Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
Page 16
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PACK SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Adopt fax Levy At Edwar dsville CityV Casts Estimated at $172,412 ... A $172,412 tax levy tor the city's 1952.53 fiscal yeaf, wtoeh began May 6, was adopted by the city council Tuesday night. The levy, Including $112,826 for general Corporate purposes and $59,586 in special tax funds, Is $70 lower than for the previous fiscal period. After discussing estimates from nine firms on cost of equipment needed for cleaning the municipal Sewer system, the council adjourn. CdrUfltU t p.m. Tuesday for fur- tHfr consideration of the proposals, tinder present plans, equipment tor cleaning the sewers will be purchased by the city, with municipal employes doing the work. A $2840.75 estimate by Champion Corp., Hammond, Ind., was favored by the council's sewer committee. The council granted a permit to American Legion Post. 199 for a pyrotechnic display on July 4. Olrl Threatens Record The world's women long-jumpers will get keen competition this year at Helsinki from New Zealand's 22-year-old Yvette Williams, experts in Auckland agree. She recently set a New Zealand record of 19 feet lOVa inches, then jumped 20 feet 7% inches. That's better than Mrs. Fanny Blankers- Koen's would record but it won't be recognized because of a slight following wind. A week or two later, she jumped 20 feet 2 incBes for another New Zealand long- tor board-) jump record. boys went to the Northside Playground to play ball against Den 2 of Pack 16. Mrs, Leonard Farris s den mother for Den 2. READYING FOR BIG DAY—Two enterprising Kansas school teachers Thelma Moore (left), Topeka, Kan., and Ruth Gilek, Anthony Kan., ready their concession stand in Eisenhower Park early Wednesday beneath a big picture of the smiling general. Most other concessions were ready for the Wednesday expected throng as the girls hurriedly finished their preparations.—AP Wirephoto. North Alton Kindergarten Picnic Kindergarten classes of McKiney-Delmar School had the annual picnic Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Lcland Krcid on Godfrjcy road. The children arrived at 10 «.m. and played games until noon. Candy suckers and balloons were O 'iven as favors for each child. A )icnic lunch was served at noon. Sunshine Class Picnic Sunshine class of Elm Street Presbyterian Church mat Tuesday at the Onized club grounds for a and lovely as a bou- of summer daisies. , 323 BELLE ST. ALTON covered dish supper. At a short business session the group discussed plans for a pastry sale in July. Mrs. Ed Hagan was named chairman. The group also voted $10 for the camp and conference fund. The next meeting will be Tuesday, July 1, and will be a covered dish picnic supper at the I. C. Hamer farm. In event of rain the supper will be served in the basement of the church. Hosts for the evening were Mr. and'Mrs. William Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Richey. Meeting .Cancelled Altar Society of St. Ambrose Church was unable to meet Tuesday evening because the school playground had been oiled. Mrs. Russell Harris, president, announced Wecjnesday, there would be no June meeting and'the next meeting will be Tuesday, Sept. 2. Bible School Opens Monday Mrs. Emmett Spate, principal of vacation Bible school at Elm Street Presbyterian Church, announced today the school will open at 9 a.m. Monday, June 9, at the church. The daily sessions will run until 11' and will continue through Friday, June 20. On Friday, June 13, th'ere will be a sack lunch picnic for the children and their mothers. The Nujaery Mothers of the church will furnish the drink. The departmental leaders of the school will be Mrs. Henry Reining, beginners; Mrs. Marshall W. Rice, primary; Mrs. Harris Ball, junior, and the Rev. Marshall W, Rice will lead the Intermediate group. Fishing in Wisconsin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ha~en jr. of 232 Mather street left last Friday for a fishing trip to Tamarck Lodge, Behchwood, Wis. Cub Scout Notes Den 2 of Pack 7 of Elm Street Presbyterian Church met Tuesday night at the Onized club grounds where the boys and their parent: had a covered dish picnic and wiener roast. After supper they played ball. Den 4 of Pack 16 of the Old Cathedral School met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. William Martin at 828 McKinley boulevard. Mrs. Robert Simms took charge and after a short business session the LOOK! 2 TERRIFIC BUYS! POWERFUL, EFFICIENT WINDOW FAN WITH GENERAL ELECTRIC MOTOR GUARANTEED ONE FULL YEAR • Direct Drive • 3 Speeds • Ivory Enamel Finish • Easy to Install DELUXE LAWN MOWER 16-INCH-BALL BEARINGS Honor Students At Jersey High JERSEYVILLE - Honor roll winners at the Jersey Community High School for the second semester has been announced by Louis N. Heider, principal. They are as follows: Seniors — Gayle Egelhoff, Jerry Booth, Dottle Gates, Jeanette Jackson, Sally Walsh Elaine Kruse, Doris Berry, Peter Arger, Gall Brltt, Joan Foster, Juanita Ayres, Joan Cull, Norma Wills, Rose Georgevits, Joan File, Patsy Coombes, Natalie Abbott, Louella Gray, Norma Sauerwein, Erwin $1.00 Down 50c Week RUBBER TIRES. 5 BLADES. SELF SHARPENING, OUT AND RED FINISH, A REGULAR $22.50 VALUE On Sale While Supply Lasts FREDMAN 306 STATE ST. ALTON, ILL. Illl tvilllkll It WOOD RIVER FURNITURE MART 144 E. FEROUSON BROS. FURNITURE Freesmeyer, Patsy Mashburt, j Barrel) Bell, Mary Jane Burns, Sharon Wahle, Eula Mae Bushey, Pat Klunk, Carol Day and Beatrice Prultt. In the Junior class, six students had a five point average. They were Kenneth Brown, Sharon Oar- ber, Patsy Lorch, Hilda Roady, Karen Stevens and Marcia Zimmerman. Other honor roll Juniors were Shirley Andrews, Carol Brooks, June Fessler, Agnes Crop- pel, Grace Karr, Joan Miller, Barbara Schleper, Juanlta Lynn, Bonnie Pruitt, Dorothy Blasa, Sharon Dabbs, Eugene Foiles, William Koenig, Donald Lurton, Lawrence Morrison, Carol Berry, Betty Isringhausen, Howard Landon, Janet Luke, Doris Arnold, Barbara Feyerabend, Marilyn Terpening, Alice Bock, Rhea Bryant, Patsy Gates, Clifford Eagleton, Betty Ferguson, Doyle Fry, Christina McAdams, Mary short, Walter Taylo'r, Dar- rel Vfltiausdoll and Barbara Wagenblast, A five point average was achieved by four sophomores, Geraldlne Hoffstetter, David Isrlnghausen, Robert Montgomery and Daniel Wallace. Other honor sophomores are Iris Abbott, Elizabeth Bechtold, Barbara Brayshaw, Roger Day, Janet Downey, Larry Ferguson, Margaret Fessler, Glenda Kraushaar, Henry Kruse, Judith McCauley, Elizabeth" Roth, Noble Heider, John Bertman, Wynona Ferguson, Raymond Fraley, Wilfred Goetten, Kay Henderson, Peggy Jackson, Cetty Klunk, Robert Brakeville, Shirley Brltt, Ronald Delp, .Toan SearleS, Edward Taylor, Duane Bell, Joan Brooks, Tom Bryant, Daniel Cornelius, Gail Gilworth, Richard Gubser and Jackie Vinson. In the freshman class nine students made a five point average. They were Helen Bloomer, Shirley Bubb,' Frances Davis, Sharon Glsy, Louis Jftcoby, Virginia Lurton, Carol Spiegelman, Marlene Vanausdoll and Maybcllc Warner. Other honor roll freshmen were: Frances Thiel, Fred Haushalter, Glenn Melton, Ann Rieger, Wllma Robit,son, Shirley Russell, Agnes Schuckenbrock, THURSDAY, JUNE J, »« j^^^^WMM^MMMMMHMi Donald Skinner, Virgin!! StfBif, Oleta Crane, Sandra ffnulM. Wft Ham Gilworth, Mary . 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