Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 12
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Calhoun tni 140 Graduates Class 56 Pghflt Defers Re- ccivc Diplomas Tuesday . Fifty s ( x e '* hth students frottt (he 15 at' rt eetiWrt in Cfllhoun Unit 40 received ihelr certificates of promotion Tuesday night at the Hflrdln gymnasium The brocefelonftl and recessional were played by Ruth Rww. Rev. Bertram gave the invocation and the Rev. Stone pronounced the benediction. Vocal Selections were jrivemby tfie Kampsvllle girls' sex- tette and a group of Hardin's sixth and seventh grade pupils. Patsy Mades of Kampsville played a piano solo. The address of the evening, "Where Do We Go From Mere?" was delivered by Ernest G. Hildner jr., dean of Illinois College. American Legion awards of citizenship were given to several of the students and were presented by James McDonald, commander of Leglott Unit 638. The < were given their certificates of promotion by C. W. Sqtjler, j*es\. deftt of the board of educate. Twelve graduates from St. Norbert'S Grade School and several others from schools outside the unit will Join these 56 rtudeAty nex* fall to make up the largest freshman class In the history of Hardln High School. Bottom* B«l"(t Planted „ HARDIN.—Hundreds of acres of recently flooded bottom lands along the rivers have been planted to corn and beans and much more land Is drying sufficiently to be plowed. Barring another high water this land will produce wonderful crops as It is covered with silt. Last year two crops were lost on much of the land by a recurrence of floods. Some people are taking hope by the action of turtles. It Is said that they are depositing their eggs this year near the river shores. II is legend here that when ft second flood IS to come the turtles go to- higher ground for the egg laying. William Fiorl, 29, convicted of murdering .1. A. Gabollnscy of his wife, at Minglnui, recently drew the" second death sentence since New Zeland restored capital punishment several years ago. j^ • O "YES" PROMPTLY to 4 out of t married or tingle. Phone for • 1-visit loan, write, or com* in. Tbuenel made over • million loans last year! IOOM $13 M $500 )"TMt CO/KM Miff yiAonal tVMlf rWfc $22 $30 CASH Toll flET 15 MM. $266.35 369.10 HMO*. $309.90 432.87 Abort poymenH «VM tYtrymingi Chord" «rt 3% on unpaid mo. bol. M »150, .»% mo. « bo . ho. 1*159 to $300, 1% mo. en b.1. owr »JOO t« $500 iin.L tn*t ro In* n. FINANCE CO. (Ov.r Solly Ann Shop) 301 Stilt ST., ALTON, IU. Mum*: 2-92*1 * K«nn*th A. MM*. VIS MAN*«tf OPEN SATURDAYS ft WEDNESDAYS UNTIl 1 P.M. LMM *•* to mMMti «f 1*1 MrraMtlRf, MWK Greenfield OES Meet Postponed GREENFIELD- -Mrs. Amol Oreer, worthy matron of the Order of Eastern Star, has announced i special meeting which was cheduled for Friday night has jeen postponed until later this nronth. Members of the Masonic haptcrs and their wives were to have been guests. Date of the next meeting will be announced ater. Honor Students GREENFIELD— Senior students of the 1952 class of the local high school with the highest scholarship averages have been announced as follows: Marcella Naber and Doris Crist, first; Virginia Sonneborn and Ruth Cannedy, second, and Mary Jnne Finney*. third, Lions To Honor Member GREENFIELD-Members of the Lions Club and their wives have arranged a social meeting honoring Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Girharrl Thursday evening. A potluck supper will be served at 6:30 p. m. in the Methodist Church social rooms. > Entertain Executive Board GREENFIELD - Mrs. Russell Riggs will be hostess to members of the executive board of the Women's Societies of Christian Service of the Jacksonville district Friday afternoon at her home near Greenfield. Mrs. Riggs is district chairman of the children's department and Mrs. Claire Rowland of Rushville is president. Vacation School GREENFIELD — The vacation school at the Rockbridge Methodist Church is being conducted each afternoon this week. Mrs. Kathleen Powell is general superintendent. Plans have not been completed or the date set for the vacation school for children of the Greenfield vicinity. Greenfield GREENFIELD - Mrs. Amol Grcer, unit district nurse, and Miss Elizabeth Bell attended a meeting at the School for the Deaf, Jacksonville Wednesday. Mrs. Spencer Tracy was the principal speaker. Misses Zcna. Reha and Nell Rives, St. Louis, and their brother, Kent Rives, and Mrs. Rives Indianapolis, Ind., were guests of Mrs. J. S. Bowman during the Memorial day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fair and Beverly Fair of East'AHon visited several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Shields and Mrs. Shields. Mr. and Mrs. Don Luketlch and son, Craig, have been spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Luketich, in Roxana. Mrs. Myrtle Chapman, who suffered a fractured hip a few weeks ago, has been moved from Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton, to the Cedar Knoll nursing home in Greenfield. Mrs. Audrey Black and sons Johnny and Jerry, have returned Bethalto Auxiliary Pappy Sale Nets $95 BETHALTO-the sale of popples here netted the American Legion Auxiliary $68 - according to the chairman, Mrs. Florence Beckman. The annual meeting of the Auxiliary is scheduled Tuesday evening v The chief Item-of business will be the election of officers. The meeting will be held in the Legion Home north of town. - •* • -~ Telegraph Want Ads "Click" from a visit with»Mrs. Black's mother, Mrs. Mary Carrlkcr, in Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. James Overbey and Roger and Sheralyn Overbey visited during the weekend with Overbey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Overbey, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parks and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bassham, of Wilmington, Calif., attended the production, "Forever This Land", at Mew Salem state park Sunday. They visited with Robert Price, son of Mr. and Mrs Leo K. Price, who is associate technical director of the produc tion. BETHALTO-Patrlclft Ann /air- ess, 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fairless, has gone to Big Springs, Tex., where she will participate in the Rodeo. Pvt. Dennis Reed, has returned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., after visiting here with his mother and other relatives. While here he attended the, wedding of his mother, Mrs. Roxie Reed and Fred Schuster. ., , Mrs. Bertts Reed and Miss Helen Link are assisting at the Bible School in Newbern. Mrs, Reea reports an enrollment of 28. Mrs. Thurman Fairless has gone to Idaho Springs, Colo., for an extended visit with her son Bill Fairless. She was accompan led by Mr. and Mrs. John W. Clark and daughter, and Jerry Dille They expect to be gone for about three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William Bell have returned from a two week vacatim in Oklahoma where they visited relatives. 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