PAGE TWENTY-SLX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TMUftSDAY, lULf t, 1*0 CAttmVAL By Dtek Toner LIMY BEEF STEW 14 Of. Can LIBBY VIENNA SAUSAGE 14 Ot. Can i: "He could be overtrained! This morning he took a dive while punching the heavy bag!" Rotarians Raise j Slate Reve » ue rk ®* Finns Declines for Pool In Bethalto Park BETHALTO — Funds exceeding 110,000 were raised by the Bethal- i l»rte<J today. SPRINGFIELD — Collection of i corporation franchise lees and taxes for the first half of the year dropped $102,059.39 below last year's record level, Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier re- to Rotary Club in the drive to construct a swimming pool in Bethalto it was announced by President Calvin Neunaber at a meeting ot the Club Wednesday in the social room ol the Zion Lutheran Church. The club pledged $5,000 and raised $5,600 with the sale of interest taring bonds Nenuaber • said. Rotary-members voted to continue the. drive for another week. The $5,000 pledge made by the Rotarians be borrowed from the Bethalto National Bank and repaid through work projects sponsored by the Club. In addition .-to the pledge, members of the dub sold interest bearing bonds to residents of the area. Each member was urged to sell a $100 bond. A film showing methods of burial from the early Egyptians to the modern memorial cemeteries was presented by Ed Mense, manager of the Roselawn Memory Gardens' on route 140, west of Bethalto. Mense was accompained by Morry Newman of Eldorado. The speakers were introduced by Charles Aghetta, program chairman. Visiting Rotarians were Loren Young, Jim Morrison, George Howes and Willard Flagg, all of Edwardsville. Other Rotarians who visited the meeting were Harry Nevlin of Alton and Bob DUKE BAKERY 810 Henry Dial HO 2-2828 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY Wa £p«cia/ii« in Wedding and Party Cokes For the first six months of the year, the total received was $3,494,251.87, he said. Payment of annual taxes by large corporations after July 1 is expected to bring collections up to last year's figures this month, Carpentier added. Organisation of new corpora tions is also running behind the 1959 mark, with an overall decline of 19 being accounted for entirely by new Illinois business corporations, Secretary Carpentier said. In that category, 4,700 organizations have been issued charters, a decrease of 111. The Washington Monument is located at the meeting of an axis running south from the White House and west from the capitol. McCarrol of Glendale, Arizona. Robert Howes of Rosewood Heights was also introduced as a guest. RaUbow Appointment BETHALTO — Miss Janet Fo well of 448 Prairie Street was appointed, grand chaplain of the 3rand Assembly of the Order of Rainbow for Girls in ceremonies jeld recently in Chicago. Miss Powell also received the Grand Cross of Color. Mrs. Irene Yeck, mother advis or of the Bethalto Rainbow Chap ter, received the Internationa rand Cross at the meeting of thi Grand Assembly. Judy McMonigle grand representative of Nesv Mex ico in Illinois presented her report to the Assembly. Attendin; the Assembly as a representativi was Pat Keller of Bunker Hill. The Order of Rainbow Girl Assembly No. 62 of Bethalto wil celebrate Founder's Day with ° picnic on Saturday. The girls ar scheduled to meet at* the Temple at 10:00 a.m. Regular meeting of the group is scheduled for Wed nesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Temple Mrs. Yeck reported. LIBBY— with Beam Chill ISVa Ot. Con 39 LIBBY Meat Price* AM Effective Throuth "at., July fth FARM FRESH WHOLE *•* "REEL" SAVINGS! PHONE FR. 1-3700 FOR THE LOCATION OF A TOM-BOY STORE NEAREST YOU! OhHI-SMihiHI 35* 14 Ot. Can LIBBY—CORNED Beef Hash 16 Os. Can 39' CUT-UP FRYERS ">-35 BREAST QUARTERS u 49c LEG QUARTERS i,, 39c FRYERS FORBES Barbecue Sauce Or. FORBES Garlic Salt 2'/2 Oz. *% e Rib Lb. VEAL CHOPS 69 FORBES Vanilla Extract 1C DIETSCHY'S MARKET PHONE HO 0-6624 FREE DELIVERY BOO RIDGE Round or Sirloin Steaks Choice Cute, Ib. .FRESH BUD. HAMBUBBEB . >* 49e PORK CHOPS .'u.V:,,, 39c Center Cuts, Ib. KREY BACON MeUo A 1-lb. •Brand O>i CUBED, LEAN BEEP STEW .. Lb. LOIN PORK CUTLETS Lb. Frwen BEEF A PATTIES ... * pkC*. P1NBONG SIRLOIN STEAKS Lb. TENDER CUBED STEAKS .'. Lb. Krey BBAUNSCHWEI6EB LARGE, JUICY FRANKS Lb. 49e Sl)oe4 Lb. • Lb. 4Bc Piece CREAM COTTABE CHEESE 2 »• 36e BRUNO BREAD . . . 20-oz. loavoM EQQS, Large Grade B .. 2 u «. 79e 79« Thick Sliced BACON Z-lb. pkg. SLICED BOLOGNA ...... Lb. Veung PORK « LIVEK C Ibk. 49e SMOKED LOIN FORK CHOPS .j. TRAinPACKED 4 A* FRYERS Ltr. WVV SMOKED HAM HOCKS Lb. fe Pineapple OBABBE DRINK DANISH ROLLS Baked by iBruno 4 in PI*. HEIFETZ FRESH Cucumber Ploklen. pt. EOOO HOMO MILK 3 guU. Kraft Gr»p* Jetty, UN*. Jar TALL MUMOT 2«».23o AO SWEET «T POTATOES 4 HJCRSIIEV'H CHOC. SVKUP ~_HJ 23e Oi. Pkg. 43 FREE ... 2 Corn Holder* en each pkg. of PARKAY MARGARINE 2-49 •fr^** Forbes 9 Summer Drink Syrup No Sugar Nudid! 12| 0*. Bottli 23' CUT RITE Waned Paper 25 ***••> AMERICAN or PIMENTO CHEESE Sliced Lb. YE OLDE SOUTH SWEET OR BUTTERMILK BISCUITS Added Meaf Value si » Mayrose Fancy VEAL CHUCK STEAKS » 69c Mayrose fancy Veal SHOULDER ROAST. Mayrose Fancy Veal SIRLOIN ROAST . Fresh GROUND BEEF . , Hunter Brand THRIFTY BACON. 8-Oi. Rolls 49 JOO Ft. Delicious top p e d with melted butter. Ideal for Sunday dinner. ••••••••••••••••••I SNOW CROP FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 9 40 QQc 4 Ci - Otr FLAV.R.PAK FROZEN CHOPPED or LEAF SPINACH or CHOPPED BROCCOLI Be 49 IO.QS. Pkgi. BOOTH FROZEN-8READED PERCH or HADDOCK 39c E Lb. spar li tilt fmwltk AQ 4 h. link PMMf (if 80o WAIT SOX OAIH NWOER $2,09 fiJWM C00l Afi UQitK •Mn CfffflkliiB 41 WES* 9 Ib*. fLLMS f t I1PI UNANAS to it. Mil 790 2 lit. lit U. S. No. I FULL EAR SWEET CORN 5 - 29 FANCY GOLDEN BANANAS NEW GREEN APPLES . C . "IOC 3 u '45a TOM-lOt ItOftE WW* MIXES MD KOOL TOM • BOY GREEN TIP-NATURAL MAMMOTH . . . Asparagus Spears Can 29 Orange or Pineapple Grapefruit Hi C Drinks 3 4 ,e 89 C Kills Bugs Dead Real-Kill pt. 59 Joyful, Plump and Meaty Red Beans 2 a 19 C Joyful Brand Cut Green Beans 23-25 Armour— Includes 3e Off Label Vienna Sausage 2^39° LIMIT ONE PLEASE! GoldMtdil FLOUR k.
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 8,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month