Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 11, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 11, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Social Briefs District Hospital Auxiliaries To Meet Here Sept. 24 Plans were discussed Tuesday morning by members of the hoard of White Cross Auxiliary of Alton Memorial Hospital, for the District Nine meeting of Women's Hospital Auxiliaries of the Illinois Hospital Association. The board met for its first meeting of the season at the hospital. The White Cross Auxiliary will be host to the meeting which will b<? held Tuesday, Sept. 24, at Hotel Stratford. The main speakers of the day will be Allan M. Hicks, administrator of Pekin Memorial Hospital and a member of the board of Illinois Hospital Association; and Frank Monfort, manager of the St. Louis branch of A. S. Aloe Co. Registration is scheduled for 9 a.m., and luncheon will be served at 12:15 p.m. The morning session will include reports from various auxiliaries, and) Mrs. Peter Argelan of Granite afternoon. Mrs. Atchison is a I resident of the Mather-Yinger Nursing Home. Alt on Do ft The annual Halloween party of Alton Circle, Daughters of Isabella, was planned for Oct. 8 during the circle's meeting Tuesday. The women met in the Knights of Columbus Hall for a potluck dinner, with Mrs. Felix Yost as hostess chairman. Mrs. Joseph Vollmer was named chairman of a rummage sale to be held at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 604 Belle St. Members will deliver articles to the same address after 2 p.m. the preceding day. Visitors Leiivc AAVW Witt Entertain At Tea A tea for prospective members will be given by Alton Branch, American Association of University Women Sunday afternoon in the home of its president, Mrs. E. L. Patison, 3031 Edwards St. "Yonder-One World," AAUW theme for the year, will be used Medical Society, V Have New Officers Japanese Tea for Newcomers as the theme for the tea, scheduled for 2:30 until 4:30 p.m. The organization is open tograd-i — , ,„.,,, ,,, , »., , ™ , r-i 'nates of accredited colleges and' Some (>5 members and guests of Welcome Wagon's Newcomer's Club saw films Mr and Mrs Paul Polete and < universities. i of Japan shown by Mrs. Ed Wilson, wife of the St. Louis disk jockey, Tuesday ivir. ana MIS. «uu Hoiele and; ".-, it*. Q f to ,mr,n.i at a IP« in Rnfpl Stratfnrrl Mrs. Paul Henvv. president nf the flub. | their children, Ricky and Mi- The first meeting of the new afternoon at a tea in Hotel Stratford. Mrs. Paul Henry, president of the club, City, chairman of District Nine.i chf ,, lp have ',. eluni / d ' to ^elr , ve ar for the branch will be held pours for other officers. From left are Mrs. Elmer Broz, treasurer; Mrs. Walter " " ,ome in Fort Wnvih. Tex., foi-lSept. 23 at 7:45 p.m. in Little! A. Anderson, a vice president; Mrs. Charles Osha, another vice president; and preside. I\nrst> Alumni Mrs. Bryan MeMshon, secretary. : lowing a visil with Mrs. Polete's;' rheator ' s Showplace. i parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A domoasfration of sign ]an-; Lilp at ' 1fi1 D(!I »»P.V St.. Wood i Kuage w»is givrn by Mrs. R U .'. RIVRI> - np Tf>xns flimil V' for -| Holph Miliiilich Tuesday evening' mpr Lasl Alton residents, also; during her appearance' as guest! vlsited wlth olher ''elativrs here.: speaker at the first frill meeting: ' of the alumni to St. Joseph's Hos-: HotnetntllfCrs* Ass'tl i pital Nurses' Association. The ! group met in the nurses' lounge Mrs - Elaine P. Wendler showed j nl the hospital, with thn nursing! hel< slidps of Kl ' m Pe Tuesday to school's class of 1966 as guests.i somp 65 members of Madison: Miss Jeanne Hinderhan was ;studies at the Univers ity of Illi-jbeen Rainbow Elects Officers News of College Students Dr. Harry Manvz took off ice I hisl night as president of Mndi-l son County Medical Society, and j Mrs. Maurice Woll presided at! the first meeting of the society's; juixiliar.v for the season. | The doctors and their wives; got together for their annual dinner meeting last night at the Holiday Inn in Edwardsville. Other officers of the medical society are Dr. Hubert L. Allen, vice president; and Dr. Leo Green, secretary. Mrs. William Wicks is vice president of the auxiliary; Mrs. Donald Weibmer, president-elect; Mrs. Henry Malench, recording secretary; Mrs, Richard Worcester, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Edward DuVivier, treasurer. The meetings followed dinner which was served after a cocktail hour. ! Toastinasters I j Open Season Alton Toastmasters Club opened its fall season Monday with a meeting in Mineral Springs Hotel. Announcement was made of ; the appointment of Vic Stamps Tho board of the association i ^- oun '- v Homuniakers' Extension, elected worthy advisor of Alton meet at 8 p.m. on Oct. 5 j n i Association in Main Street Moth-; Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Church. Mrs. Wendler, ; Girls, during the assembly meet- the home of Mrs. Jean Riekman ' son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Toastmaster clubs. is comprised of six clubs. Gieselman, 848 Madison Ave.; Bill Glenn served as toastmas- DR. MANTZ AND MRS. WOLL nois, Urbana. The studenl is ; Omega at Kansas University in secretary of Zeta Tau Alpha so- Lawrence. According to word I Joseph Eckman, son of Mr. and 622 Valley Drive, East Alton. ;home adviser, showed the pic-ling Monday evening in Frank-: lures during a joint educational!)in Masonic Temple. ' meeting of Cloverleaf, Godfrey Also elected were Miss rority. N . Also a freshman is harles Spann. son of Mr. and Born to: ter. Speakers and their topics from the university ATO pledged I _ Mlvs Uobpr , Eckman . the Univer- *e largest class. j gt)i &{ isitv of Illinois in Urbana is : Larry Shoemaker of 3832 Berk-' T<I y-it iiieeiuiK m >~iuverieai, vjuuuu.v MISU eiecieu were miss vir-,_ • , . . ., f „, ,\ . , i->,,\~ !*•*„•., „» I™ TheGtlb : and Alton unit , ginia Graul , worthy associate ^. sA ^^ e ; f ^ 1 ,^; i ;^ eha ^ Su^Mo £ Mrs. Cha.-le- E. Span,, lie W. son, "I've Been Thinking;" an, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. GUI ofi The samo program wil] be p| . e . ndvisor; Miss Jacqueline Chur-j™ M ^ pC , e °'f A *"' A^U a^enlrv SuL ta arweport «th St.. Hartford. ' Tom Fichtel. "Can We Afford.' 26-24 Humbert St.. will be hon- ;sented to ^r units of the ' as . chill, charity: Miss Beverly HSmw stdent * a pledge of^a where"hS? are membeTof' "~" """- '' J ' ored Sunday at a reception in sociatkm at thelr educational tis, hope: and Miss Carla Vin-|^™ « 1S a P ^ <* £' ^ ^JLl? team ; Cooking Cue, Miss Jane Hudson, daughter of Miss Carolyn Canham, daugh- were Andy Anderson, "Easy Jack;" John Hines, "Federal Aid to Education;" Carrol Knutson, "I've Been Thinking;" and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Orban, |647 Mill St., Bethalto, a daugh- Brighton, a son, Douglas Mark,! ter, Christine Kay, Tuesday, St. 7 pounds, 8 ounces, 4:36 a.m.,|Joseph's Hospital. Elder chil- Tuesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. ;<jren: Eric 5, and Timothy 3. Elder children: David 16, Danny 14, Darryl 9, Donan 7, Darla! Diane 3. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Calvert, Godfrey, a son, Craig William, Steehvorkers' Abel Hall, in ob-• sessions, servance of their 25th wedding' !.vard, faith. ! The officers will be sea led i Sweet Adelines anniversary. ', They will receive friends from; 3-6 p.m. Hosts for the recep-j Alton chapter of Sweet Adelinesj tion will be their children,, planned a ^ esi night £or Sep t. rhaHps Karpn. and Llovd. ^and : -,f j.. -.._ ; \ during oi>en installation cere: monies al 8 p.m. on Sept. 21 in temple. The group planned a hayride . Charles. Karen, and Lloyd, ,and '• 16 during iLs meeting Tuesday for Oct - 5 ' Its next meeting ' Mrs. George Killian, a friend of| evenjng in Eagle - s Hal|t the fanlily ' ! Mrs. Paul Potter was Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hudson of ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Can- 445 Fifth St., Wood -River, left Tuesday for claasses at Illinois State Normal University where she will be a junior studenl ham of 2823 Ridgedale Drive, Godfrey, is a freshman student at Indiana University in Bloom- S!l o: l in the te^Vr^ speech conation. _ Daring her Miss Jane Ready da^^ ^ Mrs. Atchison pre-p sented a Sweet Adeline pin in! recognition of her outstanding; Sept. 23. Auxiliary Meeting Mrs. Carrie Atchison was hon- j work in chapter activities, and; The auxiliary of Alton-Wood ored in observance of her 90th during the recent regional meet- River Sportsmen's Club will meet birthday Tuesday in the home of I ing in East Alton. at 8 p.m. Thursday in the club. Mrs. Harry Bailey. 122 W. 15th St. The Friendly Six Club served a .luncheon for her and she received friends during the The chapter bulletin was of- The women will plan their par- ficially named "Addie-Lines" by.ticipation in a membership day summer vacation she served as j supervisor of the Wood River I playground. Miss Carol Ann Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Miller of Fosterburg, ha.s entered her freshman year of studies at Illinois State Normal University Mrs. W. A. FLsher after a con- set Sept. 15 for club and auxil-j test of chapter members. 'iarv members. at Normal. Paul Phillips Jr. is a senior j biological science major at the same university this year. He the son of Mr. and Mrs. .Paul Phillips of 1111 E. Seventh St. is ; Entering tiie University of Illi| nois at Urbana as freshman stu- j j dents this week were James Kil-1 lion, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- • The Grower's Art Bring Houseplants in Now By FIJED CLAUSEN ;no\v. about one inch deep, point- three weeks ago I wrote you Telegraph Garden Columnist i ec j C nd down. If planted where in regard to the leaves of my i M[ . and Mrg . p ear jj e p 0 ; nc jex- Now is the time to get anyj they are i ntended ( 0 grow tliey ; peach tree turning yellow and i ter, 1723 Maupin Ave.; Miss Joan houseplants you may have out-| wjn niake & nice ]mle u>ee in fallil)g off Y ou suggested using]Gill, daughter of Mrs. Mary Lee, Jpnin^b^'five years, although they don't.'« fertilizer high in nitrogen. 11 Gill of Sullivan Drive; and Jos- iKcii in ijc" i • , i Gr>h Brewer son of IMr 3,110 Airs you start!grow much the- first and second would like to inquire if horsej^ A Brew ' e) , Q{ 2323 Locust St with furnace heat. year . They don't transplant : manure would have the same! Enrolled as freshman students Before long .vou :easjly p ro tpct seeds with a effect. Or would it have to bej a ( Southern Illinois University at can plant ever- p jece O f w j re screen | 0 prevent somo other kind of fertilizer?— Carbondale, are Gerald Brewer, gi-eens and t»e.v,_ S(Ill j n . e |_ ( . from getting them Mrs McK i brother of Joseph; and Clarence will make new *''-"•, ' . „ , , avo nf ma I Ellis Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. roots before win- WKAK MR . CLAUSEN: I have Answer: A good layer of mater. Keep them;,, c i im bing rose that- should be:™"'* should benefi <- vour Deach well watered up 1 trimmo( i. it does not bloom ll ' 0(w ' but kee P jt about a foot to freezing time. and the new sho ots come from iiiwa >' from ^ e trunk of the tree It's time, too, to, the old canef w hich is lifeless. Otherwise field mice may get transplant pe- lt is a Dr. Van Fleet Will you. under and ^rn&ge your tree, onie.s. Take care to keep crown, pleasc toll me if I should cut However, you should also feed of plant within two inches of soil' of j the entire rose bush, or cut lhp trees as recommended. fy fy $. .'f Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ready of 612 Blair Ave., left Tuesday for Indiana University in Bloom- mgton, where she will begin 1 her senior year. Miss Ready will preside at meetings of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority before resuming classes. Entering their freshman year at Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy in Rolla are Wood River students, Deno Tsimpris, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tsimpris, 31.4 N- First St.; Loris Kvuse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold 252 E. Penning Sunday brunch : sei^ve fritters with ham and eggs for a delightful surprise for the family. Have a jug of maple syrup at hand. Black bean soup is traditionally served with slices of lemon and wedges of hard-cooked egg, but some tradition-breakers insist that fluffs of sour cream dusted with freshly-ground nutmeg really do justice to this good soup. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Frazier.; 5 Pounds, 6 ounces. 9:24 a.m., Berk York led the table topic i Edwardsville, a son, 8 pounds, 3 i Tuesday, Alton Memorial Hos- 'on "Pat Hates." The general i ounces, 2:11 a.m., Tuesday, St.'pilal. Elder children: Larry and ! evaluation was given by Frank j Joseph's Hospital. .Linda, com Yost. ! Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reed, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boone, CHILDREN'S SHOP Eastgate Plaza—Charge It Vic Stamps reported the club will give a demonstration meeting in Greenville to persons interested in forming a Toastmaster Club in that area. A char- Maria 2, and William 1. Rte. 1, Alton, a daughter, Mary i Granite City, a son, Richard El- Kathleen, 7 pounds, 11 ounces, Its Jr., 8 pounds, 14 ounces, Tuesday, 2:52 p.m., St. Joseph's!8:35 a.m. Tuesday. Alton Memor- Hospital. Elder, children: Ann! ial Hospital. Elder children: ter was presented on Aug. 28 by Mr. Stamps, Mr. Anderson and Mr. Knutson to the newest area club, formed in Highland.. It was announced that openings are available to men who wish to join the local club. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Narup, Batchtown, a daughter, 9 pounds, 5 ounces, Tuesday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children: Richard 7, Michael 6, and William 4. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Williams, Jerrielee 5, and Cynthia 3. Just say "Charge It" at— THREE SISTERS Eastgnte Plaza Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. G months to pay! Featuring Stereo & Hi-1-1 Record Players, All the latest records & Pop 45's A MUSIC V SHOP (11 West 4th St. "Downtown Alton's Only Music Shop" UNWANTED HAIR • REMOVED FOREVER By Electrolysis! Paulene Shamblin, member of Electrolysis Society of America. Phine 466-3821 or 462-5003 lor appointment. Paulene 9 s Fashions MONTICELLO PLAZA FRED. level. il back, and how far down to There is a report from Holland t | ic ground?—Mrs. L. B. tiiat Dutch bulbs will arrive; about two weeks late this year due to weather conditions in Hoi Answer: The Dr. Van Fleet is a very rampant grower, frequent-1 !ly making new shoots 8 to 10 ! feet long in one season. These Send your questions on gardening to Fred Clausen In care of Alton Evening Telegraph. He will answer your questions In his column. land this summer. Saw some fall blooming crocus. shoots wU , just peeping through the ground ^ al , o]d ^ today. Should be in bloom in! of ^ [|(?w two weeks. Don't you wish you; ^ ^ , ant wjthin had some'.' Cooking Cues When tomatoes are extremely I ripe, their skins can be loosened .,, 'bounds. The tip of the new If you have a weeping willow; ^^ wj)1 freeze bac|{ some before rem oval-by rubbing tree, check it now for aphids., Trjm (hose ends o{{ next springi the bH( . k of a km - fe Qver them ; and you should have lots of | saves holding the tomatoes over 'flowers. ^ ^ | a f | ame or dipping in scalding DEAK MK. O1AUSEN: About!water before removing skins. in which a fungus develops, Ing the plant a very ugly appear- , ance. Spray with a malatliionj solution, two teaspoonsful to the; gallon. ! DKAR MR. CLAUSKN: I have acquired some acorns from a black oak tree that originally came from Germany. I would like to know if I can plant these outside now and how deep to put them.— R. D. Goode. Answer: Plant your acorns Alton 1'ltuu Wilshlrc VllUiue Infant Seat The original "INFANSEAT" baby carrier ai a new low price Weighs a scant 34 ounces. 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