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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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FRIDAY, JUNE ?, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Hospital Notes • St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Marian Whitamore, 2750a Hillcrest. Miss deida Chappee, Hartford. Miss Reglna Drexelius, Rte: 1, Bethalto. Mrs. Dolen Thomasson, 2406 Powhatan. Mrs. Fannie Blakemore, 1918 Worden. DISMISSALS Julius Seibold, Wood River. . Paul J. Benecke, 2703 Walnut. Mrs. Iva Gibbs, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Pearl Nelson, Rte. 1, Moro. Mrs. Martha Nance, 1918 Plasa. Mrs. Mercedes Jordan, 2115 College. Mrs. Helen Glassbrenner, 1802 Woodland. Robert Garvey, East Alton. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Harold Mason, Rte. 1, Alton. Miss Marlene Kusmanoff, 76 Harnett, Wood River. Miss Theresa Ukena, 1819 Crest. Anthony Horn, 836 Pearl. SURGICAL, Mrs. Bernlce Gregory, Cottage Hills. David Totten, 2308 Judson. Robert Eefler, 1012 W. Ninth. Anthony Marin, 218 McClure. James Poore, Kampsville. Mrs. Marlene Sadler, West Alton. Mrs. Pauline McDonough, Roxana. Mrs. Angelina Massa, Edwards vffle. Mrs. Patsy Weber, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Wm. Borchwardt, Edwardsville. Mrs. Edna Brown, 3057 Alby. Miss Deborah Crader, East Alton Mrs. Carol Geison, 2216 Judson. iMrs. Emma Graham, Edwardsville. Lewis Hancock, 3709 Western. Judge Michael Kinney, 1220 Rock Spring Terrace. Mrs. Magdalene Knowles, 920% E. Seventh. Mrs. Sadie Kruckeberg, E. Alton. John Leitner, Edwardsville. Mrs. Margaret Metzger, Edwardsville. Valentine Miller, Edwardsville. Mrs. Barbara Patlon, Bethalto. Mrs. Melissa Peeler, Hardin. Mrs. Ida Rayburn, Edwardsville. Mrs. Betty Sanders, Godfrey. Mrs. Katherine Schuetz, 238 Maurice. Ralph Sullivan, Edwardsville. Elizabeth Velloff, 3412 California. Steven Michael, Bethalto. Miss Ethel Cannon, Godfrey. Timothy Holden, 3005 McCormick Alton Memorial MEDICAL William Harvey, 3514 Coronado George Lorsbach, Hardin. Jon Herreid, 3244 Hawthorne. Rev. Frank Marshall, Bethalto. Timothy Monroe, 3111 Allen. Bessie Bryant, 3640 Western. Theresa White, 3064 Belle. SURGICAL John Klunk, 1140 Long. Lewis Harris, 1002 College. Rea D. Owens, Godfrey. Mrs. Frances Michelson, Godfrey Jennifer Mattson, Godfrey. Ben Moore, 726 Euclid. Barbara Schroeder, East Alton Mrs. Sandra Agostini, Florissant Pamela Fraley, East Alton. Mrs. Rose Rolla, 839 McPherson Mrs. Kaye Longman, East Alton DISMISSALS Cordelia Douglas, East Alton. Louise Kirchner, Hardin. Kimberly Baldwin, East Alton. Edwin Boyd, 701 Grand. Lois Gerson, East Alton. Gladys Carter, 739 Market. Mrs. Elizabeth Richards, 181! Maple. Lawrence Springman, Jerseyville Mrs. Juanita Wells, Alton. Mrs. Eva Murphy, Elsah. Paul Hoemenn, Meppen. Mrs. Delores Gerdes, Jerseyvill Lesa Foutch, South Roxana. Michael Hewlett, 1335 Monroe. Wood River Township MEDICAL Charles Homer, Rte. 1, Alton. Mrs. Alice Richardson, Cottag Hills. 805 A\ss Frances Leather-wood, First, East Alton. Daniel Brooks, Bethalto. ilmer Graham, 543 Mildred. SURGICAL Steven Stanton, 144 S. Ninth. teven McDonough, Rte. 1, Moro. lichard Joiner Jr., 103 N. 13th. laymond Baker, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Doris Moore, 500 Washington, East Alton. ack E. Hert, 132 Whitelaw, East Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Virginia Zarantonello, 110 E. Acton. Carol Mitchell, Cottage Hills, tfrs. Mabel Ragusa, 3202 Batson. Mrs. Maude Jones, Hartford. .yndell W. Ewell, Cottage Hills, lebecca Reeder, East Alton. Mrs. Juanita Israel, Bethalto. Jersey Community MEDICAL eorge Gerbig, Brighton. )ean Cox, • Jerseyville. Mrs. Charles Mashburn, Jerseyville. Mrs. James Williams, Jerseyville Jeorge Mohrman, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Cara Waggoner, Grafton. 'ames Poore, Kampsville. Mrs. Ray Well, Jerseyville. Mrs. Keith Mundy, Jerseyville. Mrs. Fred Marshall, Grafton. Mrs. Virgil Denham, Jerseyville. lenry Held, Brussels. Miss Beryl Raines, Jerseyville. Mrs. Clara Spaulding, Jerseyville 'aul McDaniels, Jerseyville. David Loy, Medora. iVoodrow Robertson, Jerseyville. Kemper Homemakers Will Meet Monday MEDORA — The Kemper Homemakers Extension Unit will meet Monday for a luncheon held at the ?lack Hawk Restaurant in Jacksonville at 1 p.m. The major lesson, "Value of Public Health Service," will be given by Mrs. J. L. Tober. 'Your Responsibility To Your Community", is the minor lesson to be given by Mrs. Marie Turner. Rain During May MEDORA — Official weather observer, M. F. Dodge reported there was 4.57 inches of rain during .May. This is approximately .47 of an inch above the normal for the month. Dodge said that the rainfall is one and a half inches below the normal for the year. Surgical Patient FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "Honestly, Alice, I don't know what's come over Frank . . . yesterday he asked me if I thought he'd look good in a crew-cut, and last night he turned the electric blanket down to medium!" MEDORA — Mrs. Nelson Milner is a surgical patient at St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. Junior HomemaJkora MEDORA—The Junior Homemakers will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Sanders. Major lesson leaders will be Mrs. David McKee Jr., and Mrs. Russell Reno. Mrs. Kenneth Sanders will have the minor lesson. Medora Homemakers To Meet Monday MEDORA — Medora Homemakers Extension Unit will meet Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lester Prather. Major lesson leaders will be Mrs. Helen Klirnute and Mrs. James Selkirk. Mrs. Marie Turner will give a short feature. WSCS to Meet at Shipman Wednesday SHIPMAN — Shipman Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Wilbur Kahl. Mrs. Laverne Vanausdall will give the lesson on "What to Tell Your Children About Money." Hostesses, besides Mrs. Kahl, will be Mrs. Charles Challacombe and Mrs. Charles Skaggs. Crash Victun Is Moved to Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Richard Murray, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Murray of Jerseyville, who has been a patient at St. Francis Hospital in Litchfield following an auto accident near Wilsonville Saturday night, was transferred Wednesday to the Jersey Community Hospital. Murray was en route home from Benld when the accident occurred. He was thrown from the car when it rolled over after going out of control on a curve. The automobile had begun to burn when it was discovered by John Winters of Alton formerly of Jerseyvile who came along the highway. Seeing the ignition still on Winters began search for the driver and found Murray nearby and the latter was rushed to the Litchfield hospital. Winters had been with Murray earlier in the evening and recognized the car when he saw the wreckage. Murray suffered a basal skull fracture, deep laceration under the chin, fractured shoulder and chest injuries. The car was badly damaged and before it could be moved Sunday morning the spare tire and tools had been taken from the car. Murray is an employe of National Cash Register Company in Alton. Visit Cousin JERSEYVILLE — Dr. and Mrs Robert Terry of Nashville, Tenn. were guests Wednesday of the former's cousin, Miss Margare DeBaun. They were en route to St. Louis to attend the reunion o Dr. Terry's graduating class o Washington University Medica School. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. TIapek o Cape Girardeau, Mo., were also guests Wednesday of Miss De- Baun. Mrs. TIapek was formerly Miss Helen Hanes of Jerseyville. Parents ot Daughter JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gray of Godfrey have given he name Penny Yvonne to their nfant daughter born June 4 at 11:40 p.m. at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby is the first child of he couple and she weighed 7 pounds. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Sylvia McCauley and Mrs. Edna Iray of Jerseyville. Entertained Lodge JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cope and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rowden of Jerseyville were entertained at dinner Wednesday evening at Pere Marquette Lodge >y the Rowden's son and daugh- .er-in»law, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rowden, who are spending several days at the Lodge. Home From Hinsdale JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cope have returned from a few days visit with their daughter, Mrs. Doris Osmond at Hinsdale, 111. Mrs. Osbmond is music supervisor at the Hinsdale High School. Suspends Meetings JERSEYVILLE — The Delhi Community Club has suspended meetings for the summer months. The next meeting will be at the Delhi School on Sept. 5. At that time members will draw names of their Secret Pals for the coming year. Mrs Piasa Bible School Set SHIPMAN — Piasa Methodist Bible School is scheduled to be. gin on June 17 and continue ffir one week. Classes will be from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Altar Society SHIPMAN — St. Denis Altar Society met Tuesday and final plans were made for a chicken dinner and picnic sponsored annually by the church and Society on Fathers Day, June 16, with serving to be from 11:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. After the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Clarence Thomae, games were played and refreshments were served by Mrs. Harold Barnett and Mrs. Bernard Reed. July hostesses will be Mrs. Nell Connors and Mrs. Thomas Connors. Attend Wedding SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs, Harold Stampe have returned from Vincennes, Ind., where on Sunday evening they attendee the wedding of their nephew Dennis Stampe, and Miss Sue Elizabeth Greenlee. Stampe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Stampe. ROTTERDAM — Holland wil construct facilities for transshipment of liquid sulphur this year. John Taylor Jr. is president o the club. Delhi Unit To Meet JERSEYVILLE — The Delh Unit of the Homemakers Extension Service will meet at 1:30 p.m. June 18 in the Farm Bureau basement. Sixteen members and three guests attended the meeting Tuesday of the group Miss Bessie Plummer presented the minor lesson on "Insects Can Harm Your Family". The Low Calorie Refreshments" was presentee major lesson of by Mrs. John R. Walsh, assisted by the other members. Attends Graduation JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Otto Davenport went to Springfield Tuesday where they attended the graduation of their grandson, Thomas Joe McHenry. He has enrolled for the fall semester at the University of Illinois. Shipman Chapter of Eastern Stars Meets SHIPMAN — The local Order of Eastern Star met Wednesday ivening and invitations were •ead to a Twinkle Club meet- ng at Greenfield Country Club on June 27 with a potluck dinner. The monthly business class for officers will be held July 20 with a sack lunch at Brighton. The local worthy matron, Mrs. Coila Cairns, will be a guest at Gillespie on July 19. Refreshments were served to 17 members at Price Cafe by Mrs. Ellen Lynch, Mrs. Ebert Pointer, Mrs. Arthur Hurry and Mrs. Don Cravens. Home From School SHIPMAN — Tom Skaggs, student at Western Illinois University, is spending a two weeks vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skaggs, after which he will return to school for summer school. MORAL SUPPORT COLUMBUS. Ohio (AP) — From the Ohio AFL—CIO publication 'News and Views": "A new AA has been formed, known as Athletes Anonymouse. ATien you get an urge to go for a jO-mile hike, you go to your leighbor's house. He talks you out of it and then drives you home." Addresses WCTU In Upper Alton | Mrs. Chester Walker spoke on' i "Persecution and the Sign of the |Times" at the Upper Alton WCTU ! meeting in Peck Hall Thursday afternoon. It was announced at the meeting the state convention will he held Oct. 15 to 17 in Vandalia. 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