Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 28, 1956 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, AUGUST 28,1956 Miss Helen M. Bloomer Jersey Girl Named Officer »' Of St. Luke" s Junior Class Hospital Notes St. tfo*«|»ft'f MKDICAL Krankie Rome, 709 Lamport, Mrs, Lucy Wilcox, Jerseyville. Carl Handler, 829 Douglas. Miss Jacqueline Sentenne, 301 Hollywood. Mrs. Agnes Miller, Godfrey. William Ontis, Fieldon. SUIIOWAL Mrs. Evelyn Potter, Ml Fifth. Mrs. Helen Hie key. !W4 College. Mrs. Dotothy Kircher, Rt. 4, Ed wardsville. „ .... .... Mrs. Margaret Abendroth, Staun- j e | oct j on Thursdny. ,. ... ,-.,. ,, ,„ i Miss Bloomer, who was <;rad- Ixnmv Collins, If 12 Hoz^a. • , , , .1 Miss'Shirley King, 838', 2 Wash- juated w,1h honores from the JERSKYVILLE — Miss Helen Margaret Bloomer, daughter ol Mr, arid Mrs. John Bloomer ,lr.. of Jerseyville, was elected treasurer of the Junior Class of St. Luke's Hospitn) School of in Si. Louis at the class ington. Robert Russell. Bethnho. Mi-s. Helen Grrer. Bethalto. Andrew Green. Jerseyville. Albert T. Schneider. 1481 Ladd. Wood River. Jersey Community High Srhool in June, 19.")."), with a four year average of 4.9687. was granted the Danforth Foundation Scholarship at Ft. Luke's, on the basis nf her combined high school and Mrs. Elizabeth Singleton, Hardin ! fntrance oxamlnat , on gra ,i es , DISMISSALS ! „. . . , . . . ... Mrs Jessie Blodget, Chicago. S>"« l™s maintained her high Mrs! Doris Cheely, 119 S. 13th, | scholastic standing since entering Wood River. Prince Clark, 1131 Greene. Mrs. Roma DeWerff. 864 Lorena. Mrs. Ann DiPazo, 55 N. Circle, East Alton. Fred Elizondo, 122 Eighth. Mrs Nellie Fuller, 1214 Central, Mrs. Cecelia Heintx, 1125 State. Mrs. Kathleen MatJock, Godfrey. Miss Ann McKernan, Loret.ta Home. Herbert St. Peter's, Godfrey. Mrs. Mattic Tharpe, 1925 Pleasant. Mrs. Mar>* VanHoy, 838 Tennyson, Wood River. William Greenwood, Kane. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Mrs. Naomi Wright, Graf ton. Mrs. Bessie Massey, Jerseyville. Marjorie, Carolyn and Rebecca the School of Nursing at St. Luke's. She is a member of the choral group there and active in other class projects. Resume Evening Services JERSEYVILLE — The boys and girls of the First Baptist Church of Jerseyville, who liave had one or both parents present at church during the past eight Sundays, will occupy a special place of honor in the sanctuary next Sunday morning. A party also will be given the children and parents of the church lawn Sept. 4, from 5:30 p. m. to 7:30 p. m. The evening services which have been dispensed with during July and August will be resumed Sunday. Before the ser- George Harrell, !.•>(> LakoMdc, mon )I)( , t 1h( , Rev ^.j East Alton. Arnold Wetzel, 241 Arbor. Mrs. Edith Stone, Piasa. SURGICAL Miss Amy Freeman, Mary Hall C. Moman, will show colored slides. Springfield Visitor Here Ralph Irvin, 105 Dooley. Russell Owens, Rt. 1, Edwards- • JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. George I Radcliff of Springfield, arrived Thursday for a 10 - day visit ville. Darrell Hawkins, Cottage Hills. William Elmore, Rockbridge. IDarrell Woodward, 203 E. 12th. \ George Clayton, 2701 Salu. | Mrs. Violette Gillespie, 355 Rosewood, East Alton. Mrs. Olive Campbell, Kampsville Walter Thorp, Greenfield. Earl Fraley, Fieldon. Mrs. Vera Dickerson, Godfrey. DISMISSALS Mrs. Margaret Hadley, Rt. 1, Edwards ville. Mrs. Sally Martin, Humbert Rd. Mrs. Hazel Mattingiy, 737 Rosedale, East Alton. David Taul, 3707 Coronado. Sharon Antrobus, Godfrey. Edgar McGarvey, 513 Porter. Wayne Seymour, Godfrey. Mrs. Theresa Higgins, 1209 Hazel Nancy Skiens, Grafton, here with her brother-in-law and Jersey Group Attends Baptist Conference JERSEYVILLE—Mrs. Charles U'orsham and Mrs. Kenneth De- Ben-y spent, the past week at Green Lake, \Vis.. attending the National Christian Education Workers Conference as delegates from the First Baptist Church of Jerseyville,, A group from thr local Baptist Church also attended the Junior High Baptist Youth Fellowship Camp at Benton, 111. They were Carl Moman Jr., Mary Kay Js- ringbnusen, Louis Frank, Janet and Janice Cox, Joyce Murrie and Arthur Maupin. Guests at Parents Home JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jacobs of Boulder, Colo., .arrived Saturday for a week's visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Jacobs. Mr. Jacobs who has been a student at the University of Colorado at Boulder, has transferred to the Colorado School of Mines at Golden, Colo., and he and Mrs. Jacobs will reside there the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs' son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones have moved from Hattiesburg, Miss., to Bushnell, Fla., where Mr. Jobes will be mathematics instruction in the Bushnell High School. He received his degree this summer at the Mississippi Southern College in Hattiesb'jrg. Mrs. Jobes Mrs. Susan Robinett Jersey Woman Celebrates ./ Seek To Locale KinofWamanWho Died Suddenly JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Lee Massey of the Jerseyville vi- JERSEYVILLE — One of the cinily died suddenly at her home j O i,) er resident of Jerseyville, Monday afternoon. \ Mrs. Susan A. Robinett, marked Illinois police officers were re- j | lor p3 tT t birthday anniversary 93rd Birthday Anniversary sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sin-1 w f s formerly Miss Mary Ja- Wood River Township MEDICAL Dale Emery, 151 Madison. Charles Tungett, Cottage Hills. Ray O. Davis, 630 Lorena. Robert Parsons, Roxana. Hugh McLeod, 844 Wood River. William Teems, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Mary McVey, 214 Washington, East Alton. Mrs. Salona Crouch, 229 Bender, East Alton. Mrs. Daisy Vander, Bethalto. Robin L. Wilson, Forrest Homes. Charles Dublo, Cottage Hills. SURGICAL Harold Johnson, Bethalto. Mrs. Evelyn Thursby, 333 Third. Mrs. Faye Holmes, 401 Ohio, East Alton. Findley Apple, 400 Main, East Alton. Lewis Dillow, ^15 Tomlinson, East Alton. Mrs. Dorothy Steed, Roxana. DISMISSALS Mrs. Ruth Harmon, 509 Washington, Alton. Mrs. Helen Howard, Bethalto. John Black, 769 Condit Mrs. Donna Cafazza, 264 13th. Miss Edna Ebbeler, Roxana. W. V. Couch, Granite City. Mrs. Martha Thomas, 200 Grand, East Alton. Mrs. Lenora Schmidt, Hartford. Charles Fisher, 535 Brookside, Alton. V. Wayne Hurst, 161 S. 13th. clair and other relatives. Visiting Relatives in Texas JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and and Mrs. Hubert Mourning left Saturday for Texas to spend a week with the former's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon- Stone. Visit Former Pastor JERSEYVILLE—A group from here motored to Addieville, HI., Sunday to visit with the Rev. E. H. Fresen and family. Rev. Fresen, who was formerly pastor of the Christ Evangelical and Reformed Church in Fieldon is now pastor of the Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church in Addieville. In the party visiting at the Fresen home were Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Isringhausen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mielke and son, Jim, Raymond Haushalter and family. Miss Melba Noble Hostess JERSEYVILLE — Miss Melba Noble entertained at dinner Sunday at her home on South Washington street. Guests included her uncle, Rev. F. C. Webber of Athol, Mass,, who was en I'oute home from a visit with his daughter, in California, her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Little of Springfield, 111., his aunt, Mrs. Eva Kirchner of Maplewood, Mo., and her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kirchner of Redlands, Calif. Jersey Community MEDICAL George Busch, Jerseyville. Mrs. James Weaver, Fieldon. Allen White, Jerseyville. Miss Cuma Frost, Jerseyville. Mrs. Richard Prough, Kane. SURGICAL Carl Hodge, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. Richard Prough. Kane. Arthur Eastham, Jerseyville. Dennis Frazier, Jerseyville. Mrs. Edw. Lehr, Hardin. TTat good old combination, <-ooked diced carrots and green peas, may be added to an aspic and served with cold meats. cobs of Jerseyville. Attend Gift Show JERSEYVILLE — Mrs.Imo- gene Houseman, owner of the Nifty Gift Shop in Jerseyville, and Mrs. J. H. Houseman, attended the Gift Show at the Statler Hotel in St. Louis Sunday. Mourning Family Reunion Set Sunday In Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Members of the Mourning family will hold their annual reunion Sunday at the Chrles Mourning farm five njiles Southeast of Jerseyville. This will be an all-day event and members of the family are invited to attend and bring with them a basekt dinner to be served at noon. Guest at Pritchctt Home JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Lydia Fuller of Minneapolis, Minn., was a guest Sunday of Gilbert Pritchett and his sisters, • Mrs. Elnora Meek and Miss Charlotte Pritchett, en route home from a visit with relatives in Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Fuller was formerly Miss Lydia-Pritchett of Medora. quested to attempt to locate Mr. <md Mrs. John Watkins who are eti route to St. Petersburg Fla. on a honeymoon trip. Mrs. Watkins is a granddaughter of the deceased and before her marriage was Miss Gena Lee Wells of Alton, daughter of Mrs. Anthony Georgeff of Hillsboro and Russel Wells of Jerseyville, The wedding of Miss Wells and Mr. Georgeff took place Saturday cvenng at the Main Street Methodist Church in Alton. Miss Thatcher Honored JERSEYVILLE - Miss Jane Thatcher of Alton was—honored at a dinner given Sunday at the Home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thatcher of Jerseyville in celebration of her birthday anniversary which occurred Aug. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thatcher and children Jan, and Larry of Rosewood Hei. ts were out - of town guests and were accompanied home that evening by their older daughter, Cindy, who spent the past week in Jerseyvillfi-at the Thatcher home. Returns From Missouri JERSEYVILLE — Miss Carol Ann Lahey, returned Monday to her home here from St. Ann, Mo., where she has been a guest for two weeks of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Canavan and her grandfather, Harry Lahey. Brussels Couple Honored On 20th Date Of Wedding Hospitid Women Plan Fall Bazaar Friday at the home of her son- in-lmv and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Farmer of this city. with whom she n.sides. /i No t<v-mal observance of the event was planned but the reic-! CARLINVILLE t Carlinville The brant received greetings from many neighbors and friends who learned of the anniversary and "dropped in" informally to offer congratulations. Although advanced in years. Mrs. Robinelt is very alert and interested in events around her. She was born near Norbin, Mo., Aug. 24, 18G3, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Walker. The family lived at Lexington until Mrs. Robinett was in her late teens when they moved to Carrollton and then to White Hall where most, of Mrs. Robinett's life was spent. Following the death of her husband, John R. Robinett in 1926, Mrs. Robinett made her home in California with her daughter, Mrs. Bernice Rensch for a time. Mrs. Rensch died later and Mrs. Robinett returned to Illinois and has made her home^with' Mr. and Mrs. Farmer/ since 1932. MrsTT?5binetfThaf two daughters," Mrs. Farmer and Mrs. C. D. Petrey of Jerseyville. and a son. Walker D. Robinett of White all. She is a member of the hristian Church of White Hall nd is the sole survivor of her mmedinte' family. BRUSSELS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mossman entertained Sunday with a barbecue and lawn party at their home in observance of their 20th wedding anniversary. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ferguson and sons, David and Joe of Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Held and family, Mrs. Mary Mossman, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Devine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elder, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Imming and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Held and family, Miss Emily Moening and Miss Patsy Hillen of Meppen; Gary and Johnny Schneider of Hardin; Ronny Friedel, Golden Eagle; and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mossman and children, Duane, Elaine and Gregory. Brussels Notes BRUSSELS — Mr. and Mrs. Norman Arnold of Alton were weekend guests of the former's parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. John Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Narup are announcing the engagement of their only daughter, Patricia to James Fortschneider, son of Mrs. Marie Fortschneider. The A'edding will take place this fall. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily IT'S OUR SIXTH ANNIVERSARY SO WE ARE CELEBRATING IT WITH OUTSTANDING ATTRACTIONS DURING OUR ANNIVERSARY MONTH Tour Favorite Family Drive-£N Lady Mease! KIMBALL, Neb. ;P — A woman omplained to her neighbors that icir dog chased her chickens nd asked that the animal be acked up. A few nights later the omplaining woman phoned the eighbors to ask if they'd please urn the dog loose. She said she bought there was a peeping at her window. men's Auxiliary of Carlinville Area Hospital will sponsor their annual bazaar this fall for which plans are presently being formulated, Mrs. Lois Black, president of the auxiliary, has appointed Mrs. Mary Zilm as general chairman. Proceeds of the baxaar will be used to purchase more needed equipment for the hospital Including a lift for patients in casts circular instrument table for the surgery room, and a cardiac machine. The auxiliary recently purchased an adding machine at a cost of over $400 for the office room and an examining table for the doctors. Funds realized from the snack bar, which Is managed by auxiliary members, will be spent for the purchase of bed rails which are priced at $(iO a set. ry clerk's office to the following couples in the Alton area: Neal Eugene Burk. 24, and Shirley Jean Well. 18. both of Brighton. Carson William Oberlander, 22. and Jane Ann Bott, 17, both of Brighton. llarilin | HARDIN — Mr. and M r s. Howard Grader visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Grader in Alton. Mrs. r r i e (5 a Dabbs and daughter. Mrs. Virginia Camp| bell of Alton, visited friends in Hardin Sunday afternoon. Many people from Hardin attended the dinner and picnic of St. Michael's Church Sunday, A huge outdoor temporary dining room was erected in the church yard where 200 people at a time could be served. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Zumwalt of Nebo visited Sunday evening with Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Sidvvell. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sidwell and daghter of California are on their way to Calhoun for a visit with relatives. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Calling All MomkttHrt! WOODRIVER WEDNESDAY MATINEE ONLY 1 !}Q P.M. finrtoom Galore With Atlrkey Mouse And All HI* Pah BIG FEATURE HIT "WILD STALLION" 3 Stooge Comedy Liltla Rascals iOUS CL.UI Don't ferqtt! MitlMM wily «n Weed Rlvff'i OkMt Scrtm! Kiddies 2 f or 26c- Adilts 25c Licenses Ksued CARLINVILLE - Marriage licenses were issued in the coun- THEATRE Ait Conditioned Not Just One But All Roads Lead to the Roxana Theatre Lost Time Tonight "GABY" Color 9:30 "THE PROUD ONES" Color 7:39 Gregory PECK in "MOBY DICK" • Shown 4:00 6:30 9:00 TODAY starts Wednesday — 4 days GRANP HI I HI \HI\I,I \ I Hill SPECIAL SHOW OF THE SEASON TONITE-WED. FAMILY NIGHTS! Doors Open 6:30 Tuesday $how Starts Tuesday 7 P. AI. AIATINEE WED3VESDAV Continuous from 1 P. AL Bargain Prices AH Day ADULTS 25c KIDDIES 2 for 25c Tuesday and Wednesday Wed., Thurs., Fri. Ann Sheridan—Steve Cochran 'Come Next Spring' Color 8:56 Mark Stevens—Felicia Farr "TIMETABLE" 7:30 Selected Shorts Shown at 8:20 Always 2 Color Cartoons Shown at 8:55 Plus Serial, Short Subject* Open 13:30 P. M. Wed. from Ik* amatint life-iiupirtd ttorv that thrilM presents a most important motion picturt up somebody § there litesnw starring The New > Dramatic Discovery! Paul Newman EXTRA COLOR CARTOON "STUPOR DUCK" ENDS TONIGHT - 2 FEATURES DANA ANDREWS in "WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS" ERROL FLYNN in "LET'S MAKE UP" Junction (W-Ul, Mitchell, ML Starts TONITE BURT LANCASTER •ANNAMAGNANI Tilr twIUt'kt «tor,v of love yuu'U ti« pcrmltttHl to *'«•• Alto GREAT MO. RAID" .WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY UNITED ARTISTS SECON.O HIT VOU IKNOW SAILORS TECHNICOLOR M*M* (km UMIE0 ARTISTS PLUS CARTOON—KIDDIES ADMITTED FREE FREE I'OXY IttUES, Ml JWV-GO-HOl'M), MIRAOUj WHIRL, SWINGS AND tSUJJKS. Firt Truck and Train Rides T OPEN 7:30 — START DUSK FINAL SHOWING — TO-NITE JOHN CLAIRE IARAINE - ROBERT WAYNE TREVOR DAY STACK JAN PHIL ROBERT DAVID STERLING HARRIS NEWTON BRIAN THE HIGH ANDTHE MIGHTY In CINEMASCOPE and WAKNKK COLOR PLUS CO-FEATUKE BOWERY liOVS "Crashing Las Vegas' ALL COLOR PROGRAM WED.-THUR. ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY o,io, by TECHNICOLOR Umax! b> ALFREC HITCHCOCK Tk GLASS SLIPPER Leslie Michael CARON • WILDING Witt Kmiun "" h(eH« WYNN • WINWOOO flia Sorry LAWCHESTER • JONES HACK TO SCHOOL "ROCK 'N ROLL" Ml'ECIAl, 1'HOGRAM Friday & Saturday Open 12:45. 50c Till 5 Then 65c. Child 15c. STARTS ; TODAY LAST TIMES! 2 tAST-ACTION HITS! John Cassavetes— David Wayne— . Sal Mineo Keenan Wynn I "Crime in the Streets" "Naked Hills" Shown 0:25 Shown 4:50 8:05 WEDNESDAY BEHIND THE WUi Shewn 1=35 4:50 8:05 SPECIAL! SHORT FEATURE LAST TIMES.' *** Burt L«nc«iter, Gina Lollobrigida "TRAPEZE" Technicolor Shown at 8:30 Only Chips Rafferty '•((> '< c CORAL SEA" Shown 7.30 Only OODRIVE TWO GIANT THRILLERS ON ONE BIO GIANT PROGRAM ***

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