Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 14, 1961 · Page 3
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April 14, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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FRIDAY, APRIL 14,1961 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOBFHHWC Fourth Generation Gathering in Godfrey GODFREY - Mr. ftnrf Mft. Kenneth Baldwin, of Annnmonr* •ubdlvlslon, have an guest» her father and grandfather, which makes four Jeneralfons in the house. A, G. WhltHngton, M, of Mon- «er, Mo., and Paul Whltttngtrm, of Durhnmvllle, N.Y., grandfather and father respectively of Mrs. Baldwin, arrived Tuesday pnd will leave tontght for their homes. The Baldwin children, K«na Lynn, 5, and Kevin Lee, 2, complete the fourth generation. Upper Alton Mews Events Mrs. W. T. Walker Heads PI A of Dunbar School chairman soon. It was announced that the spring registration will be held Mrs. William T. Walker was elected president of the PTA at a meeting Thursday night at Dunbar School. Others elected were: Mrs. Clarence Willis, vice president; Mrs. Leroy Holman, secretary; and Mrs. Warren Scott, treasurer. They will serve the next year and they will be Installed at the next meeting, May 4. Retiring president, Mrs. George Warren, WAS commended by the organization for her past work along with the other members of the executive committee. Plans were made for the spring social tvhlch win be held at tht school on May 12. Burns Morlss was named general chairman. He will select and announce the other Alton's Original OUT-RATE SHOE CENTER Per 35 Years PLENTY OF PARKING AREA NEAR OUR STORE WESTERN SHOE STORES 804 R06 i: flroar).,. , 1V BRING THE FAMILY! MORE THAN 12,000 PAIRS Annual Sale Now Going On Daily PRICES SLASHED UP TO 50% AND MORE MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S NEW FOOTWEAR FOR SPRING! 1 88 A97Ladles' Of)* HWMen's | 99 4 A 95 to 0 Shoes... 99 6 to B I Shoes....! to I L Children's Shoes at the school on Mny 16. Children who will he five years old by Dec. 1 may register tor the kin dergarten next year. The May 4 meeting Is not a regular meeting night. The change was made because of the spring serial date. Open house will be held In con junction with the PTA meeting. The work of the students wild be on display. Western Has Inspection Made Today Government inspection was conducted at Western Military Academy today. The rating of the school today by Army personnel will deter minp if the academy can once again be approved as a "Clasf A School" by the secretary o! the Army. The cadets used spit-and-polish to qet equipment in order for the drills which were viewed by the ni-my officers. Cadets were sub jpcted to various classroom tests in military science and tactics. Western has earned a top rating ested for everything touching a military performance of fluty were mort satisfactory." The written reports through the years carried such expletives as 'clean, well Vnannered. intelli gent, favorably Impressed" which he school newspaper. The Shrap^ nel, said gives the cadets today 'something to shoot at." Resident Enters Bamen Hospital Maurice Wadsworth, 3327 Brown St., Is In Barnes Hospital where he was transferred a week ago from a hospital here with an abdominal ailment. His condition is satisfactory. It is not known when he will be discharged. In one other case: Ray Bushnell. 2408 Brown St. entered Alton Memorial Hosplt al, Thursday, for a check up His condition is satisfactory bui it is not known when he will be discharged. St. Matthews' Club To Give Style Show A style show, "Sailing Through Fashion" will be presented by Ihe Mothers Club at St. Matthews' School Hall on April '25 it was announced today. Members will be the models The show will be the program of entertainment at a regular for more than a score of con seeuiive years. idub meeting. There will be in Many of these ratings have been .admittance charge, illuminated by special nnticr. j Once an inspector wrote, "1 have seen no military school outside of West Point which seemed to me so complete and thorough in a military way as yours. The setting up of the cadets, their military bearing, even when off duty and the enthusiasm they mani- OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL 9 P.M. FOR MEN WHO EXPECT TO PAY *40 A special group of DACRON' WORSTED TROPICAL SUITS priced.., Reports Billfold Missing at School Miss Sharon L. Campbell, 330' College Ave., reported to polio that a billfold containing $4 and personal papers was re moved from her purse, Thurs day evening, in the nurses quarters at Alton High School Alton High Office Broken Into The principal's office wa broken into Thursday night at Alton High School but nothing was reported missing. A window was broken In G. C. Davis* office and desk drawers pulled out but nothing taken, police said. Miss Muehlenian Honored al Party v Miss Virginia Muehleman, i owner of the Windmill Cafe, was j surprised Thursday with a birthday party al her place of business. Miss MeuWeman thought she was arranging the event for someone else. The guests were made up of wcupants of the well known round table at the Windmill "'here about 20 regulars dine West Junior Delegates To Meeting Four drleantes, from West Junior HiRh School left today for formal to attend the state con •ention of the Illinois Assn. of Tunlor High School Student Conn ells. They are: Donna Kennedy, Jii dy Weibmer, Kenneth Kennedy, and Steven Katz. The convention opens tonight and continues through Saturday. Mrs. Robert S. MacDuff, sponsor will accompany the delegates. Earlier this wepk thp Student Council presented the school a display case for use of all dp partments. The gift marked SHi dent Council Week which is beint; observed statewide by proclamation of thp governor. The Council earns money foi such projects through sponsor ship of dances, and sale of school emblem articles. In the past they have given 'he school drinking fountain coolers, an air conditioning unit for thr office, a television set, new record changer, numerous record? and other equipment. The Council also sponsors three assemblies a year when they bring In paid performers; purchase all the Christmas trees and decorations and this year bought six new »outflts for the cheer leaders. The composition of the Council includes four elected officers and 27 home room representatives. Abraham Lincoln, In 1858, stayed at the Franklin House in Alton — now the Lincoln Hotel. New Drug Helps Dog Breeders NEW YORK (AP) - ment of an orally administered drug that controls the biological urge of female dogs without making them unhappy has been an-1 nounced by a pharmaceutical | company. Marketing of the drug—Prodox| —was announced at a news conference Thursday by Upjohn & Edit merty tut & Second Co., of Kalamatoo, MWh. Hie drut WM synthetic wttafi of § •• • TOKO powr f ? Hoffman Fiid i 113 W, Breidw THE BIG NEWS IN ROOFING YOUR ... MW C«l«l*« Shinf I* now efftn winrf'lB/* pioinlion . plul r»ol ro«f •tenemy, yt«rl of r»poir-fr«« «trvic«: every day. With this nuHeus from the round table the party was planned. Some 35 attended. Miss Muohleman was presented with a black leather ba^ containing $15 cash, a huge liiithday cake, a red rose cor- sace, a bouquet of roses, in addition to many cards, and four pairs of earrings. The cafe owner collects earrings, has 700 pairs of them which are of every shape and came from many foreign lands. Man Bitten on Shoulder by Horse Charles File, 40, of Fosterburg road, was bitten by a horse Thursday evening at the Hilltop Sales Barn where he is employed, a member of the family said. 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