Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1968 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 28, 1968
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Pi", ALTON EVENING mfi8ftAf*t FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1968 SANDY STIMAC CAROL GORNAtL CHESTER BROOKE JOHN R. HARVEY DEBBIE MCINTmE Seven Roxana Award Winners To Attend Illinois Colleges {Seven Roxana High Schoo graduates will attend schoo Mthin Illinois and an eight Will travel to Utah to atten classes this fall in the latest an nouncement of student award -winners from Roxana. i; Steve .Titsworth, son of Mr find Mrsi Jack Titsworth of 35 Bender Ave., East Alton, wil ittend Utah State University in l&gan, where he will major in Wildlife Management. ;:' ? Titsworth was a winner of an Honorary Illinois State Scholar {Ship and was a member of the WOOD RIVER EAGLES DANCE SAT. NIGHT BENNY'S TRIO Dancing: from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. SANDY BEACH Open 10 am-8 phi daily *Children 40c (2 to 12) *Adults 7Sc Phone 377-9364 ' One mile east of Bethaltb, or turn North off Route 140 at Meadowbrook. Watch for signs. LIFEGUARD ALWAYS ON DUTY baseball team at Roxana. Iter of commendation. Two of the recent graduates will attend' Southern Illinois University In Carbondale. Carol Gornall will take courses leading to a degree in accounting at that school while her classmate, Sandy Stlmac, will major in commercial art. Miss Stimac received an Illinois State Scholarship to attend the school and was active in activities while in high school. She received the Daughters of the American Revolution Award, the American Legion Award, and was named a Box- ette "Student of the Year." The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stimac of 577 Central Ave., Wood River, was also the varsity queen at the school, along with being a cheerleader and a member of the National Honor Society and Pep Club. An Illinois State Scholarship will help Miss Gornall'at the 'arbondale campus. She took >art in the Thespians,' Drama ics Club, Pep Club and French Hub, while at Roxana High School. Miss Gornall, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Gorall, 323 S. Central, Boxana; ivas also' a .member of the National Honor Society, Girl's Vthletic Assn. and Chorus at er school. Chester Brooke, son of Mr. rid Mrs. Chester Brooke of 575 restview, East Alton, will at- end Blackburn College in Car- nville this fall. He was named n Illinois Scholar and received national merit scholarship let- DANCE WOOD RIVER MOOSE LODGE 1349 SATURDAY 8:30 12:30' MUSIC BY VERN MATLOCK & THE SERENADERS Members & Guests Invited DANCING Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. & Sun. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT FOR YOVR ENJOYMENT MUSIC EVERY WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. & SUN. WED., "LEROY'S BOYS" THURS., Htl. & SUN.—"THE VERSATILE?' SAT.—"PEARL FERGUSON" BRASS LAMP LOUNGE WOOD RIVER BOWL 1153 Moose Blvd. Wood River, 111. •••••••••••••••••••A I TEEN DANCE • J PARK PAVILLION J 0 Sponsored by: £ • Bethalto Auxiliary Police • | SAT., JUNE 29 * » * 8:00 P.M. ! 1 "Q Bands: "Orange Insults" — "Poltergeist Sound 0 I DONATIONS $1.00 SUPER MQWCTEP CARS ~. UNUWDTEP HO3DV CAWS FIG. 8 STOCK C4BS-WJJOE-01'EN COWl'ETITJON Main Event 9ATES OPEN AT 6t30 P.M. TIME TRIALS 7;30 PJrl. THIS W«K OW Oodtrey Speedway -^ Bte. ill « 0? ofOoOlrey SATURDAY, JUNE 29 <QJ»KN EVEfiV SATUUPAV NIGHT) mm IT; WIPNIWAY, JUtY 3rd sob^ule «f wento John R. Harvey will use h Illinois State Scholarship to a tend Illinois State University Normal in September. Aton with the state award, he rt ceived the Wood River Optimis Club scholarship. Among the other awards gh en to the son of Mr. and Mrs John L. Harvey of 511 Sout 7th St., Wood River, were best thespian award, a med for winning fourth place in state speech contest, a co-edito medal for service to the schoo RHONDA GROBER PAT GRIFFITH Grafton legion DANCE™ 8 SAT. NITE 9 'HI 1—Free Admission THIS WEEK—JUNE 29 MARGARET AND HER BOYS" ORCH. Hall Available (or Rental Any Nlsiu of the Week newspaper, a speech medal fo participation in speech activi ties and recognition as being member of a second-place win ning varsity speech team. Harvey will continue his ac tivities in speech as he plan to major in speech and drama He belonged to the Nationa Honor Society, Quill and Scrol Society, was clerk of the Thes pian troupe and the Future Teachers of America. Western Illinois University a Macomb will be the site o classes to be attended by Deb bie Mclntire, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charles Mclntire of 161 North Clear-view, East Al ;on, this fall. She plans to ma |or in'English or-French; Miss Mclntire was, awardet an Illinois State Scholarship and was recognized by the school as a student of the year. She also received recognition for her activities in varsity speech and was honored with a scholarship medal. She was a member of the National Honor Society, Quill & croll, Dramatics .Club, the yearbook staff, Dramatics-Club, irl's Athletic Association and Future Teachers of America. Pat Griffith, a recipient of an honorary Illinois State Scholarship, plans to major in psychology come September when she ivill enroll at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. Miss Griffith was active on he speech team while at Roxana and also received an acti- Ities award from the school. She is,,the .daughter of .Mrs. ba Griffith, 676 Payne St., Wood River. The future psychologist was License of Alton Man Suspended The driver's license of David Hatten, 606 Stowell, Alton, is mong those revoked for .three iolations within one year, it -as reported by Secretary of I tate Paul Powell. N Driver's licenses listed as sus- ended for three violations in- uded Raymond ' E. Crawley, 62 Render, East Alton; Gary . Deck, 1132 Long Ave., Alin; WiUiam V. Dover, 518 Ridge t., Alton; and Richard R. Schu- ert, 118 E Elm St., Hartford. a member of the Roxette staff the school newspaper, along with participating in Quill Scroll, National Honor Society Art Club, Dramatics Club French Club and Photography Club. An Illinois State Scholarship will be used by Rhonda Grober to attend Eastern Illinois Uni Charleston io begin her college career. Miss Grober, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Karl W. Grober of 355 South Ninth St., Wood River was a member of the Dramatics Club, Pep Club, Girl's Ath letic Assn. and Special Chorus while in attendance at Roxana High School. Her major at the school is as yet undecided. STEVE TITSWORTH Hearing Tuesday On Airport Budget Civic Memorial Authority will conduct a special hearing Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. oft its proposed budget for the 1668-69 fiscal year, it was announced Thursday night. On the following night the board will hold its regular meeting at which time the $226,237 budget will be pass* ed. The budget, according to Joe Lanterotte, chairman of the authority, is $24,105 low* ENTERTAINING CVESTS? Ploy It cool... with dinner at the PORT ROOM Open Sundays at Noon PORT m ROOM RESTAURANT FLAMINGO MOTEL 1501 E. Broadway 462-0642 er than this year's budget. In other action Thursday, the board approved the investigation 6f purchasing chain link and stockade fencing to complete the enclosure of airport property. There is only one section unfenced, but should be to provide adequate safety precautions in keeping dogs and other animals off the airport grounds. fry Our Deliciou* Mid-Town DINING ROOM 7th and Central Allan, IK. NOW! GRAND, 'ACADEMY AWARD WINNW Estate Mfttttii' "Sen WJUPJREM BEATTV for Mature .*« Audiences Tonlte 7:00, 9;00 — Sat, & Sun. 1:00, 8100, StoS, lilt, 9818 WED. MATINEE 'KIDDIE SUMMER NIN SHOW STARTS WEDNESDAY EVE. WALT DISNEY'S •"""""-" PLUS r ' " Walt Disney's "SNOW WHITE ft THE 7 DWARFS" CHUCK LYNCH CHARCOAL House FEATURING STEAKS^CHICKEN AND FINE ITALIAN FOOD OPEN DAILY AT 8:00 A.M. SUNDAY AT NOON' BROADWAY AT RIDGE ST. ALTON, ILL. Take A Scenic Bide Up River Road And Have A Delicious Dinner In Air Conditioned Comfort Great River Road at Graf ton 786-3486 • FRESH FISH • CHOICE STEAK • BAR-B-9 RIBS FRESH RIVER CATFISH AND BONELESS BUFFALO SANDWICHES AND DINNERS! JOE GREENWELL EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT FOR YOUR DANCING ENJOYMENT THE WORKING MAN'S BIG GIANT '/ 4 LB. CHUCKBURGER 4 VON'S TONITE • SAT. • SUN. Open Tonlte 6:45 — Sat. 18:30 • 2 BIG THRILLER-CHILL JACK (BURGESS .RHANGEIMEREDHH BEVERLYI PETH? ADAMS ICUSHIN8 ::; FBEEI Fright-Seeds for your own Torture Garden —g/anfat your own risk! (WhUe They Last) Xonito 9:00 Sat. & Sun. 2:40 6:00 9:30 The shocker that will drive you 'Berserk' CMUM8M KTURtS AMMl JOANCRAWTORO kl THE HERMAN COHEN PRODUCTION Of * TONI _ TECHNICOLOR* gg 20~— SAT.;& SUN. 1:00, 4:20, 7:45 THE GRADUATE STARRING ANNE BANCROFT COLOR W EMBASSY PIOUUS SCUM NOW! OPEN 6:80 Tpnite at •7:10 9:10 Sat. & Sun. 1:10/8:10, .5:10, 7:10, 9:15 ***** TWO CAN TRULY EAT AS CHEAP AS ONE AT . THIS PRICE! DINE HERE FOR LUNCH! FOR ONLY... $ A&WRoolBeer DRIVE-IN NOW OPEN 1205 Edwurdsville Road—One Block East of Highway 111 SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE PARTY ALTON-WOOD RIVER SPORTSMAN'S CLUB MEMBERS SAT., JUNE 29 9 P,M, TO 1 A.M, TOMMY RYAN ANNUAL PICNIC— EVERYONE INVITED ACADEMY AWARD WINNER—BEST DIRECTOR This is Benjamin, He's a little worried about hie future, TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE. ALTON. ILL BOX OFFICE OPEN AT 7:00 — HO 2-4921 Now Showing MID-AMERICA THEATRES OPEN 7:00—START DUSK NOW thru TOES.! EXCLUSIVE DRIVE-IN SHOWING THE AIL TIME ill! 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