Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 25, 1972 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, August 25, 1972
Page 6
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A«6 Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, August 25, 1972 In and out of area hospitals Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS John L. Ray, Bunker Hill Robert Scott Tuetken, 2229 Central Margaret Klass, Meppen Lonis Garner, 946 Douglas Mrs. Betty Allen, Cottajw Hills Mrs. Marsha King, 2708 Residence Jeffrey Hovey, Woood River Mrs. Jean Collins, Godfrey Mrs. Mable Barnett, East Alton John Stark, East Alton Melton Thomas, 211 Dooley Dr. Mrs. Rosalee Huntsman, 518 Washington Craig Cain, Bethalto Catherine Erb, Edwardsville Mrs. Mary Hosey, Godfrey Thomas Carter, Belhalto Louise Heyen, 2321 Fairview Dr. Diane Cummings, Dow, HI Allen Hanner, 1225 Clawson DISMISSALS Mrs. Nancy Dolan, Cottagd Hills Mrs. Virginia Silze, South Roxana Mrs. Donna Moung, Jerseyville Mrs. Norma Flat), Hartford Emma Knight, 2830 HMerest Eugene Bensman, 4128 Alby Delancey Smith, 904 Milnor Robert Burress, East Alton Lauren Brown, Normandy. Mo. Gilbert Seagraves, East Alton Harold Dillon, Brighton David Hartwell, Wood River Pearl Waltz, South Roxana Sandra Tiller, South Roxana Delbert Allen, Dow Tracy Bogard, R. 1 Box 280 Monica Ralston, 3306 Henrietta Richard Evering, Fieldon Ann Kunick, Granite City Linda Nealy, Edwardsville Edward Cox, 804 Herbert Dirk Camp, R. 1 Box 135 Norbert Runtz, Godfrey Ralph Cox, R. R. 1 Box 18 Clare Clapsaddle, East Alton Troy Smith, Moro Mrs. Mary Ann Miller, 3721 Franor Thomas Cope, Box 631 R. 1 Michelle Taylor, East Alton Dorothy Biasiolo, South Roxana St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS John Boiling, 2302 Humbert Harry Chambers, Benton, Ky. Tanner Compton, Edwardsville Gerald DeLozier, Granite City Mrs. Mary Hill, East Alton Nonie Lyons, 6 East 6st Street Dennis Manning, Grafton Michelle Tuetken, East Alton Mrs. Jane Wyman, West Alton Mo. Connie Vohradsky, 2467 Seminary John Cichlar, 3863 Berkeley DISMISSLAS Mrs. Linda Brumley, East Alton Mrs. Marsch Cobb, Wood River Robert Cross, 917 Hampton Mrs. Dorothy Deck, Bethalto Jess Dunlap, 1114 Adams Court Freida Edwards, 905 Market St. Mrs. Jean Hill, Wood River Mrs. Opal Hohmann, 702 Washington Ave. Mrs. Willie Belle Northern, 942 Union St. Robert Slack, 924 Market St. Jack Spitzner, 249 Madison Mrs. Adeline Tutt, 219 Allt-n St. Louis Vahle, Jerseyville Mrs. Mary Hill East Alton Tyra Smith, EdwardsvMe Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Larry Porter, Alton Raymond Schmidt, Mt. Olive Eurel Hanner, East Alton Mrs. Alma Duvall, Bethalto John Binney, South Roxana Harold Breden, 228 Whitelaw DISMISSALS Mrs. Jessie Laubscher, 909 Wilson Mrs. Mamie Higgins, 8 S. Main Mrs. Stella Smith, Hartford Lawrence Ball. Alton Mrs. Doris Hughes, East Alton Mrs. Tonette McKune, 61 E. Lorena Debra Oliva, 613 Grove Mrs. Sandra Stassi, Bunker Hill Buel Hicks, 804 Lincoln Mrs. Catherine Pilger, East Alton 1823 264 St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS James 0. Clare Jr., Belhalto Mrs. Inez Shewmake, WooJ River Rtbecca Elliott, 719 E. 5th St. John Jordan, 2116 Coutry Club Dr. Jotui Tonsor, 925 College Ave Paul Brown, Grafton James Kevin Charley, Bethalto j Mi's. Verna Irene Edwards, Wood River Mrs. Beiilnh Wankel, Woo;! River Mrs. Blanche McCarthy, Wood River Mrs. Lynn Belchik, Godfrey Tamma Jackson, 1801 BeLe St. Mrs. Catherine Irene Hoene, 3100 Humbert Rd. Lloyd Chambers, East Alton DISMISSALS Mrs. Grace Ketterer, Crest Dr. Bernard Garvey, Godfrey Mrs. Lawrence Glynn, Dooley Dr. Dona Frost, Jerseyville Sherry Harris. 30!) George St. Steven Stoner, Cottage Hills Otto Schmidt, Edwardsville Mrs. Cheryl Nash, Bethalto Troy Gipson, 2301 Salu St. Jersey Coin in unity ADMISSIONS Elmer Schlceper, Brussels Stella Ford, Jerseyville Barbara Lakin, Carrollton Wilma Daniels, Grafton Russell Davidson, Jerseyville Philip Adcrton, Hardin Jeff Bredtn, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Gary Laird, Grafton Eva Campbell, Jerseyville Linda Roberts, Jerseyville Amil Darr, Jerseyville Margaret Klaas, Meppen Ross Hancock, Jerseyville Stannton Community ADMISSIONS Rosa Gencttl, Gillespie David Park, Benld Victoria Hainaut, Staunton Louis Garbolino, Staunton Ann Polo, Gillespie Helen Johnson, Hartford DISMISSALS Anna Chekotowsky, Staunton David Volentine, Edwardsvillo Marilyn Zupsich, Mt. Olive Joseph Skertich, Staunton Paul Schlechte, Alhambra Arlie Hensley, Staunton Gladys Molinar, Wilsonville Ellsworth Parish, Sr. Sawyerville Margaret Bonifer, Staunton St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Harold Schindewolf, Rte. 2, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Karen Tilashalskl, Rte. 3, Edwardsville CarlinviHe Area ADMISSIONS Carol Noble, Wood River DISMISSALS Mary Ellen Heinz, Carlinville St. Francis (Utchfield) Cecil S. Presnell, Gillespie Patricia A. Maxvill, Staunton Lena Harrison, Carlinville John L. Trettenero, Staunton DISMISSALS Cheryl Shannon, Benld Lisa Vegher, Worden Dean A. Vegher, Worden Willie A. Brown, Shipman Boyd Memorial (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Marie Kritz, Hillview Frank Stablow, Piasa Joseph Gempp, Greenfield Mrs. Memie Davidson, Carrollton Bryan Phelps, Brighton Mrs. Lorraine Schofield, Carrollton Mrs. Lily ('rum, Rockbridge Linda Mayberry, Carrollton DISMISSALS Everette Battv, Greenfield Mrs. Mary Kibble, Ilettick Linda SclinelUm, Greenfield 1st legion card stolen CHICAGO (AP) - When a pickpocket lifted John J. Wicker's wallet shortly after the World War I veteran arrived from Richmond, Va., for the American Legion convention, he got $100 in cash, a few travelers' checks and the first 1-egion card ever issued. Wicker. 78, a past national commander of the Legion, had just stepped off a bus from O'Hare International Airport when his wallet was stolen, Wicker's wife said Wednesday. She said her husband was one of the Legion's founders, and carried card No. 1 of Post No. 1 of the Legion. Wicker is the only surviving founder, she said. Mrs. Wicker said the card is irreplaceable, but neither she nor her husband harbor any hard feelings about Chicago. "People couldn't have been lovlier," she said. MIZERANY PAT RILEY WAREHOUSE OF APPLIANCES MIZERANY-PAT RIL CONSOLIDATION SALE Admiral Almost 21 Cu. Ft. With lei Maker 3 Door Oilux Freezer Refrigerator $ 469 ADMIRAL Dual-Temp [Refrigerator Freezer 195 Over 17 Cu. Ft. OPEN 10AM TO 9PM EVERYDAY —MONDAY THRU SATURDAY OPEN TODAY MIZERANY & PAT RILEY WAREHOUSE of Hotpoint CHEST FREEZER APPLIANCES OUR WAREHOUSE IS DESIGNED TO SELL DIRECT TO THE PUBLIC Something new is happening in Illinois! The 3 big Mizerany & Pat .Riley Appliance stores are consolidating into one gigantic Ware- 1 house of Appliance show room, selling direct to the public! You'll find over 15,000 square feet of top brand major appliances! Joe< Mizerany "the founder and president of Mizerany Appli. Co. &< •Pat Riley" decided on this new concept of appliance merchandising, of letting you come right into the warehouse for a complete ^election, with no fancy frills and high overhead has been reduced to make the price the lowest ever and even lower if you take it .with you. We also deliver and financing can be arranged on the I spot. All merchandise sold will be backed by factory service if] needed. Dealers are welcome but we ask you to sign in at the door as you enter. GENERAL ELECTRIC 12" PERSONAL T.V, ft *»'" WITH PHONE EAR JACK FRICIDAIRE JET ACTION I-18 WASHER ADMIRAL CHEST FREEZER Large Family Size too GIBSON CU. FT. tt UPRIGHT FREEZER ^248' R.C.A XLIOO COLOR TV \\ SOLID STATE 21-Inch Screen 25" R.C.A. COLOR CONSOLE LARGEST SELECTION LOWEST PRICE ANYWHERE IN THE MIDWEST! 13Cu. Ft. DUAL-TEMP NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR • Freezer safe storage for 152 Ibs. of food • 2 Door shelves $19995 ^5=s^^^ Whirlpool Zenith 23" COLOR TV CONSOLE HOTPOINTTTT NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR JL ••«•• ONLY 30Vi" WIDE WITH. ICE MAKER WHITE ONLY • AFC-Auto- matlc fine- tuning control • TITAN 80 handeraft- ed chassis • Sunshine R Color picture tube • Super video range tuner Automatic WASHER Heavy Duty 2 Speed 2 Cycle Washer $168 \ 17 Cu. Feet Deluxe Safe Zero-Degree Storage New Feaiurei & Interior Convenience. HOT POINT ' Heavy Duty WASHER 2 SPEED 3 CYCLE o II \ MAGIC CHEF DELUXE . GAS RANGE Now Jut* 195 8,000 BTU AIR CONDITIONER HOTPOINT 14 CU. Refrigerator- Freezer WITH ICE (MAKER 195 *** 18" ZENITH COLOR TV TABLE MODEL $469 95 GET 'EM WHILE THEY'RE HOT CONTINUOUS CLEAN RCA COLOR TV 14" Portable COMPUTER CRAFTED The GRADUATE 195 US-Volt cools and dehumidifies for roomwide comfort. 5 year warranty. Hotpoint |95 30 INCH QUICK CLEAN TEFLON RANGE $209 95 Admiral 18 INCH Black & White Portable TV With Stand $11995, HOTPOINT I 24 CU. FT. Side By Sid* Deluxe Ref. WHITE ONLY 100 HOTPOINT I8LB. JUMBO DRUM DRYER 195 RCA CONSOLE COLOR TV 23" Big Serein Consoli Computer Designed 100 1401 VAUGHN ROAD WOOD RIVER FREE PARKING NEXT TO THE SAV-MART STORE FORMERLY THE KROGER STORE AIR CONDITION WAREHOUSE For Your Comfort

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