Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 4, 1952 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
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ALTON EVSNINO TBLEORAPH WEDNESDAY, JUHB 4, 19H <.{ i W f T . r( ^ .-. , * n (OH IIStNHOWEH CIEETS NEWSMEN - Cen. Dwlght D. Eisen- howef Itands in uniform before newsmen at a press conference at fh* Penfagdn Tuesday for his final such appearance, He was met by •'barrage of questions from the 100 reporters who jammed the audi- fofiurri td l capacity.~~AP Wirephofo. !e Hills — Women of the "Assembly of God Church met Tuesday at 10 a.m. to discuss plans , for (i\e dully vacation Bible school which will open Monday and will ciorttinue for two-weeks from 9 a.m. tirtWlla.m., each day. Mrs. Ken- til !• in charge. —.„ Chirfei SchreVe, Pa- *jr.', ,«Mfad with friend* Sunday and spoke at the, Assembly of GOd Church in the' morning. GUests.'at th<* home: Of Mrs, LUla Flynn over the holiday* were Mr. and Mr», carl Claytor and family, Montemma. Ind.; .fMrs, Shirley Campbell, Houston, Tex,; Mr. and "Thought I'd lose my mind from terrible pain -of timpte pile* dnve yoo nuH? * acts iTuFantty to relieve *ueh tort tisoaet. Lufaricata hardeflM jJcrackin«.;redueet««Umg. Dojit i«ony of mnple pila. Get Pto, rtT-Aik doctor about it. Suppo-t- ttM tRth perforated pipe. * " ' \londSupposiltnitl9 Mrs. Ralph Flyrm and family, Joppa; Mr. and Mri. P. D. Chap* man and family, Kevli, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Flynn and family, Wichita, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Grisley and family, Hartford, and Miss Delene McC!ellan, Bethalto, Mrs. Flynn and grand* son, James Chapman, accompanied the Raymond Flynn family to Wichita, Kan., for an extended vis* It. ;i ' ' 1 Mr*. Ethel Snell entertained at her home with a family dinner Sunday honoring her small granddaughter, Rebecca Snell, on her birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snell and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Snell. Robert also shared honors with his small niece, as he was recently separated from the navy and arrived home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kutter and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kutter were guesuv over the weekend at the A. B. Herman home in Litchfield. Light reaches the earth from the sun in a little over eight minutes. NOW!! SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES MAXIMUM PROTECTION AT MINIMUM COST First National Bank & TRUST CO. in Alton , Capitol and Surp/us $1,500,000 ' - *'i. . $+* Thlrf A BeU* StrewU • Alton, Ulifloii MXMBKR FEDERAL DEPOSIT 1KSURANCE CORPORA'MOM Medora to Vole On fast MEDORA, June I.— At it meet- Ing of th* village board Monday «venmg, a petition requesting an election fd vote on daylight sty* Irtg time was approved. The election win be held June 23, at the village hall from 1 to I p> m., to determine fcnefhw th« Wordcn WORDEN-Mr. »md Mr*. Blty C Grant fnttrtaintQ MNiiftl guest! at • birthday dinner it fifth- home Sundiiy. ThOM prtittrt ^ert Mrs. Julia Orwrtey Of Hart/ord, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. WttlUm Mag*r of Hartford; Mrs. Wlllam L. Granlf, MM, T, M. Bo1I«rby, and Robert Oraiit of Wordpn. Mr* Eunice Sandbaeh enter' taintd im«ffiMt!r.<& the. Birthday club It her hoffle Monday. Honor scorn were held by Mm. Bureh O'tfell, Mrs. J, W, Moidwy, MM. Henry Lautenwhlagef, Mm. Gladys Probftt, and Mrs. Ernestine Lloyd. Mr. and Mm. Harold Beat are announcing the birth of a daughter. Myra Aftft, Monday, at Community Memdrial Hospital at Staunton. The baby weighed alx pounds and 12 ounces. Robert E. Stroud of Shcppard AfB, Wichita Falls, fexas, is spending a 15-day furlough with his village shall operate oh daylight sUvtftg time between the last Sunday in April and the last Sunday In September or not. At fhe mating the Mme of pay. ment of wheel tax wa* extended o June 10. Moriora MEDORA- Mr, and Mn. Walter •lou-cman, Doroneiter.,were guest* Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. £. L. Kahl. M. f. Dodge, who had been receiving treatment at Memorial iospital, Alton, for the past week, was brought home Monday. Mm. Robert Keas and Mrs. Far* nle Bradshaw, St. Louis, were guests Monday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Griffith and amlly and Mrs. Elsie Griffith. Chesterfield, spent Sunday with Ir. and Mrs. Earl Griffith. Supper guests in the evening were Mr. and VIrs. Adolph DePasse and daugh- er, Sharon, and Mrs. Irma Thatcher, East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rice and ton, Tommy, who have been visit- ig here with relatives, left Tucs- ay afternoon for Mt. Vfrnon to pend the remainder of the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ean Tober, before returning to Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jones and laughter, Imo Jean, Hartford, are pending a week's vacation here vlth her mother, Mrs. Viola Peek. Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt returned wme Monday evening from a veekend visit in Fairfield With Mr.|* u *»t* °/ M f- and Mrs - nd Mrs. George Freshwater. | tin - Carlinville. Miss Mary Tober. Alton, spent Mr - and Mrs. Loring Carr, Mr. he weekend here at the home of and Mrs - Raymond Carr, and Mr. VIjs. H. O. Peebles. and Mrs - Don McAdams were Mrs. Cecil Reed and daughters. Vlary Lou and Emma Lee. Campell, Mo., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Minnie Pope, and brother. Pope and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Moffitt and amlly, Lonmi, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Freab Wise. graduating class, attended a break* •ast Monday at Marquette Park.' Mrs. Ed Estes entered Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton, Sun* day for medical treatment. The Royal Neighbors met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Ivan <5haekelford for a potluck supper. There were 18 present. Prizes at ;ards were given to Mrs. Ralph Jnder. Mrs. Walter Stevens and Mrs. Charles Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Cory, and laughter, Eileen, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drum* mond at Hardin. Richard Reno and family Spent Sunday in Godfrey with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cope.. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Marshall, nd Mrs. J. D. Elmore were guests Sunday of Mrs. E. L. Stevens, •rovidence. Joe Turner of the U.S. 1'avy left iunday for San Diego, Calif., after 29-day leave 'with his parents, VIr. and Mrs. Everett Turner. Mrs. Evylh Arras, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn* Arras, and son, Tom, and Miss C-ale Grizzle were Sunday us- Kane KANE—Pfc. W. L. Brannan left Monday for the west coast for ov- rseas assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ozbun attend- d the eighth grade' commencement Monday night at the Jersey- ille Grade School where their granddaughter,'Miss Janet K. Oz- iun, was a member-of the gradu- ting class. Robert and David Flamm, Deca- ur, came Monday for a visit with heir grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Abbott. Miss Winifred Close, teacher in he Jersey Township High-School, nd Delos Turner) Shirley Stringer, lob Johnston, Winston Crotchett, Dorrls Berry, and Richard Darr, II of Kane, members of the 1952 For home and hospitality ind Ai guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Busch, Rockbridge. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Stroud. Arthur Brunnworth entered Com- mumtj- Memorial Hospital at Slauhton, Monday. Mrs. Richard Schrage is g patient at St. Francis Hospital m Litch- Mrs, Worden Anderson ehtered St. Francis Hospital hi Litchfield Monday. t Joseph MUlaeH returned home last week ffom Community Moi- pital at Staunton. Pvt. Edward ttolnaut and Mrs. ttoinaut of Camp Gordon, Qa., are spending a 23-day furlough visiting here with her parent!, Mr. and Mrs. w. A. Ruemmler and relative*. Mr. and Mrs. Elmar Berime and daughters, Marily. and Beverly, and Gloria Wold attended baccalaureate services of the Lutheran High School at Grace Church, St. Louis, Sunday "evening. Miss Emma Neuheus returned home Monday after I few days visit with the Rev. and Mrs. Arnold Juster at Wanatah, Ind. Mrs. Lydla Birmingham and sons, James, and Harvey, of Worden, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Neunaber of Bethaltb. attended the races at Indianapolis, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Kennedy and Robert Stoecker returned, home Sunday after a visit«Mth Mr. and Mrs. Robert Helton at Shelby-' ftote.ui.OiNi After M fttn COLD SPRING HAHBOR, N. V. —*-After 38 yilrs of golf Pete Burke made bis first hole-in-one. The brother Of Billy BurM, 1931 US Open champion, icortd his first ace with a t iron on the 186-yard 13th hole during a Long Island BrtHimateur tournament at the Cold Spring Country Club. • Burke had a 72 on his own ball. But ttimed with amateur Harry Stilnberg their best ball was (M. Burke s tHMI, pro Jack Mallon. *»6n the tournament with a 6.1, aided by his amateur part nets Marty Sehechter And Ted Hyams. Letiftiiy task One man would be required to work day and night for 91 years, striking 120 bells a minute, to run through all the possible combinations on a set of 13 bells. Read Telegraph Want Ads ville. Mrs. Charles Opel and daughter, Naomi, spent Monday in St. Louis. Cool Comfort For Burning Feet Let Ice-Mint fce-p your feet in tool, fr*sh comfort while th» temper-tor* loan. So easy to apply this frosty-white medicated cream — ia It-Unit la 4" soothinf relief. A real help too In lofUnln* it!nj% <!eliOu««l and corns. Don't dolly. 8*t Jee-WInt today. FOR 25 YEARS EYES EXAMINED EVENINQS. UNTIL I P.M. GLASSES FITTED REASONABLE PRICES. CREDIT Satisfaction Assured Comfort.ihlp Bifocals a Specialty HOURS DR. R, W. BRIHSER 12 Noon Till • P. At. 0:80 Till t Except Sat. Night . OPTOMETRIST IS E. Broadway, Alton HAROWARF VARIFIY NO IV... 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