Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1952 · Page 20
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f Adi f WStfTf ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1931 ^'VJif ^ - , «*>m#te •>*»*£ WIDENING OF ROUTE 100 proceeds rapidly in the vicinity of Valhalla cemetery. The h.ghway. (commonly called the Old Jerseyville road) is to be v/idenr-d from its intersection wilh Sratp_street and Delmar avenue to the junction where morons^ turn to Crafton and Chaulauqiw. Each Eido of the road ir, lo be flanked by I wo-foot concrete strip and, after this phase of the project i:; crone this summer, the whole road suifdce will be blacktopped.—Photo by Ben C. Steely Hospital Notes Wood flieer Township Hospital Medlcnl Treatment Mrs. Vaneta Thomure. "0 Kas Acton. Rector IT. Reynolds. 348 Acton. Mrs. Maureen Crews. 146 Soul Fourteenth. John B. Cafazza, 49 North Main. Claude D. Parton, 216 South Rox ana. Gaylen Bruce Johnson. 416 Woof River avenue. "East Alton. Albert F. Aldinger, 3514 Aber deen, Alton. Surgical Treatment Thomas R. Yerkes. Cottage,Hills Robert Eugene Van Duker, Hart ford. Mrs. Ruby F. McCoy, 132 Wes Second, Roxana. Keith Wonnacott, 469 Tipton. Delmont D. Pearson, East Alton Chris Anthony^Totora, 781 Condil Aaron Curtis, Route 1, East A] ton. Daniel Price, 147 South Thir teenth. Alton Memorial Hospital Medical Treatment Mrs. Eddis Laity, 807 Maurice. William Bramlet, Bethalto. Nathaniel Nowlin, 1812 Main. Robert Jamison, Route 2, God frey. Mrs. Clara- Taravella, Route 1 Bethalto. Mrs. Mildred McCallister, 51 George,, Wood River. Mrs. Alta Yates, 308 Westerholdt East Alton. Mrs. Mae Barton. Route 1, Altor Mrs. Daisy AValtrip, Route 2, Jei seyville; Surgical Treatment Mrs. Dorothy Richey, 341 George. Mrs. Anna Schierbecker, 344 Fullerton. Lynn Cochran, 3709 Berkeley. Michael Graver, 3632 East Doerr Mrs. Carrie Templeton, Route 1 Alton. ( Dismissals John Egelhoff, 906 Carpenter Jerseyville. George Davis, 2121 College. Mrs. Izola Sheppard, Bethalto. Marcus Dodge, Medora. Paul Hatcher, 3615 Coronado. St. Joseph's Hospifu Medical Treatment William Edward Blair, 3426 Fu lerton. Rev. Ebbie Oliver May, 221 Salu. Charles E." Miller, 1208 North. Henry Liley, 217 Piasa. Mrs. Bernell Hutchinson, 2.1 East Twentieth. Mrs. Esther Imber, 3751 Be keley. Mrs. Evelyn Nichols, 618 Semplo Surgical Treatment .Tohn Fuoco, Route 1, Edwards ville. Thomas W. Suhriodol. 142 Grand, Edwardsville. Edward M. Lewis, Route 4, EC wardsville. Mrs. Delores Westbrook, 831 1 . Union. Mrs. Mary Pauline Steward, 100 East Fourth. Frank Gainer, 217 South Ninli Wood River. JOse Martinez, 623 East Fourth. Miss Doris Aksamit, Route 4, EiJ wardsville. Mrs. Ruby Reno, 240 Haller, Eas Alton. Mrs. Mary Searles, 1!I04 Pleas ant. Dismissal* Mrs. Alice Barlels, 27 Shell lane Edwardsville. Frank Buckner. Godfrey. Mrs. Verneda Cravens, 618 Wash ington. Mrs. More land Dirksmeyer Route 1, Jerseyville. Virgil Kallal, 407's Grand. Mrs. Maris McGovern, 42 Eighth, Mrs. Rosia Mosely. 2210 Gesche Mrs. Aldia Stout, 2619 Clawson. Edward Taviner, Hardin. Charles Tungett, Cottage Hills. Willie Washington, Edwardsvilje League of Women Voters Lists Thursday Session Alton League of Women Voters will meet at 8 p. m., Thursday, at the yWCA, in an "orientation" session, to which non-members wishing to learn about the league's program will be welcomed. Telegraph Want Ads Click! Brussels BRUSSELS — Fifteen eighth graders, eight boys and seven girls, were presented their dopjomas by the pastor of St. Mary's Churcn, the Rev. Father Joseph Enright, following mass Sunday morning. Those graduating were Leland Kiel, Ellis Hagen, Thomas Haug, Glenn Held, Partick Pohlman, David Sherman, Jerome Magee, Ronald Friedel, Jeanine Pohlman, Mary Jane Hagen, Angeline Siermer, Margie Seidler, Bernadett Stahl, Royce Broyles and Doris Telkamp. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mossman, jr., entertained the following at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Imming of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. George Mossman of Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ferguson and family of Jerseyville; Mrs. Mary Mossman of Golden Eagle; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Held and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elder, and Frank Mossman. sr. The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Herter, jr., born May 5, was christened in St. Mary's Church Sunday by the Rev. Father Joseph Enright. Sponsors for the baby were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Telkamp. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elder and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mossman and family were dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Lanman and family of Peoria. Mrs. Agnes Wills of St. Louis was weekend guest of her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Willmond. The regular meeting of the Ladies Altar Society will be held Friday evening in the science room of the school building. All members are requested to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Iming of St. Louis were overnight guests of the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elder, Saturday, Telegraph Want Ads Click! Carroltom WSCS Officers Seated Mrs. Damon Driver Again To Head Chili CARROLLTON — Mrs. Damon Driver, president of the WSCS of the Methodist Church and her rp of officers will be Installed Wednesday at installation ceremonies conducted by the Rev. Walter 13. Pruett at the church fol- owing a covered dish luncheon. Olher officers to bo installed are: Mrs. Chnrlos Mock, vice president; Mrs. 0. T. Purl, record- ng secretary; Mrs. Rual Jouett. reasiirer; Mrs. Stella Adams, ecretary of promotion; Mrs. L. A. )ickson missionary education ecrelary; Mrs. Ada Shaw, liter- ilure and publications secretary t Mrs. Rual Jouell, secretary of upplles; Mrs. Kenneth Byland, •outh secretary; Mrs. Ada Shaw, iterature and publications secre- ary; Mrs. Rual Jouett, secretary f supplies; Mrs. Kenneth Byland, outh secretary; Mrs. Jack McDonald, secretary of local activi- es; Mrs. Norman Brooks, piritual life secretary; Mrs. Robrt Richie, secretary of children's •ork and Mrs. Edith Allen sccre- ary of students work. The regular program for the rganination will also be held with Irs. Robert Richie presenting the rogram and Mrs. L. A. Dickson, evotional leader. Home Bureau to Meet CARROLLTON—Members of the ilnder Home Bureau Unit will be ntertained Thursday afternoon at he home of Mrs. Luther Richey. The regular monthly meeting of 10 executive board of the Greene ounty Home Bureau will be held 'riday in the Farm Bureau hall. Unturned to States CARROLLTON —. Sgt. James ohlman, son of Mr. and Mrs. ohn Pohlman of this city, who as seriously injured while on alrol duty in Korea May 3, has een returned to the states and in an army hospital in Oak- and, Calif. He expects to be sent o an army hospital in Battle reek, Mich., within a few days. Sgt. Pohlman talked to his par- nts Sunday evening and relatives ere plan to visit him after his rrival in Battle Creek. Released From Service CARROLLTON — Sgt. Neal Gil- ngham, son of Mr. and Mrs. John illingham, of this city has been eleased from service and he and is wife, the former Patricia Short, rrived home Friday from Camp arson, Colo., where Sgt. Gilling- am has been stationed for several months following his return from uty in Germany. Sgt. and Mrs. Gillingham will oon move into the Robert C. Darr esidence property on Maple ave- ue and Gillingham will resume vork with his brother, Harry Gilingham who is a distributor for >hillips Petroleum Company. 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Summers have received word that their granddaughter Wllva Andefeck, was gradudtee from the eighth grade, was listed as the outstanding girl in the Wood* row Wilson school, Peoria. They have also received word of the illness of another granddaughter, Patty Sue Clark. Mr, and Mrs. George Dodge anc Miss Harriett Dodge, Jersoyvillc, and Arthur Palmer, St. Louis were guests Friday at the Fred Dodge home. Mr. and Mrs. John Schocttler, Carlinville, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher, Springfield, called Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Nelle Warner. Floyd Summers accompanied his brother, John Summers, back to Peoria Sunday for a two-week visit. Pvt. William Kemper. jr., left by plane from ,St, Louis Monday for Camp Lawton, Seattle, Wash., for further assignment. He has been spending a furlough hero wilh his wife and parents, -Mr. and Mrs. William Kemper, sr. A day's outing and picnic dinner Sunday at Eldred was held, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rice and son, Tommy, who are here from Memphis, Tenn. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Rice and son, Tommy; Mr. and Mrs. Don Rice, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peebles and son, Stanley; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Milner, Jerseyville; Mrs. Harry Hyndmann, jr., and children, and Mrs. Myrtle Hyndmann, Springfield, and Miss Mary Tobcr, Alton. Misses Naomi Warner and Shirley Plogger have accepted positions in the office of Western Cartridge Co., East Alton. The young women are members of this year's graduating class of Medora High School. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reed, Hartford, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Witt, and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Reed and son, Tommy, and Mrs. Mary Almart, Chicago, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reed through the weekend. Announcement has been made of the birth of a daughter, Friday evening, to Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Prather at De Paul Hospital, St. Louis. The baby weighed six pounds and four ounces, and has been named Patricia Carlyn. The mother was formerly Miss Ruth Cox. The parents are former Medora young people. Michael Haynes of Wood River, grandson of Mrs. Claudia Haynes of Medora, won first-place in the Optimist oratorical contest at Jefferson City, Mo. This gives him a chance in Louisville, Ky., in June, for the grand prize. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Haynes. Miss Delores is spending the week in Alton with her grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. p. Watkins, and other relatives there. Mrs. Claudia Haynes and daughter, Miss Rosalie, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Claxton on an outing and picnic dlnfier Friday hear Kampsville. They returned to Alton with the Claxtons for the weekend. Mrs. Eva Day. Springfield, spent the weekend with her sisier, Mrs, James Strunk. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert. Vancamp and his father, Timothy Vancamp, Wood River, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newton and daughter, Centralia, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Warner. Mr. and Mrs. William Reilley and daughter, Billle Ann, Carlin ville visited Sunday with her aunt, Mrs, Sarnh Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. E. ,1. Walters and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wheat, St. Louis, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tober. Mrs. Clemmeth Johnson and son, Ronald Wayne, went to Alton Sunday afternoon to see "her uncle, Cloyd Sanders, a patient at Mem- orinl Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Elliott spent Sunday in Alton at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Joel Moore. Eugene Bennett of the Navy and Mrs. Bennett returned to Memphis Tenn., Sunday after spending a few days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bennett, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Moore of Alton to Winnebago, 111., for the weekend, which they spent with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Luce and family. Mrs. Helen Curtis Rites Conducted at Medora CHESTERFIELD-Funeral services for Mrs. Helen Adams Curis, 81, widow of Samuel Curtis, were conducted Thursday afternoon, 1:30 p. m., at the Warner tineral home in Medora by the Rev. William Swift of the Carlinville Episcopal Church. Mrs. Wilard Bowman and Mrs. Robert <eele sang and were accompanied by Mrs. Jess Talkington. Burial vas in the Keller cemetery at New Pastor at Medora Church MEfcORA-the Rev. E. W. Fox, pastof of Medora-Plasa Methodlsl charge for six years, was assigned to the Dowey Avenue Methodist Church in Granite City at the annual Southern Illinois conference at Mt. Vernon. The Granite City church ha* a Sunday school of around 200. Rev. and Mrs. Fox expect to move Thursday. Their son, Charles Fox, and wife, who have accepted teaching positions in the Alton school system, will be with them until September. The* Rev. Jesse ,T. Siebers wns assigned to the Medora-Piasa charge. He has been pastoring on the Calhoun circuit. He was pastor nt Kane and Coffeen. Rev. and Mrs. Siebers are expected here Thursday. They have one son, six- years old. Mis* Cline Honored nt Pnrt.v MEDORA-Miss Ruth Cline of Chicago, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Clinc, was guest of honor at a party Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Lyndall Walkington in Jerseyvillc. The group included five classmates: Miss Ruth Cline, Chicago; Mrs. Corrinne (Dougherty) Harlan, Mrs. Hazel (Armstrong) Kirsch, Medora; Mrs. Helen (Warner) Marshall, Mrs. Marie (Range) Walkington, Jenseyvillc. Mrs. VV. D. Gilworlh of Medora was also a guest. Mrs. Walkington served refreshments. Calfdozers — small editions of Bulldozers—are being used in Britain to clear ships' holdds of min- sral cargoes like coal, iron ore and imestone. Telegraph Want Ads Click! Chesterfield. Pallbearers were Tom Dodson, Robert Tuetkin, William Yowell, toy Dawson, Norman Curtis and Dennis Barrick. Ttv (tn't mor its moUhliss biouty! $ 4 - Joe Brandt Hdwe. 712 BAST BROADWAY Kane Frank Prough and wife, Augusta, Gft., came Saturday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. H&rfy Prough and Mr. and Mrs. Uoy Turpening. The Rev. ftnd Mrs. C. L. Peterson and Mrs. F. F. Wehrly returned homo Sunday from Ml. Vornon where they attended the annual Methodist conference. Mrs. Paul Williams, Greenville, Penn., is visiting this week with her mother Mrs. William Crane. Sfc, and Mrs. John Gross, Mor- ganfteld, Ky., came Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Gross' mother, Mrs. Worthy Stringer. Quinton Williams, St. Louis, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Theodore Williams. Miss Patsy Atchison who attends school at Jacksonville is home for the summer vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Atchison. Mrs. Clptus Hayes, and son, David, Alton and Charles Naylor and family of Cottage Hills, accompanied K. I. Ozbun and wife, and W. BnuRht and wife to Rockbridge Sunday to a fish fry. John Daniels, Dana, Ind., was a guest over the weekend nt Hie Everett Turner home a/id was accompanied homo by his wife and daughter, who had" visited here the past. week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Watson, SI. Louis and Nell Sexton and family, Benton, Ky., were guests over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. George Milner. Mr. and J4rs. Keiyieth Wilson and son, Bobby, and Hubert Hawk of Greenfield, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hawk. Ernest Abbott and son, Frank, spent the weekend in Decatur with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Flamm. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Darr, Cnr- vollton, spent Sunday with Mrs. William Darr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dixon and daughter, Joyce Ann, ind Mrs, Robert Walker, Springfield, wen guests the past weekend of Mr, and Mrs. Leo D. Ofcbun. The Baptist Church presented their pastor, Rev. R. L. Shewttiak- £ a graduation gift-of a wrsf, watch. Rev. John Scott of Winchester was present at the Sunday evening service and made the presentation. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lamm and sons Wcwd River, were Sunday guests at the Perry Hardwlck home. Mr. and Mrs. William Brady spent Sunday at Hlllvlew. They were accompanied home by Brady's mother, Mrs. W. H. Brady and his brother, Carey Brerfy Who will visit here. Meteors as small as buckshot ca nbe tracked with a new 500- pound meteor camera designed for Harvard College, observatory. The new camera, first ever designed exclusively for photographing meteors, is expected to increase astronomy's photographic yield of meteors by a least 4C times. "PF" Time is Here/ P-F CANVAS SHOES Advertised In LIFE With Rigid Arch Support Children's - Misses' . Ladle*' • Red • White • Blue $2.75 and up C. L GISSLER SHOE SERVICE 1118 MILTON ROAD WHO'LL BE THE NEXT WINNER? THE FOLLOWING JINGLE WON $20.00 FOR MRS. JOHN JOHNSON: 1 knead delicious bread I bake a tender bun And now indeed it can be said It's OCC1DENT-LY done Join In fh« fun of Ocdd«nf t |lng!«-wrlt!ng flame. You'll be paid $10.00 if your jmgU ii ined in Occident advertising, or (20.00 H accompanied by Occident Flour trade- work or other proof of purchaie. Send ye** jinglei to Occident, Alton, Illinois. OCCIDiNT FLOUR and MIXES tt Only $ 1.25 A Week REFRIGERATION & APPLIANCE CO. cuut Leo/uo tite, YOUR EXCLUSIVE KEIVINATQR DEALER 315 Belle St, PHONE 3-7776 REXROAT MOTORS, Inc. 2625 E, Broadway, Alton Your nearby Chrysler dealer invites you to stop !n for a most revealing demonstration ride in the best-engineered car in America! See your nearby Chrysler dealer soon. Drive the most talked-about car in America today and learn the difference ; i t The difference in FirePower—180 HP, the most-talked-about new engine today. You've simply never felt so much surging power. You've never had so much in engine performance per gallon either. For FirePower is the most efficient, most economical powerplant ever put in an automobile. You've just got to drive it to believe it. The difference in full-time power steering with hydraulic power doing 4/5ths of the work of turning the wheels. Even the distance the steering wheel must turn has been reduced by more than one-third. Chrysler power steering works all the time to give amazing effortless control in traffic, on rough roads or in tight parking spots. On long trips it means wonderful new free* dom from arm or shoulder strain. The difference in Chrysler Power Brakes, for gentle, jolt-free, on-a-dime stops at any speed ... with as little as one-third your normal braking pressure! Never before has so much power been so easy to control, Never before has such a fast-driving car given you such a wonderfully relaxed feeling of safety. The difference in Onflow riding comfort. The new Chrysler's Onflow Shock Absorber gives you an unbelievably smooth ride under all road conditions , . , soaks up even the roughest bumps ; ,. provides twice as much protection against unexpected jounces. You've never felt such comfort in any car*-regardless of make, model, power, or price! The difference in the way you f«tl when you take the wheel of the 1952 Chrysler just can't be described in words or picture* You just have to try-this great new automobile to discover the new joy of driving the finest car ever made. That's why we want to urge you, again, Drive a Chrysler and Uarn the Difference! STUART MOTOR CO. 316 E. Ferguson, Wood River

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