Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 6, 1971 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 6, 1971
Page 10
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A-10 Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, January 6, 1971 In, out of hospitals in Telegraph m*ca St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Mrs. Uliss Birkhimer. Brighton Jessie Dunlap Jr.. 1310 E. 4th Maura Fitzgerald, 150R Henry Charles Guthrie. Roxana Edward Hamlin, East Alton Dorothy Herring, 238 Janet Mrs. Barbara Hoffsfetter Cottage Hills : Roy Mueller, Edwardsville >. Joe Muse, 905 W. nth .Mark Holloway. 3184 Lawn 'Harold Norris, 1R02 Henry :Mrs. Nancy Reynolds. East Alton Arthur Salmons. 3224 Edsall Mrs. Nell Stork, Godfrey Thomas Toolen. St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Mary Whitofonl. Edwardsville 'Jeffery Porter, H-52 West Ninth DISMISSALS Mrs. Bemice Barnes, Wood River Stephine Bourland. 1919 Burling Timothy Brendel, Jerseyville Mrs. Jane Bush, Jersevville Mrs. Alma Jones, Brighton Linda Jones, Brighton Patricia Kueker, Bethallo ifMichael Lueck, East Alton I Cathy Madden, Carlinville : ; Mrs. Hazel Magg, Godfrey >• Joseph Massey, 007 E. 4th | Herbert Mfllef, 2304 Crawford Adriene Podner, Granite City I Beatrice Rigney, Bethalto jg Mrs. Joyce Smith, Hamburg I Alton Memorial $ ADMISSIONS £ Edward Platto, Jerseyville £' Mrs. Laura Thomas, Bethalto |,v Lisa Chandler, South Roxana ;•' Mrs. Kay Rhoades, Godfrey | Mrs. Shirley Bock, 2510 Davis | Mrs. Betty Light, 2424 Maxey § Mrs. Georgia Hettick, Roxana I Wilma Ele, 3224 Belle I Andrew Sciranko, Livingston V Scott Giberson, 2108 Orchard j : Mrs. Olive Gaines, East Alton I Willard IBarger, Hartford "$ M T s . Evelyn Galbraith, 'Bethalto William Walker, Jr., East .Alton •|<Rick Winters, Jerseyville fjMrs. Ida Johnson, 226 &Madison |JMrs. Betty Dallape, East fAlton fM r s . Ernestine Texada, ^Godfrey Mrs. Margaret Dehner, 202 Dooley Donald Holman, Granite City Ann Sanford, Jerseyville Mrs. Carol Combs, East Alton Leslie Neudecker, 1105 Washington Mrs. Edith Cochran, 3708 Berkeley Mrs. Muriel Harshbarger, Cottage Hills Ralph Early, Rte. 1 Michael Wickenhauser, Brighton Robert Oettle, 622 Elfgen DISMISSALS Mrs. Pamela Whitlock, Kast Alton Mrs. Jonene ('rain, Wood River Mrs. Janice Goss, Brighton Georgia Hettick, Roxana Donald Souder, Edwardsville Paulette Maronie, Brighton Richard Grenxebach, !)04 McKinley Julia Blaxier, Godfrey Mrs. Darlenc Kirchner, 4712 Fantasy Leonard Raines, 3218 Oakwood Mary Rainey, Carrollton Wallace Oil, Wood River Samuel Maronie, Wood River Lillie Gauntt, Roodhouse Walter Pickett, Hartford Carol Perolio, Godfrey Elizabeth Lauschke, 23 Logan Yvette Warcn, 40()fi Aberdeen Tim Moore, 3406 Agnes K a r c n Halleman, 2829 Viewland St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Kimbcrlcy Bumey, Gillespio Mrs. Lorcne Corrigan, Godfrey Mrs. Marie Krueger, Jer- seyvHle James Corzine, Godfrey Loyd Marvel, Bethallo Mrs. Emma Miller, Brighton Mrs. Henrietta McRae, Moro Mrs. Edith Case, East Alton Mrs. Lola Harmon, East Alton Joe Baker, Wood River DISMISSALS Wendy Adams, 2351 Loncoln Ted Grcsham, 3(525 McArthur Allen Pcridorc, South Roxana Mrs. Myrtle Dopp, Cottage Hills Janet Pruitt, 3108 Trumble John Mondin, 1912 Western River Township ADMISSIONS Lee Stoner, Brighton Michael Hart, Bethalto Mrs. Mabel Thillips, Cottage Hills William Brooks, East Alton Frank Hayn, East Alton Thurman .Touett, 781 Rice Billy Daubenspeck, 801 Ferguson Mrs. Imogens Allen, Alton Mrs. Mildred Benson, 481 Slate Aide DISMISSALS Thomas Fleming, Godfrey Leo Lacey, East Alton Joan Whitlock, Cottage Hills Edith Estes, 503 State James Freeman, East. Alton Shirley Johnson, East Alton Handy Curtis, Cottage Hills Carl Allen Jr., Kast Alton Sf, Frnnris (Litchfirlcl) ADMISSIONS Martha Augustine, Livingston Theodore lloim, Livingston William Fran/en, Mt. Olive Blanche Clark, Wood River Enlah Harle, Mt. Clare Mary Magclli. Ml. Clare Lydia Osborn, Gillospic Julius Bollman, Mt. Olive Joley Throne, Bunker Hill Evelyn Ramseicr, Mt. Olive .lohn Rolando, Benld La Vern Rosenlhal, Mt. Olive DISMISSALS Deloras Tucker, Benld Kurt Liebscher, Ml. Olive Marshall Frey, Staunton Kevin Blevins, Gillespie Vonda Clark, Gillespie Ada Edwards, Gillespie St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Mary Lane, Edwardsville Mrs. Barbara Bast, Edwardsville Lynclell Knister, EdwardsviHe DISMISSALS K i m Langcnwaltcr, Edwardsville Ccci] Cullipher, Edwardsville Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Russell Douglas, Jerseyville Elizabeth Johnson, Jerseyville Holland Longnccker, Batchtown Kathryn Weiner, Jerseyville FRIGIDAIRE FROST-PROOF SIDE-BY-SIDE End Defrosting Drudgery FRIGIDAIRE Quickube TRAY 29 ,$2.35 VALUE C ONLY V 1 LIMIT 2 TRAYS TO EACH CUSTOMER Frigidaire BIG 20 Side-By-Side Gant! 7,05 cu. ft. Freezer! Special Feature! Adrl an Automatic let- Maker now or later! KepUices tln< Pri-s- c-iit. ILV .service- in your rel'rineralor. Knsy moving! Smooth-nude nylon Hollers make elenninn behind easy. Frost-Proof! You'll never have to defrost Frigidaire Refrigerator with 65-lb. size top Freezer Chest • Roomy! Yet It's just 30" wide! • Sliding Chill Drawer for meats! • Full-width vegetable Hydrator holds up to 25.1 qts. *Wirh qualifying trade Open Man. & Fri. Til 9 p.m. FRIGIDAIRE SURFACE RENEWER cleans, polishes and waxes refrigerators and other painted $ i 45 surfaces PORCELAIN SPEED CLEANER for RANGES $1 45 NU-COAT Door Seal $ | 25 Cleaner • RDE-38P Frigidaire Electri-clean Oven cleans racks, drip bowls, too • Save time, work, money! Oven cleans itself for about the price of a cup of coffee. • Cook-Master ovon control starts, stops cooking automatically. • L'asy-view surface unit controls. TRADE NOW Kxtni Tntdc-lii Alloumucs Open Mon. & Fri. 'Til 9 p.m. REFRIGERHTiDn CO. Helen Gorhnm, Merloni Leigh fltterbnek, Jersdyville Orval Reed. Jerseyville DISMISSALS Betty Devor, Jerseyville Amelia Woolward, Jerseyville Christopher Weaver, Hardin Constantine Patsaros, Godfrey Mary Tuetken, Alton Glenda Summess, Godfrey Boycl rVTeinoritil Carrollfon ADMISSIONS M r s . Mary Anderson, Cairollton Vicky Cochran, Greenfield Ebert Elmore, Greenfield Mrs. Nellie Lamrny, Kampsville Carolyn Erwin, Kane Mary Rainey, Carrollton DISMISSALS Orland Clendenny, Eldred Donald Crane, Kane Alan Voiles, Eldred Marilyn Adcock, Eldred Mrs. Patricia Whitlock, Carrollton Carlinville Area ADMISSIONS Mary Van Iluss, Carlinville Sadie Shade, Carlinville Klhel Skeens, Bunker 11)11 Mary Baker, Carlinville Virginia Keck, Carlinville Viola Snyder, Carlinville Dixie Lambert, Carlinville Irnia Hammann, Carilnville John Kahl, Carlinville John Penning, Bunker Hill Pauline Grccnwalt, Carlinville DISMISSALS Viola Snyder, Carlinville Bernard Gregory, Shipman Raymond J a m i c s o n , Carlinville Roger Hall, Shipman Carlinville oks parking fund By HELEN LISTON Telegraph Correspondent The Carlinville City Council Monday night authorize^ funds to acquire land for atl offstreet parking lot near the business district. The Council directed the city attorney to offer Standard Oil Co. $19,000 for property it owned by the company at the corner of N. Broad and 1st North Street. City Attorney John Russell said Standard Oil had not consider e d selling the property but would take under consideration any offer the city might make. Some of the aldermen have been anxious for the city to acquire the property, pointing out that there are no city- owned parking lots close to .,1 he square that can be used for general parking. The traffic and parking problem also sparked passage <jf two new ordinances Monday night. One set up a speed limit of 15 miles por hour on East 2nd South Street between Mayo and Ellison Streets, and on Ellison Street from East 1st South Street to Ramey Street and on Elm street east of Mayo St. The Council also established new "No Parking" zones near the courthouse and the post office. In action affecting the police department, the Council is submitting an application to the Illinois Law Enforcement Commission for a grant up to $6,590 to upgrade the department through purchase of another patrol car, a set of walkie- talkies, an electric typewriter, a radio remote control unit and a copying machine. At the December meeting of the city council bids were advertised for a new police car. Monday night the council voted to accept a low bid of $995 from Dick Shirley, Inc. The other bids were $1147 from Starr Motors and $2000 from Weatherford Motors. prescriptions Filled the way your doctor orders! ZSKE PHARMACY Open 9 to » 827 E. Airline Dr., Rosewood Heights 289-1263 Fire officers re-elected at Carlinville CARLINVILLE — John Taylor has been re-elected president of the Carlinville Fire Department. Other officers re-elected were: Walter Klein, vice president; Earl Wiles, secretary-treasurer; Joe Kufa, chief; William Pranger, assistant chief; John Fieri, trustee for a two-year term; Albert Whitler, trustee for a one-year term. Fall and Winter SALE STARTS THURSDAY LADIES' SPORTSWEAR Wool Bermudas Gauchos Slacks Culottes OFF WOOL SKIRTS Special Groups $5 — $10 — $14 GIRLS' DRESSES Toddlers Children Chubbies Save 20% to 50% BOYS' SPORT COATS regular and slim 30% off BOYS' C.P.O. JACKETS Lined nncl Unllned Sizes 8 to 20 20% off YOUNG MEN'S DRESS JEANS regular prices to 9.00 ^ pgjf |Q|. Hopsack, Corduroy, Twills, cords 4.75 pair MEN'S SHOES Regular 21,95 to 25.95 now 17.88 17,95 to 20,95 now 12.88 9.95 to 15,95 now 7.10 LADIES' BLOUSES SIZES 28 TO 38 Regularly 4,95 to 6,95 now 3.66 Regularly 9,95 to 12,95 now 7.88 Regularly 15,00 to 20.00 now 12. LADIES': Knit Suits Coot and Dress Ensembles Pant Suits Jacket and Dress Sets Dresses 20% to 40% off Junior Knit Sportswear Sizes 7 to 13 buy first item at regular price then get second item for $1 GIRLS' SPORTWEAR t/3 off Coats — Boys — Girls — Ladies Save 20% to 50% Men's AYool Sweaters — Sizes S to XL 30% LADIES' JUMPERS — Regularly Priced To 36,00 now 16.88 NO RETURNS LEADER'S DEPT. STORE FREE STORESIDE PARKING 710 E BROADWAY—ALTON 1/3 DOWN ON 30 DAYS LAY-A-WAY CENTER CUT CHOICE CHUCK ROASTlb ECCO OR SEALTEST HOMO MILK 0 Hqlf A Gals. ECCO HI PRO OR SEALTEST VITA O Half LURE «fc Gals. WE REDEEM FOOD COUPONS CLIP and SAVE FOLGERS COFFEE . 3 Lb. $ Can I •" %J WITH 40c COUPON Coupon Good Thru Sat., Jan. 9, 1971 TENDER JUICY BEEF ARM STEAKS 79c KREY'S OLD TIME LARGE BOLOGNA . Sliced-Lb. 49c BETSY ROSS HAMBURGER OR CONEY BUNS . . 4 PKGS. $ 1 LIMIT 2 CARTONS — PLUS DEPOSIT PEPSI- A -eoz COLA . . O BTLS FINE FOR BROILING BEEF CHUCK STEAKS.. 69c KREY ALL MEAT SKINLESS WIENERS . 12 Oz. • • Pkg. 49c BETSY ROSS FRESH BREAD 5 I-LB. LOAVES $ 1 Monari's Market, Cottage Hills DOVE . . WITH 80c COUPON Coupon Good Thru Sat., Jan. 9, 1971 Monari's Market, Cottage Hills SHORTENING—LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 PURCHASE SWI FINING . 3 ° CAN MARGAKINE IMPERIAL 3'c,'. b ;.99c WITH 21c COUPON Coupon Good Thru Sat., Jan. !), 1971 Monuri's Market, Cottage Hills Suvo! Tide X-K','C: $ 2.19 A(i Kiu-ly Harvest PEAS 5 «.' Large Box Sill 1151 INK CAKE MIXES or FROSTING BANQUET PIES . . XXffv BANQUET "COQKIN' BAGS" . 4 > $1 AG POTATO CHIPS . . .£•• JiJ59c 29e NO. 1 RED or WHITE POTATOES 20£79 C GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 12c U.S. NO. 1 YELLOW CALIFORNIA ONIONS.... 3 28c| LETTUCE... 25c CABBAGE.... 10c SOLID HEADS 510 1. IROADWAY "Across horn Gotmania" 465-7722 ROY and LENORA ROBERTS 62 W. McARTHUR DRIVE, COTTAGE HILLS SUPER MARKET These Prices Good Thurs., Fri., Sat., Jan. 7-8-8 OPEN DAILY 8:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. - FRIDAY 8:80 A.M. to 7 P.M. PHONE 259-6522

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