Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 5, 1963
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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1963 Hospital Notes St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mrs. Sophie Musil. 810 Liberty Mrs. Lettie Delaney. 1230 W. Ninth Louis Bowman, 1021 Fourth Miss Mamie Crawford, R20 LnnR- don C. Louis Schelm, Rte. 2: Brighton Miss Alberla Hinlon, 16 \V. Ninff Mm. Brenda Thompson. 1105 E Fourth Mrs. Ida Ellis, Hartford Emert Null. Rte. 1, Bethalto Herbert Basdcn, 1120 Seller Mrs. Edilh Fowler, 125S Carl Mrs. Marie Harris, 102 Elble SUROICAL Marc. E. Kamp. 336 Kennedy Drive, East Alton Mrs. Florence Scherff, Worden Miss Carol Slinkard, 7 North St Louis Road, Wood River Harry Chambers, Rte. 2, Godfrey Mrs. Eulene Murphy. South Rox ana Mrs. Lnvern Mead, 525 Wyss Mrs. Margaret Reif. Rte. 1, Godfrey Lester Hert, 120 Eaton, Wood River Miss Diana F. Shaw, Rte. 1, Mom DISMISSALS Joseph Smith, 1106 West Ninth Mrs. Isabelle Adams, 678 First, Wood River Mrs. Mary Kinsella, 1911 Worden Emil LeClaire, 832 E. Penning, Wood River Mrs. Jane Loraine, 1005 Alby Miss Zella Lyerla, 534 Easton Mrs. Theresa Northcutt, Jersey- Ville. Mrs. Luvenia Taylor, 1907 Gross William Robinson, 3707 Horn Mrs. Ann Siemer, 925 Pearl Alton Memorial : MEDICAL Mrs. Rose Schobernd, Godfrey Arthur Fuess, 1727 Rodgers Miss Linda Henry, 3865 Clare jhont Ljtodle Clark, 707 Reuter Michael Crawford, Alton Richard Vaughn, South Roxana Dtian Warner, Godfrey George McClain, 605 Market Mis.. Helen Doussard, Bethalto Rotary Club At Roxana Has Steak Fry ROXANA — The Roxana Rotary Club had a steak fry at the shelter house in the Roxana Community Park Wednesday ev ening. The fry was the result o an attendance contest held earl ier in the year. The losers fur nished the steak. Captain of the losers was Harold Carroll anc Cecil Zumwalt was chairman o the food committee. Other mem bers of the food committee Charles Price, Wayne Bridgewater, Harold Carroll anc George Paynic. Visiting Rotarians were Ed ward Kane, Ernest Tosovky anc Paul Meyer of Edwardsville and Ed Carr of Bethalto. Roxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hamilton of Central A v e. have returned from LaBelle, Mo., where they visited their son and family, the Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Hamilton and children. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pink have sold their home on Central Avenue to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Bow- Jer, formerly of Reller Avenue, and have bought a' home on Sixth Street in Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thierry have sold their home on Doerr Avenue to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bridge- \vater of Doerr Avenue, who plan to rent the property. The Thierry's have moved to a new home in Moro. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Swinney of Canal Road had as their guest the past few days, Mrs.. Swinney's mother and her brother in-law and sister, Mrs. Olive Fitzgerald and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Coil man, of St. Joseph, Mo. Greene 4-H Clubs Conclude Contests CARROLLTON — A percentage - wise membership contest has been in effect this summer in the Home Economics 4-H Clubs of Greene County. Winners were the Prissy Missys with the largest increase in membership over last year for clubs with a membership of more than 15 and the Merry Makers club for the largest increase in membership over last year for clubs under 15 members, Two new clubs were organized in 1963. They are the Petite Maidens with nine members and the Hillview Handy Helping Hands with seven members. Time and Temperature CARROLLTON — A time and temperature sign is to be installed on the front of the Carrollton Bank in the near future, according to action taken recently by the board of directors. This is the type of sign that IB being installed as a public 'service by many financial institutions in the larger cities throughout the country today, it was announced, Leave for School CARROLLTON - Ricky McLane and Bob Gillingham, freshmen this year at the University of Illinois, have already left to do preliminary work at the University in preparation for freshman week, which is next week. Mike Kania, Randall Rhoads, Miss Carolyn Varble and John Robinson, all of whom plan to gtudy at the Western Illinois University at Macomb, will leave next week and Miss Deanna Wiles, who is continuing her studies at Blackburn College, Car- llnville. will leave Sept. 14 to enter school. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily ' Arthur Lee Hayes. 2649 Seminary SURGICAL Mrs. Doris Smith. Bethalto Grrald Severs, 501 Harpor Ct. Billy Joe Ross, Greenfield Evelyn Conslry. 1812 Main Mrs. Clara Campbell, Hamberg Mrs. Bertha Clinr. Jerseyville Floyd Gentry, Godfrey Mrs. Dorothy Baffles, Wood River DISMISSALS Mrs. Gladys LePore, 302 Dry Dean Warner. Godfrey Mrs. Helen Lewis, Dow Mrs. E. Schaumburg, East Alton Mrs. Clara Thornsbury. Brighton Miss Roma VanFossen, 4120 Alby Floyd Collins, Coftage Hills Mrs. Stella Heidler, 503 Alby Lawrence DeWerff. Jr., Wood Rivor Jacqueline Gregor, Godfrey Mrs. Mildred Price, Jerseyville Mrs. Flora Hedge, Bethalto Franklin Grubbs, Hamburg Cynthia Astroth, Godfrey Oscar Neunaber, BethaHo Mrs. Mary Helen Wolf, Granite City James Dunnagan, 433 Nevada Mrs. Shirley Haar, 721 Central Janet Breden, Jerseyville Cheryl Cook, Cottage Hills Lonnie Grandia, Godfrey Wood River Township MKDICAL Mrs. Patsy M. Staton, Hartford De Wayne Eugene Vetter, Cottage Hills Darlene Kay King, South Roxana Charles 0. Wyzard, 1411 Milton Road, Alton William S. Button. Hartford SURGICAL Gregory George Floyd, Hartford Mitchell Dale Hodges, South Roxana Edward Paul Eich, Rte. 1 Edwardsville David Miller, Denver, Colorado DISMISSALS Gregory George Floyd, Hartford Mrs. Emma Brown, 303 Whitelaw, East Alton Ralph J. Cox, 826 Center, East Alton Mrs. C. Louise Miller, Cottage Hills Charles Wayne Sinks, Rte. 1, Alton James R. Buckner, 761 Purvis Drive Steven Rondel Baysden, 608 George Mrs. Georgia Mae Dawson, 309 Monroe, East Alt-jn George T. Beanblossom, 152 S. Pence, East Alton St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. June Backs, 139 Grand, Wood River Frederick Grubb, 1112 McKinley James H. Nolan, Dow Mrs. Anna Belle Huitt, 1465 Williams, Wood River Harold D. Kennedy, 1 West Delmar Mrs. .Inez L. Kilmer, 412 Cobb, East Alton DISMISSALS Mrs. Ada I. Sibley, Kampsville Miss Vickie Douglas Sue Conley, 821 Mrs. Sonja J. Wyatt, Dow Orlando E. Porter, Rte. 1, Seminary Road Miss Kathleen F. Moore, 107 South 6th, Wood River Mrs. Justine V. Eisenreich, Rte. 1, Alton Rotarians of Bethalto Hear Rev. Hoxsie BETHALTO — Rev. Wayne Hoxsie, paslor of the Bethalto and Moro Presbyterian Churches, told Rotarians Wednesday night a t Zion Lutheran Church about h i s recent vacation and of Rotary meet ings he attended in other communities. During the business meeting it was announced that beginning Sept. 18 and for eight consecutive Wednesday nights, the meetings will convene at 6:15 instead of fi:45. Howard Johnston duced as a new member. Guest Rotarians present were: Ray Ready, Garth Taylor and Harry Nevlin of Alton and Bill Mindrup of Edwardsville. Other guests present were Albert Paul of Bethalto. Death Must Go LAGOS — A movement has sprung up in Nigeria to abolish was ititro-jthe death penalty. HOUSE FURNISHING COMPANY ivommiv Fii, in JUST ARRIVED - WE HAVE A COMPLETE DISPLAY OF 1964 ZENITH TELEVISION SETS SCHWARTZ HAVE ZENITH 1964 TELEVISION From 195 /... 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