Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1953 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 24, 1953
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Church Services At Carrollton CAimOLLTQN - The Rev. Wfll* er B. Pniett will speak em "Tak- ng the Spiritual Offensive" at the «tonday morning worship nervine in he Methodist Qiurrh. The Rev. Charles Sedwtrk of Normal will be he guest speaker Sunday evening at which time he will discus* and how plr.furea of "The Babyfotd". MAYOR PROCLAIMS MENTAL HEALTH WEEK — Dr. Abraham Simon (left), r.uperintendent of Alton State Hospital,-and Mayor Earl Linkogle proclaim Mental Health week May'3-9, Mrs. Edna Westover, superintendent of therapy, pins a bell on the mayor, The bells, each inscribed with names and date were given to Dr. Simons and the mayor'by Mrs. Westover. They are made from the metal which has been melted from Ihe shackles formerly used for mental patients.—Staff photo. JUNIOR SUZIES, a group of teen age girls who meet every Saturday morning at the Y.W.C.A prepare for a style show to be given April 30. Miss Sally Pickett, a student at Monticollo College givr< instructions to the girls who are: Susan Serlgwick, Sally jo Siebenthal, Patty Bdrton, Judy Boyd, Judy Hershey,' Barbara Luken, Jean Wilson, Cynthia Byford—Staff phoio. . -.\ FRANKLIN J.,KELLER (right), principal of Metropolitan Hifili School, New York City, on hi visit Monday at Alton High School, 37th stop on a rial ion wide tour of institutions jointly offering academic and vocational training. Keller is gathering nwlerial for a vocational text hook which i to be placed in the New York school system. Here he inspects a planer at F. W. dim Vocationa School. Others pictured from left are: C. C. Davis, principal; Edward Leamon, assistant superin terident of schools; and C. R. Wright, director of thr> Olin school.—Photo by Orville. Brown. Boyd Memorial Hospital Notes CARKOLLTON — Three ha hies were horn the past week in Boyd Memorial Hospital. Eighteen patients underwent surgery and 19 entered for medical care. New firriuils were: a daughter born April 14 to Mr, and Mrs. James Wren of .lerseyville; a daughter, April L'O, tn Mr. and Mrs. Mail -y Mom OP of .Iprseyulle and a son April 'J2 10 Mr. and ; '11'.".'_„"_'. Mrs. Mehin Becker of, Carroll- j ton, i Patienls undergoing surgery j were: Mrs. Norma Greaves, Tony i Davidson, Miss Rachel Stein, and I Miss Pansy Michael, Carrollton; j Jess Steele, and Miss Carolyn Sue ! Sample, Rockbridge; Mrs. Anna i Tillery and Ferris Ford of White ' Hall; Mrs. John Work, Mrs. Ed-, win Dreier, Miss Cynthia Stringer and David Isringhausrn, Jerscy- ville; Miss Donna Krueger, Mrs. Jrwin-'Goodall, Miss Jayne C'olf, Mrs. Clyde Baldes, and Miss Nanry Hill, Greenf.ield, and Mrs,. Jlussel Irnel, Hettick. Patienls entering lor medical care were: Mrs. Lu^ie Holmes of Kampsvillc; William Brandenberg ol Michael who suffered a leg fracture in an accident; Miss Mildred Swarringin of Greenfield; Mrs. Ben W, Bethard and Mrs. Maud Suttles of Carrollton; Mrs. Matilda Punsworth, Mr*.. Lea Tharp and Ben Early of Carrollton and £lmer Motten of Ferguson, Mo., who were all injured in an automobile accident Friday evening; Carey Gam-toy of Carrolltoji; Mr*. Ida Worthy ol White Hall; Mrs. Pauline Bfaum. Hardin; Mr*. Uili* PeShfrlia, BaUhtovsn; Mrs. ,HolUteorth t Mii* fauluie I Kessinger, Dick Kessingpr, and Ed and Mrs. Raslello. Bryant of PJldred; and Robert Scott of Fieldon. Currolltnn Notes CARROLLTON — Joe Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Invin Johnson and Hal Brock, son of Mrs. Dorothy Brock, left Friday for service with the armed forces. Miss Marie Witt entertained members of the C&C Club Saturday evening al her home. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Carriro and daughter will spend Sunday in HHI-- din where they will be guests of Mrs. Carriro's father, A. Rastello TrlBffl WlU 1)6 4 pSfltlBn 8QPp0f it 8:30 p. frT. r "Dealing with the IfflpWWlMt" tr)6 thfiftlB Of th6 861'flWfl tO 06 ven at the worship rervtee Sanday nrorninf in the Pretbytefftn Church by the Rev. Elmer 8etW» kind. Sunday Afternoon it 2:30 p. m. representatives of thelocil church will go to Alton to attend the spring rally for Preihytertan youth or the Alton Presbytery which will he held at the* FI r • t Presbyterian Church in Alton, Suppw wffl be KWVW! It 8 p. fn« ftn Rtv» SBtlfirlUntl and olhwi of ffw efiwchi^n ittmf trW ipfing meeting of the Alton Presbytery at the Presbyterian Church in Utch* field T uesday. Attend Party In CARROLLTON - Mrs. James Jeffrey of Carlinvllle formerly of this city was guest of honor at a party Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lefe Jeffrey In Car- linvllle. Attending from Carrollton were: Mrs. N. L. McQueny, Mrs. Randan Pttffi, Mn, a«fi« Jeffrey, Mm Otlbtrt Jeffrey ttw Mr*, ffrt Ke|»._ Bnt§rt§lti Stinifsi Sufww Cww CARROLLTON - Mr, tnd M», Ernest Roberts Jr., entertained member! of the 904W eli«i of the Baptist Church in WWte Hall at their home Tuesday evening. They were assisted in entertaining by Mr, and Mrs. Carl Spangenberg American interests win drlB for dl in Spain's fibre River Valley, Madrid t RIDAY, APRIL M, IM West Alto* ALTW -* Mr, itt! Tretflwajr at* H» fitewten, Te*as, where they tf« ^JSJjJB with their «m«m»Iaw arm dtofnter, Mr. and Mw. Hattu art firmly and Mist Hilda freadway lot tw weeks. The revival scheduled at th» Community Church wlD open Sun* day night and continue through May I. Rev. Harold Whitt el Meadewbrook will preach, Installation Can Be Arranged 1 Cross Coun don't worry about ri childrtn-thty play mort lafftly now! Good Neighb .ff Chain Link Fencing Heavy-Gauge Wire — Galvanized After Weaving! Running Foot 42-ln, Height 42 - In 50 ft. Rolls. 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