Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 9, 1960 · Page 24
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June 9, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

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Mft-^ M^lflM ^j^^£»^^juu|m|< |u_^g fgMh rJKHi TWIWTY«FOUR ALlUft lMuiu>L»Ai, d, Contestants for Greene Fair Selected MWOLTON-Mr* Thelfn* Greene County *n> nteltdent Of schools, Is. an. tug the names of the gtr* been selected, from hiffi schools of the county if cowptte for the honor of being s»fe«ed as beauty queen a| the «reene County Fair «|ilch opens July 11. The con. tffit wilt be tuesday, July 12, entermt from the schools «MI be a candidate and alter- nile from the Junior - senior ctttsses and the sophomore- f&snman classes in all the high spools. Contestants from the Carroll* tti High School are Mies Pat k«ll«r and Miss Sandra Meek, candidate and Alternate from the junior - senior classes, and Carolyn Varble and Sue Hawes from the freshman - sophomore classes. Representatives from the White Hall High School are Miss Mary Mazelwood and Miss Toby Anderson from the Junlor- nenlor classes and Miss Shirley Sorrells and Miss Marilyn Lemon from the freshman - sophomore group. Greenfield Community Unit High School will be represented by Miss Marcla Lewey and Miss Linda Shafer of the junior- senior class and Miss Sandy dark and Miss Mary Kay Roller of the freshman - sophomore classes. Miss Sherrl Wyatt and Miss Sharon Kay Prather of the junior - senior class and Miss Kaye Shlpton, and Miss Mary Ann Hopkins of the freshman, sophomore class will represent Roodhouse High School. Hmpital Note* CARROLTON—Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pranger of Carrollton are the parents of a son born Wednesday at Boyd Memorial Hospital. Patients entering the hospital Wednesday were Mrs. Harold Crow, Jerseyville, and Adam Grizzle of Kane. Dismissed from the hospital were Mrs. Helen Wyatt of Roodhouse, Roy Hall, Mrs. Claudia Wheeler, Miss Meldoy Varble, Mrs. Martha Greer of Carrollton, Mrs. Beverly Edna Roberts of Medora, Mrs. Anna Slbley of Kampsville, Phillip Woolsey of Jerseyville, Mrs. Elizabeth Chrlssinger and John Mann, Greenfield, and Mrs. Mildred Sheets, Chesterfield. To Attend Church Officers and members of Temple Eastern Star Chapter will attend the 9 a.m. service Sunday at First Baptist Church In observance of a Go-to-Church Sunday. Plans were made Tuesday evening at a meeting of the chapter held In Masonic Temple Plans were also made for officers to exemply the work at a meeting of the Eastern Star Chapter In Greenfield in July. Mrs. Oren Slbermann is the worthy matron of the chapter and Clarence Horn, worthy patron. Bar Association to Meet CARROLLTON - Members of the Greene County Bar Association will be entertained at a fish fry June 17 at the cottage easi of Roodhouse owned by Attorney I at Carrollton 1st and 2nd in Writing Contest CARROLLTON - Gary Html phrey and Ronnie Hetelle, both of Carrollton, won first and sec. ond honors respectively In n writing contest for ?th and 8th grade pupils, which is sponsored annually by Mrs. Thelma Wilkinson, Greene County superintendent of" schools. Two bronze awards are given by Read Magazine, an American education publication, to the two pupils with the highest rank. Humphrey is the son of Mrs. Betty Humphrey and Hetelle Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hetelle. Both are taught by Mrs. Hazel Raper in the Carrollton Elementary School. Three other students ranked as follows: Larry Price, Carrollton, 3, the son of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Price, also one of Mrs. Raper's pupils; Barbara Jo Brogdon, White Hall, 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Brogdon, who Is taught by Mrs. Lucille Dawdy; and Marsha Brown, Carrollton, 5th, daughter of Mrs. Lyndell Reynolds, who is also taught by Mrs. Hazel Raper. Carrollton Man Hurt In Jump Onto Barge CARROLLTON-Donald Raker of Carrollton, who is employed on the Illini, a barge owned by the Illinois Farm Supply Co., suffered a heel fracture Tuesday morning when he fell as he lumped from the Alton lock onto :he barge. Raker was brought :o Boyd Memorial Hospital for ireatment and released after the leel was placed in a cast. Entertains Club CARROLLTON—Mrs. Leo Carr entertained members of her canasta club Tuesday afternoon at icr home. Prizes were won by Mrs. Henry Meseke and Mrs. Lavern Bell. The next meeting will be July 5 at the home of Mrs. Arnold Crotchett. Former Resident Dies CARROLLTON — Mrs. Anna Rebecca Kidd, wife of James C. Kidd Sr., died in the Sparta Community Hospital at Sparta May 30, according to word received by friends here. Mrs. Kidd, 66, is a former resident of Carrollton. Achievement Program CARROLLTON — The Merry Maidens 4-H Club will have their annual achievement program June 21 at Wrights Town Hall. The last meeting of the season of the club will be June 17. Leaders are Mrs. Mozelle Hildebrant, Mrs. Doris Carmody and Mrs. Juanita Muntz. Parent* of Son CARROLLTON — Mr. and Russell Dowciall of Rochelle are the parents of their second child and second son born Wednesday in a hospital in Rochelle. Mrs. Dowdall is the former Lucille Heap, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Heap of Pontiac, and Dowdall is the son of L. M. Dowdall if this city and the late Mrs. Dowdall. FFA to Honor Carrollton Man CADDOLTOtf-fl. », CHm«- an of Carrollton, will be one of 18 Illinois men who will receive the State Farmer Dexren convention of the future Farm erg of Amerlri in the Exposl- viser, hat been active in tne work of the Future Farmers of America organization and hat own finance officer for the re. ceiving of donation* In the district for * number of year*. Mr. and Mrs. ft. ft Clanahan went to Springfield Wednesday io remain over Thursday visit, son-in-law end daugh- this evening at the annual slate u Mf an(J Mrg< Marlon Shaw , - ..... ----- -* and attending the sessions of th* Convention. Building hi Springfield. Clanahan, a former farm ad- (Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK 1 Gorman to Get Medal On June 21 JERSEYVtLLE - Presentation of the silver medal from the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission to Louis Gorman, local businessman rfn captured 3mm Pafcner, ttsy* CF of ft WOOd JuWST 1VBRKM 00 a St. Louts County fcft shop op* ator, will be made Tuesday, Jane SI at a community dinner sponor ed by the JereeyvUle Chamber of Commerce. The program ana other amnsje* ments are nearly complete according to 0. Nell FrankHn, president. A souvenir brochure will be Attributed at the dinner. It wffl describe the origin of the Fund Commission and give debits M to Its function. WMM flrfi tone? cotncida with the annoal meeting date ot fl» chamber, flie normal UUBIIMM of that meetttt it being accomplished by mail-ballot and the Chamber character of OK meeting will be quickly detached from the Assembly. Ticket distribution Is In the hand* of a special budget committee which la working through several organizations. Many people will be taken care of in this way. Tickets are now available at Kirby's Drugstore VttLB - The Men's of «*_ Fir* ftjpjj Church is sponsoring a father and soBbainuettobeheldat8s»p.ra. June 17. Reservations may from any of the tellowttl«« « the Fellowship: HenchelQw, Met* vin Wlseheart, Clinton *™*v™ward Weule Jr., Charles Mourning, . be ie«itea RUMell Warner, Ivan HeWendWld and Roland Greene. 0r> Warren FilWn from tne Northern Baptist Theological Sea* Chicago, win be foett iptaker. The bawjuet wlU be prepared and served by the women of the church. FOOD preparation will be under supervision of Mrs. Melvin Wlseheart and Mrs. Wesley Carpunky, Mrs. Kenneth DeBerry and Mrs. Charles Worsham will have charge of the dining room* All states except two — Missis*, sippl and South Carolina — require' that children attend school through, the age of 16. FREE DELIVERY HhOOt CL 442BI or DU 4-M45 W. 0. Harp of Roodhouse. W. G. Vogt, Jack McDonald. County Judge Jack Alfeld and Robert Mehrhott plan to attend the three-day meeting of the Illinois State Bar Association which opens June '22 at the Beach State Park Lodge north of Wau- kegnn. Vogt will be accompanied as far as Lake Geneva by his three daughters, Barbara, Kathryn and Mary Vogt, who will visit relatives there during the three days. GET'EM TOGETHER... Ice Cream and Seven-Up Enjoy a Seven-Up Ice Cream FLOA 7 with NOLL'S ICE fttKAM TOILET TISSUE SOMJW rolls 2 PUFFS (4o Off Pkg.) 400 Sheet flB Pkg. e£9 •5'/ 1 ? ' "(fa Suptr Shop fdtif Cfcotee/ TBEwCHEEt Lflfft ft*. this Super Shop Coupon. at any Super Shop Store June 1Mb . llth Shop Super Shop FOOD STORES Holns or Corflpboll TOMATO SOIP 6-59- with this Super Shop Coupon. Good at any Super Shop Store June loth* llth. Super Shop Mtmbtr A-G Stowi Associated Grown Company of Sr, Louis, Mo. A/G Brand W* Reserve (A« Right Io Limit Prices Good June lOlh-llth Brook* Old Fashioned Catsup , A/G Brand 12 Oc. Btli. 39c Instant Coffee • OB. Jar 69c Brooks Ocean Spray Whole or Strained Barbecue Sauce.... 2 ! - 69c Cranberry Sauce... 2 W- 35c Old Judge Coffee . . . My - T - Fine Puddings . . Duuncan Mines (with 15c Mail Coupon) Cake Mixes . A/G Brand Found Can 69c Cut Green Beans.... 2 & 37c Chicken of the Sea 3 «•**•• 29c Chunk Tuna Ji Size Cans A/G Brand 2 '^ 55 C Cooking Oil Plain or Iodized A/G Brand—All Green Cut Morton Salt . Smacker's Blackberry or Grape Jelly . . . NuhiMJO Fig Newtons 2 -'<•- 25c Asparagus Quart Bottle 300 Size Can A/G Brand 10 Oz. Jars Pound Pkv. 49c Pie Cherries A/G Brand 35c Pears 303 Cans 303 Cans 63c 49c 27c 39c 45c Mayrose Beef Round (Center Cuts) GRADE "A" PAN-READY FRYERS.... 35c Pork Butt Boston Style This Weekend Visit GRAND OPENING RAIN'S A-G FOOD MART Another Enlarged Super S/iop Store! 222 EAST ELM ST. ALTON Dial HO 2-0522 BOASTS C Mayrose—Ready to Eat PICNICS SWIFT'NING CREAHETTES o Pound Average Lb. 3 2 Pound Cant 7 Oz. Flifc-t. Ib. 35' 6% Mayrose Slab Bacon 39°- 8 to 12 Lb. Average Sliced Boiled HAM .... Sliced New England Specialty '/a Lb. 25c Mayrose Cheese and Meat Loaf 49c "75c M 69c Sea«ide DUTTER DEANS. . . 2 25c Fresh Fruit* and Vegetables! It's Apricot and Plum Time/ First of the Se«son~-Californi«. "lutcioui" APRICOTS «nd C«lif9rni« "Plump «nd Juicy" RED PLUMS For Crisp French Frie*—New Crop, Calilwuia U.& Na. 1 Lo«9 WUtt Petatotf XU Id <Iuier aieild, New, UtVtia Itnum PM, «99* Uf* fbt fininisiEi Pfaa^ K\ftm •Sethi rt **a*i>imi^ie» ejpje^pp^i •>•« •/• v ^" •« • • BANANAS ... 2-29c v 'O Lakee BUTTER . . »69c Dole Pineapple JUICE ..... 2-69c CHEEMTS .'^ Frosen Food* Department! Wifflit mSStkt Ortifi Met Cat's A.*. Superettt Brighton, I1L Phone FRontier 1-1411 Central A.G. Market 60S Central, Wood River, 111. Phone CL 4-4804 College Ava. A.G. Market S124 Collet* Ave., Alton Dial HO5-S109 Elm Street A.G. Market Elm and Alby Sta., Alton Dial HO2-S01S Movers A.G. Market Srd and Pennine, Wood River, 111, Closed Wednesdays Goldman's A.G, Market 1S24 Highland. Alton Dial HO5-8S22 We Deliver Matt's A.G. Market 109 N. Delmar, Hartford, DL Dial CL 4-864* C Ib. Monorl's A.G. Morket ; Dry Goods and Feed Free Delivery Cottage Hlllt. Dial CL 9-052} UptOWB A.G. Market :>*4 Humbert. Alton, m. Phone HO 5-1J11 Ntuhatt A.G. Morket SOI Shamrock St., East Alton. Ill, Dial CL4-0U4 Rain's A.G. Food Mart MS EMt Kim Aito*, III. Free Delivery Dial HOt-OHl KOOL-AID....6 23c .X™ A.G, fcorkit 100 £. Broadway, Alton Free Delivery Dial HO »-llll Smitty's A.G. M«rk«t Wood Klvav, W. Open Sunday! andlioUdayii TUrdSt. A.G. Mtfktt l»« Taire §*, ••at 4ltM. HL

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