Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1958 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 1, 1958
Page 17
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Section 2 Pages 17-32 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Classified Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1958. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press DIETSCHY'S MARKET tJJMr PttONfc 6-B624 BOO if? MAYROSE HAMS FRESH OR. HAMBURGER PORK CHOPS cuVtb. ODC Lit. cutL, V 76c 'CHICKEN PARTS" BW THE PARTS vou LIKEJ Brighton Church Class Has Outing BRIGHTON — The Mawled llOouples Group of the St. -John II Evangelical and Reformed Sun day School enjoyed a ptcnle dinner at the Brighton Park after li •Church set-vices on Sunday. BJBBF CHUCK, Lh.. FRYERS, Whole, Ffewh, 2 to 2!4 Ibs. en. 79c Wfcite, Orated JIUNA cans 43c COLP CUTS.... Lb. Locr'i WIENERS., lb. pkg. 63c Morrell's BACON Lb. BQILED HAM, Wafer Sliced Lh. i Htifiti Dill er Kosher Pickles 26c CHEESE FOOD, Shnrffresh Ififlto Chicken Backs A •nd Necks.... m Lbs. Ready-to-Eat Smoked Plcnle Lb. Cream Cottage CHEESE Campbell'* Pork & Beans Food Kin* Pork A Beans Tan. 31 C I Cans 29C HUnf»To- mftto Catsup BtlM. POTATO CHIPS. Kas Regular 59o Twin Pack.. jfec ANGEL FOOD CAKESu I ,:, f r 39c 29c 25c Reg. 29o Bng FRITOS ft CHEESE JACKS not.. PEPSI-COLA SWEET Pint PICKLES ...... Jar_ WHEATiES large CEREAL ..... hox^ COLORlfD NAPKINS, 60 In .... 35c I4c Case 24 12-oz. • Bolt IPS , riCKlCED BEETS .. PAPER CUPS—10 m pkg... PAPER PLATES—40 in 49c POST ALPHA BITS CEREAL larjt box 29c DINING CAR COFFEE Ib. can 79c EGGS, Ungraded, ~^ Fnsh for "Dtviled" Eggs) 2 doi. 95c FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 No. 303 cans 89c A-G PEARS 4 No. 303 cans 89t CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLE SOUP 4 cans 55c FRANCO-AMERICAN SPAGHETTI Plain or Horseradish MUSTARD pint I fC 2 Cans 23C Frozen LEMONADE 3HET1 TvsV 4 cans 55e PAPER roll ZflC 55c MIRACLE WHIP quart WATERMELONS. Guaranteed Ript. 23-lb. avg. 75c TOMATOES, Vine Ripe 2 Ibs. 45c NEW WASHED TURNIPS 2 Ibs. I9c PLUMS or NECTARINES , 2 Ibs. 49c FRESH GEORGIA PEACHES 3 Ibs. 39c Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Games were led by the Rev. ||and Mrs. Meckfessel, after which ||a closing devotion was conducted. The next meeting will he on || Aug. 10. Attending Camp BRIGHTON — JoAnna Hale, Edwin Meachnm and Janet Warner are attending the Westminster Fellowship Junior High Camp at Camp Piasa at Marquette State Park this week. Infant Christened BRIGHTON — Steve Eugene Waggoner, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. David Waggoner, was christened during the Sunday morning worship hour at Piasa Methodist Church, with the Rev. William Davis officiating. The baby's maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Watson of Brighton, were sponsors. Following the service a buffet dinner was enjoyed at the David Waggoner home. At.' the Christ ening and dinner there were three sets of four generations present Mr. and Mrs. James Watson Brighton, Alfred Watson. Bright on, Mrs. David Waggoner (Caro lyn Watson), and baby Steve; Al so on the maternal side, the ba by's great grandmother, Mrs Henry Orban, Mrs. Alfred Wat son, Mrs. David Waggoner and Steve; and on the paternal side William Lahr, great grandfather Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waggoner grandparents, David Waggoner and baby Steve. Also present at the christening and dinner were Miss Mary Schwab, Miss Bernjce Orben, Mr and Mrs. Ray Watson and family Brighton, and John Waggoner Piasa. ' Dunnegan Reunion BRIGHTON — Approximately 65 attended the Dunnegan family reunion Sunday at the Western Club Grounds. Oldest member present was John Dunnegan, 81 Walter Johnson Top Bowler At Bethalto BETHALTO — Walter Johnson won first place both in the doubles and singles of Bethalto's first an inial doubles and singles handicap bowling tournament which ended Sunday. Johnson also took a ten dollar place and a five dollar place to bring his tolal cash prize winnings to $205. His top game score was 277. Jack Pent land, Johnson* j partner in the doubles, won a cash prize of $100. The other high doubles winners were: Harvey Schhiittag and Paul of Alton. In addition to many from the Brighton, Alton and Palmyra area also in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Layton Dunnegan and family of Guthrie, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. William Dunnegan nad family of BridgetoivN. J., and Mr«. Edward Dunnegan of St. Louis. Phelan, second place, $100; John Underwood and Don Krankel, third place. $75; Walter Johnson and Harold Prange fourth place. $50; and Roscoe Smith, second place, $50; Harold Prange, third place. $35; Ron Knisley, 1 fourth place. $25; Leroy Buske, fifth place,- $15; and JTR. McGaughey, sixth place, and $10. In the doubles, there were five places awarded ten dollars, and seventeen places received five dollars. Also, a five dollar prize went to twenty-two singles places. Airport Budget Hearing July 10 BETHALTO - The Civic Memorial Airport Authority announced that a public budget hearing will be held in the Airport Authority room at 8 p.m. on July 10. Fireworks Warning BETHALTO — Clydn Tisdel, police chief of Bethalto, announced that anyone found discharging or The tournament's total pri/.e funclJ!' oss( ' ssili e fireworks is'subject to readied $1.103,10. Winners in thei" minimum fine of $100. Tisdel doubles will receive a tolal of $784 in cash pri/.es. A tolal of S379.40 in cash pri/es will be awarded to winners in the singles. At the close of the tournament, entries listed at 280 for the doubles and 271 for the singles. "The best known waiter in Northern Ireland," Richard Fleming, died in Cookstown after 39 years with the Royal Hotel. He could recall the time when smoking was unthought of in hotel commercial rooms. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" said three teenagers have already been arrested and tried before a magistrate court in Bethalto. H<< said that extra police officers will he on duly over the holiday. Tisdel also reported that he had received calls on peace disturbances caused by resident owned dogs. He said complaints would be filed if the dog owners did not take steps to remedy the problem. With rent controls nearing an enri in London, plans were made to use churches and emergency rest centers to shelter families which might be evicted. NOTICE-INDEPENDENCE DAY, JULY 4 LEGAL HOLIDAY » The Following Banks Will Observe Friday, July 4, as a Legal Holiday and Will Not be Open for Business. Alton Banking and Trust Co., Alton Bethalto National Bank, Bethalto First National Bank and Trust Co., Alton First National Bank, Wood River Illinois State Bank, East Alton The Bank of Alton, Alton TELEGRAPH WANT ADS "CLICK' .(ft Hem! Big as Life! NEW 16 OZ RC COLA Now •njoy both... lightness and lift in ntw GIANT 16-oz. siie Mor« to enjoy More tor your money It. big, beautiful and bubbBngwtth flaTor~RO cola in th« 1&4M. bottie! In RO JNM g than Jiut deUdoiu taate... Hgfatnaw and lift tea Yoall now '«aww you get mom t moony. Get »oma today in OMtom that hold 96 full Berre 18-and wtthRC! Royal Crown COLA •OYAL CROWN COLA IOTTLIRS etI2 Wtit Pint loultvard it, Lwli I, Miuwiri i J«H«r»oa MfOO Dependable Marketplace COMING SOON! Another Parking Lot- Next to Store. Payroll Checks Cashed Without Charge OPEN THURS. NITE TIL 9 Closed Friday July 4th Radishes & Green Onions 2 „«. I3c WATERMELONS Ea. BANANAS -10 Sunkist LEMONS Doz. 'GRENNAN" i Angel Food CAKE TOMATOES...... 2 Lbs. BUDGET SPRY CUTS Regularly 5»c, HOW NABISCO COOKIES • OREO WAFFLE CREME fi PKGS. 5 • SWISS • CAMEO 100 CELLO PACKAGED WIENERS 'LBS. KQOL-AID 6 Pkgs. 25 All Flavors WHOLE! PLUMP! ^••^^•^•^ FRYERS33 0 PICNIC NEEDS Package of 40 • PAPER PLATES Roth's Cooked, Boneless, Skinless Canned 1 3-LBJ CAN IVUlll » WWUK6U, WUMCIC99, JIVIIIIC3S \<V PICNIC HAM 1391 PILLSBURY FLOUR 49* mfm^mmm Pillsbury PANCAKE MIX Pounds 10 Ounce Pkg. Kraft "Jet Puffed" • MARSHMALLOWS for PEPSI-COLA or ROYAL CROWN Home-Made Bulk PORK SAUSAGE 2 Lb$ 69 C 12-oz. Btl. • 7-UPor • COCA-COLA Piece or Sliced LARGE BOLOGNA <+ Lbs. $ 4 00 li-oi. Btl. Haaie'i • BAR-B-Q SAUCE.. 2t-0i. Tender! Juicy! MINUTE STEAKS Lb. Heifetz Kosher or Dil •PICKLES. Quart Lean GROUND CHUCK Lb. of New, Tatty JACK'S CHEESE TWISTS WITH PURCHASE OF EACH 29C 1 " FRITOS GROUND BEEF Lbi. EAT BETTER! - BUY WEGENER'S PAY LESS! BUDGET SIRLOIN STEAK. 79* lb RIB STEAK . . . 73'" T-BONE STEAK .79* tb CH0CK ROAST. 47«* ARM ROAST . .55'" Boneless ROAST. 79« u AjAX Cleanser j| 2 cot 4l TIDE 2*67* SPIC 'N SPAN 29' Small Silt "THICK SLICED Hurst's POTATO CHIPS Twin Pok Reg. 59c PEVELY FARMCREST ICE CREAM

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