Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1956 · Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Announcements oi Births Mr. and Mrs. Franklin R. Wiemers, 339 Spencer, Bethalto, are announcing the birth of a son at 3:08 a.m. Wednesday in Wood River Township Hospital. Daniel Brian has^ been selected by Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ervin of 2314 Central Ave., as the name of their fourth child, a son, born at 4:06 p.m. Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital. The infant weighed 10 pounds and seven ounces. The elder children are Ginger, 6; Eddie, 4; and Julie Ann, 15 months. Mr. and Mrs. William R. Noe, Brighton, have received word of the birth of a first child, to their son and daughter-in-law, A.l.C. Russell J. Noe of Smyrna, Tenn. The child, a son, born at 6:10 a.m. Tuesday at Stewart Air Base Hospital, weighed seven pounds and four ounces, and was named David Wayne. Mrs. Noe, Ihe former Miss Norma Moer, was a Wichita Falls, Texas, resident before her marriage. A third child, a son, weighing nine pounds, was born at 7:03 a.m. Tuesday^ in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Humiston of 1722 Feldwisch. The other children are Connie, 4, and Junior, 1'i. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kruckeberg of 805 E. Drive, are announcing the birth of an eight pound and 12 ounce son, Kevin Eugene, at 10:38 a.m. Tuesday in Alton Memorial Hospital. They have a daughter, Nancy Jo, 8. Born at 4:07 a.m. today in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sandberg Jr., of Rt. 1, Bethalto, was a son, weighing seven pounds and three ounces. Personal Notes Mrs. Ruth Harmon, H09 Washington Ave., is still in critical condition, her sister, Mrs. Elmer Price, 1216 State St., reported today. She has been moved from Wood River Township Hospital to Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, where she is in an unconscious state, after an automobile crash in Meadowbrook Aug. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Moore and children, Mary Jo, Ramar- rah, Randy and Rrpd, of Qilp Mrs. Moore and tne children had been there since June 17, and Mr. Moore spent three weeks there with them, returning to drive them home. Home from a visit of a few days in Chicago with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nekola are his sister, Miss Elaine Nekola, 3638 Aberdeen Ave., and three of her friends. Miss Juanita Ewin, 2920 Hillcrest Ave., Miss Jeannie Maher, 221 West Twelfth St., and Miss Sandra Hoehn, 211 West Seventeenth St. Lt. and Mrs. Clarence Kennedy and son, Mike, are spend ing a wefck to 10 days visiting Lt. Kennedy's parents, Mr. anr Mrs. C. R. Kennedy, 231 Flore Ave. Formerly of Anaheim Calif., when Lt. Kennedy wai stationed at Los Alamilos All Base, the lieutenant and his fam ily are being sent to the Phil ippines. Lt. Kennedy is a careei Navy man. Descendants of the late F. N Frost will hold their annual fam ily reunion Sunday at the Onizer Clubgrounds, \vhen a basket din ner will be served. •-•' Graduate Nurse Lane, returned last night from their summer home on Narragansett Bay, Portsmouth, R.I. The possum, described as "t lethargic animal that works a his leisure," has survived long er than his once contemporar; dinosaurs millions of years ago COLD WAVE Sg.95 '7.95 You would pay at least $10.00 for this wave at any other shop. These prices are complete , . . they include haircut, style, shampoo and set. Von pay nothing extra! $12.50 *C ttC 15 -°° GOLD WAVES 9i«F9 GOLD WAVES All Permanent* Guaranteed. ' These Are Not Specials ... They Are Our Regular Frier*. OUR SHAMPOO and SETS . . . $1.00 EXPERT HAIRCUTS ...... $1.00 HAIR COLORING, Complete . . $2.95 • Open Every Day— 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Thur., Fri. 9 A,M. to 9 P.M. • With or Without Appointment BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOP Betty Smith «nd Virginia Briggt, 223 Thomas St., Roxana Dial 4-5146 MRS. KLOPMEIER Mrs. Leland Klopmeier, the former Miss Marvine Weidner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Weidner of Bunker Hill, has accepted a nursing position at Alton State Hospital and will he- gin her duties Oct. 1. One of 14 students who were -graduated last Sunday night from Passavant Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville, in ceremonies in Jacksonville Central Christian Church, Mrs. Klopmeier was graduated with the highest scholastic honors in her c\pss. She is a 1953 graduate of Bunker Hill High School. if it's you 're after wear our two-piece wool knits These shapely wools really boost your share of compliments...in spite of their modest price tags. Come try them * on, buy one now... fall is only days away. Bethalto Power Failure BETHALTO — The village of Bethalto and the surrounding" area were without electric power service from 6:10 to 8:25 p. m. Monday night when lightning struck the local sub-station in the midst of a mild electrical storm. Service was continued after an emergency ' crew shifted the source of power to another substation, according to an Illinois Power Co. spokesman. Home From Vacation BETHALTO — Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Klein and daughters, Mary Ann and Martha, returned Monday evening following a week's vacation with Klein's sister, Mrs. P. E. Foster, in Ashville, N. C. Honored on Birthday BETHALTO — Ben Tuetken, 339 S. Prairie St., was surprised on his 60th birthday Saturday night with a party in the Victim of Crash Aug. 21 Still Unconscious Miss Laverne Crews, injured Aug. 21 when the car in which she was riding struck a stone wall at Godfrey and Cliff streets, is still unconscious, according to Mrs. Cecil Lewey, 228 McClure St., her mother. Mrs. Lewey said her daughter has been unconscious since .the accident and that no surgery had been performed. Miss Crews was first taken to St.. Joseph's Hospital here, hut was moved to DePaul Hospital, St.. Louis, last Wednesday. Miss Crews, an employe of Gately's Department Store on Third street, resided with her brother, William Crews, at 224 Hamilton St. Mrs. Lewey said her daughter's physicians has told her that Miss Crews must regain consciousness before determination can he made as to whether surgery will be effective in aiding her recovery. Grafton Class Entertained GRAFTON — The Crusaders Class of the Methodist Church held its regular monthly meeting with a family potluck supper at Mar- qu^tte Park Monday evening. Present were: Mr. and Mrs Bill Stephens and family. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Wildt and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schallenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Duncan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Gisy and son, Gail, and Mrs. Charles Campbell, teacher. At Oitnrk Camp GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Legate and son, Oran, and Miss Mary Jane Klien, left Tuesday for their cottage at Iron Mountain Lake in the Ozarks. They will be joined Wednesday by their son, and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Orville Legate and son of Edwardsville, who will spend several days at the lake. Methodist Men to Meet GRAFTON — The sub-district meeting of the Methodist Men's Brotherhood will be held Sept. 10, at the Grafton Methodist Church. The dinner will be served by members of the Crusaders Class. Prairtatown Optimists Hear Chief OfReliabilitalionServioe Speaker at the Alton Optimist Club meeting Tuesday at Hotel Stratford was Charles E. Cooper of Springfield, chief of special services, Division of Vocational Rehalibitation for Illinois. Optimist Vice Governor .Tark Reed inducted Joseph A. Campagna as a new member. The club president, Vro Sutton,, Jack Reed. Glenn Millikin and Joseph Campagna were appointed delegates to thr Optimist 49th State Council session, Thursday, al Higliland Covmtry Club. Next meeting of the c-lub will be during the annual outing at Harry Buck's cottage on Mill Creek, Tuesday. Sept. 11. Rackln Up Points LIVERMORE, Calif. £•— The annual Livermore swimming championship turned out to be n personal triumph for 12-year-old Johnny Rackin. He won the high point trophy with 33 points out of a possible 35 by finishing firs' in four races and second in another. Rnekin set a 100-meter freestyle mark of 1:06.4 in the 11-12 year group and negotiated the 100-meter individual medley in 1:17.6. A total of 2,145 young swimmers took part in the three-day meet. Want a hot foot? The sands in Arabian deserts sometimes reach 170 degrees Fahrenheit. U. S. Grant was actually named Ulysses Hiram. But, at West Point he was entered as Ulysses Simpson (his mother was Hannah Simpson) so he became U. S. Grant. Happy Feet go Back-to- School PIANO LESSONS 25 years' experience Catherine Chalengsworth PHONE 2-7097 Next door to B«p»IM th«rck FoMcrtnirft, III. 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