Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 21, 1960
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PAGE TWENTY4MX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 21, I960 Obituaries Mrs. Brinton JKRSEYVtLLE - Jprseyvfllr wlntNus nave wwived word o 0ir death of Mrs. Herbert C. Brin ton of Jerwyvllle, formerly of this city, which occurred at 10 a.m Wednesday in Hlllsboro. The deceased war, formerly Miss Vira Wedding, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Barclay Wedding of .TrrseyviHe. Mrs. Brinton formerly operated the Hillsboro Hotel now managed by her daughter, Mrs. Al Inile. with whom she made her home. In addition to Mrs. Imle, the deceased has a son, Herbert Brinton of Pana. Funeral services will be held at thr Lutheran Church Tn Hlllsboro at 2:30 p.m. Friday and interment will be in that city. The body will be at the Hillsboro Hotel where friends may call. C. W. Lewb t Funeral services for George Washington Lewis, 60, of 1802 Market St.. are set for 1 p.m. the Church of 1823 Belle St. Saturday from God in Christ, Burial will be in Alton Cemetery. Mr. Lewis died Monday of a heart attack. He was employed at American Smelting & Refining Co. for 18 years. He is sur vived by his widow, Jessie Mne: a daughter. Mrs. Willie Karl Williamson of Alton; five sons, HOSCH .in the I'. S. Air Force: George of Buffalo, N.Y.; Nemiah of California, Clarence and Johnny of Alton; a brother, Thomas of Ypsilanti, Mich., and City, Mo., a son of the late William and Margaret Frienel Miller he was married April 26, 1928 to Ruby H. Prnul. who survives Two brothers, Walter and Paul Miller, both of Los Angeles. Calif., also survive. He was a member ol the First Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday from the Slrau- be Funeral Home, the Rev. B. L. Moore, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home after 12 noon Friday. Interment will be in Valhalla Cemetery in St. Louis. Mrs. Agnes Oshorne Rockefeller MostPttzsdinp Republican Richard M. Nixon, who seems a seemed to be taking Mm at his i sure-shot for the presidential nom- i word. i Then the' Demowats came tip I Yet in Chicago this week somej^^ ^^ North-South ! observers thought they detected j y^ ^ ggp-- JQ»«I jr 'some softening in his differencesj aw j Lyndon B Johnson with the administration and Nlxan! d8b , c of mcg] ' which would seem to be neces- Sales Upturn Itl III «« cotnfrtrtsd wtth $98,741 InflM receipts for April <* the 24 i ^( rs> Blanche Httghtt comrmmities: Alton. $24.797; Bethalto. $807: Firneral services tof Mrs ! April of last year. The total, also, is the highest i iot the first four months of this lyear: January, $S6,3ll; Febru- Conducted Bv JAMES MARLOW Assorlated Tress News Analvst sary if he's going to campaign for Ihr ticket at all. as this weck ,„ saying , hp 19BO campaign Rockefeller acknowledged Alton jary, $54.344; 'April. $63.659. Concurrently. ! would be a tough one. Whether this is so-and. If It is, j lf was afte| . th|s ih&{ Nlxort . 8 WASHINGTON (AP)-The most whether Rockefeller is seeking : unofflcifll camoaltni m anno or puzzling Republican of 1960 is still some Wnd of reconciliation -—< unofficial cam P al S" manager, New York Gov. Nelson A. Rocke- the more conservative elements of | Rockefe]k>r ' n1t hd'reiv An upturn in sales by retail i stores in 24 communities of the last the Alton area is April, a» the municipalities' shown figures share for for of Brighton, $557; Bunker Hill, March, $58,724: , counties-Jr. «» Rosewood $800; Carlinville, $3.488; Carrollton. $2.2:59; East Alton. [Blanche Hughes $5 088' Edwardsville. $6.864; Heights were conducted Wedties- a«» have , share ,„ the .ta^j^fC ^S^SS' S^ y " 1 ^ '" ^ ^ collected safes tax for the ,.:_'":. .1 n«i .month of April in these amounts: Madison, $11.106; Jer- iHardin, $1,086: Hartford. Jerseyville. $5,067: Kampsville, sey, $876; Macoupin, SI.755; feller. fhr rwirfv —. *MII i«n'f flrat* ftiif !-*~*-"'-••-• ...«.«.*... • int IJHM.V sun isn i «.iear. am s ( an( j against second place Itt He dropped his bid for the Re- one thl "K «etttt to be obvious: wou)d ^ oppn , 0 consideration tor puhlican presidential nomination In tin November elections UK the No. 2 spot on the ticket. '' At *** """i* time, Madison last December ber-ause, he said, 'difference between a national Re- ti.,. .«__ , hr ^.-.i rerfttttnn Vie £"""**''* * nles "** revenue ... *JUl O1LCI II H" lAFiJI I ci-t L/l lUIl lit »_. « -* 11 . 11 the party bosses didn t wanl him. publican victory or defeat may bejoot in Chicago this week before shwverl a detllne Irom the prev- Apparently they still don't, but a the difference between carrying I i np platform Committee Rocke ' lous month's total a trend op" - ' ' "'—-Ite ttie individual communi- otit of the plZ! lies and °PP° slle to folir oth(M since the -•—' area counties °" vvhirn Greene. The $751; Bond $1.12H. (sales tax for that month were IW Marc " fo1 «l sales fas todav at Springfield. Avenues tor Madison County * $80(1 higher than April's lotnl. $1V4; Kane, $140; Medora Rockbridge. $32: Roxana, Shipman, $22fi; White SI.SflT; \Vood Rfvor, $7.099 flen. $261. There arr $230; $fi71; Hall, |m , |vW , „,„„,,.,, . ' few weeks ago he edged back into Ne\v York or losing It. The patty | feller may feel more determined Rites Conducled the picture by saying he's avail- will be In tough shaj»e If Rodte-j t }, an PVer able. feller should sit on his hands. j ture \Vhile he's willing to be drafted Nevertheless, for Uie ticket's No. 1 spot, which navp show n few he says he feels SUIT he won't gel, ^thusiasm for the t o altogether presl- Jhe party bosses idential nomination for him seema signs of en- out of the question. at governor, * a ^ total f are r ^ ordprt b >' thp Telegraph. The 24 communities of me Requiem High Mass with thei hp wi " not accopt dential nomination, A Rev. Father Paul Sheridan as celebrant, was sung at 10 a.m. iVednesday in St. Matthew's Church for Mrs. Agnes Marie Osborne. Father Sheridan also of- iciated at committal rites in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Joseph Witch- or. Gus Siglock, John Sipponilti. Russell Singleton, Ralph Acker-man, and Paul Arnold. Mrs. Mary Blackeler Rites Conducted , he says positively and absolutely ! ) east lo the point of buying his lndla Wl " set U|) a »> Mtn6llc Telegraph area-whicli are used me vi(?e P resi ' ideas for the platform or giving , rubhpr plfml ln l!|tar pradesh as a retail business level mdl- ' which might-htm t nc presidential nomination. He has been a goad to the par- be offered him. When he expressed his liberal views before the party's Platform Committee in Chicago this week, cj sms '"Hj sFo nly Sla1e - to «° lnto P'oduction in cator--sho\v a' total of $83.659 1963-64, Kottayam reports. i received from April retail sales. , he got mild applause. But there h fln embari . assmti hjs , s and w , was lo an ovation for Sen Barry effpc , Op h he « Goldvvater of Arizona, spokesman for the party's extreme wing. j n a j, ea H right , f ^ no , m fh|s ^^ tk . kef and I* 'loses. Rockefeller has laid cam- (M groundwork for ^ At mlght « n, r it .j L. •» Rockefeller said he will - (M groundwork for pBtgn acively for the party and jbe hls ovvn se , ec , jon as fte . Uie ticket. But at the same time, w presidential' mmttoee in he said he may publicly disagree with official party doctrine during the campaign. When RockefeIIor said ear ,, er this year he wouldn't consider be- v ,. . . M a Hme wllpn Re P ublica " '»«- -\nt No. 2 man on the ticket head- Polknvmg services at L' p.m. to- wigs seem to yearn for unity, he ^ bv Njxon ^ vice president day in Gent. Chapel the body of i has been a constant irritant by ... ^L____! ' Mrs. Mary Blacketer was interred crilicizinij; both the Kisenhower in Upper Alton Cemetery. administration and Vice President Tin.- Rev. George Eddy, pastor, ia , wil| 1;p in Pm Oak Cf , mi , tm , a sister, Alton. Mrs. John Bivens of G.W.Maier _ EDWARDSVILLE - George ;: Wr Miller, 63, of 1419 North Second St., died at 3 a.m. today at his residence. A machine operator for Wagner Electric Co., St. Louis, he had been an Edwardsville resident for the past 12 years. Born Feb. 22, 1897 in Jeflerson NELSON DIETSCHY'S MARKET Sanford at Alain St. FREE DELIVERY HO 2-0694 Phones HO 2-0,695 of Godfrey Baptist Church, oiii-: Fail . rield ' ciated at the riles. - . ,'.._! Grandsons were pallbearers. They were Leroy Tieman, Edward Wonnacott, Garland and Leonard Sheff, Roy Ebert, and Donald Lewis. Mrs. Myrtle Simms Rites Scheduled Funeral rites for Mrs. Myrtle Sims of Fail-field, who died Tuesday in Jerseyville, will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in Dixon Funeral Home& Fairfield. Bur- CUT FLOWERS Floral Arrangements Member < Florist's Telegraph ! Delivery Association i LEO WILLIS, SR. LEO WILLIS, JR. Alton Floral fhone HO 2-4111 Evenings HO 6-3617 Here Friendship Dwells and Proves Itself. Friday and Saturday Features Pink (loud .Angel Knoll < iiUr 80c Special Feature. Light and fluffv like a pink cloud . . . , It's a different kind of angel fund pink iced, with streak* of pink In the batter, loo . . . oidci yours now. MlNi'il Nut Slollrn fl9e Special Feature. An extra tasty stollen with a delightful nut topping ... a real taste treat. It'* Vacation Time at our Wood River Store till August 1st so please chop at our Wllshlre Village Store! Fresh bakery goods three times dally 1 £|Mrs. Seibold's Bake Shops, Inc. ! Wlllhlr* Village Shopping CMUT Bast Alton. III. 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dally Op«n Tllf t p.m. Monday 4 Frl. Dial CL 4-2MS 14* E. Ferguson Av*., Wood River. 111. I:J» a.m. lo § p.m. Dally Open Friday Till I p.m. Dial CL 44212 Home, Wood River, by th Walter C. Burke, pastor 0 Baptist Church. Wood River~~ Following the service the body was taken to Patterson lor interment in Pine Tree Cemetery. Casketbearers, all nephews, rly 2.000 spe-were Caroll, Clayton, Orln, Jerry, Homer, and Richard Allen. HOMOalNIZIO MILK 3 4 I4.W Oalt JL Frtth Ortiwd Dally FRYERS HENS Nn«tt Quality Oruded Oood BEEF RIB STEAKS . Ib. 65c Practically Monelcts PORK ROASTS Choice PORK STEAKS KrcyS Sklnl^i WIENERS ... Stvect Koihpr of SLICED BACON . 2 Ibs. 85c lb.4lc Ib. 47c Ib. 49c LARGE BOLOGNA . Ib. 39c i i Uold Sfcdnl FLOUR . . With $1.50 purchase or more. SPRY 3159c With J1.50 purchase or mure Clover Farm Unsweetened 46-OE. ran* Clover Farm Tomato Juice Clover Kunii Mixed Vegetables 6, 3 :iT Clover Farm W.K. 303 $1.00 Clover Farm Creamed GOLDEN CORN Clover Furrn Peas & Carrots Clover l''arm «panhettl MEAT BALLS Krooks' Barbecue Sauce .\vtortrd Mavor* KOOLAID , . Clovrr r'artn \.C. PEACHES . . In HpHvy Syrup <lrn/>r Farm California TOMATOES . SOS $ I cans ,1 .00 SOS fl.OO can* J 300 fl.OO ran* ,1 2'i-oz. bottle 6 45e 25c 89c i • 3 3 46-oz. cans 1.00 GOLDEN CORN . 6 cam I.*. 29c •Inniho Ciillfnrnin CANTALOUPES POTATOES , , 6"35c PEACHES . , . 2 19c GREEN PEPPERS . - 5c CUCUMBERS . . . • 5c BEEF SALE Rib Steak ib. 6Bo Sirloin Steaks .... Ib. 79c Bound Steaks .... Ib. 89c Choice Cuts Beef Chuck Roast, per Ib. Boiling Beef Ib. 19c Fresh Ground A 7ft A Hamburger Milbs. Iww Krey's Best 1-lb. CC^ Wieners pkg. UvC Sliced Bacon pkg. Smoked Fork Loin Roast, Ib. Smoked Fork Chops Ib. 79c 69c Krey's (3 litte pigs) Fork Sausage, Ib. mil Bologna All Meat Ib. Working Man's Ham, Sliced Ib. 49c 59c Smoked, Ready to Eat Haim .... Ib. 5 to 6-lb. Shank^End 49c Krey's Barbecue Fork, 8-01. bag, only Heat in bag._No dj£ty_ pan Sburfliie Early Harvest Feas, Golden Creain or Whole Kernel C 303 91 f|A Corn V cans I tVU Straight or mix your way. Sbiirfine Fancy Pork & Beam 4 No. -i KAo t) No. -4'/» QQ« can* 90 ft cam *J9 4^00 can» only .j^j Sbu/flue Fancy Potato Salad, 308 can Sugaiine 4-ounce bottle 75c Wja PapCT .. fc rolU Realenibn JuioeU-otc bottle ... Soflin Napkins ___ ___ Puff* Cleans' A A Q|» •» boxes twV 21:: 25e ing TUwuM Sburfiae Fancy Tomato •) iU-oz. Juice .... * caiu Shurfiue 303 Kjrey'» BUced, in Gravy Pork or Beef ee« ----—Treat Httin, 18-ot. can Ktmdale Chum " 10-ounue can FOUUM ,,. Cttlokea, B0«f «T Turk**' 5| FU* ...... f tor Potatoes ... Mb. btty 57« 70* 196 ton- Val- HMU« Grown *»e*t Corn - |»m« Orowa FRESH, TENDER SWEET CORN! 009 WONDERFUL COOKING RED POTATOES DOZEN IT'S GOOD!! CALIFORNIA LEMONS DOZEN FOR ONLY THIN SKIN, JUICY HERE'S BARGAIN FOR YOU! ALWAYS FRESHER AND CHEAPER AT BROADWAY AND MAIN HOME-GROWN TOMATOES .f^'•''', ••- •'' '•*' ''"'*%' ",*$'"'#$: : '"*' <*r ^ LB. BAG C VERY GOOD! , CHARCOAL JUST RIGHT FOR SALADS M Ripe, Sweet Eating Watermelons COME AND GET IT! 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