Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 28
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June 23, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

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ALTON EVENING TKLBORAPM DtJldottt FAVORITE TOM-BOY STORE MEAT PttlCES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY, Chops Pork ROAST LOIN Cut from 6 to I Lb. Seltet Sidai—Mayroui Slab BACON Completely Boneless—Easy fo Prepare KREY CORNED |b CHC PORK BUTTS . . . ' Wafer Sliced BOILED HAM "iteiti Fresh Ground GROUND DEEP LEMONADE Hunter—By the Piece DEER SALAMI THURSDAY, JUNE 33, I960 Vote Saturday On Annexation To Wood River WOOD RIVER - Residents of Lincoln Addition and Northwood Place will vote Saturday on the proposal of whether of not to annex to the City ol Wood River. The prupoaed area to be annexed Includes from the intersection of Ninth street and Airline drive In Rosewood Heights south on Ninth to the northern edge of the city landfill, west to North Sixth street, south to Park lane, west to Jefferson avenue, north along the East Alton corporate line to Airline drive, except for two lots along Airline drive, which were recently annexed to East Alton; nnd east 1o Ninth street. The area includes Lincoln place, Lincoln place annex. Woodland drive, Forest drive. Circle drive. i Haller drive, and Airline drive. Polling place for persons living I in Lincoln place will be the Cabinet Shop at the corner of Pershing and Washington. Rayburn's New Officers Take Over Navy Mothers' Club EAST ALTON — Mn. August Sorgea, commander, and her staff of officers utunMd duties at the Wednesday meeting At the Alton Area Navy Mother's dub at Veterans of Foreign Wars Home. A regular schedule of meeting dates was adopted as the second and fourth Monday evenings of each month at the East Alton VFW Home. Projects for the coming year were discussed and an increase in benevolent programs was voted, including additional parties for veterans of the John Cochran Hospital. It was voted not to send a del- fhe national convention in August due to the 'luck of funds. CRISCO Mb. Caw 67 Wife Me Coupon on Page 22 ••• wmv No. '/2 Tin MOTE TOM 43 D-Coii 2-Ox. Pk* HOUSE- PIIF 49 FORBES BLACK PEPPER ^L C«ni' UU YOUR CHOICE Fresher Brand Frozen FLAV-R-PAK COD or FORD HOOK LIMAS OR BROCCOLI SPEARS 3 10-Os. P*^\«k 1 _ BW^JG «(?$. ^^ I Fresh Fruits and Vegetables GEORGIA—Yellow Meat U.S. No. I FREESTONE PEACHES 2 - 35' U. S. No. 1 Black Valentine Snap GREEN BEANS . . . U. S. No. 1 Cool 'n Crisp CUCUMBERS . . . . 2"»29e rorfSc Real Estate office at 17 S. Ninth 'SI. will br the polling place for persons living in Northwood place 'in Rosewood Heights. The pollsl e « l will be open from K a.m. to ti p.m.! Saturday. A -crazy hat" party was K tin- areas arr annexed to pi annw j for the July 18 meeting Wood River it will increase the. win, ;\i rs Raymond Ferguson population of the city nearly 1000. : named as arrangement chair. Thr Wood River annexation ordi- man . Members will have the nance was ruled valid by County Ipnvelege of inviting prospective Judge Michael Kinney on Dec. 18. nu-mbprs and friends as guests 1939. and they, too, will be eligible to Ed Doerr. president of the Rose- enter the contest. wood Heights Improvement Association, said he expected a heavy turn out of voters and that the outcome could go either way. Mayor James Delaney of Wood River also predicted a close contest but said he hoped the majority of residents in the two areas in- TOM-BOY "FLAVOR-PLUS" £ Orange Juice I 3 46-oz, $ 4 00 Cans 1 Your Choice — Mix or Match! Tonvloy N«v«r Pirn VEGETABLES CUT QREEN BEANS—JUMBO PEAS WHOLE KERNEL OOLDEN CORN 2 a 29° V' volved would favor the proposal, as he believed they would benefit greatly by annexation. Rosewood African Violet Society Meets WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Homer Graves, president, led a discussion on plans and programs for the coming year when the Rosewood African Violet Society met Wednesday at the Godfrey home ol Mrs. Hilda Eccles. Summer activities will conclude with a picnic in August. A review of articles in recent Sai'ety Council at East Alton Meets EAST ALTON — A discussion was held Tuesday night on the aims and purposes of the Citizens Traffic and Safety Council of East Alton at the Community Building. i Tho council's program is being drawn up by Dane Hewitt, Robert I McCall, Mrs. Ada Kelly and James i Clayton. The council proposes to | recommend that Wood River Avei nue's present speed limit of 30 miles an hour be reduced to 23. "Safe As You Think", a film on traffic, industrial and school safety, was shown. The council voted to have its regular meetings on the second Tuesday of every month. Tuesday night's meeting was the second meeting held by the council since issues of the national magazine, i and various types of plant food j \vere the discussion topics. The program featured a musical presentation by the Alton All-City Orchestra. Arrangements for a "bridal party" were displayed by Mrs. Robert Bugg, Mrs. C. P. Edsall. Mrs. Harrison March, Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Harold Brown, its election of permanent officers. Warns Trash Burner. EAST ALTON — East Alton residents are asked to refrain from burning trash after 6 p.m., Police Chief Harold Riggins said today. Riggins said home owners have complained that smoke and fumes from smoldering trash was entering their open windows. HtiftH—Tbt IMIM of quality l-Oz. Pkg. BARBECUE SPICE Pkf. 23c • • • 6ARLIG SALT sfc»-oz. o<i *k Pkf. ZlC • • • VANILLA EXTRACT SWEET PICKLES .. ~ 39 I TISSUE I Your cholet <rf ttn tftlkious flavors ROYAL GELATIN 12- 99 Tont'Boy lartlett PEAR HALVES... 3 - $ 1 00 Yellow Cling Holvos or Slletd ALLSPICE IM-Oc. TOM-BOY PEACHES 3^ 59 Krof t dork and rich POPPY SEEDS * A 12C I'J; GRAPE JELLY .... - 29 Stock yp now od HIVO SPRAY rn Red SALMON HILL'S DOG FOOD.8- S 1 oo Mrs. Russell Graves. French and Mrs. i When George Washington resigned as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army aftei the Revolution, he appeared for the ceremonies attired only in a plain buff and blue uniform. It carried no military insignia. Telegraph Want Ads "Click." Forced to Quit Work 1 EAST ALTON - Wednesday's high temperature on the railroad tracks at the Union Tank Car Co.'s plant in East Alton forced workmen to call it a day. Perspiration soaked employes of the W. A. Nichols Co. of Dallas, Tex., quit work after a check revealed that the temperature was 99 ' 1 4 Ma. 1 T»U Tin f •> SUm-Ridgi MM. Sroadw«y fait Alton PEARL MKT. IIS Caatrtl Alton Op*o TU11 frtfatr Nil* 30HUTZ MKT. 300 N. Sixth $t. Wood Rivar Opa» TIU • MiHy NHo Prosaa PET-RITZ PIES o Rosidalt Mirkit III i. Alrltno Itoiowood Ota* TIM I PN«a» DIETSCHY'S MARKET PHOXE HO 5-8H'i4 FREE DELIVERY 500 RIDGE BACON, Morrell Thick Sliced 2^79c toVearbeelle^ Ib. PORK STEAKS . LONGHORN CREAM CHEESE. 45C FRESH CRD. HAMBURGER . . 49o LEAN, GROUND CHUCK ........ Lb. Ibs. LIVER SMOKED HAM HOCKS ... Lb. LEAN PORK CUTLETS ...... Lb. END CUT PORK CHOPS .._ Lb. SMOKED 9O* DRIED BEEF Pkf. 496 Krey Braunschweiger 39c Grade A Fryers ttK A Split to Whole ... Lb..VU« Barbecue, Lb. Tray pMk.lb. 4O* 4VC EM. Homo Milk 3 0 I.09 Blr<s-Ey. . . Chicken, Turkey or 4 Pot Pie. Q for 73. SPICED LUNCH MEAT, Birds Eye PEAS *0-«tt. WHITE BKEAD ...... (or LARGE Grade B EGGS Do*. FISH STICKS • Pkf. !• in .... £ for Cream Cot- A tefe CHEESE * U Van Camp Pork«Beam .a,a» Northern Colored Toilet Paper 4 ^37o 49o Duncan nine* Barbecue Saeee Tender Leaf Tee Bege ,, KK can PLANTER PEAAL'TS HIGHLAND KB* 006 . . . HAMBURGER DILLft S GRAPE Jtil.LV, 9ttM». J -91: 29o 33e Pktt M4 Aexaao RAIN I RAIN Stata a«d NoHM Altoa C»» TIN I LE3TARE ' 1 49« RtM's Markit Highway 140 Moadowbrook 0. WALTERS

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