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TUESDAY, JUiNE 14, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOBTHRBB W. Hospital Notes Mrt. Elmer Kiel, M*PWn. Mr*. Earl WUsehete, BruaselB. Mrs. Clarence Orlesemler, Flel- ^ <Hfc *> *Yn*4 x Vv"*) I John Borror, 255 Madison. Harold Frazler, 4132 Aberdeen. R. TOWNSHIP Walter Cnatnov Re.hoH James Poston, 1708 Ervay. Mrs HaV-? KiL«r ino^ , Mlss Jullanne Hicks. Godfrey. Mr« Anna t> ff«« m ,-I Geraldlne Anderson. Bethalto. flllls P""*"* 1 "- Cottage Daniel Drew, Orafton. James Waters, 312 Williams. Dennis Sehafef. Jerseyville. Mrs. Norbert Pleper. Jerseyville, Mrs. Howard Meyer. Golden .„ B. Voils. 627 Cherrv, hast Alton. Keith A. Becker. 258 Lindenwood. East Alton CraiR Shelton. South Roxana. G. Leach, Jerseyville. I Harry Cope, Jerseyvllle. , u , r ' B. iu t ' Mrs Joan Bivens, Bethnlto. Granite City. Mrs. Virginia Edwards. 1246 Mrs Wesley Cope. Fleldon. State. iMrs' Carl Gross, Jerseyville. Mrs. Anita Klefer. Godfrey. ' DISMISSALS Mrs. Pauline Hampton, 1126 Mrs Dale Foiles. Jerseyville. Oreen. Mrs Robert Kuehnel, Jersey- Charles Mathis, 1305 Ferguson, v i|] e . i Patricia Pohlrnftri. Jerseyville. 2928 For- *T. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Delia Carey. 901 Sixth. ALTON MIMORIAL MEDICAL Wayne Aldrlch, 2434 Bloomer. f ST. JOSEPH'S Mrs. Florence Clark. Godfrey. Mrs. Rose Clark, 3307 Oscar. Danny Hull. 632>i E. Fifth. Mrs. Rose Kochanskl. 315 Dry. Joseph Menke. 230 W. 19th. •t. Alton. Mrs. Frances Pellexrino. E ast|y^™ Hedge, "wood"River ., ,,,nv«,, ,. ., J ,. . A ... ™, C,L ii 'Andy Harrison, 1629 Greenwood, ii iMc.ver. rsoiiin Koxana. Karl Reynolds. 603 Stowell. i ' vtTRuirAI -J.J K ' hpl Tungeit. 141't George Miss Judy Ruscilli. 917 Alton., E , me ,. Kraut Hardm. Mrs Shirley Hymnn. Cottage wardsville. , Ru/ar 8 *" P ' M ome ' °° m ,; Clifford Scheffel. Godfrey. st«nlpv'»nd Steven Master-son Mrs Rohhie Cray. 315 I.orena. Mrs Pauline Tuetken, 3205 Alhy BeSalto MHsterson. Mrs. Agnes Wesesehelde. 516 Mrs TrHc ; Bresson 2 024 Main. Kaston.^ . LeRoy Korte, 536 Sixth. . ^ J, rrs '" ( ' {lt p*. Ma . kpr - 112 ^^ RHnl Mrs. Ruth Hnynes. Brighton. rs June Teasley, !ilL' Central. Mrs. Catherine Waters. Godfrey. i CTlar | eR white j erse yville. \U,nrl River. Mrs. Helen Welrh. Moro; Mrs Mah|p Gin Brighton. H\™I n" T; " P 7f ' r< " ronn - JCRCBV COMMUNITY |Midiael Sfwgner, 222 Dorris. \\ find RivrT. «icn3ET wwiviiviwm i • ' fllsiVftHKAt S Mi« Jiidiih Callender. 310 Lin- MEDICAL (James Sherman. Elsah. rtenwood. Mrs Virsjil Haneline, Jerseyville i ir(i warc ) Dalton. 2510 Bostwiek. AiNs-Car.i| Harvey. Till Seventh. Mrs. Floyd Schumann. Jersey-1BJHJ<? Minner. Bethalto. _\uiod River. v ille. ' |Mrs. Virginia Sehastian. Cottage HUls. Mrs. Martlia Wahlstrom, 2985 Shady PI. Mrs. Lorene Deist, Bethalto. Others Cited Robert Nicolet Gets DAR Gold Medal History Award THERE THEY GO Speedy boats pass the Judges' stand quickly, you could miss them, for they Sunday at the motorboat races held on were among the fastest In the business, the .Mississippi. If you didn't look —Staff Photo. Mi FATHER'S DAV • «1UN> 1»tfc, 196O WHAT SHALL I GIVE HIM? KUPPENHEIMER OF COURSE! Maybe he's a man who has everything ... but, few men have too many clothes and any man is sure to be pleased with a Kuppenheimer suit or sport coat. We promise to fit him properly, in the style and color that's most becoming. KUPPENHEIMER SUITS SPORTCOATS ' SLACKS Ml IMV«*TM«NT Ml *OOD 630 E. Broadway, Alton Free Parking at Rear o/ Store Christopher Holland, Wood River 'Student Day' ^> Observed at Graf ton Church GRAFTON Student Dav was observed Sunday morning at the Methodist Church. Bill Smith, who recently returned from Jonesboro. Ark., where he attended the Arkansas Stat° College, spoke on "Student Day." He also sang a solo. "Have Thine Own Way." HP uas accompanied by his mother, Mrs. W. Q. Smith. It was announced that the vacation Bible school will close Friday with a picnic at Pere Marquetle Park. Legion Conclave GRAFTON The l!0th Dis- liraffon GRAFTON -- Mr. and Mrs.. Rosuoe Baxter went to Chicago! Saturday and on Sunday left hy Honor Students Announced at Civic Memorial BKTHALTO — Students from Civic Memorial High School who achieved the quarter honor roll were named In Principal Forest Kohburn. Listed on llir roll arc: Sandra Ai?hetla. Donna Best. Donald Brown. Janet Bryan. Tom Carter. Juaiiita Covey. Sharon Gregory. Shirle.v Grigus. Marv Ann Hogle, Sandra Johnson. Janel Klopmeier, Lou js «| th(> hom , 0 of * , Maryellen Margherio. Ellen New- M«. Cla.-ence Mears and at- comh, Betty Parsons, Alice PleKgf. tendert Beatniks. Bongo* Not Illegal in Public Park PONTIAC. Mich. (APi - "One Robert I^ee Nlcolet, graduated laat week from Alton High School, has been named as the DAR American history gold medal winner this year. The 18-year-old son of Mr. 'and Mrs. C. A. Nicolef of God- !frey led a group of junior high school and elementary school) i students who were cited for! i excellence in American history 1 Marilyn Schwartz was presented a bronze medal at West ,.Hinlor High School by Mrs. J. F. : Schlafly. a member of Nlnlan : Edwards Chapter. Also cited at West Junior were Amy Thomas, Beverly Terry. Mike Hurley. Richard Allton and Judy Wiehmer. Paul Forbes of Kast Junior uas presented a medal by Mrs. Robert Lenlmrdt and at Noith Junior, Richard Woodward Afl Nonof wnHWrt e«say» In | j^. wW eways on thftWt^«, I Can Best ?ww. mf ctatton for Wfct 0*»»t Icana Have B«r» * CJountry." Young Nlcoltt ft a of the tfatlonaJ Meher was an officer In tfi« Wgh Student Council, and a and orchestra rnembcT bWloW taking part In sport*. ; He will attend tlllnote CoOegt at Jacksonville, this fall will major In meteorology. ROBERT NIC OLET plane for Newfoundland to visit Character was running around in opivpf i' „ similar award from Mrs. Alvin Petitt of the Nlnian their son and duaghter-in-law. Capt. and Mrs. George B. Bax a leopard-skin robe and wearing lie, and children. On their re .'H turban. A girl was doing a shake turn. Mr. Baxter will drive his dunce. As a matter of fact, the son's automohile hack to the|R«y in the leopard skin was swing States. Capt. Baxter, who has'lng from the trees." been stationed at the Air Force' That was the lament Mondayj Base in Newfoundland, has beeniof Jack Weiler, a public park| transferred to Omaha. Neb. The j manager, about nine beatniks! group expect to return July 1. about;from the Cave of Nine Cats coffee 'house who invaded his park. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Over- beats , prp . in .,, slpd a , a " ri Bill Shaw. Gary Smith, Terri Stoller. Karen Turner. , Eugene Taylor. Dwight Depew. Morris Higgins. Boh Hilgendorf, Beverls Kessler. Judy Masterson, Betty Meisenheimer, Joseph Mus- hill, Kay Smith. Brenda Vinyard, Dianna White. Geraldine Anderson. Jerilyn Bond. Sharon Bruntjen, Wanda Campbell, Ray Ferguson. Karen Fitzgerald, Doreda Fontmia. Caroline Goodbrake. Nancy Hardwick. Betty Hodge. Barbara Nave, Bill Nix, Jerry Oliver, Wanda Pruitt. Helen Schreier, Schuette. meyer spent the weekend in St. pHrk galui-da.v on » charge of disturbing the peace. But Oakland County Prosecutor George F. Tay-: lor said he couldn't find any lawj making it illegal for beatniks to' "Meet Me In St. Louis" at the Municipal Opera Saturday night. Mrs. K. Keehene and Miss Martha Kay Osborne of Alton,; and Mrs. Maurice Heinemani and four sons of Las Cruces, N.M., were guests Sunday Mrs. Martha Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeSher- lia were guests over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen DeSherlia at Peoria. They were accompanied home by Mrs. S. DeSherlia who will remain for several days visit. beat Hugos, dance and recite; verse in a public park. He ordered the nine released. REGISTER NOW FOR ALTON Y.M.C.A. CAMP PIASA (Pert Marquttu Park) • SWIMMING • HIKING • CRAFT • HORSEBACK RIDING • ARCHERY For Boys from 8 to 14 Years of Age June 12 to 18-June 19 to 25 June 26 to July 2 Y.M.C.A. 2 West Third St. For Information Dial HO 0-8604 Telegr«Ph Want Ada ".* LADIES . 00 YOU WEAK A 48, 4*1 fr lit We made a apeclal nmionatlv known Ret. M.M in I32.M recognize the label* Another Special PurchsM L«d»ti' Wertgle Samples received tMfl week . . . jutt 10 pair* . . . • nationally recognized label. Beg. II2.M to II3.M sellers. .' B only. New 1940 Spring and SummtT $tyltt—all ht*h Other* $3.99 to $6.M SIMM MOIU s Beverly| Ml . and Mrs . R. G. Bradsha»\- jof Alton were guests Sunday of Use our easy credit plan—no money down on any purchase. Take 24 months to pay—as little *s $3 monthly. Alton AlTOH j «4^al HO 5-8851 Stella Turner. Daxvson Cooper, j Mjss F re da Freiman. Bonnie Dickinspn. Jim Dunscombe, j trict convention of the American Legion will be held here at thejLillie Duty. Donald taker. Ma-j Monorail Rockets Legion Home June 23-26. j delyn Franklyn, James George, j Grafton Nolrn ' jj n ', Gill Linda Kastcn. Pntj Set Sueed GRAFTON -- Mr. and Mrfi.! K ellv. James Knight. Judy Land- " ' extra values Mark T. Freiman attended the! C rs, Judy Lasseter, Russell Legett, 40th wedding anniversary of! Ma ,. v Marshall. Sue Meininger, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flemming| Barbai . a Me |di, Sharon Oliver, at the Owl's Club in Alton Sal-js.,j|y p ar k cr . ui'day evening. Roy Alverson has been employed at the Jersey Community High School and assumed his duties there last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alverson plan to move to HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE] N.M. (API—Two speed records i have been shattered by monorail j rocket sleds on Holloman's 7-mile Fay Pence. Ted Reynolds. Shir-i test track. ley Rieken, Karen Rodgers, Sha- '' One of the high-speed runs was ron Rued, Artrischia Snodgrass,' made by a J'.i-fon. 48-foot rocket, Virginia Sommers, Doris Spears, composed of three Nike rocket Lynn Stotler. Dennis Sullivan and boosters fired in three stages. It Linda Tarrant. reached a speed of 2,650 miles an Ihour and traveled 5>3 miles in 15 seconds. The second monorail sled was powered by three Javelin rockets, fired simultaneously. In a 25,000- foot run, the sled hit a speed of 2.688 miles an hour—the fastest yvtir's bigyeitl value event Jerseyville later in the sum- Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Rich-j Bethalto Clllb tO ey, Mrs. Alice Redd and their guests, Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Hear About (..Olll'lave Barone of Lima, Ohio, were ; „„_„,..„,-. . . .,. guests at a family dinner Satur-; BLTHALTO - Irwm Plegge w rL Q « fho hnmo nf Mr and report on the International Rotary "• 00 ° ' " . "" . " ° j! day at the home of Mi. and •' _„,:„_ , k , ,,, i monorail sled run at the Hollo Mrs. Fred Redd in Godfrey. £ Onuve , ntl °" to m _ cm _ be '* , of thc man u , ack The Misses Linda Duncan and B{<lhalto Rotal '>' Club Wednesday mdn UacK ' Sandra Critchfielri of Springfield | ni 8 ht in thp soc ' ial ''o 0111 of th( ' spent the weekend at the home Zion Lutheran Church. Pleggc, of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Duncan, and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Critchfieid. Fidelity FIDELITY —The Fidelity Busy Bees 4-H Club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Sharon Tonsor. Demonstrations and talks were given by Paula Gorham, Donna Brueggeman, Laura Rich. Sharon Tonsor, Ann Woolsey. Janice Healey and along with Charles Aghctla. Lcsi Prim and their families attended I the convention May 29 through June 2 in Miama. Fla. j At Fire College ; BETHALTO - Fire Chief Lester Cook is attending the 36th annual, Fire College sponsored by the University of Illinois. The four-day j fire college provides instruction in fire fighting methods and procedures. Accompanying Cook toi Champaign were Firemen William • Ringering and Chuck Bennett. Wanona Fritz. Ruth Ann Schaafj I wit-r goes Surgery presented a special number, i BETHALTO — Gary Vanmeter Laura RicK led the recreational| O f 317 Mill St.. whu is stationed period. The next meeting will [with the Navy at Norfolk, Virginia, be held June 21 at the home of! underwent surgery to his fingers Wanona Fritz. • [ or treatment of an injury in- Mrs. Tom Wamsley and sons,. cun . od wnik , on duly on lnc US jj Danny and Tommy of Minneap-, independence. The bonees in his oils. Minn., Mrs. Robert Marbsi fingei . s werP S p| inte red from an ac- SHOULD YOUR TELEGRAPH CARRIER FORGET YOU... and son, Bobby, and grandson, Ricky of St. Louis, and Mr. and cident incurred from a printing press in the workshop of the ship. Mrs. Ed Gerl of Alton were , G js „„, Sf)n 0| - Ml . and Mrb Sunday guests at the home ofip^i vanMetw .Mr. and Mrs. George Bell. The occasion was the 72nd birthday were sung by the primary de- of Mr. Bell. parlment and recitations given At the Baptist Church Sunday by Jerry and Janet Shackles, nighl a short Children's Day'Nadine Cooksey «nd Joyce program was given. Choruses (Moore. 2.-19 to 3.99 girls' sleepwear pajamas-bikinis with coats baby dolls M pc. tilklni net 2.H8 crop top ritpri 2.29 like Mom'.s mid tailored of the .same magic drip dry fabrics . Checks, border prints, .some tops are pleated. Better rush for 'em. 2.98 to 4.98 girls' & teens swim suits J and 2-pc. styles 1.88 sixes 3-Bv reg. 2.98 reg. 3.98 sizes 7-14 reg. 4.98 sixes 10-16. 2.88 3.88 1.10 savings on any size—any style. Button cute bikinis, boy types, and skirted models. Prints, solids, multis. Limited. to 1.98 wash 'n' wear play togs and sleepwear for tots, girls 99c girls' and boys' sizes 1-3, girls' sizes 3-Hx and 7-14. Play pants and tops, all lengths and types. Cabana sets, pajamas. WAU MOTOR CO. 1M0 f. Iroodway, Aito* • • food traveling . . . •*• ihjMri for you wh*a you •• obiU! And n^kt *ou M tte bwt Una* ev«r to wt your Old* . 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