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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 2, 1990, Alton, Illinois A 4 fri., March 2, 1990 the Telegraph bulletin Board a Community Calendar saturday March 3 Pancake and sausage breakfast from 7 . To noon Franklin masonic Temple 1513 Washington ave., Alton. Donations $3.50 for adults and $1.75 for children. Proceeds to Benefit Franklin Lodge scholarship fund. Spring Craft fair and Chili dinner from 9 . To 4 pm Bethalto United methodist Church 240 e. Sherman Bethalto. Featuring easter items Longaberger baskets hand crafted wooden toys and baked goods. Craft and bake Sale from 9 to 3 ., Hillcrest Church of the Nazarene 3316 Hillcrest ave., Alton. Featuring homemade Craft items baked goods and cookbooks by ladies of the Church. Bowl for kids Sake la ., i and 3 St. Clair bowl Belleville sponsored by big Brothers big Sisters of southwestern Illinois. Call 398 3162 or 656-9067 for information. Mcgaw Fine arts series Illinois College in Jacksonville presents the St. Louis chamber players 8 ., Rammel Kamp Chapel on Campus. Featuring clarinet St Robert Coleman. Ticket information 217 245-3011. Spring dance from 9 To i ., Alton Wood River sportsman a club in Godfrey. Tickets $20, Call 259-7255 or 462-4984. Madison county scholarship pageant 7 30 ., communications building theater at site. Tickets available at Mary Ann shop. Edwardsville or Call Betsy Terry at 656-6349. Chili and soup supper from 3 to 7 ., new Bethel United methodist Church Glen Carbon Road Glen Carbon. Tickets $3.50 for adults and $2 for children. Sunday March 4 bowl for kids Sake i and 3 ., Cottonwood lanes Glen Carbon sponsored by big Brothers big Sisters of southwestern Illinois. Call 398-3162 or 656-9067. Free bicycle inspection from i to 5 ., cottage Hills fire department 26 Lenora ave. Free rules of Road pamphlets and refreshments will be distributed. Sponsored by cottage Hills vow Post 7678 and auxiliary and cottage Hills fire department. Used formal show i ., St. Michael a school gym Staunton. Admission $2.50. Call 635-3210 for information. Hive wind storytellers company and guest storytellers. Elizabeth Ellis of Dallas Texas and Mike Anderson of Jacksonville presents a Story Celebration from i to 3 ., or. Tom Dooley Center National shrine of our lady of the snows Belleville. Free admission. Seating is limited 397-6700. Pancake and sausage breakfast from 6 . To 2 ., Alton Wood River sportsman a club 3109 Godfrey Road. Sponsored by Godfrey Lions club. Community Calendar includes notices of Public events and meetings of general interest. Items must include a phone number for further information. Send items to Days before the event to Community Calendar co the Telegraph 111 e. Broadway Alton 111, births Woll girl Maurice and Audrey Sostak Woll of Oak Park he formerly of East Alton first child a daughter Jessica Lauren 8 pounds 8 ounces 8 35 pm. Thursday feb. 15, 1990, West suburban Hospital Oak Park. Grandparents or. Maurice and Vivian Woll of East Alton Lillian Sostak of St. Charles. Great grandmother Zoa Conlin of Mattoon. Benton boy Harold and Cindy Walker Renton of Hartford a son James Wayne 6 pounds 5 ounces 8 12 Sunday feb. 25, 1990, Alton memorial Hospital. Elder child Ashley 4. Grandparents Viola Walker of Bethalto Harold and Joyce Benton of South Roxana. Great grandparents Elmer and Fay Becker of St. Jacob or. And mrs. Marvin Irvin of Albuquerque n Or. And mrs. Marion Benton of cottage Hills. Great great grandmother Cena Hastings of Albuquerque . Perkins girl staff sgt. William and Pamela Bilbruck Perkins of Oceanside Calif., a daughter Ashley Nicole 7 pounds 8 ounces 7 25 Sunday feb. 25, 1990, naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Calif. Elder children Amanda 6 Alexander 3. Grandparents Virginia Perkins of Alton Oscar Bilbruck of Meadowbrook Ruby Lafferty of Alton. Great grandparents Paul and Mary Lawrence of Meadowbrook Goldie Ealey of Alton. Hospital notes people of note a David Cobbel River was rec e n t i y awarded the Kagle scout award the highest award Given by the boy scouts of America. The son of Helen and Gene Cobbel of Wood River he received his Wood Cobbel Jones award at a court of Honor from troop 44 in Roxana. For his service project he organized selected the music directed and performed with a group of fellow students from Roxana High school. The students visited and performed at various nursing Homes and for services at several churches in surrounding communities. Richard Jones an Eagle scout was selected to rep h resent the Piasa Bird Council at the event. The son of or. And mrs. Daniel Jones of Bunker Hill he was appointed to the position of director department of Revenue. In addition to the Eagle rank Jones has earned the lutheran religious award and is a boy scout of America certified lifeguard. He is a brotherhood member of the order of the Arrow and serves on its ceremonies team. He is assistant senior patrol Leader in troop 2 of Bunker Hill. A Robert Helmkamp son of Robert Helmkamp and Lana Mort and of Bethalto is a recipient of a 1990-91 presidents scholarship at Central Missouri state University in Warrensburg to. Helmkamp will be a 1990 graduate of civic memorial High school in Bethalto and plans to major in criminal Justice at Central Missouri state University. Presidents scholarships Are available to freshmen who meet one of the following eligibility criteria rank in the upper 20 percent of their graduating class or rank in the top 25 percent of their class and score 22 or higher on the act. The cruise Deal of the year seven Day cruise departing dates March 24,31, april 7,21, and 28 to san Juan Grenada Barbados Martinique Marie Galante St Thomas Sook per person of including air and outside Cabins two lower Beds normally $1495 come in and Reserve quickly Cash checks or charge Okita travel 466-8000 Max Price girl Chad and Michele Klopfer Price of Alton a daughter Anna Elizabeth 7 pounds 13 ounces 8 33 . Monday feb. 26, 1990, Alton memorial Hospital. Elder child Andrew 16 months. Grandparents Mike and Debbie Klopfer of Alton Richard and Jill Price of Dow. Great grandparents Bill and Carol Sloan of Godfrey Julius and Marie Klopfer of Alton Phyllis Gresham and Betty Price both of Dow. Schoniger boy Kristi Schoniger of East Alton a son Michael Jacob 8 pounds 8 ounces 4 58 . Tuesday feb. 27, 1990, St. Anthonys Hospital Alton. Elder child Robert 2. Grandmother Sheron Withrow of East Alton. Brazier girl Steven and Debbie Cooper Brazier of East Alton a daughter Jenna Lynn 7 pounds 9 ounces 8 36 . Tuesday feb. 27, 1990, Alton memorial Hospital. Elder child Danielle 4. Grandparents Harold and Shirley Cooper and Marge Brazier All of East Alton. Great grandmothers Lucille Powell of East Alton Maranda Cooper of Divernon. Editors note the Telegraph publishes announcements of births within two weeks of the birth. Area hospitals have forms for daily release by parents. Out of town births May be called in to the Telegraph newsroom at 463-2564. Scholarship is Worth $800. A Kristopher Barks a senior at Marquette High school Alton has been selected a Semi finalist for the presidential scholarship at Maryville College in St. Louis. Barks of Granite City has maintained a 3.33 Grade Point average at Marquette. The presidential scholarships cover All tuition plus room and Board for an academic year and Are renewable for three years to undergraduate students who maintain specified academic standards. A Roxana High school educators Nancy Goodson and Carole Rosenthal attended the Illinois vocational associations 60th convention held at the Hamilton hotel in Itasca. Goodson is Home economics teacher at Roxana and Rosenthal is the vocational division coordinator. To submit items for this column mail information including a Telephone number to people of note co Flora Cru Mer the Telegraph 111 e. Broadway Alton 111. 62002. Pictures will be used As space permits. Include a self addressed stamped envelope for return of picture. M Wood River township admissions Christi Reynolds cottage Hills dismissals Nicole Hancock Wood River Cheryl Wiles East Alton a St. Anthonys Alton admissions Walter Pickett Hartford Emeline Crotchett Kane Phyllis Wright Brighton Ida Rickette Alton Edna Schollmeyer East Alton Gail Bader Alton Mamie Mihoff Alton dismissals Michelle Graham East Alton Shelby Andrews Alton Susan Young Elsah a Alton memorial admissions Carlton Longbottom jr., Alton Chantel Hargis Hartford Rebecca Rice Brighton dismissals Shirley Lawson Godfrey Betty Kenshalo Alton William Laughlin Alton Georgia Mcmillian Wood River Nancy Williams Alton William Mcdonald Alton a Jersey Community admissions town amp Comby weekend specials $4.75 Friday fresh River fish All you can iat saturday Bogi beef ribs .7.2$ Friday a saturday prime rib .9.50 0kh6am 7 Days a and mos is 719 s. Mum Tam Brucite Hitt a oui 585-3011 watch and jewelry repairs Hartmann jewelry downtown Wood River Media astr program a comprehensive physician supervised program for obesity weight reduction risk factors management diabetes hypertension High cholesterol. Safe fast and effective. Calli Boul ibis economic it pros no or. Charnond d. 2591567 j happy20thbirthday Brit Beasley gotcha love Tina h Godfrey Lions annual Pancake amp sausage breakfast sunday March 4, 1990 7 00 . A 1 00 Alton Wood River sportsman s club of. 67 Godfrey �3.50 adults �?T.00 children 12 years Ano under bring two 2 pairs of eyeglasses in Exchange for one i adult ticket at 2.00 one per family j Garden briefs agriculture scholarships available Urbana scholarships Are available to students who plan to enter the agricultural communications curriculum at the University of Illinois during the fall 1990 semester. The $400 scholarships awarded on the basis of Carcer interest and achievement related to agricultural communications Are available to students who enter either As freshmen or Transfer students. Application materials May be requested by writing to agricultural communications scholarship committee University of Illinois 58 Mumford Hall. 1301 w. Gregory drive Urbana 111. 61801. Applications Are due april 14. Woodland Retreat featured at shawls Garden St. Louis a the annual Spring Flower display at Missouri botanical shawls Garden 4344 Shaw blvd., will feature a Woodland Cabin surrounded by a landscape of Spring perennials blooms and wildflowers streams and a Pond. The display entitled a Woodland Retreat will run from March to through april 8. Hours Are from 9 . To 5 p And is free with regular Garden admission. Pesticide certification test set March 13 Carlinville a a a test Only pesticide certification session will be conducted from i to 3 On March 13, at the farm Bureau building Carlinville. The test will be Given for private applicator License used by Farmers and All other categories. Home study materials Are available for the exam at the county Extension office. Reservations Are due by March 9. For More information Call 217 854-9604. Symposium planned at Missouri botanical Garden St. Louis a perennial Garden design and Plant culture symposium will be presented by Ken Miller horticultural consultants in cooperation with Gilberg perennial farms on March 17 at Missouri botanical Garden. Beginning gardeners landscape professionals architects and homeowners Are invited to attend the seminar to learn about new ways to use perennials to enhance Home entries and foundations As Well As traditional and mixed gardens. Gardening topics will include new ideas for foundation plantings Garden animation the rough and Tough bordering the Border herbs with style big ideas a Small spaces seasonal solutions controlling the enemy and Garden magic. Registrations Are due by March 9 at horticultural seminars 111-a n. Kirkwood Road St. Louis to. 63122 or Call 314 821-5138. Cost is $45 by the due Date and $50 thereafter and at the door. Russell Mann White Hall Kayla Short Jerseyville dismissals Lindsey Graham White Hall Lois Hendrickson Jerseyville Harda Mowrey Jerseyville Dana Hubbs Dow Donnelle Treadway Jerseyville a Boyd. Carrollton admissions Clyde Hazelwood Roodhouse dismissals Kenneth Butler Carrollton Clara Bohn Carrollton a Staunton memorial admissions Roberta Gipson Bunker Hill Christopher Young Staunton dismissals Leo Wieseman Bunker Hill a Carlinville area admissions Marion Whitlock Carlinville dismissals Robert Duncan Carlinville Mary Woodruff Carlinville Donna Hipskind Carlinville a St. Francis Litchfield admissions june Fletcher Litchfield dismissals Paul Wyatt Gillespie Steve Dixon Carlinville Garden Calendar tuesday March 6 Illinois Small fruit school and Amateur winemaker school la ., ramada hotel mount Vernon. Wednesday March 7 Illinois Strawberry school 8 30 . To 3 15 ., ramada hotel mount Vernon. Registration $20 per family includes Small fruit winemaker and Strawberry schools. Send registration to Bill Courter University of Illinois route i Simpson 111. 62985. Friday March 9 Small fruit meeting 1 30 p Farm Bureau building 900 Hillsboro ave., Edwardsville. Chris doll University of Illinois Extension horticulture specialist guest speaker. Saturday March to Home Orchard pruning demonstration 9 30 ., Mills Apple farm near Marine. Call 656-8400 for information. It vet Vienna bread dinner Rolls danish Rolls i Stollens Coffee cakes donuts on a j open sunday 819 Henry Alton a 462-2922 models open Call for Guys and gals 7 yrs. Amp older experienced or not join John Asa Blanca so a modelling Hunt and enter look year Model search win your share of s 1.000, in modelling contracts search ends soon local Model sexy Onester con be seen on 5 notional Magazine covers this year. Sunday March 4, 1990 Holiday inn Alton in of you Ever considered modelling this could be your big Opportunity. Train with Sta maker John Casa Blancas modelling and career Center. Everyone who attends will receive a free evaluation and consultation. John Casablanca modelling personal development amp career Center 5900 n. Iii., Fairview Heights in 62208 618 632-9000,

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