Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1961 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 13, 1961
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THUMDAY, APRIL 13,1061 ALTON EVBa^INO TELEGRAPH PAGE **! «* «*.' Eight-State Baton Contest S^J ~ ""•'"!'f-^t:. ^ •"•" At Bethalto April 29-30 BETHALTO * AppltetfTnattty 800 cunteitwrtft ffoffl e^pit •T6 expected 10 [NUtlC'IpltB In fnfl v«nty _ «ji^.- jMolittft^^M < : ^^^^^^£|^^ iron iwirtniB UMHMHKJH at CMC Memorial Hlgti School Qymanwltim «n8«f auspices of the National Baton Twirling Awodt«tt»r if wM ghitooriced Wednesday.) Entrants .fmiflA in §06 from 3H yeftr old Marsha Moore of Alton to 21-yeawjld Joyce Burns, National Baton Twirling Association State Senior Champion from Lincoln, Nefc» ftotrlet have been received from 'tUtttolg, SBwourt, TenneisH OkKhoma, Iowa, Ark- ansa, Wlteonrtn and Nebraska, contort directors Norma Jean Helwlg of Alton and Mrs. Charles Modrovafr of Cottage Mills reported. More than 228 trophies and medals Will be awarded in the two- day contest in Individual and c o r p competition. Contestants may enter be inner, intermediate or advanced competition. Members of the Piasa Indians Baton and Drum Drill Team of Alton who will not compete, will serve meals to contestants and assist at the contest. Miss Sharon Modtovsky will be the non-com- periling hostess on me first day. Judes, during the first day will be Kay Hudson. Overland, Mo.; Mrs. Pat Kepple of Peoria; Nancy Raynor Mitchell of Memphis, Tenn., and Norman Jean Helwing of Altrn. In the second day of competition Judges will be Mrs. Doris DeWild of LaGrange; Carol Houser of Davenport, la.; Mrs. Alma Pommemnke, Rutland, 111.; Mrs. Judy Webster, Tulsa, Ola., and Nancy Raynor Mitchell of Memhpis. The Missouri State Junior and Senior Girls champions and Boy's state Junior Champion and the Oklahoma State Senior Corp. Champions will be among the entrants. The meet will get each day at 9 a.m. underway Baptist Wfflntftt Of Macoupin Meet at Medora tto.'iwft w». fel BTCRnUn * Wra Hoy strobeck Is a medical Mtlent at Barnes Hospital In St. Louis, family of R, L<mrt Jtff Mm Camera Will ^ Inspect Sewer At Bethalto 3 BETHALTO — Representatives |« of the National Power Rodding f" Corporation of Chicago will bring !» BethaJto early in;May to inspect r several thousand^ leet o! sewer line in the southeast section of the vi%i< ate ; to .allevi- in base- 3[ ments in homes in the area, , 2 Mayor Krwin Plegge said Wed»•• nesday. 2 Plegge said a tentative agree* ment was reached with the company by telephone Tuesday and a written contract will be completed this weefc to bring men « and equipment into the village 1*. to inspect the sewer lines. £. In the inspection operation a ^ camera smoved through the -* sewer pipe and flashes back live .'," pictures from inside the pipe on ; a closed circuit television screen » located in a mobile trailer. Plegge * s^3 unsatisfactory conditions in * the system can possibly be lo£ cated with the camera without "«-' diggin up streets and roadways. « The inspection wfll include * Park Drive, Logan, Lee, Sheridan «• and Sherman streets, the mayor ".' said. *; Bethaltp Auxiliary 2 Plans Poppy Sale « BETHALTO —Members of the T American Legion Auxiliary made "^ plans Tuesday evening for "Pop- JJ Py Day" in Bethalto on May 26•• 27. The Auxiliary will sell the * poppies. It was announced that officers will be elected at the next meet•» ing in May. The auxiliary, to£> gether with several members of £ the Legion, will march in a pa* rade in Alton on yVpril 29. SHIPMAN — The meeting of the Macoupin County Baptist Woman's Mlsstoniry Union was held Tuesday at Medora. A potluek dinner wt» served at noon. Rev. James Davit of Carllnvllle was the principal speaker. Representatives of local societies who attended were: Rev. and Mrs. Cleo Zlnn and' Mrs. Mildred Crocker of the Piasa Church; Mn. Earl Shelton, Mrs*. Albert Richardson, Mrs. Maude Brown, Mrs. Margaret Brown, Mrs. Leo Fen ton and Mrs. Laverne Fentott of the Harmony Church; Mrs. Marcus Snedeker and Adeline, Mrs. Homer Bohlmeyer, Mrs. Walter Huckel- bridge and Mrs. Lloyd Bosomworth of the Centervllle Bap-j list Church. Club Entertained SHIPMAN—Mrs. David Dav-j is was the guest of honor at ! the Ingersoll Birthday Club meeting at. the Dewey Strohbeck home Tuesday afternoon, i She was presented with gifts by the members. ; Mrs. Clay Bristow and Mrs. j Verna Bosomworth joined the club. Guests present were: Mrs. Herman Kahl and Mrs. Hattie Deahl. Refreshments were serv. ed to the guests and 10 members. Baptist Youth Banquet SHIPMAN —Macoupin County Baptist Young Peoples Association held a banquet and meeting at the Piasa Baptist Church Saturday evening. Rev. Glen Martin of Penang.j Malaya, spoke and showed 1 films. The Piasa youth furnish- ; ed special music. j Parents of Son ' SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs.; Clayton Landon Jr. are the parents of a son, Terry Lee, born Sunday at Alton Memorial Hospital. The couples other children are Christine Lynn, 3H years and Mark Allen, 1% years. Landon Is the coach at South, western Junior High School. Mrs. Landon is the former Miss Lora Lee Lahr. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lahr and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Landon. Great grandparents are Mrs. Alma £chuelthes and William Lahr. Daughter Born SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bosomworth are parents of a daughter, Roberta Ann, born Tuesday at Alton Memorial Hospital. Their other child is Patrick Eugene, 15 months. Mrs. Bosomworth is the former Miss Betty Jo Ahrling. Thej| grandparents are: Mrs. Verna Bosomworth and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ahrling. The great grandmother is Mrs. Mary Ahrling. Entertains Guests SHIPMAN — Mrs. Allen Kahl entertained with a party at her home Monday afternoon. Guests who were served refreshments were: Mrs. Anita Boren of East Alton; Mrs. Leon Watts, Brighton; Mrs. Delmar Flaokus, Alton; Mrs. William Eichen and Mrs. Samuel Rhoades, Plainview; Mrs. Lyle Huddleston, Mrs. Rolland Scott, Mrs. Clarance Thomas, Mrs. Edith Thomas, Mrs. Wayne Winslade and Mrs. Robert Kahl. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stampe and JoAnn have returned from Oxford, Kan., where they have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stampe and Angela. Mr. and Mrs. George Hunt and Mrs. Geraldine Koenig and READ THE ANSWER Have you seen a group of students discussing the pronunciation of words? On* would say one thing, aiwtner something ej«e. It was entertaining for all. gvenrboftr tells what he thinks and nobody consults the dictionary, reference book, or the authority for the truth of the issue. Some are pleased, soros are confused, and some are disgusted- Thw is often'teue in religious matters. Everybody is consulted and many answers are received. Why stiouM anyona accept l! hear-«ay" and "think-w" in matters ol eternal significance? Why not go directly to the Bible and read for one's self from the word ol God? V some friend should give the right answer, it would be right only because be gave the Bible answer. This is a sure system ... the system of reading one 1 * own Bible. For IufwwuttteB dip coupon and mall to ••••••CHURCH OF CHRIST»••••" Central and Madfcuo Wood ttver Mrs. Matters HeafoWSCS At Greenfield ORfiENFtBCB ~ Mm. Masters has been etettted prtst- Bent ot the Woman's Society Of Christian Service of the Methodist Church. Mr«. Masters succeeds Mrs. Claude Linn, who has served as WSCS president Mn. Vlrgfl Bauer Is vice pfes- Irttnt; M», Leo Frit* «*re- - tary; Mrs. Wayne ScMM, trea»» urer; Mf>, William H. Klmore, Of promotion; Mrs. Archie Btrnett, missionary education; Mrs, W. D. Spencer, Christian social relations; Mrs. William Meng and Mrs. Richard Morrow, co-chairmen of local church activities; Mrs. Russell RlggS, student work; Mrs. Earl Converse, youth work. Mn. Harold Ford, chlldren'l Cotta COTTAGE HlLL«-Mrs. Ho. wart fiyers wis elected new vice-chairman of the Mothers Ancillary of Boy Scout Troop workT MrsT k. '"%'. , slnlthT Hterih lure and publications; Mrs, Louis B. Meng, supply work; Mrs. Kenneth Edwards, spitltu- at life; and Mrs. Chester Jouett, service. 4f Tuesday to replace Mrs, Eileen Margherlo, who resigned. The auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Ray Jaco, So 9. Williams, Next meeting will tie May 0 at the home of Mn. John Zumwalt, 84 N. Lincoln. The DWtvoeratlc vote In Madison County for President kennedy In I960 was the third highest In Illinois, back of Cook and St. Clalr. Read Telegraph Want Adi Dally Telegraph Want Ada "CLICK If cowt tnevt MILNOT RECIPE for SAVING! ^••••••••••••••••••••l 1 FOOD STORES Prices Good April 14th and ISth Mimbar A-G Stores Associated Grocirs Company of St. Louis, Mo. Cat's A.G. Superette Brighton, UL Phone FRontier 2-8437 College 3124 College Ave., Alton Dial HO 6-6109 Elm Street A.G. Market Elm and Alby Sts., Alton Dial HO 3-6012 Floyd's A.G. Market 3rd and Penning Wood River, OL Closed Wednesdays Goldman's A.G. Market 1824 Highland Alton Dial HO 6-8682 We Deliver i Mart's A.G. Market 109 N. Delmar Hartford, IU. Dial CL 4-6642 Uptown A.G. Market 2824 Humbert Alton, III. Phone HOfl-1211 Neuhaus A.G. Market 201 Shamrock St., Cast Alton, 111. Dial UL 4-6214 Rain's A.G. Feed Mart 2»2 East Elm, Alton, UL Dial H09oO(M» Smitty'* A.G. Market 120 Edwardivllle Road, Wood River, 111. Open Sundays and Holidays Third It A,*. Market W Third it, KM* Alton, fil OL 4-4811 Km FIRST CUTS Mayrose Skinless WIENERS LB. \ Cello Pk 9> —Lb. CHOICE SELECT CENTER CUTS Mayrose—Sliced 45 C BOILED HAM Mayrose—Ready-To-Eat Sbankless PICNICS Hickory Hill Thick Sliced Krey Gourmet PORK SAUSAGE ' 53 LB. 69* LB. Frozen Food Items Hipolite Marshmsllow Grams . . . '- 25e • PHisbsry Pancake Flour . . . . . 3 a «c • Banquet Dinners... 2"»95c Mild or Smoky • * Duncan Nines BBQ Sauce .... m. 0 ' 35c;^ p v >Breaded io Heif etz Hamb, Dill or Kosher Slices. & 25c; Shrimp . . . . ng Pillsbury or Ballard Biscuits . , , 3^29cS^' , Pevely Ice Milk S* 69c j Fish Sticks . „ F Sunshine HI-Hc Crackers . . KippST' 25c \ J! rdl Eye FlavorkUt Fig Bar^ Fudge Creine* and J 0^(1 £6 JUIC6 e a 4 Can' I GhooolataGraham '^ 39es irdiEyt Del Mont* 5 A . • A 19 A. «4 AA PlRMpiMOrapefrullSaoeo , , 2 ",'U" We;Orange Juice.. 2 '^ M M Fresh Fruits and Vegetables: MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PATCH El for cops. iWeafers, T-shirts (No Sewing Necessary^ FREE IN EACH BAG OF Washington Winesap APPLES U. S. No. I— Red - A/6 Firm— Ripe POTATOES TOMATOES 10 -49 s 4 Large—Fancy Florida Cucumbers Green Beans 4-5-59 " CRISCO with IDc newspaper coupon PILLSBURY CHEESE FLOUR SPREAD A-G Brand BREAD RIVER RICE 2 'C 29 C Hi-C ORANGE or QRAPE DRINK Cello Wrapped .6. Lb. Avq.— LB. Cut from Boston Butts Pork Steaks 45 "~ Stringleis Tender 2 -

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