Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 25, 1952 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, March 25, 1952
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* t: TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1952 ALTON 8VEM1NO TElBORAPff Hospital Note* - Wooit Ittoei* fOIMM/I»P Hospital Medical f rentment Carttasla Lynn Moores, 111 North Thirteenth Kenneth L. Kistner, 319 Washington, East Alton Mrs, Lizzie M. Hughes, Gillespie MM. George Newell. 144 Illinois, East Alton Mrs. Anna Lee Ruedin, 283 East drive, East Alton Wayne Shampine, 202 Pence, East Alton Mrs! Marvelfne Knlpping, 237 Wood River avenue Surgical Treatment Edwin J. Laatsch, 111 West Tydeman, Roxnna Leo Eller Jr., Bethalto Mrs. Elsie. Shoemaker, Roxana Mrs. Ruth Rlngertng, Rt. 1, East Alton Mrs. Ella Bertha Davis, 28 West Lorena Mrs. Geneva Moore, Hartford Dismissals Linda Arlene Williams, 101 North drive, East Alton Miss Gloria Maher, 237 Acton George Games, 516 Whltelaw, East Alton Jeanetta Harris, 635 Fifth, East Alton Mrs. Kathryn Giger, 617 Washington, East Alton Mrs. Anna Duerr, 110 Acton Mrs. Mary E. Diveley, 686 Lorena i ' Harftld F. Laycock, 418 .South Ninth; Mrs. Altlvene Maneke, 2730 Sanford, Alton William Garrett, 306!4 West Broadway, Alton Alton Area Deaths Mrs. Fannie Libro CARIJNVILLE — Mrs. Fannie Lihro, 57, widow of Charles Llbro, died at noon Monday at her home, 315 South West street following a short illness. She wag born March 11, 1895 In Brandola, Italy. She was a member of St. Joseph's Church, Her husband preceded her in death In 1937. Surviving are one daughter, Lucy, at home; one son, Tony of the U, S. Service in Korea; one step daughter, Mrs. Rosie Dustman, of Dorsey, and one stepson, Charles Libro, ot Gillespie; one sister in Italy. The body was removed to Wlese funeral home, Carllnville. James Manahan Mrs. Joan Bivens and infant son, Bethalto Alton Memorial Hospital Medical Treatment Fred Minor, 1013 Marie Janet Austin, 307 Harriett Mrs. Annabell Moore, 3029 Mayfield Mrs. Bertha Rouleau, 1002 Logan Mrs. Evelyn Cannon, 3657 Western Lloyd Richards, Cottage Hills Fred Emmel, 506 Lincoln, East Alton Sondra Smith, Hartford Jackie Berry, 233 McCasland, East Alton Thomas Clark, 2726 Powhatan James Essary, Cottage Hills Mrs. Tola Thurm, Medora Steven Beck, Godfrey Array Gurganus, Rt. 2, Alton Mrs. Florence Thursby 531 Tenth, Wood River Neal McCormick. 613 Leonard Surgical Treatment Mrs. Alvie Meisenheimer, 2420 Sanford Mrs. Mildred Springman, Rt. 2, Godfrey John Eyers, Godfrey St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Treatment ,Miss Jo Ann Massey, Carlinville Mrs. Anna Perry, 213 West Sixteenth Randy Reno, 710 East Fifth Mrs. Gallic Deboise, 1313 Hampton * Surgical Treatment Miss Anita Turner, 3245 Oakwood Mrs. Lillie Kelly, Carrollton Walter Pummill, 2116 Clawson Charles L. Mercurio, 2116 Halliburton Marilyn L. Smith. 3411 Milton Mrs. Mary II. Schleeper. Rt. 3, Jerseyville Edgar Baird, 720 Linden Miss Emma Boeker, 227 Crane, Edwardsville Billy Towell, Grafton Mrs. Mildred Shephard, 632 Lincoln, East Alton Mrs. Margy Austin, 1115 East Seventh Dismissals Mrs. Eloise Edelen, 3485 East Broadway Mrs. Mattie Gorce, 222 Salu James Goshorn, Jerseyville Mrs. Medora Johnson, 1920 Piasa William Knetzer, Wood River Mrs. Clco Maher, 1214 Armstrong Boyd McCoy. 629 At wood Frank Poindextor, 324 Bluff Miss Allean Watson, 1902 Market Mrs. Anna Wiehe, Rt. 3, Edwardsville Mrs. Wilma Wiese, 467 Prospect, Wood River Mrs. Viola Winkle, 502 East Union, Edwardsville HARTFORD—James Manahan, father of Hugh Manahan, a member of the District 104 Board of Education and former village board official, and of Mrs. Kenneth Losvc, East Alton, and Charles Manahan, Forest Homes place, died at 7:05 a. m. today In Wood River Township Hospital where he had been taken last Sunday. Manahan, whose home is at Wayne City, arrived In Hartford last Thursday to visit his son and shortly after his arrival here suffered a paralytic stroke. Later complications developed that resulted In his death. He had been active in work of the Baptist Church for many years and was a former deacon of General Baptist Church. Eight children, including tho three in the Wood River area, sur- a patient In the hospital for seven weeks. Mrs. Long, a former resident of Alton, was Ihe mother of Mr*. Ruth Stanka of the North Side. During her residence here She resided for more than 16 years on Ohouteau avenue and was known here tis a kindly neighbor. She wa« born Nov. 30, I8W, at Ottervllle, In Jersey county, a daughter of the late Mr, and Mrs. William Dunnegan. She had resided n Iowa before coming to Alton in 926 and on Nov. 24,1909, nt Rome, vas married to Bert Long. Surviving In addition to her hus* land and daughter, arc a sister, Mrs. John Klnser of Greenfield, and a granddaughter. Two children preceded her in death. The body-Is at Gent funeral home vhere friends may cafl after 3 p. in. Wednesday. Funeral rites vlll be Friday at 9 a. m. In St. Ambrose Church. Interment will be n St. Patrick's cemetery. The •osary will be recited at 8 p. m. Thursday. vive. His wife preceded him in death in 1941. The body is at: the Frank Combs funeral home, Wayne City, pending funeral arrangements. T. Augustus Word has been received here of the death Sunday of Theodore Augustus, 76, in St. Mary's Hospital, East St. Louis, where he had been a patient for two weeks. Augustus, who formerly lived at 1721 East Broadway, Alton, retired approximately 20 years ago as a laborer from the Owens-Illinois Glass Co., and moved to East St Louis. He was born Jan. 11, 1876 in Crete, Greece. Surviving are his widow Zabio Mary Augustus, a daughter Mrs E. W. (Zoe) Phillips, and two grandsons, Theodore N. and Andrew B. Milas, former Altonians now living in East St. Louis. The body is at the Kurrus funeral home at 2525 State street East St. Louis where friends may call until time of the funeral in the Greek Orthodox Church, lltr and Gaty streets there at 1:30 p m. Wednesday. Interment will be in the Mt. Hope cemetery, Belle ville. Cheryl D. Baker SHIPMAN—Cheryl Denis Baker infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs Roy Baker of near Shipman, diec Monday in Alton Memorial Hospi tal, Alton, where she had been a patient since March 13, for treatment of a virus infection. Cheryl Denise, one of three children of Mr. and Mrs. Baker, was born Jan. 1, 1952. Surviving in addition to her parents are two brothers, Gerry Lee, and Dennis; her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Baker of Shipman, and her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smithpott of Gillespie. The body is at Jacoby funeral home in Bunker Hill where rites will be conducted Thursday at 2 p. m. by the "Rev. Herman C. Rhoads. Burial will be in Shipman cemetery. Friends may visit the tuncral home this evening and until time of the service. William L. Sparks Services Held Tuesday The funeral ot William L. Sparks,, a resident of Alton in his boyhood and young manhood years, was icld this morning at 10 o'clock at the Morrow & Qulnn funeral home. The services were conducted by the Rev. E. J. Vance of First.Pres- byterian Church and burial was In the Sparks burial plot In Alton cemetery. The funeral party arrived yesterday afternoon from Terre Haute, Ind. It consisted of three children of Mr. Sparks, Baxter Sparks of Virginia Beach, Va., Debosv Sparks and wife of Nashville, Tenn.; ! : s daughter, Mrs. Paul Wisely of Terre Haute with her husband and two sons, and a daughter In law. A nephew George S. Mllnor arrived from 'Evanston, 111. Mr. Sparks was the last of a generation of the children of Capt. D. R. Sparks, for many years a widely known flour miller. ' Pallbearers were John S. Lamb, and William Wiseley, of Terre Haute, M. Ryrie Milnor, Paul S. Cousley, James R. Mulroy, and R. P. McLaughlin. GUESTS RESCUED FROM BURNING HOTEL — A male guest of the St. George Hotel in downtown Los Angeles starts down d fire department ladder to safety during the fire that burned through part of the eslablishment early Tuesday and took at least eight lives. Directly below him a woman is screaming to be saved, Another guest at upper right wails his turn,—AP Wirephoto. GIRL DROWNS IN RAIN-FILLED HOLE — John R, Eksrrancl (right) covers Bis face as he walks away from the spot where his daughter, Marie Louise, 5, drowned in Pasadena. Calif. Firemen and attendants (center) use a resusatalor in a vain attempt to revive the tot who fell in a rain water-filled hole. At far left is Ed Boersma, one of the youths who pulled the little girl from the water.—AP Wire- photo. , • . • Mrs. Grabbe's Will In Probate Court Mrs. Grace Abbot Blair Services Are Held Monday Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon in First Baptist Church for Mrs. Grace Abbott Blair, 90, a longtime member of the church, who died last Thursday at Toledo, Ohio, her home for the past 20 years. Interment was in Alton cemetery. The Rev. Roland Turnbull, pastor of the church, officiated at the rites, and Mrs. Turnbull was organist. Pallbearers were John A. Ryrie, Rogers Farley, Gordon Haxel, Wade Bauer, Zell Shaver, and Buren Haynes. 2 Roys Missing Suggesting the possibility that the boys might have gone on a hitch-hiking trip, Anton Masiero of Maple Park, Cottage Hills, reported to the police at 12:30 a. m. today that his 12-year-old son, Richard, and a chum of the same age, had failed to return from play last evening. lie asked police aid to seek the boys, and was advised how to inform the sheriff's office of the absence of the two 'teenagers. Albert Frederick EDWARDSVILLE-Alhert Frnde- rick, 63, a former commit finisher, died unexpectedly Monday afternoon in his living quarters near tho Wabash Railroad Co. depot, just northwest of Kdwardsvillc. He had been under treatment of a physician. • The body is at Schneider funeral home. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. % C. Long Mrs. La Vela Bramley Services Held Monday Funeral services for Mrs. La- Veta Bramley, 44, wife of Chanes J. Bramley of 2114 Main street, were conducted at 3 p. m. Monday in the Main Street Methodist Church by the Rev. Carl Mitchell. Burial was in Upper Alton cemetery. Soloist was Maurice Wadsworlh. accompanied on the organ by Carl .lessen. -Pallbearers were Curl Prewitt, Mark Hcadloy, Urban Gubser, William Graul, C. A. .Stickler, and William Ilughson. Blinker Hill BUNKER HILL—Miss Joyce Alexander, Dorchester, accompanied Mrs. A. H. Bauer and Mrs. Donald Grlebel to Oceanside, Calif., where Don Griebel is stationed. Mrs. Griebel plans to make her home in California as long as Griebol is stationed there. Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Fensterman and Carol Jean, Chesterfield, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Scheldt and family. Tin? Fenstennans visited Mrs. Fensterman's uncles, .the Scheldt Brothers, in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Thompson, Seymour, Mo., have been visiting relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ross, sr., Waynesville, Mo., visited Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ross, jr., and son John, over tho weekend. Bill Zarges, senior at Bunker Hill High School, underwent surgery at St. Francis Hospital, Litch-j Smith of Pooria. field, Fridav, Upper Alton Kfimmage. Sale, Women of Ihe College Avenue Presbyterian Church are having their annual spring rummage sale in the church basement Thursday at 1 p.m. Mrs. Earl Scharfer asks that all persons making donations to the sale bring the articles to the church Thursday at 9 a.m. The articles will be picked up by a committee which can be contacted by calling 3-9488. Milton Arcn Girl Scout Report Mrs. Bcrlrand Brewstcr, Milton area cookie sale chairman, reports that 2657 boxes of cookies were sold during the'Girl Scout cookie sale in the Milton area. Troops In the'area include five Brownie troops, and three intermediate Girl Scout troops.. Brownie Troop 87, under the leadership of Mrs. Lester Miller, was accredited with the highest number of boxes sold. The girls sold 447 boxes of cookies. Illooil and Bullets Blood and Bullets," a Red Cross film taken on Korean battlefields will be presented at the Brown Street Baptist Church Thursday at 1 p.m. for the Upper Alton area. Lecturing and explaining different parts ot the film will be Dr. Henry Holley. Walton Chapter Rummage Sale Walton chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will hold a rummage sale Friday. The sale will be at the Franklin Masonic temple on Washington avenue at 9 a.m. To Hear Panel Discussion Men's Council of Upper Alton Baptist Church will meet at 6:30 p.m. today for a potluck supper. At 7:30 p.m. a program of interest to the entire church congregation will be presented. A panel discussion will be held by Protestant, Catholic and Jewish; laymen, who will present beliefs, of their respective religions. The representatives will be Harold Gwillirn, Protestant; J. F. Schlafly, Catholic; and Dr. Julius Katz, Jewish. Personal**Philip Smith is spending this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Smith, 2609 College avenue. Smith is a freshman at Yale school of medicine. New Haven, Conn., and is in Alton on spring vacation. Orville Thies who has been absent from his business establishment: for several weeks, returned to work Monday. He received treatment at Barnes Hospital in Louis, during his illness. ! After a month's confinement at Alton Memorial Hospital, Charles Smith has returned to his residence at 2720 Walnut. He .was taken to Ihe hospital following a heart attack, and returned home Monday afternoon. lie is bein^ cared for by a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Charles County Assessors To Meet Friday Group to Discuss 1952 Assessment Program EDWARDSVILLE-- Assessors of Madison county's '24 townships will meet here Friday morning to discuss the county assessment program for 1952 and receive their records and supplies. The group's annual meeting, scheduled for 1.0 a. m. in the board of supervisors' room at. the courthouse, was called by A'lton ToSvnshlp Assessor James P. Gorman, president of the county assessors' association. Instructions for making the annual assessment this spring nre to be presented by County Treasurer Guy Harper, ex-offlclo county supervisor of assessment, find a representative of the Illinois Department of Revenue also Is expected to be oti hand to outline the 1952 program. The 1952 assessor books and supplies of asHesment. schedules and dog license tags will be distributed by County Clerk Eulalla Hotz. Township assessors collect the annual county dog license fees in rural areas In connection with their spring assessment work. Speed Limit Sign Found Alderman Brown of Severitl Ward, en route to the city hall foi the council's finance session, Mon day evening, brought to the police a "30 miles an hour" speed-restriction sign that had been knocker to the street In the 1300-block of Washington avenue. The blood In our bodies travels at an average speed of seven miles an hour. Cftrllnvllta Recreation Group* To Meet CARLINVILLE Members of the Maooupln County Federation and Macoupln County Recreation groups will meet nt 7:<I5 p.m. tonight. The federation will meet In the board room of the Farm Bureau building and the recreation in the PMA Hall. New officers of the recreation group will assume their duties at that time. Field Trillin Set CARLINVILLE — The annual spring field trials for the Gillespie Sportsman's Club has been scheduled fop March 30 and will be held eight miles north and west of Glllesple with, headquarters in Ihe Spanish Needle schoolhouse. 'The one day, three stake trial will begin at 7-a.m. Lunch will be served in the schoolhouse at noon. Judges will be John Parker of Lincoln; Joss Edwards, Ronnie Blggerstaff, and Don Watkins all of Alton. Raymond Fish Market Moved By Huge Crane Rcat Raymond's fish market has been moved—about 60 feet upstream from Its former site at the foot of Henry street. This wasn't, a long drawn-out job. It .was accomplished In a hurry. A crane of Wolf Construction Co. picked up the fish dock, moved it 60.feet along the river bank below the dam. ' Now, Mrs. Raymond will carry out a program of Improvements on her dock, so she can more efficiently serve her patrons. EDWARDSVILLE — In her will, on file In probate court, Mrs. Clnrn M. Qrobbe of Alton, provided for creation of n trust estate for bone- It, of. a son, Henry Robert Qtabbo, Alton. Mrs. Clrabbe died Feb. 25. Executed Jan, 31, 1951, the will icqueRtha the estate In trust to First National Bank & Trust Co., Alton, with directions to pny the not Income to tho son semiannual- 'y, beginning n year after Mr». jrnbbft's death. Tho son, whose ago was listed ns 22 In the petition for probnle, Is to receive tho trust estate when 10 attains tho ago of 30. M. E. Newell, Alton, was nominated executor In the will. Valuo of-the estate was not disclosed In the petition for probate, hearing on which has been continued, In the absence ot a will, admin- stratlon wan opened In the estate of Harry M. Dlnwlddle, operator of the Central, Cafe In Roxana, who died March 17. Heirs named in ho petition lor administration wore the widow, Mrs, Gertrude Dlnwlddle of Roxnna, arid three hlldren, M. M. Dlnwlddle, East Alton, appointed administrator; H [•f. Dlnwlddle, Roxann, and Mr« elen Gerdornan, Wood River, Jefferson County, Wisconsin )oasts a record of having more dairy cows to the square mile than any other U. S. county. The origin of oil lamps is lost In antiquity. Mrs. Catherine Myrle Long, 60, wife of Bert Long of near Jersey- villo. died at 9 a. m. today in St. .Joseph's Hospital. She has been in ill health for Ihe past year and Incunabula is the Latin term used to designate books pnntc'd before 1500 . D. The average temperature over the entire earth is about 45 to 5IJ degrees Fahrenheit. 3 Fender Skirts Stolen Ernest Webb of 1310 Ka.-4 Fourth street complained to the police shortly after 5 p. in. Monday that two fender skirls had been stolen from his car while it was left parked in Uncle Remus lot on William street, most of (be day. The original flag that insplrec Francis Scott Key to write "Th Star Spungled Banner" now Is 1: the Smithsonian Institution. More medical books arc publish-d In Philadelphia thftn In any other city In the United States. Calendars always hadi wooden pages In Denmark and Sweden luring ancient times. ' For Her Hlrthdny A ribbon-tied vase of Rows, Snapdragons and Panales U truly your beautiful gift to hoi-. Only flowers can be expected to convey your great love for her ... On, how sh« looks forward to receiving your flowers on this day. UJoboor WIRE RECORDER Mod* br W«tM«r-Chlc«80 Easy operation makes it ideal for home u«e. Wire can be replayed over and over, or erased for re-use. Tone is clear and sharp and in preferred by profi-ssional people lor voice recordings. Comes with microphone, two spools of wire, and carrying case. cl/locr , U. L. approved. $149.50 UJebcor TAPE RECORDER... Mod* by Wtbtttr-Chlcogo Has three speeds..."fast" speed for musical recordings; "»low" speed for voice recordings; special last rewind and forward speed. Records up to two hours on one reel. Comes with microphone, reel of tape, tad carrying case. U. L. approved. $187.50 M«nori»» loil for»v»r »• • W»hco«. ATTENTION PHARMACISTS— Let us show you how a Webster recorder can help you in your business. Come in for a free demonstration. GODWIN Office Supply Alton's Commercial Stationer 114 EAST BROADWAY PHONE 3-7756 . ANNOUNCEMENT V .'" HDBER'S PATIO ROOM MODELS Will Present A Showing at r SPRING AND SUMMER ENSEMBLES In The ... RIVIERA ROOM. HOTEL STRATFORD SATURDAY, MAR. 29-12 to 2 P. M. Special Patio Luncheon, $1.25 ,«M OKDEK FKOM TUB MENU) YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED To Attend Thii GALA AFFAIR Make Up A Party. Bring Your Friends LA VERNE G. MIGET I'm Looking Forward lo Seeing My Many Friends LAV RUN E G. MIGET (Mgr.) WOMEN'S WEAR HOTEL STRATFORD 225 MARKET STREET Evangelistic Crusade CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Southern) 1422 Washington Ave, Scniccs Twice Daily 10 a.m. and 7: 30 p.m. Riv, Whielir Thompson, The Public is Invited Here Are Real Values for You in Close-Out of Factory Discontinued Chrome Breakfast Sets Including Chrome Table with Formica Tops and 4 Chrome Chairs with Plastic Backs and Seats. Really big bargains await you today. Every set a new one ... A factory discontinued pattern . . . You may make color selection in the plastic covered chairs. A Regular $109.50 5-Piece Set On Sale lor Only C. J. JACOBY & CO. 627 E, BROADWAY, ALTON, ILL No Extra Charges Added for Our Convenient Payment Plan :*i

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