Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 28, 1972 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 28, 1972
Page 11
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/: MR. AND MRS. TONSOR Jerseyville couple to mark golden wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Stephen John Tonsor of 612 N. Liberty, Jerseyville, will observe thc'ir golden wedding anniversnry Sunday, Sept. ;i, during i hill :15 a.m. services ;it 'he Holy Ghost Church, .)o-- seyville. A family dinner at noon and an open house from 2:15 to 4:30 p.m. will follow in the Knights of Columbus Hall. Mr. Tonsor and the former Miss Rosemary WalJ wore married Sept. (i, 19?.2, in the Holy Ghost Church. Mr. Tonsor was employed by the Shell Refinery for 18 years and was later employed by Baughman Fabrication for 17 years. JJt was also engaged in farming. Mrs. Tonsor has spent 48 years in social work. The coule are the parents of 10 children and 65 foster children. There are 37 grandchildren, 6 2 foster grandchildren. 6 great grandchildren and several foster great grandchildren. Invitations are not being mailed and the couplo requests no gifts. Plans September vows MISS JEFFREYS Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Jeffrys of 656 W. McArthur Drive, Cottage Hills, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Pamela Denise, and Donny Wanye Cummins. The bride-elect, a member of the 1972 graduating class of Civim Memorial High School, Bethalto, is employed by the Wood River Furniture Mart. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Cummins of 422 Doerr St., Roxana. I.'c is a 1072 graduate of Roxana High School and is employed by American Commercial Barge in Alton Staimton couple to mark silver wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Cope of Staunton will greet friends and relatives during an open house at 7 p.m. Saturday at Concordia Hall in Staunton to be held in observance of their silver wedding anniversary. He and the former Miss Dorothy Cunningham Fry were married Aug. 30,1947. They are the parents of four, Mrs. Lloyd (Janet) Shaw of Alton; Mrs. Steve (Toni) Pruden of Williamson; Gene Fry of Staunton; and Dwight Cope of Jerseyville. Mr. Cope is employed by A. 0. Smith Corporation of Granite City as a truck driver. Mrs. Cope is an employe of Community Memorial Hospital in Staunton. Free 1'iulor Hoof I'urking BENTON & Lfi Perle HAIR FASHION Phone: 405-201^ or 4«::-HHt;i Illiiii First Federal Building State mid Wall Street Make TOM BOY YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR Flavor-plus MEATS CHECK Ollt Hf:l>\ISI>lV AD FOR BtG SAVUVfiS! KRAMER ELECTRIC CO. 39 K. FERGUSON AVK. — W(X)D KIVEH, ILL. Westinghouse Air Conditioners & Appliances GltAJMN'J'KUU SIOICMCK ({uulity Appliances At Low, Low I'rifcs. \\ iirt-huusu ( UiscouU, Freight Adjusted, A Floor S Last Vcur fl YOU SAVE FROM I to 50% OFF SEE US FOR BETTER VALUES AIR CONDITIONERS—PRICES START AT $99.00 COMPLETE WITH INSTALLATION KIT 1 lovelier you Aid for home hair colorin THEATRES Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, August 28,1972 A-ll By MARY SUE MILLER If you color your hair at home, there is nothing so important as having products you can rely on for top performance. It's like the theatre: a hit show depends on the star and the star depends on the supporting players. Just so with hair coloring: However fabulous a lightener or tint, its effectiveness is lessened when support from required back-ups fails. One such new aid is Creme Peroxide, which purports to make bleaches work faster and tints work better. Tested by salon experts it is pronounced an easydo for the do-it-your-selfer. Creme Peroxide has all the advantages of 20-volume liquid peroxide like easy mixing and measuring, plus the advantages of creme. As Creme Peroxide is mixed with either bleach or tint it thickens to a rich lather. Viscosity renders it manageable and prevents running over hair and scalp. In other words, it stays put — lightens what you want it to lighten and tints what you want it to tint. And please note: regardless of their unopened strength, liquid peroxides tend to lose that strength once the bottle has been opened. Not so with Creme Peroxide, for by maintaining its ?,0-volume strength it is useable to the last drop. Thus, if you do not use it all up the first time, it will still do the job weeks ater. Cooking cues Allspice comes two ways — in whole berries and in ground form. Vi\ ?/ (FABULOUS-AMD \IOIO/T MYSELF. N Open 7:00 Stiirt, Dusk CAPRI 010 ST LOUIS RD IWVST -i NITKS "The Stepmother" (R) 'Chain Gang Women 1 (R) 3rd BELL INN CAFETERIA & LOUNGE 99c SPECIAL DAILY Private Parties : I'M Nun Hii-k'. BEl*AIR HWY Aft II II • 2 BIG HITS* NOW thru TUES. Rend Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Alton Area's Finest 2530 STATE N. ALTON 466-9796 Mon. & Tues. Special 11 a.m.-9 p.m. A » » SMORGASBORD ... $ 1 75 Children Under 12 — $1.25 C R -,.'Ti-;rb-- 2ND ADULT HIT: TWILIGHT PEOPLE. THIS WEEK ONLY! 9 P.M. TO 1 A.M. "FIRE & ICE" FEATURING: DONNA ANNA A=OPEN TUES. li:3(l *THE RED 3214 E. BROADWAY — ALTON, ILL. WANTED 8 HOMES THAT NEED PAINTING ALTON, ILL. — Eight home owners in this general aren will be given the opportunity of having the new Saw-Kerf Super Steel Siding by C(nit«y.l States Steel applied to th«lr homes with optional decorative work at a very low t-ost. This amazing new product has captured the interest of home owners throughout rhe United States who are fed up with constant painting und other maintenance costs. It can last for 30 years and provides full insulation summer and winter, as well as firo protection. Our new product can be used over every typo of home, Including frame, concrete bloi'k, stucco, etc. It comes in 7 colors and is now going to be introduced to the Alton market. Your home can be a show place in your vicinity nnd we will make it worth your while if we can use your Home. For appointment please write (including name, address and phone nuinher) to Jack Johnson, 11 West Third St.. Alton, III., 63002, or vail 462-8775. Our representative will call on you without obligation. DINING HOURS Til) 10 P.M. Nightly Open All Afternoon Sunday Ever seen our menu? It's the most complete in town. Steaks & Chicken of course. . But also daily gourmet items. Sweet & Sour Pork Veal Scallopim Oriental Shrimp Beel Tips Burgundy Also- Delighllul Fish Items THE BEEF 'N' BIRD It's a great plac* to dint) FILM RATING GUIDE For Parents and Their Children GENERAL AUDIENCES All Ages Admitted PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED Some Material May Not B« Suiubla For Pre-Teena0er» RESTRICTED Under 17 requires accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED (Age limit may vary in certain areat) Printed ai a public icrvlce by - ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH = [ Today & Tues. OfwrtWj COOL GRAND Comfortably COOL WILDEY • 2 DISNEY HITS • 2:4(1 6:00 9:20 Tuesday at 9:00 WALT DISNEY _ productions' PLUS 2ND HIT • 1:00 4:20 7:35 Tuesday at 7:15 WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' THE BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE PLEASE XOTE! Grand & \ViJdey Open Tuesday at 6:30 Miiilison ('itnni\-'s I'iiii'st! CINE »I III, DOM*! lUttu I FREE PARKING! HOW SHOWING! WALT DISNEY productions' \i NAPOLEON and SAMANTHA IM.I S II nil /fixirt '» I fllllllc: "llnrrfiiiii I\i i nilM'"— II:.V» (liih [STARLIGHT 1KB COlirCE 1VL. ULTON pi'ii 7 pin — Siiirix Dusk! ENDSTOMORROW1 Tntlilr I. Hlllii|irr Sirip M«| Mon.-Tues.-Wed. Only AUGUST 28-29-30 NOTICE: We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities! li OSCAR MAYER" Small Meaty SPARERIBS 2 TO 3 LB. SIZE FINE FOR BARBECUING!! 10. SMOKE FLAVOR VIENNA SAUSAGE Armour 5C °; 33c Pillsbury Pkg. COCONUT ALMOND FROSTING SPACE STICKS %' k -°'-47c Pillsbury Pillsbury " 47c ' 57c Cookie Break Cookies NABISCO »* : 52* Hi-Ho Crackers SUNSHINE 39c Sociables Crackers NABISCO K 52* Cheeze-lts SUNSHINE 10-oz. pkg. Salerno SALTINE CRACKERS 16-07.. 41 o&c FRENCH FRIED ONIONS 300 can 33« SWIFTNING SHORTENING Ib. can 3 Peanut Butter Cereal CAPTAIN CRUNCH 11-oz. 48 And this time. . i he s not alone! Armour POTTED MEAT 5V2-OZ. can 2T Armour Vienna Sausage 5-oz. ^^£ can Wishbone ITALIAN DRESSING but. 39' I TUESDAY Something special going on at Ponderosa A great steak dinner Ponderosa's regular $1.49 great Family Steak Dinner. Served with baked potato, crisp tossed salad and roll. All for $1.09. A delicious bargain for you. Every Tuesday from 4 o'clock on, at Pondursoa. PONDEROSASTEU BOOSE where tender Ihings, as otwa/b liappaiinq 43 WEST EDWARDSVILLE ROAD WOOD RIVER DIAL 254-6879 Try our 'Authentic English" Fish and Chips and SAVE O (2 PIECE ORDER) O N Save LTic on 2 piece order cf Fisli tind Chips — t\\'o big siurulent fillets aii(t an order ol' rliips — regularly $1.15 for only 90f. No limit. NOW THRU SUNDAY, SKl'T. TAKE HOM» 6 FI«I| m*-*; mitf 1322 MILTON ROAD ALTON, ILLINOIS KOOL-AID REG. - ALL FLAVORS ^69* 10 CARNATION DIET SLENDER 10-oz. can Dial Anti-Perspirant DEODORANT REIUIARor l:\SCENTKD 14-oz. ho m b $159 1 PRELL CONCENTRATE SHAMPOO $125 7-oz. Tube 1 WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING HAIRDRESSING Dry Dog Food CHUCK WAGON RAID INSECTICIDES LIQUID INSECT SPRAY ANT 'n ROACH SPRAY HOUSE 'n GARDEN SPRAY FLYING INSECT KILLER OFF Insect Repelent YARD GUARD FOGGER 16-oz. hot. 11-oz. bomb 16.5-oz. $1 /A bomb I •" 12.2 oz. $1 ng bomb I-U7 6.5-oz. bomb 20-oz. $1 ( bomb ••* GLADE AIR FRESHNER LUX LIQUID DETERGENT DETERGENT 1Q-OUNCES FREE! $189 10-1 DOW 32-oz. bot. 58* BATHROOM CLEANER 20-oz. bomb 79«

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