Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 10
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June 16, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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TEbEQRAPH •DWARD8V1LLS - Earl P. fei« 4 effiBft m*««M of Mi«M) -Co*!* JOGOfBe*, «M today that 0* m wfwet m*fkettog anh «il t* matted to eligible tornWfs Jane 30. He conttwed tt»t again thtoyw wheel produce!* must Btefr fnai'Wtlng ctrtb to bujHgrs to be fflflMe to collect fttytfient ftjf (he pffcfn wM wwwui a penalty bring ewJucttd from the proceeds of the mte by tf» buym. fife penalty on tfii over his allotment or permitted acres 18 fl.d per bushel times the 10 year normal yield as established fey the county committee tor me individual farm. ReM further advises that It any HAT tm MUTI coot, coot, moooft ICE SKATING liM to 4 P,fe— 9lt» te 10 Kioepi MeiMwyv Party! Ikfrwhlnfly Different I •tittle MBting Letsem Wow AteJIaMe. ICELAND, INC. 9718 E. BROADWAY-ALTON eligible wheat producer does net receive his cent within a reasonable length of lime after June » he should notify the A8C office In Bdwardsville. BDWARDSVfLLE - four area patients were discharged Wed- nescar from St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland and one birth was recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Klrcher, Rt. 4. a dfcniicfiter, at 3:.T1 p.m. Wednesday, weight pounds, 1 ounce. The mother the former Dorothy Howard. Edith Pfaf Reported In SeHo«i Condition PARI8 (APl-toweiy French singer fBdfflr Plaf by her doctors today to be m a semieorna after awkfeniy liking a turn ft» the worse. Miss Plaf entered the hosplrtl last week for treatment for a persistent liver ailment. For the peat few days she had been reported slowly Improving. Discharged were: Mrs. Norman Smith and daughter, 52 Hal-,Schwartz; Kenneth Oormors, Lemunel 718 East Southard, leek; CarlStrasen Jr., Rt. 3; Rt. 1. D ^ SAVE ON THESE 4| OLLAR SPECIALS ONE PIECE ^ Aft PLAYSUITS ._._£^ 1°° SUITS. 1°° GIRLS'SIZE 1 TO 3 GIRLS' DRESS Values to $2.98 .4 An STRAW HATS 1°° HEALTH-TEX «| Aft KHO SHUTS. ,-."•. 1 M GIRLS' 2-FIECE SHORT SETS . Sizes 2-B 00 1 SIZE 1 TO 3 4 BOYS'SUN SUITS .. 1 •OYS'SMART NEW PATTERN .4 fifl SPORT SHIRTS - j1 °° 1 to 8 Open Friday-Monday Till 9 P.M. Tlu? Slu 112 W. THIRD ST. PHONE HO 2-19S1 DANCE WITH A GOOD SAND COME OUT TO SEE HELEN BARKLEY | Wood River Veterans I Memorial Club 231 Edwordsvllle Rood, Wood River Hours 9 to 1 WOOD RIVER - the «d appropriation ordinance for; the fiscal yar May 1. 1W» » ! w 5 June 18. July 2,16,30 f "Save al Hurwitz Jewelers for Dad BUY YOUR WESTINGHOUSE IQBILAIRF NOW! $10 DOWN DELIVERS! SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF WESTINQHOUSE AIR CONDITIONERS AT UNBEATABLE PRICES! Roll coolness wh«r« you «tn( I ... whin you wot HI Cool law HM$I WESTLMiHOt'SE Mnbtlalrc Conditioner IH H.P. WT Coflfc. MiwnidUlH. Alun. drc* tttttl Weiunghout* [»•«» you IUQI- •ttf comfort*rt«co\er. wtunovertov «Pto( it. No pwrMnwit taitctlitiofll 1 H P ^- *•» — ww $18 Down. $19 Month WE FINANCE OUR OWN AOOOUNTS,.. YwtavtM Specially Priced at Only DAIRY PRINCESS Mis* Neldft Best, center, of Alham- of Moro. Others In the picture are, from bra, was selected 1960 Dairy Princess left, Gladys^Loeker, of AJhambra^Betty at the third annual banquet sponsored ------- - ' *-• * " * A by Madison County Farm Bureau Wednesday night. At the far right Is the retiring queen, Norma Jean Cooper Schwarz," Highland; and Janet Unterbrink, Moro. The Misses Lueker, Schwarz and Unterbrink were also contestants.-—Staff Photo. Miss Nelda Best Alhambra Girl Chosen Dairy Princess of 1960 ^— IFood Htoer Hospital Sets roriati<m April 30, 1981, was read during a meeting Wednesday rtght of the Township Hospital Board. The appropriation, which h scheduled for some changes, will be given board approval at either a special meeting June 89 or atthe next regular meeting July 20, according to Martin Langehaug, hospital administrator. A service report fef the month listed 340 admissions, 35 of which were newborns and Ml out patients, 319 of which were emet- vency room cases. Bills of $33,699.60 were approved. Btrd hi BEVERLY, Mass, (AP) - Ntoe- year-old John Kaotef Jr. climbed a tree to catch an owl — but tite owl caught John. When the boy reached Into the nest, the owl grabbed his hand and hung on. It took firefighters 20 minutes to free the boy. Unsuccessful tfi smoMng the Wrt not, they played a hose on the met and the owl reteaied to grip. said. i Ray Fuller of Belleville was j master of ceremonies for the banquet, held in St. John's •! Methodist Church. Invocation jwas by the Rev. Clyde Funk! houser, pastor. Entertainment jwas presented by Wayne Brad* EDWARDSVTLLE — Miss Nel-|quet sponsored by the Madison I shaw and Georgia Powell. A fea- County Farm Bureau. !| u ff of | he P"^ was P re , se "; jtation of a journalism award to Scout* Win Kelt DENVER, OolO. (AP) - Boy Scouts attending the Scouts National Jamboree at Colorado Springs July 22-28 won't have to worry about enough to eat. These items will be part of the menu: 18,800 pounds of hot dogs, 110,000 pieces of chicken, 48,000 quarts of lemonade and 119,120 dough nuts. About '55.000 Scouts will attend the Jamboree. Weeli^ Oefljl«iie«i frem f Mi. Am. OontlntiwM frem 1 P.M. m ** m * m *^' JT_-*^«^.— M«uUifjh«Biai If0 FWKjnf rromwm MII..SAT..1UN..MOM. Kenneth Mere, Dene, Wynter ''IfHK THE IIIMAROK" Ann IMytb, Edward Purtom "THE STUDENT PRINCE" Color — CinenwMOD* SELECTED SHORTS da Best, Alhambra, was selected the 1960 dairy princess Wed- Others in the contest were! nesrlay ftt the third annual ban-l G , adys Luphert Alhambra; Bet-! and the Highland Nws Leader. wltw HClVStVC IWII^C Here's the shaver that's completely adaptatoto- oornpwtely adjMl^Ua. heavy beard-more action proteck See RoM-A-Matfc by 4 A 88 No Money Down I 9 $1. 00 Weekly Open Friday and Monday Nites Till 9 P.M. Home of Handed Notari/.cd (iunrantcnd Diamonds. Pine Jewelry $!««• 1900 Savi at 212 W, Third St. — Downtown Alton | Open Daily 9:30, Start 7 p.m. Adnlts 50c Kiddles 25c Family prices Tonight All Seats 25c Shown at 8:50 P.M. "FORBIDDEN PLANET" Shown at 7:22 P.M. ABBOTT AND COSTKLLO "KEYSTONE KOPS" Shown at 7 P.M. "ZORRO'S FIGHTING LEGION" FRIDAY THRU MONDAY Love Laughs and Murderous Fun.' GLEnn FORD DEBBIE REVnOLOS "" GAZEBO Fri., Sat, Man. 8:43 P.M. Sun., 2:40. 5:50, 9:05 ^ JPl*/ WWSJfW/ urnc or* MR fun mm Fri., Sat., Mon., 7:10 P.M. SHORT SUBJECTS 1 P.M. Sun. 1:00, 4:32, 7:44 P.M. Family Nights Every Tues., Wed., Thurs. ALL SEATS 25c MiUim«p-Every Wednesday Let The UPTOWN Be Vour BABY SITTER! NOW at ty Schwaiy, Highland; and Ja-j net Unterbrink, Moro. The new princess WHS crowned by the retiring princess, Ndrma Jenn: . Cooper of Moro. .^^ The event was in celebration of j and "Dairy Month." Dwight Davis of the American Dairy Association was featured speaker. Davis urged farmers to produce what the consumer wants, to use marketing information, to avoid a market glut by spacing sales, to improve the quality of the products, to study the selling markets and ot take an interest in the product all the way "past the farm gate" to the consumer. He declared that farmers must promote local sale of farm products by encouraging more milk dispensers in schools and factories, the use of moremilk in reastaurants and the improv-l ing of displays in grocery j stores. Farmers also should usej radio, television and newspap-j ers, to promote sales, Davis' Monkey Assistant* Cofonut pickers In Johore, I them harvest the crop. The pets, controlled by clamber up tall palms off the coconut . BEL*AIR Phw ROBERT TAYLOR "HOUSE OF 7 HAWKS" MEN'S RUBBER SOLE CANVAS OXFORDS $999 SUMMER SALE Odd lots. Not all sixes. Men's $5.00 Sandals .... »•• 1 Men's Dress and Navy Oxfords .... $ 5 Men's 5.99 White Tennis Oxfords Nationally known brand. Newest Styles Children's and Women's 4.45 and 5.00 Tennis. We are not permitted to mention brand mirrva 4W CHILDREN'S SHOES Our 2^ $g Straw SandaH $ 2" M«nuf««tur«>r'8 l»urplu« Women's - 0}IHs' $7.15 • U.tf FLATS 114 W«l M Altai ontt STAHIIGHT Your Favorite (Family Drive-In Box Office Opens at 7:00 EMUM M«, «OUMt AM.« AUWVUMMaOS HELD OVER THRU SATURDAY FIRST RUN SHOWING METRO-GOLPWyw-fAAYER 3 FEATURES FRI. & SAT. LATE OWL SHOW JOEL MoCRKA As THE TALL STRANGER Plus Our Regular Program 2 CAUTOO.VS— Free Playground—Children Admitted Free TODAY! mi., SAT. GRAND MATINEES DAILY—OPEN 12:45 FIRST RUN SHOWING! MINttTI S tf the me* MfwmSv SH»pwP»w W mefie* pktvrt hUtery! An ANDREW ind VIR01NIA f TOHt FradudlM •.^MKITSTACR-NNTITIMIMIC (flltESXIIIXIS EMIMIIHN TAMMY MARIHUCH Plus Shown 1:00 3:48 6:85 8:25 WITH TOMMY IVO OOuBLE'/ICr/ONiSHOW Holder of the World Record 173 M.P.H.. for Gas Twin Engine Buick Shown 2:35 5:25 8:15 FRIDAY EVENING-IN PERSON 7 P.M. TOMMY IVO Star of TV and Movies With His $10.000 Dragster Will also appear at the Dragway, Fosferbura, Saturday and Sunday as Featured Attraction OPEN * ADULTS 70e NOW MAJOR FILM HITS THE BIGGEST FUN-SHOW'S HERE I lift. Jj^ COMES ALIVE 1 TECHNICOIOR* •• EXTRA TONITI ONLY Dl'SK HAWKINS DAY * OODRIVER IPRIHCESS STARTS TONITE! Both Theatres Open 4:30 •>( itee Wood River »;M W womo't YOUNGEST } HNANCIAL WIZARQI O*.SNN nofnrTT *'** CARTOON

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