Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

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^^g^^^^^^_ _^^ 'I'WHNTY-SDI ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 16,1B00 .Hwi§ Motn* Mi iWt (M naffil of ft city In the OrWrt, ts many pnpt*. gtafpSRtip but flw namt of an island tntf wrrttenr n«ar Awl UCtttrftB tin mouth of tht Canttm Rlvtr, on' OREYBULL, Wyo. * ~ Don the great bulge of China, ft tt a!Tew of Oreybull has automobile British crown colony. i license "9-2223." PING DR.N* To: 8TOKELV-VAN CAMP, INC Box No. 118S-P, Clinton, Iowa Her* ar* th* label* from two Regular 29 ex. cans or on* Lara* (46 oz.) can of 8tok*ly'« l»ln**t Pln0. PI**** **nd m* 3S In ea*h. Offargaorf only tfi eontln«ntstt).S.*. and Hawaii. Void wherever; taxed, prohibited, restricted or llc*ni« fa- quired. Use for any othar purpot* than as stipulated constitutes fraud. Cash redemption value 1/20 of 1 cant. Offer expires August 31,1960 NAMfc Isss* print plainly; T*/s It m Coiumncr Mmll O*tn Met To •• »W**m*«t »y «f»e*r Obituaries Mrs, Spriggs Mrs. Lola Sprlgls- of ftM Haldan St., BaKerafleM, Calif., a former resident of ffardln, died at 10:20 a.m. Monday in the Bakersfletd Hospital, where she had been a patient Mr three days. Church, Moose Lodge 1561 and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. Funeral, aervteta art ached* uled Wr 2 p.m. Saturday nt Eden Evangeffeffl- Church fn charge of the pastor, the Rav. R. F. Tormohlen. tnterment will be in Valley View Cemetery. Friends may call at Weber Here's a real thirst quencher—ft pineapple and grapefruit drink blend. Non-carbonated, Dot too sweet, enriched with Vitamin C. Ready to serve—just chill. Mrs. Spriggs Is survived by (Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Kri. two sons. Lloyd of Bakersfield,' da y- Gilbert. St. Louis, three daughters, Mrs. Blaine Gulnn, Bakersfield, Mrs. John Studards, Steeleville, Mo., Miss Beverly Spriggs, St. Louis, one brother, Howard Gilbert, two sisters, Mrs. Nada Stiles, Ohio and Mrs. Blanche Van Gunten, Mich., 12 grandchildren and two great- husband, Mrs. Emma Pape EDWARDSVILLB-Mrs. Emma C. Pape, 81, died at 2:30 a.m. today at her residence, 1110 N. Second St. Born Feb. 19, 1879, in Ft. Rus- grandchlldren. Her husband, se ll Township, a daughter of the Lloyd, died In 1957. !| a te Gottlieb and Minnie Schulz Funeral services will he con- Dettmer. she was married in ducted at 1p.m. Saturday in the|1899 to Herman G. Pape, who Lahey Funeral Home, Madison, died Feb. 7, 1931. Three sons and four daughters survive: Fred G. Pape, Miss Clara M. Pape, Mrs. Martin Gieseking and Mrs. Louis H. Diepholz, all of Edwardsvllle; Alfred W. Pape, Granite City; Edward C. Pape and Miss Lauretta Pape, both of St. Louis. Also surviving are a brother, Edward Dettmer of Edwardsville, five grandchildren and Burial will be in the Oak Grove Cemetery, Jerseyvllle. F. A. Bishop EDWARDSVTLLE — Finis Alfred Bishop, 68, of 515 W. High St., died at 2:20 p.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, where he had been a patient 10 days. He had been employed by the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad. Bom March 28, 1892, in Montgomery County, a son of the late Alfred and Florence Chapman Bishop, he was married May 30, 1942, to Miss Emma Oieseman, who survives. Two sisters and a brother surviving are Mrs. Aleatha Smith of Chicago, Mrs. Charles Niebrand of Bunker Hill and Roy Bishop, Mt. Olive. He was a member of Eden Evangelical and Reformed RED& WHITE BRAND \FOODS/ Prices Effective Friday & Saturday, Juno 17th and 18th two great-grandchildren. She was a member of Evangelical Church and the Women's Guild of the church. Funeral services are to be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday at Eden Evangelical and Reformed Church by the pastor, the Rev. R. F. Tormohlen, with burlaJ in Woodlawn Cemetery. The body is at Weber Funeral Home, where friends may call after i p.m. Friday. Mrs. Meuri Red * White Tree Ripened Apricot Halvu No. SOS Can MAZOLA CORN OIL 35 C Pint "HI NAYBOR"! Want to please that man of yours on Father's Day? Just serve him a delicious, tender, man- sized steak from Red ft White. You will find extra thick cuts of only the finest steaks at your friendly Red ft White food stores. KARO SYRUP IVa Lb. Bottlas Dark Whltt 25c Red & White Spiced Applt Rings •?• 33c NABISCO Fit Nawtons NABISCO Bacon Thins 35c STAR Boncles*. Ready-to-cat ROLLED HAM STAR S Lbs. and Down SMALL SPARERIBS . STAR Tray Pack BACON . . , . . STAR SKINLESS FRANKS . STAR Old Fashioned MEAT LOAF or COOKED SALAMI . l /2 Lb -65c MOiWHITI Vittmii IwlcNfd Drink PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT RIO ft WHITE Foncy Liqht Maot CHUNK STYLE TUNA i««« one 4*.0s. Con MWf Sist Con 25 MR. CLEAN 15.0i. «9Qt lorria «5«9* TIDE POTATOES. . . . 10 59c LorotHtod LETTUCE .... 2 29c CABBAGE . . . .—15c cHfALOUPES . . . - 25c Red £ White Strained Ml B*ii* •10 ft WHITI Alton MiUY'f yAIMIT Alt«a MM CWta* F. HOMBIM 808 East Alton lONA'f MAIKfT » HUt* Wttud IIHMIN'S •lOCIiY m t; jfoaiiii* w««i Cranberry Sauce . . N *e« M 23« Red t White Faiwy S »v. Early June Peas . . 2*2 37« Red A White Fancy whole Green Beans . . . .2 N &"45« Red ft White Deluxe Whole Kernel White Corn .... llckardt'f North Alky Mkt. Alb> St. B<wd Godfrey DOTY, MY C. Oodlray, 1U. IIIGHTON MUe. CO. NOLTI'S 110 ft WHITf Phaai* Moro *IOCUY •UBNS UBieANTIU to. EDWARDSV1LLE — Mrs. Anna M. Meuri, 80, of 1402 Lindenwood Ave., died at 9:35 a.m. today at St. Joseph's Hospital. Highland, where she had been a patient the past week. A resident of Edwardsvillc the past 58 years, she was born Jan. 25, 1880, at Highland, a duaghter of the late Phillip and Anna Ammann Klein. Her husband, Jacob Meuri, died May 3, 1940. Two daughters surviving, both of. Edwards ville, are Mrs. Joseph Grenzer and Mrs. Charles Conard. Also surviving are a brother and three sisters, Stewart Klein and Mrs. William Giger of Trenton, 111.; Mrs. Josephine Iberg of East Alton, and Mrs. George Bernreuther, Edwardsville. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church. The body is at Straube Funeral Home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. H. W. 1 linson JERSEYV1LLE - Harry Wesley Hinson, 72, of Otterville, died at 3:15 a.m. today in the Jerseyville Community Hospital, where he had been a patient for 28 days. He was born on Sept. 16. 1887, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James T. Hinson. Surviving Mr. Hinson are two daughter*, Mrs. Joel Blcfc, Bast St. Louts. Mm. William Halter, Jerseyville, two sons. George L. and Gene, both of Jerseyville, 12 grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Friends may call at the Cubser Funeral norm after ? p.m. today. Rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday m the Otttrvillc Baptist Church. Intermtnt will be m Noble Cemetery. Julius Trippel CABROLLTON-Julius Trippel, a city park employe, died at 9 p.m. Wednesday In the; Springfield Memorial Hospital' where he, had recently undergone surgery. Until a few years ago. Mr. Trippel had operated! the Carrollton Beverage Co. He was 73. A «on of the late Dr. and Mrs.' Fred Trippel, he was bom on Dec. 5, 1886 in Clinton County. He is survived by his wife, i Amelia, who is a patient in thej Springfield hospital, two sons. Harvey and Raymond, both of Springfield, one brother, three sisters, three grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren. The body is at the Simpson Funeral Home here, where funeral arrangements are pending. Swisher Infant SHIPMAN — DeborahSue Swisher, one of twins born to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Swisher. died Wednesday morning in the Carlinville Area Hospital, where she was born on Tuesday. Deborah is survived, in addition to her parents, by her twin brother, Dale, her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagenblast of Brighton, and her paternal grandmother. Mrs. Marie Somerlad. The body will be moved Friday morning from the Warner Funeral Home, here, to St. Denis Catholic Church, for Mass at 9:30. The Rev. Father Sheahan will offioiate, and burial will be in the Brighton Cemetery. C. A. Houseman JERSEYVILLE - Charles A. Houseman, 67, a former resident of this city, died at 7:40 a.m. in a hospital in Colorado Springs, Colo. He was born on Deo. 11, 1892 in Jersey County, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Houseman. Mr. Houseman is survived by his wife, Josephine, three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Minks, Colorado Springs, Mrs. Marie Stone, Denver, and Mrs. Verna Wells of Jerseyville; five sons, William A., Melvin C. and Milton, all of Denver, Donald and Delbert, both of Colorado Springs. 14 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild, one brother, Louis of Jerseyville and three sisters, Mrs. Emma Welch and Miss Ida Houseman, both of Jerseyville, and Mrs. Alice Ellis of Beloit, Wis. Two sons preceded him in death. The body is at the Jacoby. Bros. Funeral Home, where', friends may call after 7 p.m.] Saturday. Rites will be conduct-! Mf§, Priscilla Ashford Rites ConrJurleci Funeral rites for Mm. Priscilla Ashford, wife of Fred Ashford of Hcttick, were conducted at 2:3fl p.m. Wednesday In Smith ftifwral MorTie, Bwhalto, by th* Rev. Wayne Hoxsie. In* termetlt was in the Roselawn Memory Garden*. PalfbWrers were Robert Voyles, Clanenca Lee Barm, Harry, Donald Darr. Henderson. Jackie and Mr«, Maurtela Boehm Rites Conducted •^ Symington Says Rocky Lacks Party WASHINGTON (AP>-Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo) said today dov. Ndson A. Rockefeller has become "A man without a party" becausp of criticism from his tel- Joined last week By t WV and powerful voice. Uke a well-placed aealpel, Oov. Rockefeller's statement opened up this administrator^ and laid bare its policies of weakness, of drift, of economic stagnation, of neglect for the aged and the poor, of indifference toward human dignity am! civil right*. 'The newspapers said his remarks would stimulate discussion within the Republican party, flley were too optimistic. "The cannons of the OM Guard fired a volley of contempt. When the smoke had cleared, the |t>v- tow Republicans. lernor was left standing in the«id- In an address prepared for a die of the field, discouraged, dls- j luncheon of the Women's Nation- 'al Democratic Club, Symington — a candidate for the The Rev. Paul S. Krebs offi-fpresidential nomination elated at funeral services at 2 "Those of us who have Democratic - said: been illustoned, a man without a party." Venice is rivalled as a city of canals by Tokyo, which ha« 1,300 miles of canals and 5,284 bridges. p.m. Wednesday In Smith Fun-!trying to show the people the true eral Home. Alton, for Mrs. Mau- course of events under the cur- rieta Boehm, wife of James F. rent Republican leadership, were!Telegraph Want Ads Boehm of 212 Logan, Bethalto. Burial was in Roselawn Memory Gardens. Chevaliers of Alton Chapter: Order of DeMolay were pall-i bearers: Robert Landiss, Ellis Peters, Robert Denby, Donald Bertler, Earl Schmidt and Fay Malone. •CLICK" Convincing, But Still Guilty MEMPHIS (AP) - When a pO'| lice officer testified that Robert] Malone, .">4. had a "glassy stare" after being arrested and charged' with drunk driving, his lawyer reacted tfiiickly. \ "The defendant should have a glassy stare," he told the judge. < Malone removed his left eye, made I of glass. ; It didn't help. The judge found him guilty, fined him $250 and sentenced him to 30 days in jail. Friday & Saturday Specials Fruit & Ntit Stollen—6flc . . . Sprolal Featnrel Doublv rich coffee cake doush with candied cherries, f raisins and nuts Inside, with ta«ty fondant Icing, cher. rles and nirts on top. Black Forest Tortr—S3.X.1 • . . »1.»« for l i (buy It by the slice If vrm picfcr) A treat fit for a Klniz! Fnur layers of tasty devIs food cake with maraschino cherries nn.l chocolate nut- ter cream and delicious maraschino cherry 'lavfed whipped cream over all You II love It, trj Don't forget Father's D*y, June 19ih. Shop for at Sribold's today' POP ed at 3 p.m. Sunday in the, funeral home. The Rev. H. E.j Lane, pastor of the First Bap-| tist Church, here, will officiate, i Burial will be in the Oak Grove Cemetery. Seibold's Bake Shop Buy . . . the BEST TASTING MILK SOLD BY ALL LEADING FOOD STORES! BE REALLY REFRESHED AROUND THE CLOCK! I DIETSCHY'S MARKET I PHONE HO B-8624 FREE DELIVERY BOO RIDGE I CHUCK POT ROAST I FRESH QRD. HAMBUROER 1 CHOICE CUTS .. Lb. 49c Chicken Parts Wings, Lb. 29c Backs, Lb. Legs.. Lb. 85c Breast, Lb. 63c PORK CUTLETS , 45c Lean For Breading . Lb. 59e END CUT PORK CHOPS Lb. SKINLESS \VIENERS ...... Lb. i CHUCK | STEAKS ........ Lb. LEAN GROUND BEEF CHUCK .. Lb. SPICED LUNCH LOAF ...Lb. 49e TRAY PACK FRYERS Lb. 39c KREY MELLOW BACON 1 Lb. s Layers 43e BOILED HAM Lew, Sliced Thin.. Lb. RIB STEAKS SHORT 7-IN.OUT, U. S. Good Beef Lb. EGGS, Grade B, Large Uoz. 39e Large Sliced BOLOGNA Lb. DANISH ROLLS NUT Pk«. 4 in AN6EL FOOD CAKES BREAD . . . Regular for 39o LARGE SO-OZ. LOAF 2 „„ 37e Black. Cherry, Chocolate Ripple, Other flavors SPECIAL NEW FRE-ZERT , i „, 69e 2 «1K* v, Gallon Via caiu WC I'tREX »l IV 278 A-G Grape- frult Piece*. Morton'* sHLT boxes 25c A ti CIDEB OIL VINEGAR ...... Qt. stilweU • TOMATOEii. m C«ns 33* OININQ CAR COFFEE II. Can 96e AQ TOMATO JUICE 2 40.0i. Cam 59o Pineapple • flrwfnil* JulM t H»0i. Otat 5t< HAWAIIAN PUNCH I 48-01, Out ITi HI-C OMANOE ORINK 2 4l*0i. Out Oil WHITE DRY OMOXS .... SWEET 2uJ9c /or I Lb. Bunch .%a>PABAOl S -So. I BED Solid Ripe 2 ,..371 10^590 far III eAMT.MOUHi * tow tin SOU* (UN TONAT Haro ara four *acy way* to sarv* "Fancy Franks." 1) Slice a hot frank, stuff with col* slaw. 2) Roll franK In alica of mustard.«pr*ad bread. Fasten with wooden pick, brush with melted butttr. brown in hotovan Add olives. 3) Mix relish Into canned baked beans, pile into sliced franks, pop in hot oven. 4) Put hot frank In bun with dice of dill pickle, red sash of pimento. Serve with ice-cold King Size Coca-Cola Only Coca-Cola alv*« vou that chwrful lift...that cold crisp taste that brightens any bite. ' 6aivt tRkt Mor» 4' OauvrM Ma for a midnight anack wWi King Slit Coca-Cola. Jv»t take a etittar alaa out of a round loaf of dark or whrta hraad. Paotnta with a circling «f davUlod ham <n<* wi ulad Mb yaUow paataurizad proeaaaad ehoaaa apraad with leftanod buttar and pipa along the *dgoawitH a naatra tuba. Qaraiah with cucumoar aiicoa, aiicod ejlvaf, eroam choasa and • rtdiah. Cut into wadgaa and MM with Icsvcold King Sba Coca-Coial •-•w.n^iauB, TRY THESE TEMPTING TREATS WITH BIG KING SIZE COKE! MS- W- 1 »»t HI. Alton Co«*-Col« loHling Co.

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