Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1952 · Page 15
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TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOB PIPTBIM Students Receive Awards Monday Marquette Senior a Honored Monday, June 2, will long be rc- ftiembercd by Marquette students, especially the seniors, for awards were presented to students who attained distinction In the following fields: Jerry Lavelle received a half- tuition scholarship to St. Louis University covering four years, and valued at $940. Gerry Vollmer, an honor student, received a loving cup for perfect attendance for four years, and James Winkler was presented the top dramatic award of the year, and the Thespian award for outstanding service and cooperation in dramatic activities, as well as for his excellent performance as "Mr, Palmer" in "TURN BACK THE CLOCK." Gold medals were presented to members of the SPORTS CLUB, who as senior .gym leaders gave their time and energy to assisting with the physical education classes. Carol Ursch, Shirley Laughlin, Irene Gianninl, Jeanne Plchee, Marilyn Jun, Juanita Kassler were the recipients. Students who made the Awards List for four quarters and received St. Christopher automobile medals were: Marilyn Jun, Gerry Vollmer, Joan Springman, Bill Howard, Mary Ann Cline, Nancy Burns, Joyce Padden, Ann Horvat, -Carol Ann Dean, Dolores Guccione, Gayle Kolb, Patricia Borman, Margaret Hart, Mary Hart, Sharon Brady, Marilyn Georgewitz, Christine Schetter, Patricia Hart. Miniature keys to the school, in gold were awarded to Joseph Finn and Marilyn Jun, seniors outstanding for scholarship, loyalty and achievement. Their names are also engraved on the senior plaque, work in the field of journalism — Mary Sue Waters and Joann Schenk. Science Awards for outstanding achievement were presented to Bill Howard and Charlotte McDonald, Members of the chemistry class, and Magna Cum Laude certificates for Excellence in Latin were presented to Thomas Hellrung, Doris Peters and Marilyn Sackman. The Davis Current Events Medal was conferred on Jerry Lavelle. Beverly Barnes and Helen Bott received Senior O. A. T. Certificates (Order of Artistic Typists) which have been awarded to them by the Gregg Awards Department of the Gregg Publishing Company. Awards for library services were given to Jerry Wickenhauser, Mary Ann Cline, Louise Hartmann, Marilyn Jun, Doris Podhorn, Clarence Boucher, Marilyn Lewis, Gail Moore, Robert Cunningham, Bonnie Drexelius, Irene Giannini, Betty Lou Hayden, William Leady, Mary Frances McCarthy, Joan Springman, Jeanne Pichee, Sally Hull, Martha Hentrich. Awards were given to accounting students who received Superior rating certificates for papers submitted In the International Bookkeeping Contest. Beverly Barnes, Joan Beck, Mary Ann Cline, Roland Croxton, Mary Fitzgibbons, Bonnie Drexelius, Pat Fritz, Carolyn Godar, Betty Lou Hayden, Viola Jatcko, Charlotte McDonald, Gail Moore, Jeanne Pichee, Carol Ursch, Gerry Vollmer, Mary Sue Waters were those receiving the awards. Freshmen and sophomore girls who have been named by the Senior Gym Leaders as worthy of award for courtesy, cooperation, and sportsmanship in the gym classes are Catherine Drew, Margaret Hart, Mary Hart, Barbara King, Rose Marie Maher, Mary Lou Podhorn, Charlene Prullage, Mary Connell, Shirley Duba, Carolyn Machens, Dolores Podhorn, Pauline Schroeder, Judith Tonsor, Patricia Astroth, Carol Bennett, Gayle Kolb, Rosalind Vicari, Mary .Young, Rosemary Finn, Marilyn Georgewitz, Charlotte Jun, Jean Acker, Jeannette Brooks, Mary Elizabeth Crivello, Mary Florence Gibbons, Sandra McCracken, Jacqueline Flori, Marie Jacobs, Patricia Borman, Betty Griffin. First year typists who achieved a net speed of 60 words per minute were given certificates stating this fact: Dana Manns, Ruth Saale, Carol Ann Dean, Joan Leady. Second year typists who achieved 70 net words per minute were: Juanita Kassler, Margie Erzen, Kathryn Novotny, Joan Springman, Carol Ursch, Gerry Vollmer. Beverly Barnes attained the highest net speed of all the typing students, typing for five minutes at a rate of 82 words per minute. Junior Shorthand students who received a certificate for outstanding work were Ruth Saale, Mary Ann Nekola, Dana Manns, Carol Ann Dean, Diana Huskamp. The following girls served as faithful secretaries toHhe teachers this year and received special souvenirs on Awards Day: Joan Beck, Kathryn Novotny, Irene Gianninl, Juanita Kassler, Beverly Barnes, Sonla Nottoli, Teresa Ann Gibbons, Margie Erzen, Marilyn Jun, Gerry VollmeB, Doris Podhorn, Carol Ursch, Pauline Ventimiglia. AltonCeineteryLotowners List Annual Meeting The annual meeting of Alton Cemetery lot owners will be held tomorrow evening at the Alton National Bank building in the room of the bank directors at 7=30 p. m. The meeting Is for the purpose of electing directors to fill expired terms and transacting any other business that may come up. A large attendance of Alton Cemetery lotowners is desired. The directors serve without pay. They have had charge of making extensive improvements in the cemetery and have greatly increased the cash in trust funds of the cemetery. They have been planning to encourage the making of extensive additions to the trust funds re- »ervt which now exceeds W30.0QO. "FIRE MAGIC" DEMONSTRATION — Dr. Llewellyn Heard; a specialist in catalyst research at the Standard Oil Co.'s Whiting refinery, explains combustion with smoke rings, green flames and minor explosions. He appeared Monday noon-before Wood River Rotarians, Monday night before Alton Rotarians and will'appear tonight before the Wood River Lions Club. East Alton Police Report Released 19. Arrests Made During Month of May EAST ALTON — Nineteen arrests were made in East Alton during the month of May according to the monthly police report released today by Police Chief Ed Abernathy. Fines totaling $135 were assessed by Police Magistrate Ed Kirk. During the same month a year ago 20 arrests were made and $156 was collected in fines. Eleven of the arrests made dur- ng the last month were for careless driving, three for intoxication, :wo disturbing the peace, two for aurglary and one for assault and lattery. The two burglary arrests were :een-age boys. Their cases were referred to the juvenile probation officer for final disposition. Sixteen accidents were investigated by the police department during May in which 31 cars were involved. No person was reported as njured as a result of the accidents. Merchant Policeman Charles Cope found 14 doors to business places unlocked and 13 places to be without a night light burning. Investigation of 98 calls of a miscellaneous nature was made by the jolice and overnight lodging was 'urnished three persons. Five reports of theft were investigated; three of the reports concerned accessories from parked cars, one at Machinist Center on hamrock street and the other at a rooming house. Two persons were bitten by dogs during the month. Chief Abernathy warned that arrests will be made if dogs are not kept confined and if a license s not purchased for the pet. To Be Discharged EAST ALTON. — Friends here have learned that Pfc. Van Hearn, son of the Rev and Mrs. Carl Hearn, Marion, 111., will probably ae discharged from military serv- ce in July. Pfc. Hearn has been with the paratroopers and has spent the sast 15 months in the Korean area. He will report to Fort Sheridan near Chicago June 13 for reassignment until his discharge date. The Rev. and Mrs. Hearn and 'amily resided in East Alton several years while the Rev. Hearn was pastor of the First Methodist Church. Presently he has just jeen reassigned to the pastorate at the First Methodist Church, Marion. Roxftna Roxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Cline Hamilton and family of East Tydeman avenue, had as weekend :uests, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Soule of St. Paul, Minn. Sunday ;uests were Mrs. Hamilton's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Helmes of Pleasant Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meiser and daughter, Loretta, of Rohm street, and Mrs, Luther Taulbee and children of Wood River, spent the weekend In Crocker, Mo., visiting Mr. an Mrs. Thomas Meiser, former Roxana residents and with Mrs. H. Meiser's sister and farn- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Pummill. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Reeder of Chicago and Mrs. Charles McQuigg of Alton visited Monday with Mrs, . F. Freese of West Fifth street and Mrs. R. C. Faris of Doerr avenue. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Meiser and daughters of Thomas street accom- )anied by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Anderson of Elm street spent the weekend in Wesco, Mo., with Mrs. Reiser's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Everett Earney. TONITE • WiD, - THURS. Cmlyn Williams—Eve Arden Howard PaSUva "Thru HiihMfc" 9:08 Brian Ponlevy - Gig Young Virginia Grey "SlaigNUr Trail" CINECOLOR 7:45 5SUCTEB East Alton EAST ALTON. — Those from here who attended the closing dny of the Methodist conference at Mt. Vernon, 111., Sunday, were Mayor and Mrs. Otto F. Bvazier and daughters, Mr, and Mrs. C. M. Brown and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKnelly, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holmes, Miss Sue Fiegenbaum, Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Wa'lklngton and son, Llndell, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dunbar, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Luman and daugh : ter, Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Springer and Mrs. Darrell James. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Walters and Mr. 'and Mrs. Glade Walters and children, Adair, 111., visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haist, 628 Washington avenue. Mrs. Mary Hensley, Mrs. Haist's mother, returned to Adair with the group. She had spent the past two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Haist. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hood and son, Kenneth, 112 East Main street spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hood, Bonne Terre, Mo. While in Missouri Mrs. Hood was taken ill with the measles. She will be confined to her home on Main street for at least a week. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kern and children, 107 Ferguson, spent the Memorial Day weekend with Mrs. Kern's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Estel Beasley, Glen Allen, Mo. Police Chief and Mrs. Ed Abernathy and children, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Abernathy, Marble Hill, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips, Frederickstown, Mo. Teadiers Feted At East Alton EAST ALTON—Faculty members at the Washington School enjoyed dinner together at the school Wednesday and teachers at the Lincoln School had their dinner together Thursday at the noon hour as part of the end-of-school activities. Washington teachers partici'- pating were Mrs. Flora Buck, Miss Olive Paddock, Miss Lucille Dowdall, Miss Lillian Elliott, Mrs. Wyvona James, Mrs. Melba Bunt, Miss Agnes Tuepker and Mrs. John Lowery. Robert Lahey, principal, was unable to attend because his sixth grade room was holding their annual picnic at the Westerner Club. Mothers assisting with the dinner were Mrs. V. J. Brazier, Mrs. Arnold Dennis, Mrs. W. F. Wiegand and Mrs. Reuben Crystal. Lincoln teachers were Elaine Peeler, principal, Miss Angela Walsh, Miss Sarah Ann Waterbury, Mrs. Mildred Crull, Mrs. Betty Joyce, Miss Marble Hechler, Mrs. Irene Riehl, Miss Cleo Vanatta and Mrs. Dolores Folkerts. Superintendent C. T. Gabbert and Fred Kuethe, custodian, wfre guests. Mothers helping with the dinner were Mrs. Edwin Doerr, Mrs. Milton Mason, Mrs. Larry Hale and Mrs. Peeler. It is believed that wheat and barley were first introduced into Europe in their present form about the third millennium B.C. Bible School at East Alton Opens 50 Children at Opening Pentecostal Session EAST ALTON — Fifty children were present for the opening day of the two week vacation Bible school at the East Alton Pentecostal Church. Mrs. Bert Snodgrass Is the superintendent of the school and is being assisted by Mrs. Ernest Whalen and Mrs. Merle Short, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Cecil Deems is in charge of the beginners and is assisted by Mrs. Estel Sanders and Mrs. Viola Thompson. Mrs. Porchie is directing the primary work assisted by Mrs. R. Short. Mrs. Lowell Bazzell is in charge of the junior department and Mrs. Whalen is directing the intermediate work assisted by Mrs. Ewell Turner. The Rev. M. W. Wilson, pastor, Jasper Holyfield and Estel Sanders are directing the boys' handcraft work. The annual picnic will be given on that same evening. Diplomas will be presented id each child attending the school. French Crack Down PARIS, June 3, Jf — The French cabinet announced today that any government employes who heed the Communist call for a general strike tomorrow will be suspended and disciplined. Telegraph Want Ads Click! BRING A FRIEND FREE 2 FOR 1 NIGHT • Buy one ticket, get one FREE ! Two persons admitted for the price of one every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday through June 36th. TONIGHT and WEDNESDAY JANE RUSSELL JACK BEUTEL In The OUTLAW Shown at 8:20 p. m. Only FRANCES LANQFORD PHIL REOAM "I'LL REACH FOR A STAR" Shown 7:00—10:07 p. m. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ROUTE 140 OOM.FGE AVE. ALTON, ILL. TWICE MIGHTLY Opens at 7:00 Starti at 8:00 Rain or Clear TONITE Through Thursday Feature* »t 9:20—11:45 HERE COMES TOE GROOM PLUS I I TRAIN CARTOONS RIDES PONY I Mfg&Y-CO- RIDES ROUND 80 Graduates at Marquette High Diplomas to Be tsiued on Friday Commencement exercises for Marquette High School will be held ¥ riday night, nt St. Mary's Church, when Bishop William A. O'Connor of Springfield will present diplomas to 80 Rraduales. The program will begin at 8 o'clock. The commencement sermon will be given by the Rev. Robert A. Johnston, S. J., head of the speech department of St. Louis University. The graduates: Janice AmberR, Shirlay Galen, Beverly Barnes, Joan Beck, Shirley Beckman, Helen Bolt. Nancy Lee Burns, Mary Ann Cline, Bonila Drexilius. Joan Dvorchak, Marjoric Erzen, Mary Ann Fahrig. Mary Fitzgibbons, Patricia Fritz. Patricia Galloway, Irene Giannini. Therese Ann Gibbons, Carolyn Godar. Louise Hartmann, Betty Lou Hayden, Martha Henlrich, Sally Hull. Viola Jatcko, Joan Jenkins, Marilyn Jun, Juanita Kassler, Shirley Laughlin, Marilyn Lewis, Mary Lou Manns. Mary Frances McCarthy, Jean Ann McCracken, Charlotte McDonald. Gail Moore, Sonia Notloli, Kathryn Novotny, Jeanne Pichee. Doris Podhorn, Josephine Romano, Joann Schenk, Joan Springman. Joann Stork, Carol Ursch, Pauline Ventimiglia, Geraldine Vollmer. Mary Sue Waters, Mary Jane Wegener, Jack Acker, Donald Albers, Clarence Boucher, Robert Churchill, Richard Connell. Roland Croxton, Robert Cunningham, James Delehanty, Joe Finn, Robert Gorman, Robert Hartnett, George Hethcote. Jack Horn, Bill Howard, Jack Konko, Jerry Lavelle, William Leady, Edward May, Henry Mint- ert, Harold Phillips. James Rezabek, Clinton RTTiger- ing, Donald Roderfeld, Leonard Rose, Robert Rynders, Elmer Schaub. Ronald Schoeberle, Donald Schmuck, Charles Spencer, Jack Strebel, Gerald Stutz, Vincent Walter, Jerry Wickenhauser, James Winkler. People who live in the north of Egypt are likely to have darker skins thane those living in the southern portion of the country. STATF TONITE rtiMAKiit JOAN EVANS- mm DOUGLAS I LYNN BAM ^^ jtf£?~ Shown at 7:00 - 9:50 — AND — "-'M-G-M PRESENTS •**• WALTER PIDGEON mini Shown at 8:30 — PLUS — 1 SHORT unond Hartford ' HARTFORfr-John Peterson arrived home Friday from the navy after four years service. Peterson is the son of Mrs. Bessie Peterson of West Maple, Mrs. Lura Tedrick ot East Watkins, arrived home Saturday after spending a week in Pueblo, Colo., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jackson and family, and Mr. p.nd Mrs. William Carroll and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis of East Forest street, are entertaining their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dizney, and elghl-wecks-old daughter, Elizabeth Jean, of Clarksvllle, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook and son, Kenny, of South Market, spent the Memorial weekend visiting Cook's mother. Mrs. Delia Cook, at Louisville, 111. Pfc. George Floyd, stationed at Mineral Wells, Tex., left Sunday for camp after spending the weekend with his wife, the former Dorothy'Gilllland ot East Second street. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scehausen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spann jr., and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Joe McClure and Jerry, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sparks and family, journeyed to Hillsboro Lake Memorial Day for an outing. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scoggins and daughter, Barbara, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Forsting and son, Michael, journeyed to Racine, Wis. over the Memorial weekend to visit Scoggins 1 nephew, Howard Scoggins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Bradley of East Third, and their daughter, Jerilyn, visited over the weekend in Coulterville at the home of Bradlcy's sister, Mrs. Reuben Henson. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hess and daughter, Dorothy Jean of East Second, visited at Green Pond and Pleasant Hill Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Battershell. Mrs. Battershell is a niece of Hess. Saturday they journeyed to Silex, Mo., to visit an uncle of Mrs. Hess. John Wheeler who resides with his daughter, Mrs. Cecil Hess, of East Second street, returned home Parklnf !• Ktir tl Tkttttr '••rt Opi i «• » »<M-KHJfc* >4> »• »• NORSIDE TONIGHT . WEDNESDAY 34 OPEN 7:30—Show at Dusk . Children Under 12 FREE 2 Show* Nightly Rain or Clear. " FREE Playground I POSITIVELY ENDS TONIGHT | SINCIH' ""RAI GENEKEUY DONALD O'CONNOR Plus 2 Color Cartoons WED. - THURS. - FRI. The Star-Studded Program of 1952 TWO OUTSTANDING MGM HITS PLUS BOTH PICTURES FIRST RUN WOOD RIVER Due to I<e«8<h of Both Pictures— One Complete Show Will Be Presented .VijjhUy. A BIG Picture with 15 BIG Stars! I NW/4 of tnttrttinmfnt! IT'S A BIB , :OUNTRIT JOHNSON • W tfUMMCT 1(101 IfllH; MMEM'fJtUMI POWQ1 Plus 2 Color Cartoons and Musical Featurette Ttatn 1 Pvori Open 7:01) — Sbow SUrU 1:30 TWO Ttt'HNlCOLOB HITS Briju Pwulcvy — Virginia tire? "SLAUGHTER TRAIL" SboWD »t 1:»"> fvrutl Wildt — UnurccD Q'tUr* "AT SWORDS POINT" Shown Ml Sunday after spending two week* vigftlrtf his ian and wife, Mf. nnd Mrs. Sylvester Wheeler, MHlvlewv til. Mi?, find Mrs. Virgil Imheff of Murphysboro visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marry Parker on East Second street Memorial Day. The Parkers also entertained guests frgm Pinckneyville Memorial DnyT Steel strive MI TOKYO, Jutlfi 8, » thousand workers tod&y.itftttk Ji« pan's largest steel plant, tot 24 hours in support of higher pay demands, The plant is at Yawatt on Northern Kyushu. A labor union spokesman said the workers are demanding a nine percent increase in their basic wage of $50 a month, TODAY _ LAST TIMES STRWAttT GRANGER WENDELL COREY CVW C1IAKISSE The Wild North 1 Shown 8tf)5 8:10 7 (SO 9:28 OPEN UMLf 12(45 R A w WEDNESDAY I THUM. TONY CURTIS JAN STERLING MONA rnrrUIII Shown 1:00 S:SO 6:50 9:40 rnttlflAII—-PLUS A WONDERFUL HIT- NOW UPROARIOUSLY FUNNY ON THE SCREENI DAVID and RICKY ROCK HUDSON Shown 2:25 5:20, 8:18 OPEN 12:45 DAILY NOW! 3 DAYS LUI taili run i itHIIIHI EXPOSE OF WRESTLING- 2ND HIT BRUCE CABOT ALLENE ROBERTS "KID MONK BARONI" WITH THE SCREEN'S TOUGHEST ROUGHNECKS "THE BILLY GOAT GANG" Shown 2:30 5:15 8:05 See TheM "TORSO TOSSIN? GALS" "PIN DOWN GIRL" FHE FANS CALLED HERTHAMF ACTUALLY SHE IS THE "CHUMP" * Shown 1:30 4:05 8:58 9:40 TQNITE LAST TIMES ROD CAMERON—JANE NIGH I "HAVANA "FORT OSAGE" ROSE' 1 Shown 7:00 »:45 I 8:25 OI'EJV 0:30 WED. & THURS. OODRIVE A 17-Year-Old Killer Who Left His Mark on Men! PLUS •HARSH Shown 8;2S THE INSIDE STORY OF BLACKMAILS WOMEN IN rfMNY UWAMS vH fuion KKV41UN :50

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