Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 19, 1963 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 19, 1963
Page 17
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN Hospital Notes St Joseph's , Mrs. Norma J. Champlin, 507 Goodfellow Mrs. Johanna Uber, Livingston Thurman Jefferson, 1387 Easton SURGICAL Mrs. Frances Intlhar, Staunton Mrs. Josephine Marmino, No. 6 W. Woodland Dr., East Alton Paul J. Hans, Godfrey Mrs. Clara E. Kirkwood, 507 Hamilton, Bunker Hill Mrs. Alice M. Sexton, 311 Glover St. Edward G. Wieneke, Edwardsville Mrs. Eleanor P. Scwarz, Jerseyville Miss Janice Herrmann, Edwardsville Leroy Ducommun, 329 McGinnis DISMISSALS Miss Shirley Admire, 302 S. Prairie, Bethalto Michael Bridges, 219 Harriet Mrs. Dixie Cavasher, 111 Coronado Dr. Mrs. Teresa Herman, Bethalto Mrs. Doris Neealy, 2300 Locust Fred Pittman, Edwardsville Mrs. Ethel Sanders, 1142 Long Mrs. Dorothy Vach, 241 Dooley Loren Ward, 797 Park Drive Mrs. Sandra Wheeler, 1133 Garden St. Mrs. Yvonne Wiseman, 604 Wood River Ave., East Alton Mrs. Elizabeth Mosby, Grafton Harold Medford, San Bernardino, California Mrs. Carol Case, 1212 Virginia St., Bethalto Alton Memorial MEDICAL Mrs. Chris Moore, 1501 Rogers John Chontolfalsky, 1130 East Sixxth St. Mrs. Lillie White, 'Godfrey Clarence Hay, Wood River Phillip Maquire, Roxxana Linda Travella, Cottage Hills Michael Brimer, Wood River Jeahette Baldwin, East Alton' StfliOtcAL Mrs. Bernadette Sturitz, Godfrey Mary Wilson. Piasa Gary Parish, 3253 Hawthorne Charles Woodfall, 3415 Badley Ronnie Brooks, Jerseyville Jeff Bowman, 1213 Florence Karen Patterson, 2405 Ebbeler Mrs. Mary Solomon, Wood River Mrs. Lucille Alford, Edwardsville Richard Woods, 1701 Wilson Miss Carol Hughes, Bethalto Billie Fairless, East Alton Mrs. Juanita Weigler, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. Lucille Watsek, Moro' Mrs. Mildred Jones, 3052 Paul St. Paul Andrew, St. Ann, Mo. Mrs. Sandy Jones, 292 E. 6th St. Brenda Sue Cochran, 3709 Berkeley Mrs. Martha Fry, 2128 Seminary Robert Gray, Jerseyville Mrs. Paula Bradley, Elsa Miss Georgia Lasater, Hardin Marcia Vanburen, West Alton, Mo. Terri Stephenson, East Alton David Wolf, Cottage Hills Kerry Scoggins, 493 Westerholt Fred Schoenewey, Roxana Herbert Cope, 3516 Wickenhauser St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Mary A. Solt, 1249 W. 9th Street Harry E. Dubbelde, 240 14th Street, Wood River Delmar 0. Hug, 714 North Buchanan, Edwardsville Mrs. Beatrice Galloway, 1108 Milnor Street Mrs. Loretta T. Kuebrich, Medora •eorge P. Yates, Edwardsville Mrs. Mariemma Cannon, 925 McPherson Mrs. Mary L. Goode, 2010 Clawson St. Nancy M. Genutis, 1315 Rixon Know The SEE OUR AD IN THURSDAY'S PAPER! Miller's Department Store MONTICELLO PLAZA, GODFREY American Everest Climbers Returning NEW DELHI, India (AP)-Ten members of the American Everest expedition left New Delhi for Europe today on their way home. They were accompanied by five Sherpa mountaineers and the Nepr ali liaison officer who served with the expedition. Miss Sharon Surgeon, Hardin DISMISSALS Mrs. Agnes M. Huntsman, 412% Chamberlain Mrs. Lois GJ Dupy, 1005 Rozier Jersey Community MEDICAL Kentner Rice, Jerseyville Ruben Stumpf, Batchtown Mrs. Ellen Herring, Jerseyville SURGICAL Steven Geisler, Jerseyville Debra Freshour, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. Charles Towell, Grafton Michael Snyder, Jerseyville Roger Beiermann, Jerseyville Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Maria Mikloski, 1914 Washington Ave. SURGICAL Paul E. Seehausen, 49 N. Lincoln Ave., Cottage Hills Ronald Mullins, 330 Edwardsville Ave, Wood River Ralph A. Bai^horn, Jr., Godfrey Thomas M. Barnhorn, Godfrey Medford H. Frazier, Godfrey Becky Lou Yates, 67 Dell St., East Alton DISMISSALS Tony D. Stassi, 347 E. Haller Dr., East Alton Mrs. Cora F. Jennings, Panama, 111. Gloria Ellen Durbin, 412 S. Ninth St., Wood River Christopher Mark Durbin, 412 S. Ninth St., Wood River Clinton L. Middleton, East Alton Miss Jeanette M. Howard, Til Condit St., Wood River Donna Jean Tarrant, Rte. 1, Alton V i c k i Marlene Browning, 507 Wooti River Ave., East Alton OrvilR. Oglesby, 109 Wood River Ave., East Alton Charles David Moore, 219 S. Prairie St., Bethalto Mrs. Peggy J. Moran, Cottage Hills EDWARDSVILLE - The 51st season of the Edwardsville Municipal Band will begin Thursday at 8 p.m. in the City Park with the first of 10 summer concerts. The concert for the first week of July will be presented either Saturday or Sunday evening, July 6 of ?, because of the Fourth of July holiday. The band has played three previous performances this year, Memorial Day at Woodlawn Cemetery, The Little League parade and the Jaycee Miss Edwardsville parade. Cleaon Etz korn is director. Program for the first concert will be: theme, "Muny Band Presents" followed by introductory remarksby Jim Boyle; "Herbert L. Clark's Triumphal March;" "The Banana Boat Song," "Bav- ber of Seville" overture; "The "Barnum and Bailey's Favorite March;" intermission; "Colonel Bogey" march; "Highlights 'from "Do-Re-Mi," includings "It's Legitimate," "Cry Like the Wind," "All you Need is a Quarter," and "Make Someone Happy," "Don't Forbid Me;" "Irish Salute;" "A N i g h t in June;" "Blue Hawaii" and "The Black Horse Troop" march. The concession stand for the $3.98 Men's-Boy's Super Grade BASKETBALL OXFORDS Boy's 11 to Men's 12 $166 1 98c PLASTIC; 12-QUART PAILS 24 C Sensational! COTTON STITCHED BRAS 98c Girl's Ladies' BLOUSES 98e Bag of 4 PLASTIC 98c Boy's-Girl's , SHORT 5/C SETS. THONGS! • Kid's • Ladies'. *********** $3.98-$2.98 'M Ladies' DRESSES ONE GROUP $000 98c White PILLOW CASES Sold In Pairs Only! Me 2 ALL SIZES! SUPER DISCOUNT CENTER OPEN EVERY DAY-9 A,M. TO 9 P.M. College & Washington-Upper Alton Edwardsville Muny Band to Open 51st Season Thursday first concert will be operated by Apha Delta Kappa, sorority Or- ;anizations wishing to operate the stand at future concerts should onlract the band secretary treasurer A. C. Richardson. The band boardn appointed by Mayor Raymond 0. Rogers, consists ofG Charles Caulk, chairman; Cleaon Etzkorn, director- personnel manager; Calvin Hofeditz, librarian and assistant di- Kane KANE — Jean and Susan Wehr!y. Rebecca Prough and Alice Marshall went to Jerseyville Monday night to participate in a piano recital given by pupils of Mis. Ted Ringhausen. Mr. and Mrs. Don Decker, Mrs. William Reif and Mrs. H. F. Freeh were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett St. Peter's in Alton. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Abbott, rector; A. C Richardson, Russell C. Solomon, Damon Summers and William Volma. Benny Ray Abbott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Abbott and Miss Melody Flamm went to Tecumseh, Mo,, Tuesday for a vacation. The Kane Democratic Women's Club will be hostess to the Greene bounty Democratic W omen's Club Thursday evening at the Kane Community Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Harry DeShasier ard family, Rickey Guilander, VIrs. Henry Roetye and daughter, Vlarie, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brinker in Jacksonville. Mrs. Ira Wilson has returned lome from Boyd Memorial Hos- M - "\ MILLERS' MUTUAL. mi Homeowner's ONFl Po ^ \^/ L 1 JLX/ "PROTECTION PACKAGE' All essential coverages are wrapped Up In one simple contract. In addition to the usual package plan discount, MILLERS' MUTUAL cur- No rently pays 15% in dividends. Membership Phone today for complete Information! Gene MILLERS' MUTUAL OF ILLINOIS INSURANCE HO 5-5551 After 5 p.m. pital in Carrollton. The Kane Unit of the Greene County Homemakers Extension Unit will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. George Cray. The major lesson will be given by Mrs. S. F. Wehrly and the minor lesson will be given by Mrs. Curtiss Pregler. The word "mausoleum" derives from the great marble tomb of Mausolus, King of Caris in Asia Minor. It was built about 325 B.C. and was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. 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