Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 31, 1956 · Page 26
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TWENTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31,1938 Hospital Notes St. MEDICAL Floyd Kowlln, 505 Lincoln East Alton John B. Gobble, 941 Douglas Mfs. Lizzie Albcrs .Bcthalto Dock Brown, 2350 Lincoln Mrs. Alice Etta Bryant, Godfrey, JU. 2 Mrs. Erma Bess, Franklin Rd. JEdwardsvillp Pavu Cogan, 825 Fountain Edw&rd Fcssler, 657 E. Broadway simoicAi, 225 Pence. Wood Meal Martin River Delmar E. Sales, 427 E. Eighth Fred R, Goodwin. 2331 W. Thirteenth Ronald Pprry, 306 Wrst 13th Othello Perry, 213 \V. Sixteenth Miss Gail Lando, Rt. 4, EcJ- wardsville Arthur Wucllner. Fairmoiint Addition Cloyd Mcapory, 3417 Yost DISMISSALS Nicholas Kaeser, 714 E. Fifth Mrs, Vernfce Jung, 248 Hickory, Ed wards ville Mrs. Barbara Bott, 509 E. Seventh Mrs. Ramona Hopper. 611 Clay Mrs. Nnncy Graham, 3213 Hawthorne Mrs. Norma J. Porter, Roxana Frank Glmlin, Rt. 1, Grafton Mrs. Mabel Montgomery, 223 Acton, Wood River Mrs. Mary Lowe, Rt. 2, Stanka Lane, Godfrey Mrs. Luke Cope, Grafton James Ray, East Alton Mrs. Perrantha Davison, 2501 Delia Mrs. Grace Broz, 9.13 E. Seventh Ramon WrlRht, Rt. 1, Bethalto Matthews Wells, 2513 Krum Gary Spurgeon, 2926 Watalce Gerry Sprugeon, 2926 Watalee Robert Aldridge, 400 E. Washington Ave., East Alton Mrs. BeH Cantrell, 409 E. Eighth William Hair, 709 Third, East Alton Miss Rosemary Huntsman, Missouri Miss Joyce A. Sitze, 108 Victory Dr., East Alton George Lafikes, 701 Washington Mrs. Sue Springman 844 McPherson Mrs. Virginia Baahlmann, 3891 Coronado John Costello 525 E. Fourth Alton Memorial MEDICAL Cathy Lynn Weinrich, 1205 Fairway Sandra Lageman, Strong Nancy Elizabeth Walker, 2003 Ridge Ronald Bartels, Bunker Hill Mrs. Effie Vance, 2825 Aberdeen Mr. Arthur Bryden, 1012 E. Fourth Patricia Groves, 3111 Brown Mary Ella Hayes, 1217 Clawson Mrs. Elizabeth Silk, 823 Douglas. SURGICAL Herschel Weese, Hartford Floyd Carlilla, Granite City Mrs. Anna B. Hartley, Cottage Hills Clifford White, Jerseyville David Horn, 2726 Bostwick Leland Pollard, Rt. 1, Bethalto DISCHARGES Andrea File, Gillespie Edwin Leon Weller. Rt. 2, Fieldon Rebecca Sue Lawrence, 136 Haller Dr., East Alton Robert Wayne Talley, 500 Condit Todd Friedman, 1605 Jersey Mrs.Alta Vaughn, 737 Humboldt Wesley Temple, 1910 Main Adolph .Youngblood, 317 Dry Mrs. Mary Meyer, Bunker Hill Willard McKean, Bethalto Mrs. Agnes Coffler, Rt. 1, Alton Mrs. Sadie Abel,803 Milton Rd. Willis Rister, 508 Williams Mrs. Shirley Pope, 308 Jefferson Miss Belle Bergmann, Rt. 2, Plalnview Mrs. Vivian Scoggins, 2629 Plainview Charles Scoggins, Box 68, Alton Mrs. Dorothy Murray, 3421 Gillham Mrs, Shirley Byrd, Cottage Hills Mrs. Marguerite Brown, 1027 Diamond Mrs. Cherie Kusmanoff, 222 Jennings, Wood River Mrs. Patricia Purcell, 1326 Main Mrs. Arllen Schmelzel, 2131 Dunnegan Mrs. Boss Beckham, 606 Porter Jersey Community MKIHCAL Forrest Peterson, Ilardin. Orlando Vetter, Kampsvillo. Kay Lawlcr, Fieldon. Louis L. Davis, Jepseyville Mrs, l\ay Si-ars, Jerseyville. Mrs. May Gibson, Ilardin. John Wock, Jerseyville. Mrs. John Kanallakun, Fieldon. Mrs. Walter Moore, Hunker Hill Mrs. Lucy Elliott, Fieldon Mrs. Win. Kinsey. Jmeyville. Mrs. John Mooneyhun, Kune Carl Hayn, Kampsville. Mrs. Stuart Yoeom, Fieldon. Mrs. Roger Kanaliakan, Jerseyville. Mrs. Thomas Wornack, Jersev- vllle. ' KL'ItCIJCAl, Rodney Dilks, Jerseyville. Jeannie Gray, Jerseyville. DJSAII.S.SAIJj John Wock, Jerseyville. Mrs. Thos. Womack, Jerscyvlllc Mrs. Win. Kinsey, .Tcrseyville William Rlchey. Hardin. Mrs. Barney Froshour, Jersey- vlllc. Mr*. P. Bcckwith, Fieldon. Ronald Reiner, Jerseyville. Mr*, Clara Fischer, Hamburg. Mrs. Ronald Legute, Alton. Catherine Sprong, Hardin. Frank Roehl, Hamburg. Mfg. Robt, Tonsor, Jerseyville. Jeftrev; Button, Jerseyville. Mr*, Virgil Braqk*, Jerseyviiie, Wood Rh-rr Township MBDtCAt- William O. McMillinn Jr., 263 Madison. Khirlpy Kay AllshousP. 15S Park. Ronald K. Aucr, Godfrey. Mrs. Hurblp E. Bruce, 803 Fifth, East Alton. StJROlCAL Dole Dorris. Cottage Hills. Mrs. Norma Jean Wionoke, 952 \Vhitrlnw. .Tutlith Copoland, Cottnpe Hills. Danny Barnes, 3715 Coronado, Alton. Edward R. Williams, Hartford. DISMISSALS Mrs. Clara J. Kelly, Godfrey. Mrs. Sydney Murphy, Granite City. Jumps DtiRger, 201 St. Louis Rd. Charlos F. Womack, 405 Job, Knst Altcn. Cynthin L. Cridcr, Bethnlto. Mrs. Alirp Mohundro, 140 Pence, Knst Alton. Rurnpy Coilipr, South Roxana. Victor Bnnswpll, 139 East Alton Ave., Enst Alton. Mrs. Elsio Ovprton, Hartford. Prairietown PRAIRIETOWN — The Lutheran grade school basketball ( teams defeated Wordon Monday, night at Wordon 24-16 and 16-13. Mr. and Mrs. Engelkc and Mr. and Mrs. Ewalt Goebcl attended church services at Concordia Lutheran Church in St. l^ouis Sundny and then were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hcnkc in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Wnlter Schcrff and grandson, Dannie of Wood River; Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Kraner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dustman of Prairietown; Arlene McReynolds and Harry Kirby of Wood River, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kraner Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stegememeri Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eilert, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Steiglitz and son, Robert, and daughter, Mrgic, of Bethalto; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goebel and son, Don, of Meadowbrook; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Goebel and sons, Charles and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weishaupt and Mr. and Mrs. William Frillman were entertained at a pinochle party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goebel Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Goebel's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Moritz of Hamej; Mr. and Mrs. Wait" er Schumacher of Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rideout of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Eric Steinbruck and son, Gregory of Wood River; Mrs. Julia Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dub- bclde, Mr. nd Mrs. Alfred Dustman, Mrs. Emma Schumacher and daughter, Eleanora and Doris Meyer were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Edward Meyer Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Meyer's birthday. 100 Attend! Halloween Party At Foster Baptist FOSTERBURG Approximately 100 persons attended the masquerade party sponsored by the Senior BYPU nnd the Bpr- ean Sunday School class at the Baptisi Church Tuesday evening. Costumes wero judged and prizes given to Stephen Bierbaum in the children's division and A. J. Bornhnrd, Mrs. John Hall, and Mrs. Michael Redd in Hie adult class. Games were led by Marion Paul. Refreshments were sreved by a committee of young people including Esther Harris, chnir- man, Joyce Harris, Donna Musgrnvt 1 , and Nina Lee Gabriel. 4-H Club Klects Officer* FOSTERRURG The Agricultural 4-H Club held its annual election of officers Monday eve- ning. Those elected wfre president, David Schaefcr; vice president, Bobby Hp'.lrung; secretary and reporter, Delores Cnth- erall; treasurer, Terry Schaefer: federation delegates, David Srhaefer and Hallene Catherall; recreation chairman, Jimmy Scheuler: historian, Beverly Bernhard; refreshment commil- tei chairman, Phyllis Paul and hospitality committee, A 1 v i n Gvillo and Jerry Paul. Sixteen members of the club toured Purina Farms at Grays Summit, Mo., Saturday. They were accompanied by their leader Harold Paul, Mr. anri Mrs. Henrv Schaefer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cathoral). Francis Karr To Speak Bethalto C. of C Dinner Meeting Set Thursday Night Regular passenger trains now run on the new line along the Limpopo River between Bula- wayo and Lourenco Marques in Southeastern Africa. Crude oil output in Venezuela recently hit a new high at 2472,000 barrels a day. HELP ELECT Dick H. Mudge, Jr. Democratic Candidate for State's Attorney The ONLY candidate in the history of Madison County who will make public HIS INCOME if elected State's Attorney. On January 9, 1956, he wrote the following letter to tho Editor-Publisher of the Sranite City Presi Record. "Mr. C. E. Tovvnsend, Granite City Press Record, Granite City, Illinois. January 9, 1956 "Dear Mr. Townsend, This letter is in reference to our conversation of a week or so ago during which you suggested that certain public officials should be willing to make public their income tax returns. As I told you at that time I have no objection to showing to you and to any persons you may suggest my income tax returns for the years I am in office if I am elected State's Attorney of Madison County. Whether I have your support or not I will show my income tax returns, and although I know they will contain nothing of a newsworthy nature, you may publish them if you see fit. 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His talk will concern tho activities of both the Alton and Be- thalto organizations. There will b^ a short business meeting with committee reports being made by James Ravenelli, chairman of better business eth- irs and solicitations, and Mrs. Lela Depew, chairman of the retail committee. Other reports will be given by Rev. E. J. Kolb, chairman on the Halloween committee and C. D. McDaniels, chairman of the Christmas decorations. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Christian Science Lecture Friday At Elsah Church EXT?* ELSAH.—A free public lecture on Christian Science entitled. "Christian Science: Its Constructive Mission," will be presented by Gporge Channing, C.S.B., of San Francisco,' Calif., at First Church of Christ, Scientist, Elsah, Friday at 8 p.m. Channing Is a member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass. Channing is a graduate of Brown University and studied law at Yale. 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