Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 22, 1956 · Page 20
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PAGE TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1958 CAPT. FRED W. ARMSTRONG, formerly of Alton, receives a large piece of fresh chocolate cake from Mrs. Armstrong, who was second prize winner in the U. S. Lady magazine essay contest "Why We Are Making a Career of the Service." She is the first Army wife to win a prize iai the new contest.—U. S. Army Photo. Wife of Former Altonian Winner In Army Contest Mrs. Fred Armstrong, winner in a new Army contest, has been a service wife since Capt. Armstrong was recalled to active duty in 1952, at Ft. Huachuca, Ariz., where he was based with an engineer aviation battalion. In 1953, Mrs. Armstrong joined her husband at Ft. Richardson, near Anchorage, Alaska. While in Alaska and vicinity they had some unusual experiences. They witnessed a fall of volcanic Hospital Motes ash from an eruption 90 miles away, which darkened the day hours; one Christmas the oil burner stove clogged, cutting off heat and filling the house with smoke, with temperatures 40 degrees be> low zero. In contrast, Mrs. Armstrong relates in her article the scenic beauty, seeing wildlife o many kinds, eating moose, caribou and bear meat, as well as spruce hen, near the Alaskan base. They once lived at Wildwood Station, on Kenai Peninsula, a small fishing village, occupied at the time by the Russians. There were only three permanent buildings on the island, including a Russian Orthodox Church and wooden slab barracks. Here, too, they experienced a "frightening" earthquake. The captain and his wife now are stationed at Camp Wolters, near Mineral Wells, Tex. Medora MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes spent Sunday in Springfield at the home of Mrs. L. C. Haynes. Mrs. .Nellie Warner visited Friday at the home of her daughter Mrs. George Embley. Miss Lillian Wood was home from Decatur for the weekend, helping her mother to get moved to the residence property, she recently bought from Virgil Pruitt Sr. Mrs. C. F. Sanders and daughter, Miss Melnotte Sanders, Car- were guests Friday of Mr. 1 and Mrs. George Sanders. Mrs. Gene Chism visited with her mother, Mrs. Howard Plogger, at Greenfield Friday. Mrs. E. T. Rhodes, accompanied by her brother and sister- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carr of Brighton, spent Thursday in Alton with Mr. and Mrs. William Wooff and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Chandler were supper guests Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ear] Chandler and visited with Claude Carreger, of Alhambra, Calif., a guest in the home. - Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jaynes had as supper guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hackney, Plainview; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simmermaker, and Mrs. PMith McVey, Alton; Mrs. Neil Patterson, Chesterfield. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Mrs. Bess Beckman, 606 Porter Mrs. Laura Hanes, Godfrey William Smith, Hartford Paula Kessinger, 2822 Viewland Miss Mary Stamm, 1019 Garden Dr. Ray Ward, 1604 State Daniel Busey, Carrollton Mrs. Willa Jenkins, 209 Dorris Robert McAnich, 2620 North Rodgers. SURGICAL Morris Long, Hardin Mrs. Twila Hanfelder, South Rbx- ana Mary Frances Pruett, 607 Leonard Richard Moore, 3324 Brown Mrs. Clarabel Harris, 838 Rice, Wood River Dale Allen, 3605 Franor Mrs. Vivian Scoggins, 2629 Plainview Arlie Ray Grills, 1228 East Fourth Linda Wilson, Godfrey Mrs. Minnie Parrott, 304 Wood River Ave., East Alton Larry Nicholson, No. 4 Knoll Dr. Elvin Pruett, Bethalto Dorine Doyle Foote, Wayne City DISMISSALS Dennie Lee Fahrig, West Alton, Mo. Michael Parkes, Godfrey Mrs. Dorothy Nesler, 222 Jennings, Wood River Mrs Mary Lou Turner, Cottage Hills Mrs. Juanita Bigham, 908 East Fifth James Durham, 1716 Scovell Mrs. Dorothy Hardesty, Bethalto Mrs. Nellie Skelton, 704 Adams Mrs. Emma Warth, Hartford Mrs. Margaret Burgess, Bethalto Hrs. Harrison Steinrauf, East Alton Mrs. Ha Austin, 1005 State Mrs. Jean Opel, Worden Mrs. Norma Waggoner, 3062 Alby Mrs. Betty Jane Pivoda, Route 2, Godfrey Gustave Traband, Wood River Wesley Lucking, Wood River Earl Bradley Hazelwonder, 1814 Sycamore Antonette Patsaros, Route 2, Godfrey Mary Chandler, Brighton Fred Ordeman, 1204 Logan Mrs. Nellie DeBow, 1015 Wilkinson Mrs. Peggy Nugent, Graf ton Wood River Township MEDICAL James T. Rose, 614 First Mrs.- Zeima M. O'Brien, Bunker Hill Frank Lisciandra, Lincoln Addition Virtioe N. Via, 415 Monroe, East Alton Mrs. Kathryn E. Fairless, 612 George Donna Lee Pratt, Route 2, Godfrey Richard Lee Coates, Hartford Randal Wayne Duff, Route 1, Edwardsville, Feel Achy With Cold? How-Get Faster, Deeper Comfort Rub on modern-formula Musterole. Contains amazing pain reliever GM-7 (glycol monosalicylate) plui stimulating oil at mustard to •peed deeper, warming "baked beat" comfort to soothe aches, •ore muMle pain, ease local congestion. Vapors from chest open •tuffy nose. Regular. Extra Strong, Child'! Mild. Stainless. Save on large tube*. Get Muaterole now) H. P. Morgan, Md., 72 East Acton SURGICAL Larry Michael Cridcr, 283 South Thirteenth DISMISSALS Orville White, 301 Cobtf, East Alton Mrs. Mari Eich, South Roxana Paula Jo Johnson, 517 North Brushy Grove Mrs. Mildred L. Reneau, 97 West Beach Wayne E. Ridenhower, 3816 Horn, Alton Mrs. Verda M. Treese, 2224 Alby, Alton Gaetono Ceppcnati, Route 1, Bethalto Mrs. Emma Campbell, 827 Chouteau, Alton Mrs. Rose I. Earney, Cottage Hills Arthur R. Snodgrass, Route 1, Bethalto Mrs. Jesse Mae Cross, Route 1, Alton Mrs. Sarah M. Jones, Hartford OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9 P. M. 1 PRICE! /*fe SALE! 393 Pfllrj of Ladies' Dress Shoes. Direct from the Factory. Values to $6.00 $2.99 $g.9S Shoet only $4.95, Hundreds of Pairs ,&^fmm^^*m*v*iimiimmmmm**m*rm—m T. . .'-. i John L. Kclley, 311 East Dr., East Alton Mrs. Rebal McChee, 916 Penning James F. Hawkins, Cottage Hills Pamela Napoli, 91 West Beach Truman W. Horton, 260 East Acton Mrs. Roberta C. McGuire, 307 East Dr., East Alton Mrs. Alice K. Braden, 320 West Main, East Alton Mrs. Agnes B. Elliott, 1015 Elliott, Alton Michael James Ventress, 2305a Judson, Alton Mrs. Frieda M. Johnson Route 1, Alton Mrs. Helen L. Hertter, South Roxana St. Joseph's MEDICAL, Mai Mook, 2038 Alby Harry Myer, 701 Henry Miss Debra Moore, 2200 Holland Thomas Hensen, R R 1, Batchtown Floyd Earl, 1201 Hazel Mrs. Julia Hutchins, 2025 Washington Mrs. Roy Mathis, 319 Harriett Mrs. Wilma Gaither, 216 Twelfth, Wood River Mrs. Emily Kleinschnettger, R.R. 1, Godfrey Mrs. Geneva Baird, 1222 State James Matlock, R.R. 1, Godfrey Daniel Jones, 87 Bert, East Alton Joseph Huber, R.R. 1, Bethalto Miss Sadie Maze, 1203 East 4th Edward Williams, 1818 Ervay August H. Spehlke, 42 Circle Dr., Edwardsville Jasper Cooper, 208 Washington, East Alton Warren Scoggins, 231 Madison Samuel D. Talkington, Route 1, Bethalto Mrs. Mabel Mather. 2348 Virden Davis J. Starkey, Route 1, Jerseyville Mrs. Georgia Veeck, Route 1, Alton Mrs. Mary-M. Sharp, Gillespie SURGICAL Mrs. Lillian Craig, 2325 Mound Mrs. Beatrice Machens, Portage de Sioux, Mo. Earl McCoy, 712 Fifth, East Alton Donald Steingruvey, 716 Clawson Frank N. Howard, Alby St. Road, R.R. 1, Godfrey Miss Luella Noles, 1205 Logan Mrs. Louise Lee, 609 Mather Mrs. Eileen H. Zipprich, 35 East Delmar Jack'A. Hoffman, 3400 Bloomer DISMISSALS Earl Evans, 2424 Henderson Betty Ann Dannenbrink, 509 Washington Miss Marcia Bechtold, Dow Earlene Ballew, South Roxana George Ballew, South Roxana Timothy Ballew, South Roxana Miss Mary Helen Koehan, 551 McHugh, Wood River Mrs. Julia Hutchins, 2025 Washington Mrs. lone Schmidt, 1403 Spaulding Mrs. Martha Hartnett, 1223 Central Mrs. Reba Bott. Brighton Mrs. Lucia Molloy, 3700 Berkeley Mrs, Laura McPherson, Benton, Mo. Miss Kathryn Novitskie, 2408 Henderson Miss Donna May Moore, 416 Church Miss Huella Frazier, 2620 Clawson Jerry Kovarik, 718 Mead, Edwardsville Mstr. David Albers, 2923 Werges Miss Judy Burgoyne, 1721 Rodgers Miss Georgia Farlow, South Roxana. Jarnes Fitzgibbons, Jerseyville Melvin Hicks, 211 Vine Mrs. Georgia Highlander, Rox ana Mrs. Anna Luksan, Route 4, Edwardsville Mrs, Selma McFern, 1914 Belle Miss Ann McLaughlin, 410 Belleview Mrs. Betty Main, Grafton James Muthias, Hartford Mrs. Helen Mester, 824 Oakdale Dr., East Alton Othello Perry, 213 West 16th Llnxa Platt, Benton Arbor, Mich Joseph L. Rogers, 3716 Coronmio Mrs. Virginia Skelton, 169 Goulding, East Alton Mrs.' Marian Smith, 212 Gerson Mrs. Martha Stassi, 209 S. Main, Wood River Mrs. Hattie Sullivan, 320 Mcln erney Mrs. Mary Van Hoy, 838 Tennison, Wood River Mrs. Virginia Wegener, 1005 Me Pherson Everett Boggess, 1002 Herbert Henry Lee, 1115 Belle Dock Henderson 915 Rock Jersey Community MKDICAL Mrs. Virgil Brooks, Jerseyvillo Organizations At Fosterburg Have Hayride, Parties FOSTERBURG — A group of young people from the Baptist Senior BYPU had a hayride and wiener ronst Friday evening. They met at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Lowis Hunt and were driven by Fred Hunt, a member of the group to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Titchenal for [he wiener roast and back to 1he Hunt farm where they disbanded. They wore accompanied by their paslor, the Rev. Gporge Bruce. The same evening an older roup from the Presbyterian Church here also had a hnyride. About 21 members of the adult Sunday school class, accompan- ori by the pastor nnd his wife, the Rev. and Mrs. M. R. Schullz. rode from the church to the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cathorall, where they had a wiener roast. The group was driven by Dennie Davis. Baptismal Service FOSTERBURG — A baptismal service was held during the Sunday evening service at the Bap- jst Church here. Those who received tho saera- nent were Mrs. William D. Loftis, Mrs. John Hale, and five young girls, Beverly Bernhard, oyce Univerzagt, Joy Ann Scheurer, Karen Musgrave, and Carol Miller. The Rev. George Bruce, pastor, gave a short talk preceding the baptism, then performed the ceremony. Dudley Bierbaum sang a solo and Glen Voumard led a special song service. Fosfprburg Notes FOSTERBURG—A group from Fosterburg attended the golden wedding anniversary open house at Greenville Sunday afternoon of relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Young. Those attending from here were Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Gvillo, Mrs. Lulu Gvillo, Mrs. Matt Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gvillo, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Titchenal, and Mrs. Leona Paul. Mrs. Lela Karris and family, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Vaughn and daughters, and David Golike were Sunday dinner guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Golike Jr., at Medora Sunday. Barbara Vaughn, daughter of the Rev.... and Mrs. Robert Vaughn, who reside in Bunker Hill while on furlough from French Equatorial Africa, spent Friday and Saturday as the guest of her cousin, Ann Harris. The American Bible Society distributed 3,540,770 volumes of Scripture in Latin America in 1955. 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