Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 3, 1950 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
January 3, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Publication:
Location:
Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Tuesday, January 3, 1950
Page:
Page 9
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 9 article text (OCR)

ALTON EVEM1NO T«LtORAMI TUESDAY, JANUARY I, .•» Society... \ CLUB* PAMTIM TtAO BANCBB MCWttOttO ; Otptftin Helmick Wed* Announcement It made of the marriage of Captain Guy Bentcm Helmick, USN, and Mrs. Rose Saekett of Washington, D. C. 1,1* wedding ceremony took place In the chapel at the Nava Training Station, San Diego, Calif, •t 4 o'clock, Wednesday, December 28. The service was read by Li Cmdr. Markley, Chaplain Corps USN, and was witnessed by a omOil gathering of relatives and naval friends. A reception at the Admiral Kldd Officers' Club followed. Captain and Mrs. Holmlck will reside at 732 "D" street, Coronado, Calif. Captain Helmick, son of Mr. an? Mrs. G. D. Helmick of EverRrcen avenue, spent a short leave in Alton last August, Sehoppett-Bourland Wedding Miss Evelyn Bourland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas A. Bour land of Cottng* Hills, became the bride of Frank T. Schoppett, son of Mrs. Reka Schoppett Gentry and the late Frank Schoppett, In Moro Presbyterian church Friday evening, December 30 at 7 o'clock with the Rev. E. C. Parrlsh officiating. The double ring ceremony was used. The bride entered the church and was given In marriage by her father, and was preceded down the aisle by her attendants, Miss Doro thy Bourland, maid of honor, Miss Lenora Monari and Mrs. Jo Ann Clausen. Walking before Mr. Bourland and daughter wore Larry Na've and AJan Schoppert, nephews of the bridegroom, ring-bearers, and Gall Nave, niece of the grbpm, flower girl. Miss Bourland was met at the entrance of the chancel by Mr. Schoppert, and the party advanced to the altar where the Rev, Par- rUh awaited and the marriage took place. Phillip Schoppett was best man for his brother, and Robert Joln- tr and Roy Roberts were groomsmen. Robert Bourland, brother of the bride, and Fred Obermiller, cousin of the groom, were ushers. Miss Dorothy Bourland is a sister of the bride. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Fred Obermiller played a 15-min- pte organ recital and accompanied Miss Joy Luman who sang "One Alone," "Because," and "Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life" before the ceremony and "The Lord's Prayer" as the couple knelt at the altar. Mrs. Obermiller played the traditional wedding marches for the processional and the recessional. Miss Bourland wore a bridal gown of -white slipper satin, fash- ionde along colonial lines and trimmed with lace, and her finger tip veil of illusion, Chantllly lace edged, was secured with a tiara of teed pearls and simulated orange blossoms. She wore a •ingle strand of pearls, a gift from the groom, and carried a white orchid, with a purple throat, on * white Bible showered with satlu streamers tied in lovers' knost. The gown had a high neckline, long sleeves, and the full skirt, which extended in a long train, was styled with a hoop and caught at Intervals with seed pearls and simulated pearls. Miss Dorothy Bourland wore a frock of teal blue satin, made similar to that of the bride's, and matching mitts. She carried a colonial bouquet of shattered gladioli, centered with a corsage and arranged with ribbons. Miss Monari was In a frock of American, Beauty and Mrs. Clausen was 'In aqua, and their bouquets and halo hats corresponded their dresses in color. The flower girls was in brocaded yellow taffeta, and wore a halo hat. She carried rose petals in a basket. Tht ring-bearers wore light blue suits, white shirts and black bow tiet, and carried the wedding rings on pillows. Tea standards holding single candlea and tied with ribbons were placed down the aisle, and snapdragons and chrysanthemums, flanked by seven branch candelabra, were arranged in the chancel. A reception was held In the social room of the church after the wedding, and the bride's table was ornamented with a wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs- Schoppett are residing at the Schoppett home, 408 North Prairie street, Bethalto after • aouthern trip. They arrived In Bethalto today. Mr*. Schoppett selected for traveling a black and white pin striped •uit, matching accessories, and her bridal corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Schoppert are graduates of the Bethalto and East Alton-Wood River High School. .Mr. Schoppert Is attending St. Lnuis University, and is an em- ploye of Kroner's on East Broadway. Mrs. Schoppert Is employed by the Illinois State Bank, East Alton. Meeting at Lincoln School Mothers Club will meet at Lincoln school Wednesday at 1:15 o'clock, and dessert will be served. Business session will take place, and Mrs. George C. Dintelmann will review "The Doctor Has Three Facet," -a*— 81. Fulfil k'. Club St. Patrick's Mothers' Club will have a meeting Wednesday at 1 o'clock, and officers will be elected. Mrs. Ray White, president, and other retiring officers will serve rtffMhnvmta, Luncheon lor Club Mutual Benefit Club will meet with Mrs. Arthur Thomas, 1514 avenue, Thursday. Lunch- J*UI »* «*rved •* 1 o'clock. Engagement Made Known The engagement of Mrs. Virginia Retherford to Alvin Kasslng, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kassing, 221 Whitelaw avenue, Wood River, Is being announced by the parents of the prospective bride, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Martin of 3403 Robert avenue. M r s. Rether- Mrs. Retherford. ford, who is employed by the Russell-Miller Milling Company, attended Alton Senior High School. Mr. Knsslng, who served three years in the United States Navy, is employed by Western Cartridge Company. Hippo-French Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. French of 3415 College avenue are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Edna Mae, to Joseph C. Fllppo. Miss French, a graduate of Alton Senior High School, Is an em- ploye of Alton Tire Sales. Mr. Fllppo Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Flippo, 3113 Mayfleld avenue. Miss French. A graduate of Alton Senior High School, the prospective bridegroom Is employed by Laclede Steel Company. —«•— MlM Virginia Hull Engaged Announcement Is being made by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hall of 469 Tlpton avenue, Wood River, of the engagement of their daughter, Virginia Marie, to James William Major, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Major, 403 Doerr street, Roxana. The couple plan A May wedding. Mr. Major was Ml«» Hall. recently dis- jiharged from service after spend- ng three and one-half years in the United States Navy. He Is a ;rnduate of Roxana High School. Miss Hall, graduate of East Alon-Wood River High School, Is •mployed In the office of Owens- llinols Glass Company. To ^rVed In February ,Mr. -and Mrs. Lynn Wood of 3603 Franor avenue are announc- ng the engagement 8f their daughter, Audrey, to Gene Elmendorf, son of Mr. and Mrs, O. J. El mendorf of 1901 Central avfl- nue. Miss Wood Is a graduate of Alon High School and attended Central Bible Institute and Sem- nary, Spring- MlM Wood. leld, Mo. Mr. Elmendorf Is employed at he Duncan Foundry and Machine Vorks and is a graduate of Alton llgh School. The wedding will take place Saturday, February 4 at. 8 o'clock n Alton Gospel Tabernacle. Alliance Luncheon Anna D. Sparks Alliance of the First Unitarian Church, will have a luncheon Wednesday at 12:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mr*. Hugh L. Harris, 302 East Twelfth street, Dr. Alice Parker of Llndenwood' College, St. Charles, Mo., will be guest speaker. MlH Mueller Engaged The engagement of Miss Alice Marie Mueller, a staff member of St. Joseph's Hospital, to Joseph F. Jedllcka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Jedlicka, 3957 Glllmoro street, St. Louis, has been mnde *nown by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edward Mueller, parents of the bride-to-be. Miss Mueller is a graduate of St. Louis University and a member of Gamma PI Epsllon sorority. Mr. Jedlicka is an alumnus of St. Louis University, and his fraternities arc Alpha Sigma Nu and Delta Sigma PI. Ho was chosen for "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities." Mr. Jed- llcka served four years in the United States Navy. / Open House at SUrk«\v'i Open house" was held at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Klmer starkey In Rosewood Heights Sunday, from 2 to 5 o'clock, honoring them on their silver wedding anniversary, Relatives and friends visited the home during the afternoon and gifts of a silver nature were received by the honored ones along with many congratulatory messages. Mr. and Mrs. Starkey were mar•led January 1, 1025 at the Kvan- ;ellcnl church parsonage In Alton with the ,Rev, O. W. Heggemeler officiating and were attended by Miss Helen Jun (Mrs. Albert L. Murth) and William J. Schmidt. Mrs. Starkey is the former Mls» Irene Hassmann who was born and tead on the farm wh«r* th«y now reside. Mr. Starkey was born and reared in Bethalto. Mr. and Mrs. Starkey are parents of two children, > a daughter, Eileen, employed in the research laboratory of Shell Oil Co., and a son, Elmer jr, who is engaged In farlmlng with his father. Prior to engaging in farming, Mr. Starkey was employed by the Shell Oil Co. and Mr. and Mrs. Starkey and family resided at 520 Broadway, East Alton. The Rev. Heggemeier was present at the reception, Sunday. He also officiated at the confirmation of both Mr. and Mrs. Starkey and christened both of the Stark* ey children. Refreshments were served to the guests from a lace covered table which was centered with a large silver and white wrddlng cake flanked • by bouquets of Jonquils and iris. Silver bells formed an archway leading Into the dining room where the refreshments were served. The Misses Lillian Meyer and Mildred Meyer of Edwardsville, Darlene Lawrence of Bethalto, and Eileen Starkey presided at the refreshment table and guest book Engagement Announced Announcement has been made of the engagement of v Miss Betty Jeanne Hollman, who has charge of the music program at Chau tauqua, 111., to Edward O. Clark, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. Fred W. Clark of University City, Mo. • The prospective bridegroom, a student at Washington University, was in the United States Navy for two years. He Is a member of Beta Theta PI fraternity. Miss Hollman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius W. Hollman, 6710 Bnrtmer avenue, St, Louis, is an instructor of music and art In the Maplewood (Mo.) school sys tern. She received her degree at Illinois Wesleyan University School of Music, Bloomington, nnd Is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, national music fraternity. Party at Hess Home Mr. and 1Wrs. Cecil Hess of 124 Cast Second street, Hartford, entertained with a New Year's Eve party, and at midnight supper was served. Word games and music provided the evening's entertainment. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ottwell and son; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stirnaman and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Slmms and family; Mr. and Mrs. George Bean blossom, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grapes, Mr. and Mrs. .Elvis Tucker nnd son; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doman, Mr. and Mrs. Barries Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harrison and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Hess' daughter, Dorothy Jean. Honored on Birthday Mr. and Mrs. George Hornsey of 3101 College avenue gave a party Saturday, from 2 to 4 o'clock, in honor of their daughter, Georgia, on the occasion of her second birthday. Refreshments were served, and the table In the dining room was centered with a birthday cake. Present were Georgia's grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. George Hornsey and Dr. and Mrs, D. M. Roberts; David Hornsey, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hornsey and daughter, Susan Kay; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hornsey, and children, Bobby and Terry, and Mrs. Joseph A. Hornsey and daughters, Jo Ellen and Surannah. Mrs. Russo at TWCA Mrs. Joseph A. Russo of Monticello College will speak on "Good Nutrition is Essential to • Posture nnd Style" Thursday at 1:30 o'clock nt the Young Women's Christian Association, appearing •»n a Ladles Day Out program. Women will swim and do exercises In the gymnasium in the morning, and Mrs. Lois Klrsteln will be In charge of the nursery from 10:30 to 3 o'clock. Luncheon will be served* from 11:45 to 1 o'clock. Auxiliary in Edwardsville Auxiliary to Madison County Medical Society will meet Thursday night nt 8 o'clock In St, John's Methodist Church, Edwardsville. Mrs. William A. Skeele, Mrs. H, A. Mittleinan nnd Mrs. LeRoy W. Rubrlght of Alton will be hostesses. Mrs. Mittleinan will rend nn article from "Hygein." Mrs. David J. Fitzgerald will present students from St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing in "Adventures In Nursing." "Adventures In Nursing" was written by Mrs. Fitzgerald in the interest of the nursing recruitment program. Civic Orchi'Htra Guild Civic Orchestra ' Guild will not meet this week but will have a luncheon and -business session at the Young Women's Christian As- socintiou Thursday, January 12. _a>_. U'iMltliiig at HttlliHllo Miss Rita Dann, daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Dana of Bunker Hill, nnd the late Charles Dana, sr., and Charles N. Smith, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Smith, sh., of East Alton, were married Thursday evening, January 29, at 7:30 o'clock In Our Lady Queen of Peach Church, Bethalto. The Rev. Thomas Manning officiated. The church wns decorated with ferns nnd polnscttlns and other flowers of the season. The bride, who was oscorted to the altar by her brother, Joseph Dana, appeared in navy moire taffeta street length dr«jk. Her only jewelry was a rhlnestone RICHARD SAUNDERS AND MISS EVELYN PILCER, who were married recently at the home of Rev. Lester Upton, East Alton.—Marshall Studio. necklace and matching bracelet, gifts of the groom. She carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations and yellow talisman roses. Miss Cornelia Smith, sister of the groom, was the bride's sole attendant. She wore a street- length dress of blue-gray and carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations and pink talisman roses. Allle Dana, brother of the bride was best man. A reception was held In the home of the bride's mother In Bunker Hill. Following the ceremony the couple left for a short wedding trip. When they return they will reside at 336 Mill street, Bethalto. The groom, who attended East Alton-Wood River High School, was graduated from the Gordon Military College in Barneville, Ga. He is employed at Laclede Steel Company. The bride Is a graduate of the •Meissner High School, Bunker Hill, and until she recently resigned to complete plans for her marriage, was employed- in the office of the Lueking Motor Company In Bunker Hill. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. George S. Smith sr., Mrs. W. A. Grove, Mr. and Mrs. George Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cotton of Wood River; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith sr,, and sons, George and Spencer, Mrs. George Smith jr., and children, Georgiana and Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd D. Goforth, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lawrence of East Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Allle Dana and daughter, Patricia, of Bethalto; Mr. and Mrs. John Katlch of. Wilsonville, Mrs. Nellie Coleman of Gillesple, Mr. and Mrs. George Briskovich and son, Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dana and daughter, Debby, Mrs Charles Musgrove jr., and Janice Kaye and Eddie, Evelyn Raymond, Kathleen oCatney, Mrs. Bill Rull, Mrs. Rose Burton, Mrs. Gertrude Dana and daughter, Helen of Bunker Hill. Church Events Regular mid-week services will be conducted at Trinity Lutheran Church Wednesday evening, beginning at 7:30. , Altar Society of the Old Cathedral will meet in the parish hall Thursday for a covered dish luncheon and business session. Mid-week service will be held in the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sunshine Circle will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Cherry Street Baptist Church, and Mrs. Roy Blerbaum will be leader of devotional*. Mrs. Lynn Belter, Mrs. Fulton Wright, Mrs. Lenus Kaus and Mrs. Eaph Doles will be hostesses. Mid-week service will be held Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock at the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Roland E. Turnbull will lead a study on Chapter 15 in Acts. Alton Association Baptist Youth Fellowship will meet tonight at 7130 'oclock in Cherry Street Bkptist Church. The Rev. M. M. Powers, minister at the First Baptist Church, Hartford, will be the speaker, and movies of 1949 Illinois Baptist camps will be shown. Ladies' Department of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints, will meet Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. William Hambleton in Roxana. Devotlonals will be In charge of Mrs. Floyd Bunt and the teacher will be Mrs. Glen O'Dell. John Tufti to Sing Recital At Godfrey Chapel Wednesday Personals Mrs. O. W. Magulre of 813 Logan street is Improving at St. Anthony's Infirmary where she has been a patient for the past week. Miss Helen Campbell left Monday by plane for Washington, D. C, after spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. H. C. Campbell, and sister, Mrs. Clarence Brown, at 327 Alby street. Miss Campbell, formerly of Alton, !• a conference reporter in the State Department at Washington. Mr. and Mrs. William Hickerwm and family .of 1118 Logan street spent the New Year's week-end with relatives in Du Quoin, III. Mrs. Kate D. Brunner of 503 Summit street entered St. Anthony's Infirmary Monday night, ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Emma Heyer returned to Evanston Monday morning after spending the holidays with .her son, Alvin, of Overland, Mo., and her sister, Mrs. Anna Harrlgan of East Ninth street. Mrs. E. J. Burke and children, Kathryn Lee and John Edward, left early Sunday morning to «• turn to their home in Rock Island after spending the holidays with Mrs. Burke's mother, Mrs. Ida A. Lyons of 3248 Theresa street. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Parker and infant daughter, Patricia Ruth of St. Louis, were New Year's guests in the home of Dr. Parker's parents, Justice and Mra. Thomas Parker of Upper Alton. After spending the holidays with relatives and friends In Alton Mrs. C. E. Monfort has returned to her home in St. Joseph, Mich. Miss Lyna L. Joestlng has accepted a position with the Western Adjust and Inspection Company, and entered in upon her new duties today. For 18 years Miss Joesting was employed In the office of First Presbyterian Church. Miss Louise Wright, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph W. Wright, 1129 Warren street, returned today to Champaign where she is a student at the University of Illinois. She spent her two weeks' vacation at the home of her parents. Miss Mary Lee Feldwisch, a student at Washington University, St. Louis, will resume her studies Wednesday. She spent the holidays wtih her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Feldwls*s», 1024 Washiugton avenue. Miss Marilyn Hershey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hershey spent the holidays at her home, 444 Bluff street, and left today for Champaign where she is a student at the University of Illinois. Miss Julia Foster of 1006 Phinney avenue, had as guests Friday Mrs, John Herschbach and daughters, Betty and Joann of Red Bud. Miss Foster and Mrs. Herschbach were classmates at Washington University. iMiss Sarah Richards,.a student at Denison College, has returned to Granville, O., to resume her studies. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Richards, 1105 Henry street. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rlley left Monday for their home in San Diego, Calif., after spending the holidays with Mrs. Rlley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kllgo, 271 Madison avenue. John Taube of 1104 East Fifth street, representative of the Carnation Milk Company, has returned from a tour of Carnation plants in Illinois. Miss Catherine 1 Hauck of Virginia, 111., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bernard C. Schultz, 836 Spruce street, and niece, Mrs. Nellis Conley, 1121 State street. The Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Hillegas and children, Robert Lee and Esther Mae, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cannon have returned to Chicago after a visit with relatives. Mrs. Hillegas is a daughter and Roy Cannon is a son of Mn and Mrs. W. A. Cannon of 1217 West Ninth street. Miss Mary Hempstead of Bloomington was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kilgo, 271 Madison avenue, during the holidays. Miss Louise Pedone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Pedone, 216 Harriet street, left this afternoon to resume her studies at Illinois State Normal University after spending the holidays in Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Schulz and sons, James and Charles, have have returned to Toledo, O., after spending the holidays with Mr. Schulz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. Schulz, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Newton Black and sons, Tim and Tom, left Saturday for Philadelphia, Pa., to join Mr. Black and son, Michael, and make their home. Mr. Black, national secretary for the Glass Bottle Blowers Association, and Michael went ENJOY ELM DAIRY M / I li Mil AOOOIDION tiR 8VITAI LESSONS , Civtn ly Ixptrianctd Instructors •filmier kittntmeiite Rental Fer Trie! Perletf Alto Op*Nin|i for l*|inajn| Piano Pupili. ••*•« M« WIST FOURTH ROYAL SCHOOL OP MUSIC V Resolve This Year TO ALWAYS NAVE A NEAT APPEARANCE Froth, cltaii clothoi will holp . . . regular cleaning aho keopt dirt and frimo from penetrating into the fabric and wearing thorn out. STORK'S.. CLIANfRfwrUBRIIRt ••••ex John tuft* St Louis tenor who was soloist two years—1946 and 1947, in the Alton Community Chorus' presentation of "The Met- slab," appears In full recital M Godfrey Memorial Chapel Wednesday afternoon at 3:30. Mis accompanist will be Mrs. Estelle Rucker, mother of vice- president Albert Berkley's bride. Tufti wilt offer »the same recital In St. Louis later. He Is being presented under auspices of Montlcollo College, and will be the second "Messiah" soloist to be brought back here for such a program. After his first year as bass soloist In the oratorio here, John Macdonald of Chicago, was brought to Monticello, too, for such a recital. Arrangements for both were made by Stephen B. Williams of the Monticello music faculty, and was director of "The Messiah." The recital is open to the public. Births Mr. and Mrs. Leonard O. St. Peters, 1501 Gaty avenue, East St. Louis, are announcing the birth of a son, Leonard Michael, at St. Mary's Hospital, St. Louis, Thursday, December 29. The babe weighed seven, pounds and eleven ounces. Mr. St. Peters Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard St. Peters of 1010 McKinley boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Eaton, 36 Whitelaw avenue, East Alton, are parents of a daughter. The baby was born at 5:09 a. m. Monday in Wood River Township Hospital and weighed six pounds and eight ounces. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, Joe Kravanek, 225 Maple avenue, Roxana, at 1:55 p. m., Monday In Wood River Township Hospital. A daughter, Joyce Beverly, was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Ray of Lincoln addition, Wood River, at 2:17 p. m., Monday In Wood River Township Hospital. The baby, the couple's first child, weighed six pounds and nine ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Haxel of 2759 Grandview avenue are announcing the birth of a son, born Saturday at 12:27 p. m., in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby, who was given the name Bernard Frederick, weighed seven pounds and 11 ounces. The couple have another child and son, Gordon Blair, 3. A seven pounds and 14 ounce son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pace of 1122 Greene street at Alton Memorial Hospital at 2:28 p. m. Saturday. The baby was given the name, Michael Dale. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Pruitt of 902 Danforth street are parents of a daughter born Monday at 9:37 a. m. at Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds nnd 12 ounces. A daughter, weighing seven pounds and two ounces, wai born at 10:41 a. m. Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Bobbj of 432 Brentwood avenue. The baby was given the name of Roselee Ellen. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Crawford of 1123 Green street are parents of a son born , this morning at St. Joseph's Hospital. The baby, the east earlier to prepare a home for the family. Mr. and Mrs. Black and three sons formerly resided at 3008 Edwards street. Mrs. Black Is a daughter of Mrs. E. C. Kane of 3016 College avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Voss left Sunday for Fairmount, W. Va. They attended the funeral of Mr«. Voss' mother, Mrs. Mary Ellen Taylor In Belleville December -23. The Rev. C. Gierut is visiting in Chicago. Miss Mary Gschwend of 1131 Warren street is a patient at St. Anthony's Infirmary. Miss Viola Voss has returned to Topeka, Kan., after spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Julius Voss, and sister, Misa Freda Voss. Mias Voas if a teacher in the Topeka school system. Mrs. Charles Silk of 823 Douglas itreet remains a patient at Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Silk entered the hospital as a medical patient last Tuesday. Amber S. Corwln and Charles Chambllss of 390 McGlnnls street returned Monday from New Orleans, and and other southern points, where they spent the holidays. Ben Powell of Detroit spent the week-end with his sisters, the Misses Emily and Katherine Powell, 1327 East Fifth street. Hospital Notes St. Strstesl trMtMSBt Paul Wiulhwr, l*» Hatel Mr*. Johnnie Shln*. Itoute t, Alton. Mn. Catherine Baldwin, Route t, Leady. »1 **«« ***&», Wood River. Joe Perry. iOO',4 State. _ Mn. toavW Watton. 143 CM* TMtrt, Rnxana. Roy Welch. Orafton. William Sanden. «ll Liberty. Oene Krattehmer, 3411 Oakwood. Wayne Phllllpi, Box 3B4. Wood Hlw. Paul Weatbrook, SOS Royal. Mn. With Wlndea. 2414 Powhatan. Mn. Mary Poole. 1339 Eait rWth. Mn. Lillian Lampartfr, 810 Shelley. •meat Qiehl, 685 Penning, Wood Rufui Barnett. 134* yirden. MMMeal TnatmtM Infant Jerry Snyder, ton ol Mr. and Mn. Lynn Snyder, 817 Rlxon. William Miller, 1300 McPhenon. Oeorfe Wooff. SS3S State. • Mn. Lela Brewiter, Loretta home. Mrs. Mattle Travti, 1937 Central. Vincent Manlon, 330 McGlnnli. • MlH Judith Rlchardi, 190 Haller, Bast Mn'. Lucille Huber. 101T Diamond. Mailer Robert Qayan, IIJ',4 Bait Mn. Grace Farlow, Route S. Godfrey. Mn. Marie Splncy. 378 South Twtlft, Wood River. Mn. Cdna Korum, tU Cait Fourth. Mn. Ethyl F. Webater. 1410 Maupin. t Plucharfts Henry Grace, 1910 MoreUnd. Mn. Beiile J. Prura, Bdwardivllle. Mn. Anna Towey, 841 Either, Wood Hl Mlif Marie Wehrle, 4000 Alby. Matter Larry Wayne Rush, Route I, Mrs. Nellie Downet. 11 Baat Thtr- "»««.' Marie Sandbach, 637 Filth. Miss Joyce Lee Herron, 815 Union. Mri. Delta Roarers, Orafton. Mn. Barbara May Davli, 117-A North Main, Edwardavilte. Mrs. Roie Stlllwell, 821 Logan, Ronald John Mllford, 432 Cliff. Mn. Ruth Alexander. 1816 Alby. Morrl* Roland Daniels, 1107 Putnam. Matter Richard Tan-ant, 307 Henry. Owen Duncan. 305 Broadway. Stanley Edwards. 323 Maurice. Andrew Witty, 3410 Leo. Jame* Moore. -Fidelity. M«. Ruby Turnlpseed. 307 Prospect. Mn. Leo Frltchman, 3518 Ohio. Baby Francla Stewart, 1320 East Fourth. Mils Sandra McDonald, 2200 Holland. Miss Patricia Watson. 481 Dulaney, Wood River. Mn. Joyal Miller. 7 Bait Dalmar. Memorial Hospital Medical Treatment Charlotte Baxter, 800 Acton. Wood River. Mn. Juanlta Bifham. "537 Thomas. Mrs. Fannie Musgrave. 803 Roedale. Jesse X. Wilson, 609 Anderson. Mra. Emma Henson, 3305 Come-In- Place. Helen Irene Carroll, Medota. Rand Moede. 1318 Rock Springs drive. Mn. Llllie Halbert, 1038 Union. Mn. Llllie Insklp, Pearl, 111. George Henna. 723 Linden. Mn. Vera Farley, Route 2. Fleldon. Mrs. Emma Sawyer. 828 Alton. Mrs. Thelma Palmer, 629 East Fourt. Mn. Maxine Cantrell, 901 East Lorena, Wood Itiver. Miss Betty Mabry, 540 Tenth, Wood River. Mrs. Eden Peterson, Route S. Godfrey. Mrs. Norma Cllne. 1505 Seminary. , David Blackorby, 98O Whitelaw, Wood River. Leo Murphy, Mineral Springs Hotel. Jackie Hyman, 526 Wyss, Alton. Mrfical Treatment Charles Smith. 2720 Walnut. Mn. Lollle Wills, 420 Job, East Alton Ernest Stanley. Cottage Hill*. Henry Snyder, 227 Sycamore, Carrollton. Michael Ant. 276 Herbert. Dtwharges David Lynn Gresham. 2811 Residence. Herman Moore, 1805 Washington. Charlotte Baxter, 800 Acton, Wood . _ . Marilyn Baxter, 800 Acton, Wood Mrs. Mary Roberts. 3102 Delia. Donald Westfall. 439 West Broadway. Leslie Myers, 913 Rlxon. Mrs. Murcella Jones, Rosewood Heights. East Alton. Mrs. Mary Grenzebach and daughter, 021 McKlnley. Mrs. Florence Hicks and son, 1131 Mrs. Betty Emmons and daughter, 'ido.e, Mn. Dorothy Brown, 1019 Wilkinson. James Kovarik, Route 4, Edwardi- Da'vld Stevenion. 404 East Eighth. Mn. Alice Hawlick, 2424 Maxey. Wlllarrt Wlnitead, 147 Eait Fifth, Roxana. Mn. Valeria Ingenoll, 817 Whitelaw, East Alton. Leslie Kempster. Route 1. East Altoa. Miss Nona Elam, 2355 Central. Mn. Patricia Barnett and son. Piasa. Mn. Louise Grizzle and daughter, 008 Clay, Jersey vUle. Mn. Cora Gleaion. 730 Central, Mrs. Eva Bailey, 385 West drive, East Alton. Mrs. Jean Smith. Kane. Mrs. Helen Updyke, Route 1, Jerseyville. Don Nevlns, 618 Marsh. Bobby Henson. Route 1, Alton. Mn, Mildred Hazen and son, 105 Virginia, Bait Alton. Wood River Township Hospital Mefleal Treatment Mn. Gertrude Aljets, 250 Seventh, Wood River, Mn. Dollie Statler, 728 Central. Alton. Mn. Velma Biggins. Cottage Hills. Carol Jane Mlkolasek, 217 Cardot, East Alton. Bernard Scroeder, 1164 Lorena, Wood Mrs. Nora Baxter, 812 Brown, Alton. Steven McMonigle, Lincoln, Cottage Miss Virginia Dale Bagby, 725 Rice, STATE PATROLMAN AND MRS. WAYNE ROWLING of Graf ton, who were married at thi Methodist Church in Jerseyvill*. by Rev. Dale Harmon. Mrs. Rowling was formerly Miss Phyllis Delfo, daughter of Mrs. Carl Narup of' Hardin, and made hei home with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Kaslick of Grafton. Rowling is the, son of Mr, and Mrs. G. R..Rowling of Grafton—Photo by Roth. I Lodge Notes j couple's first child, weighed seven pounds and 15 ounces. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Vambakates of 1710 East Broadway at 4:10 a.'m. Monday In St. Joseph's Hospital. The baby' weighed eight pounds and three ounces. OYSTER STEW AT IETHALTO COMIINATION SHOP JAN. 4—• PJf. to • P.M. Phone (MR fur Reservations Alton Women of the Moose, 1-131, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the Moose Club rooms, Broadway and Washington avenue. Rent Controls Lifted WASHINGTON, Jan. 3, WP> — Rent controls were removed today by Housing Expediter Tighe B. Woods in these areas: Illinois — Mattoon and Charleston, also the remaining portion of Ford County, except Patton Township, in th« Paxton defense-rental area. Output of the U. S. steel industry today in one and a quartei hours equals the total output in the entire year of 1860. Wood River. Surf In) Treatment Mrs. Sadie Parker, 421 Waslngtoa. East Alton. Mrs. Daisy Holloway, WI6 Haller, Wood River. Mrs. Nellie Rippy, 318 Third, Wood River. Mrs. Thelma Terry, 133 Lorena, Wootf Roy Sanders, 300 North Central, Wood Hive*. . . Richai-d Harris, Z52 Penning, Wood Charles McMillian, Route 1, East Al- Wallace Stewart, Bethalto. Fred Elliott, 1015 Elliott, Alton. Mary Hlbberd. 833 McPherson, Alton. Dismissals Charles Eldson. Cottage Hills. Lawrence MlUtello, 422 West Ferguson, Wood River. Mrs. Zelma Atchlion, 1204 Edward* vllle, Wood River. Jamei Ing, 319 Shamrock, Eait Al ton. Mrs. Florenca Walker, 316 Corban Mrs. Sena Benton, Cottage Hllta. Charles Glover, 331 Church, Kail ii. • ' >JiM Richard Bnrkey, Cottage Hills. Thurman Futhey, 411 Sherman, Ba- Mrs? Vera Milazzo, Cottage Hills: Jackie Berry, 431 Wood River, Eaaf Mrs. Lena nose, Cottage Hills. George Myers. South Rpxana. Kenneth Grinkey, S20 Sering, Alton. Mrs. Myrtle Neuhs, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Marjorie Goodbrake and infant son. Abbott, Bethalto. Mrs. Katheryn Van Voorhis and infant daughter. 3821 Horn, Alton. Harold Tant, 199 Whitelaw, East Alton. Sandra Hay, Abbott, Bethalto. Charles McMilllan, • Route 1, East AV ton. Earnte Pierce. 1481 Garland, Detroit Steve Amizich, 3 North Main, Wood River. Mrs. Louetta Jones and Infant son 639 Fifth, East Alton. Ed Henderson. 2960 Shady, .Alton. Mrs. Margaret Inlow, 161 East Jen nings, Wood River. Vernori Jenkins, 132 East Tydeman Roxana. | Carmejx Jean Tucker, 14B St. Louli road, East Alton. Mrs. Mary Stterley, 3S30 Aberdeen, Alton. Diaper Service Delivery sorvice every Wednesday and Saturday We can furnish the diapers— or launder your*, 80 Dte|»n • Weak 11.80 Yours Laundered 1OO • weak 11.00 WRITE OR PHONE LEITER Diaper Sendee Jefferson MM «IM Olive St. • St. Louie (S) Hurvtng Alton, Eaat Alton, We«d River an4 Batana £1.O4> . 8I.5O Our own hair ityle crated »y one of our hair itylwt.. COlQ Vr flVe ... "» gL^-i* *$*A *4W,« _ . . v A j S 4 ) 95 The Hits Cut at modelled by Budget Wave . . «J -•••« •**•». NO AMOINTMINT NECESSARY. USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT. PHONE Mlfl IEAUTY SHOP .(M \

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page