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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 11, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, SEFrEMBER 11, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINETEEN Hospital Notes St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mrs. Annie Asaro, 1510 E. Fourth. Mrs. Martha Greathouse, Godfrey Mrs. Mary Davidson, Wood River Miss Debra Larner, Wood River. Mrs. Vanita Dale, 2521 Sanford. Henry Fukery, 1016 Union. Mrs. Delores Miller, 1313 Harold. Mrs. Parl Shackles, Fidelity. SURGICAL Richard Branham, Hardin. Mrs. Hazel Williams, 2108 Fernwood Place. Mrs. Elizabeth Hewitt, 406 Prospect St. Mrs. Mary Inhoff, Edwardsville. William Mason, East Alton. Miss Kim Smith, 1313 Harold. Bertha Henderson, 908 College. DISMISSALS Kent Barnes, East Alton. Irving Conner, Wood River. Henry Gaflney, 1251 W. Ninth. Paul Jouett, Wood River. Mrs. Carrie Raglin, 3116 Benne. Mrs. Blanche Rulo, Grafton. Mrs. Lillian Schildroth, 3706 Coronado. Mrs. Eunice St. Peters, E. Alton Mrs. Sharon Stemield, 804 Brown Mrs. Margaret Yates, Godfrey. Mrs. Carolyn Yontz, 3205 Brown. Kevin Proffer, 212 Cherry. Neil Proffer, 212 Cherry. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. John Struebel, Brighton. Louis Taviner, Hardin. Mrs. Albert Hagen Jr., Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. Howard Schneider, Jerseyville. Mrs. Zetta Blish, Jerseyville. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Kathryn Heskett, 503 Sotter PI., Wood River. Mrs. Mabel Maxwell, 825 Lorena, Wood River. Mrs. Gladys Wegman, 273 S. Ninth, East Alton. Robert Parks, 232 Ninth, Wood River. Mrs. Edith Simpson, Rt. I.Godfrey Mrs. Dorothy Cronan, 303 E. Airline, East Alton. Mrs. Elizabeth McCarroll, 1105 Quincy Ct. Mrs. Ida Luening, 350 S. Ninth, East Alton. Mrs, Wanetta Bodine, 1524 Jersey DISMISSALS William Mason, East Alton. Mrs. Opal Duncan, 1213 Central. Joseph Bund, Wood River. Mrs. Mirmie Elder, 809 Logan. Mrs. Marilyn Lawrence, 3824 Western. Wood River Township MEDICAL Jessica L. Bazzell, 127 Eckhard. Charles E. Benton, Moro. Mrs. Mary Schuetz, Bethalto. SURGICAL John F. Sheets, 158 Thirteenth. Mrs. Mae Essary, Bethalto. Mrs. Ora Strain, 249 Jennings. DISMISSALS Jerry D. Beavers, East Alton. Mrs. Helen Hoekstra, East Alton. Mrs. Anna Culp, 686 Maurice. Francis Westbrook, Alton. Robert C. Cook, Hartford. Gerald A. Murphy, 110 S. 13th. David Miller, Denver, Colo. John F. Sheets, 158 Thirteenth. Darlene Kay King, South Roxana. Ramona Y. Eastham, Hartford. Mrs. Lillie Perrett, Hartford. Alton Memorial MEDICAL William Cotton, Wood River. Mrs. Mary Wiseman, 637 Mildred. Mrs. Dorothy Drew, Godfrey. Mrs. Dorothy Wempen, 1030 Washington. Betty Wilburn, East Alton. Christopher Lyles, Cottage Hills. Claude Sturgill, Moro. Joni Tumbleson, Bethalto. Clyde Terry, Wood River. SURGICAL Ronald Steele, Worden. Wood River to Set Up Own Workman's Insurance Plan WOOD RIVER—An ordinance is being prepared to set up a fund to enable the City of Wood River to provide its own workman's compensation insurance. The ordinance will take the form of re-establishing a water meter fund and is expected to eventually total $30,000, which sum can, in emergencies, be drawn upon for claims against the city. The move is being made be- Rainbow Girls Elect Officers At Greenfield GREENFIELD - Miss Rhonda Mell Parks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parks, was elected •vorthy advisor of Greenfield Assembly Order of Rainbow for iris Monday night. Miss Ruth Ann Greer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amol M. Greer, was elected worthy associate advisor. Other elective officers are Linda Reed, charity; Linda Elmore, dope; and Susan Powell ,faith. Holdover officers are Ann Morgan, secretary, and Jackie Meng, treasurer. The new worthy advisor will name appointive officers. Installation will be open to the public at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, at Masonic Hall. Mrs. Mellor Dies GREENFIELD— Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Marshall Mellor of Louisville, Ky., widow of Marshall Mellor, a former resident of Greenfield. Mrs. Mellor had visited frequently in Greenfield. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD— Mrs. Eleanore Mitchell has left for Davenport, Iowa, where she will serve as resident director at St. Katherine's School for Girls and will also serve as director of publicity. Mrs. Mitchell visited during the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. Don R. Plumb, and family in Bettendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Witt have returned home after a visit with relatives in Makaskia, Kan. Mrs. Edward V. Long, of Washington, D. C., has been spending several days with her mother, Mrs. R. G. Secor. Mrs. A. S. Edwards of Moline is spending a week with her cousin, Mrs. M. D. Bartin, and Mr Barton. Mr. and Mrs. W. R Tweston and son have returned to their home in Birmingham, Mich, after a visit with Mrs. Tweston's parents, Mr. an Mrs. Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nell accompanied their daughter, Kristen, to Columbia, Mo., during the weekend, where she has enrolled for a four-year course in nursing. Mrs. Agnes Penrod, mother of Mrs. David Carlson, of Manhattan, Kan., has moved to Greenfield and will serve as office man ager for her son-in-law, Dr. Carlson, at the veterinary clinic. cause Aetna Insurance Co. re-1 gently cancelled out the city's workman's compensation and gen eral liability insurance. The heaviest claims against the city grew out of claims stemming from the city trash and garbage collection department. This department, is expected to be abolished if a private hauler is retained at a meeting of the City Council Sept. 17. Ninety per cent of workmen's compensation claims during a 18- month period came from the city's garbage and refuse pickup de- jartment. During the past two years, 40 claims were made on workman's compensation and 13 claims were submitted to the insurance company for falls and other sidewalk accidents. Foutch Webb insurance agency was awarded the city general li- Mary Ann Oros, East Alton. Mrs. Nellie Mielke, 2911 Hillcrest Celeste Jones, Roxana. Alfred Dumez, Wilsonville. Maryann Barnes, East Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Phillis Manescalco, E. Alton Mrs. Dianna Harris, 306 Dorris. Barbara Street, Alton. Elizabeth Springman, 425 Belleview. Gregory Cannedy, Roxana. Mrs. Harriette Wiist, Godfrey. Mrs. Vera Marks, 1511 Carter. Mrs. Wanetta. Bodine, 1524 Jersey Richard Lee, 325 E. Third. Robert Parkes, East Alton. Mrs. Laura Evans, S. Roxana. Mrs. Cecilia Mueller, Bunker Hill James Phillis, East Alton. Lewis Anthrobus, East Alton. ability insurance at a special council meeting at a yearly premium $2,994.47. Another agency asked for the same premium but did not have a local claim service. The general liability policy will not cover sidewalks and the swimming pool which were previously covered by Aetna. Bob Elliot of Wood River State Farm Agency will insure the city's automoibles for a yearly pre mium of $2,291.95. The premium is $60 higher than the lowest insurance bid submitted, but the State Farm policy included a non- cancellable clause. A low bidder who will insure the city for money and securities is Biggerstaff Agency for a three- year premium of $376.11. Bloemker Insurance will insure the city's plate glass for $167.86 a year, the low bid. Survey on Consumer Habits Will Be Made at Wood River WOOD RIVER — A consumer] buyer habits survey, the last of three surveys being made by Southern Illinois University's Community Development Service for Wood River business houses, will begin Sept. 19 Bailey Williams, SIU community consultant said today. The buying habits survey is being made to determine what improvements can be made in downtown Wood River. A five per cent cross section of names listed in the community directory will be personally contacted by volunteers from clubs and organizations in the area. The results of the three surveys along with other data will be used by the downtown merchants to better serve their customers and to strengthen this segment of communuity life. The study is being sponsored by the downtown Wood River merchants and the Wood River Chamber of Commerce. The community development service of Southern Uli nois University was asked to help with this project and is acting as consultant for it. All data gathered will be tabulated by the university and pre sented in report form to the community. Individual replies will be confidential, only the tabulation of all the data will be released. Harden Talks to Cottage Hills PTA COTTAGE HILLS — Activities and plans for the coming school year in Bethalto Community Unit 8 were explained to members of the Cottage Hills Grade School PTA Tuesday night by Kermit L. Harden, superintendent. Harden also introduced all the teachers at the school, who were presented gifts from the PTA. William Swift, president of the group, said definite plans for the PTA's year will be announced at next month's meeting. East Alton to Get New Tennis Court EAST ALTON—A tennis court being constructed by the East Alton Exchange Club, will be donated to the Village recreation department, it was announced at the club's meeting Tuesday evening. Cost of the project is approximately $2,160. The Alton Exchange Club will be hosts for the district meeting on Sept. 19, it was announced. w^ — I 249 padded! ^B^^^^^j|[^aH|M£5>SBgBiHBSiL^Mp^^piB^ BMBHiH ^ Ha *" select from 3 fine carpets . • • • >i _<^_ _._^J B! M •«•!«* uAtiMi BUY W m" m.«u P r.m.M,. .nd wtatrtr V«u '*<•'«,. "P <•» SS will b« Uld, w»ll »o w«H. on fin» qu«l»Y Pid*»i. w»n we iMtilbHo*. Mtkt ypur cholM «»d ««H ui new. Hn. q M lity 100% virgin wod III popuUf htoM« Mdui* TwMdt «N| plain, in 16 dieowfw fuhlM wlon. fefr. 100% plMj* «•» «yloi. w"h *"P •»«•«< «* o«y wH *ppMf*»M. 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The maneuver equalizes warping from sun and wind. the Oct. 5 Illinois-Northwestern college football game at the University of Illinois, as a "husband and wife" outing, when the group held a luncheon meeting Monday in Skaggs Steak House. Dr. Maurice Woli, chairman of general arrangements, reported a bus has been chartered to provide transportation for the event. It was voted to enter the District attendance and membership contest. G. O. DeAtley was named chairman. A report was heard on the Ladies Night picnic and outing at the Torch Club Grounds Saturday. Mrs. Louis Camp, pitcher supported by her husband as catcher, defeated the team headed by Mrs. Jim Baker, pitcher, and Frank Panyic in the "fun" soft ball game. Officers and committee chairmen will attend the district workshop to be held at Worden Thursday, Richard Judson, president, reported. Attending the meeting were 51 members and five guests: Gene Ahlmeyer, Clyde Hutton, Joe Cannon, Bob Jones and Dr. Ray Mathews. 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BUTTERWORTH'S SYRUP, 5c Off . . . . 57c CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK • • • • • 3 Cam 41C I RttfAKEMIX > ^••rzxty&'.V'x*^ IGA Pancake FLOUR L* 25' Clearfield Sliced American Clearfleld Sliced American Clearfield Ole Natural Clearfleld Ole Natural Sharp Cheese — VVoofl Pack or 16-oz. ... Pkg. 01 8-oz. ... Pkg. 8-oz. ... Pkg. 24.... Oz. 57c 29c 39c 93c IGA FLOUR 5,'! 39c TASTV DIET PEACH PRESERVES OR GRAPE JELLY , 2 X 59c IGA EARLY JUNE PEAS 3<;159c IGA CLING—Sliced or tfolves PEACHES . . . . 4 £ T NIBLETS CORN 2 X2 29c IGA PINEAPPLE-ORANGE JUICE 2 c^ 69c IGA PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ..... 2 c';r 59c IGA LIQUDD DETERGENT . . . '•• 49e PUSH-BUTTON BOMBS GAMiCIDE . . . . MAGIC—Meal or Cubes DOG FOOD . . 25 89c Lb. $ I 89 Bag I IGA DELUXE—Reg. or Drip COFFEE . . . 3,';$1.69 INSTANT—(lOc OFF) NESCAFE ... Jar 6-oz. 79c IGA SNO KREEM SHORTENING , 3 £ Ho IGA FRESH FROZEN FOODS MORTON Beef—Chicken—Turkey POT PIES for IGA CRINKLE CUT Potatoes MINIT POTATO PANCAKES . . 29c U.S. GRADE "A" FANCY SEALED SWEET ORANGE JUICE 12 Oz. 49* IGA TABLE FHESH FOODS FRESH IDAHO PURPLE PLUMS 30-lb. Ctn. . . . $2.99 • A Tasty tree-ripened freestone Italian Prune variety. Peak of Harvest. Now's time for home-canning! FRESH CALIFORNIA THOMPSON Easy-to-eat large sweet white clusters! SEEDLESS GRAPES 2 39c FRESH CALIF. Luscious smooth Gold King's! NECTARINES 2 39c FRESH ILLINOIS RED JONATHAN APPLES 4,!,49c FRESH GOLDEN CALIFORNIA BARTLETT PEARS 2 39c FLAV-R-PAK liKAND — INSTANT POTATOES 2,-,::;; 33c liuch package makes 15 3-oz. servings of delicious mashed potatoes! Bethalto IGA Super Market 126 S, Pralrit Bethalto 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Dally Except Friday Open •Til 8:00 PJO. STAHL'S IGA Market Fostirburg Open 7 A.M. to 7 PJU. Dally CAMPBELL'S IGA Market 614 M, Delmar Hartford Open 6:80 A.M. to 5:80 PJVI. Dally CHARLIE'S IGA Market 301 Sinclair So, Roxana Store Hours: 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. Daily 6th ST. SUPER IGA Market 6 So, 6th St. Wood River Store Hours: 8 to 6 DaUy Except Thurs. and Fri. Open to 7 P.M. We Reserve the Right To limit

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