Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 13, 1972 · Page 16
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September 13, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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fi-4 Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1972 Win DeMolay degrees Two Wood River Masons, Chester A. Taylor, left, and Carroll S. Slusher, members of Lodge No. 1062 in Wood River, have heeti awarded honorary Legion of Honor degrees by the International Supreme Council of the Order of DeMolav. C. B. Rippley joins staff of GAAC C. B. Rippley, reron'.ly retired executive with Millers Mutual, has accepted a position on the staff of the Greater Alton Chamber of Commerce, it was announced today by R. E. Vandegrifl, executive vice president. Rippley will become membership director for the Chamber responsible for membership and finance, non-member services, -and membership meetings and activities. Rippiey recently retired as assistant vice president and purchasing agent for Millers Mutual after completing 46 years of service. He has also been a long-time member of the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce and the St. LOJJS Area Sales Marketing Executives Association. Rippley has been treasurer for Alton School District No. 11 for 22 years, and treasurer of the First Presbyterian Church for 33 years. A long time active member of tlio Greater Alton Chamber of Commerce. Hippley !';>s most recently been chairman of the Chamber's Ferloivil C.overn- mental Affairs Committee. C. B. RIPPLEY SIUE Education Division will sponsor conference EDWARDSVILLE - Registration is under way for a conference on "Humanizing Education Through the Open C1 a s s h o o m" at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. The conference will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 31 in the University Center. Sponsored by "the SIUE Education Division and the Gateway East chapter of the Association of Teacher Educators, the conference costs $5 per participant, with a $2 discount available to students and Association of Teacher Educators members. Persons wishing to register should mail their fee by Sept. 22 to the Office of Conferences and Institutes, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, 111. 62025. A keynote address. "Open Education in America: Promise and Reality." will be given by Charles Kathbone. director of the New City School in St. Louis. Ra:hbone, who earned his doctorate at Harvard University, has done extensive research on open education in American and British schools, lie is od: ; :>:• of the book "Open Educ:i;iun: The Informal Classroom." After the address, par- thoso Math an I Hill ticipants may attend two group sessions. Persons registering should iivl'catc their first, second, third and fourth choices of sc"s ! ons, because some have attendance quotas and will be filled in advance. Group sessions and conducting them are: ''Opening Your Class"—Marion ,lam?s students from Signal School District. "Ideas for the Classroom T e a c h e r in Out doer Education"—Robert Williams, Outdoor Education Center at Grafton, and David McClain, Granite City school district science teacher. "101 Ways to Get Started in the Open Classroom: Success and Failure"—Irvin Rhodes, Webster College professor. "Fantasy into Reality: From the Traditional Classroom to the Open"— Roger Taylor, Sit' at Carbondale College of Education. "A Science Smorgasbord for the Open Classroom: Inexpensive Matt-rials fur Independent Investigation"— Doris Trojach, coordinator of e 1 e m e n t a r y s c i e n c e. I'nivcrsily of Missouri at St. Louis. Daughter of candidate »ce P. McGovern witii ber dug lirac. The i| &W». Giwrge Metiovero, the Detiiuciaiu ^Hfl^ sayt> "I don't feel like a big Of Wytm special." (At* Wirephoto) VENTURE ROCKS THE CRADLE WITH SAVINGS DURING OUR... A bundle of joyous savings delivered to you from Venture... everything you need to make the wee ones pretty or comfy.. .while babying your budget! 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