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Bonnie Schuppman, daughter of Mrs. Alta Schuppman, 111 W. Jennhig, Wood River, will attend school on the Carbondale campus, and is the recipient of a State Scholarship. A member of the National Honor Society two years Bonnie transferred from the Civic Memorial High School to Wood River for her senior year. Her extra-curricular activiteis included serving as a library assistant on the staff of the school newspaper, and affiliation with Pep Club. Art Appreciation Club, Future Teachers Association. Latin Club, Girls Athletic Association. Junior Engineers, chorus and glee club, Dramatic and Science Clubs. The recipient of a State Scholarship, Bradley A. Oseland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Oseland, 447 Dulaney, Wood River, will further his education on the Edwardsville campus. He was elected to the National Honor Society his enior year, and served on the tudent Council two years. He was also affiliated with State nd Stammer and played ootball. David K. Wagner, son of Mr nd Mrs. C. A. Wagner. 506 'rice PL, East Alton, has been warded a State Grant and the tudent Center Scholarship, and ill attend college on the Ed- vardsville campus. David played with the Conert, Marching, Cornation, and Vood Cats Stage Band each of Ms four years in high school, vas a member of the Latin ?lub, and served three years n the Student Council holding he office of treasurer. Planning to further his education at SIU, Ed- vardsville is Thomas A. WHle, on of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mile, 265 Penning, Wood liver. His extra curricular activities high school included serving s a member of the Student Council and Latin Club. Pamela Zeisset, a two-year member of the National Honor Society, is the recipient of a State Scholarship and will at- end SIU, Edwardsville. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs Marcel Zeisset, 631 Monroe, •Dast Alton, Pamela has been ictive in the Girl's Athletic Association, Future Teachers, itage and Stammer, speech and lebate, and various groups of he vocal music department. BRADLEY OSELAND he is a four-year member of he German Club serving as (resident as a junior; a member >f the Oiler lay out staff and sditor as a senior, and served hree years as a school office assistant. Janice Schiilinger, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 16 Jul 1970, Thu,
  3. Page 15

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