Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 16, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Ea§t Junior High Honor Pupils Listed E««t .funtor Hlfcfi School hon. or rolls, for the closing grading ptsrlod of the year, have been announced. flint* Grade High honor roll — Emily Bardolph, Shelley Boone, Don Christy, Martha Corrlgan, James Crane, Irozello Croslen, Lura Davis, Jane Ftchtel, George Fulkerson, Joyce Oarber. Sharon Hall, Alfred Healy, Linda Jenkins, Janet Keeling, Ruth Lahr, Charles LaMarsh, Jean Lenhardt, Barbara Logan, Rosemarie Maneke, Nedra Patl. son, Javier Pelaez, Jacqueline Rtelrty, Mary Rlzzotto. Linda Shcary, Jerry Sims, Ann Tld- well, Marilyn Wlegand, Carole Williams. Pat Young. Honor — Linda Alexander, Patricia Arnold, Jim Austwlck, Kay Beach, David Bealty, Dan Bess, Robert Boedecker, Dale Bower, Alan Burton, Tom Cadwell, Janice Carter, David Chester, Cheryl Cockrell, Kathryn Compton. Gayle Craig, Terrah Daech, Sue Denson, Tina De- Sherlla, Jill Doerr, Larry Duncan, Paul Economldes, William Edmlston, Kent E 1 h o t f e r, JTvonne Forbes. Cletls Fowler, Roberta Ghent, Becky Glllard, Jane Gormley, Judy Graham, C,nry Hnlford, Linda Hardwlck, Richard Hart- Ing, Paul Hatcher, Linda Henry, Toe Holloway, Jane Hughson, Janeen Jamison, Joan Kelser, Carol Kerley, Sharon Klmbro, Charles Lamble, Vlcki Langford, Margaret Lewis, Patricia Lewis, Kathryn Martin, Cathy Mayfleld, Molly McAdams, Jeanette McCormlck. Pennington McGee, Patricia Miller, James Minsker, Robert Mohon, Nancy Neealy, Estell Oswalt, Gloria Reid, Kenneth Rosenberg, Julia Sanders, Gwendolyn Shaw, Vickl Shcff, Doris Simmons, Kenneth Travis, Harold Wagner, Sue Walton, Linda Watkins, Nancy Webster, Susan Willie. Roger Willis, Terry Witcher, Roberta Won- lert, Carolyn Wood, Aleta Woolsey, Flora Young. Eighth Grade High honor roll — Glenda Blankenshlp, David Brewer, Paul Burkhart, Mary Clark, Diana Edwards, Susan Flenner, Paul Forbes, Thomas Gillard, Marsha Lahey, Peter Komlas, Michaele Moore, Jeri Parrish, Richard Schoeffel, Roger Simon, David Watkins. Honor roll — Willtftm Alex ander, Patty Allen, Carol Bailey Charles Barnes, Stuart Bennett Judy Bertels, Linda Bollard, Bill Bryant, Phyllis Buchanan Jackie Churchill, JoAnn Clark, Barbara Darnell, Ronald Davis Joyce Dunnagan, Robert Ewing Karen Gill, Keith Grabner, Karen Green, Darrell Groves, Tho- HIM Harris, Jeanne Hlnderhan, Salty Hollow*?, Phillip Holman, Bm»da Hudson, Jessica Jeml- son. Mary Jimpson, Dorothy r»r, Ruth Arm Kelrn. Carol Klfllon. Kathy Klnsella, Nelson Ledbet. ter, Peggy Lewis, Virginia Luster, Robert Lynn. Carol Mana. han, Delorei Manda, .fa men Manns, Darrell McOibany, Nel- wn Mete, John Miller. Marvin ftevenflt Gnrtfo High honor roll — Steve Batson, Susan Carter, Richard DeJarnett, Karen Dowland, Susan Gray, Linda Griffith, Timothy Hell, David Knotlenis, Sandra LaMarsh, Leah Lewis, Diane Malone, Pamela McClaln, Martha McWa'ters, Sharon Phil- Forsylhe, Marlon Poster, Marl, dell Fox. Delia Frailer, Jan Freldman. Rebecca Fulkerson, Joan Gill. Gary Glliean. Bonnie Glllson, Danee Golllday, Janice Greenwall, Carol Griffin, Paul Ous- llne, Georgia Harris. Nancy Hauemeter. Susan Henesey, lips; Kathl poppe, Diane Po. Nancy Huff. Patricia Hughoy, well. Beverly Roe, Janel Rue- Gayle Rummerfleld, Wll. Sandra Wldcnhaffer; Sharon nedy, Cheryl Kllllan, Larry Kol. esa. Wanda krelder, Allen Lahr, Miller, Sharon Minor, Aubrey'^ arn g c humaker, Thom'aii Sim*, Moore, Remarrah Moor*, Ann j amcs yeager. Linda Lawrence, Sue Ley I on, Nlt.«che. Shonna Perkins. Gary' Honor roll — Gayle Aula ;Karen Lester, Eugene Lewis, hipps, Charles Porter, John nmiKh. Charlene Armstrong, Vicky Markel, Cynthia Martin, rewllt. Kathy Bailey, William Bailey, lames McCormlck. Sandy Mid- Janet Robertson, Martha lames Adrian Baker, Larry.aietofi, Cynthia Nelklrk, luckman, Larry Scrogglns, Barneft, Sherry Jo Beach, Don-j Kenneth .Northeutt, John hloe Selller, Frank Siftley, na Bergstrom. Charles Biggs, j Pace. Phil Paelt*, Kddle Pod- tarllyn Smith, David Stalker,'Carolyn Breyfogle, Ruth Bruce, horn, Joseph Rallo. Carla Price, Donna Reid, Thomas Reid, Richard Saunders, Stephen Schoene, Robert. Schrlmpf, Ronald Selkirk, Mike Sheary, Mbert Whetzel, Mark White.;Tames Duffy, Brenda Dunn,,Tom Sherwood, Shirley Sim- Ide, Carolyn Williams, Donna jNancy Krwln. Sharon Fansler.jmons, Trudy Stovall, Mary pVilson, Lee Wltchpr. Charley (Robert Farrow, Shephen F'eld-'Thles, Brenda Todd, Alan Tung. A'ooff, Dennis Wooff, Jean man, Susan Fields, Janice Flem-ett, Rlchey Vail. Julia Viplh, iimmerman. Ing, Janlcp Forrester, Blenrta Sally Vonderheldt, Carolyn SHOULD YOUR TELEGRAPH CARRIER FORGET YOU... Titus, Marsha TurhBlski,;Kathleen Byrnes, Sharon Capps, ee Veltum, Carla Vinyard.jMichael Cassidy, Elizabeth Coch. /Ickl Waggoner, Eva Wagner.Iran, Mike Compls, Marlene Cox, udlth Weber, Joseph Wehrman.(Donald DeFrates, Roy Dlxon, Hymnals Dedicated By Merlora Church MEDORA — Dedication ceremonies for the new hymnals at the Baptist Church was W charge of the pastor, the Rev. Ward Spencer. Sunday evening. Walking^ Jimmy W e b b, Mtfry Weeden, Steven White, Stndro Wldenhoffer, Sharon Kay Wilson. Sharon Marie Wll- son, Janice Wlsieman. A hymn sing wa« held, *Hh|Rev. Spencer's claw tanf ft ftttM Linda Hart as master of!»P»cl«l ceremonies. Those taking parti in special musical numbers In- cJudrt ton SttKfcty, Harrhi Jf whcol « C«rr, the Rev. Ward Spencer, Church wffl ck*e FrMay MeMn Bennett, Cathy P<cnic during «* morning OB MarlOrtc Clark, Betty and Mary «* church lawn. The closing Carr, Linda and Arlene Hart. program will be Sunday eve- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gollke. j "ing- . M«. Albert Hart, Walter Me|. j j^ d Telegraph Want Ada Dally oer, Mrs. Melvin Bowman. A! , — tape recording of songs of the) Rev. Sam Hlder, the Indian missionary, was played and the DO YOU KNOW! PIASA FIRST FEDERAL HAS ADVANCED FOR QUALIFIED HOME OWNERS IN THIS AREA MORE THAN $1,000,000.00 DURING THE PAST FIVE MONTHS. Plasa First Federal STATE ft WALL STS. PHONE HO S-253S Mm! JIM JONES, INC. 911 Milton Rd. Ph. HO 1-37BS _ FAMOUS GLEANERS I DYIRS 122S Pf0w«* M321 SPECIAL! JUNE 20 thru JUNI 2S Itautlfolljr Olianid and Priml • 1»0iy Oliinini On 2'0iy Laundry Strviet PHONE FOR DELIVERY MAI HO 5-6(41 BEFORE 6 P.H. DAILY I P.M. SATURDAY • CIRCULATION DEFT. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH • PHILCO 17 Briefcase TV Thin Briefcase 1 enly !/2 inches MONEY DOWN ?", ;*&•& ntertainment the slimmest TV made! The portable TV that is All Picture . . . not unneees* sary and bulky cabinet! 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