Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
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, JULV 18,1063 ALTON EVENING t >; ! J •?; f*> Dormeyer Mixer INCLUDED AT BIEDERMANS WITH THE PURCHASE OF EITHER OF THESE 7and 9 Piece Dinette Sets Gleaming Chrome 7-Piece Set with big 60" Extension Table The 36" wide top of the table is of miracle plastic that resists stains, heat and chipping to the nth degree! The 4 Chairs have plastic upholstered backs and foam-cushioned seats! All legs have self-levelers that never mar your floors! Dormeyer Mixer is included with purchase! As Low As $6 Month Bronze and Brass 9-Piece Set with giant 42x84" Tabie A Giant size set! Most sets have 4 Chairs: this one has 8! Most sets have lifetime plastic tops that are 30" wide and extend to 60" long! This one is a huge 42" wide and extends to a GIANT 84" long! Chairs are covered in wipe clean plastic and foam-cushioned! Dormeyer Mixer included! As Low As $6 Month i I I 5 We'll Give You a $20 Trade-In for your Old Mattress regardless of condition on a SERTA "VISTA" MATTRESS Advertised in Midwest for 49.88 Less Biedermans Trade-In 20.00 YOU PAY ONLY ! : ^w^fv'IkS Beds May Be Used Separately or Stack Them As Bunk Beds! Sleep "em Singly or Stack "em at Biedermans Terrific Low Price Why not Enjoy New, Blissful Sleeping Comfort? This mattress has more than the usual number of innersprings to give you firm, healthful sleep! More than the usual amount of cotton-felt padding, have special insulator layer between springs and padding to prevent future sagging and lumping! Plus side vents to let mattress breathe, handles for turning! Combine it with its own matching Box Spring, you get a perfect sleep set for better sleeping now! Choose in Full or Twin Size at Bieaermans and get the Big $20 Trade-In for your old set! 7-Piece Early American Maple Flexible YOUTH ROOM GROUP ivith Mat, Stain and Scratch Resista?it Plastic Everywhere I Matching Box Spring, with Trade-in 2988 ^*/.Wi? * 2 Bookcase Beds * Ladder * Guardrail * Bachelor Chest * Corner Desk * Bookcase The Big News about this Group is there's Plastic Everywhere so it's practically indestructible! Has genuine high-pressure laminated plastic tops and plasticized finished fronts and sides! Uniform height and depth for really functional use (you can create your own room arrangements). Sturdily constructed to take active youngsters use! You Pay Only *88 As Low As $6 Month Bedding Extra ""* * **"*'****' «**-** >* ^^^a^^ * ••;•••: • ;.,;...•. •/.v^.-.- • •-; • •.•.-, •rywwvww'y^^ ••:-•• .-V v. (ViwwfrtfMvhwwiwtawvtvb OPEN EVERY NIGHT * 200 MILES FREE DELIVERY BROADWAY and PIASA ALTON, ILLINOIS Hospital, Notes St. Joseph's MtetttcAL Miss Wanda Blckell, ftte. 2* fed- wardsvllle. Addington Mines, South Roxam Albert Calame, 3807 Western. Mrs. Wanda Wrestler, Jennings. Lloyd Wyman, Rte. 1, Brighton. Mrs. Helen Gibbs, 224 S: 13th, Wood ftlver. SURGICAL Miss Jerls Hughes, 413 Oak Dr., East Alton. Mrs. Cecelia Clawson, Edwardsville. Mrs. Dolores Parish, 1110 Douglas Andrew Venhaus, 720 fi, Sixth. DISMISSALS Mrs. Phyllis Beiittel, Brighton. Mrs. Cynthia Cleveland, Jerseyville. Robert Damon, 1900 Liberty. Walter Fahrig, 517 Cherry. Ira Sutphin, Charleston, W. Va. Dean Redman, Godfrey. Mrs. Leola Graham, Godfrey. Lcland King, East Alton. Mrs. Carolyn LaTempt, Wood River. Mrs. Margaret Leonard, Godfrey Mrs. Beverly Mathis, 329 Dry. Ernest E. Ostendorf, Rte. 3, Edwardsville. Ted P;\hdc. 4108 Aberdeen. Walter Pancher, Eclwardsville. Mrs. Susan Rulon, 3008 Edwards Gary Sanner, Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. Melrose Shive, 422 Serlng. Miss Dorothy Sisco, 1118 Milton. Mrs. Betty Unterbrink, Roselle. Miss Grade Turner, East Alton. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Herman Kronable, Hardln. John Nolle Sr., Golden Eagle. Rheuben Stumpf, Batchtown. Henry Hendricks, Brussels. Mary Sue Updike, Jerseyville. Robert Updike, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. Lester Ontis, Medora. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Raymond Hamilton, 2206 Valley View Drive. Mrs. Clella Terry, 101 Cedar, East Alton. Mrs. Clementine Gater, 1305 Belle Mrs. Eva Holliday, Medora. DISMISSALS Mrs. Virginia Pittman, Bethalto. Mrs. Virginia Leutq, East Alton. Fred Schumacher, Alhambra. Mrs. Christeva Cook, Bethalto. Mrs. Connie Johnson, Hartford. Hollis West, East Alton. David A. Roe, 1814 Ervay. Alton Memorial MEDICAL John P. Jones, Wilsonville. Derryle Johnson, 2010 Booker. SURGICAL Leslie Metz, Brighton. Melvin Wiegand, Jerseyville. Werner Soltermann, Medora. Robert Hudson, Brighton. Bradley Bailey, Godfrey. Mrs. Florence Cox, Godfrey. Johnny Stevenson, Wood River. Billy Russell, Bethalto. Herbert Rhoades, 2813 North. Ralph Tonkinson, Godfrey. Mrs. Helen Huber, East Alton. Sherman Hefner, Jerseyville. Laura Evans, Cottage Hills. Michael Goebel, Dorsey. Merle Wenzel, 1232 Rodemeyer. DISMISSALS A. L. Cline, Godfrey. Calvin Reynolds Jr., Wilsonville. Jimmie Grover, 2401 Central. Fred Schneider, Jerseyville. Kenneth Barton, East Alton. James Cunningham, Medora. Mrs. Flora Hedge, Bethalto. Mrs. Minnie Stewart, 1718 Market Mrs. Margaret Elaine, 852 Chouteau. Gerald Diserens, 1913 Burling. Mrs. Nellie Farris, Hartford. Mrs. Hazel Shanks, Alton. Ileber Brannon, East Alton. Joseph Curdie, 1910 Park. Lamkin Brown, East Alton. John Hayes, East Alton. Mrs. Helen Frye, 2823 Residence Mrs. Eva Hunter, Jerseyville. Gregory Covington, 1102 Fourth. Mrs. JoAnn Greenwood, 2123 College. Wood River Township IMKDICAL Mrs. Helen Clore, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Louetta Lippard, West Alton, Mo. Robert Wylie, 739 Lincoln. Arthur Gusewelle, Rte. 2, East Alton. SURGICAL Mrs. Opal Holstine, Bunker Hill. Michael Johnson, 427 East Drive, East Alton. DISMISSALS Gaetnno Ceppenatl, Bethalto. Andrew Moeller, 3531 Franor. Mrs. Bette Stanley, 3520 Fullcrton Ronald Evans, East Alton. Cordell Hoots, East Alton. Mrs. Rose Luecht, 1130 Seller. Alfred Gnlltty, East Alton. Lorelta McCormick, Hartford. Mayor's Frog TakenFroniYard 0 {G raftonHome JERSEYVILLE - Sheriff Paul Miller was culled to Grufton Tuesday to investigate u series of nets committed by vunduls. Street signs were damaged and u lurgu frog fashioned (rom concrete which stood on the lawn at the residence of Mayor John Cannon of the city was stolon, Miller reported the frog was found later In H ditch. IN Low PEKING — The normal monthly ration of meat given to Chliiew people now is 4 1 /* ounce* nu( I counting holiday

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