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August 15, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGE MGttf EVENING f %' I 1 Hospital Notes Mrs. Frances Srnithsoti, 33d- wardsville Mrs. Alice Seels, Brighton Miss Bonnie Kramer, 117 Brentwood ftoss Steckin, Alharrtbra Mrs. Bessie Fox, Godfrey Mrs. Alia Butlry, 639 Olmstead Lonnie Smith, 2811 NoHJi SUKGICAL Joseph Stamper. Dow Mrs. Eunice Pine, 810 Roedale Vernon Schmidt, Alton Mrs. W. Marcella Grills, 111 Dooley Dr. Harold Zlrkelbach, 905 Rixon Richard Fielder, Vnndalla Charles Varblc, Eldred nisMissAus Lonnie Smith, 2811 North David Poe, East Alton Mrs. Bertie Isbell, 1629 Rodgers Mrs. ;Geschc Lotz, East Alton Norrnan Trowbridge, Godfi-ey Mrs. Doris Grant, 646 E. 5th James Diinnegan, 2523 Yeager Kenneth Paddock, 220.W. Elm Mrs. Florence Schneider, Bethalto Charles Glossup, Jerseyville Mrs. Nadine Allen, Bethalto David Nelson, 3805 Oscar Mrs. Carol Light, 1806 Crest Dr. Mrs. Claudette Pilger, 2922 Hillcrest Mrs. Martha Brandt, 5409 Humbert Mrs. Anita Nevlin, 1211 Henry Mrs. Opal Robinson, 528 Division Mrs. Cherie Kusmanoff, Wood River Mrs. Alta Hayes, East Alton Mrs, Bertha Mallory, Wood River Mrs. Anna Proctor, 4500 College Mrs. Eva Williams, Moro Simeon Stewart, Cottage Hills Wood River Township MEDICAL Dianna Lynn Mercer, 636 Broadway, East Alton Alfred Wright, Rte. 1, Dorsey Rickey Morgan, 601% Olmstead, Alton Mrs. Flossie Verl Kolk, 110 Ferguson, East Alton SURGICAL Mrs. Alma I. Duvall,: Cottage Hills Mrs. Lelah C. Depew, Bethalto Bobby John Miller Jr., Hartford Mrs. Haltie 1. Yaeger, Rte. 1, Bethalto Mrs. Rosertiary B. Corrigan, 446 Tipton George C. Cain, Hartford Debra Kay Grable, 232 E. Penning Evrett W. Richardson, Hartford Mrs. Gwendolyn E. Carroll, Cottage Hills Russell M. Owens, 310 Smith, East Alton Willard H. Wiseman, Rte. 2, Brighton Waller L. Blind, Moro Ricky Allen Pruitl, 3108 Trumble, Alton Kalherine Louise Clinton, Gil Reed Drive, Easl Alton St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mrs. Amanda McKee, Rte. 1, Bethallo Edward Jacobs, 26 Sullivan Dr. Dan Davis, 1207 Cooper Larry Summers, Rte. 1, Alton Mrs. Alia Lippincoll, Edwards vllle Hugh Gallagher, Edwardsville John Q. Adams, 1902 Marilla SUH01CAL Mrs. Ellen Doerr, 1101 Exchange Mrs. Mary Claylon, Bethalto Miss Sheila Rose, Hardin Patrick Gent, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Mrs. H. Joan Ahlemeyer, 3011 Forest Dr. Mrs. Alice Buggs, Edwardsville Ollie' Covington, 1637 Alby Mrs. Donna Dioneda, Granile Ci ty . Miss ,Tina Ellington, Edwardsville Mrs. Felicia Goeken, 2828 Brown Mrs. Beverly Gorman, Edwardsville T. Patrick Kane, 721 Berry Road, Wood River Mrs. Mercele McCollom, Florissant, Mo. Edmund Morrissey, Godfrey Mrs. Sandra Podner, 132 South Main, Wood River L. Charles Summers, Rte. 1, Brighton Miss Donna VanTassel, Rte. 3, Godfrey Joseph • Waller, 922 Founlain Mrs. Belly Wilhold, Edwardsville Mrs. Judy Willis, 2712 North Mrs. Helen Wood, 244 Arbor Dh. Mrs. Alta Allred, 709 Park Dr. Miss Arvella Cottingham, Godfrey Alois Klrchner, 112 Virginia, East Alton Frank Kuchnicki, 7l9 E. 5lh Mrs. Geraldine Miller, Rtn. 1, Edwardsville William Naeve, 307 Easl 7th St. Anthony'* MiCDlcAL Miss Vickie Sue Conley, 821 Douglas Mrs. Susan Barthl, Edwardsville Patrick .1. Harmon, 138 7th, Wood River Mrs. Eva L. Warner, 3109 Mis. sion Road Mrs. Edith Melvin. 325 Bowman. East Alton DISMISSAL Calvin Reynolds, 254 Edwards. Wood River Mrs. Barbara A. Anderson. South Roxana Mrs. Matlie M. Wright, Rte. 1, Godfrey Gilbert Hise. 2202 Mills Mrs. Cora F. Franklin, Rle. 1, Godfrey Jack Bohlman, Godfrey Jersey Community MEDICAL Flora Schlieper, Pearl James Reynolds, Jerse'yville Mrs. Robert Garland, Jerseyvllle SURGICAL Barbara Scoggins, Jorseyville Vali Long, Hardin Rebecca Bowman, Jnrscyville DISMISSALS Mrs. Robert Bray, Jcrseyvillo Mrs. Howard Marshall, Graf ton DISCOUNT! Special lot of Ladies' Shoes, values to $6.00 —all heels, all sizes, but not in all styles. Pair WESTERN" SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway ROBERT HALL IVIEN * »iast off a ! : : oh otir entire stock of . . ^| | c 2 nationalBy advertised ^ v |j TROPICAL Sorento® DACRON & WORSTED reduced to Tropic-Hair DACRON & RAYON reduced to l5tt) $ 20 comparable values *45 to '50 Sa,ve $ 12 comparable value 36.95 Frozen Peach Research at SIU Started CARBONDALE - A pilot project on processing and use of frozen peaches has been started by a Southern Illinois University home economist at the request of the National Peach and Illinois Fruit Councils. Mrs. Jan Harper, associate professor of food and nutrition, is investigating the effect ot various anti-browning agents on varieties ot peaches, varieties suitable for freezing, and methods of preparing frozen peach desserts for home and institutional use. Despite tlie Virtual dcstruclon of the Southern Illinois peach crop by the hard freezes of last winter, several area orchardists have been able to provide Mrs. Harper with sufficient quantities of home-grown fruit to permit starting the pilot study, she said. The Dave McGuire Orchard, the Ray Grammer Orchard and Eck- 6rt Orchards at« cooperating In the study. • Illinois normally t»reduces 4 tb 5 hundred thousand -btshels of pedches, three-fourths of which are grown In the southern third of the state. Abandonment of orchards in the past 10 to 15 years has reduced the state's prodiicllon from a peak of approximately Hi million bushels. The National Peach Council plans to conduct other studies on the use of fresh peaches directed at developing Improved methods of preserving the perishable crop knd thereby Insuring growers of more stable marketing. Pal-Etles Pinochle Club Has Picnic The Pal-Ettes Pinochle Club members held a picnic for thelt children Wednesday night at the Westerner Club. Twelve women and 19 children in attendance. The next meeting of the group will be Aug. 28 at the home of Mrs. MarjoHe Cox, 1620 Central Ave., Alton. 1 Area Scouts Win-Attend Arrow Meet Eighteen boys and adults from the ftasa .Bird Council, Boy Scouts of America, will, attend the National Order of the Arrow Conference 1 in Champaign nexl week. The group, all members oi Black Ma\vk Lodge, will be part of the host area, which is Area 7-F. Ronald t). Wilkinson of Alton S the area chief and Will be oil the program -for the conference, as will jfidwln k. Cuftnlngham, oefll scout executive, who U the area adviser. Included on the program for the four-day affair will be Gov. Otto Kernef; Dr. E. Urner Goodman, founder of the older, which is a Scouting service group; Shelly Fabres, movie and recording star; and one of (he asitrohauts. Theme of the conference Is "Catch the Higher Vision," which was submitted by Black Hawk Lodge, The group will return to Alton late next Friday. Danish fruit sales are levelling. TORONTO—Canada reports In clustrial output up 9 per cent. NOTICE! ' WE ARE NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 306 STATE ST. DOWNTOWN, ALTON Bievenue Orthopedic Appliances .TERSEW1LLE - ?»«' Stone, a former member of the .terseyville Police fieftarl- ment, will assume his duties Monday ns a guard at the_ 08 pnieritiaif j« let, It W«8 flrtrtolifJSBrl today. Stone also has Mfved A» * deputy aht!tif\tfti s Jet«e1»'e6Un. ty and was a'fbtWet 1 constable In Jsey ft filirtned million factory ia In Lebanon. 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