Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 'Slicker Wcetf Removed HrtS 2.9 Grade From Youth's Thront WOOD RIVER - Five-year- Old Larry Wakefield is alright today but he had quite s time Tuesday night after he had Swallowed what his folks at first thought was a sanrlburr. The boy's father. Chaum-ey Wakefield of 847 Tennyson avenue, said this morning that a •ticker weed about one inch long was removed from the boy's throat at Wood River Township Hospital. It had become lodged in the tonsil area. La cry was treated at 7:35 p. m. When certain dyes arc used fabrics ,nay si».w wide r.-hanges of color between daylight and artificial light. MORI TENDER MORE DELICIOUS MACARONI OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 9 P.M. rmt-fre« hot water all through th« hous« r-^/Y **»i.. ^ GAS WATER HEATER A Fowler glass-lined tank can't rust! . . . That means the hot water you get from your Fowler Porceltned Water Heater n always sparkling clean, always "nature pure". This kind of good hot water is available instantly whenever you tap it, any place in the house. Fowler offers many outstanding features that spell economy, long life and trouble- free service—plus a manufacturer's 15-year prorated warranty for every user. $•• FOWLER on display Wood River Youth Honored At Rolla School of Mines \VOOD RIVER. May 28.--George! lor of srience degree in petroleum Lee Stegemeier, son of Mr. and engineering. He will work thi.< Mis. f'.eorpe H. Stegemeier, 069 summer for the Ohio Oil Co. at '.Vood Riser avenue, was graduated i Robinson, 111., then enroll at the with the highest honors Monday j University of Texas to work on from the Missouri School of Mines his master's degree, at Holla. ' Slegemeier graduated in 1948 Stegemeier received the highest from the F.ast Alton-Wood River scholastie average for his grad- High School where he was active uating class of about 350. He main- in school affairs. At the Missouri tained a 2.9 grade School of Mines he became a average of a pos- member of Theta Kappa Phi, so- sible 3, rial fraternity: served on the K.x- He was pre- ccutive Council: became literary srp'rrl the A. P. editor of the Rollama. year book. Green Medal for nnd was on the editorial staff of ».\ c el 1 e n c e in the school paper, scholarship and 1Io vvas „ mPm hp r of the Blue outstanding K( ?y. nat j ona ] honor service fra- achievement in tfrn j t y, and the Theta Tan na- his college ca- \ mnn \ professional engineering fra- reer. Last year. , rrn j, v During his senior year Stegemeier won nc WS!! p rf , s j r ]p nt o f the Petroleum the A. P. Green scholarship. CIub anrl a member of the Amer- A few weeks ago. Slegemeier re- iran Institute of Mining & Metallur- ceived the National Tau Beta Pi gical Kngineers. Fellowship Award for 1952. This! gtegemeier was on the honor award carries a monetary value of | ist evprv semester ol his enroll- S1200 for graduate work in a school mcnt In 19 . 19 np was awar d P ri of the recipient's own choice. j , h(? Ro |i amo Board Key and in Stegemeier received his bache- ; 1950, the Gold Key for outstanding scholarship. In 1950, George's brother. Richard, then a senior at Missouri School of Mines, was recipient of the Tau Beta Pi Fellowship for thai year. He completed graduate work for a master's degree last June at Texas Agricultural & Mechanical College, College Station, Tex. Sweet's Have. fJnests WOOD RIVKR.-Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pripzlaff of Madison, Wis.. have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweet, 275 Thirteenth street. Mrs. Pripzlaff is an aunt, of Mrs. Sweet. Transferred to Memphis WOOD RIVKR.-Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Jones of the Old Kd- wardsville road, and their daughters, Janet and Paula Ann. will leave in the near future for Memphis. Tenn. Jones, who is associated with Shell Oil Co.. has been transferred to Memphis. Will (in to Yellowstone WOOD RIVKR.- Klhert Kimmel. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kimmel of 300 Solier place, will leave June 8, for Yellowstone Park, Wyo. He will be employed at Fishing Bridge resort during (he summer. Kimmel is a 1952 graduate of the local high school. Guests of Relatives WOOD R1VKR. - Mrs. William Bradbury and Mrs. Roy Davis of Versailles, III., are houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Kug'ene Davis, <153 George street. They attended the eighth grade graduation ceremonies Tuesday night: where Denny Davis, their grandson, was a grad- 78 Get Diplomas At Lewis-Clark Gradual ion Hrld Ttir>.*(la\ Evening at At Wood River Police Break Up Woman's Club Circus, But It Was All in Fun ELECTRIC MODELS ALSO IN STOCK AGA REFRIGERATION & APPLIANCE CO. YOUR EXCLUSIVE KELVINATOR DEALER 315 Belle St. PHONE 3-7776 WOOD RIVKR — Lowif-Clark Junior High School graduated 7R fighih grarlprs Tuesday night In the new school auditorium. Certificates were presented by George L, Hayes, president of the School District 104 Boarrt of Education. Similar exercises will be staged tonight at 8 p. rn. at the auditorium of Woodrow Wilson Junior High School in Hartford. The program opened with two numbers, a march and an overture. played by the school band, directed by Wilbur Hitle. Graduating students entered the auditorium lo a processional. "Largo" by Handel played by Mrs. Kunice Robinson, district vocal director. Highlight of the program was the announcement of winners of the American Legion essay contest and school rnedal awards, made by Francis Manning. Americanism chairman of Legion Post L'04 of Wood River. The awards were presented by Manning, ,Cmdr. Clifford Davidscm and Bill Blacklock, child welfare chairman. Essay winners were Ann Early of the eighth grade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Early, 303 Jennings avenue; Thomas Traband, of the seventh grade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Traband, .308 Acton avenue; and Phyllis Rhinehart of the sixth grade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rhinehart, 58 West Acton avenue. Ann used "Ralph Bunche" for her essay topic; Thomas used "Thomas Edisr/n"; and Phyllis used "Sam Houston". The medal awards were presented to Barbara Vol/, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vol/. 428 North Prospect street, and Norman Sar- kisoff. son of Mrs. Martha Sar- kisotf. lfi."> East Madison avenue. Winning honorable mentions were Connie Eckmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eckmann, 525 North Fifth street, and David Kulton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Fulton, 861 Halloran avenue. Tho Rev. Henry Wichman, pastor of St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church, gave the invocation. uate. Zlmmers T,PHVP for Chicago WOOD RIVKR.-Mr. and Mrs. R. F. dimmer and three children, formerly of 559 Whilelaw avenue, left today for Chicago, dimmer is associated with the Standard Oil Co. They plan to reside in Harvey. Accepts New 1'osition WOOD RIVKR Lou Scott, a general foreman at the Standard Oil Co., has accepted a position in the technical development division of the Chemstrand. Inc. He will assume his duties on June 1. The Chemstrand, Inc., is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hie Monl- santo Chemical Co. and American Viscose. Scott will train for one or two years at the DuPont Nylon plant at Martinsville, Va., before joining the new Chemstrand plant now under construction at Pensacola, Fla. The Scolts have lived at 3600 Western avenue, Milton. Scolt has worked for Ihe Standard Oil seven years. Lee HHninth Named Convention Delegate The student, body of SI. Joseph's Hospital school of nursing has elected Lee Helmuth, a second year student, lo represent the school at the biennial convention of the American Nurses Association in Atlantic City, N. J.. June 14-20. Hcllmulh is an active member of the Tenth District Student Nurses Assr/ciation and has served as chairman of the by laws committee during the past year. Recently he represented this organization at. the Student Nurses Association of Illinois meeting in Chicago. The convention in Atlantic City will bo highlighted by the organization of a National Student Nurses Association. Hellmuth is I he soil of Mr. and Mrs. August Hellmuth of 717 Spring street. WOOD RIVKR — Wood River police broke up the Woman's Club circus Tuesday night, but all in i fun. It was about the only way to get the dozen colorful performers out of the banqtjet room at St. Paul's Lutheran Church and al: low for an installation of officers. So, after Toya the snake charmer had ctiarmed and Pavlova the tightrope walker had hoisted her umbrella, the police night riders , insaded the banquet room, turning I the women back to more serious business. ! The "Greatest Show on Earth" i was staged as surprise entertain- i merit and probably will go down in Woman's Club history as one of their zaniest annual programs. A few of the performers, acting incognito, had to be introduced following the mock arrest. Mrs. Karl Fulp. toastmistress for the .evening's program, took on the job after Bobo the clown feigned dumbness. : Amid barking and music, the | performers circled the banquet i room taking their places against •large drawings of themselves. Art I work for the program, which was : exceptional, was done by Mrs. I John W. Boswell. ! The performers were Mrs. Ray ! Brown, Bobo the clown; Mrs. W. j F. Stevens, Toya, the snake 'charmer; Mrs. H. A. Ball, Lulu. ;the fallady; Mrs. Naomi Wiegand land Mrs. Henry Wichman, flower I girls; Mrs. G. S. Beckman and "Mrs. Herman C. Hoovlr, Ma and i Pa, the country visitors; Mrs. Vic- ; tor J. Barnhart, Hale-Loki, the j hula girl; Mrs. Mary J. Collins, 'the barker; Mrs. John W. Boswell, the h u r d y-g u r d y man; Mrs. Charles Summers, Pavlova, the tightrope walker. Mrs. Merle Manley, Princess Kanjamer the fortune teller; Billy Gahr. Houdini the man of magic; and Jerry Veach., the minstrel man. The installation which followed jwas conducted by Mrs. Manley. Mrs. E. B. Gillis was installed president, succeeding Mrs. E. L. Kimmel. Other new officers are Mrs. Stevens, first vice president; Mrs. J. M. Delaney, second vice president; Mrs. Henry Wichman, recording secretary; Mrs. C. J. Fahnestock, corresponding secretary; Mrs. A. L. Berry, financial secretary; and Mrs. Stella Payne treasurer. Mrs. Kimmel was presented a gift and made brief remarks. The club history svas given by Mrs. Ralph Volz. 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Gel RISE at your druggist. Only 59f. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY No Trade Necessary 1952 DeSoto 4-Door 6 Cylinder 1952 DeSoto 4-Door Firedome 8 Cylinder $400 Discount ) c.i! It's True /?/•<>/<// Still Gii-cs the Rest Deal! JOHN T. BROWN DIAL 3-3535 1610 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 3-3534 Guests included Mrs. M. K. Bruce, president of the Wnd district Illinois Federation of Woman's Club from Last St. Louis; Mrs. Francis Manning, new Junior Woman's president; Mrs. Clifton Seymour, retiring Junior president; and Mrs. William Soliday of California, a former member o'f the club. Mrs. Brown was chairman of the banquet committee assisted by those women who performed. Receive* Degree WOOD RIVER.-Jacqueline Ball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ball, 70 Rosewood lane, was graduated from Blackburn College. In Carlinville, Monday. She received her bachelor of arts degree in English. Miss Ball will leave the middle of June for Crystal Air. Mich., where she will he in charge of horseback riding at the resort during the summer. rooms to greet the visitors and explain various phases of their work. An estimated crowd of 1-100 persons attended Ihe commencement program or called later to view the building. Puring the commencement exer- rises a gift was presented lO George C. Rieken, retired member ol the school hoard, from the new board. Superintendent Charles T. Gabbert made the presentation. fjt Flrr t,., Standard Homp Fiirrmhm *mi I Hr .. .it •• • II. .ri' 1 '.OH Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally! East Alton Jr. High Graduates Class of 123 EAST ALTON — One hundred twenty-three eighth graders were graduated from the East Alton Junior High School Tuesday eve- nine. The Rev. I.. B. Walkington, pastor of the First Methodist Church, gave the address of the evening. Drexel Harvey and Betty Barry were presented with the American Legion award by Commander Clinton Root. The invocation was given by the Rev. William F. 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