Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1961 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, April 15, 1961
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MOCIBf SWIINQ MIUMBiMr, APRS. 13, 1M Upper Alton News Events Alton State Planning Mental Health Program Alton State Hospital today wat preparing for tta annual tntntai health week program Gov. Otto KerMr'i designating Apri 6 at the wwk ttf, Abraham Simon, hosplta •qptrtMflndent, said Friday the 'it** observance will coincide with the national celebration. &* in the past, open home :'40&&e held April 30, marking HM ktckoff of the week-long activities. On hand tor the launching win be the Scott Air Force band, directed by Capt. Dennle Maniscalco. Several not* ed spuukei's, including Arnold H. Maremotrt, Chicago Indus* trialist will appear on various programs throughout the week. The observance win wind up on May 3 with a dinner in Springfield at which Gov. Herner and other distinguished guests will speak. Hospital pay- ehiatrtc aide award winners and candidates will also be honored on this occasion. Although special invitations have been sent to certain groups for some of the activities. Dr. Simon said that the general public is cordially invited to attend the hospital programs. An institute on psychiatry and religion will be held on May 1. presentation of awards to volunteers will be on May 3, and a college and high school students! POSTS PROCLAMATION Dr. Abrfthftin Station.! superintendent* hangs Gov. Otto Kernel's proclamation on wall to* administration building of Alton State Hospital. April SO through May 6 has been designated as Mental Health Week. five year terms, president J. A Ryrie announced. The terms of R Sdward Meyer and Paul S. Cousey expire. Secretary-treasurer H. H. Blerbaum will make his annual report on finances and the general condition of the cemetery. Wheaton, Washington U. Men Inspect WMA Lt. Col. Norman W. Hubler, of Wheaton College, and Capt. Richard J. Doherty, of Washington University, conducted the annual government inspection Annual meeting of tot owners of I at Western Military Academy, Alton Cemetery will be beM MOD-j Friday, day at 7:30 p.m. in the directors' Col. Hubler is professor of workshop will May 4. be conducted, Cemetery Lot Owners to Meet room of the First National Bank it Trust Co. Two trustees will be elected for military science at Wheaton and Capt. Doherty is assistant professor of military science at Washington University. The inspection was made to determine the rating of West ern's military program. The academy has been rated an honor school since 1904. More specifically Hubler and Doherty rated discipline, morale, degree of satisfactory train ing, and such factors. The rating win be announced in a few weeks from Washington D. C. Cadets prepare for weeks for the inspection. Alton and area area boys at the academy are: Raymond (Kelly) Bury, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bury. 900 E. 5th St.; Michael Doucleff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Doucleff. 815 Henry St.; George R. Shanahan, son of Mr. and, Mrs. George H. Shanahan, 930 1 Henry St. .. Thomas C. Sherwood, son of SPECIAL MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY -AT- ALTON LADIES' LONG COATS c - AT ALTON MEN'S TOPCOATS C Stale Sts. jl ha m JVTQil 2-8461 4th A State Sts. Downtown Alton HO 2-8461 STORAGE FOB WINTER WOOLENS NOW AVAILABLE Mrs. Pearl Mas 9*rw0ctf, £18 Brown O.; Uif> W. WWaton. son of Mr. and Mr*, M, D. WaK sttn, 407 R. 12lh St.: Joseph L. Wedig, son of Or. and Mr* John H. Wedlg. 1800 Henry St.; and Rodrtque W. UBlanc, son of Or. and Mrs. John LeBlanc 115 N. WHMami St.* Cottage Hills. Barton Mother* To Meet April 21 Mothers Club of Ctera Bwton School will meet April fl at Union Electric Co., it was announced today. this is a change from the reg ular meeting date, a spokesman said. Officers will be elected Lunch will be served at noon. Cub Pack 28 Takes Air Ride Eft Masse Cub Scout Pack 28, of Clara Barton School, is coming down to earth today after going en masse, on an airplane ride Thursday at Civic Memorial Airport. Bitty boys, den mothers, and scout leaders took the ride In shifts that required three hours to complete. Pilot was James Smith, committee chairman of the pack, who is | employed at the airport. j It was the first air trip for j many of the boys and some of the adults. Four or five went up at a time, and it required 15 trips to complete the job. Cubmaster John -Hale, Assistant Cubmaster George Gillson and Vernon Kessinger arranged the boys and adults in groups. None of the boys backed out. The flight took in Alton and area, with Smith pointing out the sights. Allen Chapel Youth ToHearDr. Banaghan Dr. William F. Banaghan, di rector of students affairs for Alton SIU Center, will speak at a meeting of the Methodist Youth Fellowship at Allen Chapel AME Church, Sunday. 6 p.m. The educator will have as his topic title, "Youth of Today in Jobs Tomorrow." A question and answer period will follow. Public is invited. Girl in Hospital With Ailment ADD UPPER ALTON Judith, 9-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schwegel, 3509 Ohio Ave., is in St. Joseph's Hospital with an abdominal ailment. The fourth grade St. Matthews School pupil entered Thursday and she was expected to be discharged within a few days. Her condition is satisfactory. In other cases: Jewell Orban, 302 McClure Varied Prograi^Featurto Godfrey School ftt2f OOpFREY — A varied mot* Wil^pffltrttt frai a ftfcture of tin animal ttwhers %ppr«tt atlon dlnntr of Godfrey School at the Godfrey Civic Center, Thursday night. ferformlrtt were the choir from" the Community Congrega. UofMti Chtiroh of Godfrey, the «ai%ontt<rt, the Triple Trio from Mftrtlcello College, and a dance band made up of North Junior High School students. Table decorations were dominated by rota buds In vases which later were, presented to the teachers. Quentln Hopkins w'as the master of ceremonies. In charge of arrangements were Mrs. Oliver Sohroeder and Mrs. Lloyd Carson. The Mothers Club sponsored the event St., is in St. Anthony's Hospital with an abdominal aliment. He entered Thursday but it 18 not known when he will be discharged. His condition is satis* factory. Gary, 9-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B, Alexander, 2428 Judson St., was discharged today from Alton Memorial Hospital after undergoing surgery for removal of tonsils and adenoids Friday. The Horace Mann School student entered Thursday. His condition is good. Boy Hurt When He Jumps Prom Car David James Richards, 5, of 3408 California Ave., was injured when he jumped from an automobile that started to roll in the 1200 block of Spaulding avenue, Friday, 6:20 p.m. Police said one of two boys in the car apparently released the hand brake after the machine had been parked by their mother, Mrs. Barbara Richards. The automobile came to rest against the corner of a house at 1204 Spaulding. David was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital for an arm injury. Milton Mothers Elect President Mrs. Delmar Walkington was elected president of the Mothers' Club at a meeting of 50 mothers Thursday evening in the Milton (school, installation will be held at the May meeting. It was announced that Mrs. James Murray will accept reservations until Monday for the teachers' appreciation dinner to be served at the Godfrey Civic Center on April 20. Mrs. Alvin Kassing won the door prize, and Mrs. Lucia Kelly's fifth grade room won the room count. BEGINNING MONDAY, APRIL 17TH, WE WILL ISSUE Toppfc* the symbol of Top Value Stamps At Edwardsville Next Wednesday EDWARDSVILLE - The first •tifcgfcm of planned monthly membership meetings to acquaint alt HAftOflf - MlM fifltfrt t* Mr, dtuifittt of Mr. «M MM. ind • jtttiiofi it utt A 1th ' members with Chamber of Commerce activity, will be held at mo* Wednesday in Tlllle's Cafe, At the last directors' meeting It was decided to conduct monthly membership meetings. Tickets to the luncheon are available from Leo M. Dustmatm and Arthur C. Boeker. On the agenda will be a report front the board and minutes of their meeting. Robert f owell will report fo rthe hospital committee, Kenneth Johnson on a business education program, George L. Moorman ST., on a new committee working with S1U and Joseph T. Kelleher Jr., on his industrial development group. Guest speaker will be William S. Lawrence of Evert Klncald & Associates, consultants on Ed- wardsvllle's master plan. Ed- wardsvtlle's mayor-elect has also been Invited to attend. White Hall School Clubs Name Officers WHITE HALL-White Hall High School Chapters of Future Farmers of America and Future Homemakers of America have elected officers for next year. Future Homemakers officers are: President, Elizabeth Kirchner; vice-president, Carolyn Hayes; secretary, Ruth Tunnlson; treasurer, Betty IB, fMh) bfttt M* Itettd to attend Ofrt't State at cAfnptiB of MAC* Mttrray Collage I ft Jacksonville from June 20 to 37. She will be sponsored by Cal. houn American Legion Auxiliary. According to Mrs.. Chtsttt Knight, Girl's State chairman tor the Auxiliary, Sandra was chosen by the faculty of the school. , Miss Dixie Hams, n junior at the same school, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kincheloe Harris, has been named alternate delegate. Combs; recreation Rosemary Lemons; chairman, parliamentarian, Billie Haverfield; public relations chairman, Merrylee Eldred; historian. Jfidy Flowers; project chairman, Cynthia Holntes. New F. F. A. officers are: Kenyon Lorton, president; Gordon Atkinson, vice presl dent; Dean Willis, secretary; Robert Tunnlson, treasurer; Dale Beck, reporter; and Danny Conor, sentinel. SET IT FRESH FOR LESS AT BROADWAY I MAIN Drive-in Produce Mkt. Open Sunday All Day POTATOES 10 £• 29* Cheaper by the 100-Lb. Bag rVtsh TOMATOES 3 Lb , 49* Juice ORANGES 2 no, 49* LARGE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 10 , or 39* Green Onions, Radishes & Parsley ** Bunch a conwrt *»fl*y at 8 p.m. in the gymnasium of the Civic Memorial High School ft was ufflounccd Friday. The program is sponsored by th«f High School Music Depart, ment and Future Nursea of America club, three graduates of Civic Memorial will appear with the glee club. They are Qenelle Me- Oaughey, Jean Miller and Carla McHugh. 1M0 Trip BETHALTO — Forty members in the CarHnvllle Arm Hospital, j. R, Attwy, *»» hts Men a medical paOert^t ff« Cfcrllnvine Area Htwpttel, ft reoiftrating at the home of a Mjper, Mr* Ralph Batr. , ' of me btotogy daw as Civic mortal High School traveled to Sfe Louis Friday for a field trip at Shaw's Garden in fweit Park. The group was accompanied by biology instructor Donald stoltt. END OiM-Man llalt fltotore Democracy ELICT HOWARD L. SHELTON Your Mayor In East Alton TIMS., April 18 IMPORTANT NOTICE! TO EAST ALTON VOTERS I, Charles "Chubby" Hatton whose name will appear on the ballot as a candidate for Mayor on April 18, announce that I am withdrawing in favor of Howard L Shelfon. I will vote for Mr. Shelton and urge my family and friends to do the same. Your support for Howard L. Shelton will be deeply appreciated. Sincerely yours, Signed CHARLES "CHUBBY" HATTON WATCH YOUR PRE-INVENTORY SALE! SAVINGS UP TO 50% Norge 30-Gal, Automatic Water Heaters Norge Deluxe Gas Dryer . . . Dixie 36-in, Gas Range <OI » M Oven Uoor) . Empire Forced Air Gas Furnace Conoo Forced Air Gas Furnace <«• 5 °° HTl ' Maid l-Matie Dish Washer ... Roper Gas Rotisserie < Built SAVINGS mtmi $49.60 $119.60 Mil) $119.50 $139.00 $139.00 $69.60 Calorie Color Coordinated Kitchens KITCHEN. BUILTINS! of caloric oven broiler unit, 4 burner top unit, color coordinated dak and ventitetituf oood! SMCIAUY PllOiO AT 299.50 BONUS STAMPS ALTON BOTTLED GAS ***** H ° ***** ...... and GROW they will when you save regularly and systematically.... Your First National Bank SAVINGS will earn ior you GUARANTEED BANK INTEREST to make a cherished dream come true Like the laws of gravity, the laws of saving are universal and unchanging. Your success in paying yourself by serving regularly will be the means of bringing to fulfillment your ambitions and desires. Remember, "Part Of All You Earn Is Yours to SAVE"...... BE GOOD to yourself - Open a FIRST NATIONAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT NOWI MSMSHE TWWI 4*» MUfl tfflllfm

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