Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1954 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 26, 1954
Page 12
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ALtON EVEN1KO TELEOftAWt MONDAY, APRIL 26,1954 7 21 tlncontestd Granted EDWAftDSVTLLE. - Circuit ft. W. Griffith RranlfH 21 and a marriage amralrtrent FrMay. Decrees entered on proof of desertion «cere: Bernice Marie HOWP. from Augtrst Hort^e, wfth the plaintiff's mafden name of Paolt restored ; MftffftTet 0*Leary, from .Tames O'Liary; Orville Sander, from Betty Sander, and the defend- ' ant's maiden name of Grant re- j stored: Grace E. Pace of Wood j River Township, from Robert M. Pace, and custody of a child awarded to the plaintiff: Virfiil L. Darr, from .lean Darr, with the plaintiff awarded custody of a son and the defendant retaining custody of a daughter: Maiste Underwood of Alton, from Ernest Underwood, and the plaifftlff permitted to resume her former name of Reese; William G. Oliver, Irom Lucy F. Oliver. Granted divorces on grounds of cruelty were: Ruth Starkey from Enos L. Starkey; Margie Linebarger from Edwin Linebarger. and the plaintiff awarded custody of a child; Marjorle A. Newnom from George R. Newnom; Norma J, Collins of Wood River, from Paul J. Collins, and the plalntfif's maiden name of White restored; Dorothy L. Garner from Edgar R. Garner. with the plaintiff given cus. tody of two children; Mabel firy ant from Carl G. Bryant (the couple had previously been dl< vorced), and the plaintiff permitted to retain custody of two children; Betty J. Hicks from Orval D. Hicks, with custody of a child awarded to the plaintiff; Roberta M. Dorris of Wood River Township, firom Clyde Dorris, and two children awarded to custody of the plaintiff; Con stance M, Jacobs from Jerome Jacobs (the couple had previously been divorced), with the plaintiff retaining custody of a child; Betty A. Angle from Haydn E Angle, and the plaintiff's maiden name of Jones restored; Mary L, McKee from James E. Mo Kee; Franklin H. Hamilton from Elsie Willlne Hamilton, and the defendant's maiden name o Brannum restored; Herbert W Beck from Charlotte Beck, with the defendant given custody o a child. Hcttie B. Freeman obtained a divorce from Walter Freeman on grounds of habitual drunken ness. Also In a decree entered by the court, Mary Jane Bod! obtaincc an annulment of her marringc to Robert F. Bodi in a justice of the peace ceremony last July 18 in East St. Louis. The cam plaint recited that the ages ol the plaintiff and defendant were fraudulently represented as 18 and 21 in order (o obtain the marriage license, while at the time they were actually 17 nnc 18, respectively, and neither had obtained consent of parents. The plaintiff's maiden name of Bryant was restored. Denial Clinic SetAprilSO At Graf ton Gym GRAFTON.-The dental clinic will he held at the hfch school >{ym Friday af 9 a.m. Dr. B. H. Klitcc of .Terseyville will give thf rxaminaifons. The physical examinations and immunization will be given May 7 by Dr. Warrrn Hemple at his office beginning at 9 a.m. Miss Bftfy Stanley, nurse of Community Unit 100. will assist I>r. I Temple. The fee is $2 of vvhirh the PTA will pay $1 and he parents $1. Anyone having child to enter the first grade hould register with one of the members of the summer round p. They are Mrs. Edith Pltim- ner, Mrs. Norbert Wahl, Mrs. id Carey, Mrs. Dora Campbell and Mrs. Arthijy Wilson. Conlcp's Eslatr In Probate Court EDWARDSVILLE-In the flb- sence of a will, administration was opened Friday In the estate of Lee R. Conlee. 515, of Roxajin. i janitor In the Roxana schools 'or many years who died April 7. Heirs named wore a brother and three sisters, Oscar M. Con- ec of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Vlae^Daughtcry, Carrollton, who 'lied' the petition for administration: Mrs. Elsie Phipps. Alton and Mrs. Opal Wrllrr, Glrard. Value of the estate was not divulged. Brussels Woman's Clnfo Entertained Wednesday BRUSSELS. — Nineteen members of the Woman's Club met at. the home of Mrs. Hilda WelRle Wednesday evening. Mrs. Evelyn Nolle presented a program on "American Home and Garden." Plans for the annual county convention whirh will be held in Brussels in .Tune were marie. Mrs. Geraldinr- CappH of Alton was a guest. Assisting hostesses were: Ann TVlkamp and Julia Schul/e. Following llv program games were played and refreshments were served. The homes of former Presi dents Rutherford B. Hayes James A. Garfield and Warren G. Harding are preserved in Ohio. Alligators and caymans arc distinguished from crocodiles b> having shorter, blunter jaws, they are considered to be Ics active and vicious. FOSTER'S PRESCRIPTION SERVICE DAILY 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. SUNDAYS end HOLIDAYS 9 A. M. - 1 P. M. ond 4 P. M. - 10 P. M. 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