Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1952 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 6, 1952
Page 9
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ALTON KVENtNO TftLEORAPH Carrollton High Hires New Coach Otiij Hair df Replace? Helton CATlROLLTON -. Otis K, K«rf jr;, 6f .SfeJWWWi .fllt» wai hired to couch, ioetball iftd teach eheml*. try tftd phyilcs in .the Camtlttn High Schaol «t thcf fegulaf 'month' ]y business meeMng of the board oi tdilcation Mwtday night at.ttrt Karr will be graduated from il- llrtotl Stata Normal At Normal, in August. We graduated frtm the high ichool in Arthur, HI., in 1946 ; aftef tfhlch he enlisted and served HtttMft-thrill* fetei, ' At Ndi-mal fre his bwn a msm- oif tf th« football *quad for thtet year*, Kart is Mplftclng Fred ^teL ton OT» the high tchoel faculty. Helton accepted a .position en the faeull^ of the Wnvetly High School for the *n*ul«g year, Harry Anderson who has been on the local faculty since January has been reemployed to teach biology, general science and coach tt&ck and assist with football. • ' ' Miss Shirley King, who is k graduate Of the class of 1952 from the local school, has been employed as school secretary and will assume her duties in the School office July 1. Claude Prultt and Barney Slemer were reemployed by the board as custodians of the school building. Soroptimist Club Meeting Thursday MM, Klnef MacAfee, Juviniie bation officer of Madison mm, speke before the ub «f AlWft Thursday neeti Ing a meeting at Hotel Stratford. Mrs, Gordon G. Keirle, Vice pres- ide*nt» presided at the meeting in tfits absence of the president, ,Mrs. C. Page Taylor, Mrs. Homer Sturgeon, program chairman, presented Mrs. MacAfee who discussed "Children With* Problem." An invitation wai received,from the St, Louis Sot-optimist Club to attend a dinner and installation Of Officers at the Chase Hotel June 10 at 7 o'clock. Officers of the Alton club will be installed June 26. In HHU OKI »f iewie* With of Art* EAST ALtecunfiNCE H. JACKSON, SR, USN, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jackson of 200 South Pence avenue, HAS completed boot training at San Diego, Calif., and is visiting at his'home here. He entered service March 4. A part time student at Shurt- left College, Jack- ON THIS TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE While a Carload Lasts at Slack's The Biggest in the History of Trade-In Allowances BRAND NEW 13 Cu. Ft PHILCO HANDY •UTTER HOLDER C. Hi son also \vorked at Sears, Roebuck before entering service. At completion of his leave he Will Area Death* Mrs, Ella Ford GREfiNFlELD-Mrs. Etta Ford, oldest daughter of the late James H. And Anpltne Waltrip Curnutt, died at 7:30 a.m. fodaV at the home of her daughter, Mrs, J. Howard Parks here. Mrs. Ford was born at Wrights, Sept. 30, 1864 arid was married to William J, Ford Sept. 24, 1884, who died March 11, 1946. She had been in ill health 'for a number of years and was 87 at time of death. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buck 6f 806 Lincoln street, Jerseyvllle. are arents of a ton.'boffi at TO tiff m. Thursday ih St. Josef*'* Jospiiai. The baby weighs sevfli pounds and eight ounces. Mr. and Mrs, Elton Smith of 30 Atchlson street have announced She leaves in addroon to her r '145 00 YOU PAY 95 • I Cu. Ft. Zero Zone Freeier • SPM* lot » Bi«f 71-lb. Supply • Handy gutter Bolder in Door of Frozen Food. '299 •REMEMBER FOLKS YOU PAY NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES ON ANYTHING AT SUCK'S — THAT'S AN EXTRA SAVINGS OF $20 TO $40! PLUS THESE FEATURES: • Zero Zone Storage for Safe ctorafe up to Year. • Fully Adjustable Shelve*. • Double Crl»pem..« Deep Sliding, Giasa Covered, Drawers. • The Most Wanted Feature*. • Quick Chiller —Separate Fully Enclosed Meat Department. In Downtown Alton, 111. 203 W. THIRD ST. PRETTY AS a PICTURE.' BARD SHE WURS 9 »ver 10 frfmt • tiiy i)*wtr lenses r«jr»rdl«M ot weakneai of eyes • white or tinttd vision Itniti for netr OR far • kryptok bifocals for near AN f D far Pr. Jack Mullen, OptomelrUt jg Prwcriptlon Ground iunilatftf • . * to San Diego, for assignment to Long Beach aboard AOB USS "Burt6n island." As a member of the "Burton" crew he will go to Alaskan waters. Jackson reported that he received the Telegraph uegularly and it was passed from one Illinois man to another, especially those who are from nearby Alton' areas. Capt Arntntrong itetaaand CAPT. JAMES B. ARMSTRONG of 110 East Penning avenue, Wood River has received release from active duty with the Marine Corps, after his second tour d'f duty. He arrived home a. week ago. He first entered the Marine Corps in November, 1942, saw service in the South Pacific and China in World .War II,.,' and returned to civilian life as a member of the USMC Reserves at the close of hostilities. He was recalled to active duty in August of 1950 as a pilot and ground officer with the First Marine Air Wing In Korea. Following his return to the United States the Captain was assigned to Cherry Point and served as aviation training officer, training pilots in instrument flying. Two months ago, March 18, while flying as v co-pilot of fin R5C Marine Transport aircraft, he escaped uninjured from a crash which caused two deaths. The plane caught fire over Dallas, Tex., shortly after taking off from the Naval Air Station there. Twenty- one persons aboard, including the pilot, jumped by parachute. Capt. Armstrong saved a crew member from possible serious injury or death after he landed. The man had been injured when his parachute opened and he was not able to control his landing. Capt. Armstrong collapsed his parachute for him thus preventing the man from being dragged along the ground. Capt. Armstrong is married to the former Miss Dortha M. Beta of Wood River. His mother, Mrs. Leta M. Wineland lives at Hamburg and a brother, Lt. Neil G. Armstrong is serving overseas with the USAF. Seller Home on Leave BRIGHTON — RONALD LEE SEILER, S. A., USNTC of Great Lakes has completed his boot training at the U. S. Naval Training ' x Center and is now visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. ,' Seller of Brighton. He is spending a 14-day leave here in advance of his new Assignment with the tMted States Navy. Wanda Methodist WSCS Entertained daughter, Mrs. Parks, two other daughters, Mrs. George W. Shane ot Rockbridge, and Mrs. Fred Masters of Greenfield, one son, Lee Ford, of River Forest, one sister, Mrs. Emma Pierce, two brothers, Zeno and Ira Curnutt. Ira Is clerk of the Greens county circuit court. The Fords moved into Greenfield fromt heir farm In 1936. Mrs. Ford was a member of the Greenfield Methodist Church, and will be buried in rites from there Sunday at 2 p.m., conducted by the Rev. George Mayo. Interment will be in Rose Hill cemetery. A The body is at Shields Mcifbria 1 Home where friends may call. Fred A. Elliott Fred A. Elliott,.58, of 1015,Elliot street, proprietor of Sportsman's tavern on Union street, died at 4:4; a.m. today in Wood River .Town ship hospital. He had been a pa tlent In the hospital for 13 days and had undergone surgical treat ment there May 29. A son of the late John D. and Nancy Elliott, he was born Oct 10. 1893, in Bethalto. He spent hi early life there and moved with his parents to Alton when he wa a child. He had attended Sfhoo both in Bethalto and Alton. He was married April 10, 1915 to Miss Agnes B. Padden of Ai ton. They had resided for the pas seven years at the Elliott stree address. Elliott had operated the Sports man's tavern for (he past 13 year and prior to that had been in th insurance business. He was a member of the D6b> and Mlle-o-Mo clubs. Surviving in addition to his wid 6\v are a daughter, Mrs. Raeol Hutte! two granddaughters, Tama ra and Jane Huttej a brother, J O. Elliott, and a sister, Mrs. Ethe Foster, Alton. Three brothers an two sisters preceded him in death The body is» at Staten funera Births he birth of a their ourth child. The baby, weighing Moro 4*H Club Plans for Summer ix pounds and 15 ouncts, was born at 3;15 p. m., Thuwday in t, Joseph's Hospital. A daughter, weighing six pounds nd 15 ounces,' was bern at 7:15 . mv Thursday in St, Jtfifltfi's Hospitkl to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Russell Guarino of 101 West fourth treet, Hartford. An eight pound and eight ounce on was born Thursday at 7:24 p. m., In Alton Memorial Hospital 0 Mr. .and "Mrs. Robert Bertels 1 Dorsey. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nasello, 304 McClure avenue are parents of daughter, weighing five pounds and 12 ounces, born in Wood 1 River Township. Hospital at 7:15 p. m. Thursday. Other children of Mr. and Mrs. Nasello are Guy Charles, ">; Allen Dale, 4, and Donna Kay, 1. A daughter weighing seven pounds and 10 ouncfes, was born o Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore. 275 Lorena avenue, Wood River, at 8:43 a. m. Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital. Their other child is Harold Lee, 21 months. _ . —v- Ammon H. Martin Rites Arc Set for Saturday Funeral rites for Amrrton H. (Abe) Martin, 65, who died Wednesday in Baptist Memorial Hospital, Little Rock Ark. will be Saturday at 2 p. m. in Gent's funeral home. Interment will be in Upper Alton cemetery. ' Mr. Mai-tin, accompanied by his wife Agnes had gone to Little Rock, May 11, to visit ,a with a step-son, Leo Larsh, and to take mineral baths. The Martins lived at 62 East Elm street. Mr. Larsh accompanied his mother home. ^Friends may 'call at the funeral home. Algeria is using DeccOgas, 'an American process, for keeping Its fruit fresh longer. MORd-The "Merry Maids" 441 j Club held an executive meeting Wednesday afternoon at me ftowe of Mrs, K, C, Psrrish; The pit* gram* tor th« . i«mtttt¥ We *tab' will.. next WedneSdny In the ft® ttfrian Church iOfcfal ft»m irt * ' , • MOW • Noted • ; . MORO-M1S8'Shirley HendMcki of Washington, p, C,, is spend t\vc-\veek vacation at the home of her parents. Mr, and Mr». George flttiawck*,* ^hlrfey Ji tr*-- 1 " " th« Defense department. . the H*ndrick«' yoiunger di arrived Wednesday from ' ton University. St. Louis, her school vftcatlon. Miss Rita Brazier it at the hctfte of her pafer.M, MK and M&i 3>L Brnzter, for a Short vacation, She has finished her Junior year; at the University of lllfnblit, and will re* turn to Champ'ftlgn ThiSriday to at tend summer school, She Will be employed ^art-time In trfe agrlcul ture college library on the campus- George Sawyer, son of Mr. find Mrs, L, E. Sawyer, wfll, «nte home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at hte funeral home by the Rev. E. E. DeLong, pastor of Roxana Presbyterian Church.. Burial will be in Valhalla Memorial Park. SOUTH ROXANA—The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Wanda Methodist Church met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Frances Langreder and Mr*. Mildred O'Neil for their monthly busines and social meeting. Refreshments were served by Mrs. O'Neil assisted by Mrs. Langreder. Those attending were Mrs. Laura Ebelege, Miss Hatlie Ufen, Mrs. Mary Ash, Mrs. Marcella Welch, Mrs. Nettie Ryan, Mrs. Louise Wood, Mrs. Dorothy Dike and Miss Ruby Roseberry. Boyn and (ilrls Club Outing SOUTH ROXANA—The Junior Boys and Junior Girls' Club met Tuesday evening at the Dads' Club park. A Softball game provided the early evening's entertainment and the game was won by the boys 10 to 9. Following the game a weiner roast was enjoyed. The committee in charge svas Mrs, Agnes Holliday, Mrs. Alice Holliday and Mrs. John Kleeman. Methodist Bible School SOUTH ROXANA — The daily vacation Bible School of the Methodist Church has an enrollment of 81. The school will continue for another week. Wedding IMve I'orvver Shop Hit *, W«ud Diver 4 »»»»» A Surprise Attraction for SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS Saturday morning at 9:30 A.M., His Honor/Mayor Linkogle, will light seven big candles on the Birthday Cake in Gately's show window. 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