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August 26, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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TWELVE ALTON EVENING "TELEGRAPH I MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 1963 Carrollton AAU W Will Hear Dr. Volberdin CARROLLTON - Dr. Eleanor Votberdlng of DoKalb. n former AAUW stale chairman of higher education, will speak at the open- Ing tneeting of the Carrollton Branch of the American Association of University Women Monday, Sept. 9, at 7:45 at Day's Colonial Room in Carrollton. Dr. Volberding will speak on "The Junior College in Illinois." Prior to the branch meeting, members of the board of directors will meet at 5:45 p.m. at Day's Colonial room, where they Will have dinner and discuss branch problems with Dr. Volberding. The regular branch programs for the coming year will be developed around two topics, "Ex- Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When you are tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may be blocked—and you become constipated. New COLONAID tablets relieve this misery with a new principle—a unique colooic nerve stimulant plus special bulking action as recommended by many doctors. Result? COLONAID puts your colon back to work—gently relieves constipation overnight. You feel great! Get clinically-proved COLONAID today. Introductory size 43* pectations for Education" and "The American in a Chang ing World." In October a special guest luncheon will be held and the subject, "How Estate Taxes Affect Women," will bo presented by a local lawyer. The Christmas meeting will feature "Christian Art Around the World." Next May Clarissa Start, St. Louis newspaperwoman, will speak. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON - Larry Joe Armstrong of Greenfield was ad milted to Boyd Memorial Hospi tal Friday as a medical patient. Admitted Saturday for surgery was James Edward Grueter ol Carrollton and admitted as a med ical patient Saturday was David Ivors of Eldrcd. Dismissed Saturday were Larry Joe Armstrong of Greenfield, Miss Goldic Allen of Kane, Mrs. Eleanor Milnor and Donald Goodman, both of Carrollton. OiUMva-Month Club CARROLLTON — Members of the Once-a-Month Bridge Club have a dinner meeting Tuesday at Day's Colonial room. Hostesses will be Mrs. Clarence Horn, Mrs. H. R. Covey and Mrs. Hugh Strickland. VIENNA—Australian scientists are working on new ways to store perishable foodstuffs. FORTY 01)0 By Peg Bracket! and Rod Lull "Let's see ... Friday's roast beef, Thursday's cauliflower, Wednesday's spuds . .. there's your summer TV dinner all right, all re-runs." Only 30 Complaints Filed With Jersey Review Board Hospital Notes JERSEYVILLE — Only 30 complaints were filed this year with the Jersey County Board of Review as compared with 260 filed the previous year. Of this year's complaint four were on personal property assessments and 26 were on real estate. Auxiliary Meets Tuesday JERSEYVILLE — The Auxiliary of the Jersey Community AFCO GAS FURN With New Duct Work Installed For AS FOLLOWS: Model AFB-750 (75,000 BTU) natural gas furnace, installation includes new duct work in basement for average 4-room home connected to present registers (maximum of 5 hot air openings), vented to present flue, and ONE YEAR FREE SERVICE. Call Our Qualified Engineer for Free Estimates—No Obligation Larger Models at Comparable Savings No Money Down! TAKE UP TO 155 WEEKS TO PAY (Installation of Utilities Optional at Extra Cost) This Is a Pre-Season Special Offer—Will Expire Sept. 30th ALTON SHEET METAL CORP. 103 CENTRAL AVE. ALTON HO 2-0609 or HO 2-4333 Hospital will hold its regular monthly meeting in the conference room at the hospital'at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Ira Breitweiser is the president of the Auxiliary and requests all members to attend the meeting. Home from Vacation JERSEYVILLE— Mrs. Nell Bell has returned to her home here following a month's visit with relatives in Chicago and with her sister Mrs. Eva Calhoun in Keokuk,. Iowa. Recuperating from Surgery JERSEYVILLE — Lee Massey, Jersey County farmer, is spending two weeks at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Georgeff in Hillsboro recuperating from surgery which he underwent recently at the Memorial Hospital in Alton. Patient at Barnes JERSEYVILLE - Miss Dorothy Meuth, member of the office staff of the Jersey Community Hospital, entered Barnes Hospital in St. Louis Sunday and submitted to minor hip surgery there today. 2 From Edwarclsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Two area residents were discharged from St. Joseph's Hospital at Highland Saturday. They were Mrs. Jack Usher, 15 Circle Drive, Edwardsville and Mrs. Eva Schneider, 422 N. Buchanan St. Area residents admitted Sunday were Harry Schiermeyer, 219 McKinley, Mrs. Ella Hollc- wich, 315 Park and Mrs. Enola Schoettle, Rte. 4. Mrs. Anna Menk of the Madison County Nursing Home was discharged from the hospital Sunday. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Timothy Suneson, 3120 Ray. LeRoy Powell, East Alton. John' A. Fisher, Enst Alton. Cheryl Cook, Cottage Hills. Harold Sherer. Cottage Hills. Harry Anderson, 3005 Edgewood. Lynn Stauffer, 3602 Aberdeen. Robert Beliveau, Wood River. Mrs. Cleonn Howlnnd, East Alton Timothy Monroe, 311 Allen. Miss Nollic Thurm, East Alton. Mrs. Mary Cnrr, 605 Leonard. Sharon Fencel, Edwardsville. Laarry English, Granite City. Mrs. Molly Carpenter, 1912 Belle. Clarence Galbrnith, Wood River. SURGICAL Barbara Bechcl, Kampsville. Mrs. Barbara Blumfield, 3210 Edwards. Dennis Kincaid, Wood River. Mrs. Roselyn Kalvin, Godfrey. Mrs. Mary White, Bethalto. Clarence Laughlin, East Alton. Monty Baker, Wood River. Marcus Lane, 219 Hy-Vista. Norvell Mitchell, Brighton. lobert Stein, Dorsey. Mark Moore, Bunker Hill. James Stevenson, Wood River, larold Cole, Godfrey. larold Frieman, East Alton. ,nrry Price, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Vivian Kincaid, Wood River. Mrs. Eva Pennifold, Wood River. Mrs. Verda Thompson, 1206 Cave. DISMISSALS Vlrs. Annette Strasen, Bethalto. Vlrs. Patricia Fraser, Wood River Mrs. Mary Timmermeier, 3217 Burton. .^ouie Carter, Carrolllon. Mrs. Barbara Edwards, Wood River. Mrs. Jean Ellis, 2439 Mills. Mark Carter, Moro. Trade Turner, East Alton. Colin Hausman, 2905 Brown. Steven Hicks, 2122 Rockwell. Mrs. Eunice Miller, Alton. Mrs. Betty Zilzman, 345 Dooley Lloyd Willard, Worden. Donald Duncan, 3206 Duco. Leon Little, Bethalto. Mrs. Alma Hartman, Edwardsville. Pamela Springer, West Alton. Mrs. Betty Meyer, Bethalto. Steven England, Roxana. Mrs. Peggy Grammer, 1946 N. Rodgers. Fredrick Clark, 1025 Elble Franklin Hargiss, Wood River. Mrs. Lois Adams, 1801 Clawson. Pipes Don't Fit DAMASCUS — Expansion of the Allepo City water system is being held up until Syrian engineers can locate the right size pipe. NEY! Save here ... where your money works harder for you ... earning a high dividend rate plus the added protection of insured savings! And don't forget . . . savings entered by the 15th of the month earn interest from the first! Enjoy the convenience of our drive-in windows and generous parking lot! DIVIDENDS PER ANNUM AND LOAN A'S S O C 1 A T ! O N ©gQ EAST THIRD STREET * ALTON • PHONE 465-4483 Mrs. Mary Webb, Rcxana. Mrs. Linda Milligan, 1123 W. 9th. Vlrs. Carolyn Bodenbach, E. Alton Mrs. Beverly Seybert, Godfrey. Mrs. Esther Spurgeon, 2803 Grandview. William J. Miller, East Alton. Kevin Goode, Glllespie. William Hcinti!, Bethalto. Donald Kun, 30 W, Marietta. Jacob Dour, Colllnsville. Mrs. Rosie Felix, 910 Market. Mrs. Bonnie Wolford, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Viola Saunders, 1203 McPherson. Henry Young, 801 Liberty. Dawn Thompson, Wood River. Earnest Little, Godfrey. Larry Pierce, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Grace Basden, 1120 Seller. Rudolph Hendricksott, 864 Washington. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Myrtle Smith, Jerseyville. Lester McCormick, Godfrey. Mrs. Thomas Pfaff, Godfrey. Max Tale, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. Thomas Randolph, Jerseyville. Mrs. Ronald Turner, Jerseyville. John Munsterman, Jerseyville. Mrs. Dale Blck, Jerseyville. Mrs. Laura Gunterman, Fieldon. Mrs. Kenneth Dunham, Jersey ville. Mrs. Emma Tucker, Jerseyville. St. Anthony 9 s MEDICAL Mrs. Alice Hill, 2200 Wedgewood Mrs. Lola Barnes, 607 Reed Dr. East Alton. Mrs. Lillian Harris, 441 Bluff. Henry Schroeder, West Alton. Mrs. Glorine Hoskins, 2525 Clawson. Terry Kasten, Godfrey. Mrs. Alice Mahassek, 675 Payne Wood River. Harry Bruckert, Bunker Hill. Thomas Callahan, Grafton. DISMISSALS Felipe Romo, 709 Lamport. Miss Mildred Ford, 1714 Bozxa Mrs. Kunigunda Wittman, Rte. 1 Godfrey. Mrs. Marjqrie Byrd, 2911 Buena Vista. Mrs. Marlene Kosto, Edwardsville Lonnie Smith, 2811 North. Henry Gleaser, Edwardsville. Mrs. Ethel Hat-mow, Edwardsvllle Mrs. Rosemary Vltale, 528 E. 7th Mrs. Joy Flnley, Wood River. Mrs. Artrischla Wheeler, Rte. 1, Bethalto. William Taylor, 2G14 Edwards. Si. MEDICAL Charles Martin, 2110 State. Mrs. Ida Gold, 2601 Grandview. Tony Baker, Rte. 1, Seminary. Mrs. Julia Cool, St. LoUls. Mrs. Martha Stormer, 830 Sixth. Miss Derilse Jun, Godfrey. Mrs. Shirley Taylor, 3220 Oakwood. Rudolph Hans, Rte. 1, Worden. Dennis Grubaugh, Edwardsville. Ralph Sampson, 1716 Hilt. James St. John, Edwardsville. SURGICAL Mrs. • Mary Lamm, 164 Tenth, Wood River. Thomas McKoy, 1101 E. Fourth. Mrs. Mildred Jones, 1504 Fourth. Mrs. Margaret Steiner, Godfrey. Jerry Miller,, Rte. 1, Moro. Mrs. Agnes Walter, 3628 Doerr. Theodore Pahde, 4108 Aberdeen. Lloyd Baity, 310 Hollywood. Mark Baahlmann.t Godfrey. Miss Linda Moss, Cottage Hills. Mary Krummelbein. Bunker Hill. Mrs. Loretta Mueller, Rte. 1. Isaac Bayley, 220 Lawton. Williams Phipps, Rte. 2, Godfrey Mrs. Louise Reding, Edwardsville Mrs. Edna Schneider, 1818 Crest. DISMISSALS Mrs. Vera Baeser, 3504 Bloomer. Mrs. Carrie Chanut, Wood River. Mrs. Mary Lammy, 3402 Mere- docia. Mrs. Carolyn Rushing, Wood River. Thomas Schmidt, Rte. 1, Bethalto Mrs. Elmer Voss, 612 Marsh. Larry Kauffold, 101 Dooley. Richard Kennedy, Edwardsville Isaac Bayley, 2220 Lawton. Mrs. Eileen Budde, Rt. 2, Godfrey Mark Cowan, 1118 Alby. Mrs. Charlenc Croquart, E. Alton Kevin Delehanty, 922 E. Seventh Mrs. Ann Ellis, 3516 Oscar. Bernie Gonzalez, 108 W. 19th Pearl Greene, East Alton. Mrs. Patricia Groennert, Wooc River. Mrs. Glorine Hoskin, 2525 Clawson Mrs. Peggy Hyman, Oklahoma City, Okla. Mrs. Margarette Kayser, E. Alton Mrs. Emma Liley, Wood River Thomas McKoy, 1101 E. 4th. Mrs. Lorene Prullage, Godfrey Mrs. Chris Siampos, 118 W. Broadway. Mrs. thelma Skundrich, Wood River. Wood River fowtship MEDICAL Vlrs. Margaret. L! Ncwcomh, Cottage Hills '• Mrs. Louise K. Br6wn, Mendowbrook Mrs. Frances S. Tweedy, 451 Whltclaw Miss Llndn L. Moss, Cottage Hills Mrs. Ina L. Kay, Rte. 1,' Alton Mrs. Maude L. Jones, Httr'tfpl-d Mrs. George T. Beanblosson\ 152 S. Pence, East Alton Tamara Lee Edwards, 213 Jennings, Wood River William Brian Llndiey, 416 Wood River Ave., East Alton SURGICAL Mrs. Nora E, Wlkoff, 1323 Lewis St., Wood River Lee Edward Adams, 1802 Bremen St., Granite City. George Edward Williams, 529 Park Lane, Wood River Thomas M. Schilling, 26 N. Willuims, Cottage Hill* v fttsMlSSAt^ Mlss.Lindtt L. Moss, Cottage Hills a H Timothy Lamar Wlemers, 792 Birch, East. Alton Randall Ffost Ghent, 3621 Western, Alton Mrs. Alma 1. Duvall, Coltng* Hills Miss Thelma N. Juhlln, 29 E. Acton William J. Cash, 485 N. Sixth, Robert J. Scholene, 1:19 E. Walklns, Hartford Dallas Leo Vlck, 148 Edwards, Cottage Hills Tracy Eugene Covey, 612 Longfellow, Bothalto ^Irs. Anna L. Hendrlcks, .Rle. 1, Bethalto BoTiby <3hle Sturglll, Rte 1, Brighton Mrs. Evelyn L. Simmons, South Roxnna Mrs. Anna H. Glggs, Cot'tage Hills . Richard Clinton Frey, South R6xann BRISBANE—Bridge building will get tighter government control In Australia. PRESCRIPTIONS AT ^^ PHAR MACY ^ are • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 State St, — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE * 300 E. BROADWAY OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M. MON., THURS. & FRI. OTHER EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT ' A TWIN BEDS * MATTRESSES A BOX SPRINGS ONE LOW, LOW PRICE! Our SPECIAL PURCHASE Makes This Possible! LOOK...You Get All^ Pieces 2 TWIN BEDS 2 MATTRESSES AND 2 BOX SPRINGS You can't bept this down-to-earth value! 2 COMPLETE COLONIAL POSTER BED ENSEMBLES! . . , All superb quality pieces. Cory innerspring mattresses with durable ticking, weight balanced box springs. PH.CE-. 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