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August 7, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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EVENING WEDNESDAY* AtWttff Hospital Notes Allon Memorial MfctJtCAL Mrs. Lilllah Kehney, Godfrey. Jane Spencer 5003 Bedford. •James Thompson, Elsah. Lester filiyeu, 1122 Mlltbft Rd. Wayniail Harper, Dorsey. {"rank ttmvard, Brighton. Otto Bnnnmer, Bunker Hill. Russell Hamilton, East Alton. Norman Mohr, Carrollton. Granvllle detcher, 551 Highland Deborah Brown, 1215 Pine. George Horstman, 1824 Kennedy Joseph Brockman, 621 Liberty Donald Kirkpatrick, 420 Fourth. SUttGIOAL Mrs. Patricia Purcell, 3527 Berkeley. Wesley Graul, Alton. Mrs. Julia Champlin, 912 Willard Mrs, DeloreS Rider, Bethalto. Leonard Steffens, St. Louis. Dr. Frank Hunt, Medora. Mrs. Edna Thacker, 1820 Belle. George Goodin, Keysport. Mrs. Jean Bates, 20 W. Elm. Larry Sibley, Kampsville. DISMISSALS Clarence Scherba, Carlinville. Clifford Cruthis, Sorento. William R. Jones, 914 Brown. Clement Stone, East Alton. David Herring, 1202 Spaulding. Carl Reynolds, Edwardsville. Cathy Gillespie, Bethalto. Mrs. Carol Gettings, Grafton. Stephen Clarke, Ml. Vernon. Mrs. Donna Green, 3327 Franor. Robert Kinder, 2420 Sherwood. St. Anthony's MEDICAL George Crawford, 2212 Central. Mrs. Lucy Prough, Rte. 2, Car- roJJton. Mrs. Ida Rayburn, Edwardsville Mrs. Nina Waltrip, 209 Mounier. Debra Short, Cottage Hills: Mrs. Virginia Luly, Lincoln. Mary E. Boren, 2319 Tibbitt. Edward Joehl, 2424 Sanford. Charles Booker, South Roxana. Marion Keyser, 3759 Aberdeen. Mrs. Sonja Wyatt, Dow. DISMISSALS Harold Scates, 603 Sering. Mrs. Dorothy Wright, Roxana. Lloyd Kramer, Godfrey. Dorothy Blasingim, Wood River. Bennie Todaro, 2811 Broadway. Mrs. Ruth Evans, Hartford. Mrs. Agnes Miller, Godfrey. Mrs. Genevieve L. Grossheim 3628 Aberdeen. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mrs. Carolyn Ann Lemons, 1037 Madison, Wood River. Michael Burns, Rte. 2, Brighton. Tina Ellington, Edwardsville. Mrs. Nellie Petrokovich, Hartford Robert Foster, 433 Cobb, East Alton. John Parison, Caseyville. Charlie Richardson, 2301 Young. David Gibbons, 809 Main. Wayrte Bi-adshaW, 615 Emerald. SUUGtcAL Mrs. Dorothy Portwood, 204 Hollywood. Miss Janice Flackus, 3-118 Oak. Mrs. Lenora Aughenbaugh, 2130 State. Mrs. Teresa Vahle, Godfrey. Clarence Vogt, Rte. 1, Bethalto. Mrs. Marguerite Waters, Godfrey Mrs. Gloria' Zimmerman, 1357 Miland, Wood River. Mrs. Helen Wood, 244 Arbor. Mrs. Alice Strange, 416 Whitelaw, East Alton. Mrs. Grace Thomas, 1126 Central Vincent Caldwell, 97 Sullivan. Mrs. Nellie Chappell, 623 East Broadway. DISMISSALS Raymond Petruzza, 3868 Western. Paul Brenner, East Alton. Mrs. Frances Costanzo, Wood River. Edwnrd Cox, 2906 Shady PI. James Crawford, 2829 North. Mrs. Frances Dilkes, East Alton. Mrs. Roberta Graham, E. Alton. Mrs. Lula Hammoeck, 2741 Sanford. Mrs. Margaret MiRginbolham, Edwardsville. Phillip Hopley. Grafton. Hugh Knight. 1202 Joesting. Paul Nolan, Hartford. Mrs. Vera Fertile, East Alton. Mrs. Sally Ramage, HOG Milton. Miss Joyce Snyders, Batchtown. Vlrs. Betty Tonsor, Brighton. Albert Treichel, 923 Danforth. ?andy Wedderburn, East Alton. Mrs. Rose Youngblood, Bethalto. lenry Dinker, 2421 Kohler. Mrs. Carolyn River. Annual Band Concert At Moro Park Saturday Lemons, Wood Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Abbiegail Bilbruck, 833 Rice Horst K. H. Fischer, 913 Fifth, East Alton. Charlene Kay Grant, Piasa. Willard Wiseman, Rt. 2, Brighton Edward Paynter, 2809 Fernwood SURGICAL Mrs. Shirley Dublo, Cottage Hill: Judy/Kay Gifford, 274 Edwards Mrs. Gertrude Doolen, Bethalto DISMISSALS John P. Estes Jr., 305 Prospect, Alton. Mrs. Helen Redenbo, 3217 Duco. Mrs. Patricia Icide, Hartford. James W. Hughart, East .Alton. Mrs. Eleanor Williams, Rte. 1, East Alton. Raymond Clark Sr., East Alton. MORO — The annual band concert, sponsored by the Moro Woman's Community Club will be held at the Moro Park Saturday evening. The Fosterburg Band will play and local entertainment will appear during an intermission. There ivill bo rides and games for chll. tlren. Refreshments will be served, beginning at 3 p.m. Members of the ways and means committee in charge of the concert are Mrs.. Henry Zoelzer Jr., Mrs. Emmett Green, Mrs. Homer Klein and Mrs. Leslie Cooper. Guest I'reiu'lier MORO — The Rev. Charles Collison, pastor of Elm Street Presbyterian Church, Alton, will be guest minister at the local Presbyterian Church on Sunday at 10:50 a.m. Zoelzcr Reunion MORO — Eighty-one persons attended the annual Zoelzer family reunion Sunday at Memorial Park, Nokomis. The oldest person present was Mrs. Emma Ket- lekamp, 81, ot Nokomis. The youngest was Pamela, three- month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gvillo of Fosterburg. Orville Harris of Edwardsville was named the new president. George Kohlmiller, Moro, was chosen vice president, and Mrs. Henry Zoelzer, also of Moro, was named secretary-treasurer, Named Secretary MORO — Miss Elaine Helmkamp has • returned from Washington, D.C. where she attended the International Convention of the Lutheran Walther League. During the convention, Miss Helmkamp was elected Convention Recording Secretary for the next bi-annual convention at Squaw Valley, Calif. Moro Notes MORO — Robert DeWerff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin DeWerff, is home from Washington, D.C., where* he attended the Internation- al Walther League Convention of the Lutheran Churches. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dorsey, and son Samuel of Sioux City, Iowa spent several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dorsey last week. Former Doctor of the Yea! 4 Dies In OAK PARK. 111. VV.E. Cattiahatt, f&, of Mafcbmb, the 1961 "Illinois. Doctor 6f the Yeaf," died after surgery Tuesday in West Suburban Hospital. Carnahafi had practiced medicine 37 years. He entered the hospital July 29. Survivors include the widow, Lucy, and a son. DOLLAR DAY SHOE CLEARANCE THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY PAIR CANVAS Children's Shoes . . $1.00 Seamless Hose 2 pis. $1.00 CRAFT FACTORY OUTLET 315 BELLE ST. Downtown Alton Barlef I s Wilshire Village ShipmanCliib Tours Farms SHIPMAN — The 49er 4-H club had its annual project tour on Sunday. The club entertained members of their families at a potluck dinner at noon at Shipman Community Park. After a softball game, 53 persons toured the William ' Stouffee, Kenneth Schrier, Dale Maxwell, John Johnson, Larry Bray, Howard Stampe, George Krause Jr. and Quen- j tin Foiles farms. Missionary Union SHIPMAN — The Piasa Baptist j Women's Missionary Union had "Christmas in August" at a meeting at the church on Friday. The Girls Auxiliary and Sunbeams also met at the same time, with Mrs. Otis Simmons and Miss Muriel Schulthes in charge. Mrs. Howard Reno spoke on "Turning Away From the Truth of God." The devotions were given by Miss Hazel Perrine. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Helena Talley and Mrs. Harlan Cooksey. On Vacation SHIPMAN — The Rev. Donald DuRall and family will be on vacation from Aug. 5 to Aug. 19 from his pastorate of the local Methodist church. On Aug. 11 the Rev. John Attey, chaplain of Alton Memorial Hospital, will speak at the 10:45 a.m. worship service. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mrs. Gladys Schrier and Mrs. Florence Bilderbeck left Monday to attend a school of missions at McKendree College for W.S.C.S. members of Methodist Churches. Mrs. Schrier is president of the local organization. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Littlejohn of Nashville, Term., Miss Patricia Littlejohn and Tom Skaggs of Western Illinois University at Macomb spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skaggs. Miss Mary Landes, George Albert Kahl, Mr. and Mrs. George Kahl and son spent Saturday in Springfield and New Salem State Park. Gerald Kahl is spending s two weeks at Camp McCoy, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schoebe- man, Mr. and Mrs. Orllie Bouillon Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Schoeneman Mr. and Mrs, Joyce Hunt Jr., and children attended the Bouillon family reunion at Walton Park in ytchfield Sunday. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Virginia Miller, Jerseyville. John Dunn, Jerseyville. Mrs. Joseph Tonsor, Jerseyville. Mrs. Donald Rudolph, Grafton. Rheuben Stumpf, Batchtown. DISMISSALS Mrs. Maggie Alexander, Jerseyville. Mrs. Robert Kallal, Dow. Charles Timpe, Jerseyville. Mrs. Tillie Morrison, Fieldon. Miss Sonja Freand, Brussels. Mrs. Ovagene Ferris, Jerseyville Lona Sue Blackorby, Jerseyville. SUMMER CLEARANCE! • Selected Styles and Broken Sizes. SUITS—SPORT- COATS—HATS SPORTSH1RTS SHOES # W% Reduction THURSDAY EVENING, 6-9 P.M. AUG. 8 MonticeElo Piaza - Godfrey, YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR Aug. 30 GQDFRJ5Y — Godfrey makers Extension's family picni will be Aug. 20, a week later thai previously announced, it wlU be a Uw Standard Tpvch Club, p.m. THURSDAY, AUG. 8... 6 io 9 P.M. THURSDAY EVENING 6-9 P.M. AUG. 8 TEENAGE THERMO JAC PARTY MEET POPULAR DISC JOCKEY JIM BROWN From Radio Station WOKZ FREE Cokes FREE Records (Courtesy of WOKZ) Register For FREE Thermo- Jac Sportswear Outfit to be given away Thursday, 9 p.m. August 8th You may register anytime between now and 9 p.m. Thursday! MEET MISS Thermo-Jac of Paulene's BARBARA MAPLE SEE Live Teenage Models Wearing Thermo Jac Back to School Sportswear! Palomino Wrap Skirt 0.88 Shirt 6.88 Palomino Parka 10.08 Pants 0.08 THURSDAY EVENING AUQ, 8 — 6 p.m.-9 p.m. SUMMER DRESSES FLUTED BERRY DISH LIMIT ONE TO A CUSTOMER %n THURSDAY - ONE DAY ONLY OWNTOWN OLLAR SPONSORED DY DOWNTOWN ALTON. INC. ONE DAY ONLY SPONSORED BY DOWNTOWN ALTON, Inc. lTBll'! MEN'S • WASH ANKLETS • CLOTHS 3 - J l : 10 WORK • LADIES' GLOVES • PANTIES lee anne 317 BELLE ST. VALUES TO $3.99 ' Jamaicas * • Blouses J •T-Shirts • Beach Robes Sizes 10 to 16 and 32 to 44 /|j Only - /I lee anne 317 BELLE ST, VALUES TO 52,99 for $ t GIRL'S SWEATSHIRTS, BLOUSES AND SKIRTS • BAGS 53c Singly BROADCLOTH FLANNELETTE PRINTS SCHICK STAINLESS STEEL BLADES Double Edge 79c PKG. Kotex SANITARY NAPKINS Box of 12 BELLE ST. STORE ONLY ' r>Rtscri/pr/oN DRUG STOKES 12-Pc. 1847 Rogers TIDBIT SERVER $1.00 PASTRY SERVER $1.00 new "MORNING ROSE" pattern Community Silver plate. FOSTORIA GLASSWARE Saving, ol 20% To 50% Goulding's AI^ , 111 Years Jewelers in VH^ Downtown Alton Nil! Sears Roebuck & Co 4 "it' ' ». ! -V.:

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