Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 10, 1961 · Page 5
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April 10, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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MONDAY, APRIL 10,1001 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGIfTVl who diftcovtr a ntw| years Dr. Oftnti T. Statwtf and •temem traditionally havt tlwihi* RiMcum at tht Unfvwratty of naming tt. In rwwt|of California, Berktlfy, hav« tietfi and Mtifid iftwrtcuifl» Adi Dally Springtime Mother-Dnnghter Permanent Wave Special —Group Portrait by Gravcmann Whtn Mother rtetivei her pcrmantnt at regular price ($10,00 up), Daughter gets hers for $ 3-l'C. TAPKRED LAI) IKS' FASHION BUILT LUGGAUE SET Register for your Vacation Luggage Give-away at all three Salon* (Daughter* up to IS year* of n«p) FREE PARKING at all Salons All permanent are complete, including re-styling, creme shampoo and set, permanent wave, comb-out and haircut. ALTON PLAZA ASK FOR Rosemary Drew 1.1 ndu Knight HO .l-IB.ll WILSHIftE MALI Dim CI. 4-82.12 MONTICELLO PLAZA Dial Rose Austin I.on HO S-.1IH Leaden in Many Field* Listed for Careers Night SfBdents and parents attending Careers Night at Alton High School Tuesday evening, will hear speakers from a wide assortment of fields. Ft'tv-four career arpa* will be PUSS bacteriology. A 1943 Alton High graduate, W F. Youngherg of McDonnell Aircraft Corp., will speak on missiles and aeronautical engineering. Also from McDonnell will be conducting two of the one- covered. The demand was so!™me E. K. Welhnrt who will dis- that wme of the speaker*!'" 1 "" 1 chemical engineering. C. H. Sheppard of Sheppard. Morgan, und Schwaab will explain civil ! engineering, J. C. Dlppel of Union Metric wm discuss electrical en |nwr! and John Webb froffl tour i«ps*fons. will They nrp; Dr. Hunter, staff director of a N. physl- { CQ on mccnan . of public .. . fair, who I* In charge of nursing Architecture duration. ^nnrdKeeney-' atead from fiast fit. Louis wfll ditou«t toctal work while Harold 0. OvdlHm, an Alton Attorney talks to a group Interested In being lawyers and Rev. John Curtis. Godfrey Methodist Church, explains a career in the ministry. From KMOX-TV In St. Louis, Don Markley, the program director, will discuss a career in the various phases of radio- TV announcing and acting. Some other speakers in the related areas include: Journal- Ism, Paul S. Cousley, Alton Evening Telegraph; music, Dr. Lloyd O. Blakely, S. T. U. Staff; Interpreter, Dr. Paul Cooke, Monticello College Faculty; fine art, Dr. Evelyn Budde- Claim rr. CARSON, coio. A Ft. Canon soldier who claims to be a descendant of Jesse James Insists the famous outlaw was not murdered by one of his Ret. Francis James, 18, of Houston, Tex., says his father, Stanley M. James, "claims that although Bob Ford shot Jesse In the back, he did not die but was hidden out by other members of the James clan until he recovered from his wound. _ will have Ber-jmeyer. S.l.U. staff; commercial "This information passed down to us has been by family <" e Keeney and on the nrnsmm in trip; 8 "" 2 Hrm «» the speaker, area of public health include: Dr i Students who wish to hear art, Chuck Howard, Rite Electric Co. of Granite City; cloth- Ing and textiles, Paul Levy of Charles HemphlH. an Alton den- ! about the teaching prof esslonj Paul's Fabrics, Alton. Hst: Dr. Robert Lynn, an Alton have been placed in three! Oznrk Airlines will send an Garth Taylor, physical! groups. Elementary education I airline hostess. They also will therapist at Alton Memorial Hos-,\vill have as its speaker Dr. send a commercial pilot to displtal: Dr. Groves Smith, psychi- David K. Bear of the S. I. ntrlst of Beverly Farm: ;md Ravi Starr. y 0 yd Norman, Alt-nil his career. Travel agency operation will Rhine. Madison County school • Schools administrator will dls-j|, e discussed by A. N. Sullivan, I psychologist. j. Russell Dale, owner cuss teaching of the handlcap- of lhc,ped. Macy Pniltt. also an Alton Prescription Shop, will talk with i school administrator, will speak students about pharmacy nnd on becoming a teacher of the senior high President of the International Travel Bureau in Alton. Six other career areas which always attract many girls will members who knew, saw and talked to Jesse after his so-called death." The soldier adds the Missouri! bandit died in bed and lived until he was in his 90's. History books say Ford killed Jesse James on April 3, 1882. From 1908 until 1935, Juan Vicente Gomez was dictator of) Venezuela. He frequently circulated rumors of his death ami shot anyone who started ccle-j bratlng. j dio-televisTon and radio repair) William Shortal of Bill's Radio j Shop and Gerald Roberson of the Roberson Radio and TV Service; machinist, S. V. Lan-j Mrs. Harold Davidson from the junior and senior high ageihave the following speakers:Idis. Owens-Illinois; printer. Jo- office of Morrison. Allen and: groups. ! Beauty culture. Mrs. Karl Fled-jseph A. Hornsey, Hornsey Print- Blumfield will explain laboratory i n areas of business speakers!] e r. president of the Madison i ing Co.; and welding, R. C. and medical technology. ; n ave been engaged as follows:)County Beauticians Assn., and! Toot, owner of Welder and In- From Washington University,j Accounting. Arthu'r Laughlin of Mrs. Paul Routan. public rela-'dustrial Services, Inc.. Wood Si. Louis. Dr. Thomas Pond will c. J. Srhlosser Co.: banking and tions chairman of the same or River, be present to discuss physics re- finance. J. Homer Kennedy. iK ani«ition: homemaking and The various branches of the August Hershy. Amcri- vice president of First National marriage. Mrs. George BUiir, H< firmed forces have been corn- home economic teacher who fre- pletely omitted from the Ca- can Oil. will explain chemical re- Bank . management and persearch: find .lames Doussard. Ai- sonne ]. p;. V. Tedford. Olin quently substitutes in the Alton reers Night program since a ton Memorial Hospital, will dis- : Mathieson: and retail salesmanjschools; modeling:. Mrs. Morns special night. May 2, has been career by a representative ofjWiRger, a professional model: set aside for that group in order Spa ' S ' Roohurk and Co - iwh<1 WHS formerly Ann Crane; that move students may hear The Jolly Irishman's Mattress Headquarters! BEAUTYREST from quilted or tufted normal or extra firm- super sizes too! For the first time in eight years of Career Nights, there well be a session for students interested in the mortician career. Ralph Gent. Gent Funeral Home, will have charge of this group. Alton Assistant City Comptroller Thomas E. Weber, will discuss government employment. Chief John M. Heafner will explain what it takes to be a policeman. Robert K. Graul. photographer for the Alton Evening Telegraph, will discuss photography as a livelihood. District Director of Illinois Public Welfare, Alfred Y. Arm- receptionist, Mrs. Irma Bryant, Olin Mafhieson: secretary and stenographer. Mrs. Bonnie Boolen. First National Bank and Trust Co.; and telephone operator, Mrs. Alma Comstock and Miss Carol Marsh of the Illinois | Bell Telephone Co. ; Another six career areas which a large number of the boys will attend have these I speakers listed: Automotive re- jpair, Stanley Sprague. 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