Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 24, 1973 · Page 25
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May 24, 1973

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 25

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* Winola Lists Top 10 in '73 Class % T*f\.t i »«tf _ 1 . Ml: I H, . *, ' . ' .... — . • m m » .« • _ ... » • I . AA it _1_ .1 ^ 1 ^ J I. . ^-...-1. . Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Thursday, May 24,J97|^ If VIOLA - Winola School District officials have announced the top 10 students in this year's high school graduating class of 57 persons. They are Denise Hull, Joe Knox, Charles Leonard, Steve Marlyere, Glenn McAtee, Randy Redecker, Kevin Rosene, Paul Sholl, Brenda Shutwell and Joe Taylor. Commencement ceremonies for the class will be" in the high school gym here Friday at 8 p.m. Miss Brenda Shutwell, class valedictorian, will speak on "Happiness Comes in Three , Ways" during the program. Joseph Taylor, class salutatorian, will speak on "The Future Is Ours." Members of the class include: Teresa Lynn Anderson, Sandra Lou Blrchell, Rodney Dean Bird. Bonnie Ellen Bloomfleld, Ronald Duane Bodeen, James Allan Brower, Robert Ernest'Brooks, Verne Orln Daves, Steven ft. Basley, Susan Lynn Farewell, Susan .T. Frlichtenlcht, Edward James Hain- llne, Julia L. Hall, Mlchele D, Hammond, Christine Hennenfent, Terry Hoffman, David R. Houdyshell, Denise Sue Hull. Loretta Jenkins, Jeff Jensen, Jon Kelly, Joel Knox, James Leinbach, Charles Leonard, Elmer L. Billy Jr., Joseph Linker, Dorothy Greer, Livingston, Kevin Lyhn, Robert MoAtee, Janice Gertrude Mack, Theodore Marlyere, Steven Marly­ ere, Gary LeRoy Nelson, Victoria J. Noble, David Howaok, David John Olson, Harry Alfred Peterson, Wendell Lavem Peterson. Randy J. Redecker, Sara J. Rice, Steven Robbins, Kevin Rosene, Kenneth Rowland, Julie Kay Ryan, Paul Sholl, Brenda Sue Shutwell, Darlene. Smet, Christine Smith, Sheren Sorrells, Georgia Tappendorf, David Joseph Taylor, Darrell J. Thirtyacrc, Thomas llnsworth, Floyd Utz, Vlckl Wadham, David Wadhams and Robert Yerkey. Winola School District will promote 73 eighth grade students during exercises in the high school gymnasium today at 8 p.m. Cobblerc W Made In U.S.A. ff(g) EVERYBODY'S TALKING... . . . about California Cobblers' new sandal called "Scandal." This racy little number is fashioned in the softest kid leather with a high two-inch heel. Ope nto?d looks are topped by the ever-popular ankle strap. $1 ^95 In White Kid. I / Rogers Shoes 230 E. MAIN ST. Members of the class include Barbara Jean Adams, Timothy Anderson, Keith Armstrong, Randy Atkins, Ron Bailey, Mary Barnes, Scott B. Bell, Janice Bodeen, .Tazan Ann Bollinger, Carole Lynn Brown, Martin Robert Brown, Preston Hugh Brown, Robert L. Cook Jr., Donald Crose, TDIane Carol Dahlgren. Craig Allen Easley, Nelson Ray Elliott, Dennis Dean Franklin, Delbert Ferguson Jr„ .Teffery Frlich­ tenlcht Bradley Gingerich, Jean Ann Glancey, Timothy Paul Goben, Bradley L. Greer, Kevin LaVerne Greer, Daniel Lee Halnllne, Jacob Ray Hamilton, Reglna Marie Hennenfent, Connie Diane Mill, Sharon Kay Hoffman, Theresa Houdyshell, Russell Dean Hunt, Judl Ann Jackson, Brenda Elise Johnson, Karen Beth Johnson, Meri Gene Johnson, Sharon Bridget Johnson, Debra Sue Jones. Laurie Ann Kness, Steven Patrick Kness, Lori Laverne Larkins, Marcla Ann Lawson, Bettlna Ann Linn, Julie Nan Lutrel), Faith Ann McKinley, Christine Marie Miller, Richard Wayne Miller, Gregory Allen Mills, Jnmes Dean Newton, Mark H. Nordin, Richard Joseph Olson, Arnold Jake Poohl, Vickie Lee Reckers, Verrta Rebecca Revels, Cheri Lynn Richardson, Paul Dean Roberts, Lorraine Roth, Stephanie Kay Rune, Robert Lee Skinner, Jeannie Kay Smith. Bradley Louis Spahnie, Sharon Marie Stead, Cynthia Ann Stoner, Gregory Blair Streeter, Lisa Ann Svetich, Ttm Thompson, Kenneth James Walker, Susan Marie Webster, Perry Alan Whan, Keith Brian Wlllems, Curtis Jay Young and Robert K. Utz. Viola Hardball League members will sell candy until the end of May to replenish the organization's treasury, which was depleted by the construction of a chain link fence surrounding the Viola ball field. Members of Cubs Scout Pack 437 received awards last week during a pack meeting. Recipients were Scott Stewart, Bobcat pin; Steven Brown, Wolf badge and gold arrow; Donnie Dowd, Wolf badge, gold and silver arrows; Alan Dowd and Kenneth Hare, Bear badges and gold and silver arrows; Bred Sorrells, Wolf badge, gold arrow and two silver arrows, and John Pollock, Bear badge and silver arrows. George Nesbit was presented a telescope and Dwight Bridger received a flashlight for selling the most tickets to this year's Scout-O-Rama held at the Mercer County Airport. Tie slides and shirt patches for sell­ ing 20 tickets to the scout show were won by Eddie Mattingly, Mike Robinson, Scott Stewart, Mark Bowling, John Pollock and Don Lester. William Schaechtner, cub- master, said volunteers are being sought for den mothers and the cubmaster's position. First Jockette Diane Crump became the first woman jockey to ride in an American pari * mutuel horse race at Hialeah track in Florida, Feb. 7, 1969. Texas has 900 organized land disposal sites for municipal jrefuse, occupying 40 square miles of land. Jupiter's atmosphere contains ammonia, methane, hydrogen, and probably water, the same ingredients that may have produced life on earth about 4 billion years ago. When do you need a Realtor? Any time you're involved in a real estate transaction. Remember, Realtors® are skilled in serving the real estate needs of all Americans. So, for your real estate needs, look for the symbol of a Realtor.® Pride in, respect for, the property of America. 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