Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 23, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, September 23, 1963
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t*AOE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1963 Hospital Notes St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mra. Margaret Seller, 110 Henry. William Perry, Rte. 1. East Alton Unfold Killion, 2301 Washington. John Wagoner, 1004 E. Seventh. William Seaton, 837 Leslie, Wood River. Charles Daniels, 2615 Yager. Frelda Schultz, Rte. 5, Edwardsville. Ittorla Jennings, 228 Hamilton. Sre. Betty Cairns, 823 E. Fourth, fr*. Atin Siemer, 925 Pearl. Ronald Lawrence Jr., Rte. 3, Jerseyville. FVed Holmes, 1712 Bozza. 'Oscar McPherson. 610 E. Eighth. Mrs. Evelene Hamilton, 171 S. Pence, East Alton. |ffi%. Laurettea Buchanan, 2446 VShenvood Terrace. SURGICAL -Miss Vonnie Hahn, 2110 Holland. Mfs. Hazel Brown, Bethalto. *irs. Ruth Ash, 1317 Easton. Judith Hill, Rte. 1, Edwardsville. JSmily I. Powell, 1327 E. Fifth. •Mrs. Angelina Herter, Batchtown Kenneth Brockman, 238 Seventh, ;£;$Vbod River. Rdscoe Davenport, Cottage Hills. DISMISSALS Mrs. Theresa Benner, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Ida Ellis, Hartford. Mrs. Elinor Hawkins, 3294 Hawthorne. • Mrs. Dorris Hausman, Rte. 1, Chesterfield. Mrs. Judith Krpan, Rte. 1, Moro. Mrs. Ramna Lombardo, 3628 Western. William Mason, East Alton. Mrs. Helen Moore, Hartford. Mrs. Doris Raymond, Rte. 1, Dow Miss Patricia Rende, 3839 Horn. Mrs. Charlotte Roose, East Alton Miss Joan St. Peters, 1806 State. Mrs. Pearl Shackles, Fidelity. Wayman Stewart, 2201 Sycamore. Mrs. Dolores VanHoy, 1902 Archer Marion Bausily, 917 Rock. Richard Branham, Hardin. Mrs. Letha Camp, 3103 Mission Frank Carston, East Alton. Miss Mildred Cope, Jerseyville. Frank Fukery, 1016 Union. Mrs. Annette Gallina, Edwards ville. Mrs. Ida Hardwick, 912 Wash ington. Mrs. Annabelle Hermann, Wood River. Harry Horstmann, Godfrey. Miss Sharon Johnson, East Alton Mrs. Nettie King, 14 Sullivan. David McClintock, East Alton. Mrs. Lottie Miller, 1808 Belle. James Phillips. 2334 State. Paul Rogers, 1224 E. Fourth. Mrs. Cora Shewmake. 524 Anderson. Mrs. Norma Siglock, 3820 Omega Charles Whyers, East Alton. Mrs. Carole Wyatt, 1118 Garden Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Terry Willis, Jerseyville. Martin Meyer, Golden Eagle. DISMISSALS Cooper Frederick, Granite City. Philip Aderton, Hardin. Mrs. Margaret Chappell, Jerseyville. Mrs. Gene Johns, White Hall. Mrs. Robert Weishaupt, Fieldon Ralph Wilson, Jerseyville. Daniel McNear, Jerseyville. Mrs. Ida Jackson, Jerseyville. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Larry Sealock, Nebo. Mrs. Rosemary Lee, East Alton. Gary Cooper, Brighton. Mrs. Martha Harlow, East Alton. Clarence McNairy, 1330 Monroe. Mrs. Frances May, 3006 Horn. Mrs. Lucille Van Home, Godfrey. Charles Welch, 718 Langdon. Brenda McFariand, 1527 Maupin. Mrs. Marie Lagemann, E. Alton. Mrs. Grace Smith, 231 Hamilton. Lettie Richter, Kampsville. Mrs. Madaline Annette, 3329 PEARL MARKET FIRST-OF-THE-WEEK GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK 4 '/ 2 GAL CARTONS New, Improved Food Wrap 29c Value HANOI WRAP . . 2 45c CHABMIN TOILJET TISSUE . 4 J£! 29c LEAN MEATY SPARERIBS 3 Lbs, and Down— Lb. FRESH SAUERKRAUT . 2' 25c LEAN BOILED HAM .... 12 ' 49c NANCY HALL SWEET POTATOES Peek 39° JONATHAN APPLES \ bushel liZ9 PEARL MARKET 835 CENTRAL ALTON PH. 462-2832 New Florida Fink GRAPEFRUIT 5 for 35C Brown. Drborah Huish, 1020 Wallace. Clarence Hale, 2303 Hale Dr. John McCormick, Peoria. SURGICAL Mrs. Pearl Martin, Cottage Hills Eddie R. Coffman, 1136 Long. Maurice Fuller, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Lorena Beasley, Grafton. John Herlel, Worden. Thurman McRoy, Godfrey. Garrick Brown, East Alton. Mrs. Rosemary Vitale, 528 E. 7th Sharon Friedel, Bethalto. Edmond Reed, South Roxana. Jeffery Tepen, Hardin. Michael Beckham, 3412 Bolivar. DISMISSALS Mrs. Gertrude Gilbert, 1824 Kennedy. Mrs. Sylvia Lumpkins, 235 Madison. Mrs. Marie Harrington, 2517 Elizabeth. Mrs. Bculah Pruett, Pana. Mrs. Carolyn Foster, Grafton. Mrs. Ethel Shanks, East Alton. Brenda Northcutt, 2710 Residence Lavance Henderson, 18 Sullivan. Mrs. Mary Gefferts, Wood River. John Show, 3304 Mayfield. Michael Morrisey, Edwardsville. Mrs. Eva Zeissek, East Alton. Mrs. Roberta Orrill, East Alton. Mrs. Roberta Orrill, 1112a McKinley. Miles Wilhelm, Godfrey. Mrs. Lilly Honey, 2523 Union School Road. Mrs. Carol Lemons, 2811 Viewland. Eddie Coffman, 1136 Long. Mrs. Janice Conkright, Edwardsville. Mrs. Ingrid Howes, Edwardsville Mrs. Imogene Hammons, Moro. Mrs. JoAnn Admire, Godfrey. Curtis Campbell, 3306 College. Harry Scheldt, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Alberta Braden, East Alton. Mrs. Kathleen Hiatt, 2129 Norside Mrs. Jessie Helens, East Alton. Melisa Kay and Brian Terry, Cottage Hills. James Hartwick, 1812 Park. Walter Fraise, 3707 Coronado. Mary Davis, Godfrey. George Gustin, East Alton. George Williams, Alton. Frank Snider, Bethalto. Mrs. Ada Wyman, 2223 Judson. Ivan Wells, Alton. Anthony Jones, 3052 Paul. Lee Walters, 1823 Main. Mrs. Valerie Hancock, Cottage Hills. Nancy Burns, 1215 Diamond. Joan Calhoon, East Alton. Mrs. Edith Scdggins, 231 Madison Thomas Swann, Bethalto. Jeffrey Johnson, East Alton. Cynthia Knipping, South Roxana. Edgar Reynolds, Moro. Mrs. Addie Witt, Jerseyville. Mrs. Janet Warren, Roxana. Mrs. Norma Hanks, 213 Allen. Mrs. Betty Davis, East Alton. Mrs. Anna Walston, Hartford. Henry Wolf, East Alton. Mrs. Ida Smith, Eldorado. Mrs. Anna Lauck, 418 Jefferson Samuel Forsee, 3504 Biscayne. John Erickson, East Alton. Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Jean Stanley, 45 Eckhard. Vickie R. Gregory, 413 Douglas, East Alton. Mrs. Betty Hmurovich, Cottage Hills. Frank Easter, Cottage Hills. Cenneth Hicks, Hartford, liram Landreth, Bethalto. Mrs. Mary Rose, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Fern McCord, 141 Tenth. Senjamin Hopper, R£. 1, Bethalto Mrs. Esther NosconB, Hartford. : SURGICAL Mrs. Loretta Lippard, West Al ton, Mo. Mrs. Katheryn Wheeler, Rte. 1, Moro. Earl Champlin, 912 Willard, Alton Mrs. Rosella Priiitt, 3108 Trum ble, Alton. Mrs. Joyce Pruitt, Cottage Hills Barbara Harbaugh, 515 Winkler Robert Braden, Roxana. DISMISSALS VTrs. Thelma Kohler, East Alton Mrs. Olivia Cain, Hartford. Mrs. Willa Belangee, Bethalto. Larry Fudurich, 152 Jennings. Mrs. Marie Webb, 2834 Residence Mrs. Arleta Holladay, East Alton regory Walker; 431 Evans. VTichael Grimsley, East Alton. Mrs. Katheryn Wheeler, Moro. Shelby Grindstaff, Cottage Hills Mrs. Brenda Barrish, 2807 Grand view, Alton. Aloys Trosley, Rte. 1, Moro. Ronald Frailey, 517 S. 12th. TOP STUDENT NURSE Miss Jean Frerker, of Collinsville and a student nurse at Belleville Junior College School of Nursing was named the "Student Nurse of the Year" at a Nurses' Assn. Shown with her is Mrs. Ann Johnson, president of the 10th district. Schools of nursing in meeting in East Alton of the 10th district, Illinois Alton are in the 10th district. Bruised in Fall Off Grocery Cart An East Alton boy, Brad Fallin, 22 months old, suffered bruises to his forehead in a fall from a grocery cart Saturday. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fallin, 109 Cardot, he w a s treated at Alton Memorial Hospital and released. ATHENS — Nine refrigeration plants are to build in Greece. West Junior PTA To Meet Teachers Tuesday Night West Junior High School PTA will have an organizational meeting and "Meet the Teachers" night Tuesday beginning at 7:30 in the West library, reported Tom Hutchinson, PTA president. Parents are invited but students are not he said . A business meeting will be held. Plans for the coming year will be discussed and P officers and committee heads will be introduced. All teachers will be presentee at that time, and afterward the group will break up and teachers will be in their rooms so parents may visit them and get acquainted, he said. The group will reassemble at 9 p.m. in the school cafeteria for refreshments. Wrong Game COPENHAGEN — A Danish tennis champion has been told by his doctor to give up the game as it has always been detrimental to his health. 15% DISCOUNT ON ALL CASH & CARRY RUG & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING at— SUPERIOR CARPET CLEANERS 1638 Main St. — 465-2523 BERN — Swiss bankers report concern over gold prices. ' NOW YOU HAVE A CHOICE between MAYTAG and WESTINGHOUSE NEW MAYTAGS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO SERVE YOU! REMEMBER ALTON PLAZA Shopping Center Mrs. Nellie Lawrence, Worden. Howard Churchwell, East Alton. Mrs. Maud Schreier, 403 Penning Roger Wilson, East Alton. Reavis Autery, Bethalto. Jeffery Eastham, Hartford. SALE! BRYANT GAS FURNACE! 100,000 BTU * Complete with \ New Ducts, *r Wiring and Plumbing! Installed . . ONLY 495 No Ups! S & H HEATING 1279 W. 9TH ST. DIAL 465-7706 FREE -1,250 EAGLE STAMPS EVERY TIME YOU FILL OWE OF THESE "BONUS" CARDS from NATIONAL! No Limit To the Number of Cards You Can Fill This offer is a bonus: You still get the Eagle Stamps you normally receive and our low price policy has not changed. HERE'S ALL YOU DO: For every $5.00 purchase (excluding tobaccos or milk products) you make at National thru November 16, 1963 you will receive a bonus seal to fit one of the spaces on the card you received through the mail or have gotten from your National Food Store. If your purchase totals $10.00 you receive 2 seals; if your purchase totals $26.00 you receive 5 seals, etc. When your card is completely . filled, take it to your National Food Store and you will receive 1,200 Eagle Stamps absolutely free! There's no limit to the stamps you can get. If you have not received a "Bonus" Card through the mail, pick-up one at any friendly National Food Store listed above. NATIONAL FOOD. STORES 306 Delmar, N. Alton. 337 E. Ferguson, Wood River Eastgate Plaza Educational Value /or the Entire Family THE MOST REMARKABLE BOOK OFFER EVER MADE! THE GOLDEN TREASURY OF KNOWLEDGE Educational Value tor the A New Concept in Education ??? Brand New Up-To-Date Information nui V Special "How To Do Research" Section • _ ~ All F A* Glorious Full Color On Every Page Others ^'l Over 2,000 Comprehensive Illustrations W W A complete 16 volume set 1 for less than $10.00 ($9.24) Each U. S. GOV'T. GRADED CHOICE, CENTER CUT CHUCK STEAKS Lb, 49* U S Gov't. Graded Choice I Swift's Premium Sweet Smoke Flavor PLATE BOILING BEEF «*15o I PIECE BACON . . > 39c DAWN DEW FRESH CAULIFLOWER - 25' RED OR COLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES . , , . < 19c POWDERED, BROWN OR DARK BROWN C&H SUGAR 2 ^ 29" WITH COUPON REDEEM THISCOUPON FOB , SO EXTRA EAGLE STAMPS <£ t When You Purchase a ) i/j-I-l>. Pkg. of Wafer Sliced BONE BOILED HAM Redeemable at Your Friendly National Food Store Offer Expire! Wednesday, Sept. IfcCS Powdered, Brown or Dark Brown (3) C & H SUGAR 2 {&. 290 with thl* coupon and a »1.M additional purchase or more excluding fresh milk product*. Redeem- ubie ut your friendly National Food Store. Offer expire* Wednesday, Sept. Win, family. TUP one coupon to a PRICES GOOD THROUGH WEDNESDAY, SiPTIMBIR 25TH You'll discover a lot of unused items around the house are... When you convert them to CASH with a TELEGRAPH WANT AD! Call 465-6641 friendly ad taker will *' . 465-65115 P.M. to 8 A.M.

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