Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 9, 1960 · Page 40
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June 9, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 40

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ALTON EVEiNINO THURSDAY, JUNE 9, I960 and son. Timothy of Greenfield, visited Amday In St. Lxwte with I Mr. and Mrs. Many Painter and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Allen Mrs. Rpewe's staler, Mm. H«Mand Mrs. Jake White were 9an» ,day dinner guests of Mr. and of RoodhoweiMrs. James Pniitt at Walter- Mr. and Mrs. Harry DeShasier s|ient the weekend with hla and son. David, Mrs. Henry grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. and family were Sunday guests man Krallmen. of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen. Mike Brannan KANE~Mr «irt Mrs waiter Pregler and Mr. «W Mn. Virgil CWJper of ftM*, Okla., came Sunday for a wmfti visit with Mr. and Mrs. Curthis Pregter. _. —. .... Mr. and Mrs. Donald Andrews Roewe. and Miss Marie Roewe'W. Jones. ville. at the home of their son, John Wehrty It., and their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Curtlus Pregler. Mr. and Mrs. William Witt and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kehrly, j famfly returned to Peorla Sunday , . _ St. Louis, were Sunday visitors 1 after several days visit at the'from Springfield where they hornet ot Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlton and Mn. W. P. Witt. Their son, George, remained tor a two week's visit. Mr. and Mn. Robert Dougher ty returned home Sunday night 8pent several dan Mid attended the horse show. The Quwen Elizabeth 1» the ••queen" of the seas. She has accommodations for 2,233 passengers — more than any other vessel afloat. Astronomers say fW«8 ilir* faces on the t>latmt Mm mty be caused by a scanty supply melting from th» which quickens some form of vegetation. ^^ AIRMAN C1JSMEM K. STBt.M- SKI. son of Mrs. Clemen Struniski of 113 K. 1st. Hartford, has completed his initial course of Air Force basic military training at Lackland AFB. Tex. He lias been selected to attend the technical j training course for Air Traffic' Control Operator at Kcesier AFB, Miss. Airman Struniski is a gradu-' ate of East Alton-Wood River High. Greenfield Honor Roll Announced GREENFIELD The Greenfield Community High School honor roll for the second semester has been announced. Those on the roll are: Corla Barnett. Janine Barton, Bill Cole. Marilyn Enfiel. Charles Glllespie, M aril y n Grumme.l, Patty HaU, Becky Hankins, Larry Hubbard. .ludith Hutchison. Mary .lean Lovel. Brenda Meyer. Ronnie Meyer. Margaret Mitchell. Helen Murdock. Richard Murphy. Kriston Nell. Kenneth PlogRfi 1 . Carolyn Sample, Beverly Scanlon. Ronald Scan- Ion. Michael Shanahan. Barbara Vetter. and Connie Wayham. Honorable mention students were: Lyndell Cummins. Elizabeth Fit/simmons. Charles Hax- ehvood, Sue Hankins, Janet Hill, Mary Hutchison. Jcane Jouelt, John Koehm. Larry Prough, John Roberts. Merle Sleckel and Betty Wilton. Carla Barnclt was named valedictorian of tin- 19KO senior class. Suiniucr Srliedul? : GREENFIELD The offic.ej oi the Greenfield Community j Unit School District No. 10 will! be open Irom 8:'.tt) a.m. Vo 3:30' p.m. daily Monday through Friday, starting June 15 and continuing through Aug. 14. The high school office hours will be on the same time schedule during the summer. Visiting Parents GREENFIELD-- Cmdr. Francis Holmes of the U. S. Navy has been visiting Mrs. Ollie Green and other friends in Greenfield and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Holmes in Palmyra. Holmes received a master ol science degree in nuclear engineering at the University of Iowa May 'J8. He is a former resident of Greenfield and a, graduate of the local high school. His next assignment will bt- at the Naval Air station. Jacksonville. Fla. Postpone .Meeting GREENFIELD Date oi the June meeting of Uie Presbyterian Women's Organization has been changed from June 'J!?> to Thursday. June :!0. Mrs. J. B. Thornton will be hostess and assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Lee Al. Burns ;tnd Miss Kite Thorpe. Mrs. Harley Gustine and Mrs. William Weisner will be leaders of the lesson study from the missionary magazine. Class to Meet GREENFIELD Mrs. By ion Cox, Mrs. Ebert Ferguson, andj Mrs. Kenneth Woodkirk will be hostesses at a meeting of the Philathea class of First Baptist Church at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the social rooms ol the church annex. Mis. Lee Witt will be program narrator and the roll | call topic will be. "Fathers ol the Bible." Rigorous Journey ! Traditionally, the devout Moslem .luume.sing to Mecca must avoid quarrels and women, and maintain j ., sober mien. With the exception: of siicriiict*. he must kill no plant or animal SUM the li\<- "nuisances": crovi. kilt-, rat. M-orpion or biting do;.' Hound VVurul Ho\\er A aaii\e ol Madagascar, the llame tree tor royal poinciana > has been carried around iht' world and no« decuratet gardens from Hawaii to Jamaica and Irom Florida to South America. STARTS TOMORROW! 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