Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 2, 1952 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 2, 1952
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MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Hospital Motes HI. Medical Treatment Miss Kay Warren, 900 McKlnley. James H. Jordan, 1125 Hampton. Mrs. Maude VanMeter, 416 Easl Third. Floyd Richardson, 1385 Easton. Mrs. Emma Manescalco, 306 Me- Clttre. Mrs. Lucille Koeller. 1211 Brown. Perry Northcutt, 522 Belle. Norman Leggett, 500 North Washington, Jersoyville. Mrs. Elsie Riopelle, 310 Court. Waller F. McKamie jr., 1504 Maupin. Mrs. Hazel Moore, wife of Col, Charles H, Moore, Western Military Academy. Mrs. Helen Elizabeth Hon, Hartford. fturglcitl Treatment Miss Phyllis Lou Myers, 722 Alby. Leslie John Llllis, 605 Central. Robert Earl Smith, 1107 Long. Miss Diane Kaye Handler, 829 Douglas. Charles Sliritz, Godfrey. Benjamin Jones, 1008 Market. Mrs. Emma Bruce, 924 Easton. James Henry Minard,. Clifton Terrace, Godfrey. Anthony Totora, 781 Condit, Wood River. Miss Jeri Ann Moore, 546 Whitelaw, East Alton. Ewald II. Groatsch, Whiting, Tnd. Thomas Small, Whiting, Ind. Mrs. Pat Jones, Villa Park. Wilbur Kaiser, 1731 Alby. Maurice Porter, 209 Dorris. Mrs. Marie Carter, 715 East Seventh. Norman Leggett, Jerseyville. Russell Lister, Godfrey. Mrs. Eileen Rose and infant son, Belhalto. Frank Stewart, 120 East Fourteenth. Mrs. Lillie Tribble, 204 Mounter. Miss Emma Boeker, Edwardsville. Charles Lee Bush, 13 West Delmar, Mrs. Joan Campbell and infant daughter, Grafton. Mrs. Lula Caldwell, 1505 Carpenter road. Mrs. Mildred Edwards, Edvvards- ville. Mrs. Rosellen Fischer and infant daughter, 3404 Milton. Walter Leischsenring, Edwards- vine. Willard Long, 3402 Milton. Roy Luck, 317 Maurice. Miss Flossie Miles, 1924 Piasa. Mrs. Willa Mae Mitchell and infant son, Edwardsville. Mrs. Emma Neese, East Alton. Miss Audrey Helen Ory, 842 Ed- tfo need to replace this water beater evety few yean became the gbM-Mrfaced *ee! tank can't rwt...k'» made t? bit! YoaTI get tparklinc clean hot •niter, •ototnatically, all you •eed for every home use! CHALLACOMBE CO. 558 EAST BROADWAY ALTON', ILL. Phone: ALTON 2-3131 Res. Phone Al. 2-3226 vvardsville road. Wood River, Mrs. Margaret Plerson, Grafton. Loiils Robbing, Mineral Spring? Hotel. Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Svveetman, Kampsvllle. T. J. Brooks. 1807 Belle. Bonnie Jean Ray, 501 Washington. Mrs. Albprta Ramsey, Garfton. Amos Killion, J124 Putnam. Hood Itft'ei* TowntMp ffo«f»fl«t Medical Treatment Orben Eldson, Cottage Hills. Elmer Cannedy, 611 Bowman, East Alton. Rector Craddock, 224 Picker. Mrs. Nettle C. .Dale, Sorento. Miss Vernllft Greenwalt, 642 Bowman, East Alton. Surgical Treatment Donald Lee Benton, Cottage Hills. Ronald Dale Bentcn, Collage Hills. Jack Stanford jr., Cottage Hills. Sherry Mae Stanford, Cottage; Hills. Mrs. Irene Critoser, 13 Edwardsville Road. Mrs. Unabelle Buller, St. Charles, Illinois. Ralph C. Parker, 421 Washington, East Alton. August iberg, 314 Monroe, East Alton. Mrs. Nettie Miner, 121 Whitelaw, East Alton. Mrs. Velma Hutchison and Infant son, 1315 Willard, Alton. Wanda Spears, Cottage Hills. Archie Elliott, Route 1, Bethalto. Darlene Roberts, 320 St. Louis Road. Josh P. Stephens, Route 1, Edwardsville. Alton memorial Hospital Medical Treatment Allen Lee Jones, 116 Illinois, East Alton, Mrs. Bailie Brokaw, 744 Washington. Paul Edward Kaiser, Highland. Mrs. Norma Lee Vohradsky, 3406 Milton. . . Mrs. Emma Millen, 2705 Residence. William Neunaber, Bethalto. Mrs. Frances Admire, 1511 Carter. Cloyd Carnahan, Bunker Hill. Mary Elizabeth Nickley, 409 East Third. Grace Farlow, 3205 Come-in- Place. Clyde Miller, 513 Easton. David Eugene Price, 510 North Liberty, Jerseyville. Surgical Treatment Donald Winchester, Roodhouse. Mrs. Lucy Snell, 405 Giddings, Jerseyville. Frank Wasman, Route 1 East Alton. Paul Edward Hatcher, 2615 Coronado drive. Ruth Ann Rodgers, 3703 Horn. Addie Mae Rowland, East Peoria. . , . Dismissal* Frank Smith, Hardin. William Powell, 1104 Brown. Leslie Jones, 3323 Jackson,' Karen Starkey, 44 West drive, East Alton. Steven Starkey, 44 West drive, East Alton. Louis DeWitt, 2623 Edwards. Mrs. Mary Smith, Elsah. Steven Curfman, 449 First, Wood Ris'er. Leon Hosfelt, 604 Olmstead. Arthur Neal, 201 Oak drive, East Alton. Mrs. Richard Kitzmiller and infant daughter, 315 Carroll. Mrs. Alia Grace Yates, 308 Westerholt, East Alton. Larry Hailer, Route 1, Godfrey. Mrs. Lorene Heeren, Route •!, Bethalto. > Clarence Seifrit, 2327 Birch. Fred Warren, 1306 Main. Marion Meinecke, Bethalto. Mrs. June Korte, 2918 College. Bin Crash Kills 33 GRAVELINES, France, June 2, — At least 33 Belgian tourists were killed and 15 injured last night when a bus carrying them home from a holiday in France crashed through the guard rail of a bridge and plunged into the AA river here. (Jets Week Out BONN, Germany, June 2, JP — The British have given former German Field Marshal Albert Kesselring a week off from his war crimes life sentence to visit a sick relative. The jailers wouldn't say svho or where the relative was. IT'S SMART BUSINESS to wear r* BARD IYi GLASSES OCTICAIU NONI PINfR AT ANY PRICf * over SO styles of frames • any power lenses (regardleii of the weakness of ty««) • white or tinted • single vision lenses (for near OR far) • kryptok bifocals for near AND far) |r< E»tmiii»tloi. |3 u.'i (TtrU» Pr«»- rlplUus < OR, JACK MAUEN Oytowetrivt in \ TRIFOCAL* with Irimel BIFOCAL* • lib frtBM 115.11 \ \ FIELD MASS CELEBRATED AT ST. JOSEPH'S CEMETERY — Priests memorializing the dead buned in the Catholic cemetery just off Central avenue.. Celebrant: right was the Rev. Paul Hebenstreit, deacon center, Rev. Anthony Schmidt and sub-deacon, left, Rev. Joseph Kromeneker.—Staff photo. MedoraWCTUUnit Postpones Meeting MEDORA-- The Woman's Christian Temperance Union meeting scheduled Thursday, has been postponed until Monday afternoon, June 9. It will be at the home of Mrs. Harriett Warner. The Worth While Class of the Baptist Church will meet this evening at 8 o'clock at the church basement. Hostesses will be Mrs. JarfTos Slrunk, Mrs. Eva Day.and Mrs. Louis Maska. The Kemper 4-H clul> will meet this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norton Sanders for a wiener roast. Families of the members will be guests. The Ibcal home bureau unit will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. T. Rhodes at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Rhodes will • give the lesson on "Flower Arrangements." Bethel C\i\»» Sleets MEDORA — The Esther class of the Bethel Baptist Church met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. lone Day, with Mrs. Mildred McDaniels and Mrs. Esther Searls assisting hostesses. Devotions were in charge of Mrs. Herschel Fritz. Miss Jo Ann Brooke and Loretta Richey sang a duet. The Bible study lesson was given by Mrs. Lawrence Johnson. Mrs. Everett Jones, Mrs. Oliver Moran, Mrs. Henry Ryan and Mrs. Earl Richey were appointed as a committee to get prices on chairs for the use of the class. Mrs. Lawrence Johnson, Mrs. Leo Day and Jesse Smith were appointed to see about prices for a ceiling for the church basement. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Dinner for Pvt. Kemper MEDORA — A dinner was given Sunday at the home of Mrs. Charlotte Kemper and Mr. and Mrs. William Kemper, sr., honoring Pvt. William Kemper, jr., who left today to report at Ft. Lawton, Seattle, Wash. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Smith and daughter. Jane, Warrenton, Mo., and Pvt. and Mrs. William Kemper, jr. Seaman Promoted MEDORA — Kenneth Harlan of the navy has been promoted to second class petty officer. He has served in the navy 44 months. He has been stationed at Pearl Harbor for 38 months. He is a son of Mrs. Corrine Harlan of Medora, Picnic Dinner MEDORA—Memorial Day guests at a picnic dinner given on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dougherty included Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dougherty and daughter. Los Angeles, Calif.; P. G. Dougherty and family, Leannah Heinkers, Granite City; W. R. Dougherty, Mrs. Lucille Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knirr and daughter, Mrs. Hope Cravens and daughter, and William Smith, all of St. Louis; Miss Kay Harlan, Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Clampitt, Greenfield; Mrs. Corrine Harlan and family, Fish Fry MEDORA — A fish fry was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kitzmiller Friday evening. Present were Miss Martha Kitzmillor and Miss Margaret Reed, Harvey; Mrs, Charlottte Kemper, Mr. and Mrs. William Kemper. sr., Pvt, and Mrs. Medora MEDORA.—Miss Lora Lane and Mrs. T. J. Mannle, East St. Louis, spent Friday with Miss Rose Carson. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wyatt, Boards town, visited from Wednesday till Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bringhurst, Mrs. William Sindlinger and daughter, Paula, East Chicago, Ind., were guests Friday at the home of Mrs. Silviah Metcalfe. Mrs. Phoebe Bounds, Shipman, was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dodge and son, Steve, Chicago, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Ida Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chism had as guests Friday Howard Alberts, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cardwell, Roodhouse, and Mr. and Mrs. William Basham, Rock Island. Mrs. R. E. Carney and daughter, Nancy, Girard and son, Warren, of Boise, Jdafib, were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. William Searles Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rice and son, Kihgsport, Tenn., arrived Friday afternoon to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. DoVt Rice, and sisters, Mrs. Harold Peebles and Mrs. V. C. Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Rennison and son, psvight, and Mrs. Ben Davis, Havana; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Seago and James and Carl Hetz- berg, Jerseyville, were Decoration Day guests of the William and Howard Carroll families. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Duckels, Eaiiville and Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Pointer, Springfield, were guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Norton Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clower, and William Kemper jr., Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schaerer and daughter, Miss Mary Lake and Martin Kitzmiller. We Offer Complete FIRST CLASS SEWING MACHINE SERVICE We Have Parts and Supplies for 426 Makes of Sewing Machines. Central Sewing Supply Co. 4 W. Broadway Phone 2-9214 R. N. Clowef, Alton, were guests Friday evening at the H. L. Clo\vi»r home. lone Challncombe, St. Louis, was a weekend Riiest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Challacombe. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McGee, Mrs. Mary Widamnn and daughter, Mary, Alton, wore guests Wrd- nesdQ.v evening of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kwin. Mrs. Nellie Warner had as dinner guests Friday Everett Cook, Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Morton, Kansas City, Mo* Mr. and Mrs. George Kmbley and family, Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Warner and family, William T, Cook and Mrs. Elizabeth Ore. Mrs. Nnomt Wiegand, Wood Rivet, is spending a few days here with her mother, Mrs. Edith Goodwin. Callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robinson were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hohklrk, Carllnville; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bennett, Memphis, Tenn.; Mrs. Edith Martin, Alton; Miss Lorn Lane and Mrs. Alphia Mannle, Kast St. Louis. Ciiiests Friday nt (lie home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Conner were: Mr. and Mrs. Howard -Hlnkle, Greenfield; Mr. and Mrs. John Fenslermnn, Godfrey; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wooff, Alton; Mrs. Kmlue Conner. St. Charles, Mo.; and KImer Conner. Ferguson, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts nnd daughter, Sarah Jane, returned to Granite City Friday evening after spending a few days with Mrs. Cora Pntlon. Memorial visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Watkins were Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Harris. Alton; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Greet- and daughter. Lana, Modesto; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Slusser and daughter, Carol, Waggoner; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harris and Mrs. Emma Pal.ton. John Summers, Peoria, and Miss Betty Summers, St. Louis, were home for Decoration Day. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Searles came up from St. Louis Thursday to spend the remainder of the week with his mother. Mrs. J. F. Shields. A family dinner was held at the Shields home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bell and family, Jerseyville, spent Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Wayman. Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Rhoads, Jacksonville, were guests Friday of his mother, Mrs. Bertha Rhoads. Miss Kay Harlan came home from Springfield. Thursday to spend the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence DoyJe and Mrs. Lela Harding attended the graduation services at Lincoln Bible School at Lincoln Friday and brought their daughter, May, a student there, home with them for the summer. Mrs. Mary White, Alton, was a weekend guest of relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newton and daughter, Centralia, called Friday Woodftfirn WOODBURN — Memorial Dgy services were held here Friday morning under auspices of the Woodburn Cemetery Assoel«tloft. Members of the American Legion look part in the services. The Address wns given by the Rev. Art Johnson, pnslor at the Woodburn Congregational Church. Mrs. Alfred Pepper and daugh- tor, Lorraine, of St. Louis, visited Wednesday at the home of John Thyer and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. William Pcnnlman, Mr. and Mrs. Rimer Fisher of Cincinnati. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor of Godfrey, and Mr. nnrt Mrs. Harry Stelnrauf of East Alton, were Friday dinner guests at the John Thyer home. Charles Waller of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoylman and Miss Clara Kline of High Ridge, Mo,, called Friday at the home of Mrs. Lcnora Elliott. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Reed and daughter, Betty, spent Memorial Day with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. August Kaeshamer. Mrs. Myrtle Welch of Alton spent, Memorial Day with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthyr Thyer jr. ELEANOR NOBLE, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Richard Noble, was salutatdfian of the Burfker Hill High School graduating class this ySar. Gerald Sanner was the valedictorian. Graduation exercises \vere held Thursday evening Asiatic elephants may grow to be as much as 11 feet tall, afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Warner. William Smith and his mother, i Mrs. Myrtle Smith, attended the Decoration day exercises Friday at the Fernwood cemetery at Roodhouse and spent Ihe day with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Jones. 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