Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 4, 1954, Alton, Illinois
MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1954ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH
Announcements of Births
Mr. find Mrs. John C. Fvnns III of 2010 Main street have announced tho birth of a daughter, Hollis Ann, their third child, The Imhy was horn at 9:10 p.m. New Year’s I lay In St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing eight pounds, l l ounces. Other children are Stacey Marie, 3'a, and John IV, who is 11 months, Paternal grandparents ol th** baby are Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kvdns Jr., of 13(16 Main street, and paternal great grandfather is John C. Evans of Lawrence, Kan. 'I tic maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Marion Whitten of Alton.
A son, Herbert Jr., their first child, was bom Friday at 11:30 p oi., in St. Joseph’s Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jones of TOI Washington avenue. The baby weighs seven pounds, nine ounces, Mrs. Jones was before her marriage, Miss Handy I Sh lam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Balat o of Alton.
Announcement has been made of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Ward of tf?2 Fountain street. The baby, weighing seven pound*, ms ounces, vs as bom Saturday in Si. Joseph s Hospital. Mr. and Mrs, Ward have Jour other children, .til sons Mi s. Ward is secretary to Sister Helen, administrator at St. Joseph’s.
Mr. and Mr*. Finest Terry of 417a Ridge street, are parents of a six pound, ll dunce son. The baby U hs born Saturday in St. Josephs Hospital.
Kevin Anthony is ihe none chosen by Mr. and Mrs. John Roush of 41? Brookside avenue, for their ninth child. The baby was born Saturday at ll ll pm. In St. Joseph's Hospital, weighing eight pound*. 14 oun. cs. Then other children are Sister Angela, a ruin at Mt. Providence, Nor-mandy; John, 12, Harriett, ll, Michael, 9. Patrick. v Glenn*in 7, Timothy 3, and Stephen, 9 months
Mr. and Mo;. Loo Pruitt of Rf I. Brighton, ha'.«* announced the birth of their first child, a son. The haiiy was lorn at 7:01 a rn. Sunday in St, Joseph % Hospital, weighing five pounds three ounces. Mr*. Pruitt was before her marriage, Miss Mila Poma of Springfield,
An eight pound ll oun< e son was I to rn Sunday in St. Josephs Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. David Wallace of Grafton.
Their second son and fourth child was bom at 3:15 a rn. Sunday in St, Joveph’s Hospital to Mr. and
Mrs. George Ray of Rt I, (Jodfrrv 'Inc baby weigh* eight fioundv five ounces.
' Mark Winston is the name • Hoven tty Mr. and Mi s. Loyal Case of 2fCP* Werges avenue for their first son find second child. 'I he baby was horn Saturday at 9:25 p.m., in SI. Joseph’s Hospital, weighing seven pounds, It ounce*. Their daughter, Cynthia Jane, is 14 months.
A daughter, their second child, wa* horn Saturday fit 9:58 p.m. fn St. Joseph’* Hospital to Mr. and Mr*. Francis Hamilton of 1105 Seller street. The baby weighs eight pound*. Their other daughter, Kelly Ann, is IS month*.
Their third daughter and fifth child was (Kirn Saturday in St. Joseph's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, 7?1 Market street.! The ha bv weighs seven pounds and , IO ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Beilsmith of Brighton ar* parent* of a daughter, weighing six pound*, one ounce. The baby wa* bom at 7:52 p m., Saturday In St. Josephs Hospital.
A son, weighing nine pounds. seven ounce*, was horn at 11:16
I> rn. Sunday in St. Joseph'* Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Olin Hallows, 1310 Harold street.
The name cl Terry Lynn was chosen tty Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones of 2414 Powhatan street for their lirst child, The baby was born at 11:23 a.m. Saturday in Alton Memorial Hospital, weighing seven pounds. Mis. Jones is lite former Miss Bede Jo Bruce.
Mi and Mrs. Hugh Hitter of 2711 Sail! afreet, have1 given the name of Judith Lynn to a daughter, born at 4:19 pun Saturday in Alton Memorial Hospital. The baby weighs eight pounds, 15 ounces.
A son, William Acron, weighing vix pounds, nine ounces, was born at 5:08 am. Unlay in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mr*. George Brooks, 2708 Powhatan street. The batty is their fourth • •titId. Other children in the family are Ronald. 16. George, 12, and Francine, who will be 3 years old in February.
Mr. and Mrs. John Foster of 3402 Leo street have announced th** birth of a daughter, their third child, The (»,thy, weighing amen pounds, eight ounces, wa* ttoin at ti 26 p m, Sunday in Alton Memorial Hospital. Their other children are Linda, 2, arid Jimmy, 4.
Their second ^on and thud child was Imhu today a1 5 17 a.m. in Alton Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bagley, 606 Film street. The baby weigh* '-even pounds, Their daughter, Penny Jo, is 3L. and their other son, Jeffrey Lynn, will be one year old January 28.
Mr. arni Mrs. Lf ama rd Pas lev, Route I. Ffi«t Alton, are announcing the birth of a son al 9 26 a in. Saturday in Wood River Township Hospital. Ile weighed «ix pounds and IS ounce*, and ha- been given the name of I^eonaid Al tao I Jr. The couple has a daughter, Cathy, 2
A sun. then first child was born to Mr. and Mrs. David Hellemey-r of Twelfth st met, Wood River, at 2:41 p.m. Saturday in Wood River Township Hospital. He weighed eight pound*, 14 ounces, ami has been named David !*#“(* Jr. Mm, Hellemeyer is the former Mi-s Pauline Whittington, daughter of Mrs. Kola Buttry ol Wood River.
Mr. and Mrs. James F, Hughes of 3732 Doerr avenue, are parent-; of a daughter bom at 4 14 p m Saturday in Wood River Township Hospital.
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OKLAHOMA CITY JP The Rev. Peter Kiehn, 70 - year - old Oklahoma - horn missionary to China, revealed today he wi-ote Chinese Communist authorities pleading for release of hit ton I rom a Shanghai jail.
Kiehn wa* overjoyed whim told his son. Arnold Kiehn, 40, finally had been released after three year*' imprisonment. The former missionary of the Church of the Nazarene arrived here Sunday from California to visit two daughter*.
The missionary said he (bd not know if his letter* prompted the release but explained: “I wrote them a message in Chinese urging them to ielea*e my son. I told the Communist* I was getting up in year* and needed him. I told them if he had done anything wrong I would discipline him.
The missionary left China when the Communists moved in.
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Nix Alton Junior Achievers shown here were iii a delegation of 51 that attended the Mid-Western conference in charge of Junior Achievers I rom the .Mississippi Valle) Area. They are, from left: Thomas Turn bull, Donald St. Peters, Earl inc Smith, Karen
Murphy, John Boland and Charles Steinheimer.
day at McKinley School as previously planned The January me* mg has been < tncelled and th< rn : regular meeting will.be Wednesday, Feb 3 rn McKinley Si bool.
X isit With Parents Mrs. Paul Turner end «*r. of 206 Mather St . visited out N Year s Day with her parent viand Mrs. Pete Mi Ke< hun of (hilt pie.
On Sunday, Mr and Mi Chn Hovts and Mi- J. W. ( man of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Mr Kl-' han of Gillespie visited * the Turner home in Alton TGn on Sunday afternoon the family grout) visited With Mi. and Mrs F/J Ha Hike of Rosalia. Mrs I fox is and Mrs. Curran a re si tees of M< -Kechan.
t.vpforer* Meet Twesdav Explorer Post 7 [wive r*d by Elm Street Presbyterian Church will have an important meeting at 7:30 p. rn. Tuesday at th* church, a spokesman has announced.
I. XU Im Meet fv-lt. James M Philips Cirri" 127 GAR, VV iii have th* regular ie ira meeting at 7:30 p. rn. Tuesday at the home of .Mi Earl Jones 220
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The singer left here early today. less than 19 hours after he arrived by air from Rome. He refused to discuss his domestic problems, but on leaving Rome Saturday he said he and his ac tress wife “are trying lo work out our problems.”
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Doctor* Pinons In Nev* Office
A new dental office at the cornel of Parker and State Sis. 12291 Staten wav opened this morning bv Bl’. W. W. Entoils and Ins son, Dr. J. F. I.mons. Dr. XX'. W. Emons had previously occupied offices in First National Bank Budding. but when Dr. J. F. Emons received his degree in dentistry in June J9a2 plans were made to move to a new Iot ation became of tin- limited spare in the downtown office.
The building contains a waiting room receptionist s office piivati offices, three operating rooms and a recovery room, in addition to a fully equipped laboratory.
The building attracted attern ion while under construction. Built of brick, hut unconventional in design, I he building h«v an tnt nguni!' feature, Us bright sunshtne-yellmv door, surrounded by s,dc panels of i lear sky blue, and its high-!rom-the-flour windows The designer is William K. Durn an, St. Louis.
There is air-conditioning throughout, and parking spa<«» in the rear of the building. Seeding and landscaping of the lavvn was finished several weeks ago.
Dr. W. W. Emons has practiced in Alton since 1919, and with Mrs. Emons resides at Ramona PL, Godfrey. His son. Dr. J. R,, with his wife. Shirley, and two children, Paula, 2, and Gayle, -ox months lives in Mill® Springs addition. A daughter of Dr. XV. XV. Emons, Mrs. Harley Martin, lives in Hobart, Ind.
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Mr. and Mr*. Roy Boehler* of HO Gerton St., and son, Roy, ll, returned last Saturday from Chicago w here they visited with Mrs. Boehler’* brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Botta and their daughter, Judy Botta. They went to Chicago last Monday and while there also visited with the Rev, and Mrs, Malibu ll Rue who live about six blocks from the Botta home. The Rice * son, Bill, was home from McCormick Seminary, where he is a theological student, and Mrs. Rue’s mother. Mrs. Peter Lawrence, was also a guest in the Rice home.
The Pine Lawn Church, to which the Rev. Rice was called from the Urn Street Presbyterian, had a New Year x party and the minister and his wife entertained at open house while the Boehler* were
Mrs. Boehler said the’ trip was wonderful, bu* that Chicago was having real winter weather, The ground vvas coxered wi*h hard parked snow and ice The Boehlors made the trip by tram,
Marion Xaitfesxen Hack to school
Marion G. Vanfossen has resumed his studies at Blackburn College in Ctrlinv die, after spending the holidays with hi' parents, Mr. and Mis. M. W. Vanfosscn of 4120 All y St. I .ast week they at-j tended the wedding of Miss Kitty Ensnnnger of Blackburn College and Jim McIntyre at University of North Carolina at the Baptist Church in Carlinville. Miss Beth Ensnnnger of the college al Carlinville a< companied the Vanfos.xens lo Adon for a visit.
The two Mi'* Emmingers are daughters of Prof. and Mrs. Ross I. Ensnnnger of Blackburn.
Marion, a sophomore at Blackburn, received the honorary work grade and hp name also appeared on the ) o liege honor roll For many years Marion was employed at the E. V. Mardein Pharmacy on State St.
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Friends have received word from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dwyer who are visiting their daughter. Mrs, Mdliam Bohannan of 5343 Spring St., l/>ng Beach, Calif., that they are enjoying the visit and exfierf to remain in I>ong Beach for the winter. The Dwyers are former residents of 1246 St'lie St., and left for the west just bebar Christmas. Mr. Dwyer drove all the way, and Mrs. Dwyer reported he stood the trip ail right, j More than a year ago Mr. Dwyer suffered a heart attack, and was confined to bed for several months.
The house in which the Dwyer* lived before going to California was sold to Clyde Emmons and his family, who moved from 2dih and Alby St , and occupied the residence shortly after the Dwyers left.
VFH Auxillary To Meet
Alton VFW Post 13b8 Auxiliary, will meet at 7:30 p. rn. Wednesday at Veteran* Memorial Center. Th" group will plan their spring program of activities, both at the Center and in community service and hospital work.
Barber*hopper* Song Session
Alton Chapter Barbers hopper* will meet at 7:30 p. rn. Wednesday at Northside Playground Shelter-1
house, The group ha* announced that anyone interested in listening or joining ta the singing is invited to attend to take pm rt in the program.
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Mr, and Mr*. Wilson Andrews and children of Gram!) (My visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Db k Eet lea and I aridly of 308 Brentwood Blvd On Saturday. Rick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kerbspent the day with his grandfather, Firma Down, working on Ixiwn’s farm neai Delhi*
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