Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1958 · Page 20
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l*A<ift TWENTY ALTON EVENING MOW)A¥ ( JULY 14196* Hospital IVote* Mrs, Lula Decker, Rt 1, Godfrey William fteteher.422 Belle Jefftty.Narup, 3610 wicken- tittne'r Mr*. Mallte Paine, 1235 Clawson Mrs. Mary Little, 3409 Milton Dr. Timothy Koehanski, 114 McGuan Mrs. Anna Kite. 739 Market Moore, West Alton, Mo. Mrs. Lorftlne Stephens, Berkeley, Mo. Mrs. Maude Young, 3? Prontenac P1 M Godfrey Mrs. Helen Leadr, 1116 Central Robert Garner, 552 North Ninth, Wood River David Borner, 2015 Chapln Pi. Clifford Lyerla. Rt. 1, Godfrey Mrs. Gladys Riddle, 719 Adams Court/ Sam Cerentano, 603 Liberty Mrs. Vera Gray, 1202 Belle George Tharp, 620 Halloran, Wood River Mrs. Eva Hand, 2817 Sunnyside Gary Fisher, 1522 Spaulding Ave. Miss Bonita Maguire, 1102 Douglas at SURGICAL Richard Weule, 275 South Central, Wood River Mrs. Elizabeth Meyer, Edwards* ville Dan Dlllard, 204 South Pence, East Alton Floyd Lamm, Bethalto Mrs. Millie Glass, Edwardsvllle Norman Miller, Ramsey Clyde Meyers, West Alton, Mo. Mrs. Lilliam Berry, 12 Crestwood Dr. Arthur Stawisyski, Rt 1, Godfrey Mrs. Lorraine Hampton, 212 Dooley- Mrs. Esfella Brewer, 4055 Alby Roy Rice, 204 Francis, Gillespie Guy DeSalvey, Jerseyville Bradley Reed, 143 East Third, Roxana DISMISSALS Mrs. Betty Errandi, 633 Edlam, Wood River Mrs. Joanna Ontis, 214 E. Fifth, East Alton Miss Susan Strich, 426 Dulaney, . Wood River Mrs. Barbara Robins, 427 Lin' coin, East Alton Mrs. Helen Hoffman, 541 West ' Sixth Mrs. Freda Johnson, 315 Carroll Andrew Miller, 332 Bender, East -Alton Mrs. Emily Simon, 826 Brown Mrs. Eileen Robinson, Brighton Mrs. Barbara Hoffstettac, 258 •"" Ferguson, Wood River Essculel Jr Torrez, St Louis Mrs. Myrtle Gillian, 2411 Amelia Mrs. Amelia Gissal, 703 State Mrs. Audra AWh, 720 Euclid Ralph Woodson, 410 Spring Robert Dempsey.^Rt 1, Alton William Chancellor, 1524 Market Miss Helen Lowrey, 1710 Maupin Roger Rdmanio,\ Roxana Paul McCollum, Cottage Hills .Marlon Stowicki, 1222 Rodemeyer , Mrs. Myrtle Gerard, 2116 State, Mrs. Rosemary Murphy, 3501 Glenn Dr. t Mrs. Eileen Dooley, 1001 Union Mrs. Ruth Markovitch. 120 E. Penning Wood River Mrs. Freda. Setter, 614 Spring Earl Robinson, 3707 Horn Ralph' Strain,, CoUlnsville Gary Fisher; 1522 Spaulding Mrs. Bonnie Carter, 51 Sullivan 'Mrs. Medora Johnson, 1918 Piasa Mrs. Louise Demorast, 613 North i NJnth Savio LaRosa, Staunton Alfred Kolb, Rt. 2, Brighton Miss Harriet Callahan, Alton Andrew Manescalo, 306 Mcdure Mrs. Nancy Booher, 323 East Penning, Wood! River • Mrs. Jo Ann' Rlttenhouse, 11 E. . Delmar j > ' , Mrs. Veld* Cumndngs, Hartford Mrs. Elizabeth Shake, "223 Chessen, Wood River Mrs. Marjorle Colburn, 821 Alby William McCann, 477 Fairview, East Alton I East Alton Frank & Dlllender, 275 Lorena Richard Allen Grlgg, Rt. 1, Bast Alton Mrs. Helen B. Isenberg, 22914 South Pence, East Alton Reno Stefani, Bethalto Mrs. Ann Harlan, 613 Monroe, East Alton Charles L. Llpe, 1472 William StlBOlCAL Mrs. Anna Fulp. 401 North Sixth Mrs. Nancy F. Landreth, 55 Harnett Larry W. Shoemaker Sr., Rt. 1, East Alton Mrs. Patsy Lou Davis, Belleville Raymond R. Frymire, 518 Del* mar. Hartford Miss Joan Kaye Goble, 452 Du» laney Mrs. Ethel Schumacher, 456 George DISMISSALS Mrs. Sarah M. Parker, 421 Washington, East Alton Raymond E. Lawrence Jr., 96 Bond, East Alton J. W. Carlisle, 269 South Twelfth Patrick Dean Davies, Bethalto Mrs. Mildred E. Stark, 206 Westwood, East Alton Lisa Ann Jones, Edwardsvllle Mrs. Frieda Mae Tucker, Hart* ford Vincent Myron Ruyle, 324 Marques Thomas Dean LaBoube, 340 Tenth Heuda E. Gatnes, Edwardsvllle Mrs. Gladys Ann Hannls, South Roxana Richard Allen Lewis, 2627 Plainview,. Alton David Russell Moran, 619 George Lyndell W. Ewell, Cottage Hills Mrs. Fern A. McCord, 608 Longfellow Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Norman Hughes, Jerseyville Mrs. Edward Whitehead, Jerseyville SURGICAL Wayne Fundel, Jerseyvillc Dr. George Minshall, Viroque, Wis. ' DISMISSALS Edward Marshall, Jerseyville Alois Gress, Hardin Clarence Emmons, Brighton Mrs. John Wellington, Carrollton Dr. George Wis. Minshall, Viroque, Mrs. James Wayman, Jerseyville Mrs. Claud Cummings, Eldred Conscience Mall DENVER, Colo. JP — Ethyl Rucker Ferguson, an employe of the Colorado state treasurer's office 21 years, left a set of dia- in a rest room at the.state can- itol. That was 15 years ago. She got the rings back recently. They arrived, in an air mail envelope on which the postmark was blurred and not readable. With the rings was a note which read: 'May God Forgive." VFW otftLs, trtrtf HOLD MRfttmo sAttjttnA? V.F.W. Junior Girls Unit 1308, met- Saturday afternoon at *he Delmar avenue V.F.W. Center. Plans were discussed for 9. pic* nic In August instead of the regular meeting. Mrs. Earl Hamilton Jr., leader, read a thank you letter from an ar«a girl, victim of rheumatic fever, to whom members had seen sending get-weD cards and letters. Mrs. Kenneth Porter assisted Mrs. Hamilton in distributing pro- |ect material for the girls to work on at home. O1V GOOD-WILL TOVR Nicaragua!) Ambassador Dr. Don Guillermo Sevllla- aML dean of the diplomatic corps (right) embraces Dr. Milton Elsenhower, brother of the President, just before Dr. Eisenhower Itft Washington airport on a good will and fact-finding visit to Central America. (NBA Photo) Fischer Discs Favored By Shoplifters Eddie Fischer, a television warbler, rates tops with an Alton shoplifter or shoplifters, a pilfering report to the police by Ralph Gould of Gould Music Store, 551 E. Broadway, reveals. Within a 2-day period, Gould related Saturday, 19 of the singer's records were filched from his store, despite special precautions taken to keep the record supply under observation. Most of the thefts apparently occurred Friday afternoon, his report shows. Thq records were valued at 63 cents each. Other pilfering reports of the weekend, according to police notations, included: a spare wheel and tire from a car of Arthur Armstrong of 637 E. Fifth St., mond rings she valued at $1,000 and a girl's bicycle owned by a daughter of Mrs. Ivan Campbell of 1210 Highland Ave. Found Sunday and reported to police was a possibly stolen bicycle. The wheel was discovered by Glen Alexander, 10, and a playmate, Richard Henley, 11, in a vacant lot near llth and Belle Streets. Mrs: Willie Alexander of 721 Semple St., informed police after her son returned home and reported the discovery. . Lawrence Lucker of 724 Linden PI., complain*ed to police.Sunday that a tire on the bicycle of hi< grandson, Donald Mandorca, 11 of 1017 Diamond St. had been slashed by someone. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily North Alton Mews to this country five years ago to study, tie was graduated in 1956 from Milwaukee Bible Col* ege la Milwaukee. Mrs. Hudson is a Holland, HORN'S ENTERTAIN HOUSTON RELATIVES Mr. and Mrs. /Charles Horn of 2429 Tibbitt St., entertained relatives, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Knetzger and daughter. Gail, of Houston, Texas, over the weekend. The Knetzger's were eri route home following a vacation in Canada. FAREWELL DINNER t*OR BEREAN BIBLE MINISTER Members of Berean B i b 1 Church will have a picnic today at 6 p.m. at Onized Club Grounds, as a farewell-for the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Hudson who will leave Friday to do deputation work, before going to Italy in December as-missionaries. The Rev. Hudson who is, a native of London, England, came Mich., girl, and they will make heir headquarters in Holland un- 1 they leave for Italy. They ave two children, Bruce, 2, and oan, six months. , , BCftOfcS UNEARNED RUN )N FISHING TRIP Alderman William Parker re* urned from a Calhoun County fish- tig excursion Sunday evening with n achievement equivalent to that f a golfer making a hole in one. His modest catch of the day was ighllghted by a half-pound bass, hich, a9cording to his angling ompanions, City Clerk Price, and City Treasurer Elliott, was so anx ous to be caught that it leaped ight into the motbrbbat. The three officials, Price relates, were angling in the back water rpm the river near Batchtown. TMif lock *as poor. Tht fifth weren't biting. Alderffian Parkei was at the helA when they were Moving from one point to another swerving the boat suddenly to avoid an obstruction, Parker caused the side of the craft to dip at Most to level of the watgr, "and 1'<e bass hopped right IB," ing to Price. "And," he added 'it was about our beat catch d the day." • TWO B01TS StttfiKf LlGttl through a report from a test- dent near the corner ot McPher son and Lincoln streets at 10 p.m Sunday, police were informed thai two boys, about 12 or 13, had brok en a street light at that ihtersec tion, having used It as a target lor stones. The boys ran north on Lincoln, police were told, in an 1m mediate investigation, a patrolman was unable to find trace of them. Common muskrat, dressed am dyed to resemble seal, Is used for a Hudson seal coat SILVER DOLLAR CLEANING SPECIAL JULY 12th to JULY 18<h f Of IAST MOADWAY DIAL 3.8177 10 Enlistment* At Alton in June With a total ot 420 men from fflifloi* and Missouri enlisted in the Navy during the first 30 days of "Operation Opportunity," which began June 1, 'Lt.-Cmdr. 'Parker pounced oti it," accord* K - c - Crtsowskf, tJSN, office* to charge of the St. Louis Navy Recruiting District, said this re* cruiting drive may be one of the most successful ever conducted by the district. J, E. McCafflii MMC, announced that the Alton Navy Recruiting Station had enlisted 10 men during June and has received a quota for 12 men during July. "Operation Opportunity" offers high school graduates who are unable to go on to college, the opportunity to continue their ed» ueatlon In the Navy by attending one of 65 vocational training schools in the field of their choice. fiel Union Storage Building Begin* „ Bit tte WM uiiWH age building at State iMl Watt streets is underway, the cot* tractor is the J. C. Ltfgtt WMMifc ing Co., according to Robert De» Grand, secretary of Plasa fiuildV ing & Loan Association that rt» cently purchased the site for a new building and loan office building. For many yean the Union storage building was the polling place of No. 1 precinct. The prop* erty has a frontage of 75 feet on state street, just nolrth of No. 1 hose house and that section ex« tends 75 feet back, to Join with a 25-foot wide section fronting on William street. • Work of tearing down the building is expected to be completed by the end of this month. Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors—Available Now Without Prescription Stop* Attack* in Minute*... Relief Lasts for Hours! fbw T.H. N. T. <s»Mbi>-f he aithma formula prescribed more than any ether by doctor* for their private patlenU it now available to aithma •offereri without prescription. Medical tests proved thii formnla atop* asthma attacks in minutes and fives hourt offreedom from recurrence of painful asthma spaims. This formula)* *o effective that it I* the physician*', leading asthma prescription—10 *afe that now itcan M sold — without prescription — in tin/ tablet* called Primot«iw«. Primaten* opens bronchial tab**, loosen* mucous congestion, relieves taut nervous .tension. All this witk* out taking painful injections.. The secret li-PrimatenecombineD 8 medicines (in full prescription itrength) found most effective in combination for aithma distres*. Each perform* • special purpose.. So look forward to sleep at night and freedom from asthma ipasm* ... get Primatene, at any drugstore* Only fiSl-money-back-guarantee. •1H4. WUUtall rkv »»**«« iliii <l Iki CRIATKT NAMES III tin FURNITURE BUSINESS KMWII <r»i» Otit t« Cmtl FOLKS TRAVEL HUNDREDS OF MILES TO DO BUSINESS WITH UNCLE DIOK SLACK lln Jolly Irishman BECAUSE They Know They Pay NO INTERESTS OR FINANCE CHARGES OF ANY KIND! * IT'S IN EXTRA SAVING YOU BET WHEN YOU BUY FROM THE JOLLY IRISHMAN! mvni • 1* MON. iFRI, NITES 'TIL 9 ' 'MEDICAl VirgU Mullen, New Douglas Patricia "Jan Katayanm, Hammond, IjuJ. / Mrs. Margaret Mae Casner, 8224 State Stuart Leseman, Dorsey "" Herman Schuetz, Brighton .• Bruce Wickenhauser, 3419 Lincoln Milton L Button, Grafton SCBGICAL Maurice Jouett, White Hall Harry D. Petras, East Alton Mrs. Clara Zltzman, 3202 Alby Glenn Trusty, Carrollton Louis Purdy, Roxana Mrs, Louise Gettings, Etdred Mrs. Mary Ellen Reynolds, Carrollton William Clark Seago, Alton DISMISSALS Victoria Ann Perez, 2866 Fernwood Oliver Jenkins, 307 % Washington Ave. Mrs. Patricia L. Walker, East Alton Mrs. Maxjne Stout, 551% E. Broadway Sam Tarrant, 3538 Thomas Mrs. Mary Ruyle, Carrollton Kathy Starbuck, 2927 Buena Vista DwKine Hunter, Jerseyville Sarah Freeman, Godfrey Mrs. Irene Hamilton, 2809 Hillcrest Charles O. Hirschberg, 1309 State J. C. Collins, Bethalto Arthur Park, East Alton Donald .Sawyer, 1207 Rock Spring Terrace George Lazar, Fieldon, 111. Mrs. Pearl Herring, 3717 Franor Harry B. Meyers, 310 Mills Mrs. Mildred Zimpel, Bast Alton Orlan I. Hamilton, 2611 Brown Beulah Ingle, Wood River Otis Blockburger, 808A E. Broad way Valerie MoCleery, 3200 Agnes Donna Kay Dean, Hartford J. D. Hancock, 110 W. Elm Mrs. Mariemma Cannon, 925 MePherson Mrs. Esther M. 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