Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1954 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 16, 1954
Page 9
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FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1954 Hospital Motes TottmsMp Smgtcaa treatment Sandra J. Olscn, Wood Rfver. Edith L. Lane, Bethalto. W. L. Rodgers, 128 Bond, E.A. Vicky I. Cole, I4a W. Ferguson. Joseph and Jerry Middendoff, 26 College Crest. Medical Treatment Larry fcobifis, ftl, East Alton. Guy T. Beets, 4046 Alby. Mrs. Mary Fefdmiller, Hartford. Ralph Retherford Jr., Roodhouse Dismissals Kevin Jennings, East Alton. Mrs. Margaret Graham, Roxana. Robert Hancock, 1209 Union. Mrs. Jan« Hallow-ay, 524 Third. Mrs. Alice Lasbury, East Alton. Bill L. Rooke, Bethalto. Mrs. Helen Tomerltn, 113 Park. Mrs. Erma Fechter, East Alton. Herbert Morris, East Alton. Dennis Hargrave, Hartford. Alton Memorial Medical Treatment Guy Helmick, 1852 Evergreen. Janice Cleary, 3403 Franor. Janice Hamby, 3220 Belle. Mrs. Dorothy Garrison,75 Bender Shirley Hart, Bethalto. Mines Dztniowitz. 620*2 Ninth. Surgical Treatment John Dunn, 741 Birch. E.A. Nancy Gilloland, 2015 Aihy. Carol Koshinski, 3522 Aberdeen. Mrs. Josephine Sellier, Brighton Kdward Gehvke, 1210 Fourth. HUNT HARDWARE ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS • Hardware • Plumbing Supplies • Electrical floor Sanders For Rent Sunday 8 a.m. to Noon. Telephone 4-S076 Hours; Dally 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. UtStttftittut Mary Stoppertch, R2, Aftoft. Robert Lawn, East Alton. Oscar Heuer, 2118 Washington. Mrs. Verna Cox, Godfrey. Maxine Llevers, Cottage Hills. Emil Rose, Banker Hill. Gaylord DerickSon, EdwardsvUle Mrs. Shirley Burden, 52 College Crest. Mrs. Shirley Markham, Moro. Mrs. Helen Walter, 269 Madison Mrs. Nadeene Wast, Wood River John Narin, Grafton. Mrs. Lois Bridges, Medora. Mrs. Daris Weincht,Edwardsville St. Joiejtli'9 Medical Treatment Mrs. Laura Hubbard, 80 Easl Acton, Wood River. Douglas fiurch, Rl, East Alton Deborah Kelley, 11 S. Second, Wood River. Edwin Thomas, 3608 Western. George Tolle, Godfrey. Louis Wagenblaat, 515 Sanborne Mrs. Maurine Blasa, 401 Brown East Alton. Surgical Treatment Miss Alberta Stewart, 901 Liberty Edward M. Amburg, Grafton. Mrs. Virgie Cherry, Franklin. Robert Brown, 3rd and Henry Mrs. Angeline Huff, 1506 Fourth Lester Smith, 744 Washington. Mrs. Margaret Curtis, Brighton ntfltnisfutta Don Baldridge, 221 Whifelaw East Alton. Mrs. Harriett Beall, 407 Ninth. Clyde Borman, 3004 Forrest . Mrs. Lucy Cook, 1000 W. Fourth Ray Edsall, 929 Alton. Mrs. Bess Freeman.3619 Bloomer Bonnie Inman, 163 Shamrock, EA William Kruse, Brighton. Mrs. Mary Lcssner, 2015 Main Mrs. Viala Lowry, 1334 Taylor William Marris, S. Roxana. Mrs. Urvana Morales, 319 Me Clure. Mrs. Lydia Plager, 729 Linden Joe Raglin, Rl, Godfrey. Odds and ends from the attic of Bernard Shaw's old home at Ayot St. Lawrence, England, brought $504 at an auction. Fine Food At Its Best And At Reasonable Prices • We Specialize In. Steaks • Sea Food • Chicken OPEN DAILY 11 A. M. TO 2 A. M. SKAGG'S Steakhouse Edwardsvillc Road WOOD RIVER PHONE 4-7612 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH North Alton Mews Mr. and Mrs. Delmtr R. Sehrumpf of 3275 Hawthorne St., and Mrs. Rita Sehrutnpf of 3218 Mills St., parents afsd wife of Delmar Schrumpf Jr., have received word that he has been promoted to the rank of first lieutenant. Lt. Schrumpf, 23, received his promotion while serving in Korea with the 2nd Division. He left the United States Dec. 18, for, Camp Drake In Japan where he remained until shipment to Korea. He Is a supply officer in an armored division. Lt. Schrumpf Is a 1952 graduate of the University of Illinois, where he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the ROTC. In September he was activated at Ft. Knox, Ky., transferred to Camp Pickett, Va., and received special schooling at Ft. Meade. He was married in June to Miss Rita Heyen, daughter of Clarence Heyen, with whom she lives. The newly commissioned first lieutenant receives his mall addressed to First Lt. Delmar ,R. Schrumpf, Jr., 01883326, 9th Inf.. APO 248, c/o P.M. San Francisco, Calif. Communion Service A capacity crowd attended Maundy Thursday communion services in Elm Street Presbyterian Church. It. was the first communion at which the new pastor, the Rev. William R. Kimbrough, served, and he chose as his subject: "What the Lord's Supper Means." Leo Ingrande was soloist, and the choir presented an anthem. Dates of Carnival Selected Harry Boyer lias been named chairman of a committee to plan Cor the annual carnival of North Side Playground Association to be held July 19-25. Other members of the committee are Jack Turner, Ray Smith, Ed Cornell and John Kennett. A spokesman for the group said that bids would be received from North Side merchants on a V&-ton room air conditioner which would be first award during the carnival. The committee will consider all bids for purchase of the conditioner. Announcement will be made later on the successful low bidder. The Association, which meets each second Monday of the month, is headed by Vernon Johnson. Clarenge Edgell is general chairman of the carnival. Bridgeman Girl Injured Fifteen-year-old Carol Bridgeman was taken to Alton Memorial Thursday afternoon where she had X-ray to determine extent of injuries received when brushed by a car at Elm and Alby Sts. during a heavy rainfall. Carol, en route home from West JuWor High School, step- p*d <JW of a ear at Mleftoff store and was immediately struck by the automobile driven by Herbert Winters cf Locust St.. who took the cWM ind her mother to the hospital. The Whrters' automobile was going north on Alby and Carol had just crossed the street from the Henderson serv Ice station comer. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bridgetown of 2324 Alby St., Carol is «ble to be up. She sustained bruises, but results o X-ray has no! been determiner yet. Store Window Broken In Freak Auto Mishap Listed by the police shortly after 6 a.m. today was a freak traffic mishaii which resulted In the breaking 'of a show window at Carl's shoe store, 123 \V Third St. According to the report, An drew J. Steward Sr., of Route 1, Bethalto, I employed In the First National Bank & Trust Co building, parWd his sedan on Belle near his place of employment. The car, due to reasons undetermined, (rolled backwards across W. Third and collided with a bus stop sign at the south curb. Apparently the sign was knocked across the sidewalk to strike and t>renk the window Police notified Manager Marion B. Bonn of 921 Ha\vley Ave., and kept watch at the store fron until he arrived. • Two Divorces Granted In City (fourt Thursday Two divorbcs were granted after hearing of the respective suite before) Judge Streeper in City Court at the weekly motion- day session,) Thursday. Jerome Lammy secijired divorce " from Rose Marie Lammy of 1110 E. Broadway oti grounds of desertion, and thi defendant's former name of Farmer was restored. Zelda Griisby of 1124 E. Sixth St., obtaineq divorce from Ervin Grigsby of tlartford on ground: of cruelty, and a decree embody ing the couk's decision was 6r- dered to be submitted. A hearing was opened, then recessed for presentatior of further evidence in the divcrce suit of Carolyn Slinkard of 605 Wyss St. against Lyman Slinkard of 717 E. Sixth St. Mrs. Slinkard in her complaint mad(» allegations of cruelty. SAFEST PLACE FOR AIL YOUR VALUABLES... . . . M in a Mf« deposit box. Cost* to KrH«, m«on« so much in ptoce of mind. First National Bank & TRUST COMPANY in Alton Capital and Surplus Jl.750,000 Third * Belle Street. « Alton, Dlino., MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION "THANKS" I wish to sincerely thank my many friends for the vote for State Senator on the Republican Primary Ticket on Tuesday, April 13, and will very much appreciate any support given me in the November General Election. SEN. MILTON "MINK" MUELLER STATE SENATOR 47TH DISTRICT PAGE NINE TO ALL ADVERTISERS In order to insure publication ol your advertisement on the date scheduled ADS SHOULD DE IN OUR DISPLAY DEPT. DEFORE 4 P.M. - TWO DAYS DEFORE PUBLICATION Merit? Mi — 4 P.M, Friday Thursday Adt _ 4 P,M, Tuttdi A* -4 P, M, Saturday Friday Adt - 4 P, M, Wtdimda -ay Alt - 4 P, M, Monday Saturday Adi - 4 P, M, Tburtda SMALL APS ACCEPTED UP TO It A. M. THE DAY iirOKI PUBLICATION Your Cooperation Will Be Appreciated TO FURNISH NEW LOBBY.—Post Commander Lawrence Crone, representing the JcwcyvHIe VPW Post, and Mrs. Mardelle Dehne, VFW Auxiliary meg. Meat, present a $1000 check from their groups to B. Leo Smith, chairman of Jersey Community Hospital. Woman Gets Reward For Preventing Flood CHICAGO .T - The C h I c a g o Sanitary District has given a $2J a month salary raise to a woman entfneer who kept the Chicago River from flooding the Union Station after a four-inch rain March 25-26. Mrs. Maria Maiuccl's skill and judgment in directing the raising and lowering of lock gates at Lake Michigan and at Lockport, III., was credited with keeping the river water below a level that would have flooded the big railroad terminal past which it flows. The river rose about four feet and at one time was within 18 Inches of going out of Its banks west of the loop where It abuts the Union Station yards. But It went no higher. As a reward, the 30-year-old brunette engineer's salary henceforth will bo $375 n month. Egypt lilts PITM CAIRO, Egypt A» -Egypt's mill- tary regime Thursday night abolished the press syndicate which took care of publisher-worker Interests and charged papers and newsmen with taking secret pay from politicians of ex . king Farouk's time. Alton Youth Suffers Bnrns In Mishap Guy Beets, 18. was admitted to Wood Rfvrr Township Hospital Thursday for treatment of second and third degree bums of ttie left leg. He was burned In a freak flash of fire after filling an atrto- moblle gas tank at Ms place of employment, the Wiegand Oil Co.. East Alton. His mother, Mrs. Guy C. Beets of 4048 Alby. said she understood he had reentered the building aft er servicing the tank when the flash occurred burning his leg. He was alone at the station at the time of the mishap. Annual Reports By City Officials First Annual Statement By Library Board. Tho season has opened for filing of annual .reports of city of city officers and .city agencies, and the City Council has received and approved annual reports of City Treasurer Osbornc, City Comptrollde Sullivan, and the first annual report of llayner Public Library, submitted over the signature of the librarian, Robert E. Hamilton. Other annual reports called for by city ordinances are expected at the next meeting, May 25, when the annual reorganization of the council will take place and annual appointments of the mayor will bo submitted. Under appointments, Mayor Struif named Meyer S. Kirstein a member of the Commission on Human Relations to fill a vacancy left by the death of the late Meyer Wiseman. Alderman Elliott had referred to the city comptroller and city counsellor a request to investigate and seek some valid means whereby the city can end irregularity of paydays for employes and officials of. the city (other than hourly employes.) Needed, ho explained, is a plan that will provide regular paydays, twice a month, and end the present system where four times a year there comes a three-week intermission between pays, and two months as fiscal years end and closes when salaries are paid on a monthly basis. Elliott remarked that he once had been a city employee (policeman) and knew how much a system for regular pay days would be appreciated. Alderman Molly as chairman of the street repairs committee secured authorization for his committee to call bids on materials needed for the annual program of maintenance for both the arterial and other city streets — mainly, oil and chat. Molloy also secured adoption of* a resolution appropriating $18,900 of motor fuol taxes for arterial street work. The resolution lists the streets and scope of work to be.done — mainly the usual grading, asphalting, or oil treating. A representative of Memorial Day Council asked the city council to make a small appropriation to help pay the cost of tho annual Memorial Day observance at National Cemetery, Monday, May 31, Cemetery exercises will be preceded by a parade, route ol which has shortened by making Henry at Broadway the starting point. When the wind blew the cover off a ventilator In a house at Le«k, England, a 1751 Spanish gold coin was revealed. with any liptlitk you Jiav* tv«r P6RRLS uitne CORRECTION! the prion of RiulUhfn Mid Green Onion* Appmtrcd Incorrectly in «w TftufMlfty Ad. SHOULD HAVB M5BN FINEST RADISHES ir MEEN ONIONS 2 Beta. 90 PAUL DAVIS &SONS Brown 4 Wmhlnyton Area Methodist Men To Install Officers Methodist men of Allon-Kd- wardsvllle area will have a quarterly meeting and installation of officers during a dinner- meeting at the First Methodist j Church, Wood River, at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday night. Guest speaker for the evening will be Harold Oothen ofStaun- ton High School. Special music will be provided by Ed Scarborough of Wood River church and Neal Claussen of the Bo- thallo church. A. G. Uzzell of Wood Rivet- is to be Installed president to succeed Aubrey Andrews of Bethalto. Officers were elected at the January meeting. Marilyn Monroe Wants Little DiMaggios HOLLYWOOD #—Marilyn Monroe says, "I'm not pregnant, but I wish I were. Joe and I want a lot of little DiMaggios." On her first dny at work since her marriage Jan. 14 to ex-baseball player Joe DIMagglo, the 20th Century-Fox star also told inquiring reporters Thursday. • Sun Francisco will remain tho DiMaggios' home. They'll rent a house here and commute between films. She's learning to cook but JOG "Is much better at making spa- ghett." She declined to say how much her new contract pays her. Some reports have put it as high as $100,000 per picture. Before squabbling with the studio, which put her on suspension until she signed the new pact, she earned $750 a week. MEN'S REGULAR $10.95 FRENCH-TOE OXFORDS Guaranteed All-Leather Shoe* "JACK DANIELS" Mnd« by .lohnnle Wftlktr • TAN • OXBLOOD • SUCK SpoclftI Until Efl«t«r OnlyJ Mode by o nationally known factory Fomout Quality Sale! Men^s Better Grade OXFORDS Endicott- Johnson Reg. $6.95 Seller* AR Shown Plus Four 'Othnr Stylet OLDER BOYS' SIZES, 3 J to 6} A Real Buy at Western Shoe Store On* Location Only at 804*06 E. Broadway SINCE 1920! I1KTWKKN OAK AND SPRING STREETS lltKK PARKING OX SPRING 8TRKET Studebokar first in actual miles per gallon I Studebaker first in ton miles per gallon! Studeboker first of all cars with Overdrive! Studebaker first of all Automatic Drive cars! * Poet not »mear • Daei not dry lift • Slay* en all dny • No umxy ia*i« • Pinning fmyruntt T HREE Studebaker* make clean •weep in 20-car field representing 13 makes-aU stock models! Studebaker gets most miles per gallon of all sixes and eight* in the gruelling 3-day Mobilgas Economy Run of 1335 miles from Los Angelea to Sun Valley I A Studebaker Commander V-8 Land Cruiser with Overdrive captures the Grand Sweepstakes Award with amazing average of 60.84 ton miles per gallon—38.1 *ctu»l miles per gallon I A '54 Studebaker Champion with Overdrive made the best actual gas mileage of aU cwi in the Run—« setwational 29.57 mile* to the gallon) A Studebaker Commander V-8 Land Cruiser with Automatic Drive topped all other "automatics" in the Run with 24.58 miles per gallon I You can buy America's No. I economy car—a 1954 Studebaker —Studebaker Automatic Drive or Overdrive is available at moderate e«tra cost in any model. See your nearby Studebaker dealer I STUDItAKIR COMMAND!! 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