Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
Page 28
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THURSDAY, APfUl. 0» 1961 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY«WN1 REGIONAL OFFICIALS Kevin 0. Hepp (left) has been named regional sales manager of the Midwestern Region, Owens- Illinois Glass. Regional factories manager will be Milan O. Kahl (right). Hepp has been beverage industry sales manager at Toledo; Kahl, Streator plant manager. Club Women of Hardin to Hear Nike Base Commander 1 HARDIN — Capt. Leo Warden, f^filnnim f*ftimt\f commanding officer of the Nike \jiUli ll>*Jt,litl> V^f/MfM' y j Missile Bnse npnr Grafton. will i sneak at a meeting of the Hardin i Woman's Cluh Tuesday at 8 p.m. | in mr school cafeteria. Mrs. J. 'Clark Anderson and Mrs. Chester Knight are program chairmen. HARDTN - The major lesson As (hjs proRrBm on natjona , de . which will be Riven in all Homejfpnse is of treneral interest. Mrs. Bureau units in Calhoun County in!Paul R. Durr, president, has stat- April is "Illinois Taxes We Pay, <* that guests will he welcome to Home Bureau Meetings Listed and What We Receive." The lesson, which will he given by loral leaders within each unit, is intended to help acquaint the women with Illniois taxes, to explain where they come from and how they are spent. This will include county taxes, and will show who pays them and how they are spent for schools, roads, public aid, etc. The minor lesson for the month will be, "Better English, Common Errors." Roll call will be answered with, "What I Would Do With the 25th Hour of the Day." Point Unit met Tuesday night in Brussels. The dates of other unit meetings in the county are as follows: Meppen, April 11; Gilead, April 14; Richwood and Hamburg, April 17; Belleview, April 20; and Hardin, April 25. Monday, April 10, the Calhoun Coutny Extension Council will meet at 1 p.m. in the Farm Bureau building, and this meeting will be followed at 1:45 p.m. by a meeting of the executive board of the Calhoun County Home Bureau. Mrs. Chester Knight is chairman of the former group, Mrs. Ray H. Johnson Jr., of the latter. A membership drive will get underway in the county next week, with a "kickoff" meeting at 9 a.m. Tuesday, April 11, in the Farm Bureau building. The first phase of the drive will end on attend the meeting and hear the speaker. Business will include a report of the 20th District meeting which the members will have attended In Beardstown earlier that day. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mcp. Henry Popielewski, Mrs. Harry Herron, Mrs. Phil Carmody and Miss Valeria Peterson. Altar Society HARDIN — A special feature of the meeting Monday night of the Altar Society of St. Norbert's Church here, was a birthday table honoring members who have celebrated birthdays during the last three months. Thirteen women were seated at the honor table. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Frank McDonald, president, and a report was made of the smorgasbord which the women served last month. The Rev. Henry Knoedler opened and closed the meeting with prayer, and spoke briefly to the group. Following a recreation period, refreshments were served by the hostesses. The South Atlantic islands of Tristan da Cunha are so remote that World War I was almost over before islanders knew it had started. Friday, April 14. Details of the drive will be released next week. ! economy In 1666, the Council of Jamaica commended Caribbean pirates for their contributions to the Island's The last date on the April Home Bureau calendar is Friday, April 28. when representatives from the county will attend an Illinois Home Bureau Federation public information meeting in Carlinville. DIETSCHY'S MARKET FREE DELIVERY 500 RIDOE PHONE HO .5-6624 ___^___ WHOLE PORK LOIN LEAN GROUND BEEF CHUCK ' 59c • i Froc—Lb. SPARERIBS, Small Lea 11 iSliles—Lb. 45c TENDER BEEF LIVER \A. 49c FRESH ORD. HAMBURGER— Lb. CHOICE T-BONE STEAKS— Lb. LOIN LAMB CHOPS— Lb. 49c 95c 69c LEAN PORK CUTLETS— Lb. SHORT RIB BOILING BEEF— Lb. BRISKET BOILING BEEF— Lb. 59c 35c 25c CREAM CHEESE L». 49c Beef Round or SWISS STEAKS Choice DO A • • • Cuts—Lb. O9G Fresh Ciade 'ft' FRYERS KREY MELLOW BACON .2 35e 1 Lb. Layer CHICKEN 9 BACKS * Lb* SKINNED JACK SALMON— Lb. BlRDSEYfe BROCCOLI— Pic*. 29c 29c 25e CHICKEN . WINGS— Lb. CHUNK TUNA BIRDSEYE PEAS—Pkff. 2 7 01. Cans 32c 46c 2lc BREAD, Largo so os, • Loaf EOOO HOMO, MILK 2 forgQC 2 nil. TSO FOLDER'S OOFFEE TTST Can Batty Orookir Bisqulck Large Box S LB. CAN AQ SHORTENING T7« GRAPE flBLLY tH OZ. GLASS DftY BEEF 39t 18 Of. tIAIt HONEY Choc, or Van. PUDD1NO tlEilO^ADE MIX 33c I9c 8 Lb. Mix •. »5c Blue 6 Lb. Ml* . .11.15 Ur«s»—Lb. SPAOHEni DINNER OOOONUT LOAF PAKE SUGAR, OIH, Oaia . 42a 39o Wo •Wo • 97 A PARBOTfi affor CIV IBo ONIONS t IEO NTATOM Mt. Ut AMAIUlUt 10 Ifei. «•• TOPIC OIRBY CHILI ISVa Oi. Cm 29* REALCfVION Reconstituted LEMON : JUICE : 29° : 12 Oi. •tl. PARSONS fancy • Fmh Broiler Halves ib. -^ c PORK STEAKS POUND 39 SELECTED CUTS lb. 45 C FREE! HALF POUND-LARGE EYE SWISS CHEESE With a Purchase of a Pound or Mora of WAFER SLICED MNIED MM Boneless Rolled Shoulder OUOSV A Lei 3 or Breasts—Fryer Ammonia | «" MIE " S •" "* roMt M " ST GREEN BEANS Ibs. 29 32 Oi. Iri. 29* Cream-O MARGARINE Deliciously Tender PORK CUTLETS . FIRM CRISP CUCUMBERS Ea. 10c Cocoa Marsh 2 SYRUP: 57 C 2 Plllsbury DOUGHNUTS 22 Ox. Sixe Caslni Brick or Mellow CHEDDAR SLICES Pkg. 8 OI. 4QC Pkg. 38 Fresh—Rope Style PORK SAUSAGE 59c Bright Tender—Young BEEF LIVER VITAMIN FILLED CELLO CARROTS . . EXTRA FANCY No. 1 MICHIGAN JONATHAN APPLES. Lb. Cello Pkg. BANQUET FROZEN CHICKEN DINNERS GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 11-OZ. PKG. RIGHT RESERVED TO LIMIT 39 5 LB. BAG BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXES Chocolate • White • Yellow Milk Chocolate • Toasted Cocoanut 2 CQc Boxes UJJ DELICIOUS FLAKY, (JHLAH STYLE . N - y m^ STAR-KIST TUNA 4 "•< $ 1 $100 PACKER'S LABEL Tomatoes ADD ZEST TO SALADS WITH MILAN! 1890 DRESSING . 6-Oz. BH. 25 Cans D-Con MOUSE-PRUF . . SPAGHETTI 2 Of. Pkg. Oi. Can 49c 35c JIFFY BRAND !U<rY HKA^U An ft- Jfc M BISCUIT MIX - 35* TOM-BOY i-um.uuY j* WHITE BREAD . . 2 Looses Forbes 9 Spices ®; ou " d Garlic Onion DldCK *» i. ^^ • • Pepper Salt Q ulck I V» Oi. O4n 2 ' /J Oz. A«Q 2Vi Oz. Pkg. Pkg. Btl. PILLSBURY MIX OR STICKS FOB SALERNO'S CHOCOLATE ROYAL DELIGHTS I'lLl^SHUKV AUA UK SUCKS tOK j^ tftVi PIE CRUST ... 2 »» 35 Joyful Brand STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 13V2-OZ. BAG 35 "Kids Love 9 Em"~ Brack 9 * Circus Peanuts 2lb. MR 59 Your Choice JOYFUL KIDNEY - RED - CHILI HOT - OR GREAT NORTHERN OR PORK AND BEANS 300 CANS •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i "S> ** 25 RoMdato Mirkal $21 E. Airline Rotawood Heights Open Till 9 Friday Nite BAG -^--»« ASSORTED FLAVORS,. MORRIS DAUER Firtt and Central Roxana I'll! • Friday Nit* SOHUTZ MKT. 300 N. Sixth St. Wood River Open HI! * Friday Nit* Jorman't Mkl. Hertford Op*n Till • Friday Nil* Reid's Market PEARL MKT. 0. WALTERS 835 Central Alton Open TU1 7 frUluy Nit« Highway 140 Meadowbrook • A.M. to fiw 3400 Brown Alton SUvir-Ridft 436 |r«««1w*y RAIN I RAIN I.O.HAMER St«ta tad Elm North Alton 'fttl 1904 $t«tt Alton Open TiU I Friday Kit*

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