Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 22, 1963
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Section 2 Page* 21*38 .ma-. .*.».,.»...,_.•. Established January 15,1830, Wood RherGirl W ins "Tdl Me , EVENING TELEGRAPH Cnmtc Spdrti Classified ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, AUGUST 22,1963 WANDA SI<bKMAN WOOD RIVER — A U - year old Wood River girl, who has no aspirations td become an artist but just likes to doodle, has won herself u Brilannlca World Alias and u Brilannlca Yearbook by completing a cartoon in the "Tell Me Why" column which appears Area Coal Production Increases Coal production from three mines in the Telegraph area totaled 33,822 tons in; July, L. Leon Ruff, director of the Illinois Department of Mines and: Minerals, reported today. The figure compares with 87,946 tons mined during June of this year and 20,629 tons mined during July 1962'; A vacation period falling traditionally in July for miners brings production down during the month. Two mines in ' Madison County reported-,the highest production for July -r, 24,715 tons by 232 miners working 13 shifts on the average. This figure is 28,054 tons below the 52,769 tons produced from mines in Madison County in June but is 15; 081 tons• over July of 1962. ,..••':- .. , i One mine! 'In Macoupin County reported 9,10.7 tons for .July by 157 miners working five .shifts on the average. This figure -is 26,070 tons below the 35,177 tons produced in Macoupin in^ Juiie. and 1,888 tons '• below' Hie number .--i of tons produced in July of 1962. Coal production from 84 Illinois mines totaled 2,669,174 tons in July as compared .with ,4,478,699 tons mined during June and 2,431|393 tons mined during 'July of 1962. ••„:-! Sixteen" mines in; Williamson County reported the" highest production lor July r- 317,938 tons by 1,259 miners Working 13 shifts on the average. ; ' The bulbous onion and its numerous relatives—including garlic, leek and chive—belong to the lily* family. HERE'S'ALL YOU DO! Just stop in today and see us. Fill out your free entry blank, . .that's all there is to it, At the same time, ask about the special savings on IP-Gas appliances and farm equipment during our big LP- Gas Vacation Home Sweepstakes Contest, 9 HOMES PRIZES IN ALL! COTTAOE HILU UNITED PROPANE 14Q 'Bf Rrivo. dally In the telegraph, She is Miss Wnndn Slckmaii, daughter of Mr, and Mfs. Eugene Sickttian of 360 S, Central Ave. 'Wanda, who will be a freshnian at Hoxana High Schtjol in Sep. lember, finished the parlinlly completed cartoon In the column and described It as a "stunned sklndlver facing an angry octu- pus". The "You B-inlsh It" cartoon appeared In the Telegraph, In July. • • "1 spend a lot of my spare time at home doodling", Wanda com* mcnlccl today, "but have no plans lo study art In high school." Miss Slckman plans to prepare herself for a secretarial position. 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press, Garden Club Show Will Mark 25th Anniversary . > -•' . . ' J • WOOD UtVEtt.-M3bservaiicd the 25th anniversary of the organization will keynote the art' ntifli fall flower show of the Garden Club Sept. ? In Lewis- Clark restaurant, East Alton. Mrs. L, t>. Archer, president, reports silver will dominate the color motif in decorations for the event, which will be based on the theme, "Our 25th Year,'' Formed In 10U8 Organized Sept. 30, 1938, under ihe leadership of the late Mrs. Anna Manning, the club has grown from a charter membership of nine to an enrollment of 48. The club has sponsored many civic beautlfication projects such as the Ninth Street intersection flower garden, and have contributed trees, shrubs, etc., for the fownship Hospital, Belk Memorial Park, and many other public and city sites. Affiliated' with the district, slnte aand national councils of garden clubs, the local unit sponsored it's first'flower show in 1939 as a two-day event. The shows have been held annually, with the exception of World War 11 years, and since 1957 have been conducted In compliance with stale and national accrediting rules. Charter Members Charter niembers will be honored and a silver tea in conjunction with the flower show to celebrate the club's founding, Mrs. Archer has announced. Mrs. Arthur Crohan and Mrs. Earl Stamper are co-chairmen of the anniversary observance. Area flower growers may en* ter their specimen blossoms and plants in any or all of the 38 classifications of the show, which will be open to public viewing from 2 to 8 p.m. Entry dead- lino is 10:15 a.m., after which the displays will be judged by a board of accredited judges. Trophies and awards will be presented at 7 p.m. Mrs. James Elleclge is serving as general chairman of show arrangements, assisted by Mrs. IT. G. Schueler and Mrs. J. G. Lawrence. Junior Department The junior club, which was organized in I960, will participate in a special section of the event with artistic arrangements, horticultural specimens and a bird exhibit. Plans for the event were completed at the Wednesday meeting of the club in the public library. Mrs. Ernest Lenlngton led discussion on the study topic, "Care and Culture of Clematis Vines," and Mrs. Archer illustrated her talk on "Flower Arranging for Shows," with pictures of the basic forms. Arrangements were exhibited by Mrs. Arthur Cronan, Mrs. • YOUNG HEN ARMOUR'S Thick Sliced BACON 89 C 9TH and /V^ALBV Alton's Finest OPEN I FRIDAY • NIGHTS • TILL | 9 P.M. I GROUND BEEF . HCUUHOTI POLISH SAUSAGE REDEEM YOUR COUPONS NOW! Lbs ; HOMEMADE PORK SAUSAGE . 39c MINUTE STEAKS 4 $-100 Lbs. I „ Lb 85c DISTINCTIVELY <; DIFFERENT •; | SNAP OFF PLASTIC • BAGS . . * 39c SHURFHESH BISCUITS Cans 190 || FOODKING 2 LBS. I C| A-G BRAND -GALLON WEEKEND BUYS •pork'nBeansS s 11 30 c°an s r $ 1 00 CORN • PEACHES I COOKIES MrsA " ls "" A-G £ 303 $ 1 00 Whole Kernel U Size I FREESTONE Jj No. 2>/2 S 1 00 Cans- I 4 $i °° Reg. 29c DRESSEL HOMO. • BAGS • FANCY HEAP •••• OIMMMM MMMMM Make WEGENER'S Your "Back To School" Headquarters Note Book 300 FILLER SHEETS CANVAS * NOTE BOOK COVERS 69c PENCILS. . . . .2' 5c ji METAL — WITH THERMOS ;! m LUNCH BOXES . . $2.98 • • B ° x 35c 2 Small Loaves SUNSHINE VANILLA WAFERS D DC JI I) Taysfee Dli C fill Sandwich CAR A Shasta 3 V If ft Asst. Flavors A-G MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI . FOR DISHES | CAPRI DETERGENT . . „. 39' | 2 12 Oz. Pk Pkgs. :LETTUCE 10 • , u,^^^^.. ^^^^, ^W,*. t HW, ^^^p^' 1 ^^^Wff l |HIH ' 1^1 '^8818^ i - • " - ?>r v ®- , "JM"' O'AA \^^ ' ' ^^ - TT«7T ~ ^ipjo c Head BAQ NEW COQKINS Apples 419° PRUNE Plums 4 49 G i: I Thomns Paris, Mrs. Archer, Mrs. William Bacheldor, Mrs. Russell French, Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Stamper, Mrs. L. E. Sawyer, Mrs. Vcrnon Ragus and Mrs. Hulda Tnihnnd, who fnsh- ioned (he (able centerpiece for the dessert luncheon which preceded the meeting. SYDNEY—When completed by the end of 19R3, a new cable will link Australif). and Canada, via New Zealand, Fiji and Hawaii. It will join other cable systems to provide instant telegraph communications between Southeast Asia and the United Kingdom. Three Die When Truck Collides With Stalled Car GARY, Ind. (AP) — A trailer truck smashed a stalled and un- lighled car on the Indiana Toll Road in Gary late Wednesday night, and three Chicago residents died in the blazing wreckage of the auto. The toll road patrol identified the victims as Frank Grady, 66; his wife, Catherine, 63, and Luratine Grady, 59, believed to have been his sister. The car caught fire and burned with the bodies in it. It was not determined whether the victims died of injuries or burned to death. The truck also was destroyed by the fire, but the driver, Donald Killing, 42, of Chicago, escaped and was not Injured, The toll road patrol said the car was stopped in the driving lane with its lights off. He said the truck pushed it 823 feet and stopped with the tractor on top of the car. FAMOUS BETTY ROSE LUXURIOUS FUR-TRIMMED SALESMAN SAMPLE COAT SALE OFF REGULAR PRICE Regular 49.98 Regular 99.98 Regular 119.98 $l P 33 66 78 104 W, THIRD ST. ALTON HO 5-8851 Yes, it is true! Each one a beauty In tha newest Betty Rose styles and colors, Come in .. , try on the latest silhouettes, Feel the luxurious fabrics, note the elegant workmanship. *«*^*^*t^*SG^^ A.TJ Y A.MQB ^u^I ,,. DEPOSIT ami then small payments arrang^ LAYAWAY FLAN t_J NO OQW.N PAYMENT when chargod to your W««t

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