 For Vocational Education EDWARDSVIU.E — The 13 school districts in Madison County nrc rrepivinc a total of $146,370.59 as reimbursement toward salaries of teachrrs rnpaped In vocational education programs during the ]9fi2-63 school yrar. County Supt. of Schools Wilbur R. L. Trimpe, in announcing release of reimbursement vouchers to the schools today, listed amounts paid to each of the 13 districts. Alton Community Unit Dist. 11 received tlie largest sum, $54,678.54. Smallest sum was paid to the Collinsville Community Unit District. $433.76. Area districts and amounts of their reimbursement payments were: Roxana, $4,642.85; East Alton-Wood River High School Dist. 14, $20,677.26, the third highest sum paid; Bethalto, $5,923.25; Edwardsville, $8,810.86; Livingston, $1,328.03, and Worden, $1,334.15. The Granite City School District EMPEROR JONES' REVTVAI, NEW YORK (AP) — A revival of "The Emperor Jones," opera by Louis Gruenberg based upon Eugene O"Neill's famous play, is being planned by Milton Rosenstock one of Broadway's leading theater orchestra conductors. Rosenstock, who has secured over-all rights to the property, Is also discussing possible TV and film productions. Gruenberg, now 79, wrote the work in 1933 and it was presented at the Metropolitan Opera with Lawrence Tibbett in the title role. Hospital Notes received the second highest payment in the county, $30,391.55. END OFTHE MONTH SALE FRIDAY-SATURDAY-MONDAY, Sept. 27-28 & 30 SPECIAL GROUP OF MATERNITIES Including dressy dresses, casual dresses, wool dresses and wool suits 15% to 20% REDUCTION! Regular $8.98 to $39.98 Values SPECIAL GROUP MATERNITY SKIRTS Regular 4.98 to 5.98 Values Mostly Size 12 GROUP OF MATERNITY TOPS 3 : Regular $^29 3.98 and 5.98 •**.*** 462-9011 215 W. THIRD ST. Downtown Alton MRS. ETNA CAROTHERS, Owner. Alton Memorial MEDICAL David Thomas, Wood River. Muriel Gibbs, Wood River. William Elliott, 2001 Liberty. Theresa White, Godfrey. Dennis Scott, Brighton. Michael Ringor, Sullivan Drive. Mi-s. Lois Rogers, East Alton. Thomas White, Godfrey. Jimmy Harrison, Cottage Hills. John Rlcker, Stewardson. SURGICAL Mrs. Edna Willis, Godfrey. Mrs. Ruby Orr, East Alton. Teresa Malone, 317 Dry. Franz Wuellner, 1715 Liberty. Mrs. Helen Smith, East Alton. Timothy Libbra, Staunton. John Doerr, 3022 Glenwood. Mrs. Janet Jones, East Alton. Kenneth Coons, 3408 Badley. Donald Westfall, Brighton. Ralph Richter, East Alton. Mrs. Carol Elledge, Alton. Orvllle Davidson, 308 Brookside. DISMISSALS Mrs. Elizabeth Chambliss, 1854 Evergreen. William Boyd, Granite City. Muriel Glbbs, Wood River. Mrs. Glendia Entriken, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Nell Nunn, 338 Jefferson. Harold Lee Tant, Wood River. Mark Clausen, Godfrey. Bruce Brueggemann, Alton. Mrs. Shirley Crabtree, Brighton. Arden Easton, New Douglas. Gregory and Michael Beckham, 3412 Bolivar. Lester Bilyeu, 1122 Milton. Gary Rust, 3840 Berkeley. John Urich, Wood River. Mrs. Sharon Teems, Bethalto. Deborah Huish, 1020 Wallace. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Caroline Beeby, 1828 Evergreen. Haldon Read, 325 Hoffmeister. Elvis Wiseman, Bethalto. Joseph Atchison, 2514 Tibbitt. William Downing Jr., Befhalto. Mrs. Helen Lakes, 1115 Putnam. Mrs. Florence Newell, Cottage Hills. Floyd Bohannon, 820 Broadway. Mrs. Calanthe Brown, 802 Langdon. DISMISSALS Mrs. Wanetta Bodine, 1524 Jersey Mrs. Estella Hamilton, 2611 Brown. Mrs. Marguerite Keller, Grafton Mrs. Clara Telkamp, 2416 Sanford Miss Linda Stout, Bethalto. Robert Cook, Rte. 2, Godfrey. Layo Aldridge, 2727 Residence. Mrs. Emma Wilson, 806 Alby. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Charles Burnett, 1122 Pearl. Mrs. Betty Johnson, 1207 Hampton Mrs. Mildred McElrath, 907 E. 4th Brad Schneider, 608 Sixth, East Alton. Michael Zeisset, Rte. 2, Edwardsville. SURGICAL Mrs. Bonetia Berkel, Staunton. Eugene Duvall, 3724 Berkeley. Mrs. Caroline Lautner, Edwards- villc. Douglas Long, 510 Washington, East Alton. Mrs. Cleo Pratt, Rte. 1, Moro. Joseph R. Ursprung, 1425 Ladd, Miss Denice Holoman, 1419 Clay. DISMISSALS Mrs. Hazel Brown, Bethalto. Joseph Caldarera, lOOa Manor. Robert Carroll, 3415 Oakwood. Mrs. Shirley Council, Roxana. Christine Denton, 1618 Market. Cecil Doyle, 4025 Alby. Roy Elliott, 723% Silver. Ralph Fisher, 610 Anderson. Miss Vonnie Hahn, 2110 Holland. Mrs. Betty Hawkins, 509 Brookside. Mrs. Rosa Hawkins, Rte. 1, Godfrey. Mrs. Sandra Hawkins, Brighton. Walter Hays, 623 E. Sixth. Judith Hill, Rte. 1, Edwardsville. Fred Holmes, 1712 Bozza. Mrs. Stella Keene, West Alton. Mrs. Rose Kochanski, 326 Dry. Oscar McPherson, 610 Eighth. Mrs. Elizabeth Meyers, Wood River. Mrs. Donna Moore, 617 Leonard. Mrs. Velma Sconce, Gralton. Mrs. Freida Sneed, Wood River. Jeffrey Wickenhauser, Godfrey. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Sarah Peeler, East Alton. Asa Foiles, Hardin. SURGICAL Mrs. Robert Kallal, Dow. DISMISSALS Mrs. Terry Willis, Jerseyville. Mrs. Eddie Pyatt, Jerseyville. Sherman Kraushaar, Jerseyville. Wood River Township MEDICAL John C. Depper, 284 Twelfth. Bobby Miller Jr., Hartford. Mrs. Bertha Shehorn, Bunker Hill Mrs. Velma East, 614 Mildred. Mrs. Prudence Clark, Alton. Sherri Johnson, East Alton. Miss Pamela Soper, Godfrey. SURGICAL Timothy Stinnett, Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Daisy Andrus, Cottage Hills Mrs. Rosa Radcliff, Alton. Earl C. Champlin, Alton. Robert Cunnutt, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Helen Hawk, East Alton. James Cherry, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Ora Strain, 249 Jennings. Mrs. Helen Frazier, Godfrey. Vickie R. Gregory, East Alton. Clean Up Day Held at Moro Presbyterian MORO — Men of the local Presbyterian Church held a v/ork day at the church on Saturday when they met and cleaned the prem ises around the church and manse. Lunch was served to the men by Mrs. Earl Wood, Mrs. Maurice Dorsey, and Mrs. Roger Cooper. Mrs. Darlene Metz, Mrs. Robert Wood, Mrs. E. L. Pritchett, Mrs. Maurice Dorsey, Mrs. William Dorsey, and Miss Linda Bolin attended the Christian Education Workshop held at the Elm Street Presbyterian Church, Alton, Sunday afternoon. New Den Mothers MORO — Committee members of Pack 104 Cub Scouts met at the home of Orville Cooper, chairman, last week to make plans for the coming year. Two new den mothers, Mrs. Leslie Cooper and Mrs. James Ham mond, were introduced. Mrs. Robert Allison announced her retirement after serving as den moth er for six years. The Scouts and their families enjoyed a wiener roast at the Leslie Cooper farm following a successful paper drive Saturday. Woman's Club Meeting MORO — The Moro Woman's Club held its first meeting of the season Friday at the Presbyterian Church. Entertainment was by the Moro Merry Maids 4-H girls. They presented a skit, modeled dresses they had made for the county fair, and had other exhibits. Next month has been designated as Guest Night. Anyone in the community interested in attending the October meeting is asked to contact Mrs. Sam Dorsey, membership chairman. Hostesses were Mrs. Rudy Bec- Medora Firemen Plan Fish Fry MEDORA - Volunteer Firemen and their wives will sponsor a fish fry at the American Legion Hall Saturday. Serving w 111 begin at 5 p.m. Proceeds will be used to purchase new fire equipment. Clans Meeting MEDORA — The Esther Class of the Methodist Church met Tuesday evening at the home ol Mrs. Hattle Wilton. Mrs. Earl Strunk led devotions, ker, Mrs. Maurice Dorsey, Mrs. Paul Lowenstein, and Mrs. Homer Klein. Moro Notes MORO — Fifty descendants oi the late Margaret Cooper gathered for a family reunion at the William Cooper farm on Sunday, A basket dinner and supper were served. Marjorie. Philip, and David Cooper, children of Mr. and Mrs Orville Cooper, participated In piano recital at the Highland Library Sunday. They are pupils of Mrs. Lenora Sackett of High land. George Graunke entered the Staunton Community Hospital Sunday for observation. games were provided by Mrs. T. T. Eddleman and a Bible quiz was led by Mrs. Dean Gilworth. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Wilton and Mrs. Gus Orth. Bridal Shower MEDORA — A bridal shower was given last week nt tht Bethel Baptist Church for Miss Barbara Plato, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Howard Plato of Jerseyville. Miss Plato will be married Saturday to Bruce Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Johnson of Medora. Approximately 60 persons were in attendance. Missionary Society MEDORA — The Kemper Missionary Society met Tues- Why "Good-Time Charlie" Suffers Uneasy Bladder UnwlM eating or drinking mar to t source of mild, but annoying bladder irrl tatloiu-making you feel ratleu, tenie •nd uncomfortable. And if restless nlghta with nagging backache, headache or muscular aches and pains due to over-exertion, strain or emotional upaet, are adding to your misery—don't wait—try Doan's Pills. Bonn's Fills act 8 ways for speedy relief. 1—They have a soothing effect on bladder Irritations. 2—A fast pain-relieving action on nagging backache, headaches, muscular aches and pains, ft—A wonderfully mild diuretic action thru the kidneys, tending to increase the output of the 15 miles of kidney tubes. So, get the same happy relief millions have enjoyed tor over «0 years. For convenience, buy Uu large elie. Get Doan's Fills todayl day afternoon at the home of Mrs. 3. L. Tober with eight members and one guest, Mrs. Chalmer Smith of Chicago, present. The group began study on a new book titled, "Man Reaches Out to God." Mrs. Tober and Mrs. Bill Ruyle gave the first two chapters of it at the meeting. The nevt meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. T. B. Ruyle Jr. PARIS — France will crack down on manufacturers who accept orders before they have bought raw material to make goods. AT GIBSON'S .. . Lowest Prices On: LADIES' and MEN'S WATCHES 17-|ewel Movement $17.95 Bulova Diamond Watches $39.50 STOP IN TOMORROW... Open an easy payment account or add to your present Gibson Furniture Account <jjfc»* JEWELRY AND GIFT CENTER ACROSS FHOM GIBSON FURNITURE 408 E. BROADWAY 445-4477 ALTON ROME—Telephone users in all' areas of Italy are complaining about the service given by men operators. GIBSON, CHERRY & GOLTZ does it again! ....Special purchase makes tremendous savings possible! SIMMONS 4-PC. TWIN SIZE HOLLYWOOD SET HERE'S WHAT YOU GET: • CHOICE OF HEADBOARD: BRASS WITH WOODEN SPINDLE ACCENT OR SHAPED WASHABLE PLASTIC • MULTI-COIL SIMMONS INNERSPRING MATTRESS WITH PRE-BUILT BORDER • PRECISION MADE MATCHING BOX SPRING • ADJUSTABLE STEEL FRAME ON PLASTIC CASTERS Priced so low you'll find buying a matching set almost easy. Our special purchase from Simmons will make your bedding dollars go farther. But hurry in to make your selection. At this price these fine sets will go fast . . . and quantities an; limited. ONE REMARKABLY LOW, LOW PRICE! COMPLETE FREE STORESIDE PARKING 0IBSON And GOLTZ OPEN MQN., THURS. & FRI. UNTIL 9 P.M. 417 I. BROADWAY JUST WEST OF THE BRIDGE 465-5541 We're passing the savings along to you if you make your purchase before October 1st! Feature-Packed 1964 Models With Famous General Electric Quality! 11 Inches — 1,2. Lbs. (Diag. Meas.) Just 12 Ibs. of pleasure. This smartly- styled is truly personal/, Tjake little more space than your telephone book! 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