Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 15
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August 29, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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ALfON EVENING , AUGUST «, &*> •» '> tjospitttl Notes St, iFHelitrich, 1214 Armstrong. Mt*,*ttody Mummer, 606 Fifth Btff Alfm. Hetb&t byer, 2803 Residence. Samtfel bavls, 612 w. Delniar. Mrs. Florence McKee, 112? Fifth. Mrs. £6is firyant, Rte. 2, Godfrey Miss Sandra Burns, Graf ton. SURGICAL Mrs. Jane Loraine, 1005 Alby. Jeffrey Tite, 512 Washington, East Alton. Mrs. Carol Bryant, 437 Short, Wood River. Mrs/Esther McGhee, 1905 Main. Miss .Dolly ttedger, 218 Ohio, East Alton. Robert McAfee, Brighton. DISMISSALS Hubert Allen, Jerseyville, Abraham Baiter, 725 Sixth. Emil Bantz, Hartford. Mrs. Agnes Blair, Godfrey. Mrs. Helen Carmean, 209 Michigan. Mrs. Janice Dabbs, 828 Hawley. Warren Durham, 911 Main. Mrs. Hilda Fowler, Rt. 2, Godfrey Mrs. Judith Funk, 907 Logan. Mrs. Ida Gold, 2601 Grandview. Henry Jones, 1037 Union. Mrs. Lovie Krause, Jerseyville. Gary Krummelbein, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Mary Lamm, Wood River. Mrs. Louise Lee, 914 Seventh. Mrs. Norma McCane, 908 Washington. Sanfdrd McLaughlin, Bethalto. Richard McCormack, 1918 Main. Mrs. 'Loretta Mueller, Rte. 1. Mrs., Kay Oberlander, Dow. Mrs., Maxine Peck, Bethalto. William Phipps, Rte. 2, Godfrey. Mrs. Barbara Pierson, 2403 Claire Mrs.-Paula Smith, West Alton. James Stewart, 309 Atchinson. Mrs.;Phyllis Stogsdill, East Alton Robert Sweeringin, Jerseyville. Mrs. Barbara Thielemann, East Alton. Mrs. Agnes Walter, 3628 Doerr. Maurice Williams, 52 Sullivan. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Larry. D. Stone, Piasa. Misses Charlotte and Irma Jones, 1128 Hampton. Mrs. Susie White, 923 Pearl. Mrs. Ernestine Smith, Rte. 1, Bethalto. Mrs. Wessie Doerr, 130 Willard. Leo Begnel, 2007 State. Mrs. Clara Bunse, 1110 Broadway George Davis, Rte. 1, Alton. DISMISSALS Willard Burch, Rle. 1, Godfrey. Mrs. • Glorine Hoskins, 2525 Clawson. Mrs. Frances Lavick, 1619 Joesting. A Mrs. Marguerite Norton, Cottage Hills. Mrs. .Lola Barnes, East Alton. Mrs. Mildred Bentley, 925 Langdon. Elmer Miller, 601 Wyss. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Vernon Plettrier, 3835 Oscar. Mrs. Betty Davis, East Alton. George Berry, East Alton. Mrs. Zelma Sullivan, Granite City Dennis Hicks, 3802 College. Leslie Flautt, Jerseyvilb:. Joseph Mare, Belair, Tex. Mrs. Ida Mathews, 3309 Fran or. Mrs. Odella Cato, Moro. Mary Fairbanks, 2811 Residence Mrs. Irene Bryant, Bethalto. SURGICAL Lawrence DeWerff Jr., Wood River. Mrs. Sarah Gilbert, Godfrey. Valerie dark, East Alton. Mrs. Nellie Ganter, 946 Union, tony Jones, Granite City. Mrs, Lillian Holmes, Alton. Marcello Bryant, 2715 North. Raymond Porter, Hartford. Regina Parsons, Wood River. Eugene Robinson, 3437 Milton. John Sowders, 517 Pearl. Darrell Colley, 1207 Union. James Williams, 618 Wyss. Dianna Morris, 1909 Hickory. DISMISSALS Mrs. Betty Davis, East Alton. Miss Judy Hinman, Wood River. Mrs. Gwendolyn Can-oil, Cottage Hills. James Stevenson, Wood River. Emery Crawford, Roxana. Lynn Stauffer. 3602 Aberdeen. Timothy Suneson, 3120 Ray. Mrs. Mary Can-, 605 Leonard. Ronald Younger, Godfrey. Mrs. Bretida Warneckc, Wood River. Nol-vcll Mitchell, Brighton. Mrs. Jean Titsworth, S. Roxana. Mrs. Helen Schoene, 2408 Woodcrest. Dale Dunn, 2510 Alfaretta. Mrs. Roselyn Kalvin, Godfrey. Mrs. Frances Smithson, Ed- wardsvillc. Mrs. Rosemary Moore, 3535 Oscar. Charles Varbie, Eldred. Mrs. Ida Chapman, South Roxana Mrs. Dorothy Barach, Wood River Mrs. Grace Bower, 3720 Berkeley Mrs. Marilin Clark, Kane. Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Blanche Buttry, 321 Goulding, East Alton. Mrs. Alma Emery, 1171 Ferguson James Buckner, 761 Purvis. Mrs. Ruth Sanders, 315 Second. Charles Sanders, 315 Second. Harold Hinrichs, 325 E. Airline, East Alton. Joseph Lehman, Hartford. Mrs. Esther Reagan, 749 George. SUUGICAL Mrs. Lois Hobbs, 344 Edwardsville Road. Mrs. Katheryn Wheeler, Rte. 1, Moro. •Shell Honors John Martin on His Retirement John Martin. 265 S. Central, Wood River, was honored recently by management of the Shell Oil Co. Wood RiVer Refinery upon h i s retirement fro m servlcn with the company. Martin, a fa- John Mitt-tin trolman in the plant protection section of the refinery's fire and safety depart mettl, had served Shell since 1945. •SHOW BOAT' KEEI'S ttOLLtN'ALONG LAMBERTV1LLE, N. J. un — St. John Terrell, who started the first Music Circtis here 15 years ago, rates "Show Boat" as the public's favoilte musical comedy. "You can do a production of it every other summer and p a c k thorn In," he notes. In Terrell's runner-up list, a small group of shows can be revived every third year, more every fourth year, "and occasionally there's a once- only entertainment." Steven L. Prosscr, Bethallo. DISMISSALS Paul Rhoads, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Carol Schuessler, Belhalto. Mrs. Ina Kay, Rte. 1, Alton. Mrs. Myrtle Finn, South Roxana. Tamara L. Edwards, 213 Jennings Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Frank Rench, Jerseyville. Walter White, Jerseyville. SURGICAL William Foster, Kane. DISMISSALS Mrs. Laverne Kallal, Jerseyville. Mrs. Mary Wallace, Jerseyville. Mrs. Emma Lanham, Jerseyville Elizabeth Holder, Jerseyville. Mrs. Carl Brangenberg, Kairips- ville. Mrs. Carl Berry, Kane. Wise Persons Enjoy Better Shoe Comfort Anil Much Longer Wear When They Buy Better Quality Nationally Advertised Brands For Less/ Newest Styles in Women's Dress Shoes Lovely shoes from the better factories. High grade cancellations, samples and Irregulars at savings of 50% And More Reg. $4.95 $15.95 And $18.95 Quality And $6.88 Large JVew Shipments !» Mid Heels • High Heels • Stacked Heels • Sizes 4 to 12 AAAA To E Widths. Children's School Shoes, ,8'/2 to 3. Special $1.88 up WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-00 Ei BROADWAY " Plenty o,i Free Parkins HOME IMPROVEMENTS National- Advertised Brand! 9' and 12' Widths Reg, 1,49 Sq, Yd, VINYL Linoleum PENNEY': ALWAYS FIRST OUALITY •~"*j UTt EASTQATE EAST ALTON s 4 <. \ iV- * % w* 1 ;fer ^ ; ^l^r N 1st time ever! our own PICKET 'N POST shop stages a big THE YEAR'S NEWEST, MOST WANTED ?*i FABULOUSLY LOW PRICED v MATCHED-UP SLACK OR SKIRT SETS IN IVY-DARK OR AAAD-MEDIUM TONES Yes! That's right-these are our very own prize sportswear two-piecers you buy up as fast as'you can at their usual low Penney price! We're shutting down this season's collection extra-early because so much news is coming up for Picket 'n Post in the fall! Run ... rush... race in ...! At 4.99 ... cottons and Dacron® poly- l ester 'n cotton blends tailored with this kind of classicism ... won't wait! They're in demand right now down at "fancy-price haberdashery" ... but the real "smart-- ies" will be here at Penney's ... money in hand (or Charge-Card) ... when our doors open tomorrow! Not every style, in every color, or every.size! Misses' and Junior sizes If you haven't seen our new bare-knee skirt collection, now's the time, to come on the run!' Classic hip stitched box pleat styles, or "A" line back-wraps, in machine washable Dacron polyester 'n cotton! Or fall-through- winter wools ... newsy detachable -suspender styles, action models, pleated plaid -kilts or solid color "A" liners! We've got 'em in sizes 8 to 16, < so come on in and scoop up your choice now . . . at this sweet little price. «> «> «> 4' <> > > II PLASTIC WALL TILE • ALL COLORS Paste and Trim Available Reg. Sells for 29c Sq, Ft. MONEY-SAVING TILE SALE! 9"x9" *\ r IVINYL ASBESTOS TILE *7 ta E Hundreds of Cartons in Stock to Choose From! 54" Wall Covering i; J6c Sq. Ft. Sells Regularly for 39c Sq. i A Ft.— Special This Weekend I9 running foot — push; untl corners available. Rubber Baseboard 2V 2 " and 4" Black & Brown 1 C Running Foot ............ I V DuPont's OUTSIDE WHITE HOUSE PAINT R«g. $9,55 Sol. $•750 i 6 * 1 ' MOSAICS LUCITE rerfect for Auli Troys •ltd Coffee TttbM FQAAS WALL PAINT Reg. $7.50 Gal. $E95 4bv GAL, Linoleum and Rue . 18 W. I'cruuson * Downtown Wood River DUil Cl. 4-2457 We Deliver We Carry Duj>ont'a Luclie wall J'Blmi FROM OUR TOP MAKERS! '/v COTTON BUYS Hear that school-bell ringing? "It's ringing for you! Yes, girls' cotton dresses going pn sale today at these stock-up prices! Be in first to buy your little girl the bright solid and plaid cottons she'll wear all year Jong! Tailored to Penney's specifications fpr easy care/ lasting fit, (They machine \vash so beautifully). Wise mother will get them by the half dozens — save enough money for lots of little extras, Sizes 3 to '(Jx and 7 to 14, SIMILAR TO ILLUSTRATION. CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR BA«T ALTON PPRNNBY'S Shop 10 a,m, to 9 p,m, MQNP^Y thro^h MP^^^MP P ^pP^^^P pHi P Vm^^Mp(4|i|i * ^^•"Pllpr P' r " 9~^~ || t P^l)^|pl; Intersection of U.S, Hig h way 67 and Niagara Avenue

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