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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 11,1MO 'Hospital Notes Bethalto 2623 8an< 1120 Garden Rlvervfew Alton 4? Marietta Louise Rldder, 612 Me- E8f*s Haseker, 1107 E. 4th Beatrice Cramner, Rox- IWiomas Ray, Hartford Pnyflls English, Bethalto Mark Caselton, 221 E. 8th DISMISSALS Martha Thelsen, 303 Overhtll Carolyn Thornton, Godfrey Steven Sunderland, 235 Mounter Nicky Mikoff, 2825 Plalnview Chauncey Mutchler, Butler Robert Thurman, Hartford Mrs. Lots Dike, Wood River Mrs. Melba Hermann, 201 E. 8th Mrs. Mary Hardwiok, 848 Wash- Ington Randy Moose, Wood River Al Schmidt Roxana Max Henderson, Godfrey Phillip WhitJock, East Alton Mrs. tan« Sackett, 3010 Edge- Park Kuhn. 2708 Walnut !°^8f, gkntti Robert Oiler Jr.. Roam Prfrifhi Morrison, Mwoowbrook ttn. Gwendolyn M. Cirr, 984 S. Central Oca F. White, 398 19th Mrs. LoWemt RhDRds, Cottage Mrs. Etlttbtth Hoard, 406 Job, Bast Alton Carrie Lee Bernt, Bethalto IT. JOliPH't MEDICAL Mrs. Gladys Willlami, 1134 Rlley Mrs. Marilyn M. Moore, Rt. 1, Godfrey Mrs. Helen Grace Welch, Moro Mrs. Forrest I. Collins, 1629 Greenwood Mrs. Melrose E. Shlve, 422 Serlng Mrs. Vina Wright, Edwardsvllle SURGICAL Mlm Linda L. Gates, Cottage Hills Mrs. Helen S. Draper, Cottage Hitls James E. Schneider, 3429 Thomas Gregory D. Levers, 533 Alby Miss Carol Ann Frlsse, 3716 Western DISMISSALS John W. Speclale, Edwardsvllle Miss Emma Lenhardt, 815 Pearl Miss Julia Tracy, 844 Danforth Mrs. Dorothy M. Zlmmer, 721 C™ w ' n « 212 Mrs. la« S«ners. Wood River Pr Y, u "' u n" B 'rinrnn "wVV «„«, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, Jerseyville. Bruce R - T'P 10 "- 3217 Haw ' Mrs, Orsjei* Phillips, Rt. 1, Al- IMtt Kra. Ed^lna Zinn, 1808 Main Mrs. B31*i. Colley, Moro Mrs. Batty McGibany, Roxana Mrs. Eite* Stewart, Wood River Rotwrt Schrimpf Jr., 2823 Oraegs Mrs. Dotoris Southward, 807 W>^s JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Dale Foiles, Jerseyville. Patricia Pohlman, Jerseyville. Paul Lacy, Fieldon. DISMISSALS James Pointer, Chesterfield. Clarence Dowland. Chesterfield Charles Narup, Fieldon. Robert Hausman, Kampsville. Betty Hausman, Kampsville. Larry Wieneke, Hardin. Morrison Skinner, Jerseyville. Gerald Meyer, Jerseyville. Mrs. Charles Hunter, Jerseyvllle Mrs. Richard Fosha, Jerseyville William Marshall, Jerseyville. Judy Weishaupt, Fieldon. Mrs. Charles Keehner, Golden Eagle. Edward Nail. Jerseyville. Nelda Bruce, Alton. W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Mrs. Onle L. Clymer, 110 Henry, East Alton Mrs. Patricia #. Courto, 209 . School, East Alton Mrs. Joan E. Blvens, Bethalto Mrs. Lela B. Roberts, 840 Penning George P. Yates, Edwardsvllle Robert De Witt, East Alton Mrs. E. Marie Brannam, Hartford Mrs. Viola Grant, Hartford SURGICAL Mrs. Gwendolyn M. Carr, 264 South Central Donnita Savage, Moro William Savage, Moro Mrs. Vivian Franklin, 77 Bert Dcbra Velozzi, 983 Lorena DISMISSALS George Wallace, 241 Main Mrs. Reva M. Royal, Hartford Seth Keyser, 1216 Main Mrs. Dorothy Arndt, Cottage Hills Terry Forsting, Hartford James M. Milford, 69 E. Haller, East Alton Robert L. Skiff, 618 Brookwood, East Alton Mrs. Evelyn Huckstep, 926 Whitelaw Mrs. Evelyn Vance, 809 Rice Mrs. Effie E. Evans, 217 McCasland, East Alton DREAM BOAT GOMES TRUE! Look Into the Matter •f Our Convenient BOAT - MOTOR FINANCING See or Call KKNNY KLOOS MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. Ill Rids* St Phone HO M2U thorn Miss Sharon A. Tlpton, 3217 Hawthorn Walter G. Straube, 801 E. 4th Robert Steele, 37 W. Acton, Wood River Mrs. Judy B. Piazza, 605 California, East Alton Mrs. Dorothy E. Harris, Godfrey Mrs. Antonietta Fritz, Godfrey Mrs. Krlika Delp, Cottage Hills Mrs, Rose Cruthls, 3407 Agnes Mrs. Georgia Coffman, East Alton Geo. Campbell, Jerseyvllle Miss Constance Beaty, Godfrey Stevens D. Adams, Edwards- vllle Civic Memorial Honor Students BETHALTO— Students named to the semester honor roll at Civic Memorial High School were announced by Principal Forest Kohburn. Listed on the honor roll are: Sandra Aghetta, Bill Ames, Donna Best, Janet Bryan, Juanita Covey, Frances Floyd, Sharon Gregory, Jill Gresham, Mary Ann Hogle, Janet Klon- m e i e r, Maryellen Marherio, Kathy Marth, Lulu Montgomery, Ellen Newcomb, Curtis Page, Betty Parsons, Alice Plegge, Judith Rude, Bill Shaw. Rose Shelton, Gary Smith, Terri Stotler, Karen Turner, Eugene Tyler, Fred Vogel, Dale Willman, Dwight Depew, Bob Hilgendorf, Beverly Kessler, Judy Masterson, Betty Meisenheimer. Joseph Mushill, Ruth Ann Northway, Dana Romans, Marilyn Rowe, Kay Smith, Don Tucker. Diana White, Geraldine Anderson, Gary Best, Geraldine Bond, Sharon Bruntjen, Wanda Campbell. Larry Cruse, Ray Ferguson. Bill Nix, Wanda Pruitt, Helen Schreier, Dwight Sebastian, Beverly Sphuette, Stella Turner, Mary Battles, Dawson Cooper, Bonnie Dickinson, Donald Eak- cr, David Feltes, James George, Jim Gill, Judy Hawkins, Versa Heflin. Linda Kasten, Patricia Kelly, James Knight, Judy Sanders, Sue Meininger. Barbara Milei, Sharon Oliver, Sally Parker, Fay Pence, Jim Pruitt, Ted Reynolds, Shirley Reiken. Karen Rodgers, Sharon Rude Artrischla Snodgrass, Virginia Sommers, Doris Spears. Denni Sullivan, Linda Tarrant and Lynne Ann Stotler. BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTER WOOLENS Dial HO 5-8877 NOTHING TO PAY TILL FALL COMING SUNDAY JUNE 12th ALTON ALL-AMERICA CITY SPEEDBOAT RACES AT CLIFTON TERRACE featuring (&• SI. Louis Outboard Drivon Ann. tothidbBf St v«rd Ckompto Smut owl ty Utah Sptt4 IVMH i& NtrttMi FREE ADMISSION. FIRST RACE 1 P.M. (poM«/*d by *fc« Alt** AII-Am*)rie« Rtgttt* Commit. ttt with tbt Alton Motor lo«t Club *» holt. RAIN DATE SUNDAY. JUNE 19 Summer Program Starts At Bethalto BETHALTO — Dance* sponsored by Civic Memorial YMCA am held each Thursday' evening In the Bethalto Park Pavilion. Children from age 8 to 12 attend the dance* held from 6:30 p. m. to 7:30 p.m. and teenagers par- tlcipatp from 7:30 p.m. to 9:10 p.m. Dancing Is part of the YMCA sponsored summer program for Bethalto area youth. An active summer program Is under way under supervision ol Program Director Boh Jones. L,ynne Stotler and Diane Schoen- ewels assist the director. Games, handicrafts and athletes are provided daily from 1 to 4 p.m. Swimming sessions will be held each Wednesday afternoon, starting June 22. Vacation School BETHALTO — Approximate- y 150 children are attending daily vacation Bible school nt he Assembly of God Church, It was reported by the church secretary, Mrs. James Vaughn. Sessions will continue through June 17. Handwork with a western design is taught by Mrs. Adele Flack. Mrs. A. H. Ferguson is directing the school. Baptist School BETHALTO — More than 140 children assembled at First Baptist Church for the first session of vacation Bible school. Workers include Mrs. Doris Huff and Mrs. Louise Duncan. General helpers for the Bible school are Ed Holllday and Mrs. R. L. Best. Pianist Is Mrs. John Sawyer. The annual picnic will be held on June 16 at the park pavilion. Edwardsville Season Opens On Monday EDWARDSVILLE—Opening of the Edwardsvllle summer softball program Is scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday at Voge Field, Sam Vadalabene, supervisor, announced today. Officials taking part in the ceremonies are County Superintendent of Schools Wilbur R. Trimpe, Mayor William C. Straube, Mayor Pro-Tern Henry Kreuiter, Park and Recreation Board Chairman D. Dean Bridwell and the following park board members: Richard Hutton, Owen Moore, Henry Renken, George Schneider HI, Wes McMurray, Edward Utechtt and Vadalabene. Others expected to be present are Chamber of Commerce President Lyle D. Willard, Chamber Executive Secretary Albert H. Pauli and Chamber officers Jack Butler. Joseph Kelleher, Robert Richards and Kenneth Wohlford. Officials in the Softball program are: T. E. (Spike) Reilly, umpire-in-chief; David Carnaghi and Tony Penelton, umpires; Gordon Hug and C. E. Provow, field attendants; David Bast, official scorer; and Tom Stack, Scoreboard. The softball league, consisting of 27 teams of 540 participants, is open to any age group or sex Vadalabene said. Lasting 10 weeks, games are played Monday through Friday throughout the summer. There are major and minor leagues, boys church league and junior and senior girls leagues. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE—Four area residents were admitted Thursday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, four patients were discharged, and one birth was recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith. 52 Halleck, a daughter, at 6:20 a.m. today, weight 6 pounds 11 ounces. The mother is the former Melissa Brown. Admitted were: Mrs. Anna Mueri, 1420 Undenwood; Mrs. Ella McConnell, 312 Liberty; Lemuel Southard, Route 1; Anthony Malench. 315 West Park. Discharged were: Miss Kath- H8sp^^^^^^^^^^JsgBBff^^ffSBBBBS^^BB*B3 TV digest wlife J«k> N. Jmes KTVl (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) 5, KETC 9, KPLR 11. Saturday Kventng.ifme 11 8:00—(2) NPWB: Bruce Hayward (4) The Big 4 (51 Pioneer (ID Thin In Alice 6:30-(2t Dick Clark (4) Perry Mason (5) Bonimza: (Color) (11) Wild Bill Hickok 7:00-(4) Give Us This Day Big Picture Early Riser Christian Science Town Hall Why Is It So? Film 9:00— (2)Fisher Family <4> \jtmp Unto My Feet Metropolitan Church Metropolitan Church Sunday This Is The Life (5) Christophers Faith of Our Fathers Faith for Today Camera Three Millions on the Move: 7:45— (4) 8:15-(4) 8:30-(2) (4» (5) (5) 9:30— (2) (4) (5) 10:00— (2) (4) 10:30—(2) (4) (5) (Color) 10:55—(4) NPWS: Richard Bate 11:00—(2) Message of the Rabbi (4) Way of Life (5) Industry on Parade ll:15-(2> Our Heritage (5) Americans at Work 11:30—(2) Sacred Heart (4) Caucus (5) Frontiers of Faith (11) This Is The Answer 11:45—12) Ask a Priest Noon—(2) Labor Views the News (4) Montage (5) Home Hunter's Guide (11) Make-Believe Isle 12:15— (2)' Steelworkers Meeting (5) News: Walt Williams 12:30— (2) Builders' Showcase (4) Quiz a Catholic 5:45—(4) Give Us This Day 5:50— (4) News: Tom Brooks 6:00— (4) Town and Country 6:30-(4) P. S. 4 7:00—(4) Good Morning (5) Today 8:00—(2) Camera Two (4) News: Randall Grover 8:15—(2) Cartoon Time (4) Capt. 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As The World Turns About Faces For Better or Worse Queen for a Day 12:30-(2) (4) l:00-(2) (4) (5) (11) Movie 1:30—(2) Susie (4) (51 2:00-(2) (4) (5) House Party Loretta Young Day in Court The Millionaire Young Dr. Malone (11) Movie (4) (5) 8:30-(2) (4) 9:00-(4) (5) 9:20-(11) News 9:25-(ll) Expose 9:30— (2) Johnny Staccato (4) What's My Line (5) The Vikings (11) O'Henry Playhouse 10:00—(2) Rendezvous (4) News: Walter Cronkite (5) Grand Jury (11) Open End 10:15—(4) News: Max Roby • 10:25-(4) Sports: Carmichael 10:30-(2) Movie (2) Movie (5) Man From Interpol 11:00—(5) Divorce Court 12:00-(5) News 12:05—(5) Quest for Adventure 12:20-(2) Movie (4) Movie 12:35-(5) Weather l:20-(4) News l:25-(4) Give Us This Day 1:30-(11) News , 2:30-(2) Gale Storm . (4) Verdict Is Yours (5) From These Roots 3:00-(2) Beat The Clock (4) Brighter Day (5) Thin Man 3:15—(4) S'ecret Storm 3:30-(2) Who Do You Trust? (4) Edge of Night (5) Yancy Derringer 3:45-(ll) Capt 11 4:00—(2) American Bandstand (4) SS Popeye (5) 'Our Miss Brooks 4:30— (4) Movie (5) Life of Riley 5:00— (2) Capt. Gallant (5) Wrangler's Club: First 15 min. color. (U) Sgt. Preston 5:30—(2) News: Hayward (11) Suspenseville 5:40—12) Weather: Hayward 5:45—(2) Cartoon Time (5) Huntley-Brinkley News (11) Three Stooges Greene County History Society Elects Officers CARROLLTON — William Battershell of Roodhouse was elected president of the Greene County Historical Society Thursday evening. leen Flynn, 238 Adams; David Kruckeberg, Rt. 2; Mrs. Helen Radcliff, 1409 Eberhart; Miss Patricia Schlemer, Lewis road. Hospital Note* EDWARDSVILLE—Two area residents were admitted Friday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, two patients were discharged and one birth was recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Other officers elected were: L. T. Whiteside, Eldred, vice president; Mrs. Elona Seagraves, Carrollton, secretary; Robert Driver, Carrollton, treasurer; Mrs. P. J. Achenbach, Carrollton, corresponding secretary. Publicity chairman in the various cities and townships were also named and are as follows: Carl Wright, Rockbridge; Mr. and Mrs. James Ford, Greenfield; George Livingstone, White Hall; Dean Morrow, Athensville; Mrs. Robert Daugherty, Kane; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Plainview Unit Elects Officers SHIPMAN — Mrs. Frances Eggers was elected chairman of the Plainview Home Bureau Unit at the home of Mrs. M. M. Howerton Thursday. Mrs. Alan Bullman was elected vice chairman; Mrs. Wilfred McRevey, secretary and treasurer, and Miss Adeline Snedeker, publicity chairman. Mrs. Mary Ahrling gave the minor jesson and the health lesson was given by Mrs. W. G. Frank. The July meeting will be held at Beaver Dam State Park and the major lesson will be on "Outdoor cooking." Recreation Stout, Woodville; William Hob-| was led by Mrs. Truman Rog- son, Eldred; Mrs. Bob Hubbard.jers. Walkervill; Paul Daum, Lind- letter was read from Hor- Admitied were: Miss Diane Schlemer, Rt. 4; William Zika, Rt. 2. Discharged were: Jerry Heck, Rt. 4; Miss Loretta Carnaghi, 1024 Troy Rd. ertice 9A.M. to 10:00P.M. Doily 9 A. M. to 1:00 P. M. \ Sunday! and 4P.M. to 10:00 P.M. / Holidays Tucker of Glen Carbon, a son, !er; Perry Sherwin, Hillview andj at 8:01 p.m. Friday, weight 6JFinice Doyle, Wrights. pounds 11 ounces. The mother is the former Rosalie Weiler. ac e Rawlins, who lives in Utah, requesting membership in the organization. Plans were also made for a bake sale to be held June 25 in the historical rooms, the proceeds to be used to defray expenses of the society. The next meetng will be Aug 25. OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY ON SALE AT BROADWAY i MAIN RED NEW POTATOES 10&39C FLORIDA VINE KIPB TOMATOES 3 »»59c HIMI Irtvi STRAWIIRRICS Arriving fuilay All Diy BROADWAY ft MAIN Private Product Mfffctt Club Entertained SHIPMAN - The Prairie Dell Sunshine Club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Robert Young. Mrs. Lee Graham was a guest. Games wre played and refreshments were served. The club will have an outing at Northland instead of the July meeting. The August meeting will be substituted with a home made ice cream and cake social tor members and their families The Telegraph'* Dotty Radio Chart SATURDAY 111 I,. M.pe OB.,a ARftt oflltOf »o«( H MMM II II Mason; N; MOfllttt Monitor s. Maioa I* M sign Off N: Mbniw?"* Grand Ol. World of MfflM ^Ve- MtfttOTMSt S i,it,, •eort _; *»•.« SUNDAY &6i ••Jft f io • M 8i 9 5 2 10! 111 121 _ ^ M r * § .is "•IS 2 1* i 8i i it Q.M 61 7a • 2 81 9 s •J 101 111 sac-ed Htart Fa'tii IB A'lea Presbyterian^ Pfltl. N: Roundup Jewiin Pern. 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Gordon N; Gordon Gordon; N N: Buck Buck: W N; Richard K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard N; Palen J. Palen Sunday evening, Aug. 21. Class; Meeto SHIPMAN - Mrs. Fred Public Health Council To Meet Wednesday Madison County Public Health Council has announced a special meeting Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Steelworkers' Abel ( ^ > . t !l m « ity Park |Hall, 2821 E. Broadway, to dis- A m \c»u the possibilities ol having {public health services in the Greater Alton Area. Specialists in the public Cox entertained members ol the Harmony Baptist Willing Workers hea it h field will be present to Class at her home Thursday Wn tne services and answer Atronirtr* HI *•«; U •• »*»i D«A...« * Says He Saw Plane Moment Before Crash ST. LOUIS If— An investigation continues today into the cause of the crash of two McDonnell Aircraft Corp. supersonic voodoo jets over Southern Illinois Wednesday. Two civilian airmen, crewmen Three County Residents Licenses Suspended The office of Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentler has announced three Madison County residents have had their drivers' licenses suspended for "committing three traffic violations." They are: Hugh R. Jordan, Madison, suspended for two months; Robert F. Moller, Alton, and David L. Poo], Troy. evening. Mrs. Harry Brown, vice president, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Albert Richardson gave' the devotions. Roll call was answered i questions, said W. Kenneth Grubb, temporary chairman. scnpture "Father." containing the Refreshments with word were served to 10 members and two guests, Misses Ethel and Virginia Randolph. Parents el tea Ingersoll Birthday Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. The club will honor the birthday of Mrs. C. J. Hudson. David Main underwent surgery roughly i a t st. Francis Hospital in Litchfield this week. Mr. and Mrs. on one of the planes, were killed *» th . suspended foj three and two Navy fliers, aboard the I Archer: other craft, parachuted to safety. Thursday, Navy Lt. Cmdr. Albert J. Moro said he saw the other plane "a moment before the collision." He said his radar observer, U. Cmdr. John Eversbaker, managed to get out ol their crippled plane. Civilian test fliers Mark A ____ SHIPMAN - Mr. and Mrs.land'famUy are visiting in As-! MUch * u and Ronald Jay « John Reno are the pareats ol aisaria and Salina, Kan., with his son. John nesday at Michael, born Wed- j brothers and families, Rodney Alton Memorial Hospital. The couple bes another son, Jeffrey, 2. Mrs. Reno was the former Miss Mary Jean Jayaes. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jaynes and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruyle. and Alan Archer- Earl Baker underwent surgery Wednesday at the Carlinville Area Hospital- Miss Mary Lea Bohlmeyer of Bunker Hill is spending two weeks with her grandmother, Mr*. Cora Rhodes. N«4tw Miss Lorraine Jasper SHIPMAN - Mrs. John several days the past week will entertain the the Carlinvilk Area Hospital. ***** ta thdr "» rnin « airplane when it went down near CarroU- ton, Hi- Commander Moro Mid he triad to bank out of the w«y but did apt have tune. 4 three-man investigation board headed by Navy Capt. Thomas Collins is looking into th* accident. spent j Capt. Collins U the govern- lmMi representative at McDon- (aeil tor government months. Three county residents received probationary permits to drive. Each had had his license suspended previously. They are: Richard W. Fairston, Alton; Walter L. Knackstedt, Worden; and Louis K. Smith, Collinsville. TV SIBUS fw KMOX.TV Ctm 4 SiMsfey 1)11 *M. SIM** IAOIO

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