Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 4, 1960
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4,1960 AT.TON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-THREE Hospital Notes Btotevogel, historian; Mrs. Dor-jtatned with « birthday dimwrivto Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Alex-; Highland, Mr. and Mrs. Cltrrt othy Pieper, cttaplatti; Mrs. Jen-JStmday at tt* hotn* of Mr. and BUmb ' ALTON MIMOftlAL MEDICAL Mrs. Mable Hogue, St. Ambrose Dr. Wm. Deadrick, Chesterfield Mrs. Venetia Barton, 115 Indiana stmaicAL Mrs. Frances Oowlns, Cottage Hflls Gilmer Wyatt, 3524 Wickenhauser Mrs. Norms Swinford, Cottage Robert Curvey, 211 W. Delmar Mrs. Ethel Wade, Wood River Vern Watters, Hamburg Mrs. Florence Jackson, 1726 Maupifl Mrs. Alice CruU, Orafton DttMnSBD Larry Vlck, MOID William Taylor, 1703 Gawson Mrs. Margaret Haynes, Villa Tr. Nur. Home Cletus Sheff, Cottage Hills Rickey Cosgrove, Brighton Mrs. Vivian Blume, East Alton Mrs. Doris Enke, Shipman Mrs. Jane McElroy, 3404 Milton Dr. Asa Cope, Kane Mrs. Frances Gowins, Cottage Hills Miss Erma Vogel, 2401 Crawford Millard Johnson, Bunker Hill William Matthews, 423 Foulds Mrs. Shirley Dewey, 2644 Sidney Mrs. Lena Crosby, Wood River Mrs. Ada Hall, 3732 E. Doerr Mr*. Donna Sfraub, E. Alton ST. JOSEPH'S 8UROICAJ, James Kronable, Bethalto John E. Cox, Jerseyville Charles Stewart, Lincoln Mrs. Betty J. Wlliard, Edwardsville Robert G. Allen. Wood River » James M. Fitsgibbons Jr., Jer-; seyville Vernon Maul. 136 Dooley Mrs. Jewell Sparks, Wood Riven MEDICAL John Rot he. Roxana August A. Vollmer, Rt. 2, Godfrey ; George F. Holmes,1012 E. 4th Mrs. Hortense M. FortschneH der, Golden Eagle Mrs. Gertrude L. Gauntt, 2235; Brown Miss Mary J. Smith, South Rox-< ana Mrs. Myrtle Walker, East Alton Basil Gleason, 207 \V. 13th DISMISSALS Floyd Barton, 1721 Oakwood Arlie R. Bond, Edwardsville Larry Bussman, Rt. 2, Edwardsville Mrs. Hazel Calvert, East Alton Mrs. Molly Carpentar. 1912 Belle Harry Collins, 509 Mitchell Mrs. Clara B. Gerl, Wood River Mrs. Audry Goodwin, Godfrey Mrs. Josephine Greding, Godfrey Richard Harvey, Roxana ; Mrs. Marie Hayden, 913 E. 6th ; Mrs. Henriette Hoffstetter. Rt. 1, East Alton Mrs. Patricia Hosier, East Alton; Harold Johnson, Bethalto j Howard Jones, 1211 Alby Phillip Koclanes, Herrin ! Mrs. Betty L. Lackey, Roxana Gary L. Loy, Edwardsville Mrs. Sarabelle Reents, 2614, Bostwick : Mrs. Bernice Roberts, 316 Lin-, denwood ! Ray Smith, Wood River Mrs. Patricia Stewart, Edwards-; ville Mrs. Joan Strahan, Godfrey Erna R. Tosh, 2813 Residence ; Miss Christy Wilhold. Edwards-! ville ' Mrs. Pauline Zini, 2754 Semi-i nary . 1 ST. ANTHONY'S j MEDICAL Michael Hensler, 27 E. Elm ; Mrs. Dorothy Rogers, 2500 Kohl- Edmund C. Norton, 908 Langdon Mrs. Naomi Cannon, 835 Amherst, East Alton DISMISSALS George C. Dodson, St. Charles, Mo. Mrs. Mary Lehr Graham, 1266 State Mrs. Norma Johnson, At the conclusion of the meeting luncheon was served. Walshvtllr. ** 8fm8: !Mrs Fred Bmmbergw »t Reno, ander Roda* Jr., and family, the Misses Siaron, Linda and Dmrna vans, and family of Alton. Wurtwi ftwtwi formpr rrsrdent of Jones of •' one8 ' Woip d*rc Mr. and Mrs. WORDEN — Mrs. Kenneth Harry Durr, Mulberry • Grove, Blotevogpl was hostess to the Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Durr and memln-rs of her club at her W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Harley O. Hartman, Panama Mrs. Grace M. Singer, 3009 Glenwood, Alton Mrs. Verda M. Treece, 2224 Alby. Alton Mrs. Lenora L. Palmer, 810 Rice Mrs. Frances P. Gowins, Cottage Gregory L. Durbin, 412 Ninth Mrs. P. Lorraine Richards, 535 Lorena M. Harold Hord, Alton Tracy Jo Vander, Bethalto j 8UBGICAL Mrs. Amy C. Ketchum, Bethalto Miss Gloria J. Brown, Bethalto James M. Beasley, 851 Wood River DISMISSALS Miss Beverly Dian Garner, 229 Tenth Alex.Nagy, O'Fallon Larry Francis Batson, 855 East Lorena Mw. Carrie Nutter, Chicago. Terry Lee Anderson, Cottage Hills Mrs. Pearl Beatrice Pointer, 353 S. Twelfth Mrs. Mabel Laverne Pate, 2711 North, Alton Mrs. Mary Magdalen Holbeck, Cottage Hills JWSIY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Robert G'Sell, Jerseyville Kenneth Willis, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. Michael Kelley, Hardin Mw. Charles McCoy, Jerseyvil e Mw. James McDonald, Hard.n Mw. Mary Jane Miles, Fieldon Auxiliary at Worden Meets WORDEN — The August meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held Tuesday and of. fleers for the coming year were installed by Mrs. Lillian Phillips, installing officer. Installed were as follows: Mrs. Ulllan Blotevogel, president; Mrs. Sophia Wiesemann, 1st president; Mrs. Dorothea Blotevogel, %ui vice president; Mrs. Deloros Paube, treasurer; Mrs. Florence At lait count, there were 179,000 licensed amateur radio stations in the United and Mrs. Edgar Hering. Mrs. ClawHa Pulley of West Frankfort IS visiting Mr. and Donald Emrich and Walter Die Blotevogel have returned home visiting at for Sweeter Sap BURLINGTON, Vt. <AP> Worden. who was 79 years old. | daughter, Linda, Greenville, home Tuesday evening. Excell- WORDEN — Relatives enter- Present were: Mr. and Mrs. AI-IMrs. Juanita Durr and family, inir in names wen- Mrs. Floydivogel. after visiting at Estes Park, scientists at the University of Colo. ! Vermont succeed in a pro.iect The Misses Linda and Jo Aim j now in its third year. Vermont's of Lake Mary, Fla., are visiting Holtontpworth of Bethalto htve;suKar and syrup producini? m«- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Blote- returned home after a visit with I pies will yield sweeter and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knackstedt.'sweeter sap as the years go hv. Mrs. Kenneth Harpole. 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