Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 27, 1952 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 27, 1952
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THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1991 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MISS BILLIE BRUMMELL of Easf Alton, American Airlines stewardess, presented a 4-foot cnncer sword, symbol of the 1952 Cancer Crusade, to Mayor Joseph M. Darr-,t of St. Loui:. Wcdno<day Twelve of the swords were flown by American Airlines from Washington, to principal cities for the opening of the April campaign Pictured, left to right are, Mayor Darsf, Charles S. Drew, St. Louis area chairman, Miss Bummell. Hospital Motes St. Joseplt'x Ifovpi* ti I Medical Treatment • Pierce Smilh, 3267 State. Edward Mine, 314 George, East Alton. James Edward George, 2 East Thirteenth. James Moore, 123 West Cherry, Hartford. Mrs. Blanche. Kaeser, 711 Union. Miss Peggy Lou Mades, Kamps- villo. Miss Judith Ann Haar, 1004 East Fourth. George Wickenhauser, 3528 Wickenhauser. Richard Chappell, 1006 Elliott. Surgical Treatment Mrs. Deeta Foster, Route 1, Bethalto. Dismissal* .Margy Austin, 1115 East Seventh. Mrs. Anna Mae Barton, 1107 East Fifth. Fred Burger, Route 2, East Alton. George Carlson, 615 State. Marvin R. Ebker, 3612 Gilham. Mrs. Kathryn Grossheim, Fairmount. Cynthia Kay Gust. Wood River. George Hegger, Hardin. Mrs. Lillie Kelly, Carrollton. Jimmie Jones, 164 East Jennings. Wood River. Mrs. Eva Nunn, 569 Leslie. Wood River. ' Walter Pummill, 211C Clawson. Mrs. Flora Sinclair, Roule 1, Edwardsville. Mrs. Clara Wyalt and infant daughter, 2061 Hickory. Mrs. Juanila White, 1018 Elliott. Mrs. Pauline Warr, 259 Lincoln. Mrs. Itnogene Underwood, 1305 East Fourth. Miss Marilyn Louise Smith, 3411 Millon. Alton Memorial Hospital Medion! Treatment Mrs. Frances Hurley, 930 Tremont. Millard Wilkey, 918 Logan. Henry Belz Logan III, Rosewood Heighls. William Obermiller. 907 Milton. Shirley Hart. Bel hallo. Wesley Gibson. 302 Arch, Jerseyville. Mrs. Maude Flowers, Brownstown. Mrs. Edna Singleton, 133 Illinois, East Alton. Surgical Treatment James Lievers, Cottage Hills. Kristin Montalbano, Route 2, Godfrey. Mrs. Evelyn Fielder, Bethalto. PAGE TWENTY.ON* William Scheldt, Bunker Mill. Sherwood Lewis, 638 Ferguwm, Wood River. James Essary, Cottnge H!11«. William Lively, 298 Jefferson. Pearl Cope, Route 2, Fieldon. David Rndrllffe. 1137 Green. Claude Woodson, Brighton. John tangnckor, 2011 Hazel. Mrs. Bessie Welborn, Route 2. Godfrey. Thomas 0. Clark, 2726 Pow. hatan. Mrs. Margaref Mercuric, 11 IS Milton. Mrs. Dorothy MrCormiok, 613 Leonard. Mrs. Kdna Henderson, Route 2. Godfrey. Mrs. Mldrod Rn.v. 2205 Maxcy. Mrs. Annabel! Moore. 3029 Mayfield. Mrs. Emma Fritz. Bunker Hill. Mrs. Alire Melsenhelmer, 2420 San ford. Cynthia Pieper. Roule 2, Fleldon. Mark Tennikait, 412 Penning, Wood River, Mrs. Glenn Don ring and infant daughter, Jerseyville. Wood Iff vet* Totrtt.vftfp ffofffiitfffl Meillenl Trenlmrnt Mrs. Belly Jean Bartels. -DS North Ninth. Gary Lewis Johnson, 2<lfi Soulh Central. Kenneth Gil more, 20!) Ac I on. Bonnie Sue Draper, Collace Hills. Doris Pierce, 300 North Olive, Hartford. Volma MeGowan, Route No. 2, Edwardsvllle. Suriflrnl Treatment Mrs. Frances Carter, 71 West Drive. East Alton, John T. Smith, 304 Picker. Kathleen Fiegenbaum, 445 Wood River avenue, East Alton. Mrs. E. Ethel Lyon, 490 North Sixth. Frank Rye, East. Alton. William Colbert, 7500 St. Charles Rook Road, St. Louis. Mo. Dismissal* Mrs. Virginia Saylor and infant daughter, 112 Illinois Ave., East Alton. Mrs. Marveline Knipping, 237 North Wood River ave, Richard Huffman, 109 Grpnd. East Alton. Hubert C. Dalrymple, 545 Third. Mrs. Ella Bertha Davis, 28 West Lorena. Mrs. Evelyn IJrsprung and infant Son, 805 Wood River. George Fulkcrson, 61 East Penning. Mrs. Geneva Moore, 32 West Date, Hartford. Roy McClelland, 14th & Edwardsville road. John_R. Maslorson, 3420 Milton Drive, Alton. Mrs. Shirley Henderson and infant Daughter, Route 1, Bethalto. Mrs. Dellamaj; Whyte, 3616 Horn, Alton. Mrs. Lillian Schultz, 622 Sheppard, Alton. Cars to Have Blue Flasher Lights WOOD RIVER - Blue flnsher light* are being Installed this week on the fronts of private automobiles' belonging to volunteer and regular Wood River firemen. Fire Chief Wallace Bond asked today that other motorists honor the lights by giving the drivers of such cars the right-of-way when the lights are flashing. The lights will be used only vhen the firemen are racing to Ires and possibly for other emergencies. "They won't, be used at •ther times," Bond said. The same lype flashing signal s being used by other departments throughout the state and the nstallatlon of such lights has been approved by state law, ac- :ordlng to Bond. He said that practically ail the iVood River volunteers and paid Iremen are Installing tho lights, RESOLUTIONIST KNIGHTED—For signing h.s an'mul proclamation designating April as Cancer Month in Alton, Mayor l.lnkcglp. is tapped on the '•houlder with the American Cancer Sociely's sword cadu'^:::,, mahng him a Cancer Guilder. Mrs. Lmil I lubcr, of the Madison County Chapter of the American Cancer Soorly, does the "knighting." Mrs. George Slay, executive secretary, looks on.—Staff photo. Alton Area Deaths fohn Ruff corn Mites Conducted at Grafton GRAFTON. — Funeral rites for ohri Ruffeorn were conducted 'uesday at 2 p.m. In (he Assem )ly of God Church by the pastor, he Rev. Hubert' Roberson, Interment was In tho Hartford come- cry, west of Grafton. Pallbearers were James Callo- vuy, Louis and Charles Bockholdl, larvey Meilke, George Bogue and tarry Filner. James T. Donahue James T. Donahue, 84, of Chester, died at 4 a.m. today in SI. Elizabeth's Hospital, Granite City, of injuries suffered last: Monday in an automobile accident five miles north of Granite City in which his great-grandson, Dean Craig Littlefield, 3, and great-granddaughter, Sharon Lee Litllefield, 4, of Chester, also lost their lives. Sharon Lee and Dean Craig were children of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Littlefield of Chester. Joint funeral services for the three will be held Saturday in Schroeder funeral homo, Chester. Mrs. Arthur Campbell of Collage Hills, a daughter of Donahue, said that her father was accompanying Mrs. Liltlefiekl, her three children, and Louis Donahue, and Helen Donahue, from Chester to Cottage Hills to visit at time of the mishap. Louis and Helen Donahue are sons of James Donahue. Mrs. Littlefield, her son, Richard, and Louis and Helen Donahue escaped with minor injuries. Donahue is survived by throe daughters, Mrs. Campbell, Miss Helen Donahue of Chester, and Mrs. H. W. Allen of Burlington, PARADE of Alton's Most Complete Selection Of Beautiful New Shoes! SHOES Sandals! Specs! Operas! Meshes! Patents! Calfskins! Navys! Pastels! Spring's loveliest styles by these celebrated makers... I0 9 VI4 MARQUISE JACQUELINE NATURAL POISE $ 8 9St o $ 9 M $7.95 IA.BS I to 9 Aii exciting piirarie nf Knutar ihnr» (hut are top lahhion IIRWS! Ik it a iiudv kundul ... » hlim opera ... a «'urx iicpoiiii sliiiff you're |ooki"K for? W<* have it! You'll IInil juit the right ulioe for that Important outfit in our wonderful new cullet'tion. Do come in noon) In., and three sons, Chnrlos Edward ot Cottage Hills, and Louis and Wlllinm of Chester. Norman J. Jasper SHIPMAN, — Norman J. Jasper, 53, a rural mail carrier in Ihe Shipman area for 28 years, died Wednesday afternoon about 4:30 p.m. while en route to Jefferson Barracks in Jacohy ambulance. He had suffered a heart condition and asthma and two years ago had been a patient, for a while at the Missouri Veterans Base Hospital. His condition became serious Saturday and it. was decided to return him for treatment. Born in Manchesler, Nov. 11, 1898, a son of Ihe late Charles and Minnie Hubbs Jasper, Jasper moved with his family to Shipman 32 years ago. At the age of 18 he on- listed for service in World War I. He was married June 30, 1930, to Miss Edith Green, who survives, as do three children, one brother, 'and four sisters, who are Gordon and Lorraine at home, and Norman jr. a freshman at Ball Stale Teachers College, Muncic, Incl.; three of the sisters, Mrs. W. J. Berry, Mrs Victor Theobald and Mrs. Leila Livingston, live at Detroit, anc Mrs. Arlie Garber, a sister, at In dianapolis, Ind. A brother, Emory resides in Albuquerque, N.M. The body was moved to the Jacoby funeral home in Bunker Hill. Funeral arrangements arc incomplete. Ylrs. Mary Raymond's Death Learned Here Mrs. Mary Raymond, widow of jiles Raymond, died early this nornlng at her home, near Dorsey, iccording to word received by Alton relatives. Her death was unexpected. James Smiley Hurled The body of James Smiley, 77, retired construction worker, was rtlerred In St. Patrick's cemetery his morning following services at !0:30 a. m. at Stolen funeral home. The Rev. Father Peter DonOhoe of St. Patrick's Church officiated at ho rites at tho funeral home and U the cemetery; Two Grass Fires Two grass fires were quelled by Alton .firemen Wednesday. One ,vas stopped by No. 3 company, at 1:13 p. m., at Lincoln avenue and McPherson "street; the other was tt 11:10 p, m. at .813 Cenlrol avenue, with the alarm answered by No. 2 company. . Rico paper, so named because it is mistakenly supposed to be made from rice, is actually made from Ihe pith of a small tree. HOMELESS CHILDREN — These four brothers and a Sister were left on a Bluefield street after being given directions for delivering a note to police. Chief C. N. Wilson said the note was signed by Kelly Hall, Pocahontas, Va, coal miner. The note said the mother had left home with another man and Mali could'not take Care of thorn while working. The eldest child, Joyce Ann, 8, is holding the youngest, Lloyd, 9 months.—AP photo. Mrs, Anna Vnndcrbcck Services Set Friday Funeral services for Mrs, Anna Vandcrbeck, 89, wife ot Arthur 1 Vanderbock ot 614 Spring street, will be conducted at 2 n. m. Friday fi'Om the Slaten funeral home by the Rev. 0. W. Heggemeler, pastor of the Evangelical & Reformed Church. Burial will be In Upper Alton cemetery. Friends 'm«y call at tho funeral home. Mrs. Vanderbeck was preceded In death Oct. 11,1951, by a ion, Henry Langendorf W St, Louis, HOME PERMANENT :EOS NO NEUTRALIZED Automatic Ntulralltlnf G!v«» EUit Curl ol • Any Wnvlni Method, No Striffljr End*. Emler to UM, ilvei»far bettir w«v«, right down to tht endt. Gu»r»nt«ed to"tnk«" every time,'or your money back, be- cam* PROM mutralttii ntomaticolly, AT ALI Only PROM come* In 1 typei, for different klndi o( hair. Wonderful for all tjrpe«,lncludtn|bl««ch«l, colored, of tinted hair. Grand for children 1 ! r*> •l«»nt hair. THRIFTY DRUG STORES Upper Alton Undergoes Surgery Jnke Bryant of Fosterburft road, underwent surgical treatment for a brain tumor Wednesday. Hryant has been at the Missouri-Pacific Hospital for Ihe p;isl two months. To Attend Institute, Members of llv Upper Allon WCTU will attend Ihe county group Inslilule of Hie WCTU in Kasl St. Louis Friday. The rounlies represented at Ihe meeting will be Madison, St. Clfiir, Greene, and Calhoun. The meeting will begin at fl:.'!0 a, m. at First Methodist Church at Kith and Sum met street. Those who plan to nlloud from the Upper Alton area are to meet ;il the Upper Alton I'aptisl Climvh fit 8:,'!0 a. m. for transportation. They are to bring Ilifir own box lunches; r-offee arid refreshments will be sers'cfl by Ibf host chiirrh. Troop KnlerialiiH Troop TO of Horace' Mann School entertained Troop 110 of Clara Hnr- ton School Tuesday. Troop fili is Ifd by Mrs. H. Lewis, and Mrs. B, F. Ward; troop 110 led by Mis. Gilbert, and Mr c . Alsohrook. Following the business meetings Ihe members of both troops formed the horseshoe for the flag ceremony, the pledge of allegiance; and the Girl Seoul promise. They closed Iho program by singing "America, the Benuliful." Group games and songs were led by Miss Rernii e I.undnbl, field director of the area. Fluid Kclicarsal Final rehearsals will be held tonight and Sunday tiy students from ; the Shurtleff College Conservatory • of Music. The students, under tb<- direction of Oreu Brown, will pre'•enl hvo operas Monday and Tuesday nigliK at Allon High School auditorium at 8 p. in. A third performance will he given in SI. l*ouis at the Wednesday club Friday, April 4. The operas to be presented are < "Bastion and Bastienne", written j by Mo/art a I. the iigc of 1L'; and a contemporary piece, "Nov.n In the Valley", by Kurt Weil. 58th WcililliiK Aiuiurrsary \ Mr. and Mrs. l-id'.sard llechler. '^7'JH Powhatan slreel, uill observe their T>8th wedding anniversary Friday. They have three children. , Mrs. William Stone. Mrs. Leonard Brakeville, and Herman Heehler, all of Allon, The !!'•(-tiler family ha« lived at their Pouhatan ad- di'ess for more than 'M >ears, ;md ai'B well-known in the Alton area llechler is retired horn the Owens Illinois Glass Co. The U. S. Marine Corps will cele- i brate its J77lh »nniveisary Nov.! 10, 1952. ' Coats - Suits i OUT THEY GO! JUST Ii\ TIME FOR EASTER SPECIAL SALE OF 200 TOPPERS Taken I nun Rf|Ul«r Block ALL WOOL TAFFETA AMI €REI»E LINED BLUE CHECKS BEIGE LAVENDER PINK WHITE GOLD AQUA NAVY Fleeces — Novelties Suedes — Basket Weaves — Stripes. $ Values to $29 Values to $35 » to IS - 10 to 20 SPRING COATS Values to $45 Half Sifi's! Thtrmo-Jact Si/.l'b 7 to li. Choice $2.98 Caster Dresses 95 .Vylons 1'riiita Linens Cottoiu No C O \T or TOPPER Will lli» Sold for More Than $35 RetfttrdleMi of Former Prlee. i

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