Arlington Heights Herald from Arlington Heights, Illinois on November 23, 1961 · Page 42
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PADDOCK PUBLICATIONS THURS., NOV. 23, 1961 or m omen Marianne Scott, Women’s Editor *»»»»»«•: * V * V> "W'<; jj| ' | Vi*'*"* •'■’ '-»* S TORKFEA THERS Pamela Jean Haak, second daughter for Mr. and Mrs. I Northwest Community hospital, Leonard Haak, 608 Greenwood, ¡ weighing 7 pounds one ounce. Mt. Prospect, was born November 5 in Lutheran General hospital weighing 7 pounds 11% ounces. Her sister, Carole, is 10% months. Grandmother of . the girls is Mrs. Geraldina Neuberger of Chicago. Wayne Emery Winters, fourth son for Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Winters, 1614 W. Central, Arlington Heights, was born November 7 in Lutheran General hospital weighing 11 pounds 8 ounces. Wayne’s brothers are Robert 12, Chuck, 9, and Terry, 4. He also has a sister, Debby, 3, and his grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krieman of Wild Rose, Wis. and Mrs. Louise Winters of Milwaukee. Amy Beth Radlein is the name Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Radlein, 640 W. Old Plum Grove, Palatine, have chosen for their third child. Amy was born October 28 in Lutheran General hospital weighing 6 pounds 15 ounces. She has a brother, Don, 12, and a sister, Becky, 9. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kranz of Palatine and Mrs. Bertha Radlein of Honolulu. Marcia Lou Olson, first child for Mr. and Mrs. Lowell T. Olson, 333 E. Center, Wheeling, was born October 24 in Lutheran General hospital weighing 7 pounds 2 ounces. Her grandparents are the Harvey Lun- deens of Minneapolis and Mrs. Herman Olson of Ludington, Mich. Lisa Ann Kaczor, born November 2 in Lutheran General hospital, makes the count two and two for Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Kaczor, 112 Crest, Elk Grove Village. Brothers of the b pound 3% ounce baby are Steven, 10, and Todd, 4. Her sister, Kimberly, is 5. Grandparents are Mrs. Nell Anderson of Arlington Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kaczor of Chicago. Mrs. Louise Charbonnier of Elk Grove is the children’s great-grandmother. Kenneth James Briegel is the name chosen for the 7-pound 11-ounce son born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Briegel of 270 N. Linden, Palatine. The birth date was November 14 in West Suburban hospital, Oak Park. The baby has one sister, Kelly Ann, 2%. Andrew Neal Tierney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Tierney, 1729 N. Kennicott, Arlington Heights, was born November 13 in Northwest Community hospital. His birthweight was 6 pounds 2 ounces. Fllen, 3, is the baby’s sister, and grandparents are Mrs. R. B. Kierit of Brookline, Mass., and the Michael Tierneys of Hammond, Ind. Eric Lee Brubaker makes it three children for Mr. and three children for Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brubaker of 140 Crest, Elk Grove Village. He was born on November 13 in Northwest Community hospital, weighing 7 pounds 14 ounces. The other two children in the family are Mike, 6, and Beth, 8. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carber of Fowler, Ind., and Dr. and Mrs. Leland Brubaker of Elgin. The other children are Stephen, 8%, Carolyn, 7, and Teddy, 4%. The Stuart Crails of Elk Girove and Theodore Rieglings i ot Broadview are the grandparents. Michael Shawn Hennegan was born in Northwest Community hospital on November 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hennegan, 315 S. George st., Mount Prospect. The baby’s brother is Timothy, 3, and sister is Marianne, 5. Harry Hennegan of Chicago is the children’s grandfather. Michael weighed 8 pounds 2 ounces at birth. David Allen Christopher is the first child born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Christopher of 2814 Cardinal dr., Rolling Meadows. He was born in Northwest Community hospital on November 12 and weighed 7 pounds pounds 7 ounces. Her brothers are Bruce Jr., 12, and Douglas, 19 months, and her sisters are Melissa, 10, and Deborah, 7. Grandparents are Mrs. Lawrence W. Moore of San Marino, Cl. and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Williams of Arlington Heights. Janet Marie Schreiber’s birth November 10 in Northwest Community hospital has evened the score for the Walter W. Schreibers, 1816 Park, Arlington Heights. Brothers of the 7 pound 14 ounce baby are Michael, 3%, and Mark, 1%. Her sister, Diane, is 5%. Grandparents of the children are the Henry Kunzas and the W. W. Schreibers, all of Urbana. Glenn Donald Zastrow, first child for Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Zastrow, 314 N. School, Mt. Prospect, was born October 29 in Lutheran General hospital weighing 7 pounds 7 ounces. His grandparents are the Wil one ounce. Grandparents are j ^am 2astrows of Lincolnwood the Leroy Arrasmiths of Rolling Meadows and Mrs. Annie Christopher of Anniston, Ala. Mrs. Nola Arrasmith of Rolling Meadows is the baby’s great­ grandmother. Brian Scott Lampley was born on November 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Lampley of 250 Highland blvd., Hoffman Estates. He is their fourth child, the others being Terri, 10, Neil, 7, and Denise, 4. Born in Northwest Community hospital, he weighed 5 pounds 14 ounces. Grandparents are the Harold Watts of Lambertville, Mich., and Cyril Lampleys of El Paso, Texas. Renee Catherine Peyton, first child for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peyton, 490 Navajo, Buffalo Grove, was born November 8 in St. Joseph hospital weighing 6 pounds 8 ounces. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Levine of Arlington Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peyton of Sac City, Iowa. The Fred Smiths of Prospect Heights are her great-grandparents. Paula Jeanne Thon, second daughter for Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Thon, 1112 N. Stratford, Arlington Heights, was born November 4 in St. Joseph hospital. Her birth weight was 6 pounds 10 ounces. The Thons’ other daughter is 2%-year-old Carol. The John Keenans of South Elgin and the Arthur Thons of Arlington Heights are the girls’ grandparents. T e r e s e Mae Bredfeldt, weighing 6 pounds 10 ounces, was born November 9 in Northwest Community hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bredfeldt, 1148 S. Brockway, Palatine. The Bredfeldts also have a 4-year- old daughter, Laurie Lynn. Grandparents of the children are the John Bredfeldts of Tampa, Fla. and Mrs. Elizabeth Rieder of Palatine. Pamela Jean Witzke, 6 pound 10 ounce daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Witzke, 1311 N. Walnut, Arlington Heights, was born November 9 in Northwest Community hospital. She has two brothers, Ralph, 15, and Donald, 13, and a sister, Debra Lynn, 5. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Estel Hess of Beckley, W. Va. and Mrs. Agnes Witzke of Niles. Victoria Ellen Moore is the and the Carl Himmlers of Niles. Michael Dean Gleich, weighing 7 pounds 5% ounces, was born October 30 in Lutheran General hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton F. Gleich, 420 Bob-O-Link, Mt. Prospect. The couple’s first child, his grandparents are the Elmer Gleiches of Mt. Prospect and Mrs. Maxine Hurst of Des Plaines. Just Around the Corner from Patty McArdle Thank You to MD Dear Peg: This is a love letter to: A Baby Doctor Who Martha Ann and Margaret Came to See Patrick at 5:30 in the Morning — Ann Cunningham, identical twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Byron C. Cunningham, 519 N. Wille, Mt. Prospect, are home from Lutheran General hospital where they were born November 2, but are still wearing identification bracelets. The babies are so nearly identical that neither their parents nor their six brothers and one sister can tell them apart. Martha’s birth weight was 6 pounds 7% ounces and Margaret’s, 6 pounds m ounces. The twins’ brothers are Walter, 15, Herman, 12, Hodson, 11, Byron Jr., 7, Wayatt, 5, and Marc, 2%. TTieir sister, Leah, is 8. Grandparents of the children are Mrs. H. P. Hodson of Villa Park, H. D. Cunningham of Lombard and Mrs. Margaret Cunningham of Elmhurst. Holly Jean Skoog, first child for rib*, and Mrs. Glen P. Skoog, 27 Mandel lane, Prospect Heights, was bom October 29 in Lutheran General hospital weighing 8 pounds 3% ounces. Holly’s grandparents are Paul Skoog and the Roy Meyers, all of Chicago. David Andrew Kahanic is the second son for Mr. and Mrs. Francis Phillip Kahanic, 508 S. Rammer, Arlington Heights. He was born November 14 in Northwest Community hospital During the First Snowfall of the Year. Dear Doctor: I love you. So do 6 million other mothers and children in our town. You are one of the gentlest, kindest, most patient people I know and a tireless, willing victim of all the little children who need you. Patrick’s cough had hung on for over a week, but last night it suddenly grew worse. When I put him to bed, I propped his head up a little higher, sprayed the room with a decongestant mist and then spent the rest of the night looking in on him every couple of hours. It wasn’t until I went in around 5 o’clock in the morning that I panicked. He was breathing with short, wheezing gasps that sounded as if each one would be his last. I called you. How do you manage to sound so calm and pleasant at that hour, while listening to a terrified, half coherent mother trying to describe the condition of her sick child and insisting that you come right over. In the background, I could hear the voices of your own children — the phone call probably woke them up. You arrived very soon — handsome, smiling, dressed for a Sunday morning and looking ridiculously as if you had slept undisturbed all night. Area Women Win Awards Mrs. A. J. Tomasek of Palatine, won a third place ribbon in the “Holiday Splendor” decorating show which was judged at McCormick Place November 18 as part of Lady Fair, the exposition dedicated to the American woman and her family. Mrs. Tomasek’s award was for a swag of fabricated materials. She is a member of the We went right up to Patrick’s room and what ^es Plaines garden club. was the first thing you did but pull out a rocking chair and tell me to sit down! While I sat like Whistler’s Mother, relaxed for the first time in 12 hours because you were there, you examined Patrick. The diagnosis was a cold and enlarged larynx and the treatment began with a shot of penicillin to be followed in the evening with penicillin pills. Patrick started improving within a couple of hours after you left — to go on to other sick children. I think if you ever moved away there would be a mass migration — in fact, the whole suburb would probably pick up and follow you! So don’t ever go. We need you. Wre love you. My love, Patty weighing 6 pounds 9 ounces. The Kahanics’ other son is 14%month-old Stephen. Grandparents of the boys are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schwanenberg of Chicago and Mrs. Anna Kahanic of Binghamton, N. Y. Brian James Godawa is the name Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Godawa, 3408 Peacock, Rolling Meadows, have chosen for their third child. Brian was born November 10 in Northwest Community hospital. His birth weight was 8 pounds 9% ounces. Michael, 5%, and Cyn­ thia, 4, are the couple’s other children. The Stephen Go- dawas and the Peter Klugs, all of Chicago, are the children’s grandparents. Scott Patrick Black, 8 pound 12 ounce son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Black, has completed a trio of boys at 164 Western, Hoffman Estates. Thomas, 6, and Timothy, 5, are his brothers. The baby was born November 15 in Northwest Community hospital and his grandparents, all of Chicago, are Mrs. Eran F. Woods and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Black. Robert Arnold Kost was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kost, 388 W. Emerson, Palatine, November 16 in Northwest Community hospital. Brother and sister of the 6 pound 14 ounce baby are David, 7, and Kathleen, 4. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kost of Arlington Heights and Mr. and Mrs. George Schuman, also of Arlington Heights, are the grandparents of the children. Among their great-grandparents is Mrs. Mary Anderson Another in the 9-day show was Mrs. H. I. Southerwick of Mt. Prospect, who received a fourth place award for her decorated packages. (S of Palatine. Christine Marie Goudie, second daughter for Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Goudie, 1420 N. Highland, Arlington Heights, was born November 15 in Northwest Community hospital. Her birth weight was 7 pounds 14 ounces. Joyce, 2, is the couple’s older daughter. Grandparents of the girls are Mr. and Mrs. E. Niedbalski of Arlington Heights and Mr. and Mrs. G. Goudie of Palatine. Daniel Gerard McGrath was born November 14 in St. Francis hospital, Evanston to Mr. and Mrs. John McGrath, 708 N. Evergreen, Arlington Heights. Daniel, weighing 9 pounds, one ounce, is the McGrath’s eighth child. 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