Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 14, 1961 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 14, 1961
Page 12
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Al/TOIf JBVIBNINQ TffiJDQIIAfM FRIDAY, APRIL 14,1*1 Marqwette's Honor Rolls For Quarter Honor rtrtls at Mtnjuette High School for the third quarter hav Seniors — Maine Alsberg. Ma ry Jane Davey, Patricia Duello lumen Hatne, David Kuebrich James McPike, Elaine Patrick John Schell. Linda Sen?.. Juniors— Dorothy Dodd. Judy Dondanvflle. Ted Duello. Norman Kolb, Joseph Murphy, Kathleen Stephan. Sophomres — Carole Cornell Cynthia Davenport, Madeleine Duvey, Thomas Filardo, Catherine Harmon, Mary Jane Howard James Jackson. Jane Hamper lady Springman. Freshmen — Veronica Daly Mary Beth Dodd. Anne Donnelly Patricia Dooling, Francis Herzog Thomas Leigh. Susan Maguire Nancy McCarthy, Donald Morri son, Marilee Pennell. Sharon Stor mer, Kenneth Van Buren. Stitind Honors Seniors — Ruth Ann Corbin Anne Dondanvifle. Frank Doyle Mary Fahnestock. Mary Catherine Fischer. Thomas Gavin, Sarah Jane Haug, Ruth Jackson. Nancy Klasner. Carolyn Klaus, Marilyn Kulp Lyndel Leritz. Maria Myers. Patricia Newnom, Thomas Pennell, Monica Sladek. Susan Sprmgman, Thomas Velloff, Ronald Webb. Juniors — Lorraine Bonafede, Carol Borman, Mary Kay Bucher. Michael CriveDo. Margaret Dooling, Kathleen Glynn. Mary Ann Hausmann. Kathleen LaBrot, Leslie Manns. Clyde Stewart Thomas Taul, Michael Tueth, Paula Yost. Sophomores — Jo Ann Bimslager. Theresa Davey. Alice Dwiggins, Mary Ann Henry. Susan Horrell. Kathy May. John Kesh-j ner. Elizabeth McPike. Elizabeth' Pohlman, Kathleen Schreader. Jo Anne Seni. Freshmen — John Baker, Lar-j ry Bellm, Marie Britts, Pauline! Davey, Judith Farrar. Thomas j Mines, Jane Jehle. Cynthia Kasten. Susan Kennedy. Thomas Kuip, Mary Sue Peters, Sharon Siemer, Thomas Tueth, Stephanie Walters. Character Honors Seniors — Thomas Bonn, Joan Daily, Patricia Duello. James Haine, Carolyn Klaus, Lyndel Leritz, James McPike, Patricia Newman, Ondina Osorio, Elaine Patrick, Mary Saale, Linda Senz, Thomas Waters, Ronald Webb. Juniors—Helen Ahrting, Lorraine Bonafede, Dorothy Dodd. Margaret Dooling, Ted Duello, Mary Ann Gillespey. Norman Kolb. Kathleen La Brot, Maryi Margaret McCleish, Joseph Mur- 1 phy. David RoDer, Kathleen Stephen. Clyde Stewart, Thomas Taul. Sophomores — Jo Ann Bimslager, Carole Cornell, Cynthia Davenport, Madeleine Davey, Thomas Filardo, Marlene Gorski, Rose Marie Harshbarger, Susan Horrell, Mary Jane Howard, James Jackson, Jane Kamper, Kathleen Schreader, Jo Anne Seni, Judy. Springman, Marie Williams. Freshmen — Marie Britts. Rowena Bruns. Veronica Daly. Patricia Dooling, Judith Griffin, Cynthia Kasten. Susan Kennedy, Susan Maguire, Nancy McCarthy, Donald Morrison, Marilee Pennell, Diane Saenz, Margaret Tueth, Thomas Tueth. Thomas Venhaus, Patricia Waters. Ringhausen Heads Board Of Unit 100 JERSEYVILLE — The organ! zation meeting of the Board of Education of Community Unit 100 was ehld Wednesday evening. Christ Ringhausen was re-elected as president of the board and Mrs. Janet Gorecki was named again as secretary- Miss Betty Stanley and Mrs. Helen Lawder were re-employed as unit nurses. Committees for the year will bei named at a future meeting of thej board. In the election of Saturday, only 182 votes were cast in the entire district. Candidates seeking re-election were unopposed. W. K. Wieland for board member received 169 votes and William Gilman was given 175 votes. Louis Gorman of Jerseyville received one write-in vote and William Smith of Elsah received two write in votes. Brut-fit Fikb Fry JERSEYVILLE - The public is invited to attend a fish fry to be given Saturday evening at the Dow School. Serving will begin at 5 p.m. Proceeds from the project will be ustd for the benefit ol the Dow, Elsah, Otterville Khoury League Auuouuce Birth of 800 JERSEYVILLE - Local relatives have received announcement of the birth of a son, Brian Paul, to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Schnetignecke of Carrollton Wednesday at the Boyd Memorial Hospital. Tht baby, the first child oi tht- couple weighed * pounds and 1 ounce. He is a grandson oi Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Klunk of Jerseyville and Mrs. Augu-t Schnfttgoecke of Carrollton. and is a great grand- VHP of Mrs. Helena Bartlett and Hr*,. Emma Klunk of Jersey viJle and Mr*. 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