Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
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PAGETWEN tun i ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , APRIL 6, 1W1 K.S. Wright Starts 10th Term a* Supervisor CAKROLLTOf* - It. S. Wright of Wrights was rejected super visor tn Wrights tmwwtiip for the tenth tnmeoAive term. Wright, 68, has spent 33 of his 6fi jw*r* as sapervfsor and during fcgt time h* WB* only opposed OIK* for the oHkW and his opposi- ttan at that time was (he Other supervisor* elwted to Greene County Tuesday were: Harry Grizzle of Kane, who ii new to the office, having defeated Lester SpriniBTnan. incumbent; Gene Battv. CarroMton, re-elected, Heart* CARROU.TON - Dr Horn was elected chairman of 9w> board of trustees of the Preatoyt*- rian Church Monday cn-eninj! at the church. Robert Sehacher wa* named secretary of the board. VeWele AceWeti! CARROLLTON — A pick-up truck driven by Mayor Richard Gllter and a car driven by Geonee Winters Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Winters Sr.. were $62Collected ForRedCross InHamelArea HAMEL - Mrs. Paul Hishlnnd- er, Red Cross chairman, reports that a total of SRMO wns collected heir in the house-to-house can- Speakers at Teachers 9 Institute in Attm Friday vass. Mrs HHbert Schumacher and Mrs. Ray Savant assisted Mrs. Highlander with the canvass. noRpftft) HAMEL -William Langendorf St Joseph's Hospital in an accident at 7 p.m. Tuesday j nt Highland late Tuesday after- on the comer of South Main but both vehuSrs worn badly danv ' r as wore Carl McAdnms of Rood- aged ' ..... _____ house, Georgr Clark of Rtuffdale Angels with Power and Gu\ Kinser o{ Rubicon. 1^>^ AMiKI.KS .V Thr board of supervisors will members of thr t.os Aneele* \\ook. returned at Me- 1 main Otffitt Mftoral. good Mtetnif I from ttW' Iftrti •ftd' nlfM. •«**• tt rtb fldt W flBtf two tot of water. Nationally known maga- rine writer and foreign corrwipondent, cove ring i Avt*finn mlifnr of the h 0 * 1 Hosprtnl at A1ton *• *•«•• ****** ! chl^gToaJlV Amerlcin, I Mrs. William ohm re^ntered, a nd WHS one of s*c corns- an a wnrd winning lournal- TVVO MemoriMi Hospital at Alton this spondenfe on the Man- laf an d onp (Imp Radio DR. E. J. WALKKR Protestant co-chairman of the National Confer* organize Mondav. April I.M. Oeorce Washington served as Open Dail? 6:80. Start ^ p.m. Adult! .Wo—KUMIe* 25e M»Hnmp Sat. and Sun. STARTING TONIGHT First Ttmp «t RrRMlm 1 Price<i p.m. Interesting Short Subjects Shown at 7 p.m. Sat., lOtBtr lERR-MITCHUM-DSTINOf ID 6 9631> NOW Thru TUES. FRIDAY - MATINEE ONLY! School's Out Friday ... So Enjoy Yourselves at Our GIANT "CARTOON SHOW" 2 HOURS OF GOOD FUN! Antel* h<->ld home inn records R,« Knllst* In Army , Chinese tor their pre\>o«s teams, l^oh HAMK1. - Mr. and Mrs Gils' striirk. t'erv hit > s hotnrrs for the Kan- l^M>h«enht)i: have received word) . _ sa.« City Athletii-s in U>5S. Rook- thai ilwii «>n. SP I I lent Id l.cii-h - i ie Leu Rurke hn L'1 four haRs;ers si'nnni;. has re-enlisted in the! in ]»!» for Mutni in the Inter- ,\nm for an Hriditinnal three" 1 vestryman^, Christ Church in national I.eacue. a rluh tmord \cars. 'Alexandria, Va. for a right-handed hatter. Gerald entered the Army in February of 1JW and is stationed in Nwkersulm. (lennany. He will spend another year overseas before returning lo the states. Jersey Group Will AtteiidYoiithCongress JERSKYVILLK - The Junior High BYF of the First Baptist Church will leave by chartered , I bus Friday for Murphysboro to (attend the annual Youth Con-; jgress to be conducted Friday and j Saturday at the First Baptist Church in Murphysboro. Going as lenders and sponsors will be Mr. and Mrs. Don Forrester. Rev. Applequist of Bethel; Baptist and Rev. Harold Lane of ( Jerseyvilie Baptist Churches. Young people attending from, the Jerseyvilie Church will be; ! Richard Roberts. Linda Crone.! |Carl Maup'in Jr.. Dana Catt. Ken- ! i neth Huff, Linda Lou Langley, [ ' Sharon Angel. David Vourning. Ju-' ;dy Woolsey, Linda Sheets, Da>Tia| I Forrester, Leslie Ho\vell. Joettai ; Eisler. Kendric Forrester and: Yonnie .Ypung. i j • i ! Neunaber Only i i School Candidate ! .. «=.- • | BETHALTO - William E. Neu- inaber. 310 Sherman, is running unopposed in an election Saturday j for the position of school trustee ]in Ft. Russell Township. j Residents of Ft. Russell Town- iship vdties at the Bethalto Grade j School from noon to 7 p.m. as*: *s*i *;. «ft :5*a ^.«.--r« •s«-W"acur=i Oommunifitfl tf, e 1959 ontstandlng DR. LOW15LL FISHER Coordinator, School-Unl- vewlty Arttewhittoli. Coordinator of Pflhlto School .... ••.»,-„«, member of the j Fadllttes. of the Unlver- neu-flpaperman of the year Oovernor's Advisory Com- slty of ifllnoh, and State by thp Air For<-«* Assocla- m | M | on on the Aged, a Chairman of tile. North Won. former radio executive, editor of a national maga- Want Ads "CLICK" zlnp and a minister. Central Colleges Schools. Association of and Secondary THY THIS ONI - JW POT UUOWI! "TNI MALI AMIMAL" i»f jams* thirktr LITTLI TNUTMf (M. April 10ttt.11l*«tf lift-lift •HOWFLACE 2410 H««ry St. Curtain ItlS P.M. For re»erv»tioni—call Mr*. Ed Groihong CL 4-1577 or HO 2-6862 (No 6bBflft0 In renervRtlonn for season ttoketa After April 8th) Phone O, 4-AI.VJ >o Parking Prohlomt at Havana Frl.. Sah, Man. Continuous From ^ P.M. San. Continuous from 1 P.M. FHI.-SAT.-SUN.-MON. Jahn Wayne Stewart Granger Fa Wan—Capnrine "NORTH TO ALASKA" Color—Cinemascope Jt:57 Eddie Comtantlne Pier AaceJi Rlrhnrrt Att*-nboroueh "S.O.S. PACIFIC" , 7:>0 SF.LECTED SHORTS CENTER CUT BEEF ROUND STEAK ORIVf-INS CAPRI Formerly Alt-Wood D. I. TOXK1HT Thru SAT. 2 "ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEES" WITH PLUS 3 STOOGES COMEDIES One Complete Show Only! DOORS OPEN 12:45 STARTS 1:30 Cartoons Galoro Sirloin Steak CINT1R CUT Ib. _ T-Bone SU— Cj Super Rite Skinless Frankfurters CLUB or ,. FORTfRHOUSE ID. 89 99 Kane ; KANE — Members of the Roy- jal Neighbor Lodge met Monday i evening at the home of Mrs. Ivan i SlKirkVlford • with Mrs. Charles I Davenport as ro-hostess. Games I were pla>-ed and prizes awarded jto Mrs. Pitul Carlton, Mrs. William Reit and Mrs. Fred Mow- re\. James Crotchett has returned to lllrnois-.State Normal University. after spending the past 10 days : uith his mother, Mrs. Ross Crot- chrtt. One hundred persons attended a| ha.skcthiill hfinquet Monday eve-j nint; in the elementary school cafctcrrii. Lunchrun uas prepared and served by mothers of the hovs'and cheerleaders. Ashury \Valk presented the boys with letters. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Darr have returned to their home from Sii- lina. Kan., where they were guests; Easter of their son, A.I' (.' and Mrs. Wayne Darr and family. The Seminole Indians of the] Florida Everglades are the de-! scendants of about l.'>0 mem hers; of the tribe who refused to be! removed to Oklahoma in 1H-11 and| took refuge in the swamps. Purex £01 Sc Off j ug Soilax Cleaner Breeze V* 14" Biscuit Mix 2 C* 39c Whole Chicken SM* 89c Charcoal Briquets 20 a, 99' Kotex Napkins ;v, 45* Kleenex ^ A IT 5 U p rcme SaltineS Kleenex Towels 2&41 _ T . BLEACH JANI PARKER BAKED fOOOSI CAKE DONUTS toiDCN, SUGARED «f SPECIAL! Spice Cake Jane Porker Reg. 43e Spanish Bar laefc RAND NOW! ° 6P 3 E o N 2 SHOWINGS NIGHTLY—7:35 and 9:30 Dalmatians "^ -rfconuifOUDa' *J • PLUS. Walt Ditnty's "MYSTERIES OF THE DEEP" ^ EXTRA! Bug« Bunny 'WITCH'S TANGLED HARE" OPEN 5:45 FRIDAY FBI. - SAT. - SUN. PRINCESS - Metro Goldwyi Mayet •Jur.-» Hurt • <oiini»- » r:ui< i-. • i Sliiatn (i i> j and H.l.'i HU5- YVMNtSV JeHHuitlei STARLIGHT ;S33 rewn ua wtuw AVI • *uo» Openi m 7:00 — Sturls at 7:43 TONITE thru TUES. 1st Run Showing Shown Tonlle at 8:00 Children under 16 not admitted unless uceumpanled by purtncs. GableMonroelClifl n the John Huston productior III FM ; K *K«>\U HIT 3 FKATI'KKS Fit I. A si-\T. C.'iirluoii'.—( liildien AUmilu-U I rt-e—I I'/ri 1 - Wlit-fl, Iruln. \iviri (,n Uiiuiid—•)Wt(iK s ^ iiur^ IM Our 1 rcr I'l.ii »mund —j 89c & •UV ON IA1Y-TO-BUOOIT iKCTION-A-WCKK PLAN SAVE 20' P 20< COUPON a tlK IAI UK US. IBlIJTlffl With this coup»N iffKtiv* thru lot., April ISth tt ytvr frilly Alfl Ann •«•• WHITI, CHOCOLATI or YEUOW Cake Mixes A&P IKS Coffee Whole Potatoes ^ »z 10' Grape Jam 2 1-lb. Pkf. 20-Ox. 1-Lb. Tin Vanilla Wafers Our Own Tea Nutley Margarine 12-oz. Bex 16-Oz. Tin Box MA BROWN "Special" "5c Off" 25c Brick Cheese Biscuits Longhorn Cheese CHEESE Pillsbury or Bollard 0 Ctttl - OCtf "Oven-Ready" V of 10 *V ANANA •xtrv-tancy Nen« Pric«d Select Cucumbers A&P Grapefruit Juice Strawberries 5-99 O'pafruit Saeliont 2 ^ 39* A*P Apple Sauct 2 Fieial TUww 2 ^ 45' S*|ir OIW

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