Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 18
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August 4, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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'Section 2 Pnget 19*34 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Food Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1960. 9c Per Copy Member of The Associated Preei ? ? ? ? 4-H Club Meet* at Bunker Hit! • BUNKER HILL wire*" 4-H Club ^ Hie "Ltve- met Tuesday evening at the home of weir leader, William Motilton. Members voted to operate a basketball stand at the A.T.A. picnic on Aug. 11, 12 and 13. Members and their families will have their annual basket dinner on Sunday, Aug. 21 at Legion Park. Following the dinner there will be a club tour where the individual projects will be shown. The next meeting will be Sept. 2 and the project books will be returned' to Moulton at that time. Australia'* only steel maker, Broken Hill. Pty. Ltd., announced a $45 million expansion program, in Sydney, including "The mosl modern rod mill in the- world." LADIES WHO SEW! ALL SUMMER FABRICS DRASTICALLY REDUCED Just Received A TRUCK-LOAD of New Fall FABRICS Believe Us! We bought these at truly ridiculously low prices AND these SAVINGS are YOURS. Come in Now . . . Look Them Over. Use Our Will-Call. JUST TO MENTION A HW . . . Carrollton Couple Mark 50th Wedding Anniversary )9c Value 86" S2? GINGHAM yd. 59c 1.19 Value 45" ESF BINGHAM yd. 79c 2.98 Value 60" WOOL PLAIDS yd. $1.98 89e Value 88" E',!l" FALL COTTONS . yd. 59c 1.29 Value 42" DRIP DRV PRINTED Chino ft Sailcloth. yd. 79c 8.98 Value «" I Embroidered Silk Organza yd. $2.49 139 Value 88" FANCY CORDUROY ... yd. 98c The FABRIC STORE WOOb RIVER 40 £. Fergttton Open 'Til 9:00 Friday CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Retherford, who were married 50 years Aug. 4. 'will be guests of honor a) a reception al their homo Sunday 'from 2 to 1 p.m. to which relatives and friends air invited. Retherford. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Retherford, and MI«K Lela Jackaon. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson. were married Aug. 4. 1910, in Carrollton by the late Justice M. E. McMann, and have lived all of their wedded life in Carrollton. Both are members of the First Baptist Church and Retherford is still working at his trade of interior decorating. They are the parents of the following children: Mrs. Warren Keele and Francis Retherford, Carrollton; Clyde Retherford of Winfield, Mo.: Lee Thomas Retherford of Mozier; Ralph Retherford of Jacksonville; Charles Rutherford Jr., of Rock Falls. They 'also have 21 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. JG. R. Moore spent Monday at ! Carlxjiidsilr with their daughter, ijoAnn. a student at Southern 11- [iinois University. ! Sister Mary Josita of Assunip- j tion ajui Sister Mary Thecla of Aurora will arrive Friday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs.-Frank Kuhnline. Both are en route to their homes from summer school, which Sister Mary Josita attended at Ambrose College in Davenport, Iowa, and Sister Mary Thecla at St. Norbert's College in Wisconsin. Both are teachers. Miss Sarah Beth Williams will spend next week at the Baptist j Senior High Camp at Lake Springfield where she will serve as a counsellor. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shafer and daughter will leave Aug. 12 for Minnesota where they will visit Shafer's father, William Shafer. al Crosslake and his brother-in-law and sisler, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Seline. at Brainerd. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bishop went to Roodhouse Monday to at- tend a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hopkins and honoring Hopkins. Mr and Mrs. Clitic Lawson of Roodhouse were also guests. Miss Mary Margaret Meyer IT- tinned Wednesday from Jacksonville where she had been a guest since Monday of Miss Carol Craddock. Mrs. Gregg Fuller left Wednesday tor Clinton, Ind.. to spend a few days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Paul Fuller, who is seriously ill. John Heraly of San Diego. Calif., arrived Tuesday to spend a few days with his brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keller, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. T, McAdams and daughter of Buffalo, N.Y., were guests from Monday until Wednesday of Mi's. McAdams' brother-in-law and 'sister, Mr. home in Pirir Blutt, Ark., after a visit with Mrs. Mildred Davis and other relatives. Mrs. Callir Short returned home Saturday from Jerome, Ida.,j where shr visited af the home of Mr. and Mis. Neil Simonds. She was accompanied to Idaho hy and daughters, George Grafter, fV.«. ,.,,.11 >.,... Iff-, Mrs. Robert Graner and chll- IfttlTUlllOIl n\j S 'dren, and Steve and Marty Graner. Hospital Noton CARROLLTON — Mr. and) Mrs. HarolddNettles of Carrollton i CARROLLTON — Mr. and To Have Party I are parents of a daughter Hos-i fin -—«t i i flHHBhtcr ol Hiinunond. Indiana. r on 7' a ~ncfMre. BettVlioltertield: Mi ;iml Mrs. lJerry> Mehihoffi o f EIdred were admitted to the; ami family ol Tucson. Ariz., ar- hospital Tuesday. Joe Schmidt will entertain cil membership hi Columbus hall. * Knights of About 90 Briftsn seamen were drowned around Britain's Plans were made to cooperate with the members of the Catholic Daughters in the fall festival in October and plans were afco made to sponsor a trip to last year, but 6,500 pwfcte Were killed on its roads, and 328,000 Injured, London reports. the Knights of the Altar Of St. Knights of a ball game In St. Louis in the!John's Church. Henry Gardes, near future for the members of I new grand knight, presided. and'BHfii rived Monday and are guests until next week of thrir parents. Mr. iind Mis. L. A. Mehrnoff. in this Discharged Tuesday were Mrs. Helen Allen, Carrollton and Mrs. Sarah June Funk and Aug. party 21. according to an an- city and Fred Eck in Jerseyville. (daughter of Batchtown, Discharg- Blrthday Dinner CARROLLTON — Miss Andrea Miner, who was 12 years s old Tuesday, was honored at a birthday dinner Monday evening at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miner. Other guests were the honoree's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Miner, and family. Honored at Dinner CARROLLTON — Mrs. George Graner and her son, Donald Graner. both of this city, shared honors at a birthday dinner |ed Wednesday were David Grls- wold of Rockbridge, David Grueter of Carrollton and Jesse Shaw of EIdred. „, Birthday Party CARROLLTON-Jimmy nouncement made Monday evening at a meeting of the Coun- Becker of Chandler, Ariz., who is spending the summer with relatives, was honored at a party Wednesday evening in celebration of his 16th birthday. The (party was given at the home of Beck-[ the honoree's grandparents, Mr. er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis I and Mrs. Lawrence Becker. and Mrs. Kenneth Byland, and Monday evening at the home off other relatives. They \v«re en it 1UII I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Graner. route home from Ganesville, Fla., j Guests were Mr. a*nd Mrs. where McAdams had been taking j Claude Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. a summer course at the univer-|Robert Schacher and daughter,, sity. i Becky. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Con-| Mr. mid Mrs. E. Gallagher leftirad. Mr. and Mrs. torn Shaf-i Wednesday to return to their er, Mr. and Mrs. Lyndell Smith! ALHAMBRA HOMECOMING Sat and Sun. Evenings AUG. 6 and 7,1960 Parade Sat 7:00 P.M. Parade Sun 6:30 P.M. Free Dancing Both Nights Given by ALHAMBRA FIREMEN A LEGION THE UDUE by ALUMA-KRAFT The Modern Aluminum Awntetf tot Modern Home - Makem. Open daily 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Free parking Saturday and Sunday on Wedge Bank Parking Lot. $1.19 Plastic Pails 59c Playing Cards Toe Nail Clipper . 88c 39c 99c DIETETIC SUGAR-FREE FOODS Oatmeal Cookies . . . 9-oz. 59c Pancake Flour .... Lb, 66c Grape Jelly . . . . . 6-oz. 39c Maple Syrup .... 8-oz. 49c French Dressing . . . 8-oz. 49c Vanilla Wafers .... Pkg. 59c Gluten Toast . . . . Pkg. 59c Chocolate Chip Cookies. Pkg. 69c Nationally Advertised Famous Brand T , KINSLEY 12 mitt sipultr shipM Afri inpirtid HIM AlumiMim-drf flltir Push ifltf tertw ffliimt bits NariMHs EtECTRIC HAIR CLIPPER SET Clipper — Crew Cut Attachment — Comb — Instruction Book — In Attractive Plastic Carrying Case. Comparable Value 96.95 Our $095 Pric* 9 (Wo Flaytex Baby Panty . , 2 prs, 99c Palntolivo Shampoo . 69c 11 Ounce Bug Bomb ..... 59c 16 Ouuoe Iced Tea GlQiui. 2- 26c Slitpinf Bnuty Pilltwi A full size pillow (or a ttound sleep Investment. Nature's own silky filling from the soft fibers of a tropical plant. This substance Is kapok. These llght- weighi and extremely comfortable bed pillows are non-allergic, sanitary and duet free. 'Only • Promptly • Ifflcltnriy • Accuroftly FREE DELIVERY NO DOWN PAYMENT TERMS CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES CAMPBELL TENT & AWNING 00. 100 Central Avt. Dial HO 5-8881 Alton'« Awning Manufacturer (or 38 Year* FREE PARKING IN OUR LOT PAYROLL CHECKS CASHED FREE C&H RIB STEAKS... 69c HOMEMADE 9 • Pork Sausage 2 1 49c jGROUNDCHUCK65c • PIECE OR SLICED j BOLOGNA.. 3- $1.00 : Minute Steaks.. U 85c • S BY THE PIECE • Braunschweiger 39c Wieners . .2pL b ;.89c CHUCK ROAST» 39 ARM ROAST - 59c A l||t Ail MORRELL'S A ' Lb. AA| DHIfUll THICK SLICE ^ BOX Q^j GROUND BEEF3-98 A TASTY DISH! I WHOLE SWANS DOWN—Yellow, Choc., White CAKE MIXES 2-59 FLAIR CHEF LUMP CHARCOAL 5-29 •« TT !*>«* IV|| VW PIES SWISS MISS FROZEN CHERRY-APPLE PEACH 1 SHORTENING! BIRDSEYE FROZEN DINNERS JELL 0 . . STILWELL TOMATOES • OR. BEANS HIGHLAND PEAS . CORN HEINZ PORK & BEANS Manhattan Rotlsterized COFFEE 59- With Additional $15,00 Purtbist PEVELY SUPERTCST, Regular 89c | Gallon rmwmmmtm tf^fr •§•• • •>«r • f mv^Mnwff • ^vv ^ *wwtwwf • "" ^ * ^^— ^_^ ICE OREAM- 69 i MIRACLE i WBNNAN RUURifc - ^^- • • A U, S. NO. I RED POTATOES 10 "49* LETTUCE 2 - 27' WATERMELON 49" PLUMS 2-35 NECTARINES 2-35 VM»l*'^'^l« nswfcmx »TV _ Angel Food Cake 39 | FOLGER'S INSTANT J COFFEE • - - 79 e i HEIFITZ HOME STYLE PICKLES KRAFT AMERICAN CHEESE 2-39-i 59-1 $LICI$ LI. PKO. With Additional $16,00 Puntou

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