Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 15, 1963 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 15, 1963
Page 28
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fMUMSDAY, AUfflJffr IS, 1163 Jersey Girl on Loan For State Fair Duty SPRINGFIELD — Miss Jud Stone, 19, of Jerseyville is on of hundreds of state employes wh are annually shifted about an "loaned out" for special servic in connection with Illinois Sta Fair. Regularly employed In the D partment of Public. Safety as clerk-typist for Illinois Mighwa Police, since the fair got undo way last week Miss Stone ha been doing mote of the same, bu In a different place. For the duration of the fair sh Is In the news room In the fa office building hammering out Ion lists of prize winners on th typewriter, these are then mlrr eographed and sent to news mec la throughout the state. Miss Stone, daughter of M and Mrs. Paul Stone of Jersey ville, participated in the 198 Miss Jersey County contest. Sh was then a junior at Jersey Com MISS JUDY STONE Forest Homes Assii* to Seek New^Menibers FOREST HOMES — The newly organized Forest Homes Civic Assn. will launch a membership drive soon, it was announced today. Earl C. Huch, district supervisor for the Illinois Youth Commission, addressed the group Wednesday evening and urged the association to seek new members. The association will meet each Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the Forest Homes Elementary School. WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-00 E. Broadway Special Lot of CHILDREN'S SHOES Values to 3.95 Most Sizes 8Va to 3 Fresh As Spring! MILK Quart ;: ALL FLAVORS ICE CREAM HALF GAL. 69 Special Fri., Sat., August 16th and 17th CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 3353 State St. Across from Cordes Studebaker Garage, North Alton 107 Edwardsvllle Rd.. Wood River 733 E. Airline Or., Rosewood Heights OPEN 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. BALANCE YOUR BUDGET WITH SAVINGS FROM THE •HBKBRDI SAF-T-LUBE MOTOR OIL Qt. CENTER BARGAIN Back-to-School SUPPLIES! NEW AC SPARK PLUGS . SPARK PLUG WIRE SET, 8 Cyl. . SHOCK ABSORBER OVERLOAD SPRINGS. A 88 REGULAR $12.50 "Wrangler" BLUE JEANS $2.49 Size 4 to 16. Union Made Bib Overalls . $2.99 Union Made Overall Pants.$1.99 BACK-TQ-SCHOOL DRESSES TRANSISTOR RADIO Si/.o 1 to 14—Brand New Cotton $2.89 $3.89 BIG—6 Transistor SET—A Bargain .. SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT DISCOUNT PRICES—COME OUT AND SELECT NEEDS NOW Come Out This Sunday-We're Open All Day! WILD GOOSE BARGAIN CENTER Coovenlently l-PC8ted Jusl 3 Mllei Uast ol Uethulto PLENTY Of PARKING DIAL DU 4-9022 munity High School. The special state fair duty, Miss Stone says, Is Wore Interesting and relaxing than her regular job with the state police — because it is a change. ,, "I don't have to work very hard for the police, but I'm glad 1 was given this job because it's different and we get to sit around and talk." Tax Hikes Hurt DJAKARTA — Foreign importers In Indonesia say they are hampered by tax increases. Iran Waters Beets TEHRAN — Iran's government is working on a plan to irrigate the Country's beet fields. Three Drivers Get Suspensions On Licenses SPRINGFIELD, III., «• ^Sccre- lary of State Charles F, tiarpen- tier today announced the revocation of one, and the suspension of three drivers licenses 6f Alton area men. Revoked was the license of Claude D. Llndsey, 432 Bender, Rosewood Heights, on a conviction for drag facing. Suspended were the licenses of! Sylvester 0. Bloemker, 3202 Franor, Alton, two months on one conviction for illegal passing and two convictions for speeding. Ronald H. McGee, 512 Serlng, Alton, four months on convictions for making a right turn too fast, careless driving and improper Admitted to Hospitnl EDWAffliWlLLE - Two reisJdents.wTife?admitted Wedfles- day to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, nine patients were discharged and three births fecdfded. Born to Mr, and Mrs. William Henderson, 678 East Vandalla, a daughter, at 5:04 p.m. Wednesday, weight B pounds 11 ounces. The mother Is the former Ruth Blatnlck,' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Blnnkenship, 439 Aldfup, a daughter, at 5:46 p.m., weight 7 pounds 3 ounces. The mother Is the for- lane usage. James F. Lay ton, 1318 First St., Cottage Hills, three months on conviction for causing or contributing to an accident involving death or personal injury. mer Bonnie Lee. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Ahart, 215 Convent ft Pi., a son, at 2:31 a.m. today, weight 8 pounds 6 ounces. The .mother Is the former Myrtle Moet-e. Admitted were: George Peo, Rte. 5; Randy Russell, if)5 East "J" St. Discharged were: Miss Jane QUadc and James Quadc, 839 Ann; Miss Rose Landa, Rte. 4j Mrs. Linda Clayton, 814 Highland! Mrs. June Schneider, (508 >Q a f* field; Mrs. Leona Schelbe, Rle. 1; Regan Young, 41 Circle DrrV6| Keith McDonald and Miss Mofll- ca McDonald, 118 Second Ave. Kidnap Plots FlmiHuh HONG KONG ~: Several kidnapping plots have been uncov- ened by Hong Kong police. Indians Worry NEW DELHI - Indian economists are expressing' fears about the country's industrial capacity. »i Burnt Lip m Live WOOD RIVER - A flvo-yenr- old girl wns takon to Ilio Wood River Township Hospitnl Wednesday for burns received when she stuck h live electric wife in her rtidUth nt home. . Laura tfntie Dyer, daughter of Mr. ntid Mrs. Joseph Dyer, 913 fi, Clmln of tfocks ltd., Granite City, was treated and released from the hospital at 6:35 p.m. for burns of the lower lip. Mrs. Dyer said her daughter was trying to get a knot out of art electric wire with her teeth while the wire Was plugged In. And apparently bit through the wire's protective covering. Other youngsters treated and re- tensed from the hospital fa* to- juries wore: William Clfttfc, 4, Alton, who struck his head Oft a coffee table; Randall Malone, f, -Alton, who .fell off his bicycle; Robert Dodson, 11, Alton, who slopped on a fusty nail; and Gerald tXtbey, 8, Cotlnge Mills, who fell on his wngon while plnylng nt hofne. DUKE BAKERY BIO HMify —Dlnl MO 2-3(122 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Parly Cakes Fryer Fryer Chuck Beef Arm Pork m Fresh Ground Beef * 49 C Beef Short Ribs 49 Sliced Bacon S 2-99' FRESH Never Frozen Lb> Cut from Fresh Fryers, Never Frozen "Super.Righr CENTER CUTS "Supe* Right CeiHer Curt Lb. FREEZER BEEF Hindquarters 170 Lb. Avg, 59 C or Braunschweiger in. OQ* By the Piece UU Large Bologna Frozen Whiting Fish 5 99' Ocean Perch Fillets 2 - 85' Lb. Fore Quarters 180 Lb. A** 49 C You'H Got Th M « Git* Round St«ok ffrlota Steak T-6on« Lb. Ground B«ef You'll 4tt Th«e CuN OHM* Roast Rib Roatt Soup Meat Ground Beef Steak* 0irrf Wrapped free of Charge m m *mm msm 88S5i mm Golden Ripe Fancy •m ::*£S* mi m r*:*:3 m nas None Priced Higher $m California JUMBO 36 Size mi Seedless Grapes Fresh Peaches Fancy Fresh Fancy Quality -29* Potatoes r^s- 25 '-99* Fresn -19* Golden Corn sss, 12 - 49* F^h Egg Plant •Mfa HOMB OUOAVIf •ftoh Jane Parker BAKERY WEEK! AiHrel Food Ring . .-•wW^MW-'i.'+'W.Wv**.., ^^ REGULAR 49c A & P Spinach Our Very Ffne»* Quality Sp/nocfc Stock Up Sultana Kef. llo Raisin, Prune or Almond Jane Parker Sandwich Bresd Coffee Cake Pineapple Pie Blueberry Muffins Morton 24-oc. loaf ' Rug. 48o 45' 49' Parker Salad Dressing Lemon Juice . Kraft Miracle Whip Sunsweet T, Fancy Tomatoes Toilet Tissue Qt. Realemon 24 Oz, fuart Jwr JU1OB , R*f. Btfl Mellt Glo •9-M, BM. 2 Ttn» Charmln 7 O« 35c 59c 59c 49' 39* 29c FROZEN DESSERT PIES Apple, Peach or Cocoanut Ciutird TOc-SALE-lOc 0 Oz. Kraft Mustard Kobey Shoestring Potatoes Milnot or Topic Bak Y Crisp Bacon Rings 4 Season's Salt Sultana Pork & Beans Ann Page Red Beans Bush Navy Beans Your Choice Redeem Ypur 7e Chaio & Sanborn Coupons ot A&P! Z'/4 OZ, Tall Can Can 26 Oz. 16 OK, Can 16 Oz. Can 800 Can Book Matches ^-- Py-O-My "jKsjsns^, ^10* Ketchup-2-29* 2-45* Volks Gerkens Alcoa -WfraD?a^ 2 ? * 49* Cake Mixes Cookies **» 29c . .,, ^ With TU. PurebiM «I Coitcllo's FROZEN DISSERT .* 1 69c B t p|f M ' 3 STORES TO SIRVe YOU! WASHINGTON S9UARE. AJ.TQN 41! PIASA ST., ALTON W. ROAO, WOOD RIVW

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