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I. t Page Twenty Two HOSPITAL NOTES DOCTORS, CARBONDALE ADMITTED: Foulks, Joe, Murphysboro Snider, Doris, De Soto , Lewis, Dorris, Murphysboro Meeks, Monica, Murphysboro Taylor, Lottie, Du Quoin Wright, Roslyn, Carbondala Raney, George, Carbondala Oglesby, Levi, Orient Miller, Versa, Marion Irby, Terry, Carbondale Humphreys, Edward, Elkville Fris, Elizabeth, Orient Dunagan, William, Denver City, Texas DISCHARGED: Hannafius, Ruby, Carbondal Grizzell, Charles, Royalton Furgeson, Mary, Carbondale Paluch, Ellen and baby boy, Carbondale Hatley, Judy and baby boy, Herrtn Tuthill, Sondra and baby boy, Carbondale Mahana, Delia, Carbondale Chapman, Leroy, Royalton Wood worth, Robert, Vienna Abell, Amanda, Chester. Bess, Jame, Gorham Yarbough, Bernice, Carbondale Smith, Versia, Carbondale McGuire, William, Makanda Steele, Bernice, Carbondale Corse, Bill, Royalton Guebert, Mary, Campbell Hill Richerson, Rose, Du Quoin FRANKLIN, BENTON ADMITTED: Williams, Gary, Whittington Melvin, Roger, Benton Woods, Mrs. Bertha, Benton Bazzoni, Anthony, Coello Bond, Cecil, Benton Williams, Mrs. Opal, Christopher Kirkpatrick, Mark, Christopher Cena, Mrs. ' Mary, West Frankfort Harrawood, Mrs. Stella, St. Charles Mrogenskl, Mrs. Mary Ann, Benton Oyston, John, Benton Absher, Troy, Logan Brewer, Goldie, Sesser Wilson, Guy, Orient DISCHARGED: Buntin, Buel, Thompsonville Stanfield, Howard, Cartervillt Lewis, Davis, Carbondale Runnels, Polly, Benton Walker, Herbert, Benton Nichols, Mrs. Etta, Buckner Akins, Mrs. Patricia, Benton Broyles, Henry, Rockford Silkwood. Mrs. Alice, Christopher White, Mrs. Mary Jane and baby, Benton Daugherty, Mrs. Mary and baby, mui keytown Thomas, Mrs. Joyce Ann and baby, West Frankfort HERRIN HOSPITAL Names of persons admitted not available. DISCHARGED: Roberts, Mrs. Mary, Marion Burks, Lawrence, Bloomington Beaver, Mrs. Sandra, Johnston City Spencer, Michael, Carterville Reams, Donna, Royalton Frost, Mrs. Diane, Winters, Calif. mih. AAr Trrv. Johnston City Dozier, Mrs. Marlon and baby, Zeigler Null, Mrs. Jacomb and baby, zeigier Miller, David, Herrin Winnett, Mrs. Lucinda, Herrin Miller, Mrs. Grace, Herrin Klink, Gerald, Brownfield Sullivan, Mrs. Jane, Carterville Mapes, Mrs. Neal, Herrin Johnson, Charles, De Soto Wallace, Charles, Zeigler MARION MEMORIAL ADMITTED: Krumrey, Rose, Marten Howell, Louise, Johnston City Simmons, Ina, New Burnside Craggs, Lillian, Harrisburg O'Brien, Ellen, Marion Heltsley, Wendell, Marion Reed, Paul, Carterville Cooksey, Eva, Marion Galeener, Jeanie, Marion Wolaver, Brenda, Marion Hall, Kenneth, Marion Stevenson, Velma, Marlon Everts, Howard, Creal Springs DISCHARGED: Carter, Cora, Marion Baseler, Benedict, Carbondala Harris, Olivia, Marion Bozarth, John, Creal Springs Dixon, Gola, Simpson Buckner, Amon, Marion Tolbert, Dora, Marion Blades, Charles, Marion Marks, Sarah, Creal Springs Smith, Clifford, Baldwin, Mo. Duncan, Sheri, Marion DeLisle, Glenda, Marion Fawcett, Mary, Marion Chapman, Margaret, Creal Springs Denny, Thomas, Herrin Reese, Ruth, Marion Wells, Kenneth, Marion MARSHALL BROWNING, DU QUOIN ADMITTED: Bennett, Mrs. Cathy Sue, Murphysboro Hill, Mrs. Sarah, Du Quoin Wisely, Fred, Elkville Anheuser, Mrs. Judith, Du Quoin Keith, Pamela, Elkville Kelley, Everett, Du Quoin Kremer, Mrs. April, Du Quoin Thomas, Mrs. Edna, Du Quoin Wood, Ronald, Du Quoin Szczeblewski, Tracey Lynn, Mulkeytown DISCHARGED: Phillips, Mrs. Nora, Du Quoin Leek, Carl, Elkville Banks, Mrs. Johnella, Du Quoin Mann, Alva, Du Quoin Saunders, Robert, Du Quoin Wheatley, Mrs. Frankie, Du Quoin Fox, Mrs. Susan, Du Quoin MEMORIAL, CHESTER ADMITTED: Eggemeyer, David, Chester Gadburry, Richard, Chester Benson, Helen, Murphysboro Thies, Irene, Ava Dempster, Donald, Chester Gremmels, Verna, Chester Durkee, Alfred, Chester Miller, Charles, Chester DISCHARGED: Seaman, Myrtle, Chester Jany, Paula, Chester Keebler, Faye and baby, Percy Mathis, Clara, Chester Allen, Nancy and baby, Chester Beers, Jim, Chester MINERS, CHRISTOPHER ADMITTED: Stewart, Dewey, Benton DISCHARGED: None PINCKNEYVILLE COMMUNITY Names of persons admitted not available. DISCHARGED: Stanowski, Mrs. Patricia, Nashville Brown, Mrs. Marguerite, Cutler Myers, Kevin, Sesser ST. JOSEPH, MURPHYSBORO ADMITTED: Hiahtower, Mrs. Samuel, Murphysboro Davis, Curtis, Murphysboro Pieron, Brad, Murphysboro Montgomery, Joe, Murphysboro DISCHARGED: Snider, Mrs. Ralph ,De Soto Aldrldge, John, Cobden Tucker, Tracy, Murphysboro Duffy, Kathleen, Carbondale Tucker, Mrs. Marvin and baby, Carbon SPARTA COMMUNITY ADMITTED: Siebert, Marsha, SteelevIH DISCHARGED: Sieberg, Clara, Percy Hans, Selma, Ava Pflasterer, John, Cutler Morrison, Carol and baby, Sparta UNION COUNTY, ANNA ADMITTED: Mowery, Mrs. Joyce, Dongola Russell, Mrs. Mary, Anna Isom, Frank, Perks Davis, Paul, Jonesboro DISCHARGED: Williams, Harry Jr., Makanda Cotton, Jack, Cobden Jones, Rev. Bennie, Anna Diltow, Russell, Dongola UNION, WEST FRANKFORT ADMITTED: Sileven, Mrs. Saundra, Thompsonville Cameron, Mrs. Jill, West Frankfort Stone, Mrs. Alma .Zeigler Green, Mrs. Mary, West Frankfort Webster, Mrs. Golda, West Frankfort Pickens, Mrs. Jane, West Frankfort Stanley, Mrs. Lola, Orient DISCHARGED: Johnson, Glenn, West Frankfort Dial, Howard, West Frankfort Trusty, Edward, West Frankfort Barger, Clifford, West Frankfort Smith, Mrs. Gladys, West Frankfort Vann, Mrs. Anna, West Frankfort Morris, Kenneth, West Frankfort WASHINGTON COUNTY, NASHVILLE ADMITTED: Crouch, Mamie, Belleville Sodko, Mary, Ashley Whipple, Christine, Ashley Peeck, Neal, Ashley Kwietkowski, Laverne, Du Bois Suedmeyer, Earl, Nashville DISCHARGED: Cohlmeyer, Jim, Centralia Cohimeyer, Donna, Centralia Cross, Marilyn, Vennedy Knox, Frank, Richview Newman, Carl, Ashley Musielak, Thomas, Oakdale Bourland, Nina, Nashville Schmidt, Robert, Nashvillt Figures Show Low Tomporoiuos Expwctoil Until Thursday Morning bolofud Precipitation Not Indicated Consult locol forecast Sunny and hot Afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms are forecast today for the Southeast, the Southwest and Area picture High temperature Tuesday, 87; low temperature Tuesday, 71; overnight low, 62. Temperature at 9 a.m. today, 70. Precipitation from 7 a.m. Tuesday to 7 a.m. today, none. Sunset today. 7:54; Sunrise Thursday, 6:14; sunset Thurs day, 7:52. WILFRED MC CLURKEN SERVICES FRIDAY Wilfred A. McClurken, 63, of Grand Rapids, Mich., died suddenly Monday in Grand Rapids. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Doerr Funeral Chapel in Pinckney-ville. The Rev. Berthel Watts will officiate. Burial will be in the Oak Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the Doerr Funeral Chapel after 3 p.m. Thursday until time for the services. Mr. McClurken was born in the Pinckneyville area on Jan. 2, 1903, the son of Ralph and Carrie McClurken. He was an employe of the Equipment and Gravel Co. in Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. McClurken was a member of the Oak Grove Baptist Church in Pinckneyville, the Adult Bible Class of the Wealthy Street Bap tist Church in Grand Rapids, Mich., and a board member of the Hereford Cattle Associa tion of Michigan. He is survived by his wife, Sophia: a son, W. Douglas of Sand Lake, Mich.; a daughter, Mrs. Roland Anderson of Cedar Springs, Mich.; asister, Zoe Paulsen of La Mesa, Calif.; a brother, Archie of Grandville, Mich.; eight grandchildren and brother, Archie of Grandville,' Mich.; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. JEWELL BROWN i DIES IN DU QUOaN Jewell Brown, 76, of Du Quoin died Tuesday afternoon in Mar shall Browning Hospital after. a lengthy illness. Mr. Brown was a member and past noble grand of the Hope Lodge 232 IOOF, a member of the AF and AM Masonic Lodge in Pinckneyville, a veteran of World War I and a member of the First Baptist Church in Du Quoin where he was presi dent of the Gideon Class for many years. He was a retired employe of the Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Du Quoin. He had lived in that city for 50 years. He was born in Perry County July 13, 1896, the son of George and Winifred Trefts Brown. He married Daisy Hill in Jackson, Mo., March 29, 1941. He is survived by his wife; three daughters by a previous marriage, Mrs. Nina Thornburg of Du Quoin, Mrs. Bonnie Biggs of Chicago, and Mrs. Peggy Beltz of Easley, S.C.; a sister, Mrs. Pearl Schleuter of Du Quoin; two brothers, Elvis Brown of Du Quoin and Harry Brown of California; three grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Neal Memorial Chapel in Du Quoin with the Rev. John W. Somers official ing. Burial will be in the Sunset Memorial Park. Odd Fellow services will be at 8 p.m. Thursday in the fu neral home. Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 p.m. Thursday. BIRTHS MARION: WALKER, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward, a daughter Tuesday in Herrin Hospital. STEELEVILLE: SIEBERT, Mr. and Mrs.' Ronald, a son Tuesday in Sparta Commu nity Hospital DU QUOIN: ANHEUSER, Mr. and Mrs David, a daughter Tuesday in Marshall Browning Hospital, Du Quoin PERCY: KEEBLER, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy a daughter Friday in Memorial Hospital, Chester. CHESTER: ALLEN, Mr. and Mrs. Larry a daughter Friday in Memorial Hospital, Chester. CARBONDALE: IRBY, Mr. and Mrs, Harry, a son Tuesday in Doctors Hospital, Carbondale. MARION: FISHER, Mr. and Mrs. Russell, a son Tuesday in Doctors Hospitai, Carbondale. THOMPSONVILLE: SILEVEN, Mr. and Mrs. John, a daughter Tuesday in Union Hospital, West Frankfort. WEST FRANKFORT: CAMERON, Mr. and Mrs. David, a daughter Tuesday in Union Hospital, West Frankfort. Data From NATIONAL VEA7HER SERVICE. NOAA M.SL. PPPL Qt Commn'co .ij:;J ! show,, USD Rocky Mountain statts and from the northern Plains to the upper Great Lakes. Cooler Area obituaries ELSIE LIGON SERVICES IN BENTON THURSDAY Services for Miss Elsie Ligon, 83, of 706 S. Main St., Benton, will be 2 p.m. Thursday in the Poulson Funeral Home of Benton. Miss Ligon died at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Franklin Hospi tal, Bentcn, following a short illness. The Rev. William Bohn will officiate. Burial will be in the Masonic and Odd Fellows Cemetery in Benton. Friends may call at the funeral home after 5 p.m. today. Miss Ligon was born June 2, 1888, a daughter of Emery and Melissa Clayton Ligon. She was librarian at the Ben ton City Library for several vears. She was a member of the Benton First Baptist Church anl a charter member of the Benton Business and P r o f e s- sional Women's Club. Miss Ligon is survived by a brother, Carroll of Enderlin, N. D., and sister, Jessie Ligon of West Frankfort. DAVE CLENDENIN DIES IN MARION Dave Harrison Clendenin, 82, Rt. 3, Marion, died at 11:15 p.m. Tuesday in Marion Memorial Hospital. Born Nov. 5, 1883, Mr. Clen denin was a son of Fisher and Mary Tucker Clendenin. He married Myrtie Pressley Sept. 21,1913. A retired coal miner, Mr. Clendenin was a member of the United Mine Workers of Ameri ca. He is survived by his wife;; daughters, Mrs. Goldman Ham-j mel of Whiting Ind., Mrs. James Little Sr. and Mrs. Aseu- gene Jeralds of Marion; sons, Dee of Sturgis, Ky., Theodore, Cecil and Billy Joe of Marion; 38 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Three sons, Robert, Ray and Paul, six brothers and three sisters preceded him in death. Services will be 2 p.m. Friday in the Mitchell Funeral Home of Marion. Burial will be in Freedom Cemetery south of Marion. Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 p.m. today. MRS. HELEN TAYLOR SERVICES THURSDAY Funeral services for Mrs. Hel en W. Taylor, 69, of 512 W. Pecan St., Carbondale, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Van Natta Funeral Home with the Rev. William Warner officiat ing. Mrs. Taylor died Tuesday ev ening in Doctors Hospital. She was a retired school teacher. She had taught in Elkville and Anna-Jonesboro. She was a member of the national and state retired teachers associations and the hospital auxiliary. She was a mem ber of the First United Metho dist Church. She was born in Johnson County Nov. 27, 1901, the daugh ter of William and Anna Bean Wilhelm. She leaves three sisters, Miss Ruth Wilhelm, Miss Grace Wilhelm and Miss Blanche Wilhelm, all of Carbondale. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. Bur ial will be in Oakland Ceme tery. ALBERT TAFT SERVICES FRIDAY Funeral services for Albert Taft, 89, of Oakdale, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the United Presbyterian Church in Oakdale. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Thursday until noon on Friday. Burial will be in St. Paul's Evangelical Cemetery in Nash ville. Mr. Taft is survived by two sons, Dwight and Nelson, both of Oakdale; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Minnie Smith of Coulterville and Annie Hol-man of Granite City. He was preceded in death by his wife and a son, Dale, rAi iTurnil if I iiiAieAU UenueChAV AllflllCT 18 1071 WUinCflli lUbiliwuwiy iniwnuiMwif -w www i w air is expected in the northern Plains. Warm weather is forecast for the rest of the nation. (AP Wirephoto) THURSDAY RITES FOR T. H. MILLER Funeral services for Thomas H. Miller, 71, of Rt. 2, Mulkeytown, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Vantrease Funeral Home, Zeigler, with the Rev. Howard Rentfro officiating. Burial will be in the Herrin City Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after S p.m. today. ilr. Miller died at 10:35 a.m. Tuesday in Miners Hospital, Christopher. He had been in failing health for several months. He was born March 2, 1900, in Hamilton County, the son of Lyman and Ruth Poland filler. A retired coal miner, Mr. Miller was a member of United Mine Workers of America Local 9018. Survivors include his wife Goldie; a brother, William of Mt. Vernon; and a niece, Mrs. Betty Hungate of McLeansboro. uuRPHYSQORC C&4-C03- FINAL SHOWINGS TONIGHT AT 7 8:50 In crayoned fifethereVa SUMMER OF STARTS TOMORROW 'AIRPORT" National GWRLTON HUSTON im LEWIS PARK NEAR GRAND & WALL LAST TIMES TODAY AT 7:00 and 9:05 TOMORROW AT THE SALUKI FIRST TIME AT POPULAR PRICES! "SONG OF NORWAY" One of the most breathtakingly beautiful and exciting films ever made! Seeing it is like taking a vacation. Color and Panavision. Rated (G) dlloBMDB thepnemoviaycu should not see alone. COLOR oFnfR 1 ... r EARL RICHARDSON DIES IN ANNA Earl Richardson, 52, of Anna died at 1:10 a.m. today in Union County Hospital in Anna after an extended illness. He was a lumber grader for Cache River Lumber Co. and a member of the United Pentecostal Church in Anna. Mr. Richardson was born Feb. 4, 1919, in Tennessee, the son of Newt and Ada Owens Richardson. He is survived by his wife, Mazel, whom he married Feb. 25, 1939. Besides his wife, he leaves a daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Go- forth of Peoria, sons Leonard Earl of Grand Rapids, Mich., Bobby and Jerry Wayne, both of Pekin and John of Kansas City, Kansas and 11 grandchil dren. He also leaves a brother, Ar dell, of Atwood, Tenn., a half- brother, John R. Wilson of Trim ble, Tenn., and sisters, Mrs. Emma Arrington of Paris, Tenn., Mrs. Nell Murry of Lin coin Park, Mich., Mrs. Nadine Pierucci of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. Ethelene J or don of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. Rovene Martin of Trimble, Tenn., and Mrs. Winnie Holloway of Horn-beak, Tenn. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Friday in the United Pen tecostal Church in Anna with the Rev. Robert Goins officiat ing. Burial will be in New Haven Cemetery, Ridgley, Tenn. Friends may call at the Grain Funeral Home in Anna after noon on Thursday. Open 7:30 - Start Dusk NOW SHOWING THRU AUG. 31 RATED ss BUT MAY BE TOO INTENSE FOR YOUNGER CHILDREN. mm, .rooouenrjr Shown 2nd mcw I iU"' A UNIVERSAL VALPASO COMPANY PECTUS C TECHNICOLOR' fR - General's (GP) L VILLAGE MALL PHONE 549-5622 Qpj Cok by TECHNICOLOR A Partmowrf Pic FEATURE SHOWINGS AT 2:00 - 3:45 - 5:30 7:15 9:00 I'M starring illflffi-IIIfllffl n i WEEKDAYS If 7:00 - :0O I I SAT. A SUN. I II 1:30-3: 25-5: IS- J 7:00 . 1:00 J j JCCSCLOJCHPrttrf GEORGE HAMILTON SUE LY0N $ rHjmm m mm m M the last of the daredevils! LJVHrh h w w I Open 7:30 Start Dusk O STARTS WED. O No. 2 COlUMBfAflCTVfKSi ELLIOTT CANDICE GOULD-BERGEN SIU SUMMER THEATER PRESENTS DRACUU A CHILLING DRAMA AUGUST 20,21,22 8:00PM UNIVERSITY THEATER, COMMUNICATIONS BUILDING SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY at CARBONDALE nnnn i DU QUOIHf ILLINOIS AUGUST 28 thru LABOR DAY J FOR 7 NIGHTS AUG. 30-SEPT, 5 ln2,2-Hour Show With GEORGE PETER GRAND CIRCUIT HARNESS RACING FEATURING THE HAMBLETONIAN U.S.A.C. SANCTIONED MIDGET. LATE STOCK, CHAMPIONSHIP CAR RACES SEPT. 4-5-6 II V. v ; I ii .ii,,,,. 1 L MID-AMERICA THEATRES Open 7:30 - Sart Dusk O STARTS WED. O In Color Rated (R) 1 gmt I'm No. 2 Adult Program "The Student Nurses' 1 TICKET ORDER FORM (All Times Cento! Dyt!ght) Maka check or monty ordr to DU QUOIN STATE FAIR. Mail to Ticktt Office, P.O. Box 182, Du Quoin, Illinois 62332. Endow -your $elf-addre$$d stamped nvtlop. ALL REQUESTS WILL BE I FILLED IN THE ORDER THEY ARE RECEIVED. BEST SEATS 1 FOR ALL EVENTS WILL BE SOLD TO THOSE ORDERING 2 NOV. Children occupying seats must havt ticktt. It you wish I tickets sent by Certified Mail, add 30 cents. I For Phono Orders AC AUS.23 CJRCUIT HARNESS thru Pt Tunt-t :33 em. SEPT. 3 Q Mas. O Tu. O Thun. ?ta. CRAN0 CIRCUIT HARNESS SEfT.l Fotani THE HA,SLETO?i!AIM;M b Stiifdiyr-1 U-S AG SANCTIONED NATIONAL CSH1? EVENTS SEPT. 4 LJ Twin 53 mill Midyea-Tmi Truli, Naan SEPT CD lM-miIt m, S:oa-Tim Triili, Now serf's ,caln;I'Cb,m';onihi,"TimTH,'tN891, Sundjy AUG. 23 -CHICACO IN SPECIAL SUNDAY MATINEE, spulir rock jroup iTtnttinj t(! out crowt it every ptrfsnnanca-2 p.m. Wdiv p-j rooeo SANCTIONED BY R00E0 COWBOYS ASS0. AUG.2S I ' SIX EVENTS f ACM DAY INCLUDING: lull rid.ff. m Stl ndty fl 'tir, k.rMKk, urt4t krone. ta1 'op-rf. rU btnti rac AUG. 23 NO ESCVEO SEATS-PKC SCHOOL CHILDREN FREE) North Grandstand (AH rtsrved Mats) TSouth Grandstand . . StjrringCanwyTwttyanJTntty Birds, lorirta Lymt, Aiir ?f D Tommy Cash and Tomcats with Stnngbean, Barbara AUG. 2S L 4 jandrelt. Bin Smathtrs and tht Clojiefs.-! p.m. COUNTRY MUSIC SHOWS Sunday SfirrifM KiTtv Wilt witb Jahnnv ' ,a J and StatMiders. Connia Smith, AUG ujuwuiB swuiiit inn ins wtujTU THE CARPENTERS SrK Starrinj AUG. 33 The Carpenters, Gtarge Kirby, Peter Nera. Dime thru Sheiton, The S(w)inpn Ambassadors! p.m. SEPT. 5 O n. Tues. Wed. Thurj, FrL Sat Sun. labor Day "FESTIVAL OF MUSICSHClrV Starnnf Nitc Sho Chet Atkins, Boots Randolph, and Floyd Cramer SEPT. S vith juestJody Millft-lp.m. FRONT GATE FREE I enclose $ Name. (Please Address City Carbonda! Herrlf-Murphy$bcf9 UU U 1 J Ul O J U VJ l tt. .drth. a. d flikh oifc tffe Open 7:30 Sart Dusk -1 (. O STARTS WED. O : nuns K K" 1 "THE INCREDIBLE 2 READED TRANSPLANT" No. 2 Count Yorgi "VAMPIRE" 613 542-2123 Tkt Pr Tkkits RAC1N 5 Frl fehk ew) S2.63 1221 12.53 tS4.M S3 8.M S7.7S U53 SS.S3 S3.53t$4 S4S3 SS53 S3C3 2 Adult S2.53 Hi J1.7S VN mm S2-S3 Wrichf Mil Till.t. Nat Stuekey, tht S2.C3 S3.Q3 S4.C3 5503 S4.C3 55.C3 S! PARKING FEE .for tickets indicated above. Print) State. (Zip Code) J

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