Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 29, 1954 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 29, 1954
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THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1934 26 Area t. of I. Students Honored URBANA-CHAMPATGN. HI. — Amone 1.S71 outstanding University of Illinois students to be honored for scholarship Friday arp graduates from Alton area In the list are: Alton Senior High - Ruth M. I Andrews. Charles D. Eastman | Jr., Ouolvn E. Kmons. Donald .'. Hcv-p. Eduard A. Hubpf, Swon R. >f ay-hall. Vivimne L. I Ilo^o. Kathrtine T.. Stobhs, l-c- im E. Tunern. William G. Wil- .v:n. Allon U'rstrrn Military Academy Ralph J .Allen. Runkrr Hill. Mrisswr High — U'lliani F. Bunto. Carlimillr High — Walter W. Ivnhy, John E. Juergensmeyer, Pr-ipr A. Konneker. Kdwardsvllle Hiph — George \\. Hardheck x Joan W. Harrison, Jerome J. Rosf-nthal. (ireenl'ield High - Doris M. Grist, Jackie R. Rexroad. Jerseyville High— Jimmie D. Keehner, Sharon J. Kruse, Howard A. L. Landon. Wood River — East Alton. Wood River Community High— James E.-Da'frirnann, Thgmas C. Leonard, John J. McCunr. In addition, for sustained high' scholarship, during their last ffto • j ears, 67 seniors, among them Ji t'eter A.^Konneker. Rt. 5, Car-^ linvilJci will have rris name cast in a permanent bronze tablet to be Installed in the University library. Break Ground For Parsonage At Rosewood ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS.- Short sfrvioes for the ground hre,ak- ing for a new parsonage for 'the newly organized St. Paul's Methodist Church here was held Sunday afternoon. The first spade of dirt was turned by Oscar McKoan, chairman of the board of trustees. The Rev. Roy Baugh and a number of the members were present for a song service. Work on the parsonage, which is being built by volunteer workers, began Monday. The pastor and his wife are now residing at the Lela'nd Scoggins home, 485 Westerholdt St. WSC5 A mum I iMnet ROSKWOODHEIGHTS.- Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of St. Paul's Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. B. Randolph, president, -3 Dell Ave., at 8:30 a.m. Friday 1o go as a group to the annual '.meeting of East St. Louis District of WSCS at Greenville which convenes at 9:30 a.m. Rosewood Baptist WMS Atten<l Spring Rally ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS.—The senior group of the Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church mot at the church Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. to go as a group to attend the Alton Baptist convention spring rally at Greenville. There wsro 11 senior mernbers and ,1wo junior members in attendance. New Army and Navy Recruiting Officers Here | Army and Nftvy now are represented by two new recruiting offices at Alton. Assignments by different branches of the recruiting services by chance were made at almost the same time. Added to the staff at. the recruiting office in the City Hall as a recruiter for the Army and Air Force is M-Sgt. A. E.. Turley, who with his wife and their three children, resides at 2]2 Bonds Ave. East Alton. Sgt. Turley has a varied background of service, having served an enlistment with the air corps prior to War n and during the war in KTO with 78th Division. After the war he joined the Army airborne service, and later the Airborne Rangers. He has five more years to serve for retirement at 38, but already is talking of making this area his permanent home. Turjey said today he would be at home of evenings or weekends ready to receive anyone Interested in service matters. The new representative for Navy recruiting here is Yn-1 Boiling Crockett who has been assigned from the St. Ixiuis Navy recruiting station for four days' service each sveek in this area. He will spend Mondays and Tuesday's at the City Hall office here from 9:30 to 3:30 p. m. He spent last summer in the patrol area about Thule Air Base where his ship moved northward as the ice melted. A year ago he was on one of the Navy vesssels assigned to the first hydrogen bomb tests. KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS WASTE . 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