Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1956 · Page 25
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 23, 1956
Page 25
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1956 Schools In Unit 9 Slated To n Wednesday Morning M E DORA — Southwestern | High School, as well as other j schools in Unit 9. will open for the 1956-57 term Thursday morning, Aug. 30. Buses will run on DeMously loiter! i ins ir iini * Hit I! Ull Meyer Beverage Go. Mt. Olive, III. Ph. Mt. Olive 3251 Ph. Alton 2-9727 the usual sclipdule. Following is p list of the hiph School teachers: Troy Movers. Principal; H. S. Knapp. assistant principal and athletic dirertor: Mrs. Lotella Colp. commrrcial: Mi-s. Eve Weincke, home economics: Lindley Sle^re. social studies and audio visual aids; Travis Smith. Krii^lish: Mrs. Ksthrr Sparls. Eng'isli and hivtory; Mrs. Marie McAfee, mathematics «nd science: Miss Adelia Prange. mathematics and Latin; John Cole, social studies; Mrs. Virginia Btvyman. CiiTs P. K. anrl Latin; Orson Bloylock, vocational agriculture; Edward Biznek, coach, social studies, hoys' P. E.; Leland Schmidt, coach, bookkeeping; Vester Hussine,--, hand director: and Mrs. Frances Hook, English and librarian. There is still one va- cancy, an industrial arts instructor. A teachers' meeting Is scheduled for Wednesday. Aug. 2!), in the high school cafeteria, located in the American Logkm Hall, commencing at 10 a.m. The PTA lunch room workers will serve, dinner lo the 55 lo.iehors of Unit 9. The lunch room will br In operation the first day of school. Students lunches will be 3i> cents and faculty members 40 rents. .Mr*, (iimlin's Katlirr Dips MttDOKA Word WHS receiv- ! efl here Wednesday morning that Lee Schafl of Cwlinvillo, ' rather ol Mrs. Edward 'Jimlin, died at 8:L'0 a.m. in Carlinville iArea Hospital, following a long illness. The date of the funeral has not yet been set. but Iho rites will be held at Jacohy's Funeral Home in Jerseyville, where burial will be made. Attend Fiinfcnil MEDORA.- Among the relatives from this area attending Ihe funeral of Mrs. Frank Wheel- SPRAY PAINTING • SAVES TIME • SAVES WORK • GIVES A SMOOTHER FINISH I • YOU con paint the quick, easy, modern way . . . with a Sharps spray-painting outfit) • Set includes spray gun. with quart cup, and V4 H.P. air compressor with motor. Sharp* t/i H.P. Spray Outfit ,15 Complete "Ask About Our Budget Payment Plan" COOK'S PAINTS 8 W. BROADWAY PH. 5-5812 er nl Cftrlinville Tuesday afternoon were Mrs. John Kirsch. Mrs. Fred Manns, Mrs. Hope Chisin, Mrs. Agnes OJhism, Miss Anita Chisrn, Mrs. Glenn Rhine and daughters. Gloria and Janie. Mrs. Mate Peebles and son, diaries. KO Attend Fish Fry MKDORA. The annual fish fry held at the Bethel Church Tuesday evening was attended by 80 persons. The committee in charge of the fish fry included Mr. and Mrs. John McDaniels. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Loy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ryan. Mr. and; Mrs. Delbert Uiy, and Mr. and, Mrs. \Vilbur Loy. j .Airman Summer* Improving MKDORA. Rev. and Mrs. \V. A. Summers received a telegram Tuesday from the Navy Department stating that their son. Floyd, would probably be transferred within the next 10 days from St. Mary's Hospital. London. KngUnd. to the Third USAR Hospital, Ruis Lip. England. Rev. and Mrs. Summers also received a letter from Mrs Elizabeth Pugh, London, England, who had written them once bo- fore, telling them Floyd was improving and was able to sit up. Chicken^ Veal, Lamb, Ham Variety of Meats Wait » Bargain Seeking Shopper By THE ASSOCIATED 1'ltKSS Housewives nosing around for food bargains this weekend will find a variety of meats on sale- frier! chicken, yeal, lamb and ham. t No one store is likely lo feature all four, of course, but all will he on sale at one store or another. Sirloin steak and rib roast are up from 3 to 10 cents a pound in many stores, quickly reflect ing record high wholesale prices for beef cattle. The wholesale peak was just last week, so the retail price may still be on its way up. To balance the beef increase, pullet eggs are available at steep savings in many areas. This is the start of the "flush" season, when young chickens first start laying eggs, so the pullet eggs are more numerous. high in price in some areas this week, but blueberries, cantaloupe and watermelons are good buys at most fruit counters. One nationwide chain is selling! pullet eggs at 33 cents a do/en j vs. large- eggs at 67 cents in the j New York area. Most vegetables rtlso in good; supply this week, with beans, cab-1 bage, carrots, cauliflower and I onions all rated as good buys. | Salad staples such as lettuce.! celery, cucumbers, onions and | green peppers also have low price j lags. Peaches wore reported a little Bad (or Dad | giant celebration. All three chil- BEIEBE, Ark. /P — A birthday dren — Dan-ell Wayne, Sandra party at the home of the Allan j nnd Gary were born on April Kings generally turns into a 126. PEOR1A, 111. .V — Mrs. Arlene C. Barker, 37, dodged traffic and gas pumps expertly as she attempted first, lo halt the mit-of-control, brakeless car she was driving in a station, and that failing, swerved back across the street into a fire house. When firemen, who had fled to safety, investigated the head-on crash, they found damage not too bad. Sirs. Barker and her two children escaped injury and | her car was driveable, but the.|KT truck had a crushed j bumper. UKRUKITS /or Hour CO.VVB.V- TIO.V SPK1IAI.! The W*»r liolrfm SHAVEMASTER frtfSUNBEAM Henry L. BERtiER •frirel*r 633 K. Hroitrfw ay ^ in Every Giant Size SUPER SUDS PLUS MORE DETERGENT PER PACKAGE than any similarly packaged brand. Use Blue emergent Super Suds for tht Cleanest, Whittit Wash You'vaEverSian... and without i bluing I BUY A BOX TQDAYI Fish Ration ELY, Minn. & — A Minneapolis woman and her daughter swallowed their pride and plenty of fish to finish a five-day canoe trip through northern Minnesota wilderness. A hear made off with all the provisions Mrs. Lyclia Eliason and her daughter. Marion, took on the expedition. That happened on the second day. They came i through on schedule by catching and eating fish—and doing some good natured scrounging from passing canoeists. Telegraph Want. Ads "CLICK" Red & White Tea Bags are filled full strength, choice quality tea imported from famous gardens of Ceylon and India. 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ENJOY REAL ECONOMY FRESH PORK CALLIES, KREY —BY THE PIECE Thuringer or Beer Salami LI>. 49* GOVERNMENT GRADEEf GOOD ROUND STEAK. BREAKFAST BACON Finest Quality Cleansing Tissue KLEENEX TISSUE 2 to 3 LB. END PIECES 9 »,, M of 200 Delicious Blend of tropical Fruit Juicet HAWAIIAN PINCH Label KARO SYRUP 1'A-Lb. BonU Aluminum Foil—Ideal to wrap foods for the refrigerator REYNOIDS WRAP Roll SWEEPSTAKE HEINZ KETCHUP On» of th« famous "Heinz 57" v*. rieties. Get several bottles at this price this week-end at your friendly Nation-Wide Stor». I liiirilcll Pears 2 Ibs. 33c Large Iceberg Lettuce 2for29« BLUE LABEL OIIET No. 1 252 Sinikisi Oranges Am. » M Iriuinpli Potatoes 10lbs.55c White or Colored Y , y>J • ••« ,.^, T W^W^»^«SM^^^ ,WJ M^£&clj$Ml£^ tVS^i^^hw* ^^^4^W^^M^f«^AVfhn>V^^ ^A^^^Wfrvt«Wh^*^/Xv*^^^ } «K-4WMv»)M3^«t-^ IfcUi-'-U.^y | 1 • i I I

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