Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 19
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July 1, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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MONDAY, JULY 1, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH IMS NtfctffTBfcN 70 Pei- Cent of 5,600 Olin Employes Start on Vacation Seventy per cent of the 5,00f employes nl 0! I ti Matliieson' East Alton plant started vncn lions today ns the plant started It annual two-week shutdown. Full production will resum with the 8 n.m. shift Aug. 15. A company spokesman sal shutdown time Is used at the plan for maintenance, painting and re pair work. The roll bond, fabricating and cupping departments will continue to work through the shutdown period. The 200 employes of the rol bond department will take their shutdown period Aug. 5 to 19. Employes of the fabricating and cupping departments will take staggered vacatmon periods. The spokesman said the shut down period has been a policy o: the East Alton plant since short ly after World War 11. Tedrick Bidck Agency Sold At, Wood River WOOD RIVER - Marty Herr, new owner of (he former Tedrlcl Buluk-Ponliac agency here, sair today that no formal grand open Ing is planned until the now line of cars are shown in October. Horr, 11 n a 11 v o of E M s St. LouiK, p n r c li a s e d t In Tcdrick agency lasl week. Bill Pruilt of Alton lias bee named by H e r i as vice president and sa I es manager of I new firm which is located al Ed- warclsville Kill Prultt ' and Avenue. roac Whitelaw Herr was in the sales and engineering divisions of Fairbanks- Morse in SI. Louis before starling in the a u I o business. He became associated w i 1 . h the McMakin Buick Co., in Col- linsvillc in 1D52 and was general manager (here t h e past 11 Marly Herr years. Herr is married and the father of a son, Dale, 14. Bill Clawson will be shop fore man, Harvey Kmse parts manager of the firm, A remodeling program is planned in the future, Herr said. Lovell Quits Roxaiia Job ROXANA — Frank Lovell of 142 E. Third St. resigned Friday as superintendent of streets and supervisor of the sewerage disposal plant. He has accepted a position with the Illinois Power Co. in East Alton. Lovell has served as superintendent of streets for the past four and a half years. Scoiils :it Camp ROXANA—Boy Scouts of Troop 63 spent the week of June 23 lo 29 at Camp Warren Levis encamped at the Cherokee campsite. The troop received the first blue flag for inspection of campgrounds for 1963. The flag was kept for three days in a row, the longest for any troop. All eight boys came back with advancements in merit badges, rank and many other awards. Boys participating were Don Brueggeman, Larry Crider, Mike McVcy, Dennis Arnold, John Wall, Jim Warren, Warren Weigand, Steve England and Scoutmaster George Arnold. Don Brueggeman, Larry Crider and Mike McVey received merit badges for swimming and John Woll for lifesaving. Dennis Arnold was advanced in rank to second class and Steve England to first class. Larry Crider, Mike McVey, Steve England, Warren Wiegand and Don Brueggeman, merit badge for mile swim; Larry Crider and Mike McVey, canoe swamping; Dennis Arnold, candy and John Woll, back stroke swim. Roxumt Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson and daughters Melanie and Trina of Reller Ave., accompanied by Debby and Kathy Sidwell of Glendale Gardens, visited Grant's Farm in St. Louis Friday. Mr.and Mrs. Elby Webb and family of 112 E. Sixth St., had as their overnight guests Saturday, his sisters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. James Carroll and four children of Milton, 111., and Mr. and Mrs, Douglas Herron and four children of Nebo. Mrs. E. Ft Freese and daughter, Miss Cornelia, of 105 W. Fifth St., visited Saturday in Pleasant Hill with former residents, of W. Sixth Street, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sheppard. They also visited in Nebo with Sheppard's mother, Mrs. Lilly Sheppard. _ South Koxaua Dads To Meet Tonight SOUTH ROXANA — The Dads' Club will meet at 7 p.m. today at the clubhouse In the park, LONDON—English, form workers -now,ask a 40-hour week, Wanl things? Wnlch the Want Ads 5Kdivnrdsviile Arm Residents Enter Hospitnt EDWARDSVILLE - Five aren residents were admitted to St. Josoph's Hospital, Highland, during the past weekend, four patients were discharged and ono ))irlh re- corded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R n y Bouse, Rfc. 4, a son nl 11:18 a.m. Sunday, weight 8 pounds fi ounces. The mother Is the form- er Gloria Lauth. Admitted wore: Mrs. Emma Weber, Rtc. 5; Mrs. Ora Malono, Rio. 4; Mrs. Ruth Newton, Rto. 1; Frank Bonder, Rip. 1; Robert Bulrrier, 1103 SI. Louis St. Discharged were: Mrs. Alberta Hansel, 426 Hanser; Mrs. Mary .laros. Rte. 4; Miss Diane Lett, 425 East Schwarz; Mrs. Edith Vlolh, Rte. 3. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" fturglttry • Orland Buttry, 2808 North St.. told police Sunday two items valued at about $70 were taken from his cabin at Ihe foot of Central Avenue. He said a combination| billion. radio-record player valued at $30 and a $21 electric razor were missing. America's gross national pro- nucf lias risen in the last 10 years from $74 billion to $91 plugged KERID*Dropsl bnu« 1C VICHY NIUtlT "Ml, 0 I'M! Jina OI'ISN ICVEKY NKjiMT 'Til, !) I'M'. OPEN EVJSIIV NIOIIT 9 Kroger goes "Fourth" with 5ji '•!'•£":••.•••{•'. "i ; ;"-;*o;i:',s.s,••#>'•:"•;, '^jft'jf'-^' W?7«K^^W.S^-7TWy-W"T'K'7??*SS^ 'f •'• V^/"^V > *''*£- ; '*" f r^^&.''-'',"- '^^r^'^TF.r^^V'^'^.w''^ W^MW*^! 1 '^ &OT*Tsm?* SAVE TWICE . . . SAVE MONEY . . . SAVE TOP VALUE STAMPS!! MMI lltmi told M U.S. Gov't Inspected Lovin' Cared For Whole Fryers Hell, Hunter, or Krcy Boneless Hams oM?2f, ...•*• 89c Lean, Monty, Silver Platter Pork Steaks «• 39c (ThU Mem and price unnH thru Weil., July 3. I9M> Holl—\Vlmle or Half Slab Slab Bacon ™ 39c ntihuqiie Itnind Canned Picnics 3 "-$1.99 T)ubu<|iic Bnmtl Canned Ham 5 Lb $3.69 Dubuque Brand Canned Ham 10'"$6.99 Country Club or Mayrose Skinless Wieners •» 49c For your Fourth of July Cookout: VALUABLE (COUPON Split Broilers ... K 100 Extra Top Value Stamps with this oouDon juid th« purchaw of a 3-lb. Pkg. of Ground Beef or 2-lb. or larger Plcg. of Ground Chir W« reserve the rlelit to limit. Coupon Fruit Cocktail . .4 MT 89c Kroner Mandarin Oranges4 ',';:;• 89c Avundale Peas No. 303 can, Good Quality Tomatoes 8 No. 303 runs Krojjer Pork and Beans Hurry! You Can Get 450 EXTRA Top Value Stamps with this week's coupons from your Kroger Mailer. Complete your collection of beautiful porcelain china. VALUABLE COUPON V 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 1 with this coupon and the purchase of Meadow Gold Sherbet. £. 69c Coupon expires Wwlncsiluj- nl B hr. July 3, 1963. 100 EXTRA Top Value Stamp* plus 50c Off—Your choice ol any completcr piece (except .4 pc. place seUiiiR). 100 li-VTHA Tup Viilue Slump* plus 5Uc Off—Your choice of any completer piece (except 4 pc. place setting}. 59 EXTRA Top Value Stamps— —Purchase of 6 cans of Bit K Beverages 60 EXTRA Top Value Stamps'—Purchase of Itj-oz. pkg. at Kroger Assorted Toffee or Sour Balls. 80 EXTUA Top Voltio Stamps— —-Purchase of '.! lb«. or more Vine Ripened Tomatoes. 100 EXTKA Top Vulue Slnmp. •—Purchase of 3 Ibs. or more of Ground Beef or 2 Ibs. or more of Ground Chuck. 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 2 J^g with this coupon uifl the purchase of § Chef's Pride Charcoal T;"' 99c «C3 J5J Coupon expires Wednesday nlRht, July 3, l'Jfi.1. fiO Extra Top Value Stauiim in Each Pkg. of Kroner Layer Cake ch.cZ.... Each Kroicr—Iced Cinnamon Twirl • Enuh 39c "Ml* or Match"—Kroger—1-lb. Regular, Collate or Bismarck Rye, or !i-lb. Sandwich Bread . 2 LoaTe ,49c JELL-0 . . 10 ,£•£• S 1.00 Kroger—Frozen Lemonade Mix or Match Kroger—Sandwich or Wiener Buns AND Kroger—Plain, Sugared, Cinnamon or Combination Donuts Pkgs. Perfect Pickin's for your Picnic Crisp Brand Savadny—Assorted Colors Potato Chips S 49c 9" Paper Plates.... ^ ig K .-, .„ Mf . Royal Chlnet—Molded Beverages o ^ 49c i unc |, pu» e , Coin. Blnok fliorry. Orange, fimpc, Hoot Beer. MIIIVll I IQICd. . . . Lcinon-Llme, and Glncerale 49c 60-ct. P u R . G-Pack — 6-Oz. Cans — 60c S n aliei t—Pres list French Ice Cream . 4uarl 69c ••••••• Oftllnn «»»C Minnie Maul—frozen Orange Delight . 6 ! ,$1.00 Country dub Ice Cream • Welcli'n—f'roten Welchade S:Sr k c.n,79c Kroger Marshmallows ! Country Club Hot Dog Sauce 15 ;r z 39c !!9c wllh couimn on pkf, of Kroner SanclHh'h or Wiener Bum Alma Shoestring Potatoes 3 N ^ 5n 29c 2 Xo. 2H cans 3Sc 8-oz. can 89c Purity— While 9" Paper Plates... JOO-ct. Purity—9-oz. 79c 4P °£ 39o Cold Cups .......... 10 £ l -89p Dan Dee — Napkins Dan Dee — White and Assorted Soulherti—Hoine-UrovMi _,.. .. •^"••" rresn i'er«ian extra Kaiwy Vine Ripe Tomatoes ... ,,„. 39c Seedless Limes Doz 29c Winesap Apples .... 3 u,, 69e U.S. Kam'j- Snuihmi.- Home Grown F^,,.., Kniniy- C.A Idd U.S. .No.J —Now i rop Corn on the Gob .... 5 Yr 39c Delicious Apples .... 3 M,. 69c New Apples ,4-I.b. rnij iin« No, 1 Fruit; of the Tropics HHB^ ™PW Hi IIP iRnPI HP (B ^BHP ^^f Fresh Summer Fruit for Your Picnic U.S. No. 1 —Rxin l.arje U.S. No 1—Cardinal Santa Rosa Plums o 0 , 49c Red Grapes ...... Lh 29c .|i._ New Crop— Idaho U.S. No. 1— New Crop— Thomp.on Bing Cherries . . . i*. 49c Seedless Crapes . ..... 39c U.8. No. l~-I,ar»e— Prtdton* 0.8. No. I— New Crop— Sunjrand Variety Royal Apricots . . n,, 39c Nectarines ...... w . 39c Pr«»h — CalilornU Strawberries , 3 Pt , $(,00

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