Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 25, 1956 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, October 25, 1956
Page 22
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t»AOfi TWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1956 SWIFT'S festive treat,ahUtime/ SPECIAL LOW PRICE Thursday-Friday-Saturday half gallon Your Choice of These Flavors VANILLA STRAWBERRY CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE MARBLE BUTTER PECAN TWIN-BERRY CHOCOLATE CHIP BLACK WALNUT X HOMF Of EVERYDAY LOW PRICES / / FOR OVER </ YEARS. N. PTA Forum Extra Activities Discussed By Panel at W. River High \VOOD RIVER — A. Ed«onj Mi« Butcher listed 3S orpan-j Smith, nr'.ncipal of the East Al-'/aiiom in the school. She said! ion \Vrxxi R!v»r Community Hiah that, cf 956 students enrolled in School, rruyterated the panel dis- the ecN-ol, 4M have no out-of- cus'i'tfi of "c-\tr; curricular ac-i class activity and a large numb-' tivitie-s of the school", a program er participate in only one group. '.. feature af «h« Tue«day evening Concerning the large number meeting of the high school Par- wno have no affiliation with a: en! Teacher Association. j school group, she pointed out Panel members were Miss Ve-!that she defends a person's right 1 fora BusFcher and Dr. Eldon t>j he quiet — to belong to no W heelers, school deans, and stu- j organization. However, it was dents Bett" Carlson, Judy Bach-i pointed cut, many of that 49?: eidor. Robert Awe and Louis'have ou!-of-school artivites such! Popular. ' as church, scouts. "V" work and i In introducing the topic. Smith maI1 >' hold afler school Jobs, i s:a;d that today's conception of 1 Students on the panel talked. "Curriculum" includes every- ol the organizations in detail,, thing directed by teachers which Divine membership figures and j contributes to the education of time s P ent b - v students in them. | studen-s. "Therefore, we do not; 1 " 11650 '"^Bed from •"» hours; now speak of extra curricular: P* r year spent by basketball! activlles but refer to It as extra | P> a >-*« lo ^ hours P« r >' ear in class 1 , he said. He listed seven j clul)!I objectives of education: Health,! Smith summed up the discus-, good citizenship ability to get • sion by saying that all extra • alorig with others, a command : class activity is voluntary. The i of the fundamenatl processes in danger is that capable students: communication, ability to earn .will undertake too many activi-i a living, possession of ethical. ties, he said, whereas those who! and moral principles and ability j need to be identified with somej to use leisure time wisely. j group, lail to undertkae any ac- Dr. \Vheeler said the academ- : tivity. ' ic portion of the school program ; In the business sesssion which has as its purposee the passing; preceded the program, it was, on of knowledge, which has {announced that 794 students, hadj made possible a modern scien- j taken advantage of the dental •' tific world, but in modern so- i X-ray survey made at the school ciety we must do much more j recently. j th«r. this. "We have extra class j The association approved dis-; activities to develop the attri-, continuance of the Madison Coun-1 butes", he said. As purposes of i ty Council of Parents and Teach- Junior Service Club Sponsors Dessert Luncheon EDWARDSVILLE.--A dessert luncheon and card party was h«?)d Wednesday afternoon at the Edvvart1«villp Gun Club, sponsored by 'he Junior Service Club, with approximately 100 guests prw?nt. • Pinochle, bridee and canastaJ were played. High scores in j bridge were held by Mrs. James; Oesterle. Mrs. Joseph Kelleher, i Jr., Mrs. James Wilson, >5rs.; Richard Cunningham, Mrs. Robert Frey, Jr., Mrs. Robert Long. Mrs. George \V. Handlon. Mrs., Woodrow Lamb, Mrs. Lantlon Sumner. Mr>. E. M. Ahrens.: Msr. Howard Gillig, Mrs. Clem i Bothman, Mrs. C. F. Rudisill. j Mrs. James Higgins. Mrs. Em- \ mett Winkle, Mrs. William Ham- j illon, and Mrs. Robert Jacobi. j Pinochle prizes were awarded j to Mrs. Hilda Scheibal, Mrs.! Fred Wiemers, Mrs. Deloresj Lewis, and Mrs. Milton Bopp.! Canasta winners were Mrs. Joan ! Schmidt, Mrs. Stanley Kyro, and Mrs. Norman Nilsson. Hostesses were Mrs. James ; Hall, chairman; Mrs. Harold; Bartels. Mrs. Robert Hartman. j Mrs. Edward Winkle, Jr., and: Mrs. Leroy Scheiber. Fall fashions were modeled by Mrs. Joseph Hentz, Mrs. Nilsson, Mrs. Leo Schreiber, Mrs. George Wiemers, Mrs. William Volma, Mrs. C. K. Anderson, and Mrs. Robert Jarrett. these actlvites he listed developing social competance, stimulating interest, urging a service ideal. Wheeler said, "If we are to continue to have a free country, we must teach our children the ers. since interest in this or-; [all meeting in September. The membershi committee an Keal Stick Up ganization has fallen due to the! PHOENIX, Ariz. IP — A real many area councils in the corn-1 stick-up was reported to police munities. The action to dissolve j by Mrs. Marie Powers, 30. She the council was taken at its j sa jri a man approached her in! a downtown parking lot, threat-j ened her with a stick, and fled when she gave him $10. i importance of voluntary service i nounced paid up membership i without thought of remunera-1 totals 120 parents. j tion. I Carl Roberts reported the No- Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK vember meeting will be in the form of an open house with parents following their children's schedule of classes. A social hour followed the meeting, with Mrs. Fred Maneke, Mrs. David Grieve and Mrs. Emory Walkington as hostesses. «,old Medal 5-Ib. Hnti I E Oil! 49 RED POTATOES Ihs. Hub.v fl«d-~-96 Slzn GRAPEFRUIT kC Old VOL. II 1,'nlvernal Stnndnril lor IJ. S. Ho. I COFFEE lit. w on Kale OBe Jonathan Apples 4 Ibs. FreKh CRANBERRIES l-lb. Cello Bag Cauliflower Rrocooli si,. Pare APPLE CIDER * Gal. Open Thursdny and JKrldny lutll 8 Of FREEPARKING At i Heinz <')ilrki>n - Noodle ' or M iNSTt*' AXWEl Heinz /\ Soup Jj cans PORK 1IEANS cans PEACHES 5« cans 9th atALBY $1.49 tt-oz. Reg. Si/c II \>;il 39c Jnmlio Sixc $2. KLEENEX Grnde A tiuinll Miracle Whip Quart Jar Grade A GROUND HALIwVRU BISCUITS Chuck ,Sir/oi)i # It on ml St Mclh. 1J)S. Pevoiy 111] OtEAM % 2ft 69e /c G9clb. 2 fbs. IVc Pork Cutlet.* 59c Hi. THICK BACON I,a.> er Sliced Baeuii BEEF Chuck Roast 2f)c UK ItrUkvl, 2 lb«. T-Ronc Steak Porterhouse ftoiimf Sletik Hlb StetiU Sirloin Stc'tik SSc Ib. S5c Ib. 45c Ib. SSc Ib. S9c Ib. CATCHING COLD? IISTIRINE FRYERS 29 In On« I'lvvv or Sliced LARGE n Ib. Bologna C Ib. *nU imtHf CM! prm MtOtt, if lUKmi f(ONO«nr till 9E? or 111. M For Popcorn Hi P&K9W 1 • ff ra )™ son 99W • coMiiNANpTa^t^Hin f ^m CJll ®' DELICIOUS PANCAKES.-FREE? I 7 UI ,~'. a n>*. t»geiic>r'«, JUndii'flii.v, IN'ov. 3 ]i^^^^^^^^__ HOMEOF EVERYDA ovttt a YEA»S C. W. BRAND PUMPKIN 2 N0.2V, can| Del Monte Pumpkin Del Monte Pumpkin 2 N :. B ?39c 2 N :." ! 29c ' H*rvff«i Kmf Pumpkin tM , ( ,,. Pumpkin Co. TRI-CITV GROCERV CO. /^/^^TV ON KSD-TV SATURDAYS 12 to I R M. WITH PIANIST RUSS DAVID MASTER OF CEREMONIES These fomout product* join us in bringing you thii voriery ihow — Lucky Cot Tomatoes, "Bif" Chopped Beef, Flavor- Ki«» Crackers, Bake-Rite Shortening, Manhattan Coffee, Ideal Dog Food, Brooks Soups, Paramount Chili, Ecco Fresh Milk, Hunter's Meals, Gladiola Biscuits, Bruce Floor Wax, Thank You Pie FillinKs, Old Southern Barbecue Souce, Colonial Sugar, Durkee Spices, Kos Potato Chips. APPLE CIDER Eckert'i Half Gal. Jug . . 45' INDIAN SUMMER 69' gallon jog POPCORN Yellow Big for Hallowe'en 2-lb. Parties Bog 25 TRICK OR TREAT CANDIES • BABY RUTH » BUTTER FINGERS • POWER HOUSE Box of 40 bars ti^v mm*+f 69 Brach's Candy CORN Clark's Peanut Blossom Kisses hot -*JC CURTISS FRUIT DROPS C Box of 20 rolli TREATS for Tots KLEIN'S LUNCH loir .f 40 Hot Drink CUPS '£• 27c 9-iiit* Paper PLATES 2 S 27c YOU'LL NEED THESE FOR HALLOWE'EN PARTIES! Comportment Wesson Oil , 35' * 69 e PLATES 10 r 25c Ptasric Forks or SPOONS 2K-23c Paper Napkins Nestle Chocolate Morsels Get Fudg* 6-01. Recipvt in cello our »<ore» SWIFT'NIHG T-lb. can 30c 3-lb. can 85c Jewel Oil £ 59c KRAFT CARAMELS For Candi»d . l-lb. 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