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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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MONDAY, JUNE It, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Hospital Notes St. Joseph's MEDICAL Kenneth Abel, 1222 State. Lloyd Grace, 808 E. fourth. Richard Kennedy, Edwardsville. Manford Ruby, 204 AJben. Mrs. Ethel Pierce, 913 Willow, Wood River. Mrs. Sandra Wheeler, 1133 Garden. James Greer, 2509 Main. Mrs. Doris Neealy, 2300 Locust. Mrs. Conetta Biondolino, Hart- fofd. Mrs. Hone McPherson, 3409 Leo. Ralph Yackel, 816 E. Fifth. Joseph DiPiazzo, 2408 Broadway. Mrs. Adah Cope, 806 Alby. Mrs. Jewell Means, 437 Eighth. Walter Reis. 1113 Washington. Mrs. Lillie Armstrong, 221 Shaw. Ray L. Honican, Granite City. Mrs. Vesta Vice, 804 E. Sixth. Mrs. Zella Carpunky, Godfrey. SURGICAL Reid Chllders, Brighton. Eric Fetcher, Godfrey. Mrs. Yvonne Wiseman, 604 Wood River Ave., East Alton. Mrs. Thelma Watts, Jerseyville. Mrs. Evelyn Rothe, Bethalto. Marilyn Schroeder, 1216 Garden. LeHoy H. Gaines, 522 Old St. Louis Road, Wood River. DISMISSALS Thomas Andre, 3601 Coronado. Mrs. Sandra Bick, 3528 Aberdeen David Chism, South Roxana. Mrs. Carrie Guthrle. Edwardsville Mrs. Carolyn Holcomb, Wood River. Brice Morgan, Wood River. Mrs. Delores Perica, Godfrey. Mrs. Nellie Priest, Wood River. Mrs. Fay Reed, 768 Park Drice. Mrs. Patricia Stoner, 221 Harriet. Ralph Yackel, 816 E. Fifth. George Alexander, Dow. Mrs. Freida Basden, 2513 Delia, Mrs. Linda Carter, Jerseyville. Gary Campbell, Edwardsville. Mrs. Rosemary Chaney, Edwardsville. Mrs. Mary Chester, 805 Alton. George Class, 4017 Alby. Orville J. Davr, Bethalto. Mrs. Genevieve Eberhardt, Edwardsville. Roger Edwards, 2018 Salu. Daniel Ewing, 1016 Highland. Mrs. Esther Gebelein, S. Roxana. Mrs. Lola Green, Bethalto. William Johnson, Cottage Hills. William Kinsella, 1911 Worden. Art Maupin, Rte. 1, Alton. Mrs. Fannie Mitchell, 19 E. Ninth. Mrs.'Elsie Murray, 3244 Oakwood Mrs. Eleanor Pekich, Grafton. Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, 1218 Deneen Mrs. Mary Tungett, 3415 Oakwood Johnnie Ward, 1314 Garden. John Webber, Grafton. Roy West, 517 Belle.' Mrs. Barbara River. Woodall, Wood Alton Memorial MEDICAL Lena Gibson, 2811 Residence. Alma Riddick, 518 Sixth. Ruth McCormick, Brighton. Fay Schuette, Bethalto. Patsy Terpening, 2221 Belle. Daisy Wood, Shipman. Tamara Williams, 2600. Humbert. Charles Foster, East Alton. Sharon Jordan, 2600 Tulane. Frank Hill, 811 Chouteau. SURGICAL George Woelfel, Jerseyville. Marcia Van Buren, West Alton. Mrs. Helen Henke, Moro. Mrs. Lena Thomas, Jerseyville. Mrs. Mildred Silveus, East Alton. Henry Niedernhofer, 503 George. Georgia Lasater, Hardin. Mrs. Paula Bradley, Elsah. Brenda Cochran, 3709 Berkeley. Terri Stephenson, East Alton. Curtis Hancock, Cottage Hills. Raymond Adams, Dorsey. Mrs. TVIai-y Laster, Wood River. Edward Hofstetter, Wood River. Mrs. Elinor Connors, 1433 Cyprus Donald Jackson, 2910 Brown. Florence Webb, 1713 Feldwisch. Helen Schaumbert, 420 Carroll. DISMISSALS Mrs. Clarisse Hopkins, Godfrey. Mrs. Helen Haug, Brussels. Nancy Keltie, 3201 Oakwood. Rny Ward, St. Louis. Ernest Ervin, 527 Brookside. Donna Lambert, Cottage Hills. Robert Fecho, East Alton. Gregory Rich, 619 Leonard. Nick Barach, Wood River. William Breden, Jerseyville. Mrs. Flossie Henderson, 516 Mather. Daniel Hester, Moro. Mrs. Dorothy Stickels, Wood River. O'Neal Burks, Brighton. Mrs. Lucille Alford, Edwardsville Mrs. Jeanne Bourland, 1116 Quincy Court. Mrs. Geneva Baird, 926 Sixth. Glen Dalton, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Verna Kreitzer, 2300 Agnes Mrs. Juanita Bland, 1017 Elliott. Mrs. Lois Evans, 1916 Western. Mrs. Alvema Evans, Cottage Hills. Rollin Frye, 3500 Badley. Mrs. Gladys Oldham, East Alton John McCaul, Monroe, N. Y. Miss Lola Williams, Godfrey. Mrs. Mary Thomley, Joliet. Sandra Hester, Moro. Mrs. Shirley Gvillo, Alton. Lonnie Flamm, Grafton. Theresa White, 3064 Belle. George Lorsbach, Hardin. Lonnie Austin, 2830 Broadway. Larry Wieneke, East Alton. Deborah Wieneke, East Alton. Richard Schroeder, Godfrey. George Dippel, Wood River. Mary Scalise, Wood River. Richard Conger, 2436 Alby. Mrs Doris Becker, East Alton. Melody Lewis, Wood River. Everett Trousdale, 409 Vine. Mrs. Goldie Show, 3309 Mayfield Mrs. Gloria Daves, Bethalto. Mrs. Dorothy Lawrence, E. Alton Mrs. Judy Carpenter, Bunker Hill Mrs. Rosemary Schulmeister, 214 W. Elm. Alan Lara, 918 Willard. Joseph Primrose, Edwardsville. Mrs. Nell Beall, 2203 Virginia. Floyd HuHstutler, 904 Wallace. Jersey Community MEDICAL Charles Menzie, Jerseyville. Mrs. Jacob Gettings, Eldred. Mrs. Ralph Brangenberg, Kampa- vllle. William Medford, Hardin. Mrs. Mary Snider, Fieldon. Linda Long, Jerseyville. Mrs. Charles Towell, Grafton. Thomas Collins, Jerseyville. Mrs. Robert Malloy, Jerseyville. SURGICAL John Allen, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. Janet Mortland, Hardin. Mrs. John Chandler, Jerseyville. Mrs. Fred Walz, Jerseyville. Mrs. Thomas Martin, Jerseyville Mary Ann Kinder, Golden Eagle. Tom Collins, Jerseyville. Rhonda Gress, Hardin. Morris Dabbs, Grafton. Mrs. Clyde Myers, Jerseyville. Mrs. Carl Duncan, Grafton. Wood River Township MEDICAL Angelika Radcliff, 1137 Green St. Ralph Dunnagan, Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Pruella West, Cottage Hills Frederick Young, 620 Brookside. Mrs. Ruth Thallman, 402 Sotier. Miss Diana Disher, 405 Whilelaw. SURGICAL Gloria Durbin, 412 S. Ninth. Christopher Durbin, 412 S. Ninth. Rhonda Kesler, 923 E. Fifth, East Alton. Tony Stassi, 347 E. Haller, East Alton. Alberta Matyka, 264 S. Ninth. DISMISSALS Mrs. Beatrice Stevens, Hartford. Johnny Davis, East Alton. Donald Myers, East Alton. William Bridges, Bethalto. Walters Mapes, Roxana. Diana Greenwood, 2957 Hillcrest. Mrs. Irene McNeilly, Bethalto. Mrs. June Walker, East Alton. Mrs. Mabel Acord, 821 E. Lorena. Morrell Jacoby, Roxana. Harold Lambert, Carlinville. Francis Voiles, South Roxana. Deborah Frazier, Godfrey. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Evelyn Deuker, 2401 Willow Rita M. Corona, 632 E. 16th. Mrs. Albena Jones, Edwardsville Mrs. Mary Borror, 1279 W. 9th Mrs. Lucille Champion, Edwardsville. Chris J. Rabe, Godfrey. Mrs. Julia Lucker, Brighton. Mrs. Clara Bunse, 1110 Broadway Harold Frazier, 201 S. Bellwood East Alton. Mrs. Catherine Maguire, 1301 Clawson. DISMISSALS Mrs. Geraldine Thornton, 904 Danforth. Jeffery Nappier, Bethalto. Mrs. Mary Johnson, 915 Rock. Charles Cope, East Alton. Mrg. Delores Canter, 1114 Dan forth. Forty members of Local 3643 United Steelworkers of America vere honored at a banquet for re- irees of Laclede Steel Co. at Iteelworkers' Abel Hall Saturday light. Speakers included Paul Simon, state senator; Leland Kennedy, state representative, and Lloyd McBride, sub-district director of Mstrict 34 of the Steelworkers un- on. Retiring members honored in- ilude Chero Mormino, John Bias- oli, Lester R. Reed, Roscoe Mih- off, Wilbur Culp, Mike Mihoff, George Stanich, Ernest Blair, Joe Creswell, Charles Witzke, Lone Stewart, William Taylor, Luke Millitello, Aubrey Smith, John Heinkel, Bruce Kindig, Ed Cayce, Dave Brown, John Hawkins, Simon Worthy, Ed Slenker, Horace Napp, John W. Schlansker, Chares Champlin, George Beal, Doc Brown, Milton Love, G. Johnson, Trank Travis, George Goodman, Mrs/ Anna Bigler, 4500 College Mrs. Laura Jackson, Main Stree Nursing Home. Mrs. Martha Nance, 1918 Piasa Mrs. Maude Bennett, 3549 Ful lerton. William Urban, 832 Washington Paul Schneider, 3713 Horn. Mrs. Louise Hicks, Wood River Mrs. Rosalie Shaw, 1124 Milnor 40 Laclede Retirees Honored at Abel Hall Nurse Recruiter for Army to Be in Alton Major Mary E. Maher, U.S. Army Nurse Corps Counselor from Kansas City. Mo., will be Belvey Rhodes, Charles S e n z, available in the U.S. Army Re- J. Johnson. Edward Miller. Frankej cru j t j ng station. 214 State Street, SEASONAL MIXUP LAUREL, Iowa (Ufi) — The Rev. W. A. Spring is retiring as pastor of the Evangelical United Breth- AOAINST PVI.P1T PESSIMISM FORT MONROE, Va. (Wl) — "If we had loss pessimism in the Altonian Injured by Auto in E. St. Louis jpulpits and more faith in tnelmillion. EAST ST. LOUIS (AP> — Wil-ipo WS . the church would advance TAIPEI — Yearly mushroom exports from Formosa are now estimated to run as high as $10 ren Church. He will be succeeded bijrn stpvens 1020 Union st A i.;f aste r," Methodist Bishop W. Anby the Rev. W. B. Winter. ton. suffered leg. shoulder, and in-.gip Smith, of Oklahoma City, told tern a! injuries when he was,a meeting here. Koehne, Herb Yaeger, Ashley Marshall, Henry Baum, Otto Smith and William Rollins. Alton, on Tuesday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. graduate nurses or student nurs- U, nK , k by a car in thp 1700-block', es desiring information relative!of Missouri Avenue. East St. Lou-jStevens. 29. was taken to St. Mato educational and job oppor- is. shortly before midnight Sun-|ry's Hospital. East St. Louis. (unities in the U.S. Army Nurse,day. , \\heiT ho was reported in serious The session will be aimed at'Corps. Police said tho c;ir did not stop, condition. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE PHON6 OU 4-5001 RIGGI DRUG BETHALTO Rain Fosters Accidents at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — A rafjh of minor accidents "occurred irf Hie city Saturday in a three hour 1 ; per- od during a light rain, police reported. A 19-year-old Waterloo, 111. mother, Mrs. Jane Claus and her 3-month-old child, David Wayne Claus, were moved to Wood River Township Hospital in a Marks am bulance following one of the accidents involving three cars, police said. Mrs. Claus and her son were admitted for observation and released. A car driven by Orpha L. Wag ner, 48, of 408 Cherry St., Edwardsville, was stopped on Troy Road preparing to turn into^Third Avenue. A second car driven by Lawrence C. Claus, 23, of Water- oo stopped behind the Wagener A third car driven by Alvin W. Ermshausen, 47, of Edwardsville, collided with the rear of the Claus auto, pushing it into the rear o£ the Wagner car, police reported A fourth car that collided with the Ermshausen auto reportedly left the scene of the accident, police said. Ms. Claus and her son who were moved to the hospital were pas sengers in the car driven by Law rence Claus. , Merc Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH Here Is B pleasant way to overcome loose plate discomfort. FASTEETH, an Improved powder, sprinkled on upper and lower plates holds them firmer so that they feel more comfortable. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's alkaline (nonacid). Does not sour. Checks "plute odor breath". Get FASTEETH today at drug counters everywhere. MON.-TUI ,-WID.I Larst Fancy Michigan STRAWURRIES 3 BIG 'QUART $1 Aft BOXES * " WW Outstanding Quality! Finest ol the Seuaonl Georgia PEACHES H PECK BASKET Red Ripe and Sweet WATERMELONS PROM Golden Bantam SWEET CORN DOZ. 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