Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 28, 1960
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THURSDAY, JULY 28,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE Hospital Notes ST. ANTHONY'S MfctllCAt, John Biggersfnff. 4500 C.n\\?t;e. George Dndfton, St. Hinrlps, Mo. Lloyd Smith, Hethnlto. Mrs. Kntherine Teachout, 830 McPherson. Marbelln Saundpr, Hnrtford. Mrs. Alicp Avrry, Cottage HIHs. Benedict Stumpf, Rt. 2, Godfrey JIRSIY COMMUNITY MEDtCAl, t/)\vell Cox, Jerseyville. Mrs. Henry Mildred, .Terseyville. Mrs. Morris Briggs, Jerseyville. Mrs. Jack Wock, Jerseyvflle. Mrs. Robert Malloy, Jerseyvllle Mrs. Charles Huff, Jerseyville. Mrs. E. Whlttlpman, Jerseyvllle. Mrs. Ed. Taylor, Jerspyvllle Mrs. Joseph Dplp, Fleldon. Mrs, William Smith. Jerseyville. W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Robert Stephens, Rt. 1, Bethalto Mrs. Joan Turnbeaugh, 653 First Mrs. Verda Treece, 2224 Alby, Alton. Marlinda Whitehead, Rt. 1, Godfrey. Mrs. Anna Lawson, 719 Park Dr., Alton. SURGICAL Mrs. Haw! Koehne, Bethalto. Claude Thurmtm, 1160 Beaumont, Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Barbara Sealock, 650 Bowman, Kast Alton. Harold Hard, Rt. 1, Alton. Mrs. Patricia Abbolt, S. Roxana. Donald M. Cappel, 444 Florida, Kast Alton. Sally Navillr, 80") State. Karl W. Tvvente, South Roxana. Charles Gaortnrr, 250 Herbert. Mrs. Clnra Gerl, 110 Acton. Mrs. Mary Borror, 255 Madison. ST. JOSEPH'S MKD1CAL Mrs. Strlla Dumforri. 91 8 Brown. Kdwarrl Schul/, 3219 Agnes. Miss Barbara p'owler, Rt. 1, Jersevvillf. .Too Sharp Jr., 1816 Belle. hdward Noble, Rt. 2, Godfrey. SMUilCAL Mrs. Albert Bartels, Rt. 1, Edward sville. Mrs. Helen Hodge, 1112 Ninth Mrs. Cora Kberhart, Rt. 1, Edwardsvilln. Mr«. Edith Knos, U'10 Rook Spring ---•«--• Mr*. Helen Reif, R. 3, Carrollton Scott Freshour, 364 Kennedy, East Alton. Thomas Mill. 2907 Edgew-ood. James A. Martin, 477 State Aid Rd., Wood River. Mrs. Catherine Wright, White Hall. Jerry L. Lipe, 628 Valley Dr., Kn'st Alton. Mrs. Jean Greene, 68 Harnett, Wood River. Mrs. Darlene H. Watts, 1504 Maupin. msMiMALa Mrs. Dorothy Ashury, Wood River. Mrs. Mary Amrnons. 1200 Belle. Mrs. Betty Boermaster, Hartford Mrs. Margie Cunningham, 3442 Meridocia. Mrs Muriel Brumitt, Edwardsville. Jeff Case, 617 Leonard. John Schaefer, Ferguson. Mo. William Dwyer, Rt. 1, K. Alton. Paul Gross, 2610 Brown. Mrs. Ann Krepel. 1130 Central. Mrs. Norma Lawson, 908 Hawley Miss Sherl Meszaros, 256 Herbert. Vincent Peebles. Godfrey. Mrs. Mardnll Pillow. Edwardsville. Michael Pointer, Tampa, Fla. Mrs. Peggy Puent, 3527 Hoover Mrs. Melrose Shive, 422 Soring. Michel! Slack Jr., 915 Belle. Richard Voorhees. Godfrey. Mrs. Dorothy Whalen, E. Alton. Mrs. Jeanette Wintjen, Godfrey ALTON MEMORIAL SURGICAL Mrs. Kathryn Gardner, Wood River. Miss Margaret Droste, Mill Springs. Mrs. Gertrude Kress. Batchtown Mrs.-Edith Nelst»n, Wood River Miss Elaine Hopper, 1310 Milton William Matthews, 423 Foulds. Theodore Edwards, 2112 Hickory John Thompson. 2302 Mills. Mrs. Arione Rlnnkenship. 270?, Sanforcl. Mrs. Mavajo Taylor. Roxana. fliSMJSHALK Merrill Hanson, Alton. Theodore Pearson, 2421 Brnwn. Charles Milford. 2217 Judson. Alvin Lawson. 506 State. John Cannon. 934 McKinley. James Narup, Golden Eagle. Morrison Skinner. Jerseyville. Frank Peich, Edwardsvllle. Mrs Jeanette Schlldroth, East Alton. Kane 4-H trader Attends Camp KANE — Fred Robinson, Junior leader of the Kane Busy Beaver 4-H Club, attended Boys Leadership Camp at Montlcello, III., for a week. Kates KANE — Mr. and Mrs. J. iH. Wehrly Jr. and family, and | Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Robinson land family attended thp Southern Illinois Black and White Show Monday at Greenville. I Peter Wehrly. who spent the | past week in Chicago with his I grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mendendorp, has returned : home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Watson. | St. Louis, Mrs. Dee Burch. Alton, and Mr. and Mi's. Leo Carr, Jalappa, were guests Sunday at the George Milner home. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Loeffler and children, Belleville, were guests Sunday of Mr. and | Mrs. Otto Plummer, Margaret iAnn and Karen Ixx-ffler remained for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harry DeShasier Mrs. Helpn Smith, Moro. Mrs. Laura Kwing, 614 Blair. Rebecca Slater. 212 Tenth Mrs. Ilene Phillips, Bethalto. and family and John Cox and family went to Florence Sunday; for a plonk 1 dinner. Billy Witt. Peoria, is spending this week with his grandparpnts. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlton and Mrs. W. P. Witt A surprise birthday party was given for Mrs. Ross Reynolds. Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs T. A. Hark, Mrs. T. P. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hark. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reynolds, .Timmie Hurley, Mr. and Mrs. Claud" Reynolds. Wayne Brooks and Robert Guilander Jr., rrturned home Sunday after several days in Carbondale. Kane Notes KANE — Dr. Mildred Silver, English professor of McKendree College. Lebanon, visited the first of the week with Miss Agnes Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hawk had as supper guests Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Simmons of La- Fayctte, La., Mr. and Mrs. Fred ; Mowrey and Mr. and Mrs. Cb.'irles Brown. ! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Packard and children, Bart and Vicky, of North Branch, III., were gupsts Monday of Mr. and |Mrs. Clifford Gary. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Woolsey arriv-i ed home Wednesday from a west-: em and southern trip of two weeks. They were accompanied 1 home by Mr. and Mrs. Oman Vandersand who have been in Phoenix, Ariz., for six months. Mrs. Harry Varble returned home from LaPuente, Calif, Monday after spending the past winter with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shane and family attended funeral rites Tuesday for his father, Stanley T. Shane, at Gubser Funeral Home, Jerseyville. Mrs. W. P. Witt and Mrt. James Allen spent Monday with relatives in Carlinville. Robert Reynolds underwent surgery Tuesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. Thp Kametha Class of the Methodist Church will have an ice cream social Aug. 6. Shoe Sale! Accent & Vitality Dress Shoes Hi and Mid heels, Regular to 14.99. These shoes are our entire stock of spring and summer shoes . • Miss Constance & Marva Dress Shoes Selected from our regular stock of bright and colorful shoes for summer wear . 3 COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE DR. A. G. SCHWARTZ (OPTOMETRIST) 1104 Milton Rood (AcroM from Fire Station) Phone HO 5-2221 Friday • a.m. to • p m. Houri: Dally t a.m. to 5:30 p.m.. Wednesday I a.m. to 12 Noon Special! Special! Women's and Children's Utrilon "Amigos" Play Shoes Regularly to 2.98 1 87 Entire Stock Women's Summer Wedges and Flats Values to 9.99 Extra .'Extra!Extra! Odds 'n Ends Children's Canvas Women's Dress Shoes Values to 12.99 I "Buy Now---No Payment Until October 1st" Special purchase! f WINTER COATS and coat sets lor girls 3-6x, 7-14 MADE TO SELL FOR 29.95 18.88 after Sept. 1st these coats will be priced at 22.98 Precious Princes* style. Inset velvet trim collar, back belt. 7 to 14. (2) Imported wool fabric from Italy. Warm pile lining, complete with wool scarf. 7 to 14. Pur cellar, ombre plaid, to tilled back, pockets. 7 to 14. 14) Princess front coat set. Inlet velvet trim collar. Green or red check in sixes 3 to 6x. (5) Furry pUt lintd coot itt. Intro* trim coptJtt cottar, tag. Ion style sleeve. 3 to ex. • <*s USE OUR EASY CREDIT PLAN! NO MONEY DOWN! TAKE UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY! 104 W. Third St. Alton 11U 5-HK51 ALTON PLA2A — NORTH ALTON WILSHIRE VILLAGE-DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVtR P. N. HIRSCH Feel the quality and the warmth . . . see the fashion, the beauty, the fine tailoring . . . compare the low, low price tags. You'll agree that these new fall coats are marvelous buys, indeed. Come in ... choose a coat you'll wear proudly. FULL LENGTH COATS $ 19.98 * 35*00 CAR COATS 5 15.98 '17.98 ABOUT OUR CONVENIENT All Stores Open Friday 7iJJ Nine CHARGE PLAN Nationally Advertised SPORTSWEAR HeguJar 55.99 and $6.99 * JAMA1CAS * PEDAL PUSHERS * SHORTS * BLOUSES 2.99 Regular 56.99 <o 570.99 * SKIRTS it SLIM JIMS * JACKETS ' 3.99

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