Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
Page 23
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MONDAY, JULY-i, 1863 ALTON EVMJSrG TELEGRAPH 11 Home EC 4-H Clubs In Jersey rfefscy Colin- tjr em-ollttient for the 4-H Home Economics Clubs Is now complete according (o Mrs. Ludene ,Jnne Hnrgls, liome adivsef. Tliere are 11 clubs organised this year With 184 Home EC 4-M'ers taking projects which Include foods, cloth- Ing, room Improvement and miscellaneous projects. The clubs organized and lead- ejfs aro; Bake and Stitch, Mrs. Leancle Young attd Mrs. Francis MeDaniels, Katie, enrollment 8| Brighton County Bees, a new club, Alberta Smith, lite. 1, Jerseyvllle leader, enrollment 6j Busy Beav eta, Mrs. ttenlner Rice, Jcrsey- ville, enrollment 13: Fidelity Busy Bees, Mrs. Herschel Fritz, Rte. 2, Jerseyvllle, Mrs, John W. QUlrk, Rte, 2 Medora and Mrs. Edwnrd Tonsor, Rte. 1 Medora, enrollment 20; FleldonvMome EC, Mrs. Kenneth Powers, Mrs. A. J. Wheaton, Mrs. Bill Rlnghausen, Mrs. Roy Bowers and Mrs. .Esther Holfslet- ter, Fleldon, enrollment 25; Humming Birds, new club, , Mrs. Del- bcrt ' Noble, Grafton; enrollment 26; Jolly Jills, Mrs. Gene Schuch, Dow and Mrs. Leotu Looper, Rte. 2, Godfrey, enrollment 15; Lucky 13, Mrs. Harold Parsell, Rte. 1 Jerseyvllle and Mrs. Dnvid Harper, Jerseyvllle, enrollment 18; Plasa Bluffs, Mrs. Edward Hoffman, Mrs. Earl • Gross, Mrs.. Morris Hall, Godfrey 1 , enrollment 12; Rosedale Hustlers, Mrs. P. L. Crull and Mrs. Emuel Plummet-, Grafton, enrollment 10; Town and Country, Mrs. Donald Raflis and Mrs. Robert Young, Rte. 1, Jerseyville, enrollment 31. The greatest increase in 4-H enrollment was in the first .year membership which increased from 47 last year to 71 this year. Judy Hoffman, a member of the Piasa Bluffs 4-H Club is enrolled in her eleyenth year which is the maximum time a 4-H'er may be enroll ed 1 in 4-H work. 48 Canines Vaccinated \ At Graf ton JERSEYVILLE — Forty eight dogs were vaccinated Friday ev ening in Grafton in an effort to stamp out the danger of rabies in Jersey County. Strays and un wanted animals >will be rounded up in the next few days and disposed of in a manner prescribed by statute. The first dog clinic was held the evening of June 26 in Otterville when approximately 30 ca nines were vaccinated. Illinois law forbids the ownership of a dog unless the animal ! is vaccinated annually. A dog which had been picked up in the Fieldon locality last week- died at an animal hospital here and subsequent examination at the Springfield state laboratory revealed the dog had died of positive rabies. Two Treated. at Jersey Hospital JERSEYVfLLE — Carole Bayer of Alton was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital for treatment at 10:45 p.m. Friday after a collision four miles west of here. Her car hit some loose gravel causing the accident. Miss Bayer incurred a laceration of the scalp. She was released after .' treatment in the hospital. • Richard Munslerman of Jersey, ville sustained a fracture of the right, shoulder in an accident at . his home and was treated Saturday morning at the Jersey Hospital. Mr. Munsterman slipped on the porch of his home and fell causing the break. Following treatment at the hospital he was released. New York Ends Mandatory-Death In Murder Cases ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The mandatory death penalty for persons convicted of premeditated murder was abolished in New York State today. Under a law effective .today, theiienalty for premeditated murder will be Hie Imprisonment unless the jury, meeting in a separate session after returning a verdict, agrees, unanimously on the death penalty. New Yprl? thtis became the last state in tlie nation to eliminate the mandatory., death swtejice In convictions tqr premeditated rour der, -'•'•;'" ' v ' In the change, the state also hns eliminated a long-standing dis tinctlon between first-degree mur ders-*preme<JJtated and felony. "Felony murder" is the designation lor JB slaying cQjrjmitted during a crime, such as robbery or a^son, and not necessarily pro- meditated, All' persons who participate in the crime are subject to charge&.pf Jirst-degree murder, regardless of which one did the actual killing. , L 'Hsmqefejrth, there will, be no tthqtien in, first-degree murder caees 14 i^tlnf tlw penalty- It Utf Jlte imprisonment unless jury recommends death. • _ i*..-**! ^iggZf STAMPS With WITH THIS COUPON v itbliM tnis COUPON ton 100 FREE EAGLE STAMPS p.hase 6f $7.60 er mare Mi Groceries or Produce (excluding co or- Fresh Mtlk Preducfs). fUdeemobl* at Yftur National Feed Store Offer Good thru Saturday, July 6th mil On* Coupon to A Family To- BIG BUYS FOR THE,, BIG HOLIDAY VALUES, PLUS EAGLE STAMPS Lean, Meaf-y, Fine For Barbecue, 3 Lbs. and down. SPARBHBS CLOSED JULY 4th 45c We Retwv* Tim Right To Limit gltifitltlH Mlckelberry's Old Fnshlnned, Smoked Link POLISH SAUSAGE !b Hickory Smoked, 1st Cuts, 2 to 3 Lb, Average MAYROSE PIECE BACON lb 49c National 1 ! Top Taste AC, By The Piece BRAUNSCHWEICER lb. 39c Smokid, By th« Plot* MAYROSETHURINCER U. S. Govl. Graded Choice, Arm or Chuck, Bentltit ROLLED BEEF ROAST Rotl'.serlo Roodyl Boston-Style, Boneless ROLLED PORK ROAST Rotisserie or Oven-Ready, U. S. Inspected, Beltsville Young Tender TURKEYS Small, 6 to 10 Pound Average Lb. REDEEM THIS COUPON FOR 50 EXTRA EAGLE STAMPS WHEN YOU PURCHASE A 2 Lb. Package Top Tail*, Ranch-StyU 5j THICK-SLICED BACON f RerUemabla at your Friendly National I Food Star*. Offer explr** Wed., July 3rd. Grill Ready! U. S. Inspected, Farm Fresh, Spring Fryer Breast Quarters Grill Roadyl U. S. Inspected, Farm Fresh Leg and Thigh Quarters Swift's Premium, All Meat Skinless Wieners Do you think of ground beef at a "special" meat to lerve? Bet you will when you discover National's fresh lean ground beef, Notice that fresh bright color. See how jruly lean If Is, too — won't waste away while you're cooking. And the flavor? . . . Extra special! It's Na- tional's own Fresh Ground Beef which always meant an extra measure of wonderful flavor. Get lean ground beef — ground fresh many tlmei a day at National. HOLIDAY FRUIT At your Friendly National you'll.find an exciting array of California Fresh Fruts —• Nectarines, Santa Rosa Plums, Strawberries, 3 varieties of Grapes, Apricots and Cherries — They're all delicious and priced right. National's, Regular Quality Fresh, Lean Lb. tail* 0' Sea Breaded Cod, Cerrh or 10-OZ. Haddock Grill Roadyl U. S. Inspected, Farm Fresh, Spring ' ' A^j^ "'' 0/C Swift's Premium, Vacuum Cooked 3-lb. Canned Ham size 5 Pound Size Can $3.79 FOR THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG 12-oz. Bottles - in Carton Easy Lift Liquid Detergent Heifetz Kosher or Regular Hamburger Dills So-Freih Pretzel Sticks 32- oz. size 12-oz. pkg. 53c 29c 25c WITH COUPON 3 Diamonds, Sliced Pineapple Open Pit Barbecue Sauce Natco Stuffed Olives PLUS DEPOSIT 4 22 ?100 28-oz. btls. 10-oz. jar 49c 59c REFRESHING fi 12-oz. OQ« PEPSI-COLA «» Btls. »»3w WITH THIS OUPON And a $1.50 purchase or more excluding Freth Milk Producli. Redeemable al your Friendly National Food Store. Offer expires Wed., July 3rd. Limit One Coupon To A Family. FREE-RIPENED NECTARINES^ Full of Juice and Fine Flavor, a Prime Delicacy. They will add an extra touch of smartness to your Fruit Bowl. "• ' Paper Plates 100-IN PICNIC FEATURE! PKG. 79° Hot Dog Buns OR HAMBURGER A 8-1 TOP TASTE / PKGS. 2 a 39- So Fresh Fig Bars Weston's 2 ft 39c Doumak Miniature Marshmallows 2 lO'/z-oz. A A pkgs. O9G 8-oz. Fresh Tender Green Broccoli la 'V* s > le > Sweet-Eating Honey Dew Melons ettch C A** S9C Marshmallow Delights Kobey Shoestring Potatoes 2 No.2J AA- cans UvV Firm Red-Ripe Salad Tomatoes Fresh Tender Golden Sweet Corn HEIFETZ REGULAR OR DILL Hamburger Dills » 19c 5 - 39c Easy Life Charcoal Briquettes Briquettes 4 A IU lb. bi '« Weston's Assorted 14-OZ. George Inn Cookies 29c Medley 20 in Plastic-Coated Plates Froshlike Sweet Peas Tatty Del Monte Catsup 14-oz. cans t 14-oz. btls. 39c $100 69c EASY LIFE 20 • 99 C Potato Chips MB. SO FRESH BOX 49' QUART JAR 4% 4%, BEEF, CHICKEN or TURKEY 29 BANQUET POT PIES Safe low Suds CONDENSED DASH for Automatic Dlshwaiheri CASCADE . > • One*, Ovor, Pine-Fresh SPIC AND SPAN , 77c Tatty FRENCH MUSTARD Tosty FRENCH MUSTARD \ We Off NESTEA INSTANT TEA Jar 10c Off NESTEA INSTANT TEA Fresh Crisp POST CORN FLAKES 2C67C H.29 In Apothecary jar INSTANT SANKA f %';99c IN ALTON SHOP AT ^ IN EAST ALTON AT SoS DELMAR AYE, •lASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER The Wash Day Mlracl* TIDE 2p8:67c Gives A Deeper, Fresher White 39c BLUE CHEER America's Greatest Total Wash Day Valvi PREMIUM DUZ .8S99c ••••••••••••••••MMMM^MIMIMMMBMiHIHHHMIIIiMWIil''M''*'l'B'* IN WOOD RIVER AT 337 E, FERGUSON AVE,

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