Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Hospital K« ' mtm k Rebtcei Sue Mayers, 625 Wi ' A, S&mmers, 405 Park. Roy Burris* 2701 North., Hftftey f. Brown, 438 Br*ftW«*> Mff» RHoda Sehaninf, 786 Con- dlt, WotJd Wver, _ ^ Mis* Mary Dowdall, 228 Oeorg* Mrs, Mary Margartt Plett Gfafton. Mrs. Ethel Grause, 36 Bender East Alton, " Surgical treatment Willard J. Dugger, 529 Leslie Wood River. Mrs. Nellie R. Jones, 548 White law. East Alton. Mrs. Margaret Guess, 116 Hall er, East Alton. Donald Laux, Route 1, Alton. Mrs. Princes Biondollno, 208 South Ninth, Wood River. Bradley Goodman, Route 3, Car rollton. ' Mrs. Nancy Stevens, 519 George Wood RIV*r. tfamJuals Mrs. Shirley Arnold and daughter, Route 1, Brighton. Mrs. Rosemary Barcelona, 3436 Milton. Crawford Sealed, 2413 Washing ton. Mrs. Maurlne Blast, 401 Brown. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Butler. 3001 Fern wood. Mrs. Louise Bonds, 1706 Belle. Miss Bernice Boucher, Route 2, Alton. Mrs. Catherine Brunner, 2124 Holland. Henry Lewis Cobb, 1102 Union. Jackie Cope, 217 Mildred. Sheldon Gambill, Route 1, West Alton, Mo. Mrs. Audrey Jones and infant Eon, Route 1, Brighton. Henry Liley, 2l7a Piasa. Leslie John Lillls, 605 Central. Mrs. Mary Ann Madrid, Route 1, Granite City.', / Anthony Mosby, li09 Hampton. Mrs. Bertie Osborn, 310 Mills. Miss Evaleane Pannkuk, Monticello College. John Pellegrino, 451 Korrick, Wood River. Eugene Perkins, Route 1, Jerseyville. Floyd Richardson, 1385 Easton. Mrs. Elsie Riopelle, 310a Court. Mrs. Hattie Schleeper, 559 Melzger, Wood River, Robert Earl Smith, 1107 Long. Mrs, Mary Pauline Steward, 1001 East Fourth. Mrs. Lou Sunderland and infant son, 235 Mounier. Mrs. Doris tUmrich, 828 Center. Mrs. Maude Van Meter, 416 East Third." Mrs. Irma June Whyers and Infant daughter, Edvvardsville. Mrs. Vera Womack and infant son, Grafton. Alton Memorial Hospital ' Medical Treatment Charles Mundy, Fieldon. Gillman Dunn, 1911 Main. Rudolph H e n d r i c k s o n, 2805 Grandvlew. Mitchell Rlibdes; Route 1. Brighton. • Mrs. Roberta Smith, Elsah. Mrs. Anna Huck, -Route 1, Brighton. Surgical Treatment Mrs. Cora Estes, 1005 Pearl. Miss Maxine Grain, 922 Olive, Godfrey. Lloyd Crabtree, Route 2, Fieldon. Mrs. Lorrene Bunch,'429 Shell- view, Bethalto. Mrs, Value Startey, I3ti Ka* Elm. Gersldlrie Pearson, East Alton Michael Orttvj r, 3633 East Boerf Darreil **rye, 843 Washington Bast Alton. Mrs. Ctrl SfSfekerman and In fant daughter, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Wade Gergeft and infan son, 449 Actofl, Wotxi River. Mrs. Donald Th&mas and Infan daughter, 432 Wood ttlver avenue East Alton. Wood ftlfcr flo*pifaf Medical Treatment Larry Page, Cottage Hills. Oscar Brenner, sr., 1024 Fifth Alton. Mrs. Florence Reeder, 540 Whi law. East Alton. Richard 0. Nelson, Route Bethalto. Mrs. Ida Tate, Commercial Hotel, Wood River. Roy Updike, Cottage Hills. Larry Crocker, Main. Surgical Treatment Linda Marie Walls, 229 Walnut toxana. Jacklyn Roy Schmidt, 414 Maple Roxana. Mrs. Gladys Moore, 40 Oak Wil Uamson, W. Virginia. Harry W. Moore, 603 Forest, Al ton. Mona Grace Clapper, 207 Doenr Roxana. Mrs. Kathleen Fillingim, 214 Elble. Dlsmi»A*J« Mrs. Lila Roberts, 3408 Cali- ornia, Alton. Jacklyn Roy Schmidt, 414 Maple loxana. Mrs. Irene Criteser, 13 Ed- 'ardsvllle road. Mrs. Ethel White, Cottage Hills Joni Sue, Yates, 67 Dell, East ilton. Mary Lou Blevins, Route Bethalto. Kieth Wonnacott, 469 Tipton. Mrs. Violet Savage and infant aughter, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Ruby F. McCoy, 132 Sec- nd, Roxana. Elmer T. Cannedy, 611 Bowman !ast Alton. Mrs. Marcella Dorris and infant on, 646 Fifth, Alton. Rector Craddock, 224 Picker. Mrs. Betty A. Kantf, 101 Olive Hartford. > In and Out of Service With Men of Area Dr. Oria Giberson, 204 Henry. Walter Smith, Greenfield. Mrs. Margaret Pruitt, Church, East Alton. 1, Sfc. Stevenson to Leave Sfc. James Charles Stevenson, 'ho arrived home from Germany [ay 17, will report June 14, to t. Sheridan, for assignment. As f this date he expects to remain t Sheridan for six months •here he will train recruits. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene tevenson of 132 ] /2 Missouri ave- ue, Sfc. Stevenson was in Germany for more than three years. Fulkerson On Leave Another local boy, Robert Fulket on, 20, who entered service will ames Buckner, is home on leave ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs rlie Fulkerson of 222 Allen street e will report to Great Lakes on is return to service. Two other boys who enlisted with uckner and Fulkerson are at San iiego, Calif. They are Siegel Hover, and Junior Seehausen. Each Sunday morning Rev. J, Vington Rice, of Corky, England, akes his stamp collection to church nd delivers a short sermon on amps during his "Children's Half lour." GENUINE Goodyear Welts Dressy Styles! $598 Tody's TOP VALUE for doNor • saving miles of smartness . . . MjppJ* leather, KIM **J*)STfVCVfOII« Comfort Favorite Crepe Sole Loafer C«HM< M Ian U«ttt«r iprinfly Tlirifry . . . Sturdy Budget - Wcef" Oxford witfc "f>tr«- v*lMt . . . f • * * t b • »Hti*f tar mtli«r P. N. HIRSCH & CO. Operating SILVERBLOOM 41 i, FERGUSON WOOD RIVER Bethalto Churcl) Budget Adopted $8638 to Be Spent Thia Year by MiB Charge Rev. C. tt. Catlton of the Methodist Church met with beard members Tuesday evening, to plan the work of the change arid to adopt (he church budget for the coming year. Fourteen members were in attendance. The report of the financial secretary, Mrs. Mae Rhine, which was Included In the report of the church treasurer, Elmer Schoeheweis, were accepted. The treasurer's report showed a balance of S1886.06 on hand as of June i. The sum of $2000 was transferred o the building fund lasf year, bringing that fwid to a total of $6600. The chairman of the finance committee, L, E. Prehn, read the proposed budget for the ensuing conference year. This year it will Macotipin Home Bureau Executive Board Meets SfttPMAN - All members, the home adviser, and assistant adviser, were present at the meeting Monday afternoon of the Macoupin County Home Bureau executive board In Carllnville. The sixth annual county tea for new members will be'held Satur* day at 1:30 p.m. CST at the high school gym in Scottvllle. Mrs. Anna be $8638 as compared to a budget last year. .Following the meeting, the Rev. and Mrs. Carlton invited all to the basement for refreshments. The official board meets regularly the first Tuesday evening of-each month. Regular church services will be resumed on Sunday morning and evening. Rev. Carlton was return* ed here by the conference for the third straight year. C of C To fta Organlr.e<1 BETHALTO-A meeting will be held here at 7:30 p.m. today at the Civic Memorial gymnasium to organize a .Chamber of Commerce For this area. All civic minded citizens are urged to be present. Elmer E. Gann is chairman. Albrecht of Alhambfa will be gtlett speaker. Mrs. Elmer fcwklingttn and Mrs. Arthur Kommick were named delegates to the citizenship conference at Bradley University, Peoria, June 17-20. The annual 4-lt onen house will be June 10-12 at the University of Illinois and a bus from the county will take 441'efs June 10 for a tour of the campus. News Note* StttPMAN-Mr. and Mrs, G. S. Kennedy of Des Molnes, la., were weekend guests of her sister. Mrs. V. B. Baxter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Baxter took Mr. Kennedy to Lambert Field Monday for his return trip and Mrs. Kennedy , remained here for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jenkins and sons were guests Sunday of Mrs. Jenkins parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Jenkins, at Tower Hiy. Mr. and Mrs. Vale Christopher of Alton were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Christopher. Lightning has struck the Empire State Building in New York City as many as 12 times in 20 minutes without doing damage. Shipfttim Vacation Bible School to Open June 9 SHlPMAN-The union vacation Bible school will open here Monday for two weeks. Hours will be from 1 to 3:30 p. m. and age groups are from 4 to 15. Mrs. Marshal] Halllday Is superintendent, Ethel Jaynes, secretary, and Mary Lou Allen, pianist. Teachers are: kindergarten, Mrs. Ebert Pointer and Mrs. Melvirl Wempen; preschool, Miss Berth* Shultz and Mrs. George Kahl; first and second grade, Mrs. Mitchell Taggart and Mrs. Wilbur Weidner; third and fourth grade, Mrs. Marshall Halliday and Mrs. Rollo Cam* eron; nnS'Intormedlates. Mrs. Lyle Duncan. Helpers will be Ethel and Dolores Jaynes, Jerrle Tracers, Shaaron Christopher, Julia Sawyer, Mary Lou Allen, Connie Meyers, June Lynch. Geraldine Taylor and Rheba Gregory. A new dam and power plant to be completed at Jochensteln, below Passau, In 1955, will be the largest hydroelectric plant In Germany with capacity twice that of the present biggest, at Hochrheln. Tw0*20.Year Men At Shell Honored Two men, having completed 20 years service, have been awarded gold emblems set with emeralds, by K. D. Hale, manager Of Shell Oil Co., refinery. Before going to Shell, t I. Wood had been employed for some time in construction work. He has serv> ed his entire 20 yeaw with Shell with the pipefitters, and for the past seven has been foreman. He has never suffered a lost time accident. Wood attended school however, at Terre Haute, Ind. In 1928 he was married to Anna Dolores Slner of Terre Haute. There are two son's in the family: Theodore, now serving In the U. S, Air Forces, at Las Vegas, and Delbert, of Mitchell, Illinois. Wood is active in the Presbyterian Church at Mitchell. He has served on the school board. His home is in Mitchell. L. E. Scheibal began in the labor department. He then worked for a time in the car department, and THURSDAY, JtWB 8, ttS2 ^ MMMHHMMMl|ij|tt|MlMM ^^ was finally transferred to ttt* dispatching department where he is presently assigned as pumper. He has never had a lost time acccident. Scheibal was bom neat- Edwardsville, attended school in St. Louis, and after graduation fitort Centra) High he attended and «** awarded a diploma from Browns business college. During th« fiftt World War Scheibal served 2ft years with the 35th Infantry Division and was overseas one year in lotion. In 1919 he married Hilda Neubauer of ColllMville. They have one son, LeRoy, of Edwardivllle — also employed by Shell. Scheibal is a member of the American Legion. He makes his home in Edwardsville. No Need For Teachers What will school be like 100 years from now? Boys of St. Paul's School, London, asked by Dr. R. L. Jamos, the principal, to express their views, said Schoolmasters will not be needed In 2052. 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