Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 17
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN Wood River High Students Cited at Annual Awards Day WOOD RIVER-Trophics, school] letters, a scholarship and other I citations were presented Tuesday morning during the traditional awards day assembly at Kast Alton-Wood River Community High School. HANGING AROUND FOR A PRETZEL THAT'S SLICK? GET A PRETZEL STICK! ALWAYS FRESH! lisa try Salty Twist Buttir Pntzils 3-RjRI Ptttnb Prttztlittts Cheese Prebies Sta Jan Prtbel Sticks IN ALL THE SHAPES YOU LOVE THE BEST NABISCO PRETZELS HAVE MODE ZEST! MK0 RV MABISCO NATIONAL IISCUIT COMPANY .loyce Rogers, retiring student cabinet president, accepted trophies that were presented to the school. Dana Mead, next year's cabinet president, presented the school "\V" lo wining students. Paul Sims, vice president of the Central Labor Union of Wood River and chairman of its education committee, gave a $400 scholarship to Evelyn Ford. Basketball trophies presented to the school and students who gave them were the Madison county tournament consolation championship. Paul Manahan; the Kast St. Louis Christmas tournament consolation championship, Paul Manahan; the player of the year award. Ronald Fisher; and the free throw ^championship, Douglas Warford. The girls' intramural basketball trophy was presented by Snodgrass. Other trophies were the baseball conference championship trophy for ]9!il presented by Bob Siege- meier; and the crgss country district championship presented by Jim Greene. The following letters were awarded: BASEBALL letters 1o Kdward Affsprung jr.. Leonard MrCormick, Donald Hnber, Eddie Kamp. Fonnle Held, Dona Mend, Latham Simms, Robert Stege- nieler, Boyd Sever. Be'rnle Taylor, Charles Townsend. Donald Strack, Ronnie Fisher and. Bill Ward. BASKETBALL letters went to Ronnie Fisher, David Tlarvey. Bernle Taylor, Dana Mead Leonard McCormlck. Paul Manahan, Jim Smith. Charlie Moore. Joel Schwalbe and Douglas Warford. TENNIS letters went to Jerry Burnam, George DeLong. Philip Voorhees. Fred Obermiller, Joel Schwalbe, Marshall Muggins, Henry Ullrich and James Stone. CnoSS-COUNTRY letters went to Charles Lasler. Homer Pollard, Larry Lowery, James Hord, James Greene. Jack Greenshields, Alan Brown and Don Curtis. FOOTBALL letlers went, to Emil Bant/, D. Bazzell, Jack Clagg, Jim Dammann, George DeLong, Joe Galea?., Eugene Halst, Elbert Kimrnel, David Lilley. Paul Manahan, Dana Mead, Chafes Moore, Ronnie Sands, Leroy Searc.v, Dale Smith, Bob Stegemrier, Charles Townsend, Jerry Veach, Douglas Warford, E. Kohlmlller and H. Forcade. Ronnie Reids. WRESTLING letters went to Alan Brown, Jack Clagg, George DeLong, Jack Greenshields, Jim Holt. Bob Hopper. Larry Lowery, Gary Moore. Dale Ncesc. Ronnie Sands, Spencer Smith and Charles Yarnell. TRACK letters, went to Mickey Bolo, Alan Brown, Roger Counsil, John Friend, Joe Galeaz, James Greene. Jack Greenshields, Charles Laster, Paul Manhan, George Reithman, Douglas Warfrud, Charles Yarnell and E, Kohlmlller. GOLF letters, went to David Beason, Robert Ricks, Elbert Kimmel, Pat Quinn, David Mourning, Stanford Lind- qulst and Ronald Powell. ANNUAL awards, went to Mary Jane Brugger, Jeannette Melow, Nina Hester, George DeLong, Maynard Saxby, Carolyn Jacoby, Wanda Downing, Edith Tackett, Nancy Keller, Evelyn Ford, Robert Allen. Marilyn Schelbe, Ann Frields, Virginia Braddy, Sharon Smith. Rita Hamilton, Jerry Burnam, Don Snedeker, Barbara Kelly, Ellen Rae Floyd, Pat Suhling, Tom Leonard, Jack Greenshields, Cletui Van Dreser and Phillip Voorhees. CHORAL awards, went to Barbara Allen, Margaret Dams. Ginger Walmsley, Eddie Bollard. Cordelia Douglas, Darrell Wonnacott, Irma Bartels, Sherry Dugger, Sandra Young, Meredith BarteLs, Marieta Haycraft, Rose Marie Mnrkb, Martha Brnmhall, Sue McCrellis, Mary Lou Mayoral, Pat Caldwell, Mary K. Moore, Bethel Bledsoe, Joyce Cannedy, David Mourning, Pat Gieseke. Nancy Cooper, Jackie Mouser, Eunice Powers, Thelma Edgar. Jerry Veach, Shirley Llndquist and Mary K. McManus. DRAMATICS awards, went to Tom Leonard, David Beason, Maynard Saxby, Terry Watson. Mickey Bolo, Joyce Tomek, Nancy Schwarm. Jerry Baurnam, Cletus Van Dreser, Joyce Rogers, Mary Lou Mayoral and Roger Wilbur. Student Council awards, went to Joyce Rogers, Ronnie Fisher, Miloy Palmer, Darlene Stouffer, Myra Gerdes, Lorene Sanders, Shirley Calvin, Carol Hanks, Beverly Schutz, Patty Allen, Oreen*. Oeorgcn* Smith, Dorothy flamed. P»t«,v Hclltmeyer, Boy Stouffer. I'm* BnrtelK, Lol> Homer, Charles Town.icnd, Nnney Treat, Judy Cohb. Tom Leonard. Pntsy Davis. Charles Mnore, Ray Unterbrlnk, VVIllard Dugger. Judy Mosle.v, Jwly Wllhlte, Earlene Elhftuser and fidylh Woods. DEAN'S ASSISTANTS, riled wore Mnry Jane Brugger, Marsha Byron. Margaret Dams. Ann Llnkogle, Sarah Robinson. Pntrlcln Schlleper. Nancy Klstner, Pat Suhling, and Frelean Jordan. OFFIE ASSISTANTS were Jane Means, Norma Mllllgan, Norma Gimmeson, Virginia Braddy. Frances Peck, Edvth Woods and Barbara Frailer. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION assistants, recognized were Dale Wardlow. Gary Schllllnger. Mary Skundrtch, Donald Wallace, Rnv Bnyles, James Snyder and Dnlf SchmHt. DAR and SAR citizenship awards were presented to Darlene Stouffer and Paul Manahan. LIBRARY SERVICE awards, went to Mae Evelyn Bugg. Jeannette Melow, Jo Ann Standefcr Ann Crouch, Marjorle Powers, Roger Strack. Wnnda Downing, Wood River Rotarians Hear Oratorical Contest Winner Cniol Hlrhnrds. Mnry Totorn. Holon Kill- ,>_..„,. , , . ,-. „ ton, Dolores Rndgcrs. Elvn Truvls. Mary | Optimist objertlVTS McPhemon, Edllh Shlve, Kenneth Wright and Wllllnm Ycmni. PROJECTIONISTS award* wore pro- senlml lo Robert Allen. C'hnrles Glass. I i/flllOn Whifll IS sponsored D.V the WOOD RIVKR — The Optimist* Monday noon Rave Roiarians an insight into their boys' work program. Twelve-year-old Michael Haynes who won the Optimists oratorical contest Thursday niRht delivered his prize-winning "Optimism for Courageous Living." Haynes was introduced by James Flanigan, boys' work chairman, and Dr. Maurice Woll, Optimist president. Thad Carter was Rotary program chairman. Klanigan spoke briefly on the saying that boys work is stressed locally through the Junior G-Man organ of Alton; E. J. Shepard of Edwardsville; William Neunaber of fiethalto; Latlwm Harris and Carl llregoty of Roxana; and James Payne of Granite City. R. N. Gandy of St. Louis was a guest of Ernest Giehl. Ronnld Phillips. ,)»rk Bflker. Raymnnci CJoode. Ttonalri Pmvrll. Jerry Baker, Jack Hall, Robert Ricks. Phillip Harriett, Lon- nle Hargl*. Michael Stns«l, Wyatt Dodson, William Harrison, Kennelh Stetson. Kenneth Parley, Keith Highfill. Bob Strlrklln, Harry Fcuquay. Kenneth Hinkle. Ray Unterbrlnk. Franklin Qulnn. John Mennerlck, Bill Wooldridge, Bill Freeman, Ronald Mullen, Wllford Younger. Don Galnes and Robert Zacny. G1HLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION awards were presented to Marjorle Allen. Benita Franklin, Janice Rapp, Patty-Allen. Darla Harvey. Joann Rose- '•rans. Betsy Anderson, Pat Hellemeyer, Mickey Sanders. Nina Berrey, Pat Ma>% lord, Susie Snwyer, Vesta Edgar, Judy viiMi.v. Judy snodgrass, Caroline from Optimists International; Flanders. Shirley Pilger, Pat Suhling and Carol Williams QUIU, AND SCROU, awards were presented to George DeLong, Patsy Gieslike, Esther Holbrook. Nancy Kisl- ner, Robert Qulnn, Peggy Stiekets, Edith Tackett, Marilyn Schclbe and Clctus Van Dreser. CHEERLEADER awards, were presented to Margaret Dams, Edith Claflg, Doris Rich, Peggy Roberson, and Shirley Prather. BAUSCH-l.OMBE science awards were presented to Tom Leonard. Art awards were presented to pat Allen, Cerllla Kar- Icy, Anita Pavlsh, Shirlenc Atkins, Ellen Floyd, Pauline Qulncl, Lois Berry, Caroline Flanders, Sarah Robinson, Mary Jane Bruggcr, Caroline Gahr, Pat Schllefcr, Betty Campbell, Myra Gcrdes, Sharon Smith, Tom Cahoon, Nina Hester, Sandra Thallman, Gilbert Carnes. Ken Hiermnn, Elaine Verdun, Carl Draper, June Overbey and Norma Worthy. BAND awards were presented to Patty Allen. Roger Rlngering, Jack Rhodes, Patricia Eades, James Allard, Tim Cahoon, Sharon Smith, Meredith Wadsworth, Dale Sanner, Jean See- haiisen, Walter Ventimiglia. Lucille Pritchartl, Dennis Hudson, Bob Apple, Maynard Saxby, Nancy Bond, Betty Anderson, Charles Blacklock, Helen Kcssinger, David Allen, Gary Cooper, Shirley Calvin, Susie Sawyer, Eugene Haist. Nancy Treat, Dennis Keftllie, Lanny Smith. Carol Williams, George Gerl, Mary Wathern, Reva Rogers, Joan Ford, Marilyn Doty, Bob Carrol, David Manley, Ginger Hargis, Richard Glassey, Laverene Klllebrew. Francis Peck, Gordon Schreicr, Jim Heidler. Barbara Sur- galski. Raymond Grammer and Donna Taylor. Horsey DORSEY. — Miss JoAnn Heucr spent the weekend with Miss Nancy Weisemann of Edwardsville. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Payne of Alton visited Saturday evening \vith Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steelman and family. Mrs. Arthur Ruckert, jr., Mrs. Anna Muehlinghaus of Dunkirk, N. H., and Miss Tillie and Kale Zoel- ser of Moro spent Saturday evening with' Mr. and Mrs. Percy Heuer and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wallace were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baird and daughters. They were celebrating the 19th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Baird. Mr. and Mrs. Hessie Deen and children spent Sunday afternoon at Manchester. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dietzel and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burjes entfc scuffed up floors! Ordinary floor waxes are soft—they mark up when shoes scuff over them. Johnson's Hard Gloss Glo-Coat ia super-hard — it stays bright and smooth so shoes don't |s*vo a scuffed-up look! Now you can quickly give all your floors a polish that won't get a streaky, smeary, scuffed-up look- not even after weeks of wear! A great new kind of polish makes this possible. It's called Johnson's Hard Gloss Glo-Coat and it's a new discovery just perfected in the Johnson's Wax laboratories! Without any rubbing or buffing, Hard Gloss Glo-Coat gives the brightest shine you've ever seen —the hardest polish you've ever walked on! Get it at any wax dealer's. Use it on linoleum, asphalt tile, rubber tile or finished wood floors. Hard Gloss Glo-Coat wears so long you'll agree it's the real economy buy! TV KSD-TV, Channel 5, • 8:80 Monday Nights. Li»l«n I* "John»on'» Wax Ntw»" "johnion't" g/.d ' C'osi C/« Coal" VI Iradima'tti, SMQMe* Mower or JOHNSON* WAX Aeseww cluh and managed by Wood River police. HP credited Chief HPSS Perrigan for his assistance with Jr. G's. Last year, activities of the Junior G-Men included trips to the Godfrey Horse Show, a major league baseball came in St. Louis and the Menard Slate Penitentiary at Chester, III. This year, several new activities have been added including the grant of a Junior G-Men charter the drafting of a constitution and bylaws and the oratorical contest. Flanigan announced that the next project for Junior G-Men will be the organization of a six-team Softball league. Men who would be interested in coaching the teams are needed. A recording of last year's win ning oratory by Stanley "Funkston, 13, of Arlington, Va., was presented.. Funkston spoke on "Today's Challenge lo Youth." Jerry Veach gave his final talk as Junior Rotarian for May. Visiting Rotarians were Roy Maxfield, Joe Hornsey and Dennison Foster and children visited in Prairietown Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fields and sons, and Mrs. Maude Finnel and daughters, Susie and Helen, all of Wood River, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bessie Deen and children Sunday evening. Sunday visitors of William G. Bertels were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nolte and children of Moro; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bertels and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bertels and daughter. Mrs. Harold Wolf and daughter spent Tuesday in Alton with Mrs. Dover and daughter, Mary. Cyprus Is a British Colony, READ TELEOHAPH WANT ABS Moose Picnic Moose bowling teams will sponsor a picnic for Moose members and families at. Napoleon club grounds, Fosterburg, Sunday, June 8. Refreshments will bo provided. Contests have been arranged for the children and grown-ups. CHOKED with ttomech THANK HfcA VENSI Mo»t uttocltn »r« lust MM incllgf.itlon. Wh*n It strike.*, t«k« Bell-nns tublns. The? contain th« fastest-acting mfdlcinM known tc doctor* for the relief of hpnrtburn, gu arid «lmlltf dlitreM. 35<. 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