Kathleen Collins & Student Grant

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the First of Arlington services church of park by II, Bar- 2915 in St. 9 Graduates Receive Bristol Grants Nine Northwest suburban high school students were honored Monday night as 1971 recipients of Helene Bristol Memorial Memorial Scholarship grants. Announcement of the scholars was made by Leotta R. Hampton, Arlington High School college counselor who is concluding concluding a two-year term as president of the scholarship program. The students were presented at a reception reception sponsored by the Herald at offices offices of Paddock Publications in Arlington Arlington Heights. Included with the Bristol scholars was recipient of the Arlington Heights Rotary Club scholarship. The club utilized the program's screening and selection machinery machinery to include its winner among the Bristol scholars. .A Sharing a total $1,825 tyrants are: --Raymond Sandacz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sandacz, 131 N. Stratton Lane, Mount Prospect. A June graduate of Hersey High School, he will study education education at Trinity University. --Dwain Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nelson, 135 S. Wolf Road, Wheeling. Wheeling. A June graduate of Wheeling High School, he will major in education at Eastern Illinois University. -Jill Edith Kerr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Dilworth Kerr, 1122 N. Dale, Arlington Arlington Heights, and recipient of the Rotary Club scholarship. The Hersey High School graduate will study accounting accounting at Illinois Wesleyan University. --Edythe Anne Haller, daughter of Mrs. Olga Haller, 527 Wilson Ave., Palatine, Palatine, and a graduate of Fremd High School. She will study special education at Illinois State University. --Kathleen May Collins, daughter of Mrs. Marion L. Collins, 261 N. Elmwood Ave., Palatine. A June graduate of Palatine Palatine High School, she will major in education education at Eastern Illinois University. --Susan Curtis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Willoughby, 325 S. Maple, Palatine, Palatine, and a graduate of Sacred Heart of Mary High School. She will major in elementary elementary education at Illinois State University. University. --DeAnn Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Stone,' 748 Stuart Lane, Palatine. The Fremd High School graduate graduate will study social work at Augustana College. --Nina Gene Davison, daughter of Mrs. Lois E. Davison, 519 W. Euclid Ave., Arlington Arlington Heights. A June graduate of Arlington Arlington High School, she will major in elementary education at Western Illinois University. --Shelley Townsend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Townsend, 15 N. Salem Salem Ave., Arlington Heights, and a graduate graduate of Arlington High School. She will study recreation at Wisconsin State University. University. The Bristol scholarships were established established six years ago in memory of the late Helene Bristol, education editor of Paddock Publications newspapers. Financed wholly by voluntary contributions, contributions, it benefits from the sustained support support of Northwest Suburban Division of Illinois Education Assn., High School District 214 Teachers Assn., Paddock Publications, Rolling Meadows Junior Women's Club, Arlington Heights Federal Federal Savings and Loan Assn., and the dra- matics staff of Arlington High School whose winter play production includes a special benefit performance for the scholarship program. Newly-elected president of the program program is Dr. L. S. Jenness, principal of Forest View High School and a founder of the scholarship activity. Secretary of the Bristol scholarships is Charles E. Hayes, vice president and editor editor of Paddock Publications. Treasurer is Donald F. Morton, president of Arlington Arlington Heights Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Since the initial scholarship grants in 1966, the program has assisted a total 33 students from within boundaries of High School Districts 211 and 214. $ $ Big Savings $ $ Fully automatic »««. Water Softener · Lifetime warranty · 5-cycle valve · Flberglas mineral tank \ · Softens, filters refines for polished, ' rust-free water \ PHOHiCL 9.3393 Afttoigftm Soff Wafft Co. \ t,-.^ 216 E. Northwest Hwy., Arlington Heights -,; I* ·dirt

Clipped from The Daily Herald08 Jun 1971, TuePage 2

The Daily Herald (Chicago, Illinois)08 Jun 1971, TuePage 2
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