Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 31, 1952 · Page 7
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Alton, Illinois
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SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1952 ALTON EVENING 'TELEGRAPH PAOR gfiV&K Upper Alton Hnndrprt» nl Orcninny Hundreds nftended memorial services at Upper Alton cemetery Friday which followed a parade in which hundreds of children, bands, veterans and city officials look- part. Several hundred lined the parade route and perfect weather contributed in making II one of tho largest turnouts in recent years. The ceremony at tho cemetery was under the direction of Carrol Peters, chairman of the Upper Alton GAAC Council. The Rev. Eldon Diltomore gave tho invocation and bonodielion and Walter Woodcock, executive director of GAAC. was the principal speaker. Mayor Linkogle made n brief statement. Those introduced from tho platform were: Lndies Grand Army of Republic, Post 127, members, Mrs. Hubert Canlcc, Mrs. Com Rolsch and Mrs. Sadie Abel; United Spanish American War Veterans, Walter Cook, Edgar Rico, Marry Wandling, Percy Rice, William Hage- m;m and Arthur Dooley; Spanish American Veterans Auxiliary, Mrs. Art bur Dooley: Gold Star Mothers, Mrs. Buckshot, Mrs. March and Mrs. Gary. In addition to the mayor, city officials present were, Fire Chief Lewis and Aldermen Brown, Tim- rnormicre, Wctxel, Grose and Pcr- ica. Edwards Street Addition Mrs. John B. Coppinger jr., and R, 11. Hessenflovv have purchased the Titchenal tract cast of Wordon at Ihe end of Edwards street and plan on developing it into the Edwards street addition. Extending a private drive east from Edwards street, they plan to build 11 ranch-type houses, of brick, nnd frame and brick construction, facing the private drive. The whole addition will be sewered, Mrs. Coppinger said, and all the grounds will be landscaped. Lots will vary in width from 65 to 75 feet. Sufficient right of way will he left on either side of the drive, she added, to build a street eventually if the city desires to do so. Meanwhile, the right-of-way will be developed as a playground for neighborhood children. 150 At Picnic More than 150 children and adults attended the school picnic sponsored by the Mothers club of St. Matthew's Catholic Church on the Westerner club grounds last Thursday. The event was highlighted by a wiener roast, badminton games, softball and shuffle board. The club provided ice cream and soda for the 120 school children who attended. This will be the final picnic of the current school year which ends June 5. The church picnic, which is one of the largest events of the parish social year, will probably be held in August. Dorothy McOwan, of Hannibal. Is also spending tho weekend with her parents. The McOwans expect a visitor next Tuesday from Casper. Wyo., Ray Mills, brother of Mrs. McOw- an. Miss is slopping off for n few days and then will continue Xis! to Washington. D. C.. to attehd the wedding of Miss Nancy Convin, niece of Mrs. McOwan and Mills. Mrs. McOwan and other members of tho household are expected to accompany Mills to the nation's capital. Firemen Not Homo Firemen of tho Upper Alton hose house notified police early Memorial Day that they would not he home for about an hour and if any fires were reported tho police would have to sec that they got the message. 21 Modnra High Seniors Graduate Hospital Motes Exciri.«rs Held VC Kvrninir in G\m /IffOM MdltfM'tflt Medical Treatment AucuMe IFfrsoy, 30'2"i Lpverptl. Clarpnce Campbell, tfardln. Mrs. AltH Grace Yatps, 30$ lass of 1(1 girls'N >slprllo1(> Knsl Almn Mrs. AniPlia Wollpnweber. U820 MEDORA - A and 11 hoys oft he Modern High School were awarded diplomas/al j HrMerost. the annual high school commencement exercises Wednesday evening at. the high school gym. A class of 10 girls nnd 13 boys composed the eighth grade graduating class, who received diplomas at Ihe same lime. S. E. Alkiro of the department of public instruction, Springfield. Patricia Ann Riplinger. Route 1. Dorsey. Clel'is'Mondy, 320:! Edgeuood. Darrell Eugene Fry, 6'I3 Washington. East Alton. Michael Dennis Scroggins. SOU Milton. SurRclal Treatment Lloyd Dildine. 520 Ferguson. Hoy Shoptaw. Cottage Hil1«. Edwin A. RfcllPr, HOT Washing(on. Mrs. Coldie tfeigenbcin, 642!i j Hast Third. : Ralph Davis, 11 IS Greene, i Charles Tunspil. Cottage Hills. Mrs, Alice Hartcls. 27 Shell lano. Ed\\:mlsvillP. Hfnrv I,p\vis Cobb. 110'..' Lewis. Area Deaths Mrs, Rosa Steffen Mrs. Rosa Jane Steffen. 75. North Alton ploye for H \ears at Shell Oil Co.. died at 1 :40 a. m. Friday at Itaynes nni'Miv.: home in South Uoxaru where slip had been a pallet Mrs. limp Aiihnchon. ii'JIR Del-1 one and n half vpars. Slip had At Bnpttot Church Siinrlny school sprvicr- will hCRin at 0:3(1 a. m. Sunday nt North Alton Baptist f'lnirch. Morninc worship will follow at 10:45 with tho Rev. William Robertson preaching on thr> snbirrt "Sovrn Wonders." The BTU moots nt fi:3fl p. nml o\oninc worship at Quinn. Carolyn Smith, Dorothy till. Ksllie Kay Todd, Sue Peters Jo Ann Whelzel, Judy Clark, Patlj Slalon, Margie Miller and Jean Nuzum. Aftor the meeting the girls and the troop committee presented Mrs. Kitzmlller and Mrs. Elmo Clark, co-loader, with appreciation f pl . will be an evangelistic servirp. The | gjfis. Thcrn was a game period ••--•--- school workers conference i an( j SO( ,J H | p^-jod to close Ihe eve- j mar. SI. Louis. Mo. gave the address of Ihe evening. Wood River. He was introduced bv J. A, Zobio, i Ellen Louise Lord. 2S Kasl Sixth. Mi<. Krcilii IVri-feld. S'JO Ixignn. Rotiert L. HiRclow. IMiiL 1 Brown. Mrs. MiirRarel L. Burgess. Brlh- illlO. Raymond rvnson. 3fil~ Thomas. Mrs .Murgftiri Day, 920 Logan in failing hralih for spvpn VPHIP before enterum (lip nursini: home. Boni Oct. L'tl. 1S7H, at Jefferson County. Mo., slip spent her parly Mo., area. She resided for 18 ypars in Wood will IIP at 7:30 p, m.-Tuesday al i the phurrh. nings program. Troop W of Ihe Catholic Child- The Daily Vacation Bihlo school | rpn - s ,, nmp mp| Wednesday at tlip T , Ann Ann led Ihe ILU i IK. , . , n minv n yio mion nor PfU'v . >. . * n * «.-» . . ie"n the nemo Mo are, SI e spssion ."I 1 " h , p f 'T " VI' '? "opening with prayer, salute to Ihe nnon Wllh "' P . 'Tv ^'T^ rl «R ™ dt ho G "-' Scout P romlse sprvlnK l™r.pnl of Hie «*«»• nlcr Mi RK enbolham had the roll r usbnd as s, e .. ,,;,„ the Oni/ed j principal of the high school. The Rev. Harold Aikin. Fidelity, gave (he invocation and benedic- i rollton. Albert Wise. Hunker Hill, .lack Lerov Isrmm. Rovite 5. Car- Thomas V. Doolcy, 915 Kasi' lowing his retirement (hoy vet urn-' \v 0 ,i n psd'iv eveni'iie Fifth. IP.! to IVSoto. hut spveral years rlu|l ffr(} ' [m ^ for ( hp ,. lsl mPP , ing : Mrs. Fanny Greer. 350(1 Oscar. ' ago returned to South Roxana nf , )lp yp . u , , lnr | ., ,. nv ercd dish 1 Mrs. Marian Heiney. 4'JI Wpsl where they had made their lionip to hiive ft pBtml car alerted to .!.!! r, r rr,"" U ""l"o n - A Girls' qiuu-tet from tho ^ S| , h()ol ,, nmposp(1 ()f rushlolpper Allon if a fire alarm j Rj( . hr>v Sl|p M;|ml f ., 0| . JB uh|np rame, hut fortunately no hplls' nd ^. } S)| , 11|h s;m were struck during the 5:H to j A irls . SPXtPllp fram 6:30 a.m. period. "Peace." the high 1 Leon Hosfell. fini Olmslend. Dismissal* Mrs. Porothy McBridce. fil'O 1 - Oist Ninth. Wilbort Henke. 1-M4 Kberhardl W. .lackson, Fidelity. Uptli Kahnev. 738 ! school, which was composed of : Kdvvardsville. Where were the firemen? They j vi| . Kini ., C | lisn) Lr |., Harlan. were in the Upper Alton business | K , njn( , I ,, || . kp Mv] ., lf , , -pp Johnson district, carefully washing down ; Sy , vj ., Cnrrn \i 'ii ;ir |,ara Harlan.! the streets with high pressure bos- j s . inK .. ()n Wj|ll , s of So| , K - M ,. s | es to slick up the for the annual parade. The fire departments action was j '"TheeiRhthgriuie'and'liigh school the final touch to cleaning up the. dassps WPI . P pl . oson , 0(1 ) )y C . W. sipKp)i pnncipal of grade school. Mrs. Flora Green. ,'?,"il Broadway. Kasl Alton. Leo Dodd. IIL'ID Kdgrwood. Mrs. Alline Johnston. 3"0'J Coro- Otto Jacoby WHS the accompanist i nado. for the lv\'o special numbers. Altar Society to Meet The Altar Society of St. Matthew's Catholic Church will hold its regular meeting next Wednesday night. Plans are expected to be made for the society's card party and luncheon which tentatively will be held, June 11. Bramley Reassigned Pvt. Frederick Bramley, son of Charles Bramley at 2117 Main street, has been transferred from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. to the engineering school at Ft; Belvour, Va. The soldier, who entered service last February, drove through Alton last week and his father continued with him to Lancaster, Ohio, where they stayed overnight with Mr, and Mrs. Frank J. Greene, aunt and uncle of Pvt. Bramley, and former Alton residents. Pvt. Bramley continued to his new post the following day and his father returned by train, arriving in Alton Thursday. Boy Locked in Theater Rudy 'Scroggins of 1215 Main street fell asleep Friday night in the Uptown theater and was not noticed in R final checkup before the doors were locked after the program. Later, 10-year-old Rudy awoke but he kept his wits about him. He telephoned his parents and then the police. The manager, Joe Goldfarb, rushed to the movie house when he was notified. Rudy was released immediately, somewhat ruffled but still sleepy. He went home to finish out the night in his own bed. Oshornes Move Mr. and Mrs. Tom Osborne, formerly of 2930 College avenue, have moved to a larger apartment at 1807 Washington avenue. The Os- hornes are employed at the A & P Supermarket directly below their new apartment. Mrs. Latham Honored Mrs. R. K. Lathan of 2711 Judson avenue was guest of honor at a birthday anniversary breakfast Wednesday, at the home of Mrs. C H. Moore, wife of Col. Moore, com mandant at Western Military Acad emy. Most of the 30 guests presen were wives of faculty members Mrs. Latham is the sistor of Col R. L. Jackson, superintendent o the academy. McOwans Havn Guests Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McOwan o 2713 Hillcrest street, are entertain ing guests from Hannibal, Mo. over the weekend. They are Mrs Lola Bruce and Mrs. McKay, sis ters of McOwan. A daughter, Mis slrepls which were filled with lit ter early this week. Alter residents complained, the city street department put a broom squad to work Thursday. Fire Chief Lewis said, after the sweeping operation, that his men volunteered to make the clean-up job complete. Lost Clothes Won't Unit Tri|» Mr. and Mrs. Louis Complon of GOO Marsh avenue left on a weekend vacation trip Thursday despite losing a suitcase containing clothes for their year-old baby. Police reported that HIP couple lost, (ho apparel Thursday on Highway 112 near Bunker Hill. They returned to Alton, restocked with lolhing, nolified police and then gain set out on their trip. Police will have good news for hem when they return. Henry E. raube of Bunker Hill reported that e found the suitcase Thursday af- ernoon. The baby clothes and a loltle of medicine were intact, and low await the Comptons at the lolice station. Present Flag At WMA State Auditor Benjamin O. Coop- T will present the Illinois Stale lag to Western Military Academy n the parade grounds, Sunday, nd Congressman Melvin Price may attend. The ceremony will take place ollowing the full dress parade it 4:15 p.m. Also taking part will be Col. C. H. Moore, command- ind at the academy, and Lt. R. B. ackson, assistant superintendent Cadet Douglas Baker, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. Harold Baker of East St. Louis, will receive the flag as a member of the color guard. To Show Pictures A missionary from Brazil, the Rev. Willard Stoll, will show pic- ures of his work at the evening services at Jamison Baptist :hurch, Sunday. The missionary also will give the message at the morning worship. Auto Hits Polo Police in checking into the removal of a damaged automobile at 7:15 a.m. today learned that he car had run out of control, striking a wire pole in the 2200- block of Washington avenue. The car was owned by J. C. Aldridge of 404 Washington avenue, it was said, and at: the time of the col- ision was driven by the owner's stepson, Donald Ross Leach who was uninjured. Loach explained that something went wrong with he mechanism of the vehicle so that it became unmanageable. No damage was done to the wire pole. Gideon Speaker Here Carroll Thomas of East St. Louis state supervisor for the Gideon Society of America, will be the guest speaker at Sunday morning worship at the Main Street Methodist Church in the absence of the Rev. Carl Mitchell who is attending the annual southern Illi- noiis conference of Methodist at Mt. Vernon. Thomas is a leading layman of the southern Illinois conference. There will be no Sunday evening serviices this week because Ihe absence of the Rev. Mitchell. Revival Ends Sunday The revival in progress at the Church of the Nazarene, 3316 Hillcrest avenue, will end Sunday night with Evangelist G. W. Hoot's final message being, "Closing Up of Time". The program Saturday night will feature special musica requests. The evangelist's message will be, "Pillar-of Salt." of Unit No. n. Awards and recognitions in the senior class were announced by I Principal J. A. Xebio, as follows: Mrs. Lora Moore. 1137 Seventh Roxana. Verda Klnora Bailey, 401 Hollow Jprspyville. and .1. A. Zebio .high school prin-j M,. S . l.Patta Whittman, Route 1. cipal. Diplomas wpre awarded lo:jr., s | Alton. both classes by K. T. Rhodes, SPC- j "Archie Bowman. Route 1. East retary of the board of education ; Alton. Sandra Curry. 1311 Hampton. Gregory Meyers, West Alton, Mrs. Wilma Helensmith. Rosewood Heights. Enst Allon. Mrs. Lula Hattery. Belhalto. Floyd Galliher. 3305 Sherman. Mrs. Everett Windmiller and infant daughter, 1330 Russell. Mrs. Evan McCoole and infant daughter. 777 Condit. Wood River. Mrs. Enid Davis, 11 West Spruce, Jerseyville. Mrs. Tillie Davis. 711 Riverview. Mrs. Claire Elledge, 3633 East Doerr. Kim. Gerald Donna Sixth. Kobeit Naylor. Lincoln Garden Eduin Roller. 1107 Wnshinctoi, Etiuenp Shau, Route I. Claru street. Mrs. .loSlocker and infant son. ."ill South Tenth. Wood Ri\er. William Joseph Waymire. U3G Lorrna. Wood River. [with a son. Beitrnnd. Her husband ( T,, PK ( S idled in December of lO.'ifl. Ensl; -Survivinu in addition «on. Bert rand, are l\\o daughters Mrs. Ha/el Ycrderher. St. Louis cussed flags, uniforms and emblems of the 10 countries belong' i ing to the World Association a? as part of their rpquirprnpnts for thf Mrs. Kugpiip KH/millpr. lNVoi . )( , Trpfoi| h!)dgc They " upper with their mothers troop lomlor. gave each girl a pie- 1(1 llrr lure of the „„,, , hnn jook „ . llwu| (o become ar air line hostess and completed Hit picture of Ihe girls who had been i , 1os|p _ ss h . u | Kf> work . and Mrs. I.Ha Krick. Matlon. members of the troop for four years. The troop committee, Mrs. Tho troop will have a court ol honor for badge presentations ir !• "RISES'- ""' Bm " in* ...w»-i i^.:""".™™. «•« •= -=;=«",,;; grandchildren. i M,. S ; |.;i\j s p c ters nnd Mrs. Sum The body is at Marks morluarv . r o <|aro v\ ere in charge of Ihe event. :'.'.",' Wood River, where friends mxv My Troop. Personal Health, rail until Sunday morning and will Cooking and Sewing badges were lie Mrs. Mary Louise Richards and borne. DeSoto. to reman until time infant daughter. Edwardsvillo. of the funeral Monday morning. Miss Shirley Plogger. validictorian, and winner of an efficiency pin for being one of Ihe outstanding students in a nation-wide bookkeeping contest; Miss Imo Jean Ruyle, salutatorian, and DAR student; and Miss Doris Cunningham, typing award. The high school graduates were: George Bennett, Clifford Chism, Doris Cunningham, Rota and Robert Cunningham, Floyd Darr, Thomas Fruoh. David Golikc, Shirley Gross. Junior Jones, Keith loore. Shirley Plogger. Minnie ancy, Earl Ricbey, Imo Jean uyle, Thomas Ruyle, Shirley milh, Richard Swannor, Naomi 'arner, Glenn Whited and Shiry Widaman, ESiglh grade graduates were: ack Barkley, Mary Joanne rooks, Mary Lou Brooks. Charles admus, Donald Cunningham, homas Cunningham, Norman licfcerman, Donald Frueh. Kenneth limlin, Clyde Holliday, Roy Loy. 'ilma Mann, Loretta McKinney, Delores Milner, Louis Quirk, Glor- Rhine. Ronald Rhodes, Lorella lichey, Sue Stanton, Edna Straub, loyd Summers, Raymond Thurm nd Donna Wise. Removed to Hospital MEDORA. — M. F. Dodge, who ad been ill a few days, was taken o Memorial Hospital, Alton, Wed- esday. Mr. Dodge is in the ele- ator business here. Party for Grandson MEDORA. - Mrs. W. E. Cline ave a party Tuesday afternoon or her grandson, Stanley Cline, vho is visiting here. Games were layed and a picnic lunch was erved on the lawn. Present were: Eddie and Junior Veil, Dianne Stouffe, Butch King, opper Shields, Tommy Kahl, 3ickie Bennett, David Bowker, Billy Fricker, and Stanley Cline. Church Announcements MEDORA. — Duo to the Rev. 'ox being at the annual confer- nce at Mt. Vernon, there will be 10 worship service Sunday at the VIcthodist Church. Sunday school vill be held at 9:45 a.m. The Rev. W. M. Greer, Carlin- 'ille, will preach at the Baptist Church Sunday morning and eve- ling. Sunday school convenes at :45 a.m. and BTU at 7 p.m. The Rev. Kenneth Bower will te at the Summcrville Presbyter- an Church at 10:45 a.m., with unday school preceding at 9:45 a.m. Sunday school at Kemper Bap- ist Church will be at 10 a.m. At the Bethel Baptist Church Sunday school will be at 9:30 a.m. \'o worship service will be held as the pastor, the Rev. Hamilton, vill be attending baccalaureate services at Shurtleff College. 37 Seniors Graduated At Bunker Hill High BUNKER HILL - At Commencement exercises at the school jymnasium Thursday evening the 'ollowing students received their iigh school diplomas: Norman Coatney, Terry Teak- ert, Ruth Wiegand, Marvin Simpson, Jo Ann Janes, Shirven Kehr, i Larry Wayne Hargrave, 310 ! Mills. ' Mrs. Jane Bassetl, lil'J Henry. Mrs. Doris Batluello. Rosewood Heichts. Mrs. Aldonia Edwards and in- fanl daughter. 1P05 Gross. Mrs. Eva Lei ma Halchrr. 23(1 Madison. Mrs. Sarah Isahplle Hpnderson. 1207 East Seventh. Paul Laughlin. 824 Henry. Mrs. Haltie May. 3'JO Mclncrney Miss Blanche Robertson, 3010 College. „ , , |h - pi „, nroel . am T ho meeting wa^ ., "$A"'"' .?«" ( ° ^ 'Vf 1 ° of J Haynes, Rita Fuller. Roberta • fo| . , he Rirls was jven , |hc lead . Fletcher. Nancy Dunston, Sharon 1 Frpeland, Janis Wasson, Rhonda cssc Cunningham Soro p t i misl FAST ALTON JPSSP Cunningham, SS, of Fairfiolrl, father of Mrs Alia McCaulcy of Hast Allon. and I of Lloyd Cunningham. Allon. di'd 1 al 4:30 a. m. today in Fairfield! hospital. Fail-field. To Scat Officers Court of Honor Prcstrntatlons Troop 4(1 of the Old Cathedral School had the troops 3rd birthday Thursday evening at the parish hall. Following tho dinner the girls presented a program for t lie it parents who also attended the din- i nor. The program opened witV „.,. . , ,, . . the troop forming a cross and of- Officers-e eel of ho Soroptimis \. fprjnK ,._ Louise Narup rpar Club of Alton will be installed i (hp Cnlholi( , gil .| s p ] crl ,, p , A)1 lnf Surviving in addition to ni , : j I ""rsday, June J6, and Mrs. Gor-k TJl . ls rcpoatot j t | 1c G irl Scout prom daughter and son of this area, an- don c - Kpirl ° ul!1 hp sonled ns I ise and Louise Nerup gave thr itvvo sons. Ralph and Rolland of ! Prosidonl. succeeding Mrs. C. Page i mPnn j ng of lhe promise. The trooi Fairfield, and tbrof daughters, Taylor. Ralph Ruebling, Route 1. Gnrf-, Ml . s . vjentrice Noble .Whiting. Tnd.. '° n - ! Mrs. AI m ii- Mayberry. Hoopstown, Irvin Spaulding. 229 Longfellow. | i n() . lnf) ^liss'iMabel C. Cunning- Mrs. Minnie Stoeckcl. 553 White-; )lam Chicago. He also leavps TJ law. Wood River. Mrs. Flora Cummings, 21J9 Law-1 Locust Harold Strickland. Graflon. Mrs. Gertrude Williams, I'MT, No Fire Calls Listed On Friday Holiday Memorial Day holiday was without fire calls within Alton limits. On Thursday, Fire Chief Lewis reported, city firemen answered two alarms, in which there was no fire damage. At 11:45 a. m,, No. i. and 4 companies with the laddei truck investigated a compressoi gas leak at the Bright Spot, 1309 East Broadway. At 5:59 p. m., No 4 responded to College avenue ant Seminary street, where a short circuit had developed in a cat owned by Vince Wheeler, 731 Eas Sixth street, A new French stamp honors the memory of General de Lattre de Tassigny. NOTICE JENNIE D. HAYNER LIBRARY CLOSED BEGINNING JUNE 2nd Please Return Books Saturday, May 31st or Leave in Mail Box, ton. Mrs. Georgia Bushnoll. Lincoln, Jerseyville. Roger Deardeuff. f)11 Ri.xon. Mrs. Rose Dfims, Chesterfield. Mrs. Phyllis Baker. 2802 Fernwood. Mrs. Norman Stiencr and infant daughter. 406 Doerr. Davis Jones, Rockfalls, III. Wood River Township Hospital Medical Treatment Mrs. Gladys Hadfield, 410 Prospect. Mrs. Rela Douglas, Box 62, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Norma Dilback. 516 Shelly, Alton. Mrs. Susie Hogle, Cottage Hills. Karen L. Moore, 209 Virginia, East Alton. James Farrow, 1516 .Spaulding, Alton. Mrs. Mvra J. Fletcher, 360 Jennings. Surgical Treatment Marth, Bill Zarges, Bonnie 3ort, Charles Sauerwwein, Eleanor •fable, Robert Walters, Donald Duncan, Bertha Hovvald, Harold Bixen, Jaunita Pettyjohn, Raymond Davis, Bernice Sauerwein, Shirlley Kehr, Mary Lou Hartley, "'.erald Sanner, Bernice Komnk-k. James McElroy, Barbara Girth, James Hilyard, June Haneghan, William Miller, Verna, Bertels, Glen Smith, Doris Bruckert, Vernon Lawrence, Delores Smith, Norman Sauerwein, Meiba Pan ridge. Allen Crowder, Martha Davis, and Roy Waggoner. Ilitlcn By Iloifs Police were informed early Fri- rlay evening that Judy Rayor. 5, f'lO-IO Union street hnrl been bitten by a dog when in tbe vicinity grandchildren including several from '' -s| Alton area. Th jf iy is at Nals funeral home in Fi..ifield where riles will be conducted at 2 p. m. Monday. Burial will be in Victory cemetery, northwest of Fairfield. Among Enst Alton nren relatives who lefl today to attend the funeral of her home, and had been taken ! wore Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCauley to St. Joseph's Tlespitnl for pmor-| and Mr. nnd Mrs. William P.rim;is of P^asl Alton and Mr. and Mrs. William Bacus of Alton. \\. F. Wipdemann of Chicago, special information representative, general information department for the Illinois Bell Telephone Co., spoke on Micro-Wave, and gave a demonstration on recently dp- celopments in telephones before a meeting of the Alton Soroptimists Thursday at Hotel Stratford. Mrs. Taylor presided, and announced thp date for the installation dinner. sency treatment of the wound. Policemen were assigned at once to investigate, but were unable to get any trace of tbe dog described by the child and her parents. Thursday police learned that Glenn Sciiaefer jr., of 1114 Central avenue bad been bitten by n dog when near Third and Henry. A magnetic iron ore deposit discovered near Reading, Pa., is the first now ore deposit found in the United Slates in years. Archie Elliott, Route 1, Bothalto. Wanda Spears, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Betty A. Kane, Hartford. Dismissals Mrs. Mary Janet Darnell, Cottage Hills. Noah C. Swaringen, Gillespie. Karen L. Moore, 209 Virginia, East Alton. Harry Harlow Plopper, 939 Madison. Mrs. Marie Bolt and infant daughter, E. Alton. Antonio Certa, 43 North Main. Mrs. Bernice B. Humphrey, 116 South Ninth. Bertha Marie Coats, Cottago Hills. Lula Bell Coals, Cottage Hills. Robert Eugene Nation, Dorsey. Patrick J. Lamanske, 518 Tenth. Mrs. Joann Stilwell, Route 3, Bcthalto. Anna Gail Dorris, Cottage Hills. Carolyn Sue Dorris, Cottage Hills. Fred Pink, 223 North Central, Roxana: Donald Lee Laird, 3208 Edsall. Alton. Mrs. Tresia Severns, 740 Griswold, Peoria. Sherman L. Martin, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Rose Marie Nowlin, 220 McCasland. Enst Alton. Mrs. Lora Counts and infant daughter, Chcssen Lane, Alton. St, Joseph's Medical Treatment Larry Wayne Hargarve, Mills. Willie Washington, 604 Chestnut, Edwardsville. Roy Luck, 317 Maurice. Miss Bernice Boucher, Route 2, Alton. William F. Spitze, North Charles street, Edwardsville. Jackie Cope, 217 Mildred. Cynthia Gaither, 2208 Holland. Parker East, Fieldon, Fred Kratschmer, 114 Oak. Charles Lee Bush, 13 West Delmar. Anthony Mosby, 1109 Hampton, Mrs. Maurine Blasa. 401 Brown. Surgical Treatment Mrs. Erma L. Neese, 568 White- I law, East Alton. Charles S. Terpening Services Held Thursday Funeral rites with military honors were conducted Thursday for Charles S. Terpening, 58, of 518 William street, a veteran of World War I. The Rev. William F. Bonn, pastor of First. Baptist Church. East Alton, officiated at the rites at 2 p.m.. at; Slaten funeral home and military rites at Oak Grove cemetery, Jerseyville. were under auspices of Worthy Post of the American Legion of Jerseyville. Mrs. Alfred Clayton was organist and accompanist for Airs. Fred Middlecoff, who sang two hymns. Pallbearers were Henry Claybough. Jospeh Crawford. George Turner. Harry Massey, John Fcy- erabenri, and Carl William. Mrs. Anna Johnson Henry Richter Rites Held at Kampsville KAMPSVILLE—Funeral services were held in St. Anselm's Church here Thursday morning for Henry Richter, 79, who died early Monday morning at the home of his son, William, at Gravel Point. The Rev. John Ratchford conducted the services and burial was in the parish cemetery. Richter was born at Meppen in Calhoun county and had lived his Mrs. -Anna Johnson, 69, who had beer, bedfast the past year, died Thursday evening at 6:15 p. in. following an illness of almost three years. Mrs. Johnson had resided in the Brighton nnd Alton nren her entire lifetime, the past 11 years at 309 Market street. She was born Dec. 27, 1882, In Brighton, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kolley. Following her father's death, she and her mother moved to Alton and lived at the home of a sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Carr, 833 Washington avenue, until her marriage to John Anton Johnson in 1907 in Chicago. In addition to her husband, she is survived by six children, five sons and one daughter all of Alton. Her sons are Paul R., John E., James R.. Donald F.. and William D. Her daughter is Mrs. Harold G. Brodon. Two of her sisters, Mrs. John Carr and Mrs. Julia Wolf, both ol Alton, also survive. Three sisters and an only brother preceded her in death. Nine grandchildren also survive. The body is at Staton's funeral home where friends may call after 7 p. m. Saturday. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p, m. Sunda>. Repuiom mass will be bold at fi a. m. Monday at St. Mary's churcl with burial in the family lot at St Patrick's cemetery. Susan Peavey llnhciip .Stolon Steve Drooge of 220 West Seventh si reel was nwnkened at 2 a. m. loriny by sounds from Hie street in front of bis home, But bo WHS aroused about two seconds too late, be subsequently informed police. Ho had been in time to see a ear disappearing after being driven from in front of his home. Going outside In learn wbnt caused the clntter that woke b'mi un he snvv one of tbe hubcaps had been nken from his car. 310 son, with whom he marie his home, he is survived by a daughter. Mrs. Catherine Simpson, of Dow, III., and by several grandchildren. Mrs. |<la Bircharil Rites Sunday in Pike County Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Birchard of Urhana, mother of Mrs. Clarence Ryan of Algonquin terrace, Roxana, will be Sunday at 1 p. m. (CST) in Smith funeral home in Pike county. The body will be moved to the funeral home Saturday, he funeral there Monday at 2 p. m. Burial will be in the Woodland Hill cemetery. Bonnie Lewis Bonnie Marie Lewis, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Lewis of 2423 Lasallc drive, died at 6:30 a. m. today at the home of her parents. She was born May 12. 1952. Surviving In addition to ber parents, are two brothers, Gene Raymond and Bob Edward, and two sisters. Sue Ann and Mary Jane; her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hyman and her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, nil of Alton. The body is at Streopor funeral homo where friends mnv after 5 p. rn. Sunday. Funeral rites will be Monday at I ho funeral home and burial will be in Upper Alton cemelcry. Tho Rev. La Rue Jenser will conduct Ihe rites. Clarence Watson had the pledge to the flag. Pat Hart lit a candle for each ol Ihe Girl Scout laws. During this ceremony other members of the troop gave the life of a saini which exemplified one of the laws The badge presentation followed Bonnie and Mary Jane Kunz received first class awards; Pa 1 Hart and Pal Caliban received tin Curved Bar, highest award in Gir ; Scouting, and scout knives as gift 1 for having perfect attendance ai Ihe regular meetings since Apri.' 1919 when the troop Was formed. Tho girls sang "Girl Scouts To got her." Mrs. Don Caliban is troop leadei and Mrs. William Kunz is co-lead er. The girls presented Mrs. Caliban with an emerald and sterling rosary as a farewell gift. Mrs Caliban will start work with Senioi Girl Scouts about the middle ol June. Last week the girls gave, a parlj 'or tho kindergarten class at Ok Cathedral School as part of theii work for the Child Care badge Members of the troop are Rite Simpson, Mary Sue Witcher, Pall> Nortino, Louise Narup, Joanne Me- Clintock, Bonnie and Mary Jam Kunz. Pat Hart, Judy Garrison Pat Fallon, Mary Kay Dooley, Pa: Conlcy, and Pat Calihan. Tht troop committee Mrs. Ed Norton Mrs. William Conlcy, Mrs. Jame; Fallon, and Mrs. Charles Doolc> were in charge of the evenings program. Cub Scout Meeting Den 2 of Pack 62 of Rufus Easton School met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Sheary a! 269 Madison avenue. The boys- met outdoors and opened (he meeting with the living circle ceremony They finished making dumbbell'- and painted them for the pad; mooting. They also painted cul sticks blue and gold. Don chief Gary Hodgos shower Ihe boys bow to high jump. The meeting was closed with den yells Meetings lor June will be at tin home of Jeffrey Weber, son of Mr and Mrs. A. K. Weber, at 1801 Myrtle street. Susan Maud Kellen Peavpy who Louis, died in the city hospita Iherp Friday. She was born in Calhoun county March 24, 1878. She had lived in Wood River prior to moving to St. Louis. Mrs. Peavey had been bedfast for the past two years. Surviving are two sons, William Arnold Phillips, of Alton and Enos E. Boyd of Tulsa, Okla., one brother, Charles Kellen, Rockwell City, Iowa, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The body will be moved to tho Streeper funeral home at Wood River, where friends may call after 7 p. m. today and until time of wo w:: SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES MAXIMUM PROTECTION AT MINIMUM COST First National Bank A TRUST CO. in 4IIOH Capital and Surplus $1.500,000 Third * BeU» Street! § Alton, illinoli UfUBCR FEDERAL 0(PO»n (NIUVANCV CORPOgATlON IMMEDIATE DELIVERY No Trade Necessary 1952 DeSoto 4-Door 6 Cylinder 1952 DeSoto 4-Door Firtdomt 8 Cylinder $400 Discount Yes! It's True Brown Still Gives the Best JOHN T. BROWN DIAL 3-3535 1610 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 3-3534 BRIGHTON—Clnronofi Wnlson of Brighton died Thursday in Ihe Wontherford Nursing Home at Car- linvillo, whore ho had been a patient for some months. In failing health for several yours, ,YValson entered a hospital in October, 1051 later being moved to the nursing home. He was born Aug. 30, 1890 in Jersey county, a son of the late .Tamos nnd Sarah Hunter Watson, and hud spent nil his life in the Jorsoyville nnd Brighton areas. Surviving are throe sisters. Mrs. Jessie Hunter, Mrs. l.vdia nnd Mrs. Colia Price nil of Jersoy- ville nnd one brother, Jamos Wai- son of Brighton. Funeral rites will be Sunday in the Warner funeral home horn. The Rev, Kenneth Rower of Brighton Presbyterian Church will officiate and burial will be in tho Brighton cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. f ! =a § OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY • 7:30 A.M. (o 10 P.M. B O|ien Every Xite 'Til 10 P.M. P FEATUIUNO • * HOME MADE— g Barbecue, Ham Salad, ™ Potato Snla<! P * CHOICE MEATS AND P POULTRY • * SUNDAY PAPERS f *SODA & ICE CREAM • * ANSCO FILM • and Developing • * OCCIDENT FLOUR I AND MIXES I TITCHENAL'S \ MARKET i 2900 BROWN STREET P ALTON Mmmvmmfmt.i NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS WOOD RIVER TOWNSHIP, ILLINOIS Personal Property and Real Estate Taxe» may be paid to TOWNSHIP COLLECTOR at East Alton, Illinois, up to and including JUNE 7, 1952, ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX and 1st installment of Real Estate Tax must be paid to Township Collector on or before June 7, 1952, in order to avoid penalty. CHAS. E, VEATCH, Tax Collector WOOD RJVE« TOWNSHIP 412 St. J-oui* Avenue Dust Alton, Illinois.

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