Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1952 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 6, 1952
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Mtmblr of Th« Awoclited Prest. Sc Pit Copy, AtfON, ILL., FRIDAY, JUNK 6, 19J2 Hospital Notes Rtoer ffafftitat f reatmtnt Mrs. Anna Ruedln, 283 Ess Drive, East Alton, Albert Fry, 3601 Coronado, Alton Ortjetla Vroman, Route 1, Beth jk f eeittment Tattiara Oglejrt&J 132 East Third Rdxatia, • v v • . Joseph Lisciandra, Wood River Dismissals Donald David Deadrlck, 279 South Twelfth. Mrs. Nettle C. Dale, Sorento. Mrs. Ella Smith .Route 2, Fosterburg Road, Alton. Albert F. Aldinger, 3514 Abe* deen, Alton. Linda Marie Walls. 229. Walnut Roxana. Mrs. Maureen Crews, 146 South Fourteenth, Larry Eugene Martin, 274 Thirteenth. Orben Eidson, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Eljzabeth M. Batchelder, 420 Lincoln, East Alton. Mrs. Vaneta Thomure, 70 East Acton. Mrs. Myra Fletcher, 360 Jennings. Mrs. Mable Bell, 703 Adams Court, Alton and Infant daughter. Mrs. Esther L. Corfiatis, 166 P^asl Alton avenue, East Alton, and infant son. Mrs. Dorothy Logan and infant son, 346 Thirteenth. St. Joftepft'* Hospital Mcdlcnl Treatment Roy Sleele, 6 East Fifth. Gerald Ray Sheppard, 108 Bond, Kast Alton. Mrs. Lore Lammy, 423 Main, East Alton. Henry Gavin, Stanka lane. Surgical Treatment Anthony Totora, 781 Condit, Wood River. Oliver Eckstein, 602 East Fourth. Andrew Curlovic, 1101 McKinley. Mrs. Hedwig Wollbrink, 1501 North Main, Edwardsville. Clarence Gibson, Rockford. Bonnie Jean Ray, 501 Washington. Forrest J. Bailey, 1338 ] /i East Broadway. Mrs. Leota Harpaugh, Greenville. Thomas E. Lewis, Route 1, Brighton. Mrs. Betty Stratton, 3(fr Spring. Mn. Stella Johnson,. 1723 Maupin. Mr§. Rose Marie Malone, 2408 East Broadway. Mrs. Margaret Dunn, 2928 Werges. PICTURE FRAMING l« Our Bu*ine*c W* male* new framei/nati or will reitor* and repair old framei. BLAND ART SHOP rhnne .1-H7I8. 3825 College ' Mrs. Ora Mary Ashlock, lot Phinney. Mrs. Bertha Ax, Edwardsville. Mrs. Mary Balrd, EdWardsvllIe Mrs. Margaret Becker, Edwards ville. Mrs. Olga Enos and infant son Bethalto. •:•••• Mrs. Annabelle ..iFlalt, Route 1 EdwftrdsVille. : John Fuoco, Route 1, Edwards ville. Miss Cynthia Gaither, 2208 Ho land. Mrs. Mary Gross and infant son Godfrey. Donald Laux, Route 1, Alton. Mrs. Hazel Moore, Western Mil tary Academy. Mrs. Kathryn Scheffel and - in fant daughter, 10 College Crest. Mrs. Mary Lee Stewart 629 Eas Fifth. Mrs. Laura Watson and infan son, 1902 Market. Richard Urz, Belleville. Alton Memorial Hospital Medical Treatment Mrs. Wilma Tomlinson, 232 Brown. James Williams, 2512 Merchant Miss Carol Snyder, 1252 State. George Gilbert,' 512 Marsh. Thedora Tonkinson, 508 Good fellow. Vincent Comerford, 325 Alrlin drive, East Alton. Richard McCutcheon, Dbrchesl er. Surgical Trpntmont Roger Hi'llhduse, Bethalto. Mrs. Jeaneen Harris, 218 Vii ginia, East Alton. • Miss Ada Smalley, 2609 Judson. Clarence Ryan, Algonquin Tei race, Roxana. Mrs. Grace Bromaghin, 1130 Easton. Cletis Mondy, .1203 Edgewood. Mrs. Kathryn Stowell, 840 Wash ington. Mrs. Carrie Tempi eton, Route 1 Alton. Mrs. Mary Nickley, 409 East Third. Mrs. Elizabeth-Johnson, 313 Easi Third. Mrs. Clara Taravella, Route 1 Bethalto, August Conway, 1006 Logan. Lynn Cochran, 3709 Berkeley. Carl Vaughn, 920 Union. . George Gilbert, 512 Marsh. Deborah Miller, 1130 East Seventh. Mrs. Cecil Belcher and infant daughter, 210 Pence, East Alton Mrs. Glendora Davis and infant son, Cottage Hills. Exhibits in the fields of irriga- :ion, soil conservation, afforesta- ion and farm colonization will be velcomed at Israel's "Conquest of he Desert" international exhibi- :ion, to be held in Jerusalem in April -May 1953., PERSONAL HOMEOWNERS- If you own or are buying your home you arc qualified to own an automatic water heater, with the privilege of NO DOWN PAYMENT and terms of approximately $5.00 per month. We offer complete installation service with no charge for elec- trical work if you have 220 volt service. This ends completely rusty water conditions and assures you hot water at all times. TIRED OF COLD WATER? SEE THE NEW FRIGIDAIRE Water Heater IU to W Capacity Frl. 8 • ICEiEi ELECTRIC INSTALLATION WHERE 220 VOLTS ARE IN HOME. HLTDR REFRIDERHflDn Clone Saturday 5:30 Authorized 8»le« »nd -in. CUsi ai CONFERENCE PRESIDENT INSTALLS LOCAL OFFICERS-Mrs. Walter Daley'(right), Belleville, president of the Southern Illinois conference, Woman s Society "of Christian Service, installed local officers at First Methodist Church Thursday afternoon. From left, Mrs. C C. Hanna, Mrs. Lewis Smith, Mrs. Everett DeSherlia, Mrs. Verle Monical, and Mrs. Harold Davidson.—Staff photo. • Carrollton Pair To Observe Date CARROLLTON. — Mr. and. Mrs. Bert Brannan will be guesl.s of honor at a family covered dish luncheon Sunday at their home in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. , . Brannan, son of (he late Mr. and VIrs. Thomas Brannan, and Miss Ruth Hyde, daughter of Mrs. Sarah Kirbach.of this city, were mar- -ied by : the Rev. J. R. Ford, pas- ,oc of the -local Methodist Church; The ceremony took place at the jrlde's Home and the couple were attended by the bride's sister, Mrs. Marvin Tillery, now of White Hall, and the groom,'s brother, Arthur Brannan, of this city. Following their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Brannan made their ipme on a farm near Carrollton and have continued to reside on he farm. They are the parents of our children, Mrs. Mary Lou To- ^er of Carrollton; Miss 1 Lois Brannan of Jacksonville; Miss Margaret Brannan, and Gary Brannan, of Carrollton. They also have Wo grandchildren. To Knlist in Xavy CARROLLTON. -Charles Elmer laddock, who graduated this year vith a BS degree in education from he Western Slate University at formal, has been visiting here for a few days with his father, Harvey •laddock, and Mrs. Haddock, ilad- lock, who is a graduate of the lo- al high" school, is planning to en- ist in the U.S. Navy in the near uture. Piano Recital Planned Sunday At Carrollton CARROLLTON Miss Nit F6rd will present her piano pupil in the first of a series of recital Sunday at 3 the auditorium of the local Baptist Church. Children who will appear 01 the program are: Deannrf Wiles Kenneth Standefer, Bonnie Seeley Janet Blackstone, Diane Farring tori, Ann Cunningham, Eliza'beUi Hyde, Jean Ann Sheets, Barbara Shidle, Janet Griswold, Judy Gris wold, Karon Adcock, Earlom Rives, Marilyn Edwards, Stephen Martin, Judy Martin, Jacque Met calf. Marjorie Sousley, Peggy Pruett Larry Sh'elton, Marjorie Groves Emma Jane Solomon, Kristen Nel Carol Sue Grigg, Charlotte Rose Grigg, Karen Parker, Diane Dav idson, Sarah Martin; Susie Allen Connie Gourley, Mary Lou Mattis ' Koster Karon Judy McCracken, Ray Marsha ^ Journey, , and Dawdy.' Swimming Party CARROLLTON — Members the.,FHA and the FFA Clubs o the Carrolllon High School vvil have a swimming party Sundaj at Nichols Park in Jacksonville A bus will leave from the schoo at 1 p.m. The girls will take lunch and the boys will pay the trans portation costs. Church Note* CARROLLTON — "The Struggle in the Wilderness' Is the theme oi SATURDAY, JUNE 7 FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF AT STONE BROS. FACTORY EXPERT will show you how you can shave closer and cleaner with SHAVEMASTER • INTIRELY NEW SHAPE—Easier-to-handl» • Single TWICI-AS-WIDE Head • Compact, Powerful RIAL Motor Find out for yourself how you can get a faster, closer shave in less time than aay other way. Doubt it? Skip your next shave and visit our store. By special arrange- menu with the manufacturer we will have a Shave* master expert in our store for this demonstration. Set him demonstrate Shavemaster oo all types of beards. PAY AS LITTLE AS $1.00 A WEEK NO INTEREST OR CARRYING CHARGE SHAVIMASTI* OWNIBSI FREE »M»MININt AND OIVIN0 fllVICII Let« factory trained tspert bone your Sbavctnaxer using the exclusive Sun> b*am niioiKJuod, He'll alto oil your «t no cost. AY THE STQNE 8RQS WAV -V. **} TONE BROS I CREDIT JEWELERS " 118 W 3rd St IN ST. 6th fr locust • • 2701 N. Htb St. Samuel David-Nolan Gels Master's Degree Samuel David Nolan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas .Nolan, 1929 Gross street, will be ,gr a d u a led from Southern Illinois University, a t Carbondale, Sunday. He received a degree of bachelor , of science in, December, 1951, and since has completed work on his master's degree as of March 11 of this year. Since that time, he and his wife have resided parents. in Alton with his the sermon to be given Sunday morning by the Rev. Elmer L. Setterlund at the worship service in the Presbyterian Church. The Children's Day program scheduled for Sunday has been postponed until June 22. The Rev. Laurel ,T. Grigg will speak on "The Depth of Faith" at the morning worship service Sunday in the Baptist Church. The Sunday evening service will be held at 7:30 p.m. at which time the Rev. Grigg will speak on the Brighton Area CofC in Meet Reports ffoitt Various CommittffCR Given BRIGHTON. - The Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce held a dinner meeting Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian Parish HOUSP. Paul L. .Varnrr, president, conducted thn brief business session at which reports were heard from various committee chairmen. W. G. Strohbock of the membership committee, introduced as a now member, the Rev. Kenneth G. Bower. He also distributed membership cards for members to display in their place of business. B. H. Scheffel, of the retail committee, reported favorably on sales days, which were held in May. Ho also stated his committee was attempting to establish uniform closing hours houses. for Brighton business The Industrial Development committee, headed 'by A. J. McBride, said they wore continuing their, efforts to locate- a small industry In the village. Two inquiries received during the past month had been investigated, It was voted to .have the word "Brighton" painted on the water storage where it. will be visible for several miles from south and west. The Solicitations committee,'' of which A. A. MoohltJ is chairman, are planning to distribute cards to every householder in Brighton reminding them of the importance to ask all salesmen, or solicitors, to register with the Chamber of Com- Following the business session, the group was entertained by the Four Sharps, Clarence Bachelor, Dehham Franklin,' Leo Jun, and Carl Rosa, a quartet from the Alton BArbershoppers chorus, who sang a number of songs. They were introduced by B. F. Towse. The dinner was prepared and served by members of the Daughters of Ruth class of the Presbyterian Sunday school. Children's Day Program Sunday BRIGHTON — In observance of Children's Day Sunday morning at the Presbyterian Church, there will be a Sunday school session :rom 9 to 9:30 a.m. .after which :here will be. a combined service "rom 9:30 to 10:30 a:m., which will take the place of the regular morning > worship. All • classes through the junior department will participate. The theme of the service is "We Would See Jesus." Parents especially are invited to attend. topic, "Facing Up to Life's Demands." Brighton Telephone Com Plans SpedatM®et BttlQHTON - Members Of tHe Brighton Telephone company have scheduled a meeting Saturday at 2136 p.m. at tHe village hall. Re* ports on work done hi connection with the survey rilade for the purpose of securing an REA loan to install made. a new dial system will be Everyone interested In this, project is urged to attend this special meeting. Hlhlo School To Open Monday . BRIGHTON — A unloh vacation Bible school will, be conducted by the three from June Protestant 9 through churches June. 20. School hours will be from 9 to 11:30 a.m. ...•'-The nursery and beginners departments will meet at the Presbyterian Parish house, in charge of Mrs. Guy Northcutt and Mrs. Clayton Landon. The' primary department will meet, in Wesley Center in charge of Mrs. W. D. Bates nnd the junior and intermediates will meet in the . Evangelical Church, with Mrs. Carson Oberlander in charge of the juniors. More help Is needed to conduct the school and volunteers will be welcomed. . Brighton Notes BRIGHTON —' Mrs. Delmar Unverzagt and Mrs. John Hauler attended a Stanley party Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Otto Bubs in Woodburn. Mr. and Mrs. Lefoy Rogers have returned from" a visit with relatives at Liberty. Their son, Tommy remained' to spend the .slimmer *vi(Ji his uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin ot Houston, . Texas, were overnight ...uests of Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Zlegenbein Martin Mason. . , Mrs. Allen Jones, and -infdnt son was on Thursday. Mrs. the former '; Hazel ««•* £•» iy neturtied ..„_...,.__, ing. Mr. iffltf Mrs; Wife* k- leeted the; Mitie, fidget .Q for the baby, Xvho'wai bbrft 29 at St. J^ph't-ttd^pR couple have a daughter*,, Renee. ' -'•• , «•• Mrs. Homer Jookfsh/Mfsi Johft Down an'd Mrs. W* D. Batel at- 1 tended the Associate Matron's party, Order of Eastern Star, held Tuesday night at Jerseyvllle,, Mr. and Mrs. Edwtfrd Ready and daughter 1 Of Los Angeles, Calif., are visiting with Ms .brother and family, Mr. and Mrs, 'Harry H, Ready. Miss Phdebe Andrews,, who is on the staff at the Settlement School at Hyndman, Ky., 'has arrived to spend the summer at her country home north of town. Cottage Hills Home •-, , Damaged By, Fire COTTAGE HILLS - Fire caused heavy damage to the 4-room house of Delmar Vincent, in> the 1200- block of Stanley road, • Thursday afternoon. No one Was at home when the 'fire broke out,', and the flames gained a start before discovery, The roof was falling lit when cottage Hills firemen reached the scene. Telegraph Want Ads "Click" DOODlf Th* Miracle •** CATCH MORE FIS , WITH DOODLE OIL' j - • Joi Brandt Hdwi. 718 BAST BROAttWAV FISHERMEN! Tak« Your Vacation in Jun* When tht Flth Roily Bite. 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