Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 12, 1963 · Page 13
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June 12, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1963 Greene County Blood Donations Fall Short CARROLLTON — During a visit of the American Red Cross 1'ioorlmobile nt First B a pt is) rhiirdi Monday, only 107 would- be donors were present and 41 of them wre re.jeeted, leaving a total of only 6fi pints collected. The large number of rejections was throughl to have been caused by the excessive heat. Of the 107, there were 36 who were donors for the first time and 49 pints were given for specific recipients. The quota for Monday was 140 points, hut it was hoped that 200 pints would be received, thus putting the county over the top. As a result of Monday's bloodmobile visit, the county is now lacking in its blood quota and is also lacking in the -fund drive which is still in progress. The quota for Greene County was $R.- 650 and only $3,654 has been raised to date. Hospital N'otes CARROLLTON - Mrs. Etliel Margeson of Kane and Mrs. Susie Maxwell of U'rights were admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday as medical patients. FINER QUALITY AT LOWER PRICES CANVITTOOTWEAR" Jack Daniels or Coimlrv vStfiiirc OUR BEST SELLER $ 8.88 Reg. 12.95 • Black • Tan Women's Canvas SI Oxfords I § Men's Cnnvus SO QA Casuals, Oxfords.. itiJISI Child's $2.98 $| QQ Canvas Oxfords.. I »w*» DISCOUNT! Ladies' and Misses' 4.95 to 9.95 FLATS Famous $ Labels Other* .-,1,11(1 10 }2.!l!l All .Sizes and Colors In Lot 1.99 Mrs. Frances Wilsor) of Ka n e was ndmitled Tuesday as a med- icn] patient. Admitted Tuesday for surgery were Mrs. Estaleen Par ker. Carrollton, and Mrs. Doris Handling. Greenfield. Dismissed Tuesday were Mrs I/niisc Rctherford and Mrs. Sandra Richey of Carrollton, Mrs. Anna Marie Dunham of Kane. Arnold Ross of White Hall and Mrs. Ruth Roberts and daughter of Rockhridge Return from Vncntion CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Garrison and Mrs. John Carnes returned home last week from a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Garrison went to Key West, Fla., where they attended the graduation of their grandson, Gary Pantaleo, son of Navv Chief and Mrs. A. A. Pan- White Multl White Patent Black Patent Bone Patent Red SAMPLE SHOE SALE Lovely Neiv Styles WOMEN'S^DRESS SHOES WEAR 4 to 4^B? You're lucky! Direct Factory Purchase. Nationally advertised. $12.95 to $18.95. AND 6.88 All Heels WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. BROADWAY Plenty of Free Parking. taleo, from the Key West High School on May 31. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs William Vigus of Roodhouse. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd McLane of Eldred, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McLane and family, Mrs. Leo Simonds and Jake Allala of this city went to St. Louis Sunday where they attended open house at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shanks honoring their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roliert Shanks, who were recently married. Mrs. Richard Shanks is (he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Vigus. Mrs. Clarence Arnold, a bookkeeper and technician in the soil laboralory in the Greene County Farm Bureau office, began a two- week vacation Monday. Miss Kathy Davis of St. Louis arrived Monday and will be a guest until Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harms. A marriage license was issued June 10 in the office of Richard McLane, Greene County clerk, to Ronald Beem and Miss Christine Luchs, both of DcKalb. Miss Elona Seagraves arrived Saturday after spending the winter in California. Mr. ajid Mrs. Max Young and children of Atlanta were weekend guests of Mrs. Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Snidle. Jaycee Officers Are Installed At Carrollton CARROLLTON — White Ha! Jnycees entertained Iheir wive? and inaugurated new officers a a dinner and dance Tuesday even ing in Carrolllon. The dinner was at Day's Colonial room and the inauguration and dance was at the Knights of Columbus hall. Now officers of the group are Samuel Hudson, president; Joe Enochs, vice president; Harold Walker, treasurer; J. W. Howard, secretary. The retiring president is Myron McClenning. Graduates from Sill CARROLLTON — Roger Guf- Bihle School Program At Medora Friday MEDORA — The vacation Bible school program of Medora Meth odist Church will be held Friday June 14, at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served ii the church basement and a dis play of the handwork made dur ing the two-week period will be made. sors, in trust, for the following purposes: To take care of the property, make investments anc pay as much of the income a no principal of said estate as is need ed for the care of the wife, Rebecca Rawlins, as shall bey liei be required. Upon the death of bccca Rawlins, as shall by liei of the trust shall be divided equally between the two children, Robert B. Rawlins and Ermina H. Tonnil. J. W. Temii) was named executor, givingbond of $2,000. Aecepts Position CARROLLTON — Paul Rawc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. tawe, has accepted a position at he American Fixtures and Cabnet Co. in St. Louis and began his work there June 1.1. Rawe graduated Friday from the David Ranken Jr. School of Mechanics and Trades. I fey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Guffey, will graduate Friday from Die Alton branch of the Southern Illinois University with a degree in business administration. H e has enlisted in the Navy A i r Corps and will be sworn in June 26 at Olathe, Kansas, and will leave July 31 for Pensacola, Fla., to begin training. Rawlins Will CARROLLTON - The will of Harry Rawlins was admitted to probate June 10 and ordered recorded by Judge L. A. Mehrhoff. i BRUSSELS — King Baudouin! BRUSSELS—A factory will be as called on all Belgians to help built in Belgium to turn out aj Greene Review Board Starts Session Monday CARROLLTON — The 1963 session of the Greene County Boarc of Review will open Monday in the supervisors room at the court house. Marmon Gimmy of Carrollton if the hold over member and Bob Htibbard of Walkerville is the new member. John C. Price chairman of the Greene County Board of Supervisors, will automatically be a member of the board and Mrs. Harold Pruitt, deputy in the office of Verl Owens Greene County supervisor of assessment, will be clerk. Complaints concerning taxes will be received by the board until August and during that month investigations will be made and the board will close its books for the year early in September. Entertain for Daughter CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moss of Eldred enter- ained at a skating party Monday evening at the Robinson Skating .•ink, honoring their daughter, Ty- inn, who was celebrating her welfth birthday. No Campos LOUISVILLE, ucky's newest The oslate was left lo J. \V Tennil. his successor or sucivs- Attnosp!ierc Ky. W) — Ken college has no home. Kentucky Southern College opened Its first term in rented quarters, but expects to have its administration - library - classroom building at Louisville ready for the 1963 fall term. SEE US FIRST FOR YOUR SUMMER SEWING ESSENTIALS Reg. 98c to $1.49 Dacron & Cotton Arnel & Cotton 45 Inches Wide 1C Yd. Reg. 98c WOVEN DOT DOTTED SWISS C DRIP-DRY COTTONS Yds. $100 CENTRAL SEWING SUPPLY CO. 24 W. BROADWAY HO 2-5214 feed the world's hungry millions, i complete line of rubber products. SYDNEY — Most trucks now being imported into Australia are refrigeration equipped. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" SAVE 1 3 to 1 2 and MORE ON ALL YOUR FATHER'S DAY GIFTS IN OUR BIG QUITTING BUSINESS HUNDREDS OF ITEMS AT SACRIFICE PRICES SPORT AND DRESS CASH OR SHOPPER'S CHARGE! Permit No. 2 SHIRTS 69 to 3 99 BANLON SOCKS CUT TO 49 MORE THAN 200 $150 2 50 TIES CUT TO ONLY c BRIAR PIPES British Imports Reg. 3.50 4 / to y* OFF 12.50 ' U Pre-Electric Shave s.* IMPORTED TOBACCO Scottish 4 / Clan, */* OFF Others ' * Upper Deck Cologne Reg. A )9 3.50 /'* Seller *" OPEN 9 TO » PM—CASH OR SHOPPERS CHARGE MONTICELLO PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER I'KKMIT No. 2 IGA FRESH FROZEN FOODS BANQUET DINNERS For BEEF—CHICKEN—TURKEY SALISBURY—ITALIAN—MEXICAN HAM—HADDOCK—MACARONI AND CHEESE IGA LEMONADE 2 i2-oz. A"7 C Cans *T i llroolis — Smokoy — KoRMlar BARBECUE SAUCE 22-ei. .. BH. 39* Breakfast Foods GHEERIOS .... 21C-49* WHEATIES . . . . 12 Oz Pkgs. 2 2 MINUTE MAID LIMEADE 3 £ 35' IGA Tableiite CHUCK ROAST FIRST CUTS LB. IGA's own famous tablet-He beef—U.S. Government Inspected — Triple graded — Naturally aged for your genuine eating enjoyment. Sunshine—Your Choice CHEEZ-ITS HI-HO CRACKERS FIG BARS 10-Oz, Pkg. 10-Oz. Pkg. 29 l-Lb. Cello Tray EA. CHUCK STEAKS... 49e Boneless POT ROAST . < 79c GRD. CHUCK . 59c Boneless STEW MEAT , 69c Swift's—So Off Label B. B. Q. Special RIBS . »>49c IGA Tablerite SLICED BACON p ^ l-Lb. *«_ 49 C Who?/ oT FULLV COOKED >»89c PREM 39c Home Freezer Special Whole IGA Tablerite BEEF CHUCKS Lb. 49c Cut and wrapped to Your Specifications Hunter Braunschweiger Skinless Wieners Lb. 49c Sea Pass Cooked Haddock & Perch Steaks 12 oz. Pkfi. 490 Sea Puss Skinned Whiting 1 LB, PKG, 49c Contadlna TOMATO PASTE Folger's INSTANT COFFEE Freshllke PEAS 7 6-Oz. 7 Ac Cans ' 3 79 C 2 30S Cam Carnation — Evaporated MILK 3 Tall Cans BU. PABD DOG FOOD 2 *£• 29° WESSON OIL Charmin or IGA Bathroom DC Off DIs- Asst. play Pnck Colon Puffs — 400 ct, FACIAL TISSUE * ROllS A list. Colon 39° :29 C MODESS Johnson's KLEAR Reg. or Pkg. OQc •• Super or 12 *•*• ALL SWEET MARGARINE 26-Oz. "* A 1-lb. $4.00 * ctns. ' Manhattan — 5c on label COFFEE Tin 69c CRISCO 3 I.b. Can Duncan Hines — White—Yellow—Devils CAKE MIXES . . 3- -89c Van Camp's PORK & BEANS I G A 300 Size Cans 49c TABLE-FRESH FOODS RED, RIPE, THUMPIN' GOOD-JUICY, SWEET WATERMELONS 23-LB. AVERAGE EACH FJtJCSII—Kf'np cool with fresh Lemonade and Iced Tea! CALIFORNIA LEMONS . 39c I'KKSII 1IOMK CJUOWN Larife firm heiuls! GREEN CABBAGE . . . 15c FKKSJI JimiKO HJAU PINEAPPLES .... 4 $1.00 A royal tropical treat—serve sliced, cubed or crushed. Ideal for homo canning! ARIZONA VINE RIPENED CANTALOUPES 4 36 SIZE JUMBOS FOR $ 1.00 Luscious, flavorful, orange-fleshed. Wonderful eatin' with IGA TahlelWe Ice Creum$ Fresh California Luscious large sweet clusters! SEEDLESS GRAPES . 29c Fresh Treo-Kipeiied Delicious yellow meat! PEACHES Fresh frqm ««»«**! 4 Lb '-59c Bethalto IGA Super Market 126 S, Prairie Bethalto 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Dally Except Friday Open •Til 8:00 P.M. STAHL'S IGA Market Fosterburg Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. Daily CAMPBELL'S IGA Market 514 N, Delmar Hartford Open 6:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. Dally CHARLIE'S IGA Market 301 Sinclair So, Roxana Store Hours i 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. Dally 6th ST. SUPER IGA Market 6 So, 6th St, Wood River Store Hours: 8 to 0 Dally Except Thurs. and Frl. 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