Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1954 · Page 23
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Member of The Associated Press. 5c Per Copy. Smoked Hams* Turkeys Are Easter Bargains By tHF, ASSOCTAtfcD PRESS Smoked hams and turkeys are the feature attractions in most of I lie nation's food Stores this Easter \\r'f'kfnd. And in general, prices on the t\\n itrrns will be lower than a v rck ago. Hams will be down from four to right cents a pound. Turkeys will he anywhere from six crnts to a dime cheaper than last \\cnkpnd. If you want something other than the "traditional" Easter dinner features, your best bets, value- wise, will be veal and prime ribs. Food men say veal cuts continue to be reasonably priced. Prime ribs appear to HP resisting the upward trend of other meats. Legs of lamb and sirloin steaks I will be generally higher this week| end. Pork chops will be up in some places and off in others. Prices remain high, however. Egg price rises of two to as much as six cents a dozen are planned by stores in various sec- ttons of the country. Butter will be the same in most places. Celery, spinach, onions, potatoes and cabbage remain on the list of extra - special vegetable buys. Rated as good buys arc new crop potatoes, corn, eggplant, small- size peppers and squash. TELEGRAPH ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, APRIL 15,1954 EASY TO CAR*? on Types of Drugs Staled Tuesday The story behind the pharmaceutical industry will be the theme of the fourth public health and safety clinic sponsored by the Greater Alton Association of Commerce, Dr. E. K. DuVivier, 1 chairman 01 the committee, announced this morning. West Junior High School library will again be the scene of this clhiic at S p. m. Tuesday The public is invited to attend, Dr. DuVivier slated, without admission charge. The panelists will show why certain drugs are used in particular kind;- of treatment and why the cost of different types of drugs varies. Moderator of the panel will be Dr. Richard L. Worcester. I Members of the panel are Rusi sell Dale, subject. "Prescription Pharmacy"; William J. Droste, subject, "Hospital Pharmacy"; I Wiliam Dick, subject ; "The Manufacturing of Pharmaceuticals"; E. Stewart Wills, subject, "Laws Governing Pharmacy." There will be a question and answer period. The Republic of China has rejoined the International Civil Aviation Organization from which it withdrew in 1951, Paris reports. i AB ^ NI £NOR OLD LACB-Krank Kipaom, Ih. villain "AN Lace," to be prcsontpd «t the Community High School In Wood River weikh a potent weapon that has no relation to the title of the pl. v . The H " IS K °^ r Kin * erl »*' «»" R °g" Wilbur rub! his hand! t < | P roceedln «5- 1 Thc comedy, the final dramatic produc- A»rU 22 « fc 7 *£?' W " * I"™ 01 "" 1 •" «l» «*ool auditorium art ph to y IMIrchaswl from •"embers of the cast,~I»ritch- KAftLK STAMPS Kxim Snvintfn 1 '-B. '"!•>, A>;.i.fe(.•, v,Sfe;'.;',.«j&w&fiisSS' Cake Mixes l*h«n« 2.OO:il M lo «, frl. <« f» GRAPE JELLY For ttreaktnnt Easter Morning Premium HAMS H Shank S Portion * '/a • H Butt H Portion Vnanimous Approval C^tt^niiHrPTA Endorses School Tax Rate Increase MM ff rose .,; HAMS in _ Ham Slices Swift's Brookfield C«~ 'Link Sausage, Lb. OwC liiUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi BACON 59* i . PORK SAUSAGE ..... 39c| Ground Beef 3" $11 ^^^*%^^T^T^\^ ^ ^% % ^^^ V%\% \^V%%\%%^%%\ %%% % % %At%.%Ai%. %.%AA.%A *^™ — - . ^•W^-WWWWWWVW^T-w^-W-^f-m fff-wr VW WW «^H FRYERS Pnn llrady i-i: .^^^ _ ....w..w«vv«vvwvV«*«VV« • WMIIM ^^ Round Steak 69cl ****-1aaaaa*»«... . . ^^ ^^ ^*^ ••*• Sirloin Steak 6Oe i ^^ '•--"-•'^-T^^»»W»W»W» »»»»»»»»»»»»»»» ;^— mn^^ii^^*m»m«««i..f J .T~-..*'.. "-^^^^ EE Short Steaks 55cl COTTAGE HILLS. — Meeting Tuesday night at the school gym here, the Cot tape Hills PTA en dorsed unanimously the proposed school tax rate Increase for Community Unit School District 8, which is to be placed before the voters for a referendum next July 10. Wilbur, Trimpe, superintendent of schools for the district, yvas present to explain the increase. Elects Officers • Mrs. George Margherio was named president for the ensuing year, in an election of officers, also held at the Tuesday meeting. Others named were Mrs. Claud Sturgill, vice president; Mrs. Roland Klopmeier, secretary; and Mrs. Charles Over- meier, treasurer. Officers will be installed at the annual banquet May 11. Mayor Erwin Plegge of Bethal(o showed slides as part of the program, and the second grade students provided music under lhe direction of Mrs. Frances Castile, in charge of vocal music for the district. Second grade teachers here are Mrs. Elmei Shaw and Mrs. Joe Izsak. A donation of $50 was voted for the Civic Memorial YMCA summer program, which is to get under way in mid-June. The supper and entertainment the PTA is planning for April 29, at which Texas Bruce of the KSD-TV Wranglers' Club will be the featured entertainer, was discussed. Loaal talent will furnish a portion of the program. Mrs. Earl Grucnfelder, chairman, asked members to donate pies of any kind for the supper, and Mrs. James Stanford, in charge of 'the homemade candy stand, asked for donations of all types of candy. Auditing Committee Named Mrs. Sturgill, Mrs. Verner Tucker and Mrs. Norman Shewmaker were named (o an auditing committee. The Easter egg hunt, held Thursday afternoon at Smith's Pasture, was discussed. Mrs. Walker said a radio program over lhe Alton station, prepared by Mrs. Ixsak, the club's radio chairman, had been aired last April 3. Mrs. 1/sak's second grade room won the attendance prize for the meeting. The PTA executive board will meet Monday, April 26, instead of Tuesday, April 27, as originally scheduled, because of the Mothers' Club function at Fos- lerburg on that dale. The Mothers' Club is also holding a potluck luncheon and meeting at the Westerner Club on May 4, starting at 11:30. The rescheduled board meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. James Stanford. Petroleum engineers say the ideal for auto fuel economy is 98 octane gasoline and 10 to 1 compression ratios in the engines; present tops being about 96 oc- taine and 8.7 to 1. AGOLEO 2 43el Oiler Alumni Dance Set May 14 Attendance Li mi led lo 200 Persons WOOD RIVER - Attendance at the Oiler Alumni spring dance at the Betlialto Barn will be limited to 200 persons, the president, Dr. Harold Hudson, announced today. When that many tickets have brcn sold the remainder will be called in. The si/.e of accomodalions at the Barn make it imperative that no more than that number be admitted, he said. The dance is scheduled for May 14 wilh the Ronnie Klaus orchestra providing music. Present dance plans call for flowers for all the ladies and door prizes. This is the first spring dance to be staged by the alumni. For several years they have had very successful Christmas dinner dances and members of the social committee thought it advisable to gct-to-gethor twice " during lhe year therefore planned this spring activity. Tickets are available from Oival Burk, Louis Camp, Frank Carstens, Hudson, Byron Killam, Kerrigan Logsdon, Mrs. Ernest Maguire, Howard Getting, Don Oil, Mcrv Stahlhut, Kenneth Sloecklin, Mrs. James Towcy, Mrs. Charles Summers and at Deckers Tavern at Bethallo. Jun, Osborn, Meyer 3n Savings, Loan Groups Louis G. Jun, W. G. Osborn and II. Edward Meyer of Alton received word today of their appointments to IflSi committees of the United Slates Savings and Loan League. The appointments were announced by • Ralph R, Crosby of Providence, R. I., president of the 62 year old nationwide trad*; organi/ation of he savings association businss. Jun, secretary of the Alton Building & l^oan Association, will serve on the appraisal policy and building practices committee, Osborn, assistant secretary of Gcrmania Savins & lx>an Association, will serve on .the advertising and busmsss development committee. Edward Meyer, secretary of Home Building & Uian Association will serve on the loan procedures committee. Frish Baktd Gfttfs Daily Kirthday-Weddlnit Caltet Our Specialty. Ample Parking Available. DUKE BAKERY Corner 9tb mid Henry SlreeU AG CORN AC PEAS « Union Good Friday Service April 16th 12 to 3 P. M FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sixth and Marktt Strt «U Alton Ministerial Association The liver of a. 90-foot whale may weigh a ton. Witrden WOftDKN. -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Brunmvorth entertained Ruents Sunday in honor of their daughter, .Toan Klennor. who WHS confirmed at Trinity Lutheran Ohurrh. Dinner and supper were served. Tho.tr> present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred F.. Rrvmn- worth. Mr. and Mis. Tony Os- trmvsky and son, Donald, and daughter, f>onnn Jean; Kdgar nnd Cynthitf Hrunmvorih, of \\Wden; Mr. and Mrs. Krhard Brunmvorth and son, Richnrd. of Alton; Mrs. Rosina Meyer of Granite City, and Mr. arid Mrs*. Frank Eggcr* of Dorchester. A union Easier sunrise serv- iee, sponsored by the NVorden Federation of Churches will be held in the city park Sunday morninR at fi:^ n.m. If the weather is unfavorable, the meetitiR will bo In the school K.vmnnsium. A1C Hilly C. MaedRC Is heir from the Marshall Islands and Is spending a riO-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Mncdge. Desk Clrrk Checks 'Kilts'—Misses Cash HENO. Nev. A>— A woman trie- phoned desk clerk Dan Smith of the Ml/pah llnlrl Wednesday and cried: "Tlierp's smoke coming from the lop floor of the hotel." Smith raced up three flights of stairs to investigate. When he came back, $!K>5 was missing from the cash register. Thc horse Silver Queen cost $54,01)0 yet never won a' race. ^^^^^^^**mmm^m Duke Bakery DIAL 2-2»2't „,'.. _.... .. »th niul Henry Sin. Closed Easter Sunday ORDER NOW FOR EASTER! Easter Glory Cake Decorated Cake Eggs Chicken, Bunny and Lamb Mold Cakes '.<V ,-T•!«"' V<5$ Us Sj$>SPJ' Decorated Cup Cake» "™* ».»••" Happy Eosfer fo AW Counti . <'?' mz NABKCO Section 3 Pages 23*34 Established Jafltrafy 15, 1836. • Blue Col! • Oak Calf $1195 $12.95 • nl,ACK PATENT • BLUK CAMS' • RED CALF Excitement »erved up in luitrou* leathers that mke • thine lo apridf... tb«l look fre»h *nd fashion-new...that gjv«'yon Many Other WMrtn «M-plu»...« Rhythm Foam inner. Cho';V? roi ,, ' ole under lhe etttl ' e »>.ll of your fool, and ., the famous Rhythm Step 1.2-5, Better Shoes ior Less STATB AT THIRD mAt ,.,„, **., KJ , HON6Y GRAHAMS U; Graham Rfch..,Honeq fiweef I What a happy combination of wholeaomeness and flavor your children get in NABISCO SUGAR HONJSY GRAHAMS ! 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