Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 29, 1954 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 29, 1954
Page 27
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THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1954 Three Rethnlto Pupils in Stale Music Contest BETHALTO — Civic MwwJrial High School will send three students to the state-wide music contest finals at Bradley University Friday. Jackie Chappee win enter flie vocal solo competition, while TELEGRAPH Rosemary McCracken and Joy Zimmermann will compete in the instrumental contests. Miss Me- Cracken win play a tenor saxophone solo, and Miss Zimmermann will pJay a piano solo. The entries will be provided mus- ictl accompaniment by Annette Zimmermann. The students win make the tnp in the company of Mrs. Frances Castile, Mrs. Anita Trimpe and Wayne Combs. PACE CHARLES COX COMMANDER Or AtfON VfiffiRANS Of Officers were installed diiflnj a meeting Sunday afternoon at the West Delmaf Avc. Hill lam Petenen is retiring command^.—Photo Mrs. Carl Cain Elected To Head Bethalto Rotary Anns BETHALTO — Mrs. Carl Cairt was elected president of the Rotary Anns Club at an annual election Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. R. G. Klein. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Al Paul, vice president; FOR THE BEST MILK ASK FOR COLONIAL DAIRY "GRADE A" MILK And For the BEST In Eating Use COLONIAL CREAMEC COTTAGE CHEESE OR COLONIAL SALAD CREAM (Sour Cream) COTTAGE EGGS K Ib. chipped dried beef t tablespoon* butter 4 tablespoons gcaJliong, minced % cup cottage cheew * «&*»• well beaten the dried beef apart (about 1 cup). Saute in butter over low he«t with the mhiced Maroons until they are browned. Add the Colonial Cottage cheese io the beaten eggs and continue beating- until smoothly blended. Pour over the dried beef and cook over low heat, stirring occasionally, until thick and wit. Remove to a •erv ng dish. Sprinkle with paprika or cayenne and garnish with watercress or BIT OF SALAD CREAM? Ask your grocer, or the Colonial Driver-Salesman, for that delicious Cottage Cheese or Salad Cream. Packed in "Duroglas" jar to protect the flavor and freshness. Mrs. Kenneth Sheary, secretary and Mrs. Calvin Neunaber, treas urer. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Klein and Mrs. William Neunaber, who were assisted b> Mrs. Erwin Plegge. The H members present vot ed to donate $5 to the Cancel Society, and they made plans fbr a guest night to be held in June. Mrs. Cain, chairman o the Cancer Society drive in Be thalto, announced that $300 has been collected so far. Mrs. Plegge introduced the guest speaker, Mrs. John Hagan Mrs. Hftgan told of her experiences while living in South America. The attendance prize was awarded to Mrs. Hagan. It wa"s announced^ that Mrs Charles Aghetta and Mrs. Leslie Prehn would serve as hostesses at the next meeting of the Club Home Bureau to Meet BETHALTO. - The Wood Rlv ,er Unit of the Home Bureau wll meet Thursday at the Methodisi Church at 10 a.m. to plan a program for a District Bureau meet ing May 5. All members have been urged to attend. Frank Johnson Improving BETHALTO — Frank Johnsor is reported to be improving a the Divine Brothers Clinic ir Kansas City, Kan., where he un derwent surgery last week. Ht was visited by his daughter ane son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edvyards, the first pact of thlf week. Bowling News BETHALTO - In the Tues day Men's League Schott's Moto Sales won three from thsL«14 Club, Leonard Ice and Fuel wot three from the Rotary Club Beacon Finance won three fron Art Cleaners and Knoche Tele v\\\\m\\\\\\\\\\\\\m\\\\\w GOOD FOOD PEPPER 0,.00 l_0i. Cans^B MI^T CIGARETTES C and H SUGAR All leading regular brands 10 Package Carton FOR LESS TELEVISION SPECIAL! STRAWBERRY PRESERVES El-Be. Fancy, whole red ripe strawberries and pure Cane sugar. Just like home made. 12-oz. Glass 29* FRUIT COCKTAIL El - Be Fancy, an ideal combination of the finest fruit grown. In extra heavy syrup. No, 303 Can 26' SWEET POTATOES Homefolk, Whole golden sweet potatoes in syrup. No. 2 Can •— 15c PEANUT BUTTER El-Be. Fancy, creamy texture. Has the rich full flavor of fine roasted peanuts, 12-Oz. Decorated Tumbler 29 HOT PEPPERS No-Me. Bulgarian Style. Yellow. 32-Oz. Jar 34c REAL-KILL Bug Killer 69 C Pint btl. GUM Wrigley. All flavors. RAISINS El-Be. Fancy Thompson seedless. Sweet, thin skinned. 15 Oz. Box 18e SPINACH Gold Chain. Fancy Garden Spinach 12' Con OLIVES Gold,Chain. Queen Salad Olives No. 24 Jar 47« BUCKEYE PEAS El-Be. Fancy, packed from fresh. 300 O Can- £ For 25' PRUNE JUICE El-Be. Fancy unsweetened ... the pure juice of California prunes. 32-oz. Bottlt 31 APPLE BUTTER Cold Chain. Prepared with apple cider and sugar. Deliciously spiced. 28*oi» Jar * MEATDEPT. * BOILED HAM Wafer Sliced %-i b SMOKED JOWLS Luer'», (rethly tmoked 3 to 4-lb., Lb. BRAUNSCHWEIGER OC r Luer'» 4- — — — ^. IQ-Oi. phg «J^>V LARGE BOLOGNA Luer'a Sliced — — — — _ _ i,b, A» Advertised by Hou«6w)fe'« Protetlive league and Sunrise Salute on Station KMOX. ' MILNOT . 3 IWITZCR LICORICE Package — -^ — -- ^. ^, ^. _ INSTANT PELS MAfTHA Urge p»ckage -- : . ^ -^ ,., „ O.OON MOUSE f RUFE Bo* ----- , -- _ 28c " B. %VV SALTED MIXED NUTS Busier, 8-Oz. Vacuum Tin NIAGARA STARCH J2-Oz. Pkg. . ARQQ flLOSS~$fARCin Lb, Box __„. CRACKER JACK 14e Sc COLGATE TOOTH PASTE 27 C Large Size 46 • v 29c 33c VASELHE MIR TOKIC Personal Size — «, . TOILET TISSUE OUmond Dee. fl50-She«t __ FELS NAPTHA SOAP Morton Houit Product! Beef awl Gravy ll-oz. c«n Fork and Gravy .,.,.,,, l«-o*. can HOT SAUCE Cl-Be. fancy made from Loul»- lan« Hot Peppori. .3-0% Bottle 9 •I ICED TEA Goorf Until May 1st * * SpwUl BJend H-lb, box |Preo Cream Sandwieb, 11',lot. Suit* Oream Sandwich, 11094*0z. YOUR CHOICE ... We ffcaervo (fee Right t9 limit UPTOWN WARKCT " Homtort, AI/TQM BOOTEN GENERAL STORE FOOBTORES BROWN'S GROCERY uflT *« OROCCRY ^ 1 470 COLLCGC AVI. MARKET am cau»*9 VICARI'I MARKET J8M K. taortvv, AltfW vision won Trucking. Tied a 2,566 honors. Dr had Individ Godar, 232] boubl BETHALT doubles thalto alley ners have wo from Susesrn Beacon team roll- id an 886 for team W. J. Renter, 595, high series, and lad the high game. Tourney Ends 3 — The handicap! tou nament at the Behas ended, and win- eon announced. Topping o a 1,309 we Bethalto an Cottage Mi was the Bu ton combina third place kegled by Bunker Hll Norman H game to tourney. He In every fi perfect 300 Otwerveii BETHALT sen was h birthday la bratlon hel parents, M Suessen. Dl and Mrs. and Mrs. Minnie Dep Neubauer bauer, 1'iistr BETHAL' Auxiliary w sale Saturd Hardware ! gin at 10 a May 7 is 1 members i Baptist Ch Two co WARS. 60S by Don Hayes.. FOR THE MOST OF THE BEST FOR THE LEAST IN ALTON IT'S PAUL!! 1 icr competitors with e Homer Staas of J. Underwood of i. In second place Iman-Tungett of Alon with a 1,273, and went to the 1,254 Velch and Rull of 11 rolled the highest recorded in the lattened all the pins me to end with a ame. First niHhclny 0 — Trella Sue Sues- nored on her first week at a cole- at the home of her and Mrs. Eugene ner guests were Mr. eorge Suessen, Mr, G. Suessen, Miss ndahl, Miss Ruth d Mrs. Alma Neu- Sale Set 0 — The Firemen's 1 sponsor a pastry morning at Prehns ore. Selling is to be- m. - ( ••Daughter t Planned Mage Hills HILLS — An an- Mothe Banqi At G COTTAG nual mother-daughter banquet ing planned by the the Cottage Hills named to and have work. On are Mrs. Mrs. The Glenn Clo Cbrcoran program committee. arrange tho banquet started preparatory the table committee Leonard Hodge and ma Jackson. Mrs. Inger ant) Mrs. A. J. ire to sarve on the PTA COTTAGE HILLS — An en- tertalnmen by the Pa lion will b grade schdol gym. ch. mlttees have been Show Tonight program sponsored ent-Teacher Assocla- held tonight In the uce will be the fea- tion, though acts by will also be Revival Continues HILLS — Revival the Assembly of God Texas B lure attra area resl< ents shown. Church COTTAG services at Church, the Rev. Maurice Burgund paster, will continue each evening this week at 7:30 p. m. Guest speaker is tho Rev. Emory Hipp. GiiWiM to Meet BETHAtTO -The Sioux Tribe of t[ie Indian Guides will meet Frl fly at the home of Leonard Regular ducted, War Ob Dat WQRD liam Lo golden v, their ho; house fr tho even, for relal Two o attendant Worden t meler of the gues WORDE ker, son Loemker rolled & Loulg. Worderi '49. Tho cr ball quo School w P. m. in ilum. NEW Puncan. Ing Ame people w lived lonj Ms aniel and son, Steve, usiness Is to be con- en Couple erves 50th of Wedding N—Mr. and Mrs, WIN mker observed their 'tiding anniversary at e Sunday with open m 2 to 4 p. m. In a dinner was served es. the coupWt wedding Fred Hagemeier of id Mrs. Charieg Hslne- Staunton were among present. t'orilen Noteg N — Robert G. Loom- f Mr. and Mrs. W, F. of Worden has en- Parks College, St, is a graduate of gh School, class of wnlng of the basket, n of Worden High i be held Friday at 8 public ichool gymna. '»'» Too Sliort ORK, ff -, Raymond ong-haired, toga-wear- can philosopher, gayg uld be smarter if they r. Arriving oij one of o vlsiti from Parji, he comment d: "When you jet to be 80 Jike me, yoiyi commjence to see the light, Wf die too young. Awri' c» wjji fan reaUy gpeat when peo- f Tffegn lb. Waot Mi "Click" PURE GROUND BEEF v.». «P2P Ajroji. j». cnotcB — rmsf CUTS it BEEF CHUCK ROAST . '•.\oop2 A £P 1 T :A rlimrls - t-nKVRR torsi! SIRLOIN STEAKS . . , NO BONK!! NO WASTE!! BONELESS BEEF ROLLS CtlOICK CKNTKR CUTS, TOO!! Beef Rui HKRK'S A TRCATM qVAUTV RXTRA LEAN ^....^. , .„„.. I riniKaT HUAUTY EXTRA LEAN Beef Rump Roast... 49c Ground Chuck . . "49c IIKRK'S A TRKATit * FRESH PORK CUTLETS .... . . 49c "S9ID $1.00 FINEST CENTER CUTS!! . NO ENDS!! CENTER PORK CHOPS . MICKtjfoERRV V1NKSTM BUTTERED BEEF STEAKS VoV'Lt ENJOY fllESEll' BEEF CLUB STEAKS . . PACKS FOUR OUR FAMOUS LEADER !t BUY TIIK PIECE it rVaiTiliiiraiiiSi. il:' I "UY TIIK I'lECE!! WIENERS .... 39cI BOLOGNA . ... JANClf QUALITY!! PRR8M DRKSSRDI! FRYING CHICKENS «39c WHOLE OLIVt Grocery Department WITH YOUR PURCHASE OK $1,00 OR MOUK OK OTHER MERCHANDISE OLD JUDGE COFFEE . . . IT'S GRADE "A" . i. A | i HOMOGENIZED MILK . . . • • • • HALF GALLONS I HALF GALLONS 8 POUND UNIT $1.09 . . . 29c SAVE 11 II MEADOLAKE f MARGARINE SUPER SPECIAL MEADOLAKE i c c Off PAGK 20 —WITH COUPON 5 Ib. LARQ1C — « LIMIT— $fl.2B CASK OF •!» I LAKtiK si*i'J * • 941 2 CASK Pet or Carnation... 12^cI MlLNOT . ... . 9c ALTON'S IlKSTCOFFKKItDV!! SORRY_8 POlTvn IIMITII PREFERRED COFFEE . . —»—— FAMOUH 11RAND •* ' • " ' irrri r «&M SALAD DRESSING . . , . . . . .^$ GIANT SI/KI! CIJHIHNG'H, TOO!! KOSHER DILL PICKLES . . . . . 2 " TUNA FISH 4 49c|SALMON . . . . 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