Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 26, 1963
Page 19
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINETEEN Former Shipman Resident Killed SHIPMAN—Oiarles Skaggs has received word of the death of his uncle, Everett Andrew, 55, in an automobile collision at Great Falls, Molrt., where he lived. He was buried Wednesday at Witchita, Kail. Andrew was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Andrews and Was reared in Shipman. Meier Funeral SHIPMAN — Funeral services were conducted for Mrs. Myrtle Meier Tuesday at the Methodist Church by the Rev. Don DuRall and interment was in Shipman Cemetery. Pallbearers were Homer Bohlmeyer, Myron Breitwiser, Robert and Allen Kahl, Leslie and Jay Alward. SHIPMAN - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kahl, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Foiles, Mr. and Mrs. William Shelton, Mr. rind Mrs. Robert Foiles and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foiles attended the Home Progress Show at Morton Wednesday. One Is Much Brighter Jupiter, Saturn Shine in October MEWS COW WES By JAMBS gTOKLEY j Two planets — Jupiter and Saturn — will shine brightly in the evening skies of October. Jupiter, by far the brighter, i» in the constellation of Pisces, the fishes. Saturn is farther west, in Capi- cornus, the sea-goat. Both are shown on the accomp' anying maps, which depict the sky as it looks about 11 p.m., your own kind of daylight saving time (or 10 p.m., if you use standard time) at the beginning of October. They look the same way an hour earlier at the middle of the month, and two hours earlier at the end. The brightest star is Vega, in Lyra, the lyre, visible In the north- DISCOUNT! Ladles' and Misses' 4.95 to 9.93 FLATS Famous $ Labels Others $1.00 to $2.99 All Sires and Colors In Lot WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway 4 EAST 'J«,ce outh * * o • SYMBOLS FOR STARS IN ORDER OF BRIGHTNESS west. Of magnitude 0.04 on the astoronomer's scale, it is considerably brighter than Saturn, whose magnitude is currently 0.8. Jupi ter's magnitude is minus 2.5. Directly above Vega, high in the northern sky, is Cygnus, the swan, with the star called Deneb. Part of this group is shown on the southern sky map. To the left of Lyra it Altair, in Aquila, the eagle, also shown on the southern map. Low in the northeast is Capella, in Auriga, the charioteer. Just to the right — almost directly east — stands Taurus, the bull. Aldebaran is the bright star in this group. Although it is of first magnitude, its low altitude and consequent absorption of its light by our atmosphere makes it look fainter. The same is true for Fomal- haut, in Piscis Austrinus, the southern fish, seen low in the south. Now it is about as high as we ever view it, but at Porto Alegre, in Brazil, it shines bill- iantly, directly overhead. A group of stars that is rather promient. even though none are of the first magnitude, is the "great square" in the constellation of Pegasus, the winged horse. This is just above the easier end of Pisces, the fishes, in which Jupiter now stands. Actually only three of the stars that make up the square are in Pegasus. The one in the upper left-hand corner, Alpheratz, is in the neighboring constellation of Andormeda. In addition to Jupiter and Saturn, the planet Venus is also in the evening sky, but it is diffi- cut to see. Venus is only a little to the east of the sun, so it sets about half an hour after sunset, while the sky is still very bright. By Christmas it will be conspicuous, setting some two hours af ter the sun. Mars is also in the evening sky, but it is so slow in the southwest at sunset that it can be seen only with difficulty. On Oct. 5 Mercury will be farthest west of the sun, so it will rise more than an hour ahead of sunrise. Thus it will be visiible low in the east as dawn is breaking. Carrollton Class Elects Officers CARROLLTON - David Hind* lang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hindelang, has been elected president of the freshman class of Carrollton High School. Other officers elected were Mark McGlasson, vice president; Miss Brenda Holmes, treasurer; Mike Gillinghnm, secretary; Louie Carter, reporter. David Andrews md Miss Kathy Parker were named representatives to the student council. Studying for Drgre* CARROLLTON — Miss Shirley Howard of St. Louis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Howard of this city, has taken an educational leave of absence from her duties as a member of the faculty of Barnes Hospital School of Nursing and is studying at Washington University for a master's degree in psychiatric nursing. PICK OF THE CROP! REMINGTON SCHOOL WHITEWATER, Kan. JP—Fa mous American artist Frederi Remington, whose paintings o the now-vanished Wild West are museum pieces, will have a school named for him. Officials say the Frederic Remington Rural High School at Whitewater will be the only one bearing his mime in the United States. Remington, who died in 1909, once owned a sheep ranch six miles from the site of the school. BILATERAL PEACE CORPS LAGOS, Nigeria IP — Nigeria and Guinea have agreed to exchange teachers in a sort of bilateral peace corps between the two West African countries. Salifou Taure, permanent secretary to the president of Guinea, said during a visit here that teachers and advanced students would come to Nigeria during school vacations to assist in rural development projects. Nigeria would reciprocate "in the spirit of Addis Ababa," he said. Recipes never before used in Cooking Schools conducted by - Union Electric Home Economists will be featured at the HARVEST OF EXTRA mm ! 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