Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 25, 1956 · Page 26
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25,1956 Six Take Scholarship Exams Bctlmlto Club | At Civic Memorial Hig Entertains FootballTeam ni-lTHALTO - At a mectiiii? o! ihr Rotary Club Wednesday nijrhi at JJinn Lutheran Church t h r program centered about mnnbrrs of Civic i\lrmorinl last week at 33. lia? en- Hicrh Schoo: football leani. CharlVs 'n'runkT were"se1eoted"to! trrod , (!lr ho f ilal f ? r ,"' r .j? lr ' h I After dtnncr. Harold Pi-angc. rompctc m the nmional merit i of . whal hpr (ioclor ttmk * "'" br i president, opened the mec-ting scholarship program. BETHALTO — Wednesday I morning six members of the sen- 1 r.rainlmnOier «l .'53, lor class at Civic Memorial Miqh ; School had an opportunity to rc-j Silo's Kxpet'lillg Twins ceive aid toward a college ed- j ucation. These students. Cherrill! Smith. Dave Kassins, Dave Cain, j Bob Ki-lly. John Neunaher and _ , , , Parker, \vlio becnme a crflnd- i twins. This program is a nationwide Her .17-.vear-nlr) <|migliltT. Mrs. I by announcing the plans for the search for seniors who have Ima Jean Kilpalru-k. is still in demonstrated ability and promise to benefit from a college education. Four-year scholarships are awarded annually, the stipend depending on financial need, with at least one million dollars available each year lor the scholarships. Mmsl Upends depend upon financial need and are adjusted to the individual case with a minimum of J100 a year, with the average running about S625 per year. These scholars are selected mainly on the basis of merit without regard to need. Money is given only where no- the hospital with her daughter born Oct. 19. And Mrs. Parker's second husband Elmer, has this to ponder: As Ima Jean's stepfather, hr be- lub's Halloween Parly and lor a parade for the district School children. Leslie Prehri then asked the members to .support the Madison County Sanatorium Tax in Ihe cnniming election and men- came a grandfather before lie w;is | tinner! that this is not a new a father. eessary. The winning students sclrrt colleges of their choice and the field of study to their interest. These scholarships will be dis- ta.x. It is the same one which b;\s been in effect for over thirty year 1 : and which has provided ihe funds for building and operation ol the Sanatorium. All members present agreed to support tributed to students from every state, roughly proportional to the senior high school population. Read Telegraph \Vhtil Ads Daily Hie issue. It was also announced that will be no meeting next week since most of the members will be involved in projects deal- DIETSCHY'S MARKET 600 RIDGE—FREE DELIVERY— 1'IIONK 3-IW24— 3-OB25 ISTEWEKS i-b. HAMBJJ RGER Chicken Legs >63c Breasts "89c UAUC ~ nHmd Lean Ground BEEF CHUCK .. 11). Sl'AKEIUBS Lean, Z fo 3 )hs....Ib. 39c RIB ROAST BONELESS . 11.. 59c to 5 Ibs. each ... .Ib. "LO'OSE~rOJMi SA£SAOE_ ....... Ih. LEAN i'OltlS STEAKS lit. FRESH PORK BUTTS .. Ib. | PORK SAUSAGE HOPE Lli. ... BACON, Morrell's TENDER CUBE STEAKS SEALED, LAYER ., Ib. Lb. 49c 43c 75c ROUND orJIMLOINJiTEAKS , » 75c CORXED BEEF 0 A. I SMOKED LOAF Ih. 03 C HAM HO 45c THURIXGEK SAUSAGE Ib. 49c HUNTER'S BOCKWURST Ib. 75c HOCKS Ib. SKINLESS WIENERS 111. Crenin COTTAGE CHEESE Ib. 20c EGGS, Fresh, Ungraded doz. 43c EGGS, Smalt Pullets 3 doi. 95c ECCO. MILK, Grade A Homo. j-gal. 42c SWEET CIDER J-gal, 49c, gal, 69c HUNT'S APRICOTS, large can El m dale CORN... 47c Large Mf BISQUICK Jiox IOC SLICED BEETS . 27c BROOKS CATSUP bottle I9c Can MACKEREL.. <fc cans BLACKBERRIES i PACK Z can$V«)C 25c .. can Sweet Pickle Watermelon Rind I0-oi. jar 28c DUNCAN HINES PANCAKE FLOUR box I9c GLAZED BREAD DOUGHNUTS doi. 39c 39c T2c COOKING APPLES . Ibs. B & S Parker House ROLLS, Doz. 25c I'iincy JonathaJi /I APPLES 4 Ibs. ins "'i 1 " lc Halloween Parly. The meeting was turned over 1o Kenneth Shcary, Ihn program clK'irnum. who introduced the co-t,aptitins of the football team, who extended the thanks and appreciation of the boys to the Ro- iarians for the evening's entertainment. Vallie Robinson, football coach at the school, spoke. Robins gave a resume of the football season thus fnr and then introduced the various members of the team by classes, Toastmasters Give Prize To Wickenhauser WOOD RIVER — Joe Wickenhauser was awarded the trophy for the best speech of the evc- i ing. "Have Faith" at the Illini | Toastmasters meeting Wjednes- | day evening at Wood River Bakery and Cafe. Other speakers were Harold Hay on "The Better Things Thriugh Credit"; Gram.ile Walmsley on "Taxes"; and Harold Brand on "Water Conservation". Critics were Robert Hoefert, Steve Lorton, 'Bill Hayward and Everett Hegeman. Leo MiliteJlo was general cvalualor; Kenneth Ladd, grammarian and parliamentarian and Julian Ryan, timer and ah sup-j pressor. Larry TraHIer was a! gucs-t. The meeting was con-! ducted by Grand, club vice pres- '. ident. | The table topic "Whom Shall i I Vole For" was led by Robert! Tuell, Everett Reader was toast- j| master for the evening. The invocation was given bp Ladd. Large CELERY bunch Stanley Thurtle, 13, of Run- j ham, England, beat a number of | men in a plowing competition. His furrow was only three- eighths of an inch out of line. Which custard has the TOPIC?* » T\e ciulard on the lejt hat the Topic. Tatte* and look* like "Hide w\th ordinary mtlk - but m much fnwotliKT. Always firm, smooth and delicious-that's custard made with fresh-tasting Topic! imagine cooking with a wonderful new kind of dairy product that gives you perfect, failure-proof results every time! 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