Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 28, 1952 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, March 28, 1952
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FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 19S2 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Hospital Notes Wood ftit'er Totr»t*hip ffospiftft ModlrnI Treatment Mrs. Myrtle Hargis, 427 Wood River nvcnuo. Michael Blnokartl, 220 Hnllcr, East Alton. Miss Ktla Hubhnrcl. !W5 First. StirRlm! Treatment Mrs. Bonnie Goods. 30 Fourteenth. Wayne G. CalnVcll. Route 1, Kd- warrlavllle. Dismissal* Mrs. June HnrmeninR, Route 1, East Alton. Ronald Prickett, 126 West Dale, Hartford. Frank Romano, 11 Waleoft. William Colbert. 7500 St. Charles Rock Road, St. Louis, Mo. Wayne Shampine, 202 Pence. East Alton. Mrs. Hetty .lean Bartels, 418 North Ninth. Mrs. Klvn Slnuffer, 197 Goulding, East Alton, and infant son. St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Treatment Leo LoriR, 611 Forest. Arthur NuernberR, 6GO Vandalia, Edwardsville. Frank Joseph Singer, 3400 Agnes. Thomas C. Jackson, 1821 Seminary. Mrs. Mary Glower. 2718 Brown. Mrs, Mary Coons. 314 Spring. Phillmer W. Day, 621 East Fifteenth. Larry W. Barrow, 158 Central, Wood River. Debra Lee Prusa, 11 South Sec- -ond, Wood River. Surgical Treatment Mrs. Rose Thompson, 419 East Fourth. Edward Earl Depper, Grafton. Mrs. Edith Balchelor, Route 2, Godfrey. Mrs. Betty Williams, 220 West Seventh. Godfrey W. Goolsby, 305 Lampert. Mark W. Cobb sr., 612 Mechanic. Chole Ann Sellier, 3418 Badley. Marvin Harold Hord, 501 Stowell. Carl H. Tuetken, 1110 McPherson. Richard Meisenheimer, Bethalto. Mrs. Elsie E. Weirich, 1008 East Seventh. Kenneth Anders, 706a East Broadway. Dismissals Robert Gardner, 415 Alton. Miss Clara Brown, 327 East Twelfth. August M. Crivello, 430 Bluff. William Joseph and Maureen Wethington, 3618 Coronado. Mrs. Pauline French and infant son, Route 1, Chesterfield. Mrs. Naomi Wieneke and infant son, West Exchange, Jerseyville. Mrs. Bernice Black and infant daughter, 2525 Clawson. Miss Anita, Sue Turner, 3245 Oakwood. Mrs. Elizabeth Ballard, Route 4, Carroll ton. Mrs. Bertha Tueth, 1048 Washington. Mrs. Lilly Mickelon and infant son, 506 Main. Mrs. Betty Guccione and infant son, 411 Chamberlain. Vincent J. Rallo, Route 1, Ed-j wardsville. ! William Hodnpp, Brighton. | Mrs. Alice M. Schclle, 430 Bluff.; Alton Memorial ffoffftlffff Meillcnl Treatment Delhert Hamilton jr., 127 West' Tydemnn, Roxana. ; Mrs. Freda Dabbs, Route 1, Grafton. Richard A. Draper, 105 West Fiflh, Hartford. Dr. Frederic Fadner, 3207 College. Mrs. Mildred Ray, 2205 Max«»y. Mrs. Minnie Bean. 2210 Washington. Mrs. Wanda Seymour, Wood River. Mrs. Rosa Cichlar. 918'i Knst Seventh. Kltner Titsvvorth, Route 1, EMS! Alton. Surgical Treatment Walter Green. 807 Carpenter. Jnrseyville. Clem-,I. Buckler, Cottage ililis. William Walls, 32<1 Picker. Wood River. Oliver Oil, 308 North Lafayette. Jerseyville. Dismissal* Sherwood Lewis, 636 Ferguson. Wood River. Joseph Stantch. 501 Tip(on, Wood River. Mrs. Emma Wessel. Fairmount. Mrs. lola Thurm, Mcdora. Mrs. Madie O'Hara, 227 West Seventh. Mrs, Dorothy Mossharger, 3322 Agnes. Mrs. Maude Flowers, Brownstown. Patricia Stolze, 1254 Emerson. Edwardsville. Katherine Baird, 609 North Filmore, Edwardsville. Joel Baker, 2922 Hillcrest. Jacqueline Martin, 114 East Sixth, Roxana. Joseph James Losch jr., 514 Law! on. Mrs. Phillip Williams and infant son, Grafton. Mrs. Dearold Oseland and infant daughter, 2005 Brown. Millard Wilkey, 918 Logan. Youth Needed in Politics BONN, Germany /P—The high mortality rate in the West German parliament has brought an urgent appeal for young people to get into polities. And, in fact, twenty-two members of the 402-member Bundestag have died since it was constituted in 1949. Only three of these have been accidental deaths. It is possible for men to produce chemically a cold light similar to that of fire-flies but its cost is about 10 million times that produced by an electric light bulb. Norman Jasper Rites To Be Held Sunday SIHPMAN — Funeral rite., for Norman J. Jasper, w'..o died Wednesday afternoon will be held nl 2 p.m. Sunday in the Jncohy brothers fureral home at Hunker Hill, with the Rev. T. N. Harris, pastor of the Centerville Baptist Church officiating. American'on Post No. fiftl. Shipm.'in. of which J.\sp>r was a charter member will conduct military rites. Jasper hii'l received n 30-year pin recently from the post- He was also n member of the Masonic lodge and the Modern Woodmen of America. Ancient Tree Fr-llrd Recent Rales which swept Scotland claimed a forest giant -the famed beech tree of Nevvbattle j Abbey, RoxhurRshire. Dumfries I reports. Believed to have been j planted by the monks of New| battle about 450 years ago. the itree had a girth of 43 feet 8 inches land stood about 110 feet in height. Bethalto Rotary Hears Social Science Student* BKTHALTO-Five fflrls from Civic Memorial High School were guest speakers at the Wednesday evening dinner meeting of the Belhalto Rotary Club at the Zlon Lutheran Church. Program chuiman. John Mull, introduced Vftllie Robinson, Instructor in social science, who in iroduced five girls from Ills cliiss who each gave short talks on various orgnni/.ii lions of I he United Nations. The. Rirls were: Lillinn Davis, Sharon Reed, Helva Sit/es, Dorothy Hart, and Lenta tfimmermnnn. (iuest Rotarlans present were: Willnrd Flngg, Clarence Clerks and George Taylor, of the Edwardsville Club. Betltallo (Jirl Seoul Troop Kin-Is Officers BETH ALTO Members of Girl Scouts Troop VII met Wednesday evening nfler srluxil nl the 'Little House' with leaders, Mts. Lews Ricks and Mrs. Flora Olson, for the election of officers. Barbara Berry was elected president; Connie. McAdams vice-president; Judy Oetken secretary and Angelerm Trebing, treasurer. Publicity ehfiirman is Carol Olson. The girls were given awards for their efforts In the recent cookie sale. As n part of their sprlnp program, the girls voted to plnr.t flowers nl the Liltle House. The troop Is sponsored by the Worn- nn's Club. Many insects live only In lifted* tion with plants, tor fffirtftfKre those, who live all or putt flf their life nyeleft In the. wotjd of tree*, SPUDY LONG-LASTIHC r«W fot MUSTEROLF GOOD SHOES ALWAYS LOOK LIKE NEW WHEN REPAIRED AT UNION SHOPS BLUE KID a wonderful style twice wonderful with the Air Step touch! Air Step combines that favorite silhouette-the pump—with th« wonder of the famed Magic Sole. These are the pumpj dejigned with you in miad , . . trimjy tailored, frankly feminine. $1 A Tht Shoe with Hit Magic 5ol« X V You i%> on air Many more new Spring Styles and Colors to choose from. Be Thrifty - fftij/ t Maul's Shoes 121 W. THIRD ST. Tonite and Saturday—Last 2 Days of This Big Sale Pinwale Corduroy 1,47 vd Rich, .soft Irvtnrcd j>iin\!ilc corduroy in M vivncious new spring colors . . . tuilors licimli- fully for lll.VJ Cushions. Sturdy, lon«; wearing. .S(i-in. Cotton Polo Shirts Reg. 7!»c 59 C Special low price for this snlo only! Fine combed col ton in trail - blazing stripes, Short; sleeves, crew neck. Sizes S to 6x. Buy scvernl now! Men's Handkerchiefs Reg. 2 for 25c I ft for SISJC Best for everyday use! Made, of pure white cotton—soft and nb- sorbenl. Hemstitched edge's, Large J7\10-iri. s'r/.e. Stock up nt this thrifty price now! Blue Jeans Reg. 1.70 Ii55 Keen jeans! Sanforized* and strongly made with copper rivets. Button front, (i—Hi. *Max. fnliric shrinkage \%. Anchors A weigh Design Reg. 1.08 D. K lOC O.K.' Appealing boat design on lilun background. Popular Harmony House colors. Sold in double rolls only. Lovely Perennials 25C Man v van- poppy. < n!. urn bine, delphmuni, chrysanthemums. Plaid Towels 3 for 99C Site Kn Generous I8\3fl-in. si/e, iilen) for many household uses. Hrlght woven checks in mnn.v rolor coinhinatlons. liny plenty; Suve! Cotton Twill Overalls RCR. 1.19 7lC Gripner side openings, self lined t>ih, itdjustuble straps, slush pockets. Forest green, brown, copcn, grey, 1-4. Boys' Slack Socks Kejf. J9c pairs I Special purchase; hold blazer stripes in fine knit cotton. VNVII fitting elastic tops. Half si/.e.s 7 to II. Buy several pucks now and .save,' Poplin Sport Jacket 2.88 Keg;. 3,98 /Han - Irealerl parka poplin, mercerized, Sanforized, max. shrinkage \%. Colorfant. S., M., L. PotterytiU Design !.','« D. K ...... 75C an. Heaulifiil pottery design on green hucl<Kround. Sold in double rolls only. See it today and save. Corner Guards I'iiir 98c Pfoiert your laun, save money. lixr Each guard has 1 pickets, u 8 Inchei high, 1:1 inchet widt Galvaniied Steel Pail 20 n ;i \ \ n n i / c . (,itl\ ani/ed I t,M>l .•- I'Ujit. Hivetcd handle*. Tight fuung co\er. doijble proof »eains dipped galvanized Pilgrim Dress Shirts 79 Reg. 2.69 1 Look what you save on dress shirts during Scars Spring Savings Festival. Super quality shirts fashioned from high count cotton broadcloth. See it at Sears today and save at this new low price. BUY SEVERAL AND SAVE! Good Muslin Sheets 81x99 Reg. 2.79 2 19 Firm 134 threads per sq. in. muslin. Ideal "everyday" quality. Neat 3-in. head, 1-in, hem. Buy in quantities, save more! Come in, see the great value of these sheets. Buy several now and save at this low price. 91 x 108" 2.20 3-Pc. Maple Bedroom Sets 88 88 Reg. 109.50 Marvelous savings you won't want to miss! Give your bedroom new beauty. Lustrous 3 piece suite with plate glass mirror. A bedroom suite you will be proud to own. See it today and save at this low price. Steel Step-on Cans ]irlnlit. Knnmol Kxlerlor 10-mt. Oiimclty 87C A riMil kllchon helper! Flnnirml (xirci'luln oniKiicIrd Iniicrt (nilI all food parllclcN. Sllonl till. White Toilet Seats Smooth Triple Knumol Finish (.in ............. One-inch hardwood nent and cover I'll* all tttnndiird bowls, riantie, hinge. Dowel conntruc- tlou lusts longer. Evergreens Huy Tod«y mid Save 13 (0 JS ill........ I I Kvi-rureens to surround your home. Jiipini'r ICxcitlHii Mtric.ta, Ilcrckinan A.V and Honita A.V. Cabbage Plants 3 Popular Varieties I Down I'limts Produce. large solid liciuls, maturing in «5-Hrt (l»ys. I'inc an liililr dinli or for Naiierkraut. Kequirn lilt In crtro. liny now. White House Paint Keif. 1.10 Gal 3,43 tiaf. fiullon paints up to .H'^5 h(|. ft. 2 coats, IMIK.V lo apply. l'»e hruih or *pray on. Jluy today and SAVK. Screen Enamel 88c CJt. quart doti 8 ns: will not intfch. dri«» in ti in a houri. Black only. Chromium Polish He*. 29c Ailsldie Keeps ear rliioiue briiihl and chilly, neinoveb ru&t and road film easily, quickly. Chromium Fixtures Brighten-up Kitchen or Bath I Ml Kcjr. 2.08 llOO Clour louvre* in white cniim- elml gins* ahnile diffuse soft light. 6 Inchon In diameter. Extend* down 4'/&-ln. At Scant Plastic Wall Tilt Reg. 48c.. ...... Many beautiful colors; to chooi* from. Kuny to clean. Give» nevr ben ut y to wnlls. Complete in- itallntlon by expert*. •'•'• '• Economy Mowers Priced For Added Savings Reg. I fl.IW 14.QQ Shop, compiirc Sears exceptional quality, arnaxhiK low price. 10- in. cut. 5 steel nlrules. Easy rolling' rubber tires, Car Wash Mitts Convenient; Faster; Easier Reg. 1.20 Now! Wash your car cleaner with !'•»» effort! Biff 8x0-ln. mitt attaches to garden ho»e for contlnuoim water supply. Oval Fatigue Rugs Regularly 2.29 18*30 inches Priced low for savings! Kush Sritiare ddiign l» revolutionary. Shake to clean or use damp cloth. 4 Harmony House color*. Medicine Cabinets Reg. 2.35 i. FinUhed in White enamel with • 11» I o 1« I« »tt«J frame. Vi x 18-in. size plate mirror, New Spirk Bey. I. Set New AlliUte plu« made with pyriluml BepUce to4»y lor new power. («| economy. 309 PIASA FACV Phone 3-55U LA9 I

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