Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1963 · Page 3
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July 8, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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JOLV 8» 1963 ALTON EVENING KEY MEN HONORED Key Mail awards were presented to man, were presented Exhausted Rooster Bob Gill (second from right) and Rich pins in recognition of retirement from Martin (right) for their work in the Jayeees. Miller also received a JCI Jaycces this past year. From left, Bud Senatorship and Wiseman a life mem- Miller, Terry Slayton, and Alvin Wise- bcrship in Jayeees, Receive Community Service Awards AWARDS FOR SERVICE Dr. Gordon If. Moore and Herman T. Bunyan were presented service awards by the Alton Junior Chamber of Commerce for their contributions to the community and the Alton Jayeees during the last 12 months. Dr. Gordon Moore, H. T. Bunyan Honored by Alton Junior Chamber LUXURIOUS COMFORT FOR SITTING AND SLEEPING BY SIMMONS LEXINGTON Hlde-A-Bed sofa In a hearth-warm tweed cover in your choice of colors. The cushion* are famous Beautyrest . . . there's none finer . . . $27950 Community Service Citations were presented to Dr. Gordon F. Moore and Herman T. Bunyan by Alton Junior Chamber of Commerce Saturday night at an annual installation banquet at Hotel Stratford. The awards were presented for outstanding community service work and assistance given to the Jayeees during the year. Dean Gordon. Monticcllo, 111., newly-elected vice president of the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce, spoke on community service projects of Jaycee chapters and urged participation of all members. He said one man cannot make an outstanding organization. The combined efforts of every man are needed to produce a first rate group. Awards were presented to several Jayeees for their outstanding contributions during the year. Special citations were given to those retiring from membership. Koy Men Robert Gill and Richard Mar- tin were presented the Key Man awards for their outstanding contributions of service to the Alton Jayeees. Ronald Pearson received a special citation for his excellence as committee chairman of Mombcrsliip, Spoke, and Orientation. Three men received Exhausted Rooster pins, signifying retirement from Jaycee membersip, all being 3G years old, the upper age limit of the organization. They are Terry Slayton, Harold Bud Miller and Alvin Wiseman. Miller, who has been local president, and stale director for the Alton chapter of the Jayeees, was presented a Junior Chamber International Senatorship, tor his outstanding contribution to the Alton Jayeees. Wiseman, who also has been president of the Alton Jayeees and a member longer than anyone else, was given a life membership for his fine work. Martin received the Jaycee of Ihe Quarter Award for his serv- ice during three months. Miller was appointed stale chairman of JCI Senatorship by newly-elected Illinois stale Jaycee president, Dick Bayer, who also spoke briefly at the galhering. Eighl Jayeees received the Spoke Award, a citation presented to a first-year Jaycee for completing a planned program of service and leadership. They are: Porter Wilson, Henry Cairns, Tom Pitt, Chuck Connour, James Milligan, Tom Powers, Pearson, and Gill. Travel Trophy Presented The Alton chapter presented a travel trophy to Jayeees of Brighton for having the largest delegation at the state convention. Gordon then presented a plaque to the Alton chapter for initiating th'e chapler at Brighton this past year. Robert J. Miller was installed president of the Alton Jayeees for the coming year. Others installed were Clarence Hickerson, internal vice president; Martin, external vice president; Ken Ross, treasurer; Wilson, secretary; and Don Koppenhaver, state director. Pele Fuchs, retiring president was presented a past president's plaque for his fine leadership in 1962-63. Donald Aldridge and Bud Miller received past director's pins. Officers of Ihe Jaycee auxiliary were also installed at the meeting. The new officers are: Mrs. Pete Fuchs, president; Mrs. Donald Aldridge vice president; Mrs. Harold Miller, treasurer; Mrs. George Spence, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Ken Ross, recording secretary. The retiring president, Mrs. Cliff Newcomb, was presented gifts for her work this past year. There were 100 persons attending the event, which concluded with a dance in the Sky Room of the hotel. LONDON—An English beautician caught a man robbing her shop recently and held him by the hah- until police arrived. ALTO REFRIGERATION ****************************** AT * * JUST ACROSS THE STREET FROM GERMANIA SAVINGS BUILDING We Welcome You to Visit Us — See Our Complete Frigidaire Line LAST CALL FOR FRIGIDAIRE WEEK SPECIALS MOST POPULAR FRIGIDAIRE 2-DOOR! 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