Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 5, 1963
Page 13
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Kirstein on Board of B'nai B'rith League Kirstein of Alton, secretary of Wiseman inc., has been elected to a one-year term as chaittnan of the Illinois regional advisory board of the Anti-Defamation League oi B'nai B'rith. He was'tiamed at the league's spring meeting in Springfield June 2. Kirstein, a former Air Force captain, has been a resident of Alton slrice 1946. He is a past president of the Alton B'nai B'rith Lodge and is currently president of Alton's Temple Israel. He has been a member of the Alton Commission on Human Relations since 1954, and presently serves as its vice chairman. He is also a member of Alton Rotary Club. The Antl - Defamation League, now observing its fiftieth anniversary, was founded to combat anti- Semitism and to promote civil and human rights. It is the educational arm pi B'nai B'rith, world's oldest and largest Jewish service organization. The League's Illinois office, located in Springfield, is governed by the Regional Advis^ ory Board composed of delegates from all parts of Illinois. Alton members, besides Kirslein, include Jack Wiseman, Jerome Arkis and Mrs. Paul Guenther. McCarthy Funeral Rites at Garrollton CARROLLTON — Funeral services for Edward Joseph McCarthy, Carrollton business man, were conducted Tuesday at 10 a.m. at St. John's Catholic Church by the Rev. Louis Schlangen, assistant pastor. Pallbearers were Thomas Brennan, Thomas Camerer, Ralph Stur- mon, H. L. Pranger, William Van- dersand and George Baltz. Burial was In St. John's Cemetery. Do Visit Planetarium .CARROLLTON•— The Sunday School class of the Presbyterian Church taught by Arch Howard will go to St. Louis Sunday following the morning service to visit the new planetarium and other points of interest in the city. Graduate In Jacksonville CARROLLTON — Miss Mary Elizabeth Schnelten, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. George Schelten, of this city and Miss Diana Kirbach, daughter of Mrs. Agens Kirbach, also of this city, were members of the 1963 graduating class at Routt High Schooljn Jacksonville and received their diplomas Sunday evening at Our Saviour's Church in Jacksonville. Both Miss Schnelten and Miss Kirbach plan to begin their studies June 17 at Kltzmlller Beauty School-in Alton. Attending the graduating ceremonies from Carrollton were Mr. and Mrs. .George Schnelten, Mrs, Agnes Kirbach, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kirbach, Mrs. Joseph Steinacher, Mrs. Joseph Pranger Sr., and Rawe. Mr. and Mrs. Fred MEYER KIKSTEIN Berdan Woman's Club to Meet At Carrollton CARROLLTON - "The High Cost of Getting Married" will be he topic of a paper to be read ).v Mrs. Melvin Prough at a meet- ng of Berdan Women's Club Thursday aftrnoon at the home of Mrs. Lee Tuey, with Mrs. Hollyr Jackson as assisting hostess. Mrs. Hollyn Jackson will reac 'Father of the Bride" and Mrs Edward Grueter will read a poem "As You Go Through Life." The program will close with a style revue by Mrs. Ernest: Roberts Jr. after which recreation will be directed by the hostess. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON—Mr. and Mrs Paul Bland of: Kampsville are the parents of a son born Tuesday a Boyd Memorial Hospital. Billy Joe Scot.l of Greenfield was admitted to the hospital Mon day for surgery. Admitted Mondaj as medical patients were Mis Janet Vice and Mrs. Norma Hos kins of Carrollton, Miss Goldi Allen of Kane and Harvey Co> of Alton. Admitted Tuesday wer Kenneth Robinson of Kan e Claude Bishop and Mrs. Mao Tapen of Carrollton. Dismissed Tuesday were Mrs Julianna Ostermann and Mis Mary Elva . Linn of Carrollton Miss Gertrude Arnold of Green field, Richard Rulon of Kamps ville and Mrs. Alma Norris an daughter of Greenfield. Honored at Dinner CARROLLTON — Miss Lenore Strang of Mill Valley, Calif., an Mrs. Helen Hill of Alameda Calif., who are visiting relative here, were guests of honor at luncheon Tuesday given by thei sister-in-law, Mrs. W. E. Strang Other guests were Mrs. John 0! bert of Wood River, Mrs. H. C Cole of Greenfield and Mrs. Dew ey Maholland of Carrollton. Tires Stolen At Carrolltoii CARROLLTON — Arch Howard <Jf the Howard OH Company stated Tuesday that his warehouse had eeri entered and robbed of 18 xpensive tires some time dur- ng the weekend. It was the econd robbery of the company vithin two years. 'Entry was made into the metal va rehouse by cuttihg a hole ap roximately four foot square in lie north side of the building. The theft was discovered Monday t 7 a.m. Accepts Position CARROLLTON — Robert By- and, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keneth Byland of this city has ac- epted a position in the electri- al department of McDonnell Air- raft in St. Louis and will begin iis work there June 17. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. W. E. Strang went to Wood River Tuesday to spend a few weeks with icr brother-in-law and sister, Mi 1 . nd Mrs. John Olbert. A marriage license was issued June 3 in the office of Richard \lcLane, Greene county clerk, to Lyndel Taylor and Miss Carolyn layn, both of White Hall. Mrs. Charles Kirbach'of this city and Mrs. Samuel Taylor of St. _is plan to leave St. Louis June 14 by plane for Long Beach, Calif., where they will visit Mist Louisa Mac Howard of White Hall who taught there last winter. The three plan to return home by car, Dr. F. 0. Whiteman entered Al ton Memorial Hospital in Alter Classes Elect New Officers At Greenfield GREENFIELD - High school class officers were elected for 1963-19664 at the closing day of school. Gary Range will be president of next year's senior class; Lincoln Cochran, vice president: Janine Barton, secretary: and Mary onneborn, treasurer. Junior class president is Larry Vhite; John Roberts is vice pres- dent; Brenda Meyer, secretary; iidn John Koehm, treasurer. Greg Koehm heads the sopho- lore class; Ricky Goodman is ice president; Larry Roberts ecretary; and Donna Winters reasurer. Freshman class president .ary Steckel; Harold Arnold is 'ice president; Nancy Doyle, sec .Tuesday for examination anc reatment. The Rebekah Lodge will mee Thursday evening in the forme .O.O.F. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seifrig lave received word that thei grandson, Charles Wells, of Alii ;ns, 111, will leave June 27 fo nilitary service. His wife wi! remain with her parents durinf ler husband's absence. TRANSISTOR RADIOS Reg. $19.95 BINOCULARS Reg. $29.95 ROXANA VARIETY 2nd & Central Rt. Ill—Roxana Open Daily 8 to 5 P.M. Except Friday Open 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. HADLEY-DEAN GLASS CO. 2615 East Broadway, Alton. Phone 465-8813 Serving the Alton Area Since 1896 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING etary; and Patty Ross, treasur- 1 r. Summer Office Schedule QREENFIELD — During the lummer montHs, through Aug. 19, he Unit District 10 office will be open the following hours; Monday through Friday 8 a.m. until noon; and 1 p.m,-3 p.m. Gceenfield Notes GREENFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Claude Linn, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Spencer and Miss Marilyn Spencer attended the wedding of Miss Barbara Paul and Robert Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson of Virginia, former residents of Greenfield, in Arenzvillc Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hawkins of Belleville visited during the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reid Tendick. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Barton have been spending several days with their son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. \V. G. Maguire in DuQuoin and attended high school commencement exercises Their grandson, Ronnie Maguire was a member of the class. Mrs. Tom Firzgerald and soi of Springfield and Marvin Thax ton, who attends DeVry Institute Chicago, has been spending sever al days with their mother, Mrs Vernon Thaxton. The Rev. John Seed in attend ing the 140th annual Central Illi Prairietown Girl Honored at Shower PRAIRIETOWN — Miss Maxine senberg was guest of honor at a iridal shower at the home ol Sharon Egelke Saturday even ng. Hostesses besides Miss Engelke vere Norma Crabtree and Vir- ;inia Bernhardt. Miss Isenberg will become the Diide of Morris Duncan June 22 M St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Pralrletown Notes PRAIRIETOWN - Fred Brak- liane is medical patient at Staunton Memorial Hospital. St. Peter's Lutheran Church will stage its annual picnic on the Lutheran School grounds Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Longworth and Carl Best of Taylorville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dubbelde Sunday. Maxine Isenberg, Sharon Engelke and Don Weishaupt will be graduated at Edwardsville High School Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hinze have received word of the birth of a son to their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Anderson of Crestwood, Mo. The infant has been named Eric Russel. nois Conference of the Methodist week. 2 Miss Ruth Mellor is attending a midwestern area staff conference of the American Red Cross in Excelsior Springs, Mo. June 3-7. Handles Tough Customers DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) You can call the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Des Moines and get tough—Miss May Belle Tough, that is. She's a clerk. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIAL BUY OUT! HALF PRICE SALE ON TENNIS SHOES Rosewood Pet Hospital Dr. Ray Mathevvs, D.V.M. OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT. 10:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.— 4:30 p.m. Daily except Sunday and no afternoon hours on Friday. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT. Call: 259-6012 Practice limited to small animals •White •Block Sixes Inf. 5 to Big 3 Cushion Sole Reg. 1.99 • Red •Bin* $100 1' Children's, Men's & Boy's TENNIS OXFORDS • Cushion Insole 99 1'air PR. $eoo Sizes 8Vj to 3—3Va to 0 6W to 12 OPEN 9 TO 9 MON. THRU SAT. THE SHOE RACK 2521 COLLEGE AYE.—UPPER ALTON SALE TUB ENCLOSURES THURS. FRI. SAT. WITH BATHROOM BEAUTY • Fits All 5* Tubs • Lift Out Doors • Heavy Obscure Glass • Bright ANODIZED Aluminum • "E-Z" Adjustment for Out'Of-Plumb Walls OBSCURE GLASS 26 95 •28 <** Rtg. $1,39 (.A-r? NEW CURTIS INSTANT AEROSOL CAULK AS ADVERTISED IN LIFE SWAN DESIGN Reg. $31.95 REG. $29.95 INSTALLATION CAN BE ARRANGED 95 #< •«»(•»«• kpUKT> 8 ' • Around Bath Tubs, Sinks, Doers, Windows • Covers Cracks in Plaster and Wood Walls • Cements Loos* Tiles, Ceramics, Glassware at 3 10 Oz. $ I Jars I 7V, Oz. Pkgs. Kraft—Strawberry or PEAGH PRESERVES . . Kraft; MACARONI DINNER . . 5 oz. Jars—Relish—Pimento—Pineapple—Olive Pimento CHEESE SPREADS . . Kraft—French or Miracle French DRESSINGS 00 35c 2"«49c rS 8 Oz. Jar 27c ^ Kraft—Jet Pufl MARSHMALLOWS Pkgs. All Flavors 10 Oz. Jar 29c 59c Kraft TOPPINGS ..... , , IGA Quart Size LIQUID DETERGENT .. KELLOGG'S BREAKFAST FOOD SPECIAL K, V/a Oz.— CORN FLAKES, 12 Oz. O HI 1C RICK KRISPIES, 0^ Oz ..... ......... ...... W Pkgs. O IB IGA — Deluxe Sandwich or Vanilla COOKIES ....... *Pkt 39c Miracle Whip KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP QT. JAR 39 C Starting Friday this week we will have ONE Week as Courtesy Week for Glasses. Any item left from previous weeks will be offered subject to stock on hand. The I.G.A. Store in your community is independently owned by people like yourself who have a real interest in the neighborhood. Their owners are constantly striving to make their store an asset to the community. Visit your I.G.A. Store often and see for yourself the everyday low prices made possible by the cooperative buying power of the largest independently owned food chain in the world! SEA PASS BREADED FISH STEAKS ££; "0 SEA PASS FISH STICKS p k °. z 49 0 WIN AN AUTOMOBILE See Section in Package of Hunter's BARBECUE PORK p k ° ez 690 SKINLESS WIENERS 49c SLICED CANADIAN BACON ££ 590 Kraft 3c Off Label BAR-B-Q SAUCE 18 Oz. 9Q C Btl. £V b HUNTER'S SLICED BOILED Miracle MARGARINE 2 l-L,b. Ctns. Qtrs. Fresh ORANGE JUICE 79c Half Gal. .Lb. PORK CHOPS LB. FIRST CUT 39 Center Cut PORK CHOPS . Loin PORK CHOPS . Boneless BUTTERFLY CHOPS 79c Lb. 49c 59c Loin Section PORK LOIN ROAST 45c 1Mb End PORK LOIN ROAST 39c Country Style SPARE RIBS LU, 49c Kraft—Philadelphia CREAM CHEESE 10° 3 Oz. Pkg. KRAFT SLICED CHEESES 39 C NATURAL CHEDDAR NATURAL MUENSTER 8 Oz. NATURAL BRICK Pkg. KRAFT VELVEETA 2 Lb. Loaf 79 C Tablerite—Sliced AMERICAN or PIMENTO CHEESE IGA SALTINE CRACKERS IGA ANGEL FOOD CAKE IGA Powdered DONUTS . . . IGA FLOUR . . . . Jar 1 Lb. Box I9c , 39c 29c I)uz. 5 Lb. QA_ Bag 03 C IGA TABLE FRESH FOODS U. S. NO. I NEW CROP Fresh and new! Tasty, nutritious and economical loo! RED POTATOES . . . . 20 £ 99' I'lUiSI! CAUI-'OKNIA ICEBERG LETTUCE Large 24 Size Solid Crisp Green Heads 2 lleuds 290 FUESH TINY—A delllghlful salad favorite I W"' Basket CHERRY TOMATOES 25c (••RUSH NliW ENGLAND Famous "Breath O 1 Spring" Brand MaclNTOSH APPLES 3 Lha. 590 I'UESII GKUt'N PASCAL CELERY I'KESII TENDER GREEN ONIONS Large ,'ltt Size 2 for 290 Bunches 150 IGA FRESH FROZEN FOODS Pucker Label — Sliced STRAWBERRIES Hawaiian — KcU or Yellow PUNCH .... 6 10 Oz. $« oo Pkgs. JL 6 6 Oz. $« 00 Cans JL I'et-ltitx PIE SHELLS Lurry's—Poor Boy SANDWICH Pkg. of 2 Pks. of 3 29c 69c IGA FRENCH FRIES 2 9 Oz. rugs. This Ad Good at Stores Listed Below BethaltolGA Super Market 126 S. Prairii Bethalto 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Dally except Friday Open 'TU 8:00 P.M. STAHL'S IGA Market Fotterburg Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. Daily CAMPBELL'S IGA Market 514 N, Delmar Hartford Op«n 6:30 A.M. to 6:80 P.M. Dully CHARLIE'S IGA Market 301 Sinclair So, Roxana Store Hours: 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. Dally 6th ST. SUPER IGA Market 6 So, 6th St, Wood River Store lltwrs: 8 to C Daily Except Thurs. and Frl. Open to 7 P.M. We Reserve the Right To Limit

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