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G. H. Holiday of Joplin was admitted yesterday as a medical patient.
Mrs. B. S. Clark of Lamar was admitted yesterday morning as a medical patient.
Mrs. Gladys Theurer, 632 Wall street, underwent a major operation yesterday morning.
Clarence Reed, 11 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Reed of Baxter Springs, who was admitted June 21 as a medical patient, returned home yesterday.
Richard Lake, 5, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Kingsbury of Carthage, underwent an emergency major operation Wednesday night.
Miss Maxine Burros, 16, daughter of Mrs. E. V. Huckins, 106 Moffet avenue, underwent a major operation yesterday morning.
Mrs. John Edward Sheehan and son, John Edward Jr., born June 17, returned yesterday to their home, 802 Richmond road.
Charles Morris of Picher, who was admitted on June 18 as a medical patient, returned home yesterday.
Vaine Evans of Picher, who was admitted June 23 as a medical patient, returned home yesterday.
Miss Etta Holliway of Chitwood, who underwent a major operation June 15, was dismissed yesterday.
Joe Neff Basore, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Basors of Berryville, Ark. was admitted yesterday morning as a surgical patient.
Mrs. Jury H. Gilbreath, 2602 Maiden Lane, underwent a major operation yesterday.
Doland Ray Hile, 15 months old, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hile of Picher, was admitted yesterday as a medical patient.

Freeman.
Elmo Searcy of Picher, who underwent a major operation June 20, was dismissed yesterday.
Jimmy Grisham, 9 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs.  W. B. Grisham of Miami, underwent a minor operation yesterday morning and later was dismissed.
C. A. Duncan, Joplin route 1, who was admitted June 26 as a medical patient, was dismissed Wednesday night.
Charles Ridpath of Pierce City, who was admitted Wednesday night as a medical patient, was dismissed yesterday morning.
Betty Pearson, 12, daughter of Mrs. Mary Pearson, 2123 Porter avenue, underwent a minor operation yesterday morning.
George Harding of Spring City, who was admitted June 24 as a medical patient, was dismissed yesterday morning.
George W. Oliver, 801 Hampton place, who underwent a minor operation June 22, returned home yesterday.
R. J. Roberts, 1202 Joplin street, who underwent a major operation June 19, returned home yesterday.
Mrs. Ross Fletcher, 619 West Fourteenth street, who underwent a major operation June 18, returned home yesterday.
Dr. D. W. Miles, 2315 Wall street, was admitted last night as a medical patient.
Joplin Globe, June 29, 1934, Page 6. Transcribed by Carolyn Allen

 

Campbell
Dr. Craig reports the improvement of the little son of W.W. Campbell, on N. Prospect street, from membraneous croup.
Source: Webb City Daily Register, Webb City, Mo., Nov. 2, 1903
 
Casey
Jerry Casey is only now getting able to put his foot to the floor.  It was mashed by a piece of ice two weeks ago as related in the Banner at that time.
Source: Carthage Banner, Carthage, Jasper County, MO., Jan. 16, 1879
 
Cowent
A. Cowan of this city is confined to his bed with pneumonia.
Source: Webb City Register, Webb City, MO., Dec. 24, 1903
 
Craig
Dr. Craig is confined to his home from the effect of poison oak, received while out fishing with one of the ministers of this city.
Source: Webb City Daily Register, Webb City, Mo., Nov. 2, 1903
 
Harris
Hewes Harris, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Harris has been very ill for several days but is better now.
Source: Webb City Register, Webb City, MO., Dec. 24, 1903
 
Leake
Mrs. T.E. Leake of this city is able to sit up after an illness of several weeks with pneumonia fever.
Source: Webb City Register, Webb City, MO., Dec. 24, 1903
 
Robinson
W.O. Robinson, we are pleased to learn today, is very much better and there is no danger whatever but that he will get well. His wounds do not prove to be near as bad as reported.
Source: Carthage Banner, Carthage, Jasper County, Mo., Jan. 16, 1879

 

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