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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois • Page 30

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois • Page 30

Alton, Illinois
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1951 )t VT A prfpman Alumni fo Present Play ffilibfflj Cottrtihip' Set of March 30 StttPMAN Tfte High School aTamnl assodfitloti will sponsor a tftree act "Hillbilly Court- fthV'i at 8 p.Hl. Match 30 at the High School ttcUtded 1ft the cast are Bill Heyen, Mr. Mrs. Thomas Con- flffl-s, Mrs, Lester Alward, Miss Margaret Salzman, Mary Lou Woolsey, Joyce Owllllm, Bob Hey- Otto Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hausman. Mrs. Elmer Sreitwiscr is di- Iteturns From Hospital Mrs. Russell Mont- 'i who has been a surgical I at the Macoupln hospital Carllnville, came Monday to the hfime of her brother, Fremont I Reader, for several days before tlimlng to her farm home south 0f Shlpman, M. O. Flte Honored r' SHIPMAN The 65th birthday of H. O. Flte was observed with 5 a dinner Sunday at the home of hti daughter, Mrs. C. L. Schoene- Bian, With the seven children of Mr. and Mrs. Flte and their families present. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Strohbeck and sons Brighton, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Buhs and son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Strohbeck and sons, of Fosterburg, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flte and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Taggart and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kahl and family. County 4-H Rally SHIPMAN Mr. and Mrs. Truman Pocklington, George E. Krause, Udell Meyers, Robert Mor' risen, Tommy Lebro, Charles Dey, Guy Schuetz, Gerald, James and Robert Thomae, and Roy and Ruth POcklington, attended the county 4-H rally at the Gillesple High School gym Monday night. Approximately 75 were present. and talks were given by Miss De'. borah Solllday, county home bu- reau adviser, and Robert Walk, slstant farm adviser. Movies and 'games were enjoyed. FtdeMty FIDELITY Mrs. Boker of Wood River spent the w'e'JEkend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hembrow and daughter, Judy Boker. Miss Hazel Ferguson and Junior Jones of Alton spent Sunday at the Hembrow home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rodeli and son of Granite City were Sunday guests at the Jacob Rodeli home. Mr. and Mrs. Elliston Grizzle, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shackles and Williard Shackles visited day with Thomas Shackles at the Oakland Sanitarium at Jackson- 'vlHife Miss Ima Jean Hembrow spent weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jones of East Alton. Mr. and MW, trl Reed and family of Springfield spent the weekend With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reed. Miss Mildred Rodeli of Alton islted the first part of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rodeli. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle McDaniels of Greenfield visited Monday with Mcdora MEDOKA Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grissom have returned home from a week's trip in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. William Hembrow. Mrs. Leonard Shackles and daughter. Rhonda spent Monday with Mrs. Ralph Partridge of East Alton. The Rov. W. A. Summers was in Alton Tuesday on business. Mrs, Thomas Gaffney and children, Linda and Johnny Lee, Mrs. Curtis Eldredge and Mrs. Harold Tucker were in Alton Monday. Jack Glenn, Carlinvllle, and George Brown were supper guests Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Elliott. Now! FINE Coffee Flavor At last, you can enjoy the rich, mellow aroma and flavor you love in risk of sleeplessness, nervousness and indigestion. For new Coffee Flavor Postum is completely free of caffein! No caffein no "coffee New Coffee Flavor Postum saves you money, it'sonly Yi the costof coffee or instant coffees. At your groceVs. Try it today FaCtS. Both coffee and tea contain caffein- a drug a nerve stimulant. So, though many can drink them without harm others become nervous, sleepless. But new Coffee Flavor Postum is absolutely caffein-free. MAKE THIS TEST: Drink new Coffee Flavor Postum exclusively for 30 days by resultsl You'll never to give up coffee flavor new freedom from "coffee POSTUM coffee or Instant coffees Everett Clark, Alton, entertained Sunday at ttie home of Mr. and Mrs. Rojr Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Elliott visited in Jacksonville Tuesday with her sister, Miss Rlchey, a student nurse at Our Saviour's Moipi- tal. Mrs. Mayme Rhoads returned home Tuesday evening from Minneapolis, Where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mabel Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ritchey, Fidelity, supper guests Tuesday at. the home of Mr. and Mrs, Paul Ewin. The Romans Introduced glass- making into France, then known as Gaul. Long-faced, mournful looking men wilt staff the "Far Twittering A Oyster Perch Railway," a 15-inch giuge miniature railway to be shown at the Festival of Britain, and one engine will spout both tea and steam. Did You Ever Wonder If Bunny Rabbits Could Swim What Tomatoes Would Taste Like if They Were Blue? Still available at grocers REGULAR POSTUM Entirely caffein-free Hearty, grain-rich flavor steady favorite of millions. Look for the familiar label I A WODUCT Of GENERAL FOODS or What Makes LUER'S HAMS the finest flavored on the market? We Don't Know All ihe Answers But We Can Tell You About LUER'S LUER'S is the finest-flavored Ham because it is selected from the choicest corn-fed porkers. Each Ham is sugar-cured and cooked in fragrant hickory smoke. There, is no rush job done on this masterpiece of rich, tender goodness can't be made in one fell Each slice of LUER'S HAM is fine-grained and succulent. The Ham is ready-to-serve with the delicious old-fashioned taste sealed right in! 3. WlSe chooses Ham of Quality and who knows that a whole Luer Ham is economical because it will serve many wonderfully different meals for her family. The work is all done for her and the main part of her meal is prepared. Can't you just hear those "OH'S" and We wager even Isolde could have kept Tristan from meandering if she had only known about FOR THRIFTY FOOD SHOPPERS Washington State EATING APPLES 4 25 CALIFORNIA, SWEET EATING PEARS CALIFORNIA ICEBERG LETTUCE 2 as 19 CRISPY FRESH Very Good and Cheap HARD RIPE, SLICING TOMATOES 2 0 Oirtoni mj FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES OR CALIF. NAVEL SUGAR SWEET doz. FULL 0' FLAVOR TONS OF GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 5 Ibs. 49 Full o' Juice Everybody Loves Bananas WE HAVE PLENTY OF GOOD FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 10 for Seedless RED TRIUMPH POTATOES 100-lb. Bag 1 .96 Good Cookers FRESH COUNTRY EGGS Doz. EVERY ONE GUARANTEED 45 GET YOUR SUPPLY OF EASTER CANDY NOW! CHOCOLATE 1 Qc RABBITS Chocolate Marshmallow EGGS CALIFORNIA FRESH, CRISPY CARROTS Bunc 15

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