Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 12, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 12, 1963
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,'JULY 12,1983 ALTON EVENING TELEtiUAP« Hospital Notes mm Wood MfettlOAL Mubel-t Swltzeiy M? First. Mrs. Befrtlce Andfrsofi, tarrtpa Fla. ' / WayhtrPhfelp*. We. i, Jemc Lucy Mebanlei, 3io Ohio, teas Alton. Mrs. Delia fceasley, 1176 Lotefm SUKOtOAL David Whit!o<&, Cottage Hills. Mm. fiiteen* OrHs, 11? dboper East AltdH. Mrs. Efoma Carroll, 301 WhHelav Roger Ray ftalties, 348 Central. DISMISSALS , Mrs. Vlcki firowti, ?30 Fourth. Ronald ftoode, Hartford. ' Clnrertce Fdster, Cottrige Mills Willis Jtelhiflhloler, 62o7 First. David ' Whltlock, Cottage Mills. St. Anlhoriy's MKDICAL Miss Vfckie" Conley,' 821 Douglas Mike Bryant, Cotfage Hills. Mrs. Chrlslevn Cook, Bethallo. Willis Rlsler,, bos.? William. Mrs. Connie Johnson, Hartford Roy Men-Ing, Rte. 1, Godfrey Mrs. Helen Lewis, lite. 1, Dow. Mrs. Mnrycttn Leather's, 10 Cooper, EiHjt Alton. Mrs. Mary Neely, '2708 Strong. Mrs. Eva Fulks, 262-1 Plalnview DISMISSALS Mrs. Gnicc McEvers, Jorseyvilh Mrs. Mfilbti Fvunke, Godfrey. Mrs. Mfirgurol Ballurd, 2115 Col lege, Mrs. Sadie Vetlor, East Alton. Mrs. Mellndii Rogers, 1203 Wil lard. Mrs. Claudinc Coley,. 2711 View land. Mrs. Then Fcdil, 20<) Fourth. Mrs. Mary Morris, 330G Leroy. St. Joseph's MKIMOAL Zelmar Lumpkln, !)29 Tonsor. Mrs. Charlotte Longwisch, Rte. 1 East Alton. Steve Skiindrich, 517 Mudison Wood River. Mrs. Lucille Stout, Belhallo. Mrs. Berneita Hart, 3425 Robin Mrs. Ednae Henderson, Edwards vi lie. Tony Jansen, Edwardsvllle. Charles Hill, Rte. 1; Edwardsville Renee Madison, 1714 Oakwood. SURGICAL Mrs. Betty Ulery, Rte. 3, Jerseyville. Mrs. Lee Viernum, 321 E. Eighth. Mrs. Maude Jo'uett, 2501 Kohler, Mrs. Edna Sturgeon, Bethalto. Bertha Andrus, 611 S. Eighth, Wood River.' Vale Godden, Rte. 1, West Alton. Gerald Herron, 322 McClure. David Cook, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Miss Jane Beier, Jerseyville. Mrs. Yvonne Cunningham, Rte. 2, Carrollton, > Mrs. Jo Arm Curry, Roxana. Miss Joan Feuquay, 3304 Mission. Mrs. Julia Gilbert, 325'Dooley. Gary Gusewelle,' Worden. Mrs. Shelba Moskins, Bethalto. Mrs. Alta Minor, 111 Market. Wesley Parrish, 3621 Aberdeen. Peatiey Pittman, 1831 Market. Anicato Ramirez, Wood River. Rita D. Roark, 1005 Pearl. James Williams, 811 E. Fifth. Mrs. Virginia Zarantonello, Wood River. Mrs. Catherine ttehrlerson, Gbd frey. Mrs. Cora Grading, East Alton Glen Myers, Bunker Hill. Sheldon Prltchard, East Alton. Mrs. Uvrt Rhodes, East Alton. Parties Langley, Jerseyville. Troy Smith, 500 Goodfellow, Mrs. WaneUft Bodlne, 1524 Jersej Mrs. Helen Slollz, Bethalto, George Keller, 1101 Douglas. Richard Williams, 618 Wyss. Silas Black,; East Alton. Gary Lyitn, Godfrey. Harry Norris, 3648 Western. Jersey Coimmiiiily MI5DICAL Mrs. Tlllle Morrison, Fleldon Mrs. Clctiis Belermann, JerseyVl Mrs, Edtnoiid Slevors, Meppen SURGICAL Pete Ulery .Hnrdin DISMISSALS Mrs. Newell Mllom, Jerseyville Eugene Perdun, Jerseyville Mrs. Glottis Bclermnnn, Jersey villo Mrs. Herbert Ennls, Graftoii Fred Klaus, Meppen Campbell Is Head of Antique A lUoinobileAssn. George Campbell was elected wsidenl of the Alton Antique Au- omobilc Assn. Thin'sday night nl .lie Piusa Tool and Die Club Hall. Also elected were Dick Elston, .'ice president; Elvin Zlmmcr- nan, secretary; and Harris Jail, treasurer. Plans nonth (Uto parts needed by the mem- jers was held. Also discussed were plans for next year's displays, with Paul Vinters being accepted as a nember. Code Bans Any Discrimination In Licensing SPRINGFIELD, III. - JSepcial) — The Code of Fair Practices isued by Gov. Otto Kerner pro- ides that state licensing agencies ake action to assure that such ervlces are extended by the li- ensees on a non-discriminatory asis. The Illinois Department of Reg- stration and Education licenses 3 vocations and professions. William Sylvester White, direc- or of the department, has re- uested the chairman of each of ie professional and vocational ommittees in the department to ubmit proposed amendments to ie rules ami regulations to im- lement the policy of the Code. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Mrs. Dora! Hilmes, Hartford. Mrs. Grace Rathgeb, 1102 Brown. Mrs. Shirlene Smith,'East Alton. Mrs. Helen Hyman, Bethalto. Charles Beasley, Gnifton. Randall Darr, Medora. Edward Manlon, 1025 Easlon. Mark Andrews, Godfrey. SURGICAL John M. New, East Alton. Curtis- Brown, East Alton, Pamela Slier, 2709 Sanford. Mrs. Jacqueline Gregor, Godfrey, Mrs. Doris Chapman, Alton. George Buckner, Gillesple., Vernon Jutting, East Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Darlene Bergesch, 2625 Sidney. Mrs. Shirley Forsythe, 1625 Greenwood. Mrs. Evelyn McGraw, 1808 Crest. Mrs. Joyce Sullivan, BethaJto. Daniel Wieland, Dow. ' Clyde Miller, Bethalto. < John Timpe, 171Q Feldwisph. Ansel Tayjor, 2220 Clawson.'" College Notes Larry L. Hartley of 2804 Grandview Ave., will be graduated from the atyframe and powerplant mechanics course at Parks College of ,Aeronautical Technology of St. touts University on July 23. Three area students have been selected as Edmund J.' James spholars of the University of Illinois. They are Donald McKeiwIe of 944 Douglas St., arts and science; Sherrill F, Freesmeyer of JerseyvUle, engineering; and Philip D. Be- Janger, 410 George St., Wood River, fine and applied arts. Total participants are 3 per cant of the entering freshman class, They are chosen on the basis of scholarship and recommendations. Auxiliary Meet* A family picnic for July 30 was planned by the AJtoji'Wood River Sportsm§n'a AwlUwy their J5 p,m, day in the club rooms. . The auxiliary will attend a baseball game in St, Louis on Sept, 13. The jyywal style show has been tentatively set for December. , The next meeting will he , Auf, 8 at -»>m- to toe ciub vwros. us arc being; made for next li's tours. X discussion on John Oetken Installed K of C Grand Knight John F. Octkc'1 Jr., 735 Spring St. MS installed as grand knight o! the Alton doundl (Knights' of Columbus fhtirsdny ^evenJHg at the K of" <3 btilidlHg,' \s ;•'<..' Louis:A. Lehf jWof' (ihlcago, state advocate ol! *the Illinois Stale was the irtstallltlg jjfflce'if, During the tweeting the newly- installed grand Jtoighl" announced his appointments for the, 1 coming year, The Rev, Father Peter Grand Officers Al Wood River Lodge Monday WOOD RTVKR — Mrs. Mil- tired Blomstrand, Chicago, grand worthy matron of the rand chapter of Eastern Star, and her staff of officers, will 30 guests at the 8 p.m. Mon- rlay mbcting of the order of Eastern Star in the Masonic Temple. A banquet honoring the guests will be served In the emple at 6 p.m. preceding the 'ormal meeting., Saturday evening has been announced as the leadline Cor reservations which nay be made with Mrs. Howell 'Sarnett, worthy matron. Plans for the visit of the grand officers were made at a Thursday meeting of the chap. :er in the temple. WSCS Entertained At South Roxana SOUTH ROXANA — The Wom- in's Society of Christian Service if Ihe Methodist Church m e t 'hursday afternoon with Mrs. am Chapman presenting t h e rogram "What Shall We Tell Our Children About Suffering." She Iso gave the missionary lesson. Hostesses were Mrs. Mabel Sou- hard and Mrs. Clara Hessl. News Notes SOUTH ROXANA — Mrs. Eler Larson of Martinez, Calid., as been visiting friends and rela- ives in the area. She has been he guest of her son-in-law and aughter, the Rev. and Mrs. Budy Johnson of Venice and is cur- ehtly visiting another son-in-law nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry iug at Normal. Roland Perry of Williamsburg, a., formerly of the Wood River and Jerseyville area visited-Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. • Clarence \sh of Wanda. He is now making is home with his son-in-law and aughter Mr. ' and Mrs. Mark lines in Williamsburg. • Berloldo assistant pastor of SS. Peter and Paul's ChUrch Ms named' chaplain. Other appointments were; Robert L. Leffsfln, general program chairman^ Doii- ald Funk, Catholic activities; Robert Johnson, council activities; Ralph Joehl, fraternal activities; Richard WefnHch, membership; Al Trelchel, public.relation's! ntld Paul Crlvello, youth activities, In addition .to .Octkeii, other officers installed were: M a r o i^d Leonard, deputy .grand, .knlglii; Edward Weaver, chancel!of{ Berry B. Harris, financial secretary; William Harlman, recorder; Gordon Rubensteln, warden; Eugene 3chulz, Treasurer; Paul J, Van Buren, trustee; J. Dale Stobbs, advocate; Robert Prullage, Inside guard; William Adamson, outside ?uard. Roxana Girl Gels University Honor ROXANA - Miss Mary Sparing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Sparling of Relief ave- Hie, has been invited to serve as an honor resident at Illinois State '•formal University in Normal for ihe coming year. Miss Sparling attended a workshop for house residents at East 3ay Camp at Lake Bloomington in May. She is currently employed as cashier at Roxana Swimming Pool. Honored on Birthday ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Marion Pivoda of Kendall Hill had as dinner guests Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Worthy of Wood River and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ncsler of Kendall Hill. The dinner marked Pivoda's birthday. Visiting Parents ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bedwell and three children of Decatur returned to their home today after spending the past 10 days with Mrs. Bedwell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Acklin of Walnut Street and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bedwell of W. Fourth Street. Baptist Glass at East Alton Meets EAST ALTON — Gary Yates, youth director of the First Baptist Church, entertained with a medley of folk songs and spirituals as the program feature at the Thursday meeting of the Daughters of Ruth class in the church social rooms. During the brief business meeting conducted by Miss Emma Unterbrink, a $50 .contribution was voted as a gift to a handicapped local resident. Group From Wood River to Attend Methodist Holiday WOOD RlVER - A large delegation from Ihe Methodist Church will attend the Methodist Holiday at the DuQuoin fair grounds Saturday. The afternoon session is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. and the evening service at 7:30 p.m. when the all male chorus will present special music, Ihe Re'v. Edwin Grant, pastor, reports. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. William Greg ory are serving as host couples to entertain the Tower Class at a 7 p.m. bowling party In the Wood River Bowl, followed by a social and refreshments in the church parlors. Youth'Will keynote the program at the noon politick dinner meeting of the Woman's Society ol Christian Service Wednesday in EVB Events Announced «• At Wood River WOOD RIVER — The Rev. Glenn E. Huffman, new pastor of the Evangelical United Church, has announced special meetings for the next few days will include: a barbecue and fellowship meeting of the Young Adult Class at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at the Torch Club; Youth Fellowship picnic And outing in Rock Springs Park Sunday afternoon with the group meeting at 12 noon at the church to journey to the park in a group; and the ahnnual barbecue and fellowship meeting of the Men's group Thursday evening at the Westerner Club Grounds. A unified service will be held during the 9:30 a.m. Sunday worship hour when the pastor will deliver Ihe sermon, "Direction Determines Destiny". Boys and Girls Fellowship will meet at 9:30 a.m. followed by Bible School at 10:30 a.m. The evening worship at 7:30 p.m. will be preceded by the Youth Hour at 6:30 p.m. John Cook, lay leader, will be in charge of the 7:30 p.m. Wednes day service; and William Wathern will serve as study leader. the church social rooms. Talks will be given by the Misses Elaine Cole, Diana Worthen and Pault Grcer. Miss Susanne Conant wil play piano accompaniment for group singing. Miss Judy Bermes will appear as vocal soloist anc Miss Linda Stoke as piano soloist. Devotions will be led by Donald Baker. Guests are asked to,bring their own table service and a covered dish for the meal. Baby sitting services will be furnished according to Mrs. Andrew Baker, chairman. Wood River W SO Names Delegates To McKendree WOOD RIVER - Mrs. Frances Heeren and Mrs. Lee Hudspeth were selected as delegates to the uild Weekend Aug. 9-11 at McKendree College, Lebanon, when the Wesleyan Service Guild met Wednesday in the social rooms of the First Methodist Church. Plans were made for a large representation of the Guild to attend the Saturday session. Thank you notes were read from Hie four youths who were honored and presented gifts by the Guild and WSCS during church services last month. It was voted to add an annual appropriation of $15 to the regular budget, for the purchase of gifts to high school graduates of the church each spring. A letter was read from t h e District Guild, commending the group for exceeding their pledge in the missionary program. Tentative plans were made for the joint meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service and in the Guild in September when the Guild will serve as host group. Mrs. Heeren was appointed chairman of general arrangements. SAVE ONE DOLLAR Children's Tapered Toe CANVAS ARCH-TIES • Sponge Innersoles • 12-3 • Blue • Guaranteed $ tt 00 • Reg. $2.00 pair Men's-Womeri's Canvus Casuals and Ties Also Reduced.; WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-<K Xi. BROADWAY v \!t V V Hate mosquitoes? BOON stops 'em! a lasting outdoor control ST. PETERS V f v V V V V Y V W V \f V \f Electric & Hardware W 2502 State St., HO 5-8431 ' Wood tliver Eagles Auxiliary Meets WOOD RIVER - Mrs. William Wnnous and Mrs. Kenneth Hicks, delegates, reviewed highlights ol the recent state convention held in Waukegan, when the Eagle's Auxiliary met Thursday in thi Eagles Hall. Mrs. Joseph Chiado and Miss Frances Hurshbnrgcr also attended the convention and all four participated as members of convention work committees. The publicity book and president's book of the unit were each awarded honorable mention in Ihe state contest, it was reported. Mrs. Joseph Baker compiled the publicity book, and Mrs. Wanous, :he president's book. Plans were made /for a joint nccting of the auxiliary and lodge it 8 p.m. Wednesday to discuss he possibility of jointly sponsor- is projects and activities during he coming year. Mrs. Carl Lackey, president, Youth Injured In Fall on Obstacle Coarse WOOD RIVER - Rogr-r Raines, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Raines, 346 Central Ave., suffered a fracture of his left arm when he fell from a ladder while going through the obstacle course at Camp Warren Levis Thursday. He was admitted to the Wood River Hospital for treatment al 6:55 p.m. Roger is a member of Wood River Troop 44. Freeman Goodrich Jr., 2J, 402 Cobb St., East Alton, received burns on both hands Thursday when the motor of his car caught 'ire while he was working on it. Goodrich was treated and re- oasod from the hospital for scc- nppointed Mrs. Hicks as chair- nan of arrangements for the July 25 meeting. Servleai EDWARDSVILLE — "Tbf lorn of Worry" will be thfe topic Sunday at St. John's Methodist Church, the ttev. ilhrrjos Nctlleton, pastor has ftfirtourjced. The youth discussion group will meet at 7 p.m. In McKendree Lounge. Mid-week services will be held at 7:30 p.m. In the chapel. The Rev. Patton, assistant pastor, will discuss "The Feeding of the Four Thousand". The church MVF Will sponsor an ice cream social on the church lawn from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Hospital Nolon EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Morris White and son, 1011 Brlggs, Were discharged Thursday from St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland. There were no admissions from the Edwardnvllle area. oncl and first degree burns at 7 p.m. SPECIAL SALE! PLYWOOD PANEL-WEAVE FENCING FACTORY FINISHED AND WOVEN READY FOR EASY INSTALLATION • 3-PIECE SECTIONS Regularly $1.67 ONLY • 7-ft. posts, 4" square, pressure • treated full length with Bolldcn salt In accordance with AWPA spec. P5-53, Federal spec. IT-W-571, TT-W538. 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