Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 20, 1952 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE flEVEM Hospital Motes St. Joseph's Merlleul Treatment George Allen, Kane. Danny George Garrison. 43 River avenue, Wood River. Mrs. Grace Stonebraker, Fairway, Boyd McCoy, son of Mr. Mrs. Boyd McCoy of B2!) At LnFoy A. Foster, 1.12 Knst Vincenf Rallo, Route 1, \vardsville. Mrs. Eileen Walx, Route 2, Brighton. Surreal Treatment Mrs. Helen Goltx, 224 Lincoln. East Alton. Miss Janet Sue Holbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holbert, Route 1, Alton. Karen Henry, 123 North Bu chanan, Edwardsville. Frank Robinson, Mather Nursing Home. Wood 1220! and wood. Eim. Ed- Flats For Easier Alton's Best Buy New Selections Genuine Suedene Uppers • Pumps * Straps With or without wedge heels Black. SPECIAL GROUP! NEW SHIPMENT OF FLATS • Blue • Hod « Black • Brown Narrow and wide widths. $2.99 to $5.95 Wetter* S'lio«» .Sfwrc.v 804 E. BROADWAY, ALTON Between Oak and Spring Sts. Mark William Boehm, Route 1, Carlinville. Gary and Shirley Booth, 813 Adams. Mrs. Vivian Crofton, 937 College. Michael Doles, 2712 P)ast Broadway. Mrs, Bessie Fisk, Route 1, Fieldon. Mrs, Virginia Gallaher, 3<1.''.8 Moridosla. Mrs. Viola Hellrung, 1512 Belle. Mrs. Ursula Heyne, 2213 Mills. Mrs. Eugenia Holden, 906 Liberty, Mrs. Wiltna Lucas and Infant daughter, Route 1, Edwnrdsville. Mrs. Marcella Redd and infant daughter, 11-11 West. Ninth. Clyde Reynolds, Roxana. Mrs. Mary Ann Rosetlo, Carlin^ Friilnv. tti.tO In ft THE NEW ROCKER BONNET so much for so little $995 TheRocker.. .theSpring '52 favorite! Strawcloth carved and curved prettily, edged with velvet ribbon and peaked with a fresh Spring bouquet and velvet bow. In black, navy, pink, white, lilac, beige or red. ville. Albert A. Sehmeldcr, 303 Madison. Wood River. Donna Stark, 124 Whilelnw, East Alton. Mrs. Pansy Wagner, 277 Madison. I ! Mrs. Ruby Swan, Hardin. Albert Wolshock, Alton. Hood ftffpi* Township ffoft|iffttt Meillral Treatment Karl Wieckhorst, 20't Walnut, Roxana, Joseph Snell, 306 Doerr, Rox ana. Mrs. Ann Jennings, 21 First. Mrs. Gladys Jane Hoots, Hartford. Thomas Buchanan, 13-1 Lorena, .Surgical Treatment Mrs. Vida Hnrlan, 208 McCais- land. Easl Alton. Riehard Huffman, 100 Grand, East Alton. Mrs. Marie Pearson, HR 1, East Alton. Charles Vaughn, HI Lorena. Mrs. Mary E. Dively, GSR Lorena . Wilma Morgan, South Roxana. Belly Rne Wright, 98 West Bench. Dismissals Mrs. Patricia Clark and Infant son. 210 South Pence, East Alton. Paul Joiner, 1131 East Ferguson. Fred Da IT, Carrollton. Mrs. Ruby Davis, Belhallo. Robert E'. Fulton, 233 Lincoln, East Alton. Mrs. Mamie Sparks, 43 West Drive, East Alton. Gary Wayne Hubberl, 605 Fifth, East Alton. Mrs. June Hicks and infant son. 415 Monroe, East Alton. Mrs. Virginia Xarantonello and infant son, 2315 Neal,. Alton, Walton Lee Eades, South Roxana. Mrs. Geneve Ernst and Infant daughter, Bethalto. • Cinda Lou Lasater, 278 South Thirteenth. Riley Reynolds, 831 Pine, East Alton. Alton Memorial Hospital Medical Treatment Jim Lucker, 612 Washington. Mrs. Emma Blumenberg, 3632 Aberdeen. Mrs. Mary MneGalliard, 2015 Delmar, Granilc City. Mrs. Dorothy Mossbargcr, 3322 Agnes. John Wcmpen, 1030 Washington. Phillip Fretz, 506 Lincoln, East Alton. Mrs. Virginia Towey, 568 North Fifth, Wood River. John F. Spahr, Farmington, Mo. Mrs. Dora Lilley, 257 Victory, Easl: Alton. Mrs. Grace Gauf, 553 East Third. Mrs. Mary Tacchetti, 406 Wood River, East Alton. Robert Masiero, Route .1, East Alton. Surgical Trcntment Mrs. Dorothy Corey, 22 Eckanl, WO<K! Ri\-er. Theo Schnaare, 1108 East Mill, Slaunton. men's spring suits that yive you confidence and compliments August Brerht, Route 2, Godfrey. Henry Lee Patterson, Route -I, Piltsfield. Mrs. Betty Lou Hull, Bunker Hill. Ixiuis Tonox/,1. Route 2, Alton. Albert Watson, 88-t North Huller, Wood FJvrr. Mrs, Beulah Obermiller, Easl SI. Louis. Miss Mary Walters, 1400 Spaulding. Mrs. Eleanor Vincent, 3119 East College. Mrs, Rosemary Hocfert, 1110 Danforth. Mrs, Charlotte Schulze, Deer Plain. Mrs. Theresa Schmelder, Route ,1, Jerseyville. Mrs. H. Loreno Edsall, 1225 Fairway. Mrs. lOnmn Nunn, 700 Easlon. Mrs, Minnie Bean, 2210 Washington. John Workman. 611 Stovvell. LeRoy Brase, Route 2, Edwnrds- ville. Thomas Monical. 2425 Maxey. Diana Bady. Cottage Hills. Brencla Eden, Route 1, Jerseyville. Thomas Smithee, Route 2, Godfrey. V Shipmaii SHIPMAN — Bonnie Sue Bohlmeyer, 7, daughter o[ Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bohlmeycr, entered St. Francis Hospital in Lilchfield Sunday suffering with virus pneumonia. Sgt. Don Coelira.il and Mrs. Cochran or Orlando, Fla., were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Dankenbring. Sgt. Cochrnn graduated with high honors last week from the engineer school. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cochran of Ilettick, and Mrs. Coeh- ran was the former Miss Doris Jean Buzan of Shipman. Cpl. Don Burch of Ft. Sheridan, was home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Travers and Jerrie, and Mrs. Bill Travers spent, the weekend with Pvt. Bill Travers at Ft. Cusler, Mich. Wallace Wilson of Alton, spent; Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barnett Christian Aiders Meet at Shipman SHIPMAN — The vhristlnn Aid- ers of the Methodist Church met Monthly evening nt the home of Mrs. Elmer Breihviser in Pi s- Members present were: Mrs. Kenneth Archer, Mrs. K'nneth Breitwiser Mrs. Kenneth Knlen- kamp, Mr.,, Delimit I.islcr, Mrs. ('. (). Miillack, Mrs. Otto Movers, Mrs, Truman Porklinglnn, Mrs. Charles Skaggs, Mrs. C. I... Sri- IP- neman, Mrs. Mitchell Taggarl, Mrs. CJInrk ,Te..kins, Mrs. John Johnson, Mrs. Milo DURUM. Mrs. \Vnyno Wlnslade, ^ rs. Arnold Hohl- nipyoi 1 , Mrs. Austin laynos, Miss Margaret Salsinan, Mrs. E J. Knhl find Mrs. Elmer Bn.ihviser. Guests were Mrr. Melvin Wim- pon, Mrs, Molvin Slope, Mrs. Kenneth Schripr, Miss lolionp Llnvillc, Mrs. Kalhcryn Joyc?, Mrs. Elwood Hughes and Mrs. Hollo Cain eron, Mrs. Joyce, : rs. Hughes and Mrs. Cameron .joined the Inireau. and sons were Sunday evenlriR guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schneider of Jerspyville. William Kite and Hilly of Bunker Hill, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Slouffe. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Frank of Lilchfield were Sunday guests of Mrs. Tillie Thomnc and Mr, and Mrs, W. (',. Frank. Mrs. Josephine Jenkins of Shel- hyville, who has heen visiting in Macon, Miss., with her son, Paul Jenkins, was a guest the past week of her son, Clark Jenkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Knhl and Mrs. J, C. Arehei' were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.' J. C. Welch of Bunker Hill. Mrs. Charles Meisnor of Jerseyville, was a guest Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Schaefer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaefer were guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olio Fuess of Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Burlcson and family, Miss Dorothy Stone and Emil Kisenrelch of Alton, Miss Marjorio Stone, student nurse at Alton Memorial Hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stone and daughter of Jerseyville, were Sunday-guest s of Mrs. Chris Stone. Mr. and Mrs. William Bunt and son and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brown of Alton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Runt, Sunday. LINED ,,, Light and cool for sunny dayt mirm for brisk weather POODLECLOTH YEAR 'ROUND COATS ,,* $599* Flowing lines sweep with th« rustle of iridescent rayon taffeta lining. Navy, Alaska blue, gold, beige, mauve. Sizes 9 to 17, 10 to 20. fcfito 50 hard to find . . . but here arc Springs LONGER JACKET SUITS (by Maureen) that slim your figure to gentle curves $4905 Spring touch with smoky pearl buttons. Navy Gabardine or pearl gray flannel. Sizes 9 to 17, 10 to 20. FRIDAY AT 9:30 SHARP TIL 9 P. M. r-""-rr"*~v, F' — \ c —^ ', * ii : s * '<' i L ' I f ' «wt-V > ^^ LJ VLi LJ W fe Here's a four star feature we're proud to present. Classic wool flannel in the favorite pearl gray shade becoming to all men . . . in a lively new two-button patch pocket model ... at a decidedly modest price. Also in a smoke gray and an oatmeal shade. See them, buy them today. r F-TI /-"\ *>•• • .. ••' \ Other Suits from $39.95 DON'T MISS OPEN HOUSE Boon veil Bohatl, T«*l» April 1, 1 M I P.m. SPRING TOPPERS 19 Because we planned this thrilling <rroii|> of toppers months ago, before llif- season l)0",iin, you save! Kvory coal is designed to give you value phis fashion. Bf; IK-IT., today, for yours! $ OPEN HOUSE Rooiitvelt School, Tut» April 1. 1 l« | p m. 26 STYLES 10 WOOL FABRICS 14 COLORS SIZES FOR JUNIORS, MISSES, WOMEN kl.vlrsi luxfflii (nulls lilt;!' 1'illrrl r,,||;,,:, III |f<l |j<'l!'-rl Si \ ics t)(' s , illl'l Hill C I -l/.'ll .-, turned inifk nilfs flf\ cr . v hii i crl culls wool ifs: b;i:-.l;ci ur',-i\cs, suedr-s iaX"ii«l fli'i'cc.i 'Nil Illl'l tl'llci cllfi-|-,S colors: « nrnr.'lly combinations »l/.i-j,; 0 to 15, 10 lo 18, 16'; to - SORRY ... NO PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS

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