Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 12, 1971 · Page 9
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If Ten are recipients of DAR awards Alton Evening Telegraph 'luesday, Jan. 12, 1971 A.-9 WILLIAM CLARK VIRGINIA TYLER Good Citizen and Good Citizenship awards were given to seniors of five area high schools during a meeting of Ninian Edwards Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution Saturday in the home of Mrs. John X Schlafly, Fairmount Addition. Medals and recognition pins for boys are awards sponsored by the National Defense Committee of NSDAR (National Society in Washington D.C. The boys' awards are in recognition of their endeavors in the field of American Citizenship, and all selections are based on high ratings in honor, service, courage, leadership and patriotism. The girls received pins and certificates awarded by the Good Citizens' Committee of DAR based on dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. The DAR awards, given annually, are endorsed by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, selected by their teachers. The presentation of awards was made by Mrs. Charles F. Fry, Good Citizen chairman of the local chapter, with Mrs. Richard C. Teichmann serving as co-chairman. Mothers of the awardees assisted in the presentations. Those who received the awards are William R. Clark and Virginia Lynn Tyler, DON MARKOVITCH MARTHA VANBUREN GREGORY MICK MARILEE GIBBS JAMES SIEVERS GLENDA HEFER EDWARD DeSTAFANE ELIZABETH RICHARDS Couples recently married JL * Alton High School; Don Markovitch and Martha Lynne VanBuren, Marquette High School; Gregory Mick and Marilee Gibbs, Civic Memorial High School; James Edward Sievers and Glenda Faye Hefer, Staunton High School; and Edward Alan eStefane and Elizabeth Richards, Gitlespie High School. William Clark is the son of Judge and Mrs. Harold R. Clark of 3208 Edwards St., and is editor of the AHS 1971 yearbook. He is a two year member of the National Honor Society, and has 'participated in orchestra. band, chorus, and Troubadors. He plays basketball, baseball, and was quarterback of the Alton Redbirds — Southwestern Conference Champion and the St. Louis area's No. 1 team. Out of school activities include Teen Age Republicans, Young Americans for Freedom, and the rank of Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts. Bill plans to major in pre-1 aw or pre-medicine. Virginia Tyler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. Tyler of 3014 Brown St., is a majorette and solo twirler of Alton High's Marching 100. She Is a member of the National Honor Society and of the Tatler yearbook staff. Her activities include Latin and German Clubs, chorus and Cheering Chics. She is also a member of TAR and the Piasa Indians. She plans to attend Lewis and Clark Jr. College. Don Markovitch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Markovicch, 819 Logan St., has been football captain for two years of the four he has played, and was honorable mention tackle of Bi-State League Conference his junior year. He was campaign manager for a candidate for senior class president and is a member of CYO. Don plans to attend St. Benedict's College and major in physical education or health education. Martha VanBuren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul VanBuren, 727 Brown St., is vice-president of the Student Council and Senior homecoming chairman. She has been a cheerleader three FOWLER-NAYLOR Floyd (Doak) Fowler and his bride, the former Kathy Naylor are residing at 1007 Phinney, after their marriage on Dec. 22. ' The Rev. Paul S. Krebs officiated at the 2:30 p.m. ceremony at his home. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Shirley Monroe of 2304 Judson, wore a blue floor length dress with a matching veil of illusion. She wore a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Gloria Beneke, who attended her niece, wore a brown A-line dress and wore a corsage of white carnations. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Veda Fowler of 1007 Phinney, was attended by George Beneke. A reception followed at the home of the bride's mother. Mr. Fowler is a graduate of Alton High School and is employed by Al\ Renken's Augo Supply. TOWELL-URSPRUNG Miss Carla Ursprung, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ursprung of Rte. 1, Edwardsville was married to John F. Towell on Dec. 30. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Towell of Edwardsville. The Rev. Thomas Tupper officiated at the 2 p.m. ceremony in the Eden United Church of Christ in Ed- war:'sville. The couple was attended by Miss Cay Ursprung, sister of the bride, and Dale Keller. A reception was given in the home of the bride's parents. The bride, a 1970 graduate of Edwardsville High School, is attending Patricia Stevens Career Corege. Her husband, a 1969 VACUUM CLEANERS PARTS &. SERVICE • Hoses • Bags • Belts • Brushes, Etc. All Makes- 3904 Thomas, Alton. 402-4537 FAIRFAX SERVICE CENTER AT EASTGATE PLAZA EAST ALTON. ILL. Diamond Genter EASTGATE PLAZA Open Mon. thru Sat. 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. WANTED! YOUR CHILD ONLY! 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Gregory Mick lr the son of Mr. and Mrs Edward Mick of East Alton. His school activities include membership in National Honor Society, Pep Chib. Engineers Club and Science Club. He participates in football and baseball, and is secretary of the Letterman's Club. Greg is president of (he Student Council, and is an Olin Science Scholar. Marilee Glbbs. (he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Muriel D. Gibbs of Cottage Hills, is the president of Future Homemakers of America, secretary of the French Club, Student Council representative, and senior editor of the Spectator yearbook. Other activities include Eaglet staff member, Dramatics Club, Pep Club, Drill Team, and Pom-Pom Girl. Marilee is a member of National Honor Society and was a Homecoming Queen candidate. ,1 aincs Slevcrs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sievers of Route 1, Staunton, is president of the senior class and president of the Future Farmers of America. He ins been active in various projects in FFA and last year received the State Former Degree. Jim is also a member of the Staunton Marching Bulldogs, the choir, and sings in a barbershop quartet. Outside of school he has served as president of his church youth group. Glenda Hcfcr is vice- president of National Honor Society and is an Hlinois State Scholar. She has been a member of the concert, marching and dance bands for four years and a choir member for four years. Other activities include Student Council, GAA, Pep Club, Dance group, and president of the junior class, Sho plans to attend Eastern Illinois University and major in education. ,Glenda's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hefer of 217 East 2nd St., Staunton. Edward DeStafane, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward DeStafane of Benld, is a two year member of the National Honor Society and is vice- president of the senior class. He is in his second year as president of the Drama Club and is a member of the Nationrl Thespian Society. Edward is president of Future Teachers of America and his other clubs are Science and French. He is editor of the school newspaper and has received honors at two press conferences. Edward is an Explorer Scout and serves as lector at his church. lie will attend Illinois College and plans to be a dentist. Elizabeth Richards is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richards of Gillespie. She was elected to National Honor Society in her junior year and has received a Letter of Commendation from the National Merit Scholarship. Elizabeth is also an Illinois State Scholarship semi-finalist and participated in the special honors program at U. of Illinois last summer. She is Science Club president and Drama Club treasurer this year. Elizabeth will major in Ceramic Engineering at U. of Illinois. Q OMEGA WATCHES fluffed tor Aeeoracf EDWARD OTT JEWELER Stratford Hotel Mdo, MRS. 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