Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 10, 1963
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MElttcAL Gary Lynn, Godfrey. Loretta Emmons, 2116 Clawson. Mrs. Evelyn Toldon, Granite City. Mrs. Bernico Nelson, Bethalto. Helen Black, East Alton. SURGICAL Troy Smith. 500 Goodfellow. Mrs. Carrie Mathis, Moro. Clyde Miller, Bethnlto. Kenneth Barton, East Alton. Mrs. Maude Walker, 519 Grove. Edward Jones, Dorchester. Mrs. Marjorie Kaufman, 618a Spring. Jackson McClure, Carrollton. John O'Neill, 445 E. 12th. DISMISSALS Lester Large, Bunker Hill. Darrell Redman, Altamont. Mrs. Albertha Johnson, 2637 Sanford. Stanley Hawkins, Cottage Hills. Howard Cathorall, Bethalto. Cynthia Aldrich, 423 George. "Edwin Bratten, Livingston. Jeffery Bunting, 1301 Willard. Tom Brumley, Wood River. 'Mrs. Rose Baldwin, 2453 Seminary John Moore, 3405 McArthur. Richard Phelps, 404 E. 10th. Leo B. Zimmer, College Avenue. Charles Foster, East Alton. Nancy Linn, Carrollton. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Mabel Show, 3304 Mayfield. Beam-on Hastings, Rt. 2, Godfrey Edgar Paynter, 2809 Fernwood. Mrs. Virginia Leuty, 229 Wash ington, East Alton. Mrs. Cora Franklin, Godfrey. Elmer Kennedy, 209 W. 16th. Vlrs. Mary Morris, 3306 Leroy. Vliss Beverly Turner, 1716 Milland, East Alton. William Bryant, Cottage Hills. Fred Schumacher, Alhambra. DISMISSALS Alex Lacout, Wood River. William Sherman, Rte. 1, Bethalto Mrs. Evelyn MacLeod, 2300 Hoi- man. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Xftt, talk, laugh or sneeze without fear of Insecure false teeth dropping:, •lipping or wobbling. PASTEETH holds plates firmer and more comfortably. This pleasant powder has no gummy, gooey.'pasty taste or feeling. Docan t cause nausea. It's alknlln* (non-acid). Checka "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEET3* 4nig counters everywhere- St. Joseph's MEDICAL Joseph Johnson, 1721 Rodgers. Mrs. Annie Denton, 1607 Belle. Rodney Eudy. 207 Dooley. Gary Sheff. 314 Oak. Virgil Alexander, 916 W. 9th. Mrs. Marie Kiel, Rtc. 2, Godfrey. Edward Berghoff, 3804 College. Mrs. Nora Rnut, EriwardsviHe. SURGICAL Stanley Hauschild, Gillospie. Miss Elsie Sloan, Edwardsville. Mrs. Nina Vetter, G01 Lincoln, East Alton. Miss Henrietta Bregcnzer, 719 Hoffman. Miss Joan Feuquay, 3304 Mission. Dale Dick, 1900 N. Rodgers. Mrs. Betty McBride, Hartford. Anicato Ramirez, 8 Wood River Ave., Wood River. Mrs. Idella Schaefer, Piasa. DISMISSALS Mrs. Matha Behrend, Edwardsville. Mrs. Edna Brown, 3057 Alby. Berray Davis, Carrollton. Miss Lucille Edwards, 1915 Piasa Fred Harshbarger, 645 Fifth. Lisa Henson, 1007 McPherson. Floyd Johnson, 810 Ridge. ; Mrs. Geraldine Larsh, 205 E. 12th Mrs. Michelle McGee, 804 Brown. John Rhoades, 3101 Fernwood. Mrs. Beverly Roark, West Alton. Lloyd Williams, 525 Miami. READY TO POUR CONCRETE Grading on a section of road from Fosterburg north has been completed. Concrete for the new two-lane highway will be poured soon as rails for tho concrete machine can be laid. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Joe Arnold, Jerseyville. Mrs. Ross Rowling, Grafton. LIKE TO SELL? SATISFYING CREATIVE POSITION WITH OLD ESTABLISHED LOCAL COMPANY. YOU'LL NEED AMBITION, AN EAGER OUTLOOK AND A FLAIR FOR CREATING. SELL YOURSELF IN WRITING FULLY TO BOX 870 c/o ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Mrs. Ervln Hancock, Rockbridge. DISMISSALS Mrs. Charles Chandler. Dow. Mrs. Dale DaiT, Mcdora. Paul Smith, Jerseyville. Charles Kinder, Golden Eagle. Mrs. Josephine Ruyle, Pearl. Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Irene Sutton, Roxana. Joseph Hackethal, Bethalto. Jimmie Pollard, Bethallo. August Stade, Cottage Hills. SURGICAL Mrs. Janet Stewart, 1948 Rodger; 'Mrs. Allie Krueger, 576 Leslie. Mrs. Dahlia Callender, Cottage Hills. Robert Goodbrake, Bethalto. Mrs. Betty Stirman, St. Louis. DISMISSALS John Pruitt, 3108 Trumble. Bryan Outhouse, Rte. 1, E. Alton. Adolphus Anglin, 265 W. 19th. Dennis Outhouse, Rte. 1, E. Alton Mrs. Lucille Carr, East Alton. Edward Pizinger, Wood River. Mrs. Mildred Droege, East Alton Robert McGowen, Godfrey. NEW DELHI — India pronoses to start a string of government owned bakeries to encourage people to consume wheat Instead of rice. LONDON — Five million Amer lean bees were flown here recent ly to re-stock hives which have Tri-City Port District Gets $141,080 Appropriation WEDNESDAY, JULY 10,1963 Medom Alumni SPRINGFIELD, 111. (Special) —Gov. Otto Kerner has signed General Assembly-approved bill, appropriating $141,080 for the Tri-City Regional Port Dis- :rict, into law. The measure, which had State Rep. L. C. Harris (D-Granlte City), as chief author is part of ah omnibus bill oppropriallng overall $22,396,319 to specific wards, commissions and state agencies. The appropriation for the Tri- City District provides that $58,400 will be for personal services; $2,300 for extra help; f70,780 for constructural serv* inces; $7,600 for travel, and $2,000 for stationery, printing and office supplies. Other agencies receiving appropriation in the bill, Included: Illinois Athletic Commission $100,192; Civil Defense Agency $914,705; State Historial Library $547,797; Liquor Control Com mission $830,643; School Building Commission $6,552,201; 'lli- nois Racing Board $1,192,245; Joliet Regional Port Distric Graftoti Youths Home From Camp GRAFTON — A group of girls and boys returned home Sunday 'rom Kaiser, Mo., where they spent the Week at Educational lamp at Lake of the Ozarks State Park. The group included Glynn and Marguerite Goodwin, John and Mahr.y Jones, Deborah and Pamela Parrott, Charles and Marilyn Burns, Jane Switzer, Linda Purdy, Donald Watson and Michae Pressley. Mrs. Glynn Goodwin, Mrs Louis Jones, Mrs. Fern Par rott, Mrs. Hubert Pressley and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson went to Kaiser Sunday to bring the children home. Guests at Frcinmii Homo Grafton — Mr. and Mrs. Cat Keisler of Alton were dinner guests Monday at the home 0 Mrs. M. T. Freiman. Othei guests Monday at the Freiman home were: Mr. and Mrs. L. C Grecr and daughters, Linda rom a v&cattoti o their home In Alton. Visiting Bfuightef- GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold have gone to Bunker Hill where Mr. Arnold Is con- •alescing at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Sarah Chestnut, after being released Monday from St. Joseph's Hospital In Alton where he was a medical patient. Sunday Quests GftAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mears and family of Greenfield were guests Sunday at the home of the formers Uncle and Aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Overmeyer. Reunion-Set For July MEDORA - Hie ni reunion of graduates of Medofa Ugh School and their families will he Sunday, July 28, nt the American Legion building in Medora. The meeting will begin with a basket dinner at 12:30 p.m. A business meeting will be at 2 p.m. Co-chairmen for this years meeting are Thomas Frueh nnd Russell Lowls. AVOID MISERY MIAMI (A')—Or. 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Men's White Work Sold by Bag Only V REG. 25c EVEN-FLO BOTTLES Reg. $1.98 Silieone IRONING BOARD PAD and COYER SET Reg. 29c DIAPER PINS Per Card Reg. 39c Famous Brand DIAPER SHIRTS V/ REG. $1.00 LOVABLE BRAS 84* Size 28 to 44 REG. $1.50 LOVABLE BRAS $ 1 29 Size 28 to 38 SPECIAL PRICE THRU SATURDAY SAVE NOW—Hurry In—SAVE NOW $5.98 Value Men's High Top WORK $•! 96 SHOES | Size 7 to 12 Heavy Crepe Sole EVER! DOLLAR CORNER OF WASHINGTON & COLLEGE OPEN SUNDAY t?i30 TO 6 P,M, — DAILY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. PUREX BLEACH HALF GAL PUREX IGA LIQUID 32-oz. 29 C IGA Powdered Donuts DETERGENT 39c 49c 22-oz. Fresher — Hmldock or Cod FISH STEAKS Sen Puss FISH STICKS . *y 12 Oz. OQf* 14 -oz. RQ|k 12 Pkg. 29' U.S. Gov't. Inspected Grnde "A" SMALL TURKEYS Made from Lean Cuts ] 00% U. 5. Govr. Inspected Beef 4 to 10 Lb. Avg.—Lb. ScotTissue a SCOT TISSUE Asst. or White 4 ROI.S 49c Scotties— Asst. or White FACIAL TISSUES . WALDORF TISSUE . Asst. and White— SCOT TOWELS , . , . Del Monte CATSUP CUBE STEAKS 2 OZ. PORTION IGA TABLERITE HUCK Ib. 39 C IGA Tablerite SLICED BACON . . . . Morrell—Huner—Armour—Krey ALL MEAT BOLOGNA ACTIVE — Giant Size LI). the IGA Tablerite 59c GROUND BEEF .... 2 89c IGA Tablerite—Lean 39c BONELESS STEW .... 69c 140* 3 <• 49' ALL . . - . IGA — Large Loaf SANDWICH BREAD . . . . 2 ,., 49' KOOLADE Orange — pineapple-Grapefruit — Grape — Lemon — Lemon-Grape — Lemon Lime — Cherry — Black Cherry — Strawberry, Raspberry — Tangerine — Boot Beer — Cherry Lime. 12 ** 49c Ideal for Barbecue—Fresh SPARE RIBS ' 49c Sliced—Spiced LUNCHEON MEAT . . . 49c Meudowlake MARGARINE Pet Instant GOOP HAND CLEANER . . . . . o, 49' AMfRlCAN CHEESE .~ . . ^ 29* DRY MILK '-89' NESTLE'S Chocolate or Strawberry - POTATOCHIPS ...... .o. 59' QUIK °"°.-- 39 C C & H or DOMINO PURE CANE , SUN RIPE CRUSHED PINEAPPLE •• <f 00 __ _ "I piik.1 nlBE TinDIT DIUCADDI C *^ CrtlK; I SUGAR $119 .10 IBS. V j[ With Additional Purchase of $5,00 or More, Limit One Please CHEERIOS WHEATIES IGA TABLE FRESH FOODS Fresh California Thompson Seedless GRAPES - 29* Large sweet white clusters/ FRESH WASHINGTON STATE Juicy big black bings! BING CHERRIES > 39c ''FRESH "SUN GRANDE" CALIFORNIA NECTARINES . . 2«*49c FRESH CALIFORNIA VALENCIA ORANGES .... 2 $1,00 FRESH GREEN CUCUMBERS 3 29c GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 2' 19c CALIFORNIA VINE RIPENED CANTALOUPES Extra Large Jumbo 27 Slice Luscious jjolden honey • sweet fluvor. Just wonderful eaten with IGA Tablorite Ice Cream. 4» S 1 $100 SUN RIPE CRUSHED PINEAPPLE SUN RIPE TIDBIT PINEAPPLE SUN RIPE OR GEISHA GIRL SLICED PINEAPPLE Mix or Match IGA SWEET PEAS, WHOLE TOMATOES CUT GREEN BEANS IGA Whole Kernel 303 CORN PINEAPPLE-G DEL MONTE 303 Cans PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT DRINK 2 40-02. 3 w 79" IGA FLOUR S i*. Bag IGA PANCAKE MIX 2-29' IGA FRESH FROZEN FOODS MIX OR MATCH BANQUET CREAM PIES BANANA CHOCOLATE COCOANUT- STRAWBERRY 3 - 89 C IGA ORANGE JUICE . a Oz. <J DO* Cant 0 For 00V Ore IGA SHOESTRING POTATOES 3 SI IGA Butter Pecan COFFEE CAKE ,,,,,, 69c Bethalto IGA Super Market 126 S, Prairie Bethalto 8 A.AI. to a P.M. Dally Except Friday Open 'Til 8 $00 P.M. STAHL'S IGA Market Fosterburg Open 7 A.RI. to 7 P.M. Dully > CAMPBELL'S IGA Market 614 N, Delmar Hartford Open 6130 A.M. to fi:80 P.M. Dally CHARLIE'S IGA Market 301 Sinclair So. Roxana Store Hours: 7 A.M. to 6 J».ftl. Pally 6th ST. SUPER IGA Market 8 8». BUI st. Wood River Store Hours: 8 to 8 Dully Except Thum. and Frl* Open to 7 Ws Roitrve th$ Rlaht To Umlt

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