Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1963 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 5, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINETEEN Bethalto Junior High Honor Pupils Listed BETHALTO — Wilbur Trimpe Junior High School finished the year with 164 students on the honor and high honor rolls, Lewis K. Hauser, principal, said today. The fourth quarter grades of the students determined them being on the following honor roll list. High honor students from the ninth grade are: Andrea Adair, Daniel Adkisson, Linda Chinowth, Randy Edwards, Dennis Eller, Ted Greiner, Pam Oettel, Joan Powell, Janis Ricks, Alberta Ruckman, Susie Science, Joe Wall, Deborah Watts, and Kay Willison. Ninth grade honor students are: Sharon Bernardini, Raymond Bethel, Pamula Brooks, Gloria Brown, Kenneth Burge, Allyn Chiolero, Bonnie Bailey, Kathleen Darnell, Lavond Davis, Donna Dustman, Bobbie Fernandes, Joan Feuquay, Sandra Foster, Rebecca Fuller, Chris Galeener, Betty Grable, Paul Hamby, Ruth Hamby, Kathy Hopkins, Kirk Johnson, Joan Kasten, Sherry Lindquist, Janet McDaniel, Gene Manley, Sandy Masterson, Keith Maxeiner, Janet Meiser, Velva Miller, Janeen Moyers, Louis Perko, Nancy Randolph, Barbara Reed, Paula Ricci, Fred Rusch, Randy Rushing, Phyllis Sevier, Mike Sheppard, Karen Smith, Marilyn Smith, Mary Sullivan, John Vanorsdale, Lois Walker, Wilma Weaver, Cathy Werts, and Lily Wilson. Eighth grade high honor students are: Bob Copeland, Tom Dillon, and Kristina Twarog. , Honor students in the eighth grade are: Gerald Ackerman, Brenda Earth, Linda Basden, Vinela Bishop, Mary Cauley, Larry Cook, Barbara Crawford, Bill Dettmers, Nancie Doolen, Irene Dziadyk, JoAnn Elfgen, Terry Edwards, Danny Greer, Mary Greiner, Daniel Harrison, Larry Innis, Harold Kappler, Candy LaMarsh, Anna Littrcll, Kathy Lucht, Mary Mansholt, Mike Norris, Sue Olson, Norma VBS Parade Saturday At Hartford HARTFORD - Philip Hendricka has been appointed chairman of the Vacation Bible School parade set for Saturday and sponsored by the Hartford Ministerial Alliance, of which Rev, Jack Laffler of the First Baptist Church is president. Hendricks said the parade will form at the playground at 9:45 a.m. and will get under way at 10 a.m. The parade will proceed from the playground to Seventh street across to Olive street, and will cross most of the streets in the village before returning to the playground. After returning to the playground, children who participate in the parade will be given treats and are then to go to their churches, where teachers will be waiting to register them for the Bible school which starts at the various churches Monday at 9 a.m. Fire College HARTFORD — Three firemen from the Hartford Volunteer Fire department will go lo Fire College at Champaign from June 10-13. They are: Dick Karns, Oscar Brown and Max Peek. Church Social HARTFORD — An ice cream social for the teachers and assistants and their families w h o will be helping in the Vacation Bible School at t. he Methodist Church this year will be held at the church Thursday evening prior to the beginning o£ Bible School next week. Rosewood Fund Chairman Named WOOD RIVER — Elmer Hart of Hartford, who is overall chairman of the Wood River area for the fund-raising campaign for Madison County Museum, which is to occupy the old Weir Home, has announced that the newly appointed chairman for Rosewood Heights, is Mrs. Anita Nevlin. Mrs. Nevlin Is president of the Alton Educational Association of Secretaries, is secretary of the Alton-Wood River Girl Scout Council and has been in scouting for many years. She will serve as the fund raising chairman for the museum in Rosewood Heights. Other chairmen in this area who have already started their fund raising campaign toward the goal of $40,000 are Mrs. Berdell McCann of Hartford, Mrs. John Hamer and Mrs. Lloyd Palmer of Wood River and Mrs. Richard Duhrkop of Roxana. Want things? Read the Want Ads. FURNACE CLEANING $g50 on Furnace Care Plan. CL 4-9450 FURNACE CARE CO. Pennock, Mike Rallo. Phillip Randolph. Doris Schuette, Dana Silveus, Don Smith, Dcanna Sutter. Cheryl Taynor, John Thompson, Linda Thompson, Lynn Turnbeaugh, Patricia Wallace, Cheryl White, and Wanda Willison. High honor students in the seventh grade are: Linda Downing, Betty Hilgeudorf, Janet Rowe, Paula Schoeneweis, Linda Szegedy, and Diana White. Seventh grade honor students are: Brenda Augustson, Diana Bady. Mary Ann Bassett, Bennie Benton, Billy Benton. Vickie Bollinger, Bill Bycrs, Sandra Chamberlain, Theresa Constantino, Pam Dettmers, Susan Eaker, Gloria Elniore, Gail Erzen, Mary Faulk- onbury, Donna Feuquay, James German, Phyllis Gillison, Dave Greiner, Marilyn Hackethal, Diana Haycraft, Linda Hargrove, Glenda Hays, Vicky Herrin, Theresa Hood, Charlotte Jones, Charles Kehnast, James Kessler, Lyndall Kleeman, Kathy Lackey, Kevin Law, Kathy Legate, Janice Lewis, Steve MeRae, Mary Ellen Meldi, David Miller, Miehalene Mull, Jon Newcomb, Diana Payne, Yvonne Pool, Brenda Reed, Nellie Sullerlco, Martin Skeen, Michael Simpson, Sally Sterling, Sue Sutlon, Pam Swift, Ralph Terry, Marsha Tick, Tom Underwood, Steven Vogt, Marilyn Wanick Nancy Walker, Cheryl Wall, Chester Ward, Patricia Wieneke, Dale Wiser, Don Woelful, and Colleen Yates. Report Break-In At Bethalto Service Station BETHALTO— The Zephyr Service Station operated by Deb Tinker on Rte. 140, was broken into for the second time i?l three months this morning, but nothing was apparently taken, Chief of Police Clyde Tisdel, Said today. Entrance to the building was gained through a side window, which was broken out, the chief said. Chief Tisdel said the burglars had attempted - to enter through the front door but failed. After entering the building, the burglars used service station tools and beat the combination off the safe, but failed to open it, the ehief said. Chief Tisdel said the station closed at midnight and the burglary was discovered at 8 a.m. today. Church Circle to Meet at Roxana ROXANA — The morning circle of the United Presbyterian Worn en of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Clarence Hunt on Tenth St. Mrs. Fay Nessl will be leader. Kxcciitlvc Board ROXANA — The executive board of United Presbyterian Women of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the church. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Officers of Hartford Woman's Club Installed HARTFORD — Officers of Hartford Woman's Club, with the exception of the president who was 111, were re-installed for a second term at the club's annual spring banquet Monday evening at the YWCA in Alton. Mrs. J. D. McBride, a past president, \yas installing officer. Mrs. Wayne Goode is president of the group and those installed Monday were: Mrs. Donald VanMeter, vice president; Mrs. Richard Moore, treasurer; Mrs. Henry Oertel Jr.. corros- Dads Club Meets At South Roxana SOUTH ROXANA — The Dads' Club met Monday evening at the clubhouse and announced a work detail is asked to report at 10 a.m. Saturday at the park to pour concrete for various platforms. New members received were E. A. Chavez and A. D. McKee. The homecoming is scheduled ponding secretary; and Mrs. Quin-jtor Aug. 2. 3 and 4 and it was ton Fowler, recording secretary. Sixteen members attended the banquet and entertainment for the evening was provided by a quintet called "The Gay Blades." They were: Nick Miles. Gary Hart sock, Dave Dishes, Val Dungan and Leonard Harp. During the club's judging for the best theme and decorations submitted by hostesses through out the year. The team of Mrs. Harold Linders, Mrs. Quintoti Fowler and Mrs. Charels Spaiui were named the winners for their April theme of "Tulips in Holland." Following the meeting, M r s. Lester Varble and Mrs. Harold Linders received prizes. announced Joe GreemveU will appear Friday, Little Jimmie Dickens will entertain Saturday and members of the Ozark Opry will appear Sunday, along with other Swimmers Out In Force at Roxana Pool ROXANA — Wednesday Roxana swimming pool had more than 1,200 swimmers during the opening hours and Tuesday 1,148 persons attended. Recreation Di| rector Lyle Dona reports 642 season tickets have been sold. Next Tuesday thereafter, from 8 to 10 p.m.. will lie adult night. Shinvrr Thursday Night ROXANA - There will be a shower at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at j First Baptist Church in honor of IMrs. Frank Bailey. Hostesses will be Mrs. Connie Steffen. M r s. Mary Harmon. Mrs. Lela Win- Legion Women Elect New s ;. ver < T1 """';""'™ O Hits Decatur Area Officers at Wood River entertainers each evening. The next meeting will be June 17. WOOD RIVER — Members ol the American LpgJon Auxiliary Monday nipihu elected nil officers except a new president. Those elected were: Mrs. Chan- cen McReynolds. first vice president: Mrs. Sylvester Scovell. seo ond vice president; Mrs. Leo Hackethal, secretary 1 : Sandy Pi- finger, treasurer; Mrs. Roy Hausman, historian, and Mrs. Richard Dawson. sergeant at arms. A president to succeed Mrs. Hausman will he elected at the groups next meeting. Those selected lo attend the 22nd District convention and rep resents the Auxiliary arc: Mrs. and DECATUR, 111. (AP)—Viaducts j and basements were flooded, tiros downed and the power sup- Housman. Mrs. Hackethal. Mrs. j ply cut off during a severe ihun- McReynolds. Mrs. Frank Panyik. jderyform that struck Decalur Mrs. Tom Flannagan and San- flra Pizin.ner. Attending Institute WOOD RIVER City Manager Carlton Laird Monday started a j two weeks refresher course in j sanitary engineering at the Taft Sanitary Engineering Center in Cincinnati. The program is sponsored by the U.S. Public Healthjstitnte deal with air pollution and Service. j radiation. Laird told the Tele- This year's courses at the in-lcniph. Tuesday night. Up to four inches of rain fell, hut little other property damage was reported. Police and fire facilities operated with a civil defense err ergency generator. A savory drink from coffee and bananas is made in Uganda. stead, Mrs. Lola Harmon Mrs. Albert Bean. 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