Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 21
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 14, 1960
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 14,1960 Wheat Referendum Voting Plnees Announced Todnv CARLtNVILLE - Jerry Htl- ey. 17. Charles Holley, 19, and Robert Magufre 22, all of Ott> limillr. appeared before Ma_ ;coupin County Judge Francis J. CAfUJNVILLE — Voting plae-iWestern Mound. Haeaman Town \ Brrgen f or a hearing on their for the referendum to be held Hall: Girard. Nilwood and Vir- motions for probation Wednes- «tuly 21 on mmkefing quotas fot the 19B1 wheat crop were announced today by Warner J. Rull. Chairman of the County Ag- den. Glrnrrl Klevatoi: N 7 orth Ot- day. ter artd South Otter. South Otter! The report of Sheriff Russell Town Hall: North Palmyra andjBrown who was appointed speci- Sotith Palmyra. South Palmyra |al investigator was received by rlculturnl Stabilization and Con-j Town Hal!. |the court. Judge Bergen granted scrvnllon Committee. Farmers who are eligible to j probation for one year and ap- The polls will be open from'vote ui the wheat quota referen-,'pointed (he sheriff pmb.tfion of- 8 B.m to 6 p.m. Locations are|dum are all those who in 1961 will!ficer For eacli of the defendants. ns follows: 'have more than 1.i acres of wh"ati KMnte 1'nv Filed Bnrr and Scottville townships. Ban Town Hall: Bird. Brushy Mound, Carlinville. Honey Point. Polk, and Shaw? Point. ASC Hall In Carlinville: Brighton and Shipman. Piasa Hall: Bunker Hill, Dorchester. Gillespie and Hll- yard. Dorchester School: Cahok- la and Ml. Olive-Staunton. Mt. Olive City. Hall: Chesterfield and valued at $1.701.19: and tangible ing equipment. personal property valued at $2,- The building, with ftpptw* omil' ™ * ff * St ^* ° f .I! 2 '; i "lately 14,000 square feet of floor W3.S8. The estate is bequeathed, ^ ^^ nce(ted fftc ,,. to a number of nieces and ne-| M , for fhf , gund 9choo] fls phews with three grandne-,„ ^ ^ ^ offlce phews Ivan John and Jerry, f(Jr ft mln , ster AreW . Lancasfer. nil of Trafalgar, Ind..; p ^ Fernandcs each receiving one-third of the; remainder. Ground Breaking Held i Associates of Springfield. It is I expected that preliminary work on preparation of the building CARLINVILLK - G t o u n d- sitr wil | bp g in tn | s nexf week< breaking ceremonies for the New! witn the constriction to be completed in eight or nine months. Red fro** rolleHlofm t ; p the for harvest as grain on H farm.' CARUNVILI.K - An inheri-j except those who are part.icipat-jtancc ins return has been filed ing in the 1960 feet wheat pro-,in the court of Maeoupin County gram. Under the feed wheat pro-j.Judge Frnncis .J Bergen tn the estate of Robert K. Lancaster, a resident of Carlinville, who died Nov. 16. 19:i9. The return indicates Hint the d(ceased left total real estate valued at .S.8S.7.~>0: cash and bonds gram. farmers may arrange with the county office to grow up to 30 acres of wheat for use only on the farm where grown without being subject to marketing quota penalties. • Are You A Creative Cook? Your friends may not *• recognize your genius, but perhaps the Cook Book Judges will! WIN In the Big Alton Telegraph RECIPE CONTEST Educational Ruildint! of First Methodist Church in Carlinville arc scheduled at the close of (he 10 a.m. service of vvot- lip .Sunday. Plans for thih To Host Exchange farm Student HARDIN - The W. L. Schudel family of Hamburg lias J»e«i selected as a host family In the International Farm Youth fix- change program, which is sponsored by the Notional 4-H Club Dorsey Man on County Committee Appointment of Robert Johnson of tJorsey as a member of the Farmers Home Administration county committee was announced this week by Harold F. Kiepe. the agency's county supervisor serving Clinton, Mftdi- n. Monroe. St. Glair and Washington counties. John is a graduate of Illinois 1'nivtTsily. College of Agricul- (Foundation. i Miss Rhoda Campbell of Scot- CARLINV1LLK - The Ma- ]anf) vvi ,, Vjgj1 ,,„, St . n , K)p | s fronl coiipin County Red Cross Ch'ip-; AuR . ,. 20 ancl , n accO rdance|hoiin county family fias been ter announced the following nd.. w , th tho reqilllx , mf . nts o f the pro. I host. n, H in,.,.ri i« th , , u> , V (litional < mmm ^ received since, w| ,, shn ,. e , n tnc farm ; M , S8 Campbell, who In 25, Is a 9 nlv P -J „ • thp laR( repol1: Hilym ' (1 U)wn 1 work, and in the social and com- teacher by profession, and her Stanley P. \V,ese ollowuig a ;slli ,,. $14: Chesterfield mral ni- Mllin ,t v life of the family. family has a cattle and sheep coZmee n7h H 'f? 1 f" Bea - $34: ***" *** ^^ %»' '^K nro^ram was be«run ranch in Scotland. She is now committee and board of trustees,jv^S; Western Mound township. Tuesday night. ! 51)6.50: Shipman township. $41.45; At the meeting Tuesday, con-1 Shell Oil Co. for chapter resi- tracts totalling approximately i dents employed there. $1: Bunk$173.000 were awarded to the lower Hill. $1, bringing the total bidders on the project. The Bert i collected to date to S5.80i5.1l or Hays Construction Co. of Spring- about W) per cent of the $9.995 field in 1948. following the war, in an attempt to further international understanding for world peace, staying with a family in Oregon. Exchange youths must be between 20 and 30 years of age, and there are now 60 countries j and must have had farm exper- cooperating in the project. Sinceiience In their home countries. 194S. 10.000 United States farm; families have been hosts to the received the contract fo. quota. , farm yollth exchangees. Howev- the genera) construction. Other! The following have exeeedecl e) , t | ]is jg ,| )e {i,, st t j mp „ Ca] . successful bidders were the Pet-!the quota: the towns of Engar- ersburg Plumbing and Heating ville. Carlinville. Chesterfield, Co. foi Installation of the plumb- Girard and the township of Ship- To meet obligations and keep the blood program will mean ing and heating units: the Chas-!mtin. Gillespie and Benld are)additional collections Or supple- teen Electric Co. of Cfirlmvillei presently conducting the drive, i mental drives. Tile present fund for wiring and electrical fix-'Not, yet organi/ed are the town 'drive will continue through De- tures. and (he Schmidt Brothers!ships of Brighton, Dorchester'cember 1960. giving additional Co. of Springfield for ventilat- and North Otter. time for more collections. the new tantalizing sauce for better barbecue ture. tie Is farming the family firm tt Dorwy, and when in that age bracket, was active In 4-H Clot work. Two dthef members make up the three-member committee which works with the county supervisor to see that ^he best possible use is made of the agency's farm credit service program consistent with local farmers' needs. The other two members are Martin .T. Arth, Edwardsville, and George Wilhelm, Marine, Each member is AtB ItOfff AMBt HAGERSTOWN, Md. 9 — Richard A. Smith was certain they had the wrong man when he was hailed Into court on charges of stealing junk from a plant damaged by fire. Smith's attorney produced Jail records showing Smith was a prisoner the day of the flit. appointed for a three-year term. Johnson succeeds William H. Blase of Worden, whose three- yes r term expired this yew. r VACATION NOTICE DUKE BAKERY Is Closed For Vacations Will Reopen For Business FRIDAY, JULY 22 SToili: tfOl'KS: MON.. Till KS., MAT. 8:00 A.M. to H:00 P.M. FRIDAYS 8:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. RIGHT RESERVED TO LIMIT I?i Prises Contest RULES 1. Enter as many recipes as you wish, in one or all categories. 2. Write your recipe carefully in this order: a. Name ol recipe, and category. b. List ingredients tn the order they are added. c. Method of mixing. d. Special instruction* \vhen necessary, example— (chill for J',' hours). e. Baking lcni|K'ruture, and time required for bakery products. f. Name, address and telephone number ol coiite.stunt. 3. Write plainly. Use only one recipe to a sheet of paper, and write only on one side of the paper. 4. All entries become the property of the Alton Evening Telegraph. (No entries will be returned.) Decision of judges uill be final. 5. Only one cash prize will be awarded to any individual. 6. The contest opened Monday, June 20, 1960, and closes at midnight Saturday, July 30, 1960. Winning recipes will be published in the Alton Evening Telegraph — Cook Book Section, Monday, Sept. 12, 1960. 7. Address your recipes to Cook Book, Alton Evening Telegraph, P.O. Box 298, Alton, Illinois. If you prefer, en tries may be brought to the Telegraph office, 111 East Broadway, Alton. 8. Anyone in the entire trade area of the Telegraph is eligible and may send in as many entries as desired. Only employes of the Telegraph and members of their immediate families are ineligible. PORK STEAK U. S. INSPECTED FRESH WHOLE FRYERS MAYROSE BACON LB. 39 LB. 27 LB. 49 BONELESS PORK ROAST . »39c WIENERS 2& 89c MINUTE STEAKS GROUND BEEF 3-880 GROUND CHUCK • 69c POLISH SAUSAGE HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE . . . 2- 49c LARGE BOLOGNA Lb. _ Lb. • • *B»f or pic ' e) 3^11.00 MANHATTAN COFFEE GRADE "A" HOMOGENIZED Lft • • • o LB. HALF $ GALS. 59 FOOD KING Til Kill STARKIST I UNH • CHUNK STYLE 2 «/a Cans SUNSHINE HI HO CRACKERS . . 37c |T WHIPS ARMOUR'S LUNCHEON MEAT Categories J. Saladi* and Salad Urekslngb 'i. Vegetables (Including Soup) 3. Ca»»erole DUhc* 4. MeaU 5. H«b and 1'oullry ti. Desserth 7. take mill Cookies 8. Fie U. Breads 10. Outdoor Cookery SUMMER SANOWICHES LOIS RAE SWEET PATIO CHEF LUMP Judges MUt Ruth Shank <Cbdiiinun) Home Lcunonms Plret-tur, Union tlettrlt Co.. St. LouU Mr*. W. G. Graodfltld, Home l.conomln, Monticello College Mlu Jaue Hvorv. OJreclor or Hume kiouomlci H bwcb Mrviiw. Alton Bourd ol Educuttoo MU*f Amy t»tuuio««. Home kvooomivt. Civic M» BMHal Web ScHwl. Betbalio Eileen WnwUaf, Mt«(U»on Couoly Home r. Edw«rdivlU« Mr». Millie M§rbitrv«r, Horn* tuiuumlci, ROK- Mail lour Kntry Today Tot COOK BOOK ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Box 208, ALTON, ll.l,. TREET PICKLES COOKIES CHARCOAL Charcoal Lighter OTFAIfO IOMNIIIMF STEAKS HloaN ORANGE JUICE CRACKERS 2 12-Ox. Con QUART 39 SHURFRESH || 1 Lb. $ ASSTD. PARTY PAKJi Pkgs. 3 3 3 3 6 5Lb. $ Q». $ Cons MOUN GENISII n Cam 00 00 00 00 00 SHURFRESH '/« U. WRAPS PEVELY JL Farmcrest JL ICE CREAM Lettuce. 2>~29< Cucumbers2»'9 Peaches 3«»35' PLUMS OR /Ibs. Nectarines PEACHES *1 ^^ No. 2'/2 Cans ARMOUR VIENNA SAUSAGE PEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL •RACHS (Rtg. 29c) CANDIES NAIISCO OREO 3 'C PEL MONTE PINEAPPLE Grapefruit Drink Supermarket CHARMIN IATHROOM TISSUE 12

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