Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 17, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 17, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 1?, 1063 ALTON fcVENlNG TELEGRAPH PA01 Sol Tmi* for Nfi MARION, HI. (AP) _ An esli- inn ted 30 persons were expected lodny for ,n lour of the hew U.S. Penitentiary South o^ Marlon. today's Icnir was promoted by West Frankfort men's groups. > ' »i w'^ffvf iqfayfitw ^ ti , M WOOb RIVER — More Hinri ISO members of the local and fielgh- wrliig chapters attended ' the Thursday meeting of the Order of Eastern Star In the Masonic Temple to honor Mrs. Mildred Blomstrand, worthy grand matron of Illinois, when she made her ot- 'ielal visit. Worthy matrons and worthy patrons of visiting chapters formed the escort for the distinguished guest. She was presented an honorary membership in the local JERSEY COUNTY FAIR COMING FRIDAY JULY 19th, 8:30 P.M. Grand Matron Visits Chapter at Wood River WITH THE FAMILY at... MID-TOWN DINING ROOM OPEN SUNDAY at NOON 7th & Central Alton, III. chapter arid presented a gift from Ihe lodge In ceremonies conducted ay Mrs. Mowell Barnett, worthy matron. Mrs. Blomslrand was also show ?red with gifts from area chapters with the presentations made by the worthy matrons. A vocal num her by Mrs. Loreti Wilson and Mrs. Melvin Farmer, was dedicated In her honor. Accompanying Mrs. Blomstrand on here visit were grand chapter officers: Phillis Tellersen, Viola Krust, Joyce By), Myrtle Whil- ncy and Rosa Locffler. Among those introduced were: Mrs. Alfreda Barr, Granite City, past worthy grand matron; five ATTENTION! Ticket Campaign WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JULY 17TH for th« Community I'lnycrs production of "WOULD BE GENTLEMAN" Sponsored by The Jiveland Teen Club Mtitjy Bunt) Prog Scheduled fli Parks Concerts of the Alton Municipal Band will be held Thursday in Rivcrview Park and Sunday in Rock Spring Park, both at 8 p.m. Madeline Davey will be vocal soloist and Lee Vellum will give a trombone solo. The program is as follows: March, "Royal Bridesmaid," by Casto; selection from "Cnmelot" by Locwe; trombone solo, "Blue: Bells of Scotland, by Pryor; Suite "Viva M e x I c o," by Morrissey; concert march "Marie-Marie," arr. Alford; "Autumn Leaves" by Kosma and "Around the World" by Young. March, "Under the D o u 1) 1 e Eagle" by Wagner; vocal solo, "You Are Love," by Kern; rum"Mr. Lucky," by Mancini, and the March, "The Squealer" by Huff. grand lecturers, two past grand officers; four Grand represcnta- lives; 23 Grand Chapter committee members, 20 worthy matrons and worthy patrons of visiting chapters, and six past worthy mo Irons and worthy patrons. A reception for the honoree and her official family, concluded Ihe evening. Mrs. Marlin Flutt and Miss Frances Barker presided at the serving table. Mrs. Leon Rohde was in charge of arrange- Hospital Notes Alton Memorial Orville Guilander, Jcrseyville. Urendn Northcutt, 27.10 Residence Charles Hcadley, 2610 Walnul. Mrs. Vera Bimslager, Wood River Mrs. Kathryn Crawford, Bethalto Elmer Wilson, 3010 College. SURGICAL .lames Cunningham, Medora. Garry Wchmeyer, Hamcl. ranees Rldenour, 1.105 Seiler. Gerald Diserelis, 1913 Burling. Mrs. Frances Wrieehnik, E. Alton Mrs. Oma Smitli, Bcthallo. Mrs. Edward Hollis. Edwardsville Hohert Welch, Wood River. Heber Brannon, East Alton. Melvin Montague, Wood River. DISMISSALS Mrs. Elsie Sheets, Edsall St. Mrs. Grace Rathgeh, 1102 Brown. Henry Klopmeier, Wood River. Robert Gaskill, 226 McClure. Mrs. Bcrnico Nelson, Bethalto. Mrs. Clara Debow, 440 Jefferson Steven Henderson, Godfrey. Robin Green, Jerscyville. Mrs. Minnie Koldit/., Godfrey. Mrs. Dianna Wilson, 748 Washington. George Buckner, Gillespie. Mrs. Marcella Ray, Bethalto. Mrs. Sherry Ashford, East Alton. Imogene Herring, 2221 Central. Mrs. Doris Chapman, Rle. 1. Mrs. Jessie Springgatc, 3104 Forest. Mrs. Faye Blaekwood, East Alton jersey Comiutitiily MI5D1CAL Herman Kronable, Hardin. levered Baur, Jprscyvillo. Mrs. Klmcr C'ampion, .lor Fred C. IU>it/iK, Fieldon. Mrs. Ronald Short, .Jerseyville. Cheryl Witt, Jerseyville. SURGICAL Mrs. .lames Hamhlen. .Terseyville Mrs. fJeorse Farmer, Brighton. DISMISSALS Charles Zimmerman. Golden Mrs. .lames Walsh. Jerseyville. David Vrinwalleghan, Jerseyville St. Anthony's MEDICAL Shirley Soles, Rte. 2, Bunk- Hill. Acltlie llolman. 200!) Poxv- drover Piftmnn, Bethalto. Mrs. Belly Ulory, Jnrsoyvillc. Mrs. Nina Vetler, East Alton. Mi's. Patriria Wheeler, East Alton Mrs. Louise Wrighl, 17th Street. Waller Hausman, Brighton. Jeffery Hayes. IfiM Kldgo. One of the world's largest areas ] of pptroglyphs, or Indian writings, I is found near Alamogordo, N. M. Katie KANE Mrs. Rosa CrotefMtt, and son, .Tlmrnle, artrl daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Gowlri, have gOtifi to Charleston Heights, N.C., to spend 1\vo weeks with. Winston Crotchctl nnd'family. _ Telegraph Want. Ads "CLICK" JGA Famous Tablerite Bee/-U. S. Gov'l Inspected and Graded Choice plus IGA selection and aging to guarantee the very best LB. ROUND STEAK - 79' BONELESS ROUNDS - 89 C T-BONE STEAK - $ 1 09 IGA— Tuhlurflu Roll PORK SAUSAGE - 39 C FOR liARIiKCUlS LEG QUARTERS »,35 C MORRELL- HUNTER LARGE BOLOGNA or SKINLESS WIENERS Lb, BREAST QUARTERS - 37 C HUNTER—KHEY _^ BOILED HAM - 99 C CUBE STEAK -99 C SIRLOIN STEAK - 89 C BONELESS RUMP & SIRLOIN TIP S9 C •)•'-•• '•• • .• ••' HEINZ OR GERBER'S STRAINED BABY FOODS 6» 63 C IGA — OVEN-FRESH BREAD "£3-59° IGA IGA Pk ' 29« BREAD . 20 Ol 12 Loaves '' 00 CHUN KING CHICKEN CHOW MEIN 89c BEEF CHOP SUEY .89c MUSHROOM CHOW MEIN 79c BROOKS BARBECUE SAUCE.. o 2 , 2 MIX or MATCH WYLER LEMONADE MIX—WYLER POTATO SOUP WYLER ASST. BEEF NOODLE—WYLER CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP 6 For 49C DERBY IGA Fruit IGA—300 Can 2 <„ 39° Pork & Beans Itutty CrocUei 1 or Hillsluiry IGA—1(1 O?., CENNAMIN ROLLS . 29c DRINK 3 for 29' \ 2 ,„ 49c CHILI, 16-oz. or TAMALES, 300 can 2 49 C Doliy Crocker Biilturmilk or Swciitinllk Biscuits or IGA Biitturniilk or Old O 10* 10isliii)ii(!(l ISi.souils " J''i)i' ***** 10A Twin Pack—Kef,'. -ll)c Value POTATO CHIPS . 39c MANHATTAN COFFEE All Grinds j"***. Lb. Can Di/ 11 Pl^lr $HO»lt.{tttl<» n « o / » kftnifl! SWIFT'S SWIFT'NING 3 Lb. Can 59 c IGA FRESH FROZEN FOODS IGA WAFFLES 4 49 BANQUET POT PIES 3»69 ( IGA PEAS or CHOPPED SPINACH 4 - 75 ( IGA TABLE FRESH FOODS FRESH CALIF. SANTA ROSA PLUMS Extra large .luscious Ruby Reds! FRESH GOLDEN APRICOTS 14-Lb. box—$2.39 4 59 2 35 At peak of harvest and goodness from Washington State. Now is the time for home canning and delicious Apricot Preservesl FKJCSII Hunt the limit with 1'ronli lomomulo and iced tou! CALIFORNIA LEMONS ......... ' 39c U.S. No. I— Ftouli uluita washctl Now Crop 1'otatoiss! Kresli Goldun Ilomoifrown Red Potatoes . 10 59c SWEET CORN . 59c IGA ICE TEA 48 Tea Bags 55 C COUPON IGA EVAPORATED MILK 3 29' With coupon and $1.50 purcliaso or more Limit one coupon per family. Void after Sat., July ','<) COUPON ' KBKSHEK BUIOAD10I) Catfish, God, Haddock Steaks . 2 ",£ 85c FULTON SALMON CROQUETTES 16-oz, pkg, 69c NATUIIK'S IUSST MARGARINE 2 Ihs, 25c Bethalto IGA Super Market 126 S. Prairie Bethalto a A.M. to i*.ar. STAHL'S IGA Market Fosterburg CAMPBELL'S IGA Market N. Delmar Hartford Opon 0)80 A.M. to CHARLIE'S IGA Market 301 Sinclair So, Roxana Store Hours! 7 A.M. to 6P.M. Dully 6th ST. SUPER IGA Market 6 So, 6th St, Wood River Storo HourB! 8 to 0 Puily oopt Thurs. ttud Fri. Opwj to 1 l».RI. We Reserve the Right To Limit Mrs er Mrs. hiilMn. Mrs. Willie Greer, 260!) Powhatan Joycl Oaddiek, SOS Herbert. Mrs. Gerlnide Ahischer, 1130 Brown. Edward Palcn, Godfrey. Burns, 1206 Central. DISMISSALS Mrs. Catherine Glynn, 1605 Henry Elmer Kennedy. 209 W. 16th. Lynn Kpssingnr, .'{518 California. Henry Gaffney. 1251 W. Ninth. Mrs. Katherine Tuseher. E. Alton Brenl Kessinger, Brighton. NOW At THESE 3 THEATERSJ GftANft & Opp.n 7:iS *- 8sOO Wood River Township MHDICAL Mrs. Nanmi Ilinson, 422 Job SI., East. Alton. Irs. Christina Lewis, 2<I20 Willow, Alton. ohn Corethefs, '128 1 /;! Dry, East Alton. SURGICAL rank Bowman, Granite City. laymond Clark Sr., 13H Illinois, East Alton. /Irs. Evelyn Oleson, Rte. 1, Bethalto. DISMISSALS /Irs. Irene Sutton, Roxana. ;ivis Wilson, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Emma Carroll, 301 Whitelaw Vlarilyn Meyers, East Alton. ohn E. Pink, Cottage Hills. VIrs. Margaret Isaccs, Roxana. VIrs. Teresa Brewer, 828 WhiUiei VIrs. Wilma Wethington, 6 Hill Dr Robert Crane, Wood Station Rd oseph Moeller, Bethaito. VIrs. Lucille Richardson, Cottage Hills. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Richard Lenz, 1305 Willard. Mrs. Ruby Spears, 2,605 Main. Thomas Sawyer, 3401 Robert. Mrs. Mable Hughart, Rte. 1 East Alton. Karl Harrison, Rte. 1, Edwards ville. SURGICAL VIrs. Elsie Strader, 2814 Viewland VIrs. Ruth Schalberg, St. Charles Mrs. Dee Boschert, 2202 Norside Miss Sara Mantz, Fairmount. Gary Banner, Tulsa, Okla. DISMISSALS Edward Berghoff, 3804 College. Henrietta Bi'egenzer, 719 HoIIma Mrs. Katherine Draper, 623 E Broadway. Mrs. Dolores Korte, 3231 Theres Miss Dana LaTempt, Wood River Gerald Lavey, Roodhouse. Mrs. Earlene Lewis, 1802 Marke Joseph Massalone, 700 Fairviev Mrs. Lucille Meyers, 2061 Hickor SKK n r fo~Nif i5i .Special Popular I'riccs! TomfortablyCOOZ. WIIDEY 2i **«M&»i!i3Si** > ^ FRENCH VILLAGE YOUR FRIENDLY DRIVE-IN ,. —ROUTE SO at I $7— STARTS TOMTK BEL*AIR HWY.66H111 TR.6-9636 Open 7i()0 Start Dusk! MIGHTY KING KONG! • MIGHTY GODZILLA! I IwoMniEST MONSTERS Or ALL IIME! IN COLOR A Universal Release PLUS 2ND THRILLER THE INCREDIBLE CAPRI Ol'Di'Sf.tbUI.S RO. CL.4-2114 Open 7:00 3-Unit Show! Bob HOP6 / Anita EKberS RELEASED THRU UNITED QJ3 ARTISTS 2ND BIG HIT BOXANA, ILL. THUBS.—FBI.—SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking- Problems Ph. CL 4-0018 or CL, 4-7271 THURS.-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Anthony Qiiinn, Silvana MiiiiKiino, Arthur Kennedy "BARABBAS" Color—8:87 Voices of Judy Garland, JloluTt. Gouliit, Ked Buttons "GAY PURREE" Color. All Animiiteil 7:00 Shorts SINATRA KEY JANET LEIGH You've never seen a motion picture quite like ... PLUS "CARTOON FESTIVAL" ROUT6 MO. COLLEGE AVE. • ALTON, ILLINOIS STARTS TONITE for 1 WEEK MIGHTIEST MONSTERS OF THE AGES IN THE BATTLE OF THE AGES! Air Comlit iont-'ll THUS., W(i(l. and Tlmrs King Kong s Capture— and Escape! Family Trices All Seats 3Sn Godzilla s Attack on Tokyo—with His Atomic Power! OOAY and TIIUKSDA Two lOxcitin Kuatiirrs King Kongs Ferocious Strength Levels thing Before Him! Dodzlllaliiocks Jet Bombers Irpm Ihe Sky! Ocean liners Capsized ...Tidal Waves Flood the Earth...the World's People In Panic! An uproarious Science-Friction picture in Amazoacopel JOHN BECK present! .1,1,, LOU GOSTUIO Toduy at 1:33, 7:43 Tlmrs, at 7:38 p.m. 4 GALA CARTOONS Tues., Tlmrs. at 7 P.M. PLUS MDHITI_ ..PATHECOWR mun PRICE m«LORRE»oRisKAR|.OFF I Today at B:S7, U:05 p.m. Tfours. »t 8M5 p.m. SHRINKING ;,, MAN \m*2zr\ __ _. ^fi** \ —GRA'HrWIltlAMS:V RANDY 5TUAKT &~.ii» UU. am ViSti \ coluc curtooii!,"--Ti"i\T r ^iuvBfUuii)i"~ cfiililrvn AdniliM I'HUli

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