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| Monday, Aug. 18, 2003

Armstrong

Admitted:

Friday

Gary V. Ashley, Kittanning

Clara D. Beckett, Kittanning

Carol A. George, Ford City

Tammy L. Shaffer, Adrian

Leslie A. Tarr, Adrian

Doris C. Hancock, Ford City

Alice Wranich, Kittanning

Gertrude M. Anderson, Kittanning

Sunday

Carrie Lichanec, Worthington

Mary B. Riggle, Dayton

Mary A. Schaeffer, Ford City

Discharged:

Friday

Russell C. Baker, Kittanning

Janet K. Scott, Fenelton

Esther D. Sterrett, Kittanning

Violet Lookhart, Apollo

Pauline L. Reefer, Kittanning

Janessa Lee Lash, Adrian

Stone S. Williams, Indiana

Sunday

Samuel K. Emigh, Adrian

Ronald D. Claypool, Kittanning

Barbara J. Akins, Kittanning

Kristin L. Wiles and baby boy, Kittanning

Clara D. Beckett, Kittanning

Tammy L. Shaffer, Adrian

Brookville

Admitted:

Friday

L. Jean Griebel, Brookville

Saturday

None

Sunday

Sondra Dawson, Sligo

Discharged:

Friday

Ronnie Confer, Sigel

Laura Lockwood, Reynoldsville

Marian Hargenrader, Clarion

Saturday

Angela Stormer and baby boy, Brookville

Sunday

Mindy Procious and baby girl, Mayport

L. Jean Griebel, Brookville

Dorothy Alwine, Hawthorn

Births:

Armstrong

Aug. 15, 2003

A boy to Mr. and Mrs. Brian Wiles of Kittanning

Aug. 17, 2003

Twin boys to Mr. and Mrs. John Lichanec, Worthington

Elsewhere Births:

Aug. 16, 2003

A boy to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Dawson of Sligo at Brookville Hospital

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