Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 11, 1963
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PAtlB EVENING fHUKSDAY, Jt*LV 11,1563 lospital Notm St, MfcMC Miss Catherine I. Schwegel, 2209 Morning Star fcrive. MfS. Dorothy Goyak, Staunton. Mrs. &thefMD\irb f iri, 276 Tenth Mrs. Eslhe"r Wiefcerihauser, East Alton. Jack Hawk, East Alton. James Ghaney ( East Alton. Mrs. Nelie Ellspetmahn, Bethalto. Mrs. Margaret Hurst, Bunker Hill Shafee Wdotciv Belhalto. Ralph Valdes, East Alton. Mrs. Marie Lowe, 115 Park. John D. Woodward, 335 Lorena. Cdimmmiiy MfttitcAL William McAdams, Jerseyvlllev Mrs. John Simon, Balctitbwh. SURGlCAl, Mrs. Newell MHom* Jerseyville. Eugene Perdun, Jerseyvllie DISMISSALS Mrs. Gall Schwafz, East Alton. Judy CWnman, Jerseyville,, Mrs. Veima Surfeoft, Hat-din. Mrs, Getald filufnenbuerg, Hamburg. Mrs. Carl IfigersoU, Marditt. Sernard Kiel, Meppeii St, Atitliony's MrGtMOAL Peter Voumafd, 2413 Judson. Mrs. Rose Volgef, 900 Dahfbfth. Mrs. Virginia Plttman, fiethalto. Mrs. Charlotte Miller, 601 Wyss. Mrs. Bonny ¥agef, 412 ftoiler Girl; In Fall While Playing Sharoti «aUis, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sauls, of 1113. Alpine Drive, Godfrey, was visiting a cousin in Hartford wed nesdny and wns playing in thfc yard when she tripped and broke her arm. , . Sharon was running past a small garden protected by A lott- High wire fence, when she (Jqugnt her foot in the lop wire, throwing her to the ground. She wns taken to Alton MemotWl Hotpltai where she was treatetffb'f « Sptalfled left shoulder and bfokett teft attn, and then admitted. .1 I, .?..*, Spread over 423 square miles, the fati ot- New Vbtk has 200 deep-water piers With berths for more than 400 oceafl-gflfig ships. Wesley Pat-fish, 3621 Aberdeen. Mrs. Margaret Leonard, Godfrey Walter Pancher, Edwardsville. Mrs. Mary Foster, 213 Niagara, East Alton. Kenneth Buttry, 2808 North. Gary Gusewelle, \Vorden. Eatl K. Long, 2618 Denny. R6lHh Shea, 826 E. Seventh. Mrs. Nancy Bunker, Grafton. Clifton Beach, 3024 Alby. Mrs. Mary McCleLsh, 419 Central. DISfittSSALS Mrs. Bonita Boyles, East Alton. Mrs. Eleanor Cllne, EdwardsVille Mrs. Joan Downes, 1612 Maple. Mrs. Juanita Kennedy, Bethalto. Mrs. Lois Leach, Wood River. Mrs. Matilda Meyers, Wood River Mrs. Lena NeWilotti, 1109 Pearl. Mrs. Elizabeth Shaw, 18 E. Fifth. Mrs. Josephine Vatole, 3700 Coronado. Mrs. Isabel Buffington, East Alton Mrs. Joannine Garvey, Godfrey, Russell Reynolds, West Alton. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Robert Brown, 1003 Fourth. Jane Balsters, Bethalto. Mrs. Carmen Sibley, Bethalto. SURGICAL Mrs. Violet Sitze, 2417 Valley, Mrs. Carole Gross, Brighton. James Adams, Granite City. Mrs. Peggy Wilson, Roxana. Mrs. Laverna Baker, 2625 Plain view. Mrs. Laverne Neumann, Bethalto Mrs. Helen Woods, 1722 Feldwisch. John Mitchell, 1116 Quincy. Mrs. Leola Reuhrup, Bethalto. Sharon Sauls, Godfrey. Imogene Herring, 2221 Central. Robert Goodwin, 507 Marsh. DISMISSALS Mrs. Barbara Anderson, 'South Roxana. Mrs. Jean Elzy, 3229 Belle. Mrs. Sandra Wardlow, East Alton Mrs. Charlotte Jones, 105 Elm. Edward Thomas, Bethalto. Mrs. Mary Birt, Medora. Mrs. Florence Webb, 1713 Feldwisch. Miss Roberta Gayan, 2520 Delia. Mrs. Mildred Roberts, East Alton Mrs. Florence Dour, Collinsville. Ray Crawford, Wood River. Timothy Harrawood, 3114 Mission Mrs. Mary Howard, Godfrey. Mrs. Dorothy Harris, Godfrey. John O'Neill, 445 E. 12th. Vonna Lawrence, East Alton. Susan Roberts, 2824 Edwards. Clarence Brooks, Springfield. Leslie Guthrie, Bethalto. Patricia Dycus, Wood River. Donald McDaniel, Hartford. David Batchelor, 3661 Western. Sarah Oliver, 2005 Residence. Gerald Oseland, 2001 Clawson. Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Ida McDonald, Godfrey. Mrs. Nan Hackethal, 511 Twelfth. Gaetano Ceppenati, Rte. 1, Bethalto. Lanny D. Yates, 89 Shamrock, East Alton. Mrs. Nellie Lawrence, Worden. SURGICAL Clifford Hammond, 318 Kennedy, Eact Alton, Mrs. Vicki Brown, 730 Fourth. Miss Betty Copela7id, Hartford. DISMISSALS Russell Pinkerton, 131 Eaton. Mrs. Dora Hendricks, 464 Third. Dinnerware Porcelain KELSON DIETS W 8 MARKET Sanford at Main St. HO 3-0694 Phones HO 2-0095 SHURFINE 46-OZ. CAN JUICE JAMBOREE Natural Orange Juice 55c Grapefruit Juice 45c Orange-Grapefruit ...B3c Apricol Nectai 45c Apple Juice 33c Tomato Juice 29e Fruit Jamboree No. 'l¥i Cuns S.F. Fruit Cocktail .,..2/69e F. King Bartlett Tears, 2/65c Elmilale Pears 2/"J3c Elntilale Peaches 2/59c Shur/ino Peaches_.^.jj2/61o SiF~Cran7 Sauce, 303, 2/39o Apple Sauce, 303 2/33c Grapefruit Sections, 303, 29c Libby's Pineapple, No. 2, 2/75c Crush Pineapple, No. 8,JJ/69c All GrrAsparagus, 300, 2/59c Canipbell's Beans. 3 cans 29c Black Pepper . .4-oz. can Sic Taylor's Chili, No. 8 can «9c S.F. Salad Dressing Qt. 880 Brooms, 5 String. .Only $1.29 Brooks' Catsup -.2 12-oz. 37c LJpton Tea, 48 in ..Pkg. 69c Old Judge COFFEE . Lib. CEc Cans VV MHnot ...... 3 tall cuns 28o Powdered Sugar ..., Ib. I0c IJrowJi Sugar • Ib. Ive 8,F. Shortening ...3 Iba. ago Fresh Or'nd Hamburger-. Ibs, Skinless Wiener*, IP. pb.K. 40e Boiled Ham ..,,..H'lb- *g° Cooked Salami Ib, 69c Bologna, Po. ....,.,,,,Ib, 3»o PC., IP. 48o Hunter's Fancy EQc Book Baoon .-"IP. WW OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 P.M.! OPEN KVKBV NIGHT 'TIL 8 P.M.! Cash In on the Extra Top Value Stamps and use the coupon below for a 50c savings on any unit of Porcelain China, but HURRY, supplies are limited Due to an overwhelming demand by our customers, Kroger is extending the Porcelain China Dinncrwnre Promotion for two extra: weeks—while supplies last. \ 3 K 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with this coupon and tho purchase of Two Pkgs. I O'/z-or. Raisin, Sugar, Lemon, Chocolate Sugar, or ll-oz. Pkg. Oatmeal Cookies. Coupon expires Saturday nlglit, July 13. 1963. K 100 Extra Top Value Stamps 4 ' • with tht« coupon and the purchase of Z-Vo. package ot Kv/ick Krisp Sliced Bacon Coupon expires SSaturdny nlclit. July 13. 1963- 100 500 Heat H6ras told M adcertlted. Hunter Fully Cooked Hams Shank Half 7 - 9-lb. Avg. Butt Portion 4 - 6-Ib. Avg. Whole Hams 14 - 18-lb. Avg. Swift Premium—4 to 6-lb; avg. Baking Hens . . ., Lb 39c / Silver Elatter—Boneless Rolled Pork Butt Roast . . - 59c Fresh, Lean Ground Beef . . . . Lb - 49c We re«erre the rleht to limit. EXTRA Top Value Stamps With purchase of any Porcelain China Unit (No, I thru 10) NO COUPON NECESSARY __. OR EXTRA Top Value Stamps With purchase of any 3 units of Porcelain China (No. I thru 10.) NO COUPON NECESSARY ,- , VALUABLE 50c COUPON Off with this coupon on.purchnso of, any one unit of Porcelain China Dinnerware Coupon Mplrcs Hiifnnlnjr iililil. J»lr »(>• II ) B:I -. 506 Prlcei «ood throuih Saturday nlghl, Julr 13, 1988. Hunter—Sliced ; - '.., ' Bologna, Pickle Loaf, or Cooked Salami . v . ;' L Hormel- 1 —Sliced, ^Spiced Luncheon Meat h . . "49c Fres-Shore I • ' , Breaded Shrimp , \'SS 49c FREE 1 Lb. Pkg. of Willie's Kraut or 10-07.. Jnr of- Crown Kraut Salad with tho piiri'liilkn iif n J.lh. pIlR. of ' Mayrose or Country Club Wieners ^••i-M^'O-, 1 <•;•:,&.4!~h." ^X^K'S'A.-^V^^' ^*"- Country Club Ice Cream '/ 2 Gal. Kroeur—Cherry or riinrnlnH 1 lew) Angel Food Ring KU.H 49c Save -JBc— h'ounr — Old Fashioned Egg Whip Cake ^ h 49c (Itoe. ISO FREE Measuring Spoon with Hie purchase of Kroger or Old Judge RcKiilur or Drip Grind Vac Pac Coffee Regular, Drip, or Fine Grind Kroger Vnc Pac Coffee 2-Lb. Can . Can "Mix or Match"—Kroger, Variety Breads . . .•.•>-.-:..., ? , 2 Loaves 39 C Iced or Plain Raisin, Plain or Seeded Italian, Regular, 100% Whole,'or Cracked Wheat, Regular or Cottage Rye, Bismarck Sandwich Rye, ••• •• Vienna Bread, or Patio Buns .: Banquet—Frozen . :v ^ Pot Pies ;....;..,........5 S 89« Chicken, Turkey, and Beef Kroger _ ' Peanut Butter ... ";? 39« Clover Valley—Apple or Apple Grape Jelly L' 39° Chill 'Con Came 3 15 <&T $ 1 6 ° m-c «• A 12 Fruit Drinks ............... 10 ca! Orange, Grape, Orange-Pineapple, and Pineapple-Grapefruit Bush's Best . ' : Kidney Beans 10 3cOff New—Pink Lotion Kandu for Dishes , ... .. 4 B£ VALUABLE COUPON K 1000 Extra Top Value Stamps 5j with (Ills coupon mid Hie purchase at either a J 22" or 25" Power lawn Hotter ] 22" Mower $39*88 - 25" Mower $45,88 { Cniipon flxiltrcB 8fl|nrilny nUIH, July 13, IHOJt. J No. 300 Cans V ALUAB LE COUPON K 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 1| with this cioiiiioii and'the purr.'liaae of [ • aiiml,'Kliiff, or KamllyiSlze' 1 Pepsodent Toothpaste) or Pepsodent | Adult or Lifeline Toothbrushas ; CUIIIHIII wnlrci .Snliirdnjr nlglil, July 13, 1003. '. VALUABLE COUPON g K 100 Extra Top Value Stamps 2: i ',with this coupon and the puvchaw at • iS'Cbunt Box of | Sanitary Napkins > Coupon ciplro Buturdur night, ialf 18, 1963, O.S. No. 1—Large Utah Bing Cherries For Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Bananas Lug $6.89 Lb, 0.9. No, 1—StrinrUll Green Beans.. 2u,, 29c Strawberries 3 pt, $1.00 ' " " " OBe 8»iurdw On)/ 88 »l»»-.W»«t«nii Cantaloupes Seedle$ Crapes . tb 39c N«w Crop—Jumbo 8 ilte--*0»lMon)li Vln» Rlp«n«d U-8 No I— Nectarines w, 39« Honeyclews L». y»noy—Klrtt of th» 8«»Wfl ilden Sweet Corn ,5

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