Marcia Manning, St Bernard's Graduation

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Marcia Manning, St Bernard's Graduation - ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH of has McLeary, the 22...
ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH of has McLeary, the 22 St Bernard's School to Graduate Class of 60 WOOD RIVER - Sixty students will graduate from St. Bernard's School during ceremonies at 3 p.m. Sunday. The Rev. Father Patrick Morrow, assistant .pastor of St. Bernard's Church, will give the gra* uation address and Rev, Father E. J. Douglas, church pastor, will present the graduation certificates. The senior choir will sing selections and Miss Margie Rhodes will serve as organist. Those graduating are: Mary Amizich, Evelyn Baalman, Mary Beth Barr, James Bauer, Gordon Beeler, William Bellm, Thomas Brumley, Carol Butkovich, Mary Jo Byron, Carla Carpenter, Dor- -"IBB Aye,, paper chairman. othy Certa, Linda Cherry, Tim. othy Coburn, Allan Cook, Marga ret Cook. Lorraine Costanzo, Mary Ann Costanzo, Paula Dvorchak, David Eckhouse, Gwendolyn Evans, Kathleen Hegeman, Michael Hendricks, David Heneghan, Carolyn Hoffmann, Carolyn Klen- stra, John LeBaube, Judith Laird, Donna Lane, Peter Leeds, Clorie- ta Magurany. Marcia Manning, Patrick Me- Cleish, Daniel McNamee, Gary Martinez, Ronald Milazzo, James Moses, Delores Patrick, Mary Pellegrino, Bonnie Pruett, David Rice, Michael Rider, Donna Riley, Thad Robertson, Richard Scalise, Barbara Schneider, Ronald Schneider, Rita Spahr, James Stassi. Paul Strack, Patrick Sugent, Patrick Taylor, Kathleen Troyan, Rebecca Varble, Cynthia Vine- vich, Michael Walsh and Larry Webb. At an awards banquet earlier this week Patrick Sugent and Margaret Cook were presented first place American Legion awards and Rodney Royse and Paula Carpenter received second place Legion awards. Dr. Stanley Pisarek, of Post 204 made the presentations. Roy Edwards, commander, was also present School essay awards were presented Delores Patrick of the seventh grade and Elbie Milazzo, eighth grade recipient The stu-i dents wrote on "The Statue of Liberty and What it Means to Me." WoodRlverCubPack To Collect Paper WOOD RIVER - Cub Pack 44 will conduct a waste paper drive starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, in the residential areas of Brushy Grove, Glendale Gardens, Kendall Hill and east of 9th street to the Roxana city line. Contributors are asked to place their papers in boxes or tied in bundles at the street edge to speed the pick Arrangements titles of paper may be made by contacting George Koch, 909 Pen up service, for large qiian Return to Washington WOOD RIVER - Yeoman l.C. and Mrs. Richard Glover and son, have left for Anacortes, Wash., after a 10 day visit with his mother, Mrs. Marie Glover, 963 Whitelaw Ave., and other relatives of the area. During their visit they were honored at an open house at VACATION SPECIALS FLORIDA 6 Nights, 7 Days Only $M .SO MEXICO 6 Nights, 1 Days Only $190.30 HAWAII Las Vegas-Hollywood 13 Dqys. Only $474 LAS VEGAS * Days. Only $180 All of the above tours Include roundtrlp air transportation, transfers, hotel, and In certain cases some meals. Transportation Tax additional where applicable. For Reservations Call Th» Trovtl Phent NO 5-2558 'ITA' Travel Advisors 413 E. Broadway of a at

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 02 Jun 1961, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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