Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1963 · Page 9
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July 8, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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MONDAY, JULV 8,1963 ALtON KV8N1NO MOB KM W ' Im &£<, yyottrtfps in t/w ;W^C5f S^ife24' \ T Y, o-'i ^*% %gr I- jr\, ^^k. 'Mf I lip*'iff tht'hbtttst sun;,. ncMLivyqwinur t , , u a a< ^"Vjt Sctrci aci vit«;i %<f "' V > > ,< « ' " £ i ' -, » * - ' [Jfjjgjit Aumnicf slttipat exciting shades,' I'dattfweCrimson ,\ -' t ' - $^JSO ie W0U:,, Carefree Orange '' (cfill< i, 2J It? Cpppar '<' Carefree Cinnamon pnc«»pKiotst iteKctl4^ f - .Carefree Mocha ' ' *- MU» *>* CARROLLTON — Miss Lindn Bflllard, 17, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Thomns Bfillnrrl of Cnrroll- on, is Ihe first Pork Qnpon o f Ot-ponn County ntid was selected Sndmlay morning at a contest leld in the Farm Bureau I3ulld- and was announced this morn- ng at the Greene County Fair luring the swine carcass contest. The conies! was sponsored hy he Greene County Swine Grow- rs Associalion and is the first •vent of its kind sponsored hy the Association. Miss Barhnrn Bow- 110.11, Hi, daufihter of Mrs. Wilbert foyer, received second plaee and vill bo a maid in the court of Miss Ballard during the Greene bounty Fair which opened today. 1 Miss Billiard will present t h e rophios in the swine department Hiring the fair, Ex-licsldcnt Dies CARROLLTON — Mrs. Erna [7SE rH/S FREE ENTRY BLANK. . .ENTER TODAY THIUITTY DRUfl STORES' MISS KISSABLE LIPS CONTEST PLACE LIP IMPRINTS HERE 12 FREE PRIZES PLACE YOUH Ull' IMPRINT IN SPACE AT l.lll-T, PILL IN HliLOW AND DEPOSIT UN- TRY AT ANY THRIFTY DRUG STORE. NOTHING TO nuvi NAME ADDRESS CITY AGE I UKn Brand Lipstick •fa Electric Hair Dryers •fa Coty Colognes & Perfumes THRIFTY DRUG STORES Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Linda Ballard Selected Pork Queen at Greene ID- Alton l'lii/.n nncl Wilshlre Open Monday Nlifhts I'll I) p.m. SUMMER CLEARANCE Ladies' Blouses By Macshoie and New Era Si/,i-H 28 to 88 K. $2.98 and .$8.»8 1.99 Ladies' Dresses Si/en 7 to '24 % K«!f. $7.!)8 to $17.08 OFF laffoty Mcbavld, wife of the late Frank Mcbnvld, died in Hlllsboro nst wook and funeral rites were r rlday at 3:30 p.m. nt Ihe Bass (•"unpral Homo in Hillsboro. Mrs. Mfbnvld, 81, was born in Carrollton, n tinughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Uaffpty, iml was a half-sister of C. K. Raf- ety, former Greene County cir- ••uirt clerk, who now resides in it. Petersburg, Fla. She is also i cousin of Edward Bowman of his city. She is survived hy ene son, Clarence McDavid, of Hills- 3oro. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bowman and their daughters, Mrs. .Tack Alfeld of CaiTollton and Mrs. Walor Wiggins of Riverside, went to Hillsboro Friday to attend t h e funeral. Cnrrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. A. R. Caldwell, who has been ill for several months at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Burkley Neavlllo, entered Barnes Hospital In St. Louis Friday for examination and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. James Neuschwander spent the weekend In Streator, where Mrs. Neuschwander attended the tenth reunion of her high school graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Woods have moved from a farm east of Carrollton to the farm north of Carrollton, formerly owned by Woods' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Woods. The first ship that arrived in New York under the tariff act of 1789 was the brigantine Persis which had sailed from Livorno, Italy, on Aug. 5. The miscellaneous cargo was consigned to William Seton, who paid $774.71, in duties. Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors-Available Now Without Prescription Stops Attacks in Minutes . . . Relief Lasts for Hours! Mew York, N. Y. (Spocl.D-The asthma formula prescribed more than any other by doctors for their private patients is now available to asthma sufferers without prescription. Medical testa proved this formula »tops asthma attacks in minutes and gives hours of freedom from recurrence of painful asthma spasms. This formula is so effective that it is the physician's leading asthma prescription—so safe when used as directed that now it can be sold without prescription in moit states —in tiny tablets called Primattne*. These Primatene Tablets open bronchial tubes, loosen congestion, relieve taut nervous tension. All without painful injections. • The secret is—Primatene combines 3 medicines (in full prescription strength) found most effective in combination for asthma distress. Each performs a special purpose. So look forward to sleep at night, and freedom from ssthma spasms. Get Primatene at any drugstore. L SAY COUPONS GOOD Through Wed., July 10 Fully Cooked, Ready to Eat H. Sliced lb - WITH THIS COUPON WoMh 30c Toward Purchase Fully Cooked — Wafer Sliced tLJ A HJ with riMIVI Coupon Ib. Limit 1 coupon per customer with additional $1.50 01 mor« pur* chaie of meati, groceriet or produce, not Including cigarette! or ony souponed Mem Coupon «*pirej after Wed., July Cutlomar mutt pay tatet lax Involved Rueckerf s Quickie Cook PIZZA LB. WITH THIS COUPON Till- f*ITV' Gnoe -- (?0 - i 1KI-UMY COUPON Worth 30e Toward Purchase Rueckert's Pizza Patties ££. ». VIlO 4 7 Limit 1 coupon per customtr with additional SI -50 or rnora pur chaie of meats, grotsrlei or produce, net Including elgaVfittei «r any couponed Item. Coupon expires after Wed., July 10. _ Customer mutt pay 30c j 0000000000000000 ixplr.! oll.r Wed., July 10. .j^g lalei tax Involved. 1 *""*™^"^ U.S. No. 1 Grade Washed Red Potatoes WITH THIS COUPON [20(. Worth 20c Toward Purchase U. S. No. 1 Grade—Red Hunt's Tomato IC lbs m Limit 1 coupon per customer with additional SI .50 or mar* pur* chase of meats, groceries or produce, not including cigarettes or any couponed Item. Coupon expires after Wed.. July 10. Customer muil pav salet tax involved Mil 15c T n I ; "A tTM^GHpc^coy + IKI-lllr COUPON Worth 15c Toward Purchase Hunt's Tomato SOUCGcoiipon 8-oz, cans WITH THIS COUPON Limit 1 coupon per customer with additional $1.50 or more purchase of meats, groceries or produce, not Including cigarettes or ._*. any couponed item. Coupon expires after Wed., July 10. Customer must pav to lei tax Involved C. W. Strawberry Preserves 1 * ]5<Jffi 15c 20c Tni OlTV ,p«oc-co. TRI-CilY COUPON Worth 20c Toward Purchase l^: C. W. Strawberry Preserves WITH THIS COUPON Limit 1 coupon per customer with additional 51.50-or more purchase of meats, groceries or produce, not Including cigarettes or any couponed Hem. Coupon expires after Wed., July 10. Customer must pay sales tax Involved. f"^ Libby's Tomato 2-lb. jar 49' Juice 46-oz. cans WITH THIS COUPON Worth 21 c Toward Purchase Libby's Tomato With Coupon Limit 1 coupon per cuitomei with additional $1.50 or more pur* (halt of moati, grocirlei or produce, not including clgareflei or any couponed item. Coupon expirei after Wed., July 10. Customer muit pov lalei ta* Involved Juice 111 Del Monte Fruit C TRI-CITY COUPON WITH THIS COUPON Worth lOc Toward Purchase Del Monte Fruit Cocktail 4% 2 Limit I coupon per cutlomei with .lodlllonal Jl.JO 01 mere put* chaie ot meoli, groc«rl*i or produce, not Including clgorettn of any couponed Hem. Coupon eipliei allot Wed., July 10. „ _ i Cuitomet mult pov lOc i k i (REST TOOTH PASTE Extra Large Tube WITH THIS COUPON 15t. Worth 15c Toward Purchas* With Extra Coupon tqrgfi Tooth Paste Tube Limit 1 coupon Pir cuilamei wIlK addltlgnal \\.iO *( eioit thoie of meoli, grocerlti or piodwn, not Including cljgdlHi or gny couponed Hem. Coupon e»pl'»i gfler Wed., July 10, Cuiiontfi muil pay ial.1 lo< Involved •M.

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