Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 6, 1950 · Page 7
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January 6, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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fftlDAY, JANUARY I, itio ALTON 1VININO TILEORAPH »AOI Alton High Lists Honor Students Alton High School honor rolls for the second grading period have been announced as follows: ' 4-t Classes High honor — Louise Arsht, Sally Duncan, Spencer Dunham, Alyce GlkMl, June Nickel), Douglas Shel- ton, Cora Windier. Honbt — Rebecca Baker, Jim Batemon, Carol Combs, Barbara Duncan, Shirley funk, Marcella Furtwenfler, Lucille Han*, Bob Johnson, Wanda Klmbro, Louis Lemp, Loretta Malone, Pat Miles, Roland Nlckens, Fred Pestner, Sally Rust, Charlotte Sawyer, Maurice Starbuck, Barbara Stockdale, Marjorle Thomataon, Bob Weber. 4-1 ClMan High honor — Carol Ballingcr, Martha Ann Boyle, Shirley Brown, Jane Date, Naney D**l>, inr Ora- tlan, Delore* Hagen, Bill Hartley, Marilyn Hendrlcks, Elinor Hortt- man, Dean Jacoby, Mary Kodros, Kenneth Lewis, Sharon Mayhall, Gerald Leeson Myers, Barbara Newcomb, Adele Nlcolet, Wilma. Privett, Katherlne Tchoukalcft, JoAhn Thompson, Marilyn W|nd- ling, Ann Wollerman. Honor — Gerald Bachman, Beverly Beck, Lotus Bertets, Darlene Bierbauni, Alvah Breitwelaer, Car; olyn Brown, Alice Budde, Kathleen Lytton's 9tH9 I* f MID-CL Nationally Famous Boyswear! We agreed not to us* maker'* name. 100% Virgin Wool Sweaters Cardigan*! Pullover* (Ski, reindeer, fancy pattern*; *olid*. Green, maroon, brown, gray. Size* 6 to 12; SO to 40 Gabardine, Broadcloth Sport Shirts Smart, long wearing, colorful plaid*! Checki! Solid*! silfl , f!49 8 to 20 * Warm, Sturdy Jr. Overcoat* TwMd»l Cevert*! Velour*! ••me with zip lining*. Navy, brown, f reen 12 3-Pc. Plaid Snow Suits Covert*! Gabardines! Velours! Site* I to JO. Alao solid Legging '14 90 Broadcloth Pajamas Coat and middy style* in Bris- Itl etripei. Site* • * It........ Long Wearing Corduroy Slacks .With pleats and zippers! Brown, 99 navy, green. 6 to 12. tytton's U, &£&*»'&»«« Cooper, Dorothy Donelson, bonnle Dowdy, Barbara Dttlaney, Mary Dunphy, Florence Duvall, Jack EC- cles»Ne)l Featherstone, Larry Kinley, Marian Fluchel, Rosemary Frye, Evelyn Greer, Marjorle Hand, Jean Harrawood, Bill liar* rli, Delorei Harris, Charles Herring, Velma Hess, Eva Mae Hoek- *tra, Shirley Holland, Everett Hurley, Lee Jacobson, Cora Johnson, Polly Ann Keehner, Jeanlnc Kumpf, Jeailetle Luft, Jim Moore, Charles Musgrave, Jackie McCoy, Twyla ' McCracken, Merle McRe- vey, Vera Olden, Hilda Jean O'Neal, Rbberta Owens, Alberta Peal, Betty Phleger, Nancy Powell, Barbara Reynar, Robert Ru- brtght, Mary Ann Schuricht, Georgene Shaw, Eunice Sheley, Bill Skeele, Vernon Sllegler, Marcel la Stone, Mary Thompson, Betty Tindall, Phyllis Tonklnson, Louis Tuetken, Clarence. Turner, Stella Ursch, Martha Watklns, Patricia Webster, Tillie Wlckenhauser, Billy Williams, Bill Joe Williams, Dave Wiseman. 8-2 Classea High honor — Marilyn Andrews, Phyllis Farrell. Honor — Sevella Allen, Margie Beneke, Marcella Cummlngs, Shirley Eckelman, Kathleen Franke, Alta Mason, Mollle Radecke, Math Roth, Donald Taylor. 8-1 Classes High honor — Fred Carstens, Carole Cox, Robert Cutforth, Phyllis Dale, Pauline Fluck, Suzanne Oilman, Vivian Foster, Patricia Hibbs, Karl Hoagland, Kenlay Hood, Rosellen Keene, Joy Schwcrdtfeger, Janice Sherwood, Georgia Smith, Martha Tollman, Bill Wilson, Crosman Woodbury, Ruth Yindrak, Darlene Zumwalt. Honor •— Charles Anick, Irwin Ballard, Gloria Bramhall, Eve.lyn Broyles, Barbara Burge, Wayne Buttry, Patsy Cato, Ruth Chappell, Jack Clark, Mattie Jean Dennis; John Dletscrty, Lawanda Dillow, Marjorie Doman, Norma Dorsey, Joyce Dunn, Betty Emery, Mary Lou Ferk, Daisy Lou Frohock, Marilyn Gabriel, Julie Geddes, Stella Hamilton, Bill Hatgrave, Barbara Harlow, Melody Harris, Carl Hartman, Patricia Headley, Bernard Heine, Eileen Killer,' Linda Hinegardner, Barbara. Jacoby, Shirley Kelly, Barbara Klmbro, Phyllis Landiss, Patricia Lawrence, Catherine Moore, John Munger, Henry Mae McCoy, John McDaniels, Johanna Norman, Danny Pelhank, Wesley Pruitt, Edward Bchaeffer, Jo Ann Scoggins, Jerry Sewell, Bob Sheldon, Eitella Sons, Charlene Spencer, Norma Spurgeon, Betty Starbuck, Charlene Turner, Joan Vieth, Peggy Wegman, Peggy Windsor, Sally Wlnkler. J-t Classes High honor — Peggy Clayton, David Murdoch, Betty Sanders. Honor — Martha FeldwiSch, Charlotte Ford, Joan Hughson, William Malson, Charlotte Meyer, Doris Rigas, Dorothy Stanka, Ella Weber, Judy Wilske. 2-1 Clause* High honor — Shirley Breitweiser, Elaine Foster, Shirley Gaghen, Joyce Hoff, Gloria Krlnard, Charles Lucht, Dorothy Norman, Sally Penning, Boris Rastchupkln, Virginia Rexroat, Vivienne Rose, Carol Schaefer, Carole Stevenson, Nean Stewart, Kay Stobbs. Honor — Ruth Barber, Juanita Barrow, Paul Becker, Larry Beckert, Joyce Brown, Mary Jean Brown, Beverly Burger, Norman Burton, Janice Bushnell, Bonnie Buttry, Geraldine Buttry, Dolores Carmona, Shirley Cartwright, Marilyn Chapman, Charles Daniels, Pat Davis, Marjorle Dehner, Shirley Ann Deuker, Shirley Due|m, Hold OES School At Carrollton CARROLLTON, Jan. «.—(Special.)-—Miss Bertha Fleker of Car- llnvllle, a grand lecturer, con- ducte;! a school of Instruction for Temple Chapter 325, O. K. S., Tuesday afternoon and evening, In the Mfts.r.nlc hall. A su,i;.'Fr wa^ served, followed by the regular meeting ot the chapter held In connection with the school. During the regular meeting, Mrs. F. L. Imus, worthy matron, appointed committees for the year. They arc as follows: Mrs. £ Roberts, Mrs. Dale Whlteman and James Nims, finance; Mrs. R. 11. Clanahan, Mrs. John Carter, Mrs. Leslie Shnfer and Mrs. Callle Short, examining; Mrs. James Thompson^ Mrs. Clarence Horn, Mrs. Carroll Sheets, Mrs. Herbert Harr, Mrs. Lee Kelly, Mrs. Jack Alfeld, Mrs. William Miner, and Mrs. Leo HlndelanR, eligibility; Mrs. Oscar Miner, Mrs. J. T. English, Mrs. H. H. Leyl, visitation; Dale Whlteman, Zach Roberts, Mrs. L. J. Powell, Mrs. Emma Pierce, Mrs. Paul Carter, Mrs. Stella Adams, and Mrs. Walter I-Ildred, endowment; Mrs. Alfred Johnson and R. L. Scott, publicity, and Miss Nlta Ford, Miss Lena Keyes and Lee K,elly, bylaws. Hostesses for the February meeting will be Mrs. Stella Adams, W. G. Vogt, Mrs. Fred Walter, Mrs. Anna Hubbard, Miss Virginia Shirley, Mrs. Georgia Wayham, Mrs. Leslie Shafer, Mrs. Clem Smith, and Miss Adah Johnson. Fair Association to Meet CAKROLLTON.—Annual meet- Ing of the stockholders of the Greene County Agricultural Fair Association will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. in the courthouse. Purpose of the meeting is to elect three directors. Other important, matters will also be brougth before the group. Nine Brother* Honored Three sets of three brothers recently received gold watches for long service with on firm at Rotherham, England. Included were three directors named Jenkins; three brothers named Twiggs, one of whom became the managing director after starting a« office boy, and three brothers named Seddon. Greene Man Leaves Estate to Widow CARROLLTON, Jan. 8.—(Spe- lal.)—The will of Henry Camerer was admitted to probate this week. t provides for payment.of debts and funeral expenses after which he estate Is left to the widow, Mrs, Margaret Camerer. Mrs. Camerer was also appointed executrix, giving bond of $1000. The will was made April 23, 1949 and witnessed by Miss Kathleen Pat Dunkel, Esther Duvall, Bob Edgell, Veronica Elder, Nancy Gabriel, Joan Gallaher, Phyllis Gittlen, Ruth Graveman, Carol Greer, Doris Harmon, Norma Harris, Robert Henderson, Cynthia Hopkins, Jacqueline Jouett, Dotty Kaus, Barbara King, Florence Kodros, Marilyn Kolesa, Billie June Lafikes, Carolyn Layton, JoAnn Leonard, Shirley Lower,y, Vladi Mank, Janice Marsh, Mary Meeden, Car- olyn'Miller, Marsha Moore, Doris Fueller, Connie Osborn, Maurice Paul, Ann Prewitt, Glenda Pruiett, Ramona Renfro, Shirley Robley, Carol Ruedin, Paul Rundell Joyce Schrumpf, Delor'es Searles Patricia Shaffer, Jeanette Shirack Jane Stouder, Bill Taylor, Janice Tolley, Marshall Tudor,, Nancy VOM, Tom Waterhouse, Ann Weaver, Dave Weaver, Dan Wells, Sarah Wetstein, Kay Wightman, Marcelline Williamson, Gerald Witt, Shirley Woodman. 1-2 Cilices High honor — Robert Bar'nwell. Honor — Janice Bonnell, Nancy Falrless, Oliver McAfoos, Dale Neudecker, Carol Stlllwell, Steven Velloff, JoAnn Webb. Special Introductory Offer t Limited Time Only! Revlon'e luxurious Aquamarine Lotion plus new Aquamarine Lotion-Soap • NOW! Regular $1.00 si/.e Aquamarine Lotion- a miraculous blond of balms smiled with cosily imported, perfumes. • PLUS— (absolutely free) llm only soap ip the world made with Aquamarine Lotion! • Same skin-smoothing ingredients, aame famous fragrance! • Use them together always ... keep lolian-iofl, lotion-smooth, head to toe! • Get (hii double-beauty package today—all foi $1.00—while this introductory oiler lasts 1 • 110 iTOMEi VatMa Mi 0. AtttlHa*y *• Maet CAttROLLTON.—The postponed meeting ot the, American Legion Auxiliary will be h«W Monday evening In the Legion hall. Hoat- CMCR will b* MM. Marry Com> brink, Mrs. Walter Preiton, Mrs. Elmer Garrison. MM. Hester Brown, Mrs. Jake Allala, Mr*. Stella Adami, Mrs. Frank Keller, and Mr». J. t. English. Home Bureau Unit Meet* CARROLLTON.—Members of the Mnder Home Bureau unit were Mtartalm* Thursday at tht h«m« ot Mr*. JMeph Prantef. the major leswn on "Choostht a Prr- ttcai Wardrobe" was given by ft <t local letter* as WM the mir r lesson ort "f»T6ve»»tl<m of Arrl« dents In the Home." Members ot the executive bonifl of the Greene County Home Bureau met today at lift) In the Farm Bureau hall. About 1,000,000 typewriter* are produced In the United State* annually. •Lytton's 9:30 («• 8 Lyttoii's Fine Quality Men's Nationally Fanwut Society Brand • Kuppenhelmer Hickey Freeman Suits 69 This U your opportunity to get a really fine auit of cloth* at a saying of many dollars. Suits expertly tailored by thrat of America 1 * most famous quality clothing firma. Broken lift* t t I

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