Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 4, 1952 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
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If t ;s ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNES 4, 1982 »J|)j»x ,»i Hospital Notes * .iffl , i , . . Alt** ff«ff»lf«f MA Mwsatet Howard, Whit V 1 ^Wl Jftift Howard, 22TM. Maxey uMflh Frances Shoffstall, Route 2 Brighten' ' ; Carl Kuhn, 854 Wajttttgton fherori £auh, Gotffrly Mrs. KatltfSto Stowell, 840 Wash Ington Mrs. Cdra Lovelace, Godfrey S«sa« Lobdell, 105 Central, Wood * Surgical f rfeaifrtcnt Carolyfi Cope, Kane Deborah Miller, 1130 East Se\ enth i David Dunn, Route 1. Jerscyvill William Federie, 3517 Gillham Dismissals ' Mrs. Ellen Lord, 28 East Sixth Mrs. Eva Gross, 616 Emerald Mrs; Mabel Koehne, 2670 North Rodgers Mrs. Daisy Waltrip, Route 2 Jerseyville Earl Fraley, Route 2. Fieldon Mrs. Ruth Sheppard, 3619 Cor- Matte August Hershey, 3025 Leverett William Smith, Owensboro, Ky. • Betty Rudd, 420 East Third Ruth Rodgers, 3703 Horn Donald Winchester, Route 1, Roodhouse Richard Pivoda, 12 Worden court Mrs. Guy Mudd and infant daughter, 402 Washington, East Alton .ll EIcr trie Standard Home Furnishers fttafteal f MiWtent ' fir". W. V. ftoberson, West son ftbbcrt E. Glpsofi, 516 Washing ton, East Alton Cynthia Anft Steingrubey, 145 South Sixth Surgical Treatment Mrs. Agnes Stanich, 501 Tlptott Mrs. Pearl Malley, 512 WhitelaW, East Alton John L. Klador, 419 Wood River, Wood River Mrs. Mary Lou Springer, Route 1. East Alton Larry Eugene Martin, 274 Thirteenth Mrs. Elizabeth Batclwlder. 420 Lincoln, East Alton Dismissal* Daniel Price, 1-47 South Thirteenth James Farrow, 1516 Spaulding, Alton Thomas R. Yerkes, Cottage Hills John Millich, 41 Madison Harold G. Jackson, 577 George William T. Finn, 328 Grand, East Alton John W. Brown, Chautauqua Mrs. Marjorie Godar, 508 Good- ellow, Alton Donald Lee Benlon, Cottage Hills Ronald Dale Benton, Cottage Hills Mrs. Mary Etta Simpson, 51 Vfarguerite Delmont D. Pearson, Lincoln \ddition, East Alton / Mrs. Frances BedWell and infant on, 155 South Twelfth Fred Klopmeier, Route 2, Ed- 'ardsville Lawrence A. Hale, sr., 306 Smith, East Alton James Carl Stroud, 1313 High- and, Alton Mrs. Belle West, Cottage Hills Sherry: Mae Stanford, Cottage ills NO RIGID DIET CHICAGO LADY USES RENNEL Mrs. Amy A; Eckart of 1123 8. Mason Av<s., Chicagd 44, 111. writes, young. "May I say a few words of praise aad appreciation for your wonderful product for reducing Renriel Con- eentrate. Thanks to' this safe home recipe I have lost 38- Ibs. My doctor lemons •dvfeed me to lose 35 Ibs. but was nappy to settle for 38. While on vacation last summer I picked up a few extra pounds but as soon as I tot home trusty Rennel. put me back In proper shape in no time, I work to an office every day and because ing of Rennel I feel wonderful and . . It's amazing how quickly you can lose unsightly fat at home. Obtain liquid RENNEL at your druggist, mix with grapefruit juice or Juice of two lemons u directed and take two tablespoonf uls twice a day. That's all there is to it. If you do not lose weight with 'the very first bottle just I return it to the manufacturer for your money back, You need never know a hungry moment while reduc- with RENNEL. jack ^Stanford, Jf., Cottage Mills George Holme*, cottage Wills St. Joseph'* Medical treatment. Mrs. Hattie Schleeper, 5S"9 Metzger, Wood River John Henry Kllgo, 525 Parker John V. Pellegrino, 451 Korreck, Wood River James Ellison, 130 Eighth, Wood River Richard Utz, Belleville James Jennings, 1425 Doerr Mrs. Nettle Marshall, 930 East Sixth Miss Frances Hellrung, 1111 East Seventh • James Miller, 1304 Harold Albert Terry jr. ( 240 Contra), Wood River Lenora Mae Edlrtgtbn, 1106 East Broadway Donald Henry Laux, Roule 1, Alton Surgical Treatment Mrs. Thelma Martin, 103 West i'cnth Mrs. Marie Dixon, 1210 Mckln- Miss Catherine Stahiings, 2330 Central Eugene Perkins, Route 1, Jersey- 'ille Mrs. Lois Bolo, 118 North Pence, East Alton Mrs. Phyllis E. Weishaupt, Edwardsville.' Dismissal* Mrs. Willie Bradshaw, 1305 Belle Mrs. Emma Bruce, 924 Easton Mrs. Ethel Crabille and infant aughter, Route 1, Dow Amos, Elliott, Godfrey Ewald H. Groatsch, Whiting, Ind. Miss Diane Handler, 829 Douglas Robert Hcntz, Edwardsville Mrs. Mildred Pat Jones, Willa •ark, HI. Mrs. Geraldine Killion and infant orii, Edwardsville Walter McKamie, 1504 Maupin Mrs. Kathleen Maggart and in- ant son, 659 East Fourth Elmer Pembrook, Greenfield Thomas Schriedel, 1422 Grand Roy Shoptaw, Cottage Hills Thomas Small, Whiting, Ind. Mrs. Angela Springer and infant aughter, 1534 State Charles Stiritz, Route 2, Godfrey Anthony .Totora, 781 Condit, food River Louis Valdes, 600 Sheppard Horizontal Orbits If we stood. at either of the arth's poles, we would see no ris- ng or setting of the stars: they ivould travel around the sky in orizontal circles. .•Read Telegraph Want Ads FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL AT "UNCLE" DICK'S SLACK'S ALTON STORE PLUS THESE 3 BIG FREE GIFTS Medora Baptist Class in Meet The) King of Fr«t Gifts went all out to make Dad feel like a king! Because, in ALL PLANNED BY THE JOLLY IRISHMAN TO MAKE DAD MORE COMFORTABLE eluded with thlt beautiful platform rocker at only $29.95 he's adding a lovely lamp, end table and smoker, three big gifts to make Father's Day a wonderful occasion for the man of your lift! Don't miss this special offer! Hurry in while it lasts! END TABLE LAMP and SMOKER ALL FREE REMEMBER, FOLKS - YOU PAY NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGE AT SLACK'S. THAT'S ANOTHER BIG SAVING JUST LIKE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET FREE Ddinry ToMC i 203 W, THIRD ST, Allon, III. OPEN EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 9 P.M. MEDORA - The Worth Whtl Class of the Baptist Church met Monday evening in the church basement, Eighteen members answered roll call with a Bible father Mrs. Emma Fleischer of Brighton was a guest. The first Psalm was repeated In unison with Mrs. Charlotte Kem per leading. Mrs. Bertha Rhoad led in prayer. Mrs. Arthur Gwlllim conducted the Bible quizz. Mrs. J. F. Shields presided at thi business meeting, during whicl time it was voted to have the an nual class picnic supper July.? a the church basement. Games were !« charge of Mrs Agnes Chism, Mrs. Fred Reed am Mrs. Ida Burns. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs James Struck, Mrs. Louis Maska and Mrs. Eva Day. Others present were: Mrs. Nell uorham, Mrs. Ollie Kemper, Mrs Elmer Forwood, Mrs. Emma Pal :on, Mrs. Gertrude Gwillim, Miss Bertha Short, Mrs. Mary Lutz Mrs. 'Bess Carter, Mrs. Arthur Gwillim and Mrs. Nellie Barnes. 4-H Club Meets MEDORA—The Kemper 4-H club met at the .Kemper school house Monday evening. All members o ;he club were present. Robert Kallal gave a talk on 'Why I Like to Live on a Farm' an,d Francis Kuebrich talked on "Safety With Fire." Plans were made for the club members to go to St. Louis to see the Cardinals ilay ball. The next meeting will be June 16 at the home of Mr. and Mrs Bill Smith. The wiener roast has been postponed to June 30. Roxana SOUTH ROXANA Eugene Knipping and Mrs. Margaret Knipping ?>oag, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lpuis Knipping of Sinclair avenue, received BS degrees at Shurtleff College Monday evening Mrs. Poag is superintendent of nurses at the Wood River Township Hospital. John Pruett, son of Mr. and Mrs. lay Pruett, of Main street, and Barbara Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, of Southard avenue, both students this past • in the sixth grade at the IVanda School, won "Best Citizen" awards. Mrs. C. A. Larson of Buckland, Vto., visited Sunday and Monday vith her son and family, Mr. and Vfrs. Elder Larson and daughters, Carol and Barbara, of Rose ave- iue. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hill and laughter, Patricia, -of Brooklyn, ., arrived Tuesday to visit at he home of Hill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hill of Poag avenue. Howard Gebelein and children Johnny and Sylvia, of Missouri avenue spent the weekend in Sprin avenue spent the weekend in Springfield, Mo., with relatives Mr. and Mrs. John Gebelein of Villa Ridge spent the weekend here anc Mrs. H. Gebelein's parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Kuelper of Labadie, Mo., and their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shultz and son, of St. Louis, attended the grade school graduation exercises Monday at the Roxana High School where Marian Gebelein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gebelein was a member of the graduating class. Pfc. Robert J. Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cunningham, of Smith avenue, will arrive Thursday from Keesler Field, Miss., to spend a 33-day furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cunningham of Missouri avenue, had as their guests Sunday: Mrs. Cunningham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Klunk of Hardin and her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lumley of Alton. Other local guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cunningham and Mrs. Danie] Steed and son. Daniel Steed of Smith avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Paynic of Wood River, spent the weekend at Kentucky Lake. The Dads' Club met Monday evening in the park building and discussed buying a tractor for use in the park and to mow vacant lots. They also have decided to have Pee Wee King and his band at the homecoming. Assembly of God Church will begin revival services Sunday with Mary Lois Newell of Tamms, as speaker. The Rev. Charles Tvvcnte is pastqr of the local church. Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gerdt, Mr. and Mrs. William Goebel, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oldenettel attended a health meeting at Carlinville Monday evening. They also attended a kick-off dinner for the Blue Cross Hospital Insurance drive. Final preparations are to be made on the city streets this week and oiling may begin next week. The oil contract was let to Havelka Oil Company, Alfred Jarobi received the contract for the rock. Thirteen members of the fourth grade Brownie troop and their leaders, Mrs. Lawrence Whiteside and Mrs. Raymond Wadsvvorth, enjoyed a picnic and wiener roast at the reservoir park Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bauer and he Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Miller ittended the Southern Illinois Vlethocijst Conference at Mt. Ver- uon, Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Donald Lowe, who attended con- erence last week, joined the 3auers and Millers in a picnic- dinner. Mrs. Donald Lowe left Monday for Milwaukee, Wis., where she joined her mother, Mrs. Henry Thomsen, and from there they flew to Niagara Falls to visit Mrs. Lowe's sister, Mrs. Carl Wolgast. Mrs. David Garrison, Pittsfield, is spending this week with her parents, the Rev. anil Mrs. C, MI Miller. Pratrfctown Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chttl of Detroit, Mich., visited with Mrs. Frieda kcwche and Joe Aulich, sr., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Knoche were Godfrey visitors, Sunday eve* ning. Joe Ashton and William Tiek of Staunton were visitors here Monday afternoon. Otto Henke of Edwardsville was a visitor here Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Evans and daughter of Cottage Mills visited with Evans' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Knoche, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Gohner are spending several days with their daughter and family In Pe- orla. Miss Nora Schumaker of St. Louis spent the' weekend holiday with her mother, Mrs. Emma Schumaker. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Steinbrueck and son of Wood River visited with Mrs. Steinbrueck parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crabtree were Bunker Hill visitors Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dubbelde entertained the following guests at their home Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Longworth and daughter, Betty, of Taylorville; Miss Katie Best of Springfiold; Miss Mildred Dubbelde and Charles Rideout of Granite City. St. Peter's Lutheran Congregation will stage their annual picnic at their church grounds Sunday at 2:30 p.m. David Lee, Wanda Kay, and John William Knoche of Cottage Hills, spent Saturday and Sunday with their grandmother, Mrs. Frieda Knoche. They were accompanied home Sunday by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knoche. Playgrounds to Open Thursday At Hartford HARTFORD.— Members of the recreation commission have announced the playground will be open Thursday nnorrtlng from 9 a. m. until noon, and again from 3 p. m. until 8 p. m. Supervisors will be at the playground Monday through Friday each week at the designated hours. Miss Ruth TOortiey, physical education instructor for the schools In District 104, will be the director of the girls and younger children at the water tower site. Russell ,Robbins, athletic coach and teacher at Woodrow Wilson, will be the director of the boys and will meet at the grade school playground. Robbing has announced he will hold a meeting Thursday evening at 6:30 on the Sinclair diamond, across from the school, for all boys 13 to 18, and for the managers of teams, for the purpose of organizing and forming leagues. It is hoped four teams can be formed. Robbins has also announced that a ball game will be played Thursday evening after the meeting. Pope Pius recently celebrated on the same day his 76th birthday and the 13th anniversary of his elevation to the Pontificate. Headquarters for FAIRBANKS-MORSE Shallow Well Water Systems WISEMAN, INC. Plumbing; & Heating Supplies 1128 East Broadway ^ Hartford Churches Win , * Mitl-Week Services HARTFORD - Services at the Methodist Church will convene at 7:30 p. m. tonight. The Rev, Floyd Chastaln In charge. Members of the Church of Christ will meet at 7:30 p. m. tonight for Bible study with Laverne Wheeler in charge. An open forum will be held following the' lesson. Bible study at the First Baptist Church will be at 7 p. m. tonight with the Rev. Maurice Powers in charge. A business meeting will be hold after the prayer meeting. Members'of the Assembly of God Church will'meet'at 7i30 p. m. Thursday for their mid-week prayer meeting. Bible lesson and prayer meeting at the General Baptist Church will be held Thursday evening at 7:30. Finn Bible School HARTFORD-The Assembly of God Church vacation Bible school teachers and assistants will meet each evening this week at 7 at the church to prepare the program for the school which will open Monday. Hours for (he school will be from 9 a. m. to 12 noon. Thursday night, the group will meet after the mid-week prayer meeting. Pliui Fish Fry HARTFORD — Members of the Civic League* and Auxiliary win sponsor a fish try Friday, Serving will start at 5:30 p. m. at the civic league building. Kew* Notes HARTFORD - Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Fleyd, and Mr. and Mr*. Met- feert Evans and daughter, Karen, returned to Clinton, Ky., Sunday aftery being entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Gllli- land, East Second street, during the holiday weekend, Mr.. and Mrs. Homer Kuehnel of East Elm have entertalned-Mrs. Kuehnel's sister, Mrs. Ray Mullican and her daughters, Rita Lee, Carrie Jo, and Royla Zoe during the past week. The' Mllllcan's left Tuesday for their home in Oklahoma. Mrs, Mullican is an instructor at Oklahoma A & M. Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia, reports the finding of a balloon released last September at a festival in Queensborough, England. Von Will Not Be Ashamed to Wear Shoes WE REBUILD W, J. REEOER * SON Washington A College Aves. GET OUT OF DEBT Let BUbOET PLAN get you out of debt on payments you can afford, regardless of how many you owe. No security or endorsers, not a loan company — one place to pay. . 3 OFFICES TO SERVE YOU THE BUDGET PLAN ST. LOUIS S15 N. 7th St. 2nd Floor MA. 3035 ALTON 201 West 3rd 2nd Floor ALTON 2-9911 K. 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