Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1953 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 27, 1953
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MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1953 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Hospital Notes St. Mettttml Treatment Harold Richards, 261? Sidney Martin Bruns, 2629 Sidney Mrs. Lottl Zakrsowkl, 139 Nortfi Pene*, East Alton Mtes Levoren Slack, 723 Sliver Thomas Bacus, 308 H West Broadway Harry Moore, 260 Fourteen!*, Wood River Joseph Eckhard, 1511 Central Boyd Sharkey, 1101 McPherson Richard Polndexter, 1903 Gross ' Snrffoal Treatment Robert Reher, 214 Seminary Mathlas Battler, 1101 East Seventh Oscar Null, 510 Winkler Mlsa Jean Conley, Route 2, Alton Frank Vaughn, Cottage Hills David Ham, 1322 Monroe I Mrs. Dorothy Krlbs, 304 Fourth, Edwardsvdlle Marlon Pivoda, Route 1, Ed- Wardsville , Mrs. Helen Gaddls, 1415 Liberty Frank Bohlman, Glendale, Mo. Kenneth Ensley, 409 Market Milo Williams, Bloomlngton Mrs. Thelmi Petert, 309 E. Seventh Edgar Reno, Jerseyville Mrs. Hortpnse Long, 519 W. Seventh, Wood River Mrs. Agnes Fisher, 20? W. Seventh Pauline Sawyer, Godfrey Kathleen All ton, 2334 State Micheal Brodley, Bunker Hill George Green, Jerseyville Mrs. Alma Day, Jerseyville Werner Saltermann, Rt. 2, Alton Prank Grizzle, Rt, 1, Alton Miss Rosemary Lee, 1500 E 4th John Surgeon, Jerseyville ftnrglcnl treatment Mrs. Lavone Armstrong, 217 S. Thirteenth Wood River Mrs. Eleanor Best, Alhambra Barbara Blair, Godfrey Mrs. Dorothy Etter, 214 Maurice Sharon Phillips, 3300 Henrietta Jerome Swan, Hardln Richard Branham, Hardin John Blasloll, 221 McClure Mrs. Ethel Canady, 413 Brook- tide Michael Compton, 603 Arch Mrs. Julia Davidson, Hartford Mrs. Marvel Harvlck, Roxana Mrs. Mary Held, Brussels Miss Ellen King, 220 East Broadway Mrs. Hazel McCoy, 3216 Edsall Mrs. Delores McReynolds and infant son, 2216 Mills. William Newman, 1319 State John North, Route 1, Alton Mrs. Sarah Porter, 1128 Pearl Mrs. Annie Reed. 1411 Fletcher Robert Reher, 2142 Semindry Mrs. Patricia Harris and infant son, East Alton Mrs. Emma Wilson, 21 Monroe, East Alton William Wells, 1712 Feldwisch Mrs. Clare Troyan and infant son, 449 Penning, Wood River Mrs. Atha Thomas, 903 Acton, Wood River Eugene and Michael Taylor, 1634 Main John Stome, 617 East Fifth Mrs. Zoe Sideo, Edwardsville Mrs. Dorothy Nisinger, Godfrey Mrs. Wynoka Miller and Infant daughter, 564 West Ninth, Wood River Mrs. Sarah Marmino, 227 South Main, Wood River Delbert Hamilton, Route 2, Godfrey Mrs. Harriet Hagen and infant daughter, Godfrey Mrs. Ruth Eversole and infant daughter, 295 Easton Mrs. Anna Bartels and infant son, 437 George, Wood River Alton memorial Medical Treatment Mrs. Mary Hewlett, 2730 Viewland Home from Koren Capt, Frank Vonnahmen Visiting Friends in Alton Alexander C, Woodbury Again Honored at U of I Don't Gamble on an Old Roof! Hidden leaks often cause roof boards and rafters to rot. Prevent costly damage from leaks by putting Mule-Hide Cor-Du-Roy shingles right* over yoor old roof now/ ROOF FRIE ffSIMMrff OH A MULE-HIDE roof with the Cor-Du-Roy improvement that slow* down roof wear! Springman LUMBER COMPANY 1101 1C. Broadway Dial 8-8838 Mrs. John Gaghen and infant son 2112 Amelia Mrs. Robert Wright and infant son, Brighton Mrs. William Huish and infant son, 2203 Hazel Miss Shirley Gaddy, 3420 Gillhorn Mrs. Theresa Keel, 635 Acton Wood River George Parker, 210 W. Delmar Mrs. Ardeth booley, New Douglas Mrs. Margaret Conner, Medora Mrs. Eufauia Duff, 2506 Ida Miss Marie Lovell, 210 Williams Richard Branham, Hardin Miss Shirley Hart, Bethalto Mrs. Frances Feltes, West Alton, Mo. Thomas Parker, 1725 Main James Allen, 351 Lindenwood Gladys Hatcher, Godfrey Steven Britt. 824 East Sixth Wayland Britt, 824 E. Sixth Shirley Winters, 2316 Locust Madeline Shaw, 1311 W. Fifth Diane Wickenhauser. 3012 Forest Kenneth Howard, 2201 Maxey William Gillson, 701 Glass John O'Donovan, 3640 Western Lee Candler, Belleville Mrs. Lena Miles, Edwardsville Mrs. Mabel Ambrose, 418 E. 14th Mrs. John Thayer and infant daughter, 3000 Forest. Dr. Mrs. Raymond Schell and infant son, Jerseyville Mrs. James ' Bates and infant son, Brighton Ronald Abner, Rt. 2, Alton Mrs. Edna Warden, 1014 Humbolt Ct. Wood River Township Surgical Treatment Judy Denham, RR No. 1, Bethalto Brenda Louise Wails, Cottage Hills Nancy J. Ames, Roxana Mrs. Pearl Haws, 208 Lincoln, East Alton. Mrs. ' Louise Norder, RR No. 1, Moro Mrs. Mildred Stark, Cottage Hills. Geraldine D. Miller, RR No. 1, Bethalto Sandra Grimsley, 355 Madison Victor Patterson, Bethalto Mrs. Betty Stormer, 821 St. Louis Rd. Harry J. Bergesch, 617 Main Alton i Mrs. Jaunita Shirley Morris, 447 George East Alton George D. Mohundro Jr., 124 Ohio, East Alton Frances Elaine Sitze, 229 Ohio, East Alton Dismissals Mrs. Grace A. Arnold, 300 N, Central John Andrew Harmening, East Alton Nathaniel Brawley, Hartford David G. Ridenhower, 775 Rice Beverly McDonough 422 Wood River Ave., East Alton Mrs. Helen Roe, 25 Dugger, East Alton Mrs. Nellie Laurence, Hartford Mrs. Mary R. MrCormirk and infant son, Cottage Hills Larry D. Stewart. RR No. 1, Godfrey Brenda Louis Walls, Cottage Hills Judy Denham, RR No. 1, Bethalto Victor Erzen Jr., Bethalto Frank A. Ladendorff, RR No. 1 Alton Miss Betty Lea Chappell, 250 S. 13th Mrs. Mary C. Gray 176 Eighth Joni Sue Yates, East Alton Mrs. Mildred Louise Rogert and Capt. Frank Vonnahmen, a ret?u- lar Army dentist, whose father Henry A. Vonnahmer lives in Fosterburg Township, is visiting in Alton with relatives anfl friends. Attached to the 10th Corps In Ko> rea, where he spent 15 months, Capt. Vonnahmpn wears six hattle stars on the Korean Campaign Ribbon, the U.N. Medal, the Korean Presidential Unit Citation, American theater and World War II Victory Medals, Meritorious Unit Citation. He also spent 18 months In Japan. The captlan first entered service In December 1942 serving for two years. After this Jap. Vonnah- men attended school of dentristry at St. Louis University from which he was graduated and received his commission Aug. 1, 1948. for two years following his graduation he served at Percy Jones Hospital, Battle Creek, Mich., Ft. Penning, Ga, He went to Korea In July 1950, remaining there until November 1951. In 1948 he was married to Miss Patricia Ann Poterack of Grand Rapids, Mich. Then in February i&52, Mrs. Vonnahmen and their older son Patrick, now 3la years old, joined Capt. Vonnahmen In Osaka, Japan, where their second son, Michael, five months old was born. The Vonnahmen's returned to the United States March 24. Capt. Vonnahmen was not ao companied to Alton by his family, who are in Michigan, due to imminent surgery on Michael. Before entering military service, Capt. Vonnahmen was a student at Marquette and Alton High Schools, and did his pre-dental work at University of Illinois and at Leland Stanford University at Palo, Alto., Calif. He is a member of Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity and XI Psi Phi, national denta] fraternity. ! Capt. Vonnahmen will report to ' Camp Atterbury, Ind., at comple- i tion of his leave. Feared Results Early opponents of vaccination argued that persons vaccinated in childhood might take on characteristics of the animals from which the vaccine was taken. Cattle not kept for milking purposes in the United States numbered 56,817,000 in 1953 compared with 52,207,000 in 1952. j infant son, Hartford Kenneth McGrew, East Alton Wanda Irene Wooherton, Hartford Garett Lee Melvin, 645 Washington, East Alton Arthur Hayes Sr. Roodhouse Mrs. Helen C. Boren, 204 S. 14th Michael E. Keister, Roxana For the second year in slon Alexander Grossman Woodbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Woodbury of Monticello College, is being recognized for schol* lastlc achievement at the annual Honors Day it the University ef Illinois, Friday afternoon. Woodbury was elected to Pbt Et§ SifTnt) iratioMi scholastic society in his freshman year at the university. He is a QoM Alpflfl (PHHJRHtff Of KKaa njgk School, elm* of Mil. Tetegnph Won Ml "dtelt." CAPT. F. VONNAHMEN Although the year in which many European wines were produced is important to their flavor, this usually is not true of California wines because ot the uniformity of the climate. need, and we always perform our many duties with this in mind. There can be no substitute f o r courtesy, friendliness and a sincere desire to be helpful. fUnCMLHOIMS linbukfice Service CLOISONNE Styled for ysm by GULISTAN HARM THE MEW STEPS AND JOIN THE FUM AT DON'T TAKB • chance with popularity. Come in to Arthur Murray's today and join in the fun his pupils have learning to dance. There are all sorts of get-together dances as well as teacher- student parties. You gain confidence and poise in your first lesson thanks to Arthur Murray's exclusive method of teaching.Visitorsarewelcome. WILL YOU ACCEPT A oo TKIAL LESSON ' ARTHUR MURRAY School o/ Dancing 123 VV. THIRD ST., ALTON, ILL. — DIAL 8-6608 Open 10 A. M. Until 10 P. M. All-Wool Pile! Decorator Colors! For your background of beauty, choose style-leading Cloisonne" 1 A distinctive, new weave in all-wool pile, Cloisonne is a beautiful basis for any decor. Come in and see for yourself! Open Friday Nights Till 9 P, M,-Evenings By Appointment FINANCE THRU THE 8141 CARPETC9 1656 MAIH ST. •• A.A. GRAVES £SOHS"ALTON FEATURING: ROBERTS SMOOTH EDGE INSULATION r ALL BRAND NEW THIS SEASON WHY NOT LET AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE MAN • BINDIX WASNIR • TILIVISION SET • CLOTHES DRYER • AUTOMATIC WASHER • ELECTRIC RANOE UfflFMi (toy BtocJ HOWHRD&UIELL5 101 W. FOUITH ST. 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