Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1954 · Page 11
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Member of The Associated Presjs, 56 Per Copy. Rotations Section 2 Pages 11-18 Tour •^rm/'um'm w%*w mf*J m. **r W f Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Member* of ferer t parts of the building threi ways. When the beatng down on the part of the building, the control the Jerseyville Rotary Club made a tour Monday noon ol the new hospital prior to their ,. „ „.,„, weekly dinner meeting at t h e can be adjusted to lower the Peace Evangelical and Reform- amcwmt of heat being sent to that ed Church. The club members met at the courthouse lawn where they sir v.-ere picked up by bus and tafc - «— r " - _ - .- — — D .,„. ., lohJ i.,. n ull ut , MC n , , JJt . riufjje of Mrs L*UilP. f HZ' en to the hospital which is now hospital the club members were patrick. after school when Ml in (ho final cfatffaa nf hairier rnm. talraU h«r !««•• *« <UM a..*-.* f..-_ _i • .... « " . _ ' ing. Hofipital the final stages of being completed and made ready for open- Administrator Ray mond A. Fleetwood met the gi-oup at the emergency entrace pt the northwest corner-of the building, and from there they were taken through the various rooms of the place. Equipment Equipment for all but six beds of the 40 bed hospital has been donated, Fleetwood announced. There are 16 two-bed rooms and equipment for these has all been donated. There are two four-bed rooms, and two of the beds for me of the four room affairs have been donated, leaving but six more to complete the bed setup. The intallation of equipment for heating" and other purposes located in the basement is about complete. In the basement aparl from the heating units are rooms housing clean linen, one for the soiled linen, one for food storage, one for drug storage and one for old records of patients who have been discharged. A work room is also housed In the basement. The heating system Is devised to control the heat to three dif- Barleffs Qualify Men's Wear COOL wear (gain ' fcy *Dunk 'n Dry Juit dunk 'tm, dry 'em, 'em! Do it again and i before Nylord* ilacks n« . . pressing) You'll look cool and trie* all summer long. •75% Orton-25% N*M • Blue • Tan Barleffs Greater Alton's Quality Store for Men and Younr Men in sun is eastern , . -' -••,»» -.-T\I*.I v. i en n i'j nuiurtr areal and so to the other two the right arm in a fall Fridav sections of the hospital as de- The little boy and his brother L.- wp re Ptayihg on the hack porch Mowing the inspection of the at the home of Mrs. Lillie Fitz- taken by bus to the Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church whe serv ed by the ladies of that Bre -------- i ..... . n_ IT043 larvvii 10 Ol. «JvJT- the weekly dinner was eph's Hospital where the ffac- l**» 4-t^^. l_Jt^_ j.* i* .. • .. . ... chuich. President M. Edwards turned home Monday. d, presided. Addresses Group Administrator Fleetwood ad- While Mr. and Mrs. Brickey were at the hospital with Ml, ... • --•- — ehael Saturday morning, Mr dressed the group briefly and Brickey's 82-ywr-old grandmo h ansfered a number of questions er . Mrs. Jennie Darr, died 5, put to him by members of the clu He indicated there was 24 sortie probablity the hospital may be ready by July 1 and he hoped thai not later than July 15 at the latest. He said the chief personnel problem now is obtaining enough trained and registered nurses. He indicated that a minimum of from eight to 10 such trained nurbes will be needed before the hospital can begin functioning. There will be no school of nursing conducted at the local hos- pitil here and there will be no interns. Arrangements will be perfected to call a local physician when emergencies arise, but there will be no physician on constant duty at the hospital. It is expected to work out a schedule with local physicians in advance of the hospital opening. Six Jersey Students Take Scholarship Exam JERSEYVlLLE.-The office of O. A. Wilson Jr., superintendent of schools of Jersey County, re- po'ts that six students wrote the cx-imination for scholarships at this University of Illinois Saturday at the courthouse. Those writing were: Roger Day and Robert Brakeville of Jtjrseyville, Daniel Wallace, Robert Montgomery, Delbert Wble and Miss Mary Jane Rozum of Grafton. Attend Youth CongjnM JERSEYVILLE.—Eleven young people from the Jerseyville Bap- ti t Church attended the Youth ngress at Waukegan April 23, and 25. They were: Dorothy Lock, Joyce Meyers, Shir- leV Weller, Janet Ozbun, Karen L»rrimore, Sandra Davis, Fran- cifs Thiel, Frances Davis, Conn^e Dawkins, Patsy Perdun and Diana Davis. The group was accompanied by the Rev. Carl C Moman, pastor, and Mrs. Mo- rriam. Delegate to Convention JERSEYVILLE.-Mrs. Rodney C. Jacoby returned Saturday from Chicago where she had been since Wednesday attending the state convention of PEG Sisterhood held at the Edgewater Beach Hotel. Mrs. Jact)by was a delegate to the conclave from Chapter GB of the IEO Sisterhood of which she is currently serving as vice president. Injured While Training Horse JERSEYVILLE. - John Lamb i? a patient in Memorial Hos- I'ital, Elmhurst, 111., recuperating from injuries sustained recently. Larnb, who is a well- l:nown trainer for racing horses was out on the circuit with a string of horses. While putting the animals through their paces, one of the horses reared up and jell, knocking Lamb down and falling on top of him, causing he leg fracture. Doctor on Vacation JERSEYVILLE.-The office of Dr. H. E. Wuestenfeld will be blosed from Wednesday until Monday while he is on a fishing trip in Mississippi. Mrs. Wuestenfeld will accompany him on (the trip. VI«IU Local Rotary Club JERSEYVILLE. —Clyde Leon- ird of Bethalto was a Jersey 'ill* visitor Monday and while ire attended the noon day meet ing of the local Rotary Club. Leonard is president of the lary Club at Bethalto. ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, APRIL 27,1954 Fractures Arm Michael Bfiekey Off Neighbor's Porch JERSEYVILLE. -Michael Brickey, 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brickey Jr.. of this city, suffered a fracture of chael slipped and fell from the porch. He was taken ture was reduced and he re- JERSEYVILLE - the Annual physical education field day for students 6f the rural «hd village attendance .centers of Jersey County win b* heM this year at Otterville em April 30. The office of County Superintendent of Schools 0. A. Wllsoft Jr., will be in charge of the program. , The basic plan is that a student must qualify in four of the •six events in order a physical Last year over Telegraph Want Adi "Click Yov Tike No Chinees Who W« PROCESS AND FREEZE YOUR FOODS KUNKE LOCKER PUNT SUtfc MM 0*k St* Alton • OFIN 7:30 A, M, . 9:90 P, Jerseyville. Radio Demonstration JERSEYVILLE. - Pupils of the Kane school were shown a demonstration the past week of hoxv radio works. The demonstration was conducted by Orlin Nelson Jr.. and James Lfongley Jr., of Jerseyville. Nelson operated with his equipment in a truck at the school in cooperation: with the local station operated in Jerseyville by Langley. Students at' the school were permitted to talk and operate the equipment during the demonstration. Mrs. Rertman In Honpltnl • JERSEYVILLE. - Mrs. Theresa Bertman is a patient at St. John's Hospital, Springfield. She underwent surgery today. Tarty for Grandchild % JERSEYVILLE. - Karen Lahey, five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lahey of Alton, was guest of honor at a birthday anniversary party Sunday at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Mundle, of the Delhi vicinity. It was Karen's fifth birthday. Others present were: Mr. .and Mrs. Kenneth Mundle and children of the Delhi vicinity, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mundle and children and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hacgele of Alton. Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Events Scheduled Established Jan. 15, 183ft. Physical Education Field Day April 30 At Otterville for Jersey Rural Graders John McGnire and Mrs, Crowe Jerseyans Elected to Head Madison County VFW Council for -certificate. 300 boys and girls were able to meet t h e,, requirements. The field day will begin at 10 "a. m. and participants may either bring their lunch or purchase sandwiches, soda, candy, etc. for sale on the 1 grounds. Transportation for contestants will b\! provided by the school board, the bus schedule being arranged so that the drivers can make their regular runs and then pick up Ihe contestants and have them at OHervllle by 10 a. m. Any other student who can arrange his own transportation will be welcome to attend the meet. The other children of contesting schools will be dismissed for the day. Each school entered will participate in the opening exercises, and students will line up in single file behind the sign bearing the name of their school. After'the opening exercises all will hold their places until after all announcements have been made and the signal for the races to begin is given. Six events have been scheduled for the meet including, sit-ups, sprints, standing broad jump, softball throw, running high jump and basketball pass. Telegraph Want Ads "Click" JERSEYVILLE — John 3. McGulre Jr., of this city \vas elected commander of the Madison County Council of Veterans of Foreign Wars, arid Mrs. Edward Crone also of this city was elected president of, the Woman's Auxiliary of the VFW County Council, at «he meeting of the organization Thursday evening in ColHnsvllle. McGulre Is a past commander of the Jerseyville Post VFW and Mrs. Crone is currently serving as president of the Jersey, ville VFW Auxiliary. Other Auxiliary officers nam- ;d were: Mrs. Arthur Curfman if Wood River, senior vice president; Mrs. Alice Deterding of Collinsville, junior .vice president; Mrs. Joe Carnella of Edwardsville, treasurer; Mrs. Norma Sminchak of Vandalia, chaplain; Mrs. Jack McGuire of Jerseyville, conductress; Mrs. Jack Creekmore of Wood River, guard; Mrs. Gladys Niggli of Highland, past president, and Mrs. Virginia Benefiel of Wood River, trustees. Appointive Officers Mrs. Crone named the follow- Ing to appointive posfs; Mrs. Henrietta Jenkins, ColHnsvllle, color bearer; Mrs. Mardelle Dehne, Jerseyville, Mrs. Jean Hamilton, Vandalia, and Mrs. Kenneth Secrest of Wood River, color bearers 1, 2, 3 and 4 respectively; Mrs. Grace Hattabaugh of State Park, flag bearer; Mrs. Julianna Brooks, Green- villt*, banner bearer; Mrs. Cleo Hofedite, Edwardsville, secretary; Mrs. Omar Rlechel, of Wood River, patriotic Instructor; Mrs. Villa Pulley, musician and Mrs. Olivia Artlmlse, Colllnsvllle historian. Mrs. Frailey scrvlcd as Install- fng officer for the ceremonies. Mrs. Nlggll was presented Ihc past president's pin and n gift from her officers, Mrs. Crone, new Council president, making the presentation. The Installing officer received a gift from the County Council, and corsages were prcs9ht.cd to her, to Mrs. Niggli and Mrs. Crone by m> Council. In addition to Commander Mi- Guii-c. officers elected for trs Madison County Council VFW IIeluded: William Nlggli of Higl- land. senior vice commandet; Jack Willis. Wood River, juniir vice commander; Gilbert Jaynet, Wood River, quartermastri; O'Kellip Summers, Wood Rive-, two year trustee; Charles Vat- ausdoll, Jersoyvlllr, threi yelr tnistrp; Virgil Meyers. .Iff- seyville, adjutant; Wilbur Shb- lock. Highland, judge advocae and William Mi-Fain. Granie City, officer of the day. Joe Carnella of Edwardsvlli?, state commander, Installed tie officers after the election. In New District Under the redistrictinft plm. the Madison County Council Is now a part of District 13 Instead of District 9. Tl-o offlcirs for District 12 will be eleced at a meeting to he held In tol- linsvllle on May 7. The next meeting of the Midi- son County Council will be bid in Jerscyville on May 20. Jls- trlct 9 will meet in Decaturon May 17. Those from here attending Ihc Council meeting were;-Mr. Hid Mrs. John J. McGuire Jr., kill Boatty, Virgil Meyers, Ctialos Vnnausdoll, Mrs. Mardella Dclne, Mrs. Iva Smith, Mrs. Lawrmce Crone, Mrs, Susie Crone an d Mrs. Edward Crone, Illinois GOP Women to Meet at Springfield JKRSKYV1LLE. - The Federation of Illinois Women's Retmb- llcan Cluhs will hold ft luncheon meeting in the ball room of the Abraham Lincoln Hotel in Springfield at 12:45 p.m., May 4. Any Republican woman Is eligible to attend, and Jersey County rcsi- dents should make their reservations with Mrs. Howard K. Parker ot Jerseyville by April 30. Oov. William G. Stratton-and other Republican state officials and primary slntewfde candidates and their wives expect to attend. This meeting will launch the Republican Women's campaign in Illinois. Mrs. Parker Is state historian and wil go to Springfield May 3 to attend a meeting of the ad- vtsory board. Return from fishing Trip JERSEYV1LLK. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Miller returned Sunday evening from a four-day fishing trip in Arkansas. Miller reported fishing was fair and that the couple caught a number BUTTE. Mont. /P- National Forest ranglrl h« going too rough whets they Hed to round up stray hwsfflr Oft orest land so they hired an iff* plan* to spot the animals. The pilot kept radio cotttfret with the rangers on hots«b*cfc and fold them where the rtflyl were located. « of black bass of the big WdBtfl arlety. Hi* JillfLiki Formula nMkfr lakii Irani Oil Ofin lurlioot ITS" it th« name of » MW oven cleaner that rtottt** oven surface! to grww-frt* newness without «crapln| or scrubbing. The tuostance ti bruihed on. allowed to stand, then wtpM clean with water. "ITS" oven cleaner ti available at Young's tor $1 and thli include* a plastic brush, "ITS" Is non-inflammable Mid MMM* tacular In performance* Adv. LAST OHANOE! ORDER TODAY! Telegraph Want Ads "ClIcW Frith Baktd OMIY Dally Birthday-Wedding C«ki>t Our Specialty. Ample Parking Available. 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