Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 23, 1960
Page 12
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"JUCft IWILVIJ ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1DOO ifdipfcol Notes ^^ -j^^g^i^i^fc IT. JOHrVfl vine. Edw«rd«- ttn. Ruth HtnoM, Rt. 2, Brlgh- v ton. S SURGICAL ffftenry Fiedler, Hardtn. Sherry Cairns, Brighton. irti Esther Nagel, Edwards- vitle. Sharon Partridge, Plasa. Mrs. Dorothy Sutton, 1007 E. 4th Mrs. Gertrude DeOerlla, 414 Lamport, James C. Kent, 4500 College. Mrs. Patricia Thayer. 563 George, Wood River. DISMISSALS Mrs. Irene Shrout, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Naomi Smith, S. Roxana. Mrs. Pau|ine Hampton, 1126 Green. Joseph Heltzman, Dow. Charles Haworth, Shlpman. Harold Johnson. Rt. 1, Bethalto. . Mrs. Emma Berkel, Cottage , Hills. Mrs. Emma Clark. 2420 Main. Earl Milter, JmeyvlUt. Donna Ca<n. Fidelity. AkfON MEMORIAL MRDIOAL Melvin Johnson, Jeneyville. Mrs. Odele Fowler, Roxana. Charles ChampHn. 3020 Fernwood. Jerry Cox, 601 Mildred. SURGICAL Recital Set Friday at Jerscyville JERSEYVfl.LE - The third in n series of recitals sponsor- ov ..».^. u ** by the atudlo of Mrs. Ted Mrs. Mildred Brown.' Graf ton. iRinghatisen will be givpn at 7:30 Louise Thompson, Edwardsvllle '< p.m. Friday at tho Methodist ! .-i O i Svrt "-" P " v »—- "*•"- Calhounjersey Draft System Clerk Named HARDTN—Mrs. August Simon seyvllie, and assumed her duties at the Jersey County office Monday. She had previously been employed as a part-time clerk at Hardln, and she sue- appointment. has accepted an from the Selective Service Sys tern a« Clerk of No. 7 at Hardfn. and 142 at jceeds Mrs. Agnes who has resigned. S. Walsh. Pm.l. and The clerk will spend Monday. I Tuesday and Wednesday of each iueek in Jerseyville. and Thurs- in Hardln. Linda Mourning. Mr,. Bessie, M " Han-ell Miller wan hired pjnkprton"of Kane" Judy Groin 1 '?' fhp < ;oun 'y ^a^ ot Sydney Frey, Roxana. Mrs. Dorothy Murray, Roxana Mrs. Eva Tucker. Jerseyvllle. Mrs. Clyde Klaques. 4500 College. Mrs. Dorothy SwearinRin. Kane Michael Blainke, 1304 Clawson. Mrs. Velma Markle, 1209 E. 4th DISMISSALS Marvin Ovlllo, Bethalto. Ronald Wenzel. Wood River. Rebecca Byrley, Wood River. William Howell, East Alton. Herman Copeland. Dow. Mrs. I^aura Elliott, Hartford. Mrs. Rosemary Wilson, 2510 N. Church. «'"ner.s Monday to replace Mrs. ! Wood s <»™ " Calhoun Piano students of Mrs. Ring-[Mary Ellen Grubbe. Cara Stev- hausen who will participate In I ens. Sue Sandbcrg. Teddy Ring the program are: Rebecca Prough, Barbara Varble. Peter, hausen, and Janet and Janice Cox of Jerseyvllle. Admin- IMrator. Mrs. Miller will begin her duties in that office July 1. .Mark Birthday HARDIN - Mi. and Mrs. At Least 11 Dead In Liverpool Fire LIVERPOOL, England (AP) Firemen and police today began Dean Btzailllon and children of Quincy were weekend guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blzallllon and daughter, Jeanette. in Hardln. On Sunday the family and several guests had a picnic at Mat-queue Park, in celebration of Miss Jeanette's birthday, and Father's Day. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sievers and daughter, Barbara, and Larry Angel. searching fhe M lotting raM ot A flvMtory department More to which At least 11 jpei'MXU nted. • down persons were injured. Liverpool's wont fire ttnct the 1940 Nazi bfltz swept through (he crowded More in mtdafternoon Wednesday. An engineer working on a renovation project fell to his death from a finger-tip hold on a uip floor ledge after helping five girls to safety. About 400 customers and 300 employes were in the store when! smoke started pouring through | ventilators. Within minutes the whole building was in flames. Jill Of A.*I 111 I ICt Vj>lUl I\ | *T*V A*»U1I I i D*V*1 Mrs. Rosetta Bryant, S. Roxana, «°?f c ": t>_ f h«i»n tt aM i4 T? M »iot. 41» Ahorrioon Deibert Stoddard. Bethalto. Mrs. Deborah Stotler. 1509 Jersey. Mrs. Delorfs Golob, Godfrey. Miss Patricia Hughey, Alton. larold Frazler, 4132 Aberdeen. ; drs. Maxine Tite, East Alton. lev. Emanuel Nelson. 4 W. 18th. »aul Caldwell, 1021 Union. Szell Cole, 2511 Clawson. !!. K. Poplelewski, Hardln. Mrs. Myrtle Powell, 507 Pearl. Mrs. Audrey Sebold, 3616 Western. Mrs. Maxine Stubbs, Edwards- vllle. Michael Tittle, 2509 Davis. Darrell Hums, Edwardsville. Earl McNear, Rt. 2, Godfrey. 301 Dooley. 201 Ladd. Mrs. Annabelle Blerman, delity. W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Mrs. Nettie Hall, Cottage Hills Michael Hicks. Bethalto. Paul Mikulin, Rt. 1. East AHon. Richard Gust. South Roxanu. Mrs. Anna Klocke, Brussels. Edgar Oswald, South Roxana. Aberdeen. i Anthony V. Rowe. 729 Condit. tnhort Frir«snn Wood Rivpr i DISMISSALS Ml£f Rose Huff 207 Marshall -'aney Ancell. 603 Olmstead. Miss Rose Huff. Ml Marsnau. Mrs / Luel]a Bunt gg E HaIIeri East Alton. Miss Wanda Lewis. Tulsa, Okla. JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Donald Topprnryer, Hardin Mrs. Emmett Crutchley, Jerseyville. George Morgan, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Eldon Moore, Jerseyville. Mrs. Ora Taapkin, Jerscyville. Miss Georgia Sandifer, Jersey-; Harold Irvtn, 500 Stowell, Alton. Mrs. Carol Grable, 321 Main, East Alton. Mrs. Jesse Federle, 323 W. St. Louis Ave., East Alton. Mrs. Glenda Downey, Bethalto ANTHONY'S ville. Miss Freda Stahl, Jerseyville. VACATION AND HOLIDAY SILVER DOLLAR DRY CLEANING SPECIAL THIS WEEK 909 E. Broadway 2012 State St. 226 E. Elm 436 N. Wood River Ave. j:\1arvin Lobbig, 918 McPherson JMrs. Judith Wisnasky, 2408 Brown. Mrs, Augusta Rohrkasse. Hame! Candy Maguarany, Wood River. i DISMISSALS (Joseph Greenvvell, Rt. 1, Edwardsville. Report Red Chinese Mass on Indian Border NEW DELHI, India 'API-India's chief of staff Says reports indicate the Communist Chinese are massing heavy troop concen- jtrations along some of India's border areas. 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