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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 4, 1954, Alton, Illinois JANUARY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Annouticiniiis of Births and John KVMHS IH of 2010 Main have announced the birth of a Hollis their third The hahy WHS horn at New Day In Josephs weijchinK fight II Other children are and John who is II Paternal grandparents of the hairy are find John Kvdns of YMK Main find pa ternal great grandfather is John Kvnns of The maternal Rrandparents me and Marion of r A Herbert their first was born Friday at in Josephs Hospital to and Herbert Jones of 701 Washington The baby weighs seven nine Jones was before her mar Miss Mandy daugh letof and Sarn Balaco of Sunday in Josephs filial fo and Olin Hal llilf Harold The name of Terry Lynn was i chosen by and Richard of 2414 Powhnlan street for their first The baby was born nl 1123 Saturday in Alton Memorial weighing seven Jones is the former Miss Betle Jo and Hugh Riller of 2711 Salu have given Ihe name Judith Lynn to a born Saturday in Alton I Memorial The baby j weighs eight 15 Announcernehalheen of the hirlh of a daughter to and Leonard Ward of M2 1ounlam The weigh PR seven six horn Saturday in Josephs llos and Ward have four other all to Sister at and Krnest Terry of 417a Ridge are parents of a six 11 ounce The haby was born Saturday in Jos ephs A William weighing six nine was horn at today in Alton Me moiiai Hospital to and George 2708 Pnwhntan The baby is their fourth Other children in the fam ily are wtm 3 years Mr nf W Lrn The weighing seven wns i2B InOrial Their other chil Hro 2 PAGE ELEVEN M Jlllllor AHiiovprs shown hire wrrin a iloloRation of 51 that attended NIP MidWestern conference hi rhartic of Junior Achievers from the Vallrv They from left Tliomtui Donald Karlinc Kanii Bolancl and Charles day at McKinky School a ously planned The ini has been r Ikd find regular mrMiiie Feb il itil With Parents Paul Tinner 206 Mather S M v Yea i Day llh hi pai n and Ieii Kcchan nl On arid MI fin i Hovrs and Chii and and Mr Turner home in lM Sunday afternoon Vlll d llh Ml MI nf On ran ate Kvploreri Mfrf Tmsdax Explorer Iot 7 ponviud Kim Sheet will have in impii tarit V Tuesday at thr i IIDJI h H To Meet M i 127 uill hive reiflai meeting at the home Tail on His Wa I with his wife T The singer left here I o ieSs than 19 hours after he arrived M W YORK T Frank Sinatra hy air from fo on lo and work his btrt n new motion picture tnrlay alt lfavinK Rom Saturday n Sftld r rrNjrning from in Rome hc anf his artrM are fry mg lo work out our Klin Altnr Society Alir Society if Ambrose i will meet at s m 7ues ylrlSi the parish hail This ill fi lust regular BEAUTY CULTURE i fecial Christmas meeting i i a Profitable Profession Trilnlflf HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE vi i I kngih of nervous ii hnsrlarhps Not just in pxprct in rnlnrllp age fiv MI r rlo DO if SPP vour tor try RHIIjriKS inlv HAW anrl nil inpri if nnrnriEs mcn ffiKSSCRE rln tPliPvo plnasp ask fnr vnur lmk VJf I want It ft fm no MIDIP pii pa K 1 Bnr flifj i ort Nomlntl C oil Ullh Today Central Illinois SekMl tf Beauty Culturi HKNRY Dial 36411 20 Years of Successfully GrnrluntiriK North Alton rinfir second son and third child flt an ln 3Vlnmotial Hospital to BOG Fifth si The baby weighs seven name Their Penny Kevin Anthony is the rhosen by and John is and their other Jloush of Brookside Jeffrey will be one year for Iheir ninth Tlie baby old January was born Saturday at in Josephs weighing eijKht 14 Their other children are Sister i a at Nor mandy Timothy and 9 and Leo Prtiitt of have announced the hirlh of their first a The baby was born at Sunday in Josephs weighing five three Pruill was before her mar Miss Ella Ponia of Spring and Leonard i Route Kast are announci inn Ihe hirlh of a son at i Saturday in Wood River Township He weighed six pounds and 15 and has been given j Ihe name of Leonard Albert The couple has a i 2 1 A their firsl was born i to and David Hellemeyer i of Twelfth Wood at j Saturday in Wood River Township He weighed i eight and has been named David Lee j Hellemeyer is the former Miss An eighl 11 ounce son was Pauline daughter of horn Sunday in Josephs Hosij Nola Buttry of Wood pital to and David Wai1 Jace of I Mrand James Hughes i of D732 Doerr are parents Their second son and fourth child of a daughter horn at wns bom at Sunday in Saturday in Wood River Township Josephs Hospital to snd j George Ray of j The baby weighs eight five oncs astor Writes Mark Winston is the name chos en by and Loyal Case of Wcrges for their first son and second The baby was horn Saturday at in Josephs weighing Begging For His Son seven 11 Their Cynthia is 14 A their second wns born Saturday at for in Josephs Hospital to and Francis Hamilton of 1105 Seller The baby weighs eight Their other daugh Kelly is 18 Their third daughter and fifth child was born Saturday in Jos ephs Hospital to and John 731 Market The baby weighs seven pounds and 10 and Vernon Beilsmith of Brighton are parents of a weighing six one The baby was born at Saturday in Josephs A weighing nine seven was born at OKLAHOMA CITY Peter 70yearold Okla homa born missionary to i wrote Chinese authorities pleading release of his son from a Shanghai Kiehn was overjoyed when told his Arnold finally had been released after three years The former missionary of the Church of the Nazarene arrived here Sunday from California to visit two daugh The missionary said he did not know if his letters prompted the release but explained I wrote them a message in Chinese urging them to release my I told the Communists I was getting up In years and needed I told them if he had done anything wrong I would discipline The missionary left China when the Communists moved how surdy Lanolin Plus back sofar Thto folden liquid to rich in lanolin and precious and like Natures own skin help replenish vital Its pene trating quality assures continued beauty benefits all day Just what your skin must have to feel look fresher and Dont wait KmonH In New Offlrn A new rlrnlnl office at the curner of Jnrkcr Slile C70J Slalei wns upenetl his iiinrninn by Knifms mill Ins liul iously ncciipicd nf fices in Kirsl Nfiliorml Bank liuild lint when Kmons reciMved Ins decree in dentistry in June 1XM plans nvirle to move lo a new location bfrause of the limited spare in Ihe downtown oil The buildinc contains n uniting receptionists private three operating and a recovery in addition to a fully equipped The building attracted attention while under Buill of bul unconventional in de the building has an intrigu ing its bright sunshine yellow surrounded by side panels of clear sky and its highlrom1 hefloor The designer is William There is airconditioning and parking space in the rear of the Seeding and landscaping of the lawn was finished several weeks Kmons has practiced in Alton since and with Kmons resides at Kamona His with his and two chil and six months lives in Mills Springs ad A daughter of Harley lives in Koy Boehlera Keturns Home and Roy BoehJers wf 110 Gerson and returned last Saturday from Chi cago where they visited with Bochlers brotherinlaw and and George Botta and their Judy They went to Chicago last Monday and while there also visited with the and Marshall Rice who live about six blocks from the Botta The Rices was home from McCormick Semi where he is n theological and Rices Peter was also a guest in the Rice The Pine Lawn to which the Rice was called from the Elm Street had a New Years party and the minister and his wife entertained at open house while the BoehJers were TV but Chicago was having real The ground was covered with hard packed snow and The Boehlers made the trip by Marion Vanfosscn Hack lo School Marion Vanfossen has re sumed his studies at Blackburn College in Carlinv alter spend ing Ihe holidays with his and Vanfossen of 4120 Alby Last week they at tended the wedding of Miss Kilty Knsminger of Blackburn College and Jim Mclntyre of University of North Carolina at the Baptist Church in Miss Beth Knsminger of the college at Carlin ville accompanied the Vanfossens to Alton for a Thf two Miss Knsmingers are daughters of and Ross Ensminger of a sophomore at Black received the honorary work and his name also appeared on Ihe college honor For many years Marion was employed at the Wardein Pharmacy on State i Dwyern In California Friends have received word i from and Joseph Dwyer who are visiting their William Bohannan of 5343 Spring Long they are enjoying the and expect to remain in Long Beach for the The Dwyers are former residents of 1246 State and left for the west just be fore Dwyer drove all the and Dwyer re ported he stood the trip all More than a year ago Dwyer suffered a heart and was confined to bed for several The house in which the Dwyers lived before going to California was sold to Clyde Emmons and his who moved from 20th and Alby and occupied the residence shortly after the Dwyers VFW Auxiliary To Meet Alton VFW Post 1308 Auxiliary will meet at Wednesday at Veterans Memorial The group will plan their spring pro gram of both at the Cen ter and in community service and hospital Sonic Semiloii Alton Chapter Barbershoppcrs wjll meet at Wednesday at Northside Playground Shelter The group has announced thai anvone jnlerrslefl in or joining thf singing invited lo tffrnd to take pan in lie pro Visit In Alton nnd Wilson Andrews and children ot Granite City cd Sunday with and Dick Kccles and family of woorl On son of and spent the day with his Elmr working on Downs farm near Mothers Club of McKinleyDel rnar School will not meet Wednes IKMME DIETRICH tells you HOW TO BE LOVED When the Journal editors me to w rite an I was astonished and I had never writ ten or even au thorized a but the subject intrigued I wrote it to remind you of your own feelings when you started to oun rkhneM of heart which you ft ill but may have neglected in this hec rushing life of You will read my sincere beliefs on love and how to be loved in the Ladies1 Home JANUARY IADIIS HOME JOIML A CUtTIS MAGAZINE Now Attending Cwtrat 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