Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 24, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 24, 1963
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IF: must >•»" ,*< ! Hospital Notes Alton MfetMOAL . Eva Gilreath, Hartfcrd. W,H, ftdlifflah, 1200. Rodemeyef Mfos. Jessie Leather, looi Ninth AWiuP Cooke, Godfrey. Mfs. Natalie Peat, East Alton. SURGICAL Mfs, Maflefle Fowler, 3402 Gill Jife. Eva Billow, East Alton. B&irott Hastings, Godfrey. Mrs. Marjorie Klug, 2712 Brown Mfe. Christine Costello, Green Afield, Kenneth Dbtielsoti, 2208 Rodgers Mrs. Mary Reynolds, Carrollton Mrs, Minnie Tchoukaleff, 121: t;;Washittgtoii. L6tiie Carter, Carrollton. Edward Johnson, Godfrey. '> DISMISSALS Mrs. Florence Cox, Godfrey. Mi's. Geraldlne Martin, Rte. 1. Minnie Bean, 2210 'Washington Alfred Maynard, 360 McGinnis Ja6kson McClure, Carrollton. Mi's. Fem Davis, Blinker Hill. Lee J. Bracken, Wood River. Mrs. Hazel Floyd, 1824 Kennedy Brenda Northcutt, 2710 Residence Lee A. Taylor, 2116 Mills. Jamie Aldrich, 423 George. Alan Brady, Kane. Mrs. Ruby Jones, 3155 Lawn. Mrs. Claryce Mohava, E. Alton Airs. Rosalie Blair, 5203 Wickway Mrs. Barbara Wood, Edwards ;• ville. Curtis Brown, East Alton. Evans Hughes, Grafton. liiinnie Segar, Granite City. David Lawrence, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Dora Hilmes, Hartford. Mrs. Edward Hollis, Edwards';.;. ville. Robert Welch, Wood River. Mrs. Donna Streeper, 306 Hoff• meister. Mrs. Maude Walker, 819 Grove. 1028 St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mrs. Louise Rasmussen, Fifth. Daniel Ewing, 1016 Highland. Donald Hayes, 2649 Seminary. Gus Walter, 1216 W. Ninth. David Vice, 804 E. Sixth. Lawrence Womack, 2300 Clark. Albert Wagner, 3116 Paul. . Mrs. Gladys Jolnes, 1900 Piasa. Mrs. Edley Dugan, 609 Main. SURGICAL Mrs. Dorothy Coates, Roxana. Mrs. Fannie Albright, S. Roxana. Mrs. Marjorie Sampson, Edwardsville. Mrs. Vera Fertile, 204 Cardot, East Alton. Finley Teasley, 932 Cedar Dr., Wood River. Mrs. Helen Miessner, Godfrey. DISMISSALS Mrs. Janet Caldwell, 1015 Highland. , , . Mrs. Rose Cimaglia, 813 E. Fifth. Mrs. Mary Daily, 610 Edmond. J. B. Gater, 909 Rock. Mrs. Genevieve Grove, Godfreq, Herman Haynes, South Roxana Mrs. Charlotte Hoormann, Wood River. Mrs. Mabel Hughart, East Alton. Mrs. Shirley Maves, Edwardsville Mrs. Ilia Miller, Bethalto. Mrs. Virginia Nowaski, Roxana. Mrs. Marlene,. Obringer, Rte. 1, East Alton. J. Herbert Peel, 2205 Alby. Alfred Pitts, 2309 Humbert. Mrs. Patricia Rodgers, 2417 Sanford. Mrs. Colleen Starkey, Roxana. Mrs. Janet Terpening, 1312 Alby. Mrs. Harriett Tucker, Cottage Hills. Gregory Ventress, East Alton. Mrs. Lee Viernum, 321 Eighth. Mrs. Jennie Wagenblast, Rte. 1, Jerseyville. Christopher West, 2208 Marquette Mrs. Patricia Aldrich, Wood River. Mrs. Grace Boerner, Rosewood Heights. Mrs. Betty Burnett, Lincoln Gardens. Albert Calame, 3807 Western. Rte. 1 Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs, Robert Zipprich, Jerseyville. Mrs. Mary Miles, Fieldon. Mrs. Clyde Yocom, Jerseyville. Mrs. Calvin Utterback, Dow. SURGICAL Michael Allen, Jerseyville. Mrs. Harriet Richey,, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. George Farmer, Brighton. Mrs. Nettie Bouchard, Jerseyville Cottrtick. Mrs. Mary Monari, Collage Hills Mrs. Amanda 1 Williams, 1113 Un ion. Tom bixoii, 6l9 Clay. David Droste, Rte. 1, Godfrey. DISMISSALS diaries Carter, Godfrey. Minnie Vonnahfnen, 1045 Danforth Mrs. Kuniguilda Wittnian, God frey. Michael BorrowmaH, East Alton Mrs. Clella Terry, East Alton. John Schoeberle, Florissant, M6 Loretta Wall, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Mildred Price, Jerseyville Peter Voumard, 2413 Judson. Jerry Middendorf, 2103 Ridge. Wood River Township MEDICAL Joyce Mondy, 3203 Edgewood. Charles West, 229 Acton. Mrs. Gussie Bruce, Cottage Hills SURGICAL Beverly Latham, Roxana. DISMISSALS Glenard E. Wikoff, 1323 Lewis. Ralph Howard, 447 Prospect. Melvin Johnson, South Roxana Miss Betty Copeland, Hartford. William Gares, East Alton. Gaetano Ceppenati, Bethalto. Mrs. Dora Padgett, Sturgis, Ky Mrs. Ruby Chamberlain, Cottage Hills. Two Grafton Women Mark Birthdays GRAFTON — Mrs. Helen Brownhill and Mrs. Bert Shelton shared birthday honors Saturday evening at a potluck dinner at the 1 Watson Boat Dock. Thirty friends and relatives .vere in attendance. • Mrs. Brownhill is 80 years old oday and Mrs. Shelton will observe her anniversary July 25. On Dean's List GRAFTON — Mrs. Blanche Montgomery has received word hat her son, Willis, has been named to the dean's list at SIU at Carbondale for the final quar- er of school. To receive this honor a stu- lent must maintain a 4.25 point above average. Willis is at- ending summer school a( Carbondale. Home From Hospital GRAFTON — Mrs. Grace Pit- enger, who underwent surgery at the Alton Memorial Hospital uly 10, returned to her home unday. On Vacation GRAFTON — Mrs. Amelia 'orbes accompanied by her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner of St. Louis left today for Florida vhere they will vacation. Attend Funeral GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hibbs went to St. Louis Wednesday where they attended funeral services for Mrs. Hibbs sister-in-law, Mrs. Leo Tannet ti, and her 9-year : old niece, Joan Lang, who were killed Saturday night when struck by an automo- jile when crossing the street. Grafton Notes GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Jharles Rosenthal, who were called here by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Martin Arnold last veek have returned to their lome in East Peoria. Edward Amburg, who has )een a medical patient at St. Anthony's Hospital in Alton, re- urned to his home Sunday. Mrs. Lillian Purdy and daughter, Louise, moved'' last week rom their residence on Clinton Street to their new home in Alton. Band Concert Set Aug. 10 at Moro MORO — Dates for the band concert sponsored by the Moro Women's Community Club has Deen set for Aug. 10 at the Moro Park, it was announced today. Corn and Soybeans Are Week Ahead in Illinois Soybeans and corn are developing about a week ahead of schedule in Illinois, according to the State Cooperative Crop Reporting Service. Corn is averaging about 5V6 feet tall — almost a foot taller than average. Approximately three- fifths of the crop has fassled. The reporting service said that although this year's crop is running ahead of the average, it is two to three days behind a year ago. About 40 per cent of the soybean acreage has started setting pods, with only about 10 per cent left to start blooming. The harvest of oats is making good progress in spite of frequent delays by rain. The service report that combining is a little over three-fourths completed and is also about a week ahead of average. Carlinville To Get New Water Line CARLINVILLE — Materials and equipment for construction of the water f line from the water plant to the city limits started to arrive Tuesday. The contract had jeen awarded Peerless Service Co. of Andover. The low bid was $64,713.60 while the original esti- nate of the project called for 590,000. Work on the new line will be started south of the bridge in order that the part in that area be completed before the dead- ine for road oiling in that section. The same road is traveled .by ichool buses and must be completed by school time. One of the three .bidders was ust $1,000 higher than Peerless Service Co. Shipment to Oil Streets In September SHIPMAN — The village board of trustees has awarded a contract to the Piasa Fuel Oil Co. :or 4,000 gallons of road oil. Plans are now being made to oil the streets here early in September. At 4-H Camp SHIPMAN — Several local girls are attending 4-H camp at Jacksonville Lake this week. Miss Terry Mills of the Sunbeams Club is serving as a counselor. Representing the Pia'sa Busy Bees are: Sandra Duncan and Vickie Blotna; Sunbeam Club, Judy McAfee and Jane Lister; Har- monetts Club, Janet Cox; 49'er lub, Donna Johnson, Renee Foile Club, Donna Johnson, Renee Foiles, arid Sharon Krause. Eddie Baker of the 49|er club is also at :amp this week. Home Unit to Meet SHIPMAN — The Piasa Homemakers Extension group will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. Floyd Darr with Mrs. Walter Schaefer as co-hostess. The major lesson on "Fat Controlled Cooking" will be given by Mrs. Albert Golike ,and Mrs. Don Gwillim. "Caeser Salad" will be demonstrated by Mrs. Howard Reno. Members of the Busy Bees 4-H Club are invited. Shipninn Notes SHIPMAN — Mayor J. J. Laffey visited in St. Louis Sunday >vith his brother, Michael Laffey. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Duncan visited Sunday in Alhambra with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ramsey. MOSCOW — Russia plans to ship fertilizer to Egypt and Iraq, St. Anthony's MEDICAL Arthur Jackson, 1231 Brown. Samuel Canham, Rte. 1, Bethalto Marion Sapp, Rte, 2, East Alton. Mrs. Louise Ballard, Jerseyville. Lunsford, 603 Leonard. Florence Austin, 208 Grand, ; East Alton. Mrs, Leona Stumpf, Brussels. Mrs.'Ida Gold, 2601 Grandview. Mrs. Hazel Douglas, 3000 Me- WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE! 8:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Daily also Open on Friday Nights until 9 FEDDERS Air Conditioners Frpm "Carton to Cooling" in 77 Seconds! WE HAVE AU MODELS IN STOCK READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION! Budget Priced from,,, PHONE HO 5-4205 $10 DOWN~$10 MONTH UffHI SHIRS k\ Rtor of Stf9-5.00 i, Broadway Hospital Union Elects Officers Officers of the Slate, Coutity, and Municipal Local 124 Employe? of the Alton State Hospital have taken office. installed Saturday were George Dueshane,' president; Halberl Reed, vice president; Mrs. Rus sell Gill, secretary; Mrs. Lee Gill, treasurer; Mrs. Mary Wai! Mrs. Evelyn O'Neal, and Cameroi ohnston, executive board; Charles Norton, Andrew Buescher, anc Mrs, Dorothy Patterson, trustees Installing officer was Jack Mackenzie, international representative. Other international representatives were William Oliver, Curtis Cowan and Robert Frazier. tiiftmt Buttled in Hot Water Bath Gross 10-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gross of Brighton received first and second degree burns oil her feet and upper legs when she turned on the hot water as her mother was preparing to give her a bath She was treated for burns at SI. Joseph's Hospital Tuesday ev ening. FLAVOR CATS GO FOR... ALL CHICKEN A StRONQHEART PRODUCT State High School Press Group Will Meet hi Fall URBANA 111. - The 1963 convention of the Illinois State High School Press Assn. will be held Sept. 13-14 at the University of Illinois, 1SHSPA Director Glenn Hanson has announced. The ISHgPA's 43rd annual meeting continues the longest unbroken series '0{ annual scholastic press meetings In the tin! ted States Malison said the program will include four short courses — a series of lectures, demonstrations and assignments — to give staffs six hours of related instruction Hi advertising, photography, news- writing and yearbook deslgtt. TOO MANY BILLS? II you are unable to pay your payments, debit, or bllU when due, arrange payments you can now afford re* gardlesi of how much or how many you o v we, ONE PLACE TO PAY NOT A LOAN COMPANY * See or Call ' : ALTON BUDGET PLAN B Bonded and Licensed. • 309 RIDGE PHONE HO 8-2011 the convention also will Wcftfde two convocation speakers, exhibits, a wide choice 61 divisional meetings Bri all phases of ptibll- callons, a dancd attd shriw, faculty buffet, iSHSPA election results and awarding of the Illinois,Assn. of Teactfefis of Key. 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