Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 4, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 4, 1963
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1963 Brighton Gas Line to Be in By Nov. 15 BRIGHTON - A gas distribution system boing installed in In UF Fall Campaign: Hosier Heads Advance Gifts Robert E. Hosier, manager of| the Alton office of the Illinois j Bell Telephone Co., has been t- , , . . „,. . i named chairman of the advance Brighton by Illinois Power Co., isi ... .... ,.. .,...,,-, j, ««~, i j . i i o ,. », 8 lft division of the United Fund expected to be completed bv Nov. 1 15, it was said nt a meeting of the village board Tuesday night. The distribution system is being Installed in sections so that parts ol the community may be served with gas as the project progresses, Carroll Marcbant of the utility firm said. The main has readied Brighton and some parts of the distributing system have been installed, this being in the southwest section. The work will be carried to the north and final phase will be plac ing the system in Georgene Acres. The utility is installing the line 50 feet into the residence properties free. The board voted to add two new vapor street lights in the business section, one to be supplied with power free of cost by the utility firm, the other to be financed by the village. Belts A Must STOCKHOLM - Sweden is the lastest country to try enforcing the use of auto seat belts. Fall Campaign. Hosier will be assisted by Allen A. Barnerd, president of Barleff's Mens' Clothing Stores, Downtown and Wilshire. Both men were appointed by Edward P. Foeller, general campaign chairman. Hosier will be responsible for the solicitation of a select list of prospects in advance of the regular campaign. Last year the Advance Gift Division raised $117,000. This year their goal is $120,000. To raise this $120,000 Hosier will be assisted by 10 superintendents, 40 foremen and 200 builders. Hosier, 33, prior to coming to Alton, was assistant manager of the Illinois Bell Telephone Co. in Decatur. He attended Southern Illinois University, is a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church, The Elks and the Alton Sportsmans Club. He has been active in the Greater Alton Association of Commerce, the Wood River Chamber of Commerce and the BEST BUYS AT ALTON REFRIGERATION FRIGIDAIRE WASHERS & DRYERS ROBERT E. HOSIES Piasa Council of the Boy Scouts. Hosier served in the U.S. Air Force in Newfoundland and Greenland in the Communication Squadron. He is the father of three children, Michael 9, Mary 6 and Daniel 3, and lives at 41 Chateau, Godfrey. Barnerd, 58, a native of Wood River, is a graduate of Wood River High School and attended Washington University. He is a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Alton, The Elks, Lockhaven Country Club and the Sportsmans Club. Barnerd was president of the ALLEN A. KARNEKD Airmen Honored at Roxana Dinner ROXANA.—Mr. and Mrs. Noahj Everett of East Sixth street entertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor of their two sons, Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MEDICAL Mrs. Virginia Bowman, Medora. Paul Werse, Wood River. Michael Shaw, 2319 Clawson. David KasKing, Piasa. Wm. Edmiston, 2709 Grandview. Patricia Blasingim, 629 Ativood.! 1 '"^ V""'7 nu ' M1 ' un - < 14 *"&" Floyd Willman. Bethalto. U ° bert Ho1aling ' KlngRton ' N ' Y ' Richard Coolhaugli, Edwardsville Quincy Adams. 1902 Marilla. Clarenca Brumfiold, 3112 Pnul. Mrs. Gladys Carter, Godfrey. James Drab, Godfrey. Allon Dpioncy. 3201 Alhy. Honry Fukery, Ifllfi Union. Mrs. Patricia Ladd, Edwardsville Mrs. Emma Manescalco, 711 E. Seventh. Mrs. Mary Mossman, Godfrey. Mrs. Agnes Wegener, Godfrey. Donald Campbell, 1134 Seiler. Mrs. Anita Schreier, Bethalto. Mrs. Ellen Curtis, Hartford. SURGICAL Charles Boyer, 1002 Brook. Mrs. Arlcnc Davis, Bethalto. Mrs. Babotte Fischer, East Alton Mrs. Shirley Haar, 721 Central. Mrs. Margie Sewell, Godfrey. Mrs. Pauline Anderson, Bethalto Mrs Betty Grindstaff, Cottage D| ~™; cour'toise, Rte .1 ,E .Alton Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Jeanelte Miles, Bowen, 111. Rachel L. Fry, 320 Church St., Alton Graf ton Hills. DISMISSALS John Kemp, Cottage Hills. Lavern Kennedy. 2115 College. Frona Walker, East Alton. Edward Schmidt, 3760 Aberdeen. Mrs. Lela Steinberg, Pleasant Hill Mrs. Barbara Bluinfield, 3210 j Edwards. Mrs. Ruth Sutlon, 907 Brown. Harold Friemann, East Alton. Mrs. Florence Dour, Collinsville. Mrs. Velma Richards, 3401 Come- In Place. James Crowe Jr., Bethalto. Mrs. Betty Taylor, 2102 Hickory. Mrs. Sarah Gilbert, Godfrey. Mrs. Caroline Pate, East Alton. Connie Ann Belt, Cottage Hills. Ward Redenbo, Roxana. Fred J. Dark, West Alton, Mo. Ramona Eastham. Hartford. SURGICAL Larry Payne. Belhalto. James 7 Pile, Roxana. DISMISSALS who are in the Air Force. A.2.C. j Robert Di n OWi East Alton. Ronald" Everett has just returned | Mrs. Doris Smith, Bethalto. from the Azores and A.3.C. Chuck j Mrs. Lorena Hall, Cottage Hills. Everett is stationed at Blythvllle, Mrs ' Jean Furlow ' Brighton. 12-Lb. TUB $ 188 Electric 128 Special Alton Kiwanis in 1946 and served as Lieutenant Governor of the Kiwanis, Division 14, in 1962. He was a member of the Civic Memorial Airport Authority Board from 1946 to 1955 and chairman of the board of directors of the llY.M.C.A. from 1940 to 1946. He is president of Barleff's Downtown and Barleff's Wilshire. Barnerd is married and lives at 28 Frontenac, Godfrey. Prairietown PRAIRIETOWN.—Neil Ray, in- Jjfant son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gusewelle, was baptized Ark. Guests included Mrs. i Chuck Everett and daughter of East Alton, who will soon join her husband in Blythville, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell and daughters of AJton; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steelman and daughter of Dorsey; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompson and daughter, Kathy, of South Roxana; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Welch and son of Bethalto; Mrs. Nancy Burgonne and daughter of East Alton, and Mark and Debbie Zarantonnello of East Alton. Roxana Notes ROXANA.—Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cox of Central Avenue have returned from Bowie, Tex., where they visited Mrs. Cox's sister St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Ratie Elledge, Nebo. Mark D. Gorman, 408 Cherry. Mrs. Dorothy Peterson, Rte. 1, Moro. James Crowe, Rte. 1, Bethalto. Austin Wright, Hartford. Mrs. Opal Duncan, 703 Delmar. Mrs. Maude Jouett, 2501 Kohler. Laverne Kennedy, 2415 College. Mrs. Florence Webb, 254 Dooley. Mrs. Minnie Johnson, 401 Dry, East Alton. Mrs. Martha McBride, Roxana. DISMISSALS Mrs. Alice Pfeiffenberger, 456 Bluff. William Coatney, 3012 Lindenwood and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mrs. Alice Mahassek, Wood River Wright. They were accompanied: *With Trade "Across from Germanic Savings" Open Mon. & Fri. Nites Till 9 P.M. Open Mon. & Fri. Nites Till 9 P.M. Sunday ITs't" Peters" Lutheran b >' another sister - Mrs - Lamoine' St. Joseph's C h urc h j Hayes of Wood River. . MEDICAL Edward, 7-year-old son of Mr. ! Mr ; a " dt Mrs Edward Davis rrank Tomasco> Godfrey. and Mrs. Wilfred Meyer, returned i» nd daughter, Kathy of 502 Doerr Mafk Goins 2m . , home Saturday from the Staunton Ave -' returned Monday after j MJss Deborah Suits, 603 Wood hospital after being a patient there for three days. The boy fell through a glass storm door and cut his neck, chest and arms. spending the holidays in Paducah, Ky., with Mrs. Davis' cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Bugg. Mrs. Clara Buehele and chil- Mrs. Fred Weishaupt has been; dren - wlfeo ^ chlldren of dismissed from the Staunton hos-l Rev ; E - S <; ott * U( * ele ' ft pital and is convalescing at the Pf toru of - the Wanda Methodist - REFRIGERflTIDfl CO. 550 E. Broadway Dial HO 5-7721 "Authorized Frigidaire Sales & Service" *************** * home of her daughter, Mrs. Cleo Carter in Edwardsville. Mrs. Julia Meyer, who accompanied her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Meyer of Hamel, returned home Saturday after spending a vacation in northern Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hitpass, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Viergge of Carlyle; Mrs. Ivan Hawks and Miss Sophia Ziptel of Gran ite City were guests of Mr. and BUILDING or REMODELING? 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Achievement Night of the Liberty Live Wires 4-H Club was held in the school basement Friday evening. River, East Alton. Mrs. Alice Mahassek, 675 Payne, Wood River, Daniel Ewing, 1016 Highland. John Bradford, Edwardsville. William Carter, Rte. 1, Grafton. Miss Diana Abernathy, 116 Lorena, Wood River. Miss Iris Walker, 1211 Hampton. SURGICAL Mi's. Irene Drainer, 303 Dry. Miss Irene Schlechte, 1014 Longfellow. Mrs. Rose Davis, 618 Olmstead. Herbert Brower, Rockbridge. Mrs. Janet Whyers, 520 Bender, East Alton. Mrs. Emma Tucker, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. Dorothy Harris, Godfrey. Dairy Queen r < ' *!i Available Through Your Builder or Contractor... See Our Large Display Some Close-Out Models! < i <' "ACROSS FROM GERMANIA BLDG." Open Mon. & Fri. 'til • P.M. Open Mon. & Fri. 'HI 8 P.M. HLTOn REFRIGERBTIDn * * * * * 550 I. Broadway HO 6-7721 SALE Thursday and Friday, Sept 5 and 6 SALE PRICE 294 Wt PACK ALL PRODUCTS to TAKE P 1961: Dairy Queen Nat. Uev. Co. V Datrii Queen 116 ST, LOUIS AVE, 1808 E, WASHINGTON 131 WOOD RIVER AVE, E, ALTON, ILL, ALTON, ILLINOIS WOOD RIVER, ILL. Mrs. Sharon Depper, 284 Twelfth. Donald Basden Jr., Hartford. Mrs. Amma Trusty, East Alton. Mrs. Aleene Grady, 762 Condit. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Clara Campbell, Hardin. Mrs. Francis Munsterman, Jerseyville. Mrs. Eugene Lacy, Jerseyville. Mrs. Donna Eageny, Winchester. Mrs. Ralph Blackwell, Hardin. Mrs. Donald Fletcher, Piasa. GRAFTON - A2C David Gammaitoni and Ted Smith, left Monday for the Air Force Base at Columbus, Miss, following several days visit at the home of Mrs. Louis Austen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosen- thai and sons returned Monday to their home in East Peoria following a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bader of Big Pine Key, Fla., were guests Sunday and Monday of the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfotd Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stehgie of St. Louis have returned to their home in St. Louis after having visited from Saturday until Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Overrneyer. Leonard Richey accompanied by William Ogden of Jerseyville; Richard Pruitt and Doff Bertier, Godfrey, and James Smith of Alton spent the weekend in Mid- dleton, Ohio, where they attended a trap shoot. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pohlman will move this week to Godfrey where they have purchased a home. Mr. and Mrs. William Newton of Marion, 111., will move into the Pohlman residence. Guests Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Butler were: _ Mr. and Mrs. Chester Struss of Pekin; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schallenberg, Brighton; Mr. and Mrs. Art Dabbs, Jerseyville, and Mrs. Mary Barbara Wallace and grandsons, Jerry Perdun, Jerseyville, and Douglas Wallace of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Duncan entertained at a picnic dinner on the lawn at their country home Mrs. Robert Delp, Jerseyville. Bertha Dierksmeyer, Hamburg. DISMISSALS Frank Thomas, Jerseyville. Mrs. Ralph Egelhoff, Jerseyville. Mrs. Edwin Meyer, Brussels. JMrs. Harry Sinclair, Jerseyville. Mrs. James Strunk, Medora. Edwin Meyer, Brussels. Mrs. Neil Christen, Jerseyville. Max Tate, Jerseyville. Charles Fuller, Hardin. Mrs. Louis Held, Brussels. Louis Taviner, Hardin. Samuel Groves, Hardin. Anniversary Marked At Woodburn Meet WOODBURN — Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Heal, who have been married 58 years, were honored at a supper meeting of the Philathea Class of Woodburn Congregational I Sunday School Friday night. Woodlmrn Note* WOODBURN — Wade Hurley of Washington, D. C., visited last week with his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hurley. The Rev. Carl Moore has resigned as pastor of Calvary Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Izzard of Warsaw, 111., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. fcenning- ton. Monday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vetter, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Owen and son, Rodney of Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones and children, Rosewood Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brooks and son, Michael, and Miss Joan Duncan of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Duncan and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Callahan and daughter, Susan, and Cheryl, Deanne and Trudy Duncan of'Grafton. Mi's. Frank Porre is visiting this week in East Alton at the home of her son and daughter- in law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Elevens and Mrs. Sue Stanley of Alton were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Edith Nairn. Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Padget of Gray, Okla., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Fensterman. Pfc. Gary Ray has returned to Ft. Sill, Okla., after spending a Ifi-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Ray. Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. 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