Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1950 · Page 13
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PAQB FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY. APRIL 26. Vh Society M, Phtitch Barbara Kay Burch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delberl Burch, born March 1, was christened in the Evangelical and Reformed Church, by the Rev. 0. W. Hcggemeler Sunday. The infant's sponsors were Mrs. Patrick Wllcher and Mrs. Melvln Dayi A christening dinner was served at the home of the babe's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Behnen, 3070 Alby street. Quests Included, In addllion to Barbara Kny's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Wltcher, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Day, Mr. and Mrs. Rugus Cuslc and son, Joe, nnd Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd McEuen. Named Delcirateft to Auxiliary Convention In meeting Tucday evening Auxiliary to Alton Branch, National Letter Carriers' Association, named delegates nnd alienates to the annual convention of tho Illinois Auxiliary to bo held at Bloomlngton May 26 and 27. Mrs. Luther B. Me- Coy of Alton, state president, will preside. Mrs. Fred Hltc and Mrs. E, A. Sprlnggale were elected delegates, and Mrs. Carl Bailey nnd Mrs. Warren Lodge, sr., as alienates. During tho convention Bloom- lngton Auxiliary will mark Its twenty-fifth anniversary. Mrs. Hnrry Sims, president, presided at the meeting, held with the Misses Alice and Amelia Rlngemann at their home, 1126 Logan street. After the business session rob-your-neighbor was played, and the evening was brought toVa close with the serving or refreshments. Qumt at Fontbonne College Dinner ' Sam Balaco attended a dinner-dance given by Fontbonne College, St. Louis, Monday night as guest of his daughter, Miss Mandy Balaco. The party was held at the Starlight roof of Hotel Chase, St. Louis. Miss Balaco la a Fontbonne student. Garvey-Echoli Rehearsal Dinner Friday , A rehearsal dinner honoring John James Garvoy and his fiancee, Miss Betty Jo Echols, will be given Friday night by Mr. Garvey's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herb, at their home, 1228 Rock Spring terrace . Members of :the bridal party and of the Immediate families will be In • attendance. . Mr. Garvey and Miss Echols will Be married' Saturday morn•Ing at 9 tfeJpcJt In St. Pat- rickVv Chtam and a wedding freceptlon will be held Saturday !evenjns, torn, 7 to 9 o'clock, at ,'the home:- of 'the* bride's mother, Mrs. Anna B, Echols, 2626 Sidney street, i Christian Doolrlne 'Confraternity Meeting Old .Cathedral Branch, of the • Confraternity of Christian Doctrine had a social meeting at Old • Cathedral ?Hall Tuesday night, and more "than 60 were in attendance. ' A movie: "You Can Change the World", was shown. The movie, In keeping with the "Christopher Move me n J," Is available to groups desiring to have It on programs. Many famous Hollywood stars appear In "You Can Change the World." Council's Annual Musicals Friday Alton Woman's Council's annual muslcale will be held Friday, April 28, Jiv the lobby of the Young Women's Christian Association. Members are privileged to bring guests. Mrs. Kline B. Grlgsby, chairman of the music department, has planned the program. Hostesses will be Mrs, George E. Wilkinson, Mrs. L. H. Dunham, Miss Flora Sonntag and Mrs. W. R. Curtis, Wesleyan Service Qulld Entertained Mrs. Elizabeth Show and Miss Leona Bryan entertained members of Wosleyan Service Guild, First Methodist Church, at the . home of Mrs. Show, 18 East Fifth street, Tuesday evening. A skit: "Century of Struggle," 'was presented by the Misses Nina Jones, Margaret Meyers, Geraldlne Buttry, Constance Smith, Betty Sanders, Marilyn Mason and Elizabeth Woods. Miss Etta Starkey was In charge of the program, including devotions. During a business session tho guild named the following officers: Mrs. Show, president; Miss Starkey, vice-president; Miss Birdie Ruedin, secretary, and Miss Edna Lynd, treasurer, Miss Bryan presided at the refreshment table, Mis* NntVA 1>e Mrnim to Wed Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Moore of 122 East Watklns street, Hartford, arc announcing the coming mnr- irlnge of their (daughter, Norva I Lee, to Jnmes IE. Jackson of [Granite City. Miss Moore \ graduated from Sthe East Alton- IWood River High School In Miss Moore. June, 1947, and attended Lake View College of Commerce. For the past two yenrs she hns been employed In Iho Alton office of Melropoll- Inn Llfo Insurij-ae Company. Mr. J nek son Is a son of Mr. nnd Mrs. James E. Jackson of Granite Clly. He attended the Grnnlle City schools nnd Is associated with tho Missouri-Illinois Furnace Company, Granlto City. lUch-.Stcfcomunn EtiKORcmnnt Announced Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stegemann of Bluffs, III., fire announcing I the engagement] nnd approach- \, Ing marrlago of /J their daughter, Doris June, to Stanley Rich of Mcdora. Tho man-Inge Is to lako place nt the Neely- vlllo Lutheran church, June 25. MI»» S(c«:em»nn Mr. Rich Is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rich. Minn Forcinbach to Wed N. E. Douglns Announcement la being made by Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fercn- bnch of Tourvlllc, Alton-Jersey- vllle road, of tho engagement of their only daughter, Delores, to Norman E. Douglas. An early summer wedding is planned by the couple. Mr. Wouglas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Douglas, 2504 Krum street, Is employed at the Sholl filling station In Norslde. He served in the Army Engineers division for 28 months, and was In Panama for six months. He Is a graduate of Alton High School. Films to Bo Shown nt YWCA Thursday Showing of films will make up a program to be given Thursday, Ladies Day Out, at 1:30 o'clock at the Young Women's Christian Association. "Four Hundred Years in Four Minutes," "The Family Album," "Dawn of Better Living" and "Gracious Heritage" will make up the program, In charge of Mrs. Norman Robey. Luncheon will be served from 11:30 to 1:30 o'clock. Benefit Donee nt Franklin Temple Walton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will give a dance, open to persons interested, Saturday night at Franklin Masonic Temple on Washington avenue. Donations received will be given to the American Cancer Society. S IWaroh 28 Wedding SIwlo Known Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pago of 1610 Joestlng avenue are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Serena Garrison, to Willard Draper of Roxana. The wedding took place March 23 before Judge Thomas Parker, at his home. Mr, Draper, who is attending Body & Fender School in Chicago, spent the week-end with his wife. Mrs, Draper will join her husband in Chicago at an early date. Wedding In Ottervllle Friday, May 5 Miss Helen Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Buhman of Godfrey, Route 2 will become the bride of Paul L. Cope, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lesler Cope of Otterville, al tho Ottervllle Baptist church Friday evening, ' May 5, at 8 o'clock, with tho Rev. Raymond Llles performing the ceremony. Relatives and friends of the couplo are invited to attend. Miss Taylor is an employe of Luer Bros. Packing Company and Mr. Cope is employed by the Jersey County Grain Co. Mrs. Jtuiiuu Hayes Honored on Birthday A paryt was given in honor of Mrs. James Hayes, at her home on Thirleenth street, Saturday night, and was planned as a surprise in observance of Mrs. Hayes' birthday. Dancing provided entertainment, and Mrs. Jesse Johnson and Mrs. Charles McFarland served lunch. Mrs. Hayes received anniversary gifts. Phi Unfa Knppii Announcement During April and May, Discount 9! 10% Off the Ori Price on MONUMENTS SUBSTANTIAL DISCOUNT ON MARKERS Buk«r Hill Vault ft Monument Work* 2814 ELBABtm ALTON, After S P.M. 8-8827 Dial Office Mis. George Horidrleks of Moro will be a feueat this evening al the annual Phi Beta Kappa dinner lo ho given at the Do Soto Hotel, SI. Louis. Mrs. Hendrlcks will accompany her daughter, Shirley, a senior student nt Washington University. Miss Hondrlcks was recently elected to membership In the national college scholastic honorary society. Tho dinner, Jointly sponsored by the Washington University chapters of Phi Beta Kappa and Sismia XI, will bo held In honor of Iho now members. Miss JTendrlcks wns a grad- untc of Alton High School, class of 1946. Kymfars-Hchauh Wedding .Tijnn 8 Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmor Schmib of West Alton nro announcing the engagement and approach- Ing marriage of their daughter, Kstelle, to E. James Rynders. The couplo plan lo be mnr- rlcd June 3. Mr. Ryndors Is the son of Mr. nnct Mrs. Frank W. Rynders, 1700 Central avenue. He Is employed by the Alton Plumbing and Heating Company. Miss Schauh Is employed In tho office of Brondway Cadillac Company. Mr. Rynders and Miss Schaub are graduates of Mnrquette High School and the latter attended Lako View College. Klttcr-Tliomptimi Wedding Monday Bouquets of white gladioli decorated the candlellghtcd altar of St. Norbert's Church In Har- dln Monday morning for tho wedding of Miss Virginia Rose Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thompson of tho Fleldon vicinity and John Barry Rllter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rilter of Jerseyville. The Rev. E. D. Butler officiated at the double ring ceremony at 8 o'clock and was celebrant of the nuptial mass which followed. Miss Lucy LaMar of Hardln, played the traditional wedding marches lor the processional and recessional and was accompanist for members of the choir of St. Norbert's school when they sang an "Ave Maria" and "Mother, At Thy Feel We're Kneeling." Miss Helen Thompson was bridesmaid for her sister, and Robert Rltter served his bfother as best man. The ushers included Charles Powers and Porter Stevens. The bride, who was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore a dressmaker's suit of summer white with accessories of navy and her corsage was composed of baby orchids. The bridesmaid was altlred In a suit of beige with which she used • green accessories and her corsage was formed of yellow roses. Immediately following the wedding a breakfast was served members of the bridal party at the home of the bride's parents. In the afternoon a reception for additional friends and relatives was. given at the home of the groom's parents In Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Rltter left later for a wedding trip to New Orleans, La. They will reside In the Houseman apartments on Mulberry street, Jerseyvllle. Mrs. Rllter, who was graduated from Hardln High School In 1948, Is employed at the Jerseyvllle branch of the International Shoe Co. Mr. Ritter is a graduate of Jersey Township High School, also finishing In 1948. He is associated with his father In the Jersey County Motor Company, Jerseyvllle. Wliitlng-IInueghan Wedding Plans Kenneth Whiting, son of Mrs. Agnes Whiting, 331 Bluff street, and Miss Patricia Ann Haneghan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haneghan of Bunker Hill, will be married in Old Cathedral Saturday, April 29, at 10 o'clock In the morning. The Rev. R. T. Shea will officiate. Harold Whiting will be best man for his brother, and Miss Edwlna Fensterman will be her sister's maid of honor. Upper Alton Woman's Club at Glen Cllffe May 9 Mrs. Frank N. Henderson and Mrs. C. C. Ellison will entertain tho Upper Alton Woman's Club Tuesday, May 9, at Glen Dr. Lynn Heads Memorial Staff To Take Office As Pre«i« dent in May Dr. Robert B. Lynn was announced as president of the -medical staff of Alton Memorial Hospital at a meeting of the staff Tuesday. Dr. Lynn and other newly-elected officers, Dr. Hubert L. Allen, vice-president, and Dr. MayhPlle P. Williams, secretary- trcnsurer. will assume duties of their offices In May. Dr. Lynn has practiced In Alton since 1946, shortly after he was released from duty In the Army Medical Corps. He Is a graduate of Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, and took his Interneshlp and residency at St. Louis City Hospital. In 104ft, In China, he was medical director and chief of the surgical staff of Froman Memorial Hospital, under the direction of Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions. He was called to active duly In the United States Army In 1943 In China, where he served ns surgeon, liaison officer, spent eight months behind Japanese lines collecting military intelligence and In rescuing air force pilots who had been shot down In air* battle. He was awarded the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, and the Army Commendation ribbon. He has written several articles for surgical literature and In 1048 WHS nwarded a fellowship In the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Lynn hns been active In service clubs in Alton. He Is a member of tho boorrt of dim-tors of the Rod Cross; a member of the board of directors of the Cancer Society; n director o- the Kl- v. jnls Club, and Is commam' - of Alton Post 1308, Veterans of Foreign Wars, nnd a member of Alton Shrine Club. Dr. Charles D. Ehlert, retiring president, presided at Tuesday's gathering, a luncheon meeting, in the hospital dining room. During the meeting a clinical program Including the showinjj of a motion picture, "The Heart," was presented, and resolutions of regret In the loss of a member of the medical staff, Dr. William A. Skeele, who died Sunday, were adopted. The staff members directed that a copy of the resolution of regret in the loss of Dr. Skeele as "an honored and esteemed member of staff" be sent to his family, and that a copy of the resolutions be recorded in the minutes of the organization. Personals Mr. and Mrs. R. Perrln Winter the former Miss Alma Turner, are moving to Florida from La Grange 111. Mr. Winter has purchaser a lumber yard at Largo, and the family will reside in nearby Clear water. They expect to transfer residence by May 12. Church Events Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet this evening al 7:30 o'clock In the, Grace Annex Mary and Martha class will have its monthly meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the First Christian Church, Eighth and Easton street. Warm Gulf Stream waters, colliding with cold Arctic waters causes the rough water off Cape Hatteras, N. C. Cllffe, the home of the Trail Rangers. A program will be given in observance of Music Week, and Miss Vera Jones, choral director of East Alton-Wood River, will be guest speaker. The club had its annual meeting yesterday with Mrs. W. J. S. Combs and Mrs. Harry Mantz, at the home of Mrs. Combs, 1624 Annex street. Officers for 1949-1950 were re-elected, and Mrs. Sidney Drake and Miss Nancy Lowry were named to the executive committee. Officers are: Mrs. U. P. Johnson, president; Mrs. R. D. Johnson, vice-president; Mrs. W. L. Fablanic. recording secretary; Mrs. W. C. Buchanan, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. •H, Clark Foster, treasurer. Refreshments were served during a social hour. PERSONALITY BEAUTY SHOP 25 N. WOOD RIVER AVE. Dial 4-6591 Offers Pre-Suminer Specials Open Every Evening The HOP \\ 7 hove Spring fever." —-Common complaint, If Spring lever makes you list* less, just reach lor your tele* phone and phone your order to 3-7513. With the magic of Springtime our delivery man will appear at your door, and you can enjoy your Spring lever without stirring a step. TRUST US - WE SPECIALIZE J, Russell Pale 16 Gait Broadway 0. J. Fitzgerald DR. R. B. LYNN Y-Capades Slated May 4-5 at YWCA 28 Girls to Stage Water, Fashion Show A cast of 28 girls, from 9 to 18 years of age will appear In Y- Capades, a combined water and fashion show at 8 p. m., May 4 and 5 at the Young Women's Christian Association pool. The girls are members of the Aqua- dues and Aquaducling swimming clubs of the Association. Beginning with a demonstration of strokes, the junior club members will open the program and then join senior members In relay and diving exhibitions. The second portion of the program will be a water ballet in four acts entitled "South American Cruise" and a fashion show of beach wear by Bond's. Rhumba Fantasy, Jalousie, ritual fire dance and Brazil are the titles of the acts to be Interpreted in ballet. Between the ballet acts, Bond's will conduct the modeling of their beach fashions. Tickets will be limited for each performance. Only 200 tickets are available for each night since It is the limited number that can be seated for each performance. Tickets are In the hands of members of the cast, at the YWCA office and at Bond's. Although no extreme costumes are planned for the show, colored lights will be used for the water ballet lo lend effect. Contributions given for the show will be added to a fund already slarled for a record player lhat can be used during £ /immlng instruction and for musical effects for future water shows. _ Mrs. Hodson Elected To District Office Mrs. Jessie Hodson, member of Carlln Rebekah Lodge, 248, was elected vice-president of the Twenty-sixth Districl, Rebekahs, In meeting Monday at Granite Cily. Mrs. Henry Cleve represented Carlln lodge at the meet- Ing. Officers elected, in addition lo Mrs. Hodson, were Mrs. Mary Corwln of Belleville, president; Mrs. Jlmmle Braun of Lebanon, warden; Mrs. Ethel Snow, East St. Louis, secretary, and Mrs. Marjorle Struckhoff of Collins- vine, treasurer. Madagascar Is establishing "de- ticking centers" for poultry. Hospital Notes Memorial floxpitat Medical treatment Claude Cope, 916 Belle. Mrs. Mary Hyde, Bethalto, Route Sandra Myers, East Alton, Route Mrs. Ida Blzallilon, Hardln. Myra Frances Phillips, 2131 Brown. Miss Donna Dawson, East College. Mrs. Amelia Wollenweber, 2820 Hlllcrest. Surgical Treatment Mrs. Mary Soudre, 902 Slate. Ray Dyer, 422 East Fourth. Wesley Tonklnson, Elsah. James Elble, 606 West Ninth, Wood River. , Dismissals David Zumwalt, 3402 Hlllcrest. Elmer Pohlman, 2932 Buena Vista. Mrs. Margaret Cletcher, 326 Tenth, Wood River. Mrs. Ellen Davis, 552 Third, Wood River. Mrs. Edith Scandrett, Rockbridge. Mrs. Sarah Tucker, Jerseyvllle. Miss Mary Fritz, lOll Marie. Mrs. Dorothy Bazzell, 1012 Ninth. Mrs. Anna E. Harris, 509 State. Charles Darr, Jerseyvllle, Route 3. Timothy Mlddleton, 3801 Aubln. Mrs. Rose Pemberton, 2113 Fernwood. Mrs. Gladys Lynn and Infant daughter, 1001 Washington. Mrs. Elizabeth Kelser and Infant son, 1507 Worden. ; Mrs. Betty Chrlstman and Infant son, Edwardsvllle. St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Treatment Mrs. Dorothy Brannon, wife of George Brannon, Eldred. Mrs. Maude Dalby, Brighton. Mrs. Julianna Osterman, Carrollton. Mrs. Charlotte McDonald, 1107 Harrison. Mrs. Neva McCarthy, wife of James McCarthy, 335 Bluff. Henry Wageman, Wesl Alton, Mo. Everett McBride, Nebo. Fred R. Hindricks, East Alton, Route 1. Miss Barbara Jean Hutcheson, Monticello College. Surgical Treatment Mrs. Genevieve L. Grove, wife of Wlllard Grove, 4032 Alby. Mrs. Nellie Almonroeder, 1031 Diamond. Mrs. Bernice Ull, 1633 Washing' ton. James Cunningham, 1124 West Fifth. John Funderulic, 67 East Lorena, Wood River. Henry Saenz, 344 Dry. Carl Cox, 520 Belle. Dismissals Mrs. Mary E. Lippoldt, 503 State. Fred P. Snell, 524 Belle. Joseph Ulrich, 3747 Aberdeen. Mrs. Mildred Volkert, Elizabeth Town. Mrs. Elizabeth Green, Godfrey. Mrs. Jo Alice Saenz, 244 Dry. Mrs. Catherine Tyburski, 102 East Date, Hartford. Mrs. Eva Townsend, 110 West Broadway. Mrs. Helen Wahl and infant son, Route 3, JerseyviUe. Mrs. Wilma Wenzel and infant daughter, 106 East Twelfth street. Diana L. Wendl'e, Jerseyville. Miss Claudette Williams, 254 West Salu. Joseph Williams, Route 2, Alton. Fox Winters, 701 Market. Robert Kline, 106 School, East Alton. James East, 207 Twelfth, Wood A Perfect Pair! The Shortie Cut and Our Permanent Wave .Mid-Week ~ Special Complete We cut, taper and shape your hair into a smooth cap that frames your lace with loveliness . . . easily taken care of lor summer. No appointment necessary, Beauty Salon, Second Floor, OUR NEW TEI NUMBER 2-7131 BEAUTY SHOP ffouptfttftft, 440 Whlttlaw AveTtue, Wdod Utter. Mrs. Loulie Allen, Route 2, Jer- geyvllle. Edward Emeflck, 28 Barnett, Wood River. Miss Ton! Mendelsohn, 12it State. Charle* McDonald, 4 East Sixth. Leo Paul Goeken, 3112 Leverett. Miss Carolyn Robinson, 272 East Elm. Norbert Snyder, 1328 Russell. Wood Wlfcr Tott?»ia/ifp Hospital Medical Treatment Mrs. Fannie Harris, Wood River Tunis Vanderzee, 736 Condit, Wood River. Mrs. Lena Hicks, 421 Church, East Alton. Mrs. Clara Naylor, 603 Brookside, Alton. Christina Black, 37 East Acton, Wood River. Barbara Jan Reed, Route 1, Ed- wardsvllle. Surgical Treatment Mrs. Laura Thomas, 412 South Main, Wood River. Sandra Welchbrodt, 620 Eighth, East Alton. Michael Hancock. 416 Ashlock, Wood River. Dismissals Mrs. Ruth E. Willis, 708 East Main, South Roxana. Lloyd Duffin, Alhambra. Ellsworth Menk, Route 4, Ed- wardsvllle. David Claytor, 126 West Second, Hartford. Mrs. Bessie Sevler, Hamburg. Herbert McVey, 223 Indiana, South Roxana. Mrs. Geneva Moore and Infant son, '400 North Delmar, Hartford. Mrs. Inez Hoorman and infant daughter, 1135 Madison, Wood River. Births Concordia Choir At Trinity May 1 River Forest A Cappella Group to Sing The nationally known a cappella choir of Concordia Teachers Col* lege River Forest, 111., will present a concert of compositions selected from four centuries of choral masterpieces under the direction of Vttcor Httdner in Trinity Lutheran Church, Blair and Central, Monday, May 1 at 8 p. m. Opening the concert, the cholf will commenmorate the bicentennial anniversary of the death of J. S. Bach with a presenatlon of his motet for double choir, "The "Spirit Also Helpelh Us." In its rendition the choir will perform the composition with the vocal ornaments authentically included as Bach himself has indicated them. In the second group, the choir will sing well known compositions arranged around the Christmas theme. In its closing group the choir will be heard in compositions by Johannes Brahms, J. C. Altnlkel, Ernest Pepping, and Healey Wil- Ian. Several of the selections will be Included in a record album to be released this spring by RCA-Victor. The concert is open to the public. eph's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Stephens, who reside at 1410 East Fourth street, are parents of another daughter, Jennifer. BEST SELLERS IN MIDWEST A daughter, weighing seven pounds and 12 ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benjamin Brldgeman, Godfrey, Route 1, at 1:12 p. m. Tuesday In Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Hays of Fremont, Mich., have announced the birth of a daughter, Martha Eleanor. The baby, their second child, was born at 7:16 p. m. Tuesday in Gerber Memorial Hospital, Fremont, weighing six pounds and 14 ounces, Mr. and Mrs. Hays have another child, a son, Henry Howard, 14 months. Hays, who is a bacteriologist at Gerber Products Co., at Fremont, is the son of Mr, and Mrs. W. O. Hays -of 942 Tremont street, and the grandson of Mrs. George E. Hays of 944 Tremont. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Walter Gibbons of 3533 Franor avenue are parents of a son, their first child. The baby, weighing five pounds and 12 ounces, was born at 1:40 p. m. Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Gibbons is the former Miss Clara Rider, daughter j of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rider. <A» reported by leading bookshop!) CHICAGO Fiction—"The Wall," "The Cardinal,'' "The Horse's Mouth," "Th» King's Cavalier." Nonfictlon — "Chicago Confidential." "The Baby," "The Maturt Mind," "White Collar Zoo." MILWAUKEE Fiction—"The Cardinal." "Richard Walden's Wife," "The Wall," "Th« Egyptlna." Nonfiction — "Chicago Confidential," "The Baby," "Your Dream House," "What Are These Wounds?" INDIANAPOLIS "Jubl- Brldal .The name of Victoria Lou has been given a daughter, born Tuesday at 9:11 p. m. in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blandino of 2735 North street. The baby weighed six pounds and one ounce, j- Mrs. Blandino was before her marriage, Miss Violet Bunse, daughter of Mrs. Daisy Bunse. Mr .and -Mrs. Jenner Stephens' are announcing the birth 'of a daughter, weighing seven pounds and 10 ounces, Sunday at St. Jos- Flctlon—"The Cardinal," lee Trail," "The Wall." Journey." Nonfiction—"The Greatest Story Ever Told," "American Freedom and Catholic Power," "The Art of Heal Happiness." PEORIA Fiction — "The Cardinal," "Th« Wall," "The Pink House," "Jublle* Trail." Nonfiction — "The Baby," "Th« Mature Mind." "The Higher Happiness," "A Guide to Confident Living." TRI-CIT1ES (Davenport, Moline, Rock Island) Fiction — "The Wall," "Mary," "Thc Cardinal," "Jubilee Trail." Nonfiction—"Worlds in Collision," "The Mature Mind," "The Greatest Story Ever Told," "I Leap Over th» Wall." ALTON (As Reported by Mather's) 'Fiction — "The Cardinal," "Tht 6ea Eagles." "The WalV'The Klng'i Cavalier." "The Horse's Mouth." Nonfiction —"The Baby," "Your Dream House," "This I Remember. "The Art of Real Happiness," "My Three Years in Moscow." Most of these books are in stock. K not we will get them for you proroptly. No extra charge. 207 PIASA STREET DON'T MISS SEARS FREE COOKING SCHOOL CONDUCTED BY MISS EILEEN HURLEY, SEARS' HOME ECONOMIST AT THE GRAND THEATRE 10A.M. April 27 and 28-Thursday and Friday OVER goo FRIZES GIVEN AWAY ONE-HALF HOUR RADIO BROADCAST DIRECT FROM ' ^ TME STAGE WITH AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION Featuring <• JEAN JONES aid JOHNNY OOUOHUN 11:30-12:00 EACH CAY, Station WOKZ EVERYONE WELCOME NO TICKETS NECESSARY FREE! FREE!

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