Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 4, 1960
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PAGE TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1960 Area Youths To Attend JC Sport Jamboree Hie swimming and diving j To ^Dflflevt Paper j i events win he held at Universi-l WOOD RIVER - Cub Pad? 44 11 * ave a0 ™*r drive Satur-; 9:3 ° a " unt11 eve " ity Lake and the track and fleld e'vents at McAndrew Stadium, dy Youth Night Set At South Roxana i according to Dean Calvin, local chairman of the jamboree. : Those competing at Carbondale are \vinnors of similar contests held in the Wood River area »** , *** • »™ amount of paper may call the chairman of the drive. Don Wehrle. To Visit Canada WOOD RIVER- Approximate-June 3 for track and field and; WOOD RIVER — The Rev. ly 5P> Wood River Township I j unp 18 when the swimming and' Tnomas Lawery. pastor of Evan- Iyouths from this arpa will at-ldiviriR competition was conduct-|gelical United Brethren Church, ;tend HIP first annual .Ta.vcee| e d at the Roxana Swimming I nis wl ^ e and , mother will make jSports Jamborpp sectional finals POO). 'a Uvo-\vppk trip to Winnipeg, i at Carbondale Saturday. B OVS attending are asked to 'Canada, to visit Miss Christine j i Boys from Wood Rivor. East i bring a box lunch and meet at (he Malsh '•"""'" ol tllfl Rrv ^ JW ]Alton. Roxana. Cottage {Jills and \ Roundhouse at 6 a.m. Saturday. ei'\. IBotlialto will ivmipctp in the'>according to Leon Kmerick. who She is spending a seven week! (.swimming, diving and track and!is assisting Calvin \vifh thp pro- expense paid trip at Winnipeg! field events at th Southern Illinoisigram. and attending a convention forj I University campus. Winners in competition Satin 1 -'the Girl Guides an organization; day will attend finals Aug. 26-27 in her homeland of England J Jan increase from 1.900 in 1950'at Springfield. rompjinible lo me Girl Scouts ito L'.3.i6. Mines reported. Paper Collection here. I Though this is not a large in- WOOD RIVER — Boy Scout The girl is scheduled to start Iflux of population. I tines told the Troop .'!;"> will have a paper drive at Cambridge University on a Telegraph today thai he feels'Saturday from 9a.m. until dark, .scholars-hip this fall, according i population in the village is cur-'They will cover the Wood River to a report. ' 'rently increasing. ;area. Guest speakers will conduct SOUTH ROXANA — The Young People's Auxiliary of the Bethel Free Will Baptist Church, South Roxana. will sponsor a "Youth Night", August 6, at 7:30 p.m. There will be eongi-egational singing, devotions, special singing by the Gospel four Quartet and others and a religious film will be shown. A youth revival will br conducted Aug. 7. through August 13, ut 7:!!() p.m. daily. Tom Malone will be evangelist. The Gospel Four Quartet will be featured nightly. HANGS AAA AWARD Mrs. Clarence Hert, East Alton police clerk, hangs up AAA award among other department awards as Police Chief Harold Riggins looks on. Riggins received the award from Mayor Charles Vanpreter at a board meeting on Tuesday night. The award was given to the Band Rehearsals to Be Resumed at Edwardsville EDWARDSVlLLk; — School; resident was admitted Wednesday bands here will resume rehearsals jlo St. Joseph's Hospital. Highland, during the week of Aug. 8 through jTwo patients were discharged. Aug. 12, from 9 U> 10 a.m. Re-' AlrsTAiwa Meyer. 91(1 Tmy hearsal schedule will br: p^p! Road?;was admitted. band. Aug. S: h,gh school band.; Disdl ^| e J w ^ : Kenneth -In|gram. 1326 Kranklm: Mrs. Alber- Aug. 9 and 11; junior high school j tjllc Seuton G]m Carbon concert band, Aug. 10; junior i high marching band, Aug. 12. The high school band will rehearse in the high school band room; all, others will meet in the bund room of the old junior high school building. A meeting for students and parents interested in beginning band j will be held at 10:15 a.m. Aug. 10 j in the band room of the old jun-j ior high school. All students in; the school district in the fifth! grade or above are eligible forj band. Students need not be ablf to play an instrument or read ', notes in order to start the program, it was suid at the school Office. A discussion and demonstration of all normal band instruments, will be presented at this meeting to enable students and parents to select instruments. Band openings and opportunities, use of school-owned instruments, purchase and rental of individual instruments will be explained. Instructors in the instrumental program are: Cleaon Etzkorn, high school, summer program and overall administration and co-' ordination of the program: John Kolesa, junior high school; and; Miss Janet Schweigert. elementary schools. '• Hospital News EDWARDSVILLE — One area; department by the AAA lor contribution to the East Alton traffic record and program tor the protection ot school children. East Alton police are also scheduled to receive the National Safety Council award.—Staff Photo. Hartford Population lriUTpa!«e N\ as I5<i HARTFORD - A population J increase of Tiii persons has beeiij reported during the last 10 yearsjl : locally according to preliminary jj figures received by Mayor Bel-i mont Mines from the Department ij of Commerce. Buivaii of Census., at Washington, D. C. The figures, compiled during :the census taken this spring, show'I Plumber Slices | 2,400 Telephone Wires | CHICAGO (APi — An unidenti-1 fled plumber was an unwelcome { intruder into telephone company i matters Wednesday. The plumber, installing a valve 1 under a street, sliced through a phone cable carrying 2.40X1 wires. About 1,200 phones in the neigh- j borhood were dead for several : hours. i A dog? best friend is CUE! (*hot dog, that is) C TJE WHHHHF •BBBBWB* Want to make a hot dog irresistible? Brush it with CUE, grill it over coals or ill your broiler* and you've got a million dollar flavor at pennies per serving. CUE is the barbeCUE sauce made by folks — and for folks — who know good barbeCUE. The secret's in the subtle blend of spices. Feel a barbeCUE coming on? Pick up your CUE at your grocers TODAY! Another fin* product from Mr*. Tucker'* kitchen — ij) AC * Co. No. 1 Red Potatoes 10 59c Cucumbers and Gr, Pippin ia. 6c Gabbage , , , , 2 16c Seedless Grapes . » 19e Plums 2' 46c FREE - Kingsway Tableware 4U-pc. Set Uevuruted Melnme and Sluiiilnhh Sice) Kliitvvure. t'omelnforDetajlK. Fresh OrtiMd Dolly FRYERS HENS Fintif Quolity Bartlett Pears . 3 ;J,00 " In Heavy Syrup I'urin Sliced Huwuliun PINEAPPLE 2 t No. S UIU {'lover over ariM BLENDED JUIOE 46 U< I Cull Margarine 2 I BEANS . Umlt—s Caiu "o? (lov«-r Kami SALAD OIL 49e in (blli SOU ,0 HOT BEANS . . 2 < lm«'r Kurui Furs ^.CM^I PRUNE JUIOE . . . 39e OOLDENOORN .7^.1.00 Mfib LMUI'K W. G. QOLDENOOBN , Mm. JUNE PEAS . , 7^.1.00 Wi*. Cut BREEN BEANS .7^1.00 Mn. !«•»'» RED IEETS , . ;::::^ Rib Steaks. - 65o a'rr'Pork Roist,' Ghoiee Pork Steaks. i 2 III. 890 Ik. 4li Ib, ftiikir if Slioid fiaoin Kny'i Sklnliit Wimtrt Swift'i Lirf i In Ceylon, there are two HO-year- old twin brother* who eat nothing- but grass. Colombo reports. They are thin but wiry, and say they enjoy perfect health. soivicc.s at his church while the Rev. Ixiwery is absent. SEEK MISSING AIDS The FBI haa been alerted to look for these miss- Init employe* of the National Security Agency, Bernon F. Mitchell, 31, Laurel. Mo. (left), and William 11. Martin, 29, Columbus, Oa. (right). Both had access to secret defense information as mathematicians and have been missing since they left on vacation to* get her to the West Coast on June 24. (NBA Photo) EVERYBODY LIKES KELLOGG S Corn Flflkcs ciss •*. NABISCO SHREDDED WHEAT 12P £23c KELLOSG ALL STARS Fresh From Farm DAIRY FOODS • e FROZEN FOODS • • Lemonade*" G ™ 3^25* C. W. Pure) 1960 Pack STRAWBERRY PRESERVES C. W. High Score Quarters Ib. 63 1 New Low Price! Jersey Farm High Soot* Tri-City Special Ballard or Pillsbiuy roll ^9 / . Ib. OZC roll I 8c>z ?0 e * can. A7C C. W. Apple Butter C. W. Grope Jam Smueker S«dl«s» Blackberry Preserves 29c 39c Butter Butter Biscuits SwisS One656 Kraft sSlioed Big Byt pkg;. Cream Cheese KM* ww P p* t£23c | Bleu Cheese -Domestic" n>69c D _J '- OL-.-.--. Grated Romano S-oz. ^C-, DOrden S WneeSe & Parmesan can ^OC Grape Juic« w* LMtum Banana Cakes -a*** BO*» Potatoes Frigidett* rrench Frigidette Cut Corn Pictsweet Cauliflower Strawberries Redi-Maid Cherries Pic n' Paa Sliced and Sugar** **35c 4-oz. ' pkg. TRI-CITY coupon^ Longhorn Cheese Sliced Margarine T«k» Thi* C«up«n to r.« TH-CMy Good Luck Limit On* Coupon with oddMlotwl $1.50 «r tar* t of m*«l, grec»tl*i or produce irat htdudlnfl cigar•M«—Coupon fxpini After S«t., tuif. 4. I960. HI-C DRINKS Orange Cal-Fame Kneap g^ r ^ fruit 2t 68 r55c Tang Hawaiian Punch 3 «£$\M Grapefruit Breast »«<* ft w.j ufa . Grape or Orange Pineapple T Ta z ;35c Welchade 2£?S9e Realemon • Fresh Baked DAILY CW. Bread 2 C. W. French Bread i-ib. loOVM 35' Sandwich or Hot Dot Peach Stollen 1-U>. loaf Pkg. each '45C Heinz Baby Foods Strained ... All Varieties... Stock Up at Gerber Baby Food Cereals SM9c 'c > *" ot RQ*» » Baby Powder can 5JTC S Baby Oil « 3'i-oz./J\ 5 Baby Shampoo hot. WWW Swift Stramed Meats for Babies APRICOTS UNT'S DWAN CHERRIES PINEAPPLE Re* Pitted for Pie* Horttx Sliced SAVE 16c _ SAVE 32*! 3£149« FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 n DEL MONTE H.»$100 •wjknn^p Hunt'* Diced Elberta Fr*e$tont PEACHES 2 No. 300 cam LIBBY'S BEANS DEEP BROWN 2 - 25 American Beauty No. 1 Vegetable can 10* AMERICAN MAUTY ChickM No«dl« SOUP 2:-. 25c Asparagus ^iSM? Tomato Juice J -' 2 300 com 29-01. cam n 43' 0*4 Manie COIN Cr*a« *i 4 90S Wh*l* K*rn*l* cwii SHIUIE IIANS 2 m ^^ t a°a« ^3€ ASPARAftUS C. W. Gr**n Cwtl Sp*«n * 300 Houtthold Cleantr — •S4-9X- Spic and Span Oxydol — Giant pkg. 79c Soap Powder Cemtt — 21 0». «on I for 44* Cleanser Chor — Giant pkfl. 77| Soap Powder Toiltt Tittu* Aitt. 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