Janesville Daily Gazette from Janesville, Wisconsin on November 3, 1967 · Page 9
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Janesville Daily Gazette from Janesville, Wisconsin · Page 9

Janesville, Wisconsin
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Friday, November 3, 1967
Page 9
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Hospital News Mercy Hospital SON TO Mrs. Charles Williams, 1610 N. Church St. DAUGHTERS TO Mrs. L«e Leeder, 1125 Huron Dr. Mrs. Clinton Wame, Clinton. Mrs. William Bchrens, Rl. 2. ADMITTED Janice Pratt, 17 N. Terrace St. Katherine and Sherri Offerdahl, 2141 Mol« Ave. Karen Morgan, 440 S. Blackhawk St. Mary and Monica Langer, Edgerton. Miss Mabel Matson, Milton Keith Casey, Rt. 3. Gerald McCoy, Rt. 6. Mrs. Ellen McCue, 327 Linn St. Mrs. Anna Hammarlund, 702 Logan St, Edna Starkey, 2005 Mole Ave. Bradley Boldcn, Milton Jet. Harley Cook, 1132 Sumac Drive. Mrs. William Howell, 1311 N. Claremont Drive. Mrs. Philip Mundth, Rt. 5 Mrs. Mark Hankc, 2607 Hawthorne Ave. Eugene Erickson, 1117 Lapham. Christine Zahn, 21 N. Wisconsin. Dawn Johnson, 1025 N. Marion. Dale Wuttke, Elkhorn. Edwin Bothen, 1514 N. Claremont Drive. Mrs. Margery Ware, lis S. Parker Drive. DISMISSED Mrs. Floyd Larson, Elkhorn. Miss Marie Cuneo, 320 Oakland. Mrs. Marvin Swenson, 1630 Beloit Ave. Kenneth Demrow, Rt. 2. Mrs. Martin Studcbaker, Milton. Mrs. Albert Brikowski, 1820 Purvis Ave. Mrs. Stella Jungblut, 724 Grove. Mrs. Hilmer Ambrose, 257 S. High St. Mrs. John O'Lcary, 606 Park. Mrs. Mae Palmer, 4,32 N. Oakhill Ave. Mrs. George Starks, 250-1 King. Kathryn Zenk, 530 S. Parker Dr. Suzanne Lee Williams, 1518 N. Sumac Drive, Sandra Hisel, 1524 S. Grant Ave. Kim Hammer, 1116 N. Sumac Dr Sara Cress, 15 N. Atwood Ave. William Counter, 1510 Linden. Calvin Paulson, 1739 S. River Rd Mrs. Kate Eauclaire, 1127 Hawthorne Ave. Mrs. Russell Kahl, Whitewafer. Mrs. Robert Pollock Jr., Milton Junction. Mrs. Richard Guski, 1512 Highland Ave. Mrs. Frederick Jensen and daughter, 2507 E. Milwaukee. Fort Hospital FORT ATKINSON-Admitted to Memorial Hospital were Gordon Hanson, Mrs. Herman Blank, Steven Spaanem, all Fort Atkinson; Mrs. Ramond Smale, Teddy Schrodel, Jefferson; Jeffrey Wood, James Henzc, Lowell Lein. Mrs. Raymond Trewyn. Jeffrey Hahn, Whitewater; Joseph Hallicter, Eva Soblewski. Sullivan; John Bullis, Dean and Debra Frye, Lake Mills. Dismissed: Mrs. Donald McDermott, Fort Atkinson; Mrs. Francis Porter and son, Mrs. John LaDion and son, Debv Bredlow, Kenneth Haas, Mr|. LeRoy Heiman and son, Jeffer- .son; Terese Reincn, Watcrtown; Benjamin H. Kruegcr, Lake Mills. Edgerton Hospital EDGERTON - Patients admitted to Memorial Community Hospital were Richard Bell, Mrs. Duane Arnold, Robert Winn, Willard Teubert, Otto Maves, Edgerton; Mrs. Holland Hanaman, Darien. Dismissed: Paulette Richards, Milton Junction; Mrs. Robert Mair, Janesville. Harvard Hospital HARVARD, 111, -Mrs. Douglas Smith, Williams Day, was admitted to Community Hospital. Dismissed: Dave Palmgren, Lake Geneva; Raymond Gaut, Harvard. Monroe Hospital MONROE - Admitted to St. Clare Hospital were Mrs. Hartley Hagen, Mrs. Melville Kettle, Janesville; Robert Arnii- tage, Albany: Mrs. Alvin Burtis, Evansville; Eric Wolf, Marcia Peterson, Mrs, Ella Brunkow, Monroe. Lakeland Hospital ELKHORN—A son was born in Lakeland Hospital to Mrs. Donald Davey, Elkhorn; daughters to Mrs. Robert Schneider, •Delavan; Mrs. Charles Straus, Elkhorn; Mrs. Eugene Van Der Vce, Lake Geneva. Admitted: Mrs. Thomas Cos •cUo, Stephen Peal, Dena Morel li, Delavan; Herbert Dahnert and Godfrey .lohnson. Lake Geneva. Dismissed: Leonard Brickner, Walworth: Mrs. James Delaney, Calvin Vollman, Harry Wendl- «r, Delavan; Carol Tinder, Be- bit; Mrs. Mary Fowler, Lake Geneva; Cathleen Redenz, Mrs. Patrick McDonald and daugh- t«r, Elkhorn; Mrs. Gale Smith and son, Tiffany. ' Friday, Nov. 3, 1967 Janesville Doily Ga «»ltt—9 SIKER'S Downtown FURNITURE RICH/MEJ10W^.WARM FURNITURE WITH YESTERDAY'S CHARM ... AND TODAY'S COMFORT! Featuring... Marproof Laminated Tops... on Selected Hardv/ood Here's fine, quality furniture at scnsatiiina! iow prices! Due to a carload purciiase by Siker's, they are able to offer you these pieces at big savings. Whether you're just starling to furnish your home or just wailing for tha right time to complete your setting. . .you'll want these wonderful value.s in your home once you've seen them! Each piece is sturdily constructed for years and years of use. . .with their laminated tops that resist dents, scratches and stains. All drawers have nylon center guides. Remember, these low, low prices are for this sale only. . .so hurry in and choose the pieces .you need! Buy on Easy Monthly Payments DOUBLE DRESSER AND MIRROR ^"i*»>; , lSxl8 mch top. 33x36 inch tilting frampd V .W 'lL ^TV-'K niiTor. TAKE YOUR PfCK iS7 Reg. $49.95 TWIN BEDS Reg. $49.95 $008t BOOKCASE BED *0T Full or twin me. (Night stajid available, only $19Jt| $34 88 R«0. $69.95 SINGIE DRESSER AND MIRROR.. 33x36 inch tilting framed mirror. $5988 R«g. $49.95 STUDENT DESK. $3988 18x38 inch top. o<f> Rag. $59.95 7DRAWH DESK aOx40 liKh top. $49 88 Reg. $44.95 CMM 4 DRAWER CHESt ^HH 2t).\I(i.\;Wini .liM hij;h. 88 1 OPEN FRI. and MON. NITES TILL 9 P.M. BUNK BEOS Ladder and guardrail included. R*g. $69.95 CPAfiR S DRAWER CHMT ^Sy** R.g.. $59.88 $/[088 38x18x38b,ch«hidi. J DRAWER CHEST •*# 38x16x38 inchn high. 32x18x45 inclwi high. SIKER'S Downtown FURNITURE Reg. $(M.S8 ^00 6 DRAWER CHfeST.... *54 32x18x53 incbee high. $3488 m ^»f»^" Reg. $39.95 POSTER BED.... Kill! or twin tiit- This Sale Ends Nov. 10. 1967 22-24 N. Porker Drive ^ Free Delivery! 752-8911

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