Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINETEEN Hospital Mates Allow MemoHnt Treatment Clinton Crider, Route 1, Beth- fllto. Homer Payne, Belhalto. Mrs. Dorothy McBricie, 6^0'i East Ninth. Surgical Treatment Louise DeWitf, 2623 Edwards. Dorothy Avery, 910 State. Robert Michael Hill, 268 Tenth, Wood River. Larry Joe Hailer, Route 1, Godfrey. Arthur Harlin Neal, 201 Oak drive, East Alton. Wilbert Henke, 1444 Eberhardt, Edwnrdsvillc. Dismissals Mrs. Carrie Jamison, Route 1, Bunker Hill. Claude Cope, 913 Belle. Harry Ilorstman, 1824 Kennedy. Miss Juanita Reed, 624 Fifth, East Alton. Robert Wreath, 121 West Fifteenth. Mrs. John Sabine and infant son, Elsah. Mrs. John Lyons and infant daughter, Cottage Hills. Lewis Dodge, 228 Rozier. St. Joseph's Medical Treatment Frank Buckner, Godfrey. William Waymire, 1136 Lorena, Wood River. Mrs. Marian Heiney, 412 West Elm. Mrs. Bertie Osborn, 310 Mills. Mrs. Ella Hickman, 909 Union. Mrs. Margaret Pierson, Grafton. Surgical Treatment Robert L. Bigelow, 2132 Brown. Russell K. Lister, Godfrey. Mrs. Marie Carter, 715 East Soventh. Mrs. Gertrude Williams, 2303 Locust. Mrs. Catherine Brunner, 2124 Holland. Miss Flossie Miles, 1924 Piasa. Mrs. Rosemary Barcelona, 3436 Milton. T. J. Brooks. 1807 Belle. Mrs. Mary Ann Madrid, Route 1, Granite City. Dismissals Mrs. Shirley Beard and infant snn. Humbert road. Miss Dianna Bowman, 426 Velma, South Roxana. ' Morse Carter, Edwardsvi'lle. Mrs. Mela Clover, Edwardsville. Miss Phyllis Colson, 1001 'i East Broadway. Edward Elhoffer, 305 E. Third. George Hart, 475 State aid rcfiid, Wood River. Francis Herzog, 1133 Seller. Raymond Leroy Killion, 2500 Johnson. Elmer Pembrook, Route 1, Greenfield. Miss Rose Marie Robinson, Roxana. ' Mrs. Frances Ruppert and infant son, 1100 Chouteau. Mrs. Dulsa Smith, 172 East Drive, East Alton. Mrs. Ruby Spears, 2605 Main. Mrs. Vera Stoecklin and infant daughter, 850 Hallo-ran, Wood River. MM. Ida Warner, Route 1, Godfrey. GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING By Factory Experienced Watch Repair Men Prompt a nil du.iraMtreil HAND ENGRAVING M\ Spc SCHOENBORN JEWELERS ;»:( "* M — \iion. in Wood fttt'er Totritftfitp ffoftftlfnf Medical Treatment Mrs. .Sarah Belle Starhuck, 158 lioulding, East Alton. John Millich, 41 Madison. Mrs. Luriel Joy Teasloy, 560 Central. Patricia Mae Wieneke. Bcthalto. Donald David Deadrick, 279 South Twelfth. Everett Earnest Hose, 61 Madison. Harry H. Plopper, 939 Madison. Mrs. Nora Lee Bugg, 355 East Penning. Mrs. Rose Marie Nowlin, 220 McCasland. East Alton. Surgical Treatment Terry Lea Kochcrsperger. 3543 Thomas, Alton. Mary Lou Blevins, Route 1, Be- Ihallo. Carolyn Sue Don-is, Cottage Hills. Anna Gail Don-is, Collage Hills. Lula Bell Coats. Cottage Hills. Bertha Marie Coals, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Annette Mansholt, Route 1, Bethalto. Dismissals Mrs. Lucille Wishlinski and Infant son, 304 Sotier. James Mennemeyer, Bethalto. Mrs. Patsy L. Monroe, 3214 Fra- nor, Alton. Mrs, Carrie Brown, 610 Airline Drive, East Alton. Mrs. Laverne Hambleton, 649 Third. Mrs. Anna Harlan, 208 McCasland, East Alton. Cheryl Ann Sullivan, Route 1. Bethalto. Mrs. Ruby Adams and infant son, Cottage Hills. Wanda Woods, Collage Hills. Joyce Ellen Brunk, 58 West Lorena. Mrs. Katheryn Allshouse and infant son, 1209 Madison. Mrs. Eva Hopper, 153 Acton. Mrs. Marie Rothwell, 153 East Drive, East Alton. Alton Area Deaths Edward Kelt Edward Kelt, 84, a patient for the past 10 months at Mather nursing home, died Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. Before entering the nursing home he had resided at Worden. Private funeral rites will be conducted at 9 a.m. Thursday at Gent funeral home. Mrs. Heddergott Mrs. Mary Hoddergott of St. Louis, whose parents, the late James and Nellie MnVoy. formerly resided in Alton, died Monday in DePnul Hospital. St. tx)iiis. Mo. She was the widow of Frank ITeddergolt, Mrs. Leo Borner and Mrs. Leo Wingate of Alton, and Miss Alirr Scully, St. Louis, are cousins of Mrs. Heddcrgott. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday morning in St. Louis. The body is the Matt-Hermann funeral home on Florissant avenue, St. Louis. died Monday at Kalama;oo, Mich., and the body will be returned to Alton for burial, t'pon arrival here Thursday it will be taken to Streeper funeral homo where friends may call after 7:30 p.m. and until 2 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be in Upper Alton cemetery. The Rev. Weddington was the husband of the former Miss Josephine Wohnlich of Alton. They were matried about 50 years ago and the Rev. Weddington, before retirement in 1937, had held pastorates of Baptist Church in Northern Illinois. Since his retirement he had resided at Kalamazoo, where an only son, Adrian Weddinglon, makes his home. Surviving in addition to his wife, son, and a grandson, are a niece. Mrs. William L. Noblitt of 1020 College, avenue, and several Alton nephews. Mrs. L. Proskaur Prairietown PRAIRETOWN — Mr. and Mrs. Aruthur Stiegemeyer of St. Louis visited with Mrs. Stiegemeyer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Uelsmann, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aulich, jr., of Bulpitt, spent Sunday with Mrs. Frieda Knoche arid also with Aulich's, father, Joe Aulich, sr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schwalb, sr., visited with Mrs. Schwalb's sister, Mrs. Ida Whitehouse, in Mt. Olive Sunday afternoon. Joe Aulich accompanied by Mrs. Frieda Knoche visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Werner in Edwardsville, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dietzel and Mr. and Mrs. Art Burgess and family of Dorsey visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dustmann and son, Lloyd, and Mrs. Emilia Renken Sunday. Mrs. Kenneth Coatney and Mrs. Richard Coatney and daughters of Bunker Hill visited with Mrs. Coatney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knoche Monday. Ray Stillwell of Granite City visited with his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stillwell, Monday. Joe Aulich accompanied by Mrs. Frieda Knoche were Edwardsville visitors, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dietzel and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dietzel and son, David, of Dorsey, were visitors here Monday. Walter Knoche of Cottage Hills visited his mother, Mrs. Frieda Knoche, Monday. The Prairietown Lutheran School children enjoyed a picnic Monday at the school. Mrs. Louise Crabtree of Ed- Walter Twomey JERSEYVILLE, May 28 — Walter Joseph Twomey, 68, died at Alton Memorial Hospital at 4:38 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Twomey was born Oct. 22, 1883 in Brooklyn, N. Y. and was the son of John J. Twomey, a native of Ireland, and Mary Ann Walsh Twomey, a native of England. The funeral will be held May 30 at 2 p.m. DST at the Jacoby funeral home in Jerseyville with the Rev. Edward Breed, pastor of the Jerseyville Presbyterian Church, conducting the services. Interment will be in the Oak Grove cemetery here. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Hettie Twomey, and a sister, Mrs. George Lloyd of Rumsey, Calif. Friends may call at the Jacoby funeral home after 7 p.m. Thursday. Twomey was a monument dealer in Jerseyville and a member of the Elks and Moose clubs and the Presbyterian Church. The Country Kitchen Routi 100, \\ Milts' Wist of North Alton WILL BE OPEN Decoration Day -Sat. - SUN. Serving 11 A.M. to 9 P. M. CHICKEN - STEAKS - HAM HOME MADE ROLLS AND PASTRY Phone 2-4030 THE PIONEER PLAYERS of SHURTLEFF COLLEGE present ANGEL STREET" May 30, 8 P. M. — May 31, 8:30 P. M. COLLEGE CHAPEL AUDITORIUM TicktU, Including TQX, 75c On Hl(hw*y 14* CoU»», NOTICE OF CHANGE OF OWNERSHlf former HAMILTON CAFE NOW-WENZEl CAFE • FEATURING HOME STYLE COOKING • Steaks • Chops Fried Chicken Regular Dinners at Moderate Price» —Now Open 6:00 A.M. to 12.-QQ P.M.—Uwia Weiutl, Ownw BRUSSELS — Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Proskaur. 81, wife of William Proskaur of Golden Eagle, will he conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. in Butchtown Methodist Church hy the Rev. F. M. Hedger of Alton. Burial will be in Andrew cemetery, at Golden Eagle. The body is at Imming funeral home where friends may call. Mrs. Proskaur, a life-long resident of Golden Eagle, with exc-p- tion of the past two years when she had been a patient in Mather nursing home, Alton, died Monday. Surviving in addition to her husband is a brother, Fletcher Smith of Hardin. The funeral was delayed until Saturday to enable nieces from California time to get to Calhoun for the funeral. Rev. Weddington The Rev. II. C. Weddington, retired Baptist minister, whose last pastorate was at Marissa, III., wardsville visited with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gusewelle Sunday. Friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. fend Mrs. Edwin Gueswelle Sunday to honor Mr. Gusewelle on his birthday. Parking IB ••» »t Contln«*i> ^MHBW^ D«»n i •• n • » LAST TIMES TONIGHT Joan Crawford—Dennig Morgan 'This Woman is Dangtrous' Shown »t 8:43 John IJerek—I,ee •!. Cohb 'Family Secret' , 7 .-?, THURSDAY • FRI. • SAT. wiu Vi 14* TONITi-THURS.-FRI.-SAT. PGOKS OPEN 7:00 — SHOW ST4KTS 7:30 <feme« Stewart — Julia Adarn» "BEND of the RIVER" TECHMCQLOH _ shown at 8:30 totta Century Fox Cartoon Carnival ONE FULL HOLR OF CARTOONS 7:30 ily, Old Kane; Mrs. Hattie VVeller, Mt. Gilrad, and William Harmon and family. Mrs. Evlyn Arras, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Arras and son, Tom, went to Modesto Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. «J. H. LeMarr and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper. Miss Patsy Atchison, who attends ichool at Jacksonville, arrived lome Tuesday for summer vacation. Miss Mary Trump, Carlinville, is spending this week with Mrs. E. t. Ozbun. Miss Marie Carlton underwent a :onsillectomy Monday at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton. The Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Peter- ion and Mrs. S. F. Wehrly left today for Mt. Vernon to attend the annual Methodist conference. Commencement at the Trinity .utheran School will be held this svening at the Lutheran auditor- urn at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Lester Wolf of Nashville will speak. Graduates of eighth grade are Suetta 3pel, Bernice Blotevogel, Shirley Nobbe, Dale Peters, and Kenneth Opel. Vacation Bible School at the Trinity Lutheran Church will be;in June 2 and continue to June 13. Worcleii WORDEN. — Mr. and Mrs. ,7. M. Elmore, CaiTolllon; Mr. and Mrs. llarencc Marshall and Delbert Allen and family, Old Kane, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. J. D. Elmore. Dr. and Mrs. Lowell Massie and •bildren, of Toledo; Mrs. George Reno, Mrs. Ernest. Abbott, and Kenneth Berry and family wore "Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Elmore entertained the following Sunday at CRY BABY— Fourteen, rronth- o!a Billy Fink s,ls crying in front of courl MOIJTO in Scinta tv'ui'C.5. Cejlif . v\hilc liis lcitlv:-r is bfmg tried (or ^hop-lifting IMSIGC. The; child h,n! wandered awav from his mother who was wailing for her Billy's father was trird for r,trahng some tools from ti deptirtnicnt store.—NFA photo. Miss Viola Jefferson h Nursing School Graduate Vlss Viola Jefferson, daughter trf Mrs. Cecelia Kennedy of 1011 Highland avenue, 15! will be gradual- t ed Sunday morn- Ing, June 1, from St. Mary's Infirmary School t)f Nursing, St. Louis, Mo. Commencement exercises will no held at 0:45 a. m. in Holy Guardian A n RP Is Church, St. Louis. Miss Jefferson, who was graduated from Alton High School In 19'lh. will he on the staff of St. Joseph's Hospital, beginning her duties in the fall. Outing In SI. Louis Sixty buys nnd girls attended nn outing given nt the St. Louis Highlands, Sunday. The event was sponsored by the Hellrung Dads Club and Auxiliary, in cooperation with the Alton Recreation Depart, menl. The children were taken to : the pnvk in busses. ! ~— _ i READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS i Mrs, Theresa Gissal Hurt in Fall at Home Mrs. Theresa Glssnl, 86, of 1200 Alby street, who suffered body bruises in a fall in the kitchen of her home Tuesday, was moved today in Staten ambulance to St. Anthony's Infirmary for treatment, Mrs. Gissal had been a patient for two weeks in the Infirmary in March, but she had recovered from that illness to the extent that she could be up and about the house. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Kane KANE. — Mrs. T. G. Roady and daughter, and Mrs. Hugh Rowden, Decalur, came Monday for a visit „ .._ ., ... with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gola fish supper: Ed Wollrr and fam-'man Roady. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Berry, Marceline, Mo., are visiting hero this week with Berry's parents, Mi 1 , and Mrs. W. E. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mowrey, Mrs. C. L. Hawk, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Linder spent Tuesday at the Mowrey clubhouse, Nutwood. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Guilandor and Robert Guilander and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Killibrcw, Smithton. Mr. and Mrs. James DeFrakes, Springfield, were guests Sunday of Mrs. JaTnes DeFrakes, jr. Mrs. Emil Dixon returned home Tuesday from Moline, where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Delbert Brooks. She was accompanied home by her three grandchildren, Steven, Douglas, and Davis Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Abbott went to the Ozarks Sunday for a 10-day stay. Orville Hardwick and family spent Sunday in St. Louis with VTr. and Mrs. Newell Hardwick. Sherill and Duane East returned to Shelbina, Mo., Sunday, after; two weeks' visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Fritch. Since Puritans objected to May poles and other May Day celebrations, they were forbidden by the British parliament in 1644. The half million people of Cyprus are mostly Greeks but the island is under British control. Open at 7:30 — Show at Dusk. 2 Shows Nightly—Rain or Clear TONIGHT & THURS. • DOUBLE FEATURE • BOTH PICTURES FIRST RUN WOOD RIVER Al 10:41 Due to Length of Roth Picture* — One Complete Show Will lie Presented Each Night! PLUS 2ND HIT! PLIJS 2 COLOR CARTOONS and Ml'SlCALFEATURETTK Children Free With Adults! Hff, WDS "HOUSE OF HITS" La«t Times Tonight M»ri» Montci — Turbto Bey "RaUin tf thi Quirt" T:Vt — 8:3(1 Domld O'Connor "MISTER BIG" THKUSPAY . FRI. Errol Flynn * »|icbelio» Crelle "ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN FABIAN 11 -— PLUS ~*~ "CORPORAL DOLAN GOES A.W.O.L." Tonight at 8:20 F. M. Lucille Bull - John Agar "The Magic Carpet" Tonight 7:00 - 9:45 P.M. All Technicolor "JUNGLE HEADHUNTERS" TONIGHT and THURSDAY 2 FOR 1 NIGHT • Buy one ticket, get one F B E E ! Two persons admitted for the price of one every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday through June 26th. TIIURSDAV - Fltl. - SAT. BEHIND THE < HEADLINES WITH ' THOSE FRONT UNE /* k GUVS! ^ | YANK KOREA Shown at 7:57 Only 6 CARTOONS 8 STOOGE COMEDY Shown »t 7:00 to 7:50 Shown ut 9:20 P. M. Only No Matinee Decoration Day Plenty of Free Parking Space Continuout from 7 I'. M. TONITE ' THURS. * FRI, Joan Evan*—Mi'hyn Pougla* Lyun Ruri "ON THE LOOSE" Shown at 0:U4 Audie Murphy, Vvi'tte l)ugay Beverly T.vli-r ' "THE OIMARRON TECHMCOLO« Shown at 7:35. Sel«ct«d Shortt LUX THEATRE KinVAIiDSVILLK, ILLINOIS THURS. - FRI. - SAT. May 29-30-31 Dean MARTIN .ferry LEWIS In 2 Giant Hits "J/y Friend Inna' PLUS ";l/y Friend Inna Goes West" PAL NITES WED. and THURS. Two Admitted For The Price of One! BRING A FRIEND! TONITE JKANMS CKALV "THE MODEL ^ND THE MARRIAGE BROKER" Shown »t ft:,V) JOHN DICKER LEE J. conn "THE FAMILY~SECRET" Shown »l *:1S 2 CARTOONS THURSDAY ONLY THOMAS GOMEZ AM) THE GLOBE TROTTERS "HARLEM GLOBE TROTTERS" SIIAMKOCK ELLISON FUZZY MCKNIGHT Kt'SSELL HAYDEN RAYMOND HATTON "FAST ON THE DRAW" CARTOON Aged f owrti The fossil of ft «l: cephalonod, 411.000.000 yennr.oiui s Imbedded In the celling «)t the 'ave of the Mounds, near MadU «jn, WIs. The huge fossil was 300,000,000 years old before the days of the dinosours, rim is First public school In the Amerl:an colonies was established by 3 hiladelphia and was taught by Enoch Power, who was brought over from England for the pur« ?ose. Telegraph Want Ads Click! Under New Management Starlight DRIVE-IN TH EATR E ROUTE 140, COLLEGE AVE. Opens at 7:00, starts At 8:30 2 Shows Nightly—Rain or Clear TONIGHT and THURSDAY M-G-M'S HlGH,WlOt AND PiUli UNDID-Jin MILIEU. JfEUIIKH ion niiiT BIO ADDED SHOW KIDDIES FREE OPEN DAILY 12:45 (jRAN 'NffHIiH/AftlV tUtll THE BRAWNY, BRAWLING STORY OF THE EMPIRE MAKERS! STARTS THURSDAY 3 BIG DAYS IAMES BEST'WILLIAM HAR RIG AN-EILEEN CROWE Shown 1:35 3:35 5:35 7:35 9:35 • CARTOON & MUSICAL SHORT TODAY LAST TIMES MAIMOUIK MAIN if 1'KKCY KIIJIKIDE "MA & PA KETTLE AT THE FAIR" Shown 3:30 5:30 7:35 0:40 1 OI'KX 12:45 DAILY TODAY & THURS. Jil POSSESSED WITH A FEAR THAT HAUNTED HER ALWAYS . . . with FfARi MASON HAVOC LADY POSSESSED STiown 1:00 8i50 6i40 9:80 Shown 2:30 5:20 8:10 CARTOON opt:\ 6:30 * TONITE & THURS. * OQPRIVE POSSESSED WITH A PAST SHE HAD NEVER KNOWN! Janet MASON Jv«* HAVOC UDY m POSSESSED^ ACTION! TURILIS! "WILD BILL" HICKQK'S CIRL MEETS HER MATCH! M TNE TEXAN MEETS CALAMITY JANE 11 Evebu -iNKKKS • -Jmaes ISLLISQUr fehoun Shown 7:00 9:50

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