Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1963 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 6, 1963
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, JUNE 6, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE Eight Alton High Graduates Earned All A's for Three Years Eight Alton High School students who completed their three years of school with straight "A's" in every subject are among the 142 gold and silver alpha winners honored at graduation Wednesday night. The eight, all gold alpha winners, are: Dennis Brandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brandt, 5409 Humbert St.; Pamela Grosenheider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grosenheider, 5215 Wick- Way Drive; Gail Ledingham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Ledingham, 3407 Greenwood Lane; Nedra Patison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Patison, 3031 Edwards St. Elizabeth Schulenburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Schulenburg, 1406 Liberty St.; Jerry Sims, son of Mr. and Mrs. Troy W. Sims, 3521 Hoover Court; Michael Wyatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noble K. Wyatt, Rte. 3, Godfrey; Patricia Young, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lafayette Young, 3003 Brown St. Other gold alpha winners, to- gether with names of their parents, are as follows: James Crane, .Mr. and Mrs. William P. Crane; Marilyn Wiegand, Mr. and Mrs. Holland E. Wiegand; Emily Bardolph, Mr. and Mrs. Marinus P. Bardolph! Joyce Garber, Mrs. Hortense Lowe; Susan Webb, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Webb; Janice Gosling, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gosling; Karen Bed- will; Carolyn Canham, Mr. and Mrs. George Canham; Donald McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McKenzie; George Fulkerson, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Fulkerson; Robert Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Herchal Jones; Carol Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller; Alfred Healy, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Hcaly; Jane Fichtel, Mr. and Mrs. E. Thomas Fichtel; Dennis Voumard, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Voumard; Larry Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Cooke; Charles LaMarsh, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling C. LaMarsh; Jean Lenhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Lenhardt; Barbara Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Logan; Sue McClin- tock, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Me- Clintock; Charles Hacke, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hacke; Alfred Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith; Patricia Arnold, Mr. Ralph C. Narup; Donald Christy, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Christy; Joan Keiser, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Keiser; Sue Monical, Mr. and Mrs. E. Verle Monical; Jane Gormley, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Gormley; Shelley Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Burgess A. Boone; Carole Will,- iams; Lura Davis, Mrs. O. L. Fines; Diana Weslick, Mr. and Mrs. John Weslcik;' Joy Shoemaker, The Reverend and Mrs. Lloyd Shoemaker; Silver alpha winners are: Richard Clark. Linda Jenkins, Carl Belcher, Sandra Camp, Allen Mason, Sharon Adair, Tommy Jones, Janice Carter, Judith Heavner, Charla Synak. Vicki Sheff, Ruth Lahr, Judith Buffington, Sharon Kimbro, Patrick Merkle, Jean Georges, Janeen Jamison, Dale Bower, Dinah Denham, Cherry! Spooner, Linda Watkins. 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EIGHT VALEDICTORIANS Eight members of the Alton High berg; center, Pat Young, and Gail Lecl- graduating class made straight A grades ingham and Nedra Patterson; rear, for four years. In front are, left, Pain Dennis Brandt, Mike Wyatt and Jerry Grosenheider and Elizabeth Schulen- Sims. ROBERT HALL Men...right now when you want them most... YOU SAVE 25% off comparable suits! our entire stock of DACRON & RAYON TROPICAL SUITS — Robert Hall smash-priced to... comparable value 36.95 Yes, every luxurious tropical suit of Dacron polyester and rayon in our entire stock is yours at amazing start-of-the-season savings! Wide choice of patterns and colors in regulars, shorts and longs. Hurry in for this great value event! Dacton folynltt, T.M. ol Da font There's never a charge lor alterations at Robert Hall USE OUR CONVENIENT LAYAWAY PLAN ... 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Robert Boedeker, John Rogers, Ralph Davis. Roberta Ghent. Nancy Sunderland. Maryann Robley, Mary Cartwright, Mary Daniel Lynn Gantz, athletic scholarship to University of Missouri for tuition, fees and part maintenance, renewable for three years; Rizzotto, Gregory Lafakis, Shar-i' . , ,, . . , . on Hall. Kerren Peterson. Terrahj Jcss '° '• L * on < ful1 {ultlon scho1 Daech. Nancy Hunt. Carolyn Sei- larship to the University of Illinois ler. i renewable for three years; and Richard Harting. Jessie Lyon.: Alfred J. Smith, McDonnell Air- Jane Hughson. Larry Dun<jan,i cra ft cooperative scholarship for Sharon On-ill Katherine Grady.j s , udpnt ,„ , he Univer . ary Halford, Gary Johnson, Lin-; da Sheary. ^ of Illmols Dawn Waidmann. Gloria Reid. Lyriia Bunecky. Paul Economidcs. ShefI Blll'llS James Minsker. Other awards announced by the A shed at the rear of the home high school arc: of Mrs. Elizabeth Howard, 2209 Dennis Brandt, certificate of j Locust St., was destroyed by fire meiit from (lie National Honor i of undetermined origin Wednes- Society Scholarship program: Iday afternoon. NO MONEY DOWN $50,000.00 CHALLENGE SAYS YOU CAN'T BEAT GIBSON AIR-SWEEP ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS FOR EFFECTIVE, AUTOMATIC COOLING! Gibson lays it on the line! Effective, automatic distribution of clean, cool air is th* real secret of better air conditioning. No other air conditioners made can out-perform the Gibson Air-Sweep air conditioners for even, automatic air distribution, from wafl to wall, room to room. Far more effective cooling, without hot-spots. 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