Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1963 · Page 30
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 6, 1963
Page 30
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PAGE THIRTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY* JUNE 6, 1963 of Units JKRSKVVTU.E -- The month! sab Bluffs will hiive a "Cook-|villc and is a great-grandson of Out" nt the homr of Mrs. Mabel: Mrs. James Watson of Brighton Cnifton fit fi p.m. June 11: Pan-'and Mr. and Mrs. Ridiard Buck handle Unit will bo ontenained of Houston. Texas. Mrs. Let a Marby Mrs. Walter Glohr at L> p.m. shall of Otterville, and Mrs. Inez June 12 and Fidelity meets unth j Paddock of Wood River. Mrs. Kldon E. Moore at J:30 p.m. j Mrs. Marshall was formerly June 1-1. 'Miss Donna Baker. Fieldon meets at 1:30 p.m. June! Other children in the family are Of June traditionally known ns the| v , .,, , hr , christ united Eugene 6, and Von "monlh of romnnee" will be rrv-iof Christ in Fieldon: Mrs. Thel- ! D\vayno •). at the unit meetines ofinvi Mavis will he hostess (o the Annual Chuck Santreline Unit at 1:.'10 p.m. June 17 and at X p.m. that ni.uht Me- Clusky meets with Mrs. Kd\vard Hull: The Delhi Unit meets in the Farm Bureau basement at 1:30 p.m. June .18: Mrs. Carl Arnold will entertain Southeast Jersey al 2 p.m. June 19: and Mrs. Robert Brinkman will be hostess to Bethel al 2 p.m .June 20. The Lampliters will meet with Mrs. Herbert Griesemcr at 7:30 the Jersey County Homemakers Kxtrnsion Service. Roll call at the meetings \\ill he answered with information on "How I Met My Husband." The song of the month is "Let Me Call You Sweetheart." The ma.jor lesson will lie on "Value of Pulilic Health. Sen>ices" .md the minor lesson topic is "Does Your Humor Show-." Unit meet ings scheduled for the month arc as follows: Otterville at the Otterville School at 2 p.m. June S; Kcmper Unit plans an outing in Jacksonville June 10: West Pi-airie meets with M r s. i Milton Dan at 1:30 p.m. and El- JKRJsKYVILLK — The Willing Workers Class of the First Methodist Church will hold its annual "Chuck Wagon" on June 22 in the church dining room .with serving from fi to 7:30 p.m. This financial project is sponsored each year by the Willing Workers Class of which Mrs. Nancy Gustafson is president. Announce Birth of Son JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hale of Vandnlia. are announcing the birth of a son at June 25. Mrs. Preston Mowen will | in , ha( cj|v They havp named be hostess to Jerseyville Unit at| ||]p ,, ahv Sco() Eric and he p.m. June 20 and North Mississippi will be entertained al the home of Mrs. Joseph Sibley nt 2 p.m. i"os" a.'m'.'*Ju"ne 4 al the hospital and Elsahmeets MILNOT 1:30p.m. Junp^i.mi .M.-sHiMi..'fis |wf , ighcd 7 p^,,,^ ^ ounces. in the Methodist Church Basement; Tht , haby is a grandson of Mr . p.m. June 27 with Mrs.j Hnd Mrs / R . E . Hefner of Jer-1 seyville and Mr. and Mrs. Mace \ Hale of Cany, Ivy., and is a at 1:30 p.m. June 27 with Mrs. Henry Ma ness in charge. Son Horn to Gnifton Couple JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. (Fred Marshall of Gnifton have) chosen the name John Barry for their son born at 3:47 p.m. Sun- Community ! great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Hefner of Jerse.vville. day at the Jersey Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds 13 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marshall of Jersey- I Before her marriage Mrs. Hale was Miss Roberta Sue Hefner of Jerseyville. This is the first child DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry — Dial HO 2-2922 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Party Cakes of the couple. Attend Springfield Conclave JERSEYVILLE — County Clerk Linda Crotchett of Jersey County attended a County Clerk's field Tuesday. meeting of the Assn. in Spring- NO NEUROTICS DAYTON, Ohio (API — Psychologists won't have to worry about the kids in this first grade classroom at Irving school. Reporting on their activities in the Irving School Newletter, the youngsters announced: "Four pupils from Mrs. Burgess' room were moved to Mrs. Meyers' room but we have six nice peqple from Miss Albers who are adjusting \veli." CARNIVAL OF VALUES ENTER JELL-0 $120,000 CONTEST Get Details in Our Stores JELL-0 3J£29e Gelatin Dessert JELL-0 3pu K .3lc Pudding & Pie Filling Redeem Your JELL-O Coupons in Our Stores Krey's Lean PORK STEAKS . . . ' 49c Krey's IMello Thick SLICED BACON . . 2 89c Krey's All Meat JUMBO FRANKS . . 59c Krev's IJnh or Rope POLISH SAUSAGE . 59c Krey's Tender BEEF CUBE STEAKS 79c Sun-Spun Yellow Quarters OLEO 3-49' Flavor - Kist GRAHAM CRACKERS Red & White SEEDLESS RAISINS . 1 Lb. Box 23e New! Post Cereal CRISPY CRITTERS . For Weight Control SEGO . 8-oz. LIQUID 10 Oz. OQ/i DIET FOOD Can dii«7l TAST- GOOD JELLY Four Delicious Flavors 18 oz. Decorated <q|Q- Tumblers O9C Hawaiian Punch 3 Cans Ketl <V- White Whole Kernel or Cream Stylo GOLDEN CORN . 2 c 3 ! 3 , 29c Bed & White SAUERKRAUT . . 2 29c TAST-GOOD PORK & BEANS 3 29 Gaines Burgers DOG FOOD 31- 45c Red & White APPLESAUCE . . Ked & White BARTLETT PEARS Red & White APRICOT HALVES 2 303 «0. Cans WWb Fancy Halves Tree Ripened 303 Can 303 Can Garden Fresh Produce . . lOlbs. 49c . . 5 ears 29c U.S. No. 1 NEW POTATOES i-'A\t;y FLORIDA CORN . C'AUFORNIA CANTALOUPES 3 for 98c No. 1 GEORGIA PEACHES 3lbs. 49c RKD A \\IIITK TOILET TISSUE 4": 29 C SMITH'S Quality Market I REHBEIN'S GROCERY I BRIGHTON MERC. CO. 3300 OJifton Alton I REr- j Wl E. Jennings Wood River I 1 It 2-3411 Brighton BICKERDT'S N. Alby Mkt. I NOLTE'S RED & WHITE Alby Street Roud Godfrey I Phone 2083 Aloru EYER'S MARKET I HUBER'S RED & WHITE f P. F. HOFGREN SOU \V. Delmar Alton I 901 Belle Alton I 8()li AlcCublund Kasl Alton Super Shop \ FOOD STORES Member A-G Stores Associated Grocers Company of St. Louis, Mo. Kleenex 400 Sheet Boxes 49 c Cat's A.G. Superette Brighton, 111. Phone FRontler 2-8487 College Ave. A.G. Market 3134 College Ave., Alton Dial HO 5-6109 Elm Street A.G, Market Elm and Alby Sts., Alton Dial HO 2-6012 Floyd'* A.G. Market 3rd and Penning Wood River, 111, Closed Wednesdays Goldman'* A.G. Market 1824 Highland Alton Dial HO 0-8822 We Deliver Uptown A.G. Market 2324 Humbert Alton, Dl. Phone HO 5-1211 Neuhaui A.G. Market 201 Shamrock St., East Alton 111. Dial OL 4-8214 Rain's A.G. Food Mart 222 East Elm Alton, III. Dial HO 2-0522 Smltty'i A.G. Market 780 Road Wood River, I1L Open Sundays and Holiday* Third St. A.G. Market 120 East Third East Alton, 111. OL 4-4511 Del Monte Early Garden A-G Brand A-G Peaches Peas Margarine 303 Cans 49 c found Pkgs. 29 c GROUND CHUCK .... 69c Mayiose Thin Sliced Bacon 45 C Cello Wrapped Lb. Mayiose Daisy 59 C Mayiose Reg. or Hot Pork Sausage 29'2" b «»55 e Lb. Roll Frozen Foods: Birds Eye Cut Corn LEAN-MEATY = STEAKS -39 Krey Thick Sliced Bacon ~c Lb. Pkg. 89* Krey All Meat-VC Bologna or Braunschweiger 39 C By Piece Lb. Birds Eye Mixed Vegetables 2 iooz. m mm 45 Banquet Apple, Cherry, Peach FRUIT PIES 4 $ 1 Carnation Instant Milk 3* 29 C 14Qt.Pkg.. . $1.09 — SQtPkg. . . . 65c Realemon Lemon Juice ..... S?i. 0z '35 c Geisha Mandarin Oranges 2 "<£ 49° I j j i 'ji.'-'V^VvA^ 'A.6. Peas & Carrots Nabisco Snacks Wesson Oil . . . Flavor Kist Graham Crackers . Swiss 'N Ham, Bacon Thins Sociables and Onion Thins 24 Oi. Btl. 1 Lb Pkg. 390 Sunshine Chocolate Chip Cookies %i°* 25' Kleenex Towels . . 2 ROH* 39° Kraft—Nat. Sliced Mazzarella Cheese Kraft—Nat. Sliced Brick Cheese . Kraft Nat. Sliced Mellow Cheddar Cheese Nabisco Saltines . >**39c ',„?' 39« 1/2 Lb - Phg. &?«• U? 29« Fresh Fruits and Vegetables: Orchard Sweef — Georgia's Luscious - Large California Valencia ORANGES 49 C Tender — Florida Large Ears Golden Bantam CORN 5«29 C Crop — California Long White Potatoes 10,69 Your Best Buy Todayl For 100% Morida Tropical ORANGE JUICE 49*

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