Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
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ALTON JUN* Ml, 1WU — fiethalto 8r.. tn tb« Vlltafe rteroM would be fined under prohibiting (DC use _..__, -In the ordinance anil ftttfc l§w prohibit the pot» Mflkm MM dJichafgiftB of fire* worn, ttadel said eptetel poi> ice <waM bt avanable to en- Ante |^fc flfwwrlw ordinance. S 1 JuAj^^^^^' A jaw* "* : , • $ inljpVvTW Jailer Bui UGI y •BtfHALTO - Uttlte Brenda Difbtdt, granddaughter of Mr an| MM-AIfred Lee of Botha!- tOiQmf tnUwu marked improvement foltoiHng surgery for bill ary artresia, a rare birth defect. The baby underwent surgery at the Alfred Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. Contributions from resident* of the St. LOUis area assisted the baby in her fight for life. Carrollton CARROLLTON -Arthur Keller, rfadyn Angle, John Baldwin, Eugene Batty, Arch Howard and David v Glover were among those from this city who attended the Shell meeting at the Hotel Stratford in Alton Tuesday evening. Two marriage,; licenses were issued Tuesday in the Sfftoe' County Clerk Ray Bennett. One was issued to Kenneth E. Fisher and'Miss Shirley L. Hawk ins, both of Roxana, and they were married following the issuance by Justice W. P. Jung. The other was issued to Gary L. Gibbons ol Roodhouse and Miss Linda Lou Piper of White Hall. ilia* Jeanne Paisley of Jack- DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry Dial HO 2-8922 FRESH BAKED 800DS DAILY We SpwJafise in Wedding and Forty Cakts Mfl*fififMi HHft8 Held Tuesday CARROLL-TON - Fuftttptftdwa . for Mrs. Entma §w«Mir* *", of the late John Swann. „„.„ held Tueettty at 2 p.m. it tilt Mehi Funeral Home with tfw Albert Monroe of il! officiating. IPtlfteaiers were Bud Young, Robert Young, Lelchele Young, Donald Yoxmf and Alvin Vlnyard. Interment arfn Carrollton Cemetery. Attend Opera CARrtOLLTON - Eighty members of the Junior Catholic Daughters and their guests went to St. Louis Tuesday evening where they saw "Anything Goes" at the Municipal Opera The trip was made In two school buses and the school carry-all. Storm' Damage CARROLLTON - Carrollton received slight damage In the wind and rain storm which struck the city Tuesday night. Trees and limbs were dowt in various parts of the city and a car owned by David Glover of White rial! and parked at the Arch Howard home was damaged when struck by a falling tree limb.., Some street! were .impassable for a time but they were §oon opened to traffic. City police county police, state police anc Civil Defense Emergency Aux iliary Police all assisted in dl reeling traffic during and aftei the storm until all streets were cleared. MEpORA - Mr. and Mrs. rard' OlfflHn and children, ulla, Clyde Eldon and Iteven, *ensacokti FU.t wn$ in Medora Wednesday etinnff on friends H. L. Ctewtf and Mis* Glower visited in Alton Tuesday fternoon at the home of their brother, R. N. Glower, Mr. afld Mn. Lee Zlpprtch, Peoria, flitted* ffr Medora with relatives over Wednesday and her sister, Mn. Oltle Strong, re- sonville was an .overnight gues Tuesday of Miss Elizabeth Mey er at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meyer. Mrs. Edith Allen Is returning liome Friday from a vacation spent in New Jersey and othe points of interest in the East. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Geers were guests Wednesday o Geers' brother and slster-m law, Mr. and Mrs. Franci Geers. Mrs. Gerald Preble returned home Sunday from Wilmington where she spent four weeks witl her sister-in-law and brother Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Freeman She was accompanied home bj Mir. and Mrs. Freeman, wh< spent the day here. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Phelp« of Oakland, Calif., were gutfst last week of Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Reynolds. The families be came friends when the' mer were both in the armed force and stationed in the East. Modora turned home wlft Oiirtii After Mt% Strong vista In Montnouth and Kewanw, «he will leave from the latter place for her jhome in Sheridan, Wyo. i Mr. and Mn. fVank Milliard and family of Wood Rfvtr and Mn. Doris Warner and ctiltdrvn of Brighton visited their grind* mother, Mrs. Florence Warner, Sunday afternoon. Egypt hit a wtv* of daring the American CMI War because of increased demand for Egyptian cotton. Mrs. Dfckcfmra "~ Mft." Mttrle Mrt> Joiw *ff > entertaMMi M a nMMf flv MN> Wo fulfill UraMtrRMM at tnw tm*^^^&lm, fcj£|teA J^k RTTTnVr S IHJIIW' 7fR Tunday night, Oatnet wtff ptiytd and pri» es were awarded to Mn. Chartes Strung Mr* V, C. St«V ton, Mr«. Jack Mflter, Mn. Charles Leo Perklnton §r., Mrs. Wllbtrt Da*l8.8hd Mtts Kay CANADA DRY SODA Root Bear, Cola, Orange, Grape, Cream With $2.50 in Additional Purchatts Excluding Cigarettes CASE OF 24 10-Ot lorrlei 98* PaHo Chef CHARCOAL 3-5 Lb. Bag $1.00 20-Lb. ECCO MILK 2 V,-Gollon Cartons No Coupon! No Limit! Rod Ripe WATERMELONS 69 Choi'min TISSUE 4-Roll Pack 29' •rune Large 1 '/4 Lb. Loavei BREAD 6—*100 Maxwell Home Instant COFFEE ••Ot. Jar RAIN'S III MART m LIU IT. IttMlil "SUFiR SHOT' STQRIS |0« *•« Ad oo TMi P«g« for Addition,! Sp.cHUI Shop AfODUAliU* wind* KW6K8 WCffv* RfM Alr^c «»^_- MKu^Cj^^i^^ ^^^ tCafdtt ttaMM&et Wwj' WktHOniun ww nrvi nanmi gum ol Alton, Mn, Mrartta ftntei, Mn. Jwwt Kflpptef, Mn. Morcieon Skinner Jr., AM oetisfl* ter\ ••ninei fifn. wWW miier» Mjrtii OHvef RlGDMnelt MM (MQgnteTt, EWHMI ttfra BVfUfCe Of Jefityffne, Mn. Lacy Rltchey, Mn, OiarW Mortlantf, Mill Maffaret ftodell and Janet and John Rodell. FIDfcLlTY - Mra. Robert RueMlng was the Honored |nt|t MWt • neediy sfteHWon on the at flw home of Mn. Edward Moore and Mn. Joe Moon. Prttes were awarded to Mrs. John R««n, MAT Bert Darr, Mn. H««h Moore and Mn. Ormt tpnttter. Other liieili wen Mn. Hugh ^___ Moore Jr., and son, Mrs. MarHryjrTWold OooMey and daughters, Janice andNadine, Mn. Jack Rich and dMgnter^ ^Jacket, Mrs. Charles Stuller, Mrs. HaroM rjerrtng, Misses Judy and Kathryn Mogg, Mn. Chirlet Swanner, Mn. Lee Moreland and vreland, Mn. Mn. Lacy Rltchey TnereM THnpe. Chute «d ftDELTTY - Mr. tfltf Mr* Steve Bireak vttttd ovw *t weekend wi» thitt id" «o daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn. ' MeLitn at Wettrnm Cape Cod, Mam, got Its name from Barflwlomew Gomold ft 1602 when friendly todltm gave him so many codftth Wetod to dump most of them overteafd. CL+CM er mi MM PRICES GOOD JULY lit and 2nd •^TVf TMrrilt. Dial Alby Alton * ilot-eoif 1M N. Delmftf, Hanfofd. Ul. | FOOD STORES i A.CI. Mefitt J»t4 Humbert, Alton, 111. Phone HO 8-1211 caller* Are* Alton Dial BOMiM A,w, tie Thira st, •aat Alton, 10, OLM811 1124 We Dellvet -Stiifltt. Ulertint, DM BOI4MI Free DeUtery Smlfty'i GeMfM Member A-G Stores Associated Grocers Company of St. Louis, Mo. STOCK UP FOR THE .. SUPER SHOP SUPER SPECIALS •rigkteit, UL Pkene PROHtlM J-MJ7 Ml jnamrecit ft,, tart Aftttn, 01, Dial CL 4-6214 BdwertfsvUle Road . d JMver, 111. Open Sundays and Holidays! 6«t Oentnl, W«»d River, tIL Phone CL 4-4804 ejMMAftaA'A A<9). Migffcet ?ee B. Broadway, AIM* Free Delivery Dial HO S«tll« REALEMON FROZEN LEMONADE ....3 6-OZ. Cans A-G STUFFED OLIVES AG CATSUP....2 7}-01. Refrigerator Jar SWIFT'NING 3 14-01, Bottles Lb. Can 29 39 39 59 PEVELY FARMCREST ICECREAM ' Gallon KLEENEX NAPKINS 2 «*• 49° bottle Realemon LEMON JUICE .... . Morton House ' ^_ PORK & BEANS ...... c?n22c DEVILED HAM . ... 2 -2J" 37c POfTED MEAT . 4 s r." 49c 4 79c 2 12-01. pkgs. bo°Ule29C ' Star Kist _ m _ CHUNK TUNA 2 63c A.O. Spaghetti or MACARONI Betty Crocker Angel and Chiffon CAKE MIXES . 53c Wishbone Italian SALAD DRESSING .... S. 37c Wishbone FRENCH DRESSING . . . STRAWBERRY PRESERVES Curtis MARSHMALLOWS .... Shirt-fresh Vanilla or Assorted SANDWICH COOKIES . Nabisco FIG BARS NABISCO THINS . . . Sunshine HYDROX COOKIES . . Softweve TOILET TISSUE 2 27c 37c 2 1^-lb. pkgs. 1 Lb. Pkg. 35c $1 47c DuPONT SPONGES Large size 29c FRYERS P« *Mdy ft rod. "A" U. 35 C • Duncan Mines Reg. or Smoky MAYROSE SLICED VzLb. ED HAM 49 MAYROSE ASSORTED COLD CUTS 59 C MAYROSC SKINLESS WIENERS -49° Sliced Lb. BBQ Type SKINLESS FRANKS - 55 Norwood SLICED BACON ~49* Independent GROUND BEEF CHUCK Independent PORK BUTT STEAKS HMM M*i4 Pm Pork Smiti , . BBQ SAUCE - : 35 19° AG Plain or Horseradish MUSTARD HeiMz Kosher or Dill PICKLES Heintz Hot Dog or Hamburger RELISH Supreme Frozen BEEF SANDWICH PATTIES $ WAXTEX WAX PAPER 2'- 45 C Jar t ; Super Shop FOLGER'S COFFEE 59" l-Lb. Can With this coupon. Goofl all Super Shop Food Stores July 1st and 2nd Swtnton Frown TV DINNERS S9« Purity Picnic PLATES 49c .nttlwry M I<IM BISCUITS Arkansas Vine-Ripened U. S. 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