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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1963 Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MEDICAL Kdwnrd Williams, .Terseyvillle Y. R. MacDougal, Edwnrdsville Mrs. Alberto Nichols. East Alton KtiRpno Dudley, Statinfon Milton Smith, 1825 Washington Mrs, Naoma Afflark, Godfrey Thomas Karlas, East Alton Mrs. Blanche Springer. Easl Alton Mrs Myrtle Ford. Brighton Paul Manley. Cottage Hills Douglas Ford, Godfrey Charles Ripplcy, 601 Belle Floyd Raglin, 1901 Swift Debra Schwnrberg, Hartford SURGICAL Edward Blair, 201 Longfellow Marie Klein, Moro Mrs. Shirley Hill, Cottage Hills Mrs. Betty Fedrick, Brighton DISMISSALS Garrick Brown, East Alton Mrs. Virginia Hausman, Wood 1 River Gerris Can-oil, 3203 AJby Ruth Clendenny, Hamburg Jeffery Tepen, Hardin Sharon Friedel. Bethalto Franklin Grubbs, Hamburg Mrs. Blanche Buttry, East Alton John McCormick, Peoria Gary Cooper, Brighton Mrs. Margaret Houchlei, Detroit Edmond Reed, South Roxana Mrs. Dorothy Weaver, 3207 Edsal James F. Hughes, Rte. 1, Brighton Ronald E. Bock Jr., 5425 Humbert DISMISSALS Mrs. Roda Bus.se, 608 Belle Kenneth L. Brockman, 238 7th, Wood River Mrs. Dorothy Dorsey, Elkhart, Ind. Thomas A. Doly, Hartford Orvall Ewing, 406 Washington East Alton Mrs. Judith Fuller, Florrisant Mo. Mrs. Roberta M. Hendy, Rte. 1, Godfrey Mrs. Vera M. Hewitt, Rte. 1, Jerseyville Raymond Libbra, Livingston Arthur A. Lovell, Bunker Hill Mrs. Dolores D. Miller, % 1313 Harold Miss Carole L. Ray 801 Hawley C. Louis Schelm, Brighton Miss Kim A. Smith, 1313 Harold Mrs. Suzanne Springman, 442 Bluff Mrs. Elaine Stell, 621% Liberty Mrs. Juanita Williams, 1321 Taylor Mrs. Evelyn I. Witt, 3652 Western Jersey Community "MEDICAL Mrs. Joe Spring, Hamburg Mrs. Marvin Drainer, Grafton Mrs. James Hanneken, East Alton Elmer Campion, Jerseyville Mrs. Terry Willis, Jerseyville Mrs. Tillie Meseke, Golden Eagle Ernest Crone, Jerseyville Mrs. Eddie Pyatt, Jerseyville Miss Barbara Wisdom, Jerseyville James Tucker, Jerseyville Mrs. Jacob Gettings, Eldred SURGICAL Roger Sievers, Meppen Al Isringhausen, Fieldon Mrs. Roscoe Shaw, Jerseyville Miss Etta Matthews, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Michael Rolando, Jerseyville Roger Sievers, Meppen Louis Taviner, Hardin Pamela Stanton, Jerseyville St. Joseph's MEDICAL James A. Martin, 122 Rosewood Lane, Wood River Angelo Ragusa, 213 Don-is Olive L. Wilhold, Edwardsville Mrs. Mary J. Bivens, 88 Sullivan Mrs. Cecile M. Smith, 2005 Ridge Richie Smith, 6 E. 14th Mrs. Georgie I. Maynard, 523 Kent Drive Miss Debra Lehnen, Bethalto Miss Marlys Henson, 1021 Brown Mrs. Anna Panapinto, 2310 Edmond Mrs. Cynthia E. Jones, 914 Brown SURGICAL Miss Virginia L. Brooks, Edwardsville Mrs. Margaret L. Zarecor, 416 W. 4th James L. Vinyard, 2818 Residence Mrs. Dorothy A. Walmsley, 155 Avalon, East Alton St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mary Patricia Hellrung, 440 E. 4th Mrs. Wanda Williams, 303 St. Louis, East Alton John Fritz, 1004 Marie Mrs. Mildred Gross, Rle. 2, Godfrey Mrs. Gladys Fisher, 5301 Humbert Archie Vann, 1920 Piasa Mrs. Blondeva Poindexter, 1223 Maupin Mrs. Lula Marie Arbuthnot, College Avenue Nursing Home Mrs. Marie Harris, 102 Elble Morris W. Ziegenbein, Brighton Mrs. Lottie Maguire, 1123 Easton Clinton Sanders, 554% E. Broadway Sherry Marie Watson, 3022 Belle Mrs. Verna L. Lister, 341 Lindemvood James W. Wisnasky, 4018 Aberdeen William Cardot, 120 Tomlinson, East Alton Mrs. Venantius Bettag, 518 Bowman, East Alton John Cosco, 39 W. Mather DISMISSALS Fred G. Schuster, Bethalto Elza F. Beavers, Cottage Hills Mrs. Jennie Desse, Bethalto Mrs. Dorothy Walker, 448 Bluff Mrs. Betty D. Green, Jerseyville Robert Ralph Knepler, Jacksonville Mrs. Marie Larnpert, 1127 Warren Mrs. Pearl Marie Martin, Cottage Hills Harold Huber, 2502 North Rodgers Mrs. Dorothy'J. Sims, 600 Glass Mrs. Gladys McKinney, Bethalto Mrs. Imogene Fincher, Cottage Hills Mrs. Beverly Leigh, 66 Northmore PI., East Alton Mrs. Nellie J. Counsil, 320 Lorena, Wood River Avoid the Rush/ Call Us Now for ... ORIENT Furnace Lump & Stoker COAL Prompt Clean Delivery. Also Complete Fuel Oil Service. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY COAL GO. 462-1841 Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Clara B. Hendricks, Edwardsville Mrs. Emma D. Masterson, Cottage Hills j Robert J. Hartline, Cottage Hills Mrs. Birdine M. Wheeler, 325 Job, East Alton Mrs. Minnie A. Cook, 329 Job, East Alton Mrs. Eva I. Rethorn, 303 S. Twelfth David E. Earney, Cottage Hills Phyliss Jean Curtis, 2111 E. Madison, Wood River SURGICAL Sharon Kaye Brayman, Dorsey Clyde L. Scott, Hartford Danny Ross Merrill, 416 Broadway, Easl Alton Larry John Kleeman, Rte. 1, Moro William Allen Pleasant, 533 Park Lane James N. Pleasant, 533 Park Lane Eric Lee Pleasant, 533 Park Lane Warming Trend Hits State By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunny skies and a southeast breeze gave momentum today to a warm weather trend in Illinois Temperatures moved a bit higher into the 70s than Monday, toward 80 in the extreme southern part of the state. Most of the state had temperatures 70 or higher Monday, running up to 75 at Vandalia, Belleville and St. Louis, and 77 along the Ohio River. The southern end of the state was chilliest during the night. Vandalia's low was 39. Most minimums were in the middle and high 40s, but at Dubutnie, Rockford and Chicago they were 50. Former Resident Of Shipiiian Dies SHIPMAN - Friends and rela lives have received word of the death of Lloyd Augustine of Chico, Calif., Friday night. He was a son-in-law of Mrs. George Meier who died Saturday, He leaves his widow, Mrs. Ruby Meier Augustine, and four children. SHIPMAN — Miss Joyce Edsall, financee of Robert Simmons, was feted with a shower at the Centerville ATA hall Friday night. Hos tesses who were: Mrs. Rolland Scott, Mrs. Larry Bray, Mrs. Lawrence Bohlmeyer, Mrs. Alan Bullman, Mrs. Ben Pitman, Mrs. Roy Baker, Mrs. Homer Bohlmeyer, Mrs. William Cromwell, Mrs. Paul Quirk, Mrs. Lynn Simmermaker, Mrs. Bessie Huckel- bridge and Mrs. Billie Fraley. Wood River Township Sewer Meetings Set The Cilizens Committee for ai Economic Sewer System plan three public meetings this wee] to inform residents in Rosewooc Heights, Cottage Hills and Fores Homes the committee's views on sewers for the three areas. A referendum will be held Sat urday on the proposed sewer re venue bonds for the sewer whicl is estimated to cost $3,300,000. 0: this $965,000 will be in general ob ligation bonds. The citizens committee, not op posed to sewers, are opposed to a plan as presented by directors of Wood River Township Sanitary District. The committee will explain its view to the public at the three meetings. Tonight a meeting will be held ill Forest Homes Elementary School at 7:30 o'clock. Wednesday meeting will be held at St. Kevin's Catholic Church in Rose- vood Heights at 8 p.m. and Thursday at Cottage Hills Grade School al 8 p.m. Batchtown Couple Marks Anniversary BATCHTOWN — Mr. and Mrs. Lev Melvin Heffington observed their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon in St. Barbara's Church where they held open house. Party for Son SHIPMAN - Mr. and Mrs. Jay Alward were hosts at a party Saturday Marlyn. night for their son, Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Miss Carol Sue Breitwiser left Sunday for St. Louis where she will take public health psychiatric training in connection with her nurses training a. University of Missouri until Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kahl of Taylorville spent Sunday in the Frank and Wilbur Kahl homes. The Misses Jean Kahl, Jane Huckelbridge and James Richardson have gone to SIU in Carbondale. The OES will observe guest night Wednesday at 8 p.m. 'ning. Mrs. Edith Thomae, Mrs. Nora Schoeberle and Marguerite spent the weekend in Herrin wilh Mr. :ind Mrs. Lester Smith and Mrs. Rose A'.kin. Approximately 200 friends and relatives were in attendance. Receives Discharge BATCHTOWN — Stephen Keeton and Patrick Pohlman arrived wme Saturday after receiving heir discharge from the Army at Ft. Eustis, Va. Batchtown Notes BATCHTOWN — Mr. and Mrs. lharles Kraner of Venice are spending several days wilh Mr. Kraner's sisters, Mrs. Emma Klockenkemper, Miss Anna Kroner and Mrs. Clarence Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klocken- kemper of Alton and Mr.' and Mrs. Marchildon spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Joseph Klocken- kemper. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Loyd and family of St. Louis spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Kraut. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Heffington, Vera and Sandra Heffington of St. Louis, spent the weekend at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Huffington. Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Snyders entertained the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Monday eve- Cottage Hills Boy Suffers Burns on Leg David Erie Earney, 3, son of Mrs. Rose Iverne Earney, 25 Cottage Ave., Cottage Hills, is in Wood River Township Hospital today suffering from first and second degree bums of the left log- Mrs. Earney said the youngster received the burns Monday afternoon when he got too close :o a burning trash barrel. She said she heard the tot scream and rushed out of the house, knocked lim down and put out the fire. The youngster's leg was burned rom the instep to his hip. In other hospital news Larry Cleeman, 15, Rte. 1, Moro, suf- ered a possible fracture to his eft shoulder during football prac- ice at Bethalto High School Monday. He was admitted to the hospital for treatment. Others treated in emergency room at the hospital Monday and discharged were: Mrs. Lily Woodward, 27. Rte. 1, East Alton, for an injury lo her cervical spine afler falling down the steps at her home. Sharon K. Brayman, 11, Dorsey, who suffered a injury to her lefl hand afler catching it in Hie wringer of a washing machine. The wound required 45 slilches. Kenneth P. Webb, 4, 403 North Missouri, Soulh Roxana, for lacerations to his forehead after falling off a barbecue pit at his home. Telegraph Want Ads VCLICK" Chemical Engineers To Meet Wednesday Dr. R. N. Van Camp of the research division of Macdonnel Aircraft Corporation will speak at a meeting of the Alton - Wood River section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers at Skagg's, in Wood River on Wednesday at 7 p.m. The subject will be "Generation and Utilization of Plasma in Space Research." A dinner and business meeting will precede the speaker. Meetings of the local section, which are held monthly, are open to all interested persons. 175 Milton Youth In 'Hootenanny' Over 175 teenagers of Milton Youth Center atlended a "Hootenanny" Monday night from 7 to 9 at Mark Twain School. Music was furnished by Pete Dickerson and the "Outcasts." Refreshments were served at the gathering for all Milton area teenagers. The band will return next Monday to play from 7 to 9 at the youth center. Eleven adult sponsors attended. Roxana Explorers Visit St. Louis Nine members of Explorer Post 25 of Roxana, whose advisor is George Arnold, made the St. Louis Pilgrimage Sunday. Boys making the pilgrimage were J o h n Dosen, Gary Wallace, Larry Wallace, Bill Stratton, Tom Grange, Bob Nelson, Allen Young, Paul Howell and Bill Caldwell and advisor Arnold. Wood River Rotarians Hear Coin Collector James Cox, Roxana coin collector, told Wood River Rotarians Monday afternoon that coin collecting is a good way to learn about personal history of our country. He said the early colonists used beaver skins, tobacco, and wampum. The term two bits was developed by early Americans who used the Spanish piece of eight coin which was divided fractional portions of 12 % cents each. The first coin authorized by the federal government, Cox said, was "Fugio" cent or the "Franklin" cent which was designed by Benjamin Franklin. An interesting feature of the coin is that on one side is the phrase "United States We Are One", and on the other side is inscribed "Mind Your Own Business". The significance of both phrases has been lost with time, Cox said. The phrase "In God We Trust" seen on current coins, resulted from a request made by ministers after the Civil War. Fake gold pieces with more gold in them then the original five dollar gold piece are being made by a European country and sold in the United States, he pointed out. Since gold pieces are a collector's item, the fake coins can be sold for higher price than the original gold pieces, Cox added. Visiting Rotarians were: Newell Corson, Bernard Keeney, Ralph Luken, Jack Maloney, Gene Kratschmn, Don Schwuchow and Gene Kissack, Alton; Bob Kissack and Latham Harris, Roxana; Wilbur Trimpe and John Mull, Bethalto; Clint Rog cr, Highland; and Jim Nettleton, Edwardsville. Raymond H. Dragich was a guest of Wilbur Trimpe. More Attacks CAPETOWN - More attacks by terrorists have been reported by country police stations. Two Spanish Agents Sentenced to Prison MADRID, Spain W> — A military court has given long prison terms to two Spaniards who confessed they returned to their homeland from France to plant bombs, official sources reported today. The sources said (he court which tried the men Monday sentenced Juan Salsedo Martin, 27, a sculptor, to 60 years improsin- men and Manuel Borrego Lopez, 34, a bricklayer with six children to 25 years. Both admitted in court they were paid agents of the anti-Franco Iberian Anarchists Federation. Hartman Reunion at Carrollton Oct. 6 CARROLLTON — The tenth annual Hartman family reunion will be Sunday, Oct. 6, in the 4-H building at Greene County Fair Grounds. A basket dinner will be served at 1 p.m. Russo-Finnish Deal HELSINKI — A Finnish shipyard is reported to have landed a contract to build sLx lumber carrying vessels for Russia. Something free has been acktedl Buy Sheer Genius, Natural Finish or Extra Cover Formula', the first complete liquid make-up...$1.50 and we give you (free!) new Golden Woods Perfume Bath Oil. Hurry! Our golden offer is limited. At All 5 Stores Hitler Cash Revival WASHINGTON — An error in a government publication is said PEO Chapter Meets At Coffeen Home WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Wallace Miller presented the program, _ „ . — "How Do You See It?" as the to have caused many people lo | highlight of Ihe Monday meeting dig up coins from their collec-! 0 f P. E. 0. Chapter JE in the tions. The paper stated that a home of Mrs. Richard Coffeen. German coin of the Hitler era I u was announced the supreme was freely convertible. convention will be held Sept. 30- ,0cl. 4 in Columbus, Ohio, with Mrs. Mary T. Miller, Chapter Ht, |Granite City, representing the j district chapters in Reciprocity 'Group 1. Plans were made for the Oct. 14 meeting in the home of Mrs. ,Roy Roark. 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