Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 14, Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH S MKHtCAl, Mrs (irnrr Hinrirhv -ins ,lef- frrson .Ipffrry Dry. fiS:', Mnurir-e. Prtr Ri'imlian. f'rlu.-mlsville. sruiiu AI. Mrs. Lillian .Minson. Vrnice. l.inosl TV>|p. TViu Mrs. .Inrtith Hnillrv. R»xHnfl. \VilliMin Dwypr. Rt. 1. Knsl Alton. Arthur K<mlrr. !>2S Alt-.n. Brrnard (irrpory. Shipman. Mrs Ixvila linusrnan. Hamburg. Mrs Irpnr Bell. Kdwardsville. PaniPl Bradshaw. West Alton. Vincent Davis. 933 Tremnnt. ,T;:mPS r>rnton. Hartford. Frrd Foster. Orafton. Shirloy Grnhlr. Kast Alton. Mrs Ruby Ciaddy. 940 Tonsor. Aibrrt Hint on. 132 Missouri. Mr*. Bovprly Hirks, Cottage Hills. Miss Brptida Ingram. 2932 \\ prpps Lrvi Mahcr. Rt 1. Brighton. Mrs HP!PII Miirtin. 717 Sixth. Mrs Mary MpKrnna. East Alton Miss Deh'ra Parrot t. Grafton. Mrs. Rhode Peterson. Kdvvards- Mrs Mary Sims. 600 Mitchell. firs: Nelrose Shive. 422 Spring. Mrs. Rosalip Thomas. 130 Atkinson. Rrhin Vlery. fi04 Condit. Mrs. Anna Williams. 1911 Gross. Milton Yehling. Ed\vardsville. JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Joseph Snider. Hardin. Ernpst Powell, .lerspyville. Mrs Raymond Timpe. Medora. ' DISMISSALS Mrs. \Vm. Watson, Piasa. Harry Gihson. Jerseyville. Fred' Bnllard. Jerseyville. Hoaard Wine-hell, Ficldon. Georpe Campbell. Jerseyville. ST. ANTHONY'S MKDICAL Chris Johnson. 223 Lampert. Mrs. Mary Miller. 2716 Residence. DISMISSALS Mrs. Dorothy Kittrell. 2408 Mills Daniel L. Varble. Rt. 1, Car- roIJton. Mrs. Ada Daniels. 433 E. Main. East Alton. Mrs. LaVern Highsmith. Cottage Hills. ALTON MEMORIAL MEDICAL William Henry. 504 Brookside. Mrs. Lena Luck. 317 Maurice. Paul Young, Ro.xana. Howard Allen. Wood River. Mrs. Erma Mowery, Hartford. St'ROICAL Mrs. Nadine Briggs, Bethalto. Clifford McManis. 2401 Birch. Darrell Grace, Edvvardsville. Mrs. Estella Greding, Rt. 2, Godfrey. Teresa Boehm. Edwardsville. DISMISSALS Connie Robinson, Cottage Hills. Wanda DeSherlia. Batchtown. Wm. Harvey, 3514 Coronado. Guy Bailey. Godfrey. William Inman, East Alton. Cioyd Kennedy. 1116 Fourth. Mrs. Edna King. 313 Oak. Lester Martin. East Alton. Mrs. Jean Giesuw. Godfrey. Judy Couch. East Alton. Mrs. Helen Travis. Kast Alton, Mrs. Doris Snider. Bethalfo. Mrs. Esther Dickerson, Ed- uardsville. Mrs. Mayme Kittinger, 3320 Loren Lane. Mrs. Lucille Mayford, Wood River. W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Mrs. Helen Rice, 570 Second. Mrs. Maude Jones. Hartford. Fred Hickerson, Roxana. Debra Sparks, Rt. 2, Edwardsville. Mrs. Verna DeVous. 217 Wash ington, Last Alton. Ronald Rodgers, 128 Bond, East Alton. George Louvier, 608 Washington, East Alton. SURGICAL Mrs. Dorothy Holloway. Godfre> Miss Patrillia Farrand, 479 State Aid Rd. . Lester Las bury. 90 Jennings. Disne J. Marmino, 426 Short. Ros\\p)l Null. Moro. Mrs Arln Williams. Cottage Hills. Mrs. Ellin Brooks. Cottatro Hills. Tirry Williams. 226 MfClure. Alton. Ixiuie Troutuinp South Roxarm. Larry Johnson, South Roxana. Mrs Marcpnl Lambert. Rt. 1-. Shipman. Mrs. Loola Strpbpnson. 12ii Vir- tory. Kast Alton. Vernon Fisbrr. 220 Bond. East Alton. Lt. Angel Cited For Completing Training Course Alton Police Lt. L. Lamoinc 'Angel was presented H pert If ic- latf- of award by City Manager Graham W. Wnlt Wednesday night nl City Council inretiiiK for rer'ognllion nf rom|>lrlinn. •on his own, of a course in {Municipal Pnlire Adininistra- jtion. (Six month period. However, Lt. ! Ordinarily said Watt, the. An gel took his vacation time and :police department in the pastjhis own money and completed 'has had a training programfthe course in a matter of weeks. that established training actlvl-l Watt said that the course in- tics. Also the Fire Depart mentis! motor reported that Lt. An- has had a program of training gel's work in the course was ifor its supervisory employes, (far above average. Lt. Angel enrolled at his ; The course, designed for eom- n\vn expense in this course in mand officers whose job is io :MunicH>a1 Police Administration |plan, direct and appraise the •which is given by the Institute!work subordinate officers, dealt tin Training in Municipal Ad- with some of the following pro- ministration. The course ordin- blrms: police organization, pol- arlly is taken over a four to-ice management, personnel management, crime Investigation, control, traffic supervision, communications and re. cords, and police relations with the public. Councilman Jerome Spring' man offered his congratulations to Angel on the training. Coun cllman Clyde Wiseman suggested that commendation "for devotion to duty in interest In career" to given Angel. Districts Board Prexy < Resigns Post A reorganization of the board was necessary as Welch was president prior to hts resignation. Lowell Jenkins was elected pres* Ident and Robert Dilliard secretary. Superintendent Carl Summers BUNKER HILL - The Board | reported on the school buses and lof Education of Community Unit. 9 * 8 !* al runs had been „,.... . „ District 8 accepted the Although a slave state. Delaware did not secede from the Union in the Civil War. and a list of trouble arras in the , roads and private lanes whirh tion of Edward Welch at their I should be amended will br given regular meeting this week. to the road commissioner. Bus drivers will also be needed, he Lylburn Cagle was appointed to fill the vacancy until the next election. said. A chemistry laboratory to ai icommodate sixteen student! ll» | he installed Immediately. WO* for oil and coal for the wmmt year are to be plfced Vf VM superintendent. ^ It WHS determined that fl policy br established that no ruHkJftfc* paid to any other school district for students in our district tt- lending other school districts. The bills for the month checked, and the* bills Mid lar payroll were allowed. In Kenya. Kast Africa, a game .license to shoot elephants I $200; to shoot lions $70. Macuupin Missionary Meeting at Hettick SH1PMAN - The Macoupir County Baptist Missionary So ciety held a quarterly meeting at Hettick Baptist Church Tues day A potluck dinner was serv ed at noon. Mrs. Vernon Doughty fron' the Harmony church led the morning devotions and Mrs Earl She It on from the same church served as accompanist Mrs. Albert Richardson also at tended from the Harmony church. Miss Hazel Perrine. Mrs. Mil dred Crocker and the Rev. Cleo 'Arm attended from the Piasa Baptist Church. Mrs.. Marcus Snedekcr and Adeline repre sented the Centerville church. New UaughU-r SH1P.MAN Mr and Mrs Rollo Cami'ron are the parents ol a daughter born Monday a 1 St. Francis Hospital in Litch field. She has been namec Sharon Lynn. .Mrs. Cameron is the former Miss lyjis Travers Their othei 1 thn-c- children are Lois Ann. 11: Carla Jane 7 and Jack. 2. Mr and Mrs. Ev erptt Travers are thp maternu grandparents. Khlpmaii N'otfn SHIPMAN Mr. and Mrs Wayne Winsladi- and family re turned Tuesday from a vaca tion at Rock-A-Way Beach in Missouri. Mrs. Doris Cochran and daughter of Hettick are visiting thin week with Mr. and Mrs William Dankenbring. Miss Linda Morehead ii> at tending Beulah Church camp at Kldorado thin, vveek with a gallon from the Banker Hill Melhodisl Church. Th< wctlijuif and Caribbean horx'yiiKiuji \u>i«»t j aboaiti tlv royal yac'lit Bniamua ul Antony Junes cufct utj^i SJSJ.UUO. These LOW PRICES on ^ gH| 2Days Friday Saturday! Terms.. No Money Down! Buy Any Refrigerator You Need At These LOW, LOW Prices! Tell the Credit Man These Are The Terms You Want! IF YOU WISH To Make a Down Payment, Terms Can Be Made Even Lower! 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