Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1956 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 23, 1956
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section 2 Pages 21-38 Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1956. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Presa Hospital Motes Wood River Toteitfthip MEDICAL Mrs. Verna Stamper, 246 Longfellow. Brenda King, Rosewood Hgts. Mary Eades, 824 Rice. John A. Black, 769 Condit. Edmond Chapman, 149 Reno, East Alton. Mrs. Lenora Schmidt, Hartford. SURGICAL V. Wayne Hurst, 1615 Thirteenth. Mrs. Esther Preidecker, 2300 Edwards, Alton. Brenda Miles, 3233 Oakwood, Alton. Merle Manley, 516 Loiena. Mrs. Etta Stone, Nebo. DISMISSALS Mrs. Priscllla A. Robertson, 111 South Thirteenth. Mrs. Mary Crider, Bethalto. Mrs. Opal Uzzell, 252 Haller, East Alton. John Braddy, Hartford. Sharon Shirley, Hartford. Michael Lankford, S. Roxana. Mrs. Treva Rice, 3423 College, Alton. Mrs. Judith Searles, 304 Cobb East Alton. * Alton Memorial MEDICAL Fred Stamper, Godfrey. INFANTS', BOYS' GIRLS' WEAR 630 E, BROADWAY LIFE Ifs child's play to pair off now Sacony Separates E«nit, Meenie, Mini*, Moe. Which Sacony shirt goes with which ikirt? They all do! Prettily (delightful knit details always match). And neatly (snug elasticized waistbands hold shirttails in). Practical? Absolutely! Any 2 outfits make 4 changes, 3 make 9, etc.! Coordinate in red, white, light grey. "It's * wonderful buy!" Washable wools. Jersey shirt 3.50 3-6x 3.95 7-14. Flannel skirt 4.95 and 4.95. Com* !• for frt« Socony Comic look! Henry Klopmeier, Wood River David Taul, 3707 Coronado. Mrs. Betty Dooley, 2916 Sanford Bruce Wilson, R. 1, Edwardsville Rebecca Byrley, 334 Jefferson. Chris Marth, Dorsey. SURGICAL Phillip Mackelden, 2213 Lawton. Mrs. Dica House, Godfrey. Benjamin Koch, 1050 College. Mrs. Mary Baalman, 3110 Burton Wayne Seymour, Godfrey. Stanley Barnard, Jerseyville. George E. Frenz, 3311 Badley. DISMISSALS Mrs. Opal Hendrick, East Alton Mrs. Ruby Collins, Bethalto. Miss Janette Stade, 3409 College Mrs. Laura Adams, Bethalto. Mrs. Opal Hendrick, East Alton Mrs. Elizabeth Leigh, 406 Lam pert. Mrs. Josephine Johnson, Shipman. Mrs. Margaret Windsor, Godfrey Mrs. Alice Kodros, 227 Gerson Roberta Whitten, East Alton. Steven Lefler, 2700 Market. Sandra Diveley, S. Roxana. Claudia Sexton, S. Roxana. Mrs. Freda Dabbs, 3302 Belle. Charles Reynolds, Jerseyville. Walter Kitzmiller, Godfrey. Rlchard~Blcvins, 2705 Collins. Wesley Temple, 1916 Main. St. Joseph'* MEDICAL James London, 204 Pence, Eas Alton. Mrs. Pearl Morrissey, 319 Third Prince Clark, 1131 Greene. Mrs. Emma Healey, 186 Airline East Alton. Mrs. Carrie Girth, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Nelda Walling, 1205 Union Mrs. Mary Tyson, 2426 Moore. Mark Norris, Godfrey. - SURGICAL Mrs. Cora Schaaf, Fieldon. Harold Sitton, 323 Dooley. Mrs. Joan Satterthwaite, Sumne Miss Mary Custer, Cottage Hills Mrs. Helen Sherman, 1203 Nortoi DISMISSALS Mrs. Edith Albright, East Alton Mrs. Mary Baker, 1825 Piasa. Mrs. Helen Bazzell, Godfrey. Michael J. Bradley, Godfrey. Miss Mary Cossel, Catholic Chil dren's Home. Mrs. Beatrice Crane, 632V 2 E Just arrived from PHILCO Bantamweight Champion of .Portable TV! At last, portable TV with real big set picture punch! As a "second set" for your home .. . even outdoors where other TV fails, it's unmatched far clarity, unmatched for pull-in power. Try it FREE ... and see! ' **" ;--£> Easy to cony from room to room... men outdoors! r $139,95 , fHIICO IlANSITONi 3002 • **.*+.»* At. • i w Ev0a at thii low, low LOOK—ONLY pric.... r«al big ,«< performance! 96 aq. in. picture. Compact CM* in rich Charcoal .Gray, $115.95 Amazing Big Set Performance 96 Square Inch Picture •UllT-JN AIL-DIRECTIONAL AltlAl A Pbilco first! Permanently attached. Can be extended or rotated for best reception. Folds down for carrying. OPTIC ENGINEERED "SOLARIZED" NITER IENS Shrugs off glare. Given aharp, clear pic ture under bright lights . ., even outdoor* where other TV fades. EASIEST TESMS at TOWN SHOP FrHDAYS TIU. 9P.M. SOO EAST BROADWAY-ALTON. Ill Shorts Celebrate Carrollton Couple Honored On 55th Wedding Date CARROLLTON.—Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Short, who observed their iiath wedding anniversary Wednesday, were guests of honor at an anniversary dinner Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Midkiff. Mr. and Mrs. Short shared honors Sunday with James Midkiff Jr., who is leaving Friday Broadway. Miss LaVerne Crews, 224 Hamilton. Mrs. Grace Deadrick, 211 Mather Clarence Edgell, 122 Elm. Frank Girard, 220 Twelfth. Mrs. Ruby Hansen, Rt. 1, Jerseyville. Mrs. Mary Hunter, Roxana. Mrs. JoAnn Joy, 1120 Highland. Allen Plumb, 1218 Rodemeyer. Mrs. Elsie Reynolds, Edwards- vine. Mrs. Jean Richardson, 3641 Horn Mrs. Donna Schenk. 821A Fifth. Mrs. Evelyn Schindewolf, 802 Maurice. Mrs. Dorothy Schleeper, 614 Mechanic. Mrs. Rose Scott, 1924 Rodgers. Joe Stockard, Decatur. Mrs. Clara Wells, Grafton. Mrs. Lillie Westerholt, East Alton. Mrs. Ruby White, 1304 Belle. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Emily Johnson, Hardin. Mrs. Eva Rosa, Hamburg. DISMISSALS Mrs. Charles Schaaf, Jerseyville. Mrs. Leroy Toppmeyer, St. Louis Gilbert Turner, Jerseyville. Mrs. Myrl Patton, Pearl. James Aylward, Jerseyville. Mrs. Beverly Cox, Kane. to return to the Naval Base at Oakland, Calif. The dinner also celebrated the birthdays of Elmer Short, whose birthday is Aug. 25; Richard Midkiff, Aug. 26; Mrs. James Midkiff, Aug. 31. and Miss Patricia Young, Aug. 29. The Shorts were married in Alton at the home of the Rev. W. M. Rhoades 55 years ago. Short is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Perry C. Short and his bride is the former Miss Stella Angle, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Angle. Their attendants were the late Miss Mabel Herron and the lale Clement Wood, who were themselves married three months later. Following their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Short made their home on a farm in the Mt. Gilead vicinity, where they lived for 25 years. Thirty years ago they moved to this city where Short opened a barber shop and he still owns and operates a shop on Rt. 108. Mrs. James Midkiff is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Short and they have two grandsons, James Midkiff and Richard Midkiff. Crowns Homecoming tyieen CARROLLTON — Miss Diane Journey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Journey of this city, who was crowned Miss Greene County at the 1956 Greene County Agricultural Fair, went to Roodhouse j Wednesday evening where she crowned the Roodhouse homecoming queen. The ceremonies were sponsored by the Roodhouse Jaycees. 4-H Onb Tours Factory CARROLLTON — Members of the Carrollton Community Chums 4-H Club accompanied by their leaders, Mrs. Ray Roll and Mrs. Louis Osterman, went to White Hall Monday where they were taken on a conducted tour of the garment factory in that city. Mrs. Lyle Moushon a mother of one of the members accompanied the group. Meeting Changed CARROLLTON — The date of the second meeting of the Greene County Extension Council of which D. B. Dixon Jr. of Kane is president has been changed from Aug. 24 as originally scheduled to Aug. 31. The Council will meet in the Farm Bureau hall. Attend Dairy Meeting CARROLLTON — Francis Kuhnline, W. Ruehmarm, Tom Ford and _i_E. Brodmarkle spent Thursday Western Europe took 27 million tons of U.S. coal in 195, or 71 per cent of all the coal shipped out of the country. The average life expectancy of an American—69.6 years—has increased by more than 20 years since 1900. in Hillsboro where they attended a joint meeting of the Prairie Farms Creamery and the Sanitary Milk Producer's Association. 50-50 Class to Meet CARROLLTON — Members of the 50-5r class of the Baptist Church will have a social meeting Monday evening in the church. A Bible quiz will be conducted by Richard McLanc, class president. Mrs* Earl Journey will present a devotional program and the recreation for the evening will be directed by Mr. and Mrs. D. Mohr, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Flowers and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Keele. Hosts and hostesses for the evening are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roberts Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ix>uis Harr, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Journey. i School Opening Special! KRESGE Boys' Shirts of COTTON FLANNEL Regular $1.39 Here's a terrific buy and just in time for school!' Pre^ shrunk, washable cotton flannel shirts • handsome plaids, checks, stripes. Many colors, all long sleeves. West Third at Piasa Streets PEAMZT BUTTER with coupon below MMmm, just taste it! This BIG TOP Peanut Butter has the same fresh-roasted flavor you get in peanuts at the circus! 100K! Choose Exclusive "Early American" Glassware or Thrifty Refrigerator Jar filled with this Delicious New Big Top Peanut Butter! HUMY! HURRY! HURRY! Don't miss this chance to buy and try this wonderful new Big Top Peanut Butter at a really worthwhile saving! 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