FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1980 ALTON EVENING TELEGHAPH Hospital Notes W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Linda J. Albee, Hartford. Miss Mary Jorgensen, Roxana. Mrs. Vera Elkins, 1216 Fourth. Alton. Robert Latham, 169 East Alton Ave., East Alton. SURGICAL Mrs. Sadie Dupy, 131 Goulding, East Alton. Jerry L. Steed, Roxana. Rodney Rlley, 345 West Main, East Alton. Edward Villeneuve, 807 Fifth, East Alton. DISMISSALS Anthony Rowe, 729 Condlt. Mrs. Ethel Graham, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Florence Long, 3407 College, Alton. harles Lasater, 278 S. 13th. Michael Hicks. Bethalto. George Schmidt, New Douglas. Carmel Osborne, 317 Dry, East Alton. Nancy Hatcher. 547 Mildred. Miss Judith Moore. 502 State. Deborah Shelton. Rt. 1, Bethalto George Skundrich, 67 Lorena. Donna Marmino, 426 Short. ST. ANTHONY'S MKDICAL Mark A. Cope. 810 Center, East Alton. Mrs. Jenny Blasiolo, 1951 Brown James Patterson, 2405 Ebbler. Mrs. Georgia E. Knetzger, 238 Bender, East Alton. ALTON MEMORIAL MEDICAL Margaret Carlson, 2920 Hlllcrest Bruce Mundy, 214 E. Fifth. William Nichols, 200 Tomlinson, East Alton. Mrs. Effie Davis, Alton. Mrs. Mary Norton, East Alton. SURGICAL Miss Freda Stahl, Jerseyville. Paula Reinke, East Alton. Mrs. Bonnie Pickerel, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. Betty Sauls, Alton. Mrs. Lillian Mathews, 748 Washington. Harvey Harmon, 909 Hawley. Mrs. Janet Maloney, East Alton. Mrs. Jewell Stutz, Rt. 1, Alton. Leonard Shoberg, Godfrey. RIDE WITH A COURTEOUS DRIVER ON A CITIZENS BUS COACH CO. Mrs. Ruth Haynes, Brighton. Mrs. Betty Schott. Cottage Hills Paul Lara, 230 MeClur*. Edward Maupin, 814 Spruce. Louise Thompson. Edwardsville J1H1IY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Jim Russell, Plasa. Wayne Gibson. Fleldon. SURGICAL Thomas Wellcr, Fieldon. ST, JOSIPH'S MEDICAL Miss Bonnie Pruitt, Medora. Edward Swanson, 2306 Powhatan Mrs. Zenobia Webb, 1001 Belle. Miss Loretta Welch, Worden. Walter White. 923 Pearl. Mrs. Mary Wllloughby, 1256^4 State. Andrew Young, 2660 Hickory. SURGICAL Steve Boswell, 23 N. Ninth, East Alton. Theodore Elberg, Rt. 1, Dorsey Miss Rhonda Galliher, Bethalto. Miss Pamela Gill, 2909 Snnford. William Kidwell, 455 Bluff. Mrs. Esther Knoche, Rt. 1, Edwardsville. Mrs. Louise Kuhlman, Godfrey. Mrs. Leona Meyer, 111 E. Main, East Alton. Gregory Prullage. 300 Madison. Mrs. Lois Rodgers, 128 Bond, F^ast Alton. Mrs. Sallie Simon. 811 Ridge, Mrs. Shirley Stewart, Godfrey. Ray Thomas Jr., Rt. 1, Edwardsville. Alvie Williams, Bethalto. DISMISSALS Gary Beck, Godfrey. Jess Bennett, 304 McClure. Teri Bierbaum, Edwardsville. Gary Blevins, Wood River. Mrs. Mary Coleman, 1933 Esther Patrick Collins, 2423 Oakhurst Mrs. Pauline Compton, 2808 Residence. Mrs. Verna Edwards, East Alton Roger Georgewitz, R. 2, Godfrey Louis Hartman, East Alton. Mrs. Verna Hawk, 910 College. Harold Hermans, 2800 Benbovv. Allen Huck, 3101 Belle. Thomas Jun Jr., 1009 McKinley. A. Keehner, New Haven, Mo. Mrs. Oda Koontz, 904 Tonsor. Mrs. Eleanor Longman, Wood River. Mrs. Pauline McKinney, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Jane Mercer, Wood River. Mrs. Gloria Nesbitt, Wood River Mrs. Josephine O'Neill, Edwardsville. Mrs. Charlotte Schneider, 1103 State. Mrs. Faye Schwab, Shipman. Mrs. Laura Taylor, Bethalto The United States Army Air Corps made its first independent raids over enemy lines on April 8, 1918. ALTON COUNCIL No. 460 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS DANCE SATURDAY, JUNE 25 MUSIC BY 9-1 THE ALTONIANS 50e PERSON FOR MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS GOING, GOING, ALMOST GONE The crowd of buyers at the opening of the closing out sale Thursday of H. K. Johnston Hardware Store, State and Broadway, had to stand 50 to 75 deep in the check out line. Many of the items in the store were purchased within the first two hours of the sale. The sale is slated to last for about two weeks. — Staff Photo. Recital Set Monday Night At Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL — Pupils of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Conrady will present a recital of piano music in the music room of the local school Monday evening. The program will begin at 8:15 p.m. The following students will perform: Linda Morrison, Carol Schaller, Theresa Maher, Joyce Adcock. Carol Bierbaum, Debbie Dana, Jane Hess, Joyce Schaller, Patsy Hill, Patricia Maher, Sandra Pyle, Pauline Fensterman, Gary Crotty, Stephen Bierbaum, Mary Lou Myers, Margaret Fahrenkrog, Kathy Enke, Mary Bohlmeyer, Mary Tiona, and Arny Lucking. A piano number, "Coronation," March from the Prophet by Meyerbeer will close the program. This number wil be performed by Joyce Adcock, Amy Lueking, and Mr. and Mrs. Con- i-ady. The program is free and the public is invited to attend. Three-Day Picnic BUNKER HILL — The Holy Cross Catholic Church in Wll- sonville will hold a three-day picnic starting today and ending Sunday, Father C. Gierut, pastor of the church, has announced. A chicken dinner wil be served Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets are adults $1.50 and children 75 cents. A fish fry is scheduled today from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Father Gierut was assistant pastor of St. Mary's Church in Alton and for the past year has been pastor of the St. Mary's Catholic Church in Bunker Hill and the Holy Cross in Wilsonville. Home from Hospital BUNKER HILL —Matthew L. Heinemeier, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Heinemeier, has been discharged from St. Francis Hospital, Litchfield, and is reported as making satisfactory recovery. Matthew was admitted Sunday to the hospital suffering from polio. The subway station in New York's Times Square is used by some 40 million passengers annually. The Pan American Union in Washington, D.C., is maintained by 21 republics. 2 Greenfield Church Classes Plan Picnics Machinists Complete VI Course Five members of the Intel**'tonal Assn. of Machinists from the Alton area received certlfl- jatps today for completing the course at the Machinists Leadership School at the University of Illinois. Those attending the week-long program of classes and discussions wore Ixnvell F. Jones, Rt. 1. Alton; Daniel M. Kilmer, 30B Whitelaw. Thomas Little, 780 East Rosednle, and Charles L. Brown, 404 Monroe, all of East Alton; and David J. Hambleton, 104 East Jrnnlngs Ave., Wood Fliver. The school was conducted by the IAM Grand Lodge Education Department, the Illinois State Council of Machinists, and the University's Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations and Division of University Extension. Similar summer education programs are arranged for IAM members at other colleges Illinois Girl Wins In St, Louis Tonrney ST. LOUTS (AP) -tit* ._,, A blonde cr>ed from Oaktara, Caltt., City Collefe petted a W, 6-1 decision over Elizabeth Gtwr of the University of Lotrtrvflte » gain the semifinals In fhe National College Girls Tennis Championships here Thursday. The other three winners forced to the three-set Hmtt and and~wilversltTes throughout the country. The Alton men were enrolled In the basic course, which In eluded such subjects as "Labor Issues in HIP Headlines," "IAM Organization and Structure," "Effective Speech," "Psychology and Union Partlclpa Don," "Fringe Benefits In Bargaining." and "Making the Steward System Work." Instructors were representatives of the International staff and the University of Illinois faculty. OVPf JCWl Ottrer Of Third *~"*~T IM ^^" ttanm State iBHl>l|pMli- Coflnum of fht tWYfJ' as, 34. 94, 64. Susan Steffftt oltti of fltinow, the semifinals, eftftn of Csiiiral College 48, M, M. twt Pnfton Letters W1NONA, Minn. «!»-?, written by Robert fttHon, tor of the steamboat, tart"! donated to the "" '" " seum here by and James Wlltde of 111., Wlnona natives and *r of a manufacturing plant in Plaines. The museum is an actual steamboat berthed on land in Levee Park. The boat plied «MI Mississippi River for 58 yeati. The "PICK" of NEW YORK "How do you avoid it?" Rural Illinois' No. 1 burner fuel source now offers townfolk extra tank life, too! unity Vm fe an aO-eot effort by FS te help ywi M*B op to $35 (normal tank coat) on too-soon tank replacement ... and avoid costly idle-season damage to your heating system. Now, wherever you live you can share the advantages of rural Illinois' No. 1 burner fuel source! During the month, FS salesmen will be calling an you and your neighbors, urging you to keep fuel tanks filled this summer. Your full tank helps avoid rust caused by idle- aeason condensation in partly-empty tanks. And you get even more help from FS Burner Fuel be- m»nn FSC-22, a special combination of additives, •etuaUy disperses (Judge that already may have formed in your tank. That mean* when heating burner wifl be ready to go end to keep it fit plan ycai won't be bothered of uwuw stoppage OMB tc clogged lines, filters, or nozzles. Farnvproven delivery service. When yen fill with FS you're teaming up with Illinois' most thoroughly-proven delivery service. You probably have seen those white FS trucks traveling country roads .in aU kinds of weather. Through the years FS salesmen have topped them all with a dependability farm families have learned they can rely on. You can too. Pay any Mi of three ways. To make summer. filling even more practical for you, the FS "Keep It FuH To Keep It Fit" campaign lets you pay any of three way*: pay now, pay this iafl, or pay the FS Budget Payment way. •ant Italy MM, petit yew Miely senrtw caBiny tetqrt GREENFIELD — The Builders class of First Baptist Church will meet for a basket dinner and regular meeting at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. William Pembrook. Mr. and Mrs. John Melvin and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pennington will be hosts at the June meeting of the Truthseekers class Tuesday evening. A potluck picnic supper will be served at 6:30 p.m. at Woodbine Country Club. Church Notes GREENFIELD — The Rev. William G. Webber has announced his sermon topic at Firet Baptist Church morning worship Sunday will be, "And So We Believed." "Daring God," will be the theme at the 8 p.m. gospel hour. A group of women of the Baptist Church will attend the annual "House Party" of the Illinois Baptist Women's Mission Societies at MacMurray College, Jacksonville, June 28 through June 30. The Rev. Robert Harwood and Mrs. Harwood moved into the Greenfield Methodist parsonage Wednesday. The Rev. Harwood will serve as pastor of the Greenfield, Rockbridge, and Rubicon Methodist Churches. Children, who have been attending the vacation Bible school at the Presbyterian Church for two weeks, will present their achievement program during the Sunday School hour Sunday morning. Mrs. Richard Dalton has been general superintendent of the vacation school. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD — Mrs. Ruby Harrington and her sister, Miss Lucile Hall, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hancock at a family dinner • Wednesday, in St. Louis. Mrs. G. F. Wilhite was hostess at a meeting of the Tau Upsilon Club Wednesday afternoon. Miss Elizabeth Fitzsimmons, a member of the 1960 high school senior class, and daughter of j Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Fitzsimmons of Rockbridge, will attend Monticello College this fall. Charles Hazelwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ha/elwood, is one of the winners of the Greene County University of Illinois scholarships, awarded following written examinations, and has enrolled for the fall term at the university. Brighton Church Services Scheduled BRIGHTON—At the Sunday 10:30 a.m. service at St. Paul Methodist Church, youths who went to McKendree Institute Swill give reports of their experiences there. Those on the I program will be David Swan,; ! Julia Moore and April barber.! Sermon topic of the He\. C IB. Johnston will be "How Can 1 1 Go Up To My Father's Housei •If the Lad t!o Not With Me''' |Al the 7:30 p.m. service there I I will be a Bible school graduation program. Tuesday at 8 p.m. the Policy and Planning Committee will meet. j Sermon topic of the Rev. j 'Harvey Meckfessel at the 10:301 ism. service at St. John's Kv- [ angelical and Reformed Church ".ill be "Traveling the Right I Road" FosterLegion Women Elect New Officers FOSTERBURG— The American Legion Auxiliary elected officers Monday evening at the town hall. Those elected were: president, Mrs. Jerry Martin; vice president, Mrs. Edna Cramer; treasurer, Miss Mildred Rink; secretary, Mrs. Eunice Miller; chaplain, Mrs. Evelyn Beck; historian, Miss Elsie Rink; and sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. LaVerne Wehrman. Plans for a potluck supper were made. It will be held July 18 at 7 p.m. at the Torch Club. 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