Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 9, 1960 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 9, 1960
Page 26
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 9, I960 South Roxana Bible School Opens Monday SOUTH ROXANA The va- | will be served at the closing of ieach day and commencement i night will be June 23. tlnal OOM Tonight SOUTH ROXANA - The Rev. Wallace Mafcne, pastor of the Bethel Free-will Baptist Church. ha« been teaching a class on "Personal Soul Whining" at the church add tontgbt will be the cation Bible school of the Bethel i flnal -m^^.^ Activity Free.wi!l Baptist Church will) SO UTH ROJCANA - Cubs ol begin Monday and continue un from Mrs. !):30 to 11:45 Ray Chester will be direr- til June 2.3 !8.m. daily. und Tom Ma lone itors. Teachers will be Mrs. Wallace jMalonr. primary; Mrs. Doyle j Holds, juniors; Mrs. Gordon Sperry, teenagers: Mrs. Ed ;Bos\vell. nursery; Miss Jean Lewis, beginners. Refreshments Pack 24 will have Its summer activity Friday and wlll go to the baseball game in St. Louis to sec the Pittsburgh-Cardinals game. Those going are to meet at the home of Cubmaster Robert Sullivan at 6 p.m. Although this is a Cub Scout activity, Boy Scouts may attend. Telegraph Want Ads ' "CLICK" Safety Test Parade Friday At East Alton EAST ALTON — "Mr. and Miss Safety", Kerry Knowlron and Justlrte Vroman, graduates of the Ea«t Alton Junior High School, will have a place of honor in the Safety Te*t Lane Parade Friday at 4 p.m. Kerry is the son of Mrs. Doro- •^••^^^^^^ thy Knowlson. 710 Valley Dr., and Justine Is tho daughter of MT. and Mr*. Truman Vrorrmn. 305 jrV. St. Lou»« Ave. They will I* presented certificates and #111 be served a chicken dinner. The Safety lanes will be open friday and Saturday from 5 to * p.m. No punitive action will be taken against residents who have cars with defect*. Around 20 attendance prizes, furnished by local merchants, will be drawn from lane chock lists for to safety lane ptnoflfltl tfter 'the lanes close Friday and Saturday by Mrs. Verle CampBell, Mrs. Lefoy Phlpps, Mn. Ctor. ence Hert and Mrs. Letter JMortland, police de*k cttrks, i and members of the VFW Aux. illlary. There were an estimated 31,793,000 children enrolled In grade schools In the 0. S. in 195840. These were pupils In kindergarten through eighth grade. A buffet supper will be serv- Graduates of Alton High School who were awarded gold alphas in graduation exercises Wednesday GOLD ALPHA WINNERS evening.—Staff Photo. Enjoy a Seven-Up IfcntasyFIoat Callioun County Clubs Plan for Speaking Event HARDIN — A committee com posed of representatives of the various Woman's Hubs in Calhoun County, headed by Mrs. Leslie Wineland of t h e North Calhoun Woman's Club, met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Paul R. Durr in Hardin to discuss plans lor securing a speaker on a subject of public interest, to speak in the county in the near future. The committee was appointed for this purpose by the newly elected president of the Calhoun County Federation of Women's Gubs. Mrs. Joseph Klockenkemper, of Batchtown. ' Announcement of the speaker's Identity, the subject, and the time and place of t.'ie talk will be announced soon. Members serving on the committee, in addition to those named, are Mrs. George Pohlman of the Brussels club, Mrs. Paul Fiedler of the Batchtown club, and ; Mrs. Elba Slbley and Mrs. Lerm A German shepherd dog can I feet whinh man cannot hear at' Bailey of the Kampsville club hear sounds at a distance of 80 20 feet. , "IF IT COMES FROM NELSON DIETSCHY'S MARKET Sanforti at Main St. IT'S THE BEST" FREE DELIVERY HO 2-0694 Phone* HO 2-0605 Wrigley's Box of TfQf» Gum 80 pkgs. 19 If Crackerjaok, 3 pkgs. 25c Wyler's Lemonade or Orange 4 Mix •» pkgs. I Soflin Rain- * bow Napkins •» pkgs. Bar-b-q SO in Paper Plates _pkK-_ Keliogg's « 12-or. Corn Flakes Oj pkjfs. 29c BREAD Enriched White .. C loaves 39c Neat Heat Charcoal Briquets. 28-oz. pkg Chuck \Vugon 5-lb. bags 49c 10-pound bags 79c 25-pound bags $1.49 Spry ~ Shortening ... Swunson's i Cliicken Broth i 3 Ibs. 69c 14-oz. cans Fresh-rap Wax Paper 100-n. rolls 36e 49c Gold Medal Flour bag Roxey Dog Food, 6 cans 48o Anchors A weigh No. 1 C Pink Salmon tail can W Shurfiiie Fancy JPork & Beans 2 No. 3 cans ' 2H size can 21c Shurfine Fancy Al'l'lJC- M 303 SAUCE .. *t cans ii»-j 4:;.59c Shurfine Fancy Red Pitted « CHERRIKS ft 808 can* 36e Shurfine Fancy Sliced or Halves Free- « No. 2H II •tone Peaches W cans I Food King COFFEE 1-lb. can 596 « l - J UT 8-oz. jar 39c Atkins Polish PICKLES ...__ Shurfine Fancy I'eaimMButter Niagara Starch 12-pz. pkg. 21c Clorox .... quart bottle IWc Bleach H gal. Fab 9 targe pkgs. 89c Fab Giant Box «9c Ajax 8 giant cans 39f in»p. tirade A Fryers, Ih. Hunter'* or Krey's Wiener*... 1-lb. pk«. Braannchwetger, Ib. piece 8Uc 4T« ttparerib* Lb. |Fre»b Ground A iHarobtfrgef... m lb». Hello Brand IBacoq Ib. pkg. oitoii Thick 8-lb. ItMieed Bacon bo* BoUed I Ham .. Prairl* 49c Ib. I Extra NiM Com ... Po». ', Vina for |fl>Mu» Qrowu «to. Buy . . . the BEST TASTING MILK SOLD BY ALL LEADING FOOD STORES! fruit Fantas Get It At Your Favorite Dealers The decimal equivalent of fraction 1/64 is .0186. NOLL'S ENRICHED BREAD Loaf lOt With Every $*.«0 PunhaM Fresh Drtsttd Daily FRYERS HENS UnfitQualify the Choice Cuts—Graded Good Chuck Roast . . . Graded Good Beef Rib Steaks . Choice Pork Steaks . Boiled Ham . . . Krey's Skinless Wieners . Sweet Rasher of Sliced Bacon . 49c . Ib. 43c . Ib. 89c . Ib. 49c 2 Ibs. 85c SMALLPEflS. , 2V,.49c Clover Farm Hiilve* PEACHES . . . 3 N ; i, 79c In Heavy Syrup Duncan Hinc* CAKE MIXES . , 3,,,89c White. Yellow, DeviNfnod Paw-l j aw Concord GRAPE DRINK . 4rrT° Brooks' CATSUP . . . ,2, ,; 35c Red Cup COFFEE ' 49c Clover Farm Barbecue Sauce 2,; t n 39c Clover Farm MARGARINE . . Mrs. Lane's TOMATOES . . Clover Farm Pitted RED CHERRIES Campbell's PORK ft BEANS Krafl> MUSTARD . . GREEN BEANS . 3 149c , 2 39c 6 808 t|00 cans • 2 303 OQji •186 2 1H-02. QKjk r. ns ZOC 2 9-oz. 4C* jar. ZDC CABBAGE . . . 2 15c PASCAL CELERY 2 25c TOMATOES . .2ctns35c BANANAS . . . 2 29c CANTALOUPE . 36 size each CALIFORNIA VINE RIPE SWEET EATING Cantaloupes RED-RIPE SUGAR- SWEET WONDERFUL FLAVOR for !C Pink Mtot, Good Eating FLORIDA VINE RIPE TOMATOES WATERMELONS C and up EACH t We Plug 'Em GOLDEN BANTAM SWEET CORN SWEET C DOZEN GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS NEW RED C 5 U LB. ALL YOU WANT v w PLUMS 1 POTATOES LBS. FOR ONLY LB. BAG ONLY Wo.d.rful CMkm 1C LARGE SIZE! CALIFORNIA ICEBERG LETTUCE Florido Sweet Green PEPPERS HEADS NEW ONIONS Gordtn Frtsh NICI ud WISH NIC! FOI SAUOS CALIFORNIA E-Z-TO-PEEL EATING ORANGES DOZEN FOR ONLY THIN SKIN-VERY SWEET Hem* Grown Sweet Potatoes FRESH GREEN BEANS 1C Grown FRESH Rhubarb lUMhtt for \T«»dtr HALF PECK BASKET

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