Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 32
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September 26, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 32

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THmTY-THfUBB RBADY TO EATU 69c VALUIl! WHOLIII CHAM AN ITEM OR TWO PEANUTS FOR YOU * SAVE ON IT ALL WITH BIG HEARTED PAUL!! N HAM! 4«« NEVER FROZEN • LIMITED FIRST CUT CHUCK ROAST 39« u HEN TURKEYS 8-12 Lb. Avg. Lb. BEEF ROAST 79« u Champ/en HICKORY SMOKED CALLIE HAMS 39« u Fresh Sliced Beef Liver 39c Strictly Fresh Sweet Breads . • 49c MAXWELL HOUSE REG. OR DRIP COFFEE 3 NO GIMMICKS, NO TRICKS OLD JUDGE IRRADIATED COFFEE No Limit 59' Lb. NO GIMMICKS. NO TRICKS RUMP ROAST 79" ^ LEGS & WINGS PORK TENDERETTES 49< u CHICKEN WINGS 4 £ 89' Frying Chicken GIZZARDS 3-1 MEADOW GOLD'S WHOLE • GRADE "A" ILK 4 Half Gals. NO GIMMICKS, NO TRICKS MEADOW GOLD'S GRADE "A" Gurn-Z-Gold 5 Half NO GIMMICKS. NO THICKS PORK CHOPS 39' u FRONTIER BONELESS Ready To Eat Canned HAMS 9-11 Lb. Avg. ROLLED PORK BUTTS 39« u SLICED B-B-Q HAM 69 C * Fresh Ham Salad . . . Home Made Lb. Sliced Cooked Salami .... 2 $1 MEADOW GOLD'S SUNNY FLAKE Buttermilk Buy 1 Qt. Get 1 Qt. FREE 2 9 *- 25° NO GIMMICKS, NO TRICKS TAYSTEE FRESH LARGE SIZE BREAD 6 2/43c J-i Loaves I NO GIMMICKS. NO T KICKS PREFERRED COFFEE 3£'1" DINING CAR COFFEE No Limit Lb. MANHATTAN . ST 8 £ 89' <> <> <> <> <> I ' l> <> <> I' <> <> <> 4 > I' <> <• <> <• <> <• «' ?.. PLAIN OR BUTTERMILK fiticuitA LIMIT Cc 12 9 Each i' (• <• <> <> <• <> <• <> <• <> «> <• KRAFT 1S3? CHEESE 2 £ 59' STA-RITE VE^UT OLEO 6 u,, $ 1 Sugar • Oatmeal AAAIf ICC 0 39c Chocolate Chip vUVlllCd 0 Pkgs. Patent C/HC/t WHITE* YELLOW* DEVIL or SPICE—Mix or Match CAKE MIX 3 POWDERED—BROWN or DARK BROWN SUGAR Limit 4 Pkgs. 2.«.. 29' FAMILY SIZE DECANTER OIL 75« PANCAKE FLOUR 4!/ 2 £ 59" FRESH SMALL EGGS 3 DO, 89° FRESH LARGE SIZE BREAD 2 39c $ if Loaves X PEACHES . . 4^;89c PEACHES 4 2Va Tins Six Cup Party Perk or (Eight Cup Parry CARAFES S 1 98 SSST Tomato Juice 3 *£• 69° Beauty Ray's Chili Con Came 3 % CRACKERS . . . £ 19« AMERICAN BEAUTY CAIID 0 Re * $1 CHICKEN NOODLE OUUr 0 ' Tins I AMERICAN BEAUTY CfUID 1A Re 9 TOMATO or VEGETABLE OUUl III Tin 303 Swt. Potatoes • 303 W.K. Corn 303 Early June Peas • Musselmon's Applesauce • 303 Tomatoes. $3.95 straight eat* or Mix or Match at ... 12 Ox. Catsup 18c Ea. . _ _ • 6*1 300 Cr. Style Corn • 300 Gr. Beans • 300 Sheliouts 303 Spinach • 300 Applesauce $3.25 case of 24 or Mix or Match at Strongheart "" 8c " e 10 jg 95" DAYTV DOC FOOD 10 Reg. $ 1 If U A hi r . $3.45 Case of 48 10 Tins I PET MILK or CARNATION $6.95 Case A Tall of 48 Tins MILNOT $4.75 Case of 48 in Tdi $ i III Tins I 300 Kraut • 303 Beets • 300 Butter Beans • 300 Kidney Beans • 300 Mix Vegetables • 300 |% 15c G&W Limas«303 Greens •> 300 Potatoes Ea. 300 Gr. Beans & Spuds. 2.95 case 24 tins |% 15c C«| Q Ea. I PORK & BEANS • SPAGHETTI • HOMINY • RED BEANS • NAVIES NORTHERNS • CHILI BEANS • BLACKEYE PEAS • PINTO BEANS Shoestring Potatoes • Baby Butter Beans • $2.35 Straight Cases • 300 Tins WASHED RED VENT VIEW BAG Fine Quality! MIX OR MATCH ANANAS VERY FINEST!! 10* TOKAY GRAPES - 10* GRAPEFRUIT FLORIDA PINK MEAT Each 10 1 Thursday Evening TV Digest <R) Denote* Ref>roadca«t KTVI (ABC) 2, KMOX (OB8) 4, KSD (NBC) 8, KPLR 11 8:00—2 4 5 News 9 What's New? 11 Three Stooges (R) 6:15—2 City Camera 4 5 Weather & Sports 11 Rocky & His Friends 6:25—2 Weather 4 Summary: Allen 5 Recap: Condon 6:30—2 Flintstones 4 PASSWORD (Season Preinlprr 1 ,) 5 Temple Houston 9 St. Louis at 9 11 Amos "n Andy (R) 7:00—2 Donna Reed 4 RAWHIDE (Season Premiere) 9 India Documentary 11 People Are Funny (R) 7:30—2 My Three Sons 5 DR. KILOARB (Season Premiere) 11 Best of Groucho (R) 8:00—2 Jimmy Dean 4 PKBBV MASON (Season Premiere) 9 What in the World 11 Thriller 8:30—5 Hazel 9 To Speak With Friends 9:00—2 Edie Adams 4 THE NURSES (Season Premiere) 5 SPECIAL: The Washing- ton Negro 9 St. Louis at 9 11 Movie - "Fair Winds to Java" (1952) Fred MacMurray, Victor McLaglen 9:30—2 BATTLE LINE (Premiere) — Documentary reports on film of major campaigns fought in W. W. II •Jlni Bishop is host 9 Court of Reason 10:Oft—2 4 5 News 10:10-2 5 Weather 10:J5—2 Steve Allen 5 Johnny Carson 10:20-4 Weather 10:25—4 Eye-Line: Roby 10:30—4 Movie — "And Baby Makes Three" (1949) Barbara Hale, Robert Young 10:55-11 Movie-'Timber" (1942) Dan Dailey, Leo Carillo 11:4ft—2 Movie — "Doctor at Sea" (1956) Brigitte Bardot, Dirk Bogarde 12:00—5 Tonight in St. Louis 12:03—4 Movie — "People vs Kll- dure" (1940) Lew Ayrcs, Lionel Barrymore 12:30—3 11 News 12:40—11 Newsreels & Religion l:lft—2 News & Sports 1:20—2 Mahalia Jackson 1:35—4 News & Religion NewKaye Show Came Off Well By CYNTHIA LOWBY AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP)—The product —and the only one—of a comedian is the laughter of his audience. Danny Kaye is a great comedian because he can evoke laughter In so many different ways. Wednesday night in miere show on CBS, laired pixie sang an Friday Daytime, Sept. 27 5:15—4 5:20—4 5:30 — 4 «:00— 4 S:30-4 7:00—4 Give Us This Day News: Tom Brooks Sunrise Semester Town & Country P.S. 4 Morning Scene Today: Hugh Downs News: Carmichael World of Mr. Zoom Mahalia Jackson Farm Report News ' , Rural Almanac Capt. Kangaroo Tree House Cartoons 9:00—2 Iflng & Odie 4 CBS News .Say Whei, Begins Broadcast Day Romper Room NBC News I Love Lucy (R) Play Your Hunch Price Is Right The McCoys (R) Concentration Seven Keys Pete and Gladys (R) Missing Links Tennessee Ernie Love of Uf» 1st Impression CBS News Father Knows Best (R) Hearch for Tomorrow Truth or Consequence: (Guiding Light NBC News General Hospital News-Weather: Roby News: Jim Burke 11 Newsreels 12:05—4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Divorce Court' 4 A3 World Turns 11 Cartoons & Comics 1:00—4 Password 5 People Will Talk 11 Movie — Rre Thins., 10:55 p.m., Ch. 11 NBC News Day i" CV>ur» Houst- Party The I hicttirs Mid-Day Report Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15-11 Movie - See Thurs., 9 p.m., Ch. 11 2:25—4 CBS News 2:30—2 Who Do You Trust? 7:30—4 7:40—4 7:45—2 7:50—2 7:55—2 8:00—2 4 8:30—2 5 9 9:15—2 9:25—5 8:30—4 5 10:00—2 4 5 10:30—2 4 5 11:00—2 4 5 11:25—4 i 11: 30— 2 4 5 11:4.3—4 .11:55-5 Noon— 2 4 5 1: 2.1— .1 J:.'M— 2 4 .5 1:54—2 Edge of Night You Don't Say Trailmaster (R) Secret Storm Match Game NBC News SS Popeye Make Room tor Daddy Adventures in Paradise Movie — "Zlegfield Fol 4 5 3:00—2 4 5 3:25-5 3:30-4 5 (R) 4:00—2 (R) • 4 lies" (1945) Lucille Ball, Judy Garland 5 Corky the Clown 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:30—5 Maverick (R) 5:00—2 Rifleman (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30—2 Zane Grey Theater (R) 4 CBS News: Cronkite 5 Huntley-Brinkley Carrollton Unit Schedules Dinner CARROLLTON — Members of the board of education of the Carrollton Community Unit and their his pre- the red- amusing . song with a pantomime adconv"' paniment by .1 high stool that magically followed him around the stage. Then he followed up with a sketch that went on a little too long about a nervous man on lis first plane ride. The big production number waa demonstration of how a beset ball song would be written by Lorner and Loewe. Leonard Bernstein and Meredith Willson. Onn sketch about an instrumental group was slapstick that did not come off at all. But generally it was a delightful show with a nice easy swing to it. The kindest thing one can do for "Glynis" the other CBS premiere of the evening is to ignore it and hope that it will go away— quietly. An alleged mystery-comedy, it was so broad and corny that one felt sorry for capable Glynis Johns and handsome Keith Andes, its stars. For the first time in almost two weeks, there will be no new programs making their debuts tonight. However, CBS' "Password" starts its season on a new night and hour (6:30-7) Central Daylight Time) with Lucille Ball and her husband, Gary Morton, as guest players. Both NBC's "Dr. Kildare" and CBS 1 "Perry Mason" have season premieres. Perry will perform his courtroom tricks an hour later this season (8-9). Experience In Emergencies RICHMOND. Va. (AP) — Four experienced doctors have taken lover the emergency room of. Richmond Memorial Hospital, re?;-, placing interns. The doctors, all in practice If} to 12 years, gave up their private practices to form a partnership to staff the emergency room. One doctor will be on duty at all times and another will be on standby. wives and the members of t h e faculty of the unit and their husbands and wives will have a dinner meeting in the high school cafeteria Thursday evening, social evening will follow the ner. Honored on Birthday Dr. Aubrey A. Houser Jr. said it is to a patient's advantage to have an experienced physician immediately available to treat CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. William Overby entertained at dinner at their home Tuesday evening honoring Mrs. Overby's mother, Mrs, John Becker, who was celebrating her birthday. Other guests were John Becker, Robert Nash and Mrs. Mary Becker and daughters, all of Carrollton. Attend Guest Night heart attacks, poisonings, auto- "jmobile injuries and other emer-,' igencies. ±. I The hospital discontinued its ui^ item program because of de»j ficiencies in meeting AmericaiJ; Medical Association accreditation^; requirements. ';• Be alert today, alive tomorrow.: Mrs. Dorothy Brock went to Jerseyville Tuesday evening where they participated in "Guest. Night" at the Rebekah Lodge.- Mrs. Jackson served as inside guardian, Mi's. Bishop as conduc-. 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