Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1953 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 22, 1953
Page 22
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WBDN88DAY, APRIL 28, 1953 ALTON SVEN1NO TfiLSOftAPH Hospital Notes Mrs. Arteth Beeley, Rt, 1, New Douglas Robert WHltestde, 1806 Main Qauelmft Ditto, 1801 Rock Spring Dr. i Mrs. Lena Miles, fit. 1, Edwards* vllle ' Carl Hlmwrs, 3813 E. Deerr Mrs. Reka Herzog, 2623 Humbert Patricia Stauffer, JerscyvlUj Aaron Page, 231 Hamilton Bill Lawrence, 2327 Brandt Mrf, Katie Larbey, Orafton Mrs. Evangcline Faulkner, Jer- teyville Palmer Brmvn, 3S02 'Thomas Miss Jean Hlnricks, 408 Jefferson Mrs. Grace Kelly, 624 Emerald Orval Allen White, Cottage Hills Surgical Treatment Milton Pen-in, 627 Madison, Wood River i Lance Richards, 3700 Western Carolyn Ann Cope, Kane Mrs. Leila Hurry, Plainvlew Gfetchen Gay Grandfield, Ra- fflona PI., Godfrey Brian Earl Lodell, 105 Central, Wood River Dismissals Mary Hurst, 203 Norwood PI., East Alton Otis Lear, 456H E. Broadway Mrs. Martha Wallbaum, Gales* burg Melvin Le«ch, 903 Arch, Jtrtey- villt Mrs. Marion Perry, 2209 Humbert Mrs. Mary Williams, 338 Oewge, East Alton Margaret Cousins, «9 Sixth, Wood River Jimmy Yeaget Rt. 1, Bethilto Lowell Stephens, 232 Lakeside, East Alton Tommy Corwln, Rt. 1, Shlpman Mrs. Ally Mikoff, 2815 Plain* view Elmer Hazen, 109 Qerson, Godfrey William Brown, 808 Lampert Wayne Custer, Rt. 4, Carrollton Mrs. Earl Steele and infant son, 2S01 Johnson Mrs. Joseph Tiermann and infant son, Godfrey, Wood ftiver Totettihlfi Surgical Treatment Mrs. Sarah E. Vessel, Hartford Mrs. Lois McGlnniS, 332 Bow* man, East Alton James Cole, 16 Eokhard Medical Treatment Garett Meivln, 845 Washington, East Alton Mrs. Mary C. Gray, 176 Eighth Wanda Irene Woolverton, Hartford Walter Nowaskl, Roxana Mrs. Cornelia Mutt, 504 Broad- way, East Alton Mrs, Meredith Hampton, Rt. 1, Mrs. Nina Mae Bost, south Rox* ana William Lee Lenfteher, 894 WhttelHw, East Alton George Bowman, Bethalto, Rt. 1 Mrs. Anna Winslow and infant son, 29 East Acton Mrs. Barbara Fischer; 425 Wood River Avi, Mrs. Evelyn Roach, Rt. 1, Bethalto. Virginia Ellen Smith, Hartford Gary Forrester, 678 Whltelaw, East Alton Mrs. Donna Barnes, Rt. 1, East Alton Mrs. Laura P. Elliott, 165 East Madison Terry Logsdon, Rt. 1, East Alton Mrs. Jo Ruth Phillips, 543 Maple, East Alton Mrs. Norma Jeanette Davis and infant daughter 88 Halloran Roger Lee McCartney, 150 Elbe. St. Joseph** Medical Treatment Mrs. Sarah Porter, 1128 Pearl Mrs. Marie Yednakovich, 71 Acton, Wood River Emil Kellerhouse, Bucyrus, 0. Surgical Treatment Arthur Henry Reams, 1112 Belle Kenneth Patterson, 150 Tenth, Wood River Joseph Richardson, 316 Spring Mrs. Savannah Walker, 1900 Piasa Mrs. Bertha DeSherlla, 25? Madl< son Mrs. Ruby Cook, 1000 West Ninth Alois Lowe, 8160 Locust Edgar Baird, 270 Linden Mrs. Jotnne Thomasson, Springfield, Mo. Otomfssata Mrs. Lucy Baker, 1204 Spaulding * Mrs. Dymple Boyd, Danville Mist Judy Field, Route 2, Godfrey Mrs. Ella Frankford, Route 1, J. S. Gatfr, 909 Rock Richard Heskett, 503 Eighth, Wood River William Johnson, Edwardsvilie Miss Gloria Jones, Edwardsvilie Mrs, Rose Knagg, 1102 Madllon, Edwardsvtlle Mrs, Ida Layman, 616 Lampert Mrs. Margaret Morrissey and Infant daughter, 400 Foulds Mrs, June Porco, 1729>i Feld- wlsch, Mrs, Lena Slack, 81* West Ninth Herman Smith, 2617 Thomas Mrs, Roanna Spencer, 102 Guard Ywr Dog Agahnt "Energy Fodeoot" When your dog starts the day M of pep, but don a "fade out" hsif-wt? through, chances ore his food is at fault. "Energy Fadeout" doesn't hapt*>n to Rival-fed dogs, because every ingredient In Rival is a rich source of energy! The Rival formula assures you of a scientifically balanced, complete food for your dog. Not just one, but several varieties of body-buildiltg nutritious meat, sun-ripened grains, natural vitamins, minerals and proteins, keeps dogs energetic all day long! Rival has a pleasing natural color, appetizing natural flavor: it is never artificially colored. Chtorophyllin is added to prevent doggy odors. Enthu* •stk letters (ram dog owners who have bought over 880 million cam of x Rival to date, all tell the same story: "Rival made him a bundle of energy" —"always peppy H —"rarin' to go." Change to Rival-give your dog the priceless gift of pep and vitality packed into every can! Wan* more for your mu*y? Buy Rival Dog Food! Twelfth, Wood Rrvir Mrs.,June Stevens, Graften Mrs. Charlotte Weeks, TOt'/t Henry Mrs. Berttadine Masulla and in* fant son, Route 2, Alton Libya Is seeking a United States market for esparto grass, Tripoli learns. Swan for Safetii ^B^B^I^S^B^S^B^^^^B^BV ^1 ^ . ^^ . i Get New, Safer-Tracf/on GOO sniow •Inm til til tne) Hf% I U Famous MARATJHON TIRES • • NOT RETREADS! • NOT SECONDS! Compare with any other tire near this price and youll accept nothing less than this Goodyear tire with tough, long-wearing, safer tread and low-stretch, supertwisted cord body. These tires are uniform in quality — built to Goodyear's rigid standards for thousand* of miles of safer driving. For a softer/ smoother ridel MARATHON $1/1 95 Super-Cushion «x. .'14' NO MONEY DOWN! pa/ a* Unit a* $1" A WEEK! Read Telegraph Wants Ads. Drive in Cottage Hlflt Mrs. Watttr Knerhe, prttWent of Cottage Mills VPW Auxttftiy, announced that as pan of their community service work, awdfliry members will ptrtlcfptti HI tfia annual campaign Mr funds of tht American Cancer Society, MadfWR CnRptfrv TtoMtat foan GtfNNV transportation ^jl j» — ^4i.^^" Of COttggt ___ t/nts for tnttiTKirt tot six weeks, SB ttij Good sales of coffee booitttf 08* temJMa't 1958 exports fo ottr* record high marks, PDF BUCK A CAN YOU BELIEVE IT! A Complete Set Of SEARS SAFTI • CAPS And Toflf Old Tlret ftisit fttxlf • Nor * top-cip but a complete full tread, ildewatt ft sidiwill • Same non-skid depth at a new original equipment tire • Made with same Miracle X-41° Cold Rubber it i new Allstate Tire CARRIES SEARS FAMOUS TRIPLE flUARAHTEl i 1. Service guarantee against ill road towards tor. 4 full months, 2. Lifetime guarantee against ill defects hi fflitiriilf and workmanship. 3.Policy guarantee of "Satisfaction Guarantwd or Youi Money Back." PRIDES ON OTHER SIZES! Sin 2 for 4F.r 7,10115 21,90* 39,80* 7.60x18 23JO* 43,80* •And Your Old Tlrett 10$ DOWN ON ANY SEARS TIRE BALANCE ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS ALLSTATE REBUILT 1937 to 1951 ONLY DOWN Installid Complete with oil pin, oil pump, Inter* nil lubricition system, timing cover Installed with new gaskets. Full Price, ixohangi $111 FORD 1939-48 Only $20 Down Installed PLYMOUTH 1935-49 DODQE 1819-49 Only SI9 Dawn Installed Only S20 Dawn InitalM s - ,,-r „£ i * ** WELLS TIRE COMPANY 133 I. IIOADWAY MONI 3-3131 ALTON WELLS-SCHMIDT TIRE SALES 101 i. 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