Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 2, 1952 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 2, 1952
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PAOI; i m ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH JUN& Ift (tittf Out of With Men of Aren A-3/0 ROBERT N. DAKE, son of Mr. and Mrs. iLutber Dake of 1510 North Third •street, Wood Rlv- fer, Is now sta- ..tioned at Scott 'Air Force Bnso for I raining in elect routes, A ^graduate of Wood IR i v e r H i g h 'School in 1950, 'A-8/c R N. DakeDake was attend- Ing Southern Illinois College at Carbondale, when he entered service March 27. His indoctrination and basic airman training was received at Lackland AFB, from where he was graduated May 23. Leitner Attend* Class CAMP COOKE, Calif.—Waller L. Leitner. C Battery, 209th Field Artillery Battalion, is attending a two-week school at Fort Eustis, Va. Leitner is one of a group of officers and enlisted men attending a course On air transportability, His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Leitner, live at 1221 West High street, Edwardsville. The sertjrant cameMnto service when the 44(h Infantry Division \vas federalized. 53rd Mission FIRST LT. GEORGE E, DRIER, has completed his 53rd mission in Korea as pilot of f an F86 Saber Jet with the 336th Ftr. Intcp. Sqdn. He has been overseas since Feb. 1, this year. A son of M/Sgt. and Mrs. Elmer L/ Dreier, Lt. Dreier enlisted in Lt. fieo. Dreier service at the age of 17, and was called to active duty at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas in February of 1944. In June, 1948, he was commissioned a second lieutenant. He took his basic flight training at Randolph Air Force Base, and received his wings at Williams Air Force Base, Ariz. In May, 1950. Now 25 years old, Lt. Dreier has been on a continuous tour of duty. / Buzan In School A/3b NELSON E. BUZAN, 21, .son of Mr. and IMrs. Edwin F. fBuzan, 3106 Bur- i'ton street has en- ..hered the Aircraft Mechanics School at Sheppard Air Force Base. He sntered service Feb. 14, at Lackland AFB. Prior to this he N'elson E. Buzan>vas graduated from Alton High School, had studied one year at University of Illinois, one semester at Shurtleff and had taken a course in x-ray, at the Chicago College of Technology. Xandpn to Graduate JERSEYVILLE. — CADET WILLIAM D. LANDON, son of Leslie A. Landon, is one of the 528 cadets 3 f the United States Military Academy at West Point, who will be graduated on June 3. Gradua- < tion had been preceded by the traditional June W e e k ceremonies. While at West Point, Cadet Lan- Cadet Landon don took part in many extra-curricular activities, and is a member of the International Relations club and the Forum. During the past year he held the rank of sergeant in the corps of cadets. Prior to entering the military academy, Landon was graduated from Jersey Township High School ' and attended the United States Military Academy preparatory school. Upon graduation he will be commissioned a second lieutenant. EAST ALTON — Clarence H. Jackson, SR, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jackson, 200 South Pence, has completed his boot training at San Diego, Calif. MARQUETTE HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR PROM, held Thursday night at Rock Spring Country Club, had as its theme, '-'When You're In Love". Leading the grand march were, (from left to right)—Miss Pauline Ventimiglia, Julius Brown, Miss Barbara King, Don Schmuck, Miss Carol Ann Dean, Bob Rynders, Miss Mary Sue Waters and Jim Winkler. Photo by B. E. jun. was employed at the Sears Alton store and was a part time student at Shurtleff College. Upon termination of his leave he will report back to San Diego to be sent to Long Beach for assignment aboard the A. G. B. USS "Burton Island." Seaman Jackson expects to be sent to Alaskan waters after his assignment aboard the "Burton Island." The East Alton youth reported that while receiving his boot training at San Diego he regularly received the. Alton Telegraph which was saved and passed from hand to hand of all Illinois service men who were eager to read news from the home state. Pfc. Zimmerman Honored JERSEYVILLE. — Pfc. John G.. Zimmerman, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. John B. Zimmerman, f 113 Curtis street, Jersey- le, graduated April 2 8 , from signal school at the Marine base . n San Diego, lif., where received '. o u r t h highest lonors in a class rf 100. Pfc. Zimmer-Pfc. Zimmerman man, who was graduated from Jerseyville High School in class of 1947, and. entered service Dec. 12, 1951. He has just completed a three-week leave with his parents, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Zimmerman, of 1313 Pear street, Alton, and Mrs. Clara Stamper of Dow, and left Tuesday tor Quantico, Va. There he will receive assignment as a wireman with a regular unit, ' Hasten In Korea CARLINVILLE — PVT. DEAN I. KASTEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kasten, Route 4, is now serving with the 2nd Inf. Div. on the front lines in Korea. Kasten, a 1943 graduate of Carlinville High School, is a radar repairman. He was at Ft. Bliss prior to his overseas tour. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MEMBERS who gathered at St. Joseph's Hospital Thursday afternoon in their annual reunion.—Staff photo. Fnderle In Japan PVT, NORBERT L. FEDERLE of Godfrey, who entered the Army in November, 1951 at Ft. Lee, Vn., is now training with the 1st Cavalry Division in Japan. Climbing: Dogs Needed Housewives whose vegetable gardens in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, have suffered from marauding monkeys have been advised by city officials to keep dogs. This has resulted in many protests, for women say the apes easily evade dogs. The monkeys are particularly' troublesome in the Prestbury area of the city, near the Botanical gardens. One housewife wrote the mayor: "Let them get me a dog that can climb treeif Seaman Jackson arrived home j and I'll be satisfied, this week for a few days visit with his parents. He entered service March 4. At the time of his enlistment he EADACHE&fe Aft*r bouii ot worry or wuiety t throbblnc hemdwibe m»y reiulk But It will quickly yl«ld to O»pu- dltx*. It't e»p«cUkUy m»di to r«!lor* this typ* ot hMd* «oh«. Nut tiro* UM 0»pu- din*. roUow UM Ub«l . ., •VOW «X««HlT* UM. '4 CAPUDINE Mitrriage Tub Asked Educational leaders of Countv Kerry, Eire, are askinp truculently if they are supposed in keep tabs on the matrimonial chances of all their women teachers, Trn- lee reports. The reason is that the ciAintry's Education Department has just asked the county's Vocational Education Committee about the number of teachers they will require in the next three years. And the department also says: "Please 'estimate the number of women teachers likely to get married in 1951-53." Telegraph Want Ads "Click" WHO'LL BE THE NEXT WINNER? The following jingle won $10.00 for MISS LORENA McMAHON, 4461 Farlin Avenue. St. Louis: No gripei; no kick*: "Got what it takes." Occident Mix For better cakes. Join h the ta *f Ocd*W» f OHM. You'll b* paid $10.00 if yew i»»l« b> w*din Occident adverti^, or f20.00 • atcompanied by Occident Hour tr«d«- or eih*r proof of pu/chow. S*nd *« OCCIOINT FLOUR and MIXIS Officers Elected By Piasa WMU SHIPMAN. — The Woman's Missionary Union of the Piasa Baptist Church mel: at the home of Mrs. Orlie Bouillon, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Herbert Moore was assisting hostess. Mrs, Dewey Paynter and Mrs. Harvey Winson led devotionals and Mrs. W. G? Wodicker presented the lesson on "Alaska." She was assisted by Mrs. May Odell, Mrs. Ronald Breihveiser, Mrs. Dewey Paynter, Mrs. Herbert Moore, Mrs. Orlie Bouillon, Mrs. W. S. Reno, and Mrs. Ralph Welsh. The following officers were elected: Mrs. W. G. Wodicker. president; Mrs. Jesse Huff, vice- president; Dewey Paynter, program chairman; Mrs. Frank Gwillim, publicity, and Miss Hazel Perrine, community missions, Mrs. Loren Lahr will be hostess at the next meeting, July 3. Mrs. Luther Disher will be assisting hostess. Mrs. Harvey Winson will present the lesson and Mrs. Alex Lyles, devotionals. Read Telegraph Want Ads Kane KANE Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green entertained Friday with a fish supper. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Allen Overstreet and children, Peoria; Miss Evlyn Clayton, Winchester; Rev. and Mrs. Charles Ahl, Alton; Cpl. George Ahl, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Bell, Miss Eunice Bell, Marian Johnston, Providence; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Woolsey, Old Kane; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carrico, Bethany; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Darr, Mr. and Mrs. .Loren Carr, Rev. R. L. Shewmaker and family, Jake St. Peters and family,-Mrs. Richard Prough, Mr. and Mrs. George Woolsey, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Linder and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Overstreet and children of Peoria were guests over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs, Roland Greene. Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Clark and son, Ronald, Alton, were guests over the weekend of Mrs. Clark's mother, Mrs. Ross Reynolds. Joe Milner, Springfield, visited over the weekend with his brother, George Milner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin LaBruyer moved Saturday from Jerseyville to property they purchased recently from the Mundy estate. A miscellaneous shower was giv- en Friday at the "Baptist Church for Mrs. Richard Bell, the former Miss Marian Johnson. The hostess was Mrs. Clifton Devening, teacher of the Chatter Class of the church. Because x-rays destroy rapidly growing tissue more effectively than other tissue and because cancer is 1 characterized by rapid growth, x-rays sometimes can be used to control cancer. ' DU QUOIN LADY LOST 8 IBS. "I have taken only three bottles of Rennel Concentrate and I have lost 8 Ibs. I feel so much better because the Rennel home recipe got rid of all the bloat around my waistline. Before I started taking Rennel I always felt so stuffy. I can recommend Rennel for reducing." So writes Mrs. Lois Kaul of RR 2, Box 176A. Thousands have discovered this amazing simple home recipe to be the safe economical no diet way to reduce. Ask your druggist for 4 ounces of liquid RENNEL CONCENTRATE. To this add either the juice of two lemons or unsweetened grapefruit Juice as per directions. Then take two tablespoonfuls twice a day. If you are not pleased with the results from the nrst bottle return it to the manufacturer for your money back. See your druggist today and regain normal weight with RENNEL. FOLLOW THE CROWDS Th« World's Crentosl Juic* Value! Florida-Thin Skin ORANGES 3°°" 59° There's Nothing Like FRESH ORANGE JUICE! KIIBIBIIIBI • • Florida Striltss GRAPEFRUIT Red, Ripe, ! Fresh, WATER" I *»" MELON I LETTUCE 10 39 Hard, Ripe, Firm Slicing TOMATOES 2 Ib*. 3fe or We Plug 'Im 2 19 C ! 3 50 C Broadway & Main DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET Shtpman SHIPMAN - Pfc. Robfirt Bfcrnelt arrived Thur«day for a 10-day leave with hi* parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Barnett. He ha§ completed his marine air force train' Ing at' San Diego, Calif., and will report to Cherry Point, N. C. Pvt. Bob Duncan of Ft. Rlley, Kan., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Everplt Wnllon and Mrs. Marvin Harlan of Alton were guests Friday of the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Deahl. The freshman class was taken on a hayrlde and wiener roast Thursday evening to the Bunker Hill reservoir. Mr. adn Mrs. Earl Allen accompanied the students, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Stone of Ferguson, Mo., and Mrs. Charles Fullgraf and daughter, Jan. of Cincinnati, Ohio, were guests Friday of his sisters, Mrs. Roy Lockyer, and Mrs. H. O. Still. Miss loliene Linville, home economics teacher, left Thursday for her home in Bismark, Mo, Mr. and Mrs. Bart Linville and son, Paul, came from Bismark for her, Mrs. Cora M. Rhoades returned home Thursday after several days visit with her daughter, Mrs. Arnold Bohlmeyer and family of Bunker Hill. Miss Nell Burgoyne of Alton spent Friday with Miss Rose Doolin. Marlyn Alward has returned home after a visit with his aunt, Mrs. Richard Flynn, of St. Louis. Mrs. Cora M. Rnoftdes has received word that, her nephew, George Waller, of 613 Lamport, Alton, is a patient at St. Anthony's in Alton with spinal meningitis. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Laird, Godfrey; Mrs. Joe Hallldav and daughter, of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gfmlin and family, Medora, were guests Friday of their father, W. H. Glmlin. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Oaspard visited Thursday with his sister, Mrs. Clara Solomon, of Murrayvillp.- Mr. and Mrs. Arlhtur Green and Mr. and Mrs. James Green. Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Olil Ivle, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs, George JohnsonA of Peoria, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Weiss, Friday. Mrs. Elizabeth McAllister and R. D. Holmes of SI. Louis came Thursday to visit Iheir sister, Mrs. William Alward. Mrs. Cora M. Rhodes and Mrs. Arnold Bohlmeyer called at the Jacoby funeral home in Jerseyville Thursday evening to pay their respects to Walter Toomey. Mr. and. Mrs, Wesle> Gilworth Attended funertl rites at Jerscy- ville Friday for Walter Toomey. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thomae of Springfield came Friday for « weekend Visit with his mother, Mrs. Lillie Thomae. Mrs. H. D. Chappell, Doris and Harold, of Alton, visited relatives here Friday. Mr. and Mr*. Robert Berry nna son of Fairfield were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frank, Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Frank, ot Lilch- field; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kahl, Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hodd and family, ot Waverly, visited Mrs. Tillie Thomae' and Mrs, Rose Smith, Friday. ra^ulck comforting help for Backache Rh«um«tl6 P»lns. Getting Op Nights, atrpng cloudy urine, IrrlUtlng p«u«ge«, Leg P»lni, nervou«nes«, lo«s of energy, clrc c»^under eyes, »nd swollen inkles, du« to Kidney and BWder troubles without organic or systemic cause, try CYBTBX. Quick, complete utlsfactlon or money back guaranteed. Ask your druggist lor oVJBTKC today. f Roger Bacon is believed to have been the first to produce a gunpowder which actually exploded, although incendiaries of similar composition but with Impure ingredients had been known for a long time previously. Wondirfil Mitt for ITCHING SKIN! To promptly soothe Intense itching of rushes, eczema, psoriasis, athlete's foal Aiul similar surface skin and scffip Irritations, apply Zemo—« hlRh- ly medicated stainless antiseptic, Zemo s'tops scratching and so helps heal and clear the Irritated skin. Buy Extra Strength Zemo mm mm m* *± for stubborn cases, g^ KT Mill white -today.. .white to stay FOR YEARS! 1. All paints collect dust ind dirt durini till lust Itw months. 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