Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 31
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 31

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
Page 31
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f HtmiDAY, JUNK 5, 19S2 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH OPS Lowers Milk Price in Chicago Area CHICAGO, June 5. /f—The Office ot Price Stabilization yesterday ordered fc half-cent a quart reduction in the retail price of milk, after the federal Milk Marketing Administration reduced the price paid to Chicago area producers. The OPS ordered the retail price cut into effect by Saturday. New prices would be 24 cents a quart delivered, 22 cents in stores. These would be the lowest milk prices In A year. This would be the third half-cent cut from the all-flme high prices of 24}6 cents In effect in April. Milk Market Administrator An* drew W.^dolebank yesterday »n« nounced a reduction of six cents per hundred pounds fn the price to be paid in June for fluid milk. The new price to farmers is $4.35, siv cents less than paid in May. Colebank said the price for class 2 milk—that used by dairies for ice cream, etc..—will be $4.18 per hundred pounds. Holds BERLIN, June 5—/P—From Inside British-blockaded Communist Radio Berlin came a distress call for Insulin today for a diabetic German janitor. British Maj. Gen. Charles Darcey-Trvine, with orders that no reinforcements or supplies get in to the station, told the Russians to send the ailing man out and the British would take him to a hospital. Sht Llkti * PFAFF Sewing Machine because PFAFF and only PFAFF... hoe the exclueive 'DIAL - A - STITCH that eliminates attachments. • Make* buttonhole* • Sew§ on buttoni • Blind ititchM • Sews, itralfht and revert* • Overcast • Bar tackt • Zig t&gt • Darns • Monograms • Appliques • Embroiders Tradt In Your Old Machine CENTRAL SEWING SUPPLY CO. 14 WEST BROADWAY Dial 2-5214 ALTON HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS — Enjoyed the annual prom in the school gymnasium Wednesday night, and the theme song was "From This Day Forward." and the motto. "The Best is Yet to Come" Leading the grand-march are from left to right, Miss JoAnn Leonard, Dais Furrwengier, Miss Joan Coldsby, Jim Halleck, Miss Shirley Caghen, Bob Edgell, (president of the senior class', Miss Dottie Kaus, and Ray Parton — Photo by Orv, Brown. ' :LII SHOPS $ fftOCK-O'THE WEEK IN FINI BROADCLOTH CHECK 997 • 4 Yard Sweep • sHeveleti • Whito Woffle Pique trim • Plastic belt Siiei 12 to 20 Colon: BUck/White Navy/White Irown/White SIT Bill* St. (Alto* lift Fl»ft St. (Alton) 18 E. Ferguson (Wood River) Lee Shops :LEE SHOPS: ELIE SHOPS Bunker Hill Graduate Sets Attendance Record BUNKER HILL, June 5.—Vernon E. Lawrence TI, graduate of the local high school this year, equal- \ led an attendance record set by his brother in 1950. Vernon ended his high school career with a record of 12 straight years without being absent or tar- Lawrence. dy. Kenneth, a brother of Vernon, graduated in 1950. Stagg to Return To Chicago for Birthday Dinner CHICAGO, June 5 — K — Amos Alonzo Stagg, whose football teams were a scourge of the midwest until he retired at the University of Chicago 20 years ago, will return to the school of his most momentu<^ls successes tonight to find things vastly changed. The university's "Order of The C" will devote its 49th annual dinner in honor of Stagg's coining 90th birthday, Aug. 16. An alumni-varsity baseball game will be played to highlight the sports competition for Stagg. The game is typical of Chicago's de- emphasis program that was inaugurated nine years ago when the school dropped out of the Western Conference. , The link between Stagg and his VMCA damping Season Ready To Open June B Sunday, 3\iht t mart*. tte Open- njt of ttio 1955 camp «easoft faf Al* 'oil's tMCA Camp Plnsa. The ;nmp staff has hearty completed :he camping program. The «<jfufttfe theme, "Every Boy n Swimmer," was announced at a recent staff training session. Spe« ftinl emphnsis will be placed on the boys who cannot swim. It will bo the aim of the aquatic staff to make "Every Boy a Swimmer" by the time he leaves camp. Advanced instruction for those great past at Chicago will be provided by Merrill C. (Babe) Melgs, toasl master at a dinner for the famed coach. Meigs, now a Hearst Publishing executive, played on Stagg's Chicago team that stopped Michigan's "pofnt a minute" powerhouse 2-0 in 1905. Stagg is still active in football, serving as advisory coach at Susquehanna University of Selinsgrove, Pa., where his son, Amos Alonzo, jr., is athletic director. Susquehanna was unbeaten last season. "*"' knew fww to ftftfrif will bi ftfvth 1 , Thtrt vwil M l«r» water r ports, and special aM safety will be ittrowd IB all phases Of the aquatic Dr. Robert Lynn, camp dbetot. voili take action ptelum ot At! phases of the camp program The Strawberries are Make JAM and JELLY with SURE-JELL pectin tocUyf ¥•11 fit rlMf, Mil fl*v*f «itft f ur*fiil. M«M'| l'Mvef pfeefou* julct and flavor! filiirf lit fr «*ft«iii~you knew Sure-Jell I* fT«h I W AJEUfcktfJMaf ^J 1 «^|*A* tfua ->a r •nMMi*miw r wwpip »*** TUT per* feet titfurtt follow wclpe* eitettyl NltfMy fruit p«c«n pfoductl HOMEMADE JAMI AND JELLIES-. SPECIALS on TV! 1—RCA 20" CONSOLE ........ . .$200.00" 1-Sparton 10" Table Model .;..;? 95.00 1—CE Combination .......,... . .^13«f.OO 1—CE 10" Table Model 'f ' 75.00 WE NEED SETS! You as high as $1 for your new TV Set. 1—Cifctay 10" Tlbl« Modtl ......f T5.0O 1-Sp.rton TlMl Modil * 8S.Wf 1—Pelce T«M« Modi! ...f 3S.O« >1—TtMoM Cotuol. 17" •"». K.g MM5 ' flt». ONE CONSOLE RADIO . . . $20.0( ONE-RECORD PLAYER . . . SlO.Ot ONE RCA CONSOLE RADIO .. $20.00 K D ft ii C D ELECTRIC COMPANY II Mill C If Wood River « Easy Terms 29 E. Ferguson Dial 4^4364 DON'T FORCET — OUR FWHINO CONTEST PRICES FOR JUNE 6 - 7 All Popular, grands Soda Water By the Case Ask ftr A.G. COLORED STOCK UP AT THIS LOW PRICE DUZ--OXYDOL--RINSO PET MILK . . 3 43 C SUPER SUDS IVORY SNOW IVORY FLAKES LARGE BOX SIX DELICIOUS FLAVORS JELL-0 SALAD DRESSING . . ««" 43c SPRY .. 3 "" 79° JERSEY BAKERY GOODS < in "IT WHIPS" MILNOT 3 Pii)etti>ple or Apricot DANISH ROLLS Peanut Top COFFEE CAKE C Each 32 OCCIDENT FLOUR 5 ihs 49 C VIVIANO MACARONI SPAGHETTI . 2—31 c UPTON TEA ^35c WHEATIES .. 2«-31 c POST TOASTIES.. A.G. PEACHES. .. A.O. EARLY JUNE PEAS . . DUSTMAN'S A-G STORE IM THW» si WALDORF -^ TISSUE . . , 3»"-25c \ HIGHLANP PORK i BEANS . 2 "canT A.U. W. K. YELLOW CORN .\ . 2"« WELCH'S GRAPE JELLY!? 19c Pints 69c KOOL-AID 250 Birds Eye Frozen ORANGE JUICE 2 cant 33 C Reil Cold Froxen LEMONADE Can 4 C^C ' SeeUleu Florida t N»w Green Grapefruit . 4"« 25c Cabbage . , . «* 7c 330 SUe Californin Voung Tender Oranges , , »«-48e Beefs •. 2 »»•«*•• ITe 300 Size California ! C.'»IUoriii» Lemons . . »»* 36c i Carrots . 2 »»»^» lie [ l^nriE^ Jcplicrg i ^wrly 4oiul6r Lettuce . 2' 29c Leaf Lelluci , » IBe New Alubuiitii SWEET CORN 4«n27e CHILDER'S MARKET ALTON THRIFT MARKET 41-ION GODFREY FOOP SHOP coom;? n-t. RAIN QBOCERY «0* I BBO.^UH*! 44.TON. ILt SCHWEGEi'S MARKET Ml WASHINOIO PIETSCHY GROCERY 4HON MONAW'S < MARKET aai-s ILL 10 « f 1

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