Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 13, 1960
Page 13
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r f Section 2 Pages 13*22 ALTON EVENING Eetabllshed January 15, 1136 ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, JUNE 13, I960, Hospital Notes ALTON MffMORUL MEDICAL Mrs. Mattle Rink, Alton Mrs. Millard Johnson, Bunker Hill Orren Robertson, 520 E. 6th Francis Wicker. 2613 Walnut Louis Hoelscher, Edwardsvllle Mrs. Anna Belle Huff, 2415 Elizabeth Mrs. Nellie Traband, Wood River Conrad Barkley, 3603 Coronado Mrs. Minnie Edgar, 914 Acton, Wood River George Graham, Cottage Hills SfJTROICAl Donald El berg. Brighton Mrs. Shirley Weiss, Roxana Christopher Holland, Wood River Mrs. Alma Lair. 519 Williams Mrs. Nancy Miller, Jerseyville George Campbell, JeraeyvUJe. Mrs. Emeline Williams. Jersey- ! vlHe. , _, i. Clifton Chronister, Hardin. Two Hardin Hiah Youths <*» *-^ Win State Farmer Degrees I Miss Etltm Anderson and MI • s, Mr*. Worttel Pwmoiwl Janet Aderton. Minibeni'of the| HARDIN - Mrs. Steve Woel- Jtmtor class gave nwnwty iHir§- fel has been promoted to the members of es. The Rev. Anton S. Fabian, pastor, spoke briefly, ttmrtMhg position of assistant sales supervisor of Mrs. Howard Wadlow. Jersey-,and th£ ehdpter received a sil-| vlJle. ver emblem Thursday night in I Mrs. Velma Surgeon. Batchtownjceretmmfcs at the 32nd annual! W. i. TOWNIHff MEDICAL Linda M. Ovefbey, Roxana Homer Cantrell, 1497 Ladd Orvitl R. Hobbs. 301 East, East ' Alton (Mrs. Lois E. Robins, 622 North, \ East Alton Frank Bowman, Granite City SURGICAL ttw~ BibkTscnool personnel, andjterritory of the Dutch Maid - Ailing an Invitation to Sunday Corp. She was notified of her School promotion last woek at a sales Illinois FFA convention at the in Springfield. Recipients of the State Farmer degrees were George Friedel, son of Mr. and Mrs. O e o r g e Miss Maxlnc Ayres, Moro Mr, Mar/Batlard, XVood'River ^ JjgJ*' 25? MayVV °° d ' Mrs. Tlllle Sandbach, Wood L^da Hubbert, 5-205 Wick-Way. rviver . Alton T rt hin u> A iy°° dlawtl Mrs. Vera R. Dodson, 801 For- Tohill, Wood River es » g as i AHnn Mrs. Norma Grable. 2318 Craw-, Mrs ' Vln1 , L &,,.,, v 825 Madford ' '' ' FHS At Hardin HARDIN — Closing ceremonies of the vacation Bible school of the Presbyterian Church was held Thursday night. Handiwork • t«lla* * nul r*t L/UI 11 mivi me * Missionary Society of the church : tat ' ve ?..!. op J! 1 ^_ a _ 1 !! 1 served refreshments following Flash floods cause tf&fft \ Thursday night's program, and 200 million to 500 million dollars completed by the children dur- Tom Mill Friedel of Hardin, and Tom Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bill of ; Batchtown. Both boys were grad- with the help of parents, at the daily sessions of the school. The beginners class of 10 was taught by Mrs. Morris Long and Miss Nancy Durr. assisted by Miss Nellie Williams. Mrs. Dor- and each the department of a part in the presented in ihe auditor-'i is Devinc and Miss Sylvia Whit- primary class, num- Jbering lj, was taught by Mrs. Campbell, assisted by Janet Aderton and Miss Anderson. Mrs. William Surgeon and Miss Edgar Tohill, Wood River :'"£ t E^t Alton . LTu, ^ h«m ti«M an '"w You "« Tee " das * '«« the «»• w «" am suv * eon ancl »" 8S i Mrs. Norma Grable. 2318 Craw-, Mre f v tm>• I* Zamy, 825 Mad-j"*«« ™» , 8 P rin 8 horn Unit * ^^^ Qp ^ ,Ruth Ann Schudel were thej 11 « . . „ ison Hi S" School. d „ . , u eBinnprs .-..-.l teachers of the junior class of Mrs- Hazel Lawson. Edwards- Vlctor Weber .„,, 239 s . mh Tlic State Farmer degree is JJJ ™ aSdrS oTJ?^?^, and Mrs- William Stone and _. vill( ? . . ntMMiaaALS ih» i,t»h«it Hoorpp oiven bv thei mo S011 8 S - ^""01 en of the pri-,,'... _ . . . .„.._... iu _i Mrs. Frances Booth, Dow Eugene Montgomery, 2213 Virginia Mrs. Gladys Lemort, Batchtown Thomas Swann, Bethalto DISMISSALS Patrick Jone.s, 47 Marietta" Cindy Louise Jones, 612 Mechanic Hoy Artnold, Woodburn Linda Schmoeller, Brighton (iar.v Elledge, 2910 Watalee Mark Caselton, 221 E. 8th Cynthia Welshans, Sparta Marcia Bott, Godfrey Lavonda Frazer, Chester Betty Hicks, Cottage Hills James Barnes, Bethalto Mrs. Julia Lewton, 2904 Brown Mrs. Mary Henke. Mx>ro Kenneth Thomasson, 2623 Sanford George Montgomery, 3-101 Oakwood Louis T. Burjes, Alton Cecil Housmann, 3200 Ames Marion Baker, East Alton Warren Campbell, Roxana Mrs. Anne Klopmeier, Wood River Estes Haseker, 1107 E. 4th Mrs. Betty Sauls, Alton Guy Bailey, Godfrey Eugene Ennor, East St. Louis Mrs. Bary Buckshot. 1025 George Fred Wendt, LaSalle Hotel Hanke, West Alton Gladys F:. Unt«rbrink, Moro the highest given by thei £!irf.T«ni!£~ 0 f%TA^ Ray Johnson W 1 the ,State Association of FFA and is| depic(ed the stoHes of Biblp ;young teen group, which num- AH on U'illiam ancl Dqnnita Savage. Moro Mrs. Uelly Murphy, 1 Moro Mrs. Florence \'. Moran, Collage Hills William Sharp, Granite City Mrs. Velma Price,'East Alton Mrs. Mary Kerr, 312 Monroe, East Alton Mrs. Vivian Franklin, 77 Bert. Kast Alton John Harvey. 511 7th Thomas Mlidd, 841 Hawthorne Overbey, G. Kriodpl emblem is an award given to FFA chapters in! recognition of an oswllent pro-; gram of work'' over a period of| a year. The loc-, al chapter became eligible for! entry in the) state contest by! . Johnny Wilfong, Cottage Hills. being .judged bast in Section la Debra - VeMo)j 983 Lorcn , ell. Alton ST. JOSEPH'S MEDICAL .John M. Jaeger, Granite City Robert Patts, Roxana is spring. David Schleeper of Hardin and Charles Gerecke of Kampsville served as the official delegates from Hardin Chapter to the state convention. Others who attended were Chester Knight, vocational agriculture instructor son James Sherwood, 1114 Adams William CreswSck, 4036 Alby Ernest Smith, 1129 Harrison _..._. „ Mrs. Delons Goth, Bunker Hill James Jason, Edward^ville, 111 Gordon Haxel, 2614 Benbow Ronald Coats, 3836 Aberdeen Frank Groppel, Jerseyvllle. Mrs. Claudette Sandner, 2115 Rockwell Mrs. Helen Long, Wood River Mrs. Celia Kelly, East Alton Mrs. Mary J. Reno, Piasa Mrs. Kathryn Harris, 602 Sering James Tolley, 2927 Mayfleid Mrs. Mae Whiting, 2100 Country Club Mrs. Beatrice Cranmer, Roxana Mrs. Vetta Gillard, 2111 College Marcus Lane, East Alton Phyllis English, Bethalto Danny Lee May, 1120 Garden Mrs. Helen Schemmes, 2709 ' Viewland : Miss Emma P« Horn, 407 Langdon Mrs. Delores Chambers, 2995 Shady Place Mrs. Ossie Bradshaw, .1931 Oak-1 m Unit 40 High School, Mr. and Clark, 2M6 Claw- l^'s. Ro^Hill''^^' daughter, Helen, and Miss Janet Schuman. Visiting Parents Here — Navy Lt. Cmdr. Mrs. Robert Ringhausen and children, John, Kathy, Lisa and Mark, have arrived in Hardin to spend about 10 days with relatives before going to Washington. D. C., where Cmdr. Ringhausen is to report for duty i July 5. For the last two years Ed ''i Ringhausen has been working !Miss Judy Ann RuscilH, 917 i Alton St. ' SURGICAL, 'Mrs. Josephine O'Neil, ! MrT r Fl 0 rence Welsman, 707 |on a masters degree at Stan-j E. 5th jford University. Ringhausen isi JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Bobby Neal, Jerseyville. Miss Caroline Bramley. Robert Cason, Bethalto Mrs. Esther Schaake, Edwards- vllle Mrs. Clara Breuchaud, -40 Mather Miss Rev. itlie son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert i Ringhausen, .and. Mrs. Ringhaus- ien. the former Yvonne Simon, ! is the daughter of August Simon. • .. *• _———— i erty s Dixie Warren. Chesterfield i JoUn H- j aeg er. Granite City •. Emanuel H. Nelson, 4 W.| G ,. egory D . Levers, 533 Alby " K jMrs. Geraldine Lunsford, 959 36 YEARS AS AGENT Madison County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE CO, STANKA GARAGE State Street North Alton Dial HO 5-8889 , ,, ,T ,•- , . Mrs. Carmella Hazen. 22v Ladd ' Mrs. Garnetta Stirnaman, 536 ! Mrt> Mari i vn Moore, Godfrey Leslie, Wood River j L y] e K Peek 1110 E. 6th I Mrs. Jennie Hendon..324 E. 3rdl james ' E . Schneider, 3428 jMrs.Lela Winans, 2900 Edwards Thomas Mrs/Beverly Smith, 511 Brook- Ralph Hueber, 3537 Western DISMIsSALS Mrs. Bertha Bailey. Litchfield j M i ss C heryle Smith, Wood Riv- Mlss Linda L. Cates, Cottage j er j Charles Toner, Wood River _. , _ _ .„_. T . i Larry Eugene Taylor, 723 Vi i Charles D. Foreman, 2374 Lin-| silver i coin Vl Til ;Mrs. Mary Ann Horn, ^709 Lib- We are Pleased to Announce JUNE WEBBER is now Associated with us. Old CL 4.1622 for appolntnMiit DONA RAY Beauty Salon 38 N. Wood River Ave. Downtown Wood River Helen Biggerstalf, owner Mrs. Gladys Williams, 1134 Riley Mrs. Theresa Rodgei-s, 126 E. 4th ; Mrs. Virginia White, Godfrey Mrs. Mary Webb, Mather Home Miss Joellen Wagner, 2113 Johnson James E. Talbert, 1115 Pearl Robert J. Stahlschmldt, West Alton Mrs. Margaret Loretta Stahl, 1414 Milton < Wiley Gale Moore, East Alton John Henry Mintert, West Alton Dennis May, 1209 Seminary' Mrs. Darlene Govero, Cottage Mrs. Ora DeMent, 608 Belle Mrs. Joyce Dalton, South Roxana Mrs. Peggy Coleman, 719 George Mrs. Emma Clark, 2420 Main Mrs. Roberta Campbell, 1722 Market Mrs. Rowena Bennett, Edwards- vllle Mrs. Lydia Bartels, Edwardsville Mrs. Lillie Pace, Granite City IF YOUR SAVINGS ARE EARNING LESS THAN Current on IwiiMd i*tinf» tavt fcy *• lit*.,. U« IftM tht tit "fim* and Tenpora'uie" Corner MO 1-7711 Bartlett Pears C.W. BREAD DONUTS u .r25e cumference and la 720 feet long. ATTINTION PAMINH! — OP — STS. Mm and PAUL'S — AND — ST. MATHIW'S STUDENTS IMiice yon* *tder now for next year's uniforms. All or* tiers must be placed no later than July 1st. BINDLER'S DIIT. 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