Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 7
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April 23, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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THURSDAY, APRIL 21, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH [ospftal if. ^ Medical Trea jwrmeth Christopher, 2803 North. MW, Nova Jean DuJey, 618 Men- Snrgteai Treatment Mre, Hazel McCoy, 32ie Edsall. Mrs, Charlotte Erb, W8 Milnor. ^Ichael Taylor, 1634 Main, Eugene Taylor, 1634 Main, Mrs, Sina Whetzel, 18 West Delmar, Eugene Miller, 167 Goulding, East Alton, • David Brunworth, W2 Roosevelt Dr., Edwardsville. Harry Williams, 1816 Market, Dismissals Clinton Baker, 2206 Salu. Miss Connie Sue Boss, Fair-view Dr. Frod J. Brown, 602 East Third. Mrs. Ellon Cannon and daughter, 213 Picker, Wood River. Sterling Otto Canter, 108 East Eleventh. Mrs. Garnetta Glowers, 120 Bond, East Alton. Koney Corrigan, 620V4 East Ninth Mrs. Elizabeth June Early, 513 Spring. Mrs. Ada Katherine Egan and Infant daughter, 604 Milton. Mrs. Helen Frazer, Jerseyville. Mrs. Edna C. Gold, 304 Mills. Mrs. Elizabeth Goodwin, Grafton. Mrs. Margaret Hammond, Rti 2, Edwardsville. Miss Kathleen Sue Hartley, Rt. 4, Edwardsville. Miss Mary Catherine Haufe, 217 East Sixth. Michael Hurst, 3215 Duco. Mrs. Olive Janssen, Rt. 1, Bethalto. Mrs. Rose Johnson, Godfrey. Paul George Klaber, Godfrey. Alois Lowe, 2100 Locust. Barbara Jean Miller, 1609 Maupin. Mrs. Charles Henry Rose, i Wood River. Mrs. Bernice Stupperich and infant daughter, Rt. 2, Alton. Mrs. Betty Jane Werts, Brighton. Wood River Township Medical Treatment David Ridenhower, 775 Rice. Walter Robert Link, 208 Whitelaw, East Alton. Miss Betty Lea Chappell, 250 South Thirteenth, Mrs. Lena Trebing, Bethalto. Kenneth Edward McGrew, 64 West Drive, East Alton. Roger Louis Ringering, 416 Prospect. Beverly McDonough, 422 Wood River Ave., East Alton. Surgical Treatment Dan Bess, Cottage Hills. Milford J. Pickett, Bethalto. v Mrs. Delia O'Neil, Rt. 1, East Alton. Mrs. Lorine Dettmer % 214 Goulding, East Alton. Mrs. Juanita Moores, Rt. 1, East Alton. Mrs. Hester Lueth, 801 East Morton, Sparta, 111. Marion W. Hart, 823 Elsie, Edwardsville. Dismissals Terrence Wayne Hedger, Alton. Judith Shafer, 312 Whitelaw. Marion Fosha, 14 E. Penning. Edward C. Heubach, 3610 Coro- nado Ur., Alton. Mrs. Thelma Hart, Hartford. Mrs. Lois EIr$0fe, 137 E. Acton. Mrs. Willie lllne Speaks, 3801 Auhln, Alton. Mrs. Dorothy P. Westerhold and infant daughter, 566 George. George V. Noble, Hartford. Mrs. Lucille Vogel, Bethalto. William Karl Elliott, Roxana. Charles Fitch, 104 Eula. James Cole, 18 Eckhard. Alton Memorial Medical Treatment Mrs. Viola Snyder, Rosewood Heights. Miss Shirley Gaddy, 3420 Gillham. Myrlam Cory, Kane. Margaret Klein, Grafton. Miss Jennie Wood, 1305 Clawson. Jacob Huck, 3104 Belle. Surgical Treatment Miss Marie Lovell, 210 Williams. Ronald Taul, Piasa. Dora Kochersperger, 2951 Hillcrest. , Kenneth Howard, 2201 Maxey. Leonard Hartman, 2603 Rutledge Dismissals Miss Guelma, 1601 Rock Springs Carrollton Reading Circle Entertained CARROLLTON - Mrs. Ch§rles Newbegln of ^Springfield was guest speaker at the lunehedn meeting of the West End Reading Circle Tuesday afternoon In the dining room of the Methodist Church. Mrs. Newbegm in addition to read- Ing poems showed colored movies that .she had taken while on a trip to the Wisconsin Dells. She closed her program with pictures of New Salem Park. She also i showed scenes taken In and around Spring- Dr. Maurice Jouett, White Hall, William Lawrence, 2327 Brandt. Mrs. Agnes Smith, 429 Church, East Alton. Aaron Page, 231 Hamilton. Kenneth Scott, 806 Alby. James Winslade, 3414 Agnes. Mike Jones, 47 Marietta PI. Rebecca Knight, 915 Willard. ' Mrs. Lucille Millitello, 717 Central. Bate Rudolph, Grafton. Mrs. William Brown and infant son, 408 E. 12th. Mrs. Orville Dixon and Infant son 2310 Sunset. for saving for the future? have a bright present with Dear fittte, priced-tittle Buskens... so kind to budgets, so wise to the ways of fashion. Our new ones are wonderful, come and choosel Main Floor Meld. Mra>. Nfiwbcgin It tht daugh* ter of Mw. 0. T. Purl, president of the Reading Circle. Mrs. Newbegm was introduced to the group by Mrs. Oltn Stead, program chairman, who also in* troduced the musical program for the afternoon which included two vocal numbers by the girl's sextet of the Carrollton High School accompanied at the piano by Miss Alice Logan. Their numbers were "Looking Glass River" and "If 1 Love You", Members of the sex- tet are Miss Lynda Shacketford, Misi Joan Berlin, Miss Sharon Howard, Miss Kay Grauef, Miss Janice Fry and Miss Katherine underwood. Notes CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Clanahan,' Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sheets and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin March were among those from this city that attended 'the Home Show In Springfield Sunday. Mrs. Dean Clough teacher of the Belltown school ami Mrs. Nell Car- rlco music teacher In the ftehool accompanied the pupils of the school on a picnic to Marquette Park Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. L. Imus spent Wednesday afternoon and evening in Effingham where they were guests of Imus 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Imus. Mrs. HerscheJ Hpcktey spent the weekend -in East St. Louis where she visited her husband who la a patient in St. Mary's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs, Ear! Prill and daughter plan to rtturn Saturday to their home wi Jeweyvilla after spending a year hert wffh Mrt. Prill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Armstrong. The Prills came here following an accident In which PriU received leg fractures and they hav» remained here during his recovery. Mrs. P h i 11 ip Farrelley, Miss Anna Pranger and Louis Pranger left Wednesday for Shelton, Neb., being called there by the serious Illness of their uncle, Barney Web- Members of fro BtffMMJF staged a luncheon **<*£ — home of Mrs. L, A. Mehffwff • celebration of the nirtTCHQhl w Mrs. Mehrhoff and Mir* limit Short. Mrs. A. J. Sharon enMftsjfWB at a dinner party Tuesday trip ning at the Country Tea ROOM honoring Mr. and Mn. C« L» flfHffe on who are leaving goon to ipefid the summer at their horn* in CaJ* Istoga, Calif. ON SALI TOMORROW TOWN LEY SU dftlgnt for the woman with * plan spcm tht itay within h«r budatt would stll for $SS to $69.95 if not for this spteiol purchase you see here the softness of their lines that dress you as flatteringly as dresses you feel that quality in wools thdt respond so softly to tailoring i ~" - ' ' ' ; •* '.'•... you'll find long and constant pleasure in the hidden values of Townley tailoring SIZES 9 TO 17,10 TO 20,141 TO 24} * • • . • worsted flannels, fine, firm gabardines, ribbed wools, textured boucles, two-tone suitings • long jackets, hip-curved Jackets boxtype with ensembled blouses THIRD AND PIASA FRIDAY, 9:30 TO 9. USE OUR CONVENIENT PLAN spend your summer in DENIMS Amazing stuff, denim! But what McGregor does with denim is even more amazing . . . tailoring durable denim (that's eome to be summer's smartest fabric) with lively style and real elegance. Sanforized against shrinkage. Solid shades of Salty Blue, Corky Brown, Charky Gray — plus Salty Blue Checks. Do your,summer denim shopping early, while size ranges are most complete. , Sport coat in smart center-vent style $13.95 Checked denim sport coat, also made center-vent $15 • Denim zip Windcheater, cotton-knit wrists and collar $5.95 Checked denim zip Windcheater, knit wrists, collar $6.95 Slacks, luxuriously self-belted, trim-fitting $5 Shorts with self-belt $3.95 Denim shirt with terry collar $3.95 Terry shirt, denim-trimmed $2.95 bftfj MW tkii won- USE OUR CONVENIENT PAYMENT PLANS THIRD and PIASA, ALTON

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