Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 25, 1956 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, October 25, 1956
Page 10
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1956 FOR 500 HOURS SERVICE — Mrs. Theodore Marth Of Cottage Hills receives award from Dr. Abraham Simon during citation ceremonies for volunteer work at Alton Stale Hospital.—Photo by Morton. PLAQUE MAY HONOR WOMAN'S COURAGE The for a name for a female cub born to tliR lioness at the local zoo. A 'lion-hearted cmiragf" of I woman suggested the name a native African woman may be c>rtn ' dr ' wllich wpms to bc a commemorated by a plaque on the lion't cage at the East London, South Africa, 7.00. Gertrude is the Christian name o( the 60-year-old woman who braved tbe flames in a burning house to rescue a European child. Shortly thereafter the city council invited suggestJons popular choier. The United States has about nine million skilled workers and technicians. Mexico used 350,000 hales of cotton in 1953 and 420,000 bales in 1955. We Carry The Torch For A magnificent $uede-and-ealf combination... equally lovely in deep rich brown. CORKETTE SIDE-SWEEP 99 • Vicuna • Cream Puff • London Grey • Red look* to elegont... looks «o •xpenslve. l»'i »oft, velvety corketfe ... priced to please. Feminine Touches On Your Little DRESS-UP So very low ... so very soft. . . and so very smart, tool All this l» yours in the perfect shoe for "pretty special" occasions! CalliouiiMeii Injured In Auto Crash .tKRSKYVII,!..]•;. — Three residents of C'alhoun county ucre brought to the .Jersey Community Hospital Tuesday evening suffering from injuries received in an automobile accident at the junction of Rl. 11! and Rt. KM). Brought to the hospital were Charles Chester Sconce, James Little and Larrv Churchman of Hamburg. The accident occurred when! the cur driven by Sconce went out of control at the intersection of tbe two highways and ran into an embankment. Chmri.mnn and Little were. 1 passengers. They suffered injuries luit were released from the hospital after receiving treatment. Sconce suffered serious injuries and was unconscious when removed from the vvreck- aue of the car and upon his arrival at the local hospital, lie- ports from the hospital Wednesday said Sconce was still tin- conscious. Rutger Peters Jr., of the liar- din vicinity, state police officer, was called to the scene of the accident and handled traffic. Maryland Visitors JERSEYV1LLE — Mrs. C. G. Reddish was hostess at a family dinner Saturday evening a I hei home in Oakwood Place, entertaining in honor of Mrs. George Brent Merrick of tipper Marlboro. Md., rind Miss Betty Baker of Forestville. Md.. who are guests of Mrs. Merrick's son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. James K. White. Miss Baker is a cousin of Mis. White. Guests in addition to the hon- orors, wereP Mrs. A. M. Wiles, Mi. and Mrs. Paul \V. Reddish and daughter, Janet, Mrs. J. Irving White, Mr. and Mrs. Charles White and family, Mr, and Mrs. James E. While, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fulkerson, Mrs. Elnora Meek-, Gilbert Pritchett, Miss Charlotte Pritchett, of Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Pritchett and sons, David, Gordon ! and Terry, of Bethalto. i Alii* Zi-rbj Feted ; JKRSEYVILLE*- - Miss Phil- j Us Ann Xerby who will be a (November bride, was feted at a miscellaneous shouer given at tbe Holy Ghost Parish Hall in Jersoyville Sunday by her aunt, Mr:;. Robert Albrecht and her cousin, Miss Shirley Beierniann. Miss Zeiby's marriage to Frederick William Krueger of Fieldon will lake place Nov. IS. Tbe gifts were arranged on a table decorated vvitb pink and white and centered by a wed- Bunker Hill Club To Form Chorus sale, Saturday in the Behrriis Building, starting at 10 a. m. It was voted to have the f-on- stitulion and by-laws of the club revised and to present each member a copy. One new mem- BUNKER HILL — The 20th | ber, Mrs. Robert Klincteltfi', was Century Club met Tuesday eve-1 voted into the club, ning at. the home of Mrs. O. C. I Members ot the club plant Weidner. Miss Becky Wrest and | ( orm a , h ol us nn( \ w j|i f \, }? , at Mrs. H. ,T. Wise were the assist-1 vnrious local meetings. iiiK hostesses. Hostesses for the November The Club will have a food ding bell. Bingo was played and prizes uere awarded to Mrs. Ed Vahle, i\1rs. Helen Bauer, Mrs. Nellie Dunham, Mrs. Walter Beierniann. Mrs. Barbara Schafer, Mrs. Nancy Springmnn, Mrs. William Thirl, Mrs. Klmer Green and 4\liss Melba Noble. meeting will be Mrs. Malvern Allen, Mrs. George Ash. and Mrs. Jack Ashcraft. On 1'TA rrosrnm BUNKER MIL), Miss Charlyne Koch, band director, look several band students to the Woodburn PTA meeting Tuesday evening and they took port in the program. Students parti* r ! pating were: Saxophone Quartet, composed of Carlene Brenker. Gene Weidner. Donna Duelm, and Carol Alderson; Brass Quar- let. composed of Merle Wadsworth, Jackie Moulton. Pat Keller and Ronald Morris; a sax- ojjhone and cornet duel, Margaret and Jimmy Stevenson. 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