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| Monday, Oct. 6, 2003

Armstrong

Admitted:

Friday

Deven A. Grates, East Butler

Jennifer Adcox, Kittanning

James E. Conner, New Bethlehem

Dorothy J. Shaffer, Kittanning

Theresa M. Whitmre, Karns City

Tammy L. Palmo, Shelocta

Frank J. Tolliver, Ford City

Leda M. Thompson, Sarver

Arthur A. McMeans, Dayton

Saturday

Rachelle A. Foster of Kittanning

Karon S. Bushaw of Kittanning

Bernice L. Turney of Kittanning

Joseph A. Gillespie of Kittanning

Jamie L. Sweeney of Kittanning

Sunday

Rachelle A. Foster, Kittanning

Thomas S. Eddy, Kittanning

Charles N. Schall, Kittanning

Marie M. Wensel, Butler

Discharged:

Friday

Helen F. Rupp, Templeton

June A. Hiles, Karns City

Ida R. Earl, Kittanning

Joann V. Hallman, Kittanning

Teresa A. Kough, Rural Valley

Frank E. Mangus Jr., Kittanning

Saturday

Kathryn Umbaugh of Yatesboro

Cindy L. Stewart of Shelocta

Renee Lessner of Cowansville

Billie Jo Coover of Worthington

Tammy L. Palmo of Shelocta

Frank J. Tolliver of Ford City

Leda M. Thompson of Sarver

Sunday

Janet Koning, Kittanning

Meade W. McAninch, McGrann

Jennifer Adcox and baby boy, Kittanning

Theresa M. Whitmire and baby girl, Karns City

Karon S. Bushaw, Kittanning

Brookville

Admitted:

Saturday

Joseph Miller, McKinley Health in Brookville

Sunday

Christine Groce, Clarion

Amanda Garvey, Laurel Brooke, Brookville

Geraldine Brocious, Timblin

Discharged:

Saturday

Larry Arnold, Jackson, Ohio

Geraldine Clever, Marienville

Sarah Mitchell, Jefferson Manor, Brookville

Sunday

Dorothy Delp, Brookville

Births:

Armstrong

Oct. 3, 2003

A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Whitmire of Karns City

A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Coover of Worthington

A boy to Jennifer Adcox of Kittanning

A boy to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Palmo of Shelocta

A boy and girl to Teresa A. Kough of Rural Valley

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