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FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Hospital Notes PORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Red Lull St. Anthony's Mrs. Loin Graham, 309 Mndl- son, Wood illver, Mrs. Lnurnlee Greene, .terseyville Nancy Burns, 121(5 Diamond. DISMISSAL Mrs, Kate Smith, Edwardsville. bate Davis, East Alton. Oswald Roussonu, 1700 State. Jerry Murphy Jr., East. Alton. Clnud Sturglll, file. 1, More. Mrs. Opal Molloy, 1003 Fifth. Jersey Community MEDICAL H nrry Miller, Jcrseyville. Orion Lane, Fieldon. Mrs. Wyilam Parke, Mnrdln. DISMISSALS Mnrsha Ford, Jerseyvllle. Martin Ford, Jerseyvllle. StllWiOAL Mrs. Robert Tonsor, Jersoyvllle. Hheuben Slumpf, Batchtown. Mrs. Harriet Rlchey, JcrBeyville. Alton Memorial Mrs. Josephine Spann, 3148 Belle. SURGICAL Roy Stalp, 263 Dooley. Stove Nuughton, Godfrey. Mrs. Arleta Holladay, Enst Alton Mrs. Ida Foster, Etmt Alton. Mrs. Jean Shearburn, 3612 McArthur. Vondal Wood, 833 Chontenu. Mrs. Bessie Lnwson, 2206 Judson Mrs. Lena Rust, Bunker Hill. Mr.s. Mary Redman, Belhalto. Mnnln Hartman, While Mall. Mrs. Allene Hatcher, East Alton Chester Dycus, 2719 Palmer. Mrs. Mamie Mauley, Sluunton. Rolla Richeson, Granite City. Gordon Hughes, Roxana. Frank Nlco, Livingston. Danny Waldron, East Alton. Waldo Derry, Alton. DISMISSALS Brenda Kennedy, 1124 Seller. Mrs. Lucille Cooper, Kane. Mrs. Lorraine Stagner, S. Roxana Mrs. Christine Costello, Greenfield. Dr. Paul Fischer, 3012 Edwards. Mrs. Minnie Tchoukalelf, 1211 Washington. Mrs. Betty Borders, 301 Harriett Mrs. Madeline Rhodes, Roxana. Herbert Rhoades, 2813 North. Mrs. Suzanne Murray, Godfrey. Mrs. Dorothy Hodge, GraJfton. Mrs. Loretta Petrl, St. Louis. Ernest Dial, Wood River. Miss Margaret Benson, Washington Apartments. Beauron Hastings, Godfrey. Mrs. Jessie Leathern, 1001 Ninth flarvey Sheets, Wood River. Mrs. Evelyn Hand, 625 Leonard. Carl Reynolds, Edwardsville. Mrs. Sally Cooper, St. Louis. William Johnson, 510 Miller. Mr*. Velma MeClintock, 1220 Douglas. Mrs. Pearl Heepke, Edwardsville Mrs. Roberta Stewart, 4 W. 16lh. Seraldlne Grable, 2318 Crawford. Donald Doak, 4814 Wickmor, Londell Stewart, 6 W. 16th Wood River Township MEDICAL Karen Dudley, South Roxnna. Clnud Thilrman, 1160 Beaumont. Albert Williams, 103 Main. Frank Price, Collage Hills. Larry Pilger, 1457 Ladd. stmntoAL Larry and Susan Hutchens, 158 Airline Drive, East Alton. Danny Unlerbrlnk, Racine, WIs. Jlmmie While, Granite City. DISMISSALS Rose Jamison, Cottage Hills. Joyce Mondy, 3203 Edgewood. Mrs. Ophelia Smith, Cottage Hills Valinda Bnnton, 259 Jennings. Mrs. Leona Hargrave, Hartford. Mrs. Evelyn Hntten, 606 Stowell. Barbara Foster, Rte. 1, Alton. Mrs. Dahlia Callcndar, Collage Mills. Ernest Coleman, 842 Lewis. Mrs. Effle Mnmm, 151 Acton. St. .Joseph's MEDICAL Joseph Fischer, 1114 Douglas. Mrs. Wanda Frazier, 201 Bellwood, East Alton. Roberl Riggins, 200 McCasland, Enst Alton. Mrs, Lydia Yenne, Edwardsvillp Mr.s. Marilyn Pope, 171.1 Washington. SUKOIOAL Edwin Howell, Godfrey. Mark Mossman, 2109 Lawton. Dennis O'Brien, Carrollton. George Deal, Edwardsville. Mrs. Mable Hydron, Edwardsville Mrs. Bernice Gregory, Cottage Hills. William Engelmann, 3517 Aber deen. John Baker, 509 Oak Drive, Eas: Alton. Mrs. Mable Henry, 2729 View land. DISMISSALS Robert Evans, Hartford. Cynthia Everage, 1609 Piasa. Donald Hayes, 2649 Seminary. Mrs. Doris Jones, 1717 Piasa. Zelmar Lumpkin, 929 Tonsor. Sandra Miller, Godfrey. Charles and George Mitchell 1420 E. Fourth. "You know, Alice, I've never felt the same toward Marge ever since she gave me that calorie counter for my birthday." CuiTolllon Couple To Observe Dale CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs Clarence Johnlsee, who were married 17 years ago today will be honored at a family dinner at their home Saturday evening. The occasion will also celebrate the birthday of Robert Carmody ol LaPorle, Inrl., seven-year-old grandson of the Johnisec's. Present will be Mrs. C. J. Johnson and children of LuPorte; Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Johnlsne of Glenn Ellyn; Mrs. Esla Kane, Mrs. Prudence Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Portwood of Carrolllon, and Mr. and Mrs, Jack Crane ami son of Belleville. Tour St. Louis CARROLLTON — Mrs. Kenneth Byland, Miss Kaye Welch and Miss Diane Camden represented the WSCS of the Methodist Church in a chartered bus tour of St. Louis Wednesday sponsored, by the WSCS of the Jacksonville District. The group visited the Leslie Bates David Neighborhood House, the Kingdom House, Shaws Garden and the Planltarium and the Epworth School for Girls. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Wednesday as medical patients were Virgil Monroe, 3231 Oakwood. Miss Karen Redman, Hartford Mrs. Patricia Saale, West Alton Miss Eizabeth Shaughnessy, 2609 Hillcrest. Miss Elsie Sloan, Edwardsville David Vice, 804 Sixth. Robert Whitmore, 3155 Seminary viecquo Woolsey and Wesley C 'Roger" Dart- both of Carrollton Admitted Thursday as medical pa lients were Mrs. Cora Darr of Carrollton and Miss Patricia Ann Witt ol Eldred. Dismissed Wednesday were Miss Judith Ann Bushnell, Orville Ed wards and Marion Bell all of Car roll ton. CnrrolKon Not«j» CARROLLTON — Kenneth Rob inson, a Kane, farmer who hai boon home from Barnes Hosplta for a few days where he had undergone surgery, re-entered the hospital Thursday morning. Mrs. A. A. Pantaleo n.nd son Gary.and daughter, Dolores, let Wednesday for their home in Kej West, Fla., after spending a weel here with her father, Elmer Gar rison and Mrs. Elmer Garrison Mrs. C. J. Johnson and children will return to their home in La Porte, Ind. the last of the week after a visit, here with Mrs. John son's father, Clarence Johnisee and Mrs. Johnisee. 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