Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 31, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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, MAV 31, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE MINE East Alton Junior High Students Given Awards EAST ALfotf •"- A near capacity crewiTbf jaunts arid Mends filled the ftiniof High School atid- Itoriurh $ednesday evening for the graduation ;8*erdsea/6f the eighth g'fade graduating <ilaB§. Diplomas foere presented to 139 students in ceremonies conducted by Wayne Jennings, board of ed- ucatldh president Miss ( Carole Link was awarded the Charles Pairrier Davis medal for outstanding achievement in the field of current events and Robert Lynch, the second place award. . Mike Bradshaw was presented the Horatio Alger Award for his career essay, "My Career-PrOfeS- sional Basketball '< Player." Paul Camp received second place on his topiCj "Public School Music Instructor/ 1 ' and Theron Hauns- chlld, honorable mention for his essay,' "Mechanical Engineer." The awards were .presented by Lawrende Dany village clerk. David Taylor and Miss Linda Strong were recipients 'of the American Legion Awars presented annually by American Legion Post 794 to outstanding students 6f the graduating class. Presiding for the,' presentation was Charles Gabbert, legion chaplain, and former supeWnteridertt of the school district ' j ' > • Member^ of the graduating class were entertained at a ; party sponsored by the' student cbuncil, in the community recreation center, at the close of the program. HELSINKI —• Finland has cut back her cotton imports. See Us for Complete line MEN'S - WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S Many i Styles —Colors AH Sizes, Widths. Priced from $3.95 PAUL'S SHOES 121 W. 3rd ALTON 11finedfor At County Seat EDWARDSVlLLE - Eight youths And three men were charged with criminal trespassing in two separate incidents at the dangerous shale pit Thursday, an off-limits "swimming hole" on By-Pass 66," near Edwardsvllle. Two Edwardsville men, Donald Ray Holland, 25, 706 Sherman Ave , arid Jesse Eugene Hoke, 30, 516 Sheridan Ave., and Marvin J. Daniels, 21, of Wellston, Mo. were arrested at 5:30 p.m. Thursday on the property by Edwardsville police. The deep shale pit is filled, with water and frequently used as a swimming hole by youth of the area. The water hole has been the: scene of a drowning, Edwardsville Police Chief John E. Hariung reported. Earlier Thursday eight. Granite City youths were charged with criminal trespassing on the property when they were found swimming in the water pit. All 11 persons 'charged were fined $5 and costs each by Police Magistrate William Traband. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVlLLE — Three area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital Wednesday and five patients were dischar& ed. Admitted were: Miss Marcia Evans, 626 Frederick; Joseph Schwartzkopf, 110 North Kansas; David Stubblefield, Rte. 1. Discharged were: Mrs. Diana Hessel, Rte. 1; Mrs. Dorothy Leach, 1110 Prickett; Mrs. Ge'r aldirie Cusanelli, Rte. 4; Mrs Kenneth Scheibal and son, Rte, 4; Craig Riley, 1026 Schwarz. The Conestoga wagon of pioneer days was -named for the place where it first was made in Pennsylvania. ALUMINUM SIDING! YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS! GUARANTEED 20 YEARS! HOUSE 26 > x30'x9' WALL! 9 Per Month ALSO EQUALLY LOW PRICED ALUMINUM AWNINGS, WINDOWS. ROOFING DAVID M. DRAHL & SON ALUMINUM PRODUCTS—PHONE HO 5-1070 Six Divorces Granted in Circuit Court EDWARDSVlLLE — Six undbn- estffd divorces were granted af- er hearings Wednesday in Cir cult Court. Five Of the decrees were on grounds of cruelty: Lorene Judith Merry of Wood River, from John Thomas Merry, Alton, and the mother given custody of three children; Joann Strumski of East Alton, from Thomas Strumski With the court, awarding custody of 'two children to the mother; Lawrne Micks, from Harlan L Hirks of Alton, and the mother retaining, custody °f tw ° cn 'l dren, Huella Scales, from Arthur Scales, with custody of four children awarded to the plaintiff; Robert A. Navarre of Alton, from Lynn M. Navarre, and the defendant (mother given custody ol two children. Selma : Sheeks of Collinsville was granted a divorce from George. Sheeks on proof of deser tlon and obtained custody of two children; ' Several of the divorce cases on Wednesday's setting — held in advance of the normal Friday "default" divorce day — were lieard by Jersey County Judge Howard Lee White, presiding as an acting circuit judge here. County '.Sing' Set for Sunday At East Alton EAST ALTON — Madison Cou.n ty Singing Convention will have a singing session at Friendship General Baptist Church, 319 W Main St., at 2 p.m. Sunday, Mrs Betty Crane, secretary-treasurer has announced. Warren Howe and the Howe Quartet of Irvington, 111., will be featured. Glen Ray West of Wood River will be pianist and L. W Miles of Cottage .Hills, convention president will be master of cere monies. The Howe's will.be featured a 7:30 p.m. the same day at Fores Homes Assembly of God Church, Scout Troop 28 Presents Awards Boy Scout Troop 28 of th Clara Barton Grade School ha< a Court of Honor Wednesda; night., Avvards were presented to Tony Dean and Rickey Ham, Terry El liott, Gary Gilliam, Charles Lip pincott, Tom Chlolero, Charles Ed ward, Don and Lon Armstrong Terry Strader, Tom Pendt, Joh and Bob Hale and Skip'Shum way. AT — DOWNTOWN ALTON '• EASTGATE PLAZA TRADE-IN OFFER! SPECIAL FACTORY SERVICE CLINIC! Saturday, June 1, .Mr. Jack Allen, Sunbeam rep- r«gentative, will be it) our stores ... > 9:80 to 1:00 P.M. Downtown Alton 3:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. Eastgate Plaza $ 1 n ss 19 With Trade DELUXE MODEL imbeam SHAVEMASTER ELECTRIC SHAVER imaeam 11'SHAVER WITH BUILT-IN LIGHT FOR EXTRA SHAVING CONVENIENCE 14" With Trade WITH ON-OFF SWITCH! WITH BRUSHED CHROME TRIM IN BEAUTIFUL GIFT CASE NOTHING SHAVES LIKE A BLADE! Only Sunbeam shavers have 3 real blades.*.plus comfort curved head. •MNBEAM, MMVCMASTf* CHOOSE A SUNBEAM FOR GRADS AND DADS Pqy Wo Money Down—As Little as $5.00 Monthly. Home of Bonded Notarized Guurnnteed Diamonds and Fine Bulova and Elgin Watches. Wo Guarantee You Cannot Buy Thcic Iteim lor Leii of We Will Refund the Difference PLUS rO% Of THf J!H»n«ll|f Fina Jawalry Now 2 Stores To Serve You . . . 212 W. Third St. Downtown, Alton Open Mon, & Fri. Till 9 P.M. HO 2.7531 Eostgqte Plow Shopping Center East Alton Open 10 A.M; Till 9 P.M. Daily 254-4719 245 Roxana 9th-Graders To Enter High School fcOXANA — Informal certifica- on exercises for 245 Kofcaha Junor High ninth graders was held t 10 a.tn. today ift the school uditorium. Candidates for certification were: Bevery S. Angleton, " T icki Anglin, Joyce Jean Baker, Martha Ann Baker, Larry E. Ba- icki, J. Mike Barnerd, Kenneth . Barnett, Dale A. Bivens, Ben Charles Bono, Linda J. Broaddus, o n n i e Kay Brown, Kathryn Anne Brown, Mark William Jrueggeman, Daniel L. Bryant, William Stanley Burefi, Gordon W. Cain, William Caldwell, Talmadge Wayne Carnell, Ralph E. Chavez, Cheryl Ann Clark, Stanley VV. Clark, Jean Ellen Clafkson, Bonnie Sue Coats, William Nelson Cook. Joann Cornine, Deana Lee Corsa, Ronald N. Counton, Diana Sue Cox, James G, Crabtree, Deborah Ann Crader, Sharon Lynn Craw- iord, Betty Jean Culpepper, Steven Terry Curfman, JoAnn H. Curry, Rosemary Ann Cuthrell, Jean Carol Davidson, Kathy Elaine Davis,. Linda Kay Davis, Pamela Kay Davis, Terry Chris Dietzel, Jo Lynn Dillon, Dan L. Diveley, Cynthia Kay Doak, John Larkin D o s e n, Dennis Lee Dubbelde, Kenneth Mark Dutchik, Edward 3 aul Eich, Jim Eich, Gwendolyn Rae England. Kathy Jo Ennis, Carolyn Jea- lette Evans, Marilyn Fearno, Janis Lou Feuquay, Roger Dale Mllingim, Donald J. Flagg, Eddie i. Flatt, Michael E. Flatt, Michael Eugene Floyd, Carol Elaine •Yazier,. Lee Anna Garvin, Beverly Ann Gifford, Cheryl H. Giles, Linda Mae Giles, Kenneth Ray llidwell, Douglas E. Going, Tom H; Grange, Cheryl Ann Green, Rita F. Greenwell, Nora Jean Grizzle, Danny Craig Grober, Barbara Ann Gurley, Mike R. Hamilton. Trudy Ann Hamilton, Carl James Hanner, Ray Dean Harrison, Edward Louis Harvey, Bruce Martin Hasting, Lana Kay Henson, Terry C.- Henson, Karen Lynn riertenstein, Margaret. Gayle Heskett, Sheila .M. Hettick, Cathleen Mary Hignight, Charles J. Hill, Ronald W. Hines, Donald C. Hofgren, Patricia L: Holland, David T. Hopkins, Eva Jean Horn, Jerry L. Howard, Paul Lavern Howell, Gail Carol Rowland, Patricia Eileen Huff, Karen Annette Hurley, -Nancy Jo Imel, Roy Michael Jenkins, Donna Kay Johnson, Daniel Mark Jones. Faye Ann Jones, Joseph B. Jones, Larance D. Joyce, Richard F 1 . Judson, Cassandra Lee Kanz, lary Wayne Karns, Phillip B. Keith, Terry Ann Kelly, Beverly Sue Ketchum, Lea Ann Keuhn Kenneth C. Killebrew Jr., Ronald Lee King, Esther Elaine Kopsie Sharon Louis LaBoube, Phillip Russell .Lakin, Cheryl Ann Lawrence, ' Ray Lester Lawrence Clara Laura Laytoh, Ella LeClaire, William Lee Lengacher Lynda Kaye Lenington, Gary Dean Little, Johnny H. Little Larry W. Lolly, Gary W. Love. Stephen J. Lynn, Phillip C. Maguire, ; Allen L. Malone, J. K a y Malone, E. -May Marsh, Frances, Kay Martin, Roman G. Mason, Sandra K. Mayhugh, Jeanne L. Metcalf, Susan Kay Meyer, Beverly J. Milam, Elbie T. Milazzo, Susan Louise Mosby, Terrica Lynn Moulton, Danny Ray Meyers, Donald Wayne McGarvey, Robert M. McLain, Danny Henry McPhersoh, John R. Naef, Cathy L. Nevlin, Frank Anthony Nisbet, Loren R. Norvjjle, Cheryl Ann Nunn, Beverly Ann Pataky, Loyd Ross Patterson, William Allen Peyton. Robert L. Pfeiffer, Raymond M. Phillips, 'Roy A. Pickerill, Richard Allan Piper, Karen Sue Plank, Susan Kathleen Plessa, Tammy Kay Poe, Dennis Keith Rader Denn\s Floyd Ralston, Connie Sue Ratliff, Richard D. Rea, Richard E. Reichert, Jacquelyn Louise Rhea, John W. Rhoades, Cynthia Ann Rich, Wesley Roady. Alice Jean Roberson, John N. Roberson, Philip M. Robinson, Doris Irene Rogers. Peggy Lee Rowden, Pamela Kay Runge. Norma Jean Rutherford, Joyce Marie Saul, Charlotte M. Sawyer, Mary Beth Schien, Retta Rosalie Schwabe, Katherine Louise Scott 3 amela Lee Secor, Patricia Karin Sheehan, Donna Kay Sibley, Carol Jean Sickman, Michael W, lilvey, David Ray Skelton, Michael S. Skinner, Carla Jean Smith, James W. Snover, Jac queline Snyders. Robert Spears Carole Spink, Jeanne Kay Stal cup, Mary Beth Stanton, Rosalie Stassi, Dennis D. Stearns, Dan el L, Stewart, Frederick Car Sticht, Douglas W. Stickler. William C. Stratton, William F Striegel Jr., Wayne A, Sturgeon John E. Suessen, Cheryl M. Talk ngton, Janice Taylor, Taylor, Gary L. Teasley, John R Bett Jane Terry, David F. Thompson Bruce W. Tinsley, Ruth Tomlo vich, David Tow, Paul Tow, Rich ard Townsend, Pamela Ann Tuck er, Sandra Kay Turner, Linda jouise Uhles, Barbara A. Vallery Jean E. Van Meter, Randall L Vaughn, Ornetta Bea Vroman Sharon Sue Waggoner, Gary C Wallace, Larry R. Wallace, Bren da Louise Walls, Carolyn Ka> Watson. Elbert Joseph Watt, Dwaine M Webb, Jerald.R. Welsh, Catherin Ann Wheeler, Peggy L. Wheeler Jerry L. White, Ernest R. White- lead, Donald Michael Whitney irian Lane Widaman, Deborah J Wilkerson, Carl Roger Wilkinson feith D. Wilson, Alan Edwarc Wingerter, Vivian D. Wiseman Commercial and residential SWIMMING POOLS put In to your specifications, 01 we will furnish plans. If any questions phone 254-5042. We are the best in the area. Jeanne Helmkamp Hearts Roxana GAA ROXANA — Jeanne Helmkamp r as elected president of the Roxana High school Girls' Athle- ic Association at the annual awaids banquet Tuesday evening n the high school cafeteria. Other officers are Sandy Bolen, vico president; Vicki Browder, secretary; Judy Uhles, treasurer; Mit/i Tomlovich, all sports manager and Starr Travis and Margie Walker, bowling secretaries Winning teams participating in bowling, volley ball, basketbal 1 werp given awards. Freshmen sophomore, junior and senior wards were also presented. The asvards were given for earning a certain number of points for GAA activities after school. Miss Beverly Conaway is sponsor of the organization and was hostess. LISBON — Portugal may declare wheat imports unnecessary. James A. Wiseman, James D. 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