Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 16, 1960
Page 22
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ftftOfc TWIJNTY»TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 16,1900 CAUWVAL ty Dtafe ftmer GreeneBoard Sets Up New JP Districts CARROLLTON - Greene County was divided into three districts for the election of Just- Ices of the peace at a meeting of Greene County Board of Super visors Monday end TmMay. The county iii drvMed u Mlowi: District 1 comprise* the towmhlp* of Athjmsvflle, Wrights Rubicon. Rockbrldge and binder: DWrlct 2 i* Bluffdale, Carrollton. Woodvllle and Kane, and District .1 includes Walkerville, Patterson, White Han 4M Roodhouse. A justice of the peace will be elected in each district in April, 1961. Alfred H. Johnson and OrvUle Stout of Carrollton and Lortng Baptist Class Meets at Medora met Tuesday evening at the | child and weighed 8 pounds and home of Mrs. Joe Bahr hi Jer-j 1 ounoe. aeyvffl. with Mr, Paul - GOT-, JjJ >****,« «jj- ^ hum. Mr*. A. T. Wilton ""Vhool'clas** will clew Friday .Mrs. Anna Carr as i:o-ho«»e«ise.<<., a fte r bejng in session two MEDORA--The AVflllng Work-i A pntluck supper was served. ! weeks at the Baptist Church. th«> ftnnfMt rhtirrh Birth of Grandson 17 he demonstration program and THP oapust ^nurm, MKDORA Mr am , M rs., display of handwork will be on Robert Cunningham have re* j Sunday evening at the church. c|a)W Can* of Kane were members of the Greene County Welfare Service Committee. Francis M. Search of White Hall was reappointed to the Illinois State Housing board. celved word of the birth of a! grandson, bom to Mr. and Mrs.j Bobby Cunningham of Alton at Si. Joseph's Hospital Monday evening. The baby is their first father Me* MEDORA - Mr. and Mrs. George Wilton were called to Waverly Tuesday by the death of her father, J. B. Kepllnger, Funeral rites wlfl be Friday etflotm at Wtoee Funeral Home at Waverly. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Otis Slmms of Waverly and Mrs. Wilton of Medora; four grandchildren and nine great grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Ella Short, of Normal. The black mamba of Africa is said to be the world's ftsttst moving snake. It can glide tap- idly in trees u weB M on ground. "Maybe money In Itself Is nothing, but the way you get rid of it is something!! GreeneCounty! May Plans Gives Cancer To Reiire Fund $2,817 As Justice CARROLLTON - A total $2,tt7.42 was collected in the recent Cancer Crusade in Greene Thomas E. May of 918 Foun- o{ tain St., who Is in his eighth year as a justice of the peace, announced Wednesday that he retire froni the township of- County. according to announce-( f)w and plans fo present his ment this week by'the crusade j resignation for action of Alton chairman, Mrs. Joseph McPher- ] Town Board at its meeting next son. of White Hall. ! Wednesday. He is giving up the The amount given in the var-|justice office in interest of his ious townships is as follows: j health, he said. White Hall with Mrs. Glenn Wsd-j "I'll be 70 next August," he dell, Mrs. Hal Nevius and Mrs. I told a news reporter, "and have Joseph McPherson as chairmen, [ decided it will he best for me gave a total of $888.22 of whichlto ease up a bit more." $116.30 was given a* memorials.! Justice May said that he will Mrs. William Locher, president!submit his written resignation in of the Roodhouse Woman's Club.j person when the town b/>ard, was chairmen in Roodhouse and:composed ot members, of the the amount given was $713.18. 'City Council holds its next ses- Mrs. T. A.. Martin, presidentjsion. of the Carrollton Woman's Club was in charge in Carrollton and the amount given was $408.50, with $54.50 of that amount given May is a former long-time!' employe- of Alton Box Board Co. He was elected a justice after he had been retired by that to memorials. Mrs. W. D. Spenc-j company. Until recently Justice er, chairman of the Greenfield May maintained an office and Woman's Club, was chairman in [court in the Faulstich Building, that city and the amount given was $296.96. Mrs. Mildred Vln- yard of the Carrollton Rekekah Lodge collected $146.95 in Eldred. Mrs. Lavem Bell was chairman in Kane and the two 4-H clubs assisted in the drive and they collected $121.40 with $3 in memorials. Mrs. Finice Doyle was chairman in Wrights and the amount was $107. Mrs, Margaret Barker was chairman in Hillview and the amount was $80. Mrs. Ruby Bowman collected in Patterson and the amount was $41.76. Mrs. Bob Hubbard collected in Walkerville and the amount was $20. The j Berdan Community Club gave!, ",""" A "~ $5. making a total of $2828.97 and,! " nvme Aie * after expenses of $11.55 were de-i g T y tre ? tment ° f awblohe 2 ""'vis and crushed ankle "~ J n was transferred to St. lepli's. According to relatives Mr. j Cason was on his way to Piasa i when his pickup truck went out !of control and ran off the high- jway. He was thrown out of the truck. A nearby neighbor found him and took him to the hospital. i Cason is employed at Fisher j Body Co., in St. Louts, and is the father of three children. Meadowbrook Man Hurt in Truck Crash MEADOWBROOK — Robert Cason, 24, is a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton recuperating from injuries received in a crash Saturday evening about three miles north of Bun' ke £ Hlll> . . . .. _ Co " was ake " °, the Car ' forcmer ' ducted, the total was $2.817.42. DUKE BAKERY Dial HO 2-2922 6 Henry FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY Wo Specialize in Wedding and Parry Cakes American women purchase almost 2 million tubes of beauty' ; preparations every week. f A dog's" best friend is CUE! (*hot dog, that i*) CUE Want to make a hot dog irresistible? Brush it with CUE, grill it over coals or io your broiler, and you've got a Billion dollar flavor at pennies per lerviog. CUB is tbe barbeCUE sauce made by foUu — and for folks — who kjnow good barbecue. The secret's is the mode Wend of spices Feel a barbeCUE coining on? Pick up your CUE 9t your grocer* TQ&4Y! REDEEM YOUR STOKELY COUPONS AT ANY SUPER SHOP MARKET- Super Shop •••••••*••••••••*•••*•*•••••••••••» j FOOD STORES ! MAYROSE; SLICED Member A-G Stores Associated Grocers Company of St. Louis, Mo. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES GOOD JUNE 17 AND JUNE 18 VAN CAMP iwww^m m w w ^^ w^vy ^^ w v ^^ i^mm^ a ^^^^ ^^^^ HARD SALAMI -.=» MAYROSE SPICED LUNCHEON MEAT PORK & BEANS 2-ST27 1 HEIFCTZ •y the Piece SWEET PICKLES "-39< SIRLOIN STEAK -89* Mil STEAK . . . .Me Center Cut Rib End Lb. 45c PORK CHOPS . . . . 69c Hickory Hill, Sliced 49c May rose PMKSABME . . . 35c OLEOMARGARINE 2^33 C NABISCO SHREDDED WHEAT ,,:;. 23 e GOLD MEDAL FLOUR KRAFT OIL -57 C BISQUICK •*'- 10 C MILNOT «-- 39 C 5.Lb. Bag 49 SUNSHINE FIG BARS SHURFRESH FOLGER'S COFFEE 65 C SALTINE CRACKERS .«. JUS MADE 1 Pound Can DRINKS ALL FLAVORS 2 !*&•! FARM FRESH L PRODUCE Jumbo Vine.Ripened, Full Hover CANTALOUPES 27 Size 2 - 45 Extra Fancy, Long Ears U. S. No. 1 New RED POTATOES) Ou,,59« Top Grade Only—Golden Ripe BANANAS 4 - 49' A-G SHORTENING 3-Lb. . Can 63* Brook't Catsup 2 12.0i. 999999 Retries Neuheus A.G. Market tOt Shamrock St.. 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