Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1954 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 22, 1954
Page 13
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THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1934 ALTON EVENING TETJttRAPH Hospital Notes EWred Bureau Unit Entertained Feltes, West Alton, P. Juergensen, 620 SI. J< Albert E. fetkorn. 1108 Troy. Rd.. Edwafdsville Reberra Mael Loy. 926 East fith Mrs. Eai-lens-' Rose Tharp, 2292 Bond Snrftoal Treatment Robert L. OsGrand, 416 Belte- vipw Ret ha Ulenij' Bourherte, 334 Georgp, Ealst Alton Miss Mary Ilou Myers, Blinker Hill Melody Sue Shift, Rt. 2, Godfrey Mi-s. Margaret Curtis. Rt. 1, Brighton Truman L. Read, 1530 East Fourth Harold A. Mo. Mrs. Emily Rozier Mrs. Kthel Schoeneweis, 518 George, w'ood River Mrs. Margdret DeVore, 1027 East'Fourth Mrs. Gertruilie Abischer, Brighton Robert Tuttl?, Ill Cooper, East Alton James Hoering. 3218 Hawthorne Mrs. Opal Kilters, Rt. 1, Godfrey j Marvin Splckerman, Bunker Hill I Herbert Watson, Jerseyville Mrs. Agnes A. Gates. Godfrey . Dismissals Mrs. MaUrinb Brooks, Edwardsville Mrs. Jessie Galdwell, 221 Hamilton .Tesse Convvi.y, Brighton Mi-s. Winifred Dinkor, 20 Mari- etla Mrs. Florim Mrs. Dorol Oakhurst Raymond 1,. Hamilton, 2206 Valleyvievi' William Keiler, Graflon \\'illiam Keijnp, 1113 Pearl Mrs. Charlotte Looper, 1409 Monroe Mrs. Annyte McCuen, Rt. 2, Fieldon Miss Ann E. Markovitch, 262 Madison Mrs. Leonurd Randolph, 431 Washington, East Alton Mrs. Eunic< Saxton, 512 Broadway Mrs. Shirley Stafford, Rt. 1, Edwardsville Miss Alberta Stewart, 901 Liberty Mrs. Norm i Strunk, 500 South Ninth, Wdod River Truman Thompson, Godfrey Wood River Township Medical Treatment Mrs. Wilmq W. Wetter, 435 Acton Mrs. Rosetla S. Pruitt, 3U2 Trumble, Alton Orland G. > Bramlcl, 824 Penning Mrs. Mari yn J. Mosby, 617 Lincoln, East Alton Mrs. Zaydu E. Anderson, 640 South Ninth " Terrence V'ayne Hedger, Alton Surgical Treatment Diana Kay Harvey, Hartford David A. Ljangel, Rt. 2, Greenville Mrs. Cleta ^. Stoneburner, East St. Louis j Walter J. Gromley, Hartford William T. Murray Jr., 330 Kennedy, East Alton Weiss, Dorsey i ELDRED-Mrs. Froman Holts- i worth of the Spankey community was hostess to the April meeting of the locstl Home Btrremi 1'nit at 2 o'clock Tuesday.afternoon. Mrs. Richard VarWe gave the secrelarial report and the mem- bership and treasurer's report was a discussion followed. given hy Mrs. Tommy Baker. The Guests present for the meeting ! r^2^?sr rr ™<^-«<- 1 The major lessen "What no We ««>'« "^ ««» Mrs. R«* Wrb- [Know About Laws Affecting Our ; *** ™* lhw ^^^ Mcmbm PAGE THIRTEEN Edwards, Godfrey iy Ferguson, 2401 Di8nii8§uln Renee M. Daniel P. poster, 481 Prospect James E. Barnard, 406 Lincoln, East Altcn Arthur Wi tjen, Hartford . Dyer, Roxana 139 Lakeside, East Mrs. Ollie Ray Miller Allpn Mrs, Mary tage Hilli Mrs. Alpha Edwards Mrs. Bettj ana Mert E. Brewester, Cot- J. Opel, 604 Dewey, Mrs. Virginia R. Autery, Cottage Hill Lee McGee, Rox- Altot\ Memorial cal Treatment Lylburn Hawkins, West Alton Edward Fiankfort, Rt. Bethalto Mrs, Stella 1 Fretz, East Alton Daniel Prii;e Jr., Wood River Mrs, June Voss, 1417 Milton Rd. Douglas Hike, Elsuh Mrs, Goldi; Edwards, 223 Maurice Roger Diltack, 1608 Joesting Mrs. Evelyn Brunner, 3207 Come-In-Plf.ce Robert Sutivk, 1201 East Fifth Noah Butty, Wood River Mrs. Bertlia Edwards, lla E. Broadway Surgical Treatment .lllOU* AL'V U Mrs. Lind Judy Kror Irvin Part Miss Gen North W Miss Billie 'Mrs. Eva Ross War Henry Eic William H view Wilhelm * pard Mrs. Loth Tenth James Chi Richard ft Mrs. Grac Broadwa Patricia B Dlslr BETHAL' Unit of the ing plans north-west Bethalto ft Wood Rive host unit. Tentative by an Atrii entertainmi Earthwoi all over tl •UCIL, mine nuu i Neunaber, Bethalto le, Edwardsville •idge, 2802 Residence svieve Goetten, 305 ishington, JerseyvUle Heidler, 2436 Miller DlBinlssalg Zeisset, East Altott 1, 816 Logan ien, Godfrey snderson, 2721 Grand- aufman, 630',« Shep- B Forcade, 511 East rry, Cottage Hills iller, 866 Washington B Bricker, 1320a' East f ryant, Rt. 2, Alton cl Meeting Set FQ — The Wood River Home Bureau is mak- or a meeting of the district May 5 at the ethodist Church. The Unit is to serve as plans call for a talk •an missionary and an nt program. ; tns are found nearly e world. ' Schools'.'", was presented by Mrs. j present in addition to those men- I tioned were: Mrs. George Farrow. o u_-» t» . j n_ , . "«!«•" «rir. jvii.v \, purse r arrow. Robert Best, and the minor les-1 Mr)( chnrles Mnston nnd Mrs. son. "Progam Planning", was Riven by Mrs. George Schild. The hostess reported on the 4-H club project sponsored by the unit and William Brannan. The next meeting of the organization will be held the third Tuesday in May. Bethalto Pupils To Attend Youth Government Program BETHALTO —Janice Nrwpomb and Max Gi-een. acrompnnied by- Miss Pepgy Juhrend. will be the Civic Memorial delegates to the state ynirth In government program in Springfield this weekend. At the annual mock-legislative session, bills will be passed in the House and Senate by the participating students. Gov. William Stratton is expected to address the assemblage, and A governor's banquet will be held for the students. The Civic Memorial delegation will leave Friday morning and return Saturday evening. The two local students will serve as congressmen, though It was not known definitely whether they will be senators or representatives. A student governor has already been selected. BETHALTO — In the Tuesday Men's Lenguc Leonard Tee and Fuel won two from the 140 Club. Schoft's Motor Sales wot) two from the Rotary Clnb, Beacon Finance won two from Knocho Television and Art Cleaners won two from Suessen Trucking. Art Cleaners, 2.545 and 914, captured team honors, and Ross Pellegrino, 632 and 225. had high individual totals. nrentMi Rtpect Truck BETHALTO - Village firemen expect delivery of the new fit* truck in about 30 days. The truck! chasis is currently in a special body shop for Installaton of fighting eftrfpmentpJJrtiicri fte Bethalto firemen tnoogm rtecfes- sary. tf> ftettrrn to State* BETHALTO — Mrs. George Cham pi in has received word tnat her husband is expected to retorn from Japan for discharge May 21. Pfc. Champlm Is the «sn of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chatnplln of Alton. The word "doTter" If A modified form of "thaler.*" < THIS IS IT! 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Good styles! Good colors! Volues to Girls' Spring TOPPERS Those values will be the talk of the town. So be an early bird and takw advantage of this special. Not all sizes. 2 Volues to 17.98 fir little Boyt' Spring COATS Save up to 50% off. Sizes six month*, 12 month*—1—2 and 3 year. Choice of tweeds and fancy flannels. Wrnlted quan. tlty, to hurryj

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