Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1952 · Page 11
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PR1BAY, JUNK 8, I9J2 ALTON KVSNWO TELEGRAPH Upper Alton Baby fhi premature baby daughte bom ta Mr. and Mn» fidward M Baker Of 2902 Ferriwood avenue May 23, Ii stilt at Alton Memorla Mospltai, but her oendHlon is e eellent, phyiiclans Said, Mrs, Bak er returned to her home May 30 The baby hat been named Patrici Ann. The Bakers have anothe child, • four-year-old boy, ftftViMekan tilrl Somewhat Improved Five-year-old Angela Hannekan daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Hannekan of 2411 Judson street has been in and out of the hosptta again. Angela, who haslieen brave ly fighting a brain tumor for mor than a year, entered Alton Memor lal Hospital May 22 and was releas ed May 29. Her mother said th child is resting comfortably and seemi to be improved. Angela has many friends In the area who became acquainted with her brave struggle when the lumo svas discovered. She Underwen surgery shortly after that which Improved her condition, but sine then has entered Alton hospital? many times for check-ups and treatment. D-Dajr lor Jennie Bcnerke Circle Jennie Bcnecke Circle of the Main Street Methodist Church has designated its next meeting as "D Day." A spokesman for the group said that June begins a new fisca year and that members should give it a ncsv start. The meeting will take place Mon day, June 9, at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Ova Goltz of 3415 Milton drive. There will be no les son, but members were urged to come prepared to contribute to the program. A spokesman said these contributions could take the form of readings of poetry, scripture current news and similar offerings Youth Choir Program Youth Choir of Tabernacle Mis sionary Baptist Church at 2620 Amelia avenue, and youth choirs from four other Alton area churches, will give a 'program at the church Sunday afternoon. The Harrison trio also will sing. Rev. May In Hospital The Rev. E. O. May of 2313 Salu •treet, pastor of Allen Chape! A.M.E. Church, entered St. Joseph's Hospital, last Monday,' for medical treatment. Allen Chapel Meeting The third quarterly meeting wil be held at Allen Chapel A.M.E Church at 2313 Salu street, Sunday, with the presiding elder, the Rev. W. R. Stewart of Springfield giving the sacrament. Tonight at the church a special weekend service will be held with the Rev. H. H. Webster as the principal speaker.- The service is sponsored by Mrs. W. M. Johnson, president of Stewardess Board No. 1. Auxiliary Holds Meeting Ladies' Auxiliary of the Milton Volunteer Fire Department held its regular meeting at the fire house Thursday night and discussed additional plans for the forthcoming fish fry and picnic to be held at the Milton school grounds June 12, 13, and 14. President of the group, Mrs. George Killer, urged that all those wishing to donate food stuff or cash should drop it off at the fire house, She said this method is being taken because it has been impossible to contact everyone who wishes to contribute. Picnic at Forest Park Mothers Board of the Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, at 2620 Amelia street, is sponsoring a picnic at Forest Park in St. Louis, .luno 20. The group will leave Salu park at 9 a.m. A spokesman said nuke's for the event are on sale. • Paul Gets Farmer Award Maurice Paul, son, of Mrs. Emma Paul of near Fosterburg, was awarded a farmer's degree at Champaign Thursday night by the Illinois Association of Future Farmers of America. Paul, who will be graduated tonight from Alton High School, studied agriculture at the school for three years. The award last night was one of 300 such made to high school students throughout the state. The minimum requirements for the honor are: Earn $250 on a farm project and reinvest % of the sum in other farm work; a scholastic average of B or better; conduct a meeting lasting at least 15 minutes, using Roberts Rules of Order, and hold an office in the local chapter of the Future Farmers. Paul was accompanied to Champaign by his mother and Paul Glaeser, instructor of agriculture at the school. Celebrateg 82nd Birthday Mrs. Jane Edwards of 2815 Edwards street was the guest of honor at a surprise party Wednesday commemorating her 82nd birthday given at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Clarke, who resides at the Edwards street address. Mrs, Edwards had two birthday cakes, many gifts, and the house was decorated with roses and spring (lowers. Those attending were the Rev. and Mrs. J. Curtis Martin, Mrs. Sidney Abbott, Mrs. Mary Heller, Mrs. Anna Card, Mrs. Norval Wells, Mrs. Lydia Titchenal, and Mrs. Gertrude Hubbard, Daughters of Mrs. Edwards — Mrs. Bessie Grimes of Harrisburg and Mrs. J. G. Reed of Eldorado- arrived today to spend the weekend with their mother. Child Enters Hospital Eight-year-old Joan Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrt, L. B. Robinson of 2614 Walnut street, entered Alton Memorial Hospital today, where she is expected to undergo surgery tomorrow for removal of tonsils and adenoids. Joan has been ill almost a month with an ear and throat infection. Buying Home oa Bdgewood Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wooff of 719 Hunters court, recently bought a home at 3229 Edgewood avenue ana* will move into the quarters in about a week. The Wooffs are renting the property on Hunters court. They faav« a boy, nine, and. two girls ages three and two, respect lively. Woeff is employed At an electrician at Shell Oil Co. Peg!? Korahl* vn<iefffo«* 8nr|ery Six-year-old Peggy Kofahal daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. James C. Kofahl, underwent a sen- lotts mastold operation Thursday at Barnes Hospital, St. Lotlls,. and Is resting comfortably. Her father, pastor of Assembly of God Church at 2818 Edwards street, said he had been Informed by surgeons that the child would have to remain at the hospital for at least 10 more days. Peggy developed symptoms of the infection about a month ago and has been under medical care since. Hospital authorities said the operation was successful and the child will recover. Mortlands Moving Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Mort> land of 3229 Edgewood avenue will move Saturday to a large home at 3608 Horn avenue. The Mort- lands, who" have two boys ages nine and three, have li-.ctl at the Edgewood home, which they sold, for five years. They have purchased the Horn avenue property. Mortland is employed . t the West- irn Cartridge Co. Vote On Pmitor Candidate Members of Main Street Baptist Jhurch will vote after morning worship Sunday In connection with filling the vacancy left by the de- aarture of their former pastor the Rev. Arthur M. Ulrich to a church at Olney. A candidate for the pul- ilt at the Main street church, the Rev. Wesley Pearce, pastor of Warder Baptist Church at Marion, jave the sermon at the regular nidweek services last Wednesday. A spokesman for the pulpit committee urged all members to attend and vote Sunday on the candidacy of the Rev. Pearce. The principal speaker at the norning and evening services, Sunday, will be the Rev. Eldon Dlttemore of Shurtleff College. 13 Remain For Bummer Thirteen faculty members of Shurtleff College will remain to teach at Summer classes at the institution. Registration of students began last Wednesday and is expected to close June 13. Members of the faculty remaln- ng are: Oren L. Brown, Otha Clark, Webster O. Clark, Audrey Dittemore, the Rev. Eldon Dittemore, L. K. Freeman, Max Hod- ;es, Robert Murdoch, Helen Pati- ion, Merle Pearce, Virgil Pinkstaff, Edwin Warren and E. A. Weinke. Safety Belt Save» Life William Renken, 18, of 2219 Humbert street, likes to keep abreast of the latest things in automobile safety. The past Memorial Day he went to Indianapolis, Ind. for the auto race. He picked up a pointer here that probably saved his life ;arly Thursday when his automobile was demolished in a three car crash on Highway 99 between the Lewis & Clark bridges. Renken was on his way to a school in St. Louis where he is studying radio and television repair when the car in front of him spun out of control. Seeking to avoid a collision Renken turned lis car aside, crashed through a icavy guard rail and was struck by an oncoming truck. As his carl Persdnal Notes Mrs. 0. W. Heggemcier, 822 Eas Eighth street, left a \tedk ago fo BalUftwtUi Md< t where *h« wa met by her daughter, Mis* Ariee Hefgerrteter, wHo Accompanied he mother to Westminster, Md, Mis Heggemelw is « member of th muilc faculty at Western Mary land College, Westminster, ant after attertdirtt th* edffitaeneernen ejcWcises Monday mortilng sh and her mother left by tuto fo Alton, arriving late Tuesday night Mil* Meggemeler will visit wit her mother and father, the Rev Heggemeler, until ne*t week when she leaves for Oberlin, 0,, t study towards her, master-'B de gt'ee this summer at Oberlin Col Icge. Miss Eunice Sheley, daughte of Mr. and Mrs, Robert N. Sheley 1821 Wordon avenue, is one of fou sophomores at Llndenwood College St. Charles, Mo., chosen to spend the first semester of their junto year studying In Washington, D C., i>r. F. L. McCluer, presiden of the college, announced today Lindenwood Is one of 13 college In the country which co-operate in Ihe "Washington Semester" program in which four .outstandini juniors from each college eacl year spend a semester In Wash ington studying government In ac tion. Mrs. Eda Ward, formerly 0 Alton, visited friends and relative here last evening. Sh« has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Loui Wilhltc of Lttchflold, 111., wht brought her mother to Alton for a visit. Mrs. Ward Is in federa government employ and Is sta Honed In the Pentagon building Washington, D. C. Mrs. Wllhite who was Lola Ward, has three hildren. Her husband Is a schoo principal at Litchfield. Mr. and Mrs. Harrol Cannedy and children went to Piedmont Mo., to be the guests of Mrs Cannedy's parents, Mr. and Mrs Adam Sheff. Today was the birthday of both Mrs. Sheff and her granddaughter, Nancy Ann Cannedy and the double annlver sary was to be jointly celebrated by grandmother and granddaugh ter. Mrs. Cannedy and children will remain 1hree weeks but Mr Cannedy will spend a week a Piedmont. Mrs. Geneva Davis of 192.3 Gross street is in Chicago to attend 1he funeral of an uncle, Lanere WII liams, a former resident of Alton Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday. Mrs. Janell Bowman left this afternoon for her home in Urbana after visiting with Mr. and Mrs Ray Luken, 2619 Hillcrest avenue Mrs. Kent Hasemeier and daugh- :er, CindM, left this morning for Seattle, Wash. Next week they A'ill sail for Japan to join Lt, teetered on the edge of the em bankment Renken realized he wasn't injured. He looked down a he safety belt around his waist and said thanks to the racing driv ers at Indianapolis. It was there he got the idea of having a safety belt installed in his own automobile. He had it less than a week ivhen his car was wrecked. No one was Injured in the crash. -GOULDEVG'S. Our 100th-Year — Jewelers in Alton. Marvelous wiy 10 ttart kir Heirloom Sterling vicel One place letting costs to liulr, |iv«i endltn year* of pndeful ple«ur«. And the pattern! in thii lovely tolid ulver are to fresh, »o young-spirited— so original— she'll call it her loveliest graduation gift) iM ol 0,«di W. Federal T« Included, frtmthist JW levtly fatunii Buy Sterling From Your Local Jeweler i'rice* are Alw»y» a* tow or loww than Home- You will benefit mor« by buying from Gouldlng'*— Not only in |>ric« mid quality— but in «ervive a ml reliability No Hlgb-I'mmre taptit*— »ucb a* "Sterling Silvur l'arti«»" in the bom* — You choose leisurely and wisely here. Consult us. jeweler — American Gtm $oci|ty GOULDING'S Store Ho«r»: 9 to 5 — Friday 9 to 9. HaitrMtw, ind ffiihf tftelr honw. Mn, Hasemcler was accompanied by her (Hsterv Mrs, Charles Jfl- gold, who will rtmaln In Wattle until after they set sail. Mrs. Florence Ashlock of 144 Dflfiforth street HM fetumed from i fhree weeks' visit with fit* urn and daughteMrt-lnw, Mftjor ftnd Mr*, Ray Aihloflk, at Junta Bar* barn, Cflllf, mftWrtg the trip by plane. .While In the weft Mrs. Ashloek vfilttd the Yoscmito V«|. ley, Carmel.BythVSea Hind other places of Inteteit, Mr. and Mr*. Papl Palmer Of SI? Bant Tenth street have M» celved word from their mn<ih*Uw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J, d, Moore, arid children, who left three weeks ago to locate In Tueiron, Aria. Shortly after their arrival Mr. Moore secured a position, and two weeks ago as Mr. Moore was returning home from work his car and an automobile driven by a soldier collided, Neither driver was Injured but the automobiles were damaged. Moore Is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Moore of Pjrk avenue. Lt. Earl Llnkogle of the Ma« Hne Corps left Thursday for San Francisco to report for expected overseas service In Korea. Mrs. Llnkogle and their son, Earl Jay. plan to remain In Alton while he is overseas. During Lt. Linkogle's leave all have been visiting at the home of his parents, Mayor and Mrs. Llnkogle. Engineman-Flreman .Tack Keller of the United States Navy arrived home from the west coast Tuesday. Son of Mr. and Mrs, William Keller of 1002 Union street he will report at Key West, Fla.. June 30. Mrs. John Nelson of San Fran' cisco is visiting relatives and friends, and slaying with Mrs. Edgar Mnttlngly, her sister, and With Oibofnt Kftftpp, he* brother, MM, Nelson is the former Mar* garet Knapp and this j» her first visit to Alton in few years. Last week she visited with another sister, Mrs. Wffltam Herbert of St. Louis. Before coming to Alton Mn, Nelson visited in North Care- JM and Washington, B, C, Cflt'lin Rebekaha to Hold Memorial Serves Memorial services for Rebekahi and Odd Fellows will be held af ?)30 o'clock Sunday evening in the North Alton Baptist Church, 2248' State street. The Rev. William Robertson Is church pastor. Carlln Rebekah Lodge has Invited members of Alton Rebeknhs, 4tfi, Odd Fellows of Western Star Lodge, No. 1, and Greenwood Lodge, 421, to attend the services. LmJff member! wit! mut at tht emireh at fitt a'eieefc and enter tht church in ft body. ittifft PARIS, June 8 #•*• <3*«. De Gaulle beat the dnims for French nationalism again last night in a statement blasting the Welt derman peaee contract and the Europeafi army treaty, and PRESCRIPTION SIRVICK YUNGCK DRUGS * * BLOCK'S I'/j Minutes Out of North Alton ON THE GODFREY ROAD BLOCK'S DRYVIN Open ID A. M. ta man r. M. Chipette Sundae* - Malls - Soda* QUARTS— PINTS-.HAUf GALLONS We Also Hnve Block's Ice Cream In Quart*, I'lnts, *,< jfo heller tttnn the li««»(-«liir bHlnr thnn the rent asking A helping hand in china. At WET, fire :§ a fife extinguish! 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