Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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, JULY 1,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Jersey Blood Drive Falls Short Goal - Only 62 pints of blood wore collected by the Red Cross bloodmoblle unit Frl- dny at its final visit for the yeat in Jersey County. This was less than half the quota of 136 pints assigned for this visit. The Unit was in operation at the Methodist Church from 1 to 6 p.m. Eight persons were rejected for medical reasons and five first lime donors were among the contributors. Thirty-eight pints of blood received were specified as replacements for persons who had received blood through the Jersey County blood program. James Nlmerick earned a four gallon pin at this visit. This is the fourth person in Jersey County to receive a four-gallon award. Former recipients Were Kenneth Brayshaw, Mrs. Bessie Taylor and Don Martin. Three gallon pins were award- w- ** 'f- ed to Mrs. Eleanor fiaffial ol Elsah and Neil Franklin of Jersey- vllle. Two Ballon pins were fe- cclved by Mrs. Helen Brakevllle and Mrs. Gertrude Isringhouseh, and one gallon pins were earned by Mrs. Clarence Boner and George Challans. Mrs. Paul Rlchey, chairman of the Blood Program for the Jersey County Chapter, announced that the next visit of the Unit Will be Sept. 6, which begins a new year for the local Blood program. Boeing Develops New Rain Repellanl SEATTLE (AP) — The Booing Co. announced today the develop mont of rain repelling llqulc which it says greatly Improves visibility through the windshields of jet airliners. DIETSCHY'S MARKET Phono HO (5-8024 FKKE DELIVERY 600 KIUGE PRICES GOOD FOR ALL WEEK SPARE RIBS 2W to 8 Lb. Sides—Lh. Fresh DRESSED FRYERS Whole Lb. EGGO HOMO MILK 3 ^ $100 Gills. I LEAN GROUND BEEF CHUCK . • 59c End Out; /IB* A PORK CHOPS . . Lb. 13U Boneless, Rolled CR* VEAL ROAST .. Lb. U*H» Sliced Square RQ«t Tray Pack FRYERS Boneless CUBED BEEF .. Lean Pork CUTLETS Lb 33c Lb 69c T,, 49c PORK STEAKS Loan for Barbecue Lb. KREY MELLO BACON . .2 .'J; 1 : 89c FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER 2- 95c ALL-STAR LEMONADE MIX * ,», 29c Smoked PORK CHOPS Lb 79G CANADIAN BACON .... SldlllCNS WIENERS 49c Largo Grade A EGGS . ........ Doz. Sliced Boiled HAM 49c Mixed LUNCH MEATS— Lb. 49c CORN BEEF HASH Armour ,16 Oz. Can 39c DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE AND GRAPEFRUIT JUICE « Oz. Cans Hamburger Sliced DILL PICKLES ..... . Q t 29c AG GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS . 2 < : ;'l 55c Armour's O JTT- Vienna SHUS. . . * cans "I • V ARMOUR J|Q A TREET Can *•»*« Del Monto Peas • 9Q* » ntl rin.rrnfa .... film £ww Kcllogg's 0 1 ~ RICE-KRJSPIES, Box fc 1 C A-G Lb. JJC- COFFEE Tin VWW French Fried 300 «7- ONIONS Can fc 1 w KLEENEX TOWELS Colored <• for 2, r 4lc LARGE PAPER PLATES 10 in 49c Fancy, Solid Pack WHITE TUNA L° nz 37c New Green COOKING APPLES Lbs. 35c Large 90* RED PLUMS ... Lb. fcww New Red I A RC A POTATOES IU Lbs. UUG Large Jumbo *\ CO. A CANTALOUPES fc Tor 05JC Now Green C- CABBAGE Lb. tPw Green A 1 0 *» ONIONS ....«• Bchs. I9C Freestone • Q OQ* PEACHES.... O Lbs. Mto WATERMELONS, LARGE 22 to 25 Lb. Avg. 89c HOMEGROWN TOMATOES 2 Lbs, 49c Hospital Notm Mrs. JDorothy Hardbeck, Ed- St. MKtttGAt, Miss Lucille Edwards, 1915 Piflsa. Mrs. Melissa feeler, Hnfdfn. Mrs. Margaret Jenkins, 3722 Grnndvlew. Mtes ton! Lafferty, 638 Fifth. Miss fcawri Stlrltz, Godfrey. Mrs. Constance Schmld, Eighth, Wood RIVer. 141 Mrs. ir'ny Tokening, 1312 Alby. Mrs. Gladys Carter, 737 Market. C. Truman liulse, Edvvardsville. SUttGlCAL Mrs, Shirley Lovell, 211 boerr, East Alton. Marion G. Burnett, 758 Birch, East Alton. Mrs. Violet ftoblnson, 166 East Alton Avc., East Alton. Mrs. Mildred Weishaupt, 32ti Deneen. Edward Lehr, Mardln. Mrs. Mary Thornton, 1128 Verntc Mrs. Grace McCord, 1214 Florence. Mrs. Edna Brown, 3057 Alby. DISMISSALS Mrs. Karen Barnett, East Alton. Mark Bcrkel, 2510 Francis. Klcth Blocher, Edwardsville. Mrs, Ruth Brlstow, 404 W. 4th. Mrs. Fannie Bryant, 1929 Terrace Mrs. Linda Carter, 1026 Broadway John Dickerson, 215 Dorris. Karen Fitzgerald, 1322 E. 4th. Mrs. Gcorgctta Flutt, Cottage Hills. Carl P. Franke, Batchtown. Mrs. Doris Hunter, 540 Ninth. Alvin McCarty, Quincy. Phyllis Percival, 849 McKinley. Mrs. Florence Reid, 3126 Western Mrs. Margaret Sawyer, E. Alton. Mrs, Carol Schneider, E. Alton. Mrs. Effie Scott, Edwardsville. Mrs. Vera Thompson, 2449 Mills. David Wiltman, 3315 Humbert. Mrs, Mildred Wolf, Wood River. Mrs. Macie Ogle, St. Charles, Mo. Ray Seago, 1422 E. Fourth. Thurman Jefferson, 1387 Easton. Richard Bauser, 3802 Oscar. Mrs. Jacqueline Bell, 1808 !Maupin Mrs. Emma Blair, 731 Silver. Mrs. Adah Cope, 806 Alby. Mrs. Janice Dabbs, 828 Hawley. Elbert Dixon, Rte. 4, Godfrey. Mrs. Hazel Gleeser, EdwardsviJIe Henry Held, Brussels. Joe Holloman, 1419 Clay. Mrs. Lois Knopp, Gillespie. Mrs. Margaret Kolk, Roxana. Mrs. Shirley Liesen, East Alton. Norman Malone, 110 E. 13th. W. M. Mayberry, Edwardsville. Mrs. Grace O'Connell, Gillespie. John O'Neill, South Roxana. Joan Poindexter, 1903 Gross. James Poore, Kampsyille. Jean Price, 2618 Amelia. Kenneth Travis, 2316 Central. Mrs. Lee Viernum, 321 E. Eighth. Mrs. Mildred Ward, 3180 Paul. Mrs. Janice Wendle, 2906 Crawford. Dennis Kavanaugh, Godfrey. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. James Walsh, Jerseyville. John Williams, Kane. Mrs. Louis Gress, Hardin. Mrs.' Minor Gowin, Grafton. Allen Draper, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Frank Armstrong, Jerseyville. Mrs. Francis Cummings, Kane. Mrs. John Hillen, Brussels. Mrs. Margaret Holterfield, Hardin. Gertrude Belvef,. Wood River. Penny Strotid, 1705 Alby. = Sheldon Prltchafd, East AHofi. William Darkliis, Godfrey. DISMISSALS Mrs. Alberta Emery, Bunker Hill. tffs. Venice Byrnes, 3717 Western tfrs. Lena Markham, Grafton. vlrs. Sarah Graham, 707 Hehry, Vtrs. Mary Callahan, Graf toil. 3everly Mason, Alton. Mrs. Beverly Robot-son, Cottage Hills. Teanette Glenn, 3515 Bloomer. Mrs. Mary Manns, Bethalto. Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, S. Roxana Floyd HuffslUller, 904 Wallace. Mrs. Joann Harbison, Betholto. Paul Wolfe, 2623 Plalnview. Chris Moore, 1501 Rodgers. Mrs. Caroline Stllwell, 811 Chou- Alton Memorial .MEDICAL Leslie Guthrie, Bethalto. Gayla Klopmeier, Bunker Hill. Erwin Meyer, Dorsey. Larry Ballard, Carrollton. Frank Harris, 920 Burns. Roy Grace, Bethalto. Jeffrey Zimmer, Washington. Mrs. Marion Wliitamore, 2750 Hillcrest. Maude Younger, Godfrey. Grace Barker, Godfrey. Carol Hancock, 309 Elm. Susan Peters, Rte. 1, Dow. SURGICAL Miss Roberta Gayan, 2520 Delia Albert Fosha, 3725 Berkeley. Edwin Bratten, Livingston. June Shaw, 1111 Riley. Clara Peipert, 918 W. Ninth. Eilene Roth, Wood River. Mrs, Hope Bartlett, Jerseyville. SOLARGAINE 4 Now also in SPRAY form!* nnt!(*)paln INSTANT MgOIUATUD FIRST AID iilplK'MINOIlCOTSllllffi - Ill nl«ll SKIN IHRIUIIlll * New Instant Spray gives "no-touch" application... fast cooling, tool Acts on skin nerves with Benzocainei used by doctors, Solarcaino Lotion leapt to fame because it stops the agony of sunburn pain*-aoea it fast. But now Solurcaino cornea in a Spray form, tool Goes on even faaterl Brings now cooling comfort when ita misty-spray cpflta tortured skin I Solarcaine cools, then Mia your dlatreased pain nerves. Actually stops the sensation of pain itself! Does it with an of Itching skin-lad? last with SoUrwine. Kids like It becauM tt doesn't sting. anesthetic used by doctors, What's more, it's antiseptic, Contains hexachlprophene to help prevent infection, aid healing. Brings additional relief by moisturizing burned akin. 'Solwcaine won't stain. Wonderfully effective for dozens of akin irritations that hurt, burn or itch, Get Solarcaine today, and at ways be ready to stop pain fasti t Kitchen burns are sudden, sgonlzinj. Be prepared for swift, Hot' ant| ®paln OPTION fr'MWURN, •URNS, I^IUnoN, * Also in popular LOTION and CREAM - • Save on bl(j (3 01, Lotion Quality Product of Plough, /no. teau. Walter Bellernore, Godfrey. Stephanie Boedeker, 1116 Douglas Cynthia Haselhorst, East Alton. Flu by Downey, Jerseyville. Ina Steele, 3315 Mayfleld. Mrs. Naiicy Brown, 2116 Orchard Elmer firownlng, 1210 fairway. Mrs. Elpha Wllllahls, 606 Belle. Karen Spiker, 608 Edmohd. Mrs. Gefaldine MliJ, 2715 Residence. Richard Alford, Godfrey. Harold Meeren, East Alton. Marion McClintock, 3427 Agnes. Merman Jann, 922 Washington. John Meyers, Wood River. Mrs. Frieda Graham, Wood River Edward Jones, Dorchester. Mrs. Carolyn Hoagland, 3016 Edwards. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Birdie Isaacs, 1805 Sycamore William Eades, 824 Rice. Janet Yeanvood, 524 Belle. Mrs. Caroline Kiel, Meppen. Alex Lacout, 408 S. Main, Wood River. Mrs. Betty Marti, Edwardsville. Claud Sauls, Godfrey. Mrs. Lillian Schriber, East Alton. Claud Sturglll, Rte. 1, MOT-O. DISMISSALS Mrs. Luretta Cole, 556 Highland. Fred Dublo, Seminary Road. Mrs. Sally Held, 1504 Fourth. Miss Gretta Petitt, 282 S. Ninth, Wood Rivear. Mrs. Marian Whltamore, 2750a Hillcrest. Mrs. Se]ma McFern, 1914 Belle. Mrs. Pauline Nolte, 442 Sixth. Arthur Miget, 1153 Beaumont. Mrs. Viola Poehler, Godfrey. Mrs. Emily Smith, Wood River. Leonard Booher, 2264 Winter. Dock Brown, 2350 Lincoln. Woorl Rivel 4 Township MI5D10AL Mrs. Francos Evoy, Bethnlto. Lionel Martin, 503 Central. Mrs. Naomi Latham, 169 East Alton Ave., East Alton. William Phillips II, Hartford. Edward Plztnger, 509 Wood River, Robert Arnold, 718 Cardol, East Alton. Shelby Murray, 135 Goulding, East Alton. Linda Hennessey, 102 Twelfth. SUftOtoAL Dennis Abrams, Cottage Hills. William Kondrick, East Alton. 217 Haller, Mrs. Lucille Carr, 313 Oak Dr., East Alton. DISMISSALS Aloysius Schmidt, Roxana. Charles Glmmeson, 211. Penning. Jesse McGee, East Alton. Mrs. Anna Lundak, 2930 Werges. Frederick Young, 620 BfbbksidS. Mrs. Eva Stumpf, Bethalto. !ari Russell, Cottage Hills. Roy Ridings, 2100 Orchard. Mrs. Margaret McPherson, East Alton. Gary Jackson, 48 Edwardsville'. Mrs. Marie Heneghan, East Alton Clifford Ferguson, Roxana. Lionel Martin, 503 Central. DeWitt Roberts, Rte. 1, E. Alton. DISCOUNT! Ladlen' and Misses' 4,95 to 9.95 FLATS Famous $ 4 nA Labels 1199 Others $1.00 to $2.09 All sizes and Colors In Lot WESTERN SHOE STOKES 804-06 E. Broadway Mote than two rtozeti in the country pflrUfih}*!** 1 tt competitive WeyeHht «i#nU lit 1962 as intercollegiate bike ftto* ing had its biggest year «tae« 1900. Mrs. Hulda DeSheriia, 81 Marguerite. „ ia Mrs. Martha flatten, Cottage ttltla "••Payment Troubles?-- - CONSOLIDATE - II you are unable to pay your payment*, dabti, W Will when due, arrange payment* you can afford regard* less of how much 6r how many ybu owe. One pla«e to pay. No co-signers or security needed! ALTON BUDGET PLAN 309 RIDGE Bonded and Licensed HO 5-2911 Saturdays 'Til Noon •••••••••IT at all THRIFTY DRUG STORES 3rd BIG WEEK PLAID® STAMPS BIDDEN TREASURE NO LIMIT TO THE NUMBER OF TIMES YOU MAY ENTER HUNDREDS of WINNERS ALREADY How long has It been since you enjoyed a banana shortcake—or bananas and cream—or just plain good-to-munch« on bananas? If It's been a while, make up for lost time and enjoyment by picking up a few pounds from the great crop of bananas at your A8»P. These are the best you can get—all golden-ripe and ready to bring that distinctive flavor to meals and snacks. The low, low price-per-pound will make it worth your while to buy extras, too. Lb. Watermelons Leaf Lettuce Fresh Apricots Red Ripe 23 to 25 Ib. HOME GROWN " Calif. Fancy Ea. tb. 99° Red Grapes 19c Juice Lemons 29° California Limes California Fancy California Fresh Ib. Doz. Doz. Ice Cream Morton Pot Pies Lemonade MEADOW GOLD REGULAR 89c Vi-Gal. Ctn. or Limeade Pure Sun 6 2 8-Oz. Pkgs. 6-Oz. Tins 69° $-100 29' "SUPER- RIGHT" BEEF Ground FRESH Several Times Daily GROUN CHUCK CENTER CUTS LOW PRICED BAR-B-Q SPECIALS Excellent items for the bar-b-que anytime ... but extra special at this A&P extra low special price . . . buy both today I "SUPER-RIGHT" FULLY COOKED HAM 33 6 to 7 Ib. avg. SHANK Portion Lb. Butt Portion Whole Ham Ham Steaks Wafer Sliced Ham 5 to 6 Ib. Avg. "Super-Right" to 20 Ib. avg. CENTER CUTS *43c a.49c % u. 59c or Presto Kingsford Allgood Brand Marvel Charcoal Starter * G«L 69' ANN PAGE BAR-B-Q Special Sale Save today Sauce IS-Oi. Btls. 87 Boneless Bee! Sliced Bacon Skinless Franks Boneless Beef Canned Hams Chicken Breasts Fresh Chicken Legs ARM ROAST "Super-Right" 2 "Super-Right" and other popular brands TOP or BOTTOM ROUND ROAST Pear Shaped 9 to 11 Ib. avg. FRESH never frozen 59' 99* 49« 99' -79° -49° "39' Pkg. Mb. Pka, tb. dexo Shortening Cocktail Potato Chips A&P's owi, ad- pure vegetabje shortening! 3u.. Tin Miracle Whip ^r Jr' SALAD DRESSING H9 CPHpon, Wo Um Whole Peeled Apricots Tuna Flakes Qt, Jar Sultana Grated Tuna Jone Parker Twin Pack — Regular 65c this week fovo 10c 1-Lb. Box 55 Pork 'n Beans ANN PAGE BIG SIZE 41-Ox. Tin 25 3 STORES TO SERVE YOU! 411 PIASA. ALTON t WASHINGTON SQUARE. ALTON f 20 W. EDWARDSVILLE, WOOD RIVER

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