Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 5, 1972 · Page 16
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 5, 1972
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Two veterans show kiddies how it's done By BLOYS BRITT AP Anto Racing Writer There Is something about the magnificent $25 million track at Ontario, Calif., that brings out the best in auto racing's "over-the-hill" gang and treats pre-race favorites with disdain. There also is something about the foreboding and weatherbeaten old oval at Darlington, S.C., that coddles the favorites and gives the back of its hand to the "have- nots." Roger McCluskey, a 42- year -old campaigner from Tucson, Ariz., kept the string going for the "oldsters" by winning the rich California 500 at Ontario Sunday, pocketing $127,609.09— equal to the best full year he has ever had in racing. Bobby Allison, stock car racing's top money winner this year, started on the pole as the pre-race favorite and went on to duel David Pearson down to the wire to win the ancient Southern 500 at Darlington. Allison's $21,040 paycheck lifted his 1972 winnings to the $200,000 mark and made him the year's top events winner. There also was tragedy in . a big Labor Day weekend that saw two of racing's premiere events—Ontario and Darlington—draw in excess of 200,000 fans. One driver was killed and another injured in weeks that spoiled the Lake Garnclt Grand Prix at Garnett, Kan. Ralph Miller, 37, of Wichita and a veteran of 18 years on the tracks, died when his sports car crashed after tangling with another machine. His was the fifth fatality auto racing in the U.S. this year. Al Essig of Overland Park, Kan., was seriously hurt when his formula C racer struck some water-filled retainer barrels in the Garnett race. Elsewhere, Jack Bowsher drove a Ford to victory in a dirt track race before 15,721 at DuQuoin, 111. Bosher, covering the 100 miles in a track record 1 hour, 2 minutes and 52.34 seconds, was paid $5,522. Another 300 Game SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Jim Stefanich of Joliet, 111., rolled his third perfect game in as many weeks Monday, but the winning pinfall in the South Bend Open Bowling Tournament belonged to another. Dog vs. horse Track camera at racetrack at Salute Livrade, near Bordeaux, France, captured the finish of trotter race Friday, revealing an enthusiastic i'ox terrier which jumped on the track for some impromptu racing. The horse, named Doudrac, still won the race by a nose and the terrier, named Milon, came in second. (AP Wirephoto via Cable from Paris) Wrong shoes hurt Oilers in 26-14 loss By PAT THOMPSON MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (AP) — The offense of the Minnesota Vikings stood up to be recognized. The offense of the Houston Oilers brought the wrong shoes, and had trouble keeping its footing. The Vikings, led by comeback efforts, rolled up 399 yards and subdued the Oilers 26-14 Monday night in a National Football League preseason game. Houston Coach Bill Peterson admitted after the game the Oilers had brought soccer shoes' from Texas to play on a Metropolitan Stadium field that became slippery after a brief pregamo rain. "We weren't wearing the right shoes," said Oiler quarterback Dan Pastorini, whose touchdown passes of 17 yards to Charlie Joiner in the first ^™ ^^ m ^^^^ i ^^h~_ ^ ^^-^^•1 > jmn^mi^itt • OUR 1OOTH ANNIVERSARY VPAR ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DIAL 405-4375 Open Moii. thru Sat. 8:30 am to 5:30 pin a* sa&V-^Sv-i v*a*i5 Wl& :,*i'^. "•^ l\ m& ' WARDS RIVERSIDE' LIFETIME SUPREME MUFFLER REPLACEMENT -GUARANTEE For as long at you own the car on which installed,Montgomery Ward will furniih a free replacement for any Rweriide Supreme Muffler which fails for any reason. If Montgomery Ward originally irulalled the muffler, it will install the replacement free. Return muffler to any Montgomery Ward branch (any branch having invlallalion facilities, if free installation included) wilh evidence of purchaie. 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The Houston-Minnesota game topped off a five-day Labor Day weekend that saw all NFL clubs in action. The 13 games', next to last exhibitions before the regular season openers Sept. 17, were important for coaching staffs. The NFL squads must be chopped to 44 players each by 4 p.m. today. Washington's Rod skins started the weekend last Thursday by whipping the Miami Dolphins 27-24. Detroit got by Baltimore 24-17 in a Friday night game at Tampa, Fla. There were seven games Saturday, one of which saw the Kansas City Chiefs end the 15-game winning streak of the Dallas Cowboys 20-10. Elsewhere, Denver demolished New England 4924, the New York Jets beat Atlanta 9-6, Pittsburgh easily handled New Orleans 56-7, San Diego took Los Angeles 14-13 in a neighborhood battle, St. Louis rode by Green Bay 31-10, and the New York Giants defeated Philadelphia 27-12. In Sunday games, San Francisco shut off Oakland's 4-0 preseason streak with a 34-21 decision in another neighborhood struggle; Cincinnati defeated Cleveland before 86,000 in Colummis, Ohio; and Chicago earned a 2'J24 tie with Buffalo on a play that came after regulation time had run out. Gibby loses toughie again to Montreal ST. LOUIS (AP) - Montreal got the best of veteran hurler Bob Gibson 1-0 Monday but the St. Louis Cardinals rebounded in the second game of a Labor Day doubleheader to defeat the Expos 8-7. The split kept St. Louis in fourth place in the National League East, just two games ahead of the Expos. A crowd of 12,427 was on hand for the holiday twin bill. They, watched Cardinal Jim Bibby take the second game victory for his first win in the major leagues. Bibby is up from the American Association Cardinal farm club at Tulsa, Okla., where he won 13 and lost nine this season. Montreal collected three first - inning runs off Bibby "After that, I got a few curve balls over and did better," he said. Expos Carl Motion recorded his first shutout in two years in downing St. Louis 1-0 during the opener. Morton's record went to 6-12. Gibson, still looking forward to another 20-victory season, stands at 15-9. "I tried to match Gibson zero for zero," Morton commented. "That's how I approached the game. Once we got the run, I relaxed a little. But I haven't pitched well enough to stay around very long." Montreal's winning tally came off Gibson in the fifth on a base on balls, a ground- out and the run-scoring single by Bob Bailey. "If we play well and finish ahead of the Cardinals it will be gratifying," Expos skipper Gene Mauch said. "But if they just finish behind us, it's nothing." St. Louis manager Red Schoendicnst plans to use rookie infielders Mike Tyson and Ken Reitz in tonight's final contest with the Expos. After that the Cardinals leave town for a nine-day trip that begins in Philadelphia Wednesday. MONDAY (First Game) MONT .(1) CARDS (0) Player AB R H Player AB R H Hunt 3 0 1 Brock 402 Falrey 000 Sizemore 201 Day 400 Carbo 400 Singleton 402 Torre 4 0 1 Fairly 400 Simmons 400 McCarver4 0 0 Cruz 201 Jorgensn 310 Anderson 300 Foil 403 Kelcher 200 Bailey 3 0 1 Voss 1 0 0 Morton 400 Crosby 000 Gibson 300 Totals 33 1 7 Totals 29 0 5 Inning 123456789 RHE MONT. 000010000—1 7 0 CARDS 000000000—0 5 0 Alton Evening Telegraph Tuesday, September 5,1972 B-5 In and out of area hospitals Trevino srabs it all WETIIERSF1ELD, Conn. (AP) — Lee Trevino has not done well in two previous shots at the World Series of Golf, but he goes into this weekend's big showdown with the momentum of a tournament victory and "my game together." Trevino warmed up for his Akron, Ohio, tourney against Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Gay Brewer by winning the $25,000 first prize in the Greater Hartford Open in a one-hole playoff with Lee Elder. "1 have the momentum," Canadians loss avenge TORONTO (AP) - Team Canada played the waiting game Monday night and reaped the fruits of a costly lesson. "We found out a lot by losing Saturday night," said Coach Harry Sinden after the Canadians handed Kussia a 41 setback at Maple Leaf Gardens to avenge a 7-3 loss at Montreal. The Canadians, left in the wake of the well-conditioned Soviet players in the opener, made their own breaks Monday and kept the visiting speedsters in check. Phil Kspofiito, Yvn Cournoyer, Peter Mahovlich and Frank MuhovMch scored for Team Canada. Alexandra Y a k u h s e v broke Team C' a n a d a goaltender Tony Esposito's shutout early in the third period T h e Canadians came through wilh three third- period goals, the first by Cournoyer while the Soviets were a man short and the second b> K>ter Mahovlich while the Canadians had a man in the penalty box. said Trevino. "I'm in the best shape I've ever been in. My legs are strong. I'm hitting the ball farther than ever before. I've got my game together." Trevino had to drop a 12- foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole to get into the playoff with Elder and then sink a dramatic 16-footer on the first sudden-death hole to win the $12"),000 Hartford tournament. Elder, attempting to score his first tour victory and thus become the first black to qualify for the prestigious Masters Golf Tournament, eould have won in regulation had his five-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole not hung on the lip. "You wonder what you have to do to win." said a dejected Elder, who won $1-4.300. Trevino said he felt like lp a heel" for taking the victory away from Elder. "I know how much this means to him, with the Masters and all." said Trevino. "I felt good that I Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Dorothy Hooten, 623 E. Broadway Neda Koertge, Brighton Mrs. Betty, Kroeger, Dorsey George Demas, East Alton Mrs. Mary Stovall, Bethalto Earl Smith, 2317 Central Mrs. Irma Heeren, Cottage Hills Edward Twarog, Bethalto Roland James, Wood River Raymond Crawley, Bethalto Mark Hamilton, Wood River Mrs. Cecilia Nestle, 616 East 16th Jane Pinkerton, 2027 Main Mary Laster, Wood River Betty Blackketter, Jefseyville Mrs. Julia Price, Bethalto Charles Knipping , South Roxana Ralph Wilkerson, Wood River Opa! Rives, 2113 Rockewell Mrs. Margaret Weber, 2210 Washington Charles Toner, Benld Virginia Longfellow, 3227 Theresa Eileen Rosenthal, Roxana Keri O'Brien, East Alton Dean Taylor, 2205 Krug Floyd Griffel, Hobart, Ind. Mrs. Marie Sossomen, Wood River Michele Long, Edwardsville Deborah Flowers, East Alton Mrs. Wilma Minor, Bethalto Carrie Hunt, East Alton Mrs. Iris Rufus, 1114 Green Mrs. Dawn Smith, 4824 Cinderella Hugh Blaske, 1714 State Hugh Grote, Godfrey Travis Young, Godfrey Mrs. Joan Gardner, Godfrey Donald Calvey, East Alton Henry Williams, 832 Washington Mrs. Grace Doles, 511 Washington Everett Peyton, Shipman Mrs. Margaret Johnson, 2826 E. Broadway Cletis Greenwood, Wood River Ronald Sones Jr., Bethalto Michale Sherman, East Alton Terrance Wright, Brighton Mrs. Judy Diddlebock, 721 Euclid DISMISSALS Bruno Flieger, 2807 North Kenneth Pifer, Godfrey Donald Burns, 2910 Edwards Delbert Brooks, Rte. 1 Mrs. Eva Fromme, Wood River Mrs. Gertrude Dorris, 7 Montery Barbara Campbell, Jerseyville Mrs. Mary Johnson, 1715 Maupin MONT, (Second . (7) Player AB Day Foil Singleton Fairly 5 4 4 4 McCarver 3 Jorgnsn Bailey Torres McAnally Strhmayr Fairey Renko Woods T.Walker H.Breedn 3 3 3 1 0 1 0 \ 0 1 R 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Game) CARDS (8) Player AB Cruz Crosby Melendez Jutze Simmons Voss , Anderson Keleher Bibby Segui 5 4 5 4 3 5 4 4 1 1 R 2 T 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 H 1 2 2 0 3 3 0 1 1 1 had won, and then bad. But 1 wouldn't let my wife beat me if 1 I'ould help it." Both Eldor and Trevino wouldn't have been in a playoff had il not been for the disaster that struck Una sophomore Ralph .lohns'on of Garden City, N.Y., on the fourth to the last hole. •Johnston, a eo-lea-.^er with Curtis Sifford aft-.r r >4 holes, scored a four-under-p:->r 31 on the front nine and tmiiec! the 14th to take "a three stroke lead. But im lead e\ H»orat"d when he triple-honeyed the par four 15ih when he sprayed his drive into the woods, took two shots to get ba^k onto the fairwav and then t ; irec- putted from 15 feet. Trevim/ and Elder f.nishei regulation play wi'h i:j-unc!er- par 269s, the lowest 72-hole total on the tour this "ear. Totals 33 7 12 Totals 36 8 14 Inning 123456789 UHE MONT 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2— 7 12 2 CARDS 21130010 X—.8 14 0 Chicago team again captures national title ST. LOUIS (AP) - The Chicago Carluccis won their sixth national championship and their fourth straight game Monday night with a 14-5 drubbing of the Chicago American Rivets in the American Softball Association's 16-Inch slow-pitch national tournament. The Carluccis, a team founded in 1942, collected 16 hits including shortstop Al Ceck's two-run homer in the first. Ed Zolna, 43, was the winning pitcher allowing nine hits. Ceck led the team with six RBI's: It was the second loss handed to the Rivets by the Carluccis Monday. The Rivets lost 5-1 to the Carluccis in the finals of the winners' bracket competition, and the Rivets earned a second shot when they defeated a team from Champaign, 111., 10-4 in the last game of the losers' bracket. The Rivets, who ended the tourney with a 4 and 2 record, would have had to beat Car- luccis twice Monday night, while Carluccis 6 and 0 in tourney play, needed only one victory over the Rivets as they came out of the losers' bracket The 16-inch softball class differs with other competition sanctioned by the Amateur Softball Association in that the ball is 16 inches in circumference. The tournament began Friday with 24 entries. Joyce Williams, Brighton Patrick Cantwell, Wood River Lisa Miller, Godfrey Betsy Kuykendall, East Alton Richard Rickey, Bethalto Donald Williams, Bethalto Mrs. Margaret Kline, 1127 Seller Raymond Crawford, 1714 Feldwisch Mrs. Ostell Hallows, Godfrey Mrs. Georgeanne Stevens, Wood River Karen Mapel, 2005 Ridge Mrs. Betty Mueller, 700 Alby Mrs. Martha Hall, Edwardsville Mrs. Joanne Waggener, Godfrey Mrs. Wilma Schaaff, South Roxana Mrs. Dora Beck, 1420 Higland Mrs. Judy Diddlebock, 721 Euclid Herscel Scoggins, Cottage Hills Mrs. Kaethe Sears, Jerseyville Ewald Emde, 2729 Hfficrest Woodrow Davis, Bethalto Mrs. Rachel Fessler, 3019 Ethel Leonard Claxton, 1530 E. 4th Bobby Rodgers, 617 Forest Aaron Bodwell, 3208 Myrtle Steven Dixon, Jerseyville Thomas Ruyle, 9 Holly Hill John Herman, Edwardsville Barney Middlecoff, 1203 Wesley Beverly Plummer, Godfrey George Wreath, 3412 Brown Mrs. Rosie McDonald, Wood River Mrs. Vera Linkeman, Edwardsville Mrs. Mary Roderfeld, 3109 Mission Mrs. Barbara Allen, Hartford Mrs. Janet Ott, Wood River Mrs. Peggy Gresham, 3105 Hillcrest Mrs. Beulah Taylor, 2523 Bostwick Mrs. Nadene Covey, Cottage Hills Lew Douglas, 1234 W. 9th Mrs. Judy Permenter, Wood River Mrs. Candace Simmons, Shipman Gwendolyn Gilchrest, 2520 Salu Dallas Myers, 717 Alby Dawn Beer, Carlinville Carol Johnson, Godfrey Weldon Tucker, Wood River John Stark, East Alton Thomas Carter, Bethalto Craig Cain, Bethalto Roberta Dumey, 925 Washington Hugh Grote, Godfrey Kelly Eatmon, Bunker Hill Woman doctor to restore hospital by Cong AT OLD K1HLEY (JLubur Day fail ptlhc tournament) Guidon's, Place Belleville i. Alton Lancers 3 (championship) C'ofleen 5, Sanduvul 3 (third PULL') overrun By JUDY VAN SLYKE MACOMB, 111. (AP) — A woman doctor called "the big grandmother of medicine" by the Montagnard villagers she has served for 13 years, plans to return to South Vietnam within the next few days to pick up the pieces of her mission hospital, overrun by the Viet Cong last spring. Dr. Patricia Smith, who adopted two Montagnard youngsters during her last tour of duty in Vietnam, says her only regret is that she must leave the two boys—Del, 5, and Weir, 3—behind. "I did everything possible to get the boys out of Vietnam when the fighting intensified last March," she said in an interview, "and I don't dare take them back to Vietnam until they are U.S. citizens and have the protection of U.S. passports." Dr. Smith, 45, almost a legend among the tribal villagers of South Vietnam, returned to her native Seattle after the Minh Quy hospital in Kontum was overrun by North Vietnamese forces May 29. Before she left Indochina, however, she and another American doctor, Dr. John Taylor, 27, of Baltimore managed to evacuate most of the hospital's patients to an emergency clinic in Pleiku. "Back in April and May it looked like things were going down the drain as far as the war was concerned," Dr. Smith said. She is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sabhash Juni in Macomb, and plans to leave her two sons with them when she returns to . South Vietnam. Mrs. Subhash worked as a nurse in the Kontum hospital for 15 months with I)r Smith. "I'm still very pessimistic about what's happening over there but I must get back to the hospital," she added. "It's my life and it's something 1 have to do." Dr. Smith volunteered for medical work m South Vietnam in 1959 to fight malaria, leprosy, tuberculosis and rabies among the Mon- tagnard villagers. But the war interfered with her intended practice, and she has spent most of her time treating war casualties. The mission hospital, which acres for as many as 220 bedridden patients and another 200 outpatients at a time, is supported by Catholic Relief Services. a group of Dr. Smith's friends in Seattle also send $40,000 a year through the Kontum Hospital Fund to support the hospital's work. Dr. Smith hopes to be able to move the hospital's patients back to Kontum from Pleiki as soon as possible." "Within six months I'm afraid no Americans are going to be able to live and work over there," she said, "and I want to reconsolidate our hospital in Kontum before I have to leave again." Dr. Smith plans to return to the United States by Christmas, if not for good at least to visit her children. Three-day work week (JASTONIA, N.C. (AP) Wales Manufacturing Co., a textile firm that that produces knitted fabrics, went on a three-day work week Monday. Lester Cutler, the company president, said his 120 em- ployes have been divided into four groups. Each will work three 12-hour days for 40 hours pay, then have four days off. The plant will be open 24 hours a day, Monday through Saturday, he said. The president said he began the new schedule because of high absenteeism under ^ four-day, 40-hour week begun a few weeks ago. He said he hopes employe morale will improve and expects the new program will attract more employes. Before the summer change to four days a week, Wales was on a five-day, 40-hqur schedule. St. \nthony's ADMISSIONS Lloyd Richards., 1900 Orchard Drain Wilson, 2319 Birch Douglas Endicott, Bethalto Mrs. Ltipe Acosta, 224 Dorris Joseph Sheppard, East Alton Nellie Manley, East Alton Clement Piazza, East Alton Cheryl Harrison, Wood River Danny Brooks, Cottage Hills Mrs. Melba Boehler, Godfrey Mrs. Cassie Knox, Mill Spring, Mo. DISMISSALS Mrs. Juanita Eads, 1230 W. 9th Judith Aslone, 2211 Central Mrs. Marian Foster, East Alton Brenda Ehlers, Cottage Hills Troy Trammel, Brighton Cletis Greenwood, Wood River Harry Flowers III, Moro Rebecca Elliott, 719 E. 5th Donald Darr, Bethalto Sean Roseman 3202 Belle Manor Lorraine Smith, East Alton Mrs. Ora Lewis, 3205 Franor Mrs. Jane Anderson, Bethalto Alice Johnson, 1614 Terrace Robert Crammond, Godfrey Mrs. Lynn Belchik, 205 Wisconsin Lloyd Chambers, East Alton John Jordan, 2116 Country Club Harold Brenner, 254 Dooley St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Kimberly Allton, 3302 Belle Kenneth Fessler, Stutz Lane Dixon Hyndman, 1217 Alby Mrs. Vivian Namowiz, Wood River Mrs. Carry White, 911 Piasa Isaac Williams, 2103 Clawson Mrs. Mabel Barr, East Alton Mrs. Lucie Bowyer, Edwardsville Mrs. Judith Carter, Hartford Delbert Dean, Godfrey Jay Emmons, Godfrey Mrs. Marian Griffin, 3840 Aberdeen Elizabeth Guccione, 1415 State Roy Hopkins, Hartford Walter Kaiseur, 1207 Cooper Guzssie King, 218 East 6th Mrs. Diana Sanchez, 2618 Krum Mrs. Frances Sparks, Wood River Elmer Steinbrueck, 3503 Oscar Mrs. Nettie Miller, East Alton James Cress, 620 E. 5th Christopher Durbin, Wood River Willard Hoppe, Edwardsville Stacey Hutchins, Brighton Harris Lynch, Edwardsville Richard Madison, 1219 Pearl James Martin, St. Louis James Neese, Bethalto Jarol Stahl, South Roxana Michael Wright, Rte. 1, Box 3, Bunker Hill Michael Yost, 208 Virginia Wills Alexander, 1419 Monroe Barbara Jackson, 321 E. 4th DISMISSALS Thomas Bagley, Edwardsvlle Kurt Buster, 1933 Esther Suanne Carroll, Godfrey Barbara Farthing, Roxana Jacqueline Force, Bethalto Denzil Ridenour Jr., Medora Ruth Rulon, Carrollton William Scott Jerseyville Brenda Swaringim, Wood River Willis Alexander, 1419 Monroe Mrs. Nell Beall, 2203 Virginia Mrs. Jeanne Bedwell, Wood River Mrs. Mary Brand, 917 Hutnboldt Christopher Durbin, Wood River William Hapcr, 2614 Krum Mrs. Marie Herron, 2421 Seminary Mrs. Gayle Johnson, 3711 11 ore Mrs. Gertrude Kelley, East Alton L e w i s Kershaw, Edwardsville Gary Laird, Graf ton Mrs. Dorothy Landuyt, Godfrey Joseph Novack. West Alton Mrs. Florence Hiplinger, Blinker Hill Mrs. Agnes St. George, Godfrey Mrs. Corinne Sorbie, Godfrey Mrs. Carol Stahl. South lioxana Mrs. Ethel Allen. Jerseyville William Bridneman. Brighton Mrs. Shirley Condry. 515 State Mrs. Amanda Dorsey. 3 West Ik' Kenneth Fessler. Stutz Lane Mrs. Anna Fnederich, Kcl- wardsville llayden Green. 3114 College Mrs. Edith Jones. 97 Sullivan M.S. Carolyn Kuehnel, Hartford William Melton, Madison Helen Oxley, Bethalto Vernon 1'lager, Godfrey Jackie Spitzner, 249 Madison Michael Warlick, 1928 Alby Donald Whitlock 230 George Mrs. Lois Wilson. East Alton Kimberly Allton, 3302 Belle Sandra Rodney, Brighton Mrs. Leona Hultt, Hartford Charles Pierce, Hartford Mrs. Juanita Nelson, M^dtson Michael Kiffmeyer, 275 Lorena Charles Watson, Hartford Mrs. Laura Pierce, Cottage Hills L. C. Rettinghaus, East Altnn Lisa Brooks, East Alton Ronald Brooks, East Alton Kenneth McDonald, Alton DISMISSALS Mrs. Kathy Ball, Cottagp Hills Jessie Gleason, East Alton Mrs. Jane Coffman, 89 N. Main Mrs. Sharon Burns, East Alton Mrs. Theresa Bramlet, 788 State Frank Doerr, Bethalto Sandra Naylor, Bethalto Mrs. Betle Hotuiz, Bethalto Mary Maxeiner, Alton Mrs. Candis Ellison, Alton Franklin McCool, Madison Russell Talley, South Roxana Mrs. Rosie Staggs, East Alton Linda Compton, Grafton John Webster, Granite City Mrs. Wilma Asbury, 0/6 Grove Thomas Reener, East Alton Mrs. Cafey Busby, 30 W. Penning Joan Whitlock, Alton Mrs. Ella Butler, East Alton Mrs. Patsy Young, Alton Anthony Creasy, Granite City Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Charles Scott, Jerseyville Helen Walters, Jerseyville Alma Smith, Pearl Edward Hagen, Kampsville Andrew Snyders, Batchtown William Steckel, Jerseyville John Shanks, Hardin Mina Greenwalt, Grafton Peggy Brown, Jerseyville Eugenia Breden, Hardin Marc Hicks, Fieldon Mrs. K a t h r y n Angel, Michael Margaret Becker, Carrollton Michael Pruitt, Fieldon Cahrles Lucas, Hardin Mary Mackelden, Jerseyville Cathy Heitzig, Jerseyville Linda Crotchett, Jerseyville Wilma Ruyle, Medora Ted Ringhausen, Jerseyville Merrill Foiles, Brighton DISMISSALS Tony Schmittag, Jerseyville Joseph Fuhler, Brussels Lloyd Stone, Jerseyville Harold Wainwright, Jer- seyvUle Dollie Wayman, Medora Vincent Arnold, Grafton Frank Parsell, Jerseyville Eugene Kelley, Jerseyville Russell Davidson, Jerseyville Edgar Darr, Jerseyville Vicki Hunter, Jerseyville Jeffery Miller, Hamburg Donnie Miller, Hardin Raymond Maag, Jerseyville Mrs. Sonia Burch, Fieldon Cathy Heitzig, Jerseyville Boyd Memorial " (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Phillip Tohlman, Carrollton Tammy Fletcher, Winchester William Fletcher, Winchester Laura Guccione, Alton Darren Huff, Chesterfield Athen Vinyard, Sr., Greenfield Mrs. Sophia Klaas, Kamp- svi'le Mrs. Fern Bak?r, Carrollton Mrs. Janet Stendeback, Eldred DISMISSALS Mrs. Ruth Armol, Greenfield George Rfeve.s, Michael M r s Barbara Howland, Carrollton M r s J-.inice Olmstead, Carrolllon T ;t m m \ Fletcher, Winchester Laura diir-ione, Alton Darren Huff, Chesterfield \V i 11 i a in Fletcher, Winchester St. Joseph's (Hit'hland) ADMISSIONS l.oui-;e Breitbarth, M rs Kc!w:irdsv:lle Flov Neuc'ecker. F.dwardsville R o b e r t F.berhart, Ed- '!_'. Kciu'jrdsville 'iibe. Kdwardsville Mc.Michaol, Ed- Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Daniel Crane, Alton Mrs. Norm a Hale, East AH-m James Willmon, East Alton Joseph Hardwick, Bethalto Susie Fuget, Cottage Hil's .lames 1. ;> Gf"r.'e D..1 es >e wards\ i'!i Fred'.ner. Kdwardsville DISMISSALS Joseph ll'-ntz, Edwardsville Mrs. NVllie Walther, Ed- \\ai\ls\ i!lt .1 e r o m e Holtmann, Ed- \vurdsvilk' Stauiiton Community ADMISSIONS Ellis BvMtorf, F.dwardsville Mark KraimT, Stauntou James Kaufman, Curlmv^f Margaret Bonifer, Stauntoj Anna Wade, Staunton Mailey Penatoro, Staumoa Jackie Co/art, Stauntoa Beulah Kiiisey, Wordea DISMISSALS Pearl Weller, Eagerville Anton Oi-epek, Livingstoa Geraleine Soothe, Staunton Steven Manley, Staimton Dame! Lyiin, Wilsouville

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