Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1958 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, JULV 2, 195$ ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THftia Hospital Notes Alton Memortn! MEDICAL David L. Brown, Grafton. Mrs. Hnttie Brown, 2350 Lincoln Mrs. Clara Killebrew, E. Alton Fred Ellis, 3341 Belle. Patricia Broeker, Cottage Hills Mrs. Ethel Kreider, Roxana. HiWry Heuer, 1014 Garden. Victor Vaggi, 2811 North. SURGICAL Melvin Barnhart, Hartford. Richard P. Ash, 3554 Aberdeen Connie and Bonnie Hall, 608 Sitze •cm on autumn HCRA«I * * David Jones, Wood River. Mrs. Mary Scoggins, Jerseyville. Kenneth Pyatt, Jerseyville. Mrs. Louise Wilharn, Worden. Glenn D. Sinks, East Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Jean Lawless, 3607 Horn. Kenneth Pyatt, Jerseyville. Harry Hershey, 3025 Leverett. Lee Green, Godfrey. Mrs. Angela Wiseman, 625 Mather Mrs. Louise Hale, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Melba Ffiedel, Bethalto. Mrs. Connie Haden, 1934 Central. Mrs. Helen Smith, Cottage Hills. Donna Guenther. Dow. Mrs. Ora Bralnerd, Grafton. Mrs. Lillian Miller, 4500 College. Mrs. Bertha Glowers, 316 McInerney. SI. <9o*i»pJt'f SURGICAL Miss Tvy Biesh, Cottage Hills. Miss Dixie Boatright, 1400 Fourth. Thomas McClain, Nokomls. Mrs. Augustine Shorter, 1907' Oak wood. Robert Northern, 3108 Washington Mrs. Helen Knott, 818 Broadway. John Stamper, Godfrey. James Lindsey, 1413 Monument. Mrs. Dorothy Chaffer, 4047 Alby. Mrs. Molly Lama, 2118 Washington. MEDICAL Alton"9 June Traffic Mishaps Total 107 Alton's June listing of traffic accidents totaled 107 despite the fact that the month was highlighted by three accident-free days. Of the total number of mishaps, the police department record shows, 19 resulted in injury to persons, but no fatalities occurred. The June record compares to one of 111 May accidents, 11 with injury, and one fatality. In June a year ago 102 mishaps, 18 with in.iury were recorded. Traffic violation arrests in June totaled 82 of which 65 were for "moving violations". Unincluded in the total are 7 June arrests for drunken driving which are included in a special category. Traffic arrests included 20 on charges of speeding; 20, reckless driving, 15, non-observance signs and signals; and 17 non-moving offenses such as improper licenses or equipment. Worden WORDEN — The Howard family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Howard. Members of the Methodist Sunday School enjoyed an all-day picnic at Forest Park in St. 1/ouis Saturday. Mrs. June Slaton has returnpdJLackland Air home from Community Memorial (spending a Hospital in Staunton. jhis parents, 1 Danny Dona. 5, son of Mr. andjard Schrage. munity morial Hospital ning. Mrs.. Benita home Sunday Mrs. Aug Dona, sustained a fractured left arm in a fall Saturday David Tune, Mrs. Hilbrrt ' as taken to Corn- rial Hospital in •»atment. entorod Alton Meal Saturday eve- Clagg returned from Community )ilal in Staunton. rd J. St-hiagp of Fon-p Hasp is irlouRh here with r. and Mrs. Rirh- son of Mr. and Tune, and James Crime in Alton Declines During June Known crime declined in Altori in June with pxcrplinn of larcenies which the police report shows to- instances of known crime, including 4fi of larceny. i Misdemeanors under eity ordinances resulted in 205 June arrests, including tlio.se of 19 suspects dismissed without prosecu- taled ."il. Other class one crimes!!'""- Misdemeanor arrests includ- included one of rape, 5 of burglary, and 4 of auto thefts. One ai- rest for aHe^ed rape. 8 for larcenies arc listed. Last May had 60 Ooton, son of Mi*, and Mrs. .lames Ooton. are al (Ireat Lakes Naval Training Center for boot training. eri 82 on traffic charges. 2-t for intoxication, and 47 for disorderly conduct. Grand total ot arrests was 214 well under a May total of 241, and a June 19.V7 total of 247. j Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" . MANWAC 100 Cenft AWNINGS FOR 33 YtARS CAMPBELL Phone 3-8885 OPEN THURSDAY NITE 'TIL 9 P.M. William Crawford, 204 W. 13th Mrs. Rebecca Allen, 1134 Spaulding. Willie Hendrix, 500 Mitchell. Miss Gail Bruco. 2828 Sanford. SALE! WOMEN'S WASHABLE CASUALS Regular $3.99 ONLY • TAN MULTISTRIPE • BLUE MULTISTRIPE • BLACK MULTISTRIPE • BAHAMA STRIPE Several other sfyles to choose from.' Made by one of America's largest rubber companies. Sorry we can't mention the name, but you will recognize the fine quality of these shoes at once. SHOE DIPT. MAIN FLOOR Charles Ethridge, 4500 College. Mrs. Margaret Siemer, Kane. Mrs. Bertha Goldberg, 75 Lindenwood. George Thompson, 1206 Cave Rd Mrs. Dorothy Jones. 5 Delmar. DISMISSALS Miss Mae Mielke, Rt. 1. Alton, Mrs. Lucy Cook, 1321 Central. Mrs. Maxine Hartnett, 1041 College. Mrs. Carolyn Anderson, 893 Shamrock, East Alton. Mis. Lola Woodson, 29 Missouri. Mrs. Beatrice Davis, Dow. Miss Janet Hall, East Alton. Mrs. Christina Duncan, East Alton Mrs. Minnie Higgins, 491 State. Miss Barbara Williams, 1112 Belle Miss Verna Turner, East Alton. Mrs. Dorothy Curtis, Hartford. William Crawford, 204 W. 13th. Mrs. Clara Washburn, Jerseyville Gregory Gray, 1200 Belle. Miss Janet Compis, Wood River. Mrs. Oma Stites. 2701 Benbow. Mrs. Marguerite Darnell, 3531 Thomas. Frank Flynn, Jerseyville. Jersey Commmiittf MEDICAL Mrs. George Wahle. Brighton. Mrs. Paul Rose, Hardin. Peter Zipprich, Hardin. Earl Stevens, Jerseyville. SURGICAL Herman Kuehnel, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Kenneth Pyatt, Jerseyville. Judy East, Rt. 1, Jerseyville. Eldon Wallace, Grafton. Arthur Eastham, Jerseyville. Wood River Township MEDICAL Larry Copeland, South Roxana. Paul Green, 2525 Yaeger, Alton. Homer Dunn, 3544 Fullerton, Alton Rev. Heuda Gaines, Edwardsville SURGICAL Samuel Doolen, Bethalto. Jerra Braden. Roxana. •DISMISSALS J. W. Gregory, Shipman. Mrs. Bonnie Lowe. Roxana. Judy Brown, Bethalto. 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