Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1952 · Page 11
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H TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE S/SCT. AND MRS. LEO L. POHLMAN were married at 10:30 o'clock Friday morning, May 30, in St. Mary's Church, by Ivisgr. j. J. Brune. Mrs. Pohlrnan is the former Miss Clara Rce^sler.—Staff photo. Personal Notes Mrs. Jimmy J. Rice of Ridgedale drive, and Harry E. Rice, 48 Millspring drive, have returned from Camp Cooke, Calif., whore they visited Cpl, Jimmy J. Rice, husband of Mrs. Rice and a brother oj| Harry Rice. Cpl. Rice is a rrrember of the 44th Infantry Division, Illinois National Guard. Mrs. Byrl Donelson, 1108 Pearl street, left Monday evening for Los Alamos, N. M., to visit with hertvvin sister, Mrs. Calvin Hunter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter and children are former residents -of East Alton. Radioman Richard Hunter, USN, recently returned from duty in Korea, and is spending a 30-day leave with his parents. Mrs. Donelson will attend the high school graduation of Jerry Hunter Thursday night. Jerry is another, sqn of. Mr. and. Mrs. Hunter. Miss Charlotte Crane and Miss Julia Green, both former Alton residents, now of Kansas City, spent the week-end here visiting two girlhood neighbors and friends, Mrs. W. H. Dempsey of 319 Prospect street, and Miss Marjorie Belts, 437 East Eighth street. Wallace Anthony Leigh of 731 Spring street was recently accepted as a new member of the St. Louis chapter of the National Association of Cost Accountants. Mr. Leigh is employed by the Alton Box-board Company. The National Association of Cost Accountants is a national organization of 110 chapters and the St. Louis chapter is one of the more active in the group having approximately 600 members. Mr. and Mr . Elmer Mason, and Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Ferguson of Birmingham, O., were guests over the week-end of Clifton Haz- 7.ard and granddaughters of Bethalto. They returned home Monday. Dr. Hubert L. Allen and family today completed moving from their residence at 411 Bluff street, to their new home at 426 Belleview avenue, the former Glennon Jackson residence. Gary and Miss Nancy Ann Rudy, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Rudy of Brownsville, Tex., arrived Saturday to spend the summer wivh their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rudy sr., of Godfrey, and grandmother, Mrs. Ernest L. Kies and aunt, Miss Helen Kies, 1240 West Ninth Mrs. William Drummond and children of Butte, Mont., are spending the summer with Mrs. Drummond's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Hopkins, 903 Alton street. They arrived from Montana, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kies and children, Jan and John, returned to Rock Island, Saturday after spending the week-end with Mr. Kies 1 mother and sister, Mrs. Ernest L, Kies and Miss Helen Kies, 1240 West Ninth street. Kay Louise Warren, 9, daughter of Alderman and Mrs. William II. Warren of 900 McKinley boulevard, is a,medical patient at St. Joseph's Hospital. No improvement has been noted the past five days in her condition. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Paul and son, Phil, of Dallas, Tex., are visiting relatives, and will be present this evening when Mr. and Mrs. George H. Paul of Dallas, observe the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hoefert, 2211 Mills avenue. Sherwood Paul is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Paul. Miss Theresa Springman, student at Rosary College, River Forest, III., has arrived home for the summer. Miss Springman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. Springman, 1129 State street, will be a junior in September. George Davis, 2121 College avenue, has returned to his home from Alton Memorial Hospital where he underwent surgery the latter part of May. Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Elliott of Jefferson City, Mo., spent the Memorial Day week-end with Mrs. Elliott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Wrest of Bunker Hill. Miss Barbara Becker of 1808 Main street has returned home after a week's stay at Daytona and Sanford, Fla. Mrs. Frank Michael and daughter, Dona, of 1414 Alhy street, spent the week-end visiting points in Wisconsin and in Chicago. Edward Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Uhle, 826 Douglas street, arrived ty plane Thursday for a visit with his parents. Mr. Miller will return to his home in Los Angeles, Calif., Saturday in time to attend graduation exercises at Loyola University and see his son, Edward jr., receive his degree from the law school. Another son of Robert Miller, studied engineering at Los Angeles City College and was a midshipman at the California Maritime Academy. He is stationed "with the naval air force off the China coast. Mrs. Leona Schmidt, corsetiere at .Young's Department Store, left Chicago Sunday by plane for Seattle, Wash., where she was joined by.her son, Allan Schmidt. From Seattle she will go to Portland, Ore., and plans to later visit her sisters-in-law, Mrs. Florence Pfeffer and Mrs. Emma Cotter in San Francisco, Calif. After a stay in San Francisco Mrs. Schmidt will visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, Quinton Hanny, in Visalia, Calif. When she leaves for home Mrs. Schmidt will bo accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Hanny who are roming east on a vacation trip. Before leaving for Seattle Mrs. Schmidt spent several hours in Chicago with her brother, Leonard Dwiggins, and family. She will be on vacation for two weeks and two days. Alton Moose Hosts to Bi-State Meeting Alton Moose was host Monday night to a bi-state meeting of District 4 of Missouri and District 10 of Illinois. Dr. W. H. Murphy, governor of the Alton lodge, presided. Plans were made for a dinner for officers and wives on June 14 and an initiation on June 15. Represented were Belleville, Wood River and Alton of Illinois and St. Charles and St. Louis number one of Missouri. Read Telegraph Want Ads PICTURE FRAMING It Our Business Wi mtk* n«w lt»m,i, milt or will rnUre »nd rep»lr old frame,. BUND ART SHOP Pbgot I-SUS- M ' ROLU.HEAD t STO'A*CO • ALUMINUM STORM SASH t FOLDOORS f • ALUMINUM AWNINGS t t Wo iUpiiint—Betaitt— Repair QUmU f Dial 4-383* OUI 4-S8'« ALTON VENETIAN lUND CO. F.H.A. T«rm$ MR. AND MRS. CHARLES W. FOERC were married Saturday evening in St. Matthew's Church with the Rev. William Croke officiating. Mrs. Foerg is ihe former Miss Patricia Baity.—Staff photo. Orchestra Board Plans Program The Alton Civic Orchestra's concert series will begin earlier, and earlier, and avoid the Christmas loliday rush next season. The orchestra board's program, committee met Monday night and remained in session until near midnight working out the 1952-53 series in detail, including selec- :ion of soloists and special features. The' soloists, however, will not be announced unlil all arrangements are made with them. Rehearsals this year will begin Sept. 8, and the orchestra will play ts first concert Monday, Oct. 20. Other series concerts will follow on Nov. 24, Feb. 16, and April 13. * The annual "pops" concert—for the past two years presented as a Rotary Student Club Nurses Loan Fund benefit—will be May 18, with a view to trying to avoid the warm weather of late May. Ordinarily the Christmas concert is played in mid-December. However, Director Max Steindel .vas scheduled to be on lour with the St. Louis Symphony during early and mid-December, and the orchestra board desired to avoid he rush of pre-Christmas activities. In the last two years the Christmas concert has run into conflicts with evening store opening hours, too. The winter series (but not the "pops" concert) will be covered by season tickets which will be placed on sale later in the summer and fall. Plans for the annual season ticket sales campaign will be started soon, the board was informed. Two Godfrey Men Among Graduates Births Mr. and Mrs. Carlton E. Longbottom of 459 East Third street are parents of a daughter. The baby was born at 8:58 p: m. Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing six pounds and 15 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wooster' of Graf ton have announced the birth of a son. The baby, weighing 10 pounds and five ounces, was born at 5:29 p. m., Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital. Announcement was made at Alton Memorial Hospital today of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gergen of 449 East Acton avenue, Wood River. The baby weighed seven 'pounds and 13 ounces at birth at 1:28 p. m., last Tuesday. A daughter, weighing eight pounds, was born at 1:34 a. m. Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Zirtn- walt of Route 2, Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lafikes of 17X5 Feldu-isch avenue are parents of a son. The baby, weighing nine pounds and 12 ounces, was born at 3:38 p. m. Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Hays of 942 Tremont street have received announcement of the birth of a son, to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hays of Bartlesville, Okla. The baby, who has been given the name of William Ogle, was born Monday at 5:30 p. m., weighing seven pounds and eight ounces. Mr. and Mrs. George IJays have Ihree other children, George Campbell, 4, who is a polio patient in a Tulsa hospital: Susan Elizabeth, 3, and Nicholas Edward. 20 months, William Ogle is a great grandson !of Mrs. George E. Hays of 944 Tremont street. Joe Emons, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Emons, Ramona place, Godfrey, received the degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery from the school of dentistry, St. Louis University, during commencement exercises this morning in Kiel Auditorium. Kenneth E. Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. George K. Walter of Greenwood lane, Godfrey, was also among the graduates of St. Louis University. Mr. Walter received a bachelor of science degree, cum laude, from the college of arts and sciences. Britain recently set a record for a month's car exports—37,930 vehicles worth $36,960,000. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT LOGAN'S marriage was recently made known. The couple were married by the Rev. Donald C. McCallum. Mrs. Logan is the former Miss Emma Twitty. MR. AND MRS. AUGUST FINK6 were married recently in Trinity Lutheran Church, Wordfin. Mrs. Finke is the former Nona Thompson.—Photo by C. R. Butler. W. Rice Receives English Degree WILLIAM RICE DECATUR, June 3.—William Rice, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Marshall W. Rice, 2336 State street, Alton, graduated from Millikin University, Monday, June 2, in the 49th graduation exercises. He was bne of 167 to receive their degrees from President J. Walter Malone. Mr. Rice received a degree in English and is a member of the Conant Society, Millikin religious association and the university band. Church Notes Woman's Service Society of the First Baptist Church, will meet with Mrs. J. Harold Meyers, 1528 State street, at 2 o'clock Thursday. Sunshine Circle of the Cherry Street Baptist Church has postponed its monthly meeting from June 5 to June 12. Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday at the First Methodist Church with a board meeting at 10:30 o'clock. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 o'clock with Circle 2 in charge. Installation of officers will take place in the afternoon with Mrs. Walter Daley, president of the WSCS, Southern Illinois Conference, in charge. Dorcas Society of Concordia Lutheran Church of Cottage Hills will meet at the church at 1:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Jones is' president of the society. Hostesses will be Mrs, J. Leroy Dodd and Mrs. Samuel Gchrke. Mid-week service will be held at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night at First Baptist Church. A series of study on First Corinthians, Chapter 13, will begin. Bitten by Dog Police learned Monday that Anton Dictz of 303 Cherry street had been bitten by a pet dog and had received emergency treatment for the wound at St. Joseph's Hospital. He had attempted to move the dog, which was sick, and was bitten after picking up the pet, it was said. Telegraph Want Ads Click! *tt Vinci wal ifW first painter to rfiCognlWi the IIWI t&j Itght and shade, ftceotiflrit t* thf S Britftftffiea, ! Only Elgin bit (he DuraPower •ptiflg,guirinie«d to nevtr bretk. Handsemt l?.Jen* high turttd trtital mntrhihg txfaniioii kanii. Rglni alt prlctrf Irsm US 7i, Ineludlno '•<*• T** r IRYIN H. MANEKE JEWELER •••; Authorized Elgin Dealer] 1714 WASHINGTON AVE. ALTON, ILL. Watch Tomorrow's Newspaper SCHWARTZ FURNITURE 60. 3'i W. Ferfuion Av*, River Pima Broadcloth WO u Hi-A^: teauty brassiere AA cup. Sizes 30 thru 34. A cup. Sizes 30 thru 36. B cup. Sizes 30 thru 38. b flAd^V, You won't believe it—at first I This exquisite trifle. 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