Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
Page 14
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10 ff POURTBfiN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SWELL FOR DAD! OXFORDS mm PRACTICAL! mm coou THfY'M ONL Y.., JUMBO (KIM SOLfS! jersey High Honor Graduates Announced at Commencement JKRSEYVILLK - Miss Gayle Egelhoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Egelhoff, was named valedictorian, and Jerry Booth, son of Mrs. A. IT. Schlotzhauer, Salutatorian, of the 1952 graduating class of the Jersey Community High School, at the commencement ex ercises Tuesday evening. Miss Kgolhoff's average was <J.!)687 and Booth's was 4.9375 out of a possible five points. Keys to the National Honor Society for their excellent scholastic standing were presented to the folowing: Gayle Egdhoff, Jerry 3ooth, Dottle Gates, Jeanette Jackson, Sally Walsh, Elaine Kruse, Doris Berry, Peter Argcr, Gail 3ritt, Joan Foster, Juanita Ayers, Joan Cull, Norma Wills Rose Georgevits, Joan File, Patsy Housework Easy Without Coombes, Natalie Abbott, Louella Gray, Norma Sauorwein, and Erwin Freesmeyer. Other honor graduates were, Patsy Mashburn, Darrcll Bell, Mary Jane Burns, Sharon Wahle, Eula Mae Bushey, Pat Klunk, Carol Day, and Beatrice Pruitt. A scholarship to William Woods College, Fulton, Mo., was awarded to Gayle Egelhoff; and general teachers college scholarships were presented to Doris Berry, Gail B r i 11, Joan Foster, Patricia Coombes and Patsy Mashburn. Ervvin Freesmeyer, son of Mr, and Mrs. F. R. Freesmeyer, received the Bausch and Lomb Award for the most outstanding student in science. He also was presented the president of student council pin. Joan Cull and Jerry Booth received the Danforth awards given l.o one boy and one girl elected by Ihe class as representative of ideal Citizenship. bel, at Delhi. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burk of East Alton visited with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Myers, Sunday. Warren R. Meyers of Ferguson, Mo., spent Saturday with his I mother, Mrs. H. A. Myeri. Mrs. Rebecca Crest who has been visiting the past several months with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lively, returned to Equality Tuesday, where she will spend the summer with her son, John Crest. She was accompanied by her grandson, John Lively, who will spend the week visiting relatives at Equality. Read Telegraph Want Ads THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1952 -.- .—a^^^^^Ma^fc^mMiMl •••••••••i^™^^^^^^^^^ •' ~™ When Egyptians stopped using scarabs at the end of the 26th dynasty, foreigners continued to maki Imitations of them. m - ... ___ L I, .-•-—^- •' — •An African elephant can weigh between 6 and 8 tons when mature. NEVER' BEFORE SUCH SUPERB SLACKS FOR SO LITTLE AT BOND'S Nagging backache, IOM of pep and energy, i headaches and dfazlneai may be duo to slow- | down of kidney function. Doctors cay Sooti I kidney function Is very Important to good I health. 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Misses Karen and Elizabeth Scheffel are spending the week with their grandfather, Fred Stre- CARSON ['Alton'sLargest JEWELERS \Credit Jewelers' MTTIRNft OAtORit Neat checks! Trim haifline «tipe«! Colorful glen plaldi! Hardy sharftskin weaves! Checked over, plaids! Tropical weaves! SNUG-TIX WAIST! Rows of rubberized stitching inside waistband keep shirts neatly tucked in ... banish droop and sag. TOP FABRICS! Luxury mixtures of rayon and acetate, treated for crease resistance. Styled with Hoi- lywood hi-rise waist, pleated zip front. 29-42. / > I «>(,•*» DIAMOND RINGS 117 West Third St. STOKE HOURS: Friday 9 to 9 I'M. Other Days 9 to 5 P.M. A ii* FATHER'S DAY ' r >^>" wgS2»i*3«Pg ^S^^^f • L>'. o%^ *&*!.sy. &$r. ^•i —• -'&-K >v£& **? w/ » ^ **- T Yow Chaiw $Fi^ ly\"/^.< A> ^0^ ^^ K *4>i^ ^ 'ixyjf yXAi ^?^V^.17^ O-^ -d^rAt-, 2W\i ^^^•; ftiSlS a®s M DOWN MAWEEK CflRSOri k \ W. THIRD ST. ALTON, III. 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