Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 29, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 29, 1963
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PAQfi ALtON EVENING MONDAY, JULY 529,1963 Jersey Youths Will Attend Baptist Camp - Michael Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. N6r- tiian. Howard of JerSeyvllle, has returned from Springfield where he atteiided the Baptist Camp at Lake Springfield the past week. Me was sponsored by the Junior Fellowship of the First Baptist tihtirch, having received the highest number of pbints in the camping point system, his total being 268.' • Credits Were received for attendance at Church, Sunday school and evening services, daily Bible reading, offerings, Junior Fellowship attendance etc. Oolinie Brooks had a total ol 234 points, Barbara Crotchett, 232 and David Beach 230. They will attend Junior High Camp July 28 through Aug. 3, A numer of other young people from the First Baptist Church here and several counselors plan on attending the ninth grade camp at Lake Springfield Aug. 4 to 10. Rev. Harold E. Lane, pastor of the local church, will serve as dean at the camp. On Vacation JERSEYVILLE — Miss Barbara Gibbons, a student in the St. Louis University School ol Nursing in St. Lous, came here Friday to spend a month's vacation with her parents, Atty. and Mrs. John F. Gibbons. ASCS' Delegates to Meet JERSEYVILLE — Delegates of the Jersey County Agriculture Stabiliiation Conservation Service Community Committee will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the local ASCS office, 615 South State St., to elect the 1964 County Committee who will take office Aug. 1. Holste Family Visiting Hurt- JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. James Holste and family of Rolling Meadows, '111., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Arnold. The Holste family, tire former residents of Jerseyville and Mr. Holste was recreation director for Jerseyville. MON.-TUES.-WED. ON SALE NOW! Canning TOMATOES Bushel- ' Container Canning • ' PEACHES 1.69 > Bushel Basket FREESTONE ELBERTAS DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 East Broadway Mm Paynter Heads Piasa Homemakers SHtPMAN - Piasa Homemakers Extension Association elected Mrs. Dewey Paynter chairman at a meeting on Thursday at t h e home of Mrs. Floyd Darr, with Mrs. Walter Schaefer as assisting hostess. Olher officers elected were: Mrs. Walter Schaefer and Mrs. Howard Reno, vice chairmen; Mrs. Don Gwillim, treasurer and Mrs. Herschel Fritz, secretary. Mrs. Albert Golike and Mrs. Don Gwillim gave a demonstration oh "Fat Controlled Foods in Cooking" and Mrs. Howard Reno demonstrated a salad. Plans were made to entertain members and their families at a potluck supper at 7 p.m. on Aug. 22 at Shipman Community Park. Announce Birth SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor are the parents of a son born Thursday at Memorial Hospital in Springfield. They have a two-year-old son, Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Taylor are the paternal grandparents. The infant has been named Scott Joseph. Sliipmitn Notes SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Menietti are the parents of a daughter born at Highland. They have two other daughters and three sons. Menietti formerly owned a grocery store in Shipman. Mrs. Nora Schoeberle and Margeurite and Teresa Eggers are on a tour of Washington, D. C., and New York. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "Dr. Morrison? How do you do. Doc, you're about to see the history of dentistry." Attendance Record Set At Jersey Playgrounds Carrollton Golden Fellowship to Meet CARROLLTON — The Golden Fellowship of the Methodist Church will meet Friday from 2 to 4 at the home of Mrs. Leslie Carter. Members will discuss their lobbies. • -Hospital Notes CARROLLTON-— Admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Friday is medical patients were Miss Joyce Broyles of Eldred, William Witt and Mrs. Anna Ashford of Greenfield and Clarence Laris of Carrollton. Admitted Saturday as medical patients were Miss Nelle Pegram and Oscar Crane, both of Carrollton. • Mrs. • Grace Richardson of Kampsville was dismissed - Friday and Clarence Laris of Carrollton >vas .dismissed-Saturday. Vacationing in Missouri . CARROLLTON —' Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Moulton, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carmody. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Neubauer and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wagonblast left Monday for Osage Beach, Mo. and will vacation there until Thursday. JERSEYVILLE — Paul MeGar- vey, Jerseyville recreation director, reported that last week, designated "Sports Week" had a record attendance at the local piny- grounds and that there was an unusually large participation in many different sports. Contest.'; were held at each playground in rope jumping, whiffle- ball, softball, basketball, free throwing dodge ball, clock golf and ping pong. In addition 62 boys and girls made a trip to the Wood River swimming pool under sponsorship of the Recreation Department. Badminton and deck tennis were played for the inter-playground championship with the West Playground winning four out of seven contests. Members of the winning West Deck tennis squad were: Steve Pistorius, Jim Baker and Phillip Goss. The Deck tennis group from the Lion's playground in eluded Kenneth Schell, Dennis Bowers and Bill Breden. In addition to these boys, Joe Sagez, Curt Pistorius, Jack Thomas, Jane Charow, Bill Frazier and Ronnie Egelhoff competed in badminton tournaments. Winners received the playground emblems. Thirty-five participants have en tered the city tennis tournamenl sponsored by the Recreation Department and Paul McGarvey is in charge of the tennis tournament. The doubles tournament is still open for entries and persons interested should contact Director McGarvey. An English farmer is suing the government saying that his prize bull died of fright and his cows were emotionally upset by shooting and shouting during a recent Army maneuver near his estate holdings. m^aat^^^,,,*,^,,:^.^ .„„„.- J. .-. Oft to Summer Ctunp In the Military Some 130 officers and enlisted men of the 327th Engineers Bn., 102nd Infantry Division, from the Telegraph area hfl Saturday, night by train for Camp McCoy, Wis., for two weeks of field training. It will be the 12th annual encampment for the battalion. The trip to Camp McCoy took about 12 hours. The Ozark Division, which is one of the six combat—ready reserve divisions in the country, consists of appro.xlmalely 10 thousand officers and enlisted men from Missouri and Southern' Illinois. Several area men have recently completed specialized training in various branches of the armed forces. The list ot ter, Fort Gordon Ga., Army Pvt tint-old te. Mf-ans whose wife, Mar- jorle, lives at 1423 Monroe St. completed eigh weeks of military police training He is the son of Mrs. L u 1 a graduates included Second Lieutenant James B. Sharp Jr. ol Ed^ wardsville who was awarded the silver wings of a U.S. Air Force navigator upon completion of navigator training at James Connally AFB, Tex. He is being reassigned to Mather AFB, Calif. At the U.S. Army Training Cen- Mealis, 220 VV. 13th St. Marino Pvt, l.C. Darnel M. Con ner Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. D M. Conner Sr. of 222 Dooley'Dr. completed a special bridge con struction and disasembly course with the First Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Lester L. Orahnni, electronic; technician seaman, USN, the son of Mr. and Mrs, Phillip S. Graham of 1413 Milton Rd., graduated from Electronics Technician Class "A 1 ' School at the Naval Schools Com mand, Treasure Island, San Francisco. Completing the list are two area men at the Marine Corps Recruil Depot, San Diego, Calif., who com plefed recruit training, they are •vt. Donald L. W^fts Jr.« son of Mr. and Mrs, Donald" L. Werts Sr. of Brighton, and Pvt. Jfthics R, thaxlon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Thnxtott of Brighton, Men from the telegraph area being reasigned to begin technical training Include Airman Donald L. H. Shake, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Shake of Cottage Hills, who was transferred t r o m Lacklanc' AFB ( .TeX.. to Keesler AFB, Miss He will ttttin as a communications operations Specialist. Now on,duty" with a U.S. Ah Force ,Advisory;, unit in Saigon Viet Nam, Is S. Sgt. George W. Martin, whose wife, the former Elizabeth Ward, lives at 1139 Brown St. Martin, an administrative- supervisor, and other USAl? personnel train and assist members of the Vietnamese Air Force in mastering the various technica specialties necessary to maintain cently visited Hong Kong, British Cfowfi Colony in China. Crutchley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson J. Crutchley of 611 Reed Dr., East Alton. Schlemer is the sort of Mr. and Mrs. Charels E. Schlemer of Rte. i, East Alton. Navy Ensign •fames K. Slmrdy, son of Mrs. Anna R. Shardy of 623 Franklin St. is serving with Fighter Squadron 124 at the Naval Air Station, Mlramar, Calif. He| is among student. pilots training on the Navy's carrier based Chance Vought "Crusader" jet. combat-ready units. Seaman William <T. OrutcHloy and Fireman Carl C. Schlemer are serving aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Princeton a Seventh Fleet unit which re Morocco la to be ^—. NEW ZEHITH'S Smallest AT-THE-EAR HEARING AID Joseph Naber Rites at Cari'ollton CARROLLTON - Funeral services for Joseph Naber were conducted Saturday at St. John's Catholic church by the Rev. Louts Schlangen. Burial was in St. John's Cemetery. Pallbearers bach, Henry were Henry • Kir- Nabcr, Lawrence Thicn, Florian Naber, Francis Roth, and Mark Caselberry. Grnvcsldo Service CARROLLTON — A graveside service was conducted Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at Carrollton City Cemetery for Jerenld Wayne Cecil, clght-monlh-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Jereald Cecil of this city. • tltiy lightweight. Only V* ot. Fits neatly behind the ear • New long life Silver oxld* battery Holds power bettw Irt extreme temperature* * Silicon transistorized clrcultly * Efficient reception front' any angle,' nestles < comfortably behind • either ear See ui (or demonitratldft ind for deUiltof ZENITH Triple Protection Plan. McCUNTOCK OPTICAL SERVICE 003 E. 1VDWAY—ALTON HO 2-5H82 PRESCRIPTIONS AT With the purchase of $1.00 or more In meat, produce, and grocery items yon will receive, upon request, a certificate for an 8" x 10" block and white retouched'portrait. This certificate entitles you to have a portrait taken in your choice of any of eight professional studios, including Rissi Studio in Alton. For full details visit your friendly Kroger Store. PHAR MACY are • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRBCED » DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 State St, — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE DUBLIN — An Irish writer who claims to be an ex-communist is writing a book exposing what he has called the workings of bureaucracy. -U.S. GRADE A CHOICE BEEF!-| 89° >65< u, 59c Round Steak Rib Steaks HOME MADE HAM SALAD SAVINGS EARLY * * * NATIONAL FOOD STORES " EAST ALTON—No. 26 Eastgate PInza Shopping: Center NORTH ALTON—506 Delniar WOOD RIVER—337 E. Ferguson U. S. GOV'T. INSPECTED, FARM FRESH, WHOLE 2 to 3 Lb. Average U. S. GOVT. GRADED CHOICE FRESH LEAN HOME STyi.Er-AISGJII, I-QOD— Large 14-oz. CAKES ..... • • e 29c HI-G FRUIT DRINKS GRAPE! ORANGE! PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT! ORANGE-PINEAPPLE! PUNCH FLAVORS! 46 Oz, Cans 3 HOME-GROWN TOMATOES . . . ,2 Lbs 25c BONELESS BEEF STEW 69 49 - 33' GROUND BEEF ^H Can°5 Z ' Hf 1 ^/ GOLDEN BANTAM 390 CORN . . . . . FANOV FREESTONE PEACHES .... 2 Lbs 29c HOME-GROWN MISSOURI CANTALOUPES . . , 2 »,, 29° DELICIOUS SEEDLESS GRAPES . 2 u, 39' PEARL MARKET f Ceoveij/ewtfy £p«rted m the Center et OPNTAAb HEIFETZ JAR SAUERKRAUT PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT DEL MONTE DRINK . . . WITH COUPON BELOW "DAWN DEW" FRESH PRODUCE IT'S BLUEBERRY TIME! . _ GREAT LAKES PINT OQc BLUEBERRIES BOX *•*/ WITH COUPON BELOW SERVE SOMETHING DIFFERENT TOMORROW MORNING Have a bowl full for breakfast. Serve with National's puffed wheat or puffed rice ... or they'll make delicious pie. Blueberries are different and they'll please your family. Sweet, Juicy, Bright Red CALIFORNIA NECTARINES , , , Lb, 25' For a Delightful Summer Salad—Tender BIBB LETTUCE . . . , U. S. No. 1 WHITE POTATOES . . Lb, It's Blueberry Time BLUEBERRIES £&' With this coupon and a $1.60 purchase or more excluding fresh milk , products. Redeemable at your near- rd by National Food Stores. Offer expires Wednesday, July 31st. Limit one coupon to ' '—"" Pineapple • Grapefruit DelMonte DmNK..-..'V2%$49* With this coupon and a (M-W purchase or more excludng fresh milk pVSducts Redeemable at your nearby National Food. Stores. Offer expires Wednesday, My 31«t. Limit one coupon to a family- <~x. Prices Good Through Wednesday, July 31st Hunter or Country Club Sliced Bacon.... Silver Platter— Fine lor Barbecue Country Style Backbones ........ ** 59c Silver Platter— Rolled and Tied "• Boneless Pork Loin Roll. ..... •* 89c Hunter Sliced Bologna..... "> 49c Ment Item* sold M advertised. Silver Platter Mixed Bib and Lorn Center Cut Pork Chops reserve (tie right to limit. }*.•* Join the "Star Studded" Bandwasron Stereo and High Fidelity Records Each 88c Kroger—Homestyle or , „ i, • ^ Buttermilk Biscuits >,::;!'cL49c 3 8-ox. cam 2*« 5c OFF LABEL—Now—Pink Lotion Kandu for Dishes . ^ 3c O« 12-o». bfl._-26« 8c Off 3S-oi. bU.--61o Krngcr—Plain, Sugared, Cinnnmcra, 60 KXTKA TOP VALUE STAMP .STICKER on each pits, ol Kroifcr—Deep Butter ..... .Knch 59C """ ! "' -—----. • __ on onch iilte. ol Kn Combination Do nuts 4 PK B .,. 88c coffee Cake KrOROr _ __ 300 KXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS »1 WU'h ph«. T ^JJQ BUnS Z PKCS 39C o! Kr °S° r —Golden Sno or Chocolate Devils Food Layer Cake Each 69c Regular, Drip, or Fino Grind ' Kroger Vac Pac Coffee &63c JjjJkg"} 2-Ib ean C1.19 Ajax 28-ci. BtL Liquid Cleaner 69 C IS-oz. bottle..39e *4-oz. bottle.-99c Dynamo Liquid Detergent 36-ot. BtL Palmolive Soap...^ ____ 2 ££ 21c y e | Beauty Bar ________ ..... 2 £?, 39c Palmofive Soap...._..2 B "£r 29c Yel Beauty Bar 2 X?" 49c Cashmere Bouquet....»...2 ££ 21c Fab Detergent fllnnt _ Box Mix or Match—88c Sale 3c Off Label Cream of Mushroom or Chicken Noodle White Bread 20-01. Loove* Heinz Soups Bread 1 V4-lb, Loavv, «r Sandwich or Wiener • Buns 8-'<H.' Yel Powder. 2 lMTf .. Boie Vn>e«nt*d Deodnrlrw Florient . Yel Liquid Detergent...^ 63c Baggies Woor Ajax Cleanser 2 S£ 33c Ajax. floor *n4 W»H Cleaner 55c 31c Bti. Fun Bath 69 C Action Bleach 75 C Not the small 48—• Not medium 36— But Jumbo 27 ste* California ^^ ** Cantaloupes C.S. No- t-«un,r»iH ™- N * l~C»nUo«l Nectarines ,,,. no. 49c Red Grapes ,..» 25c P.8. N«. l-^WMWoiton—Bllund—Frmtoo, D.8. No. t~Thomp»oo BcedlM Apricots 2io».39c Grapes w 1 > * * til.Di l^c M <Cifl ***• *" * '* U.8. He. 1— to*r» BOBthera P.8. H* 1—N«v Ci»f ffntlthy R>AaohA4S • Annlo* ***• - K<l*» "VwVIIVw ...» r%ppie5. . . . . .Mr »M 97v " 0,8. Nfl. »~^Tr»» Wpen**-* BA FIHMT—-Boow 9r*wn CullforuU rrt**ton(i Sweet Corn 5 ET 29c Peaches Fmh. Tatty Blue. Kti. »»d Blueberries ,3 nms *1,00 Plums K » Extra Top Yaiwe Jtamp$ *** «W» mmxn w»d DW pof«j»M» erf Two Heads of Iceberg Uttuce

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