Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 23, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 23, 1963
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* >L TO3SBAV, 23, 19M I Hospital Notes FORTY ODD By Ng Braekin and Rod Lull Wood ttiver Towisliln MBMOAfc, l Mrt/DflM Padgett, Shiriig, icy. Mfi. ftttfcy Otwaberlflifl, dottage M«. 'Ifrft* hattsey, 212 fweifth. .HarhbletoB, ttoxana, Mflrgis, Belleville, Mich. Mrs, Ertle Mamtrt, 151 Asian. Mrs, Allle Krueger, 576 Leslie, 1 Vitiyard, 8UZ Penning. St, Amhoity's MEDICAL John thrtp, 46S 'Gfeot-ge, Wood RlverY Raymond Miller, 2718 Residence. Mrs. Opal Molloy, 685 Douglas. Mrs. Florence Cook, 324 Bluff. Trufrtan Thompson, Godfrey. Virgil Marelng; tedwardavllle. Mrs. Pauline Stone, 152 Maywood, East Alton. Joseph Schulz, 928 Pearl. Jnmes Myers, Cottage Hills. Mnrshtt McDuffy, 419 Mather. Burl Moyers, 112 Illinois, East Alton. Mrs. Elolse Watson, 3313. Leo. Mrs. Kenneth Klette, Edwards- vllle. Mra. Matie Henderson, 2521 Humbert, Roger Stewart, Cottage Hills. DISMISSALS Mrs. Sharon Gagliardo, 858 Dan forth. Mrs. Nellie Mount, 318 Broadway Lois Clark, 2306 Lincoln. Kay Dorsey, 56 Sullivan. Mrs. Ann Donnelly, 1631 Central Harold Wajnwrlght, Jerseyvllle. Lloyd Craddlck, 808 Herbert. Mrs. Verna Huber, 913 Henry. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mra. Marilyn Mosby, 150 S. 10th, Wood River. Robert Walden, 310 Carroll. Mrs. Laura Scott, Brighton. Robert Whltmore, 3155 Seminary. Mias Elizabeth Shaughnessy, 2609 Hillcrest. Lyman Davis, Rte. 1, Hamburg. Charles Schoeffel, 2623 Judson. Gregory Ventress, 609 Reed, East Alton. Mrs. Edley Dugan, 609 Marsh. SURGICAL Christopher West, 2203 Marquette Mrs. Ethel Carr, 3702 Wickenhauser, James Crawford, 2829 North. Mrs. Lillian Jennings, St. Louis. Mrs. Colleen Starkey, Roxana. Oliver Walker, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Rose Bayer, 927 E. Fourth. Miss Gretchen Bergschneider,, Alexander, 111. DISMISSALS Mrs. Bertha Andrus, Wood River. Frank Boatwright, 2788 Johnson. Mrs. Eileen Crews, 2916 B\jena Vista. Miss Mary Hamrn, Wood River Mrs. Taka Howarth, Wood River Richard Lenz, 1305 Willard. Mrs. Peggy Little, East Alton Mrs. Sharon Metz, Brighton. Mrs. Joanne Ontis, 818 Arch. Berl Slack Jr.,. 244 Madison. Steve Skundrich, Wood River Clifford Smith, East Alton. Lloyd Wyman, Brighton. Hiliard Marshall, 2300 Rodgers, Joseph Scott, East Alton. Robert Wisnasky, East Alton. Open 9 to 9-Mon. to Sat, SMIIHALSOP^ FINE PAINT FAMOUS WALLPAPER ART. MATERIALS EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Phon« 254-3023 . Alma Newton, 2004 Belle. Robert Walden, 310 carroll. Community Mrs. John States, Lexington Park, Md, Valter Betermann, Jerseyville. At*. Joseph Green, Kane., Idon Loeitke, Jerieyvitte. DISMISSALS Allen Draper, Jerseyville.,* wi T&lley, Jerseyvlile, 2athy Dunham, Fieldon. ' lonald Moore, Jerseyville. Mrs, Herman Kronable, Hardin. John Nolte St., Golden Eagle, lenry Hendrlcks, Brussels. / Cheryl Witt, Jerseyville. > Mrs. Edward Duggan, Jerseyville Alton Memorial MEDICAL Mary C. Gabriel, Alton. Vtrs. Wanda Kaslnger, Alton. •larry McCune, Edwardsville. Theresa Kulenkamp, 3201 Belle. -. Lee Massey, Jerseyville.. Mrs. Peggy Worthy, East Alton. Fay Doty, Brighton. Fayette Plvoda, Godfrey. Dortale Doak, 4814 Wickmor. SUIIOIOAL VTrs. Mabel Sholars, Wood River. Pavah Lasseter, Bethalto. Ernest Dial, Wood River. 3eraldine Grable, 2318 Crawford. Roger and Jerry Cruse, Wood River. v Mrs. Madellnp Rhoades, Roxana Mrs. Anna Proctor, 4500 College. Carl Reynolds, Edwardsville. ' Mrs. Pearl Heepke, Edwardsville Richard Ells, 818 McPherson. Ann Ruyle, Godfrey. DISMISSALS Clarence Hay, Wood River. Mrs. LHlle White, Godfrey. Wesley Bayles, Rte. 1, Alton. Dale Grader, Godfrey. Patty Waters, 1222 Brown. Timothy West, 2208 Marquette. Bobby Masters, East Alton. Bradley Bailey Jr., Godfrey. Mrs. Ann Sloan, East Alton. Mrs. Janice Knowlson, East Alton Mrs. Frances Holbrook, Godfrey Mrs. Mary Vanler, 2830 Hillcrest Mrs. Martha Bland, '3001 Glenwood. Vernon Jutting, East Alton. Charles Headley, 2610 Walnut. Mrs. May Barton, Alton, 'No, 1'wfesn't with Teddy Roosevelt at San Juan Hill, and 1 wasn't with Lee at Gettysburg, and I never saw VYCLall I , VYJLH J-JCC O.L VH*H*jrouM*m CLHV4 .ft ijt~ri*.j Wlllltftn the Conqueror Ndw lets forget the whole thing}" Kane KANE — Miss Judy Gary returned home Sunday from a si> weeks tour of the Eastern State and Canada sponsored by the Na Honal Education Association. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greene ar parents of an 8 pound 2 ounce son born Sunday. The infant has been named Floyd Neil. Grandparent are Mr. and Mrs. Warren Greew and Mrs. Frank Greene. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Bergland lef Sunday for Madison, Wis.,. aftp visiting her brother, Don Decke and wife. , !' Sunday dinner guests of Mr. an Mrs. J. R. Bell were; Mr. an Mrs. Darrell Bell and children o Wilmington, Del., Mr. and Mrs Elmer Krueger and family of Me dora, and Duane Bell. -Give your expandable blood t save an unexpendable American COMMUNITY PLAYERS Present "THE WOULD BE GENTLEMAN" A comedy in two acts JULY 25, 27 & 28 8:30 P.M. at the ROUND HOUSE Wood River For reservations i Tickets 50e Call CL 4-3680 Roxana Club Chairmen Appointed ROXANA — Mrs. Alan,Rhea, (resident of the Roxana Woman's Club, has announced department hairmeh for the coming year. They are: Mrs. Ernest Bolen, American citizenship! Mrs. 'Ro- >ert McKinney, American Home; Mrs. Boyd Rains, art; Mrs. Charles Mitchell, civil defense; rtiss Mary Legate, conservation; Miss Mildred Jackson, education and youth; Mrs. Clarence Wilson, ;arderis; Mrs. Cecil Zumwalt, international relations; Mrs. Alva Ayres, Lincoln Lodge Boys' Town; Miss Selma Lemmerman, literature; Vlrs, Kenneth Porter, mental icalth; Mrs. Wendell Jacoby, mo- ion pictures, radio and TV; Mrs -.eRoy Dalhaus, music; Mrs. Joseph Chlado, press book; M r s. Charles Price, publicity; Mrs. lisle Johnson, public health and welfare record; Mrs. Archie Browder and Mrs. Arthur East, veterans service. Standing committee chairmen are: Mrs. LeRoy Dalhaus, budget; Mrs. Keith McFarland, aud- t; Mrs. LeRoy Woodard, hostess; Mrs. Richard Durhkop, commun- ty improvement; Mrs. Thomas Kerr, membership; M r s. Roy Fraser, ways and means) Mrs Oscar Kleinert, friendship cards Mrs. LeRoy Woodard. parliamen tarian and Mrs. George Sample historian. Home Bureau to Meet ROXANA — The Rox-Ann Uni of the Homemakers Extension wil have an all-day meeting Wednes day at the home of Mrs. Edwarc Mense, 306 S. Ninth St., Rosewood Heights, beginning at 10:30 a.m The new 'slate of .officers wi! be announced and the June, Jul and September hostesses w i 1 serve luncheon. Reporter on VuvaHon ROXANA — Mrs. Wilson H Gross, Roxana news correspon dent for the Telegraph, will be on vacation for the next 10 days. Attend County Meeting ROXANA — Mrs. Alan Rhea president of the Roxana Woman' Club and Mrs. James Venable county vice president and a for mer president of the Roxana Bat 3 meal* a day —lose 6-10-16 lb». Delightfully dellclouBj3llm-Mlnt helps control appettt*. Wakes reducing ««• / Ulim.Uint Jer, more enjoyable, U^i'ff,.™!" t Safe. At Thrifty SLIM-MINT GUM Tots Get Stomach Towages EDWARDSVILLE;— Two Edwardsville tots, , Donna Martin, 2, and her; brother, Ronald, 1, were given stomach lavages Monday at St. Joseph's Hospital; Alton, ' v where they were taken after they had swallowed kerosene from a space, heater at the family home ', on Main street. The youngsters are the children of Mr. a'nd Mrs. Donald Martin, . new Ed- wardsviUe residents, and the grandchildren of ) Mrs. Arthur C. Boeker of; Edwardsville. Both children were treated and released and reported in good condition today. Rt>v> Dana and Family Honored At Brighton Hardin HARDIN — Mrs. 1 Garry Dirksmeyer underwent , major emergency surgery in St Joseph's Hospital in Alton Sunday night, where she was taken by ambulance ear- ler in the evening. She had-become suddenly fll at her home here Saturday night. Mrs. Dirksmeyer is recuperating satisfactorily and expects to be able to return home in about 10 days. Miss'Vickie Berrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Marquis Berrey, has returned to_ her home here from a visit with her uncle anc aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berrey in St. Charles, ;Mo. The Marquis Berrey family drove to St. Charles to bring heir home. Miss Regina Nestrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Nestrick of Vandalia, former Hardin resi dents, is a guest this week o: Miss Cathy Campbell at the home of her parents; Mr. and Mrs James Campbell in Hardin. t?he Rev. and Mrs. Joseph "fcana and three children were honor guest* ,at a pot- ;uck dinner at First Presbyterian Church Sunday. .The Rev. Dana is •'chaplain' and professor of re itgion at Blackburn College and las been Acting as supply pastor of the church during the vacation of the pastor, the' Rev, W. Ken- Hard Lacy. . Honored on Birthday BRIGHTON - Mrs. Carrie Du- llng was. entertained on her 84th birthday with a dinner at the home of her greaUttephew, Dr. Clyde Wetland, Jerseyvllle, Sunday. Twenty five nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews attended the event. , Visiting Cardinal)) BRIGHTON Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lehnig and daughters of Buffalo, N.Y., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cardinal. Visiting In Pittsburgh BRIGHTON — Tom Leighty Cas tile, son of Mr. and Mrs. Georgp Leighty, accompanied his uncl and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. J. Ryan Beiser and daughter, Theresa, li Pittsburgh, Pa., where he wil visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs 'oseph Brozgal. The Beisers visit d relatives in the Alton area re cently and went to Pittsburgh o heir route home to Tampa, F)a Brighton Notes BRIGHTON — Kenny Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Jones, and Kenny's grandmother, Mrs. fosephine Cairns, are summer juests of Mrs. Cairns' sister, Mrs. Peresa Lott, at Yates Center, <an. Mrs. P. E. Porter, Youngstown, .riz., accompanied her son, Albert Liston, this far on his way o Newport, R.I., where he will nter the U.'S. Nacy Officer Candi- ate School. Following complet- on of 'his training he will go to Athens, Ga., for six months fur- her instruction. Mrs. Porter will >e at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ash and with friends and •elatives in Carlinville until she eaves for her home July 31. Woman's Club, attended the Madi son County meeting of the Illinoi Federation of .Women's Club a the home of th<> county president Mrs. Fred Hatobegger, in High land Monday, j nriduJI Shower ROXANA — There will b.e.a miscellaneous / bridal shower 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church in honor of Miss Patty Parker who will be married July 27 /to Barry Seward. Hostesses will be Mrs, Norma Zyph, Mrs. Jean Vanhorn, Mrs Newton Tuckjer, Mrs. Robert Williams and Mi-s. Don'Hubbard. Get the we|x '•• out of your ear* with K^RHty*proMl THRIFrY DRUG Gymnastics Exhibition Set at Hartford Park RECEIVES AWARD .. . .Mrs. George Gerbig of David Acres, Brighton, who lifts been commended by the U.S. Post Office . Department for causing the discovery of a helplessly stricken patron on her rural mail route. Rural Mail Carrier at Brighton Gets Award Admissions Week at SIU Set Aug. 1-12 EDWARDSVILLE - — Admissions week will be observed by Southern Illinois University Aug 1-12, the admissions director, John H. Schnabel said-today. .Schnabel said that students seek ing admission for the 'first tjrn or re-entering SIU are required t complete admission qualification before registering for the f a 1 quarter. Advance registration is schedul ed for Aug. 13 to Sept. 6. Registra tion hours will be from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Mon day through Fridays, Registra tions for night courses will also be accepted. Prospective students must submit a high school transcript or record of 'transcript from another college or university. Transcripts must be mailed directly to the office of admissions. Information may be obtained from the admissions office at Edwardsville, LONDON — An English Earl is playing detective in his village trying to find a house - breaker. No policeman is assigned to the tiny town. No car iyir $|rr|i|^b|ttf r recommt ndationt. In tye final analysis the success of a car must ^ac^' acceptance by the people With complete freedom^ of .choice, The 1963 Cadillac Vtht <Hk@^;Cadi|pac of 'all tlme.'Dgnft you think It merits \your consideration? 1 < i * .-, — > ' i . . \ YI9IT TOim&QCM-AqTHQRIXID;'. LEE KLEIN CADILLAC, Inc, 1*10 I, IROADWAY ft HO S-3534 BRIGHTON — Mrs. George lerbig of David Acres, carrier of ural mail route No. 2 out of the Srighton post office, has received commendation from Postmaster General J. Edward Day. The commendation was for re- »rting conditions that led to the liscovery of a stricken patron, lelpless on^the floor of his home luring severely cold weather and iringing about the alleviation of lis suffering. The stricken man, Villiam Strebel, subsequently died. However, the commendation re- ates that Mrs. Gerbig, noting af- er a day off that Strebel had not picked up his mail at h i s ural box, sensed that something was amiss and notified relatives who found the man lying on the loor of his home, the victim ol a heart attack. The home was without heat anc t was assumed that Strebel hac been stricken at least 48 hours prior to being found. The commendation was given to Mrs. Gerbig by Brighton Post master Marvin Stewart. 5 From Edwardsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Five aie residents were admitted Monda; to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland and three patients were discharg ed. Admitted were: Michael Wheel er, 132 Columbia; Roy Long, 216 Springer; Mrs. Edith Shafer, 409 'M" St.; Reinhard Rickher, 203 First St.; Miss Dianna Lott, 425 North Schwarz. Discharged 'were: 'Mrs, Leroy Idwards and son, Rte. 1; Mrs. 'reeman Schmidt and son, Rte. 3; Miss Lynda Barnett, Rte. 1. Eldred ELDRED — David Schaaf of Wedora spent the past week with lis grandparents while his par- ints, Mr, and Mrs. Leo Schaaf, were on vacation. Miss Sherryl Trusty, student nurse at Passavant Hospital, Jack- onville, spent the weekend with ier parents, Mr, and Mrs. Newell Trusty. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hyde and daughters of Bethalto were week- md guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hyde. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Harlin Melton were: Mr and Mrs, Richard Brannan and daughters of Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Peter McCadden and daughter of Carbondale, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brannan and family. Mrs. Janie Wiles, Mrs. Beatrice and Mrs. Zelma Folger of Madi- Carrollton Girl In Beauty Pageant CARROLLTON - Miss Barbara tobirison of Carrollton, who wa hosen Miss Greene County at c ageant sponsored by the Jaycee f White Hall during the annua uly 4 celebration, represente he county in the Miss Illinoi 'ageant held last week in Au ora. Miss Robinson was accompan ed to Aurora by her parents, M: and Mrs. William Robinson. Sh s a 1963 graduate of the Ca •ollton Community Unit H i g Jchool and is employed in Jac! sonville. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Saturday as medical patients were: Mrs. Juanita Chism of Carlinville and Paul Scoggins of Carrollton. Ad mitted Sunday were: Richard Snyder and Oscar Crane of Car rollton, both medical patients. Ad mitted Monday as medical pa tients were: Orville Edwards anc Miss Judy Kay Giberson of Car rollton, Mrs. Grace Richardson o Kampsville, Mrs. Winifred Logai and Jay Newton both of Eldred Dismissed Saturday were: J Paul Shaw and Ben Hopwood o Carrollton; Glenn Rands of Het tick and Mrs. Allhea Cadmus of Medora. Dismissed Sunday were: Otto Sethaler, Timmy Preston and Richard Snyder of Carrollton and Mrs. Juanita Chism of Carlinville. Dismissed Monday were Mrs. Carol Dllks of Jerseyville and Mrs. Barbara Davidson and daughter of Carrollton. Wins Tourney CARROLLTON — The Carroll- ion Senior 9 to 11 age K h o u r'y League team won the tournament held July 15 through July 21 at he VFW park in White Hall. John Clark is manager of the :eam and the coaches are Gale Staples and Chester Gourley. Second place in the tournament was won by the Roodhouse Sen or team and third place by the White Hall Senior team. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON-Mr. and Mrs. lobert Meier of Carterville spent HARTFORD — A gymnastics sxhibitlon will be given at the Hartford Playground Wednesday at 1 p.m. by fl group from Iowa University and Wood River High School under the supervision of John Cates, gymnastic instructor at the high school. Clint Evans, playground supervisor, has announced that a program to stimulate reading during the summer months, has been inaugurated at the playground with a member of the local library board in charge of the reading and literature being furnished through the courtesy of the Wood River library. Gary Wlntjen, a local youth and a member of the Wood River wrestling team is giving instructions in wrestling as an added traction at the playground this ummer, tmd sessions are held ach Monday, Wednesday and riday from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. Also each day from 1 p.m. to 2 ,m. instructions are being given n the rings, side horse and par- llel bars by two park attendants, arry Powers and Lindell Gfov- r, who are members of the Wood liver gymnastics team. Family Kuunion HARTFORD — Mr. and Mrs. a m e s Lattimore of E. Date street were hostesses at a family eunion Sunday at Sandy Beach near Meadowbrook. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beaser, of Huron, VIo.; Miss Sharon Woodland of 'estus, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Shep Woodland, Mrs. Martha Woodland, n Woodland and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Woodland and family of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Don Woodand of East St. Louis; Mrs. Bob Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie ,attimore and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Lattimore of Wood River and Mr. and Mrs. James Lattimore and sons of Hartford. Visit Son in Oklahoma HARTFORD — Mr. and Mrs. Sill Maupin of E. Hawthorne Street have returned home after a visit with theif son «nd (tough*- teiMn-law, Pvt. Wd Mri. t5ennls wt« itattomd with the U.S. Army In OWahoini. Pvt. Klrkonis Is scheduled to «o to Germany for the next 18 months, and his wdfe' returned here to wait until; she can Join her husband late* . f Mfs. Klrkonis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carlton of Hartford, also visited With them in Oklahoma, last week* Wealth Melts Away BRUSSELS—Thousands ot dollars worth of gold and silver was mleted and trickled away recently In the burning of a Belgian engagement ring factory, Tues., Wed. and Thurs. Feature Family Prices All Scats 25C KIDDHCS' MATINEE Continuous from 1 p.m. Every Wednesday TONIGHT, WED., THURS. Two Exciting Features DISNEY'S HA YLEY MILLS' WhMe _ down the WIND Tues., Thurs. at 8:15 p.m. Wed. 2:80, 6:00, 8:20 p.m. BOB HOPE Millie Vltale (Color) "SEVEN LITTLE FOYS" Tues,, Thurs. at 7jl5 p.m. Wed. 1:00, 4:30, 7:50 p.m. BEL*AiRffi51 CAPRI 66 & H) TR 6 9636 LAST NITE! Ml* fAMIBICAl IDRIVI-INSl iHO SI LOUIS RU Cl 4 .1 14 CHILLS AND THRILLS •King Kong vs. Godzilla' 'Incredible Shrinking Man' STARTS WEDNESDAY ARLENE FRANCIS-AUnwersalReleast LAST NITE!,— Bob Hope — Anita Ekberg 'Call Me Bwana' 'Manchuria,™ Candidate' STARTS WEDNESpAY .OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK the weekend here with Mrs. VIeier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i. R. Covey, and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Covey to Normal Sunday where they were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Satterfield. son, N. J., visited Sunday with heir cousins, Mrs. Bertha Gllle- and, at Fieldon, They also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aderton at Hardin. What's Icee? Your favorite drink ,,. with carbonation and flavor frozen right in the cup! No ice to melt,,, it's all frozen flavor! ORANGE or LEMON-LIME HURRY! LAST 3 NIGHTS^ MOW... 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