Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1958 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 1, 1958
Page 21
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TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1958 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY ONtt False Teeth Main Loot at Roxana Home r — A burglar of burglars who invaded the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parkinson Of 1S1 E. Eighth St., early Sunday took, among other items, a set of false teeth. Also* missing was a worn* «n's fweketbook containing approximately $25 and other items. However, since the false teeth can be of no possible value to anyone, except their owner, the Parkersons told police they hoped to effect their return. Playground At Roxana Plans Picnic, Stunt Day ROXANA-Tharsday the Ro* ana Playground Will celebrate the Fourth of July early with a picnic and stunt day. A sack lunch picnic is set for noon on the playground, ^brinks will be provided by the staff following the picnic. The stunts and games will follow the picnic dinner. The playground will not be open Friday. Cancel Meeting ROXANA — The Roxana Firr Auxiliary will not meet July 2 bill will have a picnic on Kendall Hill for its August meelthg. Wnnita W.S.C.S. to Meet ROXANA — Thn Women's Society of Christian Seivice of the Wanda Methodist church will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Mrs. Hertha Southard will lead the program and Mrs. Louise Wood will be devotional leader. Hostess committee consists of Mrs. Mildred O'Neil and Mrs. Dolly Southard. Little League Baseball ROXANA — In the midget division of Little League baseball play Monday night on the- park diamond the Giants beat the Dodgers 19-18. Winning batteries were McVey and Sticht and losing batteries were Sturgeon and White. The Braves defeated the Cardinals by the score of 19 to 14. The batteries for the Braves were Dona and Nunn and for the losers Kunz and Slusher. The Phillies won over the Cubs by the score of 18 to 16. Batteries for the Phillies were Waggoner and T. Dutchik and for the Cubs Myers and Frailey. Swim Contest Set Wednesday At Hartford HARTFORD — A swimming contest for children under 12 years of age will be held at the Hartford playground al 1 p.m. Wednesday it was announced today. Prizes will be awarded the winners. The playground will be closed Friday, July 4. Lucking Reunion Staged At Woodburn School WOODBURN — The Lucking family had a reunion at Woodburn School Sunday and 55 relatives and friends attended. Mrs. Charles Lupking of Bunker Hill and Mrs. Martha Raymond of Woodburn were the oldest persons, present and Matt Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Raymond, of Woodburn was the youngest. Woodburn Notes WOODBURN — Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hunt of Wood Itiver visited at the home of John Thyer and sisters Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch and daughters of Belleville were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Thyer Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moss of Topeka, Kans., visited at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. James Crowder Saturday. Allen Crowder and Moss were stationed together when they were in military service. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Fensterman visited at Belleflower, III., Sunday with their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fensterman. Gregory Fensterman returned with them to spend several weeks in Woodburn. Fosterburg FOSTERBURG - A baptismal se<*vice was conducted in the pond on the Herb Kunz farm by the Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. The Rev. George Bruce, was assisted by Ralph Porter, deacon in immersing the 10 candidates. Baptized were Mr. and; Mrs. Carl Sauls and two daughters, Shirley and Clara; James Bailey, Phyllis, Donald and Robert Paul, Barbara Porter and Harold Welling. ij Nona Lynn Stevens, who resid-j es with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoggatt on Harris! Lane, left Sunday to spend a week with her aunt, Mrs. Eugene Rhodes, in Springfield. GREECE HANS BAIXET ON ICLKCTION KVE The Greek caretaker Government, in Athens, recently cancelled the long heralded visit of the famous Russian BoJshol ballet. The reason given publicly for 1 ' the cancellation was that the Gov-. ernment thought that the ballet's presence would be undesirable on the eve of Greece's general elections. 16to20Lb. COOKED HAMS S le 7 Lb. Average SHANK PORTION Lb. SWIFT'S Premium Fully Cooked 12 to 19 Lb. Avg. CO< WHOLE HAMS Lb DT SHANK HALF Full BUTT HALF 59 Ham Butt Portion 6 to • U. Avf. 53' Round Steak AAP'» "Super-Right" , h "f Al C«nt«r Cut fcIM f ^ Select Center Slices » 99' Fresh Ground Beef Lb. Chicken Chicken Breasts or Breasts Frozen •r Legs Froren 59* Pert Napkins Fannings Pickles Charcoal Briquets Charcoal Briquets Paper Plates Paper Cups «' "KF - A&P's "Super-Right" 1st to 6th Rib - 7-ln. Cut Colored Paper No. 69* *. ^ ir Hen Turkeys Ducklings Skinless Franks Gov't Gradt A 12 to 14 Lb. Avg. U. Oven-Ready 3 .to 5 Lb. Avg: ta. 59' 49c Swift or ub . CQ* Hunter 'kg. VV Chuck Roast Ocean Perch Frozen Halibut A&P'* "Super-Right" Choice Corn-Fed Beef, Centtr Cut Ik. Frozen Fillets Quick Frozen 49' 2 ,.59' .43' It. <•>• •* Bread and Butter "jar Tuna Flakes Luncheon Meat Sultana Brand 2 * 39' Hutley Margarine Cut-Up Fryers °:SHTu.39c. lafllfl fillfC Bologna* SouM^HeaiTcheesi SQ* VUIU VII id or Braunschwtiger U. VV RftflCf A&P ' S "Super-Right", Boneless liUflvl Sirloin Tip or Rump I- > Potatoes "Sup«r- u-Oi. 57* Right" Tin *l • Shortening HJSL 3 a 75° Patio Chef Superior White 14 Hot Drink or Cold Drink Cup§ 10*59' 20*99' -x 79' a 45' check (he flavor! V check (he price! famous since 1859 59 ThtrVt a bonus in flavor in tvtry glass of icexJ Our Own Tta. It's hearty but not htavy, and that posifiVt tea taste stays with it from first sip to last. It's delicious, refreshing and thrifty tool OurOwiTea Hector Green Tea Pk«. tf « Tat l«fi Ilk. 44c 45c Watermelons Red-Rip* 24-Lb. Average Jumbo 27 fixe Each Seedless Grapes California Finest 29 2-49 VACUUM PACKED A&P COFFEE 1-Lb. Tin 69 WITH THIS COUPON Coupons redeemable thru Thursday, July 3rd in all Alton Arta Starts Red Heort Star- Kist liquid Detergent Naptho Soap Granules Dog Food Chunk Tuna Gentle Fels Instant Fels Felso Detergent Waxed Paper Ocean Spray Wesson Oil &38c Nabiseo Clippers borax 2 •£• 31* 2 M,« C1* •VI-QI. n • Tim VI Bokar Red Circle COFFEE Vigorous ond Winey a Ib. Boo $2.31 Rich and Full-Bodied 1 Ib. Bag $2.19 55c A&P V A C S Coffee 79* 83' 1-U. ••I ^75* Mb. Tin ANN PAGE ANN PAGI BLACKBERRY PRESERVES YOU PAY ONLY - 55* 2 I0< OFF Regular Price! Pork 'n Beans Hot Dog Relish Sultana Reg. 33c Ann Page 12-01. Tin Jar 29' 17' Kitchen Charm Cranberry Sauce 2 %: 67* 2^65* 2 '»? 33* 2 % 45' Cheez Whiz Swiss Cheese Fresh Butter Fresh Eggs Domestic Sliced Sunnyfield 93 Score Sunnybrook LARGE GRADE A Ifc. lib. 49c 49' 87c 49c Potato Chips Apple Pie Angel Foods lolls Jane Parker Reduced Jane Parker Reg. 49c Ub. lex Twin-Pack lattict T»a l-l«. Sht Jane Parker Sandwich or Frankfurter THE GREAT ATLANTIC * PACIFIC TEA COMPANY laundry Soap Cleans ana Sweetens •ar 35* 2^39' 65' 43' Large OQfft ii« 096 * 25' All •rfcef lfl«c«lve ft* TooHt 31 U. SO 39 2 AIM STRAWiERRV PRCfCRVES lOcOff 2-59 ORANGE, QRAPE Frozen Lemonade 3 Kool Aid 39* Wrlqley'* GUM All Havort Ctn. of 10 59 1719 WASHINGTON AVE. Open Tui'silay 8:30 to 4:80— \VVUut-uluy, lliurwluj 8:80 to U I'. M. tittturday 8 to B. CLOSIO FRIDAY, JULY 4* 411 PIAiA ST* Monday Tliruugh TUur«d»y »:8U to 9 P. M. Saturday 8 4. M. to 0 I*. M. ClOSIP PttPAY, JUIY 4lb

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