Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 11, 1963
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Page* 21*88 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sports Ammem&nt* v< 1 Established Jamtory £ 1S36. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1963 ?c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press, tifiisin SALAIJ „/ GtiEENVlLLE, Ohio The four. •members bf Green* Villa's VfetcHms of foreign .Wais color guard eftn wear their, World War 11 uniforms in pft* radea again, fiut It took some doing. ' to get mto their Uttffot-ms! B6b Slortaker, t^aul Niley, Cur ley Faehl and Lowell Martin lived on greeh salads and cal ofld*t'educed diets for severa weeks. VETERANS LINOLEUM & RUG MONEY SAVING TILE SALE! Downtown Wood River 9"x9" ASPHALT \ TILE 5 Mn* VINYL TILE 9 En. • Hundreds of Cartons in Stock to Choose From! DuPont's LUCITE® PAINT SALE! WALL PAINT Reg. $7.50 Gal. $C95 OUTSIDE WHITE HOUSE PAINT Reg. $8.55 Gal. Gal, 5 Gal. PLASTIC WALL TILE All Colors. 1'usU: and Trim Available. ItcK. 2!)o S(|. Ft. Now *% -^ Ea. or Kic Only 8(1. ft. Smart Modern Lnpkt CONOJJTK COUNTER TOPPING Regular 08c Square Foot 59c Tmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Heavy Vo" Com. Grade VINYL FLOOR TILE • Reg. 50c ca. • Slltrht Imp. • NOW . . . . " ^ Ea. SAVE MORE Fri, and Sat, National A'dv. Brands VINYL LINOLEUM 1C REG. S1.49SQ. YD. Sq. Yd. 15 VETERANS Linoleum and Rug 10 W. I'eruuson, Downtown Wood River Dial CL 4-2457 We Deliver. We Cnrry DuPont's Luclte Wall Palntl Jersey 4-H Delegates Picked for State Fair JERSEYV1LLE - State fair representatives were chosen at the food demonstrations judging of Jersey County 4-H Clubs Tuesday at the Farm Bureau building. Donna Brueggeman, daughter of Mrs. John W. Quirk, who Is a member of the Fidelity Busy Sees Club was selected to demonstrate her "Bread Pudding" at the Illinois Slate Fair in Springfield next month. Carol Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Cox, from Lucky 14 Club, was named to attend classes with Miss Brueggeman. She demonstrated "Meat Loaf." Third place went to Wanona Fritz, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -Icrschel Fritz, of Fidelity Busy 3ees, who demonstrated "Individual Pizza". Demonstration of "Breaded Pork Chops" by Marilyn Crull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lavernc Crull of Rosedale Hustlers," placed fourth in the judging, and ifth place went to Theresa Kal al, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kallal, for her demonstra- ion of "Oatmeal Drop Cookies." She is from Rosedale Hustlers. In the event one of the two tale Fair delegates is unable to attend an alternate will be seeded from those next in line. Other demonstrations presented vere "Bake and Stitch" by Ro- jerla Frost, daughter of M r s. Tloyd Frost; who received an "A2 •aling; "Freezing" by Peggy Is- inghausen of Fieldon Home EC; 'Sandwich Loaf" by Sharon Ton- ior of Fidelity Busy Bees; "Nut Bread" by Carol Gettings, Fiel- lon Hohe EC; and "Meat Loaf" Joyce Scott of Rosedale Hust ers. The food demonstrations were udged by Mrs. Paul Erb, for- SYD'S SHOES <> I FOR Buy One Pair Get Second Pair ALL STYLES ARE ON DISPLAY RACKS - JUST PICK OUT ANY SHOE YOU LIKE AND TRY IT ON. HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: BUY ONE PAIR OF WOMEN'S SHOES AT REGULAR PRICE, GET THE 2nd PAIR UP TO EQUAL VALUE FREE! UNBELIEVABLE BUT TRUE!! CHILDREN'S SHOES RED GOOSE Values to 7.99 FRIDAY - SATURDAY ONLY Our Tivice-Yearly Special Sale! . YANIGANS SCHOOL CHUMS ,:t;; 397 MEN'S SHOES FRIDAY. - SAT. ONLY ALL MEN'S SHOES DRESS & WORK IN NEWEST STYLES 20 % OFF! SYD'S t FRII PARKINS AT UAR 26 E, FERGUSON WOOD RIVER • vse OUR i»w REAR ENTRANCE mer Jersey County home adviser and a teacher In Unit 100, and Mrs. Gwen Ford of the Central Illinois Public Service Co. Flower arrangements were also judged Tuesday. The entry of Kathy Searls daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Searls, a member of Fidelity Busy Bees Club was chosen for the state fair. First alternate is Laura Rich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rich; and second alternate is Joyce Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Moore. All are members of the Fidelity Busy Bees. In the room improvement category, table covers entered by the following will be sent to the state fair; Sherry Gaffney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gaffney of Fidelity Busy Bees; Susan Beach and Cynthia Beach, both daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beach, members of Lucky 13 Club. Flower arrangements and room improvement projects were judged by Mrs. Mary Knecht, assistant home adviser of Madison County. Miscellaneous projects judged included; greeting cards, baby sitting, bird study, photography and candles. These will be on display at the Jersey County Fair next week. Honeybees handle about 80 per cent of all the pollination done by insects. Edwardsville Band Concert Tonight EDWARDSVILLE — Program or tonight's Municipal Band con .cert, to be held at 8 p.m. in City Park, will be: Theme, "Muny Band Presents," with introductory remarks by Jim Boyle; "His Honor," march; "A Sweet Old Fashioned Girl;" "The Universal Judgment;" "Review of the Allied-African Command;" "Wonderland by Night;" "Shield of Liberty" march. Intermission; "Einzugs Marsch"; "West Side Story" selections; "Tennessee Waltz"; "Parade of the Charioteers" from "Ben Hur;" "The Syncopated Clock"; "At The Gremlin Ball"; "Manhattan Beach" march. The concession stand will be operated by the Explorer Scouts. Next week's concert will feature a big dance band from within the band. The first concert in August will be an exchange concert, with the Highland Municipal Band playing here Aug. 1 and the Edwardsville Municipal Band playing at Highland Aug. 2. The fertilized eggs of grunion develop in the sand, and when the waters of the next tide again submerge the beach, the newly hatcher grunion swim out to sea. FOOTPRlNfS OF ITS COLLEGES CLAREMONT, Calif (ffi — This citl, home of six colleges, is experimenting with a plan to put ceramic seals of the colleges in its sidewalks. The Scripps Colleke seal, in color and about eight inches in diameter, has been imbedded in the sidewalk in downtown Claremont. City officials and George De- Beeson, who made the seal, check regularly to sec how it Is holding;;. up under foot traffic. If they do-j: cide it is durable enough, they wiitf propose that a service elub' f ffti- dertake the project of Installing all the colleges' seals. 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NO MONEY DOWN, S5 A MONTH * * HI-FIDELITY PLASTICIZED | Protected Tops Furnished For Your Luxury Living COMPLETE 9-PC. LI VING ROOM FEATURES SOLID FOAM COMFORT! SPECIAL LOW PRICE NO MONEY DOWN PAY JUST $9 A MONTH Handsome Sofa and matching Lounge Chair with cloud-soft 100% FOAM and reversible zippered cushions . . . Choice of decorator colors . . , PLUSt 3 lovely walnut finished tables, 2 beautiful lamps and 2 accent pillows. privacy of our onice, OPEN MON., THURS. & FRI. TIL 9 P.M. nion TRUST US-OVER 4 MILLION HAVl SINCE !«'>» t 300 EAST BROADWAY 4 BIG STORES TO SERVE YOU! Completely Ait Conditioned * St, Louis, 11th & Franklin * E, St. Louis, 227 Coll'vlllo • Granite City, Nineteenth and Delmar FREE 5TORESIDE PARKING

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