Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 8, 1963 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 8, 1963
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ALTON EVENING TfiLEGRAPt! 8,"1WB empty fbt 'tft th^ttubtess dis- UHct ol Clareitiotlt has been leased 1$ the tlty tot $1 a -year, toe use as a resting place lot shoppers. The city has <veed«j the lot and put In a few floral afld a couple of park betiches. Residents have named the area for City Manager Richard Mai- cbtmV^hSsg Idea It was to lease nnd liiipfijvfe it, They are it "Malrom's Meadow," Afrt**l IMS (#) ~ Before his fourft chiM was bbtn, ft. E. Lynch began figuring how long It wtiUld take to get. from his home to the hospital. Me made a number of practice run and trimmed the time to 12 minutes. Came the big day aiid the couple drove to the hospital in the anticipated time. Then Lynch sat and waited until his son, Timothy, was bortti '63 Greene Fair Was 'Largest 9 CARRoLLTON—R. D. Lemons, Ural one. Seventy head ol steers M1LNOT president of the Greene County Fair, reported this week that the 1963 Greene County Fuir was the largest in the history of the event with more than $50,000 paid out in premiums and other items, including the $8,000 for rchabitita- i lion of which the state will pay ! 55,000. Approximately 3,000 head ol livestock were exhibited this, year nnd all the barns were full and was necessary to erect tents. Despite the entries, the proceeds from tlie gate and the grandstand were not quite as high as last year. The crowds were good and the racing was up to standard but the great number of exhibits demonstrate the fact that the Greene County Fair is mostly an agricult- were shown during the fair, which Is the largest class in a number of years. Lemons is making a plea this year [or more donated labor, as much had to be paid lor this year and that cuts profits. Lemons is publishing the detailed financial report of the fair .is follows: Receipts: gate admission, $4.702; grandstand, $2,944.25; auto parking, $575; stalls and pens, 53,376; concessions nnd carnival, $2,265.50; entrance fees, dlvfsion 1, $9,487.'2a; entrance fees, division 2, $2,802.50; estimated state aid, $18,037.25; other income, $1,716.50; toral income, S<l3,90(i.25. Expenditures: premiums, divis ion 1. $24,386; premiums, divis? * CHARMIN BATHROOM 4- ROLL PACK With $10.00 or More Purchase (Limit 1) FOOD U GROUND BEEF 9TH and /VALBY ..AIton's Finest OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 P.M. BACON .. Kreys Thick Sliced Sliced Piece 2 •£ 89« i MINIT STEAKS . . . 85c ! 21 00HJICyCDC Kids-Love O Lb i Lbs. ~ I • * WllCllClId Them L Bags BOLOGNA. .S" 3 us $ 1 9 °i WIENERS 5T° V ° 2 & 89« REDttW YOUR COUPONS NOW! %.* * * Try Aurora | TISSUE DISTINCTIVELY DIFFERENT Them >' •$ s " , ^ \>C l w > s -ft)-* A-G BRAND ^-GALLON HUNTS (IN HEAVY SYRUP) Snap-Off BAGS 39c : NO, H Can REALEMON FROZEN CANNED SPECIALS HI-CORANGE . .3^*1°° Stilwell Cut GREEN BEANS . . 8 ^, s 1 °° CORN ... A-G Whole 6 303 $ 1 00 Cans I Morton House Finest PORK 'n BEANS.. 4 3 ^'1°° 6 Cans 303 $ -I 00 Cans I Sifted • • Highland Brand Morton House Sliced BEEF 'N GRAVY.. 3 '!£ $ F Reg. 9Q A Size fc«C DYNAMO POWDER . , VEL LIQUID <>; 55c AJAX CLEANSER , , , 2':;29c MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE NEW 14 OZ. INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE I Facial Tissues 9 L * dQc L Pkgs. *l5f v REYNOLDS WRAP. .^° 69' PUFFS . . CATSUP • Family Size SALAD DRESSING Pkgs. 20 Oz. $ 1 00 4 Btls. Food King puart RED! RIPE! DELICIOUS! ! ^ FRESH CORN .. . . ,«il i; c i' < i' i i 1 r i' ~^w • Poz. Ears CRISP LETTUCE . . . Head 10c EACH •!!.ORANGES . . .SSU 3 • - : ''• • T°| FRESH-RIPE ; PEACHES , • I • ^_ ^^ 4 .__. 4-39 c mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^ -, ' 4 * * IcSi 2, $t,688.5ft; HfliHc artd «- trarftoft, $4&, jtidgea and assistants, $496; 'fidmlnlsiMtlve and office pay foil, $550.28; gate, grandstand, police parkers, $412; general and cornmofl tabor, $1,620. 68; advertising, $1,550.45; other operating expenses, $4,630.63. Total expenses were $41,t59.S4 and the profit was $2,146.71.. . Hospital Nbt<* CARROLLTON — T\vo babies were born HIP last two days in Boyd Memorial Hospital. A son was born Tuesday to Mr. aftrj Mrs. Fred Roth of Greenfield, son was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. David Tucker of Greet field. Mrs., fucker is the former Joan Borlin, daughter of Mrs Harry Carter Sr., of this city, and the late Keith Borlin and Tucker is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Jake Tucker of Greenfield. Charles Morrow of Greenfield' was admitted for surgery. Admit ted Wednesday as a medical patient was Timothy Andrews of Greenfield. Oscar Crane of Catrollton svas dismissed Tuesday. Dismissed Wednesday were Miss Rebecca 'fribble and Mark Tribble of Jerseyville: J. R. Grizzle of Piasa Ward Ivers of Kane, Miss Teresa Welch, Mrs. Anna Thien. and Peter Wiesen of Carrollton; Edgar Lockyer of Chesterfield, Mrs. Albert Tucker of Kane and Rod ney Daum of Carlinville. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hough are expected home Friday from Starkville, Miss., where they have been visiting Hough's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Hough. They will be accompanied home by their children, Ann and Tommy Hough, who have been spending a few., days at the Eldred Hough home. Miss Mary Meyer, a student nurse at St. Joseph's Hospital in Kokomo, Ind., returned'to Kokomo Tuesday after spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meyer and children of Berkley were also weekend guests at the Louis Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Becker and son will leave Friday to return to their home in Chandler Ariz., after _a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Becker .in this city and-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steckel in Jerseyville .Mr. anr^ Mrs. Foster Harlan and children of Olympic Field are spending a few days with Mrs. Harlan's mother, Mrs. J. J El'dred. Mrs. Foster Harlan of Olympic Field and Mrs. Oren Siebermann went to St. Louis Wednesday evening where they were guests of; Mrs. Siebermann's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Garvels. ; Sister Mary Cecil, who teaches in St. Patrick's School in Springfield, and Sister Mary Henrianne, who teaches in East. St. Louis, are guests' of the latter's mother, Mrs. Henry Schmidt ..and other relatives. i Miss Christine Glazar and Jef- ifeiy Holec of ^Chicago and Miss I Ellen Steer of Springfieicl "will arrive Thursday to be guests for a few days of David .Dailey at the home of liis.' parents, Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. .Dailey.'While here the guests will assist in celebrating the 16th birthday anniversary of their host. ' . Cat Stops Traffic LONDON—All rash hour traffic was halted for an hour recently in the middle of the British capital while 'police chased a stray-kitten through famed Piccadilly Circus. NELSON DIETSCHY'S MARKET SANFORD AT MAIN ST. HO 8-0094 Phones HOJM)69S Shurfine Drip oivBog. EAo COFFEE . .pound can <W S.F. Shortening ---- 8 Ibs. S9o Peanut Butter Tumbler 4Bo Dolsoy T. Tissue.. 2 rolls 26c Kotex, Reg. 2 pkjfs. 12s.. 79c Chore Girls ....... 3 for 2Sc StarJUst Tuna '....2 J4s OBo Kleenex Tissues ..2 400s 49c Princess Dial ..,'.;} bars 38c Apple Sauce ..... .2 303 29c Libnys' Pino. Juice. 2 46 69c Orange Juice 40 m, can 85c Tang, 14 oz. jar ; .,, .only .U9o V8J\'egctubIo Juice, 40 uz. 30o Voouuin Pack 7 ' ' •'' W. K. 18 oz - KlmUalo Toinntoes .2/3o¥/29p Kliwlale Gr. Beuns 2/308/20C Kay's Ohili. .2 No.^2 CJHW 76c S.F." SnuerikrUut^ 4,/303/49o Llbby's Deep ^ro^vIl Porjt J ,and Beans 3 1£ oz; onus 43c ^*~ jut AITS PRESSINGS' Cole Sln\v, 8 01. .......... 39c Qil iniU VinoRur, a o«,... 89c Cuitiio, 8 (>•/.. bottle . .., SOc LQ\ir "Calorie French; 8 og/SOe Whip, qlmrt ,_.__.;. 860 ' • . . . ..... Ib. 58o Rib lCn(T Chops . ..... Ib. 490 Chops, ,.,ib. oao Beef BpiU'less Co .,. Sliced Baooo ,2 Ibs. 88P Wello Sllotxl Bacon.,. Ib. 380 Skinless Wloaors .,,.11). 4 DC Smoked Jowl ....... Ib. a«o Urauiisphweigur, Ib. po 390 Bolggnq, all nmat . . . . Jb. 4Uo Oho|ue Bacf Hlb'Steult, |b'78p Plnbone Slriolus , . .""Ib. 89p Hamburger , . . . . . ,8 lb»"Wo Toniuto e«" •'"•"M__._«. • 4 Ihs. WWtp Cjpri^. J ^. CwVt*Muupe», Ipyrgp 9 EGGS Hliieteit fresh Grade "A" Lars* »Jef!§y Farw" Fresh dretfe "A 0 Aoti Extra Large '•VM-Clly Special" "C" Medium EGGS EGGS Brick Cheese Domestic Blue Cheese Kraft's Pimento Cheese "'""•""" lb.89c 47c ll-OE. pk. Look What A Dime Buys! ii A. Beauty Spaghetti - 6>oi. pkg. A. Beauty Shells or Etbos •• o»oz. K. Pharr Butter Beans •• 300 can Toytown Golden Corn « I2»os. can Tender Pack Potatoes •• 300 can C. W. Salt - 26-bx. box %•' • Jergens Bath Soap '"• K. Kitten Cat Food--15-ox. Softsx Napkins— 60-ct. Ad Book Matches - 50-ct. FROZEN FOODS • "Donald Duck" 4 LlmH w!»ti $1.50 Purchase -l. Broccoli Cuts Cut Corn . plntoWM * Cherries Coffee Cake l»lot«weot 3 3 10-oz. pits. 10-oz. pits. sturKOon Bfty 20-oz. can Snrah Leo Pecan -OE. pltg. «J«)C 79c 'S Tomato Juice 3-79 Plnaoppln n Cropalrull Jultn * Rich, Flavorful ;ITH COUPON BELOW "Shamrock B-V Orange Drink Welchade Or °" Grapefruit Juice Pineapple Jul " c w Apple Juice Grape Juice Prune Juice c. w. 4&<&x. can Muiidlman'i 32-ai, hot. C. W. C. W. 2 t" 59c 3 """• $1 •» com «C • 39c $1 29c 35c 41e 24-01. bol. SWIFTNING 3-lb. With can Cou P° n Pie Filling Thm * y ° u "'*""• Pie Filling Thonk No. J con 31 C No. J can ZVC Pillsbury """'""'"° gr Candy Su "' hln * Oo "" y Min " 55 5-lb. bag ODC 10-di. pk. 29C Liquid Sweetener 6-oz. bot. WITH COUPON BELOW Suave HAIR SPRAY 15-oz. can Regular or "Hard-to-Hold" WITH COUPON BELOW Spartus Decorator CLOCKS . 4 f Models from '3.49 to 7.99 Plus Excise Tax With $25 Gold Reg. Tapes GENERAL ELECTRIC $4.98 Value Red or White Clocks .«K ' 3.29 Plus Excise Tax With $25 Gold Register Tapes Gerber's Baby Food 4'/2- Strained 6-65 Green Label Star-Kist TUNA 2163 Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti & Meat Balls 27* 15-oz. can Salerno Cookies Hippodrome Devils Food Cakes' Dutch Windmills Your Choice £ z 39c iTRI-CITY COUPOW TiPfflJ •*— «• , ': W/forfh Mc'TbwaKJJPurchase' Swiftning Shortening WITH -r . . \ cc COUPON 3-lb. can OOC Limit 1 coupon par customer with oddiltonol $1.50 or moro pur- chasa of m»a\t t groceries or produce, not Including clrogeMai or ony, coupon lt*m. Coupon/explrei after Wed,, Aug. 14. Cu'storper mOit pay salei tax Involved. Royal Crown COLA Fresher Tasting Nabisco Premium Crackers i b 31 c Nabisco Pecan Shrotbread Cookies i^ z .49c Sunshine Choc. Chip •'; Coconut Cookies ] b 49c Sunshine Sugar-Honey Grahams i b 39c Dole Pineapple TIDBITS Worth 21 c Toward,Purchase Libby's Tomato Juice g 46-01 JO «tf cans i TV WITH COUPON Limit 1 coupon per cuitomei with addlllonol $1.50 or more pur* rhaie of meolf, groceries or produce* not Including clragetfei or ony coupon Item. 1 Covpon, expires after, W«d., Aug. 14. Customer mutl pay lales lax Involved No. 2 can 39c Flavor-Klst Rye Thiris fl . oz 39c Flavor-Klst Butter Pecan Crernes &* 39c Dole Pineapple • • < Juice 2No.2cpns35c 46-oz. can 37c BIG tQP Peanut Butter In Decorated Tumbler 10-07. 45 Worth 25c Toward Purchase Puresweet Liquid ;With 6-01, ifa Coupon bot, Oft Until I coupon pot cuilomcr with gddlllonol $1,30 w raort uui- -'•••• ol maali, grotarlei or prsdute, 'not Including cliogeliai or any toupon ilem. Cglipon »plra| aflet'Wed., Aug. 14. . Cvtlomai mui( gay tolil lot In/olvjd Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Meat Boll Stew '30.oz. can PERSONNA" Stainless Steel Blades TRI-CITY COUPON .Worth 20t Toward Pwr«ha« Hair Spray r ' I'covpon p«' tvilerpfi *l »«Blj,, p/9C»'li» ,91 joy wvpon [Im. nun 10 thav«t, or more, per bladt guor-' " anleed, or money back I Tligy havt . Ihql "lre«h-blad«" fatling, | 0 r Ipjt. ury ihovingl "FASTEETH" Holds.Dentures Securely Medium 5 bladei In pkg. Pitt all double- edge roiors rtllb qddlll«nal H.» «i moi, HV> . . jrwjuca, not Including c(iagt|l«i 01 •' t«pl'll slur Wad., Aw«. 14. ^XKp'I'AiW t\\f, .ft. roll ,...,, 49$ *!••*>. ' Mtfll AII lip • • v W , QIQLEEM& PRELUQNCfNlRATE GlIEM \W BAUS OC« i > • » • i (W*

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