Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 27, 1956 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 27, 1956
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MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN It's Your Money Disabled Child Whose Parent Died Benefited By D. B. <;AI,UV<iHKK , pmvnl. or parent* died after 1939. One of the most appreciated! The subjp.-t is covored in Book- provisions of the now Social S«v j !o , O ASI-4 from which thp fol- rurity law is the one thnl awards lowing Swimming Classes Present Water Carnival At Jersey '• JfcRSKYVILLK - - A large | (he Intrrmr.'diato Class, you croup of spcHotors wa* prwnl | OiMtionMrate l,ifp Saving: benefits to disabled children after 18 and continues benefits after 18 to such children whose checks would otherwise be canceled. If there is a disabled child in your family or in your neighborhood, you should Rive close attention fr the subject of benefits to disabled children. Your special ntlention is directed to the possibilities of benefits for disabled children whose • quoted: "You may receive child's insurance benefits alter you reach age 18 if — til You have been disabled since before you reached 18, (2) You are unmarried, and (3) You are dependent on a parent, stepparent, or adopting parent who is entitled to old- age insurance benefits under Social Security, or you were de-1 pendent: on a parent who died ] after 1939 and was insured for REPAIR & REMODEL NOW! ^o Home Improvement Loans a Specially Here! First National Bank & TRUST COMPANY in Alton Third and Belle Streets • Alton, Illinois MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION survivors benefits at thp time' of his or her death. "It is not necessary that you j yourself have any record of work j under die Social Security law j to Ret payment!; as a disabled ' child. . . : "What you should do if believe you may he eligible tori lor the annual \\atcr carnival benefits a« n disabled child: If i singed Friday eveninj; by mem- you believe II,fit you may be eli-i tiers nf the suimminii classes gible for Social Security benefits j sponsored by the .Jersey County as a disabled child, you or some- ] Red Cmss Chapter al the pool one in your family should get of the Hoys find Girls Club on in touch with your Social Seem-: North Giddinqs pvenue. ity office alter September 1.95H. ; i ns)r i, f .j O ,. for (he cmp' is O. "If you are now receiving i A. Wilson, chairman of the Wat- child's insurance benefits under' er Safely Committee of the Jer- the Social Security law and you ' sey County Red Cross Chapter, are disabled, you or the person; The v-n ieri numbers on the who receives the payments in program displayed the skill of j your behalf should gel in touch: the performers. The bunny hop with the Social Security office i and the hokey pokey, wf.s given a tew months before you reach ' by some of the members of the 18. advanced beginner class includ- "The first payments possible I'"K Vieki Schroedei. Sandra under this part of the law will be I Chlpman. Judy Jean- for the month of January 1957. \ etle Ballard. Becky Wittman, You will not lose any of the | Chfl ''. vl Sehroeder. Nancy Bos- payments due in 1957 if your j vorth, Trudy Abbott. Helen Witt- application is made before the end of January 19. r i8." Now ready: 32-page "It's Your Money" booklet, with permnncnt record-and-stipplement covering the new Social Security Law of August 19. r )fi. Send 25 cents in coin (no stamps) to SS Book, Alton PJvening Telegraph, Box '.',44, Grand Central Station, New Vork. 17. N. Y.' 'Copyright, 1838, General Features Corp.) Australian army officers, in maneuvers, are studying use of atomic weapons in jungle warfare, Sydney reports. Dives and a race were executed by David Smilh, Carl Maupin and Tommy terwin. members of the advanced beginner .-lass. Participants in "A Seagoing Square Dance" were Dawn Witt, Roger Landon, Judy Erwin, Richard Lahey. Judy Crow. Jim Schroeder, Sandra Dugger, Loren Wallace, Margie Brakeville. Jerry Wittman, Linda Weller, David Ferguson, Barbara Welter, Bill Thomas, Patricia Pining the intermission a demonstration of "Life Saving" was given by Don Lasher, member of the Junior Life Saving group, with Jan Hciderschfid i as bis "Victim". A leylure number "T h e Four Dolphins" \vas presented by Carol (Juilamler. Tamara Plato, Barbara Heller and Linda Weller Irom the Intermediates. Duet numbers were gi\en by Pfuiline Greeling and Dawn Atchison, Shirley Kania and Karol Kama, Martha Cadle and Pamela r.osvvortb. Judy Hulton and Lynn Stroheker. Diane Wuest- enteld and Cindy G'Sell. A water ballet was presented by Shirley Kania. Karol Kania, Mary Frances Brakeville, Ruby Arnold, Patricia Ford. Mary Ann Ford, Sally Beauehamp, Patsy Ann Davenport, Pauline Creel- ing and Katherine Smith. A group of boys were contestants in water races. In the Junior races, winner of the free style race was John Thatcher, and Jack Kallal won the back stroke race. Other contestants were G a r y Dugger and Don Lasher. Ray Rogers was winner of the senior race for members of the life saving class. Other par- Legate, High fill Reunion Held AlSnlcwHfiH GRAFTON —The animal Legate and Highfill family rei.niM>ii was held Sunday at the Salem Community Hall. Those attending were Mrs. K'r- inina Legate of Bunker Hill: .Miss Mary Legate. Roxana: Mr. and Mrs. H. Baldridge i-f Dorchester; .). H. Pullen. Bunker Hill; Mr. and I Mrs. C. H. legate, Oklahoma City, | Okla: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin John- I son. Jerseyville. 1 Mr. KIK| Mi.s. Ravmond Highfill, ' Unod River; Mr. and Mrs. R. II. I/'gate and son ef Foslerburg; Mr. and Mrs. Russel Pullen and s-in. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Legate rind daughter, Teresa, Mrs. Mary Pivoda. Dr. Ma\ belle Williams Mini HIII Ren. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Malloy and family: Mrs. Cora Legate and Mrs. Bernice Garin of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noble andl family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth) Croxford and son, Dennis. Mr. ami Mrs. Russel Noble, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Highfill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwarrt Highfill. and Mrs. Fannie Slaten of Graftori. A program followed the dinner. The reunion will be held the third Sunday in Aug., in 1957 at the Salem Hall. Supper GP.AKTON — Mrs. Charles Overmeyer, Oracle of I he kvnl Royal Neighbors, tins announced that the ham supper was \< ell attended Saturday evening. Proceeds were $158. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK Davenport, Mike McFain, Trudy ticipants were John Roberts, Thomas, and Carl Maupin from HOLIDAY "Super-Right" Quality, 16-20 Lb. Cooked HAMS 6 TO 8 LB. SHANK PORTION Cooked Ham "Super-Right" 12 to 14 Lb. Cooked Spare Ribs Fresh Pork Butts Western Washed to 7 Lb. Average Bun Portion Lb. TktM Are FvH W«jM * ft I Lb. Av§. SHANK P»rHom witb PlMty of Chok* C«H •f MM!. l«y TMt EMNOM- kd PortiM 0*4 Smt! 53c Whole Nam Lb. 39 or Half Ham. 16 to 20 Lb. "Super-Right" Cooked. Lb. 53° WHOLE or HALF Hams »43c Cat-Up Fryers u 39c Skinless Franks Lb. 53 j ^^ ^_ Red Potatoes 2 5 to 2V4 Lb. Avg. NO LIMIT Mickelbcrry All Meot Lb. 39c California Fancy ^^ Bartlett Pears 2 PAPER NAPKINS LUNCHEON MEAT HUDSON RAINBOW White Paper Plates Reynolds Wrap Paper Cups Charcoal Briquets "SUPER RIGHT** Aluminum. FoU For Hot or Cold Drinks ttr Tree! or Prem Boned Chicken Ubhy Beef Stew Luncheon Meot 3 ' M°° or Turkey Banquet •£29' 24-04. Tin II £ 89 C Siltana Tuna Flakes 2 39* 39' SWEET PICKLES 33 C PARAMOUNT WHOLE Qt. Jar Dill Pickles Net Dec Relish Bar-B-Q Sauce Hunt's Catsui Salad Dressing Salad Mustard Fluffo Paramount Brand Hirten A Brand L Moutl'i or Ho SANDWICH ROLLS or Frankfurter p, ^^ 4^jC Jane Parker of 12 ^j^jf Potato Chips '^'•'. ^.65' Apple Pie >^'^ * 39' 39 2 HT 39* Ice Cream Norton Toilet Tissue Brooms c| *« n Cresrmonf 3 Flavors Colored or White Va Gal. 3 Each 25c Ann Poo. Mt>HH . »»»» Ann Pug* uper Markets Canister 3 u. Co? UN «M«I muttK t Mcntc n* AU NKfS IfHCIIVf 1NIII UTIIMMI IM. John Brakeville, and Ronnie Brooks. Awards Presented William Graham, Chairman of the Jersey County Chapter of the American Red Cross presented awards to the swimmers at the program. Those qualifying for the certificates were: Beginners — Jerry Wittman, Dennis Witt, Richard Lahey, Jimmy Schroeder, Loren Wallace, Michael McFain, Roger Landon, Sandra Dtigger, Judy Erwin, Glenda Short, Sandy C h i p m a n Judy Chipman v Cheryl Schroeder, Becky Wittman, Carl Maupin, Bill Thomas, Danny Flatt, Glenn Bailey, Joe Bick, Mike Rolando, Mary Ann Ferenbach, Kathleen Doak. Nadine Kallal, Jimmy Vaughn, Terry Vaughn and Bill Rolando. Intermediate swimmers, Russell . Sutterfield, Ernest Sutler- field, John Hefner, Terry Vaughn Jimmy Vaughn, Robert McGowan, Kenneth Murphy, Jan Heiderscheid, Charles Menzie, Roger Gross, Robert Gross, Margie Brakeville, Patricia Davenport, Pamela Bosworth, Marsha Allen, and Bill Rolando and Danny Flatt, of Jerseyville; Janice Stevens and Cara Stevens of Piasa; Mickey Dwyer and Jeanie Dwyer of Memphis, Tenn., Urban Postlewait, Carol Guilander, Tamara Plato, Linda Weller, Barbara Weller of Kane. Announcement was made of those who are completing Life Saving Classes in the near future. They are: boys senior group, Ray Rogers. John Roberts, John Brakeville and Ronnie Brooks. Junior group, Don Lasher, John Thatcher, Mike Austin and Jerry Norton. Girls group senior life saver, Priscilla White; junior group, Catherine Smith, Mary Francis Brakeville, Shirley Kania and Martha Cadle. The grand finale of the program was presented by Judy Hutton, Lynn Stroheker, Diane Wuestenfeld and Cindy G'Sell. Return to Colorado JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Charlotte Hanes, daughters, Connie and Charlotte E. Hanes, and the latter's fiance, A1C RolfDochter- mann, left Saturday for their home in Colorado Springs, Colo., following a visit here with the girl's grandmothers, Mrs, George C. Cockrrl! and Mrs. C. M. H a n e s. Airman Dochterrnann and the Misses Hanes also visited in Atlanta, Cla., with the former's mo t h e r, Mrs, Klise Dochtermaiin. UfsuiiK- Duties Today JERSEYVILLK — Miss'Edith Gamerdinger resumed her SPO- retarial duties in thp law offices of Ally. Alvin 11. Petit! today following a week's vacation. Miss Gamerdinger and her sister, Miss Eva Gamerdinger were guests Wednesday of Mrs. Sarah Scribner and daughter, Estaleen, in Jacksonville. The Scribner family formerly resided in Jersey ville. . . . FLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE HERE! Our pli»rm»i !>*• are careful, 4<i>«n<Ublr. cviiilderitlc and »!»•)• ready to »etv«. Let IM fill your prtacriprion! 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