Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 8
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July 25, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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RV-? *S •[ i . |4F *•> r""- lit-. i ALTON Class A Winners U^ted In County 4-H Ag Show iWafa" wihtiers In'She 4-H dub Agricultural judging held Tuesday at the Madison Gruffly 1 FAlr, hftVS been announced. ,3Riey w,ere: Dairy calf: Vernon Hit*. KemJbet-gV Eugene Klenke, Mifflyh^Kfetrtte, Gerry Klenke, ShlrtJri Slenkey Shirley Klehke, Rosemarie kleHge, Ronald Nagel, Leroy Sehuette, Gary Sieverg, Judy fijaine Slevers, Dennis War"*"" nn Seeker, Donald Hea- Paul,, Mike Street, Alafl Llbbra, I heifer: Sandy Autevy, Kent fberg, Charles kanning, Da- Vid Nagel, Ronald Nagel, Dennis Sehuette, Gary Stevers, Gerry Klenke, Rosemarie Klenke, Nor- hian DaUderman. Dairy COW! Sandy Autery, Hildegarde Kanning, David Nagel, Ronald Nagel, Donald Hedtger, Tommy sehmlsseur, Donald Paul. Beef caSf: Francis Jancek, Den> ny Schrumpf, Eileen Gindler, Caryl Knecht.. Beef heifer; Dennis Boger, Dale Schrumpf, Marshia Tiek. Beef cow: Denny Schrumpf, Purebred gilt; Paul Meffert, Rose Bierbatiffl, t)o«ald Medlger, Mark Kfuckebetg; Pilrebred s\vine herd: Dean Bollinger, Donald Medlger. Market hog! Thomas Kruckeberg. Pert of market hogs: Dennis Bardelmeiefj Donald Bardelmeier, Joey Blevlhs, Deaft BolHnger, Thomas Kmckeberg, Bruce Dorsey. Ewe lamb: Gerald Mans. Pert bf breeding lambs: Marty OLD-FASHIONED BARGAIN DAY SPECIAL |t^V 3 Oay« Only •- Fri. r Sat, Sun., July 26, 27, 28 FREE SODA! Your choice of regular lOc Root Beer, Orange or Pepsi FREE with purchase of a " delicious Carrolburger. NO LIMIT CARROL'S In Wood River ACROSS FROM POOL So good/ You'll -want a second serving FREE Soda Coupon t Carrolburgers at ISc each,:— ... ,...,. .-.FREE Sodas — ,,..;... .Bags Golden Fries at 12c each . .. VALID KRI., SAT., SUN., JULY 26-37-28 t jarnes, Gerald Hans, Poultry: Dean Boljlhger, Bob Seschwend, David Hans, Ratph Meyer, George Rlhkel, Mary Rurj- |>ert, Marshia tiek. Ducks: Kenneth Grotefendt, Mark Kruckeberg ( Gerald Rottmann. Mary Ruppert, Virgil Schoen, Dale Schrumpf. Bantams, Jerry Reckmahn, Jail* et Nelson. • . Pigeons: John Hugler, Michael Mugler, Ronnie Rlnderet, Geese: Stan Glflhuhl, Virgil Schoen. Turkey: Parrls Weber. Rabbits: John Mugler, Ronnie Rinderer, Michael Sedlacek, David Welchler. Garden vegetables: Bobby BaC' on, Donald Bacon, Robert Grod< zicki, Gerald Hans, Evelyn derson, Karan Hoffman, Sddie Jacobs, Nancy Meffert, Gary Mer- slnger, Frank Mueller, Mark Poletti, Dennis Rinderer, Larry Rinderer, Keith RUte, Vera Sfchaefer Patty Paul. Potatoes: Richard Grotzlcki Carl Jakel, Dale Ja'kel, ^Phyllis Paul, Donald Paul, Patty Paul. Small fruits: Marvin Potthast David Hergchbach.' Flower garden! Rose BlerbaUm Carol Eilers, Gloria Hosto, Janei Nelson, Mary •''.Ruppert, Vincen Ruppert, Vera Schaefer, Phyllis Paul. ' Egg production: Robert Grod zicki. , • . leaves for Germany CARROLLTON — Mrs. Russell E. Plogger and two children, lef liambert Field Sunday by plan* for the ,Hahn AFB in Germany where they''will join their hus band an dfather, S. Sgt.. Plogger who has been /stationed there since May. The' Ploggers ex pect to remain.in Gefmany^ three years. Mrs. Plogger is the for mer Betty Varble, daughter, o Mr. and Mrs. Oran Varble; o this city, and ,she .and the chil dren have been making .their home with Sgt. Plogger's parents Mr. and Mrs., Lowell Plogge: of Eldred. Iceland will Change fishing rules. . New* Brief i * Report Red Chinese Ate Engaged in Arms By tflfc ASSOCIATED FftKSS NEW DELHI (AP)-«tndla has old the six Coldmbo nations that Jornmunlst Chltta is again engaged in a military buildup along the disputed Himalayan border, official sources said teaay. Foreign Secretary M.J. Oesal called in diplomats <Bf Burma* Cambodia, Ceylon, Ghana, Indd- nesia, and the United.Arab Republic to tell them about the situation, the sources said, the six countries drafted proposals Colombo last December for keep- Ing peace on the tndia»Chlna border after the Chinese attack and last fall. PARIS (AP)-The French Na- tlojial Assembly today passed t bill giving legal status to conscl entious objectors — but also requiring .twice ftie normal service period in nonviolent duty. > BAMBERG, Germany Ul Former policeman Georg Schlos ser,' 49, of Bamberg, was sen ence4 to life imprlsonnfent today for murdering Jews in the Czest ochowa ghetto in Poland durinf World War II. OTTAWA (AP)—Canada's Lib eral government plans a tenfoic increase in its disposal of surplu wheat and flour through variou foreign aid programs, Trade Min ister Mitchell Sharp told th House of Commons Wednesday. TORONTO ; XAP) — Longshore men began unloading cargo from ships today after a one-day wild cat strike tha't 'paralyzed Toron to's harbor. . GUATEMALA (AP)—Guatenw la's ruling junta,has broken rela tions with Britain because ;6f th British decision to grant inctepen dence to British Honduras nex year. Guatemala claims sovereigntj over neighboring British Hondur be a CHARTER MEMBER LABOR DISCOUNT CENTER THE UNION MAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 1795 DUNN RO AD (PHECK MAP ABOVE) FORMERLY-y.S. HWY. 66 ' ST. LOUIS 37, MO. The Labor Discount Center has been designed for your shopping convenience and needs. This one stop center, completely staffed with union employees, is dedicated to helping its members save money on all purchases and enjoy the easiest shopping in the midwest. who is eligible to join LABOR DISCOUNT CENTER? Union members; current «r r»Hr«<l employees, of City, Coiinty, State or Federal Government (includes members of the Armed Forces). Employees of companies engaged in deftnsf work, vital industries or educational or non-profit institutions. JOIN NOW CHARTER LIFETIME MEMBERSHIPS ARE AYALIABUE F.OR A LIMITED TIME ONLY. LATER MEM•' -. BERSHIPS WILL BE SUBJECT TO AN ANNUAt RENEW. AL FEE, CHARTER MEMBERS WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO ' WIN FREE PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT THE GRAND OPENING IN EARLY FALL, FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL MAIN 1-3567 Labor Discount Center offers you 80 departments in* eluding a snack bar ... automotive center ., . dry cleaning service . . , optical department . . . barber shop . . . beauty salon ... PLUS THESE MANY EXTRA BENEFITS: • A completely equipped, free "kiddie korner" J>lay area where your little ones enjoy supervised play •• while you enjoy carefree shopping* • MEETING ROOMS AND PICNIC AREAS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR GROUP ACTIVITIES SUCH AS PTA GROUPS, CHURCH GROUPS, GARDEN CLUBS AND OTHERS, • Annual cosh scholarships will b* awarded by our ad- itory council on a competitive basis to Labor Pis* count Center Members* HOURS: From 10:00 A,M, to 10:00 P.M. Monday through Saturday MAIL THIS CHARTER MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION AND SAVE 1 LIFE TIME NON-ASSESSABLE REGISTRATION Please enclose $2.00 with this application. Ypur registration fee will be promptly returned if you f'« *ot.|«fit« fied with Lobor Plscount Center fijif, lot some reaton, your application is not ecceptod. - ' ,; RtgistroHon Np. KIAME Add City Stau Employed by Member of Logol I ctrtlfy th« InfprmttlMi »n (hit tppll(?tl(* to b* »ut ond MndffMnrf ihtl only rnyivU and mt imm.dlotf fomll> m»l V«f ni |,*BOB pISCQUNT CENTER mimb«r«hlp c««l- Any jpl|r»&n»fntpl!9n, l«np#r§wi«lla» •/ (buit of nfmbiMhlp ptlvlllffi wf * Appllfqnt'g card U dMttl^^u^ t^-Strong new'earth hocks caused increasing alarm oday In vacationist-packed vil- ges of the Apennines northeast 1 Rome. It WAI the second successive ay oif 'earthquakes whicK dam- gcd buildings, set t6\yer bells nglng and sent Inhabitants flee ng from their,homes. , ,< there Were fl» casualties;' There were more 'than 26,000 hip arrivals and departures In New ?ork City. in Girti meh who t»«ce stealing MfebOttA - The annual made Ice creafri supper, Sponsor* ed by the Rainbow for Girls, wilt be given Tuesday evening In thf Masonic dining hair With to begin at 6 p.m. the fcatnbow glrlft Will ttlake a doof-to-door canvass to set' tickets at 65 cents koh,, Tickets may also be fwrchaied that night At the dining hall. New Grata Wttl MEDORA — Foundations -for two new grain and storage bins at tfte Medora ElevatorSwere i»6UP ej> this week. 1 Construction of ht blnsils expected to be comptetec by Aug. 15. They will be 24 lee high and 36 feet Ih diameter, Police Sa Admit $62,000 Titeft have admit faw*> «> old ate being held 'hi Vermilion Oil $l6,0pi& bond". The weft, Albert L. from Omipie In — f MfiDORA <- Mr, and Mr*, Marvey Otorham are patients at t h e Catifavilte Area Hospital uty Society fhe Missionary So- eiejyotthe Kemper Baptts Baptist Church met Tuesday af terrtoon at the home of Mrs. Rus- ifell PJbtfger. Seven memben an s^ered roll call with fc Bible vers beginning Wl'th the letter "J. 1 , thlg.mohth's leseon wAs giv^ by Mrs. Russell Plogger, lay and thafgei i«Ui tiiift, ffittftey «J, ,a MM. h» methet, Mrs. Aftnt 85, Westviiie, died Iftrt >we«k;«nd eft her the tWfflejv « ; MM. gtanKUB fcspt thi-,jfif»)ey in a fruit Jar in her hwi*. Because she distrusted banki, pullce said, .- •• •• ;'v£ •'-'• ;'•• The two men had been described tat "old buddies" of Mrs. arowti but police said t tlonship has changed, INTUSTTTMINUTIP; ? YOU HAVE TO ; SCRATCH Y6UR ITCH W1*% i« fteh end burnlni kill ens . notion . for lh, Sthef fhriftV II ler toieir 13 Cu. Ft Refrlgerator-Frtczer Bargain Priced at Biedcrmans Thursday, Friday arid Saturday!; ,*.• ;i No more defrosting'chores, WeifingHolilV has eliminated 'them forever! Separata 103-lb. freeier witji jfs own door storage I Refrigerator automatically defrosts itself! Full width vegetable, crisper that holds loads'bf freshfrOjts-and vegetables! tiff off egg shelves and space $ 'for (joftles, •to;^|'ifp Only ; 50 Lbs. of Frozen Food " * Keeps Easllyjn This Made to fit (ike « built-in $o you can jaye tpacej fingertip /iiforajg* galore!* Handy egg ihelvei! ?'/2 cu. ft. ipace in'tefrig^ra- torl ' * V 'mi m MIW Tappan Gas Range Outmodes All Others Completely "Matehl«$" AMfomgflc • Spillover ' pfottctlon! No mosey spills tq front and floorl Th? entire top [9 re- aesssdl Catches and holds ninny liquids on r»nij? tQp, where cleaning •-is easier! Lighted t>a?k panel I liritrmen % BROADWAY and

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