Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1953 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Friday, April 17, 1953
Page 12
Start Free Trial

PA61 TWBLV8 ALTON EVENING TELEORAPM Hospital Notes Hirer f if ntmntl Row-mutt H. ftR No, 1. Bcthallo Russell Klnr. l!;i Sixth Mis* Dnrla Joy Harvey, M XV. Privr, Fast AH mi Mrrilrnl Trrntmnnt tennis RUCK. SOS K Ferguson Ira K. Bishop, .111 nocenhnrrli. Mrs. Anna Brll f'nmphpll, ."> \V. Penning t)liMtilft*nt* Frllx Vpllon Hoytl, ,lr., 2fiO Twelfth Mrs. Tinryre T'aslia, 1L'7 F,orpna Mrs. Krlna Norris. Hethnllo Mrs. Georgia Greer and infant gon, 2523 Yager Jim I,. Meyers ,Tr., 11'JO Long /I /foil Memorial Mprflpnl Trt'Hlmrnt Marnlfl Nation. .IVIS Oscar Mrs. Grace Cieihel, 2,'ifl I,orena, \Voorl River Mrs. Cirnec MrDonalrl, .lersey- VillP Be.rnarrt Berklnld. Dow Surglm! Treatment Alfred Foster, 481 Prospect, Wood River Janice Cannon, 2709 Sanford Robert Jarrett, 1520 highland MrR. Ruth Jarkson, 2910 Brown Gary Jenkins, 802 Condit, Wood River Glenn Jenkins, 802 Condit Wood River Mrs. Edna Funk, 2R2.1 Yeager Carol Howlanrl, Hamburg Mrs. Alma Can-lean, 2311 Kcl- mund Mrs. Martha Wreath, 124 W. Fifteenth Mrs. Viola Bakpr, ,l'!l() I.pRoy Miss Lillian Houghtlin, Jersey- vine Mrs. Verna Hernande/, 516 Schl- ly Mrs, Ma.xine Arst, 27fi Herbert Mrs. Mary Ottwell, Pearl Mrs. Lillie Tribble 20-1 Mounier Joel Lasswell, 1207 Willard x Alfred Steffensen, Vl'l N. Ninth Donald Dorsey, Moro Mrs. Willard Forsee and infant Bon, Godfrey Archibald Mitchell, 1012 Easton Frances Glowszewski, 431 Prospect, Wood River" Barnel Murrell, Graflon Mrs. Elmer Jahn and infant son, Caseybille \ St. Joseph'* Medical Treatment William Edward Newman, ISlf) State Col. Frank Henderson, Graflon Mrs. Eva Hutchison, Route .1, Jerseyville Rickey Lee Zalsman, 426 Dry, East Alton Surgical Treatment Janet Elizabeth Newman, 1319 State , Richard William Roglis, 1120 McPherson. Jackie Graham, 709 Condit, Wood River Miss Ellen King, 220 E. Broadway. Frank Charles Koehne, L'G70 N. Rodgprs Mrs. Mary Lou Sirkbert, Rt. 3, Edwarrlsville Patrick Barrett, 207 W. Elm Mrs. Ethel Canady, 413 Brook- Side Mrs. Dorothy Walts, 1313 Hampton Tony Nasello, 323 McClure Herbert Cope, 6 W. Elm. Dismissals Mrs. Nellie Baker, .'M17 Oakwood Miss Helen Marie Evans 42'J Bluff Miss Bessie Furlovv, 716 Scruple Robert Gaddis, Mir> Liberty Mrs. Genevieve Grossheim, 2G2S Aberdeen Mrs. Ruth Catherine llandmadi- er. 1201 I-o^an. Robert Lee Healey, 2229 Gesche Mrs. Alma U. Hubbard, 257 W. Nineteenth John Frederick Hessel, Alton Mrs. Letha Mae Kitchen, Hardin Emily Darwin Logerot, 802 Langdon Mrs. Charlotte Ann Miller 2716 Residence Robert R. Mosby, 1101 Hampton Gregory Pierson, 18 Indiana Albert Schlitt, .1105 Greene Fred Straube, Rt. 1, Medora Daniel Vin.vaid, 879 State, Wood River Mrs. Rosie Lee Weeden, 2. r >9 Lincoln Miss Mina Ixxi WehliriR, Rt. 2 Ertwardsville Robert Williams, 1306 BHIe Mrs. Sarah Wyatt and inlam son 777 Booker Mrs. Margie Lou YOUIIK and infant daughter. IL'OP At \\nod Michael Miller. Rt. 1 Jersev- ville ' * A great new exhibit b;ill. 1 H | C - PSI in Europe, housed the recent L'trerht (Holland) Industries Knir Wood River RNA Observes Date North Alton (lump Via* VI OM WOOD RIVER Sara Camp, Royal Neighbors of America, gave a dinner Thursday in observance of its forty-second anniversary. A feature of the day was Ihe presentation of a 50 year membership pin to Mrs. Emma Thompson of Wood River by the oracle of Sara C'arnp. Mrs. 6. Keltic Summer of Roxana. Mrs. Thompson transferred to Sara ('amp from Maple (.'amp, East St. l/>uis. Mrs. A. Howard Gibson, chairman of the committee on arrangements, welcomed the group, and Mrs. Nellie L. Paul, Alton, district deputy, gave a talk. Miss Cora Rolsch. oracle of Marguerite Camp and Miss Amelia B. Ringemann of the Telegraph, were presented. Present from Alton in addition to Mrs. Paul. Miss Rolsch and Miss Ringemann were: Mrs. H. C. Forbes, Mrs. John Heinkel. Mrs. Paul Hanold and Mrs. Leab Toice. Roxana Rotarians Hear Dr. Franck ROXANA -- Members of the Rotary Club met Wednesday evening at. Ihe Little House and heard Dr. Michel N. Franck speak on "Problems of the Near East". Rev. Franck was born in Turkey and reared and educated in Budapest. Hungary where he attended Ihe t'niversity of Budapest. From 1920 to 1925 he was engaged in various commercial activities, including the management of one of the Transdanubian Fl^lir Mills and held active membership in the Budapest Slock and Produce Exchange. In 1925 he went to Belgium as a representative of the 'Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and from 1927 to 1029 he represented the Royal Hurtgarian Commerical Museum and also became active commercial attache in Brussels, Belgium. In 1929 he was sent to the United Stales as a delegate of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and of Ihe Hungarian Commercial Museum to study Amprican export trade-methods and to further commercial relations between the two counties. In 1933 he married an American girl who was his English teacher at Cily College New York and decided to remain in.,this country and to become an American citi/.en. From 1935 lo 1951 he was teaching history and political science at Pacific Lutheran College, Parkland Wash. Tn 195.1 he joined the Olin Industries where he has been serving as administrative assistant and consultant, in Ihe firm's economic education program. Visiting Rotarians were: Harry Smith of Wood River Junior Ro- larians who attended were Stanley Woods and Dick Harbke. Harold Dinwiddie had as his guest Maurice Sdark, and Latham Harris had Miss Dorothy Ahberley of the Roxana High School faculty. KnU-rtiilnx Club ROXANA Mrs. Eva Shaver of Maple Ave., entertained members of her pinochle club Wednesday iiflernoon al her home. Pri/os were won by Mrs. Shaver and ; Mrs. Tbeda Whittinglon. Others attending were Mrs. Margie Clark, Mrs. Arlene Whairy and Mrs. Hernice Roberson of Wood River; Mrs. Marie Hill, Mrs. Catherine Sparling and Mrs. Helen Kravanek. Refreshments were served and the club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. Sparling on Roller Ave. , Scout Taper Drive Saturday ROXANA Boy Scouts of Troop 25 will have their monthly wastepaper drive Saturday beginning al 9 a. m. Residents are asked to place the paper near Ihe curb for easier pick-up. Souvenirs for Keepa Coronation year is bringing lols of extra work to George Bur- cheil, 80-year-old London latloo- ist. Souvenir pictures are in great demand. Some want lite Duke of j Edinburgh's head as well as that I of the Queen. Some choose pic- i lures of little Prince Charles and i his sister, Princess Anne. "The other day," said Buivholl, "one man came m vuih a fool .square i portrait ol the Queen, bung it on the wall and asked me to copy it exactly on his arm." "VAN'S THE MAN" VANPRETER FOR MAYOR Election: Tuetday, April 21, 1953 Mnmlny Missionary Society of the Elm Street Presfiyterinn Church will meet at 7:30 p. m. Monday nt HIP church. The Rev. and Mrs. Elrner Sellerlnml of thp Carrollton Pres- liylerlan Church will show colored slides and speak about the Presby- lerinn Mission at Gnnado. Ari/.ona. and other places in the Southwest. The public is invited to attend the program. (llrl SrnuM Girl Scout Troop 108 of the Ciithnlir Childrens Home met Thursday at the home. Victoria Marline/ opened the meeting with a prayer. The f'irls separated into groups to work nn various b;idge requirements, Mrs. Mike Accnrio worked with! the seventh graders on their house-j keeper badge, while Mrs. Irvin Partridge worked with the eighth' graders on their dramatic appreci-| alion badge, and one girl is working on her aviation badge. The girls read a "thank you' 1 nolp from Sister Helen of St. Joseph's Hospital. The troop had made favors for the children trays for Easier. Brownie Troop 130 of .McKinley School met Thursday at the school. Linda Breederi and Carol Ann Farmer were Invested ris new members of the troop. During the business session the girls discussed activities and plans for the remainder of the yefir. The meeting closed with a gam 0 period. Brownie Troop :>.i of Rufus Easton School met Thursday at the school. After a short, business session and song period, the girls worked on their sewing craft project. Sandra Shy was hostess for nibbles. The meeting was closed with the Brownie Good Night song. NORTH ALTON Hum mil KO Sain Next Week Sunshine Class of Elm Street Presbyterian Church will have a rummage sale beginning at 12 noon Saturday, April 25, at the church. Spring and summer ap- pOHrul will be sold. Any articles for the sale may be brought to the church Friday afternoon. Proceeds of the event, will go into the fund for redecoralion of the church. Mrs. Marshall W. Mice is general chairman of the event. Personal Carl Rice of Adair, Oklahoma, is visiting with his son and daughter- in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Marshall W. Rice at their home at 2.'i.'!6 Stale St. Alum Recreation Park Scheduled to Open June 1 EAST ALTON Activities al the Summer Playground will begin June 1, the Playground Commission membf rs rleHrlerl at thP ! Thursday evening mpeting in the village hall. Miss Eugenia Day, principal at the Blair School, assisted by Miss; Lucille Pritchard, a 1953 graduate' of the high school, will direct the daytime activities which will include games, sports, handicraft and a story hour. Arthur Lawrence will be night director assisted by Bernie Lawrence. Both young men are known about sports circles for their ability and are now arranging schedules which will give new interest for Hie soflball season. Miss Jane Linkogle will supervise the wading pool which will be open three days a week. Juhl Patterson will continue as maintenance man. The commission will erect tiny lot. swings and will replace all sports equipment necessary. Garden umbrellas and beach hnlls will aid interest in the wading pool. Hanker Hill BUNKER WLL -- The Willing Workers elass of the Methodist Church mpt at ihe Church Wednesday afternoon. Most of the time was spent quilling. Mrs. Fred Harper and Mrs. Al Hilton Jr-rt rtevo- tionals. Mrs. Charles Lueking and Mrs. Henry Kastlpn servPd refreshments to the 11 members present. Mrs. Rohprt Griebel led (he devotions at the Kurn Join I's class meeting of the Methodist Church Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robert Smith. The class voted to give $5 to the Red Cross. Twelve members 'were preeent. Mrs. Harold Bnrtels and Miss Gertrude Wawne will assist Mrs. Janet. Tunley when the class meets at her home in May. Mrs. Harry ,T«me«, Mrs, W. E. Mrrepr, Mrs. O. ,1. Ties*, Mrs. Edgar Shaw,'Mrs. R. K. Bley Jr., Mrs. O. R. Wise, Mrs. Laura Wool' ley, Miss Lydia Kenyon, Mrs. F. K. Baupr, Mrs. A. ft. Bauer, Mrs. O. W. Behrpns Sr,, Mrs. Robert Grle- bPl, nnrt Mrs. Gerald Bnirrf attended Ihe Women's Federation district spring meeting in Carlinville Wednesday. The eighth grade of the local school and their teacher Miss Florence Siem spent Thursday in St. Ixiuis visiting places of interest. Entertains nn Hfrtliilny CARROLLTON — Miss Ada Camerer entprlained a group of friends at dinner Wednesday evening at the Country Tea room in celebration of her birthday anniversary. Johann G. Lahner, a butcher of Frankfut, Germany, invented the "hot dog", or frankfurter, in 1805. Thp name is derived from the name of the town. BHIBUMl Water flowing from the mineral springs of Sharon Springs, N. Y., comes out of ths ground with sulphur In perfect solution, al- FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1081 mmiuatmm*mf*mmmmmmm*mm*4 though nwmafly sulphur <foei net dissolve In solution with water, but only forms « suspension, Rpad Telegraph Want Ads, first National Bank & Till ST COMPANY In 4ttoii Capital and Surplus $1,500,000 Third A Bfelfe street! • Alton, flllnoli MIHBCR riDBRAL DEPOBtt tNStmANCt CORPORATION 'Pirate Parly* Set for Saturday At East Alton EAST ALTON — All young people of First Methodist Church are invited to attend a "Pirate Party" al Ihe church at 7:30 p. m. Saturday. Persons attending are to come costumed as pirates and bring treasure chests of money which will he applied to Ihe missionary fund of the MYF. Attractive decorations in keeping with the party theme are being arranged by Gilbert Whillen, Mr. and' Mrs. Otto Bra/ier, Janet Lea Bra/.ier, Ray Untcrbrinck and Mrs. Walter Moore. County Council Meeting EAST ALTON Madison-Bond County Council of American Legion was entertained by members of post 7il'l and its auxiliary at the I o c a I American Legion b o m e Wednesday evening. More than 190 persons were in attendance, including the district commander, Ed 'Malysik of Helleville. Council Commander Howard Oct- ling announced the annual Quad- County meeting for May IS at East St. Louis. Counties participating in this meeting will be Madison, Bond Monroe and St. Clair. \ (ilK'HtH Of (illiUl EAST ALTON Woman's Society of Christian Service members were guests of the Wesleyan Guild at First Methodist Church Thursday evening. The program arranged by Mrs. T. B. Richardson included, a book review, entitled "These Rights We Hold," given by the Rev. Robert Simpson. Special music was a Missionary Day At Rust Alton Rfiptisl Church EAST ALTON Sunday will be "Missionary Day" in the First Baptist Church, the Rev. William Bohn, announced today. Two mis-| sionaries home on leave will speak.! Miss Lea Blanche Edgar, head of Ihe English department of the; Wayland Acade- \ my, Hangchow. East China, will i speak a I. the 0:45 i a. m. service.! She is home now. I having left her field because of the Communist danger. Previous to this she served in Tsoh Sing Academy, Kinhwa, China; University of Shanghai Middle School; Wayland Academy, Hangchow and Cooperative Christian Middle School, Shanghai. She first went to China in .1923. Dr. Paul Brown, medical missionary in Africa, will speak al Ihe 7:30 p. m. service. He is under sponsorship of the Christian Businessmen's Association and now slaying in St. Louis. Attemlptl Conference, EAST ALTON The Rev. William Bohn, pastor of the First Bap- list Church, vvas in Springfield Monday and Tuesday attending a pastor's conference of the Illinois State Baptist Convention. He was the oldest minister in years of service to one church present at the meeting as he has served the East Alton church for 19 years. Rev. Bohn led the devotional program Tuesday morning in the absence of his brother, the .Rev. Ben A. Bohn of White Hall, who was unable to be present due to the illness of his wife. Wednesday, Rev. Bohn attended Ihe executive committee meeting of Ihe association. He is vice president of the association. I'nst Presidents Feted BAST ALTON—Mrs. J. L. Cottrell entertained members of the Past Presidents Parley of the East Alton. American Legion Auxiliary Thursday night at her home, 309 Broadway. Mrs. Ellsworth Hunt, president, presided at the business meeting. Members decided to he in charge of Ihe initiation ceremonies of the auxiliary May' 14 in the Legion Hall. Games were played and pri/os were won by Mrs. R. H. McManus, Mrs. John Hansk, Mrs. J. V. Dawson and Mrs. Hunt. Guests included Mrs. Ruby Pence, Mrs. Clifford Cooper, Mrs." Lorell Hicks, Mrs. Hillory Barker, Mrs. George Hill and Miss Mary Lou Hill. Mrs. Clarence Thompson will en- lertain the parley May 21 at her home, 226 McCasland. clarinet solo by Miss Myla Sue Eglehoff and voofll solo by Miss Nancy Moore. Mrs. Fred Manekc presented devotions. The Guild will meet at the home of Mrs. Joe Nolan Jr. May 11. SEPTIC TANK KLEENER Romov* grtum. root* and wait* accumulation! from »*w«r. wpttc tanfci and ceil pools. lUactlvatM hactmri* in a»pUc Unk*. Cton't disturb anything. Simply pour in "King- Of-All." Imw* youn*U a«alnK Uw annoiano*. dUccmlort and •vceaim cauwd by tioignh or clogged atww and «^>Uc tanka Intcpmvtv* "King- Of-AH" add on an absolute OMMT Uavk «!•» * "SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER" Two Kitchen Champions For The Price of One! Kelvinator ELECTRIC RANGE -AND- REVERE WARE COOKING UTENSILS Model ER-3D wMh Lamp and Timor Illmlratod 2 Mantwffc-sfre Ovens/ Boto m one, faro* •» at at lamp and Oven-Timer Accessory Timer leH yo» cook doffciow •Mofo autorootkoltyt 4 High-speed Surface Units! Fatt top-*f-H»-«an&> eodkftia, 7 Heats on Surface Units! Pnciiiom tooting (of bwt resuftc. Super-fast Broilers! Get red-hoi m 10 5 REASONS WHY KELVINATOR IS A BETTER ELECTRIC RANGE FOR YOU I /. COOKS FASTI*! 3. MOK ECOMOMCAIJ 2, coon sent*! 4. QEANS uaoti 5. STYIEO UTTER! QMM •§ HHi m 2 OVEN KELVINATOR $ 289 00 Other Kelvinator Electric Ranges $ 170 00 UP THERE IS A BETTER ELECTRIC RANGE REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE CO. Your Exclusive Kelviaatoi Dealer 315 BELLE ST. PHONE 3-7776 The Alton-Wood River Building and Construction Trades Council IS NOT A PART OF THE MADISON COUNTY NONPARTISAN LABOR LEAGUE. WE DO NOT CONCUR IN ALL THEIR RECOMMENDATIONS. PAUL McCORMICK, president Alton-Wood River Building and Con.tructlen Trade. Council It is not the policy of the Alton-Wood River Liter Movraoit to solicit funds from anyone aspiring to

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free