Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 30, 1949 · Page 6
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December 30, 1949

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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Society. .. CLUBS PARTOM WKDDWO* fftAA DANC** Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fischer of 1801 Liberty street are announe* 1 tag thft engagement and Spproach- ttrf marriage of their daughter, Virginia, to JosepH V. Goeken. The wedding will take place Saturday, January 28, at 9 o'clock, in St. Mary's Church. Mr. Goeken, son of Mrs. Joseph Goeken, and the late Mr. Goeken, of f)21 Henry street, is president of Noll Baking and Tee Cream Company. He attended Chaminade College, St Louis County, and received his B.S.B.A degree from Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind. Miss Fischer Is a service representative for the Illinois Bell Telephone Company. She was graduated from Alton High School. * Mrs. RiggR Entertain* Scarlet carnations and Christ mas greens decorated the home o . Mrs. Verna Rlggs, 2 Mamie ave niie, when Mrs. Rlggs entertained Thursday between the hours of 4 and 7. Polnsetta plants were throughout the house, and the carnations were arranged on the mantle In the living room and on the dining room table. A large mirror was surrounded with a pleated riffle on which were Christmas stars of various colors. Lighted tapers In crystn ( candelabra enhanced the effect Supper was served buffet style from the dining room table. : Mrs. Edward W. Brown, Mrs. J Joseph Hornsey, Mrs. Eugene K Elfgen, Mrs, Schaefer O'Neill, and Mrs. F. M. Kano assisted Mrs Rlggs in entertaining, Among the ; guests was Mrs. Ira Berry of Kirk wood, Mo,, formerly of Alton. Junior m-V Banco Tonight The Young Men's Christian As sociatlon will be decorated in New Year's Eve fashion this evening for the semi-formal holK ty dance sponsored by the Junior • Hl-1 Teens. Special-colored lighting ef ' fects have been arranged, and the guests will be given novelty favors The dance Is open to all junior high school students. The pro, gram will Include a grand march and group circle games as well as dancing from 8 to 11 o'clock Mrs. T. B,- Metcialf W chairman "of thft committee on refreshments Chaprones will bo Mr. and'Mrs. ; T. B. Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. •, Thomas Sutton, Mrs Mike Accarto, ; Mrs. Gerald Dalton, Mr. and Mrs, , Harold S. Schrelber, and Mr. and , Mrs, Lloyd Disney. Committee members who as/ staled in planning the dnnce aro •Roger Brown, Jock Glacser and f Allen Northway, and the Misses . LaVern Clark, Margy Austin, Mnry * Lou Baler, BettysrCowglll, Patricia ; Crowson,, Nancy Dalton, Maureen | Edsall, 1 -Shirley® Geisler, Shirley c Hopkins, Mary Ann Maher, San* dra Meyers and Darleen Montgom •4 ery, " Mis* Gschwend Hostess Miss Mary" Ann Gschwend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gschwend, entertained Wednesday at her homo' in Kalrmount with a luncheon for eight guests. Card games provided the entertainment during the afternoon, and prizes were awarded to Miss Nancy Vine and Miss Mary Ann Schurlcht, Guests in addition to those re celvlng prizes were the Misses Dora Ann Drew, Dorothy Jean Elfgen, Claire Galloway, Nancy Horn and Sarah Richards. . •Miss Gschwend Is a student at Barat College, Lake Forest, 111., and.she will leave to resume her studies next week. — _ Eden-Mothenvay Mnrrlnge Announcement is belnjj made of the marriage December 23 of Miss Virginia Motherway, 441 Bluff ; street, and Ruben L, 'Eden, 3012 Brown street, Mr. Eden Is a distributor for Sinclair Refining Co. Mr, and Mrs. Eden are residing ; In a new home in Northwoods • place. Dinner nt Prulrietown ' Mr. nnd Mrs. W. G. Westhoff, • sr., of Pralrletown, entertained with a family dinner Christmas , Day. The house was decorated in keeping with the season, Late in the afternoon gifts were dls- ; trlbuted from beneath a large tree In the living room, I Those present for the day were • Mr. and Mrs. Leo E. McCauley and Joan, Jim, Janet, Judy, Jerome and Joel' of Dow; Mr. and i Mrs. C. G, Westhoff and Charlotte, John, Marianne nnd Dicky of Indianapolis; Mr. nnd Mrs. W. G Westhoff, Jr.. and Vlcki of St, Louis; Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Westhoff and Beverly and Charles of Staunton; Mr. nnd Mrs. Orville Hartman and Abbie Ruth of Decatur, and Miss Abbie West hoff „ of Springfield. • ^u 20 ^**' ^"t'niw Dinner i ™, i Zont »- C1 »*> of Alton had a i Christmas dinner Thursday night • »t Hotel Stratford, and covers for ' and guests were ar- Mi» Flora Doran of East St * Monday hrlstlan Miss fttrchner Engaged Mr. and Mrs. George ,C. Kirch ner, 1123 Central avenue, are an nouncing the en gagemenf and ftp proachlng mar riage of the! daughter, MI s Betty lien Kirchner, to Rob crt Lee Jouett son of Mr. an Mrs. Robert D Jouett, of -Sem Inary road. Miss Klrchner Miss Kirchner. n graduate of AI ton High School, Is an employe o the W. T. Grant Department Store Mr. Jouett Is a veteran of World War II, having served three year in the U. S. Army. He If at pres eht an employe of the Canham Sheet Metal Company. Club With MlM Brown Miss L. Mildred Brown of 1217 West Ninth street gave a partj for members of the Thursday Eve ning Bridge Club this week, en tertftlnlng at her home, 1217 Wes Ninth street. Dinner was servee at 7 o'clock, and afterwards club members exchanged Chrlstma gifts. Cards were played, and Mis: Alice C. Rlngemann and Mrs. Wil Ham H. Graham, jr., were awardet prizes. Mrs. A. F. Landgraf of Mlnoc qua, Wls., a former club member was present. Mrs. Joseph Landgraf of 126< played canasta, and Mrs. James P with her Thursday, January 5. —6-— 'Birthday Club nt Hudson's Members ot a Birthday Clul had a Christmas party Tuesday night, and following dinner a Hudson's restaurant went to th home of ••Mrs, James P. Barrett 1111 West. Ninth street. After an exchange of gifts the women played canasta, and Mrs. James P Barrett, Mrs. John Barrett, sr* and Mrs. C. C. Fischer were re clplents of prizes. Next meeting of the club will b< held with Mrs. John J. Mooney of the Godfrey road, To Reside In Alton Mr. and Mrs. Jacque C. Seller and family will take possession o a recently purchased home at 821 Dnnforth street early next week moving here , from Centrnlla. Mr. and Mrs. Seller have two children, Stephen, 15 months, and Sally Ann, born Christmas Eve In Centralla. Mr. Seller, who is In Alton r^fepnrlng the new home for occupancy, will go to Centralla for New Year's nnd will be accompanied upon his return by his famllyY ( Mr. Seller, who was employee by the. Illinois Bell Telephone Company, has accepted a position In the service department of Howard-Wells Appliance Mart. He Is a former Alton resident and the son of Mrs. Freda Seller of 614 Spring street. ... Mrs. Seller, who, with her daughter, is n> patient at St. Mary's Hospital. Centralla, is the former Miss Hilda Lnngenfeld of Cen- tralla. Broewi»Iu Club Party Members of the Breeze-In Club met Thursday with Mrs. John Laird of 1122 Vernie avenue. Bunco was plnyed, and refreshments were served after prizes were awarded to Mrs. Laird, Mrs, M. Dillon, Mrs. E. Rodorfeld,' Mrs. H. Kasten nnd Mrs. William Hilberer; Mrs, Leo Pfeffer of Brown street will entertain the club In two weeks. Pnrty at Meeker Homo Mr. and Mrs. O, F, Becker of 1808 Main street entertained em- ployes of Alton Refrigeration Company, and their families, Thursday night at their home. Forty guests were In attendance, and towards the close of the evening Mrs. Becker was assisted In serving refreshments by her daughter, the Misses Barbara and Patricia Ceckor. Dinner for Mrs. Ciirothors Mrs. Roy M, Carothers, who recently resigned as manager of the fashion floor, Young's Department Store, was guest of honor at a dinner given Thursday night at 6 o'clock at Hotel Stratford. ,ppur- :een guests, Including young wom- m employed on Young's Fashion Floor, were In attendance, Mrs. Carothers was presented vlth « gardenia corsage, and a 'arewell gift from her co-workers. The table was centered with an attractive centerpiece. Mrs. Carothers resigned her position with Young's to open a Ingerle shop In the Commercial building. To Obhorve Anniversary Mother M. Regina Leeson, a member of the Ursullne Order, will observe her twenty-fifth anniversary of profession Sunday, January 1, at the Ursullne Convent on Danforth street. Open house In honor of Mother RegUis ENJOY ELM DAIRY HOMOGENIZED MILK ALtOM Hospital Notes River eitfwm. Cot Jtnftsht m tr**«mtnt Mr§ Strth* Uiux Mivtr f «tit ShAnwt B«H Mrs Bf-onn» Le* mutt. Roxsna Mr* Mary 8ti«rie$>. SSSO AJfOft, t Ann snow «a , Monroe, It was a Hate wedding night Tuesday evening when two men from Alton area named Hale were principals in-weddings Left are MR. AND MRS. WALTER HALE JR., who were married in First Baptist Church of East Alton by the Rev. Ben Bohn of White Hall. Mrs. Hale is the former Miss jean Braden, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Braden of Hartford. Right are RUSSELL HALE and his bride the former MISS RUBY BABB of Follett, Tex. They were married in Brown Street Baptist Church with the Rev. A. C. Annette officiating. Walter Hale and Russell Hale are unrelated, . Personal Notes Cpl. Jack A. Bailey, who has been stationed in Jamaica, British West Indies, Is Spending a 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr and Mrs. ' Charles Pllger, 2516 Brown street. Cpl. Bailey has been In the Caribbean area for the past two years, serving with the military police division. William Rice, son of the Rev and Mrs. Marshall W. Rice,. 2336 State street, will resume his studies at James Mllllkln University, Decatur, Tuesday, January 3. He spent the holidays with ,h!s parents, Delmar Schrumpf, a student at the Unlver"'ty of Illinois, will leave for Champaign !n time to resume his studies January 3. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs, D. R Schrumpf, 3275 Hawthorne street. •Miss Mary Drumm has returned to Chicago after spending Christmas with hot parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drumm. Miss Mary McPhcrson also spent Christmas with relatives In Alton, and she returned to Chicago with Miss Drumm. Mrs. Delia Johnson, 3018 College avenue, returned Thursday from a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. E, A. Hassebrock and sons, Bill and John, of Cleveland, O. Mrs. Hassebrock is Mrs. John- sonls granddaughter. will be held at the convent from 1 to 5 o'clock, and friends of Mother Regina are invited to call. Dinner for members of the Leeson family will be served Sunday noon at the convent. Mother Regina, who was Miss Freda Leeson before entering the Ursullne Order, Is a daughter of .he late Mr. nnd Mrs. John Leeson of Alton. She is a graduate )f Cathedral' High School, and made her 'profession at -the Ur- sullne Novitiate when it was located on Danforth street. She has two brothers, John nnd William Leeson of Alton and two .isters, Mrs. Frank Eft of Bloom- ngton nnd Mrs. Florence Riopelle of Alton. Mother Regina is superior of SS. Peter and Paul's parochial school In Springfield," III. She aught !nt Mnrquette High School nnd Old Cathedral school, Alton, nnd nt. St. Bernard's school,.'Wood River. Among guests at tho dinner will be Mtvnntl Mrs. Frank Eft, Mr. ind Mrs, Lelnnd Rnpler and fnm- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllinm Leeson, r., nnd Mr. and Mrs. Marion 3ower of Bloomlngton, 111., nnd tfrs. Lorene O'Mnlley and Miss Theresa Fnmen of Kansas City, o, A Biltikin Club Christmas Party Miss Hannah Droste entertained members of the Bllltkin Club at n Christmas party Thursday evening nt her home, 904 Brown street. Dinner WHS served nt 6j30 o'clock nt the dining room table, and the !uests exchanged Christmas gifts, 'hrlstmas decorations prevailed In he party appointments. C«u-ds were plnyed nnd prizes vere awarded to Mrs. Thomas Keeney, Mrs. William Llndley, nd Miss Droste. The club will have a regular leetlng In two weeks with Mrs. •rthur Lnux. 419 East Tenth treat. Mrs. Ada March, 3020 College avenue, has ns guests her son-in- law und daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. B,ender and son, Charles Edward, of Garden City, Knn. Mr. and 'Mrs. Bender arrived the day before ChtWmas nnd will leave Saturday to return to their home. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hogan have returned to Eldon, Mo., after spending Christmas'with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mnx Hardaway, 3020 College avenue. ; Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Moore of Clifton; .Terrace returned late Tuesday-from a, week's stay in the east. They visited Mrs. Moore's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Sawickl in Meriden, Conn., and :her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Harry Sewali, in Southport, Conn. Mrs. Mary Berghoff of A 110£, Seller street has gone 'to Wo6t River to spend the remainder o. the winter with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. W dent. The Gent family resides on Leslie avenue. Mr. and Mrs. .Irvin Mawdslej and children, Ralph, Joyce and Harpld, of Falrfield, la., will spend the New Year week-end with tfir Mnwdsley's parents, Mr. and Mrs James B. Mawdsley, 1611 Nolte place. ;j Ivan Whitsell; son of Mr. and Mrs. Anuel Whitsell,, 1705 Claw son street, will leave Tuesday for Champaign to resume-'his studies at the University Of Illinois after spending the holidays with his parents, He will be accompanied by George Beneze, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beneze, 2705 Sanforc nvenue, and Ed Hopp'ert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Hoppert, 358 Enst Lorena avenue, Wood Rlvpr, also students at the university, Ralph E. Laux of Albuquerque, N.. M., will leave Monday after spending 'a"week-with.his parents, VTr. and Mrs. Arthur Laux, 419 East Tenth street. He is a representative for the Pet Milk Com- pnny in Albuquerque. j,, n- Judith Ann Ttxia 161 Ptnc«. East Alton. W.lte. Crawford. 3l« Carolina, Alion, Actfln - y> 1U * Memorial Hospital Medical Tretttn»nt Mrs. Sarah Vandergrlff, 418 Seventh. W«|«m Whlfp, 23S6 Bi'own. Mrs. Mary Ann Cheney, 601 Nbttli State, Jerseyvllle. • • Snrflesl trtatmeni Paul Orenzebach, jr.. Hartford, David Stevenson, 404 Ball , filghth. Donald Westfall, 439 We«t BrOftdway. Bobby Hemon, Atton Rou<e 1. MUi Norma Elam, aass Central, Maurice Hull, 3333 Katt Brftadwsy, Dismissals Sandra Stein, 888 Ttpton, Wood River. Kenneth Sullivan, 3700 CoronadO. Norman Sinclair. 3701 Aberdeen. Dallas, George and Hex Hohnsheh, '(( Dow. \ Doris Kanallakan. Chesterfield. , Frederick Glanzel. 524 Monroe. Mrs. Llllte Bteler, 331S College. Mrs. Dorothy Westfal), .439 Wwt Broadway. , Don Hay Baker. Godfrey, Route S. Mrs. Melba Long and infant son, Bethalto. Mrs. Betty Berry and infant «on, noscwood Heights, East Alton. Mrs. Vern Jnan Taylor and infant daughter, 3001 Forest Drive. Mrs. Isabel Krejcl and Infant son, Ed- wardsvllle. fifta C*fif«w», awteriftr ef GARY efiSAU'and MISS NOftMAJU6RCENSEN«who were married Christmas day'df- TrWty Lutheran Church by the father of the bride, Rev. Paul' fuergerisert.— Photo by Phil Mathus. WAGON WHEEL On Pmg Road Will fl« Opsn Sunday, Jan, I, But Clo»4 Monday, Jan, 2 MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL 301 E, B«lwy.-AIton-801 E Bdwy. BE WITH US ON NEW YEAR'S EVE Saturday, December 31, 1949 RONNIE KLAUS AND HIS ORCHESTRA NEW YEAR'S HATS AND NQISE MAKERS FOR ALL "FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER WILL BE SERVED AT 11 P. M, Make Your Reservations NOW As We Have Only A Limited Number to Offer. Price 19.00 per person, tax inol, Mineral Springs Hotel *WW»W»»»W»W»' Beginner's Voice Class for Children 14 to 14. ' 8H4NAHAN STUDIOS • •> '^ * _. wow - • •— " ' " '—I., i 11 m^^^fm^^ff SPECIAI,/vlERCHANDISE EVENT! WE OFFfli YOU GREAT SAVINGS ON ALL MERCHANDISE IN STOCK! HATS! foshions jnost favored , $2,00, $3.00, $4,00 S3 98 GOWNS r PAJAMAS, BID JACKETS ' , ' i Priw HANDBAGS! all styles and colors . . 1 Price COSTUME JBWEWY -•.:-., . , , J Fr|ef SCARFS ploirj and colorf«l prints , $1.00, $200 FIATHIRS and FLOWERS • . . , . J p r j M M«ny Other Itemj of Interpst, 1M f, ui> rtlo \ St. Joseph's Hospital Medlml Treatment Mrs. Nettle Bell Stockton, Fieldon. .Leonard Under, Bethalto, Marlene Power, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. John Power, 3311 Leo. •; Mrs. LllUe Marie Campbell, wife of Perry Campbell, Godfrey, Route 1. • John Costello, Gum Hotel. Roger Graham; B19 East Fifth. Surgical Treatment Richard Tarrant.-'307 Henry. Miss Anna Wedding, Fleldon, Route 1. Miss Laura Reltheford, 3403 Robert Robert Kulp, 1203 Florence. Benjamin Yost. 1004 East Fourth. Dismissals > Mrs. Millie Ethel George, 2228 Gescne. Mrs. Wllma Gotleb. Godfrey, Route 1. Mrs. Blanche Goulding. 7an Euclid. Mrs. Nellie Kuehnel. Hartford. Mrs. Edna Cannon and infant son, •3SI Belle. Mrs. Margaret Andrus, Edwardsvllle. Route 1. Mrs. Alice Wright, 1311 Hampton. Mrs. Norma Wheeler, Jerseyvllle, Mrs. Alita Perez, 3522 Oscar. Linda Haufe, 2920 Buena Vista Mrs. Anna Hazelwonder, Hardln. Church Events New Year's Eve services will be conducted at., Trinity Lutheran Church Saturday evening, beginning .at 7:30. Official Board of the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church will meet Monday evening at 7:30. "They Follow On," a sound projection of student life at Moody Bible Institute, 'Chicago, will be shown at Cottage Hills Baptist. Church as part of the watch Births Mr. and Mrs. William Blene- mann of 220 Park avenue, South Roxana, are announcing the birth of their second child, a daughter, the baby, born at 11:35 a. m. Thursday in Wood River Township Hospital, weighed' six pounds and has been given the name of Agnes Maria. The Bienemanns have another daughter, Theresa Ann, 5, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Jones, 639 Fifth street, East Alton, are parents of a' son. The baby was born at 8:53 p. m.-, Thursday In Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. 'Marvin Carter of Carrollton, Route 6, are parents of * son, Michael Hugh. The baby, their first child, was born Thursday Irj Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing five pounds and six ounces. The baby is the first grandchild of Mrs. Dorothy Dwlg- gins of Alton, and Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Carter of Carrollton. Announcement has been made of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee Harlow of 1816 Ervay avenue. The baby was born Wednesday at 7:53 p, m., in St. Joseph's Hospital. -.___' - ' ^ Blast Wrecks Door Of Polish Embassy in Paris PARIS, Dec. 30, (3V-A violent explosion blew in the door of the chancellery of the Polish embassy here at dawn today and slightly injured a; watchman, the only casualty. The embassy itself, an 18th cen- night service New Year's Eve, Saturday night, from 8 to 12 o'clock. Jack Dorris is chairman of the program committee. Refreshments will be served.' it mVHuHU fHften M I&S6 |k at* Saturday aithccfttffch, Wfcglf of w»v wt fc* iwrtttt ?«fR| ftftw siding ths Ch««fnss>oir<feyt fcfifc Mrs. Jlr. aftd Mr* Wlggef will «* remem^r^ a« tf>« former Miss the Boafd of Deacons of the Nofth A!teri,»&pttst Chwch will meet af *:& f>. wt Tuesday, Inn. 3, at tft« tshufch. fft* regular monthly congregational business meeting wjn be heM at the church next Wednesday evening following the mid-week pr6yer service which ill begin at 7:30 p. m. the Women's Missionary Society of Mbdel Chapel met Thursday a i Ui« parsonage on Mitchell street. Mrs. Ada dill was hostess for the afternoon meeting. . the Rev. and Mrs, L. K Ashford and son of Sparta foere visitors with the Rev. and Mr*. William 'M. Lawtoti of Mitchell street this past week. ..••'"•• the Rev. J.'.M. Robinson, pastor ot the Campbell Chapel A. M. E. Church, was host to Rev. and Mrs. Lawton^and the Rev* and Mrs. G. W. Brewer, presiding elder of the Qulrtcy District, at a Christmas dinner Monday afternoon at his home. ( ' Edward Matthews _ ;e74 Edward Matthew's, 74, of 631 East Fourth, a retired employe of AHon State k Hospital, died Thursday at 2:3p p. m. in St. Joseph's Hospital where he had been a patient since Monday, Matthews, who was born Nov. 3, 1875, at Collinsyllle, had roomed for, the past year and a half at thf East Fourth street address. He had previously 'worked for ; a number of years as an attendant a*. Alton State Hospital. His only survivors are cousins. The body Is at Streeper funeral home where friends -may call. Fil- neral rites will be conducted Saturday at 10:30 a. m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Oak Ridge cemetery, Springfield. fti» W*fr,$»«ry fverttg at home. Cooh«V« Th«- Mtlftftry Ord« of tie* iiirl th* Lsfy fettg« S M«* ft p. m. Saturday At VetettM ftottfti cm&. 1*». $t&gta be ftjtwplete with Mft flfld tury mansion across a courtyard from the bombed office building, was undamaged. Police said explosives placed or hurled at the chancellery entrance destroyed the heavy glass door and iron grill, and broke many windows. Damage to the chancellery Interior -was insignifgicant, the police said. . "'',".', Officials made ho Immediate link between the explosion and the recent tension between France and Poland over the arrests and" expulsions of Poles from France and Frenchmen from Poland. Po- and also recently sent four, Trenchmen to jail from convict- ng them of spying. COATS Fitted Coats - Camel - Fleece Juniors' - Misses' NOW! $ 19 FUR TRIMMED Junior's, Misses', Half Sizes ' NOW! '44 UNTRIMMED WOOi COVERTS NOWl DRESSES Over 200 Dresses in This Final Clearance J UN IQRSV MISSES', HALF SIZES. 7 '9 Junior's; Misses', Half Sixes PRESSES UP 10 SIZE 52. MILLINERY All Hats Up to $5.00 f, M 'i ( v r 1 v i ,'. *'»„.•',, v ,,^. vif-.- ,?'"*£•' ,!* ' ?', ' „.„ The Old Fflshloh^i dante at the Teniple fiuilding Sattttday is be* ing arranged by the entertainment committee of the Booster Club and not the Odd Fellows M reported Thursday. Visit Former Resident* < Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Krftg and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Copper and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kirschner itt St. Louis, Thursday evening. Kirschner operated A grocery and meat market in the Northside for mfeny years. Mrs, D. Robinson, Wood River, Dies Ftinferal Services Saturday Afternoon , Mrs. Delia Robinson, 83, of 32 Eckard, Wood River, mother of Mrs. Vivian Holland of Wood Rlv« er, died Thursday at 3:45 p. m. in Wood River Township Hospital where she had been a patient for two weeks following a fall in her home; She incurred a hip fracture In. the fall and because of heri advanced ige her. condition had been cause for concern since the accidenti - .«' Born in Jersey County, May 18, 1866, Mrs. Robinson was one of four-children of the late Joseph and Susan Fitzgerald. - She resided in Jersey County until 24 year* ago when she went to Wood River. She moved to Wood River from JerseyvlHe in 1924 to be near her daughter, Mrs. Holland. While in Jerseyville she had affiliated with the Methodist Church and was an active worker In the Church there. Surviving In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Holland, who is the wife of former Wood River City Counselor L. H. Holland, are two grandsons, Cecil Watts jr., of Glr- ard and Thomas Holland, a student at Washington University, St. Louis. Her husband, Thonias M. Robinson, died in 1907, and two sons, Melvin C. and Arthur, and a daughter, Mrs. Faye Wattvpre- ceded her In death. The body is at Marks mortuary, Wood River, where friends may call. Funeral rites will be conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. in the mortuary by the Rev. R. A. Lippman, . pastor ; of. First Methodist Church. Burial will be in Oak Grove •'cemetery, Jerseyville. THIS BOND BEHIND EVERY When you *«lcct your diamond ring, 'be cure the , ring you choo«e It truly • lifetime investment,'• Cardinal Bonded Diamond Ring. Each Cardinal Di«- mond Ring U bonded to meet exacting •tendnrdt of quality worknUnikip •nd value. The Bond given •t the time of purchat* ^assure* you lasting MtU- foction. 150,00 to $300.00 .The thre% Important quail- flcationi of a fine Diamond ai-e fine white color, freedom from flaws and imper. feetioiu and beautiful brll. 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