Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 21, 1952 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1952 ALTON EVENTNG TELEGRAPH PAOS Hospital Notes Wood Totfiiftftfp floffplfftt Metlleal Treatment Mrs. Anna Qiiigley, i>0? Shamrock, Enst Alton MM, Knthryn Giger, 617 Wnsh- IfiKton, East Alton Alhertn Joann TXJerlla. M7 KIIM Alton avenue, Enst Allon Oeoi'Ro Curnns, 510 \Vhltelnw. East Alton Roahler Clinton. 113 Tomllnson. East Allon Jnmes Miller, Col twee Hill." Ceorgc Ftilkerson, (il Kasi Penning 1 Mnry Louise Howard, Rt. 1, Kasl Alton Mrs. Anna Heereu, Hi. 2. Kd- \vardsvllle Mrs. Ellor Mndison, Cottage i Mills Brcndft Sue Petrokovieh, 2" West Birch, Hnriford Surgical Treiilment John Bnsso. ?,ll Central Mrs. Altiveno Maneke, 'JT.'IO San- forrl, Alton Mrs. Villa Martin. Thomns Rurhnnnn. 1IM Mrs. Goldlo Bnllnrd, lfi<t East drivr. Enst Alton Karl WJeckhonif, 204 Walnut. Roxnnn Mrs. Helen Keek. 171 Pennine Mrs. Mario Met/ find Infant daughter, 522 Orchard. Alton IffOflpIffff James Cobbol, (>A \Vhitola\v Mrs. Shirley Tarranl, Collage Hills Trenlmrnt Albert. Wilson, 1729 Main Mrs. Mildred Ray. 220:i Maxey Miss Mildred Stanich, 501 Tipion, Wood River Mrs. Berllm r.oebel. Bunker Tlill Mrs, Mary PURim, 323:! Edgewood Jacqueline Afar! in, 114 East Sixth. Roxnnn Joel Baker. 2!)22 Hlllcrest Joan Sarginson. Rt. 2, Alton Mrs. Ethel Yocom. 120 Stnle, .Tcr- seyville Nelson McUtynolrls. 2310 Main Siit-Rlcnl Trentnipnt Ponnld Stirrup. Rt. 1, Stnunton Mrs. .lime (Iroshnrt, 8(M Silver Spencer MuUllecoff. 9I!> Humboldt Judith Msehmnnn, 852 Hale, Edvvardsvllle Mrs. Aona Swartz, IfilP Joosfini; Mrs. Llllle Connor. 3009 Belle Geortje Marshall Wilson, 5 East fourteenth Surgical Treatment LaKoy Foster, I.W Kas( Klin Mrs. Dorothy Mnyberry, II!' Slate aid road, Wood River Mrs. TmoRene Underwood East Fourth Mrs, (ienevieve Politsch. Alhy Jim Tungett, IWU Kdsnll c.ernld and Jimmy Pule Hols- liouser, 107 First, Kdwnrdsvllli' Mrs. VirRinia Tonsor, 921 O>l- 1:<(V.' rrul Tniilr-1n \lln\vnnrp FRIGIDAIRE SCHWARTZ APPLIANCE CO. U \\. I l.l«.l><>\ AVK. \\O(M> KIVKK, III.. I'HONF. « <nU Mrs. Mary Martin, 614 Lampert Kay Smith. 2124 Norside Mrs. Ilatlic Gulp. Rt. 1, Oodfroy Frank Sommrrs. 1311 Main Mrs. .Tanle HlRRins. 523 Spring Mrs. Viola Bnker. 3310 Leroy Mrs. Flossie Pulforcl. 444 North Fifth, Wood River Mrs. Theodore Lawton and infant daughter, Rt. 2, Bunker Hill Mrs. Kenneth Now! In and infant daughter, 1812 Main St. Joseph's Hospital JSledlenl Treatment Mrs. Eileen Walz, Rt. 2, Brighton Vincent J. Rallo, Rt. 1, Ert- **************** HELP! HELP! WE NEED HOMES TO SELL We Do Have Many Buyers With Enough Cash to Handle Who are Depending on Us HERE IS WHAT WE NEED NOW Danforth to Hawley Area \Vf have clients with cash for 2 mid 3 bedroom homes, brick or frame, priced from $!»OIIO to $13,000 and even more. North Alton and Upper Alton Excellent buyers for nice neighborhoods in Tpper Alton and North Alton, including uloiin Washington avenue, Stute street, and Klin street, for just about nil types of homes. Buyers too for homes located not fur from Horace Mann School and other schools. Milton Area From California to Western streets, we have itond buyers too for 4, B, mid (i room homes priced from $7000 to Sl'Z.flOO and even more. Buyers for Middletown Area, Too Just Outside City Limits Wo have n few customers \\lio wimt us to find them n homn between .North Allon and Godfrey and nlso on or adjacent to Kouto 100. GENERAL Anywhere in Alton Area Mnny buyers for S to (i room homes priced from $">IIO(> to SI 1,001). Some want attic space for additional rooms later. Some will consider homes that need some repairs or modcrni/Jng if it is considered in the asking price. We have buyers who want In be located right on the bus line or very near. If You Have the Right Home At a Reasonable Price We Have the List of Potential Buyers Don't miss your chance to gel a good price for your home. \\ e don't make bold promises. Our sales have been very salislactor\. A perccntiiKe of the reasonable priced homes we list are sold before, iidverlisiiiu. The secret of our su ss is spcciali/.ed promotion of >mir properly l» tlie man who will buy in your neighborhood and can pay \oiir price. If our clients won't buy it — our advertising will sHI it. We offer jou dependable, courteous service. We only have experienced, energetic, full time real estate salesmen. CONFIDENCE IN US BRINGS RESULTS NO CHARGE FOR ADVERTISING FREE APPRAISALS CLEM NOLL REALTY AGENCY A Realtor 649 EAST BROADWAY Office Ph. 3-6621 Evenings Please Call 2-8454 or 2-2148. Third Degree Confrrroil On Mason nt Me<lorn MtfrOKA •- The (bird rlefft-ee in masonry \\'as ronferrPd on Forrest Quakcnhush \V;vippstl(iy evening al HIP reKiilnr meeting of Fidelity Lodge Nn. 1.VJ, A F & A M Visitors \\ p pre pirsent from Wood River, Alton, .Icrspyville, Knnc, ("hcslcr- fipld, BriKbton, Shipman, and Me- thallo, FollowinR the cpremonles tberp \\as a social hour and refreshments. TliPre \\ill lie a special meeting Tusday ninhl for work In (be third dPKrpp, and anolher mpeling Thurs(|M\ niKht for \\ork in the litsl tie- jfor a sunrise Easter service \verc : made. ; Mrs. Ix>ran NewllnR was host! es« to (be Royal Neighbors Thurs- 'day afternoon. | The Chester Dwlgglns family ; moved to Mnrysvllle, Mo., Wednes- i day. | The Russell TlmmPrmeler fnm- i lly attended the funeral of her Ilirother, Curl Femmer, at Tiry, i Mo., Thursday. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Holt tiring* Pilgrim* When Ifullan archaeloftlsts placed a stone bull In the forecourt ot | the National Muspum at New ! IlPlhl, they had littlp IhouRht it i would become an object of re- I llgious devotion. However, the 2(V)0- jyparold bull from Srtrnalh, Ihougli! i to represent Lord Shiva's myl'io- ! loKical mount, is nttrnctlnR him- dirds of pilgrims who hrintf offpr- ings of milk and flowers, rPVPt'Piit- ly bow before (he bull and retire. Many are Impressed because the Snrnalli hull Is the only one of its kind which stands--a feature which lends it a special religious Rpml Telegraph Want Adi Paul Joseph Nilschke, 519 Slate. I Jerseyvllle « Miss Clara Brown. 327 E;«st Twelfth Robert Jadwin, 622 East Fii- teenth Roger Allen Miller, 1S103 Belle Mrs, Ida Miller. Edwnrdsville Dismissals Mrs. Lucille Hcans, Ifill Liberty Mrs. I.urn Duncan. 50(1 Winkler William Fred Grppne. 1(513 Joe- stint; Miss Karen Henry. Edwardsville Mrs. Mary Howard. 319 Rid«e Miss Marlrne Eli/abelh Jackson. 1524 Market I/'slip Johnson, 1317 Central Mrs. Bertie Oshorn. 31(1 Mills William Oseland. 726 Central Mrs. Alberta Poole. Rl. 2. Godfrey Samuel Jackson SPRO. 111!) Beall Airs. Clara Vaughn and infant dauchtpr, 1419 Fletcher Mrs. Mary Jane \\'eliling and in- fanl daughter, Krhv.mlsville Mrs. Evelyn \Verrlen, Dorsey Benjamin Yost, 101)4 East Fourth Mrs. Mary Evcrsmann, 11.7 Gcr- son, Godfrey Mcilora MKDORA.--Edwi.ird Andrews of Wichita. Kan., has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Andrews. Mrs. R. K. Carpey and children of Cfirarrt were guests Wednesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. William Searlex. Mr. and Mrs. Gene McCrellis and Son of Allon, visited Wednes- j day with relatives here. Mrs. Norton Sanders and her mother, Mrs. Joseph Melcnlfe, were in Alton Wednesday and called al St. Joseph's Hospital to see Mr. and Mrs. Paul llembroush. | who were injured in n recent nulo- i mobile accident. • Mary Lou Balw of St. Louis , has been spending a few days with ' Paula Ciorham. i Mrs. Clayton Powell, Mrs. Clif- ; ford Tober, Mrs. Edmund Barlow ' and daughter, and Mrs. Warren | Harris spent Thursday in St. Louis. ! Mrs. Clifford Tober remained in j .St. Louis for the weekend and will j lie the guest of her sister. Mrs. i Elmer Wallers, and brother, Wai- ; jler Wheat. Mr. Tober will join • her Iliere Sunday. I\Ir. and Mrs. A. W. Lang of •East St. Louis spent a few days Ihis week with Mr. and 'Mrs. D. ' W. Voorhees. i Mrs. Masa Elliott, who lias spent (be winter with her sister, Mrs. j .1. K. Cbism. near Kompcr, re- j Hirned to her home here Thursday, j Mrs. Arthur Barnett of Fidelity , | visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. j Kred Read. Buroan nlprtaiiiod MKDORA The Kern per I'nit ol tlie Home 15uicau met Wednesday evening al the home of Mrs. David Mi-Nee. Thirteen members answered roll call wil'n '.lousehold hints. Mrs. Paul I'J-b. home adviser. , ga\t- the major lesson and the 'minor lesson was given by Mrs. : J. L. Tober. 1 preparations were made for an 'information oaily 10 lie held April !) at the !<<•, if" 1 '' l' ; ' : '. ^' itl1 ;l I' 1 ' 1 ' i lurk dinner al noun. | Mrs. Joe Kirs< h was in charge ! of recreation. The " pril meeting ; \\ill l)e \vilh Mis. J. L. Tober. ! Dressmaking Lesson ' MI-:iXJRA Mcmlicrs ol the local Home I'.ureail unit were gK'cn special lesson on "Dressmaking" Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Nixon, who with Mi'-. Gilbert Hart presented the lc<^on. The lesson will be continued next Wednesday afternoon. Members present, were: Mi 1 - Jobn C'liism, Mrs. Lester Pialhci. Mis. Gilbert Hail, Mrs. Gcm^r \i\on. Mrs. E. T. Ulmdes, Mi.-. Wd>on Maycs. Mr-. I.co Fenton and Mrs. Fred lining I'.cnd Telegraph Waul Ads W.MS M MKDOUA Thp Woman's Missionary Society of the Hllptlst j Cburcb met al the church Wednes- 1 day afternoon. Mrs. Fred Reed i had charpe of the dovolions and Mrs. Agnes Chlsm bad charge of tlie program. The topic for discussion was "Missions in Cuba." The meeting closed with a solo by Mrs. Robert Golike. Ilecplve* Awards MEDORA Comntprclal students of the Mpitora llifili School who re- epivnd GreRK awards this month were: Shirlpy Plo^Rei a shorthand speed cprtificale; K'Pnneth Sanders, a Rolcl ,>in for lyping Tvl \vords \\itli to\v errors in a ten minute nml Robert Ruyle an OAT certificate. West Alton WEST ALTON. Afn,- Mrs. Her! Elder entertained Sunday afternoon at a birthday parly for her EranddaiiRhler, Anna l.ee l ; :ider. Those present were; Morlenn Newstead. Ifarriell Adams. FViibnra and Geraldinp XewliiiR, Mnrlyn and Aliep Malson and Nancy Elder. The PTA held a special meet ing Wednesday to make plans for a play to bo given soon. At a meolinR in the Community Church Wednesday evening plans NEW SHIPMENT RECEIVED THIS WEEK The Prettiest and Newest SPRING STYLES $5.00 Value • *Reds Greens Blacks Multi-colors Whites All Mi*PS| 4 In 10, 211 PIASA ST, ALTON, ILLINOIS Open Friday Till 9 Sat. Until 5 P.M. A Very Fine Group at A Bargain Price! WATCHES REPAIRED to Look and Run Like New! \V« will Olrnn, oil, Krgulnt* and Adjust, Your Watch P)ti» Attach A NEW EXPANSION BAND TOTAL VALL'K OF $12.50 Now for a limited time $£.95 Complete only V Any I.iul.v's or Man'* U'atch rius Double Eagle Stamps 602 E. BROADWAY — ALTON — PHONE 2-7531 In it SPRING WILL SOON BE HERE! AKK VOC HKAIIV HIK IT? TO III I.I' V(M UK 1'ltKI'AltKD J'Olt SI'KI.Nii, \VK 01 I KK TIIK I <)l.l.()\\ IM. sr(.«.i;>TIONs: (id yniir Kitrdcn seed anil pliintinu cniii|inicnl. \\ <• r;irr.\ :ill Kinds of K»rdcii M-i-iln, flower -.ccds IIIH! yniss seed, :^ «••!! »» "II kinds nl (jMnlrii tools — hoes, ritUcs, spudrs and SMIM|| tools. II ynu plan to paint >nur house this \i-ar. ui' siiKKt'st that you hu> the puint \O\\. us we hiixe »n hiiiul H good kllpply of Dulch Hoy and Sei<llil/. House i'aints. If .MIII'VC hrcn \tuiitiii|( '"' needimc a ne\v lawn n\\er. see us. \\ e hii\e a nice \aricl> of la\vn innwrr» hand movxers, electric mowers or power mowers. And we always lime a full line of fishing c<|iiip- ment lur the sportsman ^ & 1 V .J VI.SO VC)I' \\II.I. AI'I'KH( IATK 01 H - '* (O.Ml'l.KTi; LINKS 01 AM) HARDWARE, PAINT, WALLPAPER, ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. When in Upper Alton, Shop at ALTON HARDWARE & PAINT CO. 2504-06 COLLEGE 2-3641 ALTON, ILLINOIS JEWELERS DESIGNED FOR EVERY KITCHEN Latprl Strut 6 Fall Portions FOREST 6REEN QLASS LUNCNEOI SET HERMOSTAT HEAT CONTROL DRAIN AWAY FAUCET FILTERED SHORTENING FOR REUSE Now you can deep-fry your favorite foods to tender golden goodnett. Chicken, Shrimps, Steaks, Fith, Doughnuts, Onioni, French-fried or Shoe- itring Potatoes, all your favorite foods deep-fry soiily, quickly, economically, with the Dormeyer Fri-Well. Merely »et the thermostatic control. Out comet the finest food you've ever tasted — easier — quicker—better — electrically. No burning or scorching because Fri-Well heats with special elements — through the lides, not the bottom. Easy to clean — grease resistant, white enamel throughout. Extra large, serves 6 full portions. Insulated for cool cooking on the hottest days. For your own cooking efficiency or as a gift for some special dear one, it i greatest kitchen aid science has produced in years. As an extra measure of value^ you get a 16 piece forest-green glass luncheon set with the Dormeyer Fri-Well—both at thii one low price and on pin money credit term». Order youri today. * £irra Large —t«rv«t 6 lull portion*. it TftermottoHc control. •^ food port/del itttlt into ipecla/ "Co/d-We//"—prevent i i core fc/ng. if Eicfuslvc drain-away faucet—tavit 95% ot ihorttn'nj 'or r«uie. it Hoa-rutt —eaiy to cltat bailor. if Heat Proof Hand'*!. * right fitting Hit —ketpt k«ot I*. ir Underwriter! Laboratory Appva. if k ft. cord and rubber plug. if Site 14'4 i 7'/4 i «>« inches. if Etcltlng new reclpt book. Uc/ud«d. if 16 f/ece Forest Gre«fl G'ats L«ick> ton Set Included. if 4 Denert Oisfl«s. if 4 flartf. ic 4 Cups. * 4 S«»«tn. 215 W THIRD ST. ALTON ILL OPEN FRIDAY NITE TILL 9P.M. OR MAIL THIS COUPON CARSON JEWELERS :i;> \\. Third St., Alton, III. I'lease send me the HOKMKVI.K J Kl \Vr 1,1. and Hi pc. I ciresl (ireeii dluss Luncheon Set at your friend-w inning Inl i mlurtni \ »ale price o( $31.50. I will pay $I.UU down, >l.(iu u \\eek until paid in lull. I'ltlNT .Nairn- HUNT Address ( it\ /.one Slate,...,.,,, I'hune No Apt. No

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