Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 12, 1961 · Page 3
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April 12, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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WBDNODAY, APRIL18, EVENING TELEGRAPH 15 Jersey Graders Place 1st in Fine Arts Contest JERSBYVILLE — fifteen en* trtes tram the Jerseyviile East EienwntHfy School fecelved first place ratlngtin the sectional art, literary and music contest Sator- day at Vfrden anH won the right to enter ttie fine arts state content to be held at MilHWn University In Decanjf Saturday. The a cappella Chorus composed of girls, the accompanied chorus of boys and the girls Sextet, all won first places. Sue Dickey rated a first In piano nelo; Martha Woolsey and Glpnda first, In girts high voice; Judy Steckel In girls' medium voice; Sheryle Rettlnger In girls low voice; David Walter and Loren Mensing, in boys' unchanged voice. Jim Cope won a first In the art division with a still life entry and Jane Swltzer won a first with sculpture entry. In the Literary division first ratings were as follows: Deanna Mottaz, humorous poetry; Joetta Bauman, humorous reading; and Robert Johnson, oration. Members of the faculty accompanying the group to Virden included: Robert S. Carter, Mrs. Stella I. Havens, Mrs. Georgia M. Weishaar, and Miss Elizabeth Moore. Leave* This Week for Europe JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Floyd R. Miller of Jerseyville will leave Saturday from New York for a month's conducted tour of Europe. She will visit Italy, France, England, Holland, Germany and Switzerland. The trip across will be made by plane and Mrs. Miller will make the return trip by boat on the S.S. United States. Mrs. MMler went to St. Louis today for a short visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Pape and family before joining her party for the trip to New York where the group will stay two days before sailing. Mrs. SMART SPRING STYLES FOR MEN MEN'S STORE 211 NASA ST. HO 2-8223 Youths Charged With Peace ntilurbance JERSEYVTLLE — Complaints were filed here Monday against five teenage youths from Jersey vllle and Fieldon vicinity by Wil Ham 0. Hanklns of CarrelHon charging them with peace disturbance. Hanklns told police officer Ken neth Writer that he had taken a Jerseyville girl to her home ami had parked his car In front of her place of residence Sunday evening. A car containing five youths nulled up to the place where Hankins was parked. Hankins reported that the five jumped onto the fenders of his car, onto the hood and Jumped up and down shout- Ing and yelling and ended up by breaking the rear view mirror and committed other damage to the car exterior. Hanklns said he started the vehicle and pulled away. As the car got under way several beer bottles were hurled by members of the group and Hanklns sustained sev oral cuts on his hands from the shattering glass. Hankins and the young woman accompanying him recognized two of the five and turned ther names in to Police Officer Weller. The latter worked on the case during all day Monday and obtained ad missions from the two youths who had been recognized. Hankins reported that one o the windows of his car had been broken by a flying bottle or other object. Tractor Driving Coolest JERSEYVILLE — A 4-H trac tor driving contest will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Jerse> County fairgrounds, and all boy who enrolled in the 4-H tracfbi maintenance project and schoo are eligible to participate in the contest. The county winner may take part in the state contest to be held at the Illinois State Fair Miller attended a party in St Louis recent for those who wil make the trip. WOULD YOU LIKE TO SAVE $$$$ SEE OUR AP IN TOMORROW NIGHT'S PAPER 313 Belle Fieldon Pair To Observe Anniversary JERSEYVtLLE - Mr. and Mrs. Chariot §. Wall will celebrate their golden wfcldlng anniversary at nn open house recfption to be held at thPlr home In Fieldon Sun- rtny between the hours of 3 and r i p.m. Friends and relatives am nvitrd to call during the reception hours. Mrs. Wall was formerly Miss Gladys Lady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lady of Eddyvllle Ky. Mr. Wall's parents were Mr and Mrs. Charles Wall of Murray Ky. The couple was married Apr! 17, 1911 In Memphis, Tenn. They have resided in Fieldon the pasi four years and prior to that tlnv were residents of Alton for 20 years. Mr. Wall Is a retired Indus trial worker and now operates the Mobile Gas Service Station In Fieldon. Mr. Wall will be 71 years of age on Aug. 27 and his wife will mark her 68th birthday on May 14. Children of the couple include Miss Rilla Rene Wall of Fieldon Mrs. Don Vassar of Alton and Hugh Wall, chief radar officer who Is stationed at St. Simon, Ga They also.have three grandchil dren, George and Charles Vassa of Alton and Rllea Luvenia Wat of St. Simon. Jersey Khoury Leaguers to Meet April 18 JERSEYVTLLE — A meeting will be held at the Jerseyvill East Elementary School gymna slum at 8 p.m. Tuesday for al boys who plan on playing basebal this summer. The boy and at leas one parent or guardian, must at tend this meeting regardless o whether or not they have alread;> registered or have been assignee to a team. At the meeting a complete list ing of aJl boys in Jerseyville, be tween the ages of 7 and 17 who are interested in playing ball, wil be compiled and an organization set up to assist with the various duties of the Khoury League, such as secretarial work, mimeograph | ing schedules, publicity, financing etc. Information blanks will be sen home this week from both paro chial and public schools with al boys over 7 years of age. These must be filled out and brought t the meeting by an adult. Anyone not having a slip should write the following information on a sheet of paper; boy's hame, address, date of birth, phone number and last year's team, if any. This paper should be signed by both boy and parent or guardian. Town 4-H Club To Be Formed At Jersey vtlle JfERSEYVILLE - A 4-M Club for town boys will be organized here flt 7:30 p.m. April 19 at the farm Bureau. A meeting of Inter- «ted members and parents was held Friday and at that, time Mr. and Mr*. Louis Vahle volunteered to serve as leaders for the proposed club. Town boys between the ages of 10 and 20 who are interested in joining a 4-H Club are urged to attend the meeting. Members will select a name for their club, and elect club officers at the meeting, It prswnt, approximately U buys ire planning to enroll in the club. The meetings of the club win be leld About once a month. Some of the projects suitable for town 4-H boys Include garden, dog care, entomology, automotive maintenance and safety, electricity, forestry, wildlife conservation, photography, bird study and home grounds Improvement. firm Incorporated JERSEYVILLE — Articles of Incorporation have been Issued in the office of the Secretary of State to the Trl County Oil, Inc. Ipcor- porators are Charles Updike and Kenneth Ingersoll of Jerseyville and Avery Olsy of Grafton. The registered agent for the cor poratlon is Charles Updike and the headquarters are on McBrlde 'Lots of Room At Bottom 9 in Gradtngldea For the student who has everything—Including a flunking grade —a faculty member at Alton StU In the current campus bulletin suggests a possible rnform In the grading system whereby the quality of the flunking grade Is shown. The bulletin states: "One faculty member suggests extending thi> grading system below 'E' as far as It goes above the failing grade letter." That awful "F" grade, howevtt, would be eliminated since It seems to have a note of finality that even a new system cannot overcome. The next lower grade below "E" would be "0" and so on through "3". By these grades, the bulletin states, the flunking student's "sort of hopelessness" would be moderated by the knowledge that he (or she), at least, is Improving, If such is the ease. 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