Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE N1N1 Commencement at Alton High June 6 Grailmilion Blimle June Ruttry, Dwlght Eug'ne Campbell, Melvln E. Capchnrt, Bevcily Ann Carson, Shirley L** Curlwrljht, Helen Lucille Cflthorall. Marie Emma Cnlhorall, Barbara l.otilne Chamberlain, OBvid L. Chnppell. Mildred Joyce Chappell, Honnltl Thotnan Chapppll, Donald Oi»Wa>ne Clark, Albert Clarke. RoVv-rl F.mmctl Cnbh. Jnmf* Wayne Cnrhrun. m /.i . | . - , i Donald Wayne Colburn, Geraldlne June OCHIOrS I ,lftC(l Id!' ] c '""" ChnrlM Jack Column. Louise Isabel Conner, Bennlo Louis ooK, Delorrs Ann t.'npt. Darlene .leitn rtle fnvcr. Albert I'. Cowglll. Thomas G. Crnin. Emily Caroline Crowe. Thoma> C). Curve.v, Kvalcna Davl*, John Dudley Davis, Patricia Davis, Audrey June Dennlv, Shirley Ann Deucker, William Leslie Dickerson, Shirley Ann Oletschy. John Altred Dresler. Shirley lean Duclm, Patricia Anne Dunkel. Ka .her Marie Duvall. Robert L. Kale.". Shir- Ann Ealcy, Robprl Eugene Edgcll, JERSEYVILLK. -- Mrs. I, Leland of Marshalllown, la., Poole of tho Baptist Church, have returned from Chicago, where j. Ihoy spent tho past week attend- is < Ing tho Baptist, convention. Mrs. Alton High School will graduate 311 seniors nl commencement exercises June 6 at West Junior High Juno 6 a I, 8 p. m. t)r. Franc McCleur, president of r , , - _ ' n-,» rtuu c*n IITJ , i\nui-i i cji.iKt-'uc r.*up(v u, itndenwoon COMORO, .St. Charles, jemmy Mlclmcl Edwards. Veronica Flla MO., Will be principal speaker. j""" 1 Elllpr . Snmnne Jane Elfgen. Tho program will open with tho processional "Pomp And Circum- spending some time hero as the I I'oolo was selected as pianist for Rtiesl of her son-in-law ami dau«h-!'be main sessions of the American tor, Mr. and Mrs. Siegfried Diet/.' Baptist (onvonlirn Mr. Dietz is a member of tho faculty of the Jorseyville (irade School. Jorsoyvillo barbers have burg, Fla., with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Oldham, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Butler- «J M«. Marjoric Carter and their families. Mareella Jenn Emmnns, Shirley M. Enns. Ronald Oene Evans. Shirley Jean Fcldman. Samuel G. Ferguson, Gerald Eugene Kessler. Charles Raymond Figge. Richard Allen Flnley, I'aul Dennlsnn Flveher, Spencer Dean Fleming, Jerome . Donald Keith Fnnli, Dale L. Furl\ven«!cr. Nancy Ann Gabriel. William Benjamin stance" and tho "Star Spinglod Banner" played by the Allon High band followed by the pledge of i Donald Fletcher. Elaine Foster. Juliri allegiance to Ihe flng, led by Hob- ;t;< ' r " kl i 1 '™'". •'<""<•» Ol1 " i-re-dimd, ert Bull. ROV. E. C. Sandin, paslor Of the jonnriel. Shirley Ann (Jashen. Phylll First Baptist Church at Foster- Alln r "" lrn ' '•"" Alin G '"'" cl u<mfl burg, will give Ihe invocation, before .the Allon High chorus sings "From Grief to Glory." "Ride the Chariot," and "May tho Good I^ord Bless and Keep You." Following Dr. McCluor's address, Robert Kdgoll, president of Ihe 4-2 class, will present tho Cnino & Chain to Dale Noudecker, president of the 4-1 class. J. B. Johnson, superintendent of Alton public schools, will present Alpha honors and Dr. Robort Lynn, school board president, will present diplomas. The program will close wilh benediction Riven by Rev. Sandin and Ihe recessional by the Alton High band. Tho elass roll: Mary Elhel Abbolt. Jane K. Ad.ims. Shirley J. Admire, Belly Ann Allen, Melvln Hay Allen, John Allan Ash. Bai- h/ir» Baker, Beverly Baker. Ramon Mar- lln Baker. Ruth Irene Barber, Marjorlc Evelyn Burnett, Junnila Mae Barrow. Pali-Ida Becker, Paul Becker. Lawrence Joseph Beckert, Carole Jean Beneze. Ed- Bur Anderson Bethany. Edward Miller Black jr.. Marilyn Jean Horman. Wilma Dolores Bornes. frank Joseph Bosolukp, John G. Boukas, Grace JoAnn Brndshaw, Shirley Joan Brellwclser, Robert Dale Bryant. Robert r. Bull. Ninn Mnrle Burch, Beverly Mae Burner, Jane Evelyn Buv- mcster. Norman Nathanfal Burlon. Jan- Ice Wynn Bushnell, Donald Dean Butler, an- Mrs. Minnie Hosley, her son-in- law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Jack Hormell. and their sons, Sill j in nature, and Bobbv, will leave Thitrsdav Tho rod color of California's rod- woods is caused by chemicals which are not believed to exist in that combination any other place Hunted for MUMMIHM FT. ARCHAMBAULT, French Kq. Africa. (IP) —Five Americans on a two-months trok through Central and Northern French of animals from these regions for the Washington Museum of Natural History and the American National Geographic Magazine. nouncocl they will lie open all (Jay j for a t\vn-\\opks' motor trip south., Thursday antl close Dei-oration 1 , Thry svill visit at Chaltnnooga, j Day. Tho 'shops have boon closing ' Tonn.. \\ith Mrs. Hpslpy's nophew j on Thursday afternoon, but arc and nircc, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll! dispensing wilh this holiday on IT. Allen and family, and will spend } arrount of Memorial Day. In wrrk at Ft. Lander-dale, Fla. j . Ralph Vandenhurg. Veoria, has 'They also plnn on visiting \n Lots- \ the guest of Jrrseyville been COME AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING HOTElfCTHIC ELEMENTS! SEE THE "MAGIC CYCLE" SELF-DEFROSTING KEWNATOR •P«lent applied Tor. Jfcert is • fofttr rtfr/f«r«ltf.. ' REFRIGERATION and APPLIANCE CO. Your Exclusive Kelvlnator Dealer 315 BELLE ST. E. (iiitt, jr.. Helen Mae Collins. Alma loan Goldsby, Rn.Miiond .Nathaniel Goodman. Muth Louise Graveman. Carol June Grecr, Charlotte Louise Griffin. Clarence Albert Gwilllm, David Eugene Haggard. Kli/nbelh Jnne Hair. Marniirct \nn Haley. Doris L. Himnan. Nurmn Frances llarprr, Leslie Wayne llarnuvtind, Nt.r- ma Jean Harris, William Stevens Harris, Donnld Loren Harrison, Charles W'llium Hnr.HhbarRer. Judilh Anne Hasting*. Wilma Ann Heffron, Boh Gdnc Henderson, Jewell Mne ilenderscm. Joan Atiria Henderson. Mary Ann Henderson, Shir ley Jean Henson, Wayne E. Henson, Jack Hill. Wilbur Franklin Hinlon, Joyce June Hoff. VirKil Uean Hook, Cynlhia Verier 11'ipkin.s, Dorothy Eli/ahelh Howard. Oavid Alan llowell. Edwin Lee Hximmel, Marilyn Jean Hutchison. Archie Lee In- | Kiam. Hcnls C.'llvc Jackson. Belly Louise Johnson, Orvillc Dcl'riest Johnr.on, rancc.s Juanita Johnston, Irma Jewel ones, Jacnueline Lou Jouctl, Nancy )nihne KartlnKer. Dorothy Jean Kails, uby Louise Keene. Marvin Joseph <eelori, Lawrence Alden Kellrr, Louis layward Keller. Pniricia Lou Kelly, ohn E, Kenninglon, Barbara Kllen King, lurley Lavaiuler King, ' Glynn Allen <irk, Florence Kodros. JoAnn Louise Kodros. Marilyn Barbara tolesa, Barbara Josephine Korlkamp. Iloria Gay Krinard, Euucne Frederick •Cuhn, Blllie June Lafikes. Joel Kevin ..asswell, Galle Phyllis Laux, Billy Dean .awrence, Thomas Allen Lawrence, Ron- Id Lee Law.son, Carolyn Louise Lay-Ion, Inrold Gene LcdbfUer. Rodger Dale ..enhardt, JoAnn Catherine Leonard, Shirley Jeanne Lindley, Lafayette Lock- iarl. Carol Jenn l.onK. Shirley Jean .owery, Charles Hoss Luchl, Ann Irene tttdrun L> nn. Oliver Ward McAfons, Cay Carol McCarty. Opal Lee McClen- lon. Robert Paul McCurmick. Robert (Jlenn McGlasson, Evelyn Mc- nlosh, Janifs C. McLaughlin, Robert C. .IcMUlun, Nina Lee McNelly, Michael klacias, Nonmi Jean Madison, Merilyn 'mlly Mallory, Janice Faye Marsh. Alma Rose Mason. Richard Massey, Donna Kay dalthews, Herbert Clarence Maxeiner, arnes Charles Mayhall. Ronald Lee Mcder. Mary Carol Mceden. Patricia Louise 'leixenhctmer, Albert Francis Miller, Carolyn Rela Miller, Donald Thomas Miler, Mary Frances Miller. Phillis Monroy, Marsha La Rue Moore, Marlene Morris, Doris Louise Mueller, Mary Jane Myers, Paul Harvey Naylor, Seorge Allen Noble, Dorothy Helen Norman, Barbara Ann Norris, Ruivsell Old ham, Connie Lee Osburn, Alon/.o Ed ward Oley. Jocelyn Marie Parker, Maurice Leon Paul. Nellie Ann Prewllt. Elsie Ett Pruett, Glenda Joyce Pruiett, Barbara Ann Radliff. Virginia Lee RexroatT George Ralph Rlppley, Ronald Ralph Rittenhouse, John Frederick Roberts. Ronald E. .Roberts, Shirley Joan Robley. Vivienne Lucile Rose. James LeRoy Howse, Carol Sue Ruedln, Paul Gayl* Rundell Donald George Russo, Virginia Lee Ruyle, Leland M. Sackmann. Marjorie Ruth Sandin, Joy Benedict Sauvage, Carol Joan Schaefer George Paul Scharlh, JoAnn Pcrnel) Schemmer. Sally Ann Schlnbohm, Vernon Floyd Schmidt, Joyce Elaine Schrumpf, Robert Clifford Schumacher, Charles Monford Schwaab. Frances Louise Schwaab, Alois Otto Schwegel, jr., Patricia Marlene Scoggins, Gloria Louise Scott, Lorraine Be'thel Scott, Delfres Elaine Scarles. Patricia Louise Shaffer, George William Shake, Meda Jeannette Shirack. Nellie M. Short. Connie Lou Silveus, Carol Jane Simmons, Norman D, Sinclair. Melba Jean Smart, David E. Smith. Oliver Curtis Smith. Robert R. Smilh, Carl Solomon, Rose Mary Stamm, Betty Jo Stauffer. Julia Mae Stevens, Carole Jane Stevenson Frances" Mae Stevenson, Ivan Lee Stewart, Katherine E. Stobbs. Kennelh Richard Stolze, Jane Elizabeth Stouder. Jackie Lee Strader, Mary Inez Swift, William Dale Tarrant. Esau Taylor jr., Eula Mae Taylor, William A. Taylor. Richard Carroll Temple. Guylend Eugene Terrell, Cla,r- cnce Thobbs. Janice Marian Tolley, Charles Eugene Traitor. Marshall Wayne Tudor, Mary Joann Tuelken, Richard Fredrick Tuhro, Leroy Earl Tungett, Thomas Gale Turnbull. Don Leroy Tutt, Emma Jana Twitt.v. Marion Gilbert Vanfossen, K. Larry Vantiease. Lois Marie Von Bergen, Nancy Rae Voss, Patricia Adeline Voumrd.. Mary Lois Wallace, James E. Walter, Robert Eugene Walter, Ann Maiie Weaver, David Weaver, jr., Mary Patricia Weaver. Agnes Idella Webb. Donald Quinn Wegman. Daniel Rhoads Wells. Sarah Ann Wetstein. Cyrus Kenton White, Bill Gene Wieneke, Kathleen friends, on rovilo to St. Louis to ' visit wilh his daughter. He return- i cd lo Peoria Sunday. Virgil Crone, local business man, ' relurned Sunday to his hoivn* here j from the Veterans' Hospital in' Poplar Bluffs. Mo., whore he has; been a patient. I The Rev. and Mrs, I.uVerno S. ; Ann Wlghtmnn. Dudley Lee Williams. Lloyd Kugene Williams, Shirley Ann Wlnshlp. Gerald Lee Witt. Shirley Atme Woodman. ! Charles Edward Woods, Rulh Woiuls. I John Marvin Wright. Olen Thomas j Vate«. David Charles Young, James Leon Zleke. ' 4 III! I s MOTOns I nr , 11. I Tf a k Trades' \ ™ N.i, f ,r«. .r ! s. .1 ( irs 4 = Chiles Motors I \V ltd M Hi il '< V>3'i MOT»ft*> Truck transport is zooming In Lebanon at the expense of the national railways. Two helicopters are rtadjr tfl fight India's expected loeUit ,ln. vasion this spring. E V K R Y D A Y I 1 H K S C R IP 1 I O N SERVICE Daily, 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. WE DO DELIVER. Sundays «nd Holidays. 9 A.M. to 1 P.M.—4 P.M. to 10 P.M. Sickness and accidents *nay come at any time and we are here to serve you and your doctor morning, afternoon and evening. 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In vibrant colors. 13.95 YOU SAW THEM IN HARPIR'S BAZAAR TERRY RORES For after the swim—thirsty terry—or for lounging in fun—cool and soft. *7.98 to '13.98 Pert and Pretty Jr. COTTONS Our pale and pretty pastel cottons are sweet as spun sugar candy, make delectable outfits for all who love junior figures. We've dashing new styles for a dashing holiday — amazingly low priced. Sixes 7 to 15. *8.95 lo 1<M)5 MATCHLESS PRINT DOROTHY HUBBS presents this washable ALL. RAYON HONAN print with its striking matchstick motif and scores a style strike. With sunburst tucks fanning out from the waist and a contrasting ribbon belt — here is matchless fashion, 15.95 STORE HOURS TRIS WEEK; Thursday * 9:00 A, M, to B;00 P. M Friday - il OM H Al I OAV Saturday - 0:00 A. U. to 5:00 P. HI.

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