Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 31, 1952 · Page 11
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SATURDAY, MAY 31, 19S2 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE 2LEV8N ftaccalanreatc Sunday Busy Week Ahead for Senior Class at Wootl River High WOOD RIVER - Rnccalatirontc Ihis Sunday, n picnic on Monday nnd commencement on Thursday round out events for seniors n't East Alton-Wood River Community High School. Hacealaurente will ho hold in the school auditorium, beginning at S p. m. It will be a studenl-participn- lion program except for the ser- tnon which will be delivered by the Rev. M. M. Powers of the Hartford Baptist Church. Student parts will be taken by Charles Townsend, ,he invocation; Tom Leonard, the scripture; Jerry Veach, the prayer; and Norma Gimmeson, the benediction, A chorus composed of more than 100 undergraduates will bo in the balcony, singing anthems. Mrs. Clarice Ferguson will accompany Hie chorus on an organ, Hillsboro will be the site of the senior picnic on Monday. Buses will leave the school at 9:30 a. m. and Hillsboro at 4 p. m. On Wednesday, seniors are to meet at 1:30 p. m. to practice for commencement. Commencement, exercises will be held in new Memorial Gymnasium, beginning at 8:15 p. m.. Thursday, .lime 5. Seniors are to assemble in the girls' gym at 7:<I5 p. m. Grades will be issued on Friday. This week's events for seniors included examinations and rehearsal for the senior assembly on Wednesday; the senior assembly, senior luncheon and practice for baccalaureate on Thursday. Attends Graduation WOOD RIVER —Mrs. Gertrude Aljets, 250 Seventh street, and Mrs. Josephine Segrest, 901 Penning avenue, attended the eighth grade graduation exercises in Highland Tuesday night. Ronald Dale Aljets, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Aljels of Alhambra was a graduate. , On Friday Mrs. Aljets and Mrs. Bernice Wiegand. 411 Central avenue, Roxana, attended the Memorial Day services in .Terseyville. and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wiogand and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Simms. f^Rlon Auxiliary To Mprt WOOD RIVKR-A charter for Mrs. Harry Joseph will be draped Monday night al the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary of Post 204. Other business will include the election of officers for the coming year. Ifnniliurgrr Fry WOOD RIVER — Mr.' and Mrs. Walter Ward gave a hamburger fry for the vocational machine shop class of East Alton-Wood River Community High School and their teacher, Wallace Stevenson and family, at their home on Dunlap Lake, Edwardsville, Wednesday night. I.lons To Meet WOOD RIVKR — Wood River Lions will meet Tuesday evening at (3::tO, instead of at noon, at the Sunshine Blue Room, Ferguson and Wood Riser avenues. Dr. Llewellyn Heard, a specialist: in catalyst research at. the Standard Oil Company's Whiting refinery, will give a "Fire Magic" demonstration. Ray Jack is program chairman. Wood River Sewing Club Entertained WOOD RIVER. — Mrs. Fred Longshore, 211 Ohio street, South Roxana, was hostess Wednesday morning to tlie WRHR Sewing Club. The morning was spent in doing handwork and a business meeting. Luncheon was served at noon by the hostess. The next meeting will be June 11, with Mrs. Roscoe Mosely, 55 Marguerite street, Wood River. 41 Si. Benin r<T* Graduates Visit Marqaette Park WOOD RIVER Marquelte State Park was the scene for the annual class day picnic given by St. Bernard's School Tuesday. The 41 graduates spent the day hiking, boating, and horseback riding. Transportation was furnished by 73 to Get Roxnnu High Commencement Scheduled Tuesday Evening School Employes Feted at Blair Essay Winners J At St. Bernard's Wednesday at part of the end-of-school activities. The dinner was served in the Mrs. Eugene Fahnestock. Mrs. 1 KAST ALTON. Frank Glow/owskie, Mrs. Thomas i faculty members Kelly. Mrs. Melvin Schneidermey- ployrs enjoyed a rr, Mrs. John Wethinglon, Mrs. Martin Haynes. and Mrs. Michael Jordan. Two cars and drivers wore donated by tin; Albi-pcht Chevrolet Co. Other guests were the Rev. Fr. E. J. Douglas; the PTA president, Mrs, Harold Rice; room mothers, Mrs. Ross Faulkner, Mrs. Waller Smith, and Mrs. Ray Hewitt; and Mrs. Elmo Rhodes. Hlnir school and other em- rhirken dinner the noon hour as ROXANA -The high school commencement program will be Tuesday evening nt 8:15 p. m. in thr gymnasium of the high school. Seventy-three graduates will receive diplomas. The speaker will fie Mr. Wayne Allen, Stephens College instructor at Columbia, Mo. His address will bo "Managing Your Mind." The Rev. L. ]•:. Muslain of Ihe Roxana Baptist Church will give school cafeteria to the following I lnp invocation and benediction, teachers: Miss Eugenia Day, prin-j Don »•'«]! \ v >" s!)r;lk for 'he senior cipal; Mrs, Rosalie Smith, Mrs. Vnlle Bess Brown, Mrs. Bess Freeman, Mrs. Eleanor Gimmy, Mrs. Robert Gipson, Mrs. Sarah Tomek, Miss Joan Jackson, Mrs. Verdie Weiss, Mrs. Fredericka Harvick, Mrs. Eloiso Webb. Miss Pauline WOOD RIVER. ..... St. Bernard's School winners of the Legion essay contest: and school medal awards i Eippay, Mrs. Mary Donohoe, Miss Evelyn Cox, Miss Gertrude Shin- glcton, Mrs. Evelyn Oliver, Miss Eleanor Wilson, Miss Edna Morgan, Mrs. Mildred Roberts. Miss Marilyn Markley, Mrs. T. B. Rich- j ardson, Mrs. Corrine Podesva. Al- Kostrr ' aml Miss Ellith Oc| - East Alton Grade Hand Feted at Marquette Park class. Carl R. Gregory, principal, will present the class to receive diplomas from Ktigone W. Robinson, president of the hoard of education. The high school hand under the direction of I.pRoy Dalhaus will play a brief concert before the class \ march. Graduates are Arlelte Arnold. EAST ALTON. — Members of the grade school band wore treated to a picnic Wednesday afternoon at Perc Marquette Park. Faculty members accompanying the group were Robert Lilly, Mrs. Jerry Podesva, Mrs. John Lowery, Miss Mildred Dunlope, William Cary. and Albert Small. Mrs. Luly and Mrs. C. T. Gabbert also accompanied the group. The band members enjoyed hiking, ball games and other outdoor amusements during the afternoon. A picnic supper was served, after which (he group returned home. 30 Eighth Graders Graduate At Woodrow Wihon Jr. High Church Services At Hartford Tn Vacation EAST ALTON. In Robert S. Luly, instrumental music director of fcast Alton schools; Mrs. Luly and children, plan to spend the summer at Fort Atkinson, Wis, Lilly and children will join him ns soon as the Horace Mann School Donald Ball, Lola May Bonn. El-i is dismissed for the summer. Their don Bowler, Donald Brehm, James Brummell, Louise Calo, Randa daughter. Crystal, is a sixth grade student at the Alton school. The HARTFORD-Sunday School at. the Methodist Church will convene at 10 a. m. Sunday. The worship hour at 11 a. m. will be led by the Rev. Elmer Schwalbe. The evening service at 7:.'!0 will he In charge of the young people. The MYF will meet at 6:-1."i p. m. The Assembly of God Church will meet al 10 a. m. for Sunday School. The Rev. Clyde Belan will be guest speaker during the worship hour at 11 a. m. and also during the evening; service at 7:30. The Rev. Bclan is president of the Pentecostal College in St. Louis. The Church of Christ will assenv bio at 10 ii. m. for worship. The evening service will commence at 7:30. ' The school hour- will commence at fl:-15 General Baptist Sunday L. Melvin and J. E. Maynard, have been announced by Francis custodians, were also present. Mrs. ' Manning, Americanism chairman , Florence Day, former principal at | of Legion Post 1!(M. An essay on Clara Barton has won for Ann Fahnestock, eighth I EAST ALTON. -- The "Fixit ! the school, was a guest. Enlarging Shop EAST ALTON. -- The 79 Wood River Students With Perfect Attendance Records WOOD RIVER.—Better than 10 percent of the 770 students at East Alton-Wood River Community High School have had perfect attendance during the past year. Seventy-nine students have been so recognized by the school, including 16 seniors, 23 juniors, 25 sophomores and 15 freshmen. The seniors are Clara Anthony, Eddie Archer, Jerry Beers, Betty Collier, Marilyn Doty, Thelma Edgar, Ronald Fisher, Evelyn Ford, Patsy Giesike, Cletus Hackenthal, LaVerne Harris, Charles Laster, Peggy Roberson, Paul Seehausen, Joyce Shrum and Bernie Taylor. Trellis House SUNDAY SPECIALS Chicken with dumblings, Salad, Toasted Bun, Coffee or Tea $1.15 Deluxe Hamburger Plate with French Fries and Slaw' 1741 Rodgers — 2-7821 Across from the G M & O Railroad Juniors with perfect attendance are Dolores Baird, Dorothy Barach, Virginia Braddy, Betty Campbell, Doris Daniel, Robert Deem, Billy Downing, Caroline Flanders, George Gerl, James E. Greene. James Hord, Donald Huber, Carolyn Jacoby, Richard Johnson, Ruth Landreth, Donald McClure, Rose Marie Marko, Mary K. Moore, Dale Neese, Iris Parker, Marilyn Shook, JoAnn Salterman and Roger Strack. Sophomores are Rhea Bailey, Nina Berrey, Paul Draper, Sherry Dugger, Patricia Eades, Charlotte Figge, John Friend, Emma Jean Grable, Mardell Hallstead, Belva Helm, Sandra Justice, Joyce Lorsbach, Richard Mitchell, William Nohava, Mildred Patton, Dolores Pierce, Robert Prather, Reva Rogers, Susie Sawyer, Gary Schillinger, Lois Schmidt, Boyd Sever, Frances Smith, Robert Stetson and Bernice Ulett. Freshmen are David Bailey, Betty Chapman, Carl Draper, Geraldine Figge, Helen Franklin, William Freeman, Ray Grammer, Shelby Kohlmiller, Stanford Lindquist, Nancy Moore, Marilyn Neese, Lawrence Pizinger, Larry Prather, Judy Ringering and Rodger Smith. grade pupil, the first in her grade. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fahnestock. 306 South j Ninth street, Wood River. Seventh grade essay winner is Martin Crystal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crystal, 130 Whitelaw avenue, Wood River, who wrote on "Father Flannigan;" and sixth grade winner is Martha Kinney, daughter of county Judge and Mrs. Michael Kinney, 509 Fifth street, Wood River. Martha wrote on Mrs. Harold Rice, this year's president of St. Bernard's Parent-Teacher Association. School medal award winners are Mary Lou Roe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roe, 201 Haller street, Wood River, and Kenneth Figge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Figge, 53 Carsten avenue, Wood River. Winning honorable mentions in the medal awards are Ina Kay Ringering, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Ringering, 977 Whitelaw avenue, Wood River, and Charles Pelan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pelan, 219 East Main street, Belhalto. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ROUTE 1«0 COLLEGE AVE. ALTON, ILL. TWICE NIGHTLY Opens at 7:00 Starts at 8 Rain or Clear ENDS TONITE! 2 ACTION HITS! SPECIAL COME AS LATE AS 10:'>4 LATE SHOW * SEK BOTH FEATURES. Audit Murphy "RED BADGE OF COURAGE" Richard Travis In "MASK OF THE DRAGON" SUNDAY and MONDAY FEATURE SHOWN At 9:20 - 11:43 James CAGNEY PHYILIS1WHHER Come Mil the PLUS 2 CARTOONS Train Pony Merry-Go-Round RIPES - RIDES IIW HAP A THItIT »0i TtOViUi Wood River Volunteer Firemen Elect Officers WOOD RIVER—Bud Grove has been re-elected president of the Wood River Volunteer fire department. All other officers were re-elected Wednesday night. They are John Ritter, vice president; Lloyd Dildine,-. treasurer; and Ernest Balke, secretary. The department responded to five calls during May according 1o the report of Chief Wallace Bond. He estimated loss at $500. The loss was figured for all five runs, including fires in two garages, an automobile, a motorcycle and a refrigerator. Rebrkahs to Meet WOOD RIVER. — Mrs. Jessie Hodson, deputy from JerseyvilJe, will be present at the formal meeting of the Thompson - Rebekah Lodge. Monday night. This meeting will feature an initiation of candidates. Shower for Miss Harris WOOD RIVER. — Miss Laverne Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harris, 511 North Sixth street, was guest of honor at a shower Monday night. The party', given by Miss Beverly Raines at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Harry Hanson, 155 Seventh street, was in a parasol theme' with decorations in white and pink. Miniature favors of brides and parasols were given to the guests. Games were played and refreshments served by the hostess. Miss Harris will be married June 7 to Robert Wilkinson. Shop." at 327 Bowman avenue, whose proprietor is Howard J. Franklin, is undergoing repairs and enlargement at the present time. Franklin will be able to stork more parts for various repair jobs after the enlargement of his shop is completed, which should be by the first of next week. Hartford Circle Stages Breakfast HARTFORD—The annual May breakfast was served at the First Baptist. Church Wednesday morning during which the 25th anniversary of the founding of the circle was celebrated. After the breakfast, the history of the circle was given by Mrs. Grace Condray. Past presidents who were in attendance spoke briefly. Mrs. Florence Wakeland, president of the Alton Association of Baptist Women was principal speaker. She also installed the following incoming officers for the new year: Mrs. Maurice Powers, president; Mrs. Elizabeth Stump, vice president; Mrs. Carrie Chapman, secretary-treasurer: Mrs. Paul Condray, White Cross chairman; Mrs. Delmar Adams, spiritual life secretary; Mrs. Gilbert Brown, reading chairman; and Mrs. Floyd Carlton, program chairman. East Alton Girl Feted With Party on Birthday EAST ALTON — Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Vroman, 31S Kingshighway, entertained Wednesday evening with a picnic at the Westerner Club Grounds honoring their daughter, Jenan, on her seventh birthday. Games were enjoyed with prizes awarded to Bonnie Lou Wilson, Nancy Harvey, Donna Hill and Justine Vroman. Other small guests present in addition to the prize winners were Donna Bockholdl, Diane Brazier. Margie Harvey, Verna Lee Sheets, and Sharon Vroman. Adults assisting Mrs. Vroman were Mrs. Vernon Sheets and Mrs. Thabus Harvey. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Car Hits Island EAST ALTON—A car driven by James Hanks, 125 Cooper street, hit the traffic islands near the intersection of Bonds avenue at 3:30 a. m. today causing some damage to the front end for the only traffic accident called to police attention over Memorial Day. Chandler. Nelson Chapman. Fran- Lillys reside at 18.'!2 Park, Alton, ccs ClrtVy. Donna Clifford. Ha\ Pawson. Clara Dike. Patty Dive- Junior 1 li-rll Graduates lev. Jerrv F.ast. Mary /nna Evans. Judy Kwers Salterfield. Merall Franklin. Donna Gardner, Patricia Voted at East Alton EAST ALTON — Eighth grade fettel* Biiii. in. 14* TONITE DOOM Open *:HI»—Show Sl»rl« 7:30 .Umti Stewart — Julia Adams "BEND OF THE RIVER" TECHNICOLOR — Shown »l 8:80 'III(h Ontury Fox Cartoon Carnival One Full Hour of Carlooni 7:311 SUN.-MON.-TUES. MATINEE - Doors Open 1 :45 I'. M. TWO TECHNICOLOR HITS Brian Donlevy — Virginia Grey "SLAUGHTER TRAIL" Shown at V.OO— 4:t5— Cornel Wilde — Maureen O'Hara "AT SWORDS POINT" Shown 8;35— «;IO— 8:65 DANCING, BETH ALT0 AN USGIQN BARN TONITE, MAY 31 WALT SCHLEMER and HIS ORCHESTRA ATTENDANCE GIFT EVERY SATURDAY KITE for & Good '{line Vuit the Barn, 4meric»n teflon Po»t 314 Gilbert. William Gilson. Emmn •graduates of the junior high school Goodrich. iwere served a graduation dinner „. . . „ lr . ,, ,. ,, | Tuesday at the noon hour in the Stephanie Grandfield. Harold'.._,_._..:_ Green, Dplmar Gusewelle. Bill Haas. Glenn Hachman, Doris Hanfelder, Barbara Hardesly, Charles Harmon, Verla Hausnian, Joyce Heffner, Norma Huston. Ailcen Imel Witt, Barbara Johnson, Don- Mothers of graduates and friends assisting with the preparation of Ihe dinner werei Mrs. Otto F. Rra/.ier, Mrs. Guy Helm, Mrs. Waller May, Mrs. Joseph C. Barnett, Mrs. William F. Bolin, Mrs. aid Kennedy, Jerry Kirby, Joyce I Vi( ,, 01 . Lo(7 M| , s _ j| 0 ,. S( .| 1f< i Heil. Knupp, Leon Kohler, Noveda Kra-! mer, -Helen Lands, James Longshore. Carolyn Magee, Dixie Major, Roma McClelland. Kenneth McMahon, Ruth Mr-Reynolds, Jim Meyer, Mary Jane Moore. Ina Oldham. Wayne Oldham, Roste Pay- nic. Joyce Pierson, Jerry Price. Shirley Randels, Charles Redd. Mary Rethorn, Shirley Robertson Loyd, Jackie Roe, Philip Russell, Norma Sanders, Frank Schneider- meyer, Donna Segrest, Nancy Slingerland, Virginia S t e f f e n, Jeanne Stewart, JoAnn Swallow, Madaline Tappy. Jimmy Titsworth. Jack Waltz, Marvin Young, Helen Zakrzewski and Billie 7,yph. \\ ood River Legionnaires Visit Area Cemeteries WOOD RIVER. — A committee of Legionnaires of Post 204, headed by Postmaster Ernest Giehl, made their annual pilgrimage to Woodlawn Hill cemetery Wednesday evening, to inspect graves of veterans. The group met with Paul Worcester, cemetery custodian, and placed 16 flags on veterans' graves. Other cemeteries in Alton and Edwardsville, where local veterans are buried, were visited before Memorial Day. The Wood River post: has received Legion grave markers which will be placed on all Legion graves as soon as the list has been completed. It has been the custom of the local post to place flags on all veterans' graves each year at Memorial Day, regardless of their affiliation with the local post. Other members of the committee who took part in the grave decoration program were Comdr. Clifford Davidson and Russell Gibson'. Mrs. Russell Fry, Mrs. Raymond Bom-land, Mrs. Leland Melvin, Mrs. Vurel McGoe, Mrs. Charles Bolin and Mrs. Waller Moore. Tables for the dinner were dec- opated in class colors and follow- ng the dinner group singing was enjoyed. Visiting Here a. m. lolloped by worship seivice al 10:-iri a. m. led by the Rev. Lester Williams. The evening service will start ill 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at the First Baptist Church will be at 9:-l"i a. m. The Rev. Maurice Powers will speak on "Pentecost" during the worship hour at 10 M5 a. m. The evening service will start at 7:30. The BYF groups will meet al 6:30. Roxana Grades to Graduate 121 Roxana Baptist Youlhs Attend MVF Banquet ROXANA. — Several youths of Ihe First 'Baptist Church attended the junior-senior banquet Tuesday evening for young people of the Mississippi Valley Fellowship of Baptist Churches at Pere Marquette Slate Park. Ralph Schapple, sponsor of the youth at the Brown Street Baptist Church of Alton, was toastmaster. Those from Roxana attending were Bucky Harmon, Miss Shirley Walmsley, Miss Lola May Bean, Vliss Pat Gilbert, Miss Frances Peck, Mrs. Homer Peck, and the Rev, and Mrs. L. E. Mustain. BaptiNt Notes ROXANA. — Communion will be observed Sunday morning at the First Baptist Church The church will'give the right hand of fellowship to Ihe four persons who were baptized last Sunday evening. There will be no services Sunday evening at the church, duo to the baccalaureate services at the high school. Plans are now underway for a daily vacation Bible School at the church, which will be conducted after the schools at the Church of the Nazarene and First Presbyterian Church close. A children's day program will be presented June 8 at the church by the children in the primary department, directed by Mrs. T. Olen Martin. Graduation Set At Mason School GODFREY. -Eighth grade graduation exercises will he held at Mason School Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m., and will be preceded by a basket dinner at noon. If the weather permits, the basket dinner will be served on the school yard. J. B. Johnson will be the speak er and the Rev. W. F. Primrose will pronounce both the invocation and benediction. A vocal number will be presented by the graduates. Diplomas will be presented by Herbert Hardin, president of the school board. Tuesday was the last day of school and the children were taken to Ihe Onized'Club grounds for a picnic. EAST ALTON Mr. and Mrs. ?Yed L. Miller, North Chicago, are spending the Memorial Day weekend with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright, Rosewood Heights. Roxana ROXANA—Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cumin and children Peter, Pa- Iricia, and Nancy, left Tuesday for New Orleans, La., where Cut-ran lias been transferred by the Shell Oil Company. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Jones of Staunton visited Wednesday with Mrs. Jones' brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. John Binney of Missouri avenue, South Roxana. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rueden- busch and Arvin Massey of Sioux :ity, S. D., spent the past few days with Mrs. Ruedenbusch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Binney of Missouri avenue. The Women's Bible Study group of the First; Presbyterian Church scheduled to meet Tuesday evening have postponed the meeting until June 10 at 7::iO p. m. in the council room of Ihe Community building, according to Mrs. Neal Groves, president. The South Roxana Girls' Club Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p. m. Monday evening in ihe club room at.-the Bill more Hotel for their regular monthly meeting. business and social Ship ma n Methodist WSCS Entertained SHIPMAN — Mrs. Roy Lockyer was hostess to the Woman's So- •iety of Christian Service Wednesday afternoon. Assisting hostesses were: Mrs. E. E. Christoph and Mrs. H. 0. Still. Mrs. Still was devotional leader and Mrs. Kenneth Kulenkamp, was program leader, assisted by Mrs. Lyle Duncan, Mrs. Kenneth Archer and Mrs. Carl Williams. The study ROXANA--The certification exorcises for the 121 eighth grade graduates of the Roxana Community I'nit 1 will be held Monday at S p. m. at Ihe High School. The graduates have prepared a skit entitled "A Boy For Sale" which will be presented as a part of the program. Pictures of the entire group will be taken immediately following Ihe program. It was previously announced that 120 students would graduate but Lois Albright will also receive her diploma although she is confined to the Shriner's Hospital for Crippled Children in St. Louis. Bible. School ROXANA The Church of Ihe Na/arene will conduct, a daily vacation Bible school beginning Monday afternoon. Registration will be at: 1:30 p. m. The school will be in session from June 2 through June 13, Monday through Friday each week from 9 to 11:45 a. m. • There will be classes for every age from 4 through 15. Mrs. J. H. White, wife of the pastor, will be superintendent. Kolary Club Meeting ROXANA—The Rotary Club met Wednesday evening at the Little House. Dr. Ferdinard Meyers, brother-in-law of Latham Harris, who is a chemist at Monsanto Chemical Company in East St. Louis spoke and showed films on "Krilium", a new substance for soil texture. HAnTFOnD-Certlfteatlon exercises for 30 eighth graders was held Wednesday evening in the Woodrow Wilson auditorium. The program preceding the presentation of the certificates to the graduates was opened with the pledge of allegiance by the audience, The Rev. J. M. Graham offered the invocation. The Woodrow Wilson school hand under the direction of Wilbur HiUe, presented Iwo musical selections and the clarinet and flute ensemble played "Church Echoes". The girls ensemble under the direction of Mrs. Eunice Robinson presented Iwo vocal selections. Janice Kay Summers was narrator during the retrospect when eight living pictures were portrayed in the life of the class of 1952 by the younger brothers and sisters. Joyce Graver and Paul Plummer were the recipients of the American Legion awards based on distinguished achievements in honor, courage, scholarship, and leadership. Shirley Wade and John Lehman received honorable mention. In the absence of the legion commander. Orville Brunje.s. principal of Woodrow Wilson, made the present,'it ions. George L. Hayes, president of the ward of education presented the .H'Hificates to ihe graduates. The program closed with the school chorus singing two number*, and the Rev. Lester Williams giving the benediction. Graduates were Shirley Backen- slo, Virginia Berry, Joan Braddy, lohn Farley, Bonnie Foster, June Full, Joyce drover, Margaret Itsimor, Gordon Hillmnn, Richard Karns, Shirley Lawrence, John Lehman, Carla McCann, Kenneth book was presented by Mrs. Dun. can. Mrs. Truman Pocklington Conducted the business meeting Others present were Mrs. A. G. Schoencman. Mrs. W. H. Sehocne- man, Mrs. Roy Archer, Mrs. T. H. Taylor. Mrs. F. E. Allen, Mrs. Fred Salman, Mrs. William Alward and Mary Ann Alward. The hostess served refreshments. ATA Auxiliary Mods SHIPMAN — The Ladies Au::- iliary of the Shipman Piasa Anti- Thief Association met Tuesda> evening at the Piasa hall and initiated Mrs. Peal Coltingham, Mrs Mabel Enlow and Joann, Mrs Clarence Thomae, Mrs. Joann Foiles and Mrs. Frances, into the order. A social hour follwed and refreshments were served by Mrs Ruth Haworlh and Mrs. Joann Foiles. McGill, Pierce, Shirley Martin, Gilbert Paul Plummer, August Rahn, Ruth Schneider, Betty Seehausen, Ralph Skinner, Smith, William Starbuck, Wilma Ronald Strumski, Shirley Wade, Lawrence Wadeking, Claudia Willard, Jerome Wintjen, Clint Wolf, Beverly '/agar, Bible School to Open at Hartford First Session Will Be Monday Morning HARTFORD—The Methodist Vacation Bible School will open here Monday for a two week period. The hours for classes will be from 9:30 a. m. to 11:30 a. m. Friday, June 13, the last day of the school, a picnic will be held during the day. The final program, displaying the work of the students, will be held during that evening at 7:30 p. m. legion Meeting HARTFORD — Legionnaires lind members of the auxiliary held a combined meeting Monday to formulaic plans for the annual picnic to be held June 13, 14 and 15 at. walortower site. Mrs. Norma Sanders and Amil Wilcox have been appointed on the entertainment committee. The auxiliary announced that proceeds from the Poppy sale netted 589.50. Auxiliary to Meet HARTFORD—The Civic League Auxiliary will hold their monthly meeting Monday evening at 7:30 p. m. at the civic league building. Mrs. Dorothy Eubanks, president, will be in charge of the business meeting. Bible School To Open HARTFORD — The vacation Bible School at the First Baptist Church will commence Monday at 9 a. m. until 11:30 a. m. Any child of kindergarten age, or older, is eligible to attend if they i have no other church school. 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